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News-Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1963, Mansfield, OhioWeather Cloudy with occasional Light drizzle and very Light Snow this afternoon and tonight. High to Day 35. Low of night 25. Yesterday s High 34. Low 30. To Morrow mostly Cloudy. High 35. The news Herald West Lake county Ohio member of the associated press on Page 10 North High school s wrestling squad is beginning to look More like the Cream of the crop in Ohio especially after two convincing conquests in Columbus. Read about it in today s sports Section Page to. 69th year no. 5 monday evening january 7, 1963 seven cents dangerous weapon a mechanical Pencil such As this was lodged i the Chest of Diana Oole 5, a slim half Inch from her heart. Doctors Pluck Pencil from Chest of Little Willowick girl a 6-Inch mechanical pen cil lodged a slim half Inch from her heart was removed from a 5-year-old Willowick girl last night. Six doctors headed by or. Jorge Medina operated for More than an hour at Euclid Glenville Hospital to save the life of Diana Cole a Hospital spokesman said v the daughter of or. And mrs. Bernard Colejr. Was rushed to the Hospital by police. The Pencil was almost completely imbedded in her Chest. Diana apparently fell on the Pencil while she was alone in the Kitchen at her Home. 312 e. 293 St. The father said Diana climbed onto the Kitchen sink to get the Pencil from the dra inboard. There was Little Exter Diana Cole Nal bleeding and she did t seem to have much pain at the the father said. Doctors say the girl might have bled to death if the pen cil had been removed by the parents. Only the Pencil clip and a Small part above the clip was visible. It did not break. The Pencil pierced the main artery to the heart and punctured the lung a doctor said. During the delicate surgery to open the Chest doctors closed the artery repaired the lung and removed the Pencil. Diana is in fair condition in the Hospital s intensive care unit. It s up to City giant Tiger on Way by Al Orrick giant Tiger will build a million store in Willoughby if the City gives the Okay. The store would be on 18 acres on Euclid ave. In front of the former Thompson Ramo Wooldridge Plant Beidler re. The Arthur Den knitted Wear enterprises Are preparing to move into the Plant which is on the rear 42 Aero a still to be obtained is. A building permit. D. A. Visconsi and Assoc. Of Cleveland who Hope to erect the building and lease it. Will show plans for entrances and exits and parking areas for too cars to the planning com Mission thursday night. Approval by the planning commission is necessary to get a building permit. Visconsi said Only thai several companies arc inter in leasing the Tore if it is built. The news Herald Learned however from an authoritative source that giant Tiger will be the occupant if plans jell. Council has already zoned land for the store. It would be one floor of steel and masonry. Diplomats report Tshombe ponders Job offer in Trade for Congo peace Elizabethville Katanga . Undersecretary of to Loczi a mining Tshombe Bunche who flew to the Cong i i town ?50 Miles Northwest Elisa apparently is being Given a Jon a special Mission Over the i Erhville the Sekania Border Post Chance to invite a bloodless . Occupation of his War capital of Kolwe i and thus insure a place of Power for himself in the re unified Congo. Weekend said he had no plans to meet with Tshombe. He said the time for negotiation is Over. We have stated that we expect Complete Freedom of movement was pondering this course of action As the . Military buildup continued amphibious armoured troop carriers and bridging equipment poured in on huge . Air Force Globe masters putting the . Force in a better position to press an Advance on Kolwe i. Officials of the Central con Golese government arrived in Elizabethville to take Steps to reintegrate Katanga into the con go in accordance with . Secretary general u Thant s Unity plan. The reunion scheme includes merger of the Katanga and con Golese armed forces and a share of the revenues from Katanga s Industrial wealth for Premier Cyrille Adoulia s Central govern ment in Leopold Ville. J at the Elizabethville Airport Central government represent Senta Tives set up customs and immigration offices. Financial experts studied Means of unifying the Congo and Katanga Curren cies. Katanga issued its own banknotes after its 1961 secession. Armed that is a 110 Miles Southeast of Elisabeth i Ville. And Dilollo. Near the frontier1 of Angola. Should Tshombe decide to end t in resistance he could for Thoj present retain the presidency of i Katanga province diplomats said i principle and it altered militarily he told newsmen Tshombe Likely will be Al Lowed up to a week to comply with this demand qualified Diplo Mats said. This would entail . By Neisy Suzy a news Herald bookkeeper mrs. Ruth Glasser a Little Short on time to get to work wiggled her feet into Snow shoes shoved two into a tote bag and charged off. When she Quick changed from her boots to her shoes mrs. Glasser found she had one High heeled suede shoe and a Low heeled leather one she walked kind of slant . Sgt. Thomas Tierney of the Willoughby police Force told Suzy about the Man who made a desperate Appeal. Do you know Bow to put a Volkswagen in asked the fellow nursing his aching Back. Somebody Lent me this one and did t explain and i be pushed it out of three drive in a couple of sgt Tierney explained the trick of pushing Down on the j gearshift lever. I grand jury Foreman is Harold Nav Harold Kay Painesville theater Man. Is Foreman of the Lake county Graid jury. It met today to weigh indict ments in 35 cases. Judge Winfield Scott Slocum announced Kay s appointment after the grand jurors arrived for a late Start this morn ing due to Slippery highways. Kay an executive of s k amusements manages the Lake theatre in Painesville and the Mentor drive in. He and his wife Ruth live at 405 Bank St., paines Ville. Meredith might drop out hell leave unless improves Oxford. Miss. Api negro James h. Meredith said today he will not attend the University of Mississippi next semester under the present circumstances the 29 year old negro first of his race Ever knowingly admitted As a student at the University did t explain what he considered his circumstances. But since his enrolment under guard of Federal bayonets oct. L. He has lived and attended classes under the Protection of Federal Marsha Laid troops. T Meredith put it this Way at a news conference in his dormitory it should be noted that i have not made a decision to discontinue my Effort to receive educational training at the University. Rather my decision is not to attend the University next semester under the present i us said he intended to re main at the University at least through the end of the semester taking All of Hii final examinations. Sails into tree Man killed in flying car gains a political following in Katanga. If he fights on he could do immense damage to the Economy through sabotage of installations at Kolwe i including a dam out Side the town that supplies All of Katanga s electric Power. J Tshombe was last reported in Kolwe i gathering his battered Katanga gendarmes and White mercenaries for a j o choose not jurors while Tshombe could still wage i Oxford miss. A Schlec some scorched Earth warfare his Tion of a Federal grand jury be african troops appear to tuesday to consider charges through As a fighting Force. Against 11 men in connection with associated press correspondent j the desegregation riot at the uni Adrian Porter found about 500iversiy of Mississippi disorganized Katanga troops at. Cases to be considered include Mok Ambo on the Northern rho that of Edwin a. Walker former design Border. Army major general. He and 10 bundle flew to arc charged with inter for from Leopold Ville sunday taking ence with Federal officers in per with him Robert k. A. Gardiner i Mormance of their duties conspire of Ghana head of the . To impede officers rebellion operation and it. Gen. Webb Edeland insurrection and conspiracy Gjebre of Ethiopia chief of oppose the authority of the Congo command United states. Death travelling at a High rate of this Small red convertible driven by Doug Las w. Aronian 2-1, careened out of control across the Road bounced off a three foot Snow Bank flew 24 feet through the air and smashed against a tree 12 feet off the ground. Art Man s body was Brown into the Road and dragged 189 feet by an unidentified car. Two cast bound motorists then ran Over the Man s mutilated body. A 24-year old Paintsville Man died yesterday when his sports car hit a Snow Bank flipped 24 feet through the air and smashed 12 feet off the ground against a Douglas w. Artman. I to k. Wal nut St. Casebound on it. 84 shortly after . A thrown from his Austin Henley converti ble into tile Road a half mile West of his service station at Klucs. 44 and b4. I Hus body was dragged 189 feet by an unidentified westbound Motorist and then run Over twice by two eastbound , deputies say. George .1 Seifert. 27. Of 1111 Irene cd. Stopped Paintsville cancer panic hits men news analysis 88th Congress Ball of fire gives birth to 15-Pound boy Salt Lake City Erwin Frank who thought she was going to have twins gave to a 15 Pound one ounce the child arrived saturday night at latter Day saints hos Pital. The infant is the seventh child of mrs. Prank and her husband who works at a Dairy Plant on the inside t vent a calendars 6-7 classified 12-14 connies 15 crosswords. 75 editorials .4-5 Goren on bridge.5 tv.5 news .6-7 your birthday.75 today inside. Ralph Deto Lelano Joseph Firman charges that Robert f. Ken Nedy was not kidding when he said we re going to take Over the coun Page 4. Victor Riesel says opera Singer Paul Robeson is Disen chanted with communism but the Ameri can reds Are unshaken. Page 4. Pokes fun at California which has just zoomed past new York to become the largest slum in the nation. Page 5. Charles Goren presents some challenging Bridge hands and wonders whether you can match his skill in bidding Page 5. By Jamks Marinv associated press news analyst Washington a the new 88th con be no Ball of fire. There Are Tuo simple reasons f f 1. Congress will stay conservative unless scorched by presidential heat or urgent necessity like a bad economic slump. T4 2. President Kennedy won t apply the Torch. He wants to be Nice with Congress. will be the usual bickering and Dick ering. For instance on whether to Cut taxes and How much. There will be much solid work done like last year but of a routine a sensational and Nonin Flam Matory nature. The president As usual will get pretty much what he wants in defense and foreign dealings but not at Home. It anything very controversial at Home like medical care or Public Aid to education seems out. This is an in Between Congress in Between the con Gressional elections and the combined presidential congressional elections of 1964. Continued on Page 2 Julice in front of a Rotan rant and1 told them he saw a red car piled up against a tree ski Kkt denied hitting the body. Deputies say he broke into when confronted i with evidence of blood on the in of car. Joan Magor 21, of Ravenna Ltd pain a Villa. Drove Home and told her Mother she saw Snow in the Road and the car smashed in avast the tree. She saw the body late Swei cd her car but ran Over an outstretched . Hei Mother brought the sobbing to the sheriff s office. Ski tikk Driver was held Andi the westbound Motorist the first to hit the body never identified. Skid Marks Snow Artman s Small car travelling at a they Rush to doctors after 4 actors die a can cer specialists say a mild panic Southern California men or Viilu from the recent can err deaths of four prominent actors. Doctors at the cancer Detec Tion clinic say he usual ratio of three women to every Man requesting an examination has changed to nearly two men to every woman. One physician said he had three times As Many requests As Normal for checkups. Actors Charles Laughton Thomas Mitchell Jack Carson and Dick Powell died within 18 Days of each other. Rate of Speed when it crossed the so Barr resold Cut of Road and hit the three foot ice Camion let of the crusted Snow Bank before being Arn Crinan cancer said i wrapped around the tree deputies l sunday that first of some people was to think an say. A of blood showed where1 Artman s body landed and smear j Marks on the Road indicated How Ifni it was dragged. A Bowling i Ball to limn rom the smashed i car. Was found 40 feet from the wreck epidemic had begun. People die of cancer every Day. Or. Raker said and the deaths of four prominent men in a Row was just a coincidence. We name change 4 a useless problem changing the name of Willoughby Eastlake schools is As useless a problem that could come says William Mclaughlin school Board president. The name no great in Dorian cd to running the i think the Board should con he cd Plains and there would be Isider it if and when we use up a certain amount of cd phase in jail our stationery and it comes vol cd in switching titles. Sec Page 2, column 3 refute newspaper reports British deny a bomb Vaid on . London a London new Foffi Miles an hour papers said today Swift British a spokesman for the jets slipped past . Defences re i american defense c Omma Rvl in j Man said. Cise a couple of months ago Are network in the 1961 cd an air ministry spokes . Gently in a mock a bomb attack that could have wiped out major cities including new York Washington Chicago and los Angeles. The United states termed the re-1 the last occasion on which we several important strategic thu newspaper claims contain port a lot of non seas. The British air ministry first said an exercise took place about . And British officials denied two months ago but declined to took part in an exercise of this plications particularly that the kind was in an operation of erred manned bomber has Many More sky shield ii about oct. Of useful life As a nuclear 1061. That exercise was a joint deterrent. The report i say whether it was a operation designed to de Vul aus were to have been used four British newspapers after some apparent con o carry the now scrapped sky the cd Cruse was carried out by fusion the ministry came around i the spokesman declined to com Bolf. They will carry the in four Vulcan bombers about two i to the official american version new nth ago. The bombers Fly up reports referring to an exer mint when asked if British proved Blue Streak standoff bombers penetrated North Ameri see Page 2 Colum 1 newspaper if newspaper

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