News Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1963, Hubbard, Ohio Weather tunny 75. Yesterday's 70, 42. Fair and not to cool 52. cloudy and of 80. THE WEST LAKE OHIO MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED EDITION 69th Year No. 220 Wednesday September 18, 1963 SEVEN CENTS A startling sound MENTOR TO SHARE TOWNSHIP FUNDS Is it Can Hills and share an inheritance from dying tor Law Director Wayne Davis says no. ATTY. SIMMONS His eyes popped open as old Harold deaf since heard a tape recording of his own voice for the first time He is enrolled in a special class for the deaf in 111. Simmons agrees with Davis that no law ing Mentor can share the there's no law saying Mentor can take aU the Simmons theres no law at all about this kind of for it becomes a matter of how you state the NOT giving away You are of the township's cy but it doesn't belong to originally wanted the of- in Mentor on the Lake to ask for between 000 and Simmons a close estimate of what they actually have com- ing for the taxes they've tf RESEARCH indicates this would be perfectly legal and I think a settlement would Page 2 Column 3) Robert special attorney for says Here are the arguments they offered Mentor Council last W ATTY. DAVIS no legal for giving this money Davis approve an expenditure which I think is highly illegal isn't very pleasant for me. journal entry tasking the court to split tip the will be approved by me in form and not in S A. DAVIS DOESN'T think tor will be able to justify ing the money when a state goes through the And he feels Mentor may run into further legal presume settlement is in- tended to conclude the entire Davis told Mayor Robert P. DAVIS INDICATED he did not think it Davis said it is public money and Mentor officials can't go Page 2 Column 3} Man hurt as auto explodes A 23-year-oId Mentor was badly burned trying to help a start her DeVoo 7400 Reynolds is in fair condition at West End Hospital with second and third degree bums on his arms and Comer came LO help when Mrs. Carol 905 ran out of gas in a neighbor's Mystery baby crippler hits 2 areas By JOHN Associated Press Science Writer WASHINGTON evidence that a mysterious epi- demic kiSer and crippler of boni at jrgst two areas of the united States last The latest report is from left with the job of caring for the stricken in- fants who are still out clues as to the The episode may be soother expression of the ic of the brutal birth defect thai struck last may have hit From a area in ii just sis weeks last came three babies born with rare Six months from the same city came a fourth All of the babies in this tragic cluster suffered from spinal congenital separation in the spine which allows spinal cord nerve tissue to balloon out from the It can leave a baby to death through Or it may leave a child paralyzed from the waist down and incontinent for there are sometimes brain An investigating Dr. Jerold F. University of Vermont probed deeper toto the into others hi the They surveyed birth and death certificates on combed the records of the university's two 23 per cent of ihe state's births occur and checked the only three geons all of them in Next the investigators wrote to every one of the state's 432 outside of getting responses from 50 per cent of They found 21 cases in which coly 10 Although the normal rate for Vermont would predict 99 cases in live in 1962 the rale was 232 cases per live to the Vermont lic Service researchers looking into Peak They discovered 16 cases be- tween August and October of Only two babies The rate was six times normal for the Atlanta In both the epidemic So far 1363 has been mal Doctors are ilill What common agent has left these tragic and similar prints in Atlanta and the State of Vermont 1.000 miles the Comer lifted the hood I and poured gasoline directly the I The carburetor backfired andj Coiner jumped on It Comer Js the father of heard him Doctors say sister saved boy's sight 6y Newsy Suzy Does a rough walk in a creek bed suit If it a trek by ihe roughs Nature Club through the Creek area of the lake Metropolitan Parks should he right ap voar The hike start at a picnic area near Emerson Rd. in ison aad wID be led by Don is mended by pot hin the bathtub acd washed his face and I didn't have Jo Donna 16, didn't thea that her quick tion saved her brother's It happened Saturday Four Mentor roads to be aced JOHN groceries Mr. aad 29715 haven were out was jo the basement her sister who wHl be Ii a one of sk saw the He poured sonre into an aspirin added water aod closed the cap. Four Mentor roads used for to hauling material to the Ed. from the Expressway are expected to be to Ceater St. i resurfaced the first week ki HOPKINS Rd. from the to Lake Shore Blvd. Low bid opened yesterday by The bid was slightly over the State Highway Dept for the according to me miles was by the way but is expected to be Davis Co. of Slated for resurfacing Rd. from Expressway to in a week or 10 the Rd. from the awarded this Tbe contractor should be able to start a from Monday and HE SHOOK A to see The bottle got He it into the It in his heard the glass I heard my brother scream my Soe rushed bed her the bathtub and put him in it. She had no time to undress HE tell me first what was his Page 2 Column Indicts management Railroad was glad to Council gives up Settlement may lead to killing township BOB Mentor Council last night formed a mercy on ailing Mentor Like most mercy say it's legally wrong and say it's morally Whatever the aie that aad Hills will probably get an inheritance from the dying t which first tried ta get all the township's will drop its case in County Common Pleas Court by asking the court for a tory giving and Kirtland Hills The Lake County ers have indicated a settlement needed township can a settlement is right say the two paid taxes to the township and have an inheritance HAVE a very valid said Councilman Joseph been ed it isn't legal but I will yield tu my desire to right a moral don't agree there's even moral said Law Director Wayne II you do this I see no way you can justify the ex- to a state 4 COUNCILMAN Richard agreeing the moral claim is fied per supports is. Davis has said there's na legal way we can do this the Kostic want it part of the record that you're acting in direct opposition to our Jaw di- rector's m There went be any yearning for the good old days Qr Gibson made a for Henry F. Morgan of the celebrated his 63lh. Morgan birthday yesterday and negotiated along for thought was good in what after 50 years on the New York They have la baby the we've reached an Central Page 2 Column 8) Page 2 3} could have worked five he reading today isn't like it years j was to HE'S SEEN a tot of changes on tha Corking on the fired engines on to mechanical electrics and An he scoffs idea that firemen on diesels TO RAKE NOW Henry F. Morgan of retired as a railroad engineer says can rake leaves peacefully now out listening for the phone to call him to On the Inside Today Jim 24 Lou Mio Classified 79-22 Obituaries Comics 23 Serf Cross Section 4-5 Sports Dear Abby 6 TV 16 Women's 77 2 18 77-79 5 6-7 arc was chairman during only on seven tbe is in tbe top he Appeal goal this year is should start with the 258.000 which officials hope to col- brass and start taking some of jn an Oct. 14-24 drive them off and quit picking the Oui Cuyahoga little fellow trying to do a and good There are too of- on MENTOR RESIDENTS must Morgan admits there are some donate to meet their firemen working in tha railroad yards who could be taken off Miss Dorothy Mentor ad- not on the roads to the United says running are often confused about to channel contributions MAN running Mentor's today is over 40. It would put She outlines three rules to make Mrs. Collacott leads entor UA Mrs. H. of little Mountain is Mentor's new United Appeal chairman for special gifts She replaces Marie and 1 j i- 3-' tt work in me Greater Cleveland voa or a. much of 3 burden on the man who was It would be like running a plane without A and we're a lot older than Morgan sure Mentor residents get credit for their They IF YOU WORK xi Cuyahoga says Wickliffe or West Lake firemen donate where you MRS.