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STOP IN AT
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The Euclid Vets Home
FOR INFORMATION ON DONATIONS
Call REdwood 1-6404
or
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PERME'S, 720 East 152nd Street
VFW POST 2929, 527 East 140th Street
SON CLEANERS, 406 East 156th Street
SKEBE PLUMBING, 15611 Waterloo Road
LONGFELLOW MARKET, 609 East 140th Street
BUTCH'S PLACE, 799 East 152nd Street
NOTTINGHAM WINERY, 17721 Waterloo Road
BILL'S CLOTHES, Five Points
STAN SAYS", 812 East 152nd Street
MODEL HOME, East 214th off Miller
OPEN FROM 9:00 A.M. TO 5:00 P.M.
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To Be Awarded On Thursday,
NOVEMBER 26,1953
11:00 P.
Award To Be Made at 1300 East 260th Street
Public Invited To Attend!
It Can Be Yours For $^00
DONATION TO THE
EUCLID VETERAN'S CLUB BUILDING
AND WELFARE FUND
Fred Scharr
EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
East Cleveland Leader
A Newspaper of General Circulation
in Cuyahoga County
Eitabllihed 1941
Published Every Thursday By
Collinwood Publishing Company
Publishers of
EUCLID NEWS-JOURNAL and
The SCOOP
General Offices and Plant
814 East 152nd Street
GLenville 1-4383
C. E. BOWMAN----------------------- Editor
ELSA C. BERG ...........Associate Editor
R. L. FOULKE________Busineu Mgr.
ROBT. W. MURPHY Asst. Mgr.
All Terrace
Euclid Traffic
Is 6-1 Ratio
The Division records show some
interesting figures concerning traf
fic on Euclid ave. and Terrace rd.,
two parallel streets which carry
the blunt of east-west traffic
through the city.
In comparing traffic figures,
points out Sgt. William Hartford
of the Traffic Division, a num
ber of factors must be kept in
mind. Among these are the width
of the street, its type, the district
through it passes, the presence or
absence of school zones, and
whether it is straight or winding.
Euclid ave. is a straight-away,
68-feet wide thoroughfare. It has
two school zones, passes through
a commercial district, has a care
fully timed traffic signal system,
and offers the new left-turn lane.
Terrace rd. is a 24-feet wide
street, winding through a strictly
residential neighborhood. It has
one hospital and four school zones.
East-west traffic flow on Euclid
ave. average 35,000 cars every 24
hours. The average peak load
comes between the hours of 3:00
and 4:00 p. m. when an average
of 22,000 cars travel this street.
Terrace rd. shows a traffic flow
of 5.733 cars every 24 hours. The
Terrace rd. peak load comes be
tween the hours of 4:00 and 6:00
p. with an average of 524 cars
per hour during the two hour rush
pe:iod.
These figures, boiled down, point
a six to one comparison ratio, the
68 feet wide Euclid ave. carrying
cais to one on the 24 feet wide
lei iace id.
'cents
reported from the two
cis
during the ten-month
oe ‘od is interesting in that it too
'•!5ov closely the six to one traf
fiic
How ratSo.
From January
the’e v. e' e
1st to November
341 “damage to
“damage to prop-
and y’\ accidents report
'd on Ei J:d ave. During the same
uei iod their were 51 “damage to
■nopeny” and niue “damage to
opcity and injury "accidents re
ar ced ioni Ten ace rd.
He and that better time can
made in traveling Euclid ave.
In reference to the left turn
xecnily inaugurated as a really
•’ew traffic idea, the pattern has
iow
been in effect here long
enough to prove that it does keep
raffic moving.
It is interesting to note that the
City of Cleveland Traffic Division
is going to try out the East Cleve
land left-turn jilan. It has chosen
Superior ave. from 12th st., East
to 55th st. as the testing zone,
that being a wide street, permit
'ing space for the extra lane
needed at intersections for left
turning. It can be effective only
on a wide street.
Should the try-out prove success
ful, in all probabilities Cleveland
will adopt the left turn lane
other wide thoroughfares.
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Personals
Miss Louise Baker, 14600 Euclid
ave., is spending the holiday week
end with friends in Findlay, Ohio.
Home for Thanksgiving is Paul
Izant, son of Mr. and Mrs. George
Izant, 3402 Winsford rd. Mr. Izant
resides in Westfield, N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Unger of 942
Dresden rd. will have as their
Thanksgiving guests, Mr. and
Mrs. Harper Reynolds of Fuller
ton, Calif. The Reynolds’ family
formerly resided on Nela View rd.
and are here to visit former
friends and neighbors.
It will be a complete family get
together at the Arthur Green
woods, 13512 Graham rd., Thanks
giving Day. In addition to their
sons and daughters in law. Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Greenwood and
daughter, Kay and Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Greenwood and daughter,
Jane here at home, daughter Joan
is flying in from Denver.
is
A continuing traffic study
maintained by the Traffic Division
of the East Cleveland Police De
partment, with records being com
piled in all phases of traffic. These
records prove of valuable assis
tance in determining highway
speeds, location of signals, and
other vital aids to safety.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reed have
gone to New York to spend
Thanksgiving with their daughter
and her family.
Mrs. Fred Lewron of 1736 North
Noble rd. was called to Wellsville,
Ohio, Sunday by the illness of a
relative.
Mrs. Thomas H. Sant of Cincin
nati was the week-end guest of
the Misses Elsa and Pauline Berg
of 14600 Euclid ave. Mrs. Sant is
just home from a summer spent in
Switzerland.
There will be a new member of
the family present when Mr. and
Mrs. Robt. A. Young of 1,660 East
133rd st. have the family Thanks
giving Day dinner. It will be their
son, Kevin Paul Clark, born No
vember Sth. Present also will be
the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Dwight Young of Pittsburgh (for
merly of Elm ave., East Cleve
land), and Mr. and Mrs. James
Clark of 14412 Alder ave., East
Cleveland. Great grandmother
Young will also be present.
Among the Korea veterans who
arrive in San Francisco Sunday
was Pfc. Kenneth P. Garret whose
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Garrett
of 13902 Coit rd., are eagerly
awaiting his homecoming. Kenneth
has been in service 18 months, a
year of it in Korea.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Chodzin,
13430 Hartford rd., announce the
birth of a girl, Nancy Jean. No
vember 14th at St. Luke’s Hospi
tal. Mr, Chodzin is the former
June Blackburn.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Janies W.
Herrings haw, 1306 East 143rd st.
a son, Janies Edwin, November
16th.
i
Based on these statistics, plus
he fact that Terrace rd is often
legged at the main intersections
of Lee and Taylor rd., keeping
motorists waiting up to three
phts, the traffic division* is of the
‘iiion that winding Terrace rd.
i carrying its full complement of
i
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