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Lima News, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1960, Lima, OhioDisalle chastises Cincinnati pickets Lima news thurs March 3, 1960 let Landis Frozen Haddock or Perch steaks 12 of. Pkg. Columbus up gov. Michael v. Disalle today chastised a group of negroes for picketing dime stores in Cincinnati without having first brought their com plaint to the Ohio civil rights commission. The picketing of f. W. Wool Worth stores in Cincinnati started monday. It is sponsored by the Cincinnati Branch of the National Assn for the advancement of col ored people. The group contends the stores hire negroes for Only menial jobs. If we Are going to establish government according to the governor said the people should first exhaust the avenues supplied by jaw. Before they take upon themselves the creation of disturbances and attempting to injure anyone. Just a phone Call would bring the commission he said. Disalle said he Hopes the nation Al and state officers of the a act would instruct the Mccin Nati group to go to the commission and end its picketing. Raymond rambo manager Woolworth in Cincinnati denied hit stores discriminate in hiring. There is no discrimination i luring Here regardless of the he said. Over 30 coloured people work among the picketers this wee was the Rev. Maurice Mccracki of pacifist who was jailed by the Federal government for refusing to pay income tax cause he said part of his taxes went for armaments. Ohio acquired its civil right commission last july it charged with enforcing the fair employment practices act which outlaws discrimination hiring on grounds of race religion or National origin. The commission recently opened an office in Cut Cannati. Regular 30e at All Banner markets 4 hamburgers 5 i so Carv out on the huddle drive in order by phone take pm Home Ca 4-6851 Ca 4-6821 High for Metcalf Bluffton women theater goers Mem Bers of the Alpha Gamma club at Bluffton. And guests attended Amil tellers Blithe spirit tues Day night at the encore theatre. Pictured in photo left to right Are mrs Margaret Bogart miss Ada Lapp mrs. Helen Tschantz mrs. Mary Hilty mrs. Carolyn Basiger mrs. Mary Barnett mrs. Vir Ginia Edwards mrs. Ruth Diller mrs. Dorothy Edwards miss Edna Ramseyer mrs. Burry mrs. Mabel Steiner Back Row mrs. Ann mrs. Don Mauer mrs. Eloise Travis mrs. Laura Smith mrs. Isabel West mrs. Vernice Davies mrs. Helen Nauss mrs. Grace Geary. Mrs. Evelyn Reichenbach. Lime news photo Day Nite food Market open till Midnight 7 Days a week "306 South main Street t. Free parking lot and water its. Finest right shop the store that saves you More dinner picnic hams Amish skip school in Pennsylvania end Cut pork chops Honey Brook a up seventeen Anush children remained away from classes at the twin j Valley Junior senior High Choc today and principal Francis jr., said the wheels were in motion for another round of arrest of their parents if the pupils continued their illegal absences. Thirteen parents of the seven boys and 10 girls paid fines Mon 100% pure fresh ground beef Why pay More i country style lean meaty spare ribs Good and Choice beef sirloin Steak Boneless club Steak sirloin tip boast rolled Rump roast 39 c in Decker 1-lb. Roll sausage c in 25 Boneless beef Stew in. 69c i Fryer parts be dinner Bell roasted sausage 59 c it dinner Bell budget sliced Bacon 29 c in Good meat chunk Bologna tender beef heart 49 deaths in the news United press International Baltimore Bruce Earnest 65, former City editor o the Baltimore evening Sun Anc retired director of promotion pub lie relations and personnel for the Sun papers died tuesday. New York up army Brig. Gen. Once p. Disque 80, who headed Arm Spruce production for aircraft parts in world War i and in the government s office of sol id fuels coordination in work War ii died monday in doctors Hospital after a Long illness. Burlington it. I Jung. Gen. William Irving Wes Tervelt 83, an army weapons expert and former director i of the research laboratories of Jim Sears Roebuck co i wednesday in Brattleboro died red radishes . No. 1 10lb.bo9 potatoes Jiffy cake mixes All flavors Bonus buy Maxwell House Coffee with order Green onions fresh Crisp head lettuce tuna 4 fir Elf Tomato juice Gerber s baby food 6 49c Maxwell House instant 10 of. Jor l39 pure vegetable shortening up Snowdrift 3 t Cre Mettes Macaroni Spaghetti t Omi Icv bulb. Con redeem your coupons Here mix or match pm Elf applesauce Cut Green Beans whole a Trail to Ceria style Cera Crerar Feu 303 cans if if big 16 of. Double cob 6 Railroad wife twice widowed Fresno Calif. Up Back in 1922, mrs. L. A. Snyder was the wife of Joseph c. Waugh a fire Man on the Santa be passenger train the on dec. 2 of that year the train hit an open switch two Miles West of Bakersfield and Waugh was fatally scalded by steam. The widow married another Railroad Man. Engineer l. A. Snyder. Monday night Snyder was Cre mate. At the controls of Santa be s san Francisco chief when the Streamliner collided with a truck Tanker loaded with fuel Oil the Accident happened Miles West of Bakersfield. Four my to Fine pudding folgers instant 119 big 10 of. Jor India s 1959 wheat crop was a record 362 million bushels an in crease of 35 per cent Over the preceding year. Day night for their refusal to Send the children to the new budding. The Amish Don t want the children exposed to worldly things that ended that particular Wood said. They failed to attend classes tuesday and today. If they do not attend thursday we shall take action to have sum Monses issued again. I notified All of the parents by letter tuesday that we would initiate action at the end of three Days and that we would continue to take action every three Days thereafter until they comply with the attendance the 1? children attended an Amish school for three hours tuesday morning As they have Een doing since the Start of the school term last fall. The three hours each week is their total schooling. The Amish instructor Las an eighth Grade education. Canton sets water expansion Canton o. Up Canton City officials opened bids Here tuesday on a five million Dollar water expansion program to pump water into the dry from under round Springs in adjoining Tus arawak county. The largest of the eight jobs was the contract for laying the ventral Section of the 16-mile pipe be from Canton into the neigh Xung county. Oberer construe on co. Of Dayton bid an appear Low on the project. The estimate was the program also Calls for con traction of Wells and a water treatment Plant h. W. Miller of Covington. Was the apparent bidder at on the Gen ral contract the estimate was 5562.338. The new water source is expect 1 to pump an additional 20 Mil on Gallons of water into Canton very Day and make the City More attractive to Industry. Can on now gets its water from Kings within Stark county but can Only pump a maximum 30 illion Gallons into the City sys tem each Day. The projects Are scheduled for completion by August 1961. Al Al Wner Witny icon fish Chow Bif Knockin no meal is Complete without meat our greatest asset your Good will Pride of Lima provision co. 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Harriss set Cherry pits 3? 39e Carnation instant milk m Chicken of flit sea chink tuna 47c Folstr s instant Tlsty assorted tissue st49c kleenex towels asst. Colors Lipton mtg Tot soup 2m.3se t

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