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Willoughby News Herald (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Willoughby, Ohio Weather mostly sunny and warm this afternoon with a High of 85. Fair tonight and sunday. Mild tonight with a Low of 65. Not quite so warm sunday with a High of 80. The news Herald West Lake county Ohio a member of the associated press we a Annette was naughty so i broke her Arm 70th year no. 138 saturday evening june 13, 1964 seven cents a. Delegation meets june 22 Scranton flip puts Bliss in Strong role join Iii of he hanged that s the lesson Charles Sloane Learned when he showed up at Willoughby Frontier Days without in. Traditional Western attire tining the mock hang ing Are carry keep left and Ronald j. Cannon. Frontier Days continue through tomorrow. See schedule a 1 Page 14. By it piety Silty Willoughby Hills Council was hashing out Street lighting problems last night when one councilman suggested the Village Light the Cul de sacs turnabout on dead end streets. Residents Are complaining. He quipped that Young lovers Are turning the Cul de sacs into cuddle sacks. I i is tors in n a 4 negro students w ant to destroy Els. Government Duhin s i a i Fri jail term is 2-20 Serrol Dubin sentenced yesterday to two to 20 years for setting a gasoline fire in a Vine St. Home owned by his wife last August 4, will ask an appeals court to review the Case. The University Heights accountant remains free on $4,000 Bond until the Appeal is heard. County common pleas judge Winfield s. Slocum earlier turned Down a motion from Dubins attorney for a new trial in the i be county court. Seven women and five men took Only i minutes May 20 to decide dumb was guilty. The state based much of its Case on testimony i rom Willoughby answering service operator Larry Searles who told the jury he saw part of the Side of Dubins face at the scene of the aug 4 fire. Experts testified the fire was started by gasoline soaked rags. The state contended Dubin started the fire to collect the insurance. Uncle Bill s decision due monday n ight the Fate of an Uncle Bill s discount store in Willowick could be decided monday night. A four Man building committee is expected to Tell the planning commission if it feels a building permit should be issued for a discount House at a Shore Gate shopping Center. The City a present zoning does not allow a discount store nor do 5.108 petitioners want to see one built at Shore Gate. Sex mayor John Olsen has also Isi Ormed the planning com Mission that the Developer in a letter written aug. 29. 1956. Said he would not request a build my permit for additional construction at Shore Gate until he received word from the Federal housing administration that it would insure mortgage Loans for houses on the Westside of e. 293 St. As of the april planning commission meeting the Developer had not obtained this commitment monday s meeting starts at 8 by Richard Daw Havana apr destruction of the . Government is advocated by four negro students among 73 americans visiting Cuba in Defiance of state department restrictions. A statement denouncing the Roni travelling to Uba a North american racist govern the four negroes identified Mentz was issued by the four themselves As Ernest Allen. 21. It added a we realize the United Oakland calif., a student at states government is the big the University of California at Gest farce in history and must Berkeley Luke Tripp 23, de be destroyed a a troit student at Wayne state. Charles Berra re. 24, los Angeles six others to the Kroup a Hatch Suden us a is cd arrived Friday by Way cd Ege and Ron a Ford m St Prague Czechoslovakia Are be architectural craftsman Groes. Of a a _. The 73 circumvented . Re a 23 year old new yorker eds a actions on cuban Lrah b Umansky identified himself As a Aba Paspor a t kur0, the groups Leader and a com a Vang pans and Prague a. Murl t fore flying to Havana. He distributed a statement de daring we have different read Emansky said members were sons for coming to Cuba but pm United states my we Are United in our opposition Umo 0> to our government s efforts to the americans. 49 men and prevent United states citizens 23 women planned a two month stay in Cuba. In Washington the state department said Only that it Learned the group was in route to Cuba and notified . Embassies in Paris and Prague. But the word was too late for the embassies to reach the students and warn them of the consequent is of a visit to Cuba offi dais said. A warm greeting was staged for the americans by represent at Ives of the cuban foreign ministry and student communist leaders. Flowers were presented to every american. Lemansky told newsmen the trip was arranged by the student committee for travel to Cuba. The organization sponsored a similar trip to Cuba last year by 59 american students. He said the cuban federation of University students was paying the groups expenses. Viii Burn pay answer due Eastlake Law director David a freed will let councilmen know in two weeks if he thinks the City can recover $.58,000 paid to former Law director it Wayne a Milburn. A you were asked for the open Ion on May 12, a councilman Anthony costello told freed at this week s Council meeting. A when Are we going to have it a freed said he d been Busy but promised to have the opinion in two weeks when Council meets again. Milburn was paid the $58,000 for work he did renewing notes for the City since Jan i 1962 Mil bump a total salary during the period exceeded $100 too councils majority contend his contract did not cover renewals my do or Wmk Waves a Lynn Taylor sails for Sweden soon As North High s Delegate to the International american Field service Exchange student program. She plans to take a Long playing record of piano jazz and pictures of West Lake county and her family to show her summer hosts. Aks Delegate b a North High Cirl hound or Sweden Blit junk Paul does t Smith sees indians in Oakland Smith on the inside clogs Dtta ,1112 comic. 13 Cross Section. 4-5 sports. 8 9 women nows a a a a a 6 by red Smith Giles hat said he knows of no commitment by any National league team to set up shop in Atlanta moreover he says that As president of the league he would know about any commitment m there were one. This May mean one thing in English and something be in Kitchen Kaffir which is the Mother Tongue of baseball executives. To the innocent bystander unschooled by Berlitz it Means that Atlanta is paying overtime to gang a working around the clock on a $22,000,800 stadium so the joint can be opened empty next april and everybody can say Quot she would Admire seem some a lib is play in that Little old Gabe Paul president of the indians says he is sick and tried of Reading and hearing about that club quitting Cleve land. He could also be getting a Little tired of sick turnstile figures and ii he does t know about the my league Park Oak 1 land is building for 1966, then people have been keeping things from him. A a a Charlie Finley s foot is As itchy As Ever. And his Philadelphia a Kansas City Dallas a it. Worth Atlanta a Oakland Louisville athletics Wilt take it on the Lam As soon As he can find a Hole in the Fence. Unless somebody Welches the los Angeles Angels positively will open the 1966 season in Autry land the Corral which the town of Anaheim calif., has promised to build to catch Walt Disney s overflow from tomorrow land adventure land Frontier land fantasy land and the sleeping Beauty Castle. La Short the carpet bag Are packed. When Ford Frick was president of the National league and Gerry Nugent was keeping the Phillies franchise together with used chewing gum prick undertook to dispose of some rumours about the clubs future. A any time you hear about the club going to another town see Page 9, column i Lynn Taylor likes jazz lakes to water like a Duck and loves company. So do the Curt Kon Marks a and that a great a Lynn believes. Her trip to their Home will be Drill All the new experiences she will lace in the next three Wicks j Lynn is scheduled to Fly to new York june 27 to catch a ride on an Ocean liner bound for Europe. A she has never flown before. A and heaven Only knows How ii react to to Days of sailing a Lynn a a is. The attractive blonde already Sun tanned from i r j do As a lifeguard wiil represent North High in a thin Jar hips off jus meter Driver Hurt an Eastlake fireman is in fair condition today at West end Hospital after being overcome wit to fumes from a sheared Gas meter. Richard Reese. 35, of 1178 e 357 St also suffered cuts and bruises when his car struck a a meter connected to the Trio machine and manufacturing co. Building 35622 Vine St. Eastlake police chief David Daugherty said no cause has yet been determined for the Accident which occurred shortly before 3 a m. Gas company workers and Willoughby police were called in to assist. The police said Reese was pinned in his car until a Tow truck could be brought in to pull the car sideways from the building. Month trip As an american Field service Delegate the Kon Marks live in basted. Sweden. The 12th grader who plans to but a social worker after she graduates from Antioch College Learned last week she will be the third North student to spend the summer abroad. A a a a a it a really exciting. I kept telling myself i would t be disappointed if i dido t get to go but i really care a Lynn says. Her summer hosts Curt and Anna Greta Ronmark have three daughters Maryann 20, Britta 16, and Ulrika 8 Curt is an officer in the swedish army. The whole family can speak English. They also have two dogs which Lynn Hopes will fill the Gap of being without her own dog Salt a cat Elmer Gantry and a Guinea pig squeaky a a Lynn will be Back Home sept to with her father Jack her Mother Jackie her Broth her Jack or. And her sifter Clair. They live at 34315 i Ake Shore blvd., Lakeline Mem in Quot hot dogs Quot a we found Good Homes for the pups the very first Cocker pups p u it bred no pm a tar 2 male in i female White and table. 119 each xxx xxx Neutral position Likely by Richard Zimmerman news Herald Columbus Bureau Columbus the turn about made by Pennsylvania gov. William Scranton puts the june 22 meeting of the Ohio gop delegation in a new Light it gives arguing Points to both those who want the delegation to remain a pledged and those who want it to commit Ohio for Goldwater before the convention starts july 13. A a a the Odds seem now to favor Ohio chairman Ray a Bliss who follows the uncommitted path. Before Scranton re entered the race As a full fledged candidate Coldwater supporters were arguing that since there was no opposition Ohio should gel on a he unobstructed Arizona bandwagon before it was too late. Now they will argue that Goldwater needs the support of Ohio to lock up what still Seemi a reasonably sure Goldwater Victory at the convention Ohio is one of the last uncommitted states pledged to a favorite son who is not a candidate for the top spot. On the Oiler hand those who wanted an a pledged delegation had Little to argue after it seemed Goldwater had no opposition. A now they can say the idea of a favorite son slate was to hold off until the convention when All the contenders were sure to be in accounted for and valued while Bliss cannot ram this Contention Down All the delegates throats there May he a Large enough majority of those who do not like Goldwater and those who follow Bliss advice when a situation is in flux even if they do Iran towards Goldwater to beat Down the All out Goldwater supporters. Scranton s announcement yesterday put the situation Back belated St Anet Bage 7 this is a typical Success Story As told to the news Herald by a satisfied classified and customer. It Cost As Little As $ 90 for 15 words and reach Over 40.000 readers daily. We 2-21 Imi a classified please on into a state of flux and May have Given Bliss the upper hand once More. Even Cong. John m. Ash Brook the most ardent supporter of Goldwater in the Ohio delegation has said he will cast a first ballot vote for Favorito son James a. Rhodes. A a a buns can remind Ashbrook of this pledge and ask him to keep if. Even if if is a sure thing that the Johnstown Republican will when released after the lust ballot go for Coldwater. Several other hard a Cora Goldwater people in the delegation Ashbrook says about a dozen feel the same Way As May the entire delegation when the chips Are Down and they have to take a stand. But Bliss As always will be working for a United stand on june 22, even though at on e time it seemed As if it might have been for a delegation committed to Goldwater before the convention. The Odds makers Are now betting on a United stand to keep the a favorite son r Olef with possibly a few publicly repeating How they will vote after the first ballot

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