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Lima News, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1959, Lima, Ohio imo News Dec. 9, 1959 TODAY'S LOG Dismissals ST. RITA'S Mrs. John C. 624 Arthur Charles B Mrs. Fred W. William Fox and 568 W. Charles 1034 N. Mrs. Harold 1520 N. Mrs. Ohio Miss Tirza Mrs. Ralph Harry Mrs. Lester G. 743 Mrs. Wilbur snd Richard F. Mrs. Alan 546': S. Lance Johnson a. Mrs 524 W. 619 N. Edward Judith H. Mrs. 463 W Mrs. Dale H. Delia W. Le Roy Mrs. Carl A. Johnny W. 461 Thomas B. Mrs. Orpha May 1002 ther R. 515 W. MEMORIAL Mrs. Carl Jill 547 E. Mrs. Fred Focht and fery Timothy Roger 2727 Lost Creek Mrs. Richard Griffin and Susan 5. Mrs. Eibert Russell Miss John S. 21. 431 ST. RITA'S Miss Mary E. Harry A. 130'2 N. Mrs. iLola M. Van A. Station 5. Grand Roger Columbus Mrs. Belle Jackie 518 Ralph W. 1501 W. Robert J. Robert 1815 vin F. St. Victor J. Mrs. las 1089 N. Mrs. Robert L. 748 W. Louis rence Carlton W. Donald 885 David 1143 N. Joan 1143 N. Mrs. Miles R. 532 S. Marriace Leslie E. Shelley 19. 453V; Margaret and Hazel Police Set Workshop A sponsored by Northwest Guidance will be held tomorrow starting at a.m. in the basement meeting room of the Civic Center at 140 W. Subject of the meeting will be Procedures With the Emotionally Disturbed Leader of the discussion will be Ralph Schoonmaker of the land police Members of the panel include Dr. Henry Luidens of the Lima State Al tor of the Lima Police diet a newspaper and Malcolm Ba- Lima The meeting is designed to vide the police in northwestern Ohio with information and tical suggestions on how best to Death Notices deal disturbed persons with whom they come in according to Dr. John P. director of the Ave. Mrs. Lawrence Robert W. 30. Box 563. Choir Entertains Lima members of the Lima Senior High School Choir entertained Lima Kiwanis Club members and their wives Blue Lick Mrs. and Arlene L. 29. 11! Tuesday at the Argonne 1006 Mrs. Bertha j Mason L. Thompson 20. 166 Marcus Grand and Marcia K. Rt. 2. The Kiwanians and their wives packed the Crystal Room of the Mrs. Ethel Richard 38, 1315 Oakland The the direction of 7394 and Opal Mae Ron sang four Charles 1115 S. Mrs. Sockrider and James) Willie V. 25. 216 E. Vine Mrs. Paul and Bernice L. 25, 1815 Benjamin j St. Mrs. Virgil James Gordon 29. 132J 2603 Breese Mrs. Ronald Charles and Deanna June ner and infant Ricky 22. West Vincent David E. 25, Rt Ft. Jennings and Dorothy Rt. 2. I Thomas 22. Llanet 20. 426 23. 3504 J. Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rt. 2. Columbus are the parents of a girl born Tuesday in Memorial Admissions Mr. and Mrs. William Rt. 1. are the parents of a in MEMORIAL Terry Dennis and Catherine Ann John 333 19' 102 S. De Wayne 540 THAT REFRESHES Frederick ents of a Patty 202'2j Vt. Miss Dianna broke into a supermarket j 126 stole dollars from a Margaret and drank two quarts of milk Frank 536 before JOHN E. BREESE John E. 80, 333 S. former county died at p.m. Tuesday in rial Hospital after an illness of one Born April 21. 1879 Allen he was a son of William H. and Ida neer Allen County The Hovers came to Allen County in 1833, and the in 1832. He received a BA degree trorn Ohio Wesleyan University in 1902. and an electrical engineering de- gree from Purdue University in 1906. He later completed work in civil MRS. LENA Mrs Lena Bertha 420 N. died at p.m. Tuesday in St. Rita's where she hud been a patient for nine She was born May 4, 1890 in Wis. She moved to Lima four years Her William F. died 30 years Surviving are one Fred of 420 N. two at and Mrs. Carey Mauk of Rt. 2, one William of two Mrs. Alina Bay of and Mrs. Emma Sammetinger of and five Mrs. Zwick was a member of the Zion Lutheran Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday in the Siferd West Chapel with Rev. Maurice White Friends mav call at the west Express Hits Machinery On Tracks Derailment Injures 5 Chapel after 7 p.m. Car Bumps 6 By LLOYD ROCHELLE Pa. A Pennsylvania Railroad express carrying about 140 passen derailed in a rugged moun Iain area of central Pennsylvania early Five persons were injured wher die crack New York to Cleveland the left t h c rails about after striking a 12-foot-long steel bar apparently dropped by another Depsey L. 21, 189fi E. 84th St. was admitted to Lewistown General Hospital with hand and leg John Aside from 12 vears he lived most of his time in Allen He was county engineer of Allen County from 1928- to 19.36. and from 1948 to 1952. again Mr. Breese was a charter ber of Lima Sons of the American and a past He was a member of Masonic No. 205. Free and Accepted Lima No. 49. Royal Arch and Lima No. 20. Royal and Select and was a past high He re- cently received his 50 year pin from Lima Masonic He was a member of the First tist He is survived by his the rormer Mary Longs whom Mr. and Mrs. Harold he married June 30- are the at St. ORDER SAVE Special sale THK BRILLIANT WORLD BOOK and 412 to 20 j are the parents of a Mr. and Mrs. Gerald 740 are the parents of a boy born today at St. Rita's Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert are the parents of a girl born today at St. Rita's New Aristocrat Binding 24K gold 24K lop bindings priced 110 down ffl month TH ivp January 1. horn Wednesday in irial Mr. and Mrs. Luther are the parents of a boy horn Monday in Memorial your children ihe of the finest and most pedia ever You an extra advantage if you order during this cial save the full of down World Book is n leader in America's and Now it is r n filled with fresh Richard Gratz R.R. Ohio Without lei me have full information on ihc 1 960 World j Mr. I 434 N. hoy born and Mrs. arc the parents of a in Memorial Mr. and Mrs. Junior are the parents of a girl born Monday in Mr. and Donald 1110 are the parents of a girl born Monday in Memorial Hospital Mrs. Ira L. Shaffer of 1011 and two Robert B. Shaffer of Md. and Joe G. Shaffer of Fla. Arrangements are incomplete at the Chiles and Son Funeral friends after 5 p.m. call LOWRY'S SUPER MARKET 115 E. Moin St. Con Tomato Soup 5 Lb. Pillsbury Flour 1 Lb Son Tee Saltines 6 Ot Coffee lOc 45c 23c 79c 1.00 6 ox Old Orange Juice 6 609 Super Dollar Potato Chips 49c Cut Green Beans Eorly June Peas Dark Kidney Beans Elf Apple Sauce Florida 1 50 Tangerines 10 Lb. Main Potatoes Pascal Celery Dinner Bell Smoked Picnics 29c Lb 45c Picnic Pork Roast Lb 25c Home Made Bulk Sausage Pork tender Cube Steaks Bonus Buy 3 Lh 15.00 10 to 60c per pound on Meats A.M. To P.M. MON Preferred by particular people MRS. MARGARET WOODS Mrs. Margaret Elizabeth 70. 1631 Oakland died at p.m. Tuesday in rial where she had been a patient for one She was born in Jan. 21, 1889. She had been a resident of Lima for three Her Dr. F. E. died in 1948. Surviving arc a Dr. Frank Woods of N. one Mrs. Charles Lane of 1631 Oakland two Lewis C. Gilliam of and Richard P. Gilliam of one Mrs. ell of W. and five Mrs. Woods was a member of Cranberry Memorial Methodist Va. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Funeral with Dr. Edwin S. Burial will be in ton The body will be shipped from the Chiles and Son Funeral Home to Virginia this Steen 204 and Mrs. C. Fred 224 E. Schenley were admitted with leg in- juries and Mrs. Joanne Mulligan 4505 East West 48, 407 E. Lutton A six-year-old Lima boy New a railway a cut on his right knee yesterday afternoon when he ran in front of. a car at the section of Metcalf and Jimmy son of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Kitchen of ran into the paMi of a southbound driven by Roy 35. 712 at police An off-duty Carl witnessed the accident and notified the police Police said the boy ran from the east side of the intersection as the Mawhorr car started across the north Mawhorr managed to stop in police and the car only bumped the boy who was taken home by Lima Physicians Get Instruction Doctors Maurice L. Lewis and Henry E. both of are attending a five day 4000 Idled By Railroad Walkout PITTSBURGH of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen went on strike today against the Pittsburgh and Lake Eric halting operations of the line and idling 4.000 The walkout started at 6 a.m. after minute efforts to re- solve a dispute over the handling of freight caboose cars in the railroads In addition to heavy freight op- Pittsburgh and the strike cut off I commuter service from the er and Ohio River Valleys to which already was plagued bv a walkout of trolley were hospitalized in Huntingdon with shock and con- Passengers Shaken Up Several other passengers were shaken up when two coaches left the A heavier toll of ies was avoided because the coaches did not Four sleeping cars remained on the A diesel 0 baggage and mail cars and a diner A railroad spokesman said 59 coach passengers were aboard the train when it reached graduate course in graphy sponsored by the Central Ohio Heart Assn. in The which lasts is being held at the Carmel i The course is designed to sent current and regarding the in- of and bus operators of its mass transit Jobless Picture Bleak Here The picture in and the state locked a bit sleaker last week in comparison the figures for the ending Nov. 28. according to figures re- eased today by the Ohio State The new claims and continued claims for unemployment pay showed increases over the Nov. 28 Last week in Lima 302 persons filed for unemployment pav com- pared to the previous week's tal of 268. Continued claims rose from 1637 the previous week to 1683 last On the state new claims rose from 17.923 the previous week to 20.264 last Con- claims jumped to 107.909 last week from the previous week's figure of 103.498. at p.m. He said approximately the same number continued There were 83 pullman passengers aboard the Strikes Equipment The struck a large piece of equipment dropped from another train which preceded it Chorpening Heads Group Robert Chorpening was elected president of the Club in a meeting of the group held Monday night in the Metro- Bank Henry ArmentrOut was vice president and Jack Plans for the annual Salvation Army Kettle Drive were outlined to the group by Robert The on the westbound a train crewman The rails split and the machinery which triggered the wreck smashed beyond recognition when the senger train into it. Three of four tracks on the Pennsylvania's east-west mainline were Several crack senger trains were one of which stopped to provide heat for the wrecked train until a re- lief train arrived from The was due to ar- rive in at Pittsburgh at a.m. and land at R a.m. Di Salle drive will be held Dec. 19. The Club Counsel is made up of from the 10 in from the governor Dillon defended the quotation at He said his secretary said overheard T. a reporter for Ohio ard tell his office on They include the print the Breakfast hr from Alco and s been arranged as a Fraud Convicts from posses searched from farmhouse to farmhouse and from barn to mam The CBS Head Resigns NEW YORK James Funeral Notices Lewis will be held at 2 p.m. Friday in the Presbyterian with Dr. John Gregory of- Burial will be in singer Cemetery on State Rt. 117. near under direction of the Ketcham Funeral Mrs. Stella ices will be held at 2 p.m. day in the Haas Funeral with Rev. Orlo Burial will be in mon Clara Services will be held at p.m. Thursday in he Chiles and Son Chapel with Dr. Walter Dickhaut Burial will be in Woodlawn Stella Rebeckah Lodge conduct memorial services at 3: Wot nan Denies DWI Charge A written plea of innocent to a driving while intoxicated charge was entered in Municipal yesterday by Melissa 44, 407 E. Arrested at 1 p.m. Aubrey Jr. today moved into the presidency of the Columbia Broadcasting System television network at a point de- scribed as the most cal in the network's He was catapulted into the job by the bitter resignation Tuesday of Louis G. originator of first quiz 564.000 In a strongly worded letter to Sunday President Frank the 100 block of East said it woman was released from county for me to jail Sunday night on a offered to stay on as scheduled for was continued until dent for 30 in accordance with his or to leave day so that the woman's Stanton asked him Barbara could file Stanton replied accept your written Bond was continued with trial j on that charge to be held I It is effective fugitives include 14 white men and five One Recaptured The mass Tuesday bv 20 convicts was masterminded bv Charles It was so well planned and executed that more than eight elapsed from the time the from front door and tell the owner excessive smoke is coming from the Gaining entrance to the the men go to the basement to inspect the according to apparently place some of chemical in the furnace which causes smoke and flames TO shoot up the Telling the resident the furnace is the men say they make the necessary repairs from to In one a woman the man left the basement when she told i him she would go get a In another a fled from the rear doer of a Lima home as police the front of the Police and Better Business reau officials are ursine al Lima residents to report calling their governor hung up on iion and called Arranging la three-way hookup each could I hear thf the about Dillon's Keenan denied had his print he i said he called his to report thai had n from j conditions He saw the mental his unannounced Other prc said the hari Affr Dillon he offered i most accept vour told the doctor i about I ments based on wha out to false Denies Calling Conferences i The also told the vou to know ronji you can I'm i J i s Di- Td be has turned proud Youth gained control of the prison the alarm was One prisoner was recaptured i later in the Heretofore the maximum from ity prison had been considered had io be pulled from br and was reserved steering the state's most dangerous andj As the officers were incorrigible broke of the was de jand ran towards a iof v scribed by authorities as a short graying His crime ai pan he to heed orders i the to Penn fired the shot TIv felled to career dates back to the when both his father and brother were executed for the slayings of j where he is under 24-hour police j a detective and an FBI All Dangerous also charged reported Stunned prison officials today by Stewart and his the first of next Windows Hit By Vandals Broken windows in buildings by two Lima firms were to police I Making the reports were Condensing 240 E. Continued from dent had been of a man fleeing the station after displaying a Officers who arrived at the station first quickly learned of said the armed robbery and all a four-foot able officers were immediately assigned to the man The fugitive was last seen and Starr Chemical long strip of electrical conduit pipe had been pushed through a window at walking down an alley near the service police At 1 p.m. the search for the bandit was still in Western Condensing Footprints in the police indicated the vandalism wa caused by small At Starr police said a Ambulance I chunk of ice. snow and CHILES AND SON Budd from 540 Marion to Memorial William Jr. from Police Department to Mrs. Lester Uetricht from Beeler Road to Mrs. Lawrence Kies from ial to Birch Miss Esther Wolf from St. Rita's to 515 W. John Terflinger from 1213 N. Sugar to St. Rita's Waynesfield do Krisher from Memorial to Rt. 1. St. Donald Earl from Waynesfield Medical Center to 69c 99c i Joseph Van Oss from St. Rua's to his N Main St HARTER Delphos Ed Bonhain from St. Rita's i to her N. son St. the A tin Hee atto Jon Snv 1 Fred J. Sen ices vill be held at 3 p.m. in Chiles and Son Chapel with Rev. C. B. Vollmar Burial vill be in Memorial Park had been thrown through a storm window Monday Damage at Starr Chemical was estimated at police age at Western the scene of many broken windows in recent was not police Lawyers To Hear Suit Discussion Three Lima and four area at- will attend an institute on in Personal Injury which opens at 9 a.m. Friday at Ohio State The meeting is under the of the College of Law and Ohio State Bar Assn. Attending from Lima are M. Richard D. and Joseph Area and Daniel M. of Findlay and Joseph E. of horts were the worst of the men incarcerated at Ivy men are all state Prisons Director F. Bailey all psycho- and are armed with eight high-powered a and eight Bailey blamed laxity and ure to follow prescribed rules and regulations for the He fired three guards on the One of the Charles 2S. of a serving life for was recaptured in a woods eral miles from Ivy Bluff late I Arraignment o j held upon his r A preliminary will be held in Lafferty will The from spoken to I ing his tours but hearing for Morti press Municipal don't recall onr Mort is hemp held in lieu of a tne superintendent ar he said Charges from The officers were cruising on Main at the The fugitive was chased to the dead end of Union at the Ottawa where the man ran along the muddy bank to Banks was captured by police at the Central bridge with an empty caliber automatic still in his police The following the stumbled into Sam's Ml S. where in the slumped to the floor with his older shot in the left bending over him when police The brothers were rushed to Hospital where efforts to stop bleeding from a severed artery in Donald Marshall's thigh were not successful until early Hospital attaches reported this morning the brothers are ng and are in NOTICE OF CLOSING ON DEC. 26, 1959 AND 2, 1960 fall on close Christinas and clay of Svp on these Usually are open only a few hours in morning on lo our employees a little extra free time the holiday season WK I RK DECEMBER 26. 5ATUR- 2. o fool this on a. not our c Mill lir with Theie sure I into a little ANT- S Market ih
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