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    • Ceremony to swear in new airport commissioner

    • Aircraft carriers; Airplanes; Airports; Cleveland Hopkins International Airport; Celebrezze, Anthony J.
    • "New airports commissioner will be Claude King, Mayor Celebrezze said today as William J. Rogers, former councilman, was sworn in as the city's first ports director. Celebrezze said King would be acting commissioner for the next three months while...
    • Children view tanks at Cleveland Aquarium

    • Aquariums; Cleveland Aquarium
    • "Pleasing blend of architectural materials make striking setting for fish displays in the new Cleveland Aquarium. Plastic-surfaced Videne paneling by Goodyear provides warm wood tones around exhibit tanks, while blue-green vinyl chips in the floor...
    • Bakers decorating a wedding cake

    • Bakers; Wedding cake; Saint John Cathedral (Cleveland, Ohio); Cakes
    • "[A] week of work went into this wedding cake, a replica of St. John Cathedral made by Gene Cheraso (left)and William Baraona of Baraona's Bakery, 11908 Kinsman Rd. The cake will be cut tonight at Swiss Hall, 2710 Walton Ave., for the wedding...
    • Eroding cliffs in Bay Village

    • Bay Village (Ohio); ; Waterfronts; Erosion
    • "LAKEFRONT CLIFF in Bay Village has added problems to shoreline property owners. Since last week, a section averaging eight feet wide and about 300 feet long has been dropping about one foot daily. '[woke] up one morning and found our back yard was...
    • Slanec family backyard

    • Big Creek (Ohio); Erosion; Backyards
    • "Slanec backyard at 3725 W. 129th St. ... Rain is a Pain to the Joseph Slanec family of 3725 W. 129th St. Every time it rains, another bit of their backyard washes into Big Creek. Mrs. Matilda Slanec says her brick garage, on solid land 18 years...
    • Judge Edward Blythin

    • Blythin, Edward, 1884-1958; Judges; Courtrooms; Sheppard Murder Case
    • Judge Edward Blythin sits in the courtroom. He supposedly said to journalist Dorothy Kilgallen that he thought that Sheppard was guilty. In the 1966 trial, the conviction was overturned as a result of the "media circus" that he let happen during...
    • Judge Edward Blythin

    • Blythin, Edward, 1884-1958; Judges; Sheppard Murder Case; Courtrooms
    • Judge Edward Blythin sits in his courtroom. Judge Blythin supposedly said to Dorothy Kilgallen, a journalist from New York City, that he thought Sheppard was guilty. The 1966 trial overruled the guilty conviction, noting that the judge allowed a...
    • Bond air conditioner installation

    • Bond Store; Department stores
    • “High-Riding Air Conditioner gets a lift from a 115-foot crane for installation in the Bond Clothing store at E. Ninth St. and Euclid Ave. The company is spending more than $10,000 to replace the air cooling system that was installed when the...
    • Monticello Road Bridge construction, 1954

    • Bridge construction; Monticello Boulevard Bridge Number 199 (South Euclid, Ohio); Cleveland Metroparks; Euclid Creek
    • "$1,100,000 Monticello Bridge now is under construction by the county. Set for completion next September, it will link Monticello and Wilson Mills Blvd. and provide a new throughway from Cleveland Heights all the way into Gates Mills. Bridge and...
    • Alexandria Road Extension, 1958

    • Bridges; Ohio Canal; Canal Road (Valley View, Ohio); Cuyahoga River; Construction; Pleasant Valley Road Bridge Spanning Cuyahoga River (Valley View and Independence, Ohio)
    • "Alexandria Rd. extension to Pleasant Valley Rd. and Rt. 21. Valley View looking west"--photo verso. "East-west county-spanning road which will link Alexander Rd. with Pleasant Valley Rd. across the Cuyahoga Valley will start receiving paving with...
    • City snowplows

    • Brooklyn; Snowplows; Snow removal
    • "MORE SNOWPLOW POWER was added to Brookleny recently with the arrival of a second sidewalk snowplow. Mayor John C. Coyne said now streets and sidewalks will be plowed in front of every Brooklyn home. The first sidewalk plow purchased last year was...

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