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RESOLUTION NO. 1421
By: Mr. Sutter
AN EMERGENCY RESOLU
TION TO ACCEPT FOR
RECORD ONLY THE PLAT
FOR THE DEDICATION OF
HARTSHORN ROAD FROM
EDDY ROAD TO A POINT
APPROXIMATELY TWO
HUNDRED AND FOUR
FEET NORTHEASTERLY
THEREFROM.
WHEREAS, an emergency exists
for the immediate preservation of
the public peace, property, health
and safety, the emergency being
to provide an essential street be
tween Eddy Road and Hartshorn
Road.
NOW. THEREFORE, BE IT
RESOLVED by the Commission of
“(bl:
Director of Welfare
•Director of Health
Sanitary Inspector
•Physicians. Babies’ Dispensary
Administrative Assistant &
Purchasing Agent 5.500.00
Executive Assistant 4,500.00
•Tax Consultant------------------------------ 90.00
•Members, Civil Service Commission. 50.00
be and the same is hereby amended to read as follow
Director of Welfare
•Director of Health
Sanitary Inspector ...............
•Physicians, Babies’ Dispensary
Administrative Assistant &
Purchasing Agent '.—
Executive Assistant
•Tax Consultant
•Members, Civil Service Commission
Fund
Bond Retirement
Fund .......... 56,649.00
General Fund ... 179,799.00
Firemen’s Pension
Fund _____ __—
Police Relief
and be it further
the City of East Cleveland, Ohio,
four-fifths of all members elected
thereto concurring.
SECTION 1: That the plat,
dated July 18, 1952, for the dedi
cation of Hartshorn Road from
Eddy Road to a point approxi
mately two hundred and four (204)
feet northeasterly therefrom, be
ing a part of Sublots Nos. 16 and
43 in Arthur M. Gordon’s Forest
Hill Boulevard Subdivision of part
of Original Newburg Township
One Hundred Acre Lot No. 382, as
shown by recorded plat in Volume
53 of Maps. Page 13, of Cuyahoga
County Records, now located in
the City of East Cleveland, State
of Ohio, be and the same is hereby
approved for record only.
SECTION 2: That the Director
ORDINANCE NO. 4843
By: Mr. Fellows
AN EMERGENCY ORDINANCE TO AMEND SEC
TION 1 b) OF ORDINANCE NO. 4/91, PASSED
MARCH 16, 1954, AND BEING THE SALARV
ORDINANCE, SO CALLED. OF THE CITY OF
EAST CLEVELAND AND REPEALING-ORDI
NANCE NO. 4818, PASSED SEPTEMBER 21, 1954.
WHEREAS, an emergency exists for the immediate preservation
of the public peace, property, health and safety and for the usual
dailv operation of a municipal department.
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 1 (b) of Ordinance No. 4791, Passed
March 16. 1954, and entitled: “An Emergency Ordinance to re-establish
salaries, wages, and compensations of the employees of the City of
East Cleveland and repealing Ordinance No. 4691, passed December 19,
1952 Ordinance No. 4741. passed August 25, 1953: and all other ordi
nances or parts of ordinances inconsistent herewith,” which Section
1 (b) reads as follow
___ annually
SECTION 2: That Ordinance No. 4818, passed September
and entitled: “An Emergency Ordinance to amend Section 1 (b) of
Ordinance No. 4791, passed March 16, 1954, and being the Salary
Ordinance, so called, of the City of East Cleveland,’’ be and the same
is hereby repealed.
SECTION 3: That this ordinance 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 oper
ation of a municipal department, and provided it receives the affirma
tive vote of four-fifths of all members elected to the City Commission,
it shall take effect and be in force on and after January 1, 1955 other
wise, it shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest
period allowed by law.
PASSED: Dec. 28, 1954
Attest: /s/ G. T. Apthorp
Clerk of the Commission
Published January 6, 1955
RESOLUTION NO. 1420
By: Mr. Fellows
A RESOLUTION ACCEPTING THE AMOUNTS
AND RATES AS DETERMINED BY THE BUDGET
COMMISSION AND AUTHORIZING THE NECES
SARY TAX LEVIES AND CERTIFYING THEM TO
THE COUNTY AUDITOR.
WHEREAS, this Commission in accordance with the provisions
of law has previously adopted a Tax Budget for the next succeeding
fiscal year commencing January 1st, 1955, and
WHEREAS, the Budget Commission of Cuyahoga County, Ohio,
has certified its action thereon to this Commission together with an
estimate by the County Auditor of the rate of each tax necessary to
be levied by this Commission, and what part thereof is without, and
what part within the ten mill tax limitation therefore be it
RESOLVED, by the Commission of the City of East Cleveland,
Ohio, that the amounts and rates, as determined by the Budget Com
mission in its certification, be and the same are hereby accepted and
be it further
RESOLVED, that there be and is hereby levied on the tax dupli
cate of said City the rate of each tax necessary to be levied within
and without the ten mill limitation as follows:
SCHEDULE A
Summary of amounts required from general property tax approved
by Budget Commission and County Auditor’s estimated tax rates.
Amount
Amount to be
Fund ... 24,630.00 .3
Permanent Improve.
Fund__ _____ 82.100.00 1
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annually
annually
annually
monthly
$4,080.00
5,400.00
4,560.00
60.00
$1,000.00
annually
annually
monthly
annually'
$4,080.00 annually
annually
annually
monthly
5,400.00
4,560.00
60.00
$1,000.00
5.500.00
4,800.00
90.00
50.00
annually
annually
monthly
21, 1954.
County Auditor's
Estimate of Tax
Approved by
Derived From Budget Com- Rate to be Levied
Levies Outside mission Inside Inside Outside
10 Mill 10 Mill 10 Mill 10 Mill
Limitation
Limitation Limit Limit
$256,152.00
$318,548.00 $305,412.00 3.72 3.
RESOLVED, that the Clerk of this Commission be, and he is
hereby directed to certify a ropy of this Resolution to the County
Auditor of said Countv.
PASSED: Dec. 28, 1954
Attest: -8/ G. T. Apthorp
Clerk of the Commission
Published January 6, 1955
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24,630.00
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SKULLY'S AMOCO SERVICE
790 East 185th St IVanhoo 1-8755
BILL FILSMGER SERVICE
14339 St Clair Ave. Liberty 1*9874
KOHLER CITIES SERVICE
2838 Noble Road EVergreen 1*9817
CITIES SERVICE STATION
14702 Lake Shore Blvd. KEnmore 1-9841
of Finance be and he is hereby
authorized to cause said plat to
be recorded.
SECTION 3: That this resolu
tion is hereby declared to be an
emergency measure necessary for
the immediate preservation of the
public peace, property, health and
safety, the emergency being to
provide an essential street between
Eddy Road and Hartshorn Road,
and provided it receives the affirm
ative vote of four-fifths of all
members elected to the City Com
mission, 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: Dec. 28, 1954
Attest: /s/ G. T. Apthorp
Clerk of the Commission
Published January 6, 1955
RESOLUTION NO. 1433
By: Mr. Broer
AN EMERGENCY RESOLU
TION DECLARING IT
NECESSARY TO CON
STRUCT OR REPAIR CER
TAIN SIDEWALKS IN THE
CITY OF EAST CLEVE
LAND.
WHEREAS, an emergency exists
for the immediate preservation of
the pubic peace, property, health
and safety, the emergency being
to provide for the immediate con
struction or repair of dangerous
sidewalk conditions in the City of
East Cleveland.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT
RESOLVED by the Commission of
the City of East Cleveland, Ohio,
four-fifths of all members elected
thereto concurring.
SECTION 1: That pursuant to
Section 729.02 G.C., it is hereby
declared necessary to construct or
repair certain sidewalks in the
City of East Cleveland in accord
ance with the records on file in
the office of the City Engineer.
SECTION 2: That the Clerk of
the Commission be and he is here
by directed to cause a written
notice of the passage of this reso
lution to be served upon the owner
or agent of the owner of each
parcel of land abutting on such
sidewalk proposed to be con
structed or repaired in the manner
provided by law.
SECTION 3: That this resolu
tion is hereby declared to be an
emergency measure providing for
the impiediate preservation of the
public peace, property, health and
safety, the emergency being to
provide for the immediate con
struction or repair of dangerous
sidewalk conditions in the City of
East Cleveland, 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: January 3rd, 1955.
Attest: G. T. Apthorp
Clerk of the commission
Published January 6, 1955
ORDINANCE NOi 4839
By: Mr. Broer
AN EMERGENCY ORDI
NANCE ACCEPTING FOR
DEDICATION A PARCEL
O A N EXTENDING
FROM EDDY ROAD NORTH
EASTERLY APPROXIMATE
LY TWO HUNDRED AND
FOUR FEET TO HART
SHORN ROAD.
WHEREAS, an emergency exists
for the immediate preservation of
the public peace, property, health
and safety, the emergency being
to provide an essential street be
tween Eddy Road and Hartshorn
Road.
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 a parcel of
land extending from Eddy Road
approximately two hundred and
four (204) feet northeasterly to
Hartshorn Road, being a part of
Sublots Nos. 16 and 43 in Arthur
M. Gordon’s Forest Hill Boulevard
Subdivision of part of Original
Newburg Township One Hundred
Acre Lot No. .382, as shown by the
recorded plat in Volume 53, Page
13 of Cuyahoga County Records,
now located in the City of East
Cleveland. State of Ohio, as shown
by plat dated July 18, 1952 and
recorded in Volume Page
of Cuyahoga County Map Records,
be and the same is hereby accepted
for dedication for use as a public
highway, being the plat approved
for record only by Resolution No.
1420, passed December 28, 1954.
SECTION 2: 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, the emergency being to
nrovide an essential street between
Eddy Road and Hartshorn Road,
and provided it receives the affirm
ative vote of four-fifths of all
members elected to the City Com
mission, it shall take effect and be
in force from and after its pass
age otherwise, it shall take effect
and be in force from and after the
earliest period allowed by law.
PASSED: Dec. 28, 1954
Attest: /s/ G. T. Apthorp
Clerk of the Commission
Published January 6, 1955
BUSINESS OPPOBTUNITIES
BEVERAGE store, C-2 carry-out very
^reasonable. Telephone GL 1-0817
LOWER shop on East side, low rent,
will sacrifice. MU. 1-3068.
SELLING
TOUR BUSINESS?
WE HAVE CASH BUYERS
FREE APPRAISAL SERVICE
KL-AY CO.
259 East 156th St IV. 1-2301
LOST
LADY’S Benrus Embraceable watch.
December 31st Richmond -Euclid
Sh ■, 4 Center, reward. KE. i- V-72.
GLA~^„. brown frames, vi__.ity
Euclid High School, reward. IV.
1- 1176.
FUR piece lost, 3 skins, Baum-Marten,
vii :ty Graham and Hartford off
Hi.. ien New Year's Eve reward. WI.
2- 4975 after 5JG p. m., 35736 Lake*
land blvd.
la GRG 1 V female kitten, grey color,
East w'h at. vicinity, betwc-- Shaw
and U tford, reward. LI. 1 '.'.MJ.
TRADE
WILL swap 36-1 i boy’s and girl’s
bicycles for 3l ch airl’s or boy’s
bi* les, swap skee machine for
wlux have you. LI. 1 „36.
FOB SALE—Miscellaneous
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING BY
PHONE 75c MINIMUM, CASH
WITH ADVERTISEMENT 60c
MINIMUM. MUST BE IN OUR
OFFICE BEFORE NOON WEDNES
DAY.___________________________
BICYCLES, 26-in., one boy’s and one
girl’s. Mercury super deluxe, knee
action, whitewalls, chrome rima,
horn, lights, stand and carrier still
in box, can't use sells for 882, irs
for 845 each. One used boy’s bii le,
26-in., good cone Jn, 85 two rs,
1 h.p. 3 phase, each oil hi :r,
1-room size for garage or workshop,
_S5. 1938 Haverhill rd. IV. 1-9424.
BEST BUY on
BICYCLES
AT
SAYLER SERVICE
788 East 185th Street
VARIETY-HOBBY shop selling out all
stock and fixtures, new and used
items, bird cage, motors, fishing
equipment, radiant clothes dryer,
golf balls, floor fan, cameras, cloth
ing, American Flyer train parts,
16 mm. movie film, baby buggies,
bathinette, gas model motors, toys,
knick-knacks, rhinestone jewelry
kits, sport items, jokes, bowling ball,
cash register, counters, tables, 2 pea
nut machines, pop corn machine,
plus many other items. Open till
8 daily, 11219 St. Clair ave.
ONE 12-16 truck tarpaulin 1 pair
man's roller skates, size 8 1 pair
man’s ice skates, size 8 1 pair ladies'
roller skates, size 6 one 17-in. RCA
console TV. special solid walnut cab
inet. Moving, must sell, RE. 1-0340.
JANUARY SPECIAL!
CUSTOM SLIPCOVERS
AND DRAPERIES
LABOR FREE
ADAM SLIPCOVERS
REdwood 1-9950 or REdwood 1-4174
IRISH Setter female, A.K.C. reg.,
proven brood matron, well trained.
EV. 2-3084._______________________
OUR Engagement and Wedding Book,
The Bride Book, Guest Book at The
SCOOP, 814 East 152nd st.
GIFT Wrappings for large packages,
continuous sheet, size 26x40, cut the
paper to fit the gift. The SCOOP,
814 East 152nd st.________________
VENETIAN blinds, 9 1 bay window
size, 8 assorted. YE. 2-6907.
TEN radiant gas heater, 810 indirect
lighting fixture, $5. GL. 1-6791,
RINGS, engagement, wedding and
man's wedding ring. 14204 Mayfair
ave.. East Cleveland, after 6 p. m.
BUICK car radio, excellent condition,
$20 near Euclid Beach. IV. 1-9182.
200-LB. BARBELL. 2 hand bells ex
cellent exercise for any man. RE.
1-3152.
BATHTUB, cast iron, with base, pedes
tal lavatory 30-in. porcelain sink:
all with fittings, aM used. Price 835
for lot TV. l-06»6.
40% OFF
ON ALL
CHRISTMAS
LEFT OVERS
Stcakich
FURNITURE CO.
16305 Waterloo Road
LEAVING town, will sell Westinghouse
roaster with stand, primer and
broiler, in good condition, $35 porch
glider with plastic cushions, 815
large size Hendryx cage for para
keets. on stand, good condition. 812
kitchen table and 4 chairs, $12 large
tool chest 2 linen damask table
cloths. 2’A and 3'a yards, with dozen
napkins set of dinnerware, Nippon
china Sunbeam mixmaster with ad
ditional tools. $15 Waring blender.
S10. 1244 Fast J42nd st.
PERSONALIZED napkins, matches.
coasters, stirrers, for engagements,
weddings, anniversaries, new homes,
etc. The SCOOP, 814 East 152nd St.
KINDLING wood, call evenings, KE.
1-312L___________________________
CRAFTSMAN disc sander with case.
Cal! KE. 1-5525 after 6 or Saturday.
SPENCER foundation garments, indi
vidually designed: phone for appoint
ment, Louise Dory, MU. 1-3224 or
CH. 1-6632.
AUCTION every Saturday evening at
7 p. m., dance hall, turn your sur
plus merchandise into cash, pickup
service aranged. Call Temple 4-8100,
Burton Fairgrounds.
Use Your Christmas
Money far a Good
PROJECTOR
To Show Your Christmas and New Year's
Slides To Best Advantage
I
Slide Projector TDC Mainliner "300"
With Semimatic SfiA KA
Slid* Changer
Harpster Audio
Visual Equipment
13902 Euclid UL. 1-0121
Opposite Wind-A-Meer Theatre
Special Representative and
Service Station for Bell 6 Howell
SINK. 42-in., Korok top, 830. UL.
1-6361.________________ __________
THAYTTi bT buggy, good condition,
86 ski men’s, size 11, 4. RE.
_J 07.__________________
CGAl furnace oil conversion burner.
double speed blower with 2 filters,
corrp’nte with all controls: in ex
cell condition. TE. 1-9273.
SI wind/ and screens and
i "m door screen. RE. 1-8316.
FTTFCTRIC rolling pin for reducing.
slightly used. KE. 1-1490 after 6
p. m.
Bl ND new set of Journey Through
ikland paid 873, sell 850. MU.
1-1017. ________________________
THREE overhead Bryant he-**trs, very
reasonable. Call East II i Street
Bowlin' Center, 770 Ea». *85th st.
IV. 1-4 s._________________________
TV. 14 -y buggy, like new 6-ft.
is ___.’lay case, can be used as
1 ,i case. RE. 1-2775.
LARGE house, 3x6x3 ft. u***h,
with V' bule, can be disassem 1
oner. TV. 1- 2.
.. ABLE t' i rwr ’, Underwood
case. 830- Call after 6 p. m.,
1-5298.
EAST CLEVELAND LEADED
CEMENT
WORK
Of All Kindi
GOOD WORKMANSHIP
LIBERT & JOHN
PICCIANO
KE. 1-1261 UL. 1-5152
CEMENT
WORK
OF ALL KINDS
GOOD WORKMANSHIP
Phil Berardinelli
IVcmhoe 1-7383
If No Answer Call KE. 1-5685
Asphalt and Cement
CONTRACTOR
FREE ESTIMATES
A. MRAMOR
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 WL 2-0297
MASONRY
FIREPLACE SPECIALIST
Construction work goes on all year
long. Commercial work doesn't stop
because of winter. Why should you?
Instead, take advantage of reduced
rates. Winter repair work is just as
strong, just as neat but much
cheaper. Call for information.
T. A. Hubbard KE. 1-5504
AU Work Guaranteed
IRTYHRN
PLASTERING
WL 3-3050
All Types Work Estimates Free
FOR SALE—Miscellaneous
RECONDITIONED
SINGER
ELECTRIC
SEWING
MACHINES
12 MACHINES TO GO AT
$15.95
S Years Free Service In Your Home
Call GL. 1-3716
STORM windows, wood frame, nine
20x14, three 28x20. IV. 6-1050 or
PO. 1-5165._______________________
3 RADIANT gas heaters, 85 and 86
each speed lathe and motor on legs,
no toy, $48 baby scale, 86 stock
and dies, 1!«, V/a, 2-inch, never used.
$8. 719 East 127th st., UL. 1-1540.
WHITE Star range, Thor washer, Apex
refrigerator. Royal vacuum cleaner,
aluminum stovepipe, Underwood
typewriter, Coal Master stoker. PO.
1-3763._____________ ._____________
PAYMASTER check writer, nearly
new 2 cylinder air compressor 12*2
inch and 16 inch television sets or
will trade for amplifier. KE. 1-9386,
KE. 1-4185.________________
FEDERAL enlarger lady's Chicago
roller skates, size 5*2 ice skates,
size 6 doll house with furniture
Presto pressure cooker, 4-quart
__jig-saw. RE. 1-6749._________________
ADDING machines and typewriters,
$25 up, guaranteed, rented and re
paired, cheap. Call day or night,
Neides. PR. 1-2020._____ _________
LARGE chest of drawers, alao small
fans, flowers, vases, be in. Mason
jars, conference table, ice chair.
IV. 1-3370.
FOB SALE-APPLIANCES
ELECTROLUX gas refrigerator, very
Olean, 6 cubic foot unit, 2 years
old. —. MU. 1-2138._________
WHIRL! OOL deluxe gas dryer. $100.
RE. 1-8824 or WI. 2-1725.___________
FREEZER. International Harvester, 11
cubic foot very fine condition.
S mon. 15445 Lake Shore blvd., IV.
1. 1.
TELEVISION
USED G-E, RCA, Hallicrafters. etc.
10 to 17-in. sizes. Delivered CAA
and GUARANTEED up
BERNIER'S Ulster 1-2700
ZENITH port^ b*e radio, $10. MU. 1-1017.
HOOVER wi. i er, apartment size, 1
year old A-l condition. IV. 1-5883
after 5:30 p. m.__________________
APEX washer, wringer type, good con
dition, I”* RE. 1-6264.___________
FRIGIDA? I electric range, 30 inch
model, very good condition, 2 years
old. Inquire 1322 Elwood rd.
REFRIGERATORS—Used
Servel, N—-e, Frigidalre Recondi
tioned, Di ered and tgg
GUARAN'rr.ED up
BERNIER'S Ulster 1-2700
BENDIX war’-rr, never used, won as
pri. n will rifice. RE. 1-2514.
PH :O refi or, 7 cu. ft., I
Jition, 1 1 year old, real
able. PO. 1-6772.__________________
TV. 16 Philcn ~~“-ole, good condi
boil. LI. 'l-5l.iG ____________
STOVE, 1 Magic good condi
tion I__ RE- 1
Improve Your Property
TREE
REMOVAL
and Trin$ming
I ALBERT KE. 1-7754
A & Tree Service
All Work Insured
FREE ESTIMATES
CORDWOOD FOR SALE
Liberty 1-5270
Snow Plowing
CHURCHES. PARKING AREAS.
DRIVEWAYS, ETC.
J. F. SCOTT RE. 1-9376
Jobbing and Contract Service
Clean Up Work
FACTORIES APARTMENTS
STORES
SLAG for Driveways and
Parking Lots
Ulster 1-4313
FOB SALE- APPLIANCES
CROSL1 freezer, 20 cu. ft., 6 months
old ). excellent condition. RE.
1-5376, call mornings.
RANGES Used
Gas and Electric Magic Chef. Hot
point Delivered and
GOA
GUARANTEED----------------up
BERNIERS Ulster 1-2700
MOVING, Bendix deluxe automatic
washer, 1 year old, excellent condi
tion. RE. 2-8537 after 5 p. m.
TAPPAN gas range, excellent condi
tion reasonable. RE. 1-4518.
REFRIGERATOR. G.E., 8 cu. ft., A-l
condition. SW. 5-7613.____________
DOMINION electric fryer, brand new,
$15. RE. 1-7939.___________________
GASINATOR, 6 months old. IV. 6-0029.
FRIGIDAIRE refrigerator, 1937 model,
good condition, cheap. IV. 1-6373.
Musical Instruments
ACCORDION. 120 bass. Hohner, A-l,
1^P7862_________
DAVE Gross, teacher of banjo, guitar,
mandolin and ukulele. RE. 2-8120.
FOR RENT
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING BY
PHONE 75c MINIMUM, CASH
WITH ADVERTISEMENT 60c
MINIMUM. MUST BE IN OUR
OFl'ICE BEFORE NOON WEDNES
DAY. _______________________
DOCTOR’S suite, 3 rooms, reception
room, includes all utilities new East
185th Medical Bldg., IV. 1-5686.
FURNISHED room for gentleman. 15712
Arcade ave.. KE. 1-8511.
ROOM, downstairs near bath, for em
ployed girl. LI. 1-0890, 874 East
_149th st. ________________________
LEAVING for Florida, will rent my
beautiful 7-room home furnished,
December to Aoril 15 th, prefer
adults, utilities furnished, $150 month.
RE. 1-8423.
2
LIGHT housekeeping rooms suitable
for 1 or 2 men. MU. 1-1893.______
5 ROOMS, bath, up, gas heat, adults.
492 East 149th st., KE. 1-0984.
SLEEPING room for gentleman. MU.
1-9459 or GL. 1-4399.
Comfort, Convenience
and Hospitality
GATE-WAY MOTEL
2986S Euclid Avenue
Winter weekly rates now in effect.
WL 3-526$
TWO nicely furnished rooms for
working couple only. Call GL.
1-3264.
3 ROOMS and bath, unfurnished,
adults, $70, including utilities. 19611
Tiverton rd., KE. 1-2909.
5 ROOMS up, unfurnished, redecorat
ed. gas heat, reasonable, white. 1110
East 147th st., MU. 1-7068.
17220 EUCLID ave., .3-bedroom duplex,
adults only, Call after 5 p. m., KE.
1- 5570.
EMPLOYED lady, home privileges,
garage. RE. 1-7811.
ROOM, 1 gentleman, sober. MU. 1-6948.
LAKE Shore blvd., 27760, 3li rooms
and bath. up. garage, adults only
no pets utilities furnished $110. RE.
2- 9167. ______________________
171 EAST 217th sU pleasant clean
rooms in quiet home for refined
persons near business and post of
fice references. RE. 1-5586.________
PRIVATE room with private i ance,
near Euclid Beach, $7 per u IV.
1-9182.
Hall Available
FOB WEDDINGS. MEETINGS,
PARTIES. ETC.
LUDWIG'S BARN
20160 Llndbeigh Ave. IV. 1-0628
3-ROOM apartment, unfurnished, utili
ties, employed couple, references.
CaU after 5 p. m„ KE. 1-6027.
ROOM, single, very clean. East 236th
at., off Lakeland blvd RE. 1-5173.
ROOM for gentleman. 11 IV. 1-6678.
ROOM for employed lady, kitchen
privileges. IV. 1-7999.
2 LARGE brick garages for rent, for
sales or storage, $10 each. 589 East
185th st. RE. 1-6370. ___________
ROOM for refined gentleman in Euclid.
RE. 2-0487._____________________
5 ROOMS up, 20651 Lake Shore. CaH
IV. 1-5477._________________________
MEN to share bachelor suite, kitchen
and bath. KE. 1-5559 after 4 p. in.
EUCLID, Ohio, 2 -~'m cottage, 3 men
or couple. WI. 38 _________
SLEEPING rooms on line, single
or double. 30425 Eu i ave., WI.
3-5438. ______________ ___________
4 ROOMS unfurnished, call after 4 JO
p. m., GL. 1-3126.__________________
FURNISHED floor, bath, private
entrance, co e or 2 working girls,
garage, reasonable. KE. 1-5725.
Available For
SOCIAL AFFAIRS, WEDDINGS.
MEETINGS, PARTIES
GUNN BLOCK
718 East 152nd St. GL. 1-2148
STORE off East 185th st., vicinity
Wete-'loo rd., $60 per month, inquire
be1 -en 3 and 7 p. m. IV. 1-9679.
ROOM with double bed. 1667 Wayside
rd., KE. 1-1406 after 4 p. m._____
3 C: AN n- ly de ited rooms,
shuiv bath ...th on Sylvia
ave., KE. 1-1564 a? t• 5 p. m.
sr.FF.PT room h1 off Lake
Shore i vd., near 1 ii mi st., ref
erences. KE. 1-590 ________
3 ROOMS neatly fu....jhed apartmenF,
adults, $t' IV. 1-6410.
NEAR East 131st st.-St. Cl sleeping
rooms, 1 single, 1 double L. 1-6347.
BISCAYNE
Window Cleaning Co.
WE SPECIALIZE IN
Window Cleaning, Wall Washing,
Wallpaper Cleaning, Woodwork,
Paint Scraping, Gutters Cleaned.
Complete Storm Window and
Screen Service Reasonable Rates.
Free EitimateB E O 1 OAO
Fully Insured rl C. I ZVz
FOR RENT
2 LARGE furnished rooms and bath,
third only. IV. 1-8278.
LIGHT ■■■.„’ rooms for gen
tleman, private entrance, garage. LI.
1-2254.
4 ROOMS completely furnished, *11
?tric kitchen, including television,
nity of Five Points, references
needed. CaU KE. 1-8401 or IV. 1-8483.
3-ROOM furnished apartment, couple
preferred. GL. 1-1688.
3 LIGHT isek ring rooms, fur
nished. 1 E 187th st., KE.
1-6517.
4 UNFURNISHED rooms, newly dec
orated, and garage, share bath, $50.
TV. 1-1384.
HALL FOR RENT
MEETINGS
WEDDINGS
PARTIES
LARGE PACKING SPACE
East Cleveland
American Legion Hall
15544 Euclid Avg.. at Colt Rd.
MU. 1-9649
2/3 ROOMS, furnished, private bath,
private entrance. 15521 Kipling ave.
5-ROOM upper, excellent condition,
gas furnace, $70, adults carpeting
for sale. GL. 1-7856 evenings.
GARAGE for rent. 827 East 147th st.,
LI. 1-2989.
3-ROOM furnished apartment. CaU 1V.
1-5527.
6 ROOMS furnished, *11 on 1 floor
garage. RE. 1-5960.
LIGHT housekeeping, front room, for
2 bath across hall laundry. PO.
-1-6026.
SLEEPING rooms. 14405 Saranac rd.,
single and double own entrance
parking.
2 ROOMS furnished, bedroom and
kitchen, gas. light, heat, $16 week.
GL. 1-3651.
SLEEPING room for gentleman, near
Eaton Axle and Fisher Body, off
East 140th st. PO. 1-9296.
SLi PING rooms, private entrance
private bath. 1191 East 125th st.,
GL. 1-6348 after 6 p. m., white.
COUPLE ONLY
Brick house, 19607 Nottingham Rd..
4 double bedrooms, gas heat, par
tially furnished, suitable for roomers,
S125 per month. Call
KEnmore 1-8000
FURNISHED rooms, 4-room apartment
and a light housekeeping room. RE.
1-5748 or PO. 1-1886.
953 EAST 147th st., twin beds, kitch
enette private entrance and parking.
For 2 quiet men.
3 FURNISHED light housekeeping
rooms, adults near Lake Shore blvd.
LI. 1-2033.
5 ROOMS, up, near transportation. Call
PO. 1-4010.
LOWER suite. 5 unfurnished rooms,
bath and garage, rent $75 a month
adults preferred. KE. 1-8234.
5 ROOMS, down adults preferred. RE.
2-8150 before 9 a. m. or after 7:30
p. m. RE. 1-6611 during the day.
5 VERY large rooms, $75 monthly ask
for Mr. George. Page Realty, 455
East 200th st.. KE. 1-1030.
SLEEPING rooms, $8 and $10 a week
kitchen privileges and telephone
service. GL. 1-2944.
2 FURNISHED rooms, down!'1 newly
decorated laundry private entrance.
1028 East 146th st., LI. 1-7611.
For Lease
Building, 1750 sq. ft. floor space,
front and rear entrances, automatic
oil heat suitable for garage, storage
or sales room located on Euclid ave.
in Wickliffe.
ROY MILLER
REALTOR
29340 Euclid Ave. WL 3-1266
NICELY furnished room in a new
home located between East 185th
Lake Shore blvd. near transporta
tion. IV. 1-6635.
SLEEPING room for gentleman, bath,
private entrance, garage. 873 East
144th st., PO. 1-1653.
NEAR East 222nd st., lovely large
room and bath employed lady
privileges $8. RE. 1-2948.
LAKE SHORE blvd., 14802. room for
lady or couple. IV. 6-0286.
VICINITY Lake Shore-East 185th st.,
4-room apartment, 3rd floor, stove,
refrigerator, gas heat adults. IV.
1-3981.
5 FURNISHED rooms in brick home
in Euclid. Ohio, off East 200th st.
adults only. Call IV. 1-8047 or RE.
1-5850.
NEW 2 family, upper 2 bedroom, near
East 210th and Lake Shore. RE.
1-8247 after 6 p. m.
2 FAMILY lower, 4’A rooms- (2 bed
rooms) ceramic tile bath, full base
ment, gas furnace, garage, $120 per
i ith. 440 East 222nd st. To see in
i phone Mr. Spielman, TV. 1-1581.
FURNISHED room, home privileges,
garage. PO. 1-1594.
WESTROPP ave., 5 rooms up, fur
nished, gas heat, garage adults only.
IV. 1-9167.
332 DAL WOOD, furnished room, oppo
site 14502 Lake Shore blvd.: privileges
nice home on the lake Express bus.
IV. 1-5321.
Deaths)
Mrs. Myrtle R. Beasley
Mrs. Myrtle R. Beasley, long
active in community affhirs, died
at Cleveland Clinic Hospital Tues
day, December 29th, aged 55 years.
Services were held Friday, Decem
ber 31st in St. Philomena’*
Church. Burial was in Calvary
Cemetery.
Mrs. Beasley was a past presi
dent of the Chautauqua Literary
Society, a charter member of the
Great Books group here, active in
Community Council and had held
office in the PTA units at May
fair Elementary, Kirk Junior High
and Shaw High schools.
Following the death of her hus
band, Ira Beasley, who was asso-
Thursday, January 6, 1955
THE
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KEnmore 1-0967
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ciated with the biophysics depart
ment at Cleveland Clinic, Mrs.
Beasley worked at the clinic as
financial clerk,
A son, Robert J., branch plant
manager of Superior Carbon Prod
ucts at West Unity and a brother,
Edwin J. Raleigh survive her.
The family homd is at 13515
Graham rd.
Dr. William M. Burton
Dr. William M. Burton, grand
son of one of the first physicians
in the Western Reserve, was born
in old Collamer, later East Cleve
land. He died at the age of 89
in his home’ in Miami, Florida,
where services were held Sunday.
He was credited with having in
vented the “Burton oil cracking
process, the first successful com
mercial application of high-pres
sure distillation in the production
of gasoline. The method is said
to have doubled gasoline produc
tion. He was long associated with
Standard Oil, having been presi
dent of the Standard Oil of Indi
ana, resigning in 1927, after which
he traveled extensively.
Among the many honors that
came to him for his work in the
oil refining business, was the Per
kinmeday of the Society of the
Chemical Industry, highest nation
al recognition in applied chemistry.
His alma mater, Western Reserve
University conferred the honorary
degree of doctor of Science and he
had also been awarded ,the Gold
Medal of the American Petroleum
Industry. He held a Ph.D. degree
from John Hopkins University.
He is survived by his widow.
Martin J. Duffy
Martin J. Duffy, a partner in
the Nelaview Realty Co., for 34
years, died in his home, 935 Ravine
dr., Sunday, January 2nd. Services
were held in Christ the King
Church on January Sth.
He is survived by his wife.
Mary and a daughter, Mrs. Mary
Wagner, who are associated in
the business also and another
daughter, Mrs. ''Margaret Prender
gast, two sons, Edward and Mar
tin, 17 grandchildren, eight great
grandchildren.
Mrs. John F. Aingworth
Mrs. Florence E. Aingworth, 69,
died at her home, 13613 Beaumont
st., Saturday, January 1st. She was
the wife of John F. Aingworth,
owner of a sheet metal and heat
ing concern to whom she had been
married 48 years.
She is also survived by five
children, six grandchildren and a
great-grandchild.
Services were held January 4th
in St. Philomena’s Church.
Movies Of Japan
At The Library
Movies about Japan will be
shown at the East Cleveland Li
brary on Wednesday evening, Jan
uary 12th, at 8 p. m. “Picturesque
Japan” is a colorful travelogue
depicting the people, cities, customs
and scenery of post-war Japan.
“Japanese Family” describes the
daily routine and normal activities
of the Kawai family, silk weavers,
of Kyoto, Japan.
An authentic Japanese musical
background performed on native
instruments adds to the effective
ness of this picture. “Japan and
Democracy” presents candid re
port on our nation’s program for
educating more than 81 million
people in the ways of democracy.
RE-APPOINT INMAN
Upon the recommendation of the
board of the East Cleveland Public
Library, the board of education has
re-appointed George Inman tn
another seven-year term on
board.

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