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Lima News, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1960, Lima, OhioI i he i. Tit i local news and features the Lima thursday March 3 1960, Lima Ohio a. See there see Ole Max with a Click of the Heel Bones somebody else thinks Lima s Hugh Downs is pretty Sharp cookie too. The March 7 Issue of time Magazine which usually does t agree with Ole Max had a Cou ple columns with pictures of the glib tongued television personality. The Story was carried Beneal Reading the straightest straight the article said in part Hugh heretofore a relatively obscure 0ro-a-year toilet Max should be so obscure last week was making plans and sift ing sob of tire and Battery Deal a Milton h. Downs 1717 w. High Hugh has picked a most of Bis Post High school Edu cation on his own. R once Paar told How he had Al most tipped Over on water skis. Downs took two minutes to Tell about the mechanics of water ski ing. Paar retorted Hugh when you drown you la know the Rea son at 19, Hugh Downs was pro Gram director of Lima s moving on to woj in Detroit his Appeal to women is vast. A critic once said that he looks like everybody s son in Law very sincere and. Stunningly Good at one typical fan letter from Utica n. Y., proclaimed Hugh Downs is what we. Older women think of As the Ideal american Modi this assets Paar and the Twa men have had several crashes on die air. Paar once asked i never Embarrass peo ple do i Downs said yes Jack Yon since Paar needs obeisance the Way a Man needs Hugh Downs May not be Able to go on serving the master indefinitely t but new horizons Are beckoning Ole Max is hoping Hughes Star soars Eveir higher than this ,.000. A year biz., can t have Lima s pleasant product travelling in such obscurity can we Walter Flanagan teamed yesterday. That plumbing can be dangerous occupation. An employee of sooth Side Ptan Bing co., Flanagan started into the residence of mrs. Marie Courtney at 714 Union yesterday morning to mate re pairs to plumbing. After taking abort three Steps aside the be wondered Why be suddenly had a pain in Bis left he. It did t take very Long to find out a Large dog without making a sound was aft Ming on his left thigh. Flanagan left the residence and received treat ment for me novads in his leg. He did t ten police in Mak the report whether be planned to return to the Boose Aad make the repair. Here s something oat some Bady dropped on the desk. It s tided gossip town have you Ever heard of gossip on the shores of falsehood where old Rumor in rustling gown j is going to live Long Day. It in t far to gossip town people who want to go. The idleness train will take Yon Down in just an hour or so. The Stoit Siuess Road the popular route and most Folk s Start Ait Way but it s Steep Down Grade if you Don t watch out youth land in Tal Debood Bay. The principal Street is called and the b the Public Aad that mow from Bay v Are Laden with Don t Yoa just Back of the Park is slander there that Good mine Merced by a Shaft from jealousy s Bow in the hands of in vans Pride 1 the people who live in gossip town a reap the seed they sow and mis you will find As they have done pm you dunce to inventory of Lima scheduled a detailed inventory of Lima will be prepared by the association of Commerce for the new Ohio department of Industrial and economic development. T Frank Cheney a of c president agreed to accept the responsibility for compiling the Survey at the request of mayor Clyde Welty. In a letter to Cheney mayor Welt said i appreciate this Fine cooperation Given the City of Lima by the association of the study will include information concerning location characteristics climate population la Bor Industry Trade finance hous ing government communications educational facilities churches health services protective services recreation and culture transportation and utilities. The Survey will be filed with the state for the use of industrialists developers and communities. Brother winners Charles Guy left executive manager of the Lima association of com Merce congratulates two Brothers who won awards at wednesday night s safety awards ban Quet in the Clemans building. The award winners Are a. J Hogan Center and John f. Hogan. Forty three firms participated in the 1959 contest. Lima news photo Fred Smith hails uncommon this is the age of the com Mon Man we Are told but the uncommon Man made the. Age of the common Man Cincinnati s Fred Smith told a Large audience at the fourth annual safety awards banquet last night in Lima. Smith a business management consultant gave the main address before an audience of 200 in the Royale Pine room of the Clemans building. Be Smith said. Use the talents that god gave you. Leadership is the difference be tween the uncommon and the common Man. Smith s talk preceded the awarding of 20 plaques to Lima land business firms with outstand ing safety records during., 1959. Two Lima High school girls were also honoured for their Art work in a High school poster contest awards were presented by James h. Fluker while the Mas Ter of ceremonies was Charles 0. Guy _ executive manager of the Luna association of Commerce. Guy in Fine form kept a Large banquet audience in a Happy mood during the presentation of guests and during the introductions of prominent safety officials. Guest speaker Smith however stole the show with a talk blending humor with his com Mon Man philosophy. My secret of he said is not to worry Between Rumor and facts. Learn to wait then you can solve the problem without Smith added the Joy of accomplishment belongs to the uncommon Man. There Are three types of men in this world the irritated Man the dedicated Man and the meatballs the meat balls Are not even considered they can be passed by. The difference Between their rotated and the dedicated Man is the spirit. A Man with a Tough mind and a soft heart is the real Leader and the Man to follow he has the Tough mid to make the decisions and the soft heart to be a Smith said his recipe for living is to live Rich or Well or die the banquet was sponsored by the Lima area Industrial Council of the a of c in cooperation with the Industrial commission of Ohio division of safety and Hygiene. Summonses not issued s Man s trial continued trial in. Municipal court yesterday afternoon of Clifford la Doyt Swartz 53, of 217% e. Spring was continued when it was Learned the clerk s office ailed to Issue summonses for de sense witnesses. Defense attorney Sylvan Wise said he had requested court clerk Dennis Mcgraw to Issue the sum Monses monday but that upon arriving at court shortly before the trial was scheduled at 3 . Yesterday he Learned the witnesses had not been notified of the trial. Judge Carl m. Blank granted Wise s request for continuance of the trial when he Learned of the absence of the witnesses. Swartz a bartender at Sam s bar 141 s. Main was arrested feb. 6 after police reportedly observed him Selling intoxicating liquor to a minor. Bond of posted by Swartz after pleading innocent to the charge at his arraignment was continued. Central route sought John w. Bush Ohio s director of Commerce wednesday asked the civil aeronautics Board to award the Lake Central airlines a Cincinnati to Detroit airline route. Bush representing the administration of gov Michael v. Disalle appeared during Oral arguments on an earlier recommendation of cab examiner Paul n Peiffer. The route currently held by Twa does not presently serve Lima or Findlay but both cities figure strongly in Lake Central plans should the airlines be awarded the route. Jim Canida manager of the Lima Lake Central station said Lake Central would file for an exemption to serve Lima thus giving the City a Southern airline route to Cincinnati. Three other airlines have also presented cases for the Cincin Nati to Detroit route North Central Delta and Piedmont. Cab examiner Peiffer recommended that the route be Given to Lake Central. The route includes stops at de troit Cleveland Colum bus Dayton and Cincinnati. At wednesday s hearing in Washington Bush in a prepared statement said your examiner has recognized As we do that Lake Central could do the Best Job of integrating this service with the state s present service renewal talk two representatives of the build America better com Mittee of the National association of real estate boards discussed Urban renewal in Lima wednesday. Dean w. Dittmer left Secretary of the baby and John f. Havens right chairman Chat with Leonard Fishel president of the Lima Allen county Board of realtors. Lima news photo 6urban renewal outlined Urban renewal on a neighbor iced by neighbourhood basis with the support of the entire is the key to salvaging the older sections of Lima this is what John f. Havens of Columbus chairman of the build America better committee of the National association of real estate boards told 50 City officials realtors and business men wednesday. Havens along with Dean w. Dittmer. Of Washington d. C., Secretary of the baby were guests at a luncheon meeting on Urban renewal sponsored by the Ima Auen county Board of real tors. Urban renewal is needed be cause of the decay in our older knights set meet sunday the pm pets of pythias will hold a meeting at Bradfield Center sunday at . Forrest Thomas grand Chancellor of the Ohio District will be the principal speaker Cecil Higgy Bothan of Spring Field grand Deputy of the third District will conduct the meet ing. Morning Star Lodge 5 of Lima is the Lodge. Harry Thomas is Chancellor commander of the Lima Lodge. Robert Cheney of Lima Lodge 91 will be a guest commercial Ana residential havens told the local havens noted that an Urban re Newal program can be subsidized with Federal funds practically from Start to finish. A City embarking on Urban re Newal can receive a Federal Grant for preliminary planning can Bor Row Money to Purchase a condemned area and can resell the area to a private Developer with he government absorbing two thirds of the loss havens explained. He pointed out that the private Developer of the area can also Morrow Money with the loan insured by the Federal government f at least 50 per cent of the redeveloped area is built for res dental use. Basically Urban renewal does t have to be subsidized by the Federal government but most Large scale projects have been supported by the havens said. The Columbus executive said the bulwark of Urban renewal is adequate planning a minimum housing ordinance and the whole hearted cooperation of bus iness Industrial and civic Lead ers. Car ransacked ransacking of a car left parked in a lot behind a Public Square Cigar store for 24 hours was re sorted to police last night by Harles Routson of Ada. He said the car had been left in the lot from pm. Tues Day until about last night. The vent Glass of the right front door had been broken. Routson said and a three cell flashlight lad been taken. Turning specifically to resident l Urban renewal havens said two methods Are being used re development and rehabilitation. Under a Complete redevelop ment program he said an entire area is purchased by the City using its Powers of eminent Domain. The buildings Are demolished and the land is resold to the highest bidder who then rebuilds the area. Havens said two thirds of the Soss to the City of purchasing this property and then reselling it at a lower Price is underwritten by he Federal government. The redeveloped must rebuild the area according to specifications outlined by the City he added. With a rehabilitation program however the City forces Home owners to improve their own prop erties. Only Small segments of woman escapes injury in fall a 76-year-old Delphos woman who slipped on an icy sidewalk at High and Baxter yesterday afternoon declined treatment at St. Rita s Hospital. Mrs. Armedia ditto of Delphos Pell As she Way stepping from the curb at the Southeast Corner of the intersection. She received a Imi ised Arm in the fall. Police said the sidewalk slopes near the Edge of the Street and ice had not been removed from the sidewalk making it Hazard Ous for the neighbourhood Are actually Pur chased by the City for redevelop ment again the Federal government will assume two thirds of the loss on the resale of this property to a private Developer. Home owners can also borrow Money to improve their Homes with the Loans insured by the fed eral government. Dittmer told the Luna gathering the build America better com Mittee will act in capacity to a City planning Urban renewal. Following the speakers. Director of Public works Henry c. Hollinger urged a combined meet ing of All groups interested in beginning an Urban renewal pro Gram in Lima. Noting that interest in Urban renewal has skyrocketed in the last two years. Hollinger said a unified City Urban renewal Mittee is needed it ought be today ten october Days in the hawaiian islands a Cross country trip to the West coast on the famous California Zephyr and flights on Jet air liners to Waikiki Beach Are All part of the second Lima news sponsored adventure tour of the year. The Basic Cost originally has been raised due to an airline change Over from the dc-7 to the modern Day Jet Airliner. Included Are All rail and air transportation handling of lug Gage and dinners on the Zephyr during the outer Island tour and during part of the stay on Waikiki Beach. The tour leaves Chicago s Union station oct. 15 reaches Hawaii the morning of oct. 18 and returns to Chicago Sun Day afternoon oct. 30. Highlight of the tour will be seven Days on Waikiki Beach and three Days touring the is land Chain but both train trips Between Chicago and California will be through some of the nation s most spectacular vacation areas. Costs of the tour vary from the Basic Price of coach travel for adults to 55 for children 5 to 11. Roodettes and bedrooms on the Zephyr if desired Are furnished at extra Cost. Vation request Blanks Are now available at the Lima news building. Kiwanis sponsors White elephant Hie Lima kiwanis club will sponsor a White ele Phant Sale in the merchant s building at the Allen county Fairgrounds Lime 18. Shown Here with the famous from children s fic Tion Are committe Ernen William s. Blaisdell and or. Percy Sharon Bresler Harry Morin and Harold Moseley left to right Blaisdell Bresler and Berta Are on the steer ing committee Morin is in charge of the site locating committee Moseley is in charge of fix it committee and Percy is Sale publicist. Lima news photo just helping the City Jan Newland and Gary Hatzel lend a hand to the City As they Clear one of the City storm drains of Snow. The boys on their Way Home from a Hool stopped to do their Good deed for the Day

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