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INVALID CAR SERVICE 24 HOURS A DAY Stanley H. Johnston Funeral Home KEnmore 1-3600 FOSTER HOMES NEEDED Families needed to care tor chil dren supervised by the Division of Cluld Welfare County Welfare Dept, urgent need for pre-school and adolescent children. This agency pays board, provides clothing and medical care. These children are not fox adoption. Applicants must meet agency standards and provide references. Cali or Writ! MISS GERTRUDE KOHL 2210 Cedar Ave. TO. 1-4135 Enroll Now For Spring SEWING CLASSES Starting February 12th Dressmaking and Tailoring Instruction For Beginners and Advanced Students Learn Proper Fitting for Yourself and Others DAY AND EVENING CLASSES ANNA JERSAN 13681 Euclid Ave. GL 1-0237 LESSONS Piano & Accordion ROSE E. ROSE 18 Years Experience Accordion JOHN FRABUTT 25 Years Experience CHUCK TARANTINO Sax Clarinet and Flute Winner of 21 Medals at State Contests. CHUCK ALEXANDER Drums-String Bass Western Reserve University ACCORDION SHOP 553 East 185th IV. 1-7073 Keen 5 j-^lantation and Spacious Banquete Rooms Weddings Parties Our Food and Service, Being the Best, Are Famous Personals Friends here have received word of the birth of a son, David, to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dinell at Ben ton Harbor, Michigan, on January 1st. David weighed in at six pounds eight ounces. Mr. Dinell is a former adminis trative assistant to City Manager Charles A. Carran. He is now associated with Public Admistra tive Service and is currently as signed to Michigan city. Congratulations to Mrs. Martha Matter and Mrs. Clara Peters, members of the Women’s Associa tion of First Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Matter has been given an honorary membership to the Board of National Missions and Mrs. Peters a similar honor to the Na tional Board of Christian Educa tion merited recognition from the Association through which they have served well. .♦ Mrs. Elizabeth Thompson of 13611 Milan ave. is home after a pleasant holiday visit with rela tives in Indianapolis. Ind. Mrs. George Lattimer of Fourth ave. is a patient in St. Luke’s Hospital. A luncheon January 24th at the School gymnasium will honor the Mayfair 6A pupils who will be en tering W. H. Kirk Jr. High School this coming semester. Six of the 10 pupils started in Kindergarten at Mayfair. They are: Bonnie Chak vary. Michael DiSanto, Frank Krestel, Donald Nibarger, William Poore and Linda Schultz. William Cahow entered in the first grade, Joanne Eicco in the second, Daniel Blake in the fourth and Karen Lowmiller in the fifth. Planning the luncheon are Mrs. Thomas Evans, Mrs. Eugene Reeser, Mrs. Howard Eller, Mrs. Otto Gunther. Mrs. Robert Gallion and Mrs. William Haker. A short program will follow the luncheon in the gymnasium. The Rev. J. Franklin McHendry, minister of Windermere Presby terian Church will give the invo cation at the annual Burns dinner of the United Scottish Societies Virginia Downey. 13502 Superior Before You Decide Where To Have Your Wedding Reception Seo Talk To aC’on STEAM ROOM SWEAT BATHS Men Women Mon., Wed., Fri. Tues., Thur. Body Building, Reducing, Judo, Boxing, Weight-Lifting, Wrestling 25 Years Experience Raymond Physical Culture Studio 788 East 152nd St. Phone LL 1-9119 ENROLL NOW! CLASSES STARTING AT 'a nee Business Girls' and Women's o Ballet Limbering Tap Classes To Retain a Well Proper, tioned Figure. A beautiful school design ed for dance education and dignity the highest stand ard in dance culture. SOCIAL DANCING CLASSES FOR TEENAGERS & JUNIORS 'iuen Anniversaries Birthdays Business Meetings Pleasant Atmosphere 15357 Wedding Reservo dons Should Be Well In Advance Euclid Ave. GL. 1-2364 I SPECIAL CLASSES FOR LITTLE TOTS IN BALLET RHYTHMIC & ACROBATIC Pupil* are 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 a* tenseness, self-consciousness and lack of poise, stressing good posture and ballroom etiquette. PRIVATE LESSONS FOR ADULTS IN SOCIAL DANCING TAP AND ACROBATIC CLASSES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS Formerly Premier Danseuse and Ballet Mistress of Elliot Comstock and Schubert Productions. HEIGHTS ROCKEFELLER BLDG. (Cor. Leo and Mayfield PHONE FA. 1-1322 Conveniently located by bus or car to any ptart of East Cleveland, Northeast Cleveland and Euclid of Cleveland at Hotel Cleveland January 19th. The Roths are refugees from World War II days. e o e Two parties were given Mrs. John Fraser as she retires from her position as secretary in the purchasing department at City Hall. On Friday afternoon the City Hall co-workers held a tea and presented her with a gift and that evening the girls gave Mrs. Fraser a stork shower at the home of Miss Elaine Rankin, Eddy rd. Seniors And Dates Ready For Prom Shaw sweet girl graduates are checking their loveliest formal, trying out accessories and getting ready for the Senior Prom—the big event of Saturday night. The boys will on their dress suits to step out with their dates. The ball room at the Lake Shore Hotel is the scene of the formal, with dancing to Joe Hruby’s orchestra. Serving as chaperones will be Home Room teachers and their wives, Mr. and Mrs. J. Caroff, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Moore and Mr. and Mrs. Roy H. Wisecup. Also invited as chaperones are Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Atchison, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Reeves, Mrs. William V. Nick and Miss Norma Goldstein. Planning the prom details are Tom Reeves, Dick Nero, Sue Nick and Nancy Goldstein. Deaths John J. Doneland John J. Donelan, more familiarly known as Jack, for 20 years an employee of the City of East Cleveland, died in his sleep at his home, 13612 Beaumont rd. Janu ary 15th. Services will be held Friday morning at 10:00 o’clock in St. Philomena Church with burial in Calvary Cemetery. Mr. Donelan was employed for 35 years as head of the electrical department of the Cleveland plant of the Brown Hoist Co. When that plant was moved to Bay City, Mich., he became associated with the city, first working in the traffic department. In 1944 he was made head of the Sanitation Division. Due to a heart condi tion, Mr. Donela n had been on half-time duty for the past six months. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus and the Holy Name Society. Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Mary Stinson and Mrs. Kathryn Davis. His wife, the former Mary Agnes Hall proceeded him in death. H. O. Thomas A member of the East Cleveland Police Department pension board, Herbert O. Thomas, 59, died Fri day, January 11 at his home, 1835 Noble rd. He had been a member of this board since November 17, 1953. He was a charter member and former state officer of the Frater nal Order of Police Assciates. Mr. Thomas was born in Chicago and came to Cleveland following World War 1 in which he served as a sergeant. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Patricia Nehas and two grandchil dren. Services were held from the Ed wards Funeral Home. Interment was made in Lake View Cemetery. Mrs. Victoria B. Bateman Founder of the East Cleveland Children’s and Babies’ Free Clinic, now knownn as the Well Babies’ Clinic and long active in Demo cratic political circles, Mrs. Vic toria Brougham Bateman, 73, died at her home, Hastings Hill, 15750 Terrace rd., Friday, January 11th. Private services were held. Mrs. Bateman’s interest in the political field began in the days of Carrie Chapman Catt who was entertained a number of times in the Bateman home as Mrs. Bate man became an active co-worker for the suffrage cause in this sec tion of the United States. She also played a prominent part in Demo crat circles and at one time ran for the office of state senator. A native of Canada, Mrs. Bate man was a descendant of Lord Brougham of England. While attending the University of Colorado, Mrs. Bateman became the first woman to climb Longs’ Peak, a feat she accomplished alone. Another first in her colorful career came when, as a student at the University of Illinois she was one of the founders of Alpha Alpha, a local sorority which grew to to day’s national Alpha Phi. She was among the first women to join the Cleveland Women’s Club. Her bachelor’s degree was from Illinois. She also attended Western Re serve University and the Uni versity of Michigan and, desir ing a legal background, attained a degree from John Marshall School of Law. Surviving her are her husband, James M. Bateman, an engineer with the B. K. Elliott Co. and to whom she was married in 1909 two children, James Burrell Bateman of Cleveland annd Mrs. Patricia Bulan of Buffalo, N. Y. and grandchildren. In Memoriam JOSEPHINE Rotar Krainz, who passed away January 21, 1953. Although her face we see no more Although her voice is still She’s in our thoughts just as before Her place no one can fill. Mother and Father, Sisters and Brother CARD or THANKS 1 WISH to thank all the members of the American Legion Post 163 and V.F.W. I of I Cleveland for their kii remeir mce. Cappy Ricks Cub Scout News EAST CLEVELAND LEADc-xt Magnus Sharks Lead As Class Teams Resume After a two-week holiday lay-off, the six teams in Class “E” spon sored by the East Cleveland Ex change Club and supervised by the East Cleveland YMCA were back in action Saturday, January 12th. They clearly showed the coaches what a vacation does to players, as field goals missed by a mile and fouls bounced off the back boards. In the first game the Magnhus Chemical Sharks speared the Tom sic Tigres by the score of 31-19. The team work of Bill Olsen and Doug Shepherd proved too much for the unferocious and the tame tigers. The second game was a more evenly matched contest with the Centa-Miller Foxes trimming the Eckert Hardware Cubs in the last quarter 31-23. Divk Vago annd Al Pranskevich netted 24 points be tween them, spelling the difference between victor and loser. The final game of the thrill packed afternoon was the contest between Diamond Men’s Shop Wolves and Monreal Bears. Here Jerry Ferraro single handedly tamed the sleeping Bears, by net ting 12 points and winning 29-10. Films Mr. and Mrs. John Howard will show colored slides at the East Cleveland Library, Euclid and Windermere, on Thursday, January 24th, 1957 at 8:00 p. m. One unusual feature will be the use of a 14 foot panoramic screen to show a program entitled “The Cape Ann Trail” with scenes at Gloucester, Mass, the surrounding cape, St. Peter Fiesta and the Blessing of the Fleet. This program is sponsored by the Camera Guild of Cleveland. All East Clevelanders and their friends are invited to attend. Wins Promotion Announcement is made of the promotion of Kevin J. McDonough to the position of account executive with Andrews Associates, Inc. In this capacity, Mr. McDonough will handle the Trans-Canada Air Lines public relations in the Greater Cleveland area. Mr. McDonough who resides at 12718 Brackland ave., is the son of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. McDonough, 13302 Graham rd. He is a graduate of Cathedral Latin High School and John Carroll University, class of 1955. The following Brownies of Troop 1280 have received pins: Linda Abraham, Judy Belon, Mary Eileen Boyle, Debbie Collins, Linda Sweeney, Carol Ann Dro gony, Cheryle Salcer, Ann Marie Farley, Peggy Soder, Mary Ellen Grouen, Mary Williams, Margaret O’Neil, Elaine Tartney, Gloria Neid, Gloria Cirney, Claudia Reeves, Mary Ann Schamp. Mayfair A trip to the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, almost a birth right of every Greater Cleveland child, was turned into a many sided experience recently for Mrs. Katherine Knife’s third graders. In the first place, on the way down they practiced “Observing:” how many different kinds of dwel ling places they could spot, how many different kinds of trucks and cars, and so on. Then when they got to the useum, they were prac ticed up on observing and were ready to take note of, and remem ber, the many different kinds of things that that fascinating place has to show. The Mayfair children were lucky in a way, if you can call a de ceased elephant lucky. For they saw in nthe basement the work be ing done on Frieda, the late ele phant of the Cleveland Zoo, whose bones and hide are being prepared for exhibiting in the Museum later on. There were also several tons of dinosaur bones down there, too, which are being assembled for dis play. One youngster wondered what would happen if they should get parts of Frieda and the dino saur mixed up. Caledonia Collecting things is one of the pleasantest and most universal of hobbies, it seems and when a grade-school child begins to col lect things in a serious way, he will have a long time in which to assemble a collection of which he may be proud. Realizing this, the Caledonia children who have started assem bling items of one sort or another frequently use the school’s rear hall display case, to show their classmates how many articles of their own kinnd they have man aged to collect. Two of these one boy shows have recently been of unusual interest to the Hilltop children. One third-grade boy has a col lection of rocks and minerals, and text-books on mineralogy. He has been helped by the fact that he has Club^ The YWCA Business and Pro fessional Club will meet at the East Cleveland YWCA, Monday evening, January 22nd at 7:30 p. m. Hostes ses for the evening will be Mrs. Florence Hutchings, Miss Molly Brunton and Miss Ruth E. Colbey. Miss Lucille Carlson of Western Reserve University will talk and show slides of her “Trip to Morocco.” News for this column .should be sent to Elsa C. Berg, 14600 Euclid ave., to arrive by the deadline, Mon day. Please call PO. 1-3378 for any desired information. An unusually interesting pro gram awaits the Y Mothers Club on their Thursday, January 24th meet ing. Mrs. Arthur O’Day, a member of the Women’s Committee at the Playhouse will review a current Bboadway play. Mrs. O’Day attended Smith Col lege and is a member of the Col lege Club. The day’s luncheon reservation is being accepted by the Y office, GL. 1-3425 up to Tuesday, the 22nd. E. F. Lackman will show a colored film on the manufacturing of steel at the Sunny Monday Club meeting Monday, January 21st at 1:00 p. m. at 1747 Lake Front ave. Hospital Board Hears Staff Members A prophet will have plenty of honor in his own realm when the Woman’s Board of Huron Road Hospital holds its regular monthly meeting on Monday, January 21st at 1 p. m. in the hospital audi torium. Dr. Edward Goodsitt, Pathology Department Head, will speak to the group on the subject of “Recent Advances in Diagnostic Methods” which presages a most enlighten ing and informative program. Dr. Goodsitt will be introduced by Pro gram Chairman, Mrs. J. Ford Pisor. Mrs. Guy T. Rockwell, President, will hold a brief business session prior to the program. Following the talk, a program of piano music will be presented by Mrs. Mabel M. Smith. A tea will climax the day’s ac tivities with Mrs.. G. M. Hawk, hostess for the day, assisted by Mrs. Charles Goldsword. Mrs. George H. Irvin, Mrs. G. B. Eearn est, Mrs. C. F. Curtis, and Mrs. F. P. Mcllyar. Mrs. W. C. Domino, chairpttn of Surgical Dressing Unit reguests a full attendance for the 10:00 a. m. service hour. SOROSIS PLANS BRIDGE TEA Looking forward to the time when they will again have their own dub house, the Cleveland Sorosis,, Junior and Senior divi sions. through the combined Build ing Fund Committees are planning a Bridge and Tea. This will be held on Saturday, January 26th, at 1:00 p. m. at the New Town House Motel, on Euclid ave. at Cort rd. Mrs. J. M. Jacobs is general chairman, aided by Junior Sorosis President, Mrs. Lyle D. Brott, and an older brother in Colorado, which is where rocks come from, who has sent him many specimens of rocks to add to his collection. Another lad collects coins. Pen nies, nickels, dimes, quarters, and halves, minted in all sorts of years (some of them quite valuable) have been added to his growing assortment, which is being aug mented by h[s relatives at birth days and Christmases. They are attractively displayed and mount ed, with labels to show when they were minted. One thing has always bothered us about coin collections and their owners, though. Aren’t they ever tempted to spend them? Rozelle Go back to the Christmas season with us for a minute or two, for a really heart-warming story from Rozelle School. It seems that for years the Roz elle children, like many children everywhere, have been exchanging gifts with their classmates just be fore Christmas. The scene is fa miliar: a decorated classroom, songs, cookies, and perhaps a par ade of carolers in the hall. Well, this year many of the Roz elle pupils got the idea, of their own accord, to send their Christ mas gifts to Hungary, instead of to their chums. Accordingly, the Christmas parties were held as al ways, with the songs and cookies but this time the gifts were in the form of really substantial checks of money, made out to the Hungar ian Relief or similar charities. Here is a partial listing of Roz, elle’s gifts by rooms: Mrs. Olean tha Smith’s 4A class, $20 to the Press Hungarian Relief Fund Miss Ruth Hodson’s 5th grade, $16 to Red Cross Mrs. Eleanor Clark’s 5A class, $11 from their Sales Tax return fund to the East Cleveland Welfare Bureau, for two needy families Miss Vesta Applegate’s 6th grade, $24 for Hungarian re lief and Miss Alice Jones* 6th grade, $15 for the Press Mercy Flight clothing fund. And a merry Christmas they all had, we imagine! the Building Fund Committees as follows: Senior—Mrs. J. C. Brodeur, Mrs. Roy A. Eldridge, Mrs. Donald C. Fabel, Mrs. JI. Rush Hall, Mrs. Harry M. Mansfield, Mrs. Wm. D. McVey. Junior—Mrs. Robert Henderson, Mrs. Richard Crabtree, Mrs. Walter R. Elliott, Mrs. John H. Payne, Miss Marjorie Mac Kim. For reservations call Mrs. Brott, HI. 2-3759, or Mrs. Jacobs, FA. 1 8879. Red Cross sewing will keep East Cleveland Club Women’s Club members busy next Thursday. Campus News Warren C. Haskin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren M. Haskin of 16123 Nelaview rd., East Cleve land, Ohio, was awarded the Northwestern Univesrity Law School Junior Bar Association Scholai’ship Cup. The Cup was given to Haskin for achieving the highest scholas tic average out of 158 students in the freshman law class. Haskin received his bachelor of arts degree from Northwestern University in 1955. RESOLUTION NO. 1451 By Mr. Horan 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 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. 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 Rev. G.C., it is hereby declared necessary to con struct or repair certain sidewalks in the City of East Cleveland in accordance 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 resolution 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 immediate 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 15, 1957 Attest: G. T. Apthorp Clerk of the Commission Published January 17, 1957 RESOLUTION NO. 5009 By Mr. Townsend AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTION 1 OF ORDINANCE NO. 4628, PASSED FEBRUARY 26, 1952, AND BEING AN OR DINANCE TO ESTABLISH SERVICE CHARGES. BE IT ORDAINED by the Com mission of the City of East Cleve land, Ohio SECTION 1: That Section 1 of Ordinance No. 4628, passed Febru ary 26, 1952 and entitled:. “An Emergency Ordinance establishing service charges for the use of the swimming pool and tennis courts, authorizing the City Manager to establish, variable service charges for spectators of softball contests and authorizing the City Manager to conduct recreational activities and to incur expense.and charge a fee for such activities and re pealing Ordinance No. 3886, passed May 8, 1944 Ordinance No. 4157, passed July 29, 1947 and Ordinance No. 4524, passed Febru ary 27, 1951,” which Section 1 reads as follows: “SECTION 1: That the follow ing service charges shall be made for the use of the swimming pool: For its use from 10:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M., per person—$0.15. For its use from 1:30 P.M. to clos ing hour, per person —.25” be and the same is hereby amended to read as follows: SECTION 1: That the following service charges shall be made for the use of the swimming pool: For its use from opening time to 1:00 P.M.. per person —$0.15 For its use from 1:30 P.M. to clos ing hour, per person—.35 For children under sx years of age when accompanied by an adult— no charge. SECTION 2: That this ordi nance shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest period allowed by law. PASSED: January 15, 1957 Attest: G. T. Apthorp Clerk of the Commission Published January 17, 1957 ORDINANCE NO. 5005 By: Mr. Fellows AN ORDINANCE ACCEPT ING FOR DEDICATION A PARCEL OF LAND ON THE NORTHWESTERLY CORNER OF GARFIELD ROAD-LAMBERT STREET. BE IT ORDAINED by the Com mission of the City of East Cleve land, Ohio SECTION 1: That a parcel of land on the northwesterly corner of Garfield Road-Lambert Street, located in Original East Cleveland Township One Hundred Acre Lot No. 390 and being a parcel of land conveyed by the East Cleveland Board of Education to the City of East Cleveland by deed dated June 24th, 1955, as shown by plat dated January 10, 1957, and re corded 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. 1449, passed January 15, 1957. SECTION 2: That this ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest period allowed by law. PASSED: January 15, 1957 Attest: /s/ G. T. Apthorp Clerk of the Commission Published January 17, 1956 RESOLUTION NO. 1449 By: Mr. Fellows A RESOLUTION TO AC CEPT FOR RECORD ONLY THE PLAT FOR THE DEDI CATION OF THE NORTH WESTERLY CORNER OF GARFIELD ROAD-LAM BERT STREET. BE IT ORDAINED by the Com mission of the. City of East Cleve land, Ohio SECTION 1: That the plat, dated January 10, 1957, for the dedication of the northwesterly comer of Garfield Road-Lambert Street, located in Original East Cleveland Township One Hundred Acre Lot No. 390 and being a parcel of land conveyed by the East Cleveland Board of Educa tion to the City of East Cleveland by deed dated June 24th, 1955, which is recorded in Volume 8402, Page 167 of Cuyahoga County Deed Records, be and the same is hereby approved for record only. SECTION. 2: That the Director of Finance be and he is hereby authorized to cause said plat to be recorded. SECTION 3: That this resolu tion shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest period allowed by law. PASSED: January 15, 1957 Attest: /s/ G. T. Apthorp Clerk of the Commission Published January 17, 1956 ORDINANCE NO. 5006 By Mr. Townsend AN EMERGENCY ORDI NANCE DECLARING THAT AN EXTRAORDINARY EMERGENCY EXISTS TN THE FIRE DEPARTMENT OF THE CITY OF EAST CLEVELAND AND AU THORIZING THE EMPLOY MENT OF FIREMEN IN EXCESS OF THE HOURS PROVIDED BY SECTION 4115.02 OF THE REVISED CODE OF THE STATE OF OHIO. AND FIXING THE COMPENSATION THERE FOR. WHEREAS. Ordinance No. 4872 provides that the Fire Department of the City of East Cleveland shall consist of thirty-seven (37) men, which number of men is considered the minimum to pro vide adequate fire protection for the City of East Cleveland, and WHEREAS, three members of the department have recently re signed, reducing manpower to a total' 6? thirty-four men, and WHEREAS, the City has been unable to secure any qualified new members for the department from the existing Civil Service List, and WHEREAS, the City is pre paring to conduct examinations for additional firemen, but it will require several months before such men can be certified and ap pointed. and WHEREAS, it is the opinion of the Fire Chief, the City Man ager and this Commission that, an extraordinary emergency exists and will exist until additional men are appointed to bring the Fire Department to ordinary strength, and WHEREAS, an emergency exists for the immediate preser vation of the public peace, prop erty, health and safety and for the usual daily operation of the Fire 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 this Commis sion declares that an extraordi nar emergency exists due to lack of manpower in the Fire Depart ment of the City of East Cleveland. Thursday, January 17, 1M11 SECTION 2: That the City Manager be and he is hereby authorized and directed to permit regular firemen now in the em ploy of the City to serve in excess of the maximum hours provided by Section 4115.02 of the Revised Code of the State of Ohio on a voluntary basis and under such schedule as he may determine necessary to bring the effective strength of the department to thirty-seven (37) men. SECTION 3: That the compen sation for such extra duty is hereby fixed at Thirty-four Dollars ($34.00) per duty day regardless of rank. For the purpose of this ordinance, a duty day shall com mence at 8:30 A.M. and terminate at 8:30 A.M. the following day. SECTION 4: That it is hereby determined that this emergency condition will continue until addi tional men are appointed to. the Fire Department from certified Civil Service Lists to bring the total strength of the department to at least thirty-seven (37) men. SECTION 5: 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 and for the usual daily operation of the Fire Department, and provided it receives the affir mative 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: January 15. 1957 Attest: /s/ G. T. Apthorp Clerk of the Commission Published January 17, 1956 20 FREE Tickets You can get a pair of compli mentary tickets to the Shaw Hayden Theatre by reading the ads in thia paper. There are ten names in ten ads scattered through the paper. If you find your name, just dip the ad and take it to the Shaw Hayden Theatre and you’ll get two tickets. Thursday, Friday, Saturday, “Lust For Life” “The Sharkfight ers.” Kiddie Matinee Saturday, "The Sharkfighters” plus 4 cartoons and comedy. Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Everything But The Truth,” “The Battle of Gettysburg.” Wednesday, “The World In My Corner Star of India.** Check al) the ads and maybe you’ll find your name. If not this week, be sure to look next week. There’ll be ten names each week good for 20 tkketo at the Shaw-Hayden Theatre. MADAME MONA READER AND ADVISOR Special readings by tea leaves, sand and candlelight. Don't fail to visit this bom gifted American Reader. Priceless advice on all matters. 15113 St Clair at 5 Points (upstairs) Glenville 1-1525 Susie Cardone. 13410 Milan Ave. DEAL IN TOWN SEE L. 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