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Old, large-size currency and spread-eagle silver dollars began showing up in Peninsula cash registers in 1945. Here is some of that loot. Did someone unearth a buried treasure? (Peninsula Library & Historical Society)
Cleveland Press reporter Robert Bordner (1899-1973), an Akron native, had fun writing stories about Peninsula, where he lived on a 140-acre estate. (Beacon Journal file photo)
INDEPENDENCE: At the Holiday Inn on Rockside Road, models strutted down a makeshift runway in one of the hotel’s ballrooms. At the end of the runway, they gave a twirl and a smile as they lifted their shirt or reached in their bag to reveal a pistol, tucked away safely out of view.