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EXPERT WATCH
ONE YEAR GUARANTEE
25 TEARS EXPERIENCE
A,.
AU Wort Done on Promisee z
Hardware, Paint, Plumbing and Electrical Sup
plies. Glass, Kays, Shades
WE GIVE EAGLE STAMPS
THE ORKIN CO
16512 Euclid Avenue at Ivanhoe Road
CLEVELAND JUDO CLUB
788 Eant 152nd Street
Announcing Formation of
-New Judo Classes, Beginning
March 2nd, 1956
Lesson* Given Monday and Friday
Evenings From 7:00 to 9:00 P.M.
Those Interested Call
Liberty 1-9119 AFTER 5:30 P.
Bristol Creme Sherry
Bristol Milk Sherry
SCHRAFFT'S
CHOCOLATES
Fruit & Nut o Asst Creams
STOUFFER'S
Fine
FROZEN FOODS
Imported Dolieaeios
FOR THE TABLE
"Fire Star Special" Pocahontas
Premium Quality—America's Finest
Lump $20.75 ton Egg $21.25 ton
Junior Egg $20.25 per ton
Selected from America's Finest Mines
Low In Ash—Long Burning—Dust-Proofed
"SUN RAY" POCAHONTAS
Lump Size $18.70 per ton
A Standard Brand—Here Is Real Value
Responds Quickly—Makes a Hot Fixe
Light, Fluffy Ash—Dust-Proofed
IVanhoe 6-1123
SEE
JOEY
MAXIM
Former
Light Heavyweight Champion
FOR
MERCURY o LINCOLN CONTINENTAL
at
LOMBARDO
LINCOLN MERCURY, INC
Next To Vine Theatre Willoughby* Ohio
Phone
Bus. WL 2-7676 Res. EV. 1-2191
FREE DELIVERY
SUPERIOR-EUCLID
BEVERAGE & GROCERY
13216 Superior Ave. GL 1-8650
DU AMD LOU MOSS, Owners
Try Our Delicious
HARVEY
WINE
GOOD
BEER
40 BRANDS
LOCAL and PREMIUM
Other Fine
WINES
Imported A Domestic
ECONOMICAL
QUALITY
GROCERIES
Store Open 10 A.M. 'til 10 P.M. Mon. thru Sat
FREE DELIVERY
GOOD
Pierre's lee Cream
COSTS LESS
HERE ARE SOME SE
FOR YOUJ
CAVALIER STOKER FUEL
$18.25 per ton
Choice Kentucky Grad*
OU Treated—Washed
Very Low hi Ash—High in Heat Value
Excellent for AU Clinker-Type Stokers
JUST CALL ENdieett 1-3000
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WE HAVE A SIZE AND GRADE FOR EVERY HEATING NEED
INCLUDING RIBHOP BRADSHAW JEWELL
CITY-WIDE SERVICE BY TRAINED DELIVERY MEN
CHARGE ACCOUNTS FOR NEW CUSTOMERS ACCEPTED
CITY ICE & FUEL DIVISION
CITY PRODUCTS CORPORATION
East Cleveland Leade
A Newspaper of General Circulation
in Cuyahoga County
Established 1942
Published Every Thursday By
Collinwood Publishing Company
Publishers or
EUCLID NEWS-JOURNAL an*
The SCOOP
General Offices and Plant
814 East 152nd Street
GLenville 1-4888
C. E. BOWMAN Editor
ELSA C. BERG Associate Editor
R. L. FOULKE ^Mf^-ss Mgr.
ROBT W MURPHY —Azat. Mgr
THIS
‘N’
to
WHITE OAK
Lump $20.75 ton Egg $21.25 ton
Famous Low Ash Smokeless Coal
High in Heat Value—Holds Fire for Long Period
A Popular Cleveland Favorite—Dust-Proofed
IDEAL KENTUCKY LUMP
$19.25 per ton
Very Low Ash—Screened. No Slack
Burns with Long Lasting Flame—Tops for Quality
Hard Blocky Lumps—Available in Egg Size Al»o
1 STOKER
Drum Major Washed Stoker Coal
Select Pocahontas
$18.00 per ton
Sized to Feed Quietly
Burns Uniformly—Holds the Fire Longer
Duet-Proofed far Cleanliness
Makes a Light Clinker
THE GOOD COAL NUMBER
2
THAT
In East Cleveland
Carl
Congratulations to Jean
Young,' 10, of 835 Helmsdale rd.
for being top winner in the Cleve
land News Cookie Club-Grotto Cir
cus coloring contest: and to Nina
Grotefend, one of the four Cardi
nals on the Shaw team in Sun
day’s charade hour. Nina captured
the award for the speediest ans
w e 3. Incidentally, Sugardale
edged the Cardinals in the final
count.
The period from February 19th
to 25th has been designated as
National Advertising Week.
A good time to express our
appreciation to our many adver
tisers.
It has been said that "no busi
ness can afford the Luxury of
Silence." More money is invested
in newspaper advertising than all
other forms combined.
We are proud to be a part of
this major industry.
Very recently economic experts
credited advertising as the one
reason our country experienced
only a mild recession during the
past year.
Advertising is the life-blood of
business.
Most men in business get up in
the morning off of an advertised
mattress, sheet or pillow case.
They shave with an advertised
razor, using advertised shaving
soap or powder, scrub their teeth
with an advertised brush.
They shower in an advertised
shower, with advertised soap. Dry
themselves off with an advertised
towel.
The clothes they put on are
advertised brands.
The cup of coffee is an adver
tised product, so is the cereal
they eat, the bacon, the eggs and
the bread.
They drive an advertised car to
the office where they use products
—all advertised.
Yet some wonder—does it pay
to advertise?
The Collinwood Publishing Com
pany, through The SCOOP, Euclid
News-Journal and East Cleveland
Leader provides the means
reaching over 56,000 homes in
prosperous residential area
Northeast Greater Cleveland.
of
the
of
If you want your business to
grow in 1956, we actually believe
we can be of service to you and
help you greatly. Our number,
GL. 1-4383
is at your service.
on the Ohio school
by the League of
A study
foundation
Women Voters has boiled down
to this consensus.
Oppose legislation to lower the
guaranteed minimum of the
School Foundation Program
Oppose
school
Support
school
where
estly meet the need.
Divided in opinion on whether to
support new or increased taxes
for foundation purposes.
funds for
ear-marked
support,
state aid in
buildings
local funds
constructing
in districts
cannot hon-
Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Ruolo, 1600 Carlyon rd., a son,
Joseph, January 29th.
COAL
PER SEASON
LECTIONS FOR YOU
■AST CLEVELAND LEADS*
^n^ajetnenb
Deason-Lynn
$
At a tea given in their home,
15140 Elderwood ave., Sunday,
February 19th, Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Deason announced the
engagement of their daughter,
Susan Grace to H. Allan Lynn. Mr.
Lynn is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Lynn, 10101 Foster ave.,
Bratenahl. Relatives and close
friends of the young couple were
the guests.
Susan attended Bowling Green
State University. Her fiance is a
senior at John Carroll University.
Both were graduated from Shaw
High School. An August wedding
is planned.
Se tele-Forsberg
The engagement is being an
nounced of Patricia Ann Setele,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James
Setele of 4133 Lyons ave., Willough
by, Ohio, to Mr. Richard A. Fors
berg, son of Mrs. Lars A. Forsberg
of 1260 East 135th st., East Cleve
land. The bride-elect is a graduate
of Andrews School for Girls and her
fiance is a graduate of Shaw High
School. Both are employed at
Thompson Products Co., Inc. Tapco
Plant.
No date has been set for the wed
ding.
Driving safely in this kind of
weather is YOUR responsibility,
not the other fellow’s Chief of
Police, Weaver, advised motorists
today. He urged all motorists to
keep their automobiles in tip top
shape and then to keep their driv
ing on a par with the mechanical
condition of their cars.
OFF
□n a NEW
IIOIIVHI
(cleaning tools included)
6
Exclusive double-stretch
hose
cleans twice the area
of any other make cleaner.
Full horsepower motor
gives you powerful suction.
Regular Price $97.50
*69-
STORE HOURS:
Man., Fri., Sat—9 A.M. to 6 P.M.
Wed.—8
AM.
to 5 PM
Tues., Thun.—9 A.M. to 8 PM.
BUBNICK
CARPET CO.
Quality Floar Covtrinft
Carpet* Rug* Broadloom*
TERMS UP TO 3 YEARS
NO DOWN PAYMENT
12508 Euclid Av*. CE. 1-6031
East Cleveland II. Ohio
CHAMBERS PTA TO
SQUARE DANCE
It’ll be “dos-a-dos"
me in" for Chambers
8:00 p. m., Thursday,
call
For Wedding Form
PO. 1-3378.
Save Now!
*27-
and "deal
PTAers at
March 1st.
Square Dance tunes will fill
the gymnasium for an evening of
fun and fellowship with Percy
Herbert calling. Tables will be
ready for a pinochle, bridge, or
canasta games in the Museum
Room for those who wish to play
cards.
Snacks will be served during
the evening and to top off the
event a luscious lunch will be
served by the Grade Mothers.
On February 29th, Wednesday,
at 1:30 p. m., Mayfair PTA,
Miss Anne R. Falther, of the
Family Health Association, will
give her second topic with a film
on her series Sex Education for
Parents.
SPRING CLOTHING
SALE AT CALEDONIA
Caledonia School PTA will, spon
sor its annual spring clothing sale
at the school Wednesday, March
14th from 9:15 a. m. until 9 p. m.,
and Thursday, March 15th, from
9:15 a. m. until
noon.
Spring and summer clothing,
clean and in good condition will be
accepted Monday, March 12th, from
9:15 a. m. until 4 p. m., and Tues
day, March 13th, from 9:15 a. m.
until noon. Checks and unsold items
must be collected on Monday,
March 19th, between 9:15 a. m. and
4 p. m.
Co-chairman for the event, from
which the PTA receives twenty per
cent of the profits are Mrs. Wil
liam Caddy and Mrs. Robert C.
Heckman. They will be assisted by
Mrs. J. T. Bernier, Mrs. J. J. Egan,
Mrs. Dante Biello, Mrs. Robert
Fraser, Mrs. J. P. Gravil, Mrs.
R. F. Jones, Mrs. R. L. Long, Mrs.
C. A. Moore, Mrs. R. W. Niess, Mrs.
Jackson Quayle, Mrs. Ruth Smith
and Mrs. W. R. Van Voorhis.
KIRK PRESENTS
ROOM MOTHERS
Important in the success of PTA
projects and programs is the co
operation of the members who
serve as Room Mothers. They are
laison members between teacher
and association, keeping a tab on
all co-related endeavors.
Mothers of Kirk Jr. High stu
dents who serve as PTA Room
Mothers under the chairmanship of
Mrs. Arthur Madson, 13608 Fifth
ave. and Mrs. Elmer Novak, 1833
Alvason rd. are:
9A—308, A. F. Wick, 13800
Shaw ave. 207, H. A. Probst, 1711
Shaw ave. 300, H. C. Jacobs, 2014
Brunswick 118, F. R. James, 1371
East 133rd st.
9B—121, L. J. Yannetta, 16313
Brewster 305, L. L. Geffen, 1097
Thornhill 203, R. D. Petre, 1123
Selwyn 24, E. E. Aurada, 2260
Newbury dr. 105, J. S. Whelan,
1880 Charles 112, R. C. Lann, 1759
N. Noble 106, M. R. Swift,
Garden 114, M. D. Stone,
Van Buren.
8A—302, T. C. Peters,
Bender 116, R. C. Landis, 12918
Phillips 206, F. H. Hard, 14105
Mayfair 310, S. I. Haberman, 1549
Eddington.
8B—211, D. L. Morrow, 1272
Lockwood 312, G. M. Stroud,
15500 Oakhill 205, S. E. Roude
baugh, 997 Nelaview 115, D. J.
Martinson, 16337 Brewster 109,
D. S. Schuller, 14208 Ardenall
122, W. M. Schlegel, 1846 Taylor:
124, R. A. Cook, 1352 Hampton
103, W. L. Dillen, 16118 Nelaview.1
7A—W. J. Cunningham, 12861
13612
1837
1203
East 133rd st. 309, D. M. Niel-I
son, 977 Brunswick 202, R. J.I
SEE
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A FEW MUMS A MONTH 6tVES
TOO A COMPUTE CIAME IATNIOOM
Call GL 1-0036
Established 1907
12305 St Clair
Av*.
Cavanaugh, 14315 Mayfair 111,
B. B. Bren son, 12610 Speedway
Overlook 110, S. E. Knapp, 916
Nelaview.
7B—320, M. M. Molnar, 1282
Rozelle 119, F. C. Raymont, 1630
Hayden 104, H. U. McGuire, 937
Whitby 204, S. R. Allen, 1444
Hayden 209, B. A. Barrett, 14512
Elm 306, W. V. Stout, 1543 Hay
den 313, R. W. Burke, 1178
Bender.
Cub Scouts
Mrs. Charles Fursdon, program
chairman, invites all neighbors
and friends to come and make this
1956 "Father’s Night" one long to
be remembered. Pack 336 observed the 46th an
niversary of Boy Scouts with a
Blue and Gold dinner February
16th at Chambers Auditorium. Rev.
W. E. Fulmer gave the invocation.
A Bob Cat Induction received
Thomas Renner, Rodney Bartak,
David Fess, James Goda, and Ed
win Haag, who will be Den 1
under Mrs. Jacob Renner as Den
Mother and Arnold Gunvalsen as
Den Dad.
Assistant Cub Master Robert
Kalenbrenner presented a number
of awards. John Scheidecker and
Scout Roland Gatzke accompanied
the singing.
Introduced by Cubmaster Samuel
Gatzke were guests Mrs. Ralph
MacEachron, Joe Oliger, Bill
Steuart and Troop 336 Scoutmas
ter, Donald Sheldon. Appreciation
was expressed to Mrs. Frank Cher
nay, Mrs. Joseph Taddeo, Mrs.
Robert Dettering and committee
for the excellence of the dinner.
\uen
FLOWERS FOR
THE LADIES
e SPORT COATS AND
SUITS BY CORTLEY
o IRONALL SLACKS
3
Weddings
Banquets
Parties
Spacious
Rooms
Service, Being the
Best, Are Famous
BOB KENNEDYS
rnrri ilb.bacon
I l\ $5 Purchase
WALTER MARKET
12424 Superior Avenue
MBS. BAY 1ABBZS1 MBS. ELLA REYNOLDS
warm CHIMBS BAR
FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 24th
Vincent Lenarcic and His Orchestra
SATURDAY EVENINC. FEBRUARY 25th
Lenny Landers and His Orchestra
Dancing From 10 P.M. to 2 A. M.
27121 Chardon Rout* 6 Richmond Height*, Ohio
Before Yea Decide Where To Have Your Wedding Reception. See
Plantation
MEN'S SHOFand Complete New
BOYS' DEPARTMENT
Friday & Saturday—Feb. 24- 25
•150" /N BOYS CLOTHING
TO BE GIVEN AWAY FREE
NOTHING TO BUY JUST STOP IN AND REGISTER
OUR BOYS' SHOP WILL FEATURE
THESE FAMOUS NAMES
INTERWOVEN HOSE
HICKOK BELTS AND
ACCESSORIES
e COOPER JOCKEY
UNDERWEAR AND
T-SHIRTS
e GENUINE LEVIS
e DOUBLE KNEE
BLUE JEANS
e KAYNEE SPORT SHIRTS
AND DRESS SHIRTS
And Many Other
Nationally Advertised
Items
BOB KENNEDYS
2148-50 NOBLE ROAD
CHARGE ACCOUNTS WELCOME
I
and
Talk To
and
Our Food
REFRESHMENTS
WILL BE SERVED
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AS USUAL THE MEH CAH FIND
A COMPLETE SELECTION OF.
SPORT COATS BY ALPAGORA
MALLORY HATS JARMAN SHOES
ARROW SHIRTS
and Such Famous Names In Suits As
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GLenville 1-3529
COMPLETE DRESS SUIT RENTAL
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'wen
Anniversaries
Business Meetings
Birthdays
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Atmosphere
Wedding Becerra
tiona Should Bo
WoH In Advance
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Euclid Ave.
GL. 1-2384-
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