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Thursday, July 31.1958
Business Directory FILL Frank levee Chuck Jewell WH. 3-0931 lamlscaiN Garieahg Since 1930 Topsoil and Evergreens IVanhoo 6-2769 FOR TOPSOIL SERVICE CALL KE. 1-4828 Delivered Daily. Set. & Sun. ALSO SCREENED TOPSOIL BY THE BUSHEL TOPSOIL Calhoun Landscaping Service GL. 1-4493 IV. 1*1350 PROSTOR'S Tractor Rotovatlog LAWNS, GARDENS AND ACREAGE REdwood 1-4928 FILL DIRT Stone or Brick Fill Drives Cut, Grading, Dirt Removal. Etc. Fred KE. 1-5601 GENERAL LANDSCAPING NEW LAWNS TOPSOIL RE. 1-0825 LI. 1-5162 TOPSOIL FILL GRAVEL VIC YENC IV. 1-9114 COMPLETE TREE SERVICE DAVE LARNED MUlberry 1-3752 Tree Service REMOVING TRIMMING TOPPING CABLING SURGERY Specializing in Small faba Ar a Price You Can Afford Fully Insured IV. 14408 Evening* or Sundays. IV. 1-2439 Tree Service CALL ANYTIME UT. 1-8085 PO. 1-8382 Mower Sharpening Specials Hand. $3.50 Power. $8.00 Our mobile shop comes to your home. LL 1-1888 or LL 1-9451 For Advertising—GL1-4383 Spray Gun* Floor Sander* Edger* Hand Sanders Scrubber* Waxer* 4 Ladder* Wallpaper Tool* Steamer* Rug Cleaning Machine* PLEASE PHONE FOR RESERVATIONS Roesch Point 4 Wallpaper Supplies 853 East 222nd Street Opposite SI Christine s Schoo) REdwood 1-3585 W’' L. ,4 *'’V: GRAVEL TOPSOIL Wholesale and Retail 1 O 7 A Large Load Kt» 1*0/04 ROTOTILLING LANDSCAPING Neasona*Iet PETE IHSANA WH. 3-6978 RUDY VIDMAH GRADING Bull Dozing Clearing Dirt Removal, Driveways topsoil Cinders Slag Gravel Fill estimates BE. 1-6744 ROTOTILLING REASONABLE RATES al 5*t pnrro rEBTUZ TOPSOIL Large Load Cow Manure Humus Topsoil By The Bushel KE. 1-5166 ROTOTILLING COMPLETE LANDSCAPING FILL SAND GRAVEL TRACTOR WORK Driveway Excavating Evergreens Shrubbery AN. 1-0721 or RE. 1-2566 TOPSOIL LARGE LOAD Fill Sand Gravel 530 East 260th SL m. p«c«kRE. 1-8145 Dick Whittington ROTOVATING TOPSOIL GRADING Complete Landscape and Tree Service Limestone Cinders Fill Call Ahead o WH. 3-6059 TOPSOIL Bank Gravel Fill Sand (Dump Hauling) LARGE LOADS Joe WH. 3-1991 Ed IV. 1-7216 Green Thumb Landscaping Service and Supplies D. L. SEIBERT WH. 3-0474 KE. 1-6320 Expert ROTOTILLING Lawns Gardens Landscaping WH. 3-3816 KE. 14048 Hand and Power MOWER SERVICE REASONABLE RATES Pick Up and Delivery Sayler Service 1 E I Rb!h Si. 29025 Luch' WH ?. 1314 ADVERTISING CLASSIFIED BY PHONE 90e MINIMUM, CASH WITH ADVERTISE MENT 78c MINIMUM. MUST BE IN OUR OFFICE BEFORE NOON WEDNESDAY. NO CANCELLATION OR ALTER ATION AFTER 5 P. M. TUE8 DAY.__________________________ WANT TO MOVE? HEAVY and light hauling call anytime, reasonaoble. 15 years experience. Rocky, MU. 1-0272. MOVING CALL us for reasonable rates and free estimates. OR. 1-4163. VENETIAN BUNDS All fyp«»—Cuttom Mad. Fraa Estimates REdwood 1-7075 v HUH-SHADE VENETIAN BLIND CO. 22812 Nicholas Avenue LIGHT hauling anytime reason able. Ralph Wahl, KE. 1-1912. CARPENTRY and masonry work, new and old cement walks, steps, porches, basements, cus tom made Bars. IV. 1-2370. LIGHT hauling you name it, 1*11 haul it reasonable no rubbish. Remember this number, RE. 1-0931._________ YOUNG man wants 'fight hauling, has truck anything reasonable. KE. 1-0498. Tree Removal INSURED STANLEY IV. 14441 GIFT wrappings tor large pack ages, continuous sheet, size 25x40 also jumbo rolls cut the paper to fit the gift. The SCOOP. 814 East 152nd st. ELECTRICAL wiring of any kind fuse boxes, basements rewired lowest prices in town. EV. 2-6276. WALLS and woodwork washed reasonable. IV. 6-2011. PLASTERING, patching old or new reasonable. MU. 1-2153. HAULING of all kinds, basements and garages cleaned dirt, lum ber and brush removed. MU. 1-8424. _____________________ EX-G.I. painting, kemtoning, pap er cleaning, wall washing, base ment painting free eetimates reasonable. GL. 1-2932. ... A BUSINESS DIRECTORY SANA-BLEACH washing fluid, de livered 35c gal., 4 gal. 81.30 pine cleaner, 81.95 Eagle Stamps. EV. 1-0843, EV. 1-0470. .__________ SAGGING davenports and chairs, steel webbed in your home, no fuss or dirt. Call S. Wooteton, days, UL. 1-4030 evenings, UL. 1-4540. PAPERHANGING SAMPLES PAINTING R. J. Schroeder Free Estimates GL. 1-2688 BL. 7-7397 MOVING? Rutherford movers van service no job too small low rates fully equipped. SW. 5-6879._______________ .______ MOVING and hauling, closed van, small jobs our specialty. LI. 1-0340, CL. 2-3987. ________ INTERIOR EXTERIOR PAINTING Papering and General Repair^ Fred McCarthy v EV. 1-5673 LIGHT hauling, basements cleaned, rubbish removed: reasonable RE. 1-5993: available anytime. MASONRY, all kinds, new and re pair: basements, steps, garages, bars.- WH. 3-0896. GENERAL painting work, 25 years experience do work myself reasonable try me and see. RE. 1-3548. LANDSCAPING" rototilllng, grad ing. yard maintenance reason able. KE. 1-6649. Typewriters Repaired CLEANED. OILED O DAYS, EVES. ass iv. i-siso LIGHT hauling, painting, rubbish removed, yards cleaned, moving, etc. HE. 1-0363. CARPENTRY, big or small, all kinds of work reasonable free estimates. WH. 3-5132. WINDOW cleaning, wall washing, wallpaper cleaning. UL. 1-3914. MOVING, hauling, expressing van with lift gate and driver. $5 per hour. SW. 1-2270, SW. 1-5017. Paperhanging Father and Son White 1Xm7le?s u. OPPORTUHHIES BEVERAGE and delicatessen, C-2. located at the main intersection in Euclid, Ohio in Euclid's finest shopping center complete with large inventory. Call RE. 1-4613 between 3-5 p. m. BEAUTY shop, first time offered, 2 operator shop. East 200th street area good location, well estab lished 82,500 will take any rea sonable offer must retire. IV. I 6-0465 after 6 p. m. ID-2 BEER and wine license in Eu I clid if Interested, write Box 34, I 814 East 152nd st. I|------------------------------------------1 Good location on main road. Extra fine bars and fixtures. Good business. Owner must sell. THE REAL ESTATE CENTER 38510 Lake Shore Blvd. v WH. 2-5282 WANTED TO RENT QUIET elderly couple desire 2 bedrooms, up or down, with ga rage Shaw-Hayden area up to 675 by September 1st. PO. 1-9139. *2 BEDROOM lower, garage. Shaw- Hayden area, only fireman, wife, girl 11: by September 1st up to 885. PO. 1-4780.________ ENGINEERING writer, wife. 3 children require 3 bedroom sin gle: Euclid. Wickliffe, or* Willo wick area. GL. 1-0175._______ SINGLE or duplex prefer north of blvd. 2 adults: to 8125 ref erences. Call after 5 p. m. IV. 6-1944.______________________ COUPLE with 2 children want du plex or single. 2-3 bedrooms, |75 Eastlake vicinity. PO, 1-7186. 2 TEACHERS desire unfurnished home or apartment in Euclid near Lake Shore blvd. area, by August 25th. Call IV. 1-8004, August 2nd, 1 to 3:30 p. m., Aug ust 3rd 9 to 11:30 a. m. SMALL 5 room single, East of 185th«Lake Shore, near shopping and bus. RA. 1-2154. 5 ROOMS, with heat, to $80 month expectant couple with 1 child Northeast section. LI. 1-5787. Mornings and evenings. ORDINANCE NO. 5123 By: Mr. Mix AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTION? OF ORDINANCE NO. 4765, PASSED NOVEMBER 17, 1953, AND BEING THE ROOMING HOUSE ORDI NANCE, SO CALLED, OF THE CITY OF EAST CLEVELAND AND RE PEALING ORDINANCE NO. 4979, PASSED OCTO BER 16, 1956. BE IT ORDAINED by the Commission of the City of East Cleveland, Ohio SECTION 1: That Section 7 of Ordinance No» 4765, passed November 17, 1953, and en- V'- i--,»r v J- '. ii. at* 1-0 PLASTERING, patchwork, ceilings, attics work guaranteed. Call Dave, anytime. GL. 1-8964. PAPER steaming, painting, plaster ing all work guaranteed white. Call Neil, GL. 1-8964. ELECTRICAL work, large or small free estimates licensed. LI. 1-6417 TONY’S services general cleaning. GA. 1-3196. GOOD plastering of all types work guaranteed free estimates. WH. 4-0778. PLASTIC tile or floor tile, acousti cal tile installing, plastering kitchen, bath repairs: remodel ing Insured. IV. 1-9189. CARPENTER work, new or re pairs, porches, steps, railings, overhead garage doors painting, interior, exterior good work reasonable prices fast service. IV. 1-9189 full insurance, easy terms. CEMENT walks, retaining walls, bricklaying, low prices on point ing. IV. 1-9189. ROOFING- REPAIRS REPAIRING |5 and up hot, cold tarring, roof shingle oiling, gut ter-tinning, chimneys rebuilt, pointed caulking, foundations, garages straightened, etc. fast service, good work. IV. 1-9189, full insurance, easy terms. LIGHT HAULING CALL Jorin, KE. 1-6468._________ WALL to wall carpeting cleaned in your home carpet installa tion stair carpet shifted. Free estimates. WH. 3-4424. ELECTRICAL wiring air condl tioners. ranges, dryers, garages, recreation rooms: free estimates licensed bohded: insured. Rol land Electrical Co. WH. 3-4569. SEWING and alterations ladies and children’s clothing. Call WH. 4-2307.______________________ RELIABLE handy man, all kinds of work, has own tools. WH. 3-2490. v I titled: “An Ordinance regula ting the keeping of roomers and the operation of rooming houses, foster homes and hotels in the City of East Cleveland, Ohio and repealing Ordinance No. 4437, passed May 31, 1950, and Ordinance No. 4588, passed October 23, 1951,” as amended by Ordinance No. 4979, passed October 16, 1956, which Section 7, as amended, reads as follows: “SECTION 7: A license as herein provided may be granted by the City Manager upon an application which shall contain information and facts deemed necessary by said City Mana ger and in such manner and form as shall be prescribed by l)im provided that the appli cant, the property and the use of the property in question shall comply with all of the provi sions of this and all other or dinances of the City of East Cleveland and laws of the State of Ohio. The fees for such license shall be as follows and shall accompany the applica tion: For all dwellings or buildings other than a hotel as herein de fined, the fee shall be Two Dol lars ($2.00) multiplied by the maximum number of roomers, foster children and resident or transient guests permitted to be accommodated at one time the dwelling or building to so licensed. For hotels, the fee shall Two Dollars ($2.00) multiplied by the number of rooms for resident or transient guests and operating personnel. For the purpose of this section, the word “room” may include more than one room if occupied or rented as a single unit. The fee for a license issued after July 1st of any year shall be fifty per centum (50%) of the regu lar fee herein prescribed. (a) Except for hotels, all li censes issued to this ordinance may be granted by the City Manager only with the appro val and consent of the Board of Zoning Appeals and subject to cancellation or modification at any time by the Board of Zoning Appeals and shall be temporary licenses for the peri or of one calendar year or part thereof. Said issuance of a tem porary license shall not in any way, manner of form perman ently modify or change in any respect whatsoever, the zoning, rooming house or other ordin ances pertaining to zoning, the keeping of roomers and the operation of rooming houses, foster homes or hotels in the City of East Cleveland now in effect or hereinafter enacted. (b) Subject to approval or modification by the Board of Zoning Appeals, where interest in a building or a part thereof changes during a calendar year and a license for the building or part thereof has already been obtained by a proprietor or tenant for such calendar year, a new license may be is sued to the new proprietor or tenant for the balance of such calendar year upon payment of fifty per centum (50%) of the (regular fee herein prescribed for a full calendar year.” be and the same is hereby amended to read as follows: SECTION 7: A license as here in provided may be granted by the City Manager upon an ap plication which shall contain in. formation and facts deemed nec essary by said City Manager and in such manner and form as shall be prescribed by him provided that the applicant, the property and the use of the property in question shall com ply with all of the provisions of this and all other ordinances of the City of East Cleveland and laws of the State of Ohio. The fees for such license shall be as follows and shall accompany the application: For all dwellings or buildings other than a hotel as herein de fined, the fee shall be Three Dollars ($3.00) multiplied by the maximum number of room ers, foster children and resi dent or transient guests per mitted to be accommodated at one time in the dwelling or building to be so licensed. For hotels, the fee shall be Two Dollars ($2.00) multiplied by the number of rooms for resi dent or transient guests and operating personnel. For the purpose of this section, the word “room” may include more than one room if occupied or rented as a single unit. The fee for a license issued af ter July 1st of any year shall be fifty per centum (50%) of the regular fee herein pre scribed. (a) Except for hotels, all li censes issued pursuant to this ordinance may be granted by the City Manager only with the approval and consent of the Board of Zoning Appeals and subject to cancellation or modi fication at any time by the Board of Zoning Appeals and shall be temporary licenses for the period of one calendar year or part thereof. Said issuance of a temporary license shall not in any way, manner or form permanently modify or change in any respect whatsoever, the zoning, rooming house or other ordinances pertaining to zoning, the keeping of roomers and the operation of rooming houses, foster homes or hotels in the City of East Cleveland now in effect or hereinafter enacted. (b) Subject to approval or modification by the Board of Zoning Appeals, where interest in a building or a part thereof 3 2.’ x■ 4 b' EAST CLEVELAND IZADER changes during a calendar year and a license for the building or part .thereof has already been obtained by a proprietor or tenant for such calendar year, a new license may be is sued to the new proprietor or tenant for the balance of such calendar year upon payment of fifty per centum (50%) of the regular fee herein prescribed for a full calendar year. SECTION 2: That Ordinance No. 4979, passed October 16, 1956, and entitled: “An Emer gency Ordinance to amend Sec tion 7 of Ordinance No. 4765, passed November 17, 1953, and being the Rooming House Ordi nance, so called, of the City of East Cleveland and repealing Section 2 of Ordinance No. 4834, passed November 30, 1954,” be and the same is here by repealed. SECTION 3: That this ordi. nance shall take effect and be in force from and after Janu ary 1, 1959, and shall apply to all licenses isued for the peri od commencing January 1, 1959, and thereafter, regardless actual date of issue. PASSED: July 29, 1958 Attest: G. T. Apthorp Clerk of the Commission Published: July 31, 1958 in WHEREAS, this Commission on July 15, 1958, uuly passed Resolution No. 1461 providing for the submission to the elec tors of the City of East Cleve land, Ohio, on November 4, 1958, the question of the is suance of bonds in the sum of Eight Hundred and Fifty-five Thousand Dollars ($855,000.00) for the purpose of providing a fund to pay the City’s portion of the expense of constructing, reconstructing, repairing and improving sanitary and storm sewers and conduits and the levy of a tax to provide for the payment therof, and WHEREAS, the County Au ditor of Cuyahoga County has certified to this Commission that the average annual levy throughout the life of such bonds which will be required to pqy the interest on and retire such bonds, assuming that they are all issued in one series, and that the amount of the tax list of the City of East Cleveland remains the same throughout the life of said bonds as the amount of the tax list for the current year, is .7178 mills for each one dollar of valuation which amounts to 7.178 cents for each one hundred dollars of valuation, and WHEREAS, this Commis sion, pursuant to Resolution No. 1461, has determined that fif teen (15) years shall be the maximum-number of years re quired to retire said bonds. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Commission of the City of East Cleveland, Ohio SECTION 1: That this Com mission hereby determines to proceed with the issuance of bonds in the amount of Eight Hundred and Fifty-five Thous and Dollars ($855,000.00) pur suant to Resolution No. 1461, passed July 15, 1958, and that the Clerk of this Commission is hereby authorized and di rected to certify to the Board of Elections of Cuyahoga Coun ty a copy of said Resolution No. 1461 calling for such election hereinbefore referred to, to gether with the amount of the average annual tax levy as es timated by said County Auditor expressed in dollars and cents for each one hundred dollars of valuation as well as in mills for each one dollar of valuation, and the maximum number of yean required to retire said bonds, namely fifteen (16) yean, and to give notice of said election. SECTION 2: That this reso lution shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest period allowed by law. PASSED: July 29, 1958 Attest: G. T. Apthorp Clerk of the Commission Published: July 31, 1958 For Advertising Cell GLenvilU 1-4383 Vfe t- V L.. ."W, ORDINANCE NO. 5124 By: Mr. Barton AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTION 8 OF ORDINANCE NO. 4496, PASSED NOVEMBER 14, 1950, AND BEING THE OFF STREET PARKING ORDINANCE, SO CALLED, OF THE CITY OF EAST CLEVELAND. BE IT ORDAINED by the Commission of the City of East Cleveland, Ohio SECTION 1: That Section 8 of Ordinance No. 4496, passed November 14, 1950, and en titled: “An Emergency Ordin ance providing for the construc tion, operation, And mainten ance of off-street parking fa cilities on real estate owned by the City of East Cleveland,” which section reads as follows: “SECTION 8: Parking Per mits. Notwithstanding any of the other provisions of this or dinance, the City Manager is authorized to issue permits for the parking of vehicles upon the area covered by this ordin ance. The fee for such permit shall be Nine Dollars ($9.00) for a three (3) months period expiring March 31, June 30, September 30, and December 31. The fee shall be pro-rated if permits are purchased after January 1, April 1, July 1, or October 1, but no refund will be made if the permit is used for the entire three months period. Permits are transferable excepting in case where the holder of a per mit disposes of the covered ve hicle and procures another ve hicle. Each vehicle shall require a separate permit. Such permit shall entitle the holder thereof to park at any and all times the vehicle designated by such per mit in any unused parking meter space within the area covered by this ordinance and without the payment of the parking meter fees provided by Section 6 of this ordinance. Ex cepting as to the use of the parking meters and the pay ment of parking meter fees, permit holders shall be subject to all of the other terms, con ditions and penalties provided by this ordinance, and shall be subject to such other rules and regulations as the City Mana ger may provide. In addition to the other penalties provided, the City Manager shall have the right to revoke any permit for failure to comply with this ordinance or with his written instructions. In the event of such revocation, the fee charged for such permit shall be re funded on a pro-rata basis.” be and the same is hereby amended to read as follows: of RESOLUTION NO. 1462 By: Mr. Braer A RESOLUTION DETER MINING TO PROCEED WITH THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS IN THE SUM OF $855,000.00 FOR THE PUR POSE OF PROVIDING A FUND TO PAY THE CITY’S PORTION OF THE EX PENSE OF CONSTRUC TING, RECONSTRUCTING, REPAIRING AND IMPROV ING SANITARY AND STORM SEWERS AND CONDUITS AND AUTH ORIZING THE CLERK OF THE COMMISSION O CERTIFY RESOLUTION NO. 1461, PASSED JULY 15, 1958, TOGETHER WITH THE AMOUNT OF THE AVERAGE TAX LEVY EX PRESSED IN DOLLARS AND CENTS FOR EACH ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS OF VALUATION AND IN MILLS FOR EACH ONE DOLLAR OF VALUATION ESTIMATED O GETHER WITH THE MAXIMUM NUMBER OF YEARS RE QUIRED TO RETIRE SAID bONDb, TO THE BOARD OF ELECTIONS OF CUYA HOGA COUNTY. be be SECTION 8: Parking Per mits. Notwithstanding any of the other provisions of this or dinance, the City Manager is authorized to issue permits for the parking of vehicles upon the area covered by this ordinance. The fee for such permit shall be Fifteen Dollars ($15.00) for a three (3) months period ex piring March 31, June 30, Sep tember 30, and December 31. The fee shall be pro-rated if permits are purchased after January 1, April 1, July 1, or October 1, but no refund will be made if the permit is not used for the entire three (3) months period. Permits are not trans ferable excepting in the case where the holder of a permit disposes of the covered vehicle and procures another vehicle. Each vehicle shall require a separate permit. Such permit shall entitle the holder thereof to park at any and all times the vehicle designated by such per mit in any unused parking meter space within the area covered by this ordinance and without the payment of the parking meter fees provided by Section 6 of this ordinance. Ex cepting as to the use of the) parking meters and the pay ment of parking meter fees, permit holders shall be subject to all of the other terms, con ditions and penalties provided) by this ordinance, and shall be subject to such other rules and regulations as the City Man ager may provide. In addition to the other penalties provided, the City Manager shall have the right to revoke any permit' for failure to comply with this ordinance or with his written instructions. In the event of such revocation, the fee charged for such permit shall be re funded on a pro-rata basis. i SECTION 2: That this ordin ance shall take effect and be in force from and after October 1, 1958, and shall apply to all permits issued for the period commencing October 1, 1958, and thereafter, regardless the actual date of issue. PASSED: July 29, 1959 Attest: G. T. Apthorp Clerk of the Commission Published: July 31, 1958 PROCLAMATION Urging Cooperation of all East Clevelanders In a “Hire Now" Campaign WHEREAS, unemployment is a matter of public concern at this time throughout this area and in the City of East Cleveland, and the reduced purchasing power of our unemployed men and women of East Cleveland is adversely af fecting our stores, our service firms, our industries and our economy as a whole and WHEREAS, the Ohio State Em ployment Service advises there is a large volume of well qualified and experienced workers now available and expresses confidence that potential employment oppor tunities exist locally, and, through cooperative community action can be converted into actual jobs at this time and WHEREAS, it is for the public good and the general welfare of ail residents of East Cleveland that V •rf i- $tv Owen Caine Patrolman Owen Caine, age 26, was appointed to the Police Department on May 16, 1957 and is assigned to a platoon with regular patrol duties. A Shaw High graduate of the Jupe, 1950 class, Caine was the first president of the intramur al sports at Shaw High School. Caine spends much of his off duty time either fishing or hunting. During the bowling season he bowls with the Trot, ters team in The Eastern Cuya hoga Police Bowling League. He is also a member of the East Cleveland Fraternal Frat ernal Order of Police Lodge No. 39. not (3) not the He served two years in the United States Navy as an elec trician aboard the Atlantic. a repair ship, in Caine and his reside on Wood- Patrolman wife, Harriet, view rd. I Deaths Patrick J. Kelley Services were held July 29th in St. Philomena Church for Patrick J. Kelley who died July 25th in Cleveland Clinic. He had been ill for five years. A Cleve land Transit System employee, his last duties were as dis patcher. Surviving are his mother, Mrs. Irene Kelley with whom he made his home at 2662 Noble rd., a sister, Mrs. Irene Doyle four brothers, Major Peter Kelley with the U.S. Army at Brissels, Marine Sgt. Thomas A. at Okinawa, Edward and Gene. The Edwards Funeral Home, Euclid ave. were 13145 James Cahill were held in Church July 28th Services Philomena for James East 131st Road Hospital. Cahill, 80, of. 849 who died in Huron Mr. Cahill had been employ ed with the Pennsylvania Rail road, had been the yardmaster at Whiskey Island and later IMPROVE YOUR HOME BEKER YOUR LIVING UNION PAINT CO. 13417 Euclid at Superior RETAIL WHOLESALE PHONE MUlborry 1-0789 "Paint and Wallpaper I* Our Business" O'BRIEN LUCAS DUTCH BOY Paints and Varnishes and A COMPLETE LINE OF Painting Accessories MON., TUES.. THUM.. SAT. 7:30 A.M. to 5:30 PM FRIDAY EVE TIL 8:00 PM WEDNESDAY 'TIL NOON bona McGaughey, 1721 If. Noble Donna Northrup, 14825 Ardonall of employed be increased and main tained and that their re-employ ment should be promoted in every feasible way and WHEREAS, it is fitting and prop er that the total ingenuity and re sourcefulness of our community should be dedicated to restoring our unemployed residents to pay rolls as promptly as_possible. NOW. THEREFORE. I. Noonan W. Townsend, as President o the Commission of the City of Cast Cleveland, hereby call upon all employers, upon Industrial, busi ness, financial, labor and civic groups, and upon all of the news papers, radio and TV stations servicing the East Cleveland area to join in this employment effort ana to further cooperate with the Ohio State Employment Service in effectively promoting this "HIRE NOW" campaign through explor ing every possibility of additional jobs at this time and by endeavor ing to the utmost to aid and ad vance the total economy of our Community. IN WITNESS THEREOF. I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the City of East Cleve land to be affixed this thirty-first of July. 1958. Norman W. Townsend President of the ‘-Jk 'V ... Meet Your Police OfficerslWhat To Read?. Carl Johnson When Carl Johnson became a member of the East Cleveland Police Department on May 16th, 1957, he came with a year’s ex perience as a police officer. He had served that long as a radio officer with the Ohio State Highway Patrol. His duty here are those of a regular patrol man. Johnson, 25, served four years in the U.S. Navy abroad the USS Pickaway and most of the time in the Far East theatre. He is a graduate of VanWert (Ohio) High School. This officer is a member of the University Circle YMCA where he plays handball and basketball, as well as partici pating in other programs offer ed there. was employed in a similar ca pacity with the & 0 Road. Later he went into sales work in which he was engaged until his retirement. For many years he was interested in amateur baseball in Cleveland. Surviving are his wife, Eva Gardnerer Cahill to whom he was married for 45 years foua children, Mrs. Doris Warmuth, Robert, John and Ralph five grandchildren, two sisters and three brothers. Mrs. Carol W. Voorhies Mrs. Carol Winfield Voor hies, wife of Wesley “Budd mother of Michael, Sandra, Donna, and Robert sister of Ivan Carter and Virginia John son. Services were held July 30th in St. Philomnea Church. in charge of arrangements. Newton B. Madden Newton B. Madden, a dent of 1885 Rosalind ave., died July 26th and services were held July 29th here, with burial in Garrettsville, Ohio. resi Mr. Madden is survived by his wife, Elizabeth C. two sons, John of Summit, N. J., and Ar thur C. of Gary, Ind., and a daughter, Elizabeth five grandchildren and a brother, Emmet of Huntington, Pa. The family resides at 1250 Rozelle ave. Newton B. Madden Ill since April, when he suf fered a stroke, Newton Byron Madden, died on July 26th in Highland View Hospital, aged 83 years. Services here on July 29th were followed with burial in Garrestville. st. A graduate of Alleghany Col lege and the University of Pennsylvania School of Law. Mr. Madden had been associated with the law firm of Baker, Hostetler & Patterson for 20 years when he retired in 1945. He was a member of Phi Gam ma Delta and Phi Beta Kappa. He began the practice of law in Pittsburgh. He was a 50-year member of the American Bar Association, and was long active in the Row fant Club, a literary group. INVALID CAR SERVICE 24 HOURS A DAY Stanley H. lohnston Funeral Home KEumore 1-3600 MS5 GL. 1-3189 Here's A Wide'i Variety Topics New non-fiction books adds* ,, to the East Cleveland Publfc Library this week are: Ruth Toose, Literature anfl Music As Resources For Socifl Studies. W. S. Allen, Living English Structure. W. H. Wa£ do, Better Report Writing. 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