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Thursday, Augaet 13, xaod
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Save $50 to $200
1950 BUICK
1
4-Door Sedan
I
Dynaflow, heater, radio, exceptional
1
equipment, custom seat covers. One
1
owner, low mileage. Outstanding
1
value for only
$1099
1950 HUDSON
Super "6" Club Coupe
1 Heater, radio, maroon finish, whlte
1 wall tires. Custom covers. A low
1 mileage car for only
$847
1951 DESOTO
1 Carryall 4-Door Sedan
1 Texas brown finish, whitewall tires,
1 Morocco leather trim, heater, radio,
1 automatic transmission. A sharpie
1 for only
$1377
1947 CHEVROLET
Coupe
Large heater. This is a 3-passenger
coupe, folks. Lots of body space for
a carpenter, plumber, or anyone
needing a car for work.
$247
1951 CHEVROLET
DeLuxe Custom 2-Door
Heater, radio, loaded with factory
equipment. L»"ok at this for only
$1049
1949 CHEVROLET
DeLuxe 2-Door
Heater, radio, original. For only
$547
Convinced that volume buying
means reduced cost to the automo
bile buyer, Lyndhurst Motor Sales
Co., 5324 Mayfield Road, Lyndhurst.
Is offering tremendously high allow
ances on trade-ins until all of the
new cars have been sold.
This announcement was made
today by Julian Hoke and Bob Holts,
•wners of the agency.
"These new Studebakers will be
Just Arrived
A brand new stock of
fine Writing Papers,
Note Sheets, Thank Yous,
(Ripple Finish)
CLUB VELLUM
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE AUTOMOBILES FOB SALE
MUST MOVE
WE NEED ROOM
Remember, Folks, $50 or Your Old Car May Make Your Down Payment
1951 PLYMOUTH
Club Coupe
Heater, radio, custom covers. Origi
nal powder blue finish. Lots of ex
tras. Original, for only
$1029
1950 DODGE
Sedan
Heater, radio, Verdi-green finish.
Exceptional tires, custom covers,
fluid drive. A one-owner special for
only
$899
1946 DODGE
2-Door
Heater, radio, excellent tires. Just
traded in.
$277
1942 CHEVROLET
2-Door Sedan
Heater, radio, good tires. Just
traded.
$97
Transportation
Specials
1941 CHEVROLET
Club Coupe .............................
1940 DE SOTO 4-Door
CLUB PARCHMENT
BABY BOOKS
814 East 152nd St
OUT THEY GO
CQQ
CQQ
Sedan, Solid ...........................
1941 CHEVROLET
COO
2-Door .................................
1942 PLYMOUTH Special EQC1
Deluxe 4-Door----------------
1942 CHEVROLET 0*7
2-Door Sedan ....... ...............
Bass Chevrolet
11405 EUCLID
AT MAYFIELD SW. 1-0212
OPEN EVERY EVENING TIU 9
Lyndhurst Motor Sales Making
Tremendous Deals on New 1953 Studebakers
sold at tremendous savings to car
buyers who act now," the owners
said. "No reasonable deal will be
passed up."
Included in the mass purchase
are Champions, Commanders and
Land Cruisers in various colors and
models, including the sensational
new sports car. Buyers may have
their choice of accessories.
Realizing that low selling costs
can only be achieved by volume
Come in
Informal!
and choose from this
choice selection*
Th* SCOOP SPECIAL
TATIONERY
1949 MERCURY
Custom 2-Door Trunk Sedan
Heater, radio, whitewalls, original
metalic blue finish. Loaded with
equipment. Very sharp. For only
_________$799_________
1951 BUICK
Super Riviera Hardtop Coupe
Heater, radio. 2-tone finish, custom
covers. Cery sharp. Popular model
for only
$1777
1947 FORD
Club Coupe
Heater, radio, original throughout.
Sharp. Only
$447
1949 BUICK
4-Door Super
Dynaflow, heater, radio, whitewall
tires, original throughout. Outstand
ing. Hurry! Only
$899
1950 CHEVROLET
Sedan
Radio, heater, exceptional tires,
2
tone tan, very clean. Tops in trans
portation for only
$777
1946 CHEVROLET
4-Door Sedan
Heater, radio, fog lights, excellent
tires, just traded, for only
$377
buying, the dealers have commit
ted themselves to buying and sell
ing twice the number of cars they
handled when they first assumed
the agency last year.
Used cars, too, come within the
company's low-cost policy, and are
sold at the same prices
car dealers would pay
Hoke and Holtz claim.
SKYWARD—AIRMAIL
MING TREE
Your Choice AA
with Envelopes ^■■Vv
GUEST BOOKS
The SCOOP
FLORAL DESIGNS
that used
for them.
for Lynd-
The telephone number
hurst Motors is Hillcrest 2-2687.
BRIDAL BOOKS
GLenviUe 1-4383
Clerk of the Commission
Published August 13, 1953
rftr Zid-iWi.
ORDINANCE NO.
4TM
By Mr. Rice
AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE TO ASSESS THE EXPENSE OF CONSTRUCTION AND
REPAIR OF SIDEWALKS.
WHEREAS, an emergency exists for the immediate preservation of the public peace, property, health
and safety and for the usual daily operation of a municipal department to provide for the collection
of the cost of cdnstructing and repairing sidewalks, which work has been completed by the City of East
Cleveland pursuant to Resolution No. 1399 and consents executed by various property owners.
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 for the purpose of paying the cost and expense of constructing and r'—.iring
sidewalks abutting the premises hereinafter described, there be and there is hereby levied and i eased
upon the following described property, situated in the City of East Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, State
of Ohio, the amounts herein set forth opposite the several parcels of land described respectively, to-wit:
File No. Owner Location County No. Amt.
1 Superior Garden Inc. .4024 Superior 672-26-9/10 $115.41
2 D. & M. Pomian 14810-12 Shaw 671-11-1 46.49
3 Kathryn W. Browne et al 725 Er-‘ham & at gas
sta.-l )5 Euclid 673-7-31 & 64 122.87
4 Geo. O. Petske 757 Eastham 673-7-55 14.76
5 Norah A. Smith 749 Eastham 673-7-57 12.78
10 Lawrence & Ruth Thompson 731 Eastham 673-7-62 41.89
11 Effie Fay Helfer Eastham 673-7-63 '48.10
12 Myles & Angela Roche 'ivc, East’ n 673-7-52 11.36
13 Madge Stephenson 744-46 E. ham 673-7-50 14.58
14 John V. & Winifred Fagan 740 Eastham 673-7-49 2.16
15 Harold E. & Margt. E. Zimmerman 7"' Eastham 673-7-51 6.30
16 Chas. H. & Helen Kennedy c_.6 Forest Hill Ave. 672-16-31 26.13
17 Donald F. & Dor. House 3210 Forest Hill 672-16-30 9.72
18 James L. Capellatti and
Lawrence A. Peloso 3312-14 Forest Hill 672-17-30 19.08
19 Tuttle Investment Co. Sublets 2 & 3—Hower 672-1-27/28 83.03
20 Henry C. & Josephine Giunta 644 Elberon Ave. 672-6-71 38.70
21 Essye Licker Tr. 311 East 125th 672-6-1 28.35
22 Gomer J. Drazdik 185 North Lockwood 672-5-5 12.82
23 Chas. D. & Lucille Romberger 189 North Lockwood 672-5-6 9.54
24 Victoria Munaretta 504 Holyoke Ave. 671-8-56 15.60
25 Gladys I. Gilbert 1776 Hayden 672-8-8 10.14
26 Mildred J. Latessa 1782 Hayden Ave. 671-8-9 30.63
27 Blumel Ignition Co. 1825 Hayden 671-9-116 39.00
28 Frank & C. Shikowski 1739-41 Elsinore St. 672-11-100 15.30
29 Fred K. Gogolin 14305-07 Savannah 671-11-228 14.04
30 J. W. & O. F. Frew 14217 Ardenall 671-10-220 7.74
31 Elizabeth C. Madden 1885 Rosalind 672-17-75 8.37
32 Canfield Oil Co. 14600 Woodworth 671-16-17 31.20
33 Theresa Allberg 1461-63 East 135th 671-3-127 25.74
35 Anna M. & James Mellert 1345 Hayden 671-19-51/52 38.48
36 Lillian Maynard 1287-89 East 141st 671-18-108 41.55
37 Joseph & Geraldine Jurkuta 1347 Shawview 671-22-16 21.06
38 Edward & Marg’t. M. Schneider 15602 Hazel Rd. 673-26-12 54.68
39 Edna B. Jewett 15614 Hazel Rd. 673-26-10 21.38
41 W. H. & Vesta Mandelbaum 1832 Stanwood Rd. 673-9-29 25.92
42 H. M. Nobis 1827 Stanwood 673-9-23 27.20
43 Walter Gillett 1823 Stanwood 673-9-24 50.49
43A Harry J. Watson 1831 Stanwood 673-9-22 11.25
44 E. F. & E. H. Gilkey 2051 Taylor Road 673-21-36 15.75
45 Maud E. Roden et al 2041 Taylor Road 673-21-38 46.13
46 Essie V. White 2044 Noble Road 673-19-78/79 22.28
47 Adeline N. Hart 15821 Terrace Road 673-12-33 11.48
48 Paul J. & Marion Egen 2035 Taylor Road 673-21-40 82.80
49 Halford E. Rogers 16320 Nelaview 673-17-39 71.02
SECTION 2: That the total assessment against each lot and parcel of land as hereinbefore set forth
shall be paid in cash within thirty (30) days from the date of the passage of this ordinance and, if
not so paid, shall be certified together with a penalty of five per cent (5%) and an interest charge* of
five per cent (5%) to the County Auditor to be placed upon the tax duplicate and collected in one
annual installment as other taxes are collected.
SECTION 3: That this ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency measure necessary for
the immediate preservation of the public peace, properity, health and safety and for the usual daily opera
tion of a municipal department to provide for the collection of the cost of constructing and repairing
sidewalks, which work has been completed by the City of East Cleveland pursuant to Resolution No.
1399 and consents executed by various property owners, 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 its passage otherwise, it shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest period
allowed by law.
PASSED: August 11, 1953
Attest:
/s/ G. T. Apthorp
KATE GETS HER COME-UPPANCE
Cain Park Theatre audiences will see fiery Kate get her fust
desserts in Cole Porter’s "KISS ME KATE" at the outdoor
amphitheatre in Cleveland Heights. This sparkling musical
version of the play-wlthln-a-play stars Susan Willis and Edgar
Powell who are actors not only in Shakespeare's comedy but
carry the same intrigues into their private lives. Kate plays the
theatre August 17-29th.
Garden Party To Welcome
New St. Joseph Hi Mothers
Members of the St. Joseph’s High
School Mother’s Guild Garden
Party committee pictured here .in
clude, left to right, Mrs. Joseph
Brunnett, Mrs. John J. Lynch and
Mrs. John O’Neill.
Mrs. Julia Testa, 1530 East
174th st., Mrs. John J. Lynch, 1068
East 146th st., and Mrs. George
Baka, 14025 Hale ave, are active
members of the garden party com
mittee of St. Joseph Mothers’
Guild arranging for the annual af
fair to be held this year on Thurs
day afternoon, August 20, at 1 p.m.
The scene of the party will be
the spacious lawns of the Marianist
Faculty House overlooking Lake
Erie at East 185th st. The hosts
for the party will be Father Louis
J. Wiesner, S.M., principal of St.
Joseph High School and Moderator
of the mothers' guild and the mem
bers of the Marianist Community
who staff the high school for boys.
A rainbow of pastel covered
tables, colorful balloons trimming
the magnificent old trees, the
fragrance from masses of roses
from members* gardens, will form
a beautiful background for the af
fair. Mrs. Lodi Mandel, of Not
tingham rd., is in charge of enter
tainment on the program. Mr.
Joseph Vero of East 110th st., the
accomplished pianist, will again
furnish the melodic airs which so
charmed his listeners at last year’s
party. Cards will be available for
those who wish to play
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