Willoughby News Herald in Willoughby, Ohio
20 May 1963

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20 May 1963

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Willoughby News Herald (Newspaper) - May 20, 1963, Willoughby, Ohio Weather mostly Cloudy and cooler this afternoon. High 62. Partial Clearing tonight. Low 48. Tomorrow mostly Cloudy with scattered showers. High 60 to 65. The news Herald West Lake county Ohio a member of the associated press see Pago 4 cd Congress will positively vote a tax Cut before it goes Home in the late fall writes Victor Riesel. Read Quot inside labor today in Cross Section Page 4. 69th year no. I 19monday evening May 20, 1963 seven cents welcoming kiss a Marjorie Slayton wife of astronaut Donald Stayton Rives Gordon Cooper a big kiss at Patrick air Force base in Florida As lie returns from Hawaii. Cooper who orbited the Earth 22 times was greeted by All the astronauts wives and by other officials. Siso pot for you there ii $150 Jackpot waiting for the Winner of the new. Herald s Gold strike Bowling sweepstakes. The contest is in its sixth week and there have been no perfect entries so far. So $25 has been added to the Jackpot each week. Many entire have come within one or two frames of being perfect but so far non have hit All the answers on the Button in any of the five pervious contests. The to Bowling Puzzle pictures in contest no. 6 appeared in the news. Herald last wednesday and thursday. You still have time to enter this contest. The deadline is Midnight tomorrow. Better hurry. There s $150 in prize Money waiting. Sundays j opposed for to ire i merchant again discounting Sabbath Europe oks Tariff cuts says by newsy Susy fury hear there a Good Chance miss Painesville May be from Mentor this year. Six of the nine girl entering wednesday live in neighbouring Mentor. The seventh girl is from Che in of and. More contestants always seem to turn up from the outlying areas laments a Painesville Jaycee. A your pretty girls just done to Rem to like the Winner will be chosen at Harvey High school at 8 15 p m. Coins not so contented Hornchurch. England apr the Hor Church drum and trumpet corps went for a weekend rehearsal in Peter read s pasture. Reads 50 cow lifted their Heads with interest As bandmaster Brian Keeler raised his Baton for John Philip Sousa s a Semper the Drums crashed out and the horns blared. Five cow dropped dead. The rest stampeded. Keeler apologized profusely. A they were obviously terrified by the noise Quot said read. But he added that he would t sue a a these things study a in contrasts Gordo tells space tale giant tic May he opposed by Willoughby merchants if it opens it Willoughby store on sundays. Tile chains president Ixia Weis Borg would Only say that Quot we will go along with Hie people giant Tiger has 1ki cited else where for sunday operations. Central Willoughby inc., a downtown business organization. His Takena land. By t As official. Jack Taylor of Willoughby hardware co., said he believes most merchants astronaut would oppose sunday of Peng by demands . Ii adjust gaps by Carl Hartman Geneva Ai a the european countries agreed today to american demands for across the Board Tariff cuts. This apparent reversal of position was aim cd at ending Tho deadlock Between the worlds two greatest trading blocs. But at the same time the six european countries demanded that in return the United states agree to an automatic formula for adjusting gaps Between High american tariffs and lower european ones. West German economics minister Ludwig Erhard claimed credit for the new proposal which lit said he thought would end a the deadlock with the United states. French finance minister Valery Giscard d Esto my Julid Quot it s for the american. To the full session of the 7.1 nation general agreement on tariffs anti Trade conference marked time while the common marketers and the americans cockeyed Lur Posi lion chairman Usa Schaffner of Switzerland called off an after merchants bargain fair of Mentor fined for doing sunday business. Fair is by John Barbour associated press science writer Cape canaveral Fla. Apr Gordon Coopers space tale of his whirlwind world giant Tiger tour is a study in contrasts he saw the Bamboo curtained heart of red China. Fort to keep the store he nearly saw his own Home hidden by Trees in hous Taylor recalled that about five tem Tex. I a years ago a group of Catesville he saw things As colossal As computers. Everything went very and Willoughby merchants got the Himalayas and things As in puny As houses in India trucks with the Calm diagnostic tones a boat a train. 0f an Engineer he measured the he awoke startled from new is Al a h element of by space sleep forgetting for a to Hight. Occasionally his humor ment where he was. Yet he had Dwight the situation. The greatest presence of mind in one chore aboard was to trans flying he spacecraft Back to Earth separate containers urine through the roasting and danger samples collected at various Ous moments of re entry. Stagej5 of the flight _ for Beer but somehow in the telling at analysis. It would help. He said. Sunday s news conference in to have larger fittings on the trans Cooper s own relaxed and Light Fer pump. It took half an orbit style it ail seemed to come out a something like 45 minutes a to the same. Complete one pumping operation. The first signal of trouble with his fellow astronauts sitting to he automatic Pilot was the Flash one Side led the news conference my Green of a warning Light. Audience in laughter. Quot i thought maybe at first i d he Beld up a plastic Container just ignore it but i decided May of Brown and yellow dehydrated be i better he said. Quot i was food and admitted some difficult afraid it Wouida t go away to in adding water to it during a i found that the re entry a into the flight. What was it a news the Earth s denser atmosphere Man asked. Pot roast Cooper was easier on the first portion answered than what we had been practising i Cooper marvelled at the Preci in procedures Trainer with the see Page 2. Olumn 4 All aboard a Valerie Caw Towski 536 e. 315 is. Aud Renfrew Spence Hoard the by at f. He St. And Vine St. For a trip to Cleveland. He said that he personally a a a Quot would join in any concerted of i to 11rslrun Here tomorrow and w wednesday More prizes added to list at is ivs Herald ski fair More prizes were added today also announced today was the school for girls with the doors to the $1,000 list of free gifts that list of prizes being Given by the opening at 7.30. Will be Given away tomorrow and news Herald and the Iii mint no one will go away empty wednesday nights at the App ing co. They Are handed. There will be free am Ante fair sponsored by the news tuesday night Maytag pies of Clima Leue for All. And Herald and the illuminating co electric dryer two sight Saver to Painesville coca cola Wui also three Beauty salons have added Hie lamps one electric carving provide everyone with free gift certificates. They Are knife one electric tooth Brush. Cokes. Marian s Beauty Salon 28801 wednesday night Ria _ Lake Shore blvd one $2 75 gift Whirlpool 13 Cut. Upright Freez 1�t Lak 01 qty a a a go sight Saver Tab lamps. Dance it Tealer it Wui a Pat in however bargain still Tjien on sundays. See Page 2, column 4 sunday sales cases Ini off fourth time a Deputy clerk at Willoughby municipal c ourt just laughed when a reporter asked if Wickliffe Blue Law trial would be Brid a scheduled today. The trials originally set for Jan. 24, were postponed for the fourth time. Attorneys Are delaying action until Fate of a Bill to liberalize the sunday closing Law becomes known. Passed by the Ohio . Its now in a Senate committee. Wickliffe police or rested the seven defendants for sunday sales at of stores including spartan discount and a Lawson store. The new trial Date is june 2�, the Deputy clerk told the reporter and they both bad another Good laugh. Cts buses score a hit la was a big Day for Willowick residents. At 7 03 thin morning 27 of them boarded the first cts Willow ick to Cleveland express bus. The big Quot Modi Naire a bust a marked it downtown run from spokesman said. Cts is using agree on an approach Ile said the be. 319 St. And Vine St. Jet a passenger buses. Common Market would agree to Quot i be been waiting for this Day the service is on a in. Day a Date if the United states Eon for three and a Hail year. I Ina a. Till take a few Days ent to handle the High Tariff Quot a i could do was use my Back think people should appreciate before people get used to Hie pro Hurt on the same level As it Hoe to hold up the Bank so it and patronize this Ervi let said idea said Willowick mayor Carl proposals for across a the a Board would t Cave in further a he said. Renfrew Spence. 31115 Bay Ridge t. Hall wlm requested the Aery cuts Cave Iii victim rescued Eastlake City employ wrote a Mon meeting but agreed Lopre Anding to a sewer worker a de at a special evening cession 11 a my u,14�?~n a a wrapped of Hie disputing sides m a French rave in saturday. Crux of the situation u that buried a it a a ministers of the common Market Aud in Lay and dirt at Tho countries a France. West Ger Al a nine loot Aitch had any Italy Hie Netherlands Bel m minute ordeal shortened glum anti Luxembourg a insult it Oft Bly by the Quick re on reductions in individual h s of Aimo to a Dona Rescue Tariff they considered too High Vur a a wed a agreed general cuts. Witnesses quid they were amaze the delegation has insisted de Quot it la f Tom a a tit on equal percentage cuts from i a a Law a which both sides with a g Ull of slashes ave Ltd at a e. 357 St As High As 50 Lier cent. It wants Tave to open formal bargaining sex a a a Sion May 6, l%4. Wmk it j kit Tony Nodi a common Market official said before Tiev got Here a one neigh no Date could be fixed for bar Bor said Bdl Schilling 35181 Stev. Gaming talks until the unit new on of three d. A cd slates and tin Trade bin a Corker digging the sanitary sewer Trench at 843 a 357 St., was especially thankful for the City Quick response. Blvd. Willowick. Ike. A its so convenient and so easy. The bus Stop is Only two minutes from my door. I have been waiting for five said mrs. Valerie Zastowski 666 e. 315 St cts official say they won t know until later today How Many people took a Vantage of the six downtown runs. But they were already gratified As they Begar Thor head count. The second Bas carried 20 people. A a a a a of done to expect a v. De lot of people the first Day Quot a to fn1 Coni its Aith Cardinal Vatican City apr pole John Xxiii it Only rred Lor More than an hour today with Stefan ardinal wvs/yitsk., primate of Poland. It a their second meeting Mace the polish Cardinal came Here May x amid report that Warsaw and the Vatican might be considering establishment of consular relations. Maurice Liras eau. Belgian minister of foreign Trade conveyed a i Don t know How Here so tile City got but for Polovic his Sun tanned the Market group delusion to face Grey my w Ith Shock his leg Christian a her ter president twist. Immovable around a hand Kennedy a chief negotiator at the shovel he had Beer using every Gatt talks. The talk wind up second seemed like an Bour. To Unity. The v. S. Proposal Call or Quot substantial equal linear Tariff re it had been a routine Trench digging and pipe laying Job Lam duct. Us toni Tod cup saturday morning tor . Lion a a in tort the i a mid states its it Haiir k and 1� Chuck wants nearly All tariffs slashed by the same Butnik 35884 Lawton ave., taste percentage a. Ilke France s insistence the common Market countries contended that the three ome had begun at tha High v s tariffs should be slashed Street and run tile pipe some la by pleated amount than Low la feet toward the Blouse. One Side of rope an tariffs. I see Page 2 column i a Frisoli Tenini Aniot Iii Loose certificate. Al Orrick. 16 classified. 12-14 Cross Section. 4-5 dear Abby. 6 Loo obituaries. 2 red Smith. Ii sports. 10-11 tv.5 women s news.6 7 one electric carving knife electric tooth Brush. One irresistible 4052 Erie St cute. Beauty Salon the fair and will have splays set up which the audience May look Over before or after the show. Is an is pid there 8 i one to Gilt Cert Iii door Pate As published in sat strati0ns o Bundru. And Lreh a a a i urday s new Herald. Equipment. Martin s House of Beauty. The appliance fair will get in adm in is free and to sets j the cd ossified Ruting doily 18035 Vine St. One gift certificate Der Way at 8 pm. East h evening for the drawing May be picked for full funeral details for a shampoo and set. Jin the auditorium of Andrews up at the door waen you enter. Death notices always head our classified columns. Look for classification #1 of the begging of dynamite stolen in Birmingham Birmingham Ala. It apr Loose dynamite in this area a i the Federal troop. Land local authorities Are keeping authorities Are investigating the an uneasy Cairn prevailed Dur the president and Wallace met the peace in Birmingham and can theft of a Large amount of Dyna no the weekend. Nearly 1,300 Law a few hours later at muscle put Down any disorders that might mite several Days before enforcement officer were Avail Shoals in North Alabama at a flare up. Blasts touched off negro rioting Able for duty and potential Troy Tennessee Valley authority an one of the Leader of the Keseg in this City and threw Sparks of Hie area were under heavy a Observance. They talked relation Campaign the Rev. By racial unrest All Over the a Ion tool. About 3.000 Federal troops during a helicopter flight to att a toe Walker contended in a two cases of dynamite we e called up by president Kennedy Huntsville where the president talk at a Washington rally that stolen from a storage Houe prior for possible use in Birmingham spoke. Alabama troopers Are trying id to the May la bombing of a be were on standby at two Alabama Quot we discussed things briefly a Quot incite negroes to riot through in Gro House and a Mote. Sheriff Mel bases. Wallace said later at a news con Ami Dation and agitation. Vin Bailey Duclosel sunday. Nor gov. George c. Wallace who Ference. Pierre Salinger while news Herald sports column it Mady that would he too pounds a int about 700 state officers House press Secretary said the Jiminy Cannon today tells kit a its a frightening nut the City filed suit saturday discussion a Quot not Story on racial strife in bum said Bailey a there is plenty Ai m an Effort to Block any use of Wallace maintains that state in Gaiu. See la in be 12. J

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