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Thursday, My 9, 1951
BUSINESS DIRECTORY HOUSEHOLD GOODS RUDY VIDMAR GRADING Bull Dozing Clearing Dirt Removal, Driveways TOPSOIL Cinder* Slag Gravel Fill ESTLMATW RE. 1-6744 TOPSOIL FILL GRAVEL VIC YENC IV. 1-9114 ROTOTILLING REASONABLE rates Frank levee Chuck Jewel! WH. 3-0931 Landscape Gardening Sine* 1930 Topsoil and Evergreens IVanhoe 6-2769 Expert ROTOTILLING Lawns Garden* Landscaping WH. 3-3616 KE. 1-4048 FOR TOPSOIL SERVICE CALL KE. 1-4828 Delivered Daily. Sat. & Sun. ALSO SCREENED TOPSOIL BY THE BUSHEL TOPSOIL Calhoun Landscaping Service GL. 1-4493 IV. 1-1350 PROSTOR'S Tractor Rotovatlng LAWNS, GARDENS AND ACREAGE REdwood 1-4926 FRANK I. BARON TOPSOIL IV. 1-7662 18671 Monterey Avenue FILL DIRT Stone or Brick Fill Drives Cut, Grading, Dirt Removal, Etc. Fred KB. 1-6901 GENERAL LANDSCAPING NEW LAWNS TOPSOIL RE. 1-0825 LI. 1-5162 TREE SERVICE Work i rpi Lb11n.c:te.' DAVE LARNED MUlberry 1-1752 Tree Service REMOVING HUMMING TOPPING CABLING SURGERY Speeialiiing Small Job* Ai Pries Yoe Can Afford Fully Insured IV. 1-640S Evenings er Saadeys, IV. 1-2439 LAWNMOWER SHARPENING Lawn Mowing REASONABLE RATES CONTRACT JOBS t6m IV 1-4451 BRYAN ____ HOUSEHOLD GOODS CASH WITH ADVERTISE MENT—15e MINIMUM MUST Bt IN OUR OFFICE BEFORE NOON WEDNE8DAV NO CANCELLATION OR ALTER ATION AFTER 5 PM. TUES DAY. CALIFbRNlA bound, modern bed room set, spring, mattress, van ity, chair, chifarobe, 896 library table in good condition. 7. WA. 1-7956. 3721 Sudbury rd., Shaker Heights., ______ __________ WaLnUT dining room set, table, buffet, 6 chairs reasonable. RK. SALE! DRAPERIES Old style* and discontinued patem* odd lots. aO QQ Value* to *8.98, pair K*wO DRAPERY ARRICS Large assortment, plains, prints, textures. 1 to 10-yard lengths. Values to *4.95 greatly Qfio underpriced at yard ODD CURTAINS CAFE, ruffled, tailored styles broken assortments. Value* to $1.29,O $2.98 CURTAIN SHOPS INC. 25651 Euclid Avo. Euclid-Richmond Center OPEN TUEB & FRI. NIGHTS RUGS, medium green, 12x15, used very little, $80 picture window drapes, modern pattern, 82x108 each panel, $40. PO. 1-3987 after 5 m.___________________ ___ GIFT Wrappings for Wedding. Birthday, Baby. Shower and general. The SCOOP, 814 East 152nd st._______________ MOVING to California: sectional couch, $15 bassinette, 4 bath inette, 3 play pen, 3 rocker, 3 sled, 3 blackboard, $1. AN. 1-0246. BROWN provincial couch sand box. RE. 1-6502. Floor SampJo COMPLETE CUSTOM KITCHEN L-Shapo 7x6 Ft. includo* O Formica Top O Double Bowl Sifig, Faucets and Sprayer O Base Cabinet O Wall Cabinets PERFECT 495 Value 9711 CLOSE-OUT IRfclU Imperial Furniture 15428 Waterloo Rd. DOUBLE laundry tubs, lead lined, $10: Kirby upright sweeper, at tachments, $25 rollaway bed. in nerspring, 10 General Electric conventional washer, 25 can ning jars, pints, quarts, dozen, 30c. IV. 1-7345.________________ TEXAS bound, all household fur nishings must go: you name it, we have it reasonable. WA. 1-4876.__________ ______________ DARK mahogany dining room set with 6 chairs, very good condi tion, cheap. PO. 1-5186._______ DRYER, gas, BendixT 50: gas stove, 20 A-l condition. 983 Elbon rd. EV. 2-4437. DO IT YOURSELF OR WE HAVE WORKMEN AVAILABLE Rental Equipment Carpet Scrubber, Sanders, Paint Spray, Polishers, fools, All Electric Wallpaper Steamers Extra Savings on O'Brien High Quality Paint Wallpapers MILES WALLPAPER 12418 St Clait Av*. GL 1-2461 SOFA, matching cnair, pink-gray, almost like new, reasonable. GL. 1-4567,________________________ RUGS. 9x12, also 9x12, 9x15 alike must sell, reasonable. IV. 1-4182. YOUTH bed c^Jl LI. 1-6132. ANTIQUE clocks for sale also all clock repairing. Mills, 1346 East 187th St. IV. 1-5680.___________ 2 RUGS, 9x12 with pads General Electric console television, 17 in., LI. 1-4885. SINGER electric sewing machine, 15. 567 East 185th st. VALUE VACUUM SERVICE New and Deed Cleaners REBUILT with WS. Parts ELECTROLUX HOOVER 4t Your Home GA. 1-1860 0(1 OU«UU ROYAL. G.E. up Paper B«4*. Parts, Bertrie* NEXT TO LAWSON'S 677 East 200th KE. 1-1927 CHROME kitchen set, 4 chairs, occasional chair*, end tables, complete. WH. 3-2533.________ 6 COMPLETE rooms ot furniture for sale, 1061 Carlyon rd.. East Cleveland, downstairs. LI. 1-0403. SINGLE metal bed, good eondi tion, frame only, first 5 takes it. KE. 1-3931.__________ave.. _____ YE. 2-2859. DRAPERIES LABOR FREE Pay For Fabric Only Call IVanhee 1-8618 Our decorator will shew you lor** assorted fabric* in ydur home all w*rk and fabric* guaranteed. DOMESTIC Phil co air 1-4991- _________. in.ricTRic range, refrigerator freezer. dining room set, sofa bed’ r,a*mab“» TWO rose rugs, 9 12, kitchen set a i vr other miscellaneous Items. uiiivi e—» A-l. YE. 2-9287. ______________ VACUUM cleaner. Lewyt, excellent condition, 990. PO. 1-6178. USED 36” NORGE GAS RANGE Table OE Top *VV Imperial Furniture 15428 Waterloo Road conditioner a. ton console model, 49. KE. 1-6988. HOOVER upright, also Electrolux cleaner both in real good condl tion. HA, 1-8061.______________ TRIABLE aluminum tray table serving cart. Cost 22, sell 14. Thor "roner 25- WH. 3-0585. LARGE brass bed complete, wal nut, vanity, davenport, 2 uphol stered chairs, bronze chinelie drapes, 8 piece oak dining set. MOLLY WILL BUY Hl. 2-0799. FURNITURE TV APPLIANCES .1 SU. 1-4888 Service Call a-www PO. 1-6818. USED carpeting floral pattern with wine background. Iv. 1-9381. DOt/HbE bed, box spring mattress, vanity, dresser, ehest of draw ers 40 complete, RE. 1-9007. 2 RUGS and pads, 9 12 9 piece green living room set reason able. PO. 1-3598, ____________ DAVENPORT and chairs, will de liver. EV. 1-1OS8. WANTED TO BUT I Bay Bead Furnitara Pay Cosh HE. 1-0111 or EV. 14371 Counselors Alfred Kieselbach, presiding minister, said the convention could well be the largest in the history of Jehovah’s Witnesses. It is scheduled for July 27th through August 3rd and will be held in Yankee Stadium and the Polo Grounds simultan eously. The Watchtower Bible and Tract Society, governing agen cy for Jehovah’s Witnesses, has been making special travel ar rangements for foreign dele gates. Many missionaries will also be brought to the United States for the Bible conven tion. Mr. Kieselbach stated that it is not yet known how many Witnesses from the area will attend. Deaths Thomas W. Parkhurst Thomas W. Parkhurst, a loyal supporter of East Cleve land Little League in which his son, Tommy, jr. is a player, died in University Hospital July 1st. He had been ill for some time. wife, Ruth T. couple to be M. Wayne Mc came to Wind- He and his were the first married by Dr. Queen when he ermere Methodist Church 16 years ago. He was a member of' that church and its Men’s Club. He was also interested in Cleveland Amateur baseball being a member of the Favor ite Knits for the Potter Drug Co. He is survived by his wife, three children. Tommy, jr., Saundra and Roberta, and a brother, Roberta. Friends may call at 12737 Euclid ave. Wednesday be tween 2:00 and 4:00 p. m. and 7:00 and 9:00 p. m. Private services and burial were held. Mrs. John D. Alexander, who would have been 102 years HOUSEHOLD GOODS CARPETING. sq. yds. green Wool, good condition. 1364 East wood Mayfield Heights. EV. 2-6147. MAN’S chest, double dresser with mirror, vanity with mirror and GRAY Masland Sta Twist 12x19, bench, night stand, glass tops on all: modem grey Wood finish. masianu aia i wi»i $150 9x12. 50 rubber paddin* included. AN. 1-2283.___________ MAPLE twin bedroom suite, 110. WH. 3-6918. ________________ ELECTRIC rang^ Washer, kitchen sink, 50. RE. 1-8758._______ DINING Toom set. 6-pieces. RE. 1-2538 after 8 p. m. Vacuum Cleaners HOOVER—G.E.-ROYAL ELECTROLUX—MANY OTHERS Start Oy AE New Used At sUU Part* Service BALDWIN SALES CO. 12631 ST. CLAIR GL. 1415B We Pick U* and Deliver LACE curtains, odd drapes, twin bedspreads, Dormeyer mixer. 3 almost new 7.50x15 tires, very reasonable. EV. 2-6275. DINING room set, 8 pieces, spring constructed seats. 890 East 147th st. DINING room set. 8 pieces up right piano. LI. 1-7032, STbVE, convertible high chair stroller. LI. 1-1210. DRAPERIES MADE FACE/ No charge for labor. Pay only for th* fabric. Large assortment of fabric* shown in your hbme. WH. 3-6459 CARPETING 75 to 80 yd*., pad ding, valued over 400,, now 75 Wilton rugs, 11 11 18^, 12 15, 9 15, 11, 10-920 up hall runner*, typewriter, binocu lars private residence. GL. 1-4252. (Sffli’ffiftbll'iWlkJ.'dresseri’RW and 10.00 radio, 10.00 Canning jars Sc ea. Bicycle inch 10.00. Automatic wartier 820.00. Floor lamp 5.00. 14822 Hale ave., GL. Ready For Y Y CAMP COUNSELORS this summer will be these trained Y members: L. to r., back row—Steve Hull, Dave Manuel, Joseph Billington, Williard Wells (di rector), Bernard Keister, Tom Hendricks, Dick Thomas, Dr. Angus Hull. Second row—Mrs. Marie Supplee, Glen Kyle, Jeffery Neeper, Dick Dreher, Bob Dever. Kneeling—Joe Billington, Neil Sharp, Tom Hamilton, Bob Turnbull, Bernard Keister, Don Peters. Not present for the photo were Bill Morris, Dave Moore, Buzz Lin hardt and Larry Bora. All will serve at Centerville Mills for which registration is still open at the Y House, GL. 1-3425. Jehovah's Witnesses Meet In New York Jehovah's Witnesses from the Windermere congregation announced plans are under way 'to attend an international con vention of Jehovah’s Witnesses in New York city this summer. old in September, died on June 28th, her 80th wedding anni versary. She made her hpme with her daughter, Mrs. Helen Forgerson, 1877 Windermere st. Services here were followed with burial in Fremont, Ohio. Mrs. Alexander and her hus band met while teaching school in Michigan. They came to Ohio and together operated a business college, first in Van Wert and later in Fremont. Mr. Alexander died in 1932. Four grandchildren and nine great-grand children also sur vive. Mrs. Bertha E. Lyman The daughter of a Civil War veteran, Mrs. Bertha E. Lyman, died June 28th 13605 Terrace were held at Funeral Home. at her home, rd. the Services DeVand a native was Mrs. Lyman Clevelander. She was a mem ber of the Early Settlers As sociation of the Western Re serve and of Liberty Chapter. Order of Eastern Star. Surviving are four daugh ters, Mrs. Gertrude F. DeVand, Mrs. Ida K. Lindsay. Mrs. Vir ginia Crittenden, and Mrs. Al ta L. Baker six sons, Earl W., Albie A., Fred, Gordon L, Freely, O. Lyman and Walter J. Killius 20 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren. Andrew B. Frey charter member of Cleveland Business Asso- A Mr. Parkhurst, 51. was a salesman for the Broadway Buick Co., having a non-absence record during his 10 years with the company and being winner of its Master Salesman award. Mr. Frey had one of the first automobile tire shops in the area, opening his retail dis tributing center for Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. in 1915 and continuing it until he retired in 1945. He was a 50-year member of St. John’s Lutheran Church, a Mason and Heights’ White Shrine member, and also af filiated with the Pythias. Knights of Surviving ar* his widow, Mrs. Lulu Duns stepchildren, Eugene C. Wil lard R. and Robert Duns and Mrs. Helen Smith eight grand children and a brother, John of Saginaw, Mich. Frey four is building the East Education, is at Willard Duns superintendent for Cleveland Board of Ernest W. Ingraham Ernest W. Ingraham rounded out a half century as a printer when he retired from the Plain Dealer in 1952, died June 26th in Huron Road Hos pital. Since the death of his wife, the former Viola Mason of Akron in 1948 he had made his home with his daughter, Mrs. Horace H. Zook, 1863 Burnette ave. Services were held June 28th here and burial was in Granger burg (Ohio) Cemetery. He was bom in Granger, Redina Coun ty 81 years ago. became a Mr. Ingraham printer apprentice at the for mer Akron Beacon came to Cleveland became associated Plain Dealer, their 50-vear in 1902 and in 1904 and with the being another of employees. to his daughter, grand-daughter, In additon he leaves a Mrs. Kathervn LaGanke and a grand-son, Chad LaGanke. Oldtimers Rollerskate The next skating session of the “Oldtimer” Rollerskaters will be 7:30 p. m. Monday. July 7th, at the Rollerdrome Rink, Shore Center dr. in Euclid. A present, there are 190 mem bers. Other former rollerskaters are welcome to apply for mem bership next Monday. This group has a private skat ing night the first Monday of each month. EAST CLEVELAND LEADER Camp Duty Dolls Old Dolls New In Review What is dearer to the heart of a little girl than her doll. Girls who flock to Caledonia Playground again proved their effections for their dolls in the doll show held Tuesday after noon. Acting as judges for the some 75 entries were Mrs. Rob ert F. Derry, 927 Greyton rd., Mrs. Frank Csider, 16009 Ra vine dr. and James Marino, 15999 Ravine dr. After much comparison, the following winners were an nounced: Biggest Doll: Molly McNeill, 15924 Glynn rd., 1st: Barbara Schweiter, 15901 Glynn rd., 2nd Becky Wilson, 838 Cale donia, 3rd. Oldest Doll: Lynn Chapman, 1838 Page, 60 years Martha Derry, 927 Greyton, 40 years Laura Kirby, 932 Selwyn, 35 years. Smallest Doll: Jennifer Young, 1909 Hillside, 1st Pat Rodda, 912 Selwyn, 2nd Beth Carlson, 920 Selwyn, 3rd. Best Costumed Doll: Kathy Huber, 1030 Nelaview, 1st Bobbie DeLillo, 820 Helmsdale, 2nd Barbara Hastings, 1945 Taylor, 3rd. Cutest Dolls: Janice and Gail Grossman, 917 Ravine, 1st Mary Morino. 15999 Ravine, 2nd: Nancy Kerr, 983 Nela view, 3rd. Prettiest Doll: Pam Dishin ger, 1st Nancy Csider, 16009 Ravine, 2nd Joan Horning, 970 Selwyn, 3rd. the East ciation, Andrew B. Frey, for years operator of a tire shop on Euclid ave., near East 125th st., died Sunday, June 29th in Huron Road Hospital, aged 76 years. Kathy Krause, 1st Maureen Cecile Rodeno, Rag Dolls: 15757 Glynn, Tateman, 2nd 3rd. Funniest Doll: Cindy Noble, 991 Brunswick, 1st Linda and Laurel Mullen, 883 Selwyn, 2nd Note Burgess, 2046 Bruns wick, 3rd, Honorable Mention: Ginny Snider Pat Shelton, 2024 Han over Vicky Jeffries, 2077 Han over Barbara Rodeno Linda Schonitzer, 15817 Glynn rd. Becky Donaldy, 16055 Glynn Mary Gibson, 16208 Glynn Libby and Leslie Van Omnen Debby Hatch, 936 Ravine Mar tha and Stephie Zeitz Miles, 2035 Brunswick Vogler, 935 Selwyn. Books added to the East Cleveland Public Library Young Executive’s Wife, Edith Heal Then Command ments, A. P. Davies This is the Mass, Henri Daniel-Rops. Catholic Church in the Mod ern World, E. E. Y. Hales American Freedom and Cath olic Power, Paul Blanshard. 3368 The family home Henderson rd. American Conscience, Roger Burlingame Coming of the Green, Leonard Wibberley Economics Made Simple, L. P. Singer. who American Stockholder, J. A. Livingston Vice-Presidents of the U. S., Anthony Lucchetti France in 1958, Anthony Luc chetti Picture of Japan, Colin Simpson Your Wonderful Body, P. P. Chase There Is An Answer to Cancer, L. B. Gold man Miracle Bridge at Mack inac, D. B. Steinman. ABC of Herb and Spice Cookery. Society of Actuaries Application of Electronic Data Processing Equipment to Office Operations Clerical Bookkeep ing, E. C/Terry. American Knives, H. L. Pet erson Engineering Properties and Applications of Plastics, G. F. Kinney. Antiques, A. K. Cole Rem brandt, Otto Benesch Stamp Collector’s Handbook, Samuel Grossman Child Photography Made Easy, J. A. Schneider. Irish Songs, Burl Ives Haz litt on Theatre, William Haz litt Skate Sailing, R. C. Jef ferson Big League Batting Secrets, Harvey Kuenn New Girl in Town, George Abbott Elizabetheans H. Pearson Beloc, M. A. First Person Godowsky Charles Wesley and His Colleagues, C. W. Flint. at Home, L. E. Young Hilaire B. Lownes Plural, Dagmar Rob Carrier Of $15 Collection Harvey, the 12-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Berlin of 1188 Melbourne rd. had an experience Saturday afternoon, June 28th, that he will not want to have repeated. Harvey is a carrier for both The East Cleveland Leader and the Cleve land News and while collecting for the latter paper was held up and robbed by a youth about 15 years of age. Harvey, he reports, was grabbed around the neck and hauled to a near by garage on Carlyon Place where the youthful robber told him “not to dare” call the lice and took over $13 Harvey’s collection money. These past two weeks Willie, the Whaje, -has been very pleased because many boys and girls have signed, up to take swimming lessons at Shaw Pool. With all these people helping him, Willie is sure he’ll be able to get a tail this summer. The children who signed up for this Red Cross Learn-to Swim program have been placed in their proper class group. Each group has its own special color. There is a big chart with every one’s name on a little whale, along with Willie.' So Wfllie is happy that he is at Shaw pool, so he can get his tail. The children who pass their tests will receive a Willie the Whale insignia for their bath ing suits. Willie the Whale says: ‘Prac tice all your swimming, and pass that test” Edith Sitwell Austria in Color, Kurt Peter Karfeld Shop Tools, Care and Repair, DeWitt Hunt How to Build Modern Furniture, M. D. Fabbro Guide to Garden Flowers, Norman Taylor. Hawthorn Book of Christmas Carols, C. V. Taylor Writer’s Hankbook, A. S. Burack Dear Abby, P. F. Phillips Music Man, Meredith Willson His tory of England, W. E. Lunt Cindy Susan New Books women brought Two local more than one new baby each home with them when they left St. Alexis Hospital the other dav. In th** hosnit’1 the two struck up a fv’endshln which thev hone will continue long into th** future. Yr?. Fran} Skv^a. lh** Fast 146th st.. -”d Mrs. William Loeffler. 1978 Nelawood were two rooms enart 1n the motemit'* division of St. Alexis. Somehow tr nther. one of them discovered that their husbands are hoth emnloved hv the Gewerel Electric Cnmnenv’s L*»mn D,w*sion but in di**—nt nhnts. Tbev began visiting ajx'b otber’« room. Heart of India, Alexander oiner roum. [Campbell English Eccentrics,! Mrs. Loeffler had given birth An Orchid For Police he Although thankful that was not hurt, he is wondering how he is going to meet the last three payments on a tele vision set which he bought out of his earnings and presented to his mother as a gift some time ago. Po Editor’s Note: Chief of lice H. S. Weaver and his offi cers have merited another or chid, as the following letter received by Chief Weaver June 26th reveals: Mr. H. S. Weaver Police Chief East Cleveland, Ohio Dear Sir: I wish to thank the East Cleveland police officers swho so promptly ahswered my call for an ambulance on May 2nd, to take my husband to Huron Road Hospital, and followed with us cruiser also called for us after my husband passed away. po of in the I shall have a kind and warm ways, me to to try regard for them al knowing they helped do everything possible and save him. I would like this read to the police officers for they know who was on duty in this vicinity at the time. Also I would like it published in the East Cleveland Leader for all to read. Kirk Sep- Harvey will be a 7B in Junior High School this tember. Harvey’s News route is 125th, one side of which is in East Cleveland and the other in Cleveland. Police of that city were also notified. His Leader route, no collect ing necessary, is Superior from East 125th st. to Euclid ave. Willie The WhaleSmiles With kindest personal re gards to you all. Many, many thanks. East Mrs. W. A. Ginader and son Bill of Charlotte, N. C. 1728 Rosedale ave. E. Cleveland, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio, June 24th. In his reply, Chief Weaver expressed the appreciation of himself and his department the letter, saying in part: “Naturally, letters such yours provide officers with proper incentive to continue to render courteous and efficient service to our citizens. For your information, the officers who responded to your call were Sgt. Robert Allen and Pa trolmen Harry Franklin. Frank Bajzel and Leroy Stinedurf. Your letter will be read at roll call so all the officers of the East Cleveland Police Depart ment,. may know of your appre ciation.” Lt. (jg I Uber, who came here from duty at the Construction Battalion Center. Davisville, R.L, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. Uber of 2159 Taylor rd. Before being commissioner in the U.S. Navy on June 10th. 1955, Lt. (jg) Uber attended Rensselaer Polytechnic Insti tute, Troy, N. Y. He has served ____ aboard the aircroft carrier USS Soviet-American Relations,! Ticonderoga and attended the 1917-1920, v. 2, G. F. Kennan Civil Engineer Corps Officer Cattlemen, Marie Sandoz. I School, Port Hueneme, Calif. New Friendships Bud In Hospital V Karpet-Kan Professional CL1ANING for as the GJ. News Pvt. I Wayne O. Lawrence surprised Marie E. Lawrence of 12623 Superior rd. last Wednesday evening leaving Saturday for Camp Pendleton where he will be on MP Brig duty. He will he home for his birthday on July 26th. He spent several months at Twenty-Nine Palms. Pvt. Lawrence has won several medals for sharp shooting and judo, and plans to make the Marines his career. He is a former student at Kirk Jr. High School and enlisted at the age of 17. his mother, Mrs. 4 LONDON—Navy Lieutenant (junior grade) Charles B. Uber reported June 2nd for duty at the U.S. Naval Communications Facility, Londonderry. North ern Ireland. Mr CVC 80 Neu, clean, crisp, rectangular cabinet styling with flush front and warmtone beige finish with gold accent compact and beautiful for installation in 1 ’A' to a son, William, jr. she al ready has a little daughter, Margaret, who will be two in August. Mrs. Skufca’s new baby was a girl, Kim Marie. She already had an 18-month old son, Michael Joseph. Neither of the two men had ever met, until introduced by their wives. Then, they had a lot of shop talk to discuss. For Mrs. Loeffler, particu larly, the new friendship is a welcome one. She came to the United States from -Germany just two years ago and, as yet, doesn’t know too many people in this country. The trip from East 146th st to Nelawood ave. isn’t a Jong one and Idamae Skufca and Helga Loeffler will probably be making it often ,from now on. 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