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East Cleveland leader. [volume] (East Cleveland, Ohio) 1942-1970, January 05, 1961, Image 2

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EAST CLEVELAND FOOT CLINIC
13933 EUCLID AVE.
Dr. J. Wallenstein, D.S.C., Director Open Evenings
ALL FOOT AILMENTS TREATED
UL. 1-7759
,F np°honeswh
Include* hour private lesson weekly, music,
free use of instrument and native ability test.
ATIONWIDE
e
LEWIS BRANCAt
GL 1-0322
Lie P. KLOSS
PO 1-4864
IV. 1-8751
Bob Russell Music Studio
589 East 185th St.
IV. 1-4828 MU. 1-3024
ACCORDION di GUITAR
LESSONS
10-WEEK TRIAL COURSE
STUDENTS I HAVE TAUGHT HAVE WON TROPHIES IN OVER
16 STATE AND NATIONAL ACCORDION CONTESTS
TO All MEMBERS Open 4 P.M. Until I A.M.
SHORE CLUB
of
WILLOWICK PARK
33101 Lake Shore Blvd.
DINNER and COCKTAILS
FISH FRY EVERY FRIDAY
MUSIC AND DANCING
FRIDAY and SATURDAY with
SONNY RAY and His Orchestra
We Cater to Weddings Parties Banquets, Etc.
WH. 2-9807 or KE. 1-0665
CHRISTMAS
CARDS
The SCOOP
814 East 152nd Street
JB NEIGHBORHOOD AGENCIES
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MERIT-RATED AUTO INSURANCE
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Next to Continental
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12722
St. Clair Ave.
Cleveland
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M.i«, Office- Celwikee Otek
Free Movie Tickets
You caa got a pair of com
plimentary tickets to the Shaw
Hayden Theatre by reading ths
names la ten ads scattered thru
tho paper. If you find your name
Just clip tho ad and take it to
tho Shaw-Hayden Theatre and
you'll get two free tickets.
Wednesday to Saturday.
"Tiger Bay" and "The Day They
Robbed the Bank of England."
Kiddie Matinee Saturday, Ward
Bond in "Gypsy Colt" plus an
Hour of Cartoons.
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday.
"Sword dand tho Dragon" and
"Strangers of Bombay."
Starts next Wednesday, "The
Plunderers."
Check all the ads and maybe
you'll find your name. If not this
week, be sure to look next week.
There'll be ten names each week,
good for 20 tickets at the Shaw
Hayden Theatre.
Rezoning
Rejected
(Continued from page 1)
erty must be rezoned,” Web
ster explained.
In requesting the “variance”
or rezoning, Braun pointed out
that a unique circumstance
exists in the fact that an in
vestigation reveals the pro
posed building area is com
prised of approximately 85
per cent rubbish fill to an av
erage depth of about 27 feet
and also there is a storm cul
vert serving drainage areas in
Cleveland Heights which bi
sects the property.
"Hardship Case”
"This- provides a real hard
ship for the reason that the
solid condition necessitates
special foundations and a costly
sewer line installation,” he
said. “The cost of these items
are far in excess of those nor
mally encountered in the con
struction of one and two-family
homes.”
He also claimed that the
proposed use of the property
would not alter the general
character of the neighborhood
because there are apartments
in Cleveland Heights and
Webster asserted any re
zoning move would be contrary
to all the good principles of
cjood zoning because it would
constitute “spot zoning which
is frowned upon everywhere.”
When' the vote was taken
after Police Chief H. S. Weaver
moved the request be denied
there were more ayes sounded
than there were members of
the zoning appeal board.
Almost all the persons there
to object cast a vote.
However, Law Director Web
ster duly noted that only the
votes cast by members of the
INVALID CAR SERVICE
24 HOURS A DAY
Stanley H. Johnston Funeral Homo
KEnmore 1-3600
board would be recorded for
posterity.
In other business at the
meeting, the zoners approved
a request by
a
city playground within view
of the site.
However, the neighbors did
not quite see it that way and
freely expressed their views.
One asked what would happen
to present property valuations
if rezoning was granted.
Others stated they would en
courage and welcome a single
home development on the land.
“It is a wonderful neighbor
hood for that,” said one.
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portrait by our studio.
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studio
15606 St. Clair Ave.
IV. 6-1330
Paul Gress. 13311 Gards*
Burton G. Shu­
tack, owner of property at 1261
East 137th st., for authority to
extend his garage to the real
property line.
Also approved was permis
sion for Mrs. Marjorie Ross,
owner of a two-family dwelling
at 1528 Hillcrest ave., to in
crease the permitted occupancy
of the third floor of the house
from one to two roomers.
In the building, the first floor
suite is occupied by four peo
ple the second by three with a
total occupancy of eight. The
approval allows Mrs. Ross to
increase the occupancy of the
house by one person.
I
BAST CLEVELAND LEADER
Drafting
Goes On
(Continued from page 1)
times persons were too anxious
to go.
She tells of one case right
after Pearl Harbor was bomb
ed, when an eager person came
in and excitingly attested he
wanted to be drafted right
away. This in light of the fact
he had 10 children at home.
The board was reluctant to
draft him, but he was persis
tent, so papers were drawn up.
He then went home happy, but
Come in and visit our new modern building on Hayden
Avenue less than a block from our old quarters. See one of
Cleveland’s most modern savings and loan office.
came back later to ask sheep
ishly that he be undrafted.
It seems his wife would not
let him go off to war.
Wife Says Different
Mrs. Hertel remembers many
instances where boys who could
remain not fit for military duty
because of physical defects un
derwent surgery so they could
be drafted.
The saddest experience that
Mrs. Hertel related concerned
a father during World War II
who had several children and
an occupation that could keep
him deferred for the duration
of the war.
He insisted on being drafted
however, claiming that he didn’t
want to be treated any differ
ent than anyone else.
free
For Savers At
Both Offices
As indicated below, gifts will be given free with new savings
accounts or additions to present accounts. Get your gift at
either our Hayden or Hillcrest offices. Funds must remain
in the account for a minimum of 12 months. Limit of one
gift per family
I
DANISH MODERN COFFEE SERVICE
Distinctive ceramic coffee server with cream and sugar
service. Available in attractive two-tone colors perfect
for entertaining.
FREE WITH NEW SAVINGS OF $250 OR MORE I
1355 HAYDEN AVENUE
(near
formed Mrs. Hertel that the
man who would not take advan
tage of his deferrment because
he wanted to be treated the
same as anyone else, Was killed
in action.
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East Cleveland Sa vines
and Loan Company
shaw
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GOl ’’ET'S
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A year later, a relative in-
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the LwJ Lake Shore Blvd.
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CHOICE
New HAYDEN Office
Beginning December 27 through January 21st were having
a gala celebration with.
GIFTS!
9 pcs. KNIFE SET
Valuable set of six steak knives plus carving knife and fork
with knife sharpener. Famous Sheffield stainless steeL In
an attractive cutlery chest.
FREE WITH NEW SAVINGS OF $500 Oft MORE!
16 OZ. JUICE SERVER
A practical container for your refrigerator. Pyrex with at
tractive lines and modem decoration. Unbreakable plastic
cover.
FREE WITH NEW SAVINGS OF $100 Oft MORE I
5816 MAYFIELD ROAD
CURRENT RATE
FREE PARKING
(east
Thursday, Taauary S, 1961
COME IN AND SEE
OUR COMPLETE SELECTION OF
Hummel Figurines
$.25
FROM
WALTER F. MEYER
DIAMONDS-FINE JEWELRY
12509 St. Clair Ave.
for advertising
CELEBRATING
the opening of
East Cleveland Savings
Cali Glenville
1-4383
of brainard)

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