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Community Council Hears Candidates
List Members-at-Large, Committees
Beginning its 1955-56 year with
a program of prime importance,
the East Cleveland Community
Council and the East Cleveland
League of Women Voters spon
sored a joint Candidates meeting
in Shaw High School, October l"th.
As is the custom, the meeting
opened with a dinner, 80 persons
being served in the school cafe
teria. Dr. J. Waide Price, the presi
dent, presided. Invocation was
given by Dr. Howard M. Wells.
For a brief business period, Dr.
.T. Wiade Price, president, presided.
Names of members-at-large as re
commended by the Membership
Committee, were approved. Offi
cers and committeemen were in
troduced.
Mrs. Hamilton Beaty spoke in
behalf of t'
fall ballot
League. It
posal (see
issue) for
the only issue on the
to be endorsed by the
is the State Bond Pro
story elsewhere in this
mental hospitals,
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CEDAR 1-1632
(POUHCAI
AOMRlISLMtXn
VOTE
November 8th, 1955
SANFORD JASON
BERGER
FOR
JUDGE
Berger lor Judge Committee
M. A. Murphy. Sec y-Treas.
A
Saturday
OCTOBER 21 and 22
From 9 A.M. Till?
Register for S Door Prizes
schools, colleges and universities.
The proposal, said Mrs. Beatty,
gives the opportunity for everyone
“to do something” for the better
ment of this entire program
the state. Income from
penny tax on cigarettes
nance the proposal.
For City Commission—Frank H.
Fellows, N. W. Townsend (incum
bents), Anthony J. Ventresca. For
Municipal Court Judge—Stanton
Addams (incumbent) Sanford J.
I
ORDINANCE No. 4889
By: Mr. Horan
A N EMERGENCY O I
NANCE TO RE-ESTABLISH
THE AREA REQUIREMENTS
UNDER THE ZONING ORDI
NANCE ON PARCELS E AND
OF LANDS CONVEYED TO
CHARLES BERNSTEIN PUR
SUANT TO ORDINANCE NO.
4033, PASSED MAY 8, 1946.
WHEREAS, the City of East
Cleveland, by Ordinance No. 4033,
passed May 8. 1946, conveyed to
Charles Bernstein certain lands in
cluding Parcels E and of lands
more particularly described therein,
and
WHEREAS .the City Commission,
by Ordinance No. 4191, passed No
vember 5, 1947, established a mini
mum requirement of three hundred
and twelve (312) square feet per
family for any improvements con
structed on said Parcels E and F,
and
WHEREAS, on November 17,
1953, the City Commission passed
Ordinance No. 4761, being the Zon
ing Ordinance, so called, of the City
of East Cleveland which repealed
said Ordinance No. 4191, but on the
Official Zoning Map which was made
a part of said Ordinance No. 4761
included Parcels E and in an A3
district indicating that special action
on area requirements had been au
thorized by the City Commission,
and
WHEREAS, there is accordingly
some doubt, as to the intention of
the City Commission with respect
to the area requirements of said
Parcels E and F. and
WHEREAS. Charles Bernstein,
the present owner of said Parcels
E and F, proposes to construct
apartment buildings on said parcels
which will requite a permissible
minimum lot. area requirement of
nine hundred (900) square feet per
family on Parcel E and five hun
dred (500) square feet per family
on Parcel F, and
WHEREAS, the proposed con
struction complies with the stipula
tions of Ordinance No. 4033 in re
gard to fences, sidewalks, building
I lines, garages, fire protection, archi
tectural design and other particulars
and with the requirements of the
Building Code, and
WHEREAS, the Board of Zoning
Appeals on October 4, 1955, after
a public hearing, recommended to
the City Commission that Parce'«
E and he zoned for permissible
minimum lot area requirements of
nine hundred (900) square feet per
family on Parcel E and five hundred
(500) square feet per family on
Parcel F. and
WHEREAS, an emergency exists
for the immediate preservation -.f
the public peace, property, health
and safety by providing for the re
establishment of the aiea require
ments of the Official Zoning and
Districting Mans with respect to said
Parcels E and F.
NOW. THEREFORE. BE IT OR
DAINED by the Commission of the
City of East Cleveland. Ohio, four
fifths of all members elected there
to concurring.
SECTION 1: That the permissible
lot area of Parcels E and of land.
(onveyed to Charles Bernstein by
the City of East Cleveland pursuant
to Ordinance No. 4033. passed May
A, 1946, situated on Superior Road
and. more fully described in said
Ordinance No. 4033 and presently
classified in a U2 H4 A3 distrii
pursuant to Ordinance No. 476J,
passed November 17. 1953, is hereby
re-cstahlishcd as follows:
(a) Parcel E shall provide a mini
mum of nine hundred (900) squate
feet of lot area per family.
(h) Parcel shall provide a mini
mum of five hundred (500) square
feet of lot area ner family.
SECTION 2: That this ordinance
is hereby declared to be an emer
gency measure necessary for the
immediate preservation of the pub
lic peace, property, health and safety
by providing for the re-establish
ment of the area requirements of
he Official Zoning and Districting
Maps with respect to said Parcels
E and F, and provided it receives
the affirmative vote of four-fif‘hs
of all members elected to the Citv
Commission, it shall take efft.t and
Ire in force from and after its pas
sage otherwise, it shall take effect
and be in force from and after the
earliest period allowed hy law.
PASSED: October 18, 1955
Attest: G. T. Apthorp
Clerk of the Commission
Published: October 20. 1955
.an’rv «o*?
EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
in
a one
will ti­
Durant
Program Chairman J.
Mix introduced Mrs. Glen Kitson
as moderator while candidates for
municipal office were each given
five minutes in which to present
their qualifications and their ams
for the offee they seek. Later
each had a minute to answer each
question in a lively question and
answer period. The candidates pre
sent Were:
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Berger. For Justice of the Peace! ___ OL
—Frank T. Farley, Edward J. I fl IR
Friel, Albert J. Rhoa.
questionnaire to the league
Women Voters, and which will
found elsewhere in this issue.
I Charlotte Phillis
r. n Mrs. Charlotte Phillis, resident
Education—Karl Brown, Cecil S. ioin
Stonebraker, Richard Gottron. Con- IjLftPJjT
stable-write in candidate Donald ?Ct°b'r lltl’ W”
K. Barclay, (all non-contest). ,„d rt.r^.
I uorn a? years ago and reared in
The candidates offered informa-1 Carthage, Mo., she was the former
tion in line with that supplied by I Charlotte Fry. She was married ift
AJ. ..... a. .. of 11889 to Thomks Wesley Phillis who
be (died in 1931.
Mrs. Phillis was a member of
The 1955-56 officers are:
President, J. Waide Price Vice
President, Mrs. Victor Wallace
recording secretary, Mrs. Maurice IMiss Joy Adele Phillis, a teacher
Barnes corresponding secretary, |’n Chambers Elementary School
C. Cassil Reynard treasurer, Jo-P »«ter OrPh® and two brothers,
seph Barth I Charles and Carl Fry of Carthage,
East Cleveland Congregational
Church.
Surviving her are a daughter,_
Committee chairmen municipal P*0 Gknn' died
government, Emil 0. Macha 1° y. M18‘ .,
school, Mr.. Budd G. Andrews h’ld
welfare, Thomas E. Murry cit^ °c‘?b,r ’’i” 'h,r« Rev‘
planning, Harry Wilerl recreation, P"1' .C', Hoeh«M. Buri.1 waa
Mrs. Victor Wallace membership: m,de
Mrs. Hotel Klinger Program, J. I Dul.( hig og years’ residence
F1u,'."n. Els. Bcrg I
bulletin, C. Cassil Reynard dinner, K|ine won thPe respect ,nJ
Mrs. Jane Townsend hospitality,Ithe a(Jmiration of all who
came to
Mrs George R. Walter juvenile know him. Mr. Lect dicd October
welfare, Rev. Robert Bartley. Hth ,t st Luk,., HospitaI. Hj,
Upon the recommendation of Ipastor, Dr. M. Wayne McQueen,
the Membership Committee, the (conducted the services in Winder
following persons wer approwd Imere Methodist Church, where he
as members-at-large: I had long been active, having served
Lr. H. C. Alexander 2025 Lee |on its official board and in other
rd. Mrs. Cora Arn, 1711 Lake- (capacities.
front ave. Mrs. Ethel Baker, 13651 Mr. Leet was born in Andover.
Hampton rd. Frank W. Baldau, (Following his graduation in 1898
16010 Terrace rd. Hamilton (from Mount Union College, he
Beatty. 15128 Terrace rd. Miss (taught school in Ohio and Okla
Elsa C. Berg, 14600 Euclid ave. Ihoma. Deciding on law as a ca
1829 lreer» h® enrolled at Western Re-
Mrs. Wayne C. Blough, 1829 reer he enrolled at Western Re
Grasmere rd. Mrs. E. Dana |scrve University School of Law,
Brooks, 1838 Rosemont rd. Mr. (receiving his degree in 1905. He
and Mrs. Maurice Barnes, 13335 began, his practice in East Cleve
Euclid ave.
Mr. and Mrs. Phelps Cunning
ham, 1734 Strathmore ave. Wills
H. Clinton, 1'30 Burnette ave.
Stuart V. Cummins, 16080 Glynn
rd. Miss Alice Juringus, 1056
Carlyon rd. Mrs. F. D. Lathrop,
1834 Grasmere Mrs. J. Durant
Mix, 1279 Melbourne
rd.
land. He was a 32nd degree Mason.
In 1913 he was elected City
Clerk, relinquishing the post six
I years later to help found and be
Icome an officer in the Windermere
Savings & Loan, which was pur
chased by Cleveland Trust Co. in
’’11932. He then became an insur
lance broker, retiring in 1953.
Mr. Leet’s second round of serv-
Mrs. E. O. Macha, 14505 Euclid lice as a member of the city’s offi
ave. Mr. and Mrs.
Murry, 1825 Charles
Mrs. J. Waide Price, 1878 Page ave.
C. Cassil Reynard, 1041 Nela
View rd. E. P. Swisher, 15122
Terrace rd. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
Scott, jr., 15724 Brewster rd. Mrs.
Victor Wallace, 14628 Shaw, ave.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Willert,
15701 Oakhill rd.
CARD or THANKS
WE wish to extend our sincere appre
ciation to friends, neighbors. Priests
of St. Joseph s Church and the Hol’
Name Society for their kindness
sympathy, mass cards and beautiful
floral offerings in th- Jo-s r
beloved husband and father. Charles
J. Kohle
Mrs. Martha M. Kohler and
daughter. Mrs. Elaine Miller
CARD or THANKS
wish to extend my sincere thanks to
the many friends, neighbors, rela
tives and employees of the Nickel
Plate, and New York Central Rail
roads: also Rev. Walter Luecke. for
their floral offerings, sympathy and
especially their words of comfort in
the lose of my beloved husband,
Glenn.
Mrs. Helen Thompson
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Thomas E. I cial family began in 1932 when
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KEENER PEOPLE
which post he held until he retired
lust year. Hie keen knowledge of
municipal affairs and his sound
judgment made him a valuable
member of the Commission. Dur
ing these 22 years he was chosen
to be president five times.
Surviving are his wife, Jeanette
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We Extend Our Welcome To New Coal Customers
We offer the very best coals, for prompt
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Our many regular customers know that
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21st
Thunday, October M, ItBi
three sons, Theodore W. of Euclid
and with whom Mr. Leet had re
sided the past few months Don,
professor of geology at Harvard
University and Julian six grand
children and one great-grandchild.
The family home all these years
has been at 15108 Terrace rd.
ED LAW
ment Initiative Petition
IfO against tha
UNEMPLOYMENT
INITIATIVE
PETITION
November 8 because
e
Morse-Cr able
Coal Co.
1653 Doan Avenue
MUlberry 1-4574
OVER 50 YEARS OF COAL EXPERIENCE
of
It will increase the cost
everything you buy
147,000,000 a year
It will bring drifters and
loafers to Ohio.
Cuyahoga County Division
OHIO INFORMATION COMMITTEE
604 Hanna Building Paul Brokaw, Secretary
JACK J. GERMAN BERTA GEROW1TZ
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PAINT SPECIALS
FLAT WALL. Regular S3.SS gal. $2.75
Good Over Plaster, Plaster Board, Wallpaper
Hi-Gless Enamel* Reg. $4.25............gal. $2.95
Washable
WALLPAPER SPECIALS
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NEW 1956 WALLPAPERS ON DISPLAY
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LINOLEUM SPECIALS
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9x12 Linoleum Rugs............
Inlaid Linoleum Remnants
Felt Base Linoleum...............

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