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Thursday, April 6, 1961
HOUSEHOLD GOODS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING MAY BE PHONED IN TO OUR OFFICE UNTIL 8 O’CLOCK TUESDAY EVENING, $1.00 MIN IMUM CHARGE CASH WITH ADVERTISEMENT. 75c MINI MUM. NO CANCELLATIONS OR ALTERATIONS AFTER 8 P. M, TV ESP AY.______________ BEAUTIFUL Period bedroom set, chifferobe. full length mirror and dressing table with glass tops, bed spring, mattress, excellent condi tion, $50. RE. 1-1762. ________ KITCHEN chrome set with 6 chairs, good condition new green car pet Hamilton Beach mixer: F4.5 camera. KE. 1-0228 except Sat urday. WANTED TO BUY I Buy Used Furniture Pay Cash HR. 14)111 or EV 1-6371 KELVIN ATOR refrigerator, 6 cu ft. Philco combination record player, radio flat clarinet with music stand. IV. 1-9745 after 6 p. m. SETIT.E estate entire furnishings of home to be sold. 13700 Sixth ave., Saturday, April 8th, 10 to 5. LI. -14794 or EV. 2-8557.______ MAN'S green leather lounge chair. 3 months old call evenings. GL. 1-3016.__________________ __ COUCH, 2 dark green modem arm less chairs, black legs wing chair, occasional chair draperies, ver tical Venetian blinds with pattern: size 9 Persian lamb coat, mink trim: size 4B shoes sink medicine chest kitchen fixture Naugha hyde library chair kitchen set, 4 chairs excellent condition. YE. 2-5125 between 10-12, after 5 p. m. WANTED Furniture & Household Goods Best Cash PrfcM e CV 2-8292 If No Answer Call EV. 2-7116 DOUBLE bed. box spring, dresser $75 Community silver service, 12. extras. S monogram. FA. 1-6345. BED davenport, good condition with nearly new slipcover, $75: auto matic washer. $45 or reasonable offer accepted. RE. 1-1291. The Vision Centre 22472 Shor* Center Dr. IN THE NEW ROLLERDPOME ILDG AN. 1-1900 Office Hour*: Mon 9 A.M.-6 P.M. Tues., Thur*., Fri. 9 A.M.-8:30 R.M. Wed. 9 A.M -1 P.M. Serf. 9 A.M.-5:30 Complete Quality OPTICAL SERVICES Prescription* Filled DItpenting Opticians 11 E V I kl V n A I n HOUSEHOLD GOODS DOUBLE bed. blond mahogany contemporary modern, never used, no mattress, box spring, $25. RE. 1-5023 after 6 p. m. CARPETS: new and used rugs. 9x12, $15, up sizes through 12x20 to match, choice of colors, carpet ing. Empress, 13923 Euclid. GL. 1-8452. All Makes SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED Days Nites KE. 1-2712 IV. 1-4962 MAHOGANY junior dropleaf din ing room table with pad, 6 chairs, credenza, $90. IV. 1-4612.______ DRESNERS, beds, upright piano, liv ing and dining room furniture, miscellaneous moving, must sell reasonably. GL. 1-6439.________ GAS range. Grand, used only 2 months, $75 Hotpoint electric range, large ovgn, l«i months old, $150. BL. 5-9045.__________ CARPETING, 70 sq. yds., with pad ding 9-piece dinette set: two matched living room chairs four blond oak lamp tables. Call RE. 1-3415 or WH. 3-3111. DAVENPORT, grey nylon with foam cushions. $15. WH. 2-3690._____ REFRIGERATOR-freezer, 1955 Gen eral Electric, Hldabed, teeter-babe, old buggy, playpen. KE. 1-4586, 3-10 p. m. SACRIFICE, 2 pair antique satin draperies with valances, other draperies fur stole, sports wear, Size 9. EV. 2-5990. .___________ DINING room set, walnut, buffet, extension table, arm chair, 5 din ers, good condition. GD. 1-8545 for quick sale. 3 LIVING room tables, French Pro vincial. Inlaid top, $25. RE. 1-3597. BARGAINS VARIETY of kitchen utensilc. $30 General Electric sweeper, $25: 9x 12 rug and pad, $25 2 living room chairs, $25 walnut bedroom set, complete, $120 8 pairs drapes, $20 2 lamps, $15: linens, etc. Sun day, 1 to 5 p. m., KE. 1-1733.. WARDROBE-chest, double bed. com plete, dresser sectional daven port lady’s Townley winter coat, size 18, like new. RE. 1-1496. LINED drapes, 2 pair, 172x90, 86x 90. $12 baby bathinette with stand, $6 2 glass topped end tables $4 each. RE. 2-8071. NEW 4-speed Hi-Fi phonograph and records never used, asking $25 refrigerator-freezer, never un crated, very reasonable. 34525 Vine, Eastlake. Fruehaufs.__________ CHINESE lamps, mahogany leather too end tables, large living room mirror must sell girl’s 20-lnch bicycle^ EV. 2-5739 evenings. DINING set with buffet, $30: maple bedroom set, with desk and dress er, $35. KE.J-1459._________ DAVENPORT and chair, good con dition, $45. WH. 3-4406. Wa"pop«r And Paint Co 612 East 185th St. IV. 1-6144 FREE PARKING IN REAR FREE DELIVERY OUR POLICY In view of current business practices, we feel you should know and understand ours. With the advertising of new paints and prices, it is important you know what you are buying. With our combined experience of 62 years, we feel qualified to answer your needs for both products and information. We intend to offer you the products YOU want at the PRICES YOU want to pay. We handle Dutch Boy, DuPont, Dutch Standard, Glidden's Spred-Satin and a complete line of Painting Tools and Accessories. BC ROSES 97c- Dwarf Fruit Trees •Siie I-97 IMPORTED HOLLAND BULBS large Size 1 GLADS ___ Giant Size BEGONIAS Large 101.,75c Flowering Shrubs EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR Daniel O'Shaughnessy Named Mr. Benedictine Daniel O’Shaughnessy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick O’Shaugh nessy, 1730 Bryn Mawr rd., is now Mr. Benedictine. Student voters, in the ninth annual Mr. B. election, selected O’Shaughnessy the school’s most popular and representa tive senior. Four other final ists qualified for the recogni tion. Originator and sponsor of the contest, the Bennet, Bene dictine’s monthly newspaper,, Cub Scout Pack 216 has been hustling through a number of activities for the past month. Early in March the Cubs at tended a hockey game at the Arena. They sure were happy to see our home team win. At the regular Pack meeting the activities were opened with the Flag Ceremony performed by Den No. 5, followed by the awarding of the Attendance Pennant to Den No. 6. Next on the agenda Was presentation of awards to following boys: J. Knox, L. Moss, M. Molder, W. McShane, M. Demchak, T. Smith, T. Marcovy, M. Coiner. IM LAWN and GARDEN 50 lbs. VIGORO FERTILIZER 195 50 lbs. MICHIGAN PEAT ... 97c 50 lbs. PAYGRO Mulch 1.79 £50 lbs. AGRICO AA FERTILIZER & PLANT FOOD............1.99 5 lbs. COLD PRIZE GRASS SEED 99 25 ft. GARDEN HOSE 16" LAWN SPREADER rass uurDSCAPura TV *1 f* LIFE HEALTH BUSINESS ACCIDENT HOUSEHOLD AUTOMOBILE FIRE Can ervtn. ROY C. D'ANNA NOTTINGHAM FEED & SEED CO. Nottingham Rd. at St. Clair KEnmore 1-0256-7 YOUR LARGEST NORTHEAST GARDEN CENTER SINCE 1914 WE GIVE AND REDEEM EAGLE STAMPS Store Hours: 8:30 AJ4. to 8 P.M. Including Saturdays, Wednesdays 8:30 A.M. to 12 Noon. Our Staff of Employees Have 59 Yean of Combined Experience Knowhow. We Meet All Department Stores Adver tised Prices! Plenty of Parking Space. Stop hi Today! will pay tribute to the victor in the manner the eight preceding winners were honored. An engraved “1961 Mr. Bene dictine” trophy, purchased by the school newspaper, will be awarded to O’Shaughnessy. 1 School president, the Right Rev. Abbot Theodore G. Kojis, O.S.B., will make the presentation dur ing the honors and awards con vocation June 2nd in the campus I! auditorium. “I am sincerely grateful to the students,” O’Shaughnessy said, “whose votes bestowed 'upon me this great distinction. II shall do my utmost to be all 'that Mr. Benedictine signifies.” A member of the national nm-.X'/i honor society, student council and senior class executive com mittee, Mr. also was a three year Bengal varsity basketball player. The five-foot, eight-inch, 1145-pound regular left guard ^culminated his final scholastic cage season as Benedictine’s i co-captain. i Intending to become a certi fied public accountant, the 18 year-old Mr. Bi probably fulfill his college at John Carroll University. inianv, vne io indicated he’llll is college work He has two brothers, Patrick, 23, and James, 9, and a sister. Katherine, 21. Although Mr. was graduated from Saint Thomas Aquinas parochial school, the family presently be longs to Saint Philomena Church. March Is Busy Month For Cub Pack 216 D. Dearden, M. Harris, C. Young, B. Brinker, D. Bellmore, C. White, C. Schoenberger, R. Galland, C. Bascomb and K. Pudze. Following the awards the boys stood inspection. The meeting was concluded after the showing of a film on the history of railroads. Then the pack went on an ex cursion through the Terminal Tower and the Railroad Station on the following Saturday. the the Organ Redial The Eastern Star Cuyahoga County in jticn with the Halle 14819 Elm Ave. Ea»t Cleveland GL. 1-0697 CH. l-5766lyou’re interestec» ,n a listing Do Not Be Misled By False Information Year Lawn Supplies A Charter Member Of The On GARDEN And An LAKE COUNTY NURSERY ASS'N. SUPPLY DEALERS ASS'N. Associate Member Oi The it Early Bird Store Specials Come In and pick up your Free Spring Catalogue fi 99 7Q In Carton estimates given 7 EAST CLEVELAND LEADER About PEOPLE You Know James Coleman McCoy, ad ministrative chief of the Ohio Department of Highways here, left this week for a four weeks visit to Europe. McCoy left New York’s Idle wild Airport on an Irish Inter national Air Lines of Home co-opera Bros. Co. will present a ten Hammond organ ensemble with organ ensemble witn the Halle Choraliers Sunday, April 9th at 8:15 p.m. at the Masonic Temple, 3615 Euclid ave. Mr. Joseph Mo nia is conductor. Tickets can be obtained at the door or by calling RE 1-6905. SPRING’S HERE! It’s time to clean up and paint up! Check our Handy Business Directory for Dependable Service! If I our directory, call GL. 1-4383. SPECIAL NOTICE jet and plans to stop in Paris, Rome, London, Zurich, Lisbon, Lourdes. In Dublin, he will be received by President Eamon De Valera of Ireland. He is a former executive assistant to Attorney General Mark McElroy. He resides at 15910 Terrace rd. with his par with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John McCoy. Accompanying him on his European jaunt is a sister, Miss Margaret M. McCoy, an em ployee of the U.S. Army Ord nance District in Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hart, and their children, Dan, Chris, and Becky, 1028 Greyton rd. visited Beautiful Rock City Gardens atop 2400 foot-high Lookout) Mountain during their trip to i the Chatanooga, Tennessee,1 area. i'Hall, The Hart family also visited. gg^’ Berea College, Berea, Kentucky,! Norris Dam, Tennessee, moth Cave, Kentucky, Fort, 14 Knox, Kentucky, and the Her-g mitage, in Nashville, Tennessee, which is the home of Andrew Jackson. Stamp Club They returned home last Sun- St- Nicholas Hall. Prospective day from the week’s vacation. Michael Egan, 2035 Taylor rd. and Thomas Rodeno, 954 Helms dale rd. are vacationing in Clearwater, Florida. Both are students at Cathe dral Latin High. Off to Columbus Tuesday aft ernoon, are Mrs. Hamilton Beatty, 15128 Terrace rd. Mrs. T. M. Pinney, 16064 Gylnn rd. Mrs. Dan Biilington, 15706 Oak hill rd., and Mrs. Richard Ran dall, 1446 Burlington rd. Purpose To watch the 104th Ohio Gen eral Assembly at work on Wed nesday. These East Clevejinders will be joined by members of other Leagues of Women Voters from Cuyahoga County. The day’s agenda includes a tour of the State Capitol, visits to the House and the Senate, as many committee hearings as can be visited before midnight. If the hour can be sand wiched in and the feminine con stitutions are rugged enough, a visit to the State Supreme Court is planned. Mrs. Randall, League Legis lative Chairman, who is making the reservations for the over night stay remarked: “This is one way of finding out what becomes of some of the 1,598 bills that the legisla tive committees must consider before adjournment time. Here is a chance to attach personalities to the names that appeared on the November ballot.” It’s a small girl for the Large family of 14600 Strathmore. Deborah Jean weighed in at seven pounds, seven and a half ounces when she was born March 13th at MacDonald House. It is the first youngster for Mr. and Mrs. Fred Large. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kaminski, 14515 Terrace rd. have returned after a month’s visit in Los An geles with their son Dr. Kenneth Kaminski and his five children. Only unpleasant experience was when Mrs. Kaminski fell on the train coming back and broke a rib. Excitement prevailed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William N. Foreman last week as the East Cleveland couple became grandparents, twice. On March 28th it was Kath leen Amy, born to Mr. and Mrs. William Blaine. On March 30th it was a girl for Mr. and Mrs. John J. Foreman. Three other grandchildren are staying at the elder Fore man home at 2000 Hayden ave. DEAR MOM: Don’t forget to call Joanne at GL 1-4388 be fore 8 p.m. Tuesday night. We want to be sure to get that Classified Ad in on time. They’re Little ads but they sure 11 get BIG Results! Idren's 1 I Plans Show The East Cleveland Philatelic Society will hold its regular club meeting Thursday, April 13th at 7:30 p. m. All club members and stamp collectors are cordially invited to attend. The club’s seventh annual ex hibit and bourse will be held April 29th and 30th at the East Cleveland YMCA at Lee rd. and Euclid ave., from 11 a. m. to 10 p. m. Saturday and 12 noon to 6 p. m. Sunday. The East Cleveland YMCA Junipr Stamp Club will hold its regular meeting Saturday, April 15th from 1 to 3 p. m. All junior collectors are cordially invited to attend. Ciub^ Garden Group Meets Tuesday The Glamelia Garden Club meets Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Avin E. Wah lers, 3653 Fenley rd. Circle 3 Has Spring Theme Spring will be bustin’ out all over at the East Cleveland Woman’s Club meeting Thurs day, April 13th at the group’s club house, 1747 Lake Front ave. Circle 3 will lead the activi ties with an “April Showers and Spring Flowers” party theme. Reservations should be received by Tuesday evening and can be made through Mrs. Webster (UL. 1-2376) Fred Henderson (UL. George or Mrs. 1-4625). Adult Catholics Dance and Meeting Miss Emily Paulin of 19090 Abbey ave. and Miss Dorothy Reilly, 13608 Gainsboro ave., will be hostesses for the Catho ilic Adult Social Club orchestra ’dance. The public is invited to i the affair on Friday, April 7th, at 8:30 p. m. at St. Nicholas Superior ave., and East bershop meeting and election of officers for 1961-62 on Tues day, April 11th, at 8:30 p. m. in horahnn maormep onrl manihapo at»fl wzjl/mrnfi Tri ar_ members are welcome to at tend the gathering and hour which will follow. John C. Walter DeMolay Installs John C. Walter will be in stalled as Master Councillor of Coeur de Lion Chapter, Order of DeMolay, Saturday, April 8th at 8 p.m. at the Collinwood Masonic Temple, 813 East 152nd st. Joseph Hetzel will be Installing Master Councillor and Ken McDanel will give the tribute to motherhood. Also to be installed are Nor man-A. Schilling, senior coun cillor Robert L. Compondu, junior councillor Robert G. Brewer, scribe “Dad” Howard Smith, treasurer Howard Stich, senior deacon Fred Johnson, junior deacon Terry Phyllis, senior steward Art Hixon, junior steward Victor Matthews, marshal Chuck Gill, chaplain Henry Shepard, stan dard bearer Roger Smith, almoner Robert Schmidt, ora tor and Robert Moore, sentinel. Preceptors include Terence J. Osborne, Gerald M. Osborne, Donald R. Brewer, Robert Die trich, Alan A. Kirby, Alen Pas quale, and Kenneth Loucks. social Garden Club Learns About Candle Making The Rockefeller Garden will meet Monday, at the home of Mrs. George Hart, 15501 Glynn rd., with Mrs. Richard Westcott as co-hostess. Club will Art Mrs. Lawrence K. Elliott be guest speaker on “The of Candle Making.” Card Party Tomorrow The Philomena Club of Philomena Church will hold its annual card party tomorrow (Friday) at 8 p.m. in the school hall. St. Tickets can be obtained at the door. World War I Widows Meet Widows of World War I Inc. Cleveland Chapter Alpha 7 will meet Sunday, April 9th at 3 p.m. at the Sheraton Cleveland Hotel. At this meeting, further details of the National Conven tion which is to be held at this hotel April 20th-23rd will be discussed. Election of officers will be Saturday afternoon, April 22nd. The banquet will be Saturday evening sifter which the install ation of national officers will take place. Mrs. Charles Rybak is president of Cleveland Chap ter 7. All World War widows are in vited. Call LA 1-3298 for infor mation. Theta Chi Conference Members of Theta Chi frater nity from six colleges will meet this weekend for their annual “Corral” conference. The conference, to be held at Case Institute of Technology, will consist of meetings, dinners and a dance. Alumni are request ed to act as advisors for meet ings to be held Saturday morn ing, April 8th. For further formation, call EV 1-2324. Mr. Wade also suggested a unique gift idea. “More and more people are spending their vacations abroad more and more are traveling in early spring, to avoid the summer rush. For them, or for anyone going to foreign places, a sampl ing of money from countries they’ll visit is an ideal gift,” he said. A few years ago, the princi pal reason for buying money in this country was that the ex Knights Hold Communion Knights of Columbus of Dis trict No. 16 comprised of Father Dillion, Northeast, Euclid and Windermere Councils will hold “Corporate Communion” with all Knights and their families to attend in a body at Christ the King Church (Noble rd., East Cleveland) Sunday at the 9 a.m. Mass. in- Last In Series For Pre-School Moms At Library The last in the series of pro grams for Mothers of pre school children at the Main East Cleveland Library will be held Tuesdays at 2 p.m. The film “Frustrating Fours and Fascinating Fives” will point out a child’s zigzag course from helplessness and self assertion at four to the develop ment of independence and be ginnings of cooperation at five pointing up the behavior ex pected from the normal child. Mrs. Funsett will have the three to five year olds in the I story hour circle in the Chil room. Ser Knights of the Fourth De gree of all Councils will serve as Honor Guards. Breakfast will be served at the Windermere K. of C. hall located at 13927 Euclid ave., immediately following the Mass. Breakfast is by reservations only and limited to two hundred per sons. Henry Greerer is chairman. (P.O. 1-7000) assisting him are Grand'Knight Mr. Leonard Mar ket, Deputy Grand Knight, Mr. James Castellano and Mr. James Barlow. CALL JOANNE at GL 1-4383 before 8 p.m. Tuesday evening to place those “Little Ads with Big Results!* PT A NEWS Chambers Sets Date For Clothing Sale Chambers PTA announces the dates of the Annual Spring Clothing Sale at which only spring and summer clothing will be accepted either for the child or adult. Rubbers, middies, skirts, coats and maternity outfits are always good items. Clothing must be in good clean wearable condition, and no rummage type articles will be included in the sale. Acceptance Day, Monday, April 10th, from 10 a.m. till 12 noon and from 1 p.m. till 9 p.m. Sale Day, Tuesday, April 11th, from 10 a.m. till 12 noon and from 1 p.m. till 9 p.m. Pick Up Day, Friday, April 14th, all checks and unsold arti cles must be called for between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. The PTA retains 20 per cent of sales, and this in turn is used to help carry out PTA work within the school. If further information is re quired, please contact Mrs. Fred Faile, UL. 1-1320 or Mrs. John Hamila, UL. 1-3827. Come and perhaps you will be able to give both your wardrobe and your budget a real lift. “Scientists” Demonstrate For Caledonia Parents At the Caledonia PTA meet ing, to be held Wednesday, at 1:30 p.m. in the school auditor ium, the spotlight will be turned on the Caledonia pupils and on their principal, Miss Bertha Glendenen. Since increasing emphasis du ring the post-sputnik yean is being placed on the study of Society Offers Package Money For Trips Abroad As another convenience and service for Greater Clevelanders who will be traveling abroad this year. Society National Bank will offer “packaged” foreign pocket money, Mervin B. France, pres ident, announced today. Through the bank’s Interna tional Department, travelers will be able to obtain packets of $10 worth of new, clean foreign cur rency from a number of coun tries. The money comes in poly ethylene envelopes and if coins are included, they are in sepa rate envelopes. There is a slight charge for the packaging. “Everyone going abroad should have a few dollars worth of currency for each country he plans to visit,” says Richard Wade, head of Society’s Inter national Department and an ex perienced world traveler. “As soon as he arrives, he needs money for porters and bell boys, transportation and perhaps a snack. And often, because air port or shipside currency ex changes are closed, or because the rush to collect baggage and find transportation to the hotel makes going to the exchange in convenient, there is no oppor tunity to exchange dollars for local currency until after the currency is needed. Then, too. it’s a good idea to know what each currency looks like and how much it’s worth he’ll avoid em barrassment and confusion upon arrival.” change rate, units of foreign money to the U.S. dollar, was very favorable here. Today, for western Europe at least, this is no longer the case, and the little that might be saved by buying large sums of money here usd ally would not warrant the risk of carrying so much cash, rather than traveler’s checks. Yet ev eryone going abroad should have a few dollars’ worth of currency for each country he plans to visit. Mullally Funeral Home 365 East 156th Street AIR CONDITIONED FRIDAY, APRIL 7th 4 science, Miss Glendenen will out? line the Caledonia science pro* gram to the parents. Pupils at each grade level from kindergarten through the. sixth grade, will perfornfteefaa^ tific experiments, giving Ml ex planations. (For instance, CaU edonia kindergarteners kaoW how to wire a doorbell uatef only three tools fourth graders understand the mechanics ef th* telephone.) There will be a display ef text books and supplementary study materials used in each frattay Science equipment, charts aa« tables—which are used is th4 class rooms— will be set up around the auditorium, where visitors will have the oppor* tunity to study them and ask questions of the attending young scientist*. William Boehm Stars In Spring Musical Event William Boehm, noted Cleve land tenor, will be the guest? star of Musical Productions*^ “Spring Prelude” concert Satur-^ day, April 15th at 8:30 pj*. iap the WHK Auditorium. Musical director is Hendet Wadsworth choreography be by Frank Brooks. The program will include sal ections from “Guys and Dolls. “Music Man,” “Sound of Music, “Kismet.” “Song of Norway*! and other favorites. Boehm’s selections will vary! from “Oklahoma” and “My Fain Lady” to tenor arias from Puc cini’s “Tosca”. 2 ^6 Tickets may be obtained by* contacting Roy D’Anna, 1-0697 Charles Travis," 1-2952 or Mildred Knapp, 1-4563. GLr DEAR JOE: Remember to call Joanne at GL 1-4383 before 8j p.m. Tuesday. We want to sell that living room set and thoee* “Little Ads with BIG Results’” do the trick every time! By the way, you might sell Eddie’s$ little bike, too. He got that big-l ger one from the ad last week.: KEnmore 1-9411 INVALID CAR SERVICE GRAND RE-OPENING THURSDAY FRIDAY- SATURDAY APRIL 6-7-8 MUSIC and DANCING THE LADIES NIGHTS FLOWERS FOR ALL THREE THURSDAY, APRIL 6th JOHNNY VADNAL AL TERCEK SATURDAY, APRIL 8th ART PERKO FISH and SHRIMP DINNERS Friday Might FRITZ’S TAVERN 991 East 185th St. IV. 1-9635 See...and Send w w Taka time to remember with the very newest! You can't believe they're printed! I I 1 I I I I I I I I 4 I I I Sea them for yourself at— The SCOOP 814 East 152nd St.