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ORDINANCE No. 4397
By Mr. Leet
AN EMERGENCY ORDIN
ANCE TO AMEND ORDIN
ANCE No. 3731, PASSED
MARCH 24, 1942. AND BE
ING TIH2 TRAFFIC ORDIN
ANCE, SO CALLED, OF TH®
CITY OF EAST CLEVE
LAND. BY AMENDING SEC
TIONS 41 AND 78 THEREOF
AND ADDING SECTION 79
THERETO: AND REPEAL
ING ORDINANCE No. 2930,
PASSED APRIL 9, 1935.
WHEREAS, an emergency ex
ists for the immediate preservation
©f the public peace. property,
health and safety, which emer
gency requires that the traffic reg
ulations of the City of East Cleve
land he amended.
NOW. THEREFORE. BE IT
ORDAINED by the Commission of
the City of East Cleveland, Ohio,
four-fifths of all members elected
thereto concurring.
SECTION 1: That Section 41 of
Ordinance No. 3731. passed March
24, 1942. and entitled: “An Emer
gency Ordinance regulating traffic
in the City of East Cleveland^ and
repealing Ordinance No. 3674.
passed September 9, 1941 and re
pealing Ordinance No. 1540. passed
December 13, 1921 and repealing
all ordinances to amend Ordinance
1540 and repealing all ordinances
or parts of ordinances inconsist
ent herewith.” which Section 41
reads as follows:
“SECTION 41: No load in ex
cess of eight (8) tons in weight,
including the weight of the ve
hicle, shall be propelled or
driven upon or over any street
of the City except the thorough
fares specifically designated in
Section 40, during the months
of March and April. The maxi
mum wheel load of any one
wheel of any such vehicle shall
not exceed six hundred fifty
(650) pounds per inch width of
tires. The weight of vehicles and
load imposed upon the street
surface by any two successive
axles shall not exceed, for solid
rubber tires, eight (8) tons plus
an additional thirteen hundred
(1300) pounds for each foot of
spacing between any two such
successive axles nor exceed
for pneumatic tires nine (9)
tons plus an additional fifteen
hundred (1500) pounds for each
foot of spacing between any two
(2) such successive axles and
the weight of vehicle and load
imposed upon the road surface
by any group of any three or
more successive axles shall not
exceed for solid' rubber tires,
twelve (12) tons plus an addi
tional six hundred (600) pounds
for each foot of spacing between
the two extreme axles of any
such group of any three or more
successive axles, nor exceed, for
pneumatic tires, fifteen (15)
tons for each foot of spacing be
tween the two extreme axles of
any such group of any three or
more successive axles. Provided,
however, that the City Manager
may issue permits in special
cases for the carrying of heavier
loads upon or over certain
streets specifically designated in
the permit.”
be and the same is hereby amended
to read as follows:
SECTION 41-A: No vehicle,
trackless trolley, load, object or
structure shall be operated or
moved upon the improved public
highways and streets, bridges or
culverts within the City of East
Cleveland, having a maximum
axle load greater than sixteen
thousand (16.000) pounds when
such vehicle is equipped with
solid rubber tires, or greater
than nineteen thousand (19.000)
pounds when such vehicle is
equipped with pneumatic tires.
The maximum wheel load of any
one wheel of any such vehicle
shall not exceed six hundred and
fifty (650) pounds per inch
width of tire measured as pre
scribed by law, nor shall any
solid tire of rubber or other
resilient material on any wheel
of any such vehicle be less than
one inch thick when measured
from the top of the flanges of
the tire channel.
The weight of vehicle and
load imposed upon the road sur
face by any two successive axles,
spaced four (4) feet or less
apart, shall not exceed, for solid
tires, nineteen thousand (19.000)
pounlTs, nor exceed for pneu
matic tires, twenty-four thou
sand (24,000) pounds or by any
two successive axles, spacedi
more than four 14 jfeet but less
than eight (8) feet apart, shall
not exceed for solid tires, twen
ty four thousand (24,000)
pounds, nor exceed, for pneu
matic tires, thirty-one thousand
five hundred (31,500) pounds
or by any two successive axles,
spaced eight (8) feet or more
apart, shall not exceed, for solid
rubber tires, twenty-eight thou
sand f28,000’ pounds, nor. ex
ceed, for pneumatic tires, thirty
eight thousand (38,000) pounds
nor shall the total weight of
vehicle and load exceed, for solid
rubber tires, twenty-eitrht thou
sand (28,0001 pound- plus an
additional six hundred (600)
pounds for each foot or fraction
thereof of spacing between the
front axle and the rearmost
axle of the vehicle, nor exceed,
for pneumatic tires, thirty-eight
thousand (38.000) pounds plus
an additional eight hundred
(800) pounds for each foot of
spacing between the front axle
and the rearmost axle of the ve
hicle: nor shall the weight of
vehicle and load imposed upon
the road surface by any vehicle
exceed, for pneumatic tires sev
enty-eight thousand (78,000)
pounds nor shall such weight of
vehicle and load exceed, for solid
tires, eighty per cent (80%). of
the permissible we ight of vehicle
and load as provided for pneu
matic tires provided, that in
special cases vehicles, loads, ob
jects or structures whose
weights exceed the foregoing
piay operate under a special
permit granted by the City Man
ager. In this section the word
vehicle shall mean any single
vehicle when not in combination,
or any combination of vehicles,
as defined in Section 1 of this
ordinance.
SECTION 41-B. (a) Any
police officer having reason to
believe that the weight of a
vehicle and load is unlawful is
authorized to require the driver
to stop and submit to a weighing
of the same either by means of
portable or stationary scales and
may require that such vehicle
be driven to the nearest public
scales.
(b) Whenever such officer
upon weighing a vehicle and
load, as above provided, deter
mines that the weight is unlaw
ful, such officer may require
the driver to stop the vehicle in
a suitable place and remain
standing still until such portion
of the load is removed as may
be necessary to reduce the gross
weight of such vehicle to such
limit as permitted under Sec
tion 41-A.
SECTION 41-C. No vehicle
shall be operated upon the pub
lic highways and streets, bridges
and culverts within the City of
East Cleveland, whose width is
greater than ninety-six (96)
inches, including load, except
motor vehicles of the passen
ger bus type, operated exclu
sively within municipalities,
whose width shall not exceed
one hundred and four (104) in
ches, and except traction engines
whose width shall not exceed
one hundred and thirty-two
(132) inches, and no vehicle un
laden or with load shall be oper
ated on such highways, streets,
bridges and culverts of a greater
height than twelve feet six in
ches, or of a greater length than
thirty-five (35) feet, except
motor vehicles of the passenger
bus type, operated exclusively
within municipalities, whose
length shall not exceed forty
eight (48) feet, nor shall any
commercial tractor and semi
trailer be operated in combina
tion of a greater length than
forty-five (45) feet, including
load, and no other combination
of vehicles coupled together
shall be so operated whose total
length, including load, shall be
geater than sixty (60) feet pro
vided, that in special cases
vehicles, loads, objects or struc
tures whose dimensions exceed
the foregoing may operate under
a special permit granted by the
City Manager.
Provided, that this section
shall not apply to fire engines,
fire trucks, or other vehicles or
apparatus belonging to any
municipality or to any municipal
volunteer fire department or sal
vage company organized under
the laws of Ohio or used by such
department or company in the
discharge of its functions nor
shall this section apply to ve
hicles engaged in the transpor
tation of poles to or from the
place of installation from or to
the nearest practicable loading
place, when required for public
utility or service facilities or
properties, nor to the transpor
tation of pipes or well drilling
equipment. Provided further,
that nothing herein contained
shall be construed to require the
state, a municipality, county, i
township, or any railroad or
other private corporation to pro
vide sufficient vertical clearance
to permit the operation of such
vehicle, or make any changes in
or about existing structures now
crossing streets, roads, and
other public thoroughfares in
the City of East Cleveland.
SECTION 41-D. -Notwith
standing the provisions of Sec
tion 41-A and 41-C hereof, the
City Manager may grant a spe
cial permit for the operating or
moving upon the public high
ways and streets, bridges or cul
verts within the City of East
Cleveland of a vehicle, load, ob
ject or structure where the
wheel load, axle load or maxi
mum weight of vehicle and load
or the width or length of the
vehicle or load exceed® the max
imum provisions of said Sections
41-A and 41-C. The fee for each
such permit shall be Two Dol
lars ($2.00) plus a charge for
inspection at a rate to be fixed
by the City Manager but not to
exceed Two Dollars ($2.00) per
hour for the time consumed in
inspection. Applications for such
permit shall be made upon forms
provided by the City. The City
Manager shall have the right to
fix the route, hours and speed
and to fix such other conditions
and restrictions upon the mov
ing of such vehicles, loads, ob
jects or structures as in his judg
ment are necessary for the pres
ervation of the public peace,
property, health and safety. The
City Manager may further re
quire that the applicant deliver
to the City a good and sufficient
bond in the sum, determined to
be necessary by the City Mana
ger as indemnity to secure the
City from any and all damage
that may be caused to public
property resulting from the
moving of such vehicle, load,
object or structure and to de
fend, indemnify and save harm
less the City and its officers and
agents from all claims and de
mand®, payments, suits or judg
ments of every description
whether or not well founded in
1 a w brought o recovered
against it by reason of any act
or omission of said permitee,
his agents or employees, which
may result from the moving of
such vehicle, load, object or
structure.
SECTION 41-E. Whoever vio
lates the weight provisions of
Section 41-A hereof shall he
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor
and upon conviction thereof shall
be fined Twenty-five Dollars
($25.00) for the first two thou
sand (2000) pounds, or fraction
thereof, of overload for over
loads in excess of two thousand
(2000) pounds but not in ex
cess of five thousand (5000)
pounds he shall be fined Twen
ty-five Dollars ($25.00) and in
addition thereto One Dollar
$1.00) per one hundred (100)
pounds of overloar! for over
loads in excess of five thousand
(5000) pounds but not in excess
of ten thousand (10,000) pounds,
he shall be fined Twenty-five
Dollars ($25.00) and in addi
tion thereto One Dollar ($1.00) I
per one hundred (100) pounds of i
overload, or imprisoned not
more than thirty (30) days, or
both. For all overloads in excess
of ten thousand (10,000) pounds
he shall be fined Twenty-five
Dollars ($25.00) and in addi
tion thereto Two Dollars ($2.00)
per hundred (100) pounds of
overload, or imprisoned not more
than thirty (30) days, or both
and whoever violates any other
provisions of Sections 41-A,
41-C, or 41-D hereof shall be
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor
and upon conviction thereof
shall, for the first offense, be
fined not more than Twenty
five Dollars ($25.00) and for
the second offense within one
(1) year thereafter, not less
than Ten Dollars ($10.00) nor
more than One hundred Dollars
($100.00), or imprisoned not1
more than ten (10) days, or
both and for a third or subse
quent offense within one year
after the first offense shall be
fined not less than Twenty-five
Dollars ($25.00) nor more than
Two Hundred Dollars ($200.00),
or imprisoned not more than
thirty (30) days, or both.
SECTION 2: That Section 78
of Ordinance No. 3731, passed
March 24, 1942. as added by Ordi
nance No. 3768, passed October
20, 1942, which Section 78 reads
as follows:
“SECTION 78: Any person
found guilty of a violation of
any of the provisions of this
ordinance or any part thereof,
shall upon conviction thereof be
fined in an amount not to ex
ceed Five Hundred Dollars
($500.00) or imprisoned in the
workhouse not more than six (6)
months, ox* both.”
be and the same is hereby
amended to read as follows:
SECTION 78: Any person
found guilty of a violation of any
of the provisions of this ordi
nance ox* any part thereof, ex
cepting Sections 41-A, 41-C, and
41-D, shall upon conviction
thereof be fined in an amount
not to exceed Five Hundred Dol
lars ($500.00) or imprisoned in
the workhouse not more than
six (6) months, or both. Any
person found guilty of the viola
tion of any of the provisions of
Sections 41-A, 41-C, and 41-D
of this ordinance shall be subject
to the penalties provided in Sec
tion 41-E of this ordinance.
SECTION 3: That Ordinance No.
3731, passed March 24, 1942, be
and the same is hereby further
amended by adding the following
section, to-wit:
SECTION 79: Notwithstand
ing the provisions of the penal
section of Ordinance No. 3731,
being the Traffic Ordinance of
the City of East Cleveland, and
the penal sections of any other
ordinances referred to in this
section, any person who has
violated any of the ordinances of
the City of East Cleveland relat
ing to parking, including Sec
tions 18. 20, 30. 32, 35, 36,
jj7,
38 and 54 of Ordinance No. 3731
and the provisions of Ordinance
No. 579 and Ordinance No. 2493,
upon executing and filing with
the Clerk of the Municipal
Police Court of the City of East
Cleveland an instrument waiving
the formal issuance of an affi
davit and warrant together with
the reading of such affidavit and
the right to be present person
ally at the trial of such action,
and further waiving the right
of appeal and error and author
izing a plea of guilty to be en
tered and the defendant sub
mitted to the mercy of the Court,
and upon depositing with said
Clerk the sum of One Dollar
($1.00) within seventy-two (72)
hours of the date of the citation
(Sundays and legal holidays ex-j
eluded) or upon depositing with
said Clerk the sum of Two Dol
lars ($2.00) after seventy-two
(72) hours from the date of the!
citation (Sundays and legal holi
days excluded), may be fined I
said aforesaid amounts by the
Court.
SECTION 4: That Ordinance No.
293,0, passed April 9, 1935, and
entitled: “An'Ordinance authoriz
ing the issuance of permits for
the moving of steam shovels, ma
chinery and heavy materials over
the City streets, for the moving
of buildings upon City streets, pro
viding for indemnity bonds cover
ing damage to City streets, fixing
a license fee therefor and providing
a penalty for the violation of this
ordinance,’ be and the same is
hereby repealed.
SECTION 5: That this ordinance
is hereby declared to be an emer
gency measure necessary for the
immediate preservation of the pub
lic peace, property, health and
safety, which emergency requires
that the traffic regulations of the
City of East Cleveland be amend
ed. and provided it receives the
affirmative vote of four-fifths of
all members elected to the City
Commission, it shall take effect
and be in force from and after
January 1, 1950 otherwise, it shall
take effect and be in force from
and after the earliest period
allowed by law.
PASSED: December 13. 1949
ATTEST: G. T. Apthorp
Clerk of the Commission
Published December 22, 1949
ORDINANCE NO. 4399
Bv Mr. Leet
AN EMERGENCY ORDI
NANCE TO AMEND SEC
TION 26 OF ORDINANCE
NO. 986, PASSED AUGUST
21, 1916. AND BEING THE
BUILDING CODE, SO CALL
ED, OF THE CITY OF EAST
LEV E AND, AND RE
PEALING ORDINANCE NO.
1703, PASSED MARCH 27,
1921. ORDINANCE NO. 2239,
PASSED MAY 10, 1927, OR
DINANCE NO. 3187, PASSED
JANUARY 20, 1937, ORDIN
ANCE NO. "395, PASSED
DECEMBER 27, 1938.
W E E A S, an emergency
exists for the immediate preserva
tion of the public peace, property,
health and safety and for the usual
daily operation of a municipal de
partment.
NOW. THEREFORE, RE IT OR
DAIN ED by the Commission of
the City of East Cleveland, Ohio,
four-fifths of all members elected
thereto concurring.
SECTION 1: That Section 26 of
Ordinance No. 986, passed .August
21, 1916. which section as amended
by Ordinance No. 1703, passed
March 27, 1921 Ordinance No.
2239, passed May 10, 1927 Ordi
nance No. 3187. passed January
26, 1937: and Ordinance No. 3395,
parsed December 27, 1938, reads
as follows:
“SECTION 26: The Inspector
of Buildings shall make out the
certificate required by Section
19, and fix the fee to be paid.
The fees to be paid shall be
determined in the Department of
Buildings and shall be noted on
the application when approved
fox- the issuing of the permit.
The said fees shall be paid to the'
Director of Finance, who shall
give receipt for the same, upon
the presentation of this receipt
by the owner, architect, builder
or agent, the permit shall be
issued to the applicant. The
fees to be paid shall be as
follows:
(a) For all public or semi
public buildings, including
churches, schools, theatres, as
sembly halls, stores, warehouses,
factories and workshops, five
dollars ($5.00) for each floor or
EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
story, and twenty-five cents
(25c) for each one hundred
(100) square feet or fraction
thereof of floor space.
In theatres and assembly halls
to the floor area fee shall be
added ten cents (10c) for each
occupant, the capacity to be
figured on the basis of six square
feet per person in theatres, and
in assembly halls fifteen square
feet per person.
(b) For tenement houses, two
dollars ($2.00) for each suite or
unit, and twenty-five cents (25c)
per hundred square feet or frac
tion thereof of floor space.
(c) Fox* single and two family
dwelling houses, two dollars
($2.00) and fifteen cents (15c)
for each one hundred (100)
square feet or fraction thereof'
of floor space.
(d) For barns, garages, sheds,
pens, coops, stock yards, slaugh
ter houses, ox* any building for
the feeding or sheltering of
animals, two dollars ($2.00) and
fifteen cents (15c) per hundred
(100) square feet or fraction
thereof of floor space.
(e) Fees for alterations and
repairs where there is no addi
tion or enlargement shall be as
follows: One dollar ($1.00) for
each $1,000.00 or fraction there
of of the cost of the work. The
minimum fee to be $2.00.
When both additions and al
terations or repairs are to be
made to the same building, the
fee for the alterations or repairs
shall be added to the fees
charged for the additions, the
fees for the additions being the
same as for new buildings.
(f) Fox* wrecking buildings,
enumerated in paragraph “D”
herein, one dollar ($1.00) for all
other buildings two dollars
($2.00) to which shall be added
one dollar ($1.00) for each
story.
(g) The fee for a permit for
moving of houses or buildings of
any kind shall be at the rate
of five dollars ($5.00) for each
story.
(h) The fee for a permit for
constructing footings, founda
tions, basement or cellar walls
before a permit is issued for the
superstructure shall be one dol
lar ($1.00) fox* single and two
family dwellings and for all
other buildings ten dollars
($10.00).
(i) The fee for any separate
permit for the erection installa
tion or placing of any elevator,
lift, crane, or derrick shall be
as follows:
Passenger elevators one, dol
lar ($1.00) per story minimum
fee ten dollars ($10.00).
Freight elevators one dollar
($1.00) per story, minimum fee
five dollars ($5.00).
Cranes or derricks, five dol
lars ($5.00).
Before operating any elevator
or lift a certificate of operation
shall be obtained, which will be
issued only after inspection has
shown that said elevator or lift
is in a safe condition. A fee of
four dollars ($4.00) shall be paid
for each such certificate and for
each annual renewal.
(j) The fees for tanks shall
be as follows:
Water tanks on roofs of build
ings or towers five dollars
($5.00).
Tanks for the storage of fuel
oil gasoline or other inflammable
liquids at the rate of one tenth
(1 10) cent per gallon capacity,
the minimum fee to be one dol
lar ($1.00).
(k) The fees for roof signs
shall be five cents (5c) per
square foot.
(l) A permit shall be obtained
for all signs, whether painted on
buildings, or otherwise, sign
boards and billboards. The fees
for signboards and billboards
having twenty-five (25) square
feet or more of suiTace shall be
three cents (3c) per squaxe foot
with a minimum charge of two
dollars ($2.00).
A letter permit shall be ob
tained for all other signs not
mentioned in paragraphs K
and L.
(m) Measurements must in
clude all bays, balconies and por
ticos, also all the inner, interior,
lighted, open and recessed courts,
together with all interior and ex
terior walls.
(n) Basements and attics
shall be included in feet area,
except that attics in single and
two family dwellings shall not
be included unless the same are
fifty per cent (505') oi* more
occupied for billiard, living, toilet
or other rooms.
(o) When a building is not
divided into stories or galleries,
each section of twenty (20) feet
or part thereof, of height shall
be deemed a story. This provision
shall also apply to roofs, attic
spaces, roof appendages above
the attic floor line, and all the
free standing towers, elevators,
chutes, theatres, halls, etc.”
be and the same is hereby amended
to read as follows:
SECTION 26: The Inspector
of Buildings shall make out the
certificate required by Section
19, and fix the fee to be paid.
The fees to be paid shall be
determined in the Department
of Buildings and shall be noted
on the application when approved
for the issuing of the permit. The
said fees shall be paid to the
Director of Finance, who shall
give receipt for the same, upon
the presentation of this receip:
by the owner, architect, builder
or agent, the permit shall be
issued to the applicant. The fees
to be paid shall be as follows:
(a) For all public or semi
public buildings, including
churches, schools, theatres, as
sembly halls, stores, warehouses,
factories and workshops, five
dollars ($5.00) for each floor or
story, and twenty-five cent®
(25c) for each one hundred (100)
square feet or fraction thereof
of floor space.
pens, coops, stock yards, slaugh
ter houses, or any building for
the feeding or sheltering of
animals, two dollars ($2.00) and
fifteen cents (15c) per hundred
(100) square feet or fraction
thereof of floor space.
(e) Fees for alterations and
repairs where there is no addi
tion or enlargement shall be as
follows: One dollar ($1.00) fox*
each $1,000.00 or fraction thereof
of the cost of the work. The
minimum fee to be $2.00.
When both additions and al
terations or repairs are to be
made to the same building, the
fee for the alterations or repairs
shall be added to the fees
charged for the additions, the
fees for the additions being the
same as for new buildings.
(f) For wrecking buildings,
enumerated in paragraph “D”
herein, one dollar ($1.00) for
all other buildings two dollars
($2.00) to which shall be added
one dollar ($1.00) for each story.
(g) The fee for a permit fox
the moving of houses or build
ings of any kind shall be at the
rate of Five Dollars ($5.00) for
each story, plus such fees and
charges as are established for a
special permit to move vehicles,
loads, objects ox* structures over
the public highways and streets,
bridges or culverts within the
City of East Cleveland.
(h) The fee for a permit for
constructing footings, founda
tions, basement or cellar walls
before a permit is issued for
the superstructure shall be one
dollar ($1.00) for single and two
family dwellings and for all
other buildings ten dollars
($10.00).
4i) The fees for tanks shall
be as follows:
Water tanks on roofs of build
ings or towers five dollars
($5.00).
Tanks for the storage of fuel
oil, gasoline or other inflammable
liquids at the rate of one tenth
(1/10) cent per gallon capacity,
the minimum fee to be one dol
lar ($1.00).
(j) The fees for roof signs
shall be five cents (5c) pex*
square foot.
(k) A permit shall be obtained
for all signs, whether painted on
buildings, or otherwise, sign
boards and billboards. The fees
for signboards and billboards
having twenty-five (25) square
feet or more of surface shall be
three cents (3c) per square foot
with a minimum charge of two
dollars ($2.00).
A letfei* permit shall be ob
tained for all other signs not
mentioned in paragraphs
and K.
(l) Measurements must in
clude all bays, balconies and por
ticos, also all the inner, interior,
lighted, open and recessed courts,
togethex* with all interior and ex
terior walls.
(m) Basements and attics
shall be included in feet area,
except that attics in single and
two family dwellings shall not
be included unless tlxe same are
fifty per cent (50'7) or more
occupied for billiard, living,
toilet or other room®.
(n) When a building is not
divided into stories or galleries,
each section of twenty (20) feet
or part thereof, of height shall
be deemed a story. This provi­
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In theatres and assembly hall®
to the floor area fee shall be
added ten cents (10c) for each
occupant, the capacity to be fig
ured on the basis of six square
feet per person in theatres, and
in assembly halls fifteen square
feet pex* person.
(b) For tenement houses, two
dollars ($2.00) for each suite or
unit, and twent-five cent® (25c)
per hundred square feet or frac
tion thereof of floor space.
(c) For single and two family
dwelling houses, two dollars
($2.00) and fifteen cents (15c)
for each one hundred (100)
square feet or fraction thereof
of floor space.
(d) For barns, garages, sheds,
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sion shall also apply to roofs,
attic spaces, roof appendages
above the attic floor line, and
all the free standing towers,
elevators, chutes, theatres, halls,
etc.
SECTION 2: That Ordinance
No. 1703, passed March 27, 1921
Ordinance No. 2239, passed May
10, 1927 Ordinance No. 3187,
passed January 26, 1937 and Ordi
nance No. 3395, passed December
27, 1938, he and the same are here
by repealed.
SECTION 3: That this ordi
nance is hereby .declared to be an
emergency measure necessary for
the immediate preservation of the
public peace, property, health and
safety and for the usual daily
operation of a municipal depart
ment, and provided it receives the
affirmative vote of four-fifths of
all members elected to the City
Commission, it shall take effect
and be in force from and after
January 1, 1950 otherwise, it shall
take effect and be in force from
and after the earliest period
allowed by law.
PASSED: December 13, 1949
ATTEST: (s) G. T. Apthorp
Clerk of the Commission
Published December 22, 1949
DIABETIC SUPPLIES
at
Forest Hill Pharmacy
Superior at Euclid GL. 9413
A Now
Bookkeeping Service
Will Do Any Type Bookkeeping
Small Monthly Fee
Har-Lee Bookkeeping Service
REdwood 5982
COMFORT & SAFETY
With SUPERIOR Guaranteed
Furnace and Boiler Service
SUPERIOR FURNACE CO.
Gfl. 7736
Vacuum Cleaners
REPAIRED
Also Repairs on Irons, Toast*
ers. Fans, Roasters, Lamps,
Mixers.
Miller Hadiolectric Co.
1234 Hayden Ave. GL 7169
CHRISTMAS
A gift certificate for that
stamp collector friend.
Si, $2 and S5 certificates attractively
printed in qreen, worth face value
in merchandise from one of the best
stocks in the city. Certificates mailed
direct to you to present to your
friend.
HANTAK STAMP CO.
1974 Nelawood Rd.
East Cleveland 12, Ohio
Open 12 noon to 8 P.M. Mon. thru Sat.
FOR ADVERTISING
Cal! Glenville 4383
l“l
A
BEOEB TINNING & REOFING CO.
Over 25 Years Service In This Neighborhood
IVanhoe 1323 442 E. 146th St. KEnmore 3682
"CAN I CUT THE COST
OF MY AUTO INSURANCE?"
If you’re a select risk driver you can qualify for
economical protection with Farm Bureau Mutual
Automobile Insurance Co., Columbus, Ohio.
for
INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION
In The Business Subject Oi Your Choice
fL Large, Competent Faculty Conducting Full Timo
Day and Evening Classes
FOR FULL INFORMATION CALL
EAST CLEVELAND
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
14065 Euclid Ave. next to Public Library GL. 8893
IN THIS AREA MORE THAN 23 YEARS APPROVED VT THE STATE
DEPT. OF EDUCATION FOR THE TRAINING OF VETERANS
We wish you a full pack of Yuletide joy.
with fust room enough to squeeze in our greetings
Thank you, good friends, for your kindly
patronage throughout the year. During
1930, we will make every effort to
JOHNNY BARKER and BOB STAMPFEL
HAL MOORE, PAUL WILL, AL BROCONE, KIRBY JAMESON,
FRED HESS, ERNIE FIEDLER, KEN DREES, EDDIE DINSMORE,
FLORENCE O'BRIEN, ODEL MUSTARD
Barker & Stampfel Home Appliances. Inc.
deserve your continued confidence.
Thursday, December 22, 1949
STRENGTH ...
Established Over 70 Years
You need all your strength and
serenity ol mind when the need
arises for the services of a fun
oral director. Let us assume full
responsibility and arrange a
service which will not be ox
(tensive but beautiful, dignified S
and comforting.
Fun.ral Hem. and O.naral Office—13104 Euclid Ave.—UL. 1-4141 er 1-4142 S
The Flynn-Froelk Co.
Select risk company
Automatic renewals
Owned by policyholders
LEE P. KLOSS
713 East 124th St. Cleve., Ohio PO. 6864
Enroll Anytime
DIRECTORS
3
To you and to
all your house
happiness*
peace, joy and
a Very Merry
Christmas I
REdwood 4450

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