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DICK
CONTINO
PLAYS
THE
CORDOVOX
BRIDGE TAVERN
684 East 152nd St. LI. 1-8223
WHAT’S NEW?
COME TO THE BRIDGE AND SEE
JACK SADLON
Pre»enting ENJOY OUR FRIDAY
INTERNATIONAL
MUSIC
NIGHT FISH FRY!
Serving Till 10 P.M.
STARTING SAT,, JUNE 15th WITH A COMPLETE LINE
And Every Saturday Thereafter OF SEAFOODS
BUSINESS MEN'S LUNCHES
DAILY SPECIALS LUNCHEONS AND I A.
From______________ OWW COCKTAILS Served From_____ M.
LARGE ATTENDED PARKING LOT IN REAR OF
RESTAURANT TO ACCOMMODATE YOUR CAR
NEVER BEFORE! Only at
NO MONEY DOWN!
Wi guarantee that these ire
exceptions! diamond values
... or your money baekl
All styles shown are avail*
at’’ in yellow or white gold
by
We Also Are A
FRANCHISED DEALER
FOR
LAUGHEAD PIANOS
ROGER'S DRUMS
SLINGERLAND DRUMS
KING BAND INSTRUMENTS
EPIPHONE GUITARS.
AMPLIFIERS. BASSES
PETROMILLIS ACCORDIONS
SCANDALLI ACCORDIONS
SHEET MUSIC,
REEDS AND
ANYTHING MUSICAL
IV. 1-8648
WARD'S!
vUinRD'Sr
uii iT.CLAirt
■3 OF A CENTURY IN THE
SAME LOCATION
SEE AND HEAR THE NEW
cordoi/ox
the music you can make on the exciting new cordovox
You'll be amazed
a compact, versatile, completely electronic musical instrument. It combines organ
sounds and full accordion, thus creating a remarkable musical versatility. Cordovox
enhances the performance of the
play it
EXPERT REPAIR ON ACCORDIONS
AND ALL BAND INSTRUMENTS
ACCORDIONS TUNED ELECTRONICALLY
PETROMILLI S MUSIC CENTER
917 East 185th Street
DEATHS
1
FRIDAY NIGHT
I
It's GEORGE KAY
AT THE PIANO
Joseph Visci
assembler
for the
Co,
An
Eaton
for 45
Manufacturing
years, Joseph Visci, died Mon
day at Huron Road Hospital
at the age of 68.
Mr. Visci retired from Eaton
in July, 1961.
He is survived by his wife.
Margaret two sons, Leonard
and Donald three brothers and
eight grandchildren. Leonard
is assistant principal at Shaw
High and Donald teaches at
Memorial High in Lyndhurst.
Funeral services were con
ducted Wednesday from Christ
the King Church.
Mrs. Lulu V. Dorman
Funeral services were con
ducted May 16th for Mrs. Lulu
V. Dorman, 1375 Elwood rd.
She was the wife of the late
Peter the mother of Mrs. Carol
Richards the sister of Mrs.
Grace Donnell and Mrs. Iola
Cox and grandmother of Helen.
Burial was in Millersburg, Ohio.
Catherine Hink
Funeral services were con
ducted Saturday afternoon for
Catherine Hink, (nee Steffens)
In Memoriam
Katherine Rejc
TN
mother who passed away May
20th, 1938. May you rest In peace.
loving memory of our dear
Your loving daughters,
Catherine, Sophie, Anne and
families.
INVALID CAR SERVICE
Stanley lohmton Funeral Horn*
24 HOURS A DAY
KEnmore I 3600
NOW ON DISPLAY
AT
PETROMILLIS MUSIC
CENTER
this completely new kind of
musical instrument will simply
amaze youl
COME IN TODAY
FOR A FREE
DEMONSTRATION
TRADE-INS
ACCEPTED
TERMS
ARRANGED
most accomplished musician, yet anyone can
PRIVATE
INSTRUCTION
By
PROFESSIONAL TEACHERS
On All Instruments
FREE MUSICAL
APTITUDE TEST
To help you and your child
choose the correct instrument.
PLENTY OF FREE PARKING
IV. 1-8649
14202 Strathmore ave. She was
the wife of the late John the
mother of Ella, Bertha, Louise
Hagert, and Helen Gerstenber
ger, grandmother and great
grandmother and the sister of
Fred and Theodore Steffens
and the late Mary Genzen,
Henry and Pete Steffens.
Cornelia I. McClintock
Funeral services were con
ducted Wednesday afternoon
from the Edwards Funeral
Home for Cornelia McClintock,
1452 East 133rd st. She was
the mother of Irvin G., Eleanor
the wife of the late Oney R.
E., Clarence E., and the late
Evelyn D. grandmother of
Earl and Joy.
Harry L. Leonard
Funeral services were con
ducted Monday afternoon for
Harry L. Leonard, 1760 Elber
on ave. He was the husband of
Margareta (nee Krieger) the
father of Harry, Cheryl, and
Mrs. Norma Koberna grand
father of three, the son of
Louis and the late Margaret
and the brother of Emma Hull
George, Isabel Morris, John.
Catherine Barnhart, Charles
Ida Mae Morris and Richard.
Harry W. Ingram
Funeral services were con
ducted Friday for Harry W.
Ingram, 14217 Potomac ave.
He was the husband of Fran
ces C., the father of Mrs. Wil
liam Lightfoot and Mrs. Nor
man Garrison grandfather of
six and great grandfather of
three. Burial was in Franklin.
Pa.
ORDINANCE NO. 5467
By: Mr. Mix
AN EMERGENCY ORDI
NANCE PROVIDING FOR
THE REGULATION OF
HOURS OF WORK IN
THE CONSTRUCTION,
ERECTION. ALTERA
TION. DEMOLITION. EX
CAVATION AND REPAIR
OF BUILDINGS. STRUC
TURES AND APPURTE
NANCES IN THE CITY
OF EAST CLEVELAND.
WHEREAS, the engaging in
the work of construction, erec
tion. alteration, demolition, ex
cavation and repair of and for
buildings, structures and ap
purtenances thereto during cer
tain hours and days of the week
constitute a nuisance and a
dettriment to the health, peace
and welfare of the citizens of
the Citv of East Cleveland, and
WHEREAS, an emergency
exists for the immediate pres
ervation of the public peace,
property, health and safety,
that emergency being to pre
vent nuisances in the City of
East Cleveland.
NOW THEREFORE. BE IT
ORDAINED by the Commis
sion of the City of East Cleve
land, Ohio, four-fifths of all
members elected thereto con
curring.
SECTION 1: That no perso-'I
shall construct, erect, alter, de
molish, excavate or repair in
-and about buildings, structures
and apurtenances in the City of
East Cleveland on legal holi
days or Sundays, nor except be
tween the hours of seven o’clock
A.M. and six o’clock P.M. on
weekdays and Saturdays, other
than legal holidays, except that
in the case of urgent necessity
n the interest of public safety,
i^d then, only after obtaining
a permit therefor from the
Building Inspector of the City
of East Cleveland.
SECTION 2: 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,
said emergency being to pre
vent nuisances in the City of
East Cleveland, and provided it
receives the affirmative vote of
four-fifths of all members elect
ed to the City Commission, it
shall take effect and be in force
from and after its passage
(otherwise, it shall take effect
’and be in force from and after
the earliest period allowed by
law. I
PASSED: May 9, 1963.
Robert S. Moore I
Clerk of the Commission
Pub.: May 23, 1963 1
EAST CLEVELAND LEADER
CLUBS
Scholarship Fund
Formal Concert
The Cecelian Musical Club
will present its annual Scholar
ship Fund Formal Concert at
7:30 this evening at the Halle
downtown auditorium.
A varied program of vocal
SKUFCA'S
TAVERN
Serving
FISH DINNERS
AND
SEA FOODS
Every Friday Til 1 A.M.
HOT CORNED BEEF
SANDWICHES
Served At All Timet
WE SPECIALIZE IN
CARRY OUT ORDERS
13311 St. Clair Ave. 70. 1-0824
PAINESVILLE
SPEEDWAY ..
The Action Packed Track
STOCK CAR
RACING
FRIDAY-MAY 24th
8:30 P.
10 Big Events!
CONVERTIBLES
—35-Lap Feature—
HARDTOPS
—25-Lap Feature—
Trials, 7 Races, 8:30
/4-MILE
ASPHALT
TRACK
FREE PARKING
A
Thrill-A-Minute Racing
East of Painesville
Route 535—Off Route 20
Over 5,000
TIRES
MONEY-BACK
GUARANTEE"
We specialize tn Tires only, end
our Large Volume enables us to
make this statement.
We will sell you any tire for less, Brand
for Brand, Line for Line, any day of the
year—or your money back.
NEW, RECAPPED, PASSENGER,
TRUCK, FARM, SPORTS CAR
Goodyear Firestone McCreary
Mohawk Dunlop Cooper Cordovan
General U.S. Royal B. F. Goodrich
Seiberling
Try Us Is AU We Asfcf"
Confused on Tires? Read Pago 92,
May Issue of "Esquire"
MOUNTING AND TERMS
CARROLL TIRE, Inc.
16131 St. Clair Ave. GL. 1-6565
Open Daily 10-6: Mon and Fri. till Bi Sat. 9-4:30
CHAMPS in the Suburban Police and Firemen bowling league are our own public
servants representing Jim Connell Chevrolet. Proudly posing with their trophy are,
kneeling left to right, Don Hotz, deputy fire chief Richard Bill and Anthony DiSanto
of No. 2 Fire House. Standing, left to right, are Patrolmen Don Scheutzow, and
John McDonald Sgt. Charles Kastilahn, team captain
and Fireman John Bradshaw.
and instrumental combinations
will include music from Bellini
to Barber.
Tickets may be obtained at
the box office or by calling
Mrs. Schrock, HI. 2-6318.
DeMolay Mothers
Meet Tuesday
The next regular meeting of
the Mom’s Club of Cleveland
Chapter Order of the DeMolay
will be held next Tuesday eve
ning at the home of “Mom”
Vi Howell, 1907 Knowles st.
“Mom” Elsie Bezdek will as
sist as co-hostess.
FOR THE LOVE OF MIKE
BUYING OR SELLING
WE KNOW OUR BUSINESS
LIST AND SELL
WITH US
Kapel Realty RE. 1-5330
■i .a.
•Mk-
Ptl. Edward Wintersteller
You can have
what you see
-r
Just
phone
That’s a lot of money., .it will pay for these things
that benefit you and all the people of Cleveland*
Northeast Ohio three new schools salaries for
600 teachers 40 police cars salaries for 300
policemen two fire trucks three pieces of snow
removal equipment.
The Illuminating Company will pay $12,400,000 in
property taxes this year. We’re the largest tax*
payer in Cleveland-Northeast Ohife
VJJL
n Afe WAN
K V I A
FEATURING NEW
#1,415.50
IN TAXES
EVERY HOUR
Thursday, May 23, 1962
Mrs. Robert W. Evilsizer, I Mrs. Ghazi Massarani, 1726
13508 Emijy, Girl. I East 133rd st., Boy. _________
CYCLE and
AUTO SUPPLY
1360 Hayden Ave. near Shaw GL. 1-6146
Specializing In
BICYCLE Repair and Rebuilding
MURRAY- PHILLIPS- FLYING DUTCHMAN
And Other Widely Recognized Bicycle*
Complete Line of 111
TIRES and PARTS for All Bike* I
PEDAL CARS TRICYCLES WAGONS, ETC.
Rose White. 1875 Forest Hills
Lester Wilson, 1460 E. 135th
We Specialize In
TAKE-OUT CLAM BAKES
Clams, Clam Broth and Chowder, Lobsters.
Lobster Tails and Steamers Available
Abo Charcoal, Plates, Cups, Spoons and Forks for Your Clam
Bake or Picnic—Clam Bakes prepared To Take Out With You
We Are Equipped To Handle Complete
CLAM BAKES FOR ANY OCCASION
Wholesale Prices to Restaurants, Taverns, Factories, Institutions
EUCLID FISH CO.
18601 Abby Ave. at East 185th St.
OPEN ALL DAY EVERY WEDNESDAY
John J. Cornelia, Prop. KEnmore 1-6448
LOANS UP TO $2,000
UP TO 37 MONTHS TO PAY
Is the one thing you need most right now extra cash
to pay for the things you need and still stay
within your budget? C.I.T.’s famous Balanced Borrow
ing Plan is your answer. It's your answer to paying
off those bills, too. Call now, then your money can
be ready to pick up when you come in.
MONTHLY PAYMENTS
30 25 18
mo*. mo*. mo*.
37
CASH
YOU
GET
mot.
$ 300
500
473 East 185th Street, Euclid
Tel.: 486-5040 Parking
Are we unhappy About ft? Not at all. The Hlumi*
nating Company readily accept* its responsibility
to share with all taxpayers the costs of government
and community improvement. Paying taxes is
another vital role we play as an investor-owned
electric utility in the Best Location in the Nation,
7b ILLUMINATING^^
12
mot.
I $16.00
I 26.66
1,000
1,500 $53 87 $63.33
$ 20.66
34.44
$ 29.00
48.33
50.41
73.33
65.97
96.66
1,800 63.73 75.08 87.08 115.08 165.08
2,000 70.30 82.91 96.25 127.36 182.91
93.75
138.33
Life insurance at low group rates available on all loan*
Phone or see Mr. Klingenstein today.
Universal C.l.T. Credit Company
tel te*iil*r m*8 SeaHW Bentes TH tewMs K tee NeiHg
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