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Thursday, November 23, 1981
SITUATION WANTED SITUATION WANTED ALTERATIONS and dressmaking, very reasonable. 8 years, etore experience KE. 1-4260. call aft er 1 p. m. A-l IRONING in my home, on Mar cella rd off East 185th st Phone 531-7250. DAY care cnudren 3 to 6 trained college teachers, state license free transportation enroll now RE. 1-9493. DRAPERIES FREE labor, samples shown in youi home custom-made slipcovers YE 2-6200. BEAUTY service shut-ins. perma nents hair cuts, styling, manicur ing. expert Ohio licensed opera tor KE? 1-8224. NEV EL Employment Service, call us for vour next household em ployee. reliable, competent ex perienced cooks, maids, day workers, couples, chauffeurs housemen practical nurses, men for wall washing: references thoroughly checked SW 1-2575 MAN with 2-ton dump truck de sires hauling of any kind rub bish. ashes, dirt, garages torn down, basements and attics cleaned. GL. 1-3841 DRESSMAKING without patterns, any style, also sell imported pure wool sweaters call after 4 p. 18321 Windward rd. IV 1-3275. ALTERATIONS, experienced work guaranteed, Quick service on hems zippers, etc 22951 Arms ave RE f-6369 ___________ MAN on Social Security in good health, full or part time work painter by trade. UL. 1-5895 ALTERATIONS and remodeling ladies coats, suits, dresses, al tered or restyled at prices very reasonable, work guaranteed. Lake Shore-East 288th st. WH 4-2311.____________________ WILL take care of children, tn my home, while parents work days. IV 1-4052. ____ YOUNG mother will baby sit at any time. Call RE. 1-1897.____ YOUNG man desires part time of flce work (typing) after 3 p. m. Call WH. 4-1715._______ ______ WILL do any phase of office work, my home, typing, etc., experi enced. WH 4-1715 anytime. t)AY work or regular. 1 to 5 days live in or sit, 1 or 2 nights, also baby sitting references: Black’s Employment Service, UT. 1-3694. 431-8709. ___________ MINOR dressmaking alterations, turns shortened. 20 years experi ence, prices reasonable Lloyd rd. area. RE 1-6073. Coving care. While you work, for your child, in Willowick. WH. 3-6626. fiRESSMAKING. alterations ex perienced, reasonable also hus band will tailor any kind of clothes, remodeling. 21301 Goller. TV. 1-2346. fiRESSMAKING. alterations, ex perienced: good work reasonable. 15607 Waterloo. IV. 1-6892. CHILD care, days, for working or shopping mothers. IV. 1-3666. HANDYMAN, yard work, wall washing, painting, etc. UT. 1-3694. 431-8709__________________ ALTERATIONS on women’s ap parel, in nfiy home. GA. 1-4336. EXPERIENCED baby sitting, vicln itv East 222nd-Brlarda!e. AN. 1-0379. WALLS, woodwork, paner. carnet and furniture cleaning, also painting and paper hanging. RE. 1-9466. Accounting, bookkeeping, an phases. RE. 2-9567.______ ______ if ATURE~woman will babv sit eve nings. own transportation. Call RE^J -5407.______________ Tailor: for ladles’ and men’s clothing: remodeling of anv kind1 double breasted coats converted to single: large lAnels to small, etc. 2923a Green rd. _WH 3-3125._______________ ALTERATIONS, coats, suits, skirts. dresses- 4M East 125th st. LT. 1-827J. ______________ iRONTftG dore in my home. 94 a bushel. 732-7636. EXPERIENCED laundress, washing, /roning. everv other Tuesday. EX. 1-8046 after1 6 p. m. Tiling, mailing, wrapping, messen ger, light clerical, good reference. KE. 1-6206. DAY care in my borne, licensed. Hayden ave. area. LI. 1-6551. 6.00-13 6.40-13, 6.50-13. 6.70-15. 8.00-14, 7.10-15 1.50-14, 7.60-19 A COUNTRY MB BUCK ’13" ALTERATIONS, fast, reasonable, also shorten coats, special, $3.50. IV. 1-2884. JOVIAL Santa~Claus*Ts~looking for work in charitable Institution no charge for appearance except guarantee of lots of children in need of cheering up.- Contact Ralph Gertz, RE. 1-7388 or TO. 1-6080. GIRL 19 desires baby sitting work. Call UL. 1-5898. YOUNG man, 27 years old just com pleted 3 years Army service, wants honest work available 7 days, any shift. WH. 4-4654. GENERAL office, typing, filing ca pable. dependable part or full time. RE. 1-4049 after 3 p. m. TAILORING, furrier, 'expert on lady's and men’s garments make single breasted coats from double breasted make stoles, capes, jackets replace worn skins gua ranteed workmanship. RE. 1-8212. SEWING ALTERATIONS on coats and skirts. Mrs. G. A. Halloway, 30184 Tru man ave., Wickliffe. ________ BABY sitting, 5 days a week Helen, KE. _1 -6930. CARE for children, infant to pre school, my home: licensed off East 260th. RE. 1-9160. •••■••••••••oeeeaeooeeoaaeeeeeeeeeeeeeoee* MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS NEW and used spinets, all styles and finishes, nothing down, 3 years to pay Lewis Piano Com pany. 14681 Euclid at Lee. LI. 1-4072 or ER. 1-2232 evenings NEW and used accordions at whole sale prices. IV. 1-7541. BALDWIN ORGAN 2 years old—Save $900—Terms L. JANSON CO. 15453 Euclid at Taylor Rd. Open Evenings 2 ACCORIONS, 120 bass. Italian made reasonable. KE. 1-3826. ACCORDIONS FOR sale..new. KE. 1-9349. MAGNUS chord organ, 37 keys plus basses less than 1 year old. TV. 1-4637, SAVE $200 TO $500 on floor samples and display model PIANOS and ORGANS AH Styles and Finishes Available NO MONEY DOWN 36 MONTHS TO PAY L. JANSON CO. 15453 Euclid a* Taylor Rd Open Daily, 10 A.M. 9 P.M. Saturday to 5 P.M. ACCORDION. 120 bass, Italian make, like new, priced for quick sale drum set. KE. 1-0786. MOVINGr upright piano, cherry wood, excellent condition, 850. PO. 1-8223._______________ WOODEN clarinet, 3 years old- ha price. IV. 1-4804. ACCORDION MANDOLIN CLARINET UKULELE GUITAR VIOLIN SAXOPHONE LESSONS 10-Week Trial Course For Beginning Students. 4-Week Trial Course For Advanced Students Our Professional Instructors are all College Trained. Certified by the American Accordion Assn, Ohio Music Teacher's Assn. BOB RUSSELL Music Studio "The Studio of Champions" MU. 1-3024 IV. 1-4828 WE SERVICE ALL CHRYSLER PRODUCTS We ar? located next door to the Rapid Transit. Bring your car in the A.M. and pick it up in the P.M. fully serviced. Sa^THOMPSON DODGE DART LANCER DODGE TRUCKS 14401 Euclid Ave. GL. 1-5300 OPEN MONDAY and FRIDAY nil 9 PM FIRST QUALITY Snow and Regular Tires JIT SAME PRICE O NEW TUBELESS TIRES e GOODYEAR SUBURBANITES o FIRESTONE TOWN whiti ’16" ’14" *18" ’17” *21" ’19°' *23” ’20“ *26" Recapped Snow Reg. Tread Tires TREAD GOOD CASINGS, GUARANTEED FULL DEPTH $10. $12 AH 13-lnch, 14-lnch and 15-lnch large Selection of SNOW & REGULAR TIRE SECONDS JIT BIG DISCOUNTS! AU TIRES, PLUS TAX NO TRADE NEEDED NEW WHEELS 13 Inch and 14 Inch FOR 1957-62 FORD, CHEVROLET, PLYMOUTH, COMH AND FALCON During fhi. Sal. Only WE ALSO STOCK GEWERAL, McCREARY, DUNLOP, CORDOVAN. COOPER Passenger and Truck Tires Foreign and Sports Car Tires CARROLL TIRE 16131 ST. CLAIR AVI. (at London Rd.) GL. 1-6565 Postmaster Urges Early Mailing Correct Addresses “Firstclass friends deserve first-class mail!” Acting Post master Nelson E. Sundermeier declared today, as the arrival of Christmas cards and gift packages indicated that the Yuletide Season has officially begun. By way of explanation, the postmaster said, “Most of our grief is caused each year by hastily scribbled addresses that we can’t read, or Christmas cards being sent as third-class mail which can’t be forwarded or returned if the addressee has moved. Loosely wrapped gift packages are other trouble makers that can be avoided.” Zone Mail To offset these perennial problems, Postmaster Sunder meier recommends that you be gin now to correct and bring your address book up to date. You can find zone numbers for all Greater Cleveland streets on pages 29 thru 44 in the blue section of the Yellow Pages. And remember, the post office will zone your Christmas card local-address list if submitted before next Thursday. Identify your list with your own name and address under scored to enable the letter car rier to return the completed list. “And by all means,” he continued, “mail those precious packages and Christmas cards early—next week, if possible.” Wrap your shipping cartons carefully in heavy paner and tie with strong cord pulled over and under several times around. Stuff your packages properly to cushion any fragile items they may contain.” Size, Weight Limits The limits on size and weight of parcels varies, depending on where you send them. However, packages to any domestic des tination may weigh as much as 20 pounds and measure 72 inches in combined length and girth. If your package exceeds these limits, phone the post of fice for information. A letter may be enclosed in side a parcel provided postage for the letter, four cents per ounce, is added to the postage affixed to the parcel arid the sender places the endorsement “First-Class Mail Enclosed” on the wrapper just below the postage. Parcels must be wrapped so that they can be easily examined. Sealed parcels, mailed at the third- or fourth class rate of postage, are sub ject to postal inspection. Spe cial care should be given to writing or printing all names and addresses clearly. Christ mas seals may be placed only on the backs of packages. “Do Not Open Until Christmas” stickers may be used. First Class Mail The postmaster particularly stressed the importance of sending all Christmas cards with four-cent stamps as first class mail, and gain these ad vantages: 1. Your cards may carry written messages. 2. They are dispatched and delivered first. 3. If necessary, they are for warded to new address without additional charge. 4. If unde liverable, they are returned if the sender’s address is on the envelope. To avoid last-minute crowds. Mr. Sundermeier recommends that you visit the post office early next week to purchase all Six GE Plants Dressed With Yule Season kites Six General Electric Com pany plant sites will “dress up” for the holidays with Christmas lighting displays. Displays featuring thousands of glittering light bulbs in a variety of colors and types will add holiday flavor to General Electric locations in Cleveland, East Cleveland, Richmond Heights, Euclid and Wil loughby. They will be on view from Friday, Dec. 8th, and nightly through the Christmas New Year holiday period. This year’s Christmas light ing program will follow the pattern set in 1959 when Gen eral Electric adopted a plan whereby the displays were dis nersed and made more access ble to the viewing public. H. F. Donahower, employee and community relations man ager of Nela Park, said that the dispersal plan had been well received in the various communities and that our neighbors and friends in these locations have found the dis plays convenient to visit.” He added that the displays had been designed “to convey our holiday greetings to the community and, at the same time, serve as a source of light ing and decorative ideas which could be applied on any res-, idential, business or institu- tional sites.” General Electric locations where holiday lighting exhibits will be held, along with e brief description of what will be dis played, are: Lamp Equipment Plant, at East 152nd st. facing Wood worth ave.—a roof-top display featuring the lighted outlines of three large metal trees, a “Noel” sign and a star—all tied together with festooning made up of lamp strings. Chemical Products Plant, at 1099 Ivanhoe rd.—three trian gular “bubble trees” lighted in a variety of bright colors, topped off with a message of “Goodwill to Men.” Nela Park, along portion of Noble rd. (open lawn area next to the research building, south of Noble rd. entrance)—a 1,000 lamp star atop a 100-foot flag pole will shine above a ground level display featuring figures of carolers, grouped near three EASY TERNE Gothic arches and accented by musical notes. A pattern of four-foot lighted candles on the ground and a border of trees, variously illuminated, complete this picturesque setting. Cleveland Wire Plant, at 21800 Tungsten rd. (off Char don rd.)—a flashing “Merry Christmas” message, six il luminated triangular trees and a large Santa Claus postcard will be featured. Lamp Glass Department Headquarters, 24400 Highland rd.—display here will feature decorative lamps and illumina tion facade of building and the adjacent tree and lawn area. Special emphasis is given to realizing pleasing color effects on natural surroundings. Willoughby Quartz Plant, at Campbell rd. and Euclid ave.— a 45-foot aluminum tree and a “Season’s Greetings” sign which is topped by giant snow-! flakes will be on view at this location. The holiday messages in lights will be aglow every night, 5 p. m. to midnight, from Dec. 8th through Jan 2nd. INVALID CAR SERVICE 24 HOURS A DAY Stanley R. fohaston Funeral R' KEnmora 1-3600 WILL AUTOMATION MEAN THE BEGINNING OR END OF YOUR CAREER Prepare for the future at Eriealdc Institute. Day courses begin November 27th for eight week tens. Specially designed for night shift workers, College Preparatory and Homemakers. SPEED READING DRAFTING ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS PRACTICAL ENGLISH ALGEBRA SLIDE RULE Call for Schedule ERIESIDE INSTITUTE 4141 Erie St., Willoughby WH. 2-1881 SEE US FOB AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION SERVICE 3B( Service On AU Makes Fr«g Towing Special On Band Adjustments WHEEL ALIGNMENT GIBSON'S 14200 Lake Share Blvd. IV. 8-2737 I lose extra stamps you’ll soon ed. The stamp lines are short! iw, and this is one phase of iristmas shopping that can be one easily. “We anticipate an even heav er load of Christmas mail this year than in 1960,” the post master said. “Consequently, we’ve enlarged our staff of mail clerks and carriers as much as possible. The sorting tables and delivery trucks are all set up.” “It’s One Day Closer To Christmas. Please Mail Early.” Art Show Is Planned An Art Show and Pre-Christ mas Sale sponsored by the Artists and Craftsmen Associa tion will be held Sunday. Nov. 26th from 2 to 7 p. m. at the Park Lane Villa Ballroom, East 105th st. and Park Lane. Paintings, enamels and cer amics will all be on display and any artist may enter the show in any medium by bringing his work to Park Lane on Saturday. Nov. 25th from 2 to 5 p. m. There will be cash prizes in every medium. Ray Sommers is president. For further information call Betty Gordon, chairman at EV. 1-9448 or Adele Ruden at SK. 1-9528. Reading Room Has Open House In order to more clearly ac quaint the general public with the facilities of their free Read ing Room where the teachings of Christian Science may be in vestigated or studied, Seventh Church of Christ, Scientist 14713 Lake Shore blvd., will hold an Open House, Sunday. Nov. 26th, from 2:30 to 4:30 p. m. You and your family are in vited. Ample parking and nur sery accommodations available. This reading room is open week days from 12 noon to 3 p. m. There the daily newspap- USE CHRISTMAS SEALS Fight TB er, The Christian Science Moni tor, and all literature and books pertaining to Christian Science may be read, borrowed or pur chased. LOOKING FOR A JOB? Our Classified Ads will help you find the job you’re seeking. If you have a job to offer ... try our Classified too. Folks say these are Little Ads With Big Results! our finest selection ever NORCROSS MASTERPIECE NU-ART ETCHCRAFT NAME-ON E. ERRETT SMITH CENTURY CHAPEL ART J. BERGER WALLPAPER A PAINT CO. 805 East 185th St. 6919 Superior Ave IV 1-6250 in"rear ‘•PERSONAL” ..................— ’'Turnvarieties" Presented by Cleveland Group The Cleveland East Side Turners will present “Turn varieties of ’61” Nov. 24th, 25th and Dec. 8th and 9th at their auditorium, 1616 East 55th st. The well-balanced show will include an old-fashioned and modern gymnastic drill, a “sing-along,” and many other features. Several Olympic and AAU attars, including Chuck Vinci, Marie Walther, Aldona Stempuzis and Bill Kerslake will participate. Singing, dancing, comedy and gymnastic routines will be staged and directed by Bill Boehm. Included in the large cast are Virginia and Martha Lo gan, 241 East 150th st. Sandra DeMell, 15406 Parkgrove ave. Bernetta Graus, 15503 Hunt mere ave. Mrs. Albert Dauper, 15410 Huntmere. Mrs. Frank Lapinskas and Joni Lapinskas, 20880 Goller ave’. Mrs. Marjorie Leggate. 100 East 209th st. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Fuerhoff, 18205 Hil ler ave. John Kline, 22731 BIG DISCOUNTS On 1961 Patterns WALLPAPER! Odd Lots Cloth fl/ nniAl WALL COVERING /2 rKIU We Are Stocking Distributors of WALLPAPER AND SUPPLIES Open Till 8 P.M. Thursday and Friday HE 1-3659 Mm You’ll find all of the Reverence, the Warmth, the Joy, the Gaiety and Gladness of the Christmas Season beautifully portrayed in this year’s collection of Cards by these famous designers RUST CRAFT TURNER & PORTER REGENCY HAMPTON ALDEN-SCOTT LOOART THE DRAWING BOARD THE FORERS WINDSOR ART ORDER NOW FOR PROMPT The SCOOP 814 East 152nd Street GLenville 1-4383 35 TEARS XT THE SAME LOCATION—OPPOSITE THE SALVATION AUNT OPEN TUESDAY and FRIDAY TILL 8 P.M. Chardon rd. Jean Baxter, 27331 Beech dr. Mrs. Elmer Novak, 1833 Al vasun Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Yontek, 14107 Mayfair ave. Toni Ruppe, 1866 Roxford rd. and Muriel Brooks, 2065 Cor nell rd. Reservations may be made for dinner in the dining r^om 6 cu. ft. Bale Finest Canadian For PEAT MOSS Free delivery of 5 or more bales 10 TULIPS 49c °"d Check-up and QK parts Storage VB extra Engine .peed checked Plug, cleaned, adjusted Point, cleaned, adjusted Carburetor adjusted Air filter cleaned ROCK SALT 18617 Nottingham Rd. at St. Clair KEnmore 1-0256 KEnmore 1-0257 Your Largest Northeast Garden Centei Since 1914 I WE GIVE AND REDEEM EAGLE STAMPS I CHRISTMAS CARDS HALLMARK NATIONAL ARTCRAFTS PICKWICK ART LINES AMERICAN ARTIST CAMEO NEWBURY GUILD EVERLAST DELIVERY 5 and a cocktail hour will pre cede the meal. Seating at the show will be in “hofbrau” style for an informal atmosphere. Dancing until 1 a. m. will fol low. advertising $3.89 Reg. $4.95 WILD BIRD SEED 5 1 BL. 1-4383 JUST FOR THE BIRDS! ibi 59c CHICK FKD 10 ib. 65c SCRATCH ibs. 60c GRAIN 10 SUNFLOWER SEEDS 5 FREE LAWN MOWER STORAGE EXPERT MOWER SERVICE ib.. 95c Compres.ion checked Crank can flu.hed Muffler cleaned Gas line cleaned Mower te.t run WE BUY AND SELL USED MOWERS USED TILLERS 2: 65M 10-lb*. 25-lb. 100 Ibs. Pick groom and Rose. 35c 69c 1.49 SNOW FENCE Wholesale -Retail Protect Your Ever- Up Only Um "Wilt-Pruf" NEW CROP Roma Boon. Com Meal Rice Buckwheat Flour JVild Bird Seed, 5 Ibs. 59c Chick Feed, 10 Ibs. 65c Scratch Grain, 10 Ibs. 60c Sunflower Seeds, 5 Ibs. 95^ NOTTINGHAM-'