Our second stop in Beclean was at 96 December 1st 1918 Street. We walked down a very narrow alley behind the police station on that street and looked over the fence at about 35 visible stones.  The access was through private property, and we could not raise anyone there.  We then attempted to enter through another plot of private property from the direction of an elementary school, but that gate was locked.  We learned that the owner was a policeman, but we could not get a precise address for him.  I could not see the epitaph side of the stones but their overall impression was one of simplicity and lack of ornamentation, so we moved on to the next stop.