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Thursday, December 1, 1949 Skin Cady Sez: GENERAL ELECTRIC TV TABLE MODEL with AUTOMATIC SOUND Plug a GENERAL ELECTRIC FM Indoor Antenna Plus O90 bay Service Warranty P/uf CWlndoer Installation All FOR THE PRICE OF THE SET ALONE’ $189.95 Plus State & Fed Taxes' WHY MISS —The Football —The Fights ■Mi The Wrestling —All The Good Programs When You Can Have This HERE'S THE DEAL! You Pay $20 tor Installation and Aerial .. Then You Pay Only 35c a Day CADY'S is TELEVISION HEADQUARTERS IN THIS AREA! More Than 15 Models On Display At All Tinies! 30 Sets On Our Floor Ibis Week-End! You Can Select When You Have Selection! CM n y ■■nr‘r*inn^^'rt-*Wi—^ifc---tJt** ***'1‘***'**toVai-*‘ -w-w*—io *iw*'*i*H ‘»|i^',,|***i»**tW .‘■■■-■»--■■*■ ^e «w» .m w ■•.■ '4" 'k*'' »,, •. ot.’j ir«»j iju 1 ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE CO. Hard Io befrave isn’t it? Tho price of (hit G-f television sot alone it to amoiingly low! Big, beautiful Inch picture, handsome compact cabinet, plus G-E s exclusive NEW AUTOMATIC SOUND for fine, accurate reception every time. And of no addrdoftaf cost, yo G*f three b»g G-E ''Exfratn*^tavhtf ytt $25.00. Truly a knockout value you can’t afford to missl ftV ELECTRICAL A APPLIANCE CO 16121 Euclid at Noble 16381 Euclid at Ivanhoe GLenviIIe 2788 Glenville 8737 Free Peeking Open 9 A* M. to 9 P. M. Wednesday to 1 P. M. Medel No tSyiste*I The NIWSCRICS 800 ^1/fM with AUTOMATIC SOUND For The Lowest Price On Easiest Terms! The Or The $168.95 Balance! Because building and equipment costs for hospitals more than doubled during the period since the $1,200,000 cost figure was estab lished in 1941, Glenville Hospital foupd itself $2,000,000 short after the campaign. The hospital could not raise this sum from patients because it is a non-profit insti tution operating at cost. Glenville authorities, determined to overcome this tremendous finan cial obstacle, turned to the state government for assistance. Each state is annually given a sum of money, under Public Law No. 725 of Congress, to assist in building health facilities in areas which need them most badly. However, Euclid was included in the Cleve land area, which had a low pri ority of need compared to many other areas in Ohio, especially the southern sections. After several months of discus sion and investigation, the Ohio State Department of Health agreed that Euclid itself should have a high priority for state-allocated funds, and the districting of the northern part of the state was altered so that Euclid would be eligible for state assistance! Under provisions of the Hospital Survey and Construction Act, the state may pay exactly one-third the cost of construction if the or ganization sponsoring the project can put up the other two-thirds. This would mean that Glenville Hospital must have *2,000,000 be fore it can get $1,000,000 from the state’s distribution of this federal grant. Therefore, one million dollars must be raised this spring or the state aid will not be received, with the result that the construction of the hospital will be much further delayed. Hospital authorities are prepared Have You Seen Our NEW LAUNDRY Plant? You Are Invited to Come In and See How Your Shirt* Are Done! Wt Are Still Offering 2 SHIRTS Washed CD EE and Finished With Each $1 Worth of DRY CLEANING or 20% EAST CLEVELAND LEADER Start Campaign In April For Balance Of Hospital Fund A campaign next spring to raise $750,000 for the Eu clid-Glenville Hospital was announced today by John F. Davis, President of the Glenville Hospital Board of Trustees. Beginning April 1st, the community comprising Euclid and Northeast Cleveland will be asked to help supply the $750,000 which is needed so that construction can begin this coming summer. Careful estimates made from plans already drawn indicate that the new 200 bed Euclid-Glenville Hospital will cost 553,000,000 to build and equip. The sum of $1,000,000 has been ear-marked for the new Euclid-Glenville Hos pital from the proceeds of the Greater Cleveland Hospital Fund Drive completed in 1947. Euclid Glenville Hospital was to be allo cated $1,200,000 if the drive reached its goal, but only a little over 80% of the goal was subscribed. Discount OFF Our Regular Prices Also for a Short Time... Our SPECIAL Ap a SHIRT, Washed, lAv Ironed and Starched As You Like It! Missing Buttons Replaced FREE! We Turn Collars and Cuffs Far Small Extra Charge! ShaW”Hayden Cleaners and Laundry 1406 Hayden nr, Shaw to borrow approximately $250,000 of the final needed million, repay ing it from depreciation funds over a long period. The $750,000 cam paign must raise the balance. According to J. V. Sanner, Chair man of the Building Committee, it is believed that if Glenville’s cam paign is successful, the new hos pital may be started this coming summer! The Euclid-Glenville campaign for building funds was given the April 1st starting date by the Wel fare Federation, which had pre viously approved a capital drive by Charity Hospital for the period be tween December and April. Only one such drive may be approved for any period. Charity’s drive is for funds to replace and improve facilities. According to Glenville Superin tendent, Jay W. Collins, architects plans for the new hospital at 185th Street and Lake Erie will be com pleted in early spring. Feature of the plans, now in their final draw ing, is the basically square design of the building which permits maximum economy of construction and operation, yet gives both pa tients and personnel unusually at tractive surroundings. Thia vital campaign will be spearheaded by the almost 200 civic and business leaders who comprise the Glenville Hospital Association. Sr. League Opens Tuesday The East Cleveland Senior “B” Basketball League starts its sea son next Tuesday, December 6th at Kirk Jr. High School when eight teams start what promises to bc a fast, well played season of bas ketball. This year the league has in creased from a six' to an eight team league. East Cleveland’s Sr. “B’’ League has set a precedent of good basketball and thus the ex. i pansion has been made. Next Tuesday night will see last 'year’s champs, the Eddie Paintor Excavators matched against the Fenn Flashes who came fast in the later part of last season open the °aT FIRST QUALITY NYLONS Medium, Long and Extra Long Regular Value $1.95 $1.29 Men's Ladies' Boys’ •’Girls' Socks and Anklets Regular Price 39c First Quality 5 $9.00 PAIRS FOR WHY PAY MORE? 1st Quality Reg- 89c SWEAT 3f|c SOCKS J7 60% Wool 40% Rayon Sanforized Reg. S2.25 Soys' Plain and Plaids FLANNEL $1.69 SHIRTS I BUNTES CHOCOLATE COVERED CARAMELS Prince Albert GEORGE WASHINGTON GRANGER HOLIDAY Edgeworth 69c 1.19 season at 7:00 p.m. At 7:55 Dyke school will play Nela-Park of GE. Both these teams are new to our league. At 8:50 Diamond’s Men’s Shop will play Koenig Sports goods—both teams back from last year, and at 9:45 Calvary Church will play Ziehms Undertakers. Cal vary Church is partially composed of players from last year’s Phil lips Tile team while Ziehm’s are new in the league. All games are played at Kirk Jr.High on Tuesday evenings. Plan to take in four games per Tuesday at East Cleveland’s outstanding winter recreational activity—all for only 15c per night. Plenty of interesting basketball will be forth coming. so watch this column for basketball result?. "Eady" Is The Word For All Yu’etide Mail Wrap securely. Address correctly. Include the zone number Mail early. Follow these rules for your Deadline: Packages, December 10th. Cards, December 19th. Christmas mailing and your pack ages will arrive in good condition and in time to get under their own Christmas tree. This is the advice of A. J. Sharpe, superintendent of the East Cleveland Post office as the means to avoid the annoyances that come through “Christmas by mail” where last minute rushing over shadows these cardinal rules. Mr. Sharpe announces that one hundred extra men. mostly GI’s on holiday vacation from schools, will be on the job to keep Christ mas mail moving through the East Cleveland post office. For the convenience of the public the post office will be opened from 7:30 to 6 p. m. on the Saturday, and from 10:00 a. m. to 6:00 p. m. on the Sunday before Christmas. Another important thing to re member is that two cent rate for unsealed cards. 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