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9 x12’ Shag Rugs S3-»»
Robert Green, 13307 Garden
"The /fewest
Euclid Manor
17322 EUCLID AVE.
Private and Semi-Private
Rooms
Bath and Toilet Facilities
In Every Room
e All Diets Observed
LARGE
w Up to 25 lbs.
WASHED, FLUFF DRIED, NEATLY FOLDED AND WRAPPED
Flatwerk Finished Reasonably
l-Stop Service Laundry, Sheets, 24-Hr. Dry Cleaning
EAST CLEVELAND LAUNDROMAT
14248 Euclid Avenue MUlberry 1-6178
VILLAGES
Beachwood Village
Bedford Hts Village—Bedford City School. District
Bedford Hts Village—Orange Village School District
Bentleyville Village---------------------------------------------
Bratenahl Village
Brecksville Village
Broadview Hts Village—Brecksville Vil Sch. Dist.
Broadview Hts. Village—N Royalton School District
Brooklyn Heights Village
Brook Park Village ______________________
Chagrin Falls Village
Cuyahoga Heights Village
Gates Mills Village ______________
Glenwillow Village
Highland Heights Village
Hunting Valley Village
Independence Village
Linndale Village ..._______________________________
Mavfield Village
Middleburg Heights Village ...
Moreland Hills Village—Chagrin Falls Ex Sch Dist
Moreland Hills Village—Orange Local School Dist.
Newburgh Height* Village ..
North Randall Village
North Royalton Village
North Royalton Village—Brecksville Vil. Sch Dist.
Oakwood Village ______________________________
Olmsted Fall? Village
Orange Village_________________________________
Parkview Village
Penner Pike Village
Richmond Height* Village ..
Richmond Ht* Village—So Euclid City Sch Dist—
Seven Hiu* Village
Solon Village
Solon VH’age—Orange Village School District
Valiev View
Walton Hills
WarrenSvili-
Jack Greenberg, 12713 Superior
In Cleveland'
Nursing Home
12520 ST. CLAIR AVE. GL. 1-0825
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Height* Village
Ht* Village—Orange Vil Sch Dist
'are—Berea Citv
Westview Olmsted Falls Village Sch Dist
Woodmere
Vil’arc
TOWNSHIPS
Chagrin
Falls
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Olmsted Town-hin _________
River Edpe Townshin _____
Warrensville Township
CITIES
Bay Village City
Bedford City___
Berea City
Brooklyn
Cleveland
Cleveland
Cleveland
Cleveland
FAST CT.FVELAND CITY
Fuchd Citv
Fairview Park Citv ...
Fairview Park Citv—Rocky River City Sch Dist—
Garfield Heights City
Garfield Heights City—Cleveland City School Dist.
Lakewood City .___________________________
Lvndhurst City ______________________
Maple
City
Citv—Shaker Hts Citv School Dist
Heights City
Heights Citv-R Cleveland City Sch. Dist.
Heights
IV. 6-2280
0 100% Fire Proof Alarm
Direct to Fire Station
Registered and
Practical Nurses On Duty
At All Times
YOUNG TURKEYS lb. 39c
Fresh large
CRACKED EGGS 3 doz. $1.55
YOUNG MUSCOVE DUCKS
Best Ohio
FRYERS lb. 33c
On 3 or More
ALWAYS A
CHICKENS, GENUINE CAPON, STEWERS, ETC.
SELECTION OF FRESH CUT-UP
ST. CLAIR-SHAW POULTRY
TREASURER S NOTICE
RATES OF TAXATION 1960
PRANK M. BRENNAN
DO HEREBY PUBLISH NOTICE: of the rates ot taxation tor the tax year 1966 as provided by Rev.
Section 323.08 G. C. The number of dollars and cents levied on each 31U0.00 of property listed for
Taxation within said County for the Tax Year 1960 is as followi
EOR COUNTY PURPOSES
General. 80.143: Indebtedness. $0.79 lexeland Metropolitan Park
Welfare and Relief, $0,300: Total County Levy $0 550
RATES EXPRESSED LN DOLLARS AND CENTS ON EACH
OF TAX VALUATION
NAMES OF VILLAGES u
TOWNSHIPS AND CITIES
Ci tv _________________________
Mavfield Heights City
North Olmsttd City .... ________________________
Pa nr. a City ___________________
Parma Heights City ___ ____________________
Rocky River City ______________________
Shaker Heights City ____________________
South Euclid City
South Euclid City—Cleveland Hts. Citv Sch Dist
University Heights City _____ _____________
Westlake City_____________________________________
Pay your taxes by mail
v
stamped envelope for return of your tax receipt
2HE TAX BOOKS FOR THE FIRST
HALF 1960 COLLECTION WILL BE
OPEN FOR PAYMENT OF TAXES
ON MONDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1960,
AND WILL CLOSE ON SATURDAY,
JANUARY, 7, 1961.
Ptfk. Dee. 8-15-22-29, 1966 Jan. S-12, 1961
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TAXPAYERS READ!
The State imposes a penalty of ten per cent on real estate taxes which have not been paid at
the close of each tax collection on all general and special assessments.
Real estate items on which taxes are delinquent for two consecutive tax-paving periods are
certmed delinquent on the tax duplicate Eight per cent interest per year is charged in addition
to the ten per cent penalty The County Prosecutor is required by law to collect delinquent
taxes by foreclosure action and sheriff's sale
Chief Weaver Hopes
Motorists Are Aware
Of Winter Hazards
Police Chief H. S. Weaver is eying winter thus far,
not necessarily with apprehension, but with the hope
that the average city driver’s preparations are ade
quate for the weather conditions prevaling.
“1 imagine our worries
the average responsible cil
considerably larger scale.
“It gets down to this
good winter driving safety
arteries open, not only for
public convenience, but in an
ticipation of possible emergen
cies requiring ambulances, fire
trucks or squad cars to get
through quickly: but this isn’t
easy in the middle of a snow
storm or after a blizzard.”
The chief stated that the
city’s snow removal plans are
-et and that his department is
prepared to direct traffic in
?n efficient manner, but that
“much of our success has de
pended upon the understanding
cooperation of the public.”
He urged drivers to take
precautions to prevent their
■.wn vehicles
kidding into accidents, and
causing preventable traffic bot
tlenecks this winter. Deploring
from stalling,
TREASURER OF CUYAHOGA
COUNTY. OHIO
District. $0,038 Current Expense,
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0.55( 3.070 0.400 .3.470 4.04 6
0.550 3 070 ____ ____ 0.360 3.430 4 00
2.860 0.360 3.220 3 79
0 55C 0 680 ____ 1.170 1.850
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0.550 3.210 0.070 ____ 1.180 4.460 5 03 11
0.550 0.680 ____ ____ 0 500 1.180 1 75 12
0.550 2.970 ____ ____ 1.240 4.210 4.78 13
0.550 2.500 ____ ____ 0.360 2.860 3.43- 14
0 55( 2.970 ____ ____0.480 3 450 4.02 15
0.550 2.610 ____ ____! 0.530 3.140 3.71 16
0 550 1.820 ____ 0.660 2.480 3.05 17
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0 551 2.970 ____ ____ 0.920 3.890 4.46 1!‘
0.550 2.600 ____ ____■ 0.580 3.180 3.75 2i
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0 550 1.660 0.010 0.480 2.150 2 72 23
0 551 3 330 0 010 ____ 0.130 3 520 4 09 24
0.55F 2 860 ____ ____ 0.550 3 410 3 98 25
0 550 3.070 ____ ____ 0.550 3 620 4.19 26
0,55 2.390 ____ ____ 0 560 2.950 3 52 27
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and avoid a trip to the Administration Building. Enclose self-addressed
you call tn person *t_Jhe Administration Building to get your tax bill, do not fail to bring
yoUF LAST TAX RECLIPT.
CALL AT ROOM ill IN THE COUNTY TREASURER’S OFFICE AND SECURE INFORMATION
PERTAINING TO PAYING DELINQUENT TAXES IN INST ALIMENTS
WHEN CHECKS RECEIVED FOR TAXES ARP NOT
WILL BE RESTORED TO THE DUPLICATE AND
NOTICE.
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0 550 non ____ 0.010 1 710 3 380 3.95
0 550 2.670 ____ __ 1.710 1.580 5.15
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0 550 1 860 ____ ___ 0.940 2.800 3.37
0 55( 1.860 ____ 0.980 2.840 3 41
0 550 1.990 ____ 0.050 1 160 3 200 3.77 I'*
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0 551 2.640 1.030 3 670 4 24 T'
0 55( 2.710 0.880 3.590 4 16 13
0 551 1 660 ____ 0.010 0 880 2 550
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0 550 2 750 ____ ___ 1.320 4.070 4.64 1
0 550 2 970 ____ ____ 0.900 3 870 4.44
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0 550 2 700 1.020 3 720 4 29 2
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0 550 2.290 0.930 3 220 379 27
PAID ON PRESENTATION. THE TAXES
PENALTY ADDED WITHOUT FURTHER
OFFICE HOURS 8:30 A to 4:30 P.M
SATURDAYS 8:30 A.M to 12:00 M-
Otftce of the Treasurer.
Cuyahoga County Cleveland. Ohio
FRANK M.
BRENNAN
COUNTY. TREASURER
are the same as those of
izen,’’ he said, “only on a
We want to maintain a
record and keep the traffic
the attitude of “I’ll cross the
bridge when I come to it” the
chief emphasized that lack of
preparedness might make it
impossible to “cross the bridge”
when the time conies.
Chief Weaver recommended
the following checklist for driv
ers interested in worry-free,
accident-free and non-stalled
winter driving:
Check heater-defrosting sys
tem, antifreeze.
Get an engine tune-up, and
winter lubrication job.
Check all lights, front and
rear. Have good tires, and al
ways carry a pair of reinforced
tire chains in trunk.
Check windshield wipers
both as to condition of blade
rubber and as to adequate pres
sure of wiper arms against
windshield. Make sure you have
at least one ounce of arm pres
sure for each inch of wiper
blade length. Snow and slush
can get
weakened
a driver
plained.
pretty heavy, and
wiper arms can let
down, the chief ex-
Equalize brakes but since
brakes are only as effective as
tire traction, be sure to check
the condition of tire treads and
the tire chains in your trunk at
the same time. Make sure
chains fit. particularly if you
have installed snow tires. The
latter are an aid for some
INVALID CAR SERVICE
24
HOURS A DAY
Stanley H. Johnston Funeral Home
KEnmore 1-3600
Window Washing
Storm Window and Screen
Service Wall Washing
Gutters Cleaned
HOUSE CLEANING
Fully Insured
VETERANS
CLEANING
GL. 1-7482
Music Instructions
Private Lessons
On All Instruments
n
We Loan Instruments
To Beginners
Gaus Conservatory
of Music
2 LOCATIONS
880 E. 185 Opp. New Post Office
Second St.
KE. 1-2431
Willoughby. O
EV 2 1841
Leo Greenberg. 1510 Belmar
3.96 41
AHEAD..-IF THERE'S TIME
CALL
RE 2-9900
Lajie Shore Blvd
BAST CLEVELAND LEADER
...
It
GAINS CEI PROMOTION.
Francis Ford, 1069 Helms
dale rd., East Cleveland, a
transmission splicer leader
in the Miles District Depart
ment of The Cleveland
Electric Illuminating Com
pany, has been promoted
to cable crew foreman. A
graduate of St. John's Ca
thedral High School, Mr.
Ford has been employed
at The Illuminating Com
pany for 37 years. Mar
ried, he is the father of o
son.
conditions, but do not replace
tire chains on glare ice, steep
grades or deep snow. And be
cause snow tires are often fat
ter than regular tires, you may
need a larger sized set of
chains. On very slippery pave
ments, braking efficiency
tire chains go together
can’t have one without
other.
Ohio Wesleyan
Mothers Meet
Greater Cleveland Area mem
bers of the Ohio Wesleyan
University Mothers’ Club will
meet at 6:30 p.m. Monday, at
a downtown department store
Guest speaker for the meeting
will be Dr. William F. Heald,
associate professor of English
and humanities at Ohio Wes
leyan, who will disedss “Hu
manities in an Age of Science”.
A member of the University’s
faculty since 1954, Dr. Heald
received his B.A. and M.A. de
grees from Tulane University
and his Ph.D. from the Univ
ersity of North Carolina.
Members living on Cleveland’s
Ea*t side should contact Mrs,
A.W. Catalano, 5466 Hollywood,
Maple Heights, for reserva
tions.
Mrs. Homer C. Alexander,
2025 Lee blvd., serves as
ident of the group.
AMERICAN SLOVENE
American Slovene Club meets
Jan. 9th at 8 p.m. in St. Vitas
Hall, 6622 Glass ave.
Dr. Harold P. Roth, Assistant
Professor of Medicine at Wes
tern Reserve University will
speak on “The United Nations'
and Some of its Functions”. Dr.
Roth is also a member of the
Crile Hospital staff,
Guests are invited by hostes
ses rs. William Lausche, 44
East 199th st., Mrs Alice Vid
mar, 626 East 124th st., and
Mrs. Olga Jelersic, 1000 Creek
view.
V/haf do you want in yovr saving
convenience, a high rale of return.
assurance of safety? You get them
ail at Second Federal Savings' five
convenient offices.
FOR MY MONEY
AND YOURS
Givings and. Xoan.
^Association.
Downtown, at 333 Euclid Avenue
EUCLID SHORE: Phnne IE. 1-1111
WiateilLare Blvd.,Zane 23
CHURCH NEWS
NEW ARRIVAL
and
you
the
‘Heritage and Horizons9
Is Baptist Church Theme
This Sunday, at 9:45 a. m., the Junior, Youth, and
Adult departments of the East Cleveland Baptist
Church Sunday School wi
play “Roger Williams and
Church Men's
Club To Hear
Television Talk
Two new East Clevelanders
made their entrance with the
arrival of New Year. It was
one each, a boy and a girl..
done,
there
item
until
that
With all these things
Chief Weaver admitted
was still one important
that would have to “wait
the time came” and
would be the item of moral
responsibility to drive care
fully in winter weather. “Rut
we won’t be able to do our
best then unless w’e do our best
to he prepared now,” he in
sisted.
The son was born to Mr.
and Mrs. George Keith, 894
Caledonia ave., at MacDonald
House, and the daughter to
Mr. and Mrs. Len Walker.
12806 Forest Hill ave., at East
Cleveland Clinic.
Deaths I
Edvard J. Henry
Mr. Henry, a member of
Plumbers Union Local 55 was
44 years old. He had been a
long time member of Christ
the King Parish where he
longed to the Holy Name
ciety.
Funeral services were con
ducted Tuesday from Christ
the King Church with burial in
Calvary Cemetery.
pres-
Earl E. Cliff
Dr. Howard M. Wells of First
Presbyterian Church conducted
funeral services Friday after
noon for Earl E. Cliff. 12933
Euclid ave. He was the husband
of Irma Louise the father of
Bert S., and the son of Bert H.
and the late Ada L. Cliff.
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far leys
JANUARY
SPECIAL BUY!
GIRLS' WOMEN'S
THERMO TYPE
BOOTS
2.99
BAUMGARTEN’S
FAMILY SHOE STORE
1427 Hayden Ave. GL. 1-8516
We Give and Redeem Eagle
Stamps
1 hear the reading of the
Mary’’ by Albert Johnson.
The readers will be Mr. and
Mrs. Neil Bruce and Mr. J.
Russell Cunningham.
This play tells the story of
the vivid individualist who
established separation of church
and state in Rhode Island,, and
pioneered in understanding and
helpfulness of the Indian.
The presentation will be the
opening session of a six-weeks
School of Missions to be held in
all departments during the Sun
day School period. The subject
is “Heritage and Horizons in
Home Missions,” and study
books, films, and maps will be
used.
of
be
of
A lecture demonstration
television transmission will
given by Robert C. Clark,
Cleveland, public activities sup
ervisor for the Ohio Bell Tele
phone Company
James Lutheran
Club today, at 8
before the St.
Church Men’s
p. m.
and demon-
In explaining
ing the principles of radar and
the use of micro-waves in trans
mitting television pictures,
Clark will use special apparatus
to show how micro-waves may
be reflected, bent, made to go
around corners and concen
trated ipto narrow beams.
He will also describe the Bell
System’s coaxial cable network,
now being installed across the
nation, which augments the ra
dio relay system in carrying
both network television pro
grams and regular long distance
telephone messages from one
city to another.
Adult Classes Begin
At Methodist Church I
This Sunday at 9:30 a. m. a
new series of adult classes will!
commence at the Windermere I
Methodist Church.
For the month of January
three classes will be held. The
Rev. Clyde Onyett, presently
on the staff of Goodwill Indus
tries will lead the first discus
sion group with the topic “Early
American Churches And How
They Got That Way.”
Rev. Onyett is an ordained
minister of the Methodist
Church and a past faculty mem
ber of Mount Union College.
The second forum to be con
ducted will be led by Walter i
Wolfram. He will direct a study
of the minor prophets Malachi i
and Micah, relating the teach-1
ings of these men to the current
events in the world today. I
The third class will study the,
International Lessons. Thej
theme will be “The Significance
of the Work of Christ” and will
be led by Edna Blaine of the
church.
“Time of Flight”
Is Sermon Topic
“The Time of Flight” will be
the sermon topic next Sunday
at the 10:45 a.m. worship ser
vice at the Phillips Avenue Un
ited Presbyterian Church, East
125th st. at Phillips ave.
The offertory “Prayer” by
Guion will be sung by a quar
tet made up of Mrs. Roscoe J.
Varble anl the Misses Marilyn
Bush, Olivet Hardiman and
Christine Hodge. The anthem,
by the Senior Choir, will be
“I Sing As I Arise Today” by
Clokey.
of.
A past grand knight
Windermere Council of
Knights of Columbus, Edward
J. Henry, died Dec. 30th en
route to the hospital following
an attack in his home, 1962
Nelawood ave.
the
Host and hostess for the day
will be Mr. and Mrs. Walter
S. Robinson.
A communicants class is be
ing formed especially for child
ren in the seventh through the
twelfth grades.
be
So-
the
Survivors are his wife,
former Lillian Alberts tfyree
sons, Patrick, John and George
his mother, Mrs. Mary Henry
brother, George, jr. and a
sister, Mrs. Margaret Mary
Marous.
Rerently accepted into mem
bership of the church were Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Cox, jr., Mrs.
Colette L. Evans. Mrs. Frances
Jones, Mrs. Joseph Miles,
Mrs. John R. Smith, Miss Eve
lyn D. Taylor and Mr. Rupert
A. Willoughby.
Phlathea Class
Meets Tomorrow
Tomorrow (Friday), mem
bers of the Phliathea Class will
have their monthly meeting at
the East Cleveland Baptist
Church at 8 p.m.,
Hostesses are Mrs. Paul Is
ley. Miss Dorothy Jacobs, Mrs.
Harlan Miller and Mrs. Carmen
Lawrence. Mrs. Ethel Lawrence
will give the Devotions on
“Inner Resources.” Speaker of
the evening is Mrs. Wade Mc
Kinney who will tell of her trip
to Mission Fields around
world.
“Let Go and Let God” is
Sermon Topic chosen by
Rev. William E. Towner,
the 11 o’clock Worship Serv
ice. this Sunday.
1
E. GLENVILLE METHODIST
12651 St. Clair Ave.
CHARLES FREDERICK JONES. O.D
Church School 9:30 A.M.
Worship Service 10:45 A.M.
THE EYES OF GOD
Methodist Youth Fellowihip :400 P.M.
Bible Study—Wed. 7:30 P.M.
East Cleveland
Congregational Church
Euclid ahd Page Avenue*
ROBERT F. R. PETERS, Minister
RUTH B. CHASE,
Director of Christian Education
11:00 A.M.
CHURCH SCHOOL
MORNING WORSHIP
Nursery Care for Infants
Jr. Pilgrim Fellowship 7:00 PJ4.
Sr. Pilgrim Fellowship 7:30 P.M.
CALVARY LUTHERAN
CHURCH
13101 Euclid at Lockwood
REV. ANDREW J. WHITE, Pastor
9:30 A.M.—Church School
8:30-10:45—Worship Services
Sermon Topic:
"SEARCHING FOR OUR
FATHERS HOUSE"
You Are Welcome
St. James Lutheran
Church
United Lutheran Church in America
1424 Hayden Avenue
REV. ALFRED R. BUEHNER
9:30 A.M.
CHURCH SCHOOL
10:45 A.M.
WORSHIP SERVICE
Everyone Welcome
First Church of
The Nazarene
Hayden Ave. at
Claiborne Rd.
Minister
•i
Wm. P. Wllhoyte
Sunday School
Sunday Sermon
Sunday Evening
the
the
the
for
School of Missions this year
at the East Cleveland Baptist
Church will be held during the
Church School Hour for six
consecutive Sundays at 9:45
a. m. starting Jan. 8th.
A play, “Meet Rogei Wil
liams and Mary” will be read
in the Sanctuary for Junior
Department, Youth and Adult
Departments. Mr. J. Russell
Cunningham and Mr. and Mrs.
Neil Bruce will be the readers.
Public Invited to
Watchtower Meeting
W. A. Tracy, a traveling rep
restntative of the Watchtower
Society invites all persons of
good will to attend the public
address “Seeking Peace with
God and Man,” to be given
W YOU CAN EAT!
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"REFLECTION"
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HAYDEN AVE. 4 OLENSIDE RD.
Rev. R. E. LaFontaine, Pc»tor
THE SERVICES
8:00 A.M. 10:30 A.M.
SUNDAY SCHOOL
8:15 A.M.
HAYDEN AVENUE
BAPTIST CHURCH
(Center ef Hoyden and Second)
East Cleveland
SUNDAY 5CHOOl-9:45 A M.
Nurcery Care for All Services
SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE
11:00 A.M.
EVENING SERVICES
7:00 P.M.
WED.-PRAYER MEETING
7:30 P.M.
Preaching Christ, Crucified,
Risen—Coming Again
REV. DONALD 8. WOODBY, Pastor
Windermere
Methodist Church
14035 Euclid Ave. at Holyoke
THURMAN F. ALEXANDER
RICHARD CLARK
Ministers
Church School, 9:30 A.M.
Morning Worship,
10:45 A.M.
COMMUNION SUNDAY
Communion Meditation
"ON BEGINNING WITHIN"
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SIXTH UNITED
Presbyterian Church
HAYDEN and CASTALIA AVE.
Rev. Arthur Copeland, Pastor
9:30 A.M.—Sunday School
Elder John Forrester. Supt
10:45 A.M.—Morning Worship
Service
10:45 A .M —Nursery and Junior
Church
6:45 P.M.—Youth Fellowship
Tuesday—7:30 P.M.—Boy Scouts
Wednesday—7:30 P.M.—Prayer
Service
Wednesday—8:30 P.M.—Chou
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Friday—7 P.M.—Junior C. E.
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St. Paul’s Episcopal
Church
15837 EUCLID AVENUE
last Cleveland, Ohio
Rev. Canon Laurence H. Hall,
Rector
Rev. Jeffery M. Richards,
Curate
8:00
A.M.—Holy Communion
9:30
A M.—Family Service
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11:15
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