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Willoughby News Herald (Newspaper) - May 20, 1963, Willoughby, Ohio 2�?news-herald�?mmal20u9&3_ extended Cooper favors another Happy ending a Mike Polovic 23, is whorled out of went end lion Italy a of Morroney room following his a min Lite Ontra Mont Iii a sower ditch Cave in. His missing shoo still Lios at Tho Bottom of the none foot ditch whore Rescue workers had to out it off his foot. Wheeling Polovic is Emil Sukalle 39641 Johnny Oake Ridge rd., Mentor owner of the Home at which Polovic was working. In the background is Rill Schilling a fellow worker who prevented the ditch from collapsing further. Cave in victim continued from Page i the Trench was solid Clay the other a mixture of Clay and dirt. Suddenly Schilling saw the one Bank begin to slide. He shouted to Polovic a get out Polovic turned to look a and that As far As he got. Hundreds of pounds of Clay and dirt locked him instantly in that twisted position. Two Miles away. A when the police said hurry up we hurried a said Thomas Howe Foreman of the Road department. Rowe sped to the scene with another Back Hoe. Taking three other water department workers along. A a red Medlin superintendent of the City Road department also arrived a few seconds later by Jules i of Cape canaveral Fla. A it with two Days of examinations questions and confetti behind him astronaut Gordon Cooper planned to do absolutely nothing today except relax. That a something that comes easy to a Man who can doze off while perched atop a rocket set to blast him into space. Asked at a news conference sunday if he thought his flight concluded project Mercury Cooper replied that it was his personal opinion that great gain would come from an extended Mercury flight. Then he tossed the question to or. Robert c. Seamans associate administrator of the National aeronautics and space administration. A we Are faced with a decision in the next week or so on another Mercury flight a a Seamans said but said it is quite unlikely another Mercury manned Mission will be conducted. A the longer you keep Mercury personnel working on Mercury flights the longer you delay putting them on the gemini program a he said. Tuesday the laconic oklahoman with the Huck finn Grin will receive the National aeronaut us and j space administrations Dustin gushed service medal from president Kennedy at the White House Rose Garden. Then he will address a joint session of Congress and the following Day will go to new York for a ticker tape Parade. The chimneys of tibetan villages. He also described As matter of factly As though it was really nothing at All. How he glided his spacecraft manually Back to Earth after All the automatic methods had failed. A i saw the Light go on a he said a and i thought maybe at first id just ignore it. But i decided maybe id better not. I was afraid it go this was the Light that signalled the re entry guidance trouble. He told also How he cat napped from time to time when the work was done and How he even caught a few winks during the Long countdown before the big Atlas rocket roared off the launching pad. Cooper continued from Page i Sion of his launch. A i Felt As Andrena tradition in a traditional ceremony at Andrews school for girls Patricia Kemper senior pins a Corsage on Karen Rohrich of the Junior class both of Willoughby. The a senior Farewell ceremony was held yesterday at the school. By the gift of Flowers the seniors symbolically makes Way for the girls who will replace them next fall. Iii Council nailing Witt to disclose Pine Ridge plan Willoughby Council is waiting to nations for surfacing additional hear How the City can acquire Willoughby streets. Pine Ridge country club a with chairman Donald Prindle said out it costing taxpayers a the committee will propose a councilman Ellwood h. Witt phasing for Elm St., Oakdale and promised to disclose his plan to Crestwood aves., Summit St. And night. Witt told Council last Mon the Mckinney ave., Extension Day the City could make $35,000 the committee will also re conto $40,000 a year from the club mend a sealed surface for Park Wickliffe has offered $1 million Way and Poplar . And Wood for it but its owners want $1,200, Bell and Adkins ads. Of the addition of these streets a was made possible by unexpected Noil will receive the edly Low bids on surfacing 22 service committees recommend streets previously approved. Air conditioned school bids lower than first thought i was right out on the Point of y Lff i w / it Chi the Needle being put right to the yet exc la Fol a it if j amp Ilia target a he said. He had no difficulty sleeping in space save one. He awoke once to find his arms in weightlessness hanging in the cockpit in front of him. A it is rather distracting he said especially with the multitude of critical control switches out there in front of him in easy a Quot ceremony in reach when he slept. Spacecraft was powered Down so the problem Wasny to too serious. Added garbage ferments in Wickliffe dump architects Ward and Schneider address system clocks say an air conditioned Junior curtain tracks High can be built in Eastlake a a a within reasonable Range of Ute $850,000 budgeted. Willoughby Eastlake officials last week opened bids totalling $867,002 for the building. They expected to spend about $750,000 to build the school and another $100,000 to equip it. Bells and they were added because the building is compact Schneider says. A and we wanted to malt sure the school is ready for students in september 1964.�?� garbage in Wickliffe dump is they did t Start dumping until a actually things look pret fermenting like a big Batch of thursday mayor Keith v. Web Good a architect g. Frederick he whiskey says councilman Nick Ster said Friday. Webster says Schneider says. A but there is i Dimberio. Many other cities handle a still it seems like you j but the revenues wont be sleep with your arms hanging out snooping around. They today Cooper plans Only to rest j that Way. It seemed like an Odd stand the stink he adds. could t garbage a this Way 365 Days he indicated the costs for air conditioning a Are being looked at like everything else. But there does t seem to be anything out of the Ordinary the school will be built on Glen their some confusion in understanding or. On property adjoining la from the one predictable after of feet of his 34-hour cosmic advert Turey an Onrush of adulation from an admiring populace. His latest taste of it was a Homey and Heartfelt Welcome by the people of Cocoa Beach who turned out sunday along a simile stretch of Sun drenched Highway and waved flags and Bunting and Beach towels and hollered a Well done it was one of the largest crowds Ever assembled in this Neon Light cd Sand spit which the astronauts Call their Home away from Home. The astronaut accepted the plaudits from in open car waving and grinning his now famous Grin. Beside him was his wife Trudy. Two cars behind were their daughters. Clamaca 14, and Janita 13, smiling in teen aged embarrassment. The Parade ended at a Beach it was monday says Euclid incinerator supt. Jerry Carlozzi a the he says the offer general contractors submitted include fur North High a site. It will Hoise 550 to 500 set Early september. Ground is now being prepared front Motel where the girls sat the store will cover about 90.000 sunday continued from Paget Willoughby has t enforced i he sunday closing Law against the few food and drug stores that remain open. Weisberg said the Chain is a hopeful sonic changes will be made in the closing Law at this session of the state legislature. A House a approved Bill my in the Senate could make a common Labory Legal and increase articles that can be old. A a a giant Tiger Hopes to move _ into the store by late August or i Hoth cities started dump no i was Down and to ask permission to dump in Wickliffe. A a Wickliffe Ami Euclid dumped w to he a led Webster that -"7?, a a raw garbage in the City dump ment fund Lan week after the Euclid tacit Day ,0 a quoth a inc Inera 0r no orator broke Down. A a a bulldozers started pushups to feet 0f the tag pile into the water sate o he Loor o he w Hole Day afternoon. About half the pile or cd b hex. A a left i"0�"8 and More 15 press Way. The Euclid Spur and the comme in reports. A York Clewra Railroad both cities probably will Nis hings and installing a some with eighth and ninth grader. Items usually listed in the equip the architects will discuss Tho bids and make a recommends Ion these include lockers grading to the school Board next Mon and landscaping the site a Public Day. A 1 the stagnant water will be a Tim. Do Quot to Unhul of it Breeding ground for flies and twos says a spokesman at the Euclid incinerator. Cleveland joins new Church Union Dimberio claims. A big electric motor at the eur did incinerator had to be rewired it la be Back today says the Cleveland it apr the Cleve some 225 representatives from ,.i an i congregational Union has 36 churches attended the Union Jar l\r0t pivoted unanimously to join with final annual meeting sunday. Tha it la be thick with rats in a week. Evangelical and reformed Northeast Ohio Synod of the Evan churches in greater Cleveland in helical and reformed Church took spokesman but probably wont be rut in hog is be similar action last tuesday. Installed until tomorrow. Jog done backwards and the people Are going to Cimion Christ. Demurely and listened to their father describe his 22-orbit space Square feet in front of the former Thompson Hamo Wooldridge Plant with another half dozen City pm a i held Back the sliding Bank ploys. With the bucket of my Hoe and it took them an hour and 20 min Chuck scrambled into the Hole Lites to free the panting Polovic flight for the Benefit of the 70int Euclid ave. And Beidler re. Newsmen who had watched Hun blast of four Days earlier. In his drawl Cooper told orbit by orbit How he performed his various experiments made photo end braced his Hack against the who was Given a Garden Hose to graphs of celestial Phenomena and a tier Bank a Schilling said breathe through in Case the ditch as0 must a any a Weisberg said the company Hopes to hire most of the store workers locally. Around too will be employed he said # a Iii store will be the largest in the Chain which includes out a a that Sall we could Linda Huber 14-year-old Daugh collapsed further presented with a spectacular View lets in Canton Elyria Sandusky last monday Dimberio claims. Hei Hie garbage could have been figures 700 tons were piled up by buried. There a plenty of dirt Friday. Down there adds Dimberio. A 11 �1,1,1 in a 11j Sailor drags himself from wrecked Auto an is a year a old Sailor who places and four front Teeth were crawled Over too Yards from lits knocked out. In i United Church of the Western Reserve association composed of 18 churches a Cuya hoga. Lorain Lake Geaugh and Ashtabula counties will go into operation oct. I. The merger of the evangelical and reformed congregational churches in the United Church of Christ has been under Way sine 11957. Spiritual Leader Dies in Auto crash Eastlake police took the Cleve took snapshots of the magnificent and Akron As Well As greater right ter of or. And mrs. John c. He land mar. To West end Hospital Himalayas. Cleveland Ber 835 e. 357 St., called the to where x rays disclosed no broken he told How he was Able to Sec r will offer lies who immediately notified the Bones. Minute detail on the ground More store s array of goods at discount water department which was do sustaining Only a badly bruised than too Miles be Iowa a boat and prices Weisberg said. Tog maintenance work at the City left leg in Tho Cave in Polovic its Wake in a River trucks on garage at Erie and Stevens about was released. La Highway smoke Curling from obituaries Christiana Mills inc. Is preparing to move its entire production of women a sports clothes into the old Thompson Ramo Wooldridge Plant late this year or Early next. Wrecked car with a broken ankle left ankle and Arm leg and atm is Al fair condition leg and nose were broken department at Hospital. Crecraft kept repeating the 1 sheriff Deputy George Miller name deputies say. Found Paul e. Crecraft about fearing that he was not alone 9 30 a m. Yesterday in the bloody deputies searched the Creek area front seat of an abandoned car. Until dark last night. Crecraft Auto eastbound on Crecraft taken to Madison it 20 in Madison left the Road Hospital and later traversed to Columbus Ohio a the Church of Jesus Christ of latter Day saints pays its last respects tuesday to its spiritual Leader for Southern and Central Ohio killed in the prime of life in a traffic crash. The funeral for or. James Leo Mortensen jr., 38, president of the Columbus stake of the Mot men Church will be conducted in his Home Church. It is not far from the Ohio state University Campus where or. Mortensen was a professor of agronomy. He died in Clinton memorial wheel chair and Hospital Supply r in iss Tal John Brunetti of Columbus. I funeral services Are 9 30 a in. Or. John Brunotts 72. Of 1704 wednesday at our lady of mount Robin Dale rd., Wickliffe died Carmel Church yesterday at Euclid a Glenville Hospital. A retired employee of the Cleve land Crane amp engineering co., or. Brunetti lived in Wickliffe �2 years. He a member of Cleveland cranes 20th Century club. Or. Brunetti is survived by his wife Lucy Nee Mateo two John while funeral services for John White will he held at 2 30 . Wednesday at the Davis funeral Home 4154 Clark ave. Willoughby. Or. White 71. Of 2011 Yosemite dr., Richmond Heights died yesterday. He formerly lived in East Jerome m. Croak daughter of listed a fair or. Jerome m. Croak 67, died i a i a i 11 lf11 u saturday at his Home 4w8 Belle Mcadow re. Mentor headlands. He had lived there nine years. Or. Croak was a welder for 48 years and a member of the pipe fitters Union local 120, of Cleveland. And roiled 175 feet Over an fit Crite a still unable to Tell a Hospital Wilmington sunday of ban Kment smashing into a re deputies any More this met mining 1lurics suffered in a Headon taming Wall deputies say. He a Home on leave from the . Cd it a saturday on the 1959 Sedan flipped end Over san Diego naval base deputies a a a a Thuvinh jul in Uio Kama 11 Tea 0�., of Wilmington. Two other persons the 27 year old daughter Eastlake fire chief Donald Cario in in fair condition today at Euclid Golf Stville Hospital. Mrs. Allen r Zalecky. 157 Shel right end across Arcella Creek Landing say. His Home is at 11169 Prouty on its wheels in the Creek bed .rd., Concord. Before be lapsed into uncool chief Deputy Edwin i. Sjo says scion Ness. Crecraft told deputies they started the investigation Affine crawled to a nearby House ter a caller reported blood and and when there was no answer strange Marks in the pavement crawled to the band a Ned car. I Sjo save they re fairly sure now Vij his jaw was broken in two that Crecraft was alone. Were injured. Daughters. Mrs. Loretta Hartman Lake. Of Wickliffe and mrs. Carolyn Williamson of Eastlake. He is also survived by five Pons Michael of Willoughby Anthony of Mentor on the Lake and Clarence Patrick and Job Eph of Willowick. He was the brother of mrs. Tira Mastrangelo of South eur. White was a retired machinist of general electric co. To is survived by his wife. Alice s. A son. Don of Willowick two ton blvd., a a fractured Sisters mrs. Emma Berkey of hip and cuts and bruises. Ogden Utah and mrs. Jessie she was injured Early saturday Wood of Cedar Falls Iowa and morning when her car hit a util five grandchildren. The family win receive friends from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . Today surviving Are his wife Eliza at the Brunner funeral Home Beth daughter mrs. Kathleen 8466 Mentor ave., Mentor. Robellard of Mayfield Heights few. Dale Kline of the Shore Sisters. Mrs. Alice m. Wallis of Gate methodist Church. Willowick. Pittsburgh mrs. Emmie Wood will officiate at i . Services to Ward of Sheffield England and Alki Pat Brunetti of Buffalo and is Jessie Kelsey of Shropshire Michael Brunetti of Italy. Or. Brunetti had 18 grandchildren. England and three grandchildren. The Rev Milton c. Sealey of the family will receive friends Erie Side Church in Boulevard the family will receive friends and or so g l d from 7 to to tonight and from Hll St Beth covenant Church 2 to Sand 7 to i pm tomorrow a a conduct. Buna at the Louis r. Orlando funeral Morrow at the funeral Home. Burial will be in Knollwood cemetery Mayfield Heights. Home 29550 Euclid ave., Wickliffe. Hie Rosary will be said at 8 30 tonight by the Willoughby knights\2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . Tomorrow. Will be in Wii Lehaven cemetery. Friends May Call at the funeral Home from 7 to 9 tonight and Painesville tonight a tuesday award Winner Gregory Peck to kill a mockingbird Tyya the Darden spot tonight a tuesday a 2 hit a Thunder of Drums Quot and Quot two Rode together Quot Eastlake drive in theatre Vin St. Phone we 2-2643 a period of adjustment a fall in a night s work try pole on Lake Shore blvd. Mrs. Zalecky has been a Volun Teer at the Hospital since january. 1962. She took a month s leave and had planned to return As re caption desk Volunteer this week. Police say they Hope to get a statement from her today on what exactly happened. They said they did no to talk to her Over the weekend because her condition was serious. Euclid ave. Outdoor theatre 21737 Euclid a. We 3-1244 All horror show in color Vincent Price Basil Rathbone tales of horror Bodil Miller Cerl of often step Hilicus Micheel Couge june Cunningham horrors of the Black museum theatre Winner of 3 Academy awards Best actor Gregory Peck Mimsi nil a to kill a mockingbird adults juniors. Children 1.25 .75 .33 econ car rental system rent a compact Cai fill Chrysler products a. A per 24 or. Period plus pennies a mile Gas a maintenance and insurance weekend special Fri. 4 .�?Mon. 9 a m. 10.00 pies pennies per Mil deluxe Motel 9260 Mentor ave. By s-3454 Trot ashore Motel 3ss78 Mentor ave., w by we 2 8000 Paxton s cities service uss Mentor ave. P tile Al 4-9774 we Honor american express credit cards the one place to Call for Money the j minute you want it Call beneficial now get Cash double fast for Spring clothing Home improvements medical Bills Auto repairs an Good reason. The folks at beneficial like to say a yes a Call up or come in. This very minute beneficial finance system Loans up to $2000 on signature furniture or car beneficial finance co. Of Willoughby 36212 Euclid Avenue Willoughby 2-Wilto Plaza shopping Center a phone 94&2960 open evenings by appointment a phone for hour a

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