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Lima News, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1960, Lima, OhioA 4 Genius is o Man Uffia Tritano s what other be opt Only know about. Frank Lloyd Wright news Snow serving North Teeth Ohio for Over 75 years heavy Snow and hazardous driving ing today. Snow today diminishing to Snow flurries this afternoon or tonight. New Snow accumulations totalling four to eight inches most sections. Strong winds and considerable Drifting. Colder tonight. Fri Day mostly Cloudy and a Little colder. High today 20s. Low tonight 8-18. Maximum temperature 2 . 31 minimum temperature at 9 . 17 121 e. High St. Phone Ca 1-1010 this paper consists of two sections 22 pages today thursday March 3, 1960, Lima Ohio vol. 76 no. 62 seven cents second class mail authorized at Lima Ohio is area by United press International j a record breaking March storm packing a triple punch of ice Snow and sub Zero cold pounded the nation from the Rockies to the Atlantic today. The late but powerful storm system which came with Spring less than three weeks away on the Calendar was the worst Crip Ler of the Winter for parts of the Midwest and South. A vicious be storm that whipped across Dixie left count less thousands without electricity or Telephone service and isolated Many towns. Highway travel was next to impossible and schools and offices were closed from Texas to ten feet tall a lenten Cross made of Redwood by members of the Luther leagues of St. Luke s lutheran Church North and Elizabeth Jwill serve As a reminder of the penitential season to passersby. The Cross has been placed outside the Church and draped with a purple cloth and it nothing to you All pass in photo from left Wil mrs Greg Crawford and Don Luebben. Photo payola charges c-7 exaggerations from a triumphal South american tour that was marred in Montevideo by student riots and demonstrations and a tear Gas barrage that sent tears streaming Down his face. Eisenhower slept wednesday night in the . Embassy under heavier Security precautions than Ever experienced at the White House. Police and soldiers ringed the area with armoured vehicles. Washington up House sight subcommittee called acc i about a recent speech no which chairman John c. Doerfer to Tes the acc Boss remarked that Alle payola investigators today summoned the head of the Feder Riff As the inquiry shifted to the Al communications commission question of what Federal agencies acc to explain Why he branded their charges of broadcasting corruption As Gross the House legislative Over have done to stamp out payola and other radio to deception. Rep. John e. Moss a Calif said he planned to ask Doerfer Gramm trailer going into receivership judge John h. Davison today is expected to put the financially troubled Gramm trailer corp. Into a 30-Day operating receivership. The corporation owes in unpaid wages. In Back taxes and in other Bills. Attorney l. Earl Ludwig went into court yesterday seeking the receivership just a few minutes after he obtained a judgment against the firm. Ludwig represented the Raythelon co. Of Wayland mass., one of Gramm s Many creditors. Several other attorneys were on hand. Attorney Albert Negin Gramm suggested a 30-Day operating receivership he said the firm could possibly be sold or pay off obligations during the period. Paul Barnes treasurer of the firm was suggested As a receiver. Barnes said a foreclosure action threatened by several creditors could make the business insolvent if the receivership is granted Gramm win have 30 Days to begin showing it can take care of its obligation. Attorney Anthony j. Bowers represents salaried employees who Are owed approximately the Plant closed monday. Barnes said about 55 persons would be needed to work for the receivership. Vice president w. A. Thomas said Gramm had very few assets not mortgaged. The firm has approximately inside the Lima Gramm of Page-2 classified bans teen anger London up the musical Trade journal Melody maker reported today that the american int record teen has been banned in Britain tor being in bad taste. _ i the newspaper said radio and Devi non Sunj comics oras Sward deaths Earl warn editorial Page hasp Tal news markets sports to pm a Bah birthday have been warned off j the record which was released Hert three weeks ago. Nations of widespread deception and corruption i broadcasting were Gross Moss said he also intended to ask Doerfer Why the acc had to be As Moss put it almost pushed to the Point of exercising More than routine interest in payola charges. Rep. Peter f. Mack Del said he wondered Why the acc had held up the License renewals of Only in the Boston area All mentioned in the sub committee s payola investigation when surely there Are other stations throughout the entire coun try where these practices occurred other congressional news Cost the Senate s civil rights Tal Kathon is costing much in frayed nerves and weariness but As one official put it there s no earthly Way of figuring the added Dollar and cents expenses of the four Day of filibuster. One difficulty is that the Senate traditionally keeps secret some of its Cost figures. The senators and most of their help get no Over time pay. Airport funds allocated the Money s in me pocket for Lima s new Airport facilities. Congressman William Mcculloch today announced in Federal Money has been allocated to the Allen county Airport com Mission. The funds which will be matched by Allen county taxpayers will be used for construction of a North South runway
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