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The Lima Citizen from Lima, Ohio • Page 2

The Lima Citizeni
Lima, Ohio
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Wilbourne Cox Noted Railroad Delplios To Prosecute T1IE UiLl CITIZEN Vedior Nov 23 1960 YgJjjJjg jjj JJJJ1 Put In Orbit Ji cl s4rea ima an (Continued From Page 1) because of the seped with which data may be assembled and dis- the death of Wilbourne Cox tnbuted 54 Orlando Fla one of the na- The satellite will pass over outstanding railroad photog-take pictures of southern Soviet raphers and a frequent Lima visi- Mrs Roscoe Howard Mrs Marie Howard 34 wife of Roscoe Howard 816 Greenlawn Ave died at 2 pm today in St Rita's Hospital following an illness of two years She was born March 9 1926 in Prestonburg Ky Surviving in adoition to' her husband are a sister Mrs Lucy Elliott Jackson Mich The body will remain at the Si-ferd South Chapel where friends may call after 7 pm today Services will be conducted at 2 pm Friday in the chapel the Rev Willard Thomas officiating Burial will be in Shawnee Cemetery James Hinderson James Hinderson 73 formerly of 2254 Western Ohio Ave a retired employe of the Lima State Hospital died at 1:20 am today in a Route 2 Marion rest home following an extended illness He retired from the purchasing department at the local hospital in 1957 after 44 years of service A member of Calvary Evangelical and Reformed Church he was a former treasurer of the church for 12 years Mr Hinderson was a native of Ireland and was born June 2 1887 Surviving are a son Werner Dearborn Mich a brother Robert Cleveland and a grandson Thomas Dearborn His wife Josephine died in 1947 The body will remain in the Chiles Sons-Laman Funeral Home where friends may call Services will be conducted at the funeral home at 10:30 am Friday Burial will be in jodlawn HEROIC PARENTS WAIT FOR -Critically burnad and in shock Ernest Light 29 and his sobbing wife Lorana 28 wait for an ambulance after saving their children from their burning home in Nashville Tenn One of the children Teresa 4 cries as she looks et her mother's burned hands I Gottlieb Baumann Gottlieb Baumanu 87 of 604 St died at 8:35 pm Tuesday in his home following an illness of more than a sear Mr' Baumann was born May 8 1873 in Pfullmgen Wurttenberg German and had been a lima resident 71 years For many years he had been employed as a baker for the Renz Bakery here and was a member of Zion Lutheran Church His wife Mary Catherine died Oct 17 1935 Surviving are two daughters Miss Helen Baumann and Pauline Baumann both at home two sons John Flowertown-Pa and Carl Kettering a sister Mrs Pauline Schwille Germany and four grandchildren The body will remain in Lewis Funeral Home where services will be at 10-30 am Saturday In the Memorial Chapel The Rev Maurice White will officiate Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery i Mrs Arthur A Bowers Mrs Barbara Magdalene Bowers 45 wife of Arthur A Bowers Route 5 near Beaverdam died at 2:10 a today following the birth of a daughter in Bluffton Commu- nity Hospital Born July 29 1915 In Putnam County Mrs Bowers was a lifelong resident of this area Active in community affairs she was a member and director ofthft Home Demonstration Course of Allen County: a member of Richland Grange and member and program chairman of the Beaverdam Par-ent-Teachers Association She also was affiliated with Emmanuel Evangelical and Reformed Church near Bluffton and was a member of the Guild of the church Surviving in addition to the widower are the infant Barbara Magdalene and four other children Judith Ellen John Phillip Arthur Allen and Phillip Amstutz her mother Mrs Ellen Schwitzer of near Findlay three sisters Mra-Evelyn Kistner Pontiac Mich Mrs Eudora Moser Bluffton and Mrs Eileen Reiter Ada and a brother Monroe Hilty Pontiac A son Daniel David preceded her in death Services will be at 2:30 Friday in the Emmanuel church the Rev William Von Brauchitsch officiating The body will remain in the Dil-ler Funeral Home Bluffton where friends may call after 7 to-day until 1:30 Friday when vJ removal will be made to the church to await services rbtoe Dies Word has been received here of tor Mr Cox died Monday in Orlando following a heart attack Funeral services will be today Mr Cox ad been in Lima many times to photograph steam and electric railway equipment and was- a member of the Allen County Historical Society His last visit to Lima was in February when be delivered several scale models -of rail equipment to the Allen County Museum These models and many of his photos are on permanent display at the museum Retired Sidney Minister Dies BLUFFTON-The Rev Paul Ewing Bluffton native and pastor for 40 years at the Christian Church in Sidney died at 2:30 pm Tuesday in Wilson Memorial Hospital Sidney A resident of 333 Miami St Sidney he had retired recently due to ill health He previously served pastorates in Iowa and Illinois and was widely known as an evangelist He was born June 1 1894 in Bluffton to Roy and Ova (Wether-ill) Ewing and married in 1918 to Vivian Seitz Surviving are his widow: a daughter Mrs Raymond (Mary) Cloninger Clearwater Fla a son Paul Jr Fullerton Calif three sisters Mrs Orval McCluer 632 Elizabeth St Lima Mrs Harold Newbrecht Toledo and Elmo Smith North Hollywood Calif a brother William Ewing 1142 North St Lima and three grandchildren A sister and two brothers are deceased Services will be at 2 pm Friday in the Basinger Funeral Home Burial will be in Maple Grove Cemetery Friends may call at the funeral home after 2 pm Thursday Federal Judge Takes Rights Suit Under Advisement LITTLE ROCK Ark (AP)-A federal judge took under advisement Monday a suit charging violation of the civil rights of an Arkansas resident by an agent of an Akron Ohio bonding company Simultaneously a civil damage suit was filed against the agent and three company officials Rawney Trunko 28 a part-time agent for Bonding Co is charged with violating the civil rights of Watt Ralph Williams 41 of Pangburn Ark by returning him to Ravenna Ohio without having a warrant or extradition papers Ravenna authorities wanted Williams for jumping bond on a charge of driving while intoxicated The civil suit asking $15000 damages alleged that Trunko and three bonding company officials had conspired to deprive Williams of his civil rights The officials named ir the suit were Dick Per-coco Frank Percoco and Harold CaiT In hearing Trunko testified that he had a bench warrant issued by Municipal Court at Ravenna and testified that he was an honorary deputy sheriff for Summit County Ohio Williams testified that Trunko did not produce any arrest papers and that the first time he knew he was being taken to Ohio was after hi bouse with Trunko State Representative To Accept Pastorage William A Disney WAPAKONETA William A Disney 66 of 204 Wood St died at 11:55 am Tuesday in Lima St Hospital where he was a patient for three days Death was due to a heart condition Born June 18 1894 in Bowling Green Mr Disney was married Jan 7 1914 to Nellie Ziegler She died in 1956 Mr Disney for 19 years was employed at the Superior Coach Co Lima until his retirement two years ago He was chairman of the House Committee of Brands Lake Fishing Club Services will be held at 2 pm Friday in the Siferd Funeral Home with the Rev George Weissling officiating Burial will be in Green-lawn Cemetery Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 pm Wednesday eatery" Those wishing to make memorial donations may do so to the heart or cancer fund When the bank Market street year ago Mr cashier Mr Sarber also of Elida Methodist on its board of School Board of the American Committee He is survived Evelyn a son a brother Robert Rapids Mich Herbert (Ruth) Drive Mrs Maurer 629 Ewing The body will and Sons-Laman where services Friday The Rev Burial Donald v'crt Mon DELPHOS A 36-year-old Van Wert man' was back in Deiphos city jail today after a several hour stay in Paulding where he was questioned in connection with the 10-day-old slaying of 14-year-old Nancy Eagleson Held here on an open charge after enticing a seven-year-old and a nine-year-old girl into his car Sunday the Van Wert man was cleared of any connection with the Nov 13 Paulding sex slaying Sheriff John Keeler of Paulding County said the Van Wert statement as to his whereabouts Sunday and Monday Nov 13 and 14 were substantiated Deiphos police today said formal charges would be filed against the man later this week or as soon as they have completed their investigation into the incident which occurred here Sunday afternoon Police said the Van Wert man allegedly enticed the two little girls into his car with the promise of giving them some dimes They also said the man has a long record of sex-related offenses and that he spent seven years in the Mansfield Reformatory on a contributing charge in the Balmy Weather For Thanksgiving (Continued From Page 1) The Golden Text if from Revelations 7:12 and glory and vdsdom and thanksgiving and honour and power and might be unto our God for ever and The latter part of the service will be devoted to voluntary expressions of gratitude by members of the congregation for goodness in spiritual growth healings and other blessings The Elm Street Church of the Brethren will hold services at 7:30 Wednesday with the Rev Dean Farringer to speak on the topic Without The adult choir will sing Glowing Pageant" and the junior choir will sing of The offertory will be contributed to CROP Funeral Services AMERSON the Rev Major Services will be at 1 pm Friday in the Philippian Missionary Baptist Church The Revs Kelly and A Dotson will officiate and burial will be in the plot of Woodlawn Cemetery The body will remain in the Jones Bros Mor tuary where friends may call after 5 pm today until 10 am Friday when removal will be made to the church to await services Graveside military services will be conducted BAIRD Mrs Iva Services will be at 2 pm Friday in the Memorial Chapel of Harter Son Funeral Home Deiphos Burial will be in Walnut Grove Cemetery COPELAND John Services will be at 2 pm Thursday in the McAuley Funeral Home Waynesfield The Rev Victor Wachs will officiate Burial will be in Wesley Chapel Cemetery southeast of Waynesfield STEPHENS Mrs Elias (Elizabeth A) Services will be at 1 pm Friday in the Lewis Memorial Chapel the Rev Maurice White officiating Burial will be in Trinity Lutheran Ceibetery Marysville Friends may call at the Lewis Funeral Home after 3 pm today Citizen Briefs TOLEDO Ohio (AP)-The last ocean-going vessel of the seven I month overseas shipping season here is due Thanksgiving Day and Louis Purdey general manager of the Toledo port con- cedes th total oversea! tonnage for 1960 will miss the 151000 tons he predicted Through Oct 31 he reported overseas cargo handled here totaled 88192 50823 of that in exports The tonnage was up 58 per cent from 1959 CA f7M Union and southern Red China but will not cross the northern parts of those countries The original NASA 'invitation to participate in the Tiros weather observation program was sent to 21 countries including Czechoslovakia and the Soviet Union Among the 13 that have accepted the invitation there are no Iron Curtain countries However Communist weather officials may still be able to join the program if they wish because the cooperative international phase will not get into full swing for three to four weeks The variation of only 20 miles between the near point and the far point of the orbit indicated that the satellite is in the most nearly circular orbit of any satellite yet launched The remarkably regular orbit also would indicate a relatively long life for the satellite Two television cameras in the satellite were expected to start sending back photos of cloud cover about 8:30 am Weathermen planned to use them in preparation of actual forecasts Project officials reported earlier that there was every indication the launching was successfuL The orbit announcement came at 8:20 am Shortly before that signals from the satellite indicated that a despinning mechanism operated as planned about 10 minutes after Tiros separated from the third stage The satellite af separation was spinning rapidly for stabilization at about 126 revolutions a minute Had it continued to turn at this speed all its pictures 'would have been blurred Two weights attached to cables wound around the satellite were set by a timing mechanism to unwind slowly gradually reducing the spin to a satisfactory rate When completely unwound they were set to drop off automatically Should Tiros continue to reduce its spin rate below the nine revolutions a minute required to hold the satellite stable in its orbit a ground command can fire control rockets to increase the spinning There are five pairs of these rockets for a total of five spin speed-ups should they be needed Ahead of the official NASA announcement that orbit had been achieved Dr A Jones of the Sohio Research Laboratory in Cleveland Ohio said his tracking equipment had picked up a signal from the satellite on 235 me at 8 to 8:05 am apparently on completion of the first orbit In Kansas City a radio ham re ported signals loud and clear at 7:54 am EST on at least two frequencies real happy at this time1 an official of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration said 90 minutes after the satellite roared away from this missile test center Robert Gray head of NASA field activitiea at Cape Canaveral said: had a perfect countdown and the flight appears to be excellent All our tracking forces showed the rocket to be entirely on course The second and third stages fired exactly on The pictures could show the development of snowstorms and blizzards over wide areas of the earth during the coming winter Shaped like a large drum with two television cameras protruding from its base Tiros II resembles the extremely successful Tiros I which spun into orbit last April That satellite relayed 22-952 cloud cover pictures before its instruments conked out after 78 days Tiros II is an advanced model Couple Celebrate 50th Anniversary Married Nov- 20 1910 Mr and Mrs Benjamin Ei-senback North Jefferson street Sunday observed their Golden Wedding anniversary with a family dinner followed by an afternoon tea in Findlay Mr Eisenback is a retired mechanic and sheet metal worker He with his wife are members of Pandora Methodist Church The couple hat a son Roland of here and a daughter-in-law Mrs Mildred Eisenbach Findlay at whose home the tea was held The husband Arthur was killed in World War II 2nd Craih Victim Dies ZANESVILLE Ohio (AP)-Ed-mund Kraus 21 of Hempstead1 NY died Tuesday of injuries received in two-car collision near Zanesville fa which a' University of Dayton debate team coach was killed Krause was a member of the debate team Killed I Sunday was Mary Elizabeth Jones' 37 of Kettering yhv DiSalle Calls Special Session (Continued From Page 1) DiSalle said that yhen proposed his extender the number of unemployed Ohioans covered by the benefit law was 146000 and falling Now the governor asserted the number is nearly 145000 and rising DiSalle told the legislative leaders he wants the extender as a preventive measure against a serious recession as stabilizer of the the month before is important to every' one the wage earners and the the governor said we let this month slip by we might not be able to recapture the situation after the first of the year (extender) will have a ten dency to bring a halt to rising unemployment create stability and assurance It might even stop depletion of the (unemployment insurance) trust Cloud seemed most concerned with the stability of the trust fund But DiSalle insisted the figures available to him indicate the extender plan he is offering will cost the fund only slightly less than $26 million more than the normal load 22 Certificates Presented Class In First Aid Twenty persons received certificates at the conclusion of two recently-completed first aid classes conducted by the Allen County chapter of the American Red Cross The classes were taught by Mrs Wayne Blank 204 Smead Ave certified Red Cross instructor according to A Gallagher chairman of First Aid service for the chapter In a class taught at the Bath Township Fire Station 13 persons received certificates showing completion of the course They are: Kenneth Clark Robert Harrod Dennis Cottle Ronald Deal Mrs James McClintock Mrs Clarence Kersker Mrs Ralph Dillon Mrs George' A Stanfield Mrs Lester McDonald Mrs Boyd Paxson Mrs Robert Wallace Mrs Paul Sirka and Mrs John Heidlebaugh The women all are members of the Bath Fire Dept Auxiliary Seven persons received certificates at the YMCA informal school They included Mrs Peter Bertollinl Mrs Ford Mrs Henry Harvey Mrs Amelia Jameson Mrs George Querry Mrs Kenneth Scott and Mrs Sam Am erson All students indicated their desire to continue the first aid training by taking the Advanced Course when it is offered possibly after the first of the year according to Gallagher Churches Join For Family Night Ernest Chok Indonesian senior student at Ohio North era University was guest speaker at a observance of Gilboa and Pleasant Grove Methodist Churehea held Sunday night in the social room of Gilboa Meth odist Church He spoke of Indonesia as the third richest country in the world ewlth a population of more than 86 million people He said 3000 Islander make up tha country granted its independence several years ago discourse included slide pictures of his native land A special program was followed including music by the Choir Vx 4 FRANK SARBER i Frank Sarber Bank Branch Official Dies Frank Sarber 56 of 3180 Dil-ler Road assistant cashier at the West Market Street Branch of the First National Bank Trust Co died at pm Tuesday in St Hospital Mr Sarber had been a patient there the past three days A native of Allen County he was born March 25 1904 He had been affiliated with the old Lima Trust Co for several years and later became an employe of the First National Bank Trust Co branch on West opened about Sarber became assistant there was a member Church served trustees the Elida and was chairman Township-Zoning Commission by his widow John A at home Sarber Grand two sisters Mrs Howe 0117 Spencer (Isabelle) -Ave remafa in Chiles Funeral Home will be at 2:30 pm Spears will officiate will be in Walnut Pohlman DELPHOS Donald Aloysius Pohlman' four-month-old son of Mr and Mrs Harold Pohlamn Route 3 Deiphos died at 4-p-mr Tuesday in his home He had suffered a congenital heart condition He was born July 12 ill Angel High Mass will be sung at 9:30 am Thursday in St Catholic Church Deiphos the Rt Rev Msgr Carl Reineck as celebrant Burial will be in the church cemetery Surprised At Red Charge Of Spying MOSCOW Maj Irving McDonald Jr got back to Moscow today to find himself the center of the Soviet latest espionage storm But he said it was no surprise heard it on the radio on the said the assistant Air attache of the Embassy here McDonald 34 of Provincetown Mass was touring the Ural Mountains when the Soviet Union ordered Him to leave the country within 48 hours on charges of engaging in intelligence activities The embassy could not reach him to tell him The time limit ended today but McDonald got an extra 24 hours from the Kremlin He plans to leave Thanksgiving Day by plane for Copenhagen Denmark 414 Market Lirrja Ohio Rev Phtlpot Evsnge- list and Mrs Close Song Evangelist are conduct- ing the services with the co- operation of the congrega- tion Services 7:30 PM PUBLIC WELCOME nose Pastor Kim Grismore A 10-month-old boy of Route 1 Leipsic died Tuesday after suffering -neumonia Kim Grismore son of Mr and Mrs Wayne died at 11:30 am in his home following a short illness He was born Jan 23 in Lima Services will be at 2 pm Thursday in the Pandora Methodist S-W German Talks Break Up Minus Full Accord BONN Germany (AP)-United States-West German financial talks have broken up without full agreement being reached a joint communique disclosed today But the communique said ar rangements have been made for continuing discussions aimed at defending gold reserves by having Germany contribute more to Western defense and foreign aid spending The discussions between West German leaders and Tress ury Secretary Robert Anderson and Undersecretary of State Douglas Dillon dead locked Tuesday night when the Bonn government said it could not put up $600 million in 1961 as an immediate relief for balance of payment difficulties The United States wanted West Germany to make that sum avail able in 1961 to offset the $700 million it spends cm maintaining US troops in West Germany The communique said West Ger many decided to embark on a new foreign aid program by making available next yea? between three and four billion marks $720 and $958 million West Wins In UN Vote On Congo (Continued From Page 1) The vote highlighted the wide-open split in the African bloc on the Congo Nine African states voted to seat the Congo president They were Cameroon Chad Congo (Brazzaville) Dahomey Gabon Ivory Coast Malagasy Niger and Senegal Six African states voted against They were United Arab Republic Ghana Guinea Mali Morocco and Togo Seven Central African Republic Somalia Sudan Tunisia Ethiopia Liberia and Libya abstained Nigeria and Upper Volta did not vote The decision to seat Kasavubu received added impact when the 15-nation Asian-African conciliation mission decided just before the ballot to aelay its departure for the violence-torn Congo Mali one of the African states opposing Kasavubu served notice after the vote that it was dropping out of the conciliation mission Guinea served notice earlier that it would do the me Small Business Advice COLUMBUS Ohio Commerce Department says it has begun its counseling service for persons with small businesses or those interested in starting them Joseph Taylor a Columbus tax consultant heads the new operation Wife-Killer Sentenced WOOSTER Ohio (AP)-A pies of guilty to a second degree murder charge in the (tabbing of his wife Vergie Mae 32 last May 24 brought Charles Goody 35 of Kittman a life sentence Tuesday Common Pleas Judge Adrian Miller granted a request by Goody io be allowed to place a wreath on his grave before he was taken to Ohio Penitentiary Church the Rev Orlo Reshley officiating Burial wfll be fa Harmon Ftmerd Deb phos where friends may call until The body will remain in the Peo-i cvnrti pies Funeral Home Leipsic where friends may call until noon Thursday when removal will be faade to the church i service? The body will remain fa the Officer Not O' 17-Year-0ld Driver Fined $15 For Speeding Speeding has cost 17-year-old William Neiswandcr son of Mr and Mrs Robert Neiswander 418 Pears Ave $15 Allen County Juvenile Court Judge Paul levied the fine on a citation issued the youth for driving 55 njles per hour in a 35-mile-per-hour zone on Allentown Road Oct 24 The case also was continued for two weeks Loan To Otterbein WASHINGTON (AP) The Community Facilities Administration announced today a $500000 loan to Otterbefa College Westerville Ohio for construction of a dormitory to house 136 women students The school also will use $75000 of its funds for the project Leo Green Leo Raymond Green 57 of 2995 Garford Ave died at 9:40 pm Tuesday fa Memorial Hospital where he had been a medical patient three days He had been a Lima resident 40 years Surviving are five brothers Samuel of the Garford Avenue address Harry 784 Elizabeth St Marion Port Huron Mich Frank Lakeview and Wavel 92315 Greenlawn Ave and a sister Mrs Olive Slusser' Ronulus Mich The body will remain fa the Siferd West Chapel where friends may call after 7 pm today Services will be at 10:30 am Friday in the chapel the Rev Willard Thomas officiating Burial will be in Shawnee Cemetery Mrs Henry Averesch Mrs Gara iB Averesch 59 a native and lifelong resi-' dent here died at 8:25 a Tuesday at her home after an Illness of two years 1 She was born May '6 1901 to Ignatius and Anna Korte and was first married to William Kramer who died in 1943 She married Henry Averesch fa 1944 and he survives Mrs Averesch was a member of the St Michael Catholic Church and its Rosary Altar Society -Services will be at 9:30 a Friday in the church the Rev Melchoir Lochtefeld officiating Burial will be in church cemetery Friends may call at the Fucher McCrate Funeral Home Ottawa after 7 Wednesday The Rosary will be recited at 7:30 Wednesday at the church VIRA CLOSE Song Evangeth! Thursday Morning Bible Gass will not meet this week because of LA PORTE Ind (AP) ThejThanksgiving but the ciasa will Rev Calvin Didier of La Porte meet at 9:30 a ra next Thursday elected a Republican state repre-Dec 1 in the lecture rooms of the sentative Nov 8 announced heWCA The Rev Tom Gossard is will accept a new pastorage in teacher of the class Ohio immediately after the 1961 1 legislature adjournes in March Ship Season Winding Up KEVIVM Kloiv thru Sun MARKET STREET PILGRIM HOLINESS CHURCH Presbyterian pastorate here expires Jan 1 but he will not take over the lloge Memorial Presbyterian Church in Columbus Ohio until after the legislative session One Inch of rainfall is the equiva- lent of about 100 tons of water to the acre Between 1649 and 1658 England was ruled by a commoner Oliver CromwelL tyl1 Csi LV YOUR hEARing IS OUR BUSINESS! 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