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Thursday, March 2, iSBl
Do You Have
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Those Rusty Water
Wash Day Blues?
... Let us REPLACE Your
Rust-Filled Hot Water Lines
With Rust-Free Copper Pipe
Bathroom and Kitchen Remodeling
Our Specialty
Waterlines Replaced Don't DigI
19709 Cherokee Ave.
KE. 1-1995
COMPLETE
PLUMBING
'V REPAIRS INSIALLATIONS REMODELING
.‘GAS AND WATER LINES SEWER CLEANING
Furnaces & Boilers
SERVICE
F.H A, TERMS UP TO 5 YEARS FREE ESTIMATES
STEINER FA.' 1-3673 MU. 1-2020
LEO SCHAEFER SONS
44S CLEVELAND RD.
PLUMBING 6 HEATING SERVICE
SEWERS CLEANED ELECTRICALLY
FURNACE SALES & INSTALLATION
WH. 3-3323 LI. 1-8917 WH. 3-0420
PETRAS PLUMBING & HEATING CO.
PLUMBING REPAIRS AND REMODELING
ELECTRIC SEWER CLEANING WATER HEATERS WATER LINES
Gas Lines Repaired Licensed and Bonded
RE. 2-9365
PROMPT ■MWWM FTREE
SEWER BLOCKED?
We Specialize In
ELECTRIC SEWER CLEANING and
DeFRANCO ELECTRIC SEWER
Lewis Pfumbing & Heating Co.
REPAIRS AND REMODELING
Water Heater* o Water Line* o Electric Sewer Cleaning
GAS LINES TESTED and REPAIRED
24-Hb'ur Service RE. 1-7262 Free Estimates
NEW AND USED-GAS AND OIL FURNACES
let Our Factory 1 -lined Expert* fake Care ot Your Heating Problem*
LEO SCHAEFFER S SONS
LI. t-8917 WH. 3-0420
licensed. Bonded, insured Coy & light Service
XOR QUICK
GLenville
1-0036
McPHILLIPS
PLUMBING CO
ESTABLISHED 1907
Quality Materials
PLUMBING
HOI WATER TANKS
Repair and Remodeling
Reasonable Price*—Work Guaranteed
LICENSED-BONDED
M. C. TANCRED1
EV. 2-5734
ALL MAKES
I
Gas Furnaces
Installed—-Repaired
Low Prices
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3 YEARS TO PAY
Free. Estimates
24-HOUR SERVICE
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Reliable
Furnace Co.
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10220 St Clair Ave GL 1-4799
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
MAY BE PHONED IN TO OUR
OFFICE! UNTIL 8 O’CLOCK
TUESDA” EVENING, 90c MIN
IMUM CHARGE CASH WITH
ADVERTISEMENT 75c MINI
MUM. NO CANCELLATIONS
OR ALTERATIONS AFTER
5 M. TUESDAY.
I
DOLLS REPAIRED
AND dressed antiques our special
ty. Margaret R. Jackson (Doctor
of Dolls). WH. 3-2900 evenings.
LIGHT hauling. Call John.
KE. 1-6468.
PAPERHANGING
SANITAS. painting, first class work
only. Ask for George. WH. 6-0398.
LAWN mowers sharpened, hand or
power pick-up and delivery all
work guaranteed. KE. 1-6649.
PAINTING, papering and removing,
as lbw as $10 per room white.
MU. 1-4116 or WH. 2-1009.
PLASTIC tile, linoleum and floor
tile deal with applicator.
UL. 1-6033______________________
WANTED: light hauling of any kind.
Call after 5 n.m. IV. 1-2786.
“ELECTRICAL
WALL plugs installed, violation*
corrected free estimates.
GA. 1-1465.
HAUI ING, pianos appliances, fur
niture. KE 1-5446. UT. 1-2689.
ROOF leaks reealred, Carl Severin,
IV. 1-0361.__________ _____________
LIGHT hauling. rubbish removed,
basements cleaned available any
K time. RE. 1-5993. _____
A INTERIOR decorating, painting,
•T Kemtnning. wallpapering, first
class workmanship GL. 1-1497.
FURNACES serviced, day or night.
outside gas lines furnace* and
gutters installed, reasonable.
ESTIMATES
KE. 1-3900
REPAIRS
CLEANING
UL. 1-0455
Free Estimate
DRIPPY FAUCET O
NEED FIXING
Sherwin
HARDWARE
Gas Furnaces-Boilers
All Make*
Free Estimate*
Wo Clean and Repair Furnace*
Hot Water Tank*
24-Hour Servico
BOSTIC HEATING
GL 1-9063 750 i. 152 SH. 9-0454
RUBBISH, hauling, reasonable.
IV. 1-4889._______________________
YOUNG man light moving and
hauling of any kind, has truck
reasonable. KE. 1-0499._________
UPHOLSTERING, living room furni
ture. dining room and kitchen
chairs, reasonable. Call IV. 1-8082.
PAINTING: All interior brushed or
sprayed multi-color and basement
spraying lowest prices for guar
anteed work. White union mecha
nics. KE. 1-0038.
INCOME TAX
RETURNS and accounting services
business firms and individuals 20
years experience Euclid Account
ing and Tax Service RE. 1-2700.
PLASTERING
ALL types, new and old, no lob
too small. WH. 3-4174._________
SPECIAL prices, "hot water tanks’*,
plumbing repair* and replace
ment* no traveling charges. Mr.
Tucker. YE. 2-6867, HI. 2-5796,
PAINTING, paper hanging, experi
enced small job* accepted.
UL. 1-4363, GL. 1-7076.
BUTTONS covered, make belts,
buckles and button holes, help
with any sewing problems, al
terations, fittings, etc., also dress
making and tailoring GL. 1-9873
CARPENTRY
FOR the best in carpentry at low
est prices. Mr. May. 14106 Shaw
ave. UL 1-5497
CARPENTRY
NEW work and repairs, attics, rec
reation rooms, etc. guaranteed
work at reasonable rates. Bob
Rood PO -3554, East Cleveland.
WANT TO MOVE?
CLOSED van with lift gate, experi
enced movers, also light hauling.
Cali Rocky, anytime. MU. 1-0272.
TEACHER, piano and accordion
lessons, in your home, children
and adults will rent 12 bass ac
cordion. Mr. Weinhouse,
FA 1-0417.
PLASTERING repair call Pat free
estimates. KE. 1-5343.__________
HAULING of any kind. Including
rubbish: reasonable. Wm. Thomp
son, GL. 1-1253_______________
PAINTING, interior and exterior,
experienced union get your es
timates free. Gus Miklich.
KE. 1-3889.
PLUMBING
REPAIRS, reasonable: licensed
plumber. George Jones, 366 East
222nd st AN. 1-2123
WALLPAPER removing and inter
ior painting, no job too large or
too small. KE. 1-0624
CARPENTRY, big or small, all
kinds of work, attic rooms a
specialty, reasonable, free esti
mates. wH 3-2814.
PAINTING, averae room $8. if you
furnish paint experienced painter.
PO. 1-2886.________
PAINTING and paoer hanging
small repair jobs. GL. 1-7076.
MAINTENANCE repair of all kinds,
screen repairs. Call Crisa,
8U. 1-107L
USE THIS HANDY BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
SKEBE PLUMBING
ROOF EXPERTS
Any type Root Shingles
up to and including
1,500 square feet.
PHONE
SERVICE
ROOFING
6UUY
INSURED
FURNACES
F.H.A TERMS
COMPETITION
GET BIDS—MAKE SURE ONE IS OURS
*289
TERMS IF DESIRED FREE ESTIMATES
REPAIRS ROOFS
DECKS AND GARAGE ROOFS INSTALLED
GUTTERS SPOUTING
GUARANTEED WORK FULLY INSURED
GLENN McDONALD Roofing & Sheet Metal
1724 SHAW UL. 1-2070
NEW ROOF
IV. 1*2092
Sherwin
740
E.185 ST.
HARDWARE
ROOF REPAIRS
$6 and np
GUTTERS. DOWNSPOUTS
DECKS and CHIMNEY POINTS
KEnmore 1-6488
TIP-TOP
SEWER CLEANING
AND REPAIRING
24 Hour Service—Free Estimates
GL 1-4161 PO. 1*2602
TINNING ROOFING
REPAIRS
Also Roof Looks Fixed
RE. 2-8074
ROOFING
Registered A Bended Contractor
FREE ESTIMATES TERMS
UL. 1-3295 HI. 2-2960
PLASTERING, patchwork, ceilings,
attics, work guaranteed. Call
Dave anytime. GL. 1-8964 or
AT. 1-0775.____________________
SANA-Bleach washing fluid, de
livered, 40c gallon, 4 gallons $1.40
pine cleaner, $1.96: Eagle stamp*
EV 1-0843, EV. 1-0470.________
SAGGINCr davenport* and chairs,
steel webbed in your home, no
fuss or dirt. Call S. Woolston.
evenings, PO 1-6947.
TRACKING, 2-ton dump truck
rubbish, garages, dirt, tree*, lum
ber reasonable, Mike’s Trucking.
KE. 1-1448.
KENMORE. Whirlpool and Bendlx
washer repair also electric dryer
service all wprk guaranteed.
RE. 1-5372.
STEPS? wood, porch, basement anc
2nd floor outside steps, reason
able prices call anytime,
PO. 1*6237.
GUTTERS
LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN
SHEEHAN ROOFING
GL 1-3388
3 GENERATIONS OF ROOFERS
FURNACES
INSTALLATION—PARTS—REPAIRS
GLo 1-1985 IV. 1-1038
ROOFING
NEW
NEW WORK OR REPAIR
Complete Service On
GUTTERS DOWNSPOUTS
PORCH DECKS o CHIMNEY
ALL TYPES OF SIDING
AU
Materials and Labot Fully Guaranteed
FUEHRER KE. 1-3739
READER
ROOFING
SINCE 1920
Day or Night
REPAIR
EMERGENCY SERVICE
STORM DAMAGE—INSURANCE CLAIMS
JOHN SALVATORE
GL. 1-1985 IV. 1-1038
ROOFING
TINNING
FURNACE CO.
RESIDENTIAL
COPPER
SLATE
SHINGLE
GUTTERS
riN
ritE
CANVAS
ROOFS REPAIRED
SHINGLES SLATE TILE BUILT-UP ASPHALT
INDUSTRIAL
BUILT UP (AR
ASPHALT GRAVEI
MET Al WORK
downspouts
15007 Aspinwall. GL. 1-1355
WAHL
MOVING
REASONABLE
Anytime
IV. 6-5433
R.S. TRUCKING
Moving and
Light Hauling
RATES
IV. 1-9942
DEPENDABLi
Rubbish Disposal
Regular Pick-Up or Special
Clean-Up Job*
Residential, Commercial or Industrial
Reliable PO. 1*9851
if No Answer, EV. 1-0216
PAPER hanging, 90c roll, labor out
of our books painting white.
MU. 1-0448
WALLPAPER removed with steam
painting and wall washing rea
sonable. RE. 2-8184.
ELIMINIATE water hazards, real
clay tile kitenen. bath, complete
remodeling service, free esti
mates, no down payment. FHA
terms. Colinwood Tile Co., 35
years experience, GL. 1-0405,
WH 2-3252.
LIGHT hauling, will do pick-up and
delivery work also down spout
and gutter work. WH. 6-2122,
MU. 1-5960.
WILL move you by the job, free
estimates, call IV. 1-8667 any
time
WALLPAPER steaming, painting,
paper hanging and stucco long
experience, white. IV. 6-1992.
PAPER hanging, painting. A-l
reasonable call Max. VU. 3-1972.
PAINTER, paper removing free
estimate winter rates. Kapp &
Sons. LI. 1-2522.
HAULING rubbish, dirt, concrete
trees cut down garages tom
down: cinders. MU. 1-8424.
MOVING and hauling experienced
men reasonable rates. IV. 6-2677.
NEW garages erected as low as $60
act now before spring prices.
MU. 1-4661.
PLASTERING, small job* or large
family man in need of work.
IV. 6-2486.
MINOR home repairs, call after 9:30
a. RE. 1-1602.
INTERIOR painting, specialist. 25
years experience, union exterior
estimates now reasonable try me
and see. RE. 1-3548.
ACCORDION repairs in home, rea
sonable, free estimate. KE. 1-0786.
PAINTING, 610 per room, prompt
servico, neat Iv~ 1-1193.
LAal LLtvnLAftD LEADER
ASPHALT DRIVES
OLD AND NEW DRIVES SEALCOATED
Guaranteed Work Free Estimate* Term*
EAST CLEVELAND PAVING CO.
U. 1-B0B6 IV. 1-0990
ASPHALT DRIVES PLANT MIX
Can Be Used In 24 Hours Guaranteed
Straight Even Edges Reasonable Power Rollers
JOHN NERO
MINARDO
Plastering Co,
New and Repair Work
LI. 1-9068
WALTER A. GRISSOM
WH. 2-5790
TIEBER'S OAKHILt
TREE SERVICE
Special Rate* for March and April
Fully Insured Free Estimate*
IV. 1-2035
Tree Removal
INSURED
STANLEY IV. 1-4441
WATER HEATER
NEED REPLACING
ESTIMATES
PLASTERING
For_Prompt..S«rvice..Coll
the Plastering Man
Arches & Curved Ceilings
FREE ESTIMATES
KE. 1*8106 Wl. 3*5331
PLASTERING
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL
Repairs, Attics, Additions
IDEAL PLASTERING
Estimates Free, IV. 6-3989
in (pfoAtlA
Jaffray
Plastering
WH. 33050
All Types Work Estimate* Free
PLASTERING AND
MASON WORK
Specializing In Repair
White
IV. 1-3657
GEORGE F.
PINCHJfK
CORDWOOD
ALSO
TREE REMOVAL
GORDON'S TREE SERVICE
PO. 1-4967
TREE REMOVAL
PRUNING—TRIMMING
Free Estimates Insured
STAMP A GUESS
WH. 4-2913 IV. 6-3685
TRFF
aa
:oMPi*Ti
NEW or
REPAIR
**evic»
Insured Free Estimates
Dave Larned, EV. 1-8300
CORDWOOD
STONE FOR DRIVEWAYS
STONE BASE FOR CONCRETE
SEPTIC DRAINAGE STONE
Fill Sand River Gravel Cinder*
IV. 1-2092
Sherwin
740
E.185 ST.
HARDWARE
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
WILLIAMS Music Shop. 897 Kart
222nd st. RE. 2-8666.___________
CHORD organs. 48 button, 2% oc
tave knee swell, Swedish stain
less reeds, $134. P. J. Polsinelli,
735 Babbitt rd. RE. 2-9956._____
PIANO taught beginner* a special
ty, harmony and theory.
GL. 1-4474.
BLOND spinet piano and bench,
A-l condition, 22601 Arma ave.,
off East 222nd-Euclid.
NEW and used accordions at whole
sale prices. IV. 1-7541._________
NEW and used spinets, all styles
and finishes nothing down 3
years to pay. Lewis Piano Com
pany. 14681 Euclid at Lee.
LI 1-4072 or ER 1-2232 evenings.
LESSONS, accordion and piano ac
cordions loaned and sold. William
Sneller. 291 East 218th st.
RE 1-1179______________________
VIOLINS, old and new. $67 to $250
rare violins. $300 up P. J. Poisi
nelli, 735 Babbitt rd. RE. 2-9956.
OVER 30 used pianos to choose from,
players, spinets, studio* and up
rights. Kap's Used Pianos 14147
Euclid-. LI. 1-6078: open evenings.
PIANO leasons. mid-term special,
modem method with experienced
teacher. Call UL. 1-2218 after 11
a. m.
ACCORDION, 120 bass, Italian
make, gobd condition, priced for
quick sale. KE. 1-0786.
TAPE recorder, latest model, rec
ords. stereo, will demonstrate
stero tapes, blank tapes, etc.
new 4-speed Hi-Fi phonographs
and records, $25. Fruehaufs,
WH. 2-3036.____________________
ACCORDION, 120 bass, with case,
perfect condition, $125.
RX. 1-1M2.
EV. 1-7192
CEMENT'
WORK
OF ALL KINDS
WATERPROOFING
No Down Payment
Phil Berardinelli
Workmanship
CEMENT
CONTRACTOR
JOHN ZUPANCIC
EX. 1-5472 or KE. 1-4993
CEMENT WORK
Driveways, Garage Floors,
Basements, Etc.
JOE HEGLER
WH. 4-1323
Cement Work
OF ALL KINDS
Driveway* Garage Floar*
Grading Etc.
Financing
CHUCK DOLENC
MU. 1-0793
Mason Work
NEW AND REAIR
FIREPLACES. STEPS, GARAGES
AND BASEMENTS
CEMENT WORK
Tony Hegler KE. 1-2571
Basements
Waterproofed
IV. 6-5535
Cleveland Cement
Floors & Driveways, Inr
"No Job Too Small"
MO. 3-7038
CALL DAY OR NIGHT
NEED FIXING
Sherwin
HAADWMt*
FOR SALE-PETS
WILL trade plastic slipcovers for
1959 Oldsmobile Holiday towards
Chihuahua female dbg.
SW. 1-3048..
POMERANIAN pups, A.K.C., fe
male has all shots, $70. RE. 1-9477
after 6 p. m.
FREE 9 month old dog. to good
home. KE. 1-8739 after 6:30 p.
GROOMING, all breeds by appoint
ment, afternoon or evening:
standard poodles a specialty.
PO. 1-1266.
BLACK standard female poodle,
champion background, AKC.
WH. 4-0312.
PUPPY, $1. Call IV. 1-2027.
PARAKEETS, normals and rares,
breeders and young birds breed
ing cages and boxes. MU. 1-0490.
CHIHUAHUA pups, AKC. house
broken, $35. Chardon rd.
CLifford 6-8320.________________
WATCHDOG, large German Shep
herd very reasonable GL. 1-3484.
BEAGLE pups, females, 6 months
old have papers for dam.
UL. 1-7021, after 4 p, m.________
GERMAN Shepherd, male, 2 years,
all shots, good watch dog, reason
ably to good home. HI. 2-7685.
WANTED TO BUY
VETERAN buys paper, rags, iron,
lead, copper, furnaces, sinks,
bathtubs, toilets. ER. 1-9582.
ER. 1-4354, ER. 1-1068.
CASH for your land contract, 2nd
mortgage or pledge. W. A. Schutt,
Realtor. KE. 1-3636,
JACK pays more for salvage,
Junk, furnaces, toilet seta, copper,
irass, lead we buy all kinds of
tools we pick up anywhere.
FA. 1-5223.
ANTIQUES WANTED
HIGHEST PRICES PAID
For Old Dolls, Coin*, Haviland
China Marble Top Furniture, and
All Object* of Art
Specializing in Cut Gias*. Etc.
GL. 1-0724
WE buy scrap iron, metal, furnaces,
bathroom sets, all tools, furni
ture. appliances. UT. 1-3188,
SK. 1-4924._____________________
NIMROD type camping trailer,
camping equipment must be rea
sonable IV. 6-2774._____________
MACHINIST'S tool box and tools
mikes and gauges, etc. GL. 1-5738.
BURNED out family needs every
thing. RE. 2-7943.______________
WANTED to buy old picture port
cards, key wind dock*, toy steam
engines. WH. 2-6240. __________
CHEST of drawers, blond preferred.
GL. 1-4687. __________________
WANTED: carpeting, rugs, all sizes
typewriter, diamond ring, min.
stole: from private party only.
PO. 1-M00.
FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE
BOARD OF EDUCATION
For Fiscal Year Ending
December 31st, 1960
East Cleveland City School District
County of Cuyahoga
P.O. Address 1849 Shaw Ave.
Cleveland 12, Ohio
February 23, 1961
Retirement
Deduction for School
Employees
Total Foundation
Funds)
to
I certify the following report
be correct.
RUTH N. MORIN
Clerk. Treasurer of the
Board of Education
Tax Valuation $112,312,430
Tax I/»vy _. 18,7 mills
School Enrollment 5859
Salaries and Wages
(Code No. A-l
A-52 Inclusive) $1,901,081.09
SCHEDULE I
SUMMARY OF CASH BALANCES,
RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES
BALANCE, JANUARY 1st, 1960
General Fund
$1,063,896.69
12,891.85
173,308.771
Bond Retirement Fund
Building Funds
Lunch Room Fund
Resale Fund
Athletic Fund
Total $1,268,614.75
RECEIPTS
General Fund $2,533,096.09
Bond Retirement Fund 207,283.98
Building Funds 302,746.20
Lunch Room Fund 95,936.35
Resale Fund-------------- 3,875.84
Athletic Fund 287.74
Total
$3,043,226.20
Total Receipts and
Balance-------------$4,311,840.95
EXPENDITURES
General Fund
Bond Retirement Fund
IV. 1-73831
$2,464,462.24
197,979.75
66,696.67
91,050.65
2,285.42
Building Funds
Lunch Room Fund
Resale Fund
Athletic Fund
Total .. $2,822,474.73
BALANCE, DECEMBER 31st, 1960
General Fund $1,132,530.54
Bond Retirement Fund
22,196.08
309,358.30
19,558.91
1,748.76
3.973.63
Building Funds
Lunch Room Fund
Resale Fund
Athletic Fund
Total $1,489,366.22
Total Expenditures
and Balance $4311,840.95
SCHEDULE II
RECEIPTS
REVENUE
GENERAL PROPERTY TAXES—
LOCAL LEVY
I ‘General Fund $1,932,832 88
Bond Retirement 207,283.98
Total Property Tax $2,140,116.86
(FOUNDATION PROGRAM
Cash Received .... $
Deduction for Teachers
283,387.02
Mr-cellaneous Revenue
Receipts (Gifts,
Fines, Etc.)
These
158,409.00
36,544.00
Retirement
Otner Foundation
I Reductions-------------
10,975.88
489,315.90
Program I
Stdte—Interest on
Irreducible Debt
and School Land
State—Rental from
$3,043,226.20
Transfers)
SCHEDULE III
EXPENDITURES
‘.DMINISTRATION
A-l to 14 inc. Salaries
and Wages Adm_
$ 68,578.54
Meetings
68,578.54
3,494.48
Total Personal
Service —I
B-l. Office Supplies
D-l. Replacement
Total Other
Purposes
946.68
Office Equipment ...
E-15. Service Fund—
Traveling Expenses
E-16. Travel Expense
7.50
Total Administration. $ 75,317.56
INSTRUCTION
A-15 to 29 inc.
Personal Service---- $1,524,263.07
B-4. Text Books and
Work Books----------
B-6. Other Educational
Equipment
D-4A. Repairs
Educational
15,124.82
26,867.58
Supplies----------------
D-4. Replacement
Educational
44,498.91
.$ 102,460.66
Total Instruction $1,626,723.73
CO-ORDINATE ACTIVITIES
A-30. Personal Service
Attendance Officers. $
A-31 to A-33 inc.
Promotion of
Health
A-34, A-34A. Other
and Driving
Training____
ransportation.
Total Other
Purposes ________ $
Total Co-ordinate
Activities $ 52,886.58
LIBRARIES
B-5. School
Library Books____ $ 226.95
F-8. To East Cleveland
Public Library 30,583.96
Total Other
Purposes ______ $ 30,810.91
Total Libraries $ 30,810.91
TRANSPORTATION OF PUPILS
A-36. Personal
Total Other
Purposes
Bonds
14,746.00
4.541.50
Service I
B-2. Motor Vehicle
Supplies
C-3 Material for
1,318.82
Maintenance of
Motor Vehicles
£-12. Transportation
1,443.75
Contract___________
Total Transportation
of Pupils
SCHOOL LUNCHES
A-37. Personal
Service---------------
B-13A. Supplies
and food
4
Motorists Learning
Wintertime Driving
Is Not An Easy Task
“It’s gradually getting
through to many drivers that
driving in the wintertime is no
snap,’’ Chief of Police H. S,
Weaver commented today.
“Some have been learning the
hard way—by getting stalled or
jby skidding into accidents. Oth-
14’673 211 ers, while they can’t point to
iany specific trouble or serious
disaster, are nevertheless begin
ning to realize that the hazards
are present and that you have
to work at being a safe winter
driver.”
158.34
3,685.89
Cold weather always causes
below-standard performance by
the vehicle itself, the chief ob
served. For example, tires which
grip dry pavement and bring a
car to a stop within 21 feet from
a speed of 20 miles per hour, act
quite differently on packed snow
or ice, where they will skid 70
feet to over 200 feet before
bringing the vehicle to a pre
carious stop. Many drivers have
experienced this hair-raising sit
uation.
Too, many windshield wipers
which seemed perfectly adequate
last summer and fall have failed
miserably this winter. They sim
ply do not “bear down” with
sufficient pressure to move
heavy snow and slush. Wiper
arms should exert one ounce of
pressure for each inch of rubber
blade length. Check this at your
gas station, for safe visibility.
The car engine itself may be
showirig
started”
weather.
a reluctance to “get
in the continuing cold
are failings which not
only test the temper of the aver
age driver, but could endanger
his life.
“These difficulties can be rath-
Total Other
Purposes
146.11
1,104.00
6,326.49
School Land and
Property
State—Other
Tuition from Parents
and Patrons
Tuition from other
Total Play
Grounds $
OTHER AUXILIARY AGENCIES
20,969.62
Districts (Not
State Foundation) ....
Depository Interest
and Interest on
A-41. Employes ...
30,667.38
Total Personal
Service
E-14. Tuition Paid
46,764.47
Securities
Lunch Room Receipts
(Exclude Federal
7,861.84
Total Revenue
Receipts ............... $2,839,209.02
NON-REVENUE
Investments
Matured I
Swimming Fees
Sale of Text Books
and Work Books
Sale of Property
Insurance Adjustments
Miscellaneous
$
to
.. $
Other,Districts
fF-5 Teachers Retire
ment Contribution
*F-6. Employes Retire
ment Contribution
95,936.35
T-7 Tuition to other
Boards Through
Foundation Program
Deductions by County
Auditor
1.150.72
5.447.91
198.35
'T'ota! Revenue
Non-Revenue
Receipts
10,975.88
19,801.41
Total Other
Purposes
190,000.00
4,104.96
.... $ 227,131.02
Total Other Auxiliary
Agencies .... $ 231,611.47
OPERATION OF SCHOOL PLANT
A-42 to 44 inc.
Personal Service ..... $
B-8. Gas
B-9. Fuel
B-10. Janitors Supplies
B-ll Engineers
3,115.24
Non-Revenue
Total Non-Revenue
Receipts $ 204,017.18
Supplies
$3,043,226.20
Total Transactions
Revenue—Non
Revenue and
144,379.09
4,607.65
36.542 46
14,153.47
16,342.50
Service .................
F-2. Rent of
Auditorium for
Total Other
Purposes
4,141.56
Equipment
E-16 Transportation
of Employees
E-20. Non-Payroll
500.00
9,667.21
Personal Service
E-21. Professional
Meetings
Total Other
Purposes
588.50
14,735.89
386X5
Commencement
F-3. Insurance
F-4. Taxes
Total Other
Purposes $ 146,983.70
Total Operation of
School Plant $ 290,362.79
MAINTENANCE OF SCHOOL
PLANT
A-45 to 47 inc.
Personal Service I
C-l. Materials for
1,222.95
Employees
E-20. Non-Payroll
Personal Service----
E-21. Professional
52,512.97
81,925.50
Maint. Bldgs, and
Grounds
C-2. Materials for
75.00
992.41
Maint. Equip, and
Furniture
C-4. Materials for
6,739.02
141,000.00
H-l. Bonds or
Notes Maturing----- $
H-2. Interest on
56.622.50
H-4. Incidental
Expenses
32,763.75
Lands $
1-3. New Buildings---
1-6. Equipment for
Old School
Buildings
Total Capital
Outlay__
38,140.58
$ 86,696.67
Total Expenditures.— $2,822,474.73
Total Transaction*
(Expenditures and
Transfers) $2,822,474.73
ASSETS AND LIABILITIES
ASSETS
Cash Money on Hand
In Depository,
Active and Inactive
Accounts ________ $ 789,366.22
••-Lands (Cost)
(Building Sites,
Playgrounds, Etc.)— 361,24500
••-Buildings (Cort)
Buildings (Cost) (All
School Building*) 4,800,000.00
••-Equipment (Cost) I
(All School Building
31057
Equipment) 429,602.00
Investments 950,000.00
$7530,213.23
Total Assets
1.073.14
$1,968,000.00
LIABILITIES
Bonded Debt
7,814.64 Total Liabilities $1,968,000 00
50,666.19
Excess of Assets $5,362,213.2
17.3304113.22
Total
3759443
Pub. March 3, 1961
Pago Eleven
er easily remedied,” the chief
said, “by proper corrective meas
ures—the use of tire chains, the
testing and replacement if nec
essary of windshield wiper parts,
and by a mid-winter engine tune
up.”
so easily remedied, he
out, is the lassitude of
who allow these condi-
Not
pointed
drivers
tions to go on, without correc
tion.
“I’m afraid it’s going to take
an accident to shake some people
out of the dangerous rut in
which they find themselves,”
Chief Weaver said.
For drivers who have the mid
winter driving blues, nothing
can pick them up more surely
and happily than a firm decision,
followed by prompt action, to
eliminate the small annoyances
and equipment failures that
plague their peace of mind when
driving, the chief emphasized.
“Do right, and you’ll feel
right, because you’ll be able to
drive right,” was the chief’s
best word of advice on this cold,
mid-winter day.
New Owners
Announced At
Tam-A-Rac
The agreement for purchase
of Tam-A-Rac Country Club in
Willoughby has been completed,
according to club- officials.
The group purchasing the
semi-private club at 38000 Lake
Shore blvd. includes three pro
fessional golfers who operated
the club last year, three Cleve-
D-6A. Equipment 3.289.63’Undeis' and an Eastlake man.
The professionals, all mem
... $ 40,384.46 bers of the PGA, are Pat La-
Conte, his son Dick LaConte,
playgrounds and George v aluck. From
A*39 Personal Cleveland are Charles Mc
Service $ 1.271.00'^ n
,(Bill)
jGaughey, n. J. Carter,
and Beatrice Gilles. The East
"“3°° lake man is Bernard F. Race.
$ 4,480.45 During 1961 the club will be'
■operated by the professional
4,480.45 golfers, and the Clevelanders
1,400.73‘will not assume any responsi
bility until January. 1962.
'58,409.00
16.544.00
In 1961 the club will con
tinue to operate on a semi
private basis. The restaurant
and cocktail lounge facility
however, are open to the pub’:
Dick LaConte. In cnarge
1961 memberships, indicate'
two types of membership an
being offered by the club in
1961. The “A” membership is a
season privilege allowing
use of all of the facilities,
eluding the golf fees and
swimming fees.
48 83
6.025.85
46,223.68
6,192.59
61.74
74.00
E-9. Water
E-10. Electricity
E-ll. Telephone
E-17. Advertising
E-18. Hauling
E-19. Other Contract
and Open Order
full
in
the
Employment
Office Opens
Benedict and Associates offi
cially opened its doors for busi
ness this week at 25000 Euclid
ave., next to the Charterhouse,
Managed and operated by
W. C. (Bud) Benedict, well
known among both large and
small employ s in the Cleveland
and Euclid areas for his talent
search in the Engineering and
Scientific fields, Benedict and
Associates will have two divi
sions, Personnel Placement and
Engineering Services.
2,144.54
Maint. of Motor
Vehicles (not Bus)—
C-5. Materials for
160.87
The Engineering Division is
well staffed with degree Engi
neers, Draftsmen, and Techni
cians experienced in Machine
Design Produrt Design Value
Engineering Feasibility Study!
Metallurgical Consulting Tech
nical Writing, etc
4.923.55
Other Maintenance
D-6. Replacement
Other Equipment
E-16. Transportation
of Employees
E-20. Non-Payroll
6,522.90
300.00
128.64
Personal Service
B-3. Supplies for
Motor Vehicles
B-13A. Supplies
for Shop ________
1,034.18
495.83
$ 97,636.01
Total Maintenance of
School Plant $ 150,148.98
Total Operation of
School Plant_____$ 290,362.79
1,660.58
Total Current
School Cost $2,557,798.31
DEBT SERVICE
The prime objective of the
new organization is to offer to
local industry an overall com
plete technical service in the
rapidly expanding and challeng
ing field of Technology. As new
equipment, now on order, is re
ceived. new services will be an
nounced.
GLenville 1-4383 is the num
ber to call if you’d like to see
if you can sell that set of books
or perhaps that box of button
hooks.
357 25
197,979.75
Total Debt Service _..$
CAPITAL OUTLAY
1-1. Purchase of
2,87853
16.545.00
48.550.17
FOR RENT
POINTER'S
CLUB HALL
1.601.50
Available Foi Weddings,
Social Gatherings. Showers,
Parties, Meetings
933 EAST 152nd STREET
GLenville 1*6783
FRIDAYS.,
•nd Every C.
the ... L-kc
Goad Ji 222nd S*

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