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(Telephones-Unless otherwise stated, call Main 4600

or Central 1 for any of the omcials listed below). EXECUTIVE


Thomas S. Farrell, Director. MAYOR-HARRY L. DAVIS.

Director's Secretary-Stanley, Spirakus. Mayor's Secretary-Fred W. Thomas.


Division of Water

J. T. Martin, Commissioner, 211 City Hall.
W. S. FitzGerald, Director,

Division of Light and Heat-
Assistant Directors-Alfred Clum, James T. Cas-

W. E. Davis, Commissioner, 228 City Hall. sidy, J. C. Mansfield, J. D. Marshall, W. B. Cole. 304 City Hall. 304 City Hall.

Board of Control-Mayor Davis, President, and Chief Prosecutor--James L. Lind.

Directors FitzGerald, Bernstein, Beman, Sprosty,

Neal, Waite and Farrell. Assistant Prosecutors--Edward Stanton, E. J. Rus

Fred W. Thomas, Secsick, Nathan C. Beckerman, Joseph Nuccio, John

retary, Room 305 City Hall. J. Sexton. Central Police Station.

Civil Service Commission-Louis A. Deutsch, PresiMain 1330

Central 4021

dent; Ralph W. Edwards and Benjamin Parmely,

Commissioners. Louis Chief Clerk--J. M. Crawford.

Simon, Secretary, 414

City Hall.
Alex Bernstein, Director.

Sinking Fund Commission-Mayor Davis, PresiDirector's Secretary, Alva R. Corlett,

dent; Clarence J. Neal, Secretary, and President 314 City Hall.

of City Council H. C. Gahn. J. H. Morris, Asst. Division of Streets

Secretary, 128 City Hall.
John G. Tomson, Commissioner, 124 City Hall.
Street Cleaning, Street Repairs, Paving Permits.

Board of Revision of Assessments-Mayor Davis, Division of Engineering and Construction

President; Clarence J. Neal, Secretary; Directors Robert Hoffman, Commissioner, 618 City Hall.

FitzGerald and Bernstein, and President of City Paving, Sidewalks, Sewers, Bridges and Docks

Council H. C. Gahn, 305 City Hall. (Rivers and Harbors), Sewage Disposal, Plats and Surveys, Street Signs and House Numbers. Division of Garbage


Fielder Sanders, 830 Leader-News Bldg., Main 5271, Aaron Caunter, Supt. of Collection, 2430 Canal

Central 348.
Road. Telephones: Central 4894, Main 2736.
Floyd E. Waite, Director,

Director's Secretary-Joseph R. Ray, 435 City Hall.
Division of Parks-

Lyman 0. Newell, Commissioner of Parks, 435
City Hall.
Harry C. Hyatt, City Forester, 435 City Hall.

President-Harry C. Gahn.
Division of Recreation-


J. F. Potts, Commissioner of Recreation, 435 City

1 Alva R. Dittrick..

8700 Lorain Ave. Division of Markets

2 John A. Braschwitz.

10622 Parkhurst Dr.

3 George P. Samman.

Samuel B. Michell.

7915 Madison Ave. N. W. City Architect

Frank J. Faulhaber.

2185 West 67th St. F. H. Betz, 604 City Hall.

John P. Becker...

3308 Fulton Rd. Street Lighting

Clayton C. Townes.

3800 West 33rd St.

7 Albert Moritz, Superintendent, 112 City Hall.

Jerry R. Zmunt...

2172 West 14th St. 8 Michael H. Gallagher.


9 James J. McGinty.

2741 Commercial Rd.

10 Lamar T. Beman, Director,

John W. Reynolds.

1758 East 27th St. Director's Secretary-A. E. Maska, 327 City Hall.

11 Thomas W. Fleming.

2171 East 30th St. Division of Health

12 Herman H. Finkle.

2479 East 40th St. Dr. Robert H. Bishop, Jr., Commissioner.

13 Charles A. Kadlecek.

5314 McBride Ave. Dr. Martin Friedrich, Medical Expert.

14 Stanley F. Dembowski.

3736 East 71st St. 117 City Hall.

15 Wm. F. Thompson..

9213 Miles Ave. Division of Employment

Frank Soika.

3117 East 116th St. Charles F. Arndt, Commissioner, 109 City Hall.

17 Daniel A. Carroll.

6414 Woodland Ave. Bureau of Immigration

18 Harry C. Gahn.

2205 East 79th St. John Prucha, Chief, 103 City Hall.

19 Perry D. Caldwell.

2126 East 96th St. Bureau of Outdoor Relief—106 City Hall.

20 Charles B. Stannard.

. 1679 East 82nd St. William A. Kenney, Supt.

21 John Sulzmann.

1338 East 81st St. Parole Ofcer

22 Edward A. Meyers

.1739 East 70th St. Turney H. Braund,

Adam J. Damm.

.1046 East 74th St. 327 City Hall.

E. H. Krueger.

899 Parkwood Dr. City Chemist

25 J. R. Hinchliffe.

11219 Wade Park Ave. W. S. White, 609 City Hall.

26 William Roll.

.15322 St. Clair Ave.

Clerk-C. J. Benkoski, 316 City Hall,
A. B. Sprosty, Director,

Division of Police-

Frank W. Smith, Chief, Central Police Station,
Main 26, Central 542. Secretary of Police De-

partment, W. W. Norris, Room 330 City Hall.
Division of Fire---
George A. Wallace, Chief, 328_City Hall. Fire

Civil Branch
Prevention Bureau, Thomas F. Connell, Chief

Chief Justice-William H. McGannon. Warden, Room 328 City Hall. Secretary of the

Judges-- Daniel B. Cull. Fire Department, Room 330 City Hall.

Wm. B. Beebe. Division of Buildings

Geo. P. Baer. E. W. Cunningham, Commissioner, 605 City Hall

Samuel H, Silbert. Samuel Hatcher, Commissioner of Division of

David Moylan. Smoke, 330 City Hall.

Walter McMahon.

Charles L. Selzer.

Bailiff--J. Martin Thumm,
Clarence J. Neal, Director.

City Hall. Main 4600, Central 1.
Division of Accounts-

C. S. Metcalf, Commissioner, 226 City Hall. Division of Treasury

Criminal Branch Russell V. hnson, City Treasurer, 216 City Hall.

Juilges-Samuel E. Kramer. Division of Assessments and Licenses

Frank C. Phillips. L. C. Cukr, Commissioner, 226 City Ha.l.

Central Police Station. Main 1330, Central 4021. Division of purchases and Supplieg



VOL. 5


No. 235


The City Record

Said parcel of land contains resi

dence now known as No. 2087 E. Published weekly under authority 96th st. and is the property of Mrs. of the Charter of the City of

Elizabe Guthrie th owner of an

undivided two-thirds_(27) interest

therein, and Walter F. Guthrie the Subscription (by Mail) 50cts a year owner of an undivided one-third

(1/3) interest therein. The conAddress all communications to

sideration to be paid therefor is C. J. BENKOSKI,

eight thousand one hundred dolClerk of Council,

lars ($8,100.00). 316 City Hall.

That the commissioner of purEntered as second-class matter

chases and supplies be, and he is February 18, 1914, at the post-office hereby authorized and directed to at Cleveland, Ohio, under the Act

expend an amount not to exceed of March 3, 1879.

$8,100.00 for the purchase of par-
cel No. 17, above described; said

money to be paid out of the funds BOARD OF CONTROL

derived from the sale of bonds au-
thorized by ordinance No. 45907

and entitled “An ordinance to issue The regular meeting of the board

bonds in the sum of $400,000.00 to of control was called at 10:00 a. m.

pay the cost and expense of openFriday, June 28, 1918.

ing, widening, extending and imPresent: Directors Bernstein,

proving Carnegie ave. S. E., from Beman, Sprosty, Neal and Farrell.

E. 89th st. to E. 107th st. N. E., Absent: Mayor Davis and Di

and for purchasing or condemning rectors FitzGerald and Waite.

any land necessary therefor;" that The minutes of the previous

said commissioner of purchases and meeting were approved as pre

supplies be, and he is hereby ausented, and on motion of the acting

thorized to pay the sum aforesaid president the following resolutions

to the owners of the above dewere adopted:

scribed parcel of land, upon deliv-
ery to the city of Cleveland of a

good and sufficient warranty deed File No. 5638.

and certificate of title showing said By Mr. FitzGerald.

premises to be free and clear of all Resolved, by the board of control, encumbrances whatsoever, exceptthat the commissioner of purchases ing the taxes and assessments for and supplies be, and he is hereby the year 1918 and thereafter, and authorized and directed to pu- to the satisfaction of the director rchase the following described real of law. estate from the owners of the parcel hereinafter stated and needed

File No. 5639. for the opening and extension of

By Director Bernstein. Carnegie ave., from E. 89th st. to

Resolved, by the board of control, E. 107th st. N. S.:

that the director of public service Parcel 17: Situated in the city

be and he is hereby authorized and of Cleveland, county of Cuyahoga

directed into subsidiary agreement and state of Ohio, and known as

No. 930, with A. M. Pejsa Paving being the northerly 30 feet from

Company, making certain addifront to rear of sublot No. 3 in

tions to and amending contract Lydia Barber's allotment of part

No. 11842, in the sum of $1,876.75, of original one hundred acre lots

covering the re-paving of WoodNos. 401 and 409, as shown by the

hill rd., from Quincy ave. to Buckrecorded plat in volume 5 of maps, page 51 of Cuyahoga county rec- File No. 5640. ords, and being a parcel of land 30 By Director Bernstein. feet front on the easterly side of Resolved, by the board of control, Logan ave. (now known as E. 96th

that subsidiary agreement No. 924, st.), 219 feet 5 inches deep on the with A. Marra, making certain adnortherly line, about 220 feet 2 ditions to and amending contract inches deep on the southerly line No. 11423, in the sum of $231.75, and 30 feet in the rear, as appears covering the construction of by said plat, be the same more or sewer in Way ave. S. E., from E. less, but subject to all legal high- 93rd st. to E. 105th st., be and the ways.

same is hereby approved.

File No. 5641.
By Director Bernstein.

Resolved, by the board of control, that subsidiary agreement No. 923, with Randall & Cooper, making certain additions to and amending contract No. 11783, in the sum of $20.26, covering the construction of a sewer in W. 117th st., from Berea rd. N. W. to 700 feet north of Berea rd. N. W., be and the same is hereby approved.

File No. 5642.
By Director Beman.

Resolved, by the board of control, that the commissioner of purchases and supplies be an dhe is hereby authorized and directed to lease the south half of the double brick house known as No. 2511 E. 35th st. to be used as a dispensary under the division of health, department of public welfare;

Be it further resolved, that the commissioner of purchases and supplies be and he is hereby authorized to lease said property for

rental of forty-five dollars ($45.00) per month for a term of three (3) years, commencing July 1, 1918, and ending June 30, 1921, said rental to be payable out of the funds provided for the usual general operation of the division of health.

File No. 5643.
By Director Sprosty.

Resolved, by the board of control, that the director of public safety. be and he is hereby authorized and directed to enter into a contract with the Hazard Manufacturing Company, Wilkesbarre, Pa., lowest and best bidder, May 17th, 1918, for furnishing and delivering underground lead cable for the division of fire alarm system, department of public safety, in accordance with its bid of one thousand, eight hundred thirty-seven dollars and forty-two cents ($1,837.42).

File No. 5644.
By Director Farrell.

Resolved, by the board of control, that subsidiary agreement No. 919 modifying contract 11844 with Kelley-Demarest Construction Co. for concrete work for extension of the municipal power plant and providing for additional excavating and concrete work for coal storage, in the sum of eight thousand nine hundred dollars ($8,900.00) be and the same is hereby approved.


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