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Pre-Schoolers Frolic These are just a few of the Pre School children who had a grand time at the Hallowe’en Party at North Branch Library. One ■wouldn’t recognize the elves and Once again this year the East Cleveland Exchange Club will sponsor the Class Basketball league which will be supervised by the East Cleveland YMCA. All boys 12-13 years old are in vited to participate. Those boys who become 15 after Jan 1, 1954 will be eligible to play for the en tire season. Boys must be 12 be fore Jan 1, 1954 in order to play. The league is open to ail East leveland boys, however, you must not be a member of any other or ganized team. Games will be played at the Shaw High School gym from 12:30 to 2:30 on Saturday afternoons, starting Dec. 5th with a basket ball clinic. All boys interested must attend the clinic. Rules will be discussed which particularly effect the play ers. Members of the Shaw high Varsity and Jr. Varsity will demon strate various phases of the game Here's Answer To Oh Where Has My The dog owner who may be sing ing “Where, oh where has my lit tle dog gone?” can find the pet if it is a cocker spaniel, well bred, accustomed to a leash and lost for Service Clubs “Rambling Through Europe” will be the subject on which Hugh Cal kins talks to East (.'leveland Lions Tuesday, November 17 at Owens Plantation Supper at 6:30. Lion Stanley Boltla. who lost a leg fol lowing a traffic accident, is back in Lakewood Hospital. East Cleveland Exchange Club luncheon guest on Tuesday, No vember 17th will be Police Chief Horace S. Weaver of East Cleve land. Chief Weaver will present a lecture-demonstration of the Alcometer and other new police equipment. Our GI’s William R. Paiker, has recently been commissioned a second lieu tenant from the Officers Candid ate School. Army Engineers Cen ter, Ft. Belvoir, Va. He will spend 30 days with his parent-, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Parker. 14509 Aider ave. before departing for duty in the Far East. at A six-ueen‘. Destroyer Er.gini e School at the U. S. Naval Station, Long Beach, Cal., has been com pleted by Navy Lt. (jg Kenneth A. Holcomb, who is now serving on the USS Rogers in Koiean waters. Holcomb is the .-on of Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Holcomb, 1743 North Taylor rd. He graduated from Shaw High and Kent State University, Kent, Ohio. Corp. David D. Denison and Mrs. Denison are spending a week's leave with his mother, Mis. Leonard A. Denison, 15754 Glynn rd. Corp. Denison is stationed at Fort Devous, Mass, and the couple reside in nearby Fitchberg. Dickinson- Welsh Announcement is made of the en gagement of Marguerite Dickinson, daughter of Mrs. Preston R. Dick inson, 3416 Thome rd. and the late Mr. Dickinson, to H. Reynolds Welsh. Mr. Welsh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Welsh of Va., is a graduate of Virginia Polytechnic Institute and is locat ed at Richmond, Wash. Lincoln. Miss Dickinson is a graduate of Miami University and received her master’s degree in social work from the University of Connecticut. The wedding will be solemnized on Saturday, December 12th in First Preabterian Church. gnomes, pirates and cowboys, the dancing girls and fairytale folk— but whe nthe magic of the hour was over they were the wee folk of the neighborhood. Sign Up Now For Class "F” Basketball which will include basic funda mentals, such as shooting, passing and dribbling, zone and man for man defenses. Bring your tennis shoes for teams will be able to work out following the clinic. Members of the Shaw High Varsity will serve as coaches again this year. Lettered and numbered jerseys will be furnished to all Class players. Here is an excellent opportunity for the basketball -newcomer to learn the game from the ground up under qualified leadership. Tell your chums about the league. All boys who are interested in joining the league are asked to pay the $1.00 entry fee and sign a contract card at the “Y” House, at 1819 Lee blvd.. at Euclid, at your earliest convenience before December 5th, the day of the clinic. League play will start Decem ber 12th. Query "Where Little Dog Gone? more than a week. Such a dog is being cared for by Mrs. N. G. Shamnay of 14212 Scvioto _ave., who is eager to locate its master. Mrs. Shampay was enroute to church Sunday, November 1st wnen she noticed two small boys at Euclid and Northfield aves., with a towel, trying to aid the dog which had evidently been hit by an auto mobile. She suggesed they take the dog to the East Cleveland Pet Hos pital and that she would go there later, which she did. On Wednesday the dog was takon home by Mrs. Shampay who has since cared for it. Now she would like to locate the dog’s owner, since two pets already in the home are all that the family cares to have. Mrs. Shamay says the dog gives every indication of having had a good home and good training. CkurckeA Church news may be sent to Elsa C. Berg, 146U0 Euclid ave. While all the news has a Tuesday at 5 p.m. deadline, it is appreciated when church news is received no later than Monday. A REMINDER: Copy for the Thursday, November 26th issue is due Saturday, November 21st. Pictures for that issue must be in by Wednesday, November 18th. Distribution of that week’s paper will be on Tuesday, No vember 24th. The same pattern will he fol lowed for the December 24th issue. Notices may be sent in earlier with release date indi cated. The World Service Guild of Win dermere Presbyterian Chufch will meet Thursday, November 19th at 8 p.m. for a book review, the se lection being “The Foolish Immor tal.” Guests are welcome. The gratitude of the committee under Mrs. Blodgett, head of the Religious Education Department, goes out to those who brought clothes for Korea to the Hallowe’en party. The stage was filled to over flowing with the gifts which were dedicated in a brief service led by the pastor, Rev. J. Franklyn Mc Hendry to those who will be warmed in soul and in body by the thoughtfulness of the givers. Every year at this time the Wo man’s Association has a Thankof fering Tea when they turn in their mite boxes. This year’s service will be at 2:30 Thursday, November 17. Mr*. F. E. Dean will speak on “Africa”. Hostesses will ie Mrs. William Evans and Mrs. William Morison. On Thursday, November 19th at 6:30 p.m. the Business and Pro fessional Women’s Club of Hope Lutheran Church will hold its an niversary dinner. As a part of the program to follow, the Cleveland News’ movie “Mexico Way” will be shown. Women of neighboring Presby terian Churches are invited to at tend the First Presbyterian Church Woman’s Association meeting on Tuesday, November 17th. Mrs., Verne Buchanan, president of the National Council of Presbyterian Women will speak at the afternoon program. Luncheon will be served at 11 a.m. by the Philathea Circle with Mrs. R. F. Knight as chair man. As usual there will be sewing from 10 a.m. Mrs. Glenn Brown leads the de votionals. This is Thank Offering Day. Tuesday, November 17th—8 p.m. sharp sounds like an interesting evening for the Latta Class Girls Fellowship and the Philathea Class of the East Cleveland Baptist Church. They will be found at the Church enjoying a “Pennsylvania Dutch” program “Kiss’n dpn’t last, Cookery Do” sponsored by the East Ohio Gas Co. The Rev. Wm. E. Towmer along with several Cleveland Baptist Min isters. attended the Roger Williams Fellowship Conference, November 10th, 11th and 12th at the Divinity School of the University of Chi cago. Conference Subect was “Freedom and Tradition^.’ Tuesday, November 17th, the Board of Deaconesses meet for des sert at 1:00 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Frank Eroskey, 1676 Edge field rd.-Lyndhurst. The Rev. Wm. E. Towner will use “At Wit’s End” for his ser mon topic Sunday morning, Nov ember 15th. For their annual Thank Offer ing service, the women of Calvary Lutheran Church this year will have as guest speaker, Mrs. W. Carl Satre whose husband is the pastor of Augsburg Lutheran Church, Toledo. She was for many years in the national headquarters of the Women’s Missionary Depart ment of the United Lutheran Church of America. The service will be held Sunday. November 15 at the regular 10:45 a.m. morning worship hour. All persons interested are wel come to come and hear Mrs. Satre. The Woman’s Society Circle meetings of the Church of the Cross will be held on different days this month. On Tuesday, November 17, Circle “E” will meet with Mrs. C. O. Dewey, 1076 Greyton, at 12:30 p.m. and Circle “I” meets with Mrs. A. Beach, 14105 Superior ave. at 8:15 p.m. Mrs. W. Baker, Co-hostess. On Wednesday, November 18, at 12:00 p.m. Circle will meet with Mrs. W. B. Owen, 3802 Fremont, assisted by Mrs. E. N. Wenner strom Circle “D” meets with Mrs. B. J. Spellen, 974 Brunswick, and Circle “F” meets with Mrs. Eliza beth McIntosh, 859 Helmsdale ave. On Friday, November 20, Circle meets with Mrs. O. Mueller, Lownsdale ave. at 12:30 p.m. “B.” 3350 A coffee hour of fellowship will follow the 10:45 morning worship service next Sunday at Phillips Avenue Presbyterian Church, East 125th st. at Phillips ave. Circle No. 3 will serve Dr. Arnold W. Bloomfield will have as his sermon topic “Teach Us to .Pray.” The Senior and Junior Choirs will present “The Lord’s Prayer” hy Cain. A double trio, the Misses Marcia Myers, Vir ginia Rose, Elizabeth Wainey, Judith Parkhurst, Nancy Raufman and Barbara Lexenberg, wall sing “Faith, Hope and Love” by Shel ley. Reader for the day will be Mr. Harry E. Edelmann. The Sunday school will observe its Loyalty Day next Sunday when pledge cards will be brought in. “UNTO THE LEAST OF THESE” This year the annual Christmas project of the Sunday school and the T‘...........................................~ lips will joy near small gifts of toys or games for boys and girls of ages 5-16 and such items as belts, socks, handker chiefs, aprons, scarfs and costume jewelry for the adults. Contribu tions may be left at the church office. Women’s Association of Phil Avenue Presbyterian church be the providing of Christmas for a Sunday school mission Charlotte, N. C. Needed are ELECT OFFICERS The Methodist Men’s Organiza tion of the Church of the Cross an nounce the election of the follow ing officers for the coming jear: President, George B. Simon, 14001 Mont ave. vice-president, Calvin Cudney, 3869 Monticello, blvd. treasurer, John Kitch, 916 Dresden rd. secretary, Harry Reid, 987 Pembrook rd. Appointed pro gram chairman was Dr. Louis F. Edwards, 967 Brunswick rd. This organization meets the third Tuesday of each month with about one hundred men present for din ner at 6:30. On Tuesday, Novem ber 17th the evening’s program will be presented by the Cleveland Barons. Rev W. E. Fulmer, pastor of Trinity Evangelical United Breth ren Church, is currently preaching a series of sermons on “Great Hymns and Gospel Songs.” Next Sunday his theme will be taken from the gospel song “Sweet Hour of Prayer.” Circles of the Windermere Meth odist WSCS will meet as follows: Tuesday, November 17th, 7:45 p. m., Circle 9 in the Homebuilders’ Room and Circle 10 with Mr. Wil liam Giesel, 1361 Hampton rd., at 8 p. m. EAST CLEVELAND LEADER more ave. Circle 8, Mrs. J. L. Ely, 1854 Windermere st. Circle 4, Mrs. Fred Medhurst, 1634 Bryn Mawr ave. Circle 5, Mrs. Henry Lewis, 1858 Colonnade rd. Circle 6, Mrs. Stanley Taylor, 1852 Chapman ave. Circle 7, Mrs. Ethel Schacht, 1375 Shawview ave. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES TAVERN and restaurant, D-2 license, good location, n^ke offer. IV. 1-9511 evenings. UNUSUAL business opportunity and living quarters, small investment, woman can handle. LI. 1-2426. BY owner, groceries and meat*. Euclid ave. northeast section, old established business, modern fixtures, semi-self serve, C-2 license, volume up to $1100 per week lease. KE. 1-4829 or IV. 1-9106 after 6 p. m. Rummage Sales RUMMAGE sale at 15020 Aspinwall, Sunday and Monday, November 15th and 16th, winter clothing, white leather chair and coffee table. BIG rummage sale, housewares and clothing, Friday, November 13th, 7 p. m. 15020 Aspinwall ave. BIG rummage sale, housewares and clothing, Friday, November 20th, 7 p. m. and Saturday. November 21st, 10:30 a. m. 15020 Aspinwall ave. FOB SALE CLOTHINC MAN’S brown overcoat, size 36, worn once, sell for $14. 761 East U7th st. BLACK cloth coat, size 40, like new. KE. 1-1817. SPENCER support, individually de signed, never lose their shape. For appointment call Lena Germano, KE. 1-2769. LADY’S maroon winter coat, *ize 40, good condition. GL. 1-2659. FUR coats, samples, muskrat, northern seal and others as low as $50 up fur jackets, stoles. 40 up set fur scarfs, 4. $50 tuxedo, 36-38, worn once: also dress suit, size 46 Corona portable typewriter. PO. 1-8400. TEETER-babe, sterilizer, training seat prom suit, baby shoes, blankets, dresses, etc. nurses uniform. RE. 2-8050. COAT, red poodle, milium lined, like new, size 14, first $30. IV. 1-3936. LADYS' coat, mouton laskin lamb fur, $50. IV. 1 -1971. _________________ LADYS’ cloth coat with beaver collar, size 14, reasonable._MU._l -0090.___ 2 FUR coats, sizes 14 and 16: 1 man’s overcoat, size 40 ladies skirts sizes 16. RE. 1-4757. MAN’S 2-piece all wool suit, size 37, like new, oxford gray. RE. 1-2338._ GRAY fur coat, size 14-16, $20 black persinn ’amb coat, size 12-14, $45. KF. 1-5734. MAN'S suit, size 36, navy blue, by Arnoff. $25. RA. 1-6715. MAN’S heavy tan overcoat, p|aid lin ing, reasonable, size 38-40 ladies gray box coat, fur collar, sizte 40, both very good condition. FA. 1-8858. HAND-tailored overcoat, 3 suits, size 40. IV. 1-3452. GRAY kid skin coat, size 16-18. large mink muff, also 4 mink skins, fine condition: other items. GL. 7-0422. MEN’S suits, 42 and 44. $10 and up, like new shirts, french cuffs, 16l, $1 each: lady’s dresses and coats, 16. 18. 20: some new, reasonable girl’s clothing coat, hat. leggings. $4 wool suit. $3 leggings, like new, $2.75: dresses. PO. 1-4907._________ LADY’S formals, sizes 12-14, reason able. KE. 1-1427. LADY’S mouton lamb coat, size 18. 320 East 211th st., Euclid. LADY’S mouton coat, size 12, s,i length. RE. 1-4762.______________ LADY'S dresses, suits and skirts, size 9 and 10, perfect condition. $2 and $3. 802 East 203rd nl. IV. 1-1410. Shore dr. LI. 1-5233. SLEEPING room, employed gentle man. 320 Walworth dr. off East 255th st. NICE room for 2 gentlemen garage. 18406 Neww rd. TV. 1-8870. SLEEPING room for single young clean refined gentleman. 15704 School ave. MU. 1-0401. 5 ROOMS unfurnished, upper half of 2 family, employed sober couple, no pets, hot water heat, near trans portation and shopping see after __4_p_ m. 1021 East 147th st._________ BEULAH Park, 18 Brown-st., 2 4 room suites unfurnished, employed couples, non-drinkers, $45 per month, each suite. ROOM for gentleman, private home. Euclid-Taylor vicinity. PO. 1-1775. Call after 4:30 p. m. HALL FOB RENT foil Weddings. Parties. Meetings. Anniversaries. Any Special Occa sion. Completely Modem Kitchen and Bar Facilities. Excellent Dance flour and.J^qvate Rooqj*...,.,. ■.•4, ST. ANTHONY HALL 079 7fl(l Blocks South of J/J L. ZUU Lake Shore Blvd. Call IVanhoe 1-2604 TWO rooms for light housekeeping, everything furnished, couple or two girls. MU. 1-7463. 907 East 143rd st. WARM sleeping room, double. 2nd floor East Cleveland. GLV 1-9255. SLEEPING room for clean sober gentleman, private home. 504 East 124th St. GL. 1-4590. NICE ztore for rent, 778 East 200th st. and Arrowhead, good for any kind of business, 16x50 feet. CL. 2-0747. THE Claire Hotel, 653 East 103th, clean sleeping rooms, single $10 week, double $12 week employed white. GL. l-f^. EASTLAr furnished upstairs. 4 rooms, 1 bedroom, private entrance, on Vine st., Greyhound bus line near stores references requi available November 15th. Will. 2- 7 after 5 p. m. 2 ROOM apartment with orivate bath and entrance, share kitchen fur nished, with utilities Vine st., Grey hound bus line 2 ladies or working couole references. Call after 5. Will. 2-5937. 3 RO IS and bath, garage, nicely furr— .ed, heat, own entrance, $25 week. 22601 Nicholas ave. RE. 1-5661 after 6. 2 BEDROOM suite in duplex, on Lake Erie, 15 minutes CTS to square, chil dren welcome, available December 1st. rent $125. KE. 1-6105. WILL share apartment with middle aged couple or lady good home. GL. 1-1565. Hall Available FOR WEDDINGS, PARTIES. ETC LUDWIG'S BARN 20180 Lindbergh Ave. (V. 1-9828 GA”AGE, vicinity Savannah and Al 1 eny. GL. 1-4262 or LI. 1-6563 evenings. 3 Wednesday, November 18th at 12:30 p. m.— Circle 1, Mrs. Arthur Griffith, 2025 Mt. Vernon bivd. Circle 2, Mrs. K. S. Whiteman, 13909 Strath- on ST*ATTRACTIVE furnished rooms and laundry, prefer middle aged, no pets or children, very reasonable. KE. 1-1620. 2 ATLY furnished rooms and ra for 2 refined 187th st. off gentlemen, 1300 St. Clair, after FOR RENT ROOM in private home, netr trans portation. KE. 1-2961. EAST 169th st., Lake Shore blvd. and Grovewood section, sleeping room, private, privileges, good transporta tion, business woman call after 4 p. m. IV. 1-6103. LARGE front room, near Boulevard, express and local bus stop near, ga rage. KE. 1-0651. 6 ROOMS upper of double near East Cleveland, accepts 2 children, only $80 see this and many, many others by contacting our office today. We charge for our services. Phone N. P. Glanz, Rental Broker. SW. 1-4430, 10615 Euclid ave. ROOMS near St. Clair, duplex, ac cepts child, $75 see this and many, many others by contacting our office today. We charge for our services Phone N. P. Glanz, Rental Broker SW. 1-4430, 10615 Euclid ave. FOR RENT 5 Points, 4-room lower of 2-family unfurnished, newly decorated, car peting, gas heat, infant accepted, $80 per month. Harvard, 5-room single home, un furnished, gas heat, garage, chil dren welcome, $80 per month. Near Independence Bd., 2-3 room apartments unfurnished, garages, child accepted, per month. gas heat, 345 to $50 of double Coit Rd.—5-room upper unfurnished, gas heat, garage, child accepted, reasonable rent Mayfield Bd., 3-room apartment par tially furnished, steam heat, infant accepted, 555 per month. OUR SERVICE FEE TO APPLICANTS IS ONLY $10.00 APARTMENT HOME RENTAL SERVICE 1307 Schofield Bldg. CH. 1-1795 Open Daily 10 to 8. Sunday 11 to 3 Licensed Real Estate Broket EAST 150th near lake, larve sleeping room, private home, refined business woman express bus. KE. 1-8557. 2l2 ROOMS furnished. East 200th st., 17 weekly. IV. 1-4246._____________ FIVE room lower, well furnished, gas heat. $125 including utilities. East 118th and St. Clair adults preferred. _CE._1 -5001.________________________ 1 SINGLE sleeping room and 2 double with privileges, in Western Reserve a i ea._ GA._ 1 -8182.__________________ 400 EAST 156th st., near Waterloo rd., double and single rooms for working ma.i. steam heat, shower or bath, good service, $8 and up per week. Inquire Mrs. Turner, manager, up stairs. _________________ FURNISHED rooms and bath on third floor, couple preferred. GL. _1 -3-138._____________________________ 2 ROOMS and garage, can be arranged as living and bedroom, Euclid-Ivan hog. MU. 1-6169.__________________ ROOM with kitchen privileges, two girls or couple white. IV. 1-1799 after 7 p. m. 3 ROOM furnished suite, $75 heat furnished. MI. 1-6815, UL. 1-0791 after 5 p. m. STORE, 1022 Ivanhoe rd. LI. 1-6068. EAST Cleveland, pleasant front room, employed lady. GL. 1-4481. SLEEPING room for clean sober gentleman off Grovewood. KE. —1-9282._____________________________ 2 ROOMS, private bath 2 refined working girls. 15300 Parkgrove ave. 2 FOR RENT CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING BY PHONE 75c MINIMUM. CASH WITH ADVERTISEMENT «0c MINIMUM. MUST BE IN OUR OFFICE BEFORE NOON WED NESDAY. 1 ROOM in private home for 1 girl or middle aged woman. 938 East 144th st. GL. 1-9741. SLEEPING room for gentleman. Lake KE. 1-282W.________________________ SLEEPING room with house privileges. $7 per week: garage optional, $5 extra. Eddy-Freeway section. MU. _1 -9383._____________________________ 1 LARGE sleeping room for gentle man with private bath and garage, vicinity East 200th and Lake Shore —blvd. rv._l -2592.___________________ COMFORTABLE sleeping room, pri _vate entrance. IV. 1-5527. SLEEPING room for employed girl, good transportation. KE. 1-5227. HALLS FOR RENT Available For Wedding* Parti** Social Affair* Meeting* GUNN BLOCK 788 East 152nd St GL. 1-2149 INGOMAR, 13423, north of Superior, room for rent, twin beds. PO. 1-0604, SMALL apartment available to buyer of small business, unusual opportun ity. LI. 1-2426.___________________ 3 LARGE unfurnished rooms on 3rd floor, private bath and entrance. Saturday and Sunday. Available For Meetings, Dances, Weddings, Etc. 669 East 185th Street RE. 1-3188 Charles Cradis 1 w 1 1 SLEEPING room for a gentleman. KE. 1-7475. COMFORTABLE large aleeping room, private home for refined gentleman, off East 255th-Lake Shore blvd. RE. 1-7735. AAA approved. Gate-Way Motel, ra diant heat, carpeted, tile baths tele vision, rooms for 1 to 4 persons, special weekly rates. 29665 Euclid ave. WI. 3-1364. 2 SLEEPING rooms for boys. 14707 Aspinwall, UL, 14 -X SLEEPING room iui refined lady, 7.50 per week. 19214 Firwood ave. off Nott1-- n rd. IV. ^734. FRONT io-tn for n. sober gentleman with references, garage optional. KE. 1-4662._____________ GARAGE and sleeping room, Coit rd., private home gentleman, call after 5. PO. 1-7W._____________________ LARGE sleeping room for 1 or 2 gentlemen in private home. 1466 CLEAN sleeping room for refined business lady in Euclid, near buses. IV. 1-3628 or RE. 1-0604. East 175th st. KE. 1-1662. 588 East 185th st., 2 large brick Sa ra- storage or cars, 10 each. RE. GARAGE. East 134th off Shaw ave. GL. 1 1684. LIGHT housekeeping rooms for rent, also ird and room. 1365 Rozelle •ve. 1-4809. FOR RENT ROOM with privileges, garage. KE. 1-6758. WOMAN or coupl* to share home, Prefer someone v.'Ung to care for __ war old, 2nd f,....t, KE. 1-1408. SLII ING room for rent, near Five ~oinf GL. 1-6320.______________ L^jJEPIaG room and garage for r* fined l»dy reference. RE. 1-0995. SINGLE sleeping r—i for gentleman near Chase Brass I Addreasograph. RE. 1-5264.____________________ 2 REFINED business or professional men, twin bedrooms, use of den, garage, breakfast, 15 each: refer ences. KE. 1-8440. EUCLID VET'S CLUB HALL 1361 EcmI 260th StrMt Available Tor Weddings, Meetings, Parties, Clambakes RE. 1.6404 4 ROOMS furnished, 16136 St. Cli ave., all electric kitchen, stove, was er, dryer, garbage disposal, ste? heat, 100 per month references i qulred. KE. 1-8401 or IV. 1-8483. SLEEPING room for gentleman/ 3 MOORE'S gas heater with pilot, 40,(MX0 BTU $35. 1343 East 187th st. Tel. IV 1-3517.___________________________ BRYANT gas furnace, gravity heat, al! hot air tubes and cold air returns 2 years old make offer. HI. 2-1502. ACCORDIONS. 40 bass $45 120 bass $70 new 140 bass 350. 19001 St Clair ave., KE. 1-2676.___________ ANTIQUE guns for mantle, bar. den or recreation room, Colt Frontiers trades accepted. KE. 1-4866._____ TRUCK tires, used, 900x20, A-l. PO 1-0555. ,________________ GIFT wrappings for large packages, continuous sheet, size 26x40, cut the paper to fit the gift. The SCOOP. 814 East 152nd st.___________________ PARAKEETS, healthy babies, all colors, cages and stands, supplies, 22900 Ivan ave., RE. 1-8322.______ GOLF clubs, 4 woods, 8 irons, puttei and* bag. excellent condition. PO.• 1-4367 after 6 p. m.___________ ACCORDION, junior size. 120 5)858, made in Italy black, like new. IV. 1-3542. ___________________________ IV. 1-1962._______________________ 4 LEADED glass doors, 16x48 inches also_4 kitchen chairs. IV. 1-4802. BLACK lacquer dining suite, Duncan Pnyfe table, pads, breakiront, cre denza, chairs $465 pair Alladin lamps, electrified $10 Conlon ironer, used twice $85 Ivanhoe oil heater 30,006 BTU, three gar on reservoir, like new, $38. MU. 1-6377.__________________ 12 GAUGE Savage shot gun, automatic $60. LI. 1-9788.___________________ AUCTION every Friday evening at 7 p. m., American Legion Hall mile north of Route 20 on Hopkins rd., Mentor, Ohio, consignments accepted. Country Boy Liquidators, Mentor 5-2855 or Mentor 5-2118. KINDLING wood, call evenings. KE. 1-3121.__________ ______________ TYPEWRITER $20 a 1g machine 20 Royal portable chc-^, like new, big trade in allowance, rent, repairs, rea sonable. easy terms. PR. 1-2020, day or night. PERSONALIZED napkins, matches, coasters, stirrers, for engagements, weddings, anniversaries, new homes, etc. The SCOOP. 814 East 152nd st. Porch Enclosures ALUMINUM STORM WINDOWS A DOORS PO. 1-8510._______________________ TWO sleeping rooms. 1106 East 147th st. GL. 1-1261.___________________ IN Euclid. 3 bedroom bungalow, 2 baths, will lease furnished with op tion to buy. Harvey Realty, Inc. RE. 1-2577, RE. 1-1898. BOARD and room, men. Babbitt rd. off Lake Shore. RE. 1-0257._______ FURNISHED room with kitchen pri vi' es. 19202 Moskoka ave. KE. 1- 9, Friday after 7 p. m., all day FREE ESTIMATES KEnmore 1-3914 SPOT cash for old gold, diamonds, broken jewelry. David's Loan, 15301 St. Clair ave.____________________ AUCTION every Saturday evening at 7 p. m„ dance hall, Burton Fair grounds. Burton 8180. HORTON washer 50 modem walnut vanity 25 occasional chair 10 lamps small screen and slide pro jector 10. IV. 1-8468.____________ HAVE a toy party in your home, large selection of toys. Call PO. 1-6513. THAYER baby buggy, 15. 1480 East th st. RE. 1-5126.________________ MOSSBERG .22 model 144 7 clip bolt action, repeater rifle, like new, make offer. RE. 1-1706 after 6 p. m. BOWLING ball, womans Brunswick, 13 lbs. 15, very good condition, with new c—KE. 1-0363. GUTTAU 5 banjo 10 womans white kid ball bearing roller skates, size 6, brand new 15 gas heating stove 10 gas ra 15. LI. 1-0 __________ MEDALLai I, coated EkL., synchron ized with Kolart automatic flash gun case, complete $85. KE. 1-7406 after 6 p. m.__________________________ EXA 2.9 ritar, case, adapter, sun shade, col conversion filters, like new 65 also modern gray davenport, mohair 25. KE. 1-7408 after 6 p. m. WILL swap 1940 Mercury with 1950 Ford motor for gas floor furnace or bathroom fixtures. RE. 2-9242 or RE. 1-4050.___________________________ BOVS roller and ice skates, size 9, new, both for 20. RE. 1-6833. HiuH chair 2.50 Grand stove 50 old fashioned round dining table 5 y 1^* Ford. IV. 1-0754. W ,I mo bike, good running condition Lionel train equipment, call SatUL__ys, KE. 1-1290. CEMETERY LOTS 2 IN EAST CLEVELAND CEMETERY Call EVorgreen 1-6969 BABY crib 10 high chair 6 baby Tenda 10 extension li era 10 monton coat, size 12-14. -J, all in exet tnt condition. EV. 1-' 6U4 SI ndatior ’i y ned, p-.h, •.■■■■• t- Louise Dory. UL. 1-fiKM or U. SYRACUSE LANDSCAPERS ____________________SAND'-GRAVEL-GRADING-DISCINGFILL WHOLESALE AND BETAIL 24 HOUR SERVICE LARGE LOAD $14.00 FREE ESTIMATES REdwood 1-8762 CEMENT WORK OF ALL KINDS GOOD WORKMANSHIP Phil Berardinelli IVanhoe 1-7383 If No Answer Call KE. 1-5685 n Cement, Asphalt and Slap 6 East 161st st. off Waterloo rd. 953 EAST 147th st., two room sui with private entrance, twin beds, two quiet_men. 2 LIGHT housekeeping rooms, for or 2 gentlemen. 15007 Pepper at GL. 1-8140. SLEEPING room for employed lad kitchen privilege call after FOR SALE—Miscellaneous DRIVEWAYS Basement Fleers and Sidewalks IV. 1-6711._____________________i•ip.6 For Free Estimates, CaD Unbardo N. 1-4526 CONCRETE i Drive*, Garage Fleers, Basements and Walks NEW, OLD or REPAIR WORK Reasonable, Free Estimate*- A. JAMNIK IVanhoe 1*7456 Asphalt and Cement OUR Engagement and Wedding Book, The Bride’s Book, Guest Book, at The SCOOP. 814 East 152nd st., open to 6 o. m., daily.__________________CONTRACTOR i TWO storm windows 30*ix58’2, stand ard combination storm door. KE. 1-4416.___________________________ BOYS 24-in. bike, very good condition good buy for Christmas at 22. PO. 1-8115.___________________________ PIAaO. good condition 25 Call LI. 1-4150._____________________________ 2 AMERICAN Flyer engines. 9 cars, transformers, track, switches. 145 list $75 takes all. KE. 1-4451 after 5:30._____________________________ CORDWOOD IVanhoe 1-4441 TWO combination storm doors, good col tion, 30x80'4 5 36x80ia 7. RE. !-(_. -H, __________________________ ELECTRld train on plywood 20. KE. l-3078.r________________________ WESTINGHOUSE electric roaster with broiler, reasonable furnace hot air controls. GL. 1-2154.______________ COMPLETE outfit- of H-O gauge scale model railroading equipment, will sell separately or as a unit. KE. 1-4964 after 4 p. m.____________________ BOYS bicycle, 26-in., in good condition or will trade for girls or boys 20-in. FREE ESTIMATES A. MRAM0R 400 East 270th Street RE. 1*5524 Evenings KEnmore 1-1644 8 A. M. to 5 P. M. RUDY DOLENC CEMENT CONTRACTOR DRIVEWAYS, BASEMENTS We Specialize in Garage Floors Free Estimates IV. 1*0858 PLASTERING TELEVISION.train New Work. Alteration*, Patching Call for Free Estimates ANTHONY MODICA WL 3*3661 WL 3-3064 _____ PATCH ELECTRIC PLASTERING w Repairs of All Kinds Reasonable KE. 1-8635 or KE. 1-8106 JOHN ZUPANCIC Cement Contractor Driveways. Basements. Sidewalks KE. 1-4993 ESTIMATES RELIABLE CEMENT WORK PROMPT SERVICE FREE ESTIMATES Call IV. 1-3352 FOB SALE—Miscelltuieous GREETING cai for all occasi i. styled by E mark. Rust :. Norcross. Vol land, at The SCOOP 814 East 152nd st. 4x4 STORM -ch, gas tank, and Cin derella wa-.^r. IV. 1-8425. u PARAKEETS, males 6 weeks. Cobalt, healthy, talking strain, $8- RE- 1-1307 7 momings. 4 STORM rs, 1 set Alsco alu 1 combinev.v,n, to fit 24 inch mYT doors, 2 years old $50. KE. 1-3174 1 after 6 p. m. BOXER 7,i months old. fawn colored male boy* Chicago roller skates, size 5 $9, like new man* black motor cycle *style leather jacket, aize 40, never worn 22. KE. 1-0326 evenings. EASY S^in Dr^er her1, cup plunger ACCORDION, 120 good condition. PO. 1-3294. HOCKTAIL FENDER skirts for 51 Pontiac, original equipment, used 1 month 12. RE. 1-9242. MAPLE twin or bunk beds, large tri cycle. 2 dool buggies, ladles clothes size 16. RE. 1-1676. GIRLS bi le, rea e. KE. 1-4 ONE-HALF h.p. motor and cc ires sor 30 2 h.p. motors and cc res son 8 each h.p. motors 4 each. GL. 1-2450 or LI. 1-4244. 3 C' SHION Lawson sofa, 1 wi tray fnr.ge. also baby bug?” IV. 1-v^Ll. FOUR 3x7-ft. used ii -ide doors 3— 2i 1. coal furnaces with automatic rols, 36-in. Magic Chef table top stove. IV. 1-2472. PIANO and lamp. 1281 East 169th. LIKE new I tel diesel freight train set, sw ies. 100 pi s of track. It first 1 ta it. RE. 16. WI !'E 31 el sink with back 1 gcud n,,- ce ge Z5 14 1-’ •.•_. TRIMBLE COMBINATION V»nd ,i'n d-o-* with aluminum insert o.oxk.6, .9x3 S ft 18 each. ST. 2-1758. Thursday, November 12, 19& EXPERT TREE SURGERY Protect your grand old tree* against' winter's ravages. Our scientific care i* your assurance of lasting beauty. Pruning Removal Injuries Repaired Diseas* halted Insect control Maddock Landscaping and Tree Service, Inc. Ulster 1-3990 MEntor 7-7580 TOPSOIL LARGE LOAD FILL DIRT LAWN nu MU. 1-4887 AL PINTO TOPSOILFERTILE LARGE LOAD Cow Manure Humus Topsoil by the Bushel S*,. KE. 1-5166 Cement Work OF ALL KINDS TONT OARGIULO 727 East 155th St. IV. 1-1658 "^7.'.'. PATCH PLASTERIN6 PAPER REMOVING PAPERHANGING PAINTING IN AND OUT SWeetbriar 5-4952 WHITE JAFFRAY Plastering Co. 32322 Lake Shore WL 3-3050 FOB SALE—Miscellaneous 12*j-in Admiral console 2 electric transformers, small coal stove. Husky boys clothes. 1st Communion suit, mattress and spring (orsingle bed, lawnmower. KE. 1-7279. vi :s, best blooming va AFRICANreas rieties, ibly priced 5190 Rich I rd., north of Highland. KE. 1* •‘J. LTERATIONS on dresses, coats, also remodelings. GL. 1-0031. wire and pipe table top stove, Grand. PO. 1-2568, r^P^ING invitation* engraved. Thermographed (raised letterings ?Mndelt The SCOOP‘ 814 Ea’t Apples Special Bod and Yellow Delicious Apple* at Wholesale Medium Size $3.50 Bu. Extra Large $5.50 Bu. sn afternoon* and al! day Sat. 6 Sun. Sorter's Fruit Farm '. Chardon & Bishop Rd*. (Bl $ & 14) ICYCLE, 26 Schwinn, new tires, bas LI. 1-8078. roc horsed $5^ man’s hockey skates, size 11 $5 lady's bowling shoes, size 8*/^, 2. IV. 1-2659. RAND new Ford battery, must take loss. Apply 823 East 152nd st. and »troller, reasonable. U1Z I*o0o7._______ EICA camera. Model 11, price 895~ l/20th to 1/500th, will consider used portable typewriter as --rt trade. 441-D Kenwood dr., Eu(: u. 88 :il Colum tank type bicycle, MU. 1-1 -ABY’Ssideboys’kets.inch JLU5?.' 8 week*, beautiful buffs, AKC Champion sired. Norbill’s Dandy-man. LI. 1-0281. black. 120 bass, reason- xCCORDION, able. UL. 1-1182. fASHER 15 apartment size washer 10 men's Chicago skates, size 10, 5. 2B" bicycle 5 sidewalk bicycle 8. sid*nrm water heater, thermostat co ol, 8. KE. 1-6484. AND inted Lord's Supper nlaaue reaso:. ile. PO. 1-1670. USED bicycles, boys, good condi tio— girls, fair, both for 10. KE. TRr I, 1950, 14 i Platent Ui rwc 2653 Pri ton rd., Cleveland Heights. UNTING outfit, jacket, ~--ts, socks flannel shirt, size 42 chi ie revolv ing hall tree man's gray suit, pm striped, size 42. IV. 1-3825 artcr 3:30 p. m._________________ OMBINATION storm door, 36x80, clean double bed spring. KE. table. 2 crystal lamps, smoke stand, Americana encyclope dia 54 inch sink with faucets 20 collector’s s si ns cot ’ete set of Presi I sp is 2 ai jue silver frames Z th lio-record player 2 pair da ik peg new Cory knife sharpener: Victorian chair earner*. RE. 1-6822. UITAR, Harmony, .'erey, Span ish with case rnrf ins’ actions, good condit 11 a, 25. I 1 1-.31 ’1. HOTGUN, ip, Bri ning pat. 12 gauge. 35. East 132 st. Apt. 2 AR radio for 1941 Pontiac, and 3 fish aquariums. GL. 1 ***95. OCKER spaniel, ligreedfemale, black, 7 i i old. RE. 1-3606. LE, 20 good condi 12. KE 1-38 after 4 p. m. EMINGTON Ri i office ty vriter, cost over 180, I for 80, new. GL. 1-1574. kiM* bathinette, like new. t. RE. 1- i. _____ iaRK player piano, reasonable. 486 Cleveland rd. LI. 1-2119.