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Call and Post (Newspaper) - August 7, 1976, Cleveland, OhioI grandmother indicted in grandson s slaying grandmother hides mrs. Lillie Mae Loving hid from photographers As she was leaving the courthouse after facing judge Thomas Feighan and indictment on a charge of voluntary manslaughter. Mrs. Loving allegedly shot and killed her Young grandson Reginald Ray Early sunday morning. Mrs. Lillie Mae Loving stood before judge Thomas Feighan wednesday morning and pleaded innocent to the charge of voluntary manslaughter in the shooting death of her Young grandson. Reginald r. Ricky Ray Early sunday morning August 1. Mrs. Loving who wore braids to her arraignment had previously been released on personal Bond. Ray 20, who lived at 9801 Dickens Avenue was shot once in the Chest by a .22 Caliper revolver. According to the coroners report he had been drinking heavily at the time of his death. A police report states that Ray had broken windows and caused trouble at his Home on saturday. He left Home and returned about 2 00 . Ray then allegedly demanded his clothes and Money for More alcohol. He also threatened to kill the family. Police say he then tried to break the door Down. His grandmother according to police then fired two shots from a Landing facing the door. One shot went into the floor and the other hit her Young grandson in the continued on paga4a City edition chill Post vol. 63 no. 32 saturday August 7, 1976 48 pages 25c Glenvil Lites open hearts wallets african Bishop aided inner City Parish Ford nominates Garrett to consumer safety commission Thaddeus a. Garrett jr., a Black native of Akron Ohio has been nominated by president Herald Ford to fill an unexpired term which began october 27, 1975, As a commissioner of the consumer product safety commission. The Job pays nearly $40,000 annually. Garrett 28. If approved by the Senate will become the youngest person Ever to serve on a Federal regulatory commission. Garrett received his . From the University of Akron. He was awarded a . From the Howard University graduate school of religion and is an ordained minister in the ame Zion Church. He has previously worked As an instructor at the University of Akron and at Buchtel High school in Akron legislative assistant to former congressman William h. Ayres assistant and advisor to congresswoman Shirley Chisolm and Public consumer affairs consultant for the Welcome radio corporation. He presently resides in the District of Columbia. A letter of recommendation for the acceptance of Garrett was sent to the Senate by the congressional Black caucus. Thaddeus Garrett Quot every Man according As he purposes in his heart so let him give not grudgingly or of necessity for god loves a cheerful ii Cor. 9 7. An overwhelming Faith in these words spoken by the apostle Paul was shown by members of St. Aloysius Parish. 10932 St. Clair Avenue As they joyfully rushed to the Aid of an african Catholic Bishop who was in need of funds for medical attention. Bishop Patrick Kepu of Banin City Nigeria had cataracts on his right Eye which impaired his vision. He needed some $1500 to finance a trip to the United states to have the cataracts removed. St. Aloysius Learned of Bishop Kepu s plight from the National office of Black catholics and despite the fact that the Church is located in an impoverished and depressed area of the City Parish continued on Page 4a .1 j a ministry of love and sharing Bishop Patrick Kepu of Bown Olga la Cantar hold an Anva Lopa containing a Check for $650 front Parish Konars of 8l Aloysiu Church 10932 so Clair Avanna to Haip Covar costs of transportation to tvs country by Bishop Kepu for an operation to Ramona cataracts front is right ays which wars int pairing is vision. Bishop Kepu Siso Raca hrad Othar personal contributions front slams pariah Nars. Shown who Bishop Kepu Ara i to r Frank Sutt of tha pariah Council slams pastor rav. Charlas d. Bums sad father Joseph Neuron ass director of Ragious education at John Carrot Unherr sly att Slater Juanita Shamaly Sisters of so Joseph in Struc Traas at Cuya hoga Community collage. Photo by Carol Dumas students say school officials steer them away from Black photographers by Carol Dumas despite a recent denial by school Board president Arnold Finkney Cleveland school students Are pressured by school coordinators and or others to patronize certain photographers in the City which Are preferred by the individual school or school official. The Cleveland intercity professional photographers association Cippan organization of Black photographers had recently charged that students were told which photographers to use and that they had not been getting their fair share of school business not even in the predominantly Black schools. Board president Pinkney stated in response that students had a right to go to any photographer they wanted so Long As they met the deadline for the yearbooks. However Jackie c. Jones a recent graduate of East High school says her class was called into the Assembly Hall and told to go to a certain White photographer a if they wanted their pictures in the they were told that they would receive a 10 percent discount. Her younger sister will be graduating from John Hay High school next year and has already received a letter continued on pag4a done to forget your copy of Dawn Magazine free this week in the Call a Post making plans for fall Flower show Are members of the Forest City and Glenville Garden clubs. Arrangements Are being made by Merlis Jones. Mrs. Withiam Marcus. Mrs. N. Miller. Mrs. Nora Fryerson Witham Marcus. Lucinda Kendrick Katie Freeman. Virginia Robinson. The show will be at the Garden Center of Cleveland on East Boulevard sept. 23-24, where the members will exhibit arrangements. Not pictured Are Lillian Jones and Marjorie Hall milk Plaza officials complain of unfair real property taxes Ellis credits religious beliefs fatherly advise for rapid Rise at Sears by Sandy Banks determination. Persis to Nch and a asking a lot of questions a Ara what Earl d. Ellis Faals led him to his Early Success As tha Managar of the new Sears store in North Olmstead. Ellis accomplished in eight years what usually a Akes 12 to 15 years by becoming the manager of he full service Sears. He Lagan As a trainee with Sears in Toledo in 1968 if tar returning from a ear s duty m Vietnam. The Toledo native had graduated from the University of Toledo in 1963 with a degree in education and few business courses under his Belt. After graduation his Roth assignment led him to Germany for ten months and then to Vietnam. Ellis had considered making the service a career but the year in Vietnam changed his mind. A i realized there must be a less dangerous Way to earn a living a he court timed on Pafila Karl d. Club certification to the prosecution s office for foreclosure on the Martin Luther King or. Plaza milk Plaza for delinquent property taxes presents no immediate danger to the Black owned shopping Center says county auditor George Voinovich. David Clark tax specialist and Deputy auditor says milk of Laza has not paid real property taxes since 1973, and that with the ten percent penalty delinquent taxes amount to $62,968. A there Are so Many cases that have to be heard before theirs comes up until it will be a matter of years before any action will be taken said Voinovich. Meanwhile. Ronald Leigh general manager of milk Plaza which is located at 9300 Wade Park Avenue says taxes have not been paid because Plaza officials feel taxes on the property Are unreasonable. Milk Plaza officials have filed a complaint requesting that their taxes be lowered which should be heard by the Board of revision september 1. Leigh says the tax delinquency will be erased after that hearing. Quot we re concerned about getting our fair share of tax cuts Quot Leigh said. A fall of the other commercial properties Are having their taxes reduced. Quot right now they re Basing our tastes on Cost of construction instead of on our income. We can to afford to continue paying taxes that High $31.217 annually. It amounts to about 20 percent of our on the other hand. Voinovich says he has done everything he could to Lessen the Burden on milk Plaza. Voinovich says until now taxes have been computed on the Cost of construction and the amount of construction completed a in 1974 we had them As 90 percent completed and continued on pag�4a St. Adalbert hit again by burglars recover property two 19-year-old youths were arrested in the most recent burglary of St. Adalbert Church 2347 East 83 Street but police lacked sufficient evidence to formally charge them. However the Church recover All items stolen during the recent Burgly. Which occurred last wednesday during the Daylight hours. Police located two of the stolen items two chalices a at an Art dealers shop on Carnegie Avenue. From the Art dealer police Learned the identity of the two men who sold her the items through the suspects Auto License plate number and a description of the car. The two Young men assisted police in locating the remainder of the stolen property which included two web Orums containers for communion valued at $175 each three candlesticks two microphones one amplifier one Marble based Crucifix and of All thir it is. One of the stations of the Cross. The two chalices were valued at $300 each. Father Gene Wilson cups pastor of St Adalbert was away during the burglary but was relieved that All items were recovered by the time he return Ted from his trip. A we would have pressed charges if possible Quot Samf for. Wilson. Including Agai hat tha Art dealer its time we stood up and Sak no Merak Quot last Menth thieves marshy stole the window right out of the Church and then proceeded to loot the altar. That property Haar got been recovered

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