Willoughby News Herald in Willoughby, Ohio
20 May 1963

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20 May 1963

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News-Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1963, Willoughby, OhioMon., May 20, 1963 but More extended Cooper favors another flight by Jules Loh Cape canaveral Fla. Come from an extended Mercury a few winks during he flight. Down before the big Atlas rocket then he tossed the question to roared off the launching Nad. Or. Robert c. Seamans associate i administrator of the National aeronautics and space administration. We Are faced with a decision continued from Page 1 in the next or so on another sj0n of his launch. I Felt As i Mercury Seamans said i right out on ibs Point c but said it is quite unlikely an the Needle being put right to the other Mercury manned Mission he said will be conducted. J he had no difficulty sleeping in longer you keep Mercury space save one. He awoke once personnel working Mercury to find his arms in weightlessness flights the longer you delay a the cockpit a front of sting them on the gemini pro him. It is rather distracting he he said. I said especially the multitude tuesday the laconic oklahoman critical control with the Huck finn Grin will re there in fron chive the National aeronaut us and reach. When space administration s Distin Craft was powered gushed service medal from was Dent Kennedy at a ceremony in added the White House Rose Garden. Then he will address a joint ses Sion of Congress and the Way. It seemed like an Odd ing Day will go to new York for a ticker tape Parade. Today Cooper plans Only to rest from the one predictable after effect of his 54-hour cosmic Advent Onrush of adulation from an admiring populace. A head last monday when men his latest taste of it was actor Council approved reducing Homey and Heartfelt Welcome sizes from to the people of Cocoa Beach who Square feet on about 100 acres j thursday turned out sunday along a the old township. I s mile stretch of Sun drenched High-1 the ordinance was passed As Board meeting a s Way and waved flags and legislation which re a Friday saturday and Beach towels and hollered quires Only one Reading. Normal legion. Well done by three readings at three meet. It was one of the largest crowds Ings Are necessary to make Laws "1ay Ever assembled in this Neon-Light-1 two other township officials Council waiting Andrews tradition in a traditional ceremony at Andrews school for girls Patricia Kemper senior pins a Corsage on Karen Bobich of the Junior class both of Willough by. The 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. Mentor memos from the Mentor league of organizations by 7-6729 Witt to disclose Pine Ridge plan Wiloughby Council is waiting to Dati Aas for surfacing additional hear How fee City can acquire Willoughby streets. Pine Ridge country club with chairman Donald Prindle said out it costing taxpayers a cent the committee will propose As Coue Coman Ellwood h. For Elm St., Oakdale and promised to disclose his plan to Crestwood aves., Summit so and eight. Witt told Council last Mon Mckinney ave., Extension. Day the City could make the committee will also recon to a year from the club. A sealed surface for Park Wickliffe has offered is million was and Poplar drs. And Wood. For it but its want Bell and Adkins ads. The addition of these streets was made possible by a expect cold Cal also will receive the edly Low bids on surfacing 22 service committee s recommend streets previously approved. Air conditioned school bids lower than first thought architects Ward and Schneider address system clocks Bells Ana say an air conditioned Junior curtain tracks. High can be built in monday Federal room 12.30 reasonable Range of tiie they were added because budgeted. The building is compact. Schneider Willoughby Eastlake officials says. And we wanted to make still it seems like you should t sleep with your arms hanging Cut -71 tuesday headlands Susoy 12 acc pre school Story hour i co Zoner continued from Pagel i school . 3 p in enter Viii age 5 . J wednesday j Mentor teachers Geneva meet Ling . i7. Auxiliary number actually thin2s look prel mrs. Traded children i Helen Gunsett of Van Werr Ohio. Several other organization. Away the astronaut accepted seven Man Council this plaudits from an open car was year and grinning his famous. Crin beside him was his township trustees o i Trudy. cars behind were or and two Miles away their daughters. Camala 14. And doth of smaller to the Trench was sold by. The on the police said hurry in say they u ran in no the democratic party s 954 a rides a court re store Flea Ute i t i til i it Clolice. To Villi Tisil _ or a mixture of Clay and dirt. turned. Said Tnomas Jve Moer. Convention. Mrs. A Ynselt is cores four suddenly Schilling saw the one Foreman of the Road department j at a Mentor councilmen Kenned he Ohl democratic National com or five locally sponsored ecu Bank begin to slide. He shouted to Rowe sped to the scene with an e Edwin Harriger. Bud Mittee Waian. Cessions. Clairella said. Polovic get Polovic turn other Back Hoe. Taking three other de to look and As far As water department workers he got. Hundreds of pounds of Claybed Mellix. Super inter. Com land Clere some 225 represent utes from and congregational Union has 35 churches attended the Union s to of naj annual meeting sunday. The i and reformed Northeast Ohio Synod of the Evan to churches in greater Cleveland in helical and reformed Church took and dirt locked him instantly in ent of the City Road department. 3 for Benefit of the 70 that twisted position. I also arrived a seconds later newsmen who had Don t Ianth another half dozen City of four Davs earner Ilion until 1965 held Back the sliding Bank ploys. In his drawl told orbit Frith the bucket of my and it took them an hour and 20 my orbit hmm he performed is Chuck scrambled into the Hole utes to free the panting Polovic. Various experiments made photo and braced Oicer Bank All we could collapsed further. Presented a spectacular viev Joseph Atzberger and Richard up for re elec i f his Bact against the who was Given a Garden Hose to r graphs of celestial Phenomena and j Sci dog said breathe through in Case the much As any other sightseer Plasil an 15 Vear i spiritual Leader Dies Jcu Yahola. Lorain Lake Beauga Ashtabula Moundes Iii go Linto operation oct. L. The merger of the evangelical Aad reformed congregational churches in the United Church of in traces and four front Teeth were Crawler. Over 100 Yards from iks pc cake a out Linda Huber 14-year-old Daugh pol be took the Cleve snapshots of the magnificent a Driver escaped serious in Ter of or. And mrs. John c. He land mar. To West end Hospital Himalayas. Jury when his late t her 835 e. 357 St., called the to where disclosed no broken he told How he was Able to see thunderbird ripped out a guar-1 Oclay at lice who immediate div notified the . Minute detail on the ground Mere rail slowed through a Gar Vater n do sustaining Only a badly bruised than 100 Miles boat and Den smashed into ing maintenance work at the City left leg in the Cave in Polovic its Wake in a River trucks flipped Over. Wrecked car with a broken Anve. Leg and is i fair . Crile a hos Ritsi. Z Ana nose were broken. Crecraft Kep repeating this sheriff s Deputy George Miller Ces ties Sav. A Brick found Paul e. Crecraft about that a was alone . Yesterday in the bloody searched the Creek area garage at Erie and Stevens about was released. Columbus Ohio a the1 Church of Jesus Christ of latter iday saints pays its last respects tuesday to its spiritual Leader for i Southern and Central Ohio killed he prime of life in a traffic crash. The funeral for or. James Leo Merte sea jr., 32. O the Columbus stake of the mor Church will be conducted i his Home Church. I is not far from the Ohio state University Campus where or. Mortensen Vas a Rraci Cossor of acronym a. Wheel chair and Hospital Supply r Itle Tai 1 walkers canes catches obituaries John in Metis of Columbus. re m or. John 72. Of 170? wednesday at oar lady of mount Jerome m. Croak. 67. Died Robin Dale rd., Wickliffe. Died carrne1 Churchi. Saturday at his Home 48-53 Belle yesterday at Euclid Glen i Meadow cd. Hospital John ii Ilc a Highway smoke Curling from Mentor police cited Joseph ii. Ron sea of a dark is Horvath 20, for careless opera-1 Crecraft s eastbound in taken t3 Madison Tion it. 20 in Madison left the Road Kos Lral and later transferred to ked so a chief Frank a thy said Hor and rolled 175 fee Ever an pm Crile. Was still usable to Tell i bib ten so car of Vatn eastbound on Munson a. , smashing into a re deputies any More morning. Early saturday evening. Passed Taining Wall deputies Sav. Tto. On Corr another Driver Ai a High rate1 the 1939 eid Over deputies then lost control in a 2nd acros5 Creek 5ay. A a Prouty Jerome 31. Croak o Speed Sharp curve. Horvath. 303 n a Iteana on saturday on of a Psoas available How at Baker drug stores 4032 Erie St., Wiby. Per Khilil medical big. Phone we 2-0771 or we 6-0790 w. Jackson St or. Its in crees pm. Con Paynesville a retired employs of the Cove services for John White land engineering co. Or. A Meit lived in Wicklife 52 years. He a member Crane s soil Century Cleveland club. Mentor headlands. He had lived there nine years. Or. Croak Vas a u elder for released 43 years and a member of the be held a 03 . Weaves Union. Local 120. O Day a the Davis funeral Hornc Cleveland. 4154 Clark Villous inv. I "7rj77 Hui survived of Alice a was a Rayea at or. 71. Of 2011 Yoser Nite a a son. Don of Willouck West end and released girl 17 Hurt .3, re cradled to a nearby Rouse Tor a caller reported blood and there no Marks in the crawled to lie Abai Menec Ujj triv re a Rev sure his jaw was broken in a Crecraft . V Dai of Winiar Csc of Eastlake. Of co receive Tonias Mccloud. Is of be is also survived by five from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . Today Eacle re. Kirtland Sutt cred Leotie Michael of a . A. r. J at the Brunner funeral Home Thorry of Mentor on the Lake do Coughter. Tors. Kathleen s465 Frank 53.d or. Err and Clarence. Patrick to Kobe card of Mafield Heights Rcv. Dale Kline of the Shore bound Auto driven by Robert Ca Eph of win Wick. Sistos. Mrs. Alice m. Wallis of Gate Church. Willow ick. Vel. 22. Of 321 Morrelle was the brother of mrs. . Mrs. Emmie officiate at i . To . Made 3 left Mastrangelo of South eur Ward of Sheffield. England and at the funeral . Fron of heading . Clid. Pat Brunet of Buffalo and Jessie Kelsey of Shropshire burial will be in Knollwood Cave a cited for Michael Brunet of Italy. England and three grandchildren. Cemetery Mayfield Heights. Yield the right of or. Brunette had 13 Dren. Louis r. Orlando funeral Home 29550 Euclid ave., Wick i ii Fie i will be in Whitehaven cemetery. Friends May Call at the funeral the Rosary will be said at Home from 7 to 9 tonight tonight by the Willoughby knights 12 to 4 and 7 to 9 . Tomorrow. Tonight Winner Gregory Peck to flu a mockingbird tonight tuesday 2 hits Thunder of Drums and two Rode together Eastlake dried theatre Vine St. Phone we 2-2663 period of adjustment All in a night s work Euclid ave. Outdoor theatre 28737 Encke ave. We 3-7244 All horror show in color Vincent Price. Basil Rathbone tales of horror social Miller car oif Osen rept Ilieus Michael Couge june Cunningham horrors of the Black museum Winner of 3 Academy Best actor Gregory be k l to kill a mgckin8eipj" adults f.25 juniors .75 children .25 rest a Compaq car end insurance weekend special Fri. 4 9 . 10.00 pics pennies per deluxe Motel Soso by 5-s4s6 Tram lore Motel cs57s ave by we 2-sooo Paxton s cities service 1155 Lentor ave. P Ville eur 4-9776 vre Honor american express credit cards the one place to Call for the minute you want it Ca i beneficial nov get Cash do Juls fast for san i m pro Verr ants medical Bills Auto repairs any Good reason. The folks at beneficial Ike to say Cali up or Cove in very minute beneficial finance system Loans up to s20cd 01 a furniture or car beneficial finance co. Of Willoughway 36212 Euclid Avenue Willoughby 2-w Iii Piara shopping Center phone s46-2960 evenings by Fos Koussi _1 slews Laperl

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