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    • Sweet Treats from McNally Doyle

    • Confectioneries; Cookies
    • "McNally_Doyle Wafers are those crispy thin cookies in five different flavors. About the size of a half dollar, they serve all purposes. The Frosted Spice Sticks are a famous baked confection, cut into pieces about the size of your finger. Full of...
    • Sad one-side movie revives the levy mystique

    • Levy, Darryl Allen [D.A. Levy]; Motion pictures; Obscenity (Law); Poets
    • "d.a. levy was a gentle, shy and despairing soul who wrote poems in the late 1960's in Cleveland. "if i scratch, i write," which tells of his short, sad life...was made by Konstantin Petrochuk. As a series of loving recollections of a sad,...
    • Grand Jury named beatnik poet in secret indictment on filth

    • Levy, Darryl Allen [D.A. Levy]; Lowell, James; Obscenity (Law); Actions & defenses; Law enforcement officers; Poets; Poetry
    • "Darryl A. Levy, poet and leading figure of the beatnik community in the University Circle area, was named in a secrete indictment which was returned by the Grand Jury last November and filed yesterday. Levy, 23, whose last known address was the...
    • Dorothy Kilgallen walks into the courthouse

    • Kilgallen, Dorothy; Sheppard Murder Case; Journalists; Courthouses
    • Dorothy Kilgallen was a prominent journalist, and the daughter of Hearst newspaperman James Lawrence Kilgallen. She appeared regularly on "What's My Line?" She wrote a syndicated column called "The Voice of Broadway" which discussed New York show...
    • Women reporters sit at the Sam Sheppard trial

    • Sheppard Murder Case; Journalists; Plain Dealer;
    • An unknown woman, Dorothy Kilgallen of the New York Journal American, Theo (Theodora) Wilson of the New York Daily News, and Jan Mellow the Plain Dealer sit. Dorothy Kilgallen was a prominent journalist, and the daughter of Hearst newspaperman...
    • Program for the week of July 19, 1942, featuring "Right You Are! (If You think so)"

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theatrical productions; Theater programs; Set designers; Abba, Marta; Pirandello, Luigi; Nobel prizes; Right You Are! (If You Think So); Schreckengost, Viktor, 1906-2008; Western Reserve...
    • Entertainment for the week began with a "Community Hour" performance by the Choral Society of Cain Park Theatre on Sunday, July 19, 1942. The evening also included a public discussion on the topic "Why do we fight?" by the Western Reserve...
    • Son goes to court to pay fine for busy father

    • Courtrooms; Judges; Celebrezze, Frank D.
    • "Pleading Guilty for his father, Thomas Mitchell, 13, appeared before Judge Frank D. Celebrezze and paid a $5 fine for traffic violation. Lester M. Mitchell, 10903 Superior Ave., wrote the Judge a note saying he was too busy to come to court......
    • The Diffi-Cult at the Lime Spider

    • Diffi-Cult; Bands; Music; Musicians; The Lime Spider; Giffels, David; Giffels, Ralph; The Difficult
    • The Diffi-Cult at the Lime Spider In March of 2006. One of the band members, David Giffels, also wrote the book Are We Not Men? We Are Devo!
    • Original Script for Square Pegs

    • Bands; Music; Musicians; Waitresses; Square Pegs
    • Script for the 1982-1983 CBS sitcom starring Sarah Jessica Parker. The Waitresses wrote and performed the theme song and appeared on the first episode as a band at a school dance, and played I Know What Boys Like.
    • Marta Abba as "Signora Flora" in "Right You Are! (If You Think So)", 1942

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Actresses; Theatrical Productions; Dramatists; Abba, Marta; Pirandello, Luigi; Right You Are! (If You Think So)
    • Italian actress Marta Abba appeared in numerous Italian and American films and Broadway productions throughout the 1920s and 1930s. She was the muse of the Nobel Prize winning dramatist Luigi Pirandello, who wrote the 1917 play "Così è, se vi...
    • Scene from "Right You Are (If You Think You Are)", starring Marta Abba

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theatrical productions; Scene; Actresses; Abba, Marta; Pirandello, Luigi; Right You Are! (If You Think So)
    • Marta Abba (far right) played "Signora Flora" in the Cain Park Theatre production of "Right You Are (If You Think You Are)". The world-famous Italian actress appeared in numerous Italian and American films and Broadway productions throughout the...
    • "Shoot The Devil" dance sequence from "More Love, Brother"

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theatrical productions; Henneke, Ben Graf, 1914-2009; Dance; Choreography; Cramer, Miriam; Shaker Heights (Ohio); Shakers
    • "Original drama utilizing authentic songs and Dances of the "Shaker" faith. Dances by Miriam Cramer. Music by Ben Graf Henneke"--photo verso. Henneke went on to become President of the University of Tulsa from 1958 to 1967. A professor of speech...
    • Program for the week of July 12, 1942, featuring "The Moon Is Down"

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theatrical productions; Theatrical producers & directors; Theater programs; Orchestras; Set designers; Phillipi, Herbert; Henneke, Ben Graf, 1914-2009; Steinbeck, John, 1902-1968
    • Entertainment for the week began with a "Community Hour" performance by the Cleveland Heights Community Orchestra, conducted by Boswell Jones, on Sunday, July 12, 1942. This was followed by a production of John Steinbeck's, "The Moon Is Down",...
    • Program for the week of August 9, 1942, featuring "In Time To Come"

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theatrical productions; Theater programs; Set designers; Mitchell, Edward; Koch, Howard; Huston, John, 1906-1987; Academy Awards (Motion pictures); Hollywood (Los Angeles, Calif.);...
    • Entertainment for the week began with a "Community Hour" performance by the Choral Society of Cain Park Theatre on Sunday, August 9, 1942. This was followed by a production of Howard Koch and John Huston's, "In Time to Come", which was performed on...
    • Program for the week of August 19, 1945, featuring "Countess Maritza"

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theater programs; Theatrical productions; Theatrical producers & directors; Wadsworth, Handel; Henneke, Ben Graf, 1914-2009; Set designers; Bird, Graham Gloster; Dance; Choreography;...
    • The theatrical production for the week of August 19, 1945 was "Countess Maritza", music by Emerich Kalman and book by Harry B. Smith. The Cain Park Theatre production was staged by Ben Graf Henneke and directed by Handel Wadsworth, with scenes...
    • Program for the week of June 17, 1945, featuring "Pirates of Penzance"

    • Cain Park Theatre; Cain Park; Theaters; Amphitheaters; Parks; Theater programs; Theatrical productions; Gilbert and Sullivan; Theatrical producers & directors; Wadsworth, Handel; Set designers; Gentile, Gerard; Dance; Bimboni, Winona; Henneke, Ben...
    • The theatrical production for the week of June 17, 1945 was Gilbert and Sullivan's "Pirates of Penzance". The Cain Park Theatre production was directed by Handel Wadsworth and staged by Ben Graf Henneke, with dances directed by Winona Bimbobi and...

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