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GL. 1-2364
OWEN’S
Hold Your
WEDDING RECEPTION
at
Needed by your amateur
community theatre group
C. Allan Schurr, Bus. Mgr.
RE. 1-5585
Euclid Little Theatre, Inc
SAVE ON
Radio and
Television
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.1
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Now!
Responsibility Law
WE WRITE ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE:
LIFE, HOSPITALIZATION, PERSONAL LIABILITY,
FIRE, WIND, THEFT, BONDS, BURGLARY,
JEWELRY, CAMERAS, FUR COATS, ETC
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CHILDREN'S POLIO DREADED DISEASES
EDUCATIONAL POLICIES
INSURANCE PROTECTION SERVICE
775 EAST 152nd STREET
NEAR FIVE POINTS
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TRADE your old Refrigerator
or Furniture NOW!
Highest Trade-In Allowance
1S3S7
Euclid Ave.
PLANTATION
WORKSHOP and SCENERY
STORAGE SPACE
EXPENSIVE
MOST TROUBLES ARE DUE
TO WEAK TUBES
BRING IN YOUR TUBES
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24-HOUR SERVICE
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Comply with Ohio Auto Financial Safety
n
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W* Havo A Complete Stock
of Tubes, Also Batteries For
Portable Radios
OROS
13916 St. Clair Avenue GLenville 1-0550
Very
Low Rate*
Easy Tenn*
RAYMOND PAGE
IMPERIAL
STORE-WIDE
CLEARANCE
*60,000 00 50%
(FORMERLY WATERLOO FURNITURE CO.)
'CHICKEN on the Platter'
Home Style Oven Baked Breast and Legs
of Spring Chicken, Com Fritter* with Pure
Maple Syrup, French Fried Potatoes, French
Fried Onions, Salad, Rolls, Beverage.
'FROG LEO PLATTER'
French Fried Frog Legs, Tartar Sauce or
Hat Sauce, Frsnch Fried Onions, French
Fried Potatoes, Cole Slaw, Rolls,
Beverage.
Deaths
Keyes, Jr., past president of the 11
Shaw High School Parent-Teacher
bership on the advisory board
FURNITURE
STOCK
REDUCED
UP
TO
ON
GIFTS WITH EVERY PURCHASE
PARKING -DELIVERY STORAGE
Mon., Thur*., Fri., 9 A.M. to 9 P.M.—Tues., Sat, 9 A.M. to 6 P.M.—Wed. 9 A.M. to 1 P.M.
FUR
FOR THE HOME'”
15428 WATERLOO ROAD IVanhoe 1-1717
Between East 152nd and East 15 6th St. near Lake Shore Blvd.
'STEAK PLATTER'
Choice 1 Lb. T-Bone Steak,
French Fried Potatoes,
French Fried Onions,
Salad, Rolls, Beverage.
Cleveland Boys’ School Hudson.
local Troop 108.
Cleveland resident who lived here that, he had been connected
for more than twenty-five years, |with Fisher Body in the material Qf*
Mrs. May Moxon died on July 1st |control department. He was aa
in her home in Oley Valley, Pa., at [graduate of Glenville High School,
the age of seventy-three.
Upw hia death several years Lt 983 Greyton rd.
named secretary-treasurer of the I died Sunday in
Carpenter Steel Co. in Reading, I ^jg home, 1626
Pa., seven years ago, Mrs. Moxon I Lakefront ave.
accompanied him and his family Born jn Rus
to the Reading suburb. Isia 84 vears
There she was a member of the I
Pennsylvania Horticultural Soci-|a^0’ as
ety, the Womens Club of Oley, “me *er®
the Reading Rose Society, and I. e .wf,
Christ’s Episcopal Church. Iw-u 01? th!
Burial took place Monday in I W1Jlard I*n
Elizabeth, N. J., Mrs. Moxon’s|and was, there
home when she was a young girl. |continu
Services previously had been held I °usly untl‘ “e
in Reading on July 3rd. I re^’red'n
AND
MORE
LIVING ROOM
BEDROOM
DINING ROOM
KITCHEN
CARPETING
e APPLIANCE
NO DOWN
PAYMENT
ENJOY THE BEST FOOD
SERVED IN
Air-Conditioned Comfort
ago, Mrs. Moxon moved to New his Musical Troubadors and Rich-
Jersey to be near her son, who Max Paston |ard Vadnal and his snappy band
at that time was a New York Max Paston, retired employee of wiU share the spotlight on the band
In addition to her son she is I Mr. Paston was
also survived by a sister, Mrs. I her of Forest City Benevolence I the famous Gooding Amusements,
Grace L. Diman of Washington, Society and belonged to the Ortho-1 one of America’s largest portable
D. C.
Cemetery.
SAVE
A
NB
RUT THE
HEAT WITH
XA8T CLEVELAND LEADER
Forty-seven at the time of his|
death, Mr. Keyes had been sales|
I representative and purchasing
Mrs. May Moxon a«®«t for Eaton Manufacturing H/—n
A
former well-known East|Co
for th®
Past 81X yeara- Pnor|r
Widow of the lat John R. Moxon, [guidance field was his wife, Mar-1 presents it’s Seventh Annual Fes--I
banking executive. When he was|the Willard Storage Battery Co., stand on “Teener Night”. 188
one 01 me eny s oiuesv muenui 1 jny?ono
decoratmg firms, George J. Lang, I Sargtedt the
AM
GEL'S ... FOR
GIFTS
afternoon in Noble Road Presby- 1432 Haydsn Av.. LI 1-1838 Mr Sarstedt died in 1917. Since D»vidStakich Nelson Jewelry .333
tenan Church, where for many II ^at time Mr. Lang had carried IBruce Parent, Nelson Jewelry .308
years he sang bass in the church! on as head of the company. In re-1 LeadVng^H/tterJ^Juiy
choir. cmgwva eg
il l|
Mr. Keyes succumbed July 2nd|| l| increasingly taken the responsibil- ll^K^jl ¥^5*0*ood«
to a heart condition which devel-| vou°Zwn a hom. freezer Let II active operation. For the Ixent Andrews, Police-------------- 1 jsoo
oped several years ago ho.“
2%
Long an advocate of adult inter-1| your Qet my decd before headquarters at 4410 Euclid ave. Koenig Sport Goods---------------.461
est in the problems of youth, he[ you buy. Mr. Lang was a charter member [ix^Terterson4’ E” C‘ Flr*----------,454
supplemented his enthusiasm for [I
Mr. Wooftor EV. 1-9121
At one time he was active in scout W /3 1892 Mr. Lang married Miss lBiU Gurni*’
work and served as scoutmaster] Mary Verbeek. She survives him| *•_■■ rT.—MSH. 1
of
CANVAS
AWNINGS
of styles, designs, colors and
15511 Waterloo Road
IVanhoe 1-0066
'SEA FOOD PLATTER*
French Fried Shrimp, Scallops and Fillet
of Sole, Tartar Sauce, French Fried Onions,
French Fried Potatoes, Cole Slaw,
Rolls, Beverage.
1/
£3 L/C//CJ v 6f S
fwlf
GGflGKS
(deceased). Some dozen or more beauty] Leading unteYs-July s
I queens with sights set on Miami, (Kenneth Connell. Nelson Jewelry.
Geortre Lanz I—I----------------------------------------------- (Albert Thomson. Nelson Jewelry
oeurge
j.
For more than 60 years, head of p_rivnn rd 04 (Bill Wittenmyer. Don Fisher
one of the citv’s oldest interior
I
died Saturday his home, 178o|c |„Diamond
barstedt. Ihis painting and in-(Robert Bauer, Don Fisher
terior decorating concern did the
0 IParker Mapes. Don Fisner
James F. Keyes, Jr. died Saturday his nome, 1 so I garstedt. This painting and in- [Rotert^auer^Don Fisher~.”~.~ 400
Services for James Frederick 11 i[ terior decorating concern did the ]p°{?^’d Ma^e^Don^Ts^ie?ker
Association and active participant nrr'sch-iwe ||lionaires Row” on lower Euclid Ijames Canfield. Don Fisher
in East Cleveland’s civil defense 5 I ave., also many of the show places |£taar’.“
v ij II Wfi Gift Wrao and Deliver II ibtaniy Marsnaus, Don Fisner-----.333
organization, were held on Monday II II
qh
Sharing his zeal in the youth break when the Euclid Vets Club I east Cleveland, East Cleveland, I tee.
Willowick, Wickliffe, Eastlake or I DeVito president of the Dads’
I who for years was a member ofjgaret, who survives him. She held tival beginning Tuesday, July 28th I Richmond Heights. To enter just|Qub wag referrjng t0 vagt
the East Cleveland City Commis- I important posts in PTA circles and continuing through Sunday, I write a note to “Miss Euclid Vets |and QUjet expanse of the Vill a An
sion and prominent local citizen, [simultaneously with her husband August 2nd at the Vet’s Home Contest”, Euclid Vets Club, 1361 _ela Academy Camnus that will
Mrs. Moxon and her family made |at the time their only son, grounds, 1361 East 260th st. East 260th st., Euclid 17, Ohio. In-1 have a Festive FajJ. on gundav
their home here on Chapman ave. [James, who also survives, was at-1 This year’s big event will open [elude full name, age, address *nd| Seeing the “vision” along with De
Their son, John W. Moxon, attend-[tending East Cleveland schools. with a “Teener Night” on Tuesday, phone number. After receipt °f| Vito are left to right* Geortre J*
ed Prospect School and graduated She also participated in the Hudson juiy 28th. [letter, the Contest Committee will stracka chairman of the Fair
from Shaw High School, class of [boys’ project with Mr. Keyes, jn the spotlight for the night forward application questionaires jogeDh Renter and Mr. Fdwin
1925. Her husband was president [whose father, James M., nowlwni be two bands made up of I to entries. Ipuerst committee member,
of the old Doan Savings and [makes his home in Glendale, Cal. I Teenagers who are rapidly gaining I
Loan Co. I The family residence is locatedL spot in the greater Cleveland! ™pr?‘
I
Musical limelight. Ronnie Son and
Vets “Starlite Nite Club”.
Special awards will be presented I At Shaw, starting at 7 p. m.,
throughout the evening to young- IStonebraker Drugs take on
sters who register upon entering poe Diamond crew while at
the grounds. [same time at Superior Hill, it’s the
a charter mem-1 The gay mid-way will feature |F°^ce and Associates meeting the
1 ^Fire Department.
Other games on tap in the
Idox Old Home. [Amusement Parks, featuring Fer-|SuPfri?r Hill League for next
His wife Bertha died three years I ris Wheel, Octopus, Fun House, I J®J* plS
ago. Surviving him are four sons, I Carrousel, Ride in the Dark, andl fTp i p: n
Saul, Martin and Sidney of Cleve- other outstanding attractions. I'Xlnt vs Keinedv’s Men’s
land and Jack of Los Angeles al After Tuesday’s opening for the|§h Thursday July 16- Fire De­
daughter Mrs. LiHian Gray nine Teener’s, the Vets Festival will
grandchildren and six great grand-1 swing into high gear for the old-[Fiejd Monday, July 13: Fisher
children. sters with music fun, dancing, |Furnaces vg stonebraker Drugs
Funeral services were conducted I gameg novelties, surprises, good [Tuesday, July 14: Joe Diamond vs.
Tuesday with burial in Mt. Olive I food refreshments for all. INelson Jewelry Thursday, July
I
Funeral services were conducted I Frank Yankovich, Pete Sokach, Al
Tuesday, July 7th from St. Philo-1 Strukel, Georgie Cook and Kenny INelson Jewelry----- 8
mena’s Church for May Rose Dew-| Bass. The Polk Popper’s leader, Ijo°np^arnonlPrUg* a
baugh, who died July 4th at her Kenny, is again working on his iFisher Furnaces 1
home, 13912 Northfield ave. She annual Saturday Kiddies Day fea- SUPERIOJg“PjIJliyI9^53LEAGUE
was the aunt of Charles Dew’beck, ture when he plays host to hun-|poiice 5
Mrs. Marie Fleming, Mrs. Virginia dreds of youngsters with radio fun |®ob Sh°P
Perry and Mrs. Clare Montgomery |and gifts for all.
cent years his son Alfred G., had (Nick Barile, Bob Kennedy 571
last 40 years the firm had it. fa?----------------500
and one of the organizers of the
PTA work, which included partici-1| —1| Cleveland Chapter ol Painting and IL’S BlJorn'lel^B^Km^dyZ lloo
pation in the Kirk Junior Hign|m^^_Decorating Contractor of America. (Robert Heckman, E. c. Fire .375
organization as well as Shaw, with He was a member of the Masonic Ij^hn^ealte?: Bob Kennedy--------^3
such additional contacts as mem-1 Order and Al Sirat Grotto also [Gary Patterson.
I
ward E. Lang. Also surviving him| rn. flflHArtlcinn
are four grandchildren and four I
rOi using
great grandchildren.
(railway motorman, died
I in Middlesboro (Ky.)
(following two strokes
about an hour apart.
I Mr. Rogers, 71, was visiting a
I sister in Cumberland Gap, Tenn,
near his birthplace. With him were
his wife, Mrs. Hassie Hall Rogers,
his daughter, Mrs. Eureatha Lour
ens, and the latter’s two sons.
Buffered l|
With Mrs. Lourens and her boys,
Mr. Rogers was climbing a moun
tain of the Cumberland range when
he suffered a stroke. He rallied
in half an hour and was able to
descend the mountain. He was
taken
lance
ward.
Rogers retired last October
Mr.
after 36 years of continuous serv
ice with the former Cleveland
Railway Co. and its successor, the
Cleveland Transit System. He
drove the last electric streetcar to
operate on Euclid ave. late in the
Keep comfortable ... be I spring of 1952. Most of his serv
cheerful enjoy die free lice had been out of the Winder
circulation of air protect
I
mere barns.
interior walls and furnishings. I His maternal ancestors, the fam
Only with Canvas Awning* lily headed by Elijah Bowman, were
do you have the wide choice
I purportedly the first white set-
I
patterns. Our service is
cmb- I
CTDAIID
tiers in Tennessee, where he was
born. He came to Cleveland in
plete. Estimates given with* 11917. He was an early member of
out obligation. [the Amalgamated Association of
[street Railway and Motor Coach
lEmployees*
NWW^NwB^
m■
■UMIMmbIA
I Surviving him besides his wife
|are *wo ^auKhter, Mrs. Zella Dal-1
lias and Mrs. Lourens a son, A. B.
■Rogers and six grandchildren.
Beverage.
'SHRIMP PLATTER'
French Fried Shrimp, Hot Sauce,
French Fried Onions,
French Fried Potatoes,
Cole Slaw, Rolls, Beverage.
HisL
Home with burial in Whitehaven
1 Cemetery.
'COMBINATION PLATTER*
Baked Chicken Leg and Thigh, French Fried
Frog Legs, Shrimp, Scallops and Fillet of
Sole, Tartar Sauce, French Fried Onions,
French Fried Potatoes, Cole Slaw, Rolls,
Florida will be in the spotlight on [Villa Annele
Saturday, August 1st. That’s when
•■Mi.. Euclid y.ts-1953” win j.
1 |ff|o I MftllArC
1Lillie
I n
6
The twQ young bandsmen will I
have their crews on stage in the
A1167 V GIG llOll
Playing in the “Starlite Nite 116: Joe Diamond vs. Fisher Furn-1| ***®**dI*N
I Club” will be local favorites, |aCes. 27121 Chardon, Route 6 Richmond Height*, Ohio
May Rose Dewbaugh I Johnny Pecon, Johnny Vadnal,
shaw little league
team ,U*y 9 3 w.
|e.°C?
|Jirn Rum
1892 he formed wth Albert (Harold Albrecht. Joe Diamond _.
firm of Lang
11 interior and exterior decorating of [.Mark
and [Thomas DiBartolomeo,
contest is Wednesday, July 15th. I “That emptiness will be com
Girls who will 18 years of agelpletely filled with fun seeking
or over prior to July 31st are elig- [people come Sunday, July 12th,”
ible to compete for the crown, pro-1 says Charles DeVito to members
The “Coke Crowd” is due for al riding they live in Euclid, North-1of the Villa Angela Fair Commit-
I
165911613
a
|fl A ft IO 11
According to the Festival Com-1 East Cleveland’s Little Leaguers, p“s co^ and inviting thanks to
mittee the entire grounds will be having enjoyed an extended holi- .e r,aa1® Ene nreezes» family pic
designed strictly for the younger day, will resume action in the sec-1nic baskets will be in evidence,
set. The “nite club” will feature |ond half of the regular schedule In addition to the numerous con
vokes”, soft drinks, Euclid-Race [with games tomorrow evening cessions, games of skills and food
Ice Creams plus “Sloppy Joes” and I (Friday) at both Superior Hill and bars, there will be games and races
“Vetburgers”. |Shaw Fields..
jwio
Koenig Sport Goods .440
E.
an early member of the Cleveland 1?^” B^i^BobKennedy'lZZ J47
Athletic Club. John D’Angelo. Police .320
with two sons, Alfred G. and Ed-1
c. Fire .357
PoItce------- --------304
CRH 616661116 l*43o3
FINEST CADILLAC
n n i Invalid Car At Your Service
I Tillman H. Rogers I Day v Night
Tillman H. Rogers, retired street g.
r.
July 6th
I
JOHNSTON KE. 1-3800
DEMOR DESIGN
DRESS FORMS & DRESSMAKING
Personalized Dress Form
For Only $10.00
Mad* of Durable Wire Meeh
Phono UT. 1-2710
NEED AN EXTRA BED FOB
A FEW DAYS?
RENT-a-BED
We will deliver a clean, comfortable
Rollaway Bed, made up with linens,
.x .ii ready for sleeping, when and where
to the hospital an ambu-ll you need it
where he died soon after-1| CEDAR 1-1632
2%
ON SAVINGS
Commencing July 1, 1953
DEPOSITS INSURED TO
S10.000.00
Federal Deposit Insurance
Corporation
NORTH
AMERICAN
BANK
facet ctbf
|home was at 14108 Strathmore ave. 11
Funeral services were conducted I 8t c*air HE. 1-8082
[Wednesday in the Edwards Funer-11 1HH Waterloo Rd. IV. 1-2400
lai
OFFir'Fg
I Ea*t
St—1R. 1-8888
FOR SMART BUSINESS TRY OUR BUSINESS
MEN'S LUNCH FAST* EFFICIENT SERVICE
Annual
121. AlUlUdl
Fajr Sunday
I
crowned. Deadline for entering the
I Th.’ .. «, .. A *.
the D^ds^Chlb
Dads CIub. Mothers ^Gmld,
_• I of W1U Anllu Fnend8
|oi villa Angela,
nkUVIl I
Designed for the entire family,
[the Villa Angela Fair offers an
l^j1 feun«?.ni_8e? Up *or *ormer
[students. With the spacious cam-
for the children.
I The big Fair is open to the pub
I lie with all invited to attend and
tne 1 join in the fun.
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stonebraker
i. -li. |Dennis Rogers, Nelson Jewelry
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ker "370
Griffiths, Joe
many of the former homes on “Mil- |SnonbF^hIr--------
the Heights. |Tom Gibson, Joe Diamond .333
Diamond -I."
KARL BROWN'S CM*
Euclid-Taylor Pharmacy
15470 Euclid Avenue GL. 1-0823
Southwest Corner of Euclid and Taylor
n-*
AUTOMATIC
UNDERFIRED
INSULATED
Thursday, July 9, 1958
Dinmonos
Every diamond you buy here le a flnl
quallty diamond the very best! They
are hand-picked from the world's finest
collections: to give or to wear with
pride!
Walter F. Meyer
DIAMONDS and FINE JEWELRY
12509 St. Clair Avenue
Open Every Evening Except Wed.
FRANK BERNAKY
WHITE) CHIME) BAR
FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 10th
Pete Sokach and His Orchestra
SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 11th
Chuck Smith and His Orchestra
1ft WV 1*
rOIH *U Fl* IO A
Free ke Cream
SEALTEST SAMPLES
Saturday Afternoon, July 11
Complete in EVERY DEPARTMENT
COMPLETE PRESCRIPTION SERVICE
Registered Pharmacist on Duty at All Times
fStk^u,
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CAPACITY can meet the simultaneous de
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washers and your many other needs. Ask
us about one of these Quality-Built CRANE
A-U-I gas water heaters. Ask about a Crane
"A-U-I 45" gas water heater today.
Payment added to
your gas bill if
desired.
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CAP.
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ESTABLISHED IN 1907
PORTABLE PLUMBING SHOP
GLenville 1-0036 12310 St. Clair Avenue
DAV,D£ AOAMse^___•___
ON DIAMONDS WATCHES
SHOTGUNS TOOLS CAMERAS
1MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
TVPrWRITERS ETC
Liberty 1-8699 15207 St. Clair Avenue
wm® OUT OF PAWN GOODS FOR SALE
13241 Euclid at Shaw UL. 1-3131 Air Conditioned
PRIVATE ROOMS FOR WEDDINGS* RECEPTIONS* PARTIES. MEETINGS* ETC.
SERVING DAILY 11:00 TILL 8:30 —CLOSED MONDAY
PLENTY OP CONVENIENT
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