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Willoughby News Herald (Newspaper) - May 1, 1963, Willoughby, Ohio Weather Clear and cold tonight with scattered frost away from Lake Erie, low 32. Mostly sunny and wormer tomorrow, high 65. The News-Herald WEST LAKE COUNTY, OHIO — MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS On Page 4 Pope John's encyclical, '‘Pacer* in Terris/' echos conservative doctrine. Read Ralph deTole-dano's column today in CROSS-SECTION, Page 4. 69th Year No. 103Wednesday Evening, May I, 1963 SEVEN CENTS Pins set for next contest Contest No. 4 in Th** News-Herald s Gold Strike Bowling Sweepstakes starts in today’s paper. We won’t know until the judging is completed Friday in Contest No. 3 what the jackpot will be. It will be at lea>t $?5, hut if there are no whiners in Contest No. 3 it will jump up to $100. Judging of the first five frames has been completed for the several hundred entries submitted in Contest No. 3. Twenty-six of them have perfect scores through those five frames. While judging continues start figuring out the answers to Contest No. 4 which starts today. f* Heckling hail storm whistles final tune TULIP TIME? — Snow laden sprint; flower* struggle to stand upright. Peace mission starts study ■............    ■■■■■—— ‘I will keep power,’ Haiti’s chiel vows PORT AU PRINCE. Haiti (Arcuation in the Haitian capital ramification of fche Haitian natl rn." j —The dispute between Haiti and! Haitian President Francois Du *T will keep power," Duvalier the Dominican Republic marked Valier told a cheering crowd of,declared "(kid is the only cine time today while an inter-Ameri- 10.000 Tuesday night, "Nobody who can take it from me ” can peace mission studied the sit- can dictate to me—I am the per- Duvalier had just finished ineet-m    '       '    “    ’    ing    with Cleveland figures Price of water $9.50 a quarter ing with the members of the peace mission from the Organization of American States. They came to Port au Prince from San- fig)*)a mg gy to Domingo, capital of the Domm * * I HItilt <can Republic, where Foreign Minister Andres Freites charged that Duvalier had offered a military base to Communist Cuba 50 miles away. In Washington. State Department press officer Lincoln White said he was unaware of any such SPRING SHISH — A wet nnow cover* the parking lot of a restaurant on Euclid Ave. in Willowick. Fidel eyes rockets that got away MOSCOW (AP) — Fidel Castro got another fleet- Tho average Kirtland customer would pay $9.50 oi(fr to Prime Minister Fide! cas every three months for water if the water comes from tro. U.S. officials said American Cleveland    forces patrolling the* Caribbean Cleveland Utilities Fiscal Commissioner Steven wouW hk** an-v >* CW"'* in? *limP*e todaY of the ‘YI* " of Sov"‘t rock',," Pro': Cleveland Utilities fiscal lommiMionei steven ^    ^ uuUiah mil]l ^ m;er Khrushchev pulled out of Cuba last year at Presi- Suhajcik says the rate » $3.08 per housand cubic feet „ HalU M wnd arm., there df.nt Kennedy.„ i/Ztnce _____...ESE*    **?*■    Duvalier's    regime    cen-    ^ Cuban nnw m ap_ celebr.U«, „n a televv.s.n m-i in "I r*"? IU/ ± pe««d will. Khrushchev ut tie- hts reside,,, o ^ h.?re «w?n th!Vin P " VV    0KS    1*1 ave of honor slop the Urn* Castro ronverned an,mated!, missioi arrived.    n.iunu.,'_ the annual M JVI a ith Khrushchev a., the Soviets fe&Suztj By Nett ny Suzy A lot ha* been written lately about phoney sale* gimmick* that’ll promise you extra money lf you recommend the product to a friend. It usually start* with a phone call. One of Suzy’s reporters got such a cal! the other day. A woman’* voice explained at length the product involved pointing out that "we don’t believe in advertising in the newspaper*. We prefer to talk to our recommended customer* by telephone.** She then asked: "What’s your occupation. Sir?" "Newspaper reporter.” was hi« reply. A tong pause on the othrr end. Finally the voice said: •*Sorr\ to have troubled you." SUTr .    .    .    .    .    „ J TV US government protested .    ,    .    I    rolled    out    a    IO    minute    review    jl Cleveland pretors ta    dea, direct-    incidents last week    involving U S    military hardware ly with the customer,    he    adds.    Marines The wife    of a    Marine    He appeared to enjoy the    mili-' Among the weapons that    aped Suhajcik say* tap-in charge ta sergeant wa* mauled and arrest tary review and worker*’ parade, the iwvievftng stand were 5W an extra $50    ed by a Haitian    guard    and a    which VS. Ambassador Foy D to    TObmile range rockets similar Kirtland customers    ai    Cleve    noise bomb was set off    at the    Kohler boycotted because of    Cai-i to    those withdrawn (rom    Cuba land s third high district’ would home of another Marine sergeant, tro’* presence. Kohler watched the during last year'* crisis Western pay about TO cents more for a ---   *    Lh-rvr.    ^ W INTER’S RETURN — A child* tricycle brought from uinter storage is blanketed by the uiiseasoii- able snow. lh thousand cubic feet than Cleveland’s customers in neighboring Willoughby Hills There are about 500 potential I water user* in the south end of the township. Lake County Commissioners say the rate schedule recently subtmt-|ted by Cleveland isn t complete Commi>sloner Roger Smart. •who says he didn t look over the proposal very long ’ and didn t remember the figure* quoted, feels more information is* needed before a decision is made In H illmtghhy CFI asks permit for power line observer* spotted noUirng among the rockets shown. The Cuban leader reportedly was deeply offended by Khrushchev’* failure to notify him in advance of the decision to withdraw the rocket* under Ament an pre* I sure. Castro dressed in white shirt. tie and dress uniform for the first time glace be arrived in the Soviet Cfi ion last weekend, wa* tbs- cen- ‘en iii llixi ie 11 follow footsteps of slain mailman No more snow is pledge How ling w iud* iiiihi*Ii plule gin aa window* Short summer, wasn’t It? Winter’s bock with freezing tentieraturea, one to three inch* •a of snow and wind* up to an mph belting West Lab® County last night ami early today. The weather was blamed for several minor accidents a* motor-wit* were caught off guard on slippery highways. It sent Illuminating Co. crew* •currying to make emergency repairs, and was blamed for smashing plate glass windows in Morea in Willoughby and Willowick 'Die temperature might hit a high of 50 this May Day. the weatherman aayt. hut he predict* it w ill drop back to I reeling to night with Mattered frost expect ed away (rom the lake There’ll be no more snow, |>< ptomiM*. Weather tomorrow will he a little more like May — sunny acid warmer with temperatures in the Sortie of the effects of the final blast I may lie» of one et West l uke County's most unruly winters: High wind* sent plate glass window-, crashing to Hie floor at the Lawton store. Skiff and Vine streets, in Willoughby and at Kresge * in Sboregate Shopping Center. Willowick. Traffic was re routed for about an hour last night on I .ake Short Blvd between R ZMH St and the Euclid line after a Knapped ('Kl late set a wooden [joie on fire. Illuminating Co fines wert reported down on E TM St and around the north end fire si at mn in Willoughby, and along E 334 St and E. 354 st m Eastlake. Police blamed high wmds tor knocking out power to traffic lights at Euclid Ave and SOM (enter ltd. and at I*»*t Nation Rd. and I .ake Shore Blvd m Willoughby The State Highway Patrol refuted several minor accidents on the North South Freeway Named on ice forming on bridges. Mentor Inlier recorded the An integrated only injury accident whim a Perry man. 21. and his mother, an. were hurt after his car was CHATTANOOGA. Term. I API group begins a walk through the Deep South today — ter of attraction m Red Square planning to trace the »tep« of Baltimore pout man Wil The Cleveland Electric Illuminating Co. has applied Khrushchev mthuvwtkaHjr led Ham L. Moore, who was Ah,* to death near Attalla, Ala., ;**"    **■    20    ,n,°    * for a permit to put a power line ac rosa Willoughby. h«m the length of the- reviewing ^prjj 24 The line from CEI’a Eastlake plant would cross    t0    111    (    ro*    ^    \a    ,    h.,? The six white men .aul five Ne yhK’h proclaimed that Negro* ^ iekliffe domicil meets tomorrow Lost Nation Rd. near Reeves Rd. and follow a 180-foot wide path between Wood and Bell Rds. The company has options to buy    --- dan pee of the revolutionary lead- gro men tact aim ad Castro listened quieti-, as tbeif<®* in Alabama. et Sov»et defense minister. Marshal Eoch marchei is a member of rear portion* of Wood Rd birne* use permit ta directed to the Plan- Rodion Y. Malinovsky charged cither the Congress cd Racial ertam ar a°d white person. .should be allowed to eat together anywhere The utility pole In neighboring Geauga County the sheriffs departmieit reported •ll roads snow covered and slipl YELLOW SPRINGS. Ohio CAP* —Lewis Gegner, veteran barber in this college town of 4,100 residents. is taking a breather today in his battle against cutting the hair of Negroes He indicated, however, that he ll be mapping strategy. "I have a plan in mind but can't say just now what U is,” Gegner said Tuesday night after Antioch College students staged a sit-in at his shop for the second straight business day. ...    .    _    .__„    .    .    pery, with drift* up to ten indies freedom marcher* said    .    .    ..    ^    , they    are    intent    upon walking    to _    I    III    I ll    I    I-'    ,    ..    m-u.    M.»    to give thc,r    rn-    ’f1*h *lnd*    b“*- There will be a special meeting to make the path    rung Commission and ij expected “reactionaiv circles’* ut the Equality 01 trw* Student v*n,°    Vrt.w>l (,ov Rm»a Bar- driving condition* there and of Wickliffe Council tomorrow. Willoughby Council has told CEI to be considered at the commis- United States with a policy of ag :ent ' te»rdmating    Cmnmittee.    in Ashtabula County. Bids will be awarded for the it is against having the lire take aion * May 9 meeting    gression and provocations against Man her* are to he accompanied    waft    vioore’s mU-ntKm when *e**t deattw were concession stand at the new City this route through a residential The line will cross Mentor to a tuba "in gross violation of the d lhe Natemai Asw tatton to. wag An Alabama grocer, ^ w the unseasonable Ohio Park swimming pool, and for zone    transmission station in Paine*- elementary standards of interna Advancement of Colored People    ^ .Simpson, has    been    Hn<iWAU>rrn garbage and rubbish collection. j The application for a cond:tonal Ville    It.onal law ”    I Moore was wearing a placard f orged with the slaying    WIDlam    H.    Elliott,    39,    of    Mans- The walker* plan to set out from ^ ***    ^    auUwnobifo the bio station here from which    I®    during    tht Moore    began his ill-fated    trek,    #*or® Tuesday    night They    call    their    walk a metnorial    Sandra Martin,    22,    of West to Moore,    a white man    Springfield was    killed    when her "We want to hold Americas at-    imported    car    collided    with tendon    for awhile yet.” they    said    a semi-tractor trader rig    on    Ohio in a formal statement "We    must    7 at Pierpont in    Jefferson    County, reiterate this mans single, CHAIRS ARE El LL BI T... Barber won’t budge in battle against Negro haircuts The hefty, bespectacled haircutter has been involved for months in a legal dispute stem ming from his refusal to cut the hair of Negroes He was convicted by Ohio’s Civil Rights Commission on a charge of discrimination in a place of public accommodation. He appealed, however, and the case is pending in Greene County Common Pleas Court. Gegner has stood his ground on the claim that cutting Negro hair requires special training which he ha* not bad. ”1 still don t know how to cut colored people s hair,” he told The Associated Pre** Tuesday night. The berber * comments came after 16 students—all but two of them white—staged an all - day vigil in hi* shop, Gegner said the students, representing the Antiae/) Committee for Racial Equality refused to remain in space he had provided for them. "I roped cif the back of the shop, allowing only (ive waiting chair* for my customers and leaving IO chair* for the student*,” he said. ‘But they stepped over the webbing and one of the student* fore ed his way into one of my bar-tier chairs ” Gegner said it finally reached the point that all the chairs in hi shop but one were filed by dem castrator*, "I could no tonger continue business so I just closed.” he said “That was about 3 p.ra.” The first demonstration at Geg- ner’s “hop took place last Satui day. Memrjer* of ACRE met or tto-Antioch campus Tuesday night to plan what they said would br further sit-ins at the snop A spokesman said Yellow Springs residents would take part in the next demonstration, While Gegner remained closed today and refused to say what he planned to do, he did say: ’TU be open for business as usual on Thunday.” yet profound purpose to express the ideal of human brotherhood by a | peaceful walk through the Amen- ® can countryside.” The Alabama safety director, Al Lingo, has said any such denim u titrator* will be arrested and charged with disturbing the peace in his state ON THE INSIDE Classified ........  19-22 Sports ............. 14-15 TV  ............... 5 Women'* News ....... 6-7 CALL BEFORE 5 PJL FRIDAY to get your classified ad in the Classified Section of Saturday’s News Herald. Classified ads received alter 5 pm. Friday will appear in Monday s edition Call WH 2-2100 TODAY and place your ad where it will bring results. ;