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Lima Star (Newspaper) - March 24, 1966, Lima, Ohio The Lima Star today Low ItMi Partly and continued MM First Year 161 24 Pages MARCH 1966 Price 10 Cento Storm Toll Reaches 21 Snow Buries Plains States THIS IS hopeful motorist clears his wind shield trying to start his car on a deserted to downtown as rho in 1 across MM upper plants and and the of Minnesota shut down for ttio f timo in Archbishop Sees Marriage Rule As Barrier To Unity By GERALD HOLER ROME AP Pope Paul VI and the Archbishop of Canter bury pledged today that their churches work toward But the archbishop said afterward ate Roman Catholic Churchs stand on mixed mar riage still was a major Archbishop Michael Ramsey nade his statement on mixed it arriage after he and Pope Faul had together in the Pontifical of Pauls ard ban issued a joint tirn committing their churches to an active program of collabo ration to bring them closer to That was climax of the archbishops historic vLit first by an Angli an primate since the Church of England away from the Vatican m But the came sev eral hours later at a news con There the archbishop that Pope Pauls recent eas ing of mixed marriage regula tions does not satisfy the con sciences of Anglican Christians and ottier Catholic After the special prayer ser the joint declaration was road in Latin by Bishop Jan secretary of the Vaticans Unity Secre and in English by Ralph executive delegate ef the Anglican The declaration said the Pope and Ramsey intend to in augurate the Roman Church and the Angli can Communion a serious dia logue which may lead to unity in truth for which Christ It waa greeted by applause from an of in the large basilica where Pope John XXIII announced in 1959 that he was colling Hie Vatican ECU UK The Pope and Ramsey had entered the crowded basili ca side fey side and walked to gether down the center They sat side by side in cal gilt and brocade as they had at their first meet ing Wednesday in the Sistine Both road portions of a com MOB of prepared for the The Pope read his in Latin and the archbishop hi After the reading of the joint Please Tarn le Page 2 jff jf By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The second blizzard in a month had broken up but it left the north central and states buried under mas sive Schools and roads were closed and at least 21 per sons were Nebraska counted 11 dead from the early spring Minnesota and Iowa each had three South Dakota and Wyoming had two deaths The storm hurled a punch of sleet and enow at most of the The ice ripped dowa power lines and powerful winds stacked the snow into Travel was virtually halted over the Four men were found dead in a car stalled just east of How ells in northeastern Nebraska Police said they had A driving found two brothers dead in a stilled truck near part of the area which escaped the Dakotas Montana blizzard three was in the eye of Ibis weeks The area lay under M inches of with winds whipping drifts to 4 Much of the Twin Cities busi was Of the more than one million persons in the two there are about workers and most were unable to get to their according to an unofficial survey of some schools and business places were dosed and an esti mated it million was lost for the But lines and were to operate cmil late Wednesday night and the Paul Airport was dosed from to Norfolk in northeastern Ne braska had 10 inches of snow on top of a 2 inch layer of slush and Many areas of the town of were without electricity for more than a Downed power Ones also cut electricity in dosens of smaller Nebraska Cattlemen had heeded er warnings and their animate had been herded into sheltered areas called The loss was Schools were dosed by the The University Minnesota in Minneapolis dosed Wednesday for the first time in iU Karl Rol raag shared the fate of thou sands of motorists his car got stuck in a Drifts up to 10 feet isolated sonte sections of northwestern Winds Buffet Cleveland Area CLEVELAND Winds clocked at up to SI miles an lour preceding a line of thun across the Greater Cleveland area left IS persons none and building and automobiles dam Two of the injured were ad mitted to hospitals after Wednesdays strong The other were heated andre Injured when the roof was Mown off the Wagner Awning Manufacturing plant was Harold of She via admitted to Like Lunches Kids Picketing School Ohio AP Shape it or snip it The carried on a sign by a youthful speaks for itself at a grade school in suburban Wyoming here pupils are boycotting their school The the punts just as good as What mom fix Leader of Ike year oU Steven to do alout this The boycott has gone two Officials made no attempt to stop it We didnt squelch the picket ing or the said Su Harold It war great fun for the The food isnt really that Assistant Principal Ralph Meece explained be couldnt go with the youthful picket but I do with Meece sail to brings his own lunch to Bosh some children ordered The average before the boycott was more tha it the school is Bush said it wasnt a it wasting sood as we only prepare what children ask for at me beginning ef the For 35 the kids get as apod food as any sorted in ether taiy i Cleveland Metropolitan General Hospital suffering from head in Seven other persons were in jured at the McTigue was injured when debris from the was Mown on to the ear in which she was Also hospitalized was Poma of who suffered a broken left arm and braces and cuts when she was knocked down by the wind in downtown She waa admitted to Vincent Charity Two men were Injured in River when debris mn blown onto their ear arom the top of an apartment Elsewhere there were ether minor Ohio Bell Telephone said HO to 4M easterners the western suburb were temporar ily without service after storms knocked down Electrical service to aboat 2300 customers was disrupted fcc about 45 minutes in the western area after tree and debris were blown electrical Power also wan on the East Winds up to 5 and 78 were docked aa a severe lashed Zenia IB southwestern part were baown dews but no serious damage was ie
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