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INCOME TAX RETURNS
Business Individual Partnership Estimates
Complete Bookkeeping For Small Business General Insurance Agents
PO. 1-7200
ROSS & TUBBS
STARTING SOON!
BUSINESS GIRLS
and WOMEN'S
BALLET LIMBERING
TAP CLASSES
To Retail a Well Proportioned Figure
A beautiful school designed for
cotion and dignity the highest
dance culture.
SOCIAL DANCING
CLASSES FOR
TEEN-AGERS and JUNIORS
Call Mornings For Appointment
740 East 152nd St.
(Cleveland Trust Bank Bkfa.i
ENROLL NOW!
TEEN-AGERS
and JUNIORS
NEW CLASSES
FOR TOTS
STARTING SOON!
dance edu
standard in
SPECIAL CLASSES
FOR LITTLE TOTS IN BALLET,
RHYTHMIC AND ACROBATIC
not only taught how to dance
but are instructed in the social etiquette
that makes dancing a pleasure. Special
attention is given to overcoming of faults
such as tenseness, self-consciousness
and lack of poise, stressing good poturo
and balroom etiquette.
Min Gemler i interest in the results
obtained with her pupiii it best indi*
eoted by the fact that all her clones
re perionally conducted by herself.
TAP AND ACROBATIC
CLASSES FOR
BOYS AND GIRLS
Formerly Premier Danseuse and Ballet Mistress of
Elliot Comstock and Schubert Productions.
HEIGHTS ROCKEFELLER BLDG. (Cor. Lee & Moyfield)
PHONE FA. 1-1322
Conveniently located by bus or car to any part of
East Cleveland. Northeast Cleveland and Euclid
COURSES
Bookkeeping
Beginning Typewriting
Advanced Typewriting
Shorthand (Beginning)
Shorthand Refresher Courses
Office Machines
Basic English
Business English
Conversational Spanish
Painting and Sketching
Securities and Investments
Conversational Italian
Conversational French
Registration
7:00 0:00
January
21, 22, 23, 24
CAFETERIA
EueUd Senior Mgh School
711 East 212nd SL
Public Speaking
Photography
Cooking
Ladies'
Children's
IO
(Meal Planning, Preparation and Serving)
Upholstering
Dressmaking and Sewing
Tailoring
Cake Decorating
Flower Arranging
(Beginning, Advanced)
(Beginning and Advanced)
Party Cookery and Planning
Slip Covers and Draperies
Enameling and Advanced Ceramics
Driver Education (Dual Controlled Car)
Interior Decorating II
Ceramics
Millinery
Leathercraft
Furniture Refinishing
CITIZENSHIP
CLASSES
English for Foreign Born
Preparation for Citizenship
Chief Weaver Calls On All Drivers To
Assume Behind Wheel Responsibilities
The threat of heavy snowfall
brought a warning to East Cleve
land motorists from Chief of Po
lice S. Weaver today.
“Heavy snow means twin trou
ble for drivers—reduced visibility
and insufficient traction,” he
said. “This usually means more
work for police officers, investi
gating accidents and helping to
untangle traffic tie-ups.”
WINDOW WASHING
storm Window and Screen Service
Wall Washing Gutters Cleaned
HOUSE CLEANING
fully Insure©
VETERANS
CLEANIN'"
GL 1-7482 Evos. LL 1-9447
SALE!
$5-00
DRESSES
Children's
and up
$2-00
SKIRTS
and up
$200
DRESSES
aid up
Children's Nylon
$2.50
DRESSES
and up
Ladles' Skirts and
$2.oo
BLOUSES
and up
FROCKS
13923 Euclid Ave. PO. 1-9397
"We Give Eagle Stamps'*
USE OUR LAYAWAY PLAN
Lex Des Lauriers. 1620 Elsinora
Free Delivery. GL. 1-0825
4*2
High School Credit Courses
High School English
American Government
UA. History 1 and
Algebra
Chemistry
Plane Geometry
Trigonometry
EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
The chief urged motorists to
assume their civic and personal
responsibility by being fully pre
pared for bad weather.
“We know winter comes every
year,” he reasoned, “so let’s be
ready for it this time.”
He emphasized that the thought
fulness of one driver can prevent
a hundred headaches when the
weather goes bad. One good bat
tery can prevent hours of frus
tration and embarrassment. One
effective set of windshield wiper
blades may prevent an otherwise
“unavoidable” collision.
Chief Weaver urged each driver
to make sure his car doesn’t lack
the equipment necessary for safe
and efficient operation. He also
listed the following rules for safe
winter driving:
1. Get the “feel” of the road
when starting out. Don’t wait for
a narrow escape to warn you that
the road is slippery.
2. Drive at reduced speed, al
lowing plenty of distance between
cars.
3. Anticipate stops. Don’t jam
on the brakes at the last instant,
even if you have a good set of
tire chains working for you.
4. Let other drivers and pedes
trians know- what you intend to
do by giving appropriate signals,
because you need the cooperation
of others to prevent accidents.
5. In a snow storm, avoid park
ing for a long period of time on
main streets, and obey restrictions
on overnight parking. This way
you will help speed up snow-clear
ing operations, and will avoid be
coming plowed in and marooned in
a curbside snow bank.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Miller of
11319 Tuscora ave.. announce the
birth of a son. Russell William, De
cember 31st. Mrs. Miller is the
soloist at First Church of the
Nazarene.
to 8^ Lb.
CAPONS ib
PLUMP
STEWERS it
St. Clair-Shaw Poultry Market
Ohio's Most
OPEN EVERY day
Tuesday Evenings:
8 45-7.45 Family swim ciuldree
must bo accompanied by parent
or rosponsibls adult.
7.45-8:45—General mixed swimming.
1 45-9:45—Instruction (Ladies only).
i?
25‘
Fresh Cut-Up Chicken
Beautiful Store
12520 St. Clair Avenue
8 A.M. to 6 P.M. Next To T-e (.Tie- in ,-u»* Rank
Presbyterian Men Of
County Meet Saturday
Presbyterian laymen of north
eastern Ohio will be the guests of
Windermere Presbyterian Church,
14100 Euclid ave., East Cleveland,
on Saturday, January 12th, the
occasion being the annual session
of the Cleveland Presbytery Coun
cil of Presbyterian Men.
Guest speaker will be the na
tional president, Kenneth G. McGil
vray of Sacramento, California.
Other speakers are John Corn of
Cincinnati and Engene Carr of
Canton, Ohio.
Heading the committee on ar
rangements is Howard R. Denni
son, president of the host council.
The Rev. J. Franklin McHendry,
minister at Windermere, will con
duct the devotional periods.
A dinner is to be served at 6:15
o’clock.
Defer Date For
Filing Estimate
The date for the filing of the
City Manager’s 1957 Estimate
has been extended by the City
Commission from January 15th
to February 15th. The action was
taken after the Commission was
advised by Finance Director G.
T. Apthorp that due to the lack
of information as to tax levy and
Local Government figures, it
would be impossible to compile an
estimate by January 15th. Mr. Ap
thorp indicated that whatever
figures would be presented by the
extended date would still call for
a temporary budget to cover the
first three or four months of 1957.
The commission enacted an
ordinance authorizing the city to
seek bids, as needed, on materials
and equipment for the development
of the proposed new playground on
Shaw ave. and to employ the
services of L. B. Mumaw as con
sultant inn refrigeration for the ice
rink to be built as one of the
recreational facilities.
The Commission sustained the
rejection of the Zoning Board of
Appeals to rezone properties at
1816-34 Noble rd. inclusive from
a L’2 (residential) to a U3 (re
tail) zone.
ETHICAL SOCIETY
Cleveland Ethical Society pre
sents as speaker at its regular
Sunday Morning Platform meet
ing. Mr. Bruce Falkey, Director
of the Cleveland Center for Al
coholism, whose subject will be
•‘Alcoholism: A Progress Report-’’
Before coining to Cleveland. Mr.
Falkey was chief of the Informa
tion and Rehabilitation Center for
.Alcoholism, at the University of
Buffalo, School of Medicine.
January 13th, 10:45 a. m., Lud
low School, Shaker Heights.
nnotuiana
SPRING PROGRAM
or
ADULT EVENING CLASSES
AT
EUCLID SENIOR HIGH
COMPLETE FOLDER SENT ON REQUEST
—Aba—
Available at Year Bank or
Neighborhood Store
SWIMMING CLASSES
Wednesday Evenings:
8.45-7:45 Family swun children
must be accompanied by parent
or reeponsible aduh.
7 45-8:45—Instruction (Ladies only'.
8:45-9:45—Beginners and Intermedi
ate fastruction—Mixed Groups.
Sponsored by EUCLID BOARD of EDUCATION
For further informertion, call
ADULT EDUCATION OFFICE REdwood 1-8033
Director, Walter Schwegler
Service Club News
M. Oscar Evans, Chief Engineer
of Mines for Republic Steel Corp.,
will tell of mining in the Mexican
and African fronts when he speaks
to the Lions Club Tuesday, Janu
ary 15th.
e
Clayton Brough, well-known
Oberlin, Ohio tour director and
lecturer, will present a program
to East Cleveland Kiwanis Mon
day, January 14th, showing slides
and talking about his trip through
Alaska this past summer.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Reinhold
E. Fritz, 1369 East 139th st., a
girl, Cathy Arlene, December 27th.
4® Mt Tt*T«»
Pollwarrot
SMOfs
forFbovs and eiats
Priced According To Size and Style
OFFICIAL
BOY SCOUT
Shoes by makers of
RAND Shoes for Men
SPECIAL!
$6.98
Men's Neo Cord
WORK SHOES up
I
Insulated Boots, Rubbers.
Engineer Boots
BAUMGARTEN’S
FAMILY SHOE STORE
We Give and Redeem Eagle Stamp*
1427 Hayden GL. 1-8516
EARN
■4-
ACCOUNTS
^INSURED TO
C®10,000/
:•»».•4-
l______—.
Course Foe payable on registration,
whether by mall or in person.
Mabe checks payable to/
ADULT EDUCATION
Thursday Evenings:
(LADIES ONLY)
8.45-7:45—Beginners In/tructioa
7:45-8:45—Instruction (Learn to Swun
Ladies only. Intermediate and
Advanced.
8:45-9:45 General Swun (Ladtee
only).
Rowland’s b"*r,“
Fine Foods and
Condiments From All
Over the World
EAST CLEVELAND-EUCLID &
FREE PARKING
■t TWO
NOW SERVING
7
4
CORNER
Drawing
Thursday, January 10, 1057
13505 EUCLID AVENUE at SUPERIOR
Sight Mast Dear ta the Liqaer Stara
Your Family Will Give You
Cheers and You'll Be
Taking Bows
When Yen Bring Them Some Tom
and Cherry Chocolate Cherries,
Marzipan Strawberries and Fruit
Mixtures From Italy or Toblaln
Cordials Imported From
Switzerland
e Finest Wines anw Champagnes—•
Domestic and Imported
e More Than 60 Brands of Beer and Ale
e Home Bar Supplies
e Snack Items
e Liqueurs and Cordials
Hundreds of Items Too Numerous To
List COME IN AND SEE!
Serving E. Cleveland and Clove. Hts. since 1935
BEER WINE MIXERS
We Deliver Phone Glenville 2 -8309
We Boat Punch Bewto and Cups Open Till 10 P. M. Daily
Rosemary Farley. 1178 Bosello Joeophine Hanlon, 1238 East 137th
i
Drive In From
Euclid or Superior
Right Up To Our
Back Doorl
SUPERIOR AVE.
offices
GREATER CLEVELAND
SUPERIOR
SAVINGS
DEPOSITS MADE BY JAN. 20th
EARN INTEREST FROM JAN. 1, 1957
68th —SUPERIOR
AVENUE
COURSES
Wrought Iron Wood Furniture
Woodworking
Machine Shop
Auto Mechanics for the Car Owner
Automobile Care and Repair (Ladies)
Home Maintenance and Repairs
Arthur Murray Dance (Beginners)
Arthur Murray Dance
(Intermediate-Advanced)
Arthur Murray Dance (All-Latin)
Dog Obedience Training
Home Gardening and Lawn Care
Classes Start
Week of January 28th
as Scheduled
Golf (Beginners)
Golf (Advanced)
Women's Physical Education
Blue Print Reading and Mechanical
Contract Bridge
(Beginning and Advanced)
Time Study
Shop Mathematics I and II
Slide Rule Instruction
Basic Electricity II
Basic Welding
Quality Control II
Algebra Refresher
Basic Electronics

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