Cleveland: Confused City on a Seesaw

By Philip W. Porter

INDEX

Abortion (legal), 271

Acacia Country Club, 64

ACT (citizens group), 287

Adams, William II, 240, 258

Allegheny Corp., 29, 122

Allen, Forrest, 212

Allen Theater, 6, 184, 259, 287

Alpine Grill (Pirchner), 184

American Basketball Assn., 262

American Legion, 97, 108

American Shipbuilding Co., 234

American Society of Newspaper Editors, 22, 79, 81, 205

Anti-Saloon League, 112

Aquacade, 106

Ardizone, Arthur W., 277

Art Gravure Corp., 234

Aspromonte, Ken, 295

Associated Press, 82, 143, 221, 273

Associated Press Managing Editors Assn., 233

Association for Criminal Justice, 23

Auditorium Hotel, 187, 257

Baehr, Herman C. (mayor), 48

Bahamas (Freeport)246

Bailey Co.6,122, 216

Bailey, F. Lee, 209

Baker, Elbert H., 22, 69

Baker, Newton D. (mayor and secretary of war), 7, 17, 23, 29, 55, 65, 67-71, 89, 116

Baker, Mrs. Newton D., 71

Baker, Newton D. II, 71

Baker, Mrs. Newton D. II (Phyllis), 71

Baker Hall (Ohio State University), 71

Baker Hall (Newton D.), Case Western Reserve University, 71

Baker, Hostetler & Sidlo, 69, 240

Ball, Webb C., Co., 6

Baltimore (city of), 296

Bamboo Gardens, 12

Bang, Ed, 147

Barnett, Stanley P., 109

Barney, Mrs. W. Raymond (Dorothy), 60

Barrett, William, 263

Barry, Edwin D. (safety director), 36, 48

Bartlett, Joe, 119

Bartunek, Joseph W. (judge), 208, 249, 253

Bay Village, Oh., 9, 292

Beaufait, Howard, 246

Beck, Kenneth C., 292

Bedford, Oh., 10

Bell, Stu, 147

Bellamy, Edward, 78

Bellamy, John S., 83

Bellamy, Paul, 76, 78-85, 108-9, 138, 140, 147, 197, 205

Bellamy, Mrs. Paul (Mary Mitchell Henry), 83

Bellamy, Mrs. Paul (Marguerite Stark), 85

Bellamy, Peter, 84

Bellamy, Richard, 85

Bender, George H. (senator), 44, 46 , 104 , 111-19 , 129 , 134 , 176

Benesch, Alfred A., 7, 88-93

Benesch, Mrs. Alfred A. (Helen), 92

Ben Sapp, 75

Berea, Oh., 292

Bergener, A. E. M., 21, 109

Bernon, Maurice (judge), 42

Bernstein, Alex, 37

Besse, Ralph M., 226

"Best Location in the Nation," 3, 180

"Best Things in Life Are Here," 299

Bey, Ronald Grier, 265-66

B.l.C. (bus line), 281

Birns, Shondor, 294

Black caucus, 249, 256

Black Panthers, 247

Blackwell, Michael J. (police chief), 241

Blossom, Dudley S., 37, 50

Blossom Music Center, 292

Blue Ridge Corp., 29, 122

Blythin, Edward J. (mayor and judge), 8, 123, 211

Boardman, Thomas L., 202-3, 215, 233

Bohn, Ernest J., 50, 261

Bole, Maj. Ben P., 82, 191-92

Bole, Mrs. Ben P. (Roberta), 191

Bolton, Chester C. (congressman), 50

Bolton, Frances Payne (congresswoman), 129

Bond Court, 257

Bond issues (courts and jail buildings), 289

Bonda, Alva (Ted), 296

Bonwit-Teller Co., 184, 250, 297

Boston Braves, 139

Boston Globe, 196

Boston Herald-Traveler, 196

Boston Red Sox, 294

Bowler & Burdick Co., 6

Bowman Co., 6

Boudreau, Lou, 139

Bradley, Alva, 139

Bradley, Rev. Dan T., 41

Brainard, Henry S. (law director), 63, 69

Brecksville, Oh., 281

Bricker, John W. (governor and senator), 47, 129

Briggs, H. B. R., 21

Briggs, Paul W. (school supt.), 225

Briley, John Marshall, 127

Brooklyn Dodgers, 14, 294

Broun, Heywood, 204

Brown, Clarence J. (Ohio secretary of state), 42

Brown, John T. (lieutenant governor), 115

Brown, Paul, 240

Brown, Willard, 208

Browning-King Co., 6

Bryan, William Jennings, 54

Bryan, Wright, 183, 193, 214, 223

Bucur, Nicholas, 260

Burdock, Robert W., 275

Burke (Lakefront) Airport, 37, 136

Burke, Thomas A. (mayor and senator), 8, 63 , 65 , 104 , 118 , 133-36 , 175-79 , 239

Burke, Mrs. Thomas A. (Evelyn), 141

Burke, Mrs. Thomas A. (Jo), 140

Burrows Bros. Co., 255

Burton, Harold H. (mayor, senator, and justice), 8 , 45 , 50 , 65 , 88 , 94-95 , 109-11 , 123

Burton, Mrs. Harold H. (Selma), 111

Burton, Theodore E. (senator), 48

Butts, Charles L., 243-44

Byers, Edgar S., 59

C & B Line (steamship), 267

Cadek, Louis (capt.), 98

Call Post (Cleveland), 11

Campanella, Vincent (law director), 279

Campbell, Don, 99-100

Campbell, Richard D., 203

Campbell, Dr. Thomas F., 47

Canal Fulton, Oh., 292

Cannon, A. V., 46 , 64

Capone, Al, 96

Caribbean cruise ships, 284

Carlton Terrace, 12

Carnegie Avenue, 259

Carney, James M., 252-54 , 258 , 266 , 268 , 297

Carothers, Neil, 229

Carpenter, H. K., 193-94

Carter, George, 277

Case (Tech) School of Applied Science, 13

Case Western Reserve University, 13

Celebrezze, Anthony J. (mayor, HEW secretary, and judge), 66 , 177-78 , 208 , 216 , 226

Celebrezze Building (Anthony J.), 184

Celebrezze, Frank D. (safety director and judge), 63 , 177

Central National Bank, 74 , 137 , 251

Central (Champlain Avenue) Police Station, 14 , 25 , 289

Cermak, Albina, 208

Chagrin Falls, Oh., 119 , 292

Chamber of Commerce, 94 , 97 , 125 , 180 , 240

Chamberlin, Robert W. (judge), 101-2

Chandler, W. W., 147-48

Chandler & Rudd Co., 6 , 138

Channel 25 (Public Broadcasting Service), 293

Charter amendments (Cleveland), 40-42 , 254

Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad, 29 , 238

Chester Avenue, 259

Chester Commons, 288

Chesterfield Apartments, 184 , 251

Chicago (city of), 296 , 299

Chicago Tribune, 142-43

Christ, Harding, 203

Cincinnati Reds, 294

Citizens League, 9 , 13 , 140

City Club, 10 , 23 , 49 , 79 , 92 , 131-32 , 142 , 205 , 213 , 226 , 229

City Hospital, 47

City manager plan, 19

Civil Service Commission, 243-44 , 256

Clapp, Nettie M. (state representative), 50

Clarage, Eleanor, 144 , 147

Clausen, Bart, 229-30

Cleary, Jack, 147

Clement, Dr. Kenneth W., 239 , 241 , 251

Cleveland Advertising Club, 121 , 125

Cleveland Art Museum, 4 , 13 , 293

Cleveland Browns, 240 , 295

Cleveland Cavaliers, 295

Cleveland Clinic, 259

Cleveland Commercial, 26 , 143

Cleveland Crate & Truckin' Co., 288

Cleveland Crusaders, 295

Cleveland Development Foundation, 228

Cleveland (Great Lakes) Exposition (1936-37), 94 , 106-8 , 121

Cleveland Foundation, 18 , 285-86

Cleveland Heights, Oh., 9 , 251

Cleveland Indians, 14 , 139 , 240 , 294

Cleveland Magazine, 274 , 293

Cleveland Nets, 295

Cleveland News, The. See News, Cleveland

Cleveland NOW, 240 , 242 , 247 , 251

Cleveland Orchestra, 4 , 292-93

Cleveland Plain Dealer, The. See Plain Dealer, The

Cleveland Press, The. See Press, Cleveland

Cleveland Railway Co., 9 , 29

Cleveland State University, 47 , 228 , 258 , 287

Cleveland Transit System (CTS), 31 , 135-36 , 260 , 268 , 278 , 280

Cleveland Trust Co., 73-74 , 137 , 252

Clevelander Club, 183

Cline, John A., 45

Clothey, Tom, 98

Cloud, Roger, 133

Club Madrid, 12

Cobbledick, Gordon R., 144 , 147

Cochill, Frank, 245

Coffey, Lewis W. (police chief), 246

Coliseum (Richfield), 261 , 295

Collins, James W., 218

Columbus (city of), 9 , 260 , 294

Columbus Dispatch, 142

ComCorp. (Sunpapers), 255 , 276 , 282

"Come to Cleveland Committee," 121

Commissioners (county), 270 , 278

Committee to Combat Fascism, 247

Communications Center, 244

Community Relations Board, 226

Condon, George E., 150-51

Continental Shares, 122

Convention and Visitors Bureau, 205 , 283

Convention Center, 283

Coolidge, Calvin (president), 23

Cooper, Mrs. Arthur (Shirley), 214

Cooper, Kent, 82

Cooper, Myers Y. (governor), 60

CORE, 225

Corrigan, Hugh, 266

Corrigan, John T. (county prosecutor), 228 , 265

Cotner, Mercedes D. (council clerk), 266 , 268

Couey, James, 277

Coughlin, Rev. Charles, 62 , 107

Council (Cleveland), 263-64 , 269-70 , 278

County charter, 9 , 140

County Prosecutor's Office, 289

Court houses (Cuyahoga County), 288

Cowell & Hubbard Co., 6

Cox, Dale, 144 , 147

Cox, James M. (governor), 60

Coy, Francis A., 286

Crabbe, C. C. (Ohio attorney general), 112

Cragin, Raymond T., 229

Creager, Marvin, 81

Creech, Harris, 75 , 137

Crime problems, 293

Cullitan, Frank T. (county prosecutor), 63 , 99

Curry, John F. (county commissioner), 63

Cuyahoga River, 3, 13 , 285 , 288 , 291

D & C Line (steamship), 267

Daisy Hill Farm, 31

Damm, Adam, 124

Danaceau Saul S. (judge), 43 , 209

Dauby, Nathan L., 203

Davey, Martin L. (governor), 91

Davis, Benjamin O., Jr. (lieutenant general, retired; and safety director of Cleveland), 245-47

Davis charter amendments, 40-42

Davis, Harry E., 50

Davis, Harry L. (mayor and governor), 8 , 17 , 39 , 48 , 62 , 65 , 85-88 , 94 , 251

Davis, James B. (law director), 279

Davis, James C., 257

Davis, John W., 23

Davis, W. B. Co., 6 , 138

Davy, William M., 212-13

Day, Arthur H. (judge), 42 , 65

Dearborn, Philip (finance director), 250

DeMaioribus, Alexander M. (councilman), 44 , 104 , 116-17 , 119 , 134 , 176

Dempsey, John B. (state representative), 50

Depression, the, 52-53 , 72-73

Derthick, Everest P., 217

DeSauze, Dr. Emile B., 91

Detroit (city of), 296 , 299

Detroit Free Press, 245

Dewey, Thomas E. (governor), 121

Diamond Jim's (cafe), 268

Dickey, Lincoln G., 94 , 106

Diebold Safe & Lock Co., 105

Diem, William R., 275

Dietz, David, 93 , 147

DiPalma, Anthony, 219 , 276

DiSantis, Anthony J., 222

Doggett, Robert, 265

Doherty, Joe, 29

Dolgan, Robert, 275-76

Donahey, Vic (governor and senator), 39 , 42 , 60 , 64 , 126

Downer, Edward T., 43

Downtown Cleveland Corp., 286

Doyle, James E., 147

Dugan, F. William, 217 , 221 , 277

Dworkin, Harry, 275

East Cleveland, 9 , 251

Eaton Corp., 183

Eaton, Cyrus S., 122 , 238

Edgewater Park, 14 , 292

Ehrlichman, John M., 265 , 271

Eisenhower, General Dwight D. (president), 118 , 127-29 , 176

Ellenburg, William, 245-46

Elwell, Herbert, 147

Elyria, Oh., 15

Elysium, The, 13

Empire Coil Co., 151

Engineers National Bank, 73

Erie, Lake, 3 , 4 , 14-15 , 25 , 291-92

Erie Railroad, 29

Erieview, 177 , 180-88 , 194 , 196 , 211 , 224 , 228-29 , 261

Ervin, Sam (senator), 264

Esterhas, Joe, 273-74

Ethnic Groups, 11 , 62 , 124 , 179 , 204 , 225 , 237 , 254 , 298

Euclid, Oh., 9 , 74 , 211 , 281

Euclid Avenue, 4-5 , 122 , 181-82 , 216 , 259 , 286-87 , 293-94 , 297

Evans, Fred (Ahmed), 242

Evergreen Magazine, 273

Excell, Matt, 70

Fagan's (cafe), 268

Fanner, J. K., 18

FBI, 236 , 246

Federal subsidies, 261 , 265 , 270-72 , 278 , 281

Federation of Women's Clubs, 204

Feighan, Michael A. (congressman), 62

Feller, Bob, 139

Ferguson, Joseph (state treasurer), 129

"Fickle Finger of Fate," 263

Finkle, Herman H. (councilman), 57

Fischer-Rohr's (restaurant), 64 , 184

FitzGerald, Williams S. (mayor), 18

Flanagan, Emmett J., 138

Fleming, Thomas W. (councilman), 43

Flynn, John, 102

Forbes, George (councilman), 263 , 268 , 278 , 281 , 284-85 , 287 , 298

Ford (Model-T), 12

Ford, Gerald (president), 271 , 283

Forest City Publishing Co., 76-77 , 109 , 145 , 182-83 , 190-98 , 235

Forest Hills, 7 , 251

Frankfurter, Felix (justice), 18

Freiberger, I. F., 80 , 137 , 147-48 , 151 , 192-96 , 218 , 223 , 235

Friebolin, Carl D. (judge), 7 , 60 , 79 , 88 , 93 , 114 , 131-32

Fritchey, Clayton, 103

Front Row (theater), 292

Galbreath, John W., 183

Gardner, Bertram W., 226 , 251

Garey, Lloyd F. (police chief), 243

Garfield Heights, Oh., 9 , 10 , 281

Garofoli, Anthony J. (councilman), 249 , 253 , 266

Gateway Project, 261 , 267

Gentsch, Charles, 188

George, Clayborne, 50

Gerber, Dr. Samuel T. (coroner), 63 , 209

Gerity, Patrick L. (police chief), 243-45

Gerlach, Mrs. Jean, 276

Gesell, Gerhard A., 20

Gilligan, John J. (governor), 130 , 132 , 267 , 283 , 291

Ginsberg, Edward, 291

Glenn, John M. (senator), 218 , 268 , 270-72 , 278 , 298

Glenville area, 5, 186 , 241-42

"Gold Coast" (Lakewood), 15

Golden Pheasant (restaurant), 12

Gongwer, W. Burr, 7 , 8 , 24 , 34 , 40 , 53 , 59 , 60-64 , 203

Gordon Park, 14 , 292

Gorman, Joseph F. (county commissioner), 63

Goulder, Grace (Izant), 147

Graham, Sterling E., 80-81 , 138-40 , 148-52 , 195 , 212 , 217

Graul, Jacob (police chief), 20

Great Lakes Exposition (1936-37), 106-8 , 121

Great Lakes Mall, 297

"Great Society, 265"

Greater Cleveland Associated Foundation, 243

Green, Mrs. Helen H. (councilwoman), 33

Greene, Danny, 294

Greene, Richard, 239

Greene, Warde, 144

Greenough, Mrs. Henry (Emory), 191

Greenough, Peter B., 196 , 217

Gregg, Forrest, 295

Greyhound Bus Lines, 281

Gridiron Club dinner, 131

Grisanti, Alfred M., Jr. (councilman), 183

Gross, Dr. Jerome, 93

Grossman, Marc J., 64

Growth Association (Cleveland), 240 , 257-58 , 268 , 282 , 285-86 , 299

Guardian, The (police magazine), 243

Guardian Trust Co., 73-74 , 137

Guild, Cleveland Newspaper, 78 , 81 , 152 , 204 , 211 , 219-23 , 274-77

Guillozet, Joseph F., 218

Gun control (Cleveland ordinance), 270

Gund, George J., 137 , 235 , 262

Guren, Sheldon B., 267 , 291

Guthrie, Thomas R., 218 , 233 , 274

Haberle, Ron, 273

Hackathorn, Kenneth K., 193-94

Hadden, John A. (state representative), 50

Haldeman, H. R., 265 , 271

Hall, George, 149

Halle Brothers Co., 6 , 122 , 135 , 184 , 297

Halprin, Lawrence & Associates (Halprin Plan), 285-88 , 291 , 296

Hanna, Dan R., Jr., 21 , 76

Hanna, Mrs. Helen Maschke, 51

Hanna, Jay L., 282

Hanna, Marcus A. (senator), 7

Hanna, M. A. Co., 183

Hanna Theater, 6 , 12 , 268 , 293

Hanning, Maurice F., 38

Hanrahan, James, 150

Hanratty, Edward J., 21

Harding, Warren G. (president), 17 , 86

Harris, George B. (judge), 41

Harrison, H. Stuart, 226

Hartman, Robert, 277

Harvard Club, 100-101

Harvey's Oak Room (restaurant), 185

Harwood, Michael (Capt.), 98

Hatch, J. Stephen, 275-76

Hatcher, Richard, 238

Hathaway's (store), 184

Hatton, Dr. A. R. (councilman), 23 , 33-34

Hays, Mrs. Lois, 239

Head Start, 241

HEW (Health, Education and Welfare Department of), 186

Heights Sun Press, 220

Henry, Noah, 222

Herbert, Phil, 194

Herbert, Thomas J. (governor), 127

Herrick, Myron T. (ambassador), 57 , 63

Hertz, David Ralph (traction commissioner and judge), 63

Hickey, William, 263

Hickory Grill (restaurant), 184

Higbee Co., 6 , 14 , 25 , 122 , 135 , 255 , 267 , 285

High Level Bridge, 13

Highway Research Bureau, 178

Hill Industries, 291

Hilton Hotel, on the Mall (proposed), 187-88

Hippodrome Theater, 6

Hirschfeld, Wilson, 274-75

Hirstius, A. J. (Gus), 34

Hocking Valley Railroad, 29

Hodges, Paul, 108

Holden, Albert F., 191 , 197

Holden estate, 80 , 109 , 191-99 , 214 , 234-35

Holden, Guerdon S., 191 , 196-99 , 234

Holden, Mrs. Guerdon S. (Anne), 198-99

Holden, Liberty E., 217

Holiday Inn, 184 , 258

Hollenden Hotel, 187 , 197

Hollenden House, 231 , 252 , 258

Hollington, Richard, Jr. (law director), 256

Holm, Eleanor, 106

Hoover, Herbert (president), 43

Hopcraft, David, 275

Hopkins (Cleveland) Airport, 11 , 37 , 261

Hopkins, William R. (city manager), 8 , 23 , 35-36 , 44 , 49

Hopwood, Erie C., 21 , 34 , 36 , 69 , 76 , 78-79 , 108

Hornbeck, Donald, 67

Horvitz, Harry, 276

Hostetler, Joseph C., 7 , 69

Hotel shortage, 257 , 284-85

Hough area, 5 , 181 , 186 , 224 , 231-33 , 259

Howard, Jack, 201

Howard, Nathaniel R., 108 , 138 , 140

Howard, Roy W., 201 , 203 , 214-15

Howley, Lee A. (law director), 239

HUD (Housing and Urban Development, Department of), 230 , 296

Hughes, Robert, 119 , 268

Humphrey, George M. (secretary of treasury), 129 , 176

Humphrey, Hubert (vice president), 241

Hunting Valley, 31

Hupp Motor Co., 5

Huron Road Mall, 185 , 288

ICC (Interstate Commerce Commission), 24-25 , 56

Income tax, increases proposed (Cleveland), 248-49 , 271-72

Ingalls, David S. (state representative), 50

International Assn. of Police Chiefs, 246

International Falls, Minn., 149

International News Service, 143

Interracial Businessmen's Committee, 226 , 231

Investment Plaza, 251-52

Ireland, Tom, 208

Irwin, Spencer D., 144

IT&T, 296

JFK House, 225

Jackson, Herbert C., 49

Jackson, Mrs. Herbert C. (Norma), 49

Jackson, Leo A. (councilman and judge), 241 , 249

Jackson, Perry B. (state representative and judge), 50

Jenks, Mrs. Ben F. (Daisy), 31

Johnson, Lyndon B. (president), 129

Johnson, Tom L. (mayor), 7 , 48 , 52 , 54-55 , 68 , 201

"Jolly Green Giant" (war memorial), 206

Joseph, Frank E., 226

Junior League, 185 , 259

Justice Anti-Trust Division (Department of), 145 , 152

Justice Center, 14 , 270 , 288-90

Justices of the Peace, 75 , 112-15

Kaber, Dan, 18

Kamm, Herbert, 277

Kane, Hugh, 109 , 139

Kane, Russell W., 274

Kansas City, Mo., 284-85

Kansas City Star, 142

Karpis, Alvin, 101

Keith's Palace Theater, 6 , 184 , 267 , 287

Kelley, Walter C., 282

Kellstadt, Charles H., 121 , 134

Kelly, Ralph J., 103-4

Kennedy, John F. (president), 133 , 211 , 216

Kent State University riots, 247

Keough, William C. (judge), 38

Kingsbury Run, 27

Kinney & Levan Co., 121

Kissell, Carter H., 226 , 230

Klein, Howard B., 251 , 255 , 257 , 269 , 278

Klein (G. R.) News Agency, 276

Klementowicz, Bronis, 230

Klunder, Rev. Bruce W., 225

Knuth, Edward (finance director), 230

Kobrak, Herbert, 80

Kohler, Fred (mayor and sheriff), 8, 18

Kopp, Roy O., 277

Korean War, 11

Kucinich, Dennis (councilman and municipal court clerk), 278 , 298

Kucinich, Gary (councilman), 298

Kudukis, Raymond (utilities director), 260

Kundtz Co., Peter, 15

LaFollette, Robert M. (senator), 21 , 23

Lakefront area, 292

Lakefront railroad station, 11

Lakeview Cemetery Assn., 71

Lakewood, Oh., 9

Lakewood Police Department, 18

Lamb, Paul, 20

Landon, Alf M. (governor), 107

Last Moving Picture Company, 287

"Laugh-In" (TV show), 3 , 263

Lausche, Frank J. (mayor, governor, and senator), 8 , 66 , 104 , 118 , 123-33 176, 179 , 206 , 230 , 262 , 298

Lausche, Mrs. Frank J. (Jane), 130

Lausche, Harold (parks director), 179

Lavelle, Martin J. (safety director), 87

Lawrence, Wes, 97

L.B.S. editorials, 205 , 207

Leader, Cleveland, 22 , 143 , 202

League Park, 14-15

Lee-Seville area, 248

Leighley, P. L. A. (judge), 63

LERTA (Lake Erie Regional Transit Authority), 257

Levenberg, Lawrence F., 109

Levenson, William E. (school supt.), 225

Lewis, Whitey (Franklin), 147

Life (magazine), 190 , 200 , 273

Limber, James M. (inspector), 98

Lindner, Coy, 6

Lister, James M., 229

Little, John C., 239

"Little Hoover Commission, 230

Locher, Cyrus S. (senator), 64

Locher, Ralph S. (mayor and judge), 66 , 179 , 186-87 , 211 , 225-26 , 227-38

Lorain, Oh., 15

Los Angeles (city of), 299

Los Angeles Times, 142

Loveland, Roelif, 147

Lowe, Allen J., 135

Lynch, Frederick J., 282

Lyndhurst, Oh., 9

Machaskee, Alex, 274

MacMurray, Claire, 147

Madison, Oh., 74

Mafia, the, 245

Maher, Richard L., 203

Mall, the, 27 , 187

Manger Hotel, 187

Manry, Robert, 274

Maple Heights, Oh., 281

Marsh, W. Ward, 147

Marshall Bill, 112-14

Marshall-Field Co., 184 , 297

Marshall, J. T. (state senator), 112

Marshall Plan (Truman), 80

Martin, Earle, 21 , 76 , 108 , 143

Martin, Dr. Edward, 239 , 260

Martin, Mrs. Mary B., 90

Martin, Thomas J., 90-91

Maschke diary (in Plain Dealer), 35 , 50

Maschke, Maurice, 8 , 19 , 34-35 , 40 , 47-51, 203

Maschke, Mrs. Maurice (Minnie), 51

Maschke, Maurice, Jr. (Buddy), 51

Matowitz, George J. (police chief), 87 , 96

Matson, Carlton K., 70 , 203

Maxey, C. B., 239

May Co., 6 , 122 , 134 , 203 , 286

May, Mrs. Joan (Bellamy), 85

Mayer, J. George, 188

Mayfair (supper club), 12

Mayfield Heights, Oh., 292

McAdoo, William G., 23

McAuley, Ed, 147

McCahill, Charles F., 109

McCarrens, John S., 76-77 , 80 , 146 , 192

McDermott, William F., 84 , 147

McDermott, William J. (judge), 140 , 179

McDonald's (restaurant), 185

McElroy, Mark, 228

McGannon, William J. (judge), 18

McGee, John, 99-100

McGill, Neil T. (judge), 63

McGinley, Mrs. John R. (Gertrude), 191

McGinty, James J. (councilman), 45 , 57

McGruder, Robert D., 246 , 298

McGwinn, George D., 58

McKay, Dr. J. Gordon, 178

McLaughlin, Harry J., 41

McLean, Eugene, 21

McManamon, Joseph P. (safety director), 239 , 243-45

McMaster, William H. (inspector), 206

McMonagle, George J. (judge), 259

McSweeney, John E. (congressman), 110

McWilliams, Jim, 115-16

McWilliams, John O. (county engineer), 63 , 178

Meilink, John G., 77 , 146 , 192

Mentor, Oh., 292

Merrick, Frank J. (safety director and judge), 63

Metropolitan Theater, 194

Metzenbaum, Howard (senator), 239 , 269 , 296

Metzger, Pierce D., 61

Midland Bank, 137

Mileti, Nick, 261 , 295-96

Milgrim's (store), 184 , 250

Miller, Creighton, 61

Miller, Don (judge), 65

Miller, Harry, 65

Miller, Ray C. (judge), 90 , 140

Miller, Ray T. (mayor and county prosecutor), 8 , 42 , 47 , 53 , 64-67 , 125 , 177 , 179 , 228

Miller, Ray T., Jr. (state senator), 67

Millionaire's Row (Euclid Avenue), 5

Milwaukee Journal, 81

Missouri Pacific Railroad, 29

Mitchell, John (attorney general), 271

Model Cities, 241 , 256 , 265-67

Modell, Arthur, 240

Modular homes (for convention), 284

Moley, Raymond, 18

Mooney, Charles A. (congressman), 62

Moore, Dan T., 104

Morgan, Daniel E. (city manager and judge), 8 , 45-46 , 50 , 53-54

Moran, George, 35

Morgan, J. P. & Co., 25

Morgan, Victor, 21

Mounds Club, 100

Mt. Sinai Hospital, 259

Mullaney, J. Barry, 223 , 233

Murphy, William J. (postmaster), 34-35

Murray, James F. (Lt.), 243

Murway, Richard D., 239

Musicarnival, 292

Musicians union, 288

My-Lai (Vietnam) massacre photos, 273

NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People), 239

NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration), 218

National City Bank, 137

Ness, Bobby, 105-6

Ness, Eliot, 95-106 , 125 , 241

Ness, Mrs. Eliot (Betty), 104-6

Ness, Mrs. Eliot (Edna), 102

Ness, Mrs. Eliot (Evaline), 102

Newark, N.J. (city of), 297

Newburgh area, 41

Newburgh Heights, Oh., 100

Newhouse, Samuel I., 234-35

News, Cleveland, 10 , 21 , 36 , 76 , 139 , 142 , 180-83 , 187 , 190-91 , 193-96 , 202 , 207 , 209

News-Leader, Sunday, 144

Newsweek, 190 , 224

New York (city of), 296 , 299

New York Central Railroad, 12 , 25 , 234

New York Giants, 294

New York Mets, 294

New York Post, 273

New York Times, 143 , 276

New York World Telegram, 215

New York Yankees, 294

Nickel Plate Railroad, 12 , 27

Nixon, Richard M. (president), 216 , 241 , 256 , 265 , 271

NOACA (Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency), 257

Norfolk & Western Railroad, 30-31

North Bass Island, 57 , 59

North Olmsted, Oh., 10 , 281

Norweb, Mrs. R. Henry, 191

Norton, Laurence H. (state representative), 50

NOVA (art gallery), 185

Oakwood Club, 93

O'Connor, George (safety director), 250

O'Donnell, Doris, 226, 236

O'Donnell, John M. (sheriff), 90-91 , 140

O'Neill, C. William (governor and judge), 129

Ohio Bell Telephone Co., 183

Ohio National Guard, 232 , 242

Ohio Pollution Control Board, 260

Ohio State football, 294

Ohio Theater, 6 , 287

Old Court House and Jail, 14

Olds Motor Co., 5

Orgill, John H., 35 , 48

Orwell (Oh.) bus line, 281

Otis & Co., 122

Painesville, Oh., 15

Paris-Match, 106

Park Centre, 184 , 261

Parker, George B. (Deac), 21

Parma, Oh., 9 , 74 , 211

Parmatown shopping center, 134 , 297

Parrino, Thomas J. (judge), 206

Patterson, Grove, 81

Paul, Gabe, 240 , 262

Peck & Peck (store), 184 , 250

Peerless Motor Co., 5

Pei, 1. M., 180

Pennsylvania Railroad, 12

Penton Publishing Co., 290

Pepper Pike Club, 26

Pere Marquette Railroad, 29

Perk, Ralph J. (mayor), 208 , 233 , 244 , 247 , 255-72 , 283-85 , 297-98

Peters, Richard D., 203 , 239

Pettibone Club, 100

Philadelphia Bulletin, 142

Pick-Carter Hotel, 187 , 257-58

Pickands-Mather Co., 59

Picket lines, 220 , 275

Pickle Bill's (cabaret), 268

Pierre's (restaurant), 184

Pinkney, Arnold, 252-54 , 297

Pittsburgh Pirates, 294

Plain Dealer, The, 10 , 21 , 36 , 40 , 47 , 74 , 76-85 , 108-9 , 118 , 125 , 138 , 142 , 145 , 152 , 180 , 182 , 187-88 , 190-98 , 207 , 209 , 212-14 , 217-24 , 231 , 233-37 , 245-47 , 254-56 , 272 , 278 , 282 , 286-87 , 293

Plain Dealer-News Building (Forest City Publishing Co.), 195 , 198 , 234

Playhouse, The, 4 , 12 , 259 , 292

Playhouse Square, 6 , 122 , 250 , 258 , 286 , 293

Playhouse Square Association, 185 , 267 , 287

Police Academy, 243-44

Police Headquarters (Payne Avenue), 14 , 288

Police Patrolman's Assn., 264

Porter, Albert S. (county engineer), 66 , 178-79 , 208 , 249

Porter, Philip W., 24 , 97 , 147 , 151 , 178 , 188, 211 , 217 , 221 , 233 , 243 , 289

Portland Journal, 81

Potter, William E. (councilman), 43 , 57 , 75

Potts, Emmett J. (capt.), 87

Pound, Roscoe, 18

Press, Cleveland, 10 , 21 , 36 , 40-47 , 61 , 77-78 , 83-84 , 125 , 142 , 145 , 152 , 180-84 , 190 , 194 , 196 , 198 , 200-215 , 236, 240 , 249 , 252-54 , 272-73 , 275-78 , 282 , 286

Price, John, 293

Princiotto, Ted, 218 , 274

Printers union, 220 , 222

Progressive Government Committee, 44

Prohibition, 85 , 112

Public Hall, 13 , 283

Public Library, 13

Public Square, 13 , 286-87

Public Utilities Commission (Ohio), 263

Putka, Andrew (finance director), 256 , 266 , 279

Pyke, Mrs. Bernice S. (customs collector), 42 , 44 , 63 , 65

Rademaker, Gerald A. (police chief), 256

Radio-TV blackout (editorial), 77

Rand, Sally, 106

Ravenna, Oh., 292

Reavis, John W., 226

Recession (1974-75), 272-73

Reeves, Russell H., 218 , 274

Reid, Ogden, 82

Regional Sewer Authority, 259

Regional Transit Authority (RTA), 269 , 277 , 280-83 , 296

Republican National Conventions, 23 , 107 , 283-85

Reynolds, James A. (county commissioner), 63

Rhodes, James A. (governor), 127 , 208 , 221 , 233 , 283-84

Richmond Mall, 297

Rickey, Harry, 21

Riebe, Warren (finance director), 279

Rimmel, David I., 274

Ring, Leo J., 235 , 276

Rini, Michael, 266

Roberts, Michael D., 274 , 292

Robertson, Carl T., 47

Robertson, Helen, 147

Robinson, Frank, 295

Robinson, Lewis, 225

Robinson, Ted, 147

Rockefeller, John D., 7

Rockefeller, Nelson (vice president), 271

Rocky River, Oh., 9

Rogers, George M., 76

Ronis, Leonard J., 287

Roosevelt, Franklin D. (president), 32 , 62 , 73 , 80 , 120-21

Roosevelt, Theodore (president), 114

Rose, Dr. and Mrs. George, 93

Rose, H. Chapman, 176

Rose, Nelson, 176

Rowan and Martin ("Laugh-In," TV show), 263

Russell, Jack P., 183, 248

Rusty Scupper (restaurant), 287

Ruthenberg, Dan, 212

Sagalyn, Sam, 98

Saunders, Joseph P., 213 , 236 , 239

Saxbe, William B. (senator and attorney-general), 132 , 268

School Headquarters building, 13

Schooley, Liston G. (councilman), 43 , 57

Schorr, Edwin D. (commerce director), 110

Schrembs, Bishop Joseph, 41

Scripps-Howard Newspapers, 77 , 93 , 103 , 146 , 148 , 193 , 210

Sears-Roebuck Co., 121 , 134

Seawright, William, 251

"Secret Six," 98

Segal, Eugene, 229

Seghi, Phil, 295

Seltzer, Charles Alden, 202

Seltzer, Louis B., 21 , 70 , 123 , 140 , 150 , 177, 196 , 200-216 , 224 , 233 , 254-55

Seltzer, Mrs. Louis B. (Marion), 200 , 202 , 204 , 214

Seltzer, Robert M., 144

Settlers' Landing, 267, 291

Severance Center, 297

Severance Hall, 13

Shaker Heights, Oh., 9

Shaker Rapid Iransit, 10, 27, 135, 261, 268, 280-81

Shaw, Archer H., 22

Shaw, Norman, 203 , 215

Shepardson, Ray, 185 , 287

Sheppard, Dr. Sam, 208-211

Sheraton-Cleveland Hotel, 25 , 187 , 268

Sherwin, John, Jr., 239

Shopping News, 143 , 175 , 204 , 222

Short Vincent Avenue, 140

Sidlo, Thomas L., 7 , 69

Siegel, Norman, 147

Silbert, Samuel H. (judge), 202-3

Sills, Beverly, 196

Silver, Rabbi Abba Hillel, 41 , 203

Silverman, Alvin M. (Bud), 91

Silverstein, Abe, 218 , 257

Sirica, John J. (judge), 264

Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, 234

Skorich, Nick, 295

Sloan, Edward W., Jr. (Pike), 229

Sly, W. W., 18

Smith, Alfred E. (governor), 23

Soldiers & Sailors Monument, 286

Southgate, 297

Southworth Co., 6 , 138

Sowinski Park, 225

Spaeth, Arthur, 147

Special election (July 22, 1975), 281-82

Spector, Sidney D., 239

Stadium, The Cleveland, 15 , 121 , 261 , 292

Standard Bank, 72

Stanton, Edward C., 65

Stanton, James V., 248-49 , 253

Stashower, Fred, 132

State Building Authority (Ohio), 291

State Office Building, 267 , 291

State Theater, 6 , 184 , 267 , 287

Statler Hotel, 187

Stephan, Robert S., 144 , 150

Sterling, Donald J., 81

Sterling-Lindner-Davis Co., 138 , 184 , 216 , 229

Sterling & Welch Co., 6 , 122 , 138

Stevenson, Adlai (governor), 103 , 176

Stillman, Saul (judge), 119

Stillman Theater, 6

Stinchcomb, William A., 7

Stoddart, Richard S., 282

Stokes, Carl B. (mayor), 11 , 88 , 187 , 231 , 236-38 , 254 , 257 , 298

Stokes, Louis N. (congressman), 249

Storer Broadcasting Co., 151 , 194

Stouffer, Gordon, 100

Stouffer, Vernon B., 100 , 240 , 261

Stouffer Restaurants, 122 , 183 , 258 , 287

Strawbridge, Herbert C., 285-86 , 288

Strawhat theaters, 292

Strikes, Cleveland newspaper, 138 , 195 , 211-13 , 219-23 , 272-77

Sulgrave Club, 129

Sullivan, Joseph Philip (judge), 140

Sulzberger, Arthur H., Sr., 82

Sulzmann, John M. (councilman and sheriff), 70 , 206

Sunday liquor sales, 257

Superhighway, 175

Superior Avenue, 286

Superior Viaduct, 13

Sweeney, Martin L. (judge and congressman), 62 , 65 , 108

Taft, Charles P., 127

Taft, Robert A., Sr. (senator), 118-21 , 129 , 176-77

Taft, Seth C. (county commissioner), 236 , 249

Taft, William Howard (president and chief justice), 48

Tavern, The (restaurant), 184

Taylor, William, Son & Co., 6 , 122 , 216

Teamsters Union, 119 , 211 , 219

Tebbenjohanns, Mrs. Ariane (Sheppard), 210

Telerama (cable TV), 67

Templar Motor Co., 5

Terminal Tower, 14 , 25 , 122 , 290

Thackrey, Ted, 21

Thayer, Mrs. Katherine Holden, 191

Thomas, Fred W. (council clerk), 43

Thompson, Col. Carmi A., 39

Three-D Charter Amendment, 43

Time (magazine), 190 , 224

Times-Commercial, Cleveland, 26 , 143

"Tinkerbelle" (Manry sailboat), 274

Toledo Blade, 81

Tower City, 267 , 290

Townsend, Dr. Francis E., 107

Townsend Plan, 107

Trailways Bus Lines, 281

Treon, William C., 274

Truman, Harry S. (president), 110 , 127 , 133 , 175

Tuckerman, Dr. L.ouis B., 54

Tuckerman twins (doctors), 54

Turk, Edward J. (councilman), 256 , 263

Turner, Edward C. (attorney general and judge), 42

Union Club, 197

Union Commerce Bank, 136

Union Terminal, 6 , 12

Union Trust Co., 6 , 73-74 , 136

United Auto Workers Union, 282

United Press, 143 , 221

University-Euclid area, 181 , 186 , 211

University Heights, Oh, 9 , 74 , 134

University Hospitals, 186 , 259

"Untouchables, The," 95 , 105-6< /P>

Urban renewal, 177 , 180-87

U.S. Realty Inc., 290-91

U.S. Steel Co., 183

U.S. Supreme Court, 210

Vail, Herman L. (state representative), 50 , 218

Vail, Thomas V. H., 151 , 183 , 208 , 211-14 , 217-18 , 223-24 , 234-37 , 274

Van Buren, John A., 217

Vance, John W., 109

Van Sweringen, O. P. and M. J., 6 , 24 , 45 , 56 , 74 , 122 , 143 , 203 , 262 , 289

Varga, Hugo (parks director), 37

Veeck, Bill, 139

Volk, Harry, 220 , 255 , 269 , 276 , 278

Vorpe, William G., 81

Wade Park area, 5 , 181 , 186 , 259

Wagner, Richard (police chief), 225 , 231

Waitt, Mrs. Maude (state senator), 50

Walker, Rev. D. Ormonde, 41

Wall Street Journal, 181

Walter, Paul, 244 , 275

Walther, Fred P. (judge), 70

Walz, Dr. F. W. (councilman), 45

War Efforts Committee, 126

War Memorial (Cleveland Press promotion), 206

Ware, William M., 218 , 233 , 274

Warren, Oh., 292

"Wars of the Roses," 33 , 39

Watergate burglary and Senate investigation, 264-65

WCLE radio, 150 , 193

Weinman, Carl (judge), 209

Weir, Jack, 276

Weismuller, Johnny, 106

Welfare Federation, 205

WERE radio, 66

Western Reserve University, 13 , 181

Westgate, 297

Westropp, Thomas C., 251

WEWS FV (Channel 5), 150

WGAR radio, 147

Whalen, Edward P., 274

Whisky Island, 292

White, Dudley S. (congressman), 110

White, George (governor), 60 , 79-80

White, Jay B., 243-44

White Motor Co., 5 , 183

White, Paul (judge and law director), 239-40

White, Mrs. Windsor T. (Delia), 191

Whiting, Herbert (judge and law director), 279

WHK radio, 77 , 84 , 145 , 150 , 193-94

Wical, Noel, 213

Widder, Milton, 147

Williams, Geraldine, 240

Willkie, Wendell, 80 , 121

Willoughby, Oh., 15

Willoughby News-Herald, 246

Wilson, Julian, 233

Wilson, Keith, 98

Wilson, Woodrow (president), 8 , 17 , 67

Wing, Marie R. (councilwoman), 33

Winton Motor Co., 5

Witt, Hazel, 59

Witt, Helen (Mrs. Stuart Cummins), 59

Witt, Norma (Mrs. Herbert C. Jackson), 59

Witt, Peter, 7-8 , 17 , 24 , 33 , 36 , 43 , 53-59 , 93

Witt, Mrs. Peter (Sally), 57 , 59

Wittke, Dr. Carl (Dean), 58

WJW TV (Channel 8), 151 , 194

Wood, Gen. Leonard, 49

Woolworth's, 297

World Hockey Association, 262

World War II, 11 , 125-26 , 174

WPA (Works Progress Administration), 94

Wright, Howell (utilities director), 37

WTAM radio, 147

Wulff, Mrs. Norma, 90

Young, Stephen M. (senator), 117 , 129

Zangerle, John A. (county auditor), 63

 

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