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TREASURER'S NOTICE
RATES OF TAXATION 1957
FRANK M. BRENNAN
NAMES OF VILLAGES
TOWNSHIPS AND CITIES
Cleveland Hta^Oty—Cleveland City School Diet.
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THE TAX BOOKS FOR THE FIRST
HALF 1957 COLLECTION WILL BE
OPEN FOR PAYMENT OF TAXES
ON FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1957,
AND WILL CLOSE ON MONDAY,
JANUARY 20. 1958.
Published week* ot Dec. 23-30. 1057 Jan. 8-13-20-27, 1958
nn HEREBY PUBLISH NOTICE of the ratez of taxation for the tax year 1957 az provided by
Rev Section 323.08 G. C. The number of dollars and cents levied on each $100.00 of property
Listed for Taxation within said County for the Tax Year 1957 is
FOR COUNTY PURPOSES
General, $0,144 Indebtedness. $0,039 Cleveland Metropolitan
ttp.nu, Welfare and Relief, $0,267 Total County Levy, $0,470.
RATES EVPREMSED IN DOLLARS AND CENTS ON EACH
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delinquent for two consecutive tax-paying periods are
taxes by foreclosure action and sheriff’s sale.
Pay your taxes by mall and avoid a trip to the Administration Building. Enclose *elf-addresse«
temped envelope for return of your tax receipt.
ft you call in person at the Administration Building to get your tax bilL do not fall to bring
your LAST TAX RECEIPT.
CALL
AT ROOM 111 IN THE COUNTY TREASURER’S OFFICE AND SECURE INFORMATION
PERTAINING TO PAYING DELINQUENT TAXES IN INSTALLMENTS.
WHEN CHECKS RECEIVED FOR TAXES AREI NOT
TAXES WILL BE RESTORED TO THE DtirLlLAlfi
FURTHER NOTICE.
SIX SIXES
The Last “Midyearss
Following are the members
of the January 1958 6A classes
of the various elementary
schools in the East Cleveland
system this year, who will be
the final January graduates
from our grade schools.
Caledonia
Boys: Neal Caddy, Larry
Daniels, Gregory Davis, Walt
er Hoffman, Charles Little,
Richard Lynette, Roger Mar
una, Paul Miller, Kim W’alton.
Girls: Virginia Allen, Vivian
Benedict, Judith Costolo, Don
na Effland, Laura Kirby, Jan
ice Kjiapp, Susan Kocher, Mar
ilyn Long,
Nancy
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Lonny Rasbitsky, Earl Rudeen,
Donald Shuping, Peter Welsh,
Thomas Young.
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Hagberg, Pamela Haines, Cher
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PRESENTATION^
OFFICE HOURS: 8:38 A.M. to 4:20 P.M.
SATURDAYS 8:30 AJR to 12:00 M.
Office of the freeiurer
Cuyahoga County Cleveland Ohio
FRANK M.
BRENNAN
COUNIY IRLASURfcR
Nash, Dana Sue Stout,
Beth Taylor, Nancy
Mayfair
Michael Kolenick,
Malec, John Sivec.
Donna Smith, Leslee
Boy s
Michael
Girls:
Swift.
Suzanne
Rosser, Jean
Chambers
Michael Akiya, Jos-
Boys:
eph Barohouse, Robert Bauer,
James Bezdek, Larry Eimer,
Blair Galasky, John Kobal,
Paul Kupfer, Albert Lang, Jos-
Rozel le
Niess,
Carol
Dennis Aingworth,
Apple, Alan DiLillo,
Knaggs, Tony Paris,
Rode, Eugene Shriver,
Boys:
Charles
Robert
Patrick
Tony Notaro, Russell Zeskey.
Girls: Jerrie Chapman, Sher
on Cozine, Lourice Dively, Car
ol Fatica, Irmgard Febel, Ruth
Goldscher, Marie Gordon, Betty
Jean Hanel, Elizabeth Hipps,
Dorthy Matyas, Virginia Med
vetz, Dorthy Missar, Judith
Pata, Sandra Savino, Ruth Ann
Smith, Sharon Smith, Marianne
Somogyi, Georgia Svokos, Di
ana Ward.
Pros pert
Boys: Kenneth Atkinson,
Milton Bley, William Evans,
Frank Krupa, Daniel Lowry,
Brian Munkres, David Rosen
berg, Tony Sawyer, Robert San
tini, Irving Schreck.
Girls: Sharon Brozell, Elinor
Dodge, Jeanne Douglas, Chris
tina Dreifort, Mary Sue Jones,
Sally McHendry.
Superior
Boys: Roger Anderson, Joel
Cook, Jimmy Crosten, Thomas
Maremaa, Carl Walters, Jos
eph Winer.
Girls: Rosemarie Antonio,
Linda Clark, Carol Hoffman,
Nina Lindemann, Cheryl Papa
delis, Linda Settevendmi, An
nette Zamplno.
And that’s all. The numbers
are small, you see—112 alto
gether, we make it. At SUPE
RIOR, some “6B Fairies” had
to be borrowed from the June
class for the class performance
of “The Sleeping Beauty,” be
cause there were not enough
“6A Fairies” to perform all the
requisite magic. At MAYFAIR
there are only fiv children be
ing honored this week. They are
starring in their graduation
program, with each one of the
two girls and three boys being
given ample opportunity to dis
play their talents—musical and
gymnastic, they happen to be.
CALEDONIA’S graduates
are presenting a varied pro
gram for their classmates, par
ents and teachers, including a
playlet, folk dances, and
sical solos. ROZELLE’S
students have a pleasant
tom that is unique in the
as far as we know. They
make up their own Class Book,
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599 E. 185th St. IV. 1-0621
EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
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MID-YEAR GOODBYES at Caledonia School mark
only the passing of the Sixth Grade promotions,
ct-dc’digd
the trodit'ion in which the graduating Sixth Graders
pinned corsages on their mothers at the January PTA
meeting. Here Larry Daniels so honors his mother,
Mrs. Enfield Daniels, 3387 Henderson rd., a closing
tribute in the name of the hundreds of Caledonia boys
and girls who have likewise honored their mothers.
bound in the school colors
°f\Tkic
blue and w’hite, containing me-1
mentoes of their classmates,
their teachers, their principal,
and their building—the latter
in the form of a picture bound'School
in the book. CHAMBERS has aduks will be administered by
prepared an extremely attrac- Dr. Frederick Hamilton at
tive program for its Class Day!IrosPect School, Monday, Jan
exercises, which the children ™ry 27th. There is a fee of
should be proud to keep as sou-1^1 25- Advance registration is
venirs. And both PROSPECT!necessary.
Other Notes
Anyone visiting Chambers
these days should see the relief
maps of Mexico and Central
America made by the pupils of
Mrs. Florence Moll of the Hard
of Hearing School, maps which
are made of salt and flour. The
substance can be colored after
it hardens, and yet it is pliable
enough before the hardening
process takes place to represent
mountains, valleys, and plains
quite accurately .The students
have also written neat themes
explaining how they made
their maps, and have displayed
their work attractively in the
main hal of the school.
We also like Prospect
School’s fourth graders’ dis
play of bird-feeding trays and
platforms in the trophy case of
that building. These very use
ful
work
son’s
one
milk
intact for a roof and the bot
tom for a feeding floor the
other, a pair of tinfoil pie
plates suspended by strings,
the smaller above the larger, to
accommodate different sizes of
birds and different kinds of
food. Accompanying this dis
play of feding platforms is the
legend, “The North Wind doth
blow,and we will have snow—,”
a most timely title for the ar
ticles being shown.
mu
6A
cus
city,
each
SALE!
Aluminum Combination
wintertime articles, the
of Mrs. Hazel Stephen
pupils, are of two types:
a carved-out cardboard
carton, with the top left
Free Movie Tickets
You can got a pair of com
plimentary tickets to the Shaw
Hayden Theatre by reading the
ads in this paper. There are ten
names in ten ads scattered thru
the paper. If you find your name,
just clip the ad and take it io
the Shaw-Hayden Theatre and
you'll get two free tickets.
Lei Girl*."
Georg*
The Rocket
and
Thun.. Fri., Sat., "L_
Kiddie Matinee Sat.
I (Foghorn) Winslow
Man" plus 4 cartoons
i comedy.
I Sun., Mon., Tues.. "Zero Hour"
and "Hear Mo Good."
Wed.. Thun., "My Man God
frey."
Chock all the ads and maybe
you'll find your name. If not this
week, bo sure to look next week.
1 There'll bo ten names each week
good for 20 tickets at the Shaw-
Hayden Theatre.
SERVIKG EUCLID
and Vicinity
BRICKMAN & SONS
FUNERAL HOMES
LICENSED FUNERAL DIRECTORS
and EMBALMERS
Eugene C. Brickman Paul R. Brickman
Frank G. Brickman Charles P. Brickman, Jr.
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not
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Shots
The third, and last Prospect
polio inoculaton for
Mrs- Salvatore Bitonti, PTA
and SUPERIOR are h°n°rinZ| Hea]th chairman is in charee
their graduates with a tradi-jHealth chairman» 19 ,n ^arge
tional “Clapping Out” cere
mony, at which the 6A stu
dents march through the halls
of their school for their last
official time to the applause
of their schoolmates.
of this program, and may be
contacted by phone at MLT 1
7389, or by mail at 15909 Elder
wood ave.
MAYFAIR POLIO
SHOT REMINDER
Mrs. Glenn Smith, Mayfail
polio health chairman, reminds
all persons interested in re
ceiving their third polio shot,
or those wanting a single shot
to be at Mayfair School, 13916
Mayfair ave., on Sunday, Feb
ruary 2nd between 2-4 p.m.
end
few
the
We can’t let the column
without mentioning a
other things going on in
grades, despite the length
which this portion of your news
has attained already.
regardless of age,
accompanied by a
Children,
MUST be
parent.
Nurses,
teered their services are Miss
Thelma Fury, and Mrs. Marie
Madson. This is the
shot at Mayfair.
who have volun
final polio
Tartaglia,
is pleased
Mrs. Nicholas R.
publicity chairman,
to report that Mayfair PTA has
received an “Oak Chip’’ in the
Ohio Parent-Teacher Magazine
from items of publicity in the
December, 1957 issue.
Mayfair president, Mrs. Otto
Guenther, has chosen Mrs. Eu
gene Reeser, first vice presi
dent, as chairman of the lunch
eon given for the January
graduating class and guests.
PTA mothers on the commit
tee are Mrs. Robert Gallion,
Mrs. Louis Komaromy, Mrs.
Carl Strasshofer, Mrs. Richard
Macey, Mrs. William Haker.
The February 4th meeting of
the Prospect PTA will be in
honor of Founders’ Day. A
brief skit, entitled. “This Is
Your Life—PTA”, directed by
Mrs. Stanton Downs, and hu
morous anecdotes by past pres
idents of the organization, will
form the program. Dessert and
coffee will be served at 1 p. m.
in order that the teachers may
be present, and the program
starts at 1:30.
If there are any past presi
dents of Prospect PTA who
have not been contacted, and
who would be interested in be
ing a part of this program,
Mrs. Downs requests that they
please call her, in the evening,
at
PO 1-4850.
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East Cleveland Savins*
woman is Mrs. F. E.
of 1730 Northfield,
of the Mother’s
St. Vincent Charity
School of Nursing.
A busy
Andrews
president
Guild of
Hospital
The group’s annual card par
ty comes up tomorrow night
in Jordon Hall, 2320 East 24th
st., with proceeds for the stu
dent nurses’ home equipment.
The public is invited.
The Civics Committee of The
East Cleveland Woman’s Club
is sponsoring a dinner Thurs
day, January 30th, at 6:30 p. m.
for club members and their es
corts. East Cleveland city of
ficials will be the guests of
honor. An evening of fun and
good entertainment is prom
ised.
The East Cleveland Grand
mothers Social Club invite and
welcome all grandmothers in
East Cleveland for an after
noon of fun Friday, January
24th. Hostess for the meeting
at the East Cleveland Library
will be Mrs. Charles D’Silvey.
The February meeting
G.S.L. Club will be held
home of Mrs. Belle
14405 Sciota ave. This
of ten women interest
selves in the patients at the
Cuyahoga County Nursing
Home, helping the staff
many ways and bringing joy
the shut-ins.
THE TERRACE
GARDEN CLUB
The February 4th meeting of
the Terrace Garden Club will
be held at 1:15 p. m, in the
home of Mrs. Sterling L. Neale,
162C5 Glynn rd. Miss Briner,
librarian of the garden center,
wil talk on “Books as an Aid
to Gardening.**
INCOME TAX
Returns Prepared
Also County and State
16371 Euclid at Belvoir
GL. 1-8999 PO. 1-6415
Open Saturday and Sunday
Park Free In Rear
NOTICE OF ANNUAL
SHAREHOLDERS
MEETING OF
THE EAST CLEVELAND
SAVINGS AND LOAN
COMPANY
Please take notice that the
annual shareholders meeting of
The East Cleveland Savings and
Loan Company will be held at
the office of the Company at
5816 Mayfield Road, Mayfield
Heights 24, Ohio on the 27th
day of January, 1958 at 8:00
P.M, for the following purposes:
1. Electing Directors.
2. Amending the articles of
incorporation to change the prin
cipal office of the Company to
5816 Mayfield Road, Mayfield
Heights 24, Ohio and to increase
the number of authorized shares
to 400,000 shares with a pax
value of $100 each.
3. Amending the Constitution
to change the principal office of
the Company from East Cleve
land, Ohio to Mayfield Heights,
Cuyahoga County, Ohio to in
crease the authorized capital
stock to $40,000,000, divided into
400,000 shares of $100 par value
each to change the time of the
annual shareholders meeting
from the 4th Monday of January
of each year at 8:00 o'clock P.M.
to the 4th Monday of January of
each year at 3:00 o'clock P.M..
or such other time as the Board
of Directors may designate to
change the length of term of the
directors so that directors shall
hereafter be elected for two-year
terms to increase the Board of
Directors from Seven (7) to Eight
(8) Directors.
will
Three interesting films
be shown January 30th at the
East Cleveland Library.“Wings
to Haiti,” a film by Pan-Amer
ican Airlines will picture Hai
ti’s scenic beauty, backward
people, and strange customs.
“Asian Earth” will picture a
tale of India and a typical Hin
du family. A short attraction
will take the audience on a tour
of the fascinating Philippine
Islands.
4. Transacting such other busi
ness as may properly come be
fore the meeting.
ROBERT C. KNOX.
Make yovr dreams eme free by eav
Ing a definite gmeunt every payday. cuMMff «aw
Savings Insured to $10,000
East Cleveland
Savinas
and Loan Company
parable beverages.
Secretary
Published: Jan. 9, 16. 23, 1958
NEW CAR
NEW HOME
RETIREMENT
EDUCATION
APPLIANCES
Hours! 9 30 to 2:30
Open til 6 on Friday
Sedmak Moving & Storage1
ALSO LIGHT EXPRESSING OF ALL KINDS
LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING
BEER
of the
at the
Irwin,
group
them-
in
to
TOM THUMB
of
The Mount Union Women
Cleveland will meet on Tues
day, January 28th at 8 p. m.
at the home of Mrs. Wm. V.
Nick, 1879 Charles rd., East
Cleveland. Mrs. L. Yonker will
present a book review.
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