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News-Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1963, Willoughby, Ohio tight with rom Lake tinny and 65. THE WEST LAKE OHIO MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS On Page 4 Pope John's in Read today in Page 4. 103 Wednesday May 1963 SEVEN CENTS Heckling hail storm whistles final tune tart TULIP Snow laden struggle to stand spring flowers m starts study I keep s chief vows Cation in ibe Haitian of ibe Haitian and Haitian President Francois keep valier a crowd is the one Tuesday can take it from j dictate io am ae had jast finished wife the members of peace mission from the of Americas came la Port au Prince from itc capital of the Andres Freites it bad a base io 50; I IE Slate press officer Lincoln be was of aov and customer would pay to Fidel SPRING A wet snow covers the ing lot of a. restaurant on Euclid Ave. in f water Fidel eves rockets j water if the water comes from no. U.S. said fiscal Commissioner Steven TOuld j x is per cubic that got away a s a 3 s an a meter ity inea tc ibe con- MOSCOW Fidel Castro get another glimpse today of the types of Soviet rockets Pre- io establish mler Khrushchev pulled out of Cuba last year at or send anns dent Kennedy's on a set in on dis- of Loaor atop the at ibe the No more snow is pledge Howling winds smash plate glass windows Short wasn't Winter's back with freezing one to three es of snow and winds up to 60 mph belting West Lake County last night and early The weather was blamed for several minor accidents as ists were caught off guard on slippery It sent Illuminating Co. crews scurrying to make emergency re- and was blamed for ing plate glass windows in stores in Willoughby and Tlie temperature might hit 3 high of 50 this May the weatherman but he predicts it will drop back to freezing night with scattered frost ed away from the There'll no more he of a Marbs He appeared the ssys aza tary and 3y 2 soard and a U S. Foy D. jo noise set off at tbe because of booie of tro's Kobler the pay cents more 3 In Wittoughby CEI asks permit for line ibe weapons that sped those from last x; tie RETURN A child's tricycle brought from winter storage is blanketed by the able 5 to m rs 2-: Deep in. Dixie 11 follow footsteps of slain mailman Weather tomorrow will be a tle more like May sunny warmer with 60s. Some of the effects of blast of one of West Lake County's most unruly High winds sent plate glass windows crashing to the floor at the Lawson Skiff and Vine in Willoughby and at in Shopping Traffic was for about an hour last night on Lake Shore Blvd. between E. 283 St. the line after a CEI line set a wooden pole on Illuminating Co. lines were re- ported down on E. 365 St. and around the north end fire station and along E 334 St. and E. 354 St. in Police blamed high winds for out power to traffic j lights at Euclid Ave. and SOM Center Rd. and at Lost Nation Rd. and Lake Shore Blvd. in i The State Highway Patrol re- ported several minor accidents on a at power C the c eg Co. has a to put a line across ire CETs Reeres a. and Bell Police recorded An integrated only injury accident when a group begins a walk through the Deep South today ry 21, and his planning to trace steps of Baltimore postman after his car was liam L. who was shot to death near 20 into a 24. In neighboring Geauga County roads and up to ten inches i- -o PC for in parts of the created near ard driving conditions there and m were Ohio been on FILL T won't budge in battle against Aegro haircuts T r Ire at 1 i 2SES satoi 335 at part in GegDer today asi to say he to fee did be caes for as usual os nas ihe H. 39, of olan o from was an automobile here kch accident on Ohio 13 during the Moore Tuesday night call a Sandra 22, of West to a man Springfield was killed when her to nold at- imported car collided with for they said a rig on Ohio a formal must 7 at Pierpont in Jefferson this yet purpose to express the of human brotherhood fav through the B can safety has said any such be arrested acd charged with peace in state 79-22 Sports 74-75 TV 5 News 6-7 B 8 CALL BEFORE 5 P.M. i to get youi classified ad in gj Section of I Saturday's News Herald Classified ads received i ter 5 will 0 pear in Monday's Call I WH 2-2100 s TODAY i yoor ad where it i wiB bras e I
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