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    • Poet Levy to surrender today

    • Levy, Darryl Allen [D.A. Levy]; Lowell, James; Obscenity (Law); Actions & defenses; Law enforcement officers; Poets; Poetry
    • "Poet D.A. Levy -- accused of publishing and dispersing obscene literature-will surrender himself today, he told The Plain Dealer last night" -- from Cleveland Plain Dealer article, January 16, 1967.
    • Traffic accident

    • Broadway Ave.; Buses; Trailers; Traffic accidents
    • "Bus - Truck - collision ... 79th - Broadway" -- photo verso. "A WOMAN WAS INJURED when a CTS bus and a tractor-trailer truck collided during the morning rush-hour at Broadway and McBride Ave. A bus passenger, Mrs. Elizabeth D. Rose, 45 of 3680...
    • West Technical High School Football Rally

    • West Technical High School; Cleveland Public Schools; High Schools; Schools; Football; Sports
    • "Big Rally -- More than 3200 West Tech students jammed the school football stands yesterday for a combined pep and sportsmanship rally for the game with West High tomorrow night. Regis McAuley of The Press told the students, 'I am very happy with...
    • Bob Hope and friends

    • Hope, Bob; Entertainers; Comedians; Celebrities
    • "Having Fun with Bob Hope was Detective James Foley on Oct. 13 in Hollywood. Rear is Jack Hope, who was told by Foley: 'Don't send this picture to The Press.' " -- photo verso.
      "Bob Hope, Det. James Foley, Tony Martin. Rear is Jack Hope." --...
    • Bob Hope

    • Hope, Bob; Comedians; Entertainers
    • "Wake-Up America Rally - Boston, Mass: Framed by a Marine Color Guardsman (L) comedian Bob Hope salutes during the national anthem at Boston's City Hall plaza April 26. Some 20,000 persons gathered for a "Wake Up America" rally. A gala parade...
    • Chester homes terrace houses

    • Chester Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Streets; Houses
    • ''By: JAMES K. CHANDLER ... Real Estate Editor ... A home purchased ... a guaranteed title in hand ... cash gone ... mortgage payments and tax bills to meet ... then word from the OPA that never, no never, so long as OPA exists can you legally...
    • Prospect Avenue during rush hour

    • Prospect Ave.; Prospect Avenue (Cleveland, Ohio); Traffic; Traffic congestion
    • "RUSH-HOUR TIE-UPS on Prospect Ave. near Ontario Ave. could be cleared up easily, one frustrated motorist told The Press, if police clamped down on drivers who double and triple park in front of office buildings there. Motorists waiting to pick up...
    • Senator Thomas Dodd and Dr. Sam Sheppard

    • Homicides;Sheppard Murder Case;Sheppard, Sam;Dodd, Thomas;Senate Juvenile Delinquency Committee; Criminal investigations
    • "Dr. Sam Sheppard (right) arrived to testify before the Senate Juvenile Delinquency subcommittee 7/8 and was greeted by its chairman, Sen. Thomas Dodd, D-Conn.(left). In a prepared statement, Sheppard told a horrifying tale of being placed in the...
    • Rubble from bombing at 15805 Waterloo Road

    • Greene, Daniel J.;Organized crime;Labor leaders; Labor unions; Bombing; Bombs; Waterloo Road (Cleveland, Ohio); Crime scenes
    • "Only rubble - a pile of bricks and twisted metal are all that remain of the Waterloo Rd. building used as a business headquarters and residence by Danny Greene. Greene told The Press today that he was in bed on the second floor when the bomb went...
    • Jesse Owens meets the mayor of Philadelphia

    • Owens, Jesse; Athletes; Wilson, Samuel Davis; Mayors
    • "Philadelphia mayor greets Jesse Owens: Jesse Owens, the Cleveland Negro athlete, who won three Olympic championships, is greeted by Mayor [Samuel Davis] Wilson of Philadelphia. 'I am proud to know this great athlete,' the mayor told the audience...
    • Gov. James Rhodes meets with mayor Ralph Locher

    • Locher, Ralph; Mayors; Governors; Rhodes, James A.
    • "Columbus, Ohio: Ohio's utility rate-making law is costing taxpayers in excess of $1,000,000 a year, Cleveland mayor Ralph S. Locher, center, told Gov. James A. Rhodes, left, and Carl Johnson, utility commission chairman, at a meeting in the...
    • Promises of power; a political autobiography [e-book]

    • Stokes, Carl B.; Mayors; Politics & government
    • Carl Stokes was the mayor of Cleveland, Ohio, and famous as the first black mayor of a major American city. He put together a coalition and maintained it with the force of his personality and convictions. He attracted many idealistic and talented...
    • Cleveland : confused city on a seesaw [e-book]

    • Cleveland Plain Dealer; Porter, Philip Wylie; Newspapers; Recollections
    • No detached, scholarly, objective examination of the past, this is an eyewitness account of Cleveland during Phil Porter's fifty-year career as a working newspaperman in the city, told in his own blunt, subjective, often controversial style. Phil...

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