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(Continued from page 1)
E public school pupils
were pleasantly surprised with
a George Washington holiday.
They got Monday off although
Washington’s birthday fell on
Sunday.
Charles G. Hamilton, 16180
Glynn rd., was named to the
School Board, filling the vacancy
left because of the resignation
of veteran Board member Cecil
Stonebraker. Hamilton, an Ohio
University graduate, active in
civic, school and church activi
ties is the father of six children.
He was retained by the voters
in the November election.
E post VFW gave out 54
service pins at its 26th anni
versary party, Feb. 7th.
Harold Green, superintendent
of Division of Sanitation closed
the books on 40 years of service
with the city. He and his wife
have purchased a house in St.
Petersburg, Fla.
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Mayfair principal, Miss Sarah
Wynkopp, was the star of a
“This is Your Life,” party at
the Mayfair PTA. The esteemed
teacher was honored for her
many years of service to the
teaching profession.
Good news! The E health
Department reports showed
no polio cases in East Cleve
land in four years. Citizens
kept up the campaign against
the disease by sponsoring pro
grams where the salk vaccine
was administered. City records
also showed that T. B. cases
were on the decline.
He’s now an eagle. Thomas
Smith, 1728 Lakefront ave., of
Troop 116 was presented his
eagle badge.
The Y was busy organizing
its Junior stamp club.
Shaw PTA conducted a panel
discussion on Happiness and
how it is achieved. Wonder how
many people are now happy
that otherwise might have been
gloomy without the benefit of
this talk.
How come we were so aware
of the United Appeal’s efforts
this year? Because Commis
sioner Norman Townsend was
appointed chairman of the pub
lic
relations committee for UA.
Mrs. Edward Kollfrath,
1743 Elsinore ave., was not
keeping her age a secret. She
celebrated her 90th birthday
tw'ice! A party was held in
her honor the 13th and an
open house was held the 15th.
The man who inspired the
American Field Service move
ment in East Cleveland, Robert
M. Kerr, was named its chair
man. Kerr got Kiwanis to adopt
his idea and the community has
supported it wholeheartedly
ever since.
Shaw and Ohio Wesleyan
graduate, Ann Caroline Roper
met a fellow foreign service
officer in Washington in 1956
and married him in Baghdad,
Iraq, last year. She is now Mrs.
Maxwell Kennedy.
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The baby sitter training
course offered by the East
Cleveland Safety Council
proved so popular that the
number of classes had to be
doubled. They went from the
originally planned two to four
instead.
Well-known restaurant fig
ure, Oreste Rondini died in
Huron Road Hospital at the age
of 44. His brothers, Leo and
John remain as the proprietors
of the Rondini Restaurant,
15532 Euclid ave.
A remote control trip through
the flats of Cleveland was a
venture the East Cleveland
Women went on via slides
shown by Mrs. Warner Seeley.
Caledonia fathers got con
trol of a Caledonia PTA meet
ing and insisted on putting
on a skit entitled.
Knows Best?” The
tions of fatherhood
women laughing.
“Father
frustra
kept the
The city instructed, warned
and pleaded with East Cleveland
car owners to fill in their li
cense applications correctly. It
was estimated that the city lost
over $10,000 revenue in 1958
because East Clevelanders
marked incorrect tax districts
on the form and thus caused the
city to go without that money
which the state would have pro
vided had the correct informa
tion been filed. Let’s hope we
will all remember to do the
right thing this year. The street
fund is one fund in which our
city is not balancing the budget.
It, like other communities, is
short on cash in this field.
Hysterical Shaw basketball
fans and semi-hysterical fans
saw the Cardinals maintain
a two-point lead over the
Lakewood Rangers to tie with
them for first place in the
Lake Erie League.
Nurse, Prospect PTA mem
ber, volunteer,
Holzheimer of
rd., was named
X-ray program in East Cleve
land.
Mrs. Frank L.
14502 Terrace
director of the
The flu bug was biting. Con
sequently the city was not able
to meet its quota for the
blood bank. But that was not
the end of the story when the
bloodmobile came again, we had
the bug beat and went over our
quota.
I The opportunities of the
downtown church were studies
by Canon Lawrence Hall of St.
Paul’s Episcopal church. He
was named consultant to the
Commission on Urban Work of
the Diocese of Michigan.
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MARCH
Municipal Court Judge Stan
ton Addams flared at the Court
of Appeals for reversing a de
cision rendered in his court. His
letter to the court made head
lines for a while. Then Judge
Addams apologized and all was
tranquil on the judicial front.
Addams had challenged the in
tegrity of the court in his first
letter. In his second, he con
cluded that his letter was
“Intemperate not justified.”
Sandy Totaro in the gliding
steps of her sister Pat and be
came a member of the famed
Ice Follies. When the follies
came to town, Sandy enjoyed a
homecoming. A former Shaw
student, she is the daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Totaro
12611 Speedway Overlook.
Fire Chief Lange reported
that careless smokers led
parade of fire causes in
town.
Ernest Knautz, head
Dr.
the religion department
Baldwin-Wallace College, was a
guest speaker for the lenten
services of the Windermere
Methodist Church.
Vandalism was up by 5 per
cent during 1958. Chief Weaver
will have the *59 facts for us
in 60. Although it was up from
*57, it is still relatively low com
pared with figures from other
communities of similar size.
The school board let bids
for bleachers in the Korb pool
room to the Safeway Bleacher
Co., for 85.503. The 14-inch
seating board made us antici
pate comfort. Soon we’ll get
to try them out and see for
ourselves.
The school board passed an
approproiation resolution cal
ling for 2*4 million dollars for
the schools* expenses in 59.
William R. Johnston, 14600
Euclid ave., retired after 30
years with the CTS.
Dr. Korb hailed the state’s
decision to give a special cer
tificate with high school diplo
mas to students having 16 units
of basic subjects.
A missionary who saw the
iron curtain come down on
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China, addressed a series of
meetings at the Church of the
Nazarene
came
of
of
Fred Miller a member of the
Sunny Monday Club, and former
resident of Second ave., moved
to Baltimore to live with his
son.
16-year-old Patti Peterson, a
former East Clevelander, played
in the Broadway version of
Jane Austin’s Pride and Preju
dice when it opened March 12th.
It was called, “First Impres
sions.”
as lenten services
close.
was
this
It
a windy March wc
past year. So fero
were the 82-mile-an-
saw
cious
hour winds that a large front
window was ripped off the
front of the Stone Food Store,
14460 Eeclfd ave. Other mis
haps were also noted around
the city/
Ronald Andrews had the win
ning essay in the Western Re
serve District Boy Scout con
test. The topic, “How Scouting
is helping me to be a better
citizen.”
Mayfair student, Craig Ru
dolph proved himself to be the
best salesman again this year
when the Y sponsored a candy
and cookie sale. He was the first
to make all his sales and earn
his way to Centerville Mills Day
Camp. Craig set the sales pace
in *58 as well.
Mrs. Norma Drebus, wife of
Shaw football coach Don Drebus,
died in Huron Road Hospital
March 17th after being ill for
several months.
Teenage patients at Cleve
land State Hospital were
aided by the sophomore-junior
Friendship club of Shaw High.
Mints were sold and the pro
ceeds given to the hospital to
buy items for the teens.
the
our
So, keep that in mind
time you “light up”
YOU get lit!
next
fore
the
be-
A new Brownie troop made its
bow on the local girl scout
horizon. It is troop 1609.
of
at
E police picked up six Bay
Village juveniles they spotted
cruising around town at 4:30
a. m. The youths could not ex
plain why they were out that
hour when police asked. Open
ing the trunk, the bluecoats
found the answer, stolen fender
skirts and hub caps.
Area churches were decked
in palm March 29th, and the
clergy once again re-echoed
the meaning of the first
Easter. The ladies compared
outfits as another joyous
holiday dawned. Wonder if
anyone ever goes to the Easter
parade anymore?
The 1958 relief cases were
doubled those in ’57. In spite
of the steel strike this past
year, East Cleveland had no
relief problem.
(Continued on page 4)
East Cleveland Leader
A Newspaper of General Circulation
in Cuyahoga County
Established 1942
Published Every Thursday By
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