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Defiance Crescent News (Newspaper) - April 5, 1986, Defiance, Ohio 2�?the Crescent news saturday. April 5, 1986 Defiance. Ohio for the record a Defiance statistics temperature Max. 59. Min. 44. One year ago Max. 72, min. 40. Temperature at 7 a. In 44. Precipitation Trace. River stage 1.6 feet. Barometer 30.08 inches. Record High today 79 in 1947. Record Low today 17 in 1881. Sunrise today 6 04 . Sunset tonight 6 57p.nationalweatheijorecastto 30.48�? extended Outlook Boston Chance of showers monday fair tuesday and wednesday. Highs will be in the 60s. Lows will be in the 40s monday and tuesday and Between 35 and 40 wednesday. New York 30.00temperatures across the nation City a fest Hilo Chicago to is 45 Houston by 83 68 Albuquerque f 75 42 Cincinnati to 76 54 Indianapolis to 74 48 Anchorage in 28 18 Cleveland so so 53 Jackson miss pc 84 63 Asheville pc 78 55 Columbus to 74 54 Jacksonville by 82 56 Atlanta by 83 58 Dallas pc 79 65 Kansa City pc 64 47 Billings by 65 35 Denver by 58 37 c dear Birmingham pc 83 sides Moines pc 62 42 cd Clearing r rain Boston by 49 37 Detroit to 63 48 by Cloudy so showers Brownsville Tex by 83 70 Duluth so 46 35 f fair so smoke Buffalo or 52 44 Eliasof 85 48 by foggy in Snow Burlington it by 49 32 Evansville to 78 52 he Haze by sunny Charleston s c. By 83 59 Hartford by 55 36 in missing to thunderstorms Charlotte n c pc 82 58 Honolulu pc 84 70 pc partly Cloudy w Windy hell go indoors today Tennis anyone a practising his Tennis in the warm Spring weather recently was John Samuelson who plays on the Defiance High school team. He wont be practising outdoors today unless he juggles his Racket with an umbrella. Showers and thunderstorms Are predicted. Crescent news photo by Dawn Goddard. Up weather Foto cast a backward glance it a Tri state weather at 9 . National Outlook by United press International violent thunderstorms spewing tornadoes and spitting Hail the size of baseballs churned slowly eastward out of Texas and Arkansas today while warm temperatures in the Rockies melted the remnants of a fierce Spring storm. The massive storm system which Sank a flotilla of boats flooded streets killed an elderly invalid in Texas and was blamed for two deaths in Colorado was spreading heavy rain across the Mississippi Valley and Northern Plains and dropping Snow further North. Flash flood warnings were in effect Early today in Northeast Texas where the ground was saturated by 36 hours of rain and Many roads were already under water. The storms Southern unleashed Strong winds Hail and thunderstorms across Texas Arkansas and Louisiana closing roads Downing Power lines and damaging buildings officials said. Baseball size Hail pounded hemp Wallace ark., As Hail the size of Golf balls was reported in Arkansas Texas Iowa and almanac to years ago a Defiance High school seniors Curt Hench Tammy Squire Cathy Mikula and Mark Stoddard were delegates to the world affairs Institute conference in Cincinnati recently. 25 years ago a Victor Lee Dunlap. Oakwood received a $25 War Bond for creating the winning poster in the Paulding county cancer society a poster contest. 50 years ago Nelson Miller wired the Porte Smith building Portland township for electricity recently. The Orvil Hale Home has also been wired. Muskegon 32 Cloudy grand rapids 45 Cloudy South band 50 Cloudy fort Wayne 45 showers Indianapolis 49 Cloudy Saginaw 42 Cloudy Detroit 41 Cloudy Toledo 42 showers Cleveland 47 Cloudy Columbus 51 Cloudy Zanesville 51 Cloudy Cincinnati 63 Cloudy Evansville 63 Cloudy by United press International today is saturday april 5, the 95th Day of 1986 with 270 to follow. A the Moon is moving toward its new phase. The morning stars Are Mercury Mars Jupiter and Saturn. The evening Star is Venus. Those born on this Date Are under the sign of Aries. They include Elihu Yale the British colonial governor whose name was adopted by Yale University in 1649 educator Booker t. Washington in 1856, actor Spencer Tracy in 1900, actress Bette Davis and conductor Herbert von Karajan both in 1908 age 78actor Gregory Peck in 1916 age 70novelist Arthur Hailey in 1920 age 66and impressionist Frank Gorshin in 1934 age 52. In 1976, reclusive billionaire Howard Hughes died of kidney failure on a flight from Acapulco to Defiance births Friday Maritza Martinez 1221 Ayersville ave., a son 9 lbs. Ion oz., at 4 44 . Or. And mrs. Richard Matney Iii Holgate a son 3 lbs. 4 oz., at i . Admitted Friday a Margaret Barton 1410 Karnes ave. Albert Bostelman Harper Road. Floyd Davis 717 Thurston St. Stephen Dorsey 670 s. Clinton St. Florence Gerschutz Holgate. Regina Harshman Continental. Lisa Kolb 220 Biede ave. Rebecca Snyder Napoleon. Crystal Stahl Melrose. Robert Stearns 1385 s. Jackson ave. Caroline Weber. Ohio 66, Defiance. Dismissed Friday a John Bradner 1010 Ottawa ave. Timothy Burnside Napoleon. Tyler Clemens. Route 2, Defiance. Mrs. Isaac Dockery and daughter Continental. Peggy Kammeyer 417 Ralston ave. Patricia Melia 2126 Westwood drive. Barbara Rohn Sylvania. Herman Steffel 806 Holgate ave. Mrs. Jeffrey strata and son route 6, Defiance. Bryan Community births Friday a or. And mrs. Frank Day. A daughter at 7 52 . Or. And mrs. David St. John a daughter at 7 37 am. Admitted Friday a Becky St. John Pioneer. Suzan Knighton Frontier Mich. Jason Feeney Defiance. Michelle Day Bryan. Georgianna Cosier Pioneer. Dismissed Friday a Karen Bunting Edgerton. Hazel Ber Headley Bryan. Daniel Kammeyer Bryan. Annette Marvin and daughter Bryan. Trista Muehlfeld Edon. Jacqueline Schiefer and son Bryan. Ernest Stiltner Bryan. Paulding county admitted Friday a Darrell Pease Paulding. Dismissed Friday a Otis Harter Paulding. Owen Stuart Paulding. Henry county births Friday a or. And mrs. Larry Griffith. Liberty Center a daughter 7 lbs. 94 oz., at 11 09p.m. Jennifer Emmerich Mcclure a son.61bs. Loz., at8 42p.m. Dismissed Friday a Denver Alexander Napoleon transferred to Toledo Hospital. James Boesel. reports compiled from offi Cio records state patrol Friday 2 35 ., at Ohio 18 and 281 East of Defiance vehicles driven by Kelly Knuckles 43. Mark Center and Johnny Dennis 40. Ney collided. Dennis was cited for failure to yield when turning left. Damage was Light to the Knuckles Auto and moderate to Dennis. Friday 4 20 p.rn., on Ohio 49. One tenth mile East of the Ohio 249 Junction in Defiance county. Steven Rhoden 8, Farmer made a right turn on his bicycle into the path of a vehicle driven by Philip Mackzum 37, Montpelier and they collided. Rhoden was taken by Farmer Ems to Bryan Community Hospital treated and released. Defiance police Friday 12 28 ., on Baltimore Road 325 feet East of Indian Bridge Lane a vehicle driven by Paul Steffel 65831 Jefferson ave., struck and killed a dog. Damage to his Auto was moderate. Friday 2 11 ., at greenhouse Avenue and Elmwood drive vehicles driven by Norma Garcia 22, 1803 Elmwood drive and Elmer Thieroff 67, route 6, collided in the intersection. Both vehicles sustained heavy damage. Garcia and her passenger Anthony Garcia 2, were taken by Defiance Rescue to Defiance Hospital and treated and released. Friday 3 11 ., at Ottawa and Karnes avenues vehicles driven by Mary Peoples 60, 319 Osceola St., and Miriam Wiseman 36, 881 Circle drive collided. Wiseman was cited for failure to yield the right of Way at a through Street. Damage was Light to the Peoples Auto and moderate to Wiseman a. Friday 4 45 ., on North Clinton Street North of River drive vehicles driven by Lowell elders. 21, 1000 Ralston ave., and Patrick con Lon 19. Schick Road collided. Con Lon was cited for failure to Stop in an assured Clear distance. Friday 9 32 ., on Ralston Avenue one tenth mile South of we More Street a vehicle driven by Ann Witter. 24. Bryan rear ended a vehicle driven by Rodney Taquino 18, 830 Washington ave. Damage was moderate to both. Napoleon police Friday 8 17 ., on North Scott Street North of Lagrange Street vehicles driven by Kevin Durham 18, 45 Duquesne St., and James Paxton 18. 84 Cedarbrook collided. Paxton was cited for failure to maintain an assured Clear distance. There was Light damage to both vehicles. Henry sheriff Friday 10 39 ., intersection of county Road 3 and . 24, a car driven by Daniel Pope 23. Grand rapids was southbound on Road 3 and failed to Stop at . 24. It went off the end of Road 3, was airborne Over . 24, landed at the South Edge of the eastbound Lane continued through the ditch flipped Over and came to rest on its Side. Pope was transported by Liberty Center Ems to St. Luke a Hospital Toledo and is listed in a fair Quot condition. He was cited for failure to Stop at a Stop sign. Damage to the vehicle was , rescues Defiance fire a Friday 9 34 ., a Van owned by James Plummer route 5, backfired and caught fire at 1800 North Clinton St. The air cleaner and Carbur Ator were damage by the fire which was out when firefighters arrived. Rescue a today 12 01 am., George Villareal 6222 Hopkins St. Was taken to Defiance Hospital. Napoleon fire today 2 07 ., a storage building on county Road 17c, South of . 24, owned by Eldon Zum Felde was engulfed in flames upon arrival. The Florida fire department was called for Mutual Aid. The fire was extinguished in one and a half hours. The building was a total loss. No damage estimate has been made. Memorials received memorials have been received by the Defiance county easter Seal society for Lottie Noffsinger Erie Chandler Gina Melia Bernadine hoop and Leona Hudson. Delta Hank robbed Delta a the Farmers and merchants state Bank on main Street was robbed by an armed Man Friday according to the Fri. The Man reportedly escaped on foot with an undetermined amount of Cash. The robber described As a White male about 5 feet 7 inches tall and 160 pounds entered the Bank about 4 to ., showed a handgun to tellers and demanded Money. No one was results men Defiance municipal court fined Friday in Defiance municipal court were Dennis Baker 38. Continental expired License plates. $20 and court costs Burl Darby. 21. Butler ind., expired operators License $50 and costs Richard rakes 19, 408 Highland St., no Muffler $25 and costs Christina Battin 18. Ney expired plates $20 and costs Barbara Beebe 31, route 2. Speed $35 and costs Jerry Bobel 45, Lorain Speed $35. And costs Linda Bradley 24. Evans port assured Clear distance $25 and costs James Dunphy 33, Napoleon Speed costs Only Christina Geno 28, new Bavaria Speed $45 and costs Robert Hall 53, Melvindale Mich., Speed $25 and costs Rodney Jackman 18, route i failure to yield $30 and costs James Leiby 23, 324 Koerber drive Speed $35 and costs Ronald Ostrow. 24. Eastlake Speed $45 and costs Glen Parcher Iii 18, 800 Perry St., Speed $20 and costs Ronald Reed 37, Peru ind., Speed $35 and costs Ottis Rismiller 57, new Madison Speed $35 and costs Joel Wiesel Man 31, South Milwaukee wis., Speed $25 and costs and Phillip Wolfe 32, Gulfport fla., Speed $25 and costs. Forfeiting Speed Bonds were Angela Anderson 20, route 5, $60 Erasmo Gonzales 24, 632 Euclid St., $60 Tammy Mast 26, route 7, $60 Marilyn Anderson 42, North Adams Mich., $60 Charles Bays 24, 1500 Mustang drive $60 Beth Cordes 27, Napoleon $60 Michael Cross 36, Cairo $60 . Dunn 51, Ripley tenn., $60 Thomas Greaser 38, Claysburg pa., $60 Teresa Higdon 33, Flat Rock ind., $60 Rickey love 26, Toledo $60 Thea Mahlberg 45, fort Wayne $60 Nocholas Mendez 28, Cecil $50 Michael Paschall 22, Evans port $50 Connie Ritch 29, Dundee moch., $50 William Rosenogle 30, fort Wayne $50 Antonio Sandoval 33, 808 Jefferson ave., $50 John Schulte 34, fort Jennings $60 Susan Spang 39, Toledo $60 Bruce Stroup 31, Kokomo ind., $60 Jerry Wieland 21, Akron $60 Joe Zink 38, fort Wayne $60 and Kenneth Stephens 61, Carmel ind., $60. Forfeiting other Bonds were Likit Daung Jeetong 19, Defiance col lege red Light $60 Hope Knape 73, 257 Riverdale drive failure to yield $60 Ella Lehman 65, 1216 Karnes ave., care in backing $60 Thomas Miller 18, 622�?~/a North Clinton St., failure to yield $60 Diana Roberts 21, 310 East High St., assured Clear distance $60 Kimberly Bidlack 22, Sherwood left of Center $60 and . Dunn 51, Ripley tenn., no valid . Sticker $60 Evelyn Gubbins 66, Cecil was fined $150 and Cost and Given a three month operators License suspension for passing a stopped school bus. Terry Friend 35, route 6, pleaded not guilty to speeding. A trial was set for april 15. Mary White 21, grand rapids pleaded not guilty to passing a bad Check. A pre trial hearing was set for april 21. Rodney Athy 32, 1000 Ralston ave., pleaded not guilty to driving while under suspension. An april 21 pre trial hearing was set. Do cases Deborah Lamerson 32, Napoleon appeared Friday in Defiance municipal court on a charge of driving while under the influence of alcohol. She pleaded no contest and was found guilty of the troopers charge and fined $350 and court costs. Her operators License was suspended for one year and she was sentence to 30 Days in jail with 27 Days suspended. She will attend an alcohol awareness school in lieu of the jail term. She was found guilty of driving left of Center and fined $100 and costs. Charles Beard 37, 1701 Crestwood drive pleaded not guilty to a troopers charges of Dpi and failure to drive on the right half of the Roadway. A pre trial hearing was set for april 28. Edward Kennedy 24, 1102 Jefferson ave., pleaded not guilty to charges of Dpi and Speed charges filed by a trooper. An april 28 pretrial hearing was set. Hearings set James Beltz 18, Stryker appeared Friday in Defiance municipal court on a felony charge of breaking and entering filed by City police. He had a preliminary hearing set for april 7. Glenn Parcher Iii 18, 800 Perry St., had a preliminary hearing set for april 14. He was charged by City police for felony breaking and entering. Otis Page age unavailable 337 Harding St., had a felony change of trafficking in marijuana filed by sheriffs deputies set for an april 7 preliminary hearing thursday. Found not guilty William red horse Bates 71, 923 Davidson St., appeared thursday in Defiance municipal court on a charge of speeding filed by a trooper. He pleaded innocent and was found not guilty after a trial before judge Anthony Dejute. County Agenda aired a half dozen items will be considered by Defiance county a commissioners when they meet monday. The session begins at 8 30 . In the county a court Street office and is open to the Public. Included on the Agenda Are bids on Stone Asphalt and Road signs and on a a umbrella liability insurance travel requests submitted by the department of human services a per Gal Lon Price reduction on fuel submitted by a county supplier and a io30 . Meeting with a citizens committee which is studying county finances and a proposed Quot piggyback sales tax placed on the county a May primary menus Antwerp local monday a Bologna or Meatball Sandwich mixed vegetables Carmel Rice banana half Rice Krispie Square or cottage cheese with pineapple. Tuesday a Spaghetti and meat sauce or Ham and cheese Sandwich Green Beans raisins garlic bread homemade cookies or Curley Fries. Wednesday a tuna salad Sandwich or com dogs Corn Dill Spear mixed fruit chef salad or chocolate Chip pudding. Thursday a Macaroni supreme or pizza Burger Sandwich Cole Slaw Lime Gelatin with pineapple bread Peanut butter doughnut holes or pickled eggs. Friday a meat and cheese pizza or potato Rivel soup lettuce salad with cheese peaches brownies or assorted chips. Archbold area monday a toasted cheese Sandwich baked Beans Dill Spear chocolate pudding. Tuesday a Taco with lettuce and cheese Corn peaches. Wednesday a Chicken and noodles Green Beans Apple Crisp bread Peanut butter. Thursday a sausage links waffles and syrup applesauce cherries. Friday a lasagna lettuce pineapple bread. The Crescent news w the do i new Post offic a i cond class published Dally Lacast sunday publication no. Uses 151 Soo by the Defiance publishing co. I aes and and Parry Straw. Do Lane a Villa sum s d Vandet Nark Gen mgr Robert Cummins editor oct Artmont manaois Alvin Getgey advertising Robert Keller classified Mark Ryan circulation subscription rates single copy 35 cents mall Price for customers with a Defiance county mailing address is $70 of. 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