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Minister Wm. Wilber Trinity Annual Out-of-Doors Day Is Sunday The annual Church Day in the Out-of-Doors for Trinity Evangelical United Brethren Church is scheduled for next Sunday. According to Pastor Neal C. Lund, this day will provide, as in the past, inspiration, fun and fellowship. “We have rented Camp On T.ofte near Peninsula, Ohio, for a Youth Fellowship tomorrow (Friday) and Saturday also, he said. f. GLENVILLE METHODIST 12651 St Clair Av* Charier Frederick Jonee, D.D. 30 A.M.—Church School for Children 9:30 A.M.—Morning Worship THE MODERN SAINT" Wed 7:30 P.M.—Bible Study Hour Leader, Dr Jones First Church of The Nazarene Hayden Ave. at A.M A.M PM Sunday School .. 9:45 Sunday Sermon 10:45 Sunday Evening 7:30 St. James Lutheran Church Bnitsd Lutheran Church in Akm*cice 1424 Hayden Avenue REV. ALFRED R. BUEHNER t:30 AM.—CHURCH SCHOOL 9:30 A.M—WORSHIP SERVICE Everyone Welcome SIXTH UNITED i Presbyterias Church I HAYDEN and CASTALIA AVE R««. Arthur Copeland, Pastor SUMMER SCHEDULE 1.30 A.M.—Sunday School I 10:15 A.M.—Morning Worship Service I 10:15 A-M.—Nursery HAYDEN AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH iCemar of Haydon and Second) Eat* Cleveland BUNDAY SCHOOL—9:46 A.M. Nursery Care for All Services EVENING SERVICES 7:00 M. WED.—PRAYER MEETING 7:30 P.M. Preaching Christ, Cruc.fiad, Risen—Coming Again *|V DONALD ». WOODBY. Pottor St. Paul’s Episcopal Church 13837 EUCLID AVENUE East Cleveland. Ohio Re*. Canon laurence H. Had, Rector the Re A.M.—Holy Comm union BOO 10.00 A.M—Morning Prayer and Sermon. Church School, 3 Years through -3m Grade. Windermere Methodist Church I4O3& Euclid Ave at Halyok* REV WILLIAM C. SNOWBALL Minister Church School, 9:30 A.M. Morning Worship DUPLICATE SERVICES 9:30 A.M. 10:45 A.M. Sermon Topic 'THE MIRACLE OF RENEWEL' Guest Speaker DP DAVID E. SCOn EVERYONE WELCOME WINDERMERE Presbyterian Church l» participating in Union Services NOW AT OUR CHURCH at the Corner of Euclid and Windermere Avenues at 10:00 A M. REV. ROBERTS F. PETERS Preaching REV. O. C. SAPPENHELD YOUR FAMILY CHURCH Eitablithed 1896 EUCLID at WINDERMERE I The Sunday schedule is Sun day School classes, 10 a. m., Worship Services, 10:45. Pot Luck dinner, 12 noon, games and contests, 1 p. m., and swimming, fellowship, etc., 2 p. m. The church will furnish hot and cold drinks for the pot-luck dinner. The most direct route is to go south on Route 8, turning| right (weri) on tinue on 82 for about three and a half miles, at which point you will come to a rather long bridge crossing the valley, immediately past the bridge turn left (south) onto Riverview Road, which descends into the valley. Con tinue on Riverview for about 4 or 5 miles, and Camp OnLofte will be on the right hand side of the road. ute o. turning|j Route 82. Con-1 REV. CONLER GUEST MINISTER Rev. Paul M. Conley, min ister of the First Presbyterian Church of Seville, O.. will be Ums •Hast preacher at the a. m. worship service next Sunday at the Phillips Avenue United Presbyterian Church. East 125th st. at Phillips ave. Mr. Wilfred Cheetham will be soloist, singing ‘Tn Heaven ly Love Abiding.” Host and hostess for the day will be Mrs. Harold Dunnigan and Mr. Fred Dunnigan. Mt. Olive Lutheran Holds Bible School Mt. Olive Lutheran 1930 Cliffview, invites dren between the ages and 13 to attend the Bible School which opens Monday. Church, all chil of four The Bible School will be held from Monday, Aug. 21st through Friday. Sept. 1st. Hours will be from 9:30 to 11:30 a. m. according to Arthur Beall, pastor. Deaths Lucille Davis Funeral services were con ducted Saturday for Lucille! .. Davis, 13914 Potomac ave. She|Co“4L was the wife of William H., and 1 the sister of Harry B. and mage Frizell. James Simmons Simmons, 1696 East 133rd st. He was the husband of Augusta (deceased), the father of Ethel Dahlquist, Roy (deceased) and Doris (deceased), grandfather and great grandfather. Frank P. Darnley Car Uash indermere Assembly No. 7 Order of the Rainbow for Girls, will have a car wash at Thomp son's Gas Station. Noble and Helmsdale on Saturday, August 26th from 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. Adams Reunion A reunion of the June. 1948 class from John Adams High School is being arranged for Sept. 30th. The reunion will be a dinner-dance at the briar Restaurant, 6301 rd. Green Pearl LEGAL NOTICE ORDINANCE NO. 5336 By: Mr. Fellows AN EMERGENCY OR i DINANCE ACCEPTING AND APPROVING RATES OF COMPENSATION TO BE CHARGED BY THE CITY OF CLEVELAND FOR THE TREATMENT AND DISPOSAL OF SAN ITARY SEWAGE, AND AUTHORIZING AND AP PROVING AN AGREE MENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF CLEVELAND AND THE CITY OF EAST CLEVELAND TREATMENT POSAL OF SEWAGE. WHEREAS, the City of Cleveland has historically ac cepted and received sanitary sewage from the City of East Cleveland and has treated and disposed of the same by means of the sanitary sewage disposal FOR THE AND DIS SANITARY CALVARY LUTHERAN CHURCH 13101 Euclid at lockwood REV ANDREW J. WHITE, Paster 9:30 A.M.—Church School 8:30-10:45—Worship Service* Samoa “HEAR CLEARLY SPEAK PLAINLY" Holy Communioa You Are Welcome system owned and operated by 'the City of Cleveland, and WHEREAS, such services have been rendered by the City of Cleveland pursuant to the terms and conditions of con tracts from time to time en tered into by and between the parties, and WHEREAS, such pre-exist ing contracts have terminated and expired, an action was filed in the Court of Common Pleas of Cuyahoga County as Cause No. 712003 praying for a de cision and order of the Court fixing reasonable rates of com pensation to be charged by Cleveland for the treatment and disposal of sanitary sewage and determining other terms and conditions of a contract to be entered into between Cleveland and East Cleveland for the continuing performance of the treatment and disposal of san Iitary sewage by the City of Cleveland, and WHEREAS, by Journal En try dated May 18, 1961, the Court of Common Pleas of Cuyahoga County did determine such questions, fix rates of compensation, and determine other terms and conditions of such contract, and WHEREAS, the City of Cleveland, by Ordinance Num bers 1340-61 and 1341-61 passed June 26, 1961, approved rates of compensation as determined by the Court of Common Pleas, and is prepared to enter into agreement with the City of East Cleveland in accordance with the provisions of the:.LAND, NOW. THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Commission of the City of East Cleveland, Ohio, four fifths of all members elected thereto concurring. SECTION 1: That the rates of compensation to be charged by the City of Cleveland for the treatment and disposal of sanitary sewage emanating from the City of East Cleve land, as determined by the Journal Entry of the Court of Common Pleas of Cuyahoga mand the other terms and con Iditions of an agreement to be .J’entered into between the City ’of Cleveland and the City of East Cleveland, pursuant to such Journal Entry of the con- Court, be and the same hereby Funeral services were con-,vvuii, uc ducted Wednesday at the C.N. I are accepted and approved. The -Davis Funeral Home for James rf compensation as estab 'lichorl hv the smH Journal 'lisbed by the said Journal Entry of the Court for payment by East Cleveland to the City of Cleveland being as follows: For the period July 1, 1958 to July 1. 1961, Fifty-eight Cents (58e) per thousand cubic feet of water delivered to and charged to East Cleve land by the City of Cleveland. con- Funeral services were ducted Tuesday afternoon for Frank P. Darnley, 14314 Bard well ave. He was the husband of Joan and the father of Jef frey, Verity and Gregory. For the period July 1, 1961 to July 1, 1966, Seventy-nine Cents (79c) per thousand cubic feet of water delivered to and charged to East Cleveland by the City of Cleveland. 2: That the City SECTION Manager of the City of East Cleveland be authorized and directed in its name and on its behalf to enter into and execute a written agreement with the City of Cleveland providing for the treatment and disposal of sani tary sewage by the City of Cleveland in words and figures substantially as follows: “AGREEMENT and he is hereby FOR TREATMENT AND DISPOSAL OF SANITARY SEWAGE BETWEEN THE CITY OF CLEVELAND, OHIO AND THE CITY OF EAST CLEVELAND, OHIO WHEREAS, the City of Cleveland, Ohio, a municipal corporation organized, existing and functioning under and by virtue of the laws of State of Ohio, hereafter ferred to as ‘Cleveland,’ constructed and now owns and operates a sanitary sewage disposal system consisting of treatment and disposal plants and facilities, interceptor sew ers and other sewers and facil ities for the treatment and dis posal of sanitary sewage, and Telis- Please contact Helen chak Miller at A. 6-3364 for reservations. WHEREAS, CLEVELAND has historically made available to various other municipal cor porations and other public bodies in Cuyahoga County, in cluding the CITY OF EAST CLEVELAND, OHIO, hereafter referred to as ‘East Cleveland,’ the use of such sanitary sewage treatment and disposal system owned and operated by Cleve land for the purpose of treat ing and disposing of sanitary sewage emanating from the territory of such other muni cipal corporations or public bodies, including EAST CLEVELAND, by virtue of contracts entered into between the parties providing for such services and establishing the compensation to be paid to Cleveland therefor, and WHEREAS, Cleveland and EAST CLEVELAND are desir ous of continuing such a con tract relationship for the treat ment and disposal by Cleveland of sanitary sewage emanating [from EAST CLEVELAND and the joint use by EAST CLEVE LAND with Cleveland of such of the Cleveland treatment and (disposal facilities and inter- ceptor and other sewers as may be necessary to accomplish such treatment and disposal, and WHEREAS, the Common Pleas Court of Cuyahoga County in Cause No. 712003, by Journal Entry dated May 18, 1961, made a finding as to the terms for rates of compensation to be paid to Cleveland for treatment and disposal of sani tary sewage, together with other terms and conditions of service and usage of such sew age treatment and disposal fa cilities as are set forth or re ferred to by reference in said Journal Entry, and WHEREAS, pursuant to Sec tion 112 of die Charter of the City of Cleveland, the Board of Control of the City of Cleve land by Resolutions Nos. 344-61 and 345-61, passed May 17, 1961, fi.ed the rates of com pensation to be charged by Cleveland for treatment and disposal of sanitary sewage, which rates were approved by the Council of the City of Cleveland by the enactment of Ordinances Nos. 1340-61 and 1341-61, both passed June 26, 1961, and effective 1961 and Entry of the Court iui passed by its Com 'swrer waae Ko. 712(103, and [mission on 1961, WHEREAS, an emergency has approved the findings of exists for the immediate pres ervation of the public peace, property, health and safety by reason of the necessity for con tinuing to have available the facilities of the City of Cleve land for the treatment and dis posal of sanitary sewage ema nating from the City of East Cleveland, and further by reason of the necessity for en tering into contract providing the terms and conditions for the continuing rendition of such services and the payment of compensation therefor in compliance to the order of Common Peas Court of Cuya hoga County in Cause No. 712003. Director of the City of the Cleve- WHEREAS, the Public Utilities of Cleveland operates land facilities for the treatment and disposal of sanitary sewage in accordance with the provi sions of Section 113 of the Charter of the City of Cleve land and WHEREAS, EAST CLEVE by Ordinance No. passed by its Com the Common Pleas Court in Cause No. 712003, and accepted the rate schedule established by action of Cleveland’s Board of Control and approved by its Council. IT IS HEREBY AGREED BY AND BETWEEN CLEVELAND AND EAST CLEVELAND AS FOL LOWS: 1. CLEVELAND shall, for the period prescribed herein, permit the joint use by EAST CLEVELAND of so much of the Cleveland treatment and disposal facilities, including interceptor and other sewers, as shall from time to time be necessary in order to adequate ly treat and dispose of the san itary sewage emanating from the territory of EAST CLEVE LAND. 2. Sanitary sewage trans mitted to Cleveland from EAST CLEVELAND shall be subject to all ordinances, rules and regulations applicable in the City of Cleveland as to the type, nature and strength of sewage or industrial wastes to be delivered to and treated and disposed of by Cleveland. 3. All such sanitary sewage emanating from EAST CLEVE LAND and delivered to the Cleveland sanitary sewage sys tem shall be received by Cleve land and treated and disposed of by Cleveland in the same manner and to the same degree and extent as shall be the case with respect to sanitary sew age originating in Cleveland. 4. Compensation shall be paid monthly to Cleveland for the services to be rendered by vir tue of this contract for the period from July 1, 1961 to July 1. 1966, at the rate of Seventy-nine Cents (79e» per thousand cubic feet of water delivered by Cleveland to and charged to EAST CLEVE LAND under the provisions of any contract for the supply of water by Cleveland to EAST CLEVELAND. Such rate shall be net if paid within fifteen (15) days of date of billing but shall be subject to a penalty of three percentum (3%) on any amount remaining unpaid after such fifteen (15) day period. Entrv If water is supplied to EAST CLEVELAND or its inhabi tants from any source other than by contract with Cleve land, the amount of such water which is converted into sewage and delivered into the sewage system of Cleveland shall be determined by water meter readings. If such water is not measured by a meter then the amount of such w’ater which is converted to sewage and deliv ered into the sewage system of Cleveland shall be determined by an estimate mutually agreed upon by EAST CLEVELAND and the Commissioner of Sew age Disposal of Cleveland. The disposal and treatment of such sewage shall be subject to the same rates, terms, and condi tions as apply to sanitary sew age computed on the basis of water supplied by Cleveland, provided, however, that deduc tion shall be made from the quantity of water so delivered, by Cleveland or from any other source, of the amount, if any. thereof which by the use oi any measuring device approved by Cleveland, or which other wise in the judgement of Cleve land, by its Commissioner of Sewage Disposal, is determined not to have been converted into sewage delivered to the sewer system of Cleveland. 5. The rate of compensation to be charged by Cleveland for the treatment and disposal of sanitary sewage emanating or produced from any property within the City of Cleveland, except tax-supported depart ments of the City of Cleveland, shall be thirty-five cents (350), net, per thousand cubic feet of water converted to sanitary sewage. 6. In determining the rate of compensation to be paid to Cleveland on the basis of p$r thousand cubic feet of water, it has been contemplated that in order to permit Cleveland tq continue to furnish adequate and satisfactory treatment and disposal of sanitary sewage and to have available adequate fa cilities for such purpose, it will be necessary to expend the sum of approximately $19,044,000.00 for new facilities which will constitute an expansion by the re has BAST CLEVELAND LEADER Cleveland of existing facilities, and for replacement or better ment of facilities presently in existence and use. Of this amount it is esti mated that the sum of $6,240,000.00 will be expended for the construction of new fa cilities to expand the presently existing system that approxi mately ninety percent (90%) of such new facilities is neces sary in order to treat and dis pose of sanitary sewage origin ating outside of the City of Cleveland that, therefore, ninety perent (90%) of the cost of such expansion should be charged to suburban users and ten percent (10%) thereof should be charged to Cleveland or Cleveland users. It is also estimated that the sum of $12,804,000.00 will be expended for replacement or betterment of facilities present ly in existence and use that thirty-two percent (32%) of such replacements and better ments is necessary in order to treat and dispose of sanitary sewage originating outside of the City of Cleveland that, therefore, thirty-two percent (32%) of the cost of such re placements and betterments should be charged to suburban users and sixty-eight percent (68%) thereof should be charged to Cleveland or Cleve land users. It is stipulated that by reason of the anticipated cost of ex pansion, replacements and bet terments as set forth in this Item 6, and the percentages of allocation of cost as herein also set forth, there has been included in the compensation rate as set forth in Item 4 of this agreement the amount of Eighteen and Thirty-five Hun dredths Cents (18.35?) as the share of the cost of such ex pansion, replacements and bet terments which should be borne by EAST CLEVELAND. To the end that the rate of compensation to be paid to Cleveland shall reflect the ac tual costs of such expansion, replacements and betterments, and that EAST CLEVELAND shall be required to pay only its proportionate share of so much of the anticipated pro gram of expansion, replace ments and betterments as is ac tually undertaken and per formed by Cleveland, it is agreed that either party to this agreement may. on or after July 1, 1963, demand a renego tiation of the part of the com pensation rate that is reflected by the Eighteen and Thirty-five Hundredths Cents (18.35c) re ferred to in this Item 6 and that, as a result of such resulting negotiation, an adjustment in the compensation rate set forth in Item 4 of this agreement shall be made so that th® re* negotiated rate shall include any increase or decrease in the actual proportionate share of the cost of EAST CLEVE LAND for such expansion, re placements or betterments, ac tually performed or committed by contract as of the date of such renegotiation or which Cleveland has scheduled for construction or contract com mitment prior to July 1, 1966. In achieving the purpose of this Item, ninety percent (90%) of the actual design sewage flow capacity attained by the expansion, replacements, or bet terments which have been fi nanced ninety percent (90%) by suburban users as set forth in Item 6 shall be subtracted from the total estimated sub urban design flow .for 1980 of 73.9 million gallons daily, such resulting figure being the esti mated suburban sew'age flow treated in Cleveland facilities. 8. Nothing in this agreement contained shall impose on Cleveland any obligation for, nor any liability arising from, the operation, construction, re pair, or maintenance of any sewer, sewage treatment or disposal works outside of or within the territorial limits of Cleveland beyond that imposed by law independently hereof. 9. Any sewerage service charges to any plant, property, or institution of the United States of America, or any in strumentality thereof, shall be Charged and billed by Cleveland directly to and against the same. 10. Any malfunctioning, structural failure, lack of main tenance, or other defects in the sewerage system within the scope of this contract which are tributory to the sewerage sys tem of Cleveland shall be rec tified upon notification by the Director of Public Utilities to EAST CLEVELAND. 11. EAST CLEVELAND hav- ing paid compensation to Cleve land for sewage treatment and disposal services in the nature of those contemplated by this agreement during the period from July 1, 1958 to July 1, 1961, at the rate of Thirty-four Cents (34c) per thousand cubic feet of water, and the Court of Common Pleas in Cause No. 712003 having found that the fair rate of compensation, for such period should be Fifty eight Cents (58c) per thousand cubic feet of water, shall pay to Cleveland, on or before Sep tember 1, 1961, the net differ ence between such rate as paid and such rate as determined by the Court. No penalty or in terest on unpaid amounts dur ing the period of July 1, 1958 to July 1, 1961 is to be charged or assessed against EAST CLEVELAND. 12. This contract shall be ef fective between the parties hereto as of July 1, 1961 and shall continue for a period of five years thereafter, termi nating on June 30, 1966. 13. Not later than July 1, 1965 the parties hereto shall commence negotiations for a new contract which shall either extend, modify or replace this agreement with respect to sew er service charges and other re lated agreements, such new contract to be negotiated and become effective on July 1, 1966. It is further agreed that in the event of failure to complete such renegotiation prior to July 1, 1966, the terms and provi sions of this agreement shall continue in full force and effect until a new agreement between the parties has been negoti ated and formalized. IN WITNESS WHEREOF THE PARTIES HAVE CAUSED THIS AGREEMENT TO BE DULY EXECUTED THIS DAY OF ... .. 1961. SECTION 3: That this ordi nance is hereby declared to be an emergency measure neces sary for the immediate preser vation of the public peace, property, health and safety by reason of the necessity for continuing to ahve avail able the facilities of the City of Cleveland for the treat ment and disposal of sani tary sewage emanating from the City of East Cleveland, and further by reason of the neces sity for entering into contract providing the terms and condi tions for the continuing rendi tion of such services and the payment of compensation there for in compliance to the order of Common Pleas Court of Cuy ahoga County in Cause No. 712003, and provided it receives the affirmative vote of four fifths of all members elected to the City Commission, it shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage other wise, it shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest period allowed by law’. PASSED: August 8, 1961 A It is further agreed that the cost of financing such part of the contemplated program of expansion, replacements or bet terments as is actually per formed. and whether repre sented by interest costs, premi ums, debt-loading or coverage, or any other item of similar expense, shall be divided pro rata between Cleveland and suburban users on the basis of the precentage allocations of ninety percent (90%)—ten per cent (10%) and/or thirty-two percent (32%) Sixty-eight percent (68%) as the same may apply to such work actually performed and financed. 7. Where expansions, replace ments or betterments are charged ninety percent (90%) to suburban users outside the City of Cleveland, the amount of such contributions by non Cleveland users shall not be in cluded within the rate base of the City of Cleveland in any future sewerage rate negotia tions, nor shall depreciation be charged by Cleveland against such facilities, so provided, without the consent of such suburban contributors, pro vided, however, that if no de preciation is charged as pro vided herein it shall be the ob ligation of suburban non-Cleve land users to remedy obsoles cence or renew or replace such facilities when such action shall be needed. fs'G. T. APTHORP Clerk of the Commission Published: August 17th, 1961 Free Movie Tickets You can get a pair at com plimentary tickets to the Shaw Hayden Theatre by reading the name* tn ten ad* scattered thru ths paper. you find your name lust dip the ad and taka It to tha Shaw-Hayden Theatre and you'll get two tree tickets. Now thru Saturday. "By Love Possessed." Kiddie Matinee Saturday, Danny Kaye in "On The Double." Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, “On the Double" and "Kongo." Next Wednesday. "The Parent Trap." Check all the ads and maybe you'll find your same. U not this week, bs sure to look nsxt week, good for 20 tickets at ths Shaw Haydsn Theatre. HOUSEHOLD GOODS ANTIQUE clocks for sale, also clock repairing Milla 1346 East 187th st. IV 1-5680.___________ ANTIQUES, farly American, glass, china, bric-a-brac 29427 Walaensa rd., off Rockefeller rd., one light east of Lloyd, south of route 20 and 84 Wickliffe, open daily 12- WH. 3-5444.__________________ GENERAL Electric 17-inch televi sion, blond console cabinet, with doors on wheels, cabinet A-l shape needs picture tube 1210 East 172nd st., off Grovewood. KE. 1-3931,_____________________ MAHOGANY table. 4 chairs book case, hi-fi cabinet, end table. RE. 1-2130,_____________________ DINETTE set. limed oak, drop leaf, hutch, G. E. stove 24 in., Whirl pool washer and dryer, all in good condition, reasonable. PO. 1-4322 after 5:30 p. m. DAVENPORT, very attractive, per fect condition, will give years of wear, saeritice, FA. 1-3239.____ BEDROOM suite, light wood Danish modern style, double dresser, bookcase bed. large chest 2 wool rugs, 9x12 and 3x 6j miscellaneous. IV. 1-1548. TAPPAN deluxe range, $125: floor to ceiling lamp, $10: ashtray stand. $3 complete single bed, $30 late edition encyclopedia with bookcase, $200: G. E. re frigerator, $50. RE. 1-8613. 3-PIECE bedroom set rose colored davenport electric roaster with enclosed cabinet desk and chair miscellaneous, reasonable. GL. 1-4509. after 5 p. m. VALUE VACUUM] SERVICE 677 E. 200th St. KE. 1-1927 Euclid's First And Only Exclusive Vacuum Cleaner Store AUTHORIZED HOOVER SERVICE OPEN DAILY 9 A.M. to 6:30 P.M. FRIDAY 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. Parts and Service On AU Makes New Hoover*—Wholesale TWIN chairs, armless, rose lounge chair, foot stool, French Provin cial love seat, Weiman drum table, floral drapes, lamps, hand some mahogany television cabi net, dresses, 12 some cocktails. YE. 2-4047. HOUSEHOLD GOODS TELEVISIONS 21-INCH, $25 17-inch, $20 recondi tioned, guaranteed, exchange no down payment any television re paired, $9.95 plus parts picture tubes installed. $1.98 plus parts. Western Auto Dealer, 15520 Euclid ave., GL. 1-8411.______________ 3UR Engagement and Wedding Book, the Bride Book, Guest Book. Baby Book, at The SCOOP. 814 East 152nd st.____________ SEWfNG machine. Morse, due- ma tic, attachments, $60. 486-343 Renee Walters LIQUIDATOR Selling Complete Contents of Beachwood Home 2612 LARCHMONT RD. (Between Fairmount and Green Rd., 2 streets North of Fairmont off Ranch Rd.) Fri., Sat., Sun., Aug. 18, 19, 20 Houret 10 to 8 until Sold HO. 9-1313 Baby Grand piano pair of pro vincial chairs, pair of gold pull up chairs, others French Provin cial antique white tables, others tall decorators lamps, others blond contemporary dining room set drop leaf table, 6 chairs, buffet mahogany twin bedroom set, complete mahogany double bedroom set, complete clock wall arrangement,- wall shadow box planter arrangement Czech crystal candle???? Formica kitchen set office desk, swivel chair, steel cabinet, office equip ment power mower garden tools barbecue grill with motor dynascope reflector telescope, extra lenses small electrical ap pliances radios clocks Noritake china, complete for 12: new vacuum cleaner linens, drapes, dishes, pots, pans, card table, boy's Schwinn bicycle: bric-a brac: ful llength highly styled mink coat, cost $5,000: black Persian lamb coat sixes 14 to 16: ladies clothing 14 to 16 men’s 40 to 42 short. Many miscellan eous items. 8-PIECE dining room set, satin wood. pads. 1 leaf, like new electric ironer and other house hold goods. KE. 1-8733. FRIGID AIRE electric stove, 30 in., Kenmore deluxe washer, like new, must sell, rug 10x15 with pad. RA, 1-2395 after 5:30 p. m. BEDROOM set. limed oak. 3-piece, Hollywood twin bed. studio couch, television, limed oak sew ing machine, gas dryer best offer: engagement ring. $35. RE. 1-0366 601 East 247th st. BEAUTIFUL dining room set, table, 5 upholstered chairs, buf fet, light wood. YE. 2-6514.___ 2 CONSOLE televisions, 20 inches, reasonable. $40, $45. UL. 1-2085. DAVENPORT. 2 chairs, excellent condition call after 5 p. m. IV. 6-3256. SLEEP chair and flowered cover, never used, $30. PO. 1-0422 after ®_ p- ni_________:__________ METAL bed. complete, chest of drawers. Firth rug, 9x12, all $20. HI. 2-3950. 2 VORNADO window fans, fit any window, excellent condition: mis cellaneous household items. RE. 1-7525. We’re Moving Blond Dresser, Mirror $35 Remington-Rand Full Size Typewriter, very good .........$35 Riding Mower, 1 yr. old $65 Crib 6 Mattress $10 Green Headboards, Spreads $12 Hand Winch for Boat $20 Small Maple Hutch with Glass Doors $35 Mahogany Leather Top End Tables, Step Style pr. $40 Oak China Cupboard with Leaded Glass Doors, Old But Good for Extra Dishes $8 RE. 1-0249 VACUUM CLEANERS SALE we have a large selection of Electrolux Hoover. General Electric, Premier, Royal, Apex, and many other sweepers tanks, uprights, canisters reconditioned with genuine VVS parts, guar anteed like new these we sold at a fraction of their original price also used “as is” cleaners, as low as $9.95. Value Vacuum 677 East 200th st., KE, 1-1927. DAVENPORT, fair condition, $15. IV. 6-3227._____________________ SIMMONS innerspring davenport and chair, mahogany high-back recker. velour platform rocker: miscellaneous 13706 St. Clair, suite 2.________________________ DAVENPORT and chair, green, $50. IV, 1-7389 DINETTE set, chrome, gray for mica too. 4 chairs, year old, $40. LI. 1-3875. after 6 p. m.. all day Saturday.____________________ TWIN beds, light oak Provincial, White Dove box springs, mat tresses, used 1 month, value $300, i n u st sacrifice. 681-0216. MOVING to Florida 3 room* fur niture best offer, all or part 754 East 230th st. RE. 2-7722. 3-PIECE sectional, reasonable, must sell. MU. 1-8799._____________ DAVENPORT, chair, dining room set, student desk: single bed, complete, vanity dresser. GL. 1-9214. WANTED Furniture & Household Goods Best Cash Prices IV 2-8292 If No Answer Call EV. 2-7116 CARPETING, regular $6 90, now $3 49 yard rugs, 12x20, 12x18, 12x15. 12x12. 9x12, etc. all types 9x12 vinyl rugs, padding discount prices. Empress, 13923 Euclid. GL. 1-8452. MAHOGANY drop leaf extension table. 5 leaves, 4 chairs living room chair. RE. 1-0848.________ 4 WALNUT dinette chairs Bissell earpet sweeper. Call PO. 1-9183 after 7 p. m. RUGS, reproduction orientals, braided, all colors and sizes, very reasonable. Empress, 13923 Eu did. GL. 1-8452.______________ FI.OOR lamp, $3 13 bamboo win dow shades. ,$15 macaroni ma chine with 3 cuttings, $1S. RE. 1-2485. 2-PIECE Provincial living room set, very good condition. RE. 1-3046. _____________ WANTED TELEVISIONS REFRIGERATORS RANGES Highest Priest Paid HE. 1-2828 BREAKFRONT LIKE new. $50 evenings call WH. 4-4632._______ __________ CHROME kitchen set, $19 maple bedroom set, double, $50 sofa, 3 chairs, $75 wringer washer, $20 blond combination television, glass top, $50. 23901 Puritan. AN. 1-0090. KE. 1-0705._____________________ 2 ROUND kitchen sets, white for mica top, brass legs, matching chairs, gray formica top, chrome legs, 4 leather chairs maple twin bedroom set, night stand, dresser, chest. EV. 2-7787,_____________ MOVING, must sell all household furnishings, stove, refrigerator, etc. IV. 1-6447 16112 Parkgrove ave. WANTED TO BUT I Buy Used Furniture Pay Cash Hi. 14)111 er IV. 1-8371 KROEHLER chair, wine color, wool frieze upholstery, $10: oak din ing table, 4 chairs, $30 all good condition. 484 East 125th st., north of St. Clair.____________ STROLLER. $6 play pen, $6 green leather love seat, $40. RE. 2-7948.1 KITCHEN set, blue plastic seats! excellent condition. Roper stove.l andiron screen and logs, Holly-1 wood bed, beautiful white tuftedl leather posturepedic mattress and springs, excellent condition. IV, 1-4172.___________________ LEAVING town, must sell all fur niture carpet, books, archery set, boy’s skates, sizes 2 and 6 miscellaneous priced for fast sale. AN. 1-1030._____________ DINING room set. 8 piece carved oak, $50. MO. 2-1000, extension 211 or 481-6684. MOLLY BUYS PureHura Appliances 4 TV **SttVI«E SU. 1-4888 FEATHER bed. channelled, $1& dresser. Circassian walnut, $25 floor lamps, end tables, miscel laneous moving. MU. 1-4162._ GOLF stuff ladies' set, matched (mostly) McGregors, 9 irons, 2 woods, good bag, balls, tees. $34.50 two left-handed irons. $7.50 bronze putter, $4 driving iron. $4 some woods, $5 each irons. S3 pro bag, very large, soft leather, $12.50 cowhide bag, $8 cloth bags. $3 No. 8 jigger. $4 Colson chain-drive velocipedes (2), girls better 26-in. Shelby, boys' 26-in Schwinn Black Phan tom boys’ 20-in. Roadmaster pedal tractor. 2 coaster wagons. 3 parkcycles. 16-in. scooters toilet, complete. $6 pedestal sink. $6 electric-steam radiator, as is, $4: wheel chair, rent or sell oc tagon side table, maple rolltop desk, maple veneer 5-drawer chest, master chair, black walnut farm nouse drop-leaf table. Em porium. 2 to 6 dally, 1611 Mid land. off 163rd, north of St. Clair. WHY? Look All Over Town For Bargains YOU WILL GET THE BEST DEAL AT Lake Furniture 855 E. 222nd RE. 2-7616 Opposite St Christine's School STAN ERZEN, Owner THE FINEST IN FURNITURE, TV, APPLIANCES AND CARPETING LEAVING state, everything cheap a bargain for someone who wants a French Provincial living room from Holzheimer Decorators. 7 years ago cost over $1,200, now only $200, includes rose brocade, lavishly tufted, down filled sofa, green velvet lounge chair, pair leather top step lamp tables, bookcase-desk credenza, mirrored front 58x36 inches, plate glass mirror 41x31. will sell separate ly also have pair Weiman lamp tables, $35 pair Dunbar leather top drum table, $35 kitchen set. $15: refrigerator and stove, 12 years old, good con dition, $30 each single maple bed, complete, $18 gold and white bed. low dresser and spinet desk, $25 Posturepedic mattress. 3 months old. $30 expandable window fan, $20 all kinds of odds and ends traverse rods, spreads, curtains, blankets, coats, dresses, formals. size 12. cheap everyone wel* come until sold. LI. 1-4851. 16701 Hillsboro rd._________________ REAR screen, $10 water proof car rier. $30. for Rambler wagon mangle, $45: 4 dining room ma hogany chairs. $25 day bed complete, $20 other items at 1152 Haselton. EV. 2-2780._________ ADMIRAL console television, 14 inch. very good condition, nice cabinet, asking $40. EV. 1-4184. WANTED—USED FURNITURE Bedroom sets, living room, kitch en, refrigerators and gas ranges. TOP CASH PRICES. MR. SANDS HE. 1-1888 BENDIX washer, Hotpoint ironer, 4-poster bed, 3 odd dressers, 8 piece dining room set, solid oak. RE. 1-1673.___________________ THOR washer, wringer type. $20 dinette set, 6 chairs, $30. GL. 1:7394._____________________ MOVING out of state G.E. refrig erator, Magic Chef stove, break fast set, blond bedroom set, wall mirror, draperies, lamps, tables, recreation room furniture, lawn mower, 100-ft. hose, extension ladder, picnic table, other miscel laneous 6 year old male dog. part Dalination, well trained. 34275 Chardon rd. KE. 1-0271. BIGELOW carpeting, green, 51 yards Hotpoint stove, double oven, electric, 5 years old. KE. 1*4806._______ ____________ DROPLEAF Duncan Phyfe table with pad, $27.50. KE. 1-0856. WINDOW cornices, gray leather with indirect lighting, upholstered satin surrounds double window, curtains to match, yellow leather, black trim. FA. 1-4036. CASH MONEY PAID FOR FURNITURE, APPLIANCES AND TV Prompt Service Eves SW. 5-3940 or GL. 1-6077 HARD rock maple bed, new mat tress and box springs, $20 bed room set, $35 walnut bed, $10 large Frigidaire, excellent condi tion, $40 pink and gray dinette set, $20 mantle, $8. 681 East 254th.________________________ BEDROOM set. 5-piece walnut, dou ble bed, ladies triple dresser. man's chest. 2 large lamp tablet. White Dove mattre^ and eorings. $250 call after 6 m. 531-0887. SOFA and matching chair. Call HE. 2-0815.__________________ TO close estate, household goods and miscellaneous. 1749 Collamer ave. ___________________ LIVING room set, 3 piece (couch and 2 chairs): 2 end tables and coffee tablg. After p. m. IV. 6-1430. BEDSPREADS, childrens twins, also doubles: bedding white Holly wood double bed, leather twin headboard, drapes, cafe curtains, lor rd. Thunday, August 17, 1981 HOUSEHOLD GOODS HOUSEHOLD GOODS STAUFFER reducing couch auto matic 12 hour vaporizer. WH. 4-0687. DAVENPORT and chair, $20 house jacks television, dinette set, chrome, miscellaneous items. WH. 2-1097,__________________ OAK dining room set, large round table, $10 oil heater, $10. BUNK beds, ladder, two guard rails, solid blond oak, complete. KE. 1-6170. REFRIGERATOR, top freezer. 10 cu. ft., like new, $80 table model television, late model, $35. 261-2708.______________________ HOLLYWOOD twin beds complete, pair, $35 wringer washer, $25 antique dropleaf table, $15 boy's lightweight bike, $10, WH. 4-4379. APEX mangle, good condition. Call IV. 1-0599.____________________ PORTABLE sewing machine, din ing set, seven-piece, reasonable. set Child Craft books. GL. 1-8548 FURNITURE, 3 rooms leaving state air conditioner, wringer washer 15436 Lake Shore blvd. TV. 1-2955.________________ SYLVANIA stereo with AM-FM radio, new, $350, sacrifice. $150 four wrought iron bar stools. PO. 1-2494._______________________ ANTIQUE walnut table, marble top, good condition. RE. 1-2367. FORMICA kitchen set, 48 inch couch, chair, lamps, cocktail table, high chair, Westinghouse electric roaster, bed, sewing ma* chine. FA. 1-1461.____________ MATTRESSES or springs, $8 blond triple dresser bedroom set, $98 stoves, $20 refrigerators. $49 brown striped couch. $40 blond dinette set, $49 kitchen sets, $20: Regency couch, $35 rugs, $15 office desk, $20 sofa beds, $18 Re Sale Shop, 307 East 156th st. KE, 1-6868._______________ DAVENPORT, matching chair, gray, red trim, A-l, $60. GL. 1-8741 between 8-1 p. m. weekdays, any time weekend. MOVING Honolulu: exclusive ma hogany console Chickerlng piano, twin bedroom, desk, bookcase, coppertone G. E. electric range, refrigerator, upholstered chair, wall racks, tables. pictures, lamps, like new after 6 p. m., CL. 2-2532.___________________ DAVENPORT, matching chair, ma roon color, $50, good condition. IV. 1-1578.___________________ CARPETING, 35-40 yards, padding, valued $300, now $50 rugs 12x 24. 12x22, 12x20, 12x18. 12x15, 12x12, 9x18, 9x15, 9x12, $10, $20 up hall runners, $5Qc yard up binoculars private residence. GL, 1-4252._____________________ LIGHT maple bedroom set, cedar wardrobe. 2 platform rockers, dishes, electric clock, 24 inch Westinghouse television. LI. 1-4387._____________________ STROLLO-high chair, $20 Easy Spin washer, $25 Kirby vacuum with attachments. $40. UL, 1-7790. 2-PIECE heather tweed davenport. Dial 731-0953 after 5 p. m. MAGIC Chef range, tables' cot-, fan. vacuum, metal cupboards. California lamp, glass tops rea sonable. ER. 1-3310.__________ DECORATIVE floral chair, leather top cocktail table, end tables, table crystal lamp, torchiere. FA. 1-5018. MAPLE twin bed, complete, $20. IV. 1-4965. MAPLE twin beds, complete. spreads, pillows, chest of draw ers. curtains, drapes, all $55 divan, $15 coffee table. $2.50 odd chairs, $1 movie camera, $10. RE. 1-1339.________________ OAK kitchen set, stove, dining room set. end tables, wagon, 675 power microscope: miscellaneous all very reasonable. ER. 1-1280. RUGS, 9x12, 9x10, both $13 buf* fet, $2. IV. 1-7597.__________ PRACTICALLY new Cosco jumper chair, $5 Welsh stroller, $10 White Dove Masterpiece crib mattress with plastic cover, $15: in good condition Grand gas range, $35 crib. $8 play pen. $4 porch glider. $8 1831 Marloes ave. PO, 1-2540.______________ EARLY American bedrdom set. 5 months old, canopy bed. boss spring, mattress, cover, spread double dresser, mirror, $175. RE. 1-0715. ________________ COLDSPOT refrigerator, $25* girl's Roadmaster bicycle, $13 double bed, $10. LI. 1-8482 after 6 p. m., all day weekends. DAY bed. $3 Frigidaire room air conditioner, $38 G. E. dish washer, $20 coppertone hood and fan, $25 baby crib, $12. RE. 1-9449. WESTINGHOUSE stove, deluxe 30 inches, $90 double oven electric stove, $20 3 woman's coats, size 14 2 gold fireside chairs, $20 each baby buggy, $5. FA. 1-5880. LAMP table, round leather top. leather top coffee table, both $30 antique davenport, solid ma hogany frame, indestructable springs, $40. IV, 1-9165. HOTPOINT stove television, ra dio, record player console re frigerator, rug 9x18, Chinese rug, orientals oak table, 4 chairs. Persian Iamb coat, brass fan shaped fireside screen, high back chair, drapes, miscellaneous. KE. 1-0267,_____________________ MAHOGANY dropleaf tea cart. $25 Webcor Hi-Fi, portable, 4 speed, $50. RE. 2-9238. LIVING room tables, beautiful 12 place setting Haviland China, Lalrrie pattern heavy set brass andirons, a few other items 28007 White rd., Willoughby Hills. WH. 3-2567 Friday and Sat urday only. _________________ STOVE, gas. Roper: draperies. 12 panel, white background, pink, turquoise, black patterns, 4 kitch en Naugahyde chrome chairs and formica table: tenda tricycle bathinette, miscellaneous. EV. 2-0406._____________________ LIVING room set. 2 piece, good condition, $23. Call LI. 1-6462. WASHER, dryer, modem chairs, tables, formica dinette, swing and slide set, wrought iron table, 8 chairs miscellaneous. WH- 4-2337._________________ CHROME dinette set, formica top, chartreuse, green and white match stick pattern matching chairs, excellent condition, $45 Speed Queen junior mangle, $35 Kelvinator refrigerator, $45 large brass pull down fixture, sandalwood trim, $15. EV. 1-7938 LIVING room suite grey, coffee table, 2 end tables. 2 lamps, blond must sell all together Call AN. 1-0154._____________ DAVENPORT with matching mo hair chair upright Hoover sweeper reasonable. EV. 1-2687 DOUBLE bed, box spring and headboard fireplace set, almost new call 261-2050.___________ GARAGE sale tea cart, glassware, dishes, bric-a-brac, wheelbarrow, mower, spreader, boy’s clothing. Hardy Boy books, miscellaneous 16287 Brewster. 10 a. m.-3 p. m. Thursday, Friday, or by appoint ment YE. 2-6477. SINGLE metal bed with spring and mattress also double bed, mattress. KE.’1-7717.__________ WALNUT dining set, dinette, gate leg table, sweeper, fans, davenport, rugs, china, silver reasonable. SW. 1-4724. PAIR velvet Victorian chairs: French Provincial desk and chair, lamps. EV. 2-5943. BEDROOM set, chest and double bed, limed oak, $50. RE. 1-5949. RAYTHEON television, 21 inch, excellent condition, very nice cabinet. EV. 1-4184. REFRIGERATOR, $40 bookcase, $10: 3 dining room chairs. $5 call after 6 p. m.. WH. 3-1307. DEHUMIDIFIER deluxe model', never used television mattres ses Hi-Fi amplifier automatic record changer: tape recorder, all new. Fruehauf, 34525 Vine, Eastlake. FOR BALE-BICYCLES GIRL’S bicycle, 36 inch, $10. 866 Whitcomb rd. KE. 1-1579. GIRL’S 26 inch bicycle, boy's 2$ inch racer bicycle, $20 each. KE. 1-0781.___________________ GIRL’S 20 inch bicycle and train ing wheels, $15. IV. 6-5234.____ WANTED 24 inch boy’s used bike. good condition. WH. 2-2129. Soys"24'inch bicycle, $10. WH. 4-1193,________ TRICYCLE, 3 wheel, brand new fire engine and scooter. Call IV, 1-5093.________ ___________ WIZARD motor Mke, needs coil, $3$. UL. 1-944$.