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6lie 54 IN /’Illi nc iniLUJ CLEAN UP, PAINT UP! for summer! See our Handy Now’s the time to get your Business Directory for just the house and yard in tip-top shape service you need. FRUITLAND East 185th and Nottingham Rd. OPEN FOR BUSINESS During Re-Modeling OPEN 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M Daily and Sunday 2 DANCE BANDS THURSDAY, MAY 18th Music By Frank Samson and The Waiters SATURDAY, MAY 20th Music By "THE HARMONAIRS" The Green Darby Lake Shore Blvd, at E. 142nd KE. 1-3191 NEIGHBORHOOD FOLKS you should know MRS. SILKEN FOCHT Teller in the Euclid office, Mrs. Focht has two teen age sons and a brand new (year-old) daughter has been with Second Federal for three years. Each person here takes a genuine Interest in your savings and home loan problems. Come in and discover this for yourself. FOR MY MONEY-AND YOURS: Member Federal Savins* and Loan Insurance Corporation payings and Loan Association 22480 Lake Shore Blvd. Teleohone RE 1-1111 ST. CLAIR LUMBER'S ANNUAL SPRING SALE GARAGES AT LOWEST PRICES EVER! YOUR CHOICE OF THESE FOUR WAYS TO BUY MATERIALS ONLY SHELL ERECTED-YOU COMPLETE THE JOB GARAGE COMPLETELY ERECTED e GARAGE ERECTED INCLUDING CEMENT WORK LICENSED BONDED INSURED CONTRACTORS Call For Free Estimates Now! KE. 1-2400 OUR SALESMAN WILL CALL DAY OR EVENING FIR PICNIC TABLES REDWOOD NO DOWN PAYMENT—UP TO 60 MONTHS TO PAY.' SPECTACULAR MAY SALE Of Outdoor Furniture and Lumber Specials GENUINE REDWOOD 6-FOOT PICNIC TABLES Made of 2-inch stock. Full size 6-ft. long with 27-inch wide top. 7 FT. TABLES ........ $17.95 NO DELIVERIES AT THESE PRICES ..„S13W 42-INCH REDWOOD UMBRELLA TABLE Complete with 3 Curved B0nt5 830-95 ROUND REDWOOD UMBRELLA TABLE PICN,C TABLE With 5-PIECE PICNIC SETS CONSISTING OF 1 PICNIC TABLE 2 SEPARATE BENCHES AND 2 LAWN CHAIRS All In Beautiful Knotty Pine and ALL FOR ONLY $22-95 Attached Benches ..._ only SPECIAL WHILE THEY LAST SslO QC OPEN FRIDAY AND MONDAY TILL 9 P.M. OTHER DAYS TILL 5:30 P.M. ST. CLAIR LUMBER CO. 18530 ST. CLAIR AVE. KE. 1-2400 Campus Capers i On Dean’s List For Sth Consecutive Time Carol Linda Moore, a 1958 graduate of Shaw and now a junior at Baldwin-Wallace Col lege has been named to the Deanll List for the eighth con secutive time. She was recently elected to the college’s Dayton C. Miller Honor Sorority. Carol is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Aubrey Moore, 3346 Lowensdale rd. Sandra Andrews, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Budd G. Andrews, 15717 Oakhill, Commander of the Angel Flight of the Al legheny College Air Force ROTC detatchment, was award ed the Professor of Air Science Commendation Ribbon at a re cent full-dress President’s Re view of the Corps. Miss Andrew’s award citation was in recognition of “merit orious service as Commander” during the present academic year. She is a senior at Alleg heny, is majoring in elementary education, and is a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. Ernest J. Zupancic of 13522 Beaumont st., a freshman in the College of Arts and Sciences of Boston College, has been el ected vice president in charge of research of the Jesuit univ ersity’s World Relations League. The son of Mrs. Margaret J. Zupancic, he is majoring in history and government. He is also participating in debating and journalistic act ivities at the Jesuit University. He is a graduate of St. Ig natius High School in Cleveland. Alan Alexander, son of Dr. and Mrs. Homer Alexander, 2025 Lee blvd., appeared in Ohio Wesleyan University’s production of “Finian’s Rain bow” recently. The comedy presented as part of the Univ ersity’ traditional o n n e 11 Week End activities. Selected as a student resident for next year at Wooster College was Martha Jenkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jenkins, 15518 Oakhill rd. She is a sopho more this year and a 1959 grad- Heights. WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTION Please call for addresses of jobs we have completed in your area MAHOGANY PLYWOOD U In. 4x8 $15 0^4. V-Groowed Square Foot 95 SCREEN WIRE ALL WIDTHS Aluminum or Fiberglass I Square Foot /Bi CANVAS DECKING 12-oz., 36 in. width. 17.M With Detached Benches 20* Per lineal foot wOC Porch & Deck Paint Gallon $3.97 2x4 SHORTS 4 5 6 7 Foot 23c Foot 29c Foot 39c Foot 49c WIRE FENCING Per Hundred Lineal Feet 36 Inch $20.95 42 Inch $23.95 48 Inch $25.95 CEDAR POSTS 2 in. 7 ft each 35c 3 in. 7 ft ..each 49c 4 in. 7 ft. each 69c QE 1x3 Cedar Pickets 36 42 48 Gothic Top* 17c 20c 22c Inch each Inch each Inch each Screen Doors Comb. Doors $16.95 $6.95 land, it was announced by Dean Carl F. Wittke. Weir, who received the A.B. degree from Penn State and the M. A. degree from Western Reserve, will study history un der the grant during the aca demic year 1961-62. Lewis Jones, a sophomore at Ohio Wesleyan University, has been elected to Pi Mu Epsilon, the national mathematics honor ary fraternity, which symbol izes an achievement academic excellence in mathematics. in general as well as this week Lewis is on tour with the Ohio Wesleyan Men’s Glee Club. The high point of the tour is the club’s performance at Carnegie Hall in New York City. Lewis as a 1959 graduate of Shaw High School. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis H. Jones of 1025 Nela View rd. Carol Anne Blaha, June ’60 graduate of Shaw and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William G. Blaha. 13600 Third ave., will appear in the forthcoming dra matic production “Solid Gold Cadillac” at Fenn College to morrow' and Saturday. Carol is an active member of the Fenn Players and the choir and as such she has appeared in “You Can’t Take It With You” and “The Mikado”. She is also writing a column for The Cauldron, the Fenn newspaper. William Rodger Niess, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Neiss, Selwyn ave.. was one of the 150 men to pledge Valparaiso (Ind.) University’s social fra ternities this spring. Niess, a freshman, is a mem ber of the Spring, 1961, pledge class of Pi Kappa Alpha. He is studying in the College of Arts and Sciences. Claire Gambatese. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hank Gamba tese, 15995 Neladale rd., was initiated into Gamma Phi Beta sorority at Kent State Univer sity recently. Miss Gambatese is a fresh- mviv vm.- ...._______ man majoring in early childhood uate of Laurel School in Shaker]education. She is a graduate of I Ursuline Academy of the Sacred Heart. Robert M. Weir, 1983 Hilton rd., has been awarded a schol arship in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Western Reserve University in Cleve- Richard J. Palicka, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Palicka, 1301 East 135th st., has been initi ated into “Keromos” Profes sional Ceramic Honor Frater nity at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, where he is a junior. “Rich” was a graduate of Shaw High School, class of January 1958. Gordon W. Hartwig, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hartwig, 14200 Savannah ave., has been appointed to the position of Graduate Resident Advisor for one of the men’s residence halls for the coming academic year at Michigan State University in East Lansing, Michigan. His duties include program director and advisor to under graduate students while he is studying for a master’s degree in guidance and counseling. Mr. Hartwig, a 1957 Shaw High School graduate, is presently a senior at MSU. Miss Gail Howell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Howell, of 1907 Knowles ave., and a senior at Western College for Women, Oxford, Ohio participated in the Western College annual Flag Day celebrated recently. Miss Howell is vice president of the Senior Class and is on the Dean’s List. Dave Kuby, a 1958 graduate of Shaw High School and a third year student at Antioch College, will be spending the 1961-62 school year in Cleve land. He plans to work full time and attend night school at Western Reserve for two se mesters. He is doing this pri marily to prepare himself fi nancially for a year of study in Europe ’62-’63) through Antioch’s Education Abroad program. Also he wants time His tentative plans for Eu rope are to study language in France the -month of August, & FOR THAT A SFfCIAL ran WHILK Phan* He is the son of Paul J. Kuby, 1740 Chapman ave. For tickets and further in formation phone the Y, GL. 1-3425 or Mrs. Ralph Peckin paugh, GL. 1-0643. Mrs. E. Allen Burks. 15846 Fenemore rd. and Mrs. Sue BieniaSz, YWCA Director, delegates to the National Convention of Young Women’s Christian sociation held in Denver, 8th-13th, returned home week and reported that YWCA of the U. S. A for the next triennium will place major emphasis on strengthening pro gram for girls and young women. In addition, the YWCA will work toward continued progress in the fields of inter national peace and good will, economic and social justice, as well as basic individual rights and liberties inherent in demo cratic institutions. The nearly 3,000 women at the week-long parley went on record confirming the National Board’s action that the YWCA can best serve today s young women as an autonomous wo men’s movement with a Chris tian purpose. Mrs. Burks and Mrs. Bieniasz were members of the Greater Cleveland men, the gation at off for intensive reading in personal commitment to dedi his new field of concentration.'cate efforts of the YWCA to He has just changed from psy chology to a philosophy-litera ture split major. “Life in Indonesia” is the topic at the Y Mothers regular meeting, Thursday, May 25th, at the Y house, 1931 Lee rd. CAST CLEVttAND LEADDI work on a co-op job for two months in Paris, and study in England from October through June. He hopee to hitch-hike to some of the exotic Euronow pean capitals during vacations.willtheof Indonesia dessert The YWCA will conduct a tour of some of East Cleve land homes- Tuesday from 1 to 4 p. m. Five homes will be toured, each with a different type of architecture and design show ing several examples of home decoration, pointing up fea tures of interest. To be shown, are the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hensley, 16015 Oakhill dr., a five story ravine-side English Tudor Mr. and Mrs. Frank Holzheimer, 16211 Oakhill rd., a Dutch Col onial with unusual color schemes Mr. and Mrs. Mar vin Riggert, 15521 Henley rd., a California contemporary ranch designed by Robert Lit tle Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schreck, 1888 Wymore rd., a 68-year old Victorian, tastefully remodeled and Mr. and Jess Little, 16305 Glynn a Colonial. delegation of 29 wo fourth largest dele the convention the convention, the learned also that for During delegates the next triennium the YWCA will stress four major areas of work with women around the world literacy training, health and nutrition, vocational train ing and retraining, status of women. become “in spirit and in truth an inclusive fellowship of wom en and girls deeply united by our Christian purpose.” The convention also con firmed the National Board’s DINE at SmitIrsi SPECIAL OCCASION PARTY DINNER BUSINESSMEN'S LUNCHES SHOPPING Make it your happy practice to take the family out to dinner regularly. Mother, especially, will appreciate the refreshing break in her routine. Drop in soon. HAN TO JOIN RE. 2-9900 A TABlf WHt AWAIT YOU. GRANT WILSON AT THS PIANO HARLEQUIN L0UN6E YUM. THRU SAT. NIGHT* Smith's THAT FINE RESTAURANT IN EUCLID action to support medical bene fits for the aged Social Security by adopting, as a ma jor emphasis in the YWCA’s Public Affairs platform, “a pro gram social security adequate to needs of our aging popu lation. and a coordinate public assistance program.” Mrs. H. C. Alexander, pro under gram chairman, announces that Mrs. Frits Albert, a native of Indonesia, residing in East Cleveland, be the speaker. An added attraction will be a typical baked by the speaker, which will be served during the tea hour.<p></p>The Snyder Is Ford's Newest Local Dealer Installation of Officers will also be conducted by Don For tune.<p></p>Y'S HOId Owl Snyder, an automobile Phil dealer in East Cleveland for the past 25 years has become Ford’s newest local representative. The veteran auto man has switched his dealership at 13829 Euclid ave., from Ramblers to Phil Snyder Ford Sales, Inc. The official opening of the new agency was this week. Snyder’s experience in the au tomotive field covers the com mercial credit field as well as dealerships. He will serve the new venture as president and general mana ger. Other officers are Mike Tozzi, vice president and sales manager and Herb Snyder, serv ice director. MISCELLANEOUS 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 5 P. M. TUESDAY.________________ ROTO tiller, heavy duty, new motor, cost $225: selling price complete. Mrs. rd., dur- The homes will be open ing the afternoon and women may go directly to them or transportation will be available from the Y if needed. After touring these homes, tea will be served at the Y from 2 to 4. Mrs. Fred Chorman is chair man of the Committee plan ning the event, assisted by Mrs. Frank Holzheimer, Mrs. Ralph Peckinpaugh and Mrs. Kenneth Livingston. SI 25. TV 6-2769.______________ FREQUENCY meters. 341 MC, to 1000 MC. $50 Supreme No. 665 Composite Video signal generator, $50. LI. 1-4741._______________ TABLE saw, 8 inch, stand, extended, new Craftsman motor, jigsaw with motor dinette set. RE. 1-4887. 16MM Victor sound projector, with 12 inch speaker, excellent condi tion. RE. 1-3479.________________ 8 MM magazine movie camera and outfit: Mirro-matic pressure cook er, Hollywood deep-fryer. RE. 1-7345. Executive 22nd the WHY? Look All Over Town For Bargains YOU WILL GET THE BEST DEAL As- AT May this the Lake Furniture 855 E. 222nd RE. 2-7616 Opposite St. Christine'* School STAN ERZEN, Owner THE FINEST IN FURNITURE, TV, APPLIANCES AND CARPETING OLD books, collector’s Items, 1850 to 1900 Civil War. Biblical, mis cellaneous. IV. 1-7132._________ BRYANT gas heater, slim line. 90.000 BTU, with blower 4 years old, $100. 531-4249._____________ 10 TRAILERS of pure chicken ma nure. Call WH. 3-0341 after 8 p.m. LARGE matchbook collection 12x 14 red linoleum 8x10 oriental rug and pad 2 formals. size 9 and 12 automatic washer boy’s bicycle. RE. 1-1676. 261-2470._______ OFFICE typewriter. $15 Encyclo pedia Britannica, excellent condi tion. $150. RE. 2-8074 Color* Red, Pink, Copper, Brown, Yel low, Blue shade*. $1.10, 10 for $2.75 3 for and the CORAL BELLS—red, white, pink 1.25 3 TALL PHLOX. 3 color* 1.10 3 OLD FASHIONED BLEEDING HEARTS 2.00 3 3 relations, made a In the field of race convention delegates COLUMBINE, long-spurred---------1.25 Over 250 Vorietie* of HARDY PLANTS Dug FRESH from the Field Open Daily Sunday Till Dark LOHREY FLORAL GARDENS Plains Rd., bet. Like Shore Blvd and Hookins Rd., Mentor. Ohio USED Simplicity 5^« h.p. garden tractor and attachments. Jim, KE. 1-2907 after 4 p. m.______ CLEAN fill dirt, free, you haul it. KE. 1-2987. CLOSE-OUT FLOOR SAMPLES and Discontinued Models STEREOS, RADIOS, PHONOGRAPHS AND TV SETS Franchise forbid* us to mention Brand names. All famous makes. SAVE $$$ O^en Tuesday and Friday Night* Till 8:30 P.M. DEMSHAR'S RECORDS HI-FI PHOTOGRAPHY 22034 lake Shore Blvd. REdwood 1-4770 SANA Bleach washing fluid, deliv ered. 40c gallon 4 gallon*. $1.40 Eagle Stamp*. EV. 1-0643. 3 WOOD storm windows, ZBVfex 46^ one 28^x54% good shape, reasonable. WH. 4-3235, after 6 MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS ARCHERY outfit. 3 bows, 20 arrows, quiver and accessories, 840. PO. 1-7001.___________________ DETERGENT. 50 lbs., $6.95 100 lbs., $12.95 also other laundry prod ucts: free delivery money back guarantee. RE. 4-3600. USED tires six 7.10x15, two 6.70x15, seven 740x14, nine 8.00x14, two 6.50x16, one 6.40x15. one 5.30x13, two 6.70x13. five 6.00x13 steel I beam television tubes, $1 each: 3 overhead door*. 8x8 IV. 1-9636.______________________ LINOLEUM and tile at reduced price, see us before you buy. Berger,. 805 East 185th st TELEVISIONS IT INCH, $20 21 Inch $25 terms, no down payment, exchange. Western Auto. 15520 Euclid ave.. GL. 1-8411. GIGANTIC 3 Hour TIRE SALE! Fri. Eve.. May 19th ELLIS & LESSER Firestone Store 719 East 185th St. A TIRE SALE EVERT WHICH HAS HEVER SEEN EQUALLED IN THIS AREA! We guarantee never before could you buy Firestone Tires at these SAVINGS. All Firestone Passenger Tire* will be on Sale a* UP TO 50% DISCOUNT tire* will carry New Firestone All Road Hazard Guarantae*. Everyone who make* a purchase of $19.95 or over, will receive a special gift. REMEMBER 1 NIGHT ONLY ELLIS & LESSER FIRESTONE STORE 719 E. 185th St. KE. 1-7443 WINDOW accessories, finest made, reasonable price. Venetian blinds, window shades, traverse rods, aluminum storm windows, doors, aluminum outside awnings, door canopies, folding doors, iron stair rails, Venetian blind repair serv ice everything sold installed es tablished 1948 Rudy Nagode IV 1-6964 9 a. to 9 p. GIFT wrappings for large packages, continuous sheet, size 26x40. also Jumbo Rolls, cut the caper to fit the gift. The SCOOP 814 East 152nd st. FILM developing and printing black and white, color, movies, slides film for sale, reasonable. Harry Flynn Studio. 15606 St Clair IV. 6-1330.______________ MAILING envelopes, for ohoto graphs, all sizes. Harry Flynn Studio, 15606 St Clair. IV 6-1330 I960 TRIUMPH cub motorcycle. 10 h.p.. like new, $375. IV. 1-5647. USED hand and power mowers engines rebored and serviced hand mower parts, saw filing open evenings, all day Saturday and Sunday. Reno’s Mower Serv ice. WH. 6-0366.______________ FURNACE, $50 aluminum windows, $8 each: bathroom fixture, $10 6 piece dining set. $15: stove. Magic Chef. $50: kitchen cabinets, $75. 12210 St. Clair.________________ DUE to death in family 100’s of| items, very reasonable call for appointment. UL. 1-4699. Ford Tractor With cutting blade and scoop in good condition. $500. IV. 6-4536 CAMERA. refrigerator, bicycle, table saw, lathe, drill, vise, gear reduction, tools, chest, trailer, gas, electric range, television, ra dio. 37033 Vine, Willoughby. 65-WATT amplifier, $10 transistor radio. WH. 2-0114.____________ nnn,T, press, upright with or with out motor, adjustable table. WH. 2-2543.____________________ LEAVING town dryer. $50: sofa bed, $15 collie dog. WH. 3-5457. NORMAN kiln and complete ce ramic hobby supplies to settle estate. BL. 7-7679. ENCYCLOPEDIA book case, 65 redwood picnic tached benches, Britannica and new 2-in. thick table with at $22.50. WH. 4-1869. DRAFTING board pedestal type, 37’i in. 60 in. top, like new, $30 photo floodlight bar with metal case, $5. WH. 4-1869. 52 GALLON electric hot water heat er, electric oil pump motor. 275 gallon oil tank. WH. 2-8417. Aluminum Combination Storm Doors $3650 TAX INCLUDKC INSTALLED 11CTDH aluminum ME I KU products 14514 St. Clair Ave. SHOW case, 8 ft. long, 4 ft. high, glass shelves, mirrored back, in terior lights, $75. WH. 2-9440. THREE 7.00x17 truck tires and tubes, 8 ply. average 3,000 miles each, $60. WH. 4-0964. ROYAL standard typewriter, good condition, with pad and cover. IV. 1-6462 after 6 p. m. 5-GALLON electric water heater, 110 volt, $10 3-gallon stainless tank, $5. IV. 6-3424.___________ JIG saw, Craftsman tilt arbor, new, $35. KE. 1-4413.________________ EMERSON air conditioner, ton. used 2 summers, very good condi tion, $50. MU. 1-9144.___________ USED toilets, wash bowls, $5 each miscellaneous size* angle iron “I” beam*,. 6-inch tram rail, 4c lb., steel shop tool*. $2 each indus trial electric vent fans 10-gallon electric glue pot, $25 steel roller conveyer, $1 per ft. Craftsman 24-inch jig saw with motor, $35. WH. 4-1400.____________________ 2 SCREEN doors, combination. A-l shape 2 pair window shutters reasonable. KE. 1 -6194._______ REASONABLE Lee* rug, 9x12, green wool bassinet, high chair, taylor tot. girl’s winter clothes, 7-8 men’s large navy overcoat. 1167 Commonwealth ave., May field Hts.____________________ ALUMINUM ladder, 28 it. floor lamp, $2.50 birch lamp, $2J10 drapes andirons, electric logs, $8 car cooler. $10 living room set. MU. 1-0777.__________________ OUR Engagement and Wedding Book, the Bride Book, Guest Book, Baby Book at The SCOOP, WATCHMAKING tools, machinery, equipment and benches. KE. 1-9535. DEALERS stock of stamps, mostly mint, general foreign, some U.S. approximate catalog value, $2,000. MU. 1-8094 after 630 p.m. STARR percussion revolver, Astra and Bretta automatic pistol, Jap anese rifle, Mauser short gun, M-1893 Matrln rifle win take U.S. runs, knives, swords in trade. TV. 6-2163 after 6 p.m. BAND saw, 12 inch: radial type saw. a,i ton air conditioner, inside micrometer, Bendix gas dryer for parts. PO. 1-6261 evenings. KODACOLOR film developed, 12 prints. $3-50 save 20% free mail ers. price list. Michel Photos, Box 7272E, Parma 29.______________ REDWOOD storm window* and screens, mixed sizes Americana encyclopedia set table and 4 chairs ouggy. stroMer crib make offer see at 29923 Phillips, Wlck liffe._____________ DOORS, three 30x80, one 23%x77»/i. RE. 1-4248._____________________ STORM windows and screens, good condition, cheap. EV. 1-8422. GAS rURMACES Installed & Repaired WINTER CHECK-UP $7.50 24 HOUB SERVICE MIDWAY HEATING 14716 Lake Shore IV. 6-4086 1959 PORTABLE deluxe Underwood typewriter, excellent condition, reasonable. Call after 4 p. m. MU. 1 -7060.____________________ GLIDER, like new. Call MU. 1-5276. TIRE CLEARANCE ALL brands, must sell, moving to 16131 St. Clair, June 1st. Carroll Typewriters Repaired CLEANED, OILED DAYS. EVES 1-5180 PORCH Screens, copper, like new. 2 sides, fit 8x14, Includes door make offer. KE. 1-3185. ACCORDION, Italian make, like new: wringer type washer. S15. girl’s Chicago roller skates, sizes 4 and 5, $8. UL. 1-3179. LATHE. Craftsman, new with new ‘a P. motor. Bargain. 9:30-3. Thursday and Friday 10-6 Satur day. 797 East 152nd st.________ LADY’S golf clubs, Patty Berg, 5 irons. 2 woods, golf bag, $35. KE. 1-8305. _______________ LUGGAGE, Oshkosh, Yale locks. ladies train case, ladies weekend case, man's two-suiter, good con dition outside, like new inside, reasonable. GL. 1-2644. JACOBSEN lawn mower, 18-inch electric rotary, good condition. S25. IV.1-4958 after CAMERA, Boiesx 8-16mm. 1.8 lens used once, like new, $200. IV. 1-4958 after 6 p. m._________ USED television equipment, good con di tion, reasonable. PO. 1-9230. TOPSOIL, will deliver anywhere Zigman Brothers, John or Joe. RE. 1-6123. _________________ POWER lawn mower, reel type, good condition, $20. IV. 1-3813. LEAVING town television, 17-ir.ch table model, excellent, $30 RCA 17-inch portable. 1960 model, like new, $75 gun cabinet, drill press. MU. 1-2474. _________________ YOU-ride-it Craftsman 4V*-h.p. ro tary type lawn mower and leaf mulcher make offer. TV. 1-3955. SPECIAL, little Corona portable typewriter, only $14.95 Toledo counter scale, $5 bikes. 26-in. Murray, 26-in. Roadmaster, 14-in. Murray, 26-in. Rollfast, 26-in. Schwinn. 16-ln. Murray trikes, 20x16, 16x12, 14x10, many other bikes and trikes: television an1 radios: roller skates from $l.5 hundreds of things in both th s Cycle Shop and Antique Shopp Emporium. 2 to 6 p. m., 1611 I Midland, off 163rd, north of S Clair. For The BEST in STORM WINDOWS DOORS and CALL WH. 4-3235 A/so A Complete Line ot JALOUSIES ALUMINUM SIDING ALUMINUM AWNINGS PRE-CAST STONE AH Material* & Workmanahip fully Guaranteed MOVING .UTO or boat cover, large, extra heavy pipe threader, heavy ratchet-type with dies, pipe vise, cutter, pipe wrenches, pipe and fittings, complete $50 bench grinder and motor. $10 blow torch and soldering iron, $2 bench vise, 5 inch, extra heavy, $10 lawn mower with iron wheels, $2: with rubber tires. $5 salvage and tools, 50c up. 34216 Lake Shore. WH. 2-2843._____ i IRAND stove, excellent condition, moving. $60 accordion, 20 bass, Italian. $50: cotton skirts, size 24 26 waist, 3Oc each. EV, 1-7458. STORMS and screens for casement windows, also marble sills: other miscellaneous items. IV. 1-1405. BRING your film to us for process ing and receive a fresh roll 120 620-127 free!! Fruehauf*. 34525 Vine, Eastlake.________________ 52-GALLON electric water heater, like new will accept any good offer call anytime. WH. 2-5059. Wa Specialize in GARAGE ROOFS $ealdown No Noils Appear on Surface 10-Year Guarantee Atlas Heating & Roofing 1024 E. 165 th IV. 6-2583 LARGE metal desk, like new, $25. KE. 1-8863.__________________ WESTINGHOUSE 21-inch televi sion boy's bicycle both very good condition reasonable VENETIAN blinds. 28x64 4 chairs, 3 crocks, flower pots, lawn mower, new canvas porch awning. 6 ft. new General Elec tric toaster, 3 screens, 28x54 1, 24x46 2 storm windows, 24‘ix 56’.j screen for door, 24x51 storm window for door, 241,«x561/i. IV. HU. I Thursday, May It, 1981 RUMMAGE SALE I BISHOP McKinstry Circle Rummage Sale, Friday, May 19th. 15020 Aspinwall, 8:30 a. m. 5:30 p. m. RUMMAGE sale Friday and Satur day, May 19-20 at 653 East 152ni st., Euclid Chapter Rainbow Girls. STORE for rent for Rummage Sales. 653 East 152nd st. UL. 1-4697. THURSDAY, Friday, Saturday, all day: 1361 Vandemar rd., off Noble rd., Cleveland Hta.___________ FIRST E & Church, Thornhill and Arlington, Wednesday, May 24th, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. IN portable building, St Joseph’* Pariah School grounds. St. Clair at East 144th st, Thursday. May 18th Friday, May 19th. from 1 p. m. to 8 p. m. excellent bar gains. THIS-THAT SALE lc TO $25, Thursday, Friday. Sat urday and Sunday, May 18th through 21st, inclusive 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. children, women, men's high grade clothing lamps, furni ture, dishes, antiques husbands invited. AN. 1-2138 178 Brush rd off Chardon rd. East of Richmond. BABY NEEDS BATHINETTE, $5 bassinet, $3 strol ler, $4: buggy, $10 sterilizer, bot tles, $1 bottle warmer. $1 new crib mattress, $5. 1436 East 134th st. MU 1-1052.___________________ BABY crib, chiffarobe, $20. Call IV. 1-8193.____________________ PLAY pen and pad, $10 Jumper chair, $4 all like new, RE, 1-0990 WELSH baby buggy with detacha ble seat for older child. Good condition. $12. Call WH. 4-0117. BASSINETTE with removable stana on rollers. $5: infant scat, $2 like new. WH. 3-0599. HOODED bassinette: Welsh Boddie buggy WH. 4-1402. 2 Tires, 17568 Lake Shore, IV. 6-4500._________________ MIND READER YOU will have a cool summer, that is if we install an auto air con ditioner in your car. Sales and service. Lakeview Auto Radiator, 1787 Lakeview Rd., at Euclid ave., East Cleveland. CE. 1-1165. PHOTOGRAPHIC equipment, cam eras. dryer, dark room equipment, first 6125 takes all. PO. 1-8276. CRAFTSMAN riding lawn mower Gravely mower with attachments, both practically new. WH. 2-0293. CRIBS, complete, $io each buggy' $5 high chair $3 car bed, $1. car seat. $1 toidy chair, $1 toidy seat 75 cents sterilizer, bottles. $2 diaper pail, $1.50 coat. hat. size 3, $2, KE. 1-9237 after 5 p. m. MAPLE Kroll baby bed and mat tress, like new, $25. IV. 6-0463 after 5 p. m. CRIB, blond chifferobe, junior bed chest, rocking horse, expansion gate, double maple bed. EN. 1-7447. WELSH deluxe boodle buggy, like new. KE. 1-2552. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS WILLIAMS Music Shop. 887 East 222nd st RE. 2-8666 NEW and used accordions at whole sale prices. IV 1-7541 ____ LESSONS, accordion and piano ac cordions loaned and sold William Sneller, 291 East 218th st RE 1-1179_________________ IMPORTED guitar and 50 watt am plifier. $275. IV. 6-4513. PIANOS Kimball ccnsolette, good condition, must sell. UL. 1-5317 PARTY WANTS PIANO Won't Hesitate, Will Pay Ca»h Also Will Buy Oriental Rug SU. 1-7273 ACCORDION, 120 bass, Italian make, like new priced for quick sale KE. 1-0786. BLOND Everett spinet piano. 7 yean old, S500, RE. 1-2187._____ TROMBONE, case and music, $65. _Call TV 1-6624. PIANO, Dreher Brother* baby grand, drak mahogany $190 beau tiful tone. AN. 1-0377. FOR SALE—PETS & N Pet Shop. 824 East 186th st. across from LaSalle Theatre pets and supplies, top quality, pneed right, clean, odor free plenty of room to browse parking lot tn rear hours 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. phone IV. 1-1945. MOTHER’S Day special a gift that lasts, baby parakeets, qualitv stock, ready for training. EV. 1-4913._________________ DACHSHUND, red, AKC registered. stud service available. RE. 1-6858 for information._______________ TWO female beagles, AKC. 2 years, 1 year, 1 field broken, $20, $15. IV. 6-4554. DACHSHUND black and tan, pa pers, 9 months old, best offer. IV. 1-6755._____________ GERMAN shepherd, female. 6 months, AKC, $40. IV. 1-1969. SIAMESE Seal Point kittens, 6 weeks old. $15. LI. 1-5108.____ MOTHER cat and kittens, free to good home. UL. 1-1484. GERMAN shephard, with papers $30 female. 6 months old. TV. 6-5261.________________ RABBITS New Zealand white. Chhv chilla and checkered giants, all ages. GL. 1-8329.______________ BEAU T1 FULLY marked white brown mixed Cocker Spaniel pup pies, 12 weeks, wormed, S2-S3. MU. 1-6720. SCOTTY pup, AKC, 2«i months female, silver and brindle, $75. WH. 3-0060. CHIHUAHUAS, AKC registered. ISO' IV. 6-3874. after 6 p. m. POODLE. 4 months old, brown, male, must sell. $45. KE. 1-8799. PRETTY kittens, free to good home*. 844 East 237th st. RE. 1-8141. WANTED TO BUY ALL wool 9x12 rugs or larger, also carpeting in rug form, for apart rnents FA. 1-9357. WANTED refrigerators that are working OK or in a repairable condition. GL. 1-2410. ANTIQUES wanted, highest prices paid for old dolls, coins, furniture, banks, music boxes, and other types of antiques. WH. 3-5444. VETERAN buys paper, rags, iron. lead copper, furnaces, rinks, bathtubs, toilets ER 1-9582 ER. 1-4354. ER 1-1068. JACK pays more for salvage, junk, furnaces, toilet sets, copper, brass lead: we buy al) kinds of tools: we pick up anywhere FA. 1-5223____________ WANTED: carpeting, rugs, all size*, typewriter, diamond ring, minx stole: from private party onlv PO 1-8400 PARTY WANTS PIANO MOVE now, won't hesitate I ll oav cash. SU. 1-7273. I ANTIQUES WANTED HIGHEST PRICES PAID For Old Doll*, Coins, Haviland China, Marble Top Furniture, and All Object* of Art Specializing in Cut Gia**, Etc GL 1-0724 WANTED, reel type lawn mower, good condition, used reasonable. WH. 4-3696. “REO” rotary mower, must bk self propelled model TKS-21 used, any condition. Send details to W. j. Bray. 195 Wilson Mills, Chester land, Ohio, TWIN size buggy. Call WH, 3-0144. WANTED: furniture for needy fam ily. will pick-up free. UL. 1-1085. PRIVATE party wants good used car, will spend up to $500. MU. 1-9201 after m. IV. 6-0508 before 2 p. 8 6 p. m. BUY-sell-trade television set*, com binations, consoles, table model*, evenings UL. 1-2085. 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 OB ALTERATIONS AFTER P. 36. WUE8DAY.