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Thursday, January 8, 1939
AUTOMOBILES AUTOMOBILES JACKSHAW'S Annual January USED CAR SALE *53 CHEVROLET “210” 2-Door Economical standard shift. $395 '56 DODGE Sierra 4-Dr. Wagon Equipped with Red Ram V-8 en gine and automatic shift. Needs just a little work. Red Book value $1380. Our price $995 '55 PONTIAC 2-Dr. Station Wagon Hydramatic. Gleaming Ivory end Desert Tan. A dean low mileage car. Our price only $1095 '55 CHEVROLET 2-Door Sedan Economical 6 cylinder engine end standard transmission, radio end heater. We're selling this clean little car for only $745 '56 FORD Tudor Sedan Very economical late model. See ing is believing so come and see for yourself. Our price $795 '48 CADILLAC CONVERTIBLE Hydramatic 1955 DESOTO Fireflight Hardtop full power Radio, heater, automatic, 2-tone ... GUUU 1956 MERCURY Montclair Hardtop Msrcomatic, 1956 PLYMOUTH Savoy V-8 2-Door radio, heater. .......... $i09& YOUR CAR '55 RAMBLER Cross Country Wagon Radio, Heater, hydramatic. SHARP. $1095 '56 FORD Tudor Station Wagon A hard-to-find model, 6 cylnder wiht standard shift. Bargain hunt ers will recognize this exceptional value. Jackshow's price only $1095 '57 CHEVROLET 2-Door Sedan "210" model, V-8 engine, standard shift, radio and heater. Red Book value $1465. Our price $1295 '57 CHRYSLER 4-Door Hardtop Power equipped and in like-new condition. Here is a fabulous sav ing. Red Book value $2200. Our price $1945 '56 CHEVROLET 2-Door "210“ Model V8 Pow^rglide, very neat. Red Book value $1200. Our price $995 CHEVROLET 543 E. 185th St IV. 1-9090 COLD WEATHER SPECIALS M75 Only JACKSHAW 1954 FORD Convertible: radio, heater, Ford omatic. whitewall fl ARE $111511 1955 RAMBLER tires COMMERCE FORD 13608 St. Clair MU. 1-4000 WINTER-PROOF MOTOR TUNE-UP 6 CYL. CARS 8 CYL. CARS $896 Mi-95 LUBRICATION FREE LUBRICATION FREE WITH TUNE-UP WITH TUNE-UP FRONT END ALIGNMENT Includes Camber, Caster, Toe-in Nearly Everybody Knows JOE O'BRIEN CHEVROLET 141 IS St. Clair Ave. MV. 1-7700 10646 Leuer Avenue 1950 FORD haH ton panel truck. LI 1-3308. 1930 CHEVROLET Bel Air. »-door hard top, V-8, whitewalls, radio, heater. Si,MO, MU. 1-5669. MERCURY, 1956, Monterey, 4-door hard top. radio, heater, automatic, good condition, I1JB5. YE. 3-36M. 9EAE UOUO 1958 STUDEBAKER TQQR Station Wagon economy car $1385 p^ $£00 COMPLETE MOTOR Tune-Up Service Lot us Inspect your generates, stones, ignition distributor, spark plugs, timing wiring, carburetor fuel pump battery and lights should bo carefully chocked ASK FOR TOM HANUS The CLEVELAND IGNITION Co. "AUTOMOBILES AUTOMOBILES Ulster 1-6000 1950 PLYMOUTH, 4 door, excep tionally clean throughout, runs good, good heater and radio, back-up lights, $100. WH. 2-8989. 1957 ISETTA. A-l condition, will sacrifice. WH. 3-5268. 1949 FORD “*." 2-door, 'X'-l trans portation, 195, WH. 3-4736. GL 1-8989 fl A QE V Wv 1956 OLDS Super 88 Convertible radio, heater, hydramatic, fl JftE power steer., brakes U 1956 CHEVROLET Bsl Air Hardtop V-8 radio, heater, Powerglide fl ARE AUU NOW! AUTOMOBILES AUTOMOBILES Shop The Rest—Buy The Best Jim Connell Chevrolet -1958 CHEVROLETS HARDTOPS 2-DOOR 4-DOOR Biscayne, Bel Air. Impalas QQ Full Factory Equipped Plus Extras AS LOW AS W 4V 1955 FORD Sunlinor Convertible radio, heater, Fordomatic beau* tiful red and white finish 1955 DODGE V-8 Convertible automatic transmission, radio, heater, whitewalls _______________ 1956 BUICK 2-Door Hardtop Dynaflow, radio, heater, paw er steering and brakes Jim Connell Used Cars 15201 Euclid at Shaw UL. 1-3515 JANUARY SPECIALS 1954 PLYMOUTH 1957 PLYMOUTH 2-Door Sedan: radio, heater, automatic transmission, power steering ........... 9-passenger station wagon. Radio and heater, overdrive ...................... LL 1-S891 PAYMENTS HIGH? Ws trade down by giving you a clean low-priced car and pav off your balance and rid voui self at those high payments. As finance specialists ws do what others considsr impossible. We also buy outright Low over head enables us to pay more cash, especially Station Wagons and Thunderbird*. UNITED 195T FORD Ranchero pick-up. every extra, low mileage, will accept trade. IV. 1-4253. 1956 FORD, V-8. Fairlane Victoria, hardfop, radio, heater, Fordo matic. power steering, white walls, very clean in ana out, A-l mechanically, good tires. RE. 1-7746, if no answer. AN. 1-0385. 1953 MERCURY sport coupe, stand ard shift, black with white top, dual mufflers, original owner, 34,000 actual miles. A-l condi tion. best offer. WH. 3-2787. 1951 FORD truck F-6 COE. 14-ft. stake, 2 speed axle, good condi tion. GL. 1-8965. 1955 fiUICK 4-door hardtop, radio, heater, dynaflow, $1060 or best otfer.RE, A:884!_____________ 1955 CADILLAC convertible, red, full power, new top and tires, WOO. KE. _1-3323. 1951 BUICK. 4-door, Dynaflo. new tires, new tune-up, $125. LI. 1-2793. 1953 CHEVROLET, power brakes, heater, radio, good condition. $750. CaU AN. 1-1565 between 7-9 p. m. DODGE, 1958 hardtop, power. 1500 miles, take over payments, pri vate. WH. 3-5568. 1957 CHEVROLET convertible, 14, 000 miles, fully equipped, like new. must sacrifice, leaving country. KE. 1-0224. OLD&MOBILE, 1955~:798r’ Holiday coupe hardtop, full power, low mileage, price, $1150. Cali MU. i 1-4897 after 6 p. m. 1955 PLYMOUTH 4-door sedan, 2 tone, powerflyte. clean, excel lent condition, ladies car. RE. 1-019*. I960 CADILLAC 62. private, must sell, excellent condition, $495 GL. 1-1785. 1952 BUICK Super convertible, power windows and seats, good _tir«s. best offer. WH. 2-4674. 1955 CHEVROLET half ton pick up. $795, A-l shape. WH. 6-0437 or IV. 6-3097._______________________ 1953 CHEVROLET, radio, heater, 4 new tires, standard shift, $225. KE. 1-5681. 1980 CADILLAC “*2” Coupe de Ville, white and gold, all power, excellent condition. Call TV. 1-3674 after 5 p. m. 19M MERCURY Montclair hardtop, must sail CaU WH. 3-5974 week day evenings, 5 p. m. to 8 p. m. 1954 NASH Rambler wagon, good condition. IV. 6-0388. 1950 MERCURY convertible, rebuilt engine, new top. RE 2-8865 after 2, rp. PONTfAC7“^19M convertible, full power, good condition, take over payments. IV. 6-3097, 795 $995 1295 Belvedere 2-Door Hardtop radio, heater, automatic CKQR ipwvU 2-Door Hardtop radio, fl j|R transmission ......... 1954 PLYMOUTH 1955 PLYMOUTH CC4K heater, overdrive 1954 FORD O 2-Door Hardtop radio, heater, automatic transmission, COAK Belvedere ..."........... 0OHU 1957 PLYMOUTH HVXrodl0'........... $1195 ^7YR O U THE P. R. WARD CO 870 East 152nd St. MU. 1-5200 Selling and Servicing Your Cars for 23 Years SPEEDOMETER RADIATOR REPAIRS and Service HASEK'S Rear of Pure Oil Station 13625 St. Clair Ave. JANUARY SPECIALS All With GUARANTEED STARTING BUICK 1657 4-DOOR SEDAN. Solid Alpine blue with contrasting whitewalls. A 13415 St Clair Are. GL 1-0033 AUTOMOBILES true luxury car that will give you extra driving comfort. One owner, low-mileage car that shows exceptional care. Fully equipped car with many genuine Buick accessories. Buy now, buy wisely. $1695 NASH 1957 SUPER 4-DOOR HARDTOP. India ivory over horizon blue, offset by gleaming whitewalls, time-proven Hydramatic for easy driving. 8000 actual miles. Spare tire new. Enjoy the economy at 30 miles to the gallon of gas. Easy to handle, previous owner's name upon request. Don't miss this one. $1645 PLYMOUTH 1956 BELVEDERE HARDTOP V-8. Arc tic white and banker's gray. Per fect whitewalls, a real standout beauty. Interior in natural tones of black and white vinyl, power steering, power brakes and Pow erflite for your driving pleasure, radio, heater and many other genuine Plymouth accessories. This garage-guarded gem shows the best of care. One-oyrner, low mileage, new car trade-in. Stop looking qnd start driving. $1295 DODGE 1956 2-DOOR SEDAN. Two-tone Arctic white and harbor blue, standard shift for added economy and low driving expenses, full factory equipment. This car will give you many trouble-free miles at a low, low investment. Don’t de lay, come in today. $895 Nearly Everybody Know JOE O'BRIEN CHEVROLET 1400 SL Clair MU. 1-2000 Adult School Registration “The Smartest Night Spot In Town.” That’s the talk going around again concerning the Euclid Board of Education’s Adult Evening program that will soon siwing into the spring term. According to Walter N. Schwegler, director of Adult Education here, registrations start on Monday, January 19th and continue through Thursday, January 22nd, at Euclid Senior High from 7 to 9 p. m. Individuals and groups can nroll in the various classes by phone (RE. 1-8033) or hy mai1 to Adult Education Depart ment. 711 East 222nd st., Euclid 23, Ohio. Euclid’s Adult Program is one of the largest and most varied in the state and is de igned to serve many interests. In addition to night courses carrying high school credits the program includes Business Education, Home and Family courses. Arts and Hobbies Recreational, Shop Hobbies, In dustrial, General and Citizen ship classes stressing English for foreign born. A complete list of the many courses being offered can be found in today’s paper in the advertisement of the Adult Edu cation Department. The office of the Adult Edu cation Department is located in the Senior High School and is open daily from 8:30 a. m. until i :00 p. m, Science Seminar Series Saturdays For Instructors Teachers interested in keep ing up with scientific progress will find the seminars sponsored by the Cleveland Technical So cieties Council varied and chal lenging. These seminars are to be held Saturdays at 9:30 a. m. at he Cleveland Engineering and Scientific Center. 3100 Chester ave. starting January 10th and continuing through March 21st. Dr. Bernard H. Eckstein, sen ior scientist at the National Carbon Company Research La boratories, is chairman of the science education committee of the Society’s Council. In an nouncing the new term of sem inars, Dr. Eckstein expressed the hope that to the ranks of teachers who attended the fall meetings, will be added many r.rw teachers. This is the schedule of sci 'ence teachers’ seminars for the first three months of 1959. All meetings are held Saturday 'morning at 9:30 at the Cleve land Engineering Center, 21st st. and Chester ave. Cleveland Technical Societies Council Committees on Education January 10 Professor L. J. Green, Department of Mathe .matics, Case Institute of Tech nology, “Sets and Logic” January 17 Dr. John C. E v v a Assistant Director, Lewis Research Center, Na tional Aeronautic and Space Administration “The Value of I Artificial Satellites to Man ikind” January 24 Dr. David Dietz, Science Editor, The Cleveland Press “Radio Astro Inomy and the Theories of the Universe” January 31 No seminar February 7 Dr. Wendell S. Williams, National Carbon Re search Laboratories. “Solid State Physics and Its Basis in Modern Physics” Part I February 14 Dr. James A. Krumhansl, National Carbon Research Laboratories, “Solid State Physics and Its Basis in Modern Physics” Part II February 21 Spectroscopy 1. Mrs. Robert Grasselli, Sohio Research Laboratories “Absorption Spectroscopy” 2. Mr. T. R. Gauthier, Aluminum Company of America, Cleve land Works, “Emission Spec troscopy and the Quantometer” February 28 Dr. John C. Evvard, NASA, “Space Propul sion Requirements” March 7 Dr. Paul M. Stier, National Carbon Research La boratories, “The Chemistry and Physics of Surfaces” March 14 Professor Don ald P. Eckman, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Case Institute of Technology, “Ana log Computers” March 21 Dr. William G. Lite-Chrome Finishes Imparts Light "Blonde" Grain To Old Surfaces Now! Old, dark painted or varnished surfaces can be given that new modern look with easy-to-uso Lite-chrome Fin ishes. No fui* or muss no need to remove ths old finish. Available in five smart colors. Lite-chrome Finishes are ex cellent for rejuvenating old woodwork, trim, furniture cabi net*, etc. A quick, inexpensive way to modernize the appear ance of your home interior. On eale at Berger's two stores. 805 Cast 185th St., IV I -6'JfiO and 6919 Superior Ave. HE. 1-2659 Free parking the rear. We deliver. (Advt.) Pollard, Executive Director, Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies subject yet to be an nounced, probably on “Nuclear Reactors” March 28 No seminar St. Clair S. L. Has Good Year A continuation of growth at St. Clair Savings and Loan Company was re ported today by Paul J. Schnel ler, president. the rapid Total assets at year end were up $4,748,000 to a total of $31, 788,401.31, while reserves were DRESS SUIT RENTAL On* at Cleveland'* Mott Modern and Complete Rental Department! 30 Year* of Dependable We Stock Out Own Suits fat Immediate Selection. White Dinner Tuxedq* Full Dre** Cutaway* O Pe*t.l Dinne* Jacket* Stroller Coot* COMPLETE BOYS' FORMAL outfits "Individual Fitting I* Th. Key To Our Succ*** nsto edcub. om uhsku nn. Hour*—Mon Tue*. Thur*. Fn Til increased by $275,776.62 to $2, 170,719.84. All other figures reported were also at all-time high lev els. Savings deposits increased to $27,073,000 from the $23, 146,400.41 figure at the close of 1957. Investments in home financ ing for the year 1958 were in creased by $3,280,000, to a total of $25,437,634.96. Noted Pianist With Symphony Leon Fleisher, the interna tionally-known American pian ist who recently returned from a busy European schedule, will open his annual North Ameri can tour by appearing as as-, sisting artist with Conductor. George Szell and The Cleve land Orchestra at the Thursday, and Saturday concerts, January’ 8th-10th, in Severance Hall at 8:30 o’clock. The young San Francisco-born] artist, described by The New, York Times as “a pianist of, formidable technical gifts and. dashing temperament”, will] perform in the Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in major, I K. 503, by Mozart and the] Concerto for Piano and Orches-I tra No. 4 in major, Op. 58 by Beethoven. P.M REdwood 1-2151 Federal Home Loan Mr. Fleisher, a representative! EARN Bank Stock ......... First Mortgage Loans Office Buildings and a. If*- Out Of Your Step harry flynn 15606 StJdcdr JRwitae CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION a* of DECEMBER 31, 1958 355,700.00 22,157,477.11 Property Improve ment Loans 83,239.38 88,690.42 Furnishings......... 193,296.63 191,886,96 1 ASSETS: 1957 1958 LIABILITIES: 1957 1958 Cash and U.S. Gov- Savings Deposits $23,146,400.41 $27,072,911.17 ernment Bonds $ 3,626,514.07 $ 4,049,908.27 416,400.00 25,437,634.96 Total ................ $27,040,480.01 $31,788,401.31 Total.............. AVINGS AND LOAN COMPANY MOB! Mini i T» iimiiiw i Loans in Process and Other Securities 602,399.97 1,586,190.59 Escrow Funds 1,062,473.10 1,640,318.02 Reserves and Other Assets............ 21,852.85 17,690.11 Undivided Profits. 1,894,943.22 2,170,719.84 Start the new year off right I will earn more for you. St. Clair Savings will pay you 3%% Interest (Current Rate) per year on your savings. And all deposits made through Thursday, January 15th will eam interest from January 1st. of American music at the Bru*- ist will ba making his sixth ay seis World s Fair last summer, pearance here sinea Mr. Seal is well known to Severance Hall introduced him to the Cleveland audiences. The 30-year-old pian- public on Oct. 24th-26th, 1946. CONTACT LENSES Have Been So Perfected That Now There Are 4 Millions Who Wear Them Comfortably. Stop in for consultation and demon stration. No obligation. DR. PAUL M. FRIEDLANDER OPTOMETRIST HOURS: 10 to 8 Daily Except Wednesday. Evos, by Appointment 895 East 152nd St. Liberty 1-6042 MUSIC and DANCING JANUARY 10 th PETE SOKACH AND HIS ORCHESTRA The Green Darby Lake Shore Blvd, at E. 142nd KE. 1-3191 MEMORY MAKING PHOTOGRAPHS of your wedding Arrange your appointment now ... let our experts help you plan a complete photo graphic record of this most happy occasion. BEAUTIFUL STUDIO PORTRAITS Heart Wanning Candids (Home, Church, Reception) Carr Right Inside studio IVanhoe 8-1330 ALL SAVINGS DEPOSITED THROUGH JANUARY 15th EARN INTEREST FROM JANUARY 1st AVINGS Advances ................ 600,000.00 600,000.00 Accumulation for Tax and Insurance 32,576.80 14,290.03 Other Liabilities 58,966.56 44,613.27 Capital Stock .......... 245,119.92 245,548.98 Deposit your savings where they $27,040,480.01 $31,788,401.31 THREE LOCATIONS! S13 East 185th Street .r. 25000 Euclid Awnuu 6235 St. Clair Avenue L.