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BABY NEEDS
CRIB set. Storklir.e. yellow cost
$189. good condition,
Mentor.
BABY
play pen with
’ail feathers missing reward.
RE. 1-4345._______________
CAT\ 8 months'
female
black tabby, week ago. in vicinity
Brunswick rd., reward.
GL. 1-1164___________ _______
LIGHT brown wallet, contents des
perately needed, vicinity
SPECIAL NOTICE
YOGA exercises. Call PR- 1-3200,
extension 634 ____
CONGRATULATIONS to Victoria
Jasinski for her straight A report
card have fun seeing the Cleve
land Indian games!__________
FOR SALE—BOATS
1957 CHRIS Cratt, 19 ft.. 81 800 or
best Offer. WH. 2-1259. BE. 2-8750
12 FOOT boat, fiberglass bottom.
trailer. KE. 1-7341
CENTURY, 15 ft., 22 hp. Johns.
$150. rV. 1-4169.
FIBERGLASS boat. 17 ft.. 50 h.p.
Johnson motor Mastercraft tilt
trailer:
2
sets skis .etc. $1,600.
RE. 2-7318._______________
WOLVERINE. 16 ft.. 14 h.p. Evm
rude trailer, oars, life preservers,
etc.: sacrifice. $325. IV. 6-1069.
THOMPSON, 14 ft.. 7a h.p. motor,
trailer: reasonable. IV. 1-2216.
~14-F*f.
aluminum boat,
WH. 3-5258.______________
12-FT. plywood runabout boat and
oars: may be carried on car top,
$60. WH. 3-3418
S'a P. Evinrude. rugged, depend
able fme tor trolling, $20.
GL. 1-1275.____________________
CHRIS Craft 14 it., 3 years old. lee
Nee trailer, boat cover, reinforced
fiberglass bottom, divided deck,
spot light, running lights. 4 life
preservers, Evinrude 15 h.p.. 3
vears old: everytning r. good
snape. Call WH 4-3235 after
o. m.
Nee
trailer, many more
accessories. $1,200. 4Q7 East 123rd.
I960 16 FOOT Custom Avalon Deluxe
Glaspar boat. 60 h.p. engine, make
©’ter, must be sold to settle
estate. 761-3540 all d-y. WH. 6-0463
after 4 n. m.________________
SACRIFICE: 16 foot Crosby. 70 h.p.
Mercury electric, both 1959. trailer.Irhi Gai
soeedometer and tach. skis. .i«ck-|jprtr u -,
ets, anchor, battery and cover all!
good condition, must sell this nziov
week, best reasonable offer.
AN. 1-0786 or see at 1535 Babbitt
fit’NABOUT. 14 ft., complete ac
cessories, trailer, I960. 25 h.p..
electric start. 37839 Lake Shore
b.vd WH. 2-7895.
ARISTO Craft. 13 ft. speed boat. 18
p. Mercury’ outboard, trailer and
reouired Coast Guard eo.uipment.
$495. WH. 2-4670 after
6
p. m.
LYMAN. 18 too’. 60 .in. Chris-Craft,
reasonable. 20980 Ball ave.. in Er
e hri.
FI SHERMAN. 14 “Wc1venr.e~l0■
i-.n. Evinrude. trailer, accessories.
$275 KF !-l’-,2 a‘te- 5.30 p. n
TRAILERS
!9$8 KROPS mobile trailer. 35x3 1
bed. uir full bath, front kitenen.
■j.-tom built, excellent condition
'2300. 18306 Marcella rd.
42 FT. S".oker trailer, large awning
nd_m: riruc:. $1,295. CL. 2-5281.
MOBILE home. 1957,
8
ft. by 36 ft..
A-l condition, many extras: on
-.’tractive lot.
$1995 WH
Campus News
asking $50.
BL. 5-2150.
pad. $10
bathinete. $10.
WH. 4-0622
LOST
TRANSISTOR tadio. brown
of Man­
ners. Euclid ave. Call
GL. 1-1092. PO. 1-4537._________
BEAGLE hound, male, black, white
and brown, identification tag and
license vicinity of Strathmore
and Elderwood. UL. 1-0583
RUMMAGE SALE
THRIFT shop lowest prices, clothes
miscellaneous of all kinds. 14418
St. Ciair. _______
RUMMAGE sale. 5c and up used
clo’hing. bassinet, toys, e.c. pri
vate home. AN. 1-2847.
RUMMAGE sale at 653 East 152nd.
Friday and Saturday, 10 a. m. to
8 p. m. __
16328 ST Clair, Friday, Saturday,
11 to 5 p. m.__________
2-7946.
:'ter 6 n_ x"____________________
LATE 1955 Nashua.
35x8: 2
!95" LAMBRETTA motor scooter
3. rj nrdiuon RE 1 -4703._____
SCHWINN Jaguar, boys'
KE
26 inch
«7j needs repair,
$15.
rr 2-Rii?
IRL'S’
inch English
condition, S20:
^o 24 meh Schumn. $5.
rv. 1-0289.
ROAD? STEW !fi meh bike, boy’s
g:ry-. sis 1333 Granting rd..
'TSTERN f’7 er HartOR racer, both
28 men reasonable. 15219 Utopia.
r.ch Murray Mercury
excellent condition.
two boy=’ b.c.\ clest 26 inch English
2 sneert race-, new
tires, extra
1-ont wheel ?23: 24 inch
bicycle, fube’ess
tires, chrome
^nde-^ $5. RE 1-4211.______
GIRINS’ 24-in Murray bicvcle good
condition. $10. UL. 1-6318
CT.ASSHJED ADVERTISING
MtV BF PHONED IN TO OCR
oFHft UNTIL 8 O'CLOCK
TUESDAY EVENING. $1.00 MIN
IMI HARGE CASH W ITH
ADVERTISEMENT. 75e MINI
MI. M. KO CANCELLATIONS
OR ALTERATIONS AFTER S
TUESDAY
PAINESVILLE
SPEEDWAY
STOCK CAR RACES
Thrills
Chilli
Action
Spills
TWO-FOR-ONE
Sunday, Juno 25th
HARDTOPS CONVERTIBLES
TT 7:15 RACES 8.15
RT 535 OFF RT. 20
Departmental honors, prizes
and elections to Phi Beta Kappa
were announced at the recent
91st commencement exercises at
the College of Wooster.
Among graduates receiving
honors was Carolyn Jeffery,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Jeffery, 1865 Nela ave.
She received departmental hon
ors in history. She is a
case
Shore Club beach small reward.
WH. 6-2979.____________ __
PET crow lost in vicinity of East
25uth and Lakeland, on
June ISth,
graduate of Shaw High School.
brown
Betty Chakvary made the
Dean’s List at Ohio University,
where she will be a sophomore
in the fall.
Miss Chakvary is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Chak
vary, 13619 Fourth ave.. and a
June 1960 graduate of Shaw
High School.
The following were graduated
at Baldwin-Wallace College’s
111th Commencement exercises
Sunday, June 11th.
Michael Charles Brophy. 1823
Roxford, received a Bachelor of
Arts degree.
Dorothy A. Opalich.
Chardon
elor of
degree.
25 h.p. elec­
tric start engine. A-l shape
cushions, life jackets, skiis. trail
er, $650. HI. 2-4154
18-FT. Lyman Islander. Gray Ma
rine inboard, no cover: trailer
must sell. $1,075. VTI 3-5765.
8-FT"
hydroplane and steering
wheel, good condition, cheap.
6
THOMPSON 16 ft., convertible top
and full length cover. 35 h.p.
Evinrude motor with electric start
ing, Tee
rd.. received a
Science in Education
Richard Woehrmann,
James
13604 Clairborne, is expected
to complete his graduation re
quirements in the summer and
become a candidate for the
Bachelor of Music degree.
Miss Joan Dillen. 16118 Nela
view rd., is home for summer
vacation until she returns to
Ohio University for sophomore
studies in the fall.
She became active with Kappa
Phi Methodist Service Sorority
at the University made the
Dean's List, and is majoring in
speech and hearing therapy.
Joan is a June I960 graduate
of Shaw High School.
Among post graduates who
received advanced degrees at
Case Institute of Technology
Commencement were Ambrose
Klain, 13210 Forest Hill ave.,
Master of Science in Civil En
gineering, and Richard W. Hein.
1859 Burnette ave., Doctor of
Philosophy in Chemistry.
to Harold
Bail
bed-
i-ooms very clear., good cor.di
.on on lot reasonable,
V.Tf 4-0284
FOR SALE-BICYCLES
Jail?
MOST MOTORISTS dreaa
the very thought of being
hailed before a Justice of the
Peace, Judge or Mayor’s
Court for a traffic offense.
Most drive carefully so as to
avoid breaking traffic law*.
BUT ARREST can happen to
the moat cautious motorist...
and that's when Membership
in the Cleveland Automobile
Club of the AAA is a mam
moth asset
Western
Flyer’ $15: both in good oondi
’ion. 1369 Fast 170th. KE. 1-4633.
WESTFRN Fiver.
26
inch English
INCLUDED among the bene
fits of Membership is a 8200
Guaranteed Arrest Bond Cer
tificate which officers in Ohio
must by law accept. Most
other states accept them too
There’s also a 85.000 Bond
Certificate likewise s
part of the Membership Card
which enables a Member
to secure quick bond in more
serious cases.
For Motoring Peace of Mind—
JOIN Today
The Cleveland
Automobile Club
MO5 UcW Ave. 6434PMd Rd.
TOwer 1-4800
Serving Moiorieto For Year*
ences, Robert Arthur Beukman,
1358 Elwood rd. Marilyn M.
Donim, 1162 Hayden ave.
School of Business Adminis
tration: William C. Collier, 13825
Fern wood ave. Nancy M. Hum
phrey, 1045 Carlyon rd. An
thony J. Ramacciatti, 1770 Coit
ave.
School of Engineering: Ulises
F. Ballesteros. 13910 Woodworth
ave.: George W. Davidson. 1724
Page ave. Marlin Don Minich,
1620 Holyoke ave. Stuart A,
Martin, 14114 Mayfair ave.
Russell Frederick Neff (cum
laude, Outstanding Senior. Ex
tra Curricular Activities
Award). 1721 Shaw ave. Tyler
H. Owen, jr.. 1769 Hayden ave.
Edward G. Andrews,1730 North
field ave. David G. Shields (cum
laude). 15401 Plymouth pl.
1957
Receiving diplomas at com
mencement exercises last Friday
at Ohio State University were
William C. Earley, doctor of
medicine Martin Gottlieb, bach
elor of arts Edward C. Miller,
doctor of dental surgery and Al
bert I.. Waldman, bachelor of
science.
1840
Nancy J. Eckerman,
Glenridge rd., received a
elor of Arts degree.
David H. Stoker, son of Mr.
and Mrs. H. W. Stoker, 15822
Bach-
25608
Bach-
Rheumatism-Sciatica
Arthritis-Neuritis
Relief from those torturing pains
or no charge. Only one trip re
quired. Disabled persons may
send a friend. 45 South Mt.
Vernon Ave. 500 ft. off Rt. 40.
Uniontown. Pa. Office hours:
Daily 10—6. Sunday 10—4. Per
manently located.
A PROVEN HERB REMEDY
FOR THE PAST 17 YEARS.
FRIDAY JUNE 23d
DAVE POWELL
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
its
Rutgers Unhersity.
195th anniversary commence
ment, awarded the degree of
Bachelor of Science in Mechan
ical Engineering
Klug. jr. A Shaw High School
graduate of 1956, Harold was
listed as a member of Tau Beta
Pi. Pi Tau Sigma and Pi Mu
Epsilon national honorary fra
ternities in engineering, mechanT
ical engineering and mathem
atics respectively. His social
fraternity membership was with
Phi Gamma Delta. As a stu
achievements included
the Dean’s List and Co-Captain
of the varsity baseball team. He
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Har
old H. Klug. 939 Greyton rd.
AAA
2
or
3 MYSTl
Oakhill rd., received a bachelor
of arts degree at commencement
exercises' Monday at Denison
University. He is a 1957 Shaw
High graduate.
Stoker, who majored in per
sonnel administration in the
psychology department, is a
member of Sigma Chi fraternity.
Since his marriage to Joan Wor
mick, two years ago, the couple
has been living in Granville.
Receiving a degree in biology,
from Hiram College was Dennis
Osborn, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Edgar T. Osborn, 1846 Allen
dale ave.
Receiving degrees at West
ern Reserve University on
Wednesday were the following
local residents.
Master of Arts: (School of
Arts and Sciences) Robert A.
iBruening, 13617 Milan ave.
Daniel M. Holmgren, 2046
Taylor rd. Mildred A. Jenkins,
1756 Fay ave. Henry J. Maj
dicki, 1868 Page ave. Raymond
O. Nardquist, 942 Caledonia
ave.
Master of Business Admini
stration: Jack W. Knudsau,
1750 East 133rd st.
Master of Science: Mary L.
Andersau, 15986 Nelacrest rd.
Doctor of Dental Surgery:
(School of Dentistry) Ralph J.
Cooper, 1884 Farmington rd.
Carmen A. Raniona, 1731
Holyoke ave. Michael A. Tel
son. 16020 Nelacrest rd.
Master of Science in Library
Science: (School of Library
Science) Ute W. Bestehom,
1869 Alvason rd. Margaret
Joan Corkker, 1712 East 133rd
st. Sylvia P. Drake, 13311 2nd
ave. Ronald L. Weiher, 1853
Alvason rd.
Master of Science: (School
of Applied Social Science) John
SHIBLEY S SAHARA LOUNGE
AIR CONDITIONED
Route 6 (Chardon Rd., West of SOM Center) Route 91
FINE FOOD. DRINKS and SERVICE—Always In The Sahara Room
Dancing Every Fri. and Sat.
SATURDAY, JUNE 24th
JOHNNY PECON, LOU TREBAR
AND THE TV ORCHESTRA
3rd ANNUAL SHISH-KE-BAB NITE
MONDAY, JULY 3rd 5 P.M. TIL 11:30 P.M
$2 50 PER PERSON Also Dancing with Al Tarcek 10 P.M. til 2 A M.
Get Your Tickets Now Call WH. 4-3320
PASS UNDER 21 BRIDGES TWO HOUR
SIGHTSEEING RIVER TOUR
ON THE 90-PASSENGER
CAROL DIANE
LEAVES DAILY FROM E. 9th ST. PIER
10 00 A M. o 12:30 P.M 2:30 P.M. o 5:00 P.M. o 7.00 P.M.
Adults $1.75 Children Under 14 Years, ,75c
Children Under 6 Years—FREE
13810 ORINOCO
MOONLIGHT LAKE CRUISES
For Private Group*—9:00 P.M. Till??
(Watch For The Carol Diane On The Rt. 66, TV Show
For Informotion Coll SAM PR. 1-0450 PR. 1-0460
Robert Caccia, 1644 Carlyon
I
WHEN
A
Local residents who received
degrees from Fenn College at its
commencement exercises June
11th are: School of Arts and Sei-
Yw°euReEthere
WITH
John Bennett 14523 Savannah
MU. 1-7800
e PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICE
e 24 HOURS A DAY
e SPARKLING NEW EQUIP.
Fully Insured Oxygen Eauipaed
ULANCE
FISHING AND HUNTING EQUIPMENT
AT SENSATIONAL SAVINGS!
WE'RE QUITTING THE
SPORTING GOODS BUSINESS
MACS SPORTING GOODS
15706 Waterloo Rd. IV. 1-1355
EUCLID AVENUE
OUTDOOR THEATRE
EOCLIIY AVENUE AT BISHOP ROAD
WICKLIFFE
I FIRST CLEVELAND SHOWING
Thurs,, June 22nd thru Tues., June
TH* MOST WONDROUS WONDERS EVER
TO EXCITE AND DELIGHT THE SCREEN!
& I
JOSEPH E.
1 LEVINE
presentation a
Added for Friday-Saturday Only June 23-24
CATTLE EMPIRE
Show Starts At Dusk
2-Way Radio
SERVICE
AVE. EAST CLEVELAND
SELLING OUT!
ENTIRE STOCK OF
27th
EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
C. Cowles, 1817 Windermere
ave. Jay W. Hanks, 1870 Idle
wood ave. Karlyn J. Hanks,
1870 Idlewood ave. Helen
Rendlesham, 14600 Terrace rd.
Bachelor of Laws: (School of
Law) Thomas A. Parlotte, 3404
First ave. Roland E. Remley,
III, 16000 Oakhill dr.
Bachelor of Arts: (Adelbert
College) Clifford F. Beutell,
1875 Taylor rd. Cesare D.
Fazio, 1730 Bryn Mawr rd.
Charles H. Goldstein, 1721
Chapman ave.
Bachelor »f Business Admin
istration: Thomas E. Kunes,
2453 Terrace rd.
Bachelor of Arts: (Flora
Stone Mather) Frederica S.
Boice, 1716 Wymore ave.
Dianne A. Brescia, 1263 Coit
ave. Janice Rose Rick, 1868
Rosalind ave. Gretchen E. Ter
hune, 1820 Page ave.
Bachelor of Science: Dolores
Chrisman, 1820 Hayden ave.
Doretta Current, 13127 Euclid
ave. Elaine V. Hooper, 14740
Euclid ave.
Bachelor of Arts: (Cleveland
College) Gail Cain Krielow,
16101 Alder ave.
Bachelor of Science: Cleve
land College) Alizabeth Larson
Warman, 14001 Alder ave.
Bachelor of Business Admin
istration: (Cleveland College)
Phillip Stillings, 1258 East
134th st. Richard E. Tarbell,
1475 East 135th st.
Cadet Staff Sergeant William
Harold Olson has completed his
second year at the United States
Air Force Academy, Colorado
Springs, Colorado.
From June 8th to July 2nd,
with those cadets who have been
studying Russian at the Acade
my, he will be in Europe for a
field trip, at air bases in Eng
land, Norway, Denmark, Ger
many. and France.
He will have two weeks of
leave in France, Austria and
Switzerland with three of his
classmates before they return
July 15th to Colorado to as
sume their responsibilities in
training incoming cadets. They
will begin their academic stud
ies for the fall term Aug. 20th.
Bill was on the Superintend
ent’s Merit List his first term
and since then has. been on the
Dean’s List each semester. Par
ticipating in the enrichment
Special Flock
Ohio Raised
Northern
HOME GROWN
Fresh—Live lb.
SPRINGERS ZVC
DELICIOUS FRIED, ROASTED,
"SEE AND TASTE THE
program, through validation ex
ams and elective courses, he is
working for a major in Public
Policy in addition, to the 187
hours required of each cadet for
graduation at the end of four
years.
Seventy five per cent of the
cadets enrolled at the Academy
are taking advantage of this en
richment program offered there.
Bill, a 1959 Shaw graduate, is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. William
Henry Olson, 891 Caledonia ave.
Arthur L. Hanna, jr., 13705
Sixth ave., East Cleveland, re
ceived his Bachelor of Science
degree in Metallurgical Engi
neers from Case Institute of
Technology at the school's 85th
Commencement recently.
Eastern Star
Holds Picnic
The annual Eastern Star Pic
nic of District No. 3 will be on
June 27th at Euclid Beach Park.
All members, their families
and friends are asked to register
at the I.og Cabin and then to
participate in the games
rides.
AAETDA
TO GO OUT
FISH
HEN TURKEYS, 14 TO 16 LBS.-ALSO 29c LB.
PHONE US FOR FREEZER PACKAGING,
FOR PICK-UP ORDERS, FOR DELIVERY.
EUCLID-COLLINWOOD
POULTRY MARKETS
349 EAST 185th ST. 14801 SARANAC RD.
KE. 1-8187 MU. 1-2041
FOR
REPAIR
call
Free Playground For The Kiddies GL. 1-05*0
13914-18 St. Clair Ave.
DINNER
Delicious
Blue Pike
Our
85c
Fresh
De!ietou»
With Our
Cole Slaw
and Golden
Brown
French Fries
Call UL 1-3626
OR ENJOY FINE FOODS SERVED IN OUR OPEN KNICHEN
CHESTER'S »T
And Youi Older
Wil) Be Waiting
BAR-B-Q, ETC.
DIFFERENCE"
MINIMUM of three or more
SERVICE
and
OF RADIOS, TV’s, STEREOS,
RECORD PLAYERS & HI-FI’s
GL. 1-0550
39 YEARS EXPERIENCE
WE ALSO REPAIR ALL MAKES
OF ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
LARGE OR SMALL
Expert Service Call $4.00
snow
APPLIANCE CO. Sales & Service
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
Notice is hereby given that
the budget of the Board of
Education of the East Cleve
land City School District for
the fiscal year 1962 is on file
for inspection by the public at
the office of the Board of Edu
cation, Shaw Technical Build
ing, 1849 Shaw Avenue, East
Cleveland and that a public
hearing will be held thereon at
8:00 P.M. on July 10, 1961 at
the office of the Board of Edu
cation of the East Cleveland
City School District.
Published: June 22, 1961.
RESOLUTION ESTIMATING
AMOUNT OF INACTIVE
MONEYS, AND DATE OF
MEETING FOR DESIGNA
TION OF DEPOSITORIES
BE IT RESOLVED, by the
Board of Education of the East
Cleveland City school district,
Cuyahoga County, Ohio, that on
estimate duly made, moneys of
said school district aggregat
ing a maximum amount of
$950,000 shall be awarded as
inactive deposits.
BE IT RESOLVED, that the
active and inactive moneys of
said school district shall be
deposited in a bank
as provided by law
further
and
41st Picnic
the
The 75th anniversary of
Protected Home Circle will be
celebrated in Cleveland starting
with the 41st annual picnic at
Euclid Beach Park, Saturday,
June 24th. Headquarters will be
in the Log Cabin and Harry E.
Goodwin, 20730 Miller ave. is
the general chairman.
The national convention, with
many special events scheduled,
will be held at the Pick-Carter
Hotel, June 25th, 26th and 27th
and 28th.
CALL
For Free Informdtion On
HOUSE SIDING
ALUMINUM DOORS
ALUMINUM AWNINGS
ALUMINUM WINDOWS
PATIOS AND
CARPORTS
ALUMINUM
Mt I KO
PRODUCTS
14514 St. Clair Ave.
POOL & CABANA CLUB
KEEP YOUR FAMILY COOL AND HAPPY
MEMBERSHIP FOR MOM, DAD
44
AND KIDDIES ....
V ■eUaUU
Lake Shore Country Club!
Lake Store BK4. at Eddy Read
mi
RESOLVED that bids be re
•eived until 12:00 Noon on the
5th day of July 1961, and that
notice
school
banks
riven
vided ...
Education reserves the right to
reject any or all bids and be
it further
8
to all banks in said
district and such other
as may be necessary be
by publication as pro
by law. Said Board of
RESOLVED, that said board
education shall meet at its
regular meeting place upon the
10th day of July 1961 at 8:00
o. m. for designation of deposi-’
tories. i
Published by order of the
East Cleveland Board of Edu
cation.
up
tto Lake, Tel. Liberty 1-4400
RUTH N. MORIN,
Clerk-Treasurer
Published: June 22, 29. 1961
'Firestone
MUFFLERS
^^88
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Quieter, stronger, built
to last longer. Made ex
actly for your car.
o
Precision adjust
brakes and add
brake fluid if
necessary.
e
Scientifically align
front end.
Precision balance
both front wheels.
ALL THIS
WORK
FOR ONLY
895
U
any
AMERICAN
MADE CAR
241
PAYDAY TERMS I
ELLIS & LESSER
EUCLID-GREEN, INC.
18325 Euclid Ave.
$
15104-08 Euclid Ave.
Vr jniflG
or banks
and be it
the bank
RESOLVED that
or banks in said school district
offering the highest rate of
interest per annum on inactive
deposits be made the depository
or depositories of such funds
of said school district for a.
period of two years from the1
23rd day of August 1961. If,
however, no bank in said school
district bids a satisfactory rate
of interest per annum on said
inactive deposits, then the bank
or banks conveniently located
outside of said school district,
bidding the highest rate of
interest per annum on inactive
deposits, shall be made the
depository of such funds of said
school district interest on in
active deposits to be paid
quarterly and computed from
the date of deposit and be it
further 1
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Banquet
Weddings
Parties
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9 A.M.-6 P.M.
Euclid-Green
Shopping Center
Our Food and
Service, Being the
Best, Are Famous
THIS NEW PROCESS SEALS CARS
AND WILL NEVER CRACK, CHIP
East 144th St. and St. Clair Ave.
Thursday, June 22, 1981
Schwinn Bicycles
eqe ne
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IV. 1*4828 589 East 185th St. MU. 1-3024
STUDIO OF CHAMPIONS'
ACCORDION, GUITAR and NANO LESSONS
10 WEEK TRIAl COURSE. Our Professional Instructors are all
College Trained. Weekly Band Training.
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During Re-Modeling
OPEN 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M.
Daily and Sunday
BRIDGE TAVERN
694 E. 152nd St. LI. 1-8223
MOW FSJLTURING
DANCE MUSIC
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS
with MICKEY FLIS and His Combo
Always A Fino Selection of American Italian Foods
SERVING TILL 10 P.M. FRI. & SAT. NIGHT
PARKING IN REAR
Before You Decide Where To Hove Your Wedding Reception See
plantation
wen 5
15357
Euclid Avt.
GL. 1-2364
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Ii
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Wheels, Tires Tubes, all Types and Sizes
Bicycles and Tricycles Repaired
Wheels Straightened Repaired
Retired Welding
OPEN A.M. to P.M.
ART’S BICYCLE STORE
Glenville 1-4495
EVERY ROOM IN OUR STUDIO
individually air conditioned
East 18Sth and Nottingham Rd.
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Anniversaries
Birthdays
Business
Meetings
Pleasant
Atmosphere
Wedding Recervo-
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Well In Advance
pavings and Loan Associatioa
333 Euclid Avenue and five other convenient offices
Member Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation
SIX 12-01. BOTTLES of PEPSI
With Purchase of 10 or More
GALLONS OF GAS —Up To July 15th
NEW MIRACLE UNDERCOATING
FOR NEW or USED CARS
WILL OUT LAST ALL OTHER UNDERCOATS
$50
Rog. Price $15,951 Special Introductory Offer!
AIR-TIGHT
OR PEAL
15th
OFFER GOOD UNTIL JULY
BILL'S ASHLAND STATION
$1095
Open 5:30 AM to 10:00 PM

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