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News-Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1963, Willoughby, Ohio tight with rom Lake tinny and 65. THE NEWS-HERALD WEST LAKE COUNTY. OHIO MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS On Page 4 Pope John's encyclical, in conjervatfve doctrine. Read dano's today in CROSS- Page 4. 103 Wednesday Evening, May I, 1963 SEVEN CENTS Heckling hail storm whistles final tune tart TULIP TIME? Snow laden struggle to stand upright. spring flowers m starts study I keep power, s chief vows 'AP> Cation in ibe Haitian capital, foniiicatkxi of ibe Haitian and Haitian President Francois Dn- "I keep power." Duvaiier rked valier :oJd a cbeeriag crowd "God is the osiy one xseri-10.003 Tuesday night, "Xobody'who can take it from me." j dictate io am ae per-1 rjuvalier had jast finished meet-; wife the members of the] peace mission from the Orgaai-1 ;zacon of Americas States. came la Port au Prince from itc DunlEgo.. capital of the Doinin-' Republic, Foreign" Andres Freites charged} it Dava'-fr bad osered a raui-! jjiary base io Connminist Cafaa, 50; I nvlps asray, IE WasaiBgO33. Slate Depart-: njssi press officer Lincoln ssHd be was urnayaxe of aov and customer would pay to jaaster Fidel Cas-: SPRING SJLUSH A wet snow covers the park- ing lot of a. restaurant on Euclid Ave. in WiUo- widk. f water tpiarter 'Seeing 'red' Fidel eves rockets j water if the water comes from no. U.S. o-Sielals said EarraHlsg CaribbeaB fiscal Commissioner Steven TOuld 'V Castn's n- j x is So.Os per th3Hsand cubic feet. that got away a s a 3 s -_J .5" an a meter ity inea re-sold tc ibe con- miss: MOSCOW (AP) Fidel Castro get another fleet- glimpse today of the types of Soviet rockets Pre- io establish mHiiary Jjases mler Khrushchev pulled out of Cuba last year at Presi- Ha-u or send anns iSsere. dent Kennedy's insistence- Drover's refime nopased ces- C.jba3, a> celebraLon on a set in on outgoiEg dis- -i, pZace of Loaor atop the LerbU Caslra an.mateciy at ibe "aarisa] Xirusnchev a.- the armred. No more snow is pledge Howling winds smash plate glass windows Short summer, wasn't it? Winter's back with freezing temperatures, one to three inch- es of snow and winds up to 60 mph belting West Lake County last night and early today. The weather was blamed for several minor accidents as motor- ists were caught off guard on slippery highways. It sent Illuminating Co. crews scurrying to make emergency re- pairs, and was blamed for smash- ing plate glass windows in stores in Willoughby and Willowick. Tlie temperature might hit 3 high of 50 this May Day, the weatherman says, but he predicts it will drop back to freezing to- night with scattered frost expect- ed away from the lake. There'll ,be no more snow, he aacs- rxlar.se> J.-je -sife of a Marbs He appeared enJTr the ssys tap-rn sersssai aza arrest- tary reriess- and -snirkers" parade. __ 3y 2 soard and a -sni.ci U S. Aaibassador Foy D. jo curoasers. a: Clare- noise teafr. set off at tbe KoaJer because of Cas- ;0 -smd booie of Jlariue sergeacl. tro's preserjce. Kobler -K-atcied the pay cents more f-or 3 ieij fee; fhaa Clerc- In Wittoughby CEI asks permit for oower line Arscmg ibe weapons that sped those from Cuoa .Jig last ".ear's critis. 'Vestem s-i'er? x; tie WTNTER'S RETURN A child's tricycle brought from winter storage is blanketed by the unseason- able snow. 5 :a.jre to rjil-y m rs 2-: Deep in. Dixie 11 follow footsteps of slain mailman Weather tomorrow will be a lit- tle more like May sunny aqti warmer with temperatures-in'the 60s. Some of the effects of tbefloal blast (maybe) of one of West Lake County's most unruly win- ters: High winds sent plate glass windows crashing to the floor at the Lawson store. Skiff and Vine streets, in Willoughby and at Kre-sgo's in Shoregate Shopping Center, Willowick. Traffic was re-routed for about an hour last night on Lake Shore Blvd. between E. 283 St. and- the Eudid line after a .snapped CEI line set a wooden pole on fire. Illuminating Co. lines were re- ported down on E. 365 St. and around the north end fire station ,tn Willoughby, and along E 334 St. and E. 354 St. in Eastlake. Police blamed high winds for .knocking out power to traffic j lights at Euclid Ave. and SOM Center Rd. and at Lost Nation Rd. and Lake Shore Blvd. in Wii- 'loughbv. i The State Highway Patrol re- ported several minor accidents on a at power C the c TO5T ,-sBsr eg Co. has :rT a to put a line across Wilkughby. Tb" ire frxn CETs Sasflaie piarit "Kroibd L'JSI IKL r-sar Reeres Rd- sxid foIJow a. and Bell .Mentor Police recorded HATTAXOOGA. Tcnn. (AP) An integrated only injury accident when a group begins a walk through the Deep South today ry man, 21, and his mother, so, >-t planning to trace the- steps of Baltimore postman Wil- ;Vrc after his car was liam L. Moore, who was shot to death near Attalla, Rt- 20 into a _ __ Jilljr pOJ0. .7 Apnl 24. _rrl, ,k, In neighboring Geauga County s> roads OTOW and slijv wj'ft drifLs up to ten inches i- Tr.t -o r-w. ;y; _ .v- scc-impan PC for
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