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    • Happen-In belts all obscenity

    • Levy, Darryl Allen [D.A. Levy]; Lowell, James; Ginsberg, Allen, 1926-1997; Obscenity (Law); Actions & defenses; Law enforcement officers; Poets; Poetry; Poetry readings; Case Institute of Technology
    • "Some came booted and bearded. Others wore sneakers or sandals. Most wore long flowing hair (the girls, too). It was a "happening" at Case Institute of Technology's Strosacker Auditorium yesterday afternoon and the proceeds went to the defense fund...
    • Radio Control Panel - Crile General Hospital

    • Crile Hospital; Hospitals; Military Hospitals; Parma (Ohio); Radio
    • "Broadcasting on the Hospital radio system, installed with the proceeds of the Heroes' Homecoming Fund is handled through this control board. The Heroes' Homecoming Campaign, sponsored by the Cleveland Press, raised a total of $175,000 to provide a...
    • Hospital Ward - Crile General Hospital

    • Crile Hospital; Hospitals; Military Hospitals; Parma (Ohio); Veterans
    • "In one of the orthopedic surgical wards the patients were photographed listening to the radio headsets installed with the proceeds of the Heroes' Homecoming Fund sponsored by the Cleveland Press. Photo by Crile General Hospital Public Relations...
    • Cleveland Aquarium

    • Cleveland Aquarium; Aquariums; Art objects; Fish
    • "The Cleveland Aquarium. Located at East 72nd Street and Interstate 90, Ohio's renowned Cleveland Aquarium exhibits live aquatic mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, invertebrates, and fishes from all over the world. Open all year; Tuesdays...
    • Shaw High School Production of "Bells Are Ringing"

    • Shaw High School; High Schools; Schools; East Cleveland; Theatrical productions
    • "Shaw High School players, Julie Nadeau (left), Becky Bennett, Debbie Holzheimer, John Chapman, Kathy Wasil, Chris Hin, Sue Riedel and Linda Cray rehearse for the school's presentation of the musical play "Bells Are Ringing." Performances will be...
    • Annual rummage sale for Lakewood Little Theater

    • Theaters; Lakewood Little Theatre/Beck Center
    • "Annual rummage sale of the Woman's Committee of Lakewood Little Theater will be held Thursday and Friday in the theatre, 17823 Detroit Ave., Lakewood. The sale will begin at 9:30 a.m. both days, end at 9 p.m. Thursday and at noon Friday. A variety...
    • Sign on front lawn of Shaw High School

    • Shaw High School; High Schools; Schools; East Cleveland
    • "Amateur advertising is this sign on the front lawn of Shaw High School in East Cleveland, where the city's annual Amateur Day is being plugged--with the first word on the sign misspelled. Proceeds from the event go to the city's little league...
    • Russian folk dancers

    • Cleveland (Ohio); Russians; Folk dancing; Children; Children's costumes; Costumes
    • "A CULTURAL PROGRAM will feature observation of the 20th annual Russian Day sponsored Sunday at St. Theodosius recreation grounds, Ridge and Biddulph Rds., Brooklyn. Among the participants will be a dance team including Cheryl Matyas (left),...
    • Three children in folk dancing costumes

    • Cleveland (Ohio); Russians; Folk dancing; Children; Children's costumes; Costumes
    • "TRIO OF RUSSIAN DANCERS will perform Sunday when the GReater Cleveland Council of Russian Orthodox Churches holds its 22d annual Russian Day at St. Theodosius Recreation Grounds, Ridge and Biddulph Rds. Brooklyn Dancers are (from left) Daniel...
    • Dr. Sam Sheppard with his trainer,  George Strickland

    • Homicides;Sheppard Murder Case;Sheppard, Sam;Strickland, George;Wrestling; Criminal investigations
    • "Dr Samuel Sheppard (left) puts a headlock on his trainer, George Strickland, as he readies himself for his first public wrestling appearance which will be a benefit match in Waverly, Ohio on August 9th. The proceeds will go to the Pike County...
    • Dr. Sam Sheppard

    • Homicides;Sheppard Murder Case;Sheppard, Sam;Wrestling; Criminal investigations
    • "Dr. Samuel Sheppard holds up a poster announcing his debut in professional wrestling, to be held August 9. The match will be held in Waverly, Ohio and proceeds will go to the Pike County Cancer Society. Sheppard (whose name is misspelled in the...
    • Dick Goddard and Paige Mueller

    • Goddard, Dick, 1937-; WJW-TV (Channel 8); CC Fair Exhibit
    • "Paige Mueller (2), daughter of TV 8 sportcaster Jim Mueller, and Dick Goddard (over 21) plot strategy for the third annual Woollybear Festival to be held at Birmingham, O. (Erie County) on Sunday, October 19th. Big parade begins at 1 P.M. followed...
    • 1972 newspaper article on Sheauga's Treasures.

    • Stores & shops; Century Village (Burton, Ohio)
    • A March 4, 1972 Geauga Times Leader article on Sheauga's Treasures, a crafts store which was located in Century Village and whose proceeds went to the Geauga County Historical Society.
    • Medina County Day, May 30, 1969

    • Greenwood, Fred; Fairs; Mayors; Beauty contestants
    • Mayor Fred Greenwood poses with Miss Ohio 1969 at Medina County Day on May 30th. Sign Reads: Sponsored by Medina Rotary Club Continuous Grandstand Entertainment: sky divers antique and classic car show, band music, children's activities, races,...
    • Jackasses are stubborn

    • Schools; Shaker Heights; Donkeys; Shaker Heights High School; Baseball
    • "Jackasses are stubborn even when they go to school as these 14 donkeys went to Shaker Heights High School overnight. They will be used as mounts for a fantastic game of baseball-on-donkeys at the school field tonight when student playground...

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