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Defiance Crescent News (Newspaper) - February 7, 1980, Defiance, Ohio Area City Accident reports Lois e. Moss mrs. Lois e. Moss 51,1802 Sherwood dr., died at 8 40 . Today in the Defiance Hospital. She was born in Defiance on May 18,1928, a daughter of Cleo c. And Wilma Haver Beebe and married Fred Moss on Jan. 17,1948. She was a member of . Johns Catholic Church and the elks auxiliary. Surviving Are her husband Fred six sons Joseph of. 830 e. Second . Stephen j., 2041 Power dam Road Nicholas a., 649 Riverside ave. George a. 807 Washington ave. Daniel l and John d., at Home a sister. Mrs. Albert Frances Druhot Napoleon two Brothers. Eugene e. Beebe Arkansas City kans., and Richard m Beebe route 5, Defiance and eight grandchildren. Services will be at la saturday in . Johns Catholic Church with entombment following in the Riverside cemetery mausoleum calling hours begin at i . Friday in the Lawson funeral Home where a scriptural Wake service will be held at 7 30 . Friday. Memorial contributions Are suggested to the american cancer society or a Charity of the donors Choice. Joseph c. Smethers word has been received of the death wednesday morning of Joseph c. Smethers 57, Decatur 111 he was a son of Clarence e. And Agnes Weber Smethers. His Mother was a native of the Defiance area surviving Are his wife Dorothy two sons two daughters a grandchild his Mother. Mrs. Agnes Smethers. And a brother. Clarence l. Smethers. All of Decatur he was preceded in death by his father and a brother. Albert services will be at to a in. Saturday in . Thomas Catholic Church. Decatur and burial will be in Decatur cemetery Marguerite Baker Hicksville a mrs. Marguerite Baker 89. 427 w High ., died at 6 35 . Tuesday in Parkview Hospital. Fort Wayne where she had been a patient one week she was in failing health the past four years. A daughter of Benjamin and Emma Wilcox Crary. She was born july 24. 1890 in Milford township. Defiance county and married William Baker on March la. 1911 he died in 1952 mrs. Baker was a retired employee of Ohio Art company. Bryan a member of John lutheran Church the Paulding eagles auxiliary. And the Logan club surviving Are a daughter. Mrs Alvin Emma Conley. Hicksville two sons. Bennie a. Hicksville and Roger a. Big Springs. Tex three grandchildren six great grandchildren and two great great grandchildren a son. Lee. And a sister Are deceased calling in the Brown funeral Home will be after noon Friday and after 9 . Saturday. Services will be at 2 saturday in the funeral Home and burial will follow in lost Creek cemetery. Memorial contributions Are preferred to the Hicksville unit. Society for crippled children and adults Nellie a. Treece Continental mrs. Nellie a Treece. 80, formerly of Continental died at 2 a in. Wednesday in the Putnam county nursing Home. Ottawa she had resided there since sept 28.1974 she a born april 13. 1899 in Putnam county a daughter of Ulysses Grant and Maggie Mcclure Hitchcock and married George e. Treece on april 28.1920. He died sept. To. 1977. Mrs Treece was a member of the Continental United methodist Church a former sunday school teacher and member of the a pcs and a former member of the it club and women a educational club surviving Are four daughters. Mrs. Charles Ellen Bell. Mountain View Calif mrs Don Ara Jean Zeigler. Defiance mrs. Robert Lenore Armbrust fort Wayne and mrs. Donald Mary Fisher. Mansfield two Sisters. Mrs. Ara Rickner and mrs Roy Daisy Bates. Oakwood to grandchildren and eight great grandchildren four Brothers Are deceased services will be sunday at i in the Continental United methodist Church with the Rev. Marilyn Chivington officiating burial will follow in North it. Zion cemetery. Calling in the Snyder funeral Home. Continental. Will be after i . Saturday until an hour before service time when the body will be taken to the Church Irene e. Huner Archbold funeral services will be held Friday at 2 in . Martins lutheran Church for mrs. Irene e. Huner. 55. Who died tuesday in her 313 Buckeye . Residence she was born aug i. 1925, a daughter of Ferdinand and Erna Meyer arps and married Henry Huner on dec 12.1949 she was a member of . Martins lutheran Church. Archbold the Independent jewelery a association and the Ohio watchmakers association the Rev. Bill by will officiate during services Friday and burial will follow at Wauseon cemetery arrangement Are being handled by the Grisier funeral Home. Archbold where friends May Call anytime prior to the services. Saving time Anil Effort. People in Northwestern Ohio can use the Telephone to take care of almost any business they have with the Defiance social Security office said Donald rank Defiance a social Security District manager a using the Telephone saves almost everybody time and Effort a a he said. A the Best time to Call is after the Middle of the month because social Security checks Are delivered Early in the month and the phone lines May be tied up much of the time the Telephone can be used to a apply for social Security payments. A apply for medicare. A find out How to change your name or address on social Security records a report a change in marital status work or earnings. A report a lost or stolen Check or delayed payment. A learn How to replace a lost or missing social Security or medicare card. A get help in completing medicare claims forms. A get information about request rejected Columbus up the Public utilities commission of Ohio wednesday denied a request for a rehearing of a $72 million rate hike for the Columbus Southern Ohio electric co the request was made by the Utility and the Ohio Consumers counsel direct Deposit of checks. A get a Benefit estimate. A request a statement of earnings record a find out if a particular health facility takes part in medicare. The Telephone number for the Defiance office is 782-3950. The office is located at 205 e second ., open 8 30 a.rn.-4 30 pm monday through Friday nursing course scheduled a introduction to oncology nursing is the title of a six week course for registered nurses to be held from feb. 13 to March 20 at the medical College of Ohio the course is sponsored by the medical College of Ohio cancer program Anco the american cancer society in cooperation with Mcoy a office of continuing education for nurses. Participants will examine the role of the nurses in All phases of cancer control. Classes will be held from 9 a in to 4 30 . On tuesday wednesday and thursday of each week. Classroom and clinical instruction will be provided. Continuing education units will be awarded for registration information Contact the medical College cancer program or Call 381-3717. State patrol cited for Dpi Phillip Newton 28. 1726 Sunshine un., Defiance was cited for driving while under the influence after an Accident on Ohio 18 in Defiance county a Richland township at 1 34 . Today. According to the patrol report. He was westbound veered off the left berm and hit a Utility pole then drove through a Field Back onto the Highway and off the right berm into a driveway. His car hit a stopped pick up truck operated by Gary sen Sabaugh. 33. Route 2. Defiance. Both vehicles were moderately damaged Driver injured Jeffry Green. 18. 920 w. First . Defiance was treated for minor injuries at Defiance Hospital after a mishap on Ohio 15. Two and two tenths Miles South of Defiance. At 11 50 wednesday. The report stated that he was northbound drove off the left berm and hit a Utility pole and a tree his car was demolished he was taken to the Hospital by Highland township Rescue squad handed citation a citation for failure to drive on the right half of the Road was handed to Stanley Duval. 21. Napoleon after an Accident at Ohio 424 and Defiance county Overly Road fire Rescue Calls Defiance fire dept. Transfer a a Defiance Hospital patient was transferred to Joe Hospital in fort Wayne. Ind. At 2 50 wednesday fire a firemen w Ere called to Defiance colleges Mcreynolds Hall dormitory. 701 Webster ., at 6 52 wednesday when a basement trash Container caught fire. The basement storage room was damaged by heat and smoke there were no injuries Rescue a Carroll Parker. 1044 Harrison ave., was ill at Home and taken to Defiance Hospital at 7 46 pm. Wednesday Nap Board names new treasurer Napoleon the Napoleon City Board of education hired a new District treasurer during a special meeting wednesday naming mrs. Lois Knuth to the Post and accepted the resignation of James Ber Nicke As acting treasurer. Bernicke will resume his duties As assistant superintendent after filling the treasurers Post temporarily following the recent resignation of mrs. Claire Grotke. Mrs. Knuth. Who has an accounting degree from Defiance College and has been employed by the Henry county welfare department. W ill begin her duties feb la at 3 45 . Wednesday. Duval was westbound the report stated and skidded off the right berm on a curve. His car rolled several times and was severely damaged. Severe damage a pick up truck driven by Terry Worthington. 23, Napoleon was severely damaged in a crash on Ohio 424. Eight tenths of a mile West of the Defiance Henry county line at 2 55 pm wednesday. According to the report. Worthington was eastbound lost control and skidded off the right berm into a Guardrail then veered Back across the Road and off the left into a ditch. He was not Hurt no injuries neither Driver was Hurt in an Accident at Ohio 18 and Defiance county a flick Inger Road at 10 05 a in wednesday. The report stated that Larry Ashley. 44. Fort Wayne. Ind. Was eastbound on 18 and began passing an eastbound farm tractor driven by Francis Singer. 57. Route i. Defiance. As Singer began turning left onto Flickinger. Ashley reportedly swerved left and hit a Mailbox moderately damaging his car hits pole Benny Jennings. 31. Route 5. Defiance told a trooper he was westbound on Ohio 111. Seven tenths of a mile South of Defiance county in Paulding county a Emerald township at 12 30 am. Wednesday and lost control on the icy Road his car skidded off the left berm into a Utility pole and was moderately damaged Defiance sheriff slight damage a car driven by Donald Heilshorn. 55. 156 Cleveland ave. Defiance was slightly damaged in an Accident at Karnes Avenue and rub Street at 8 28 a in wednesday according to City police. Heilshorn was northbound on Karnes veered off the right berm to avoid a car backing from a driveway and clipped a Utility pole. He was not Hurt. Bus involved a City school bus was involved in a mishap at sessions Avenue and North Clinton Street at 7 50 a. In wednesday. The report stated that William Bell. 45. 115 Westfield dr., was eastbound on sessions beside a bus driven by Carolyn Carnahan. 46. Route 8. Defiance. As both vehicles turned South onto North Clinton. Belles car reportedly Slid left into the bus. Hospitals babysitting course set Defiance hospitals 10-hour babysitting course will again be offered in five sessions which will be held from 7 to 9 . On feb. 26. March 4. La. 18and25. The Content of the course includes such subjects As qualifications of a Babysitter. Growth and development human needs How to Bathe a baby. How to take a temperature nutrition and feeding first Aid including artificial respiration safety recreational activities and discipline the program will also feature an observation period at wee Wisdom Day Nursery. The course is being taught by mrs Robin Dundore registered nurse in paediatrics and will feature guest speakers from the Community. The program is provided free of Cost and is open to 12-15 year old boys and girls registration is required and limited to 30 participants. Registration forms May be obtained by contacting mrs. Nancy Robinson at Defiance Hospital 782-6955 participants will be awarded attendance certificates upon completion of the course. An achievement test will also be Given those who attain a score of 80 percent or above on the test will be placed on the Myca preferred babysitting list Defiance fined for Speed Darrell Develbiss. 20. Route 4. Defiance appeared in Defiance municipal court on wednesday on a speeding charge filed by an Ohio Highway patrol trooper. He changed his plea from not guilty to guilty and was fined $30 and court costs. F coming events today 7 30 . A Board of Northwestern Ohio Community action commission meets at the Plaza Center office. Open to the Public. 7 30 . A Defiance human relations Board meets in the municipal courtroom of the City county building. Open to the Public. Friday 8 30-9 30 . And 2-4 . A immunization clinic at the Defiance county health department information about venereal disease examinations May be obtained by phoning the health department at 784-3318. 6 30 . A Defiance High schools basketball team travels to Van Wert. Myca schedule Friday the schedule of events for the Defiance area Myca includes Early Bird fitness 6 30-7 30 at Defiance colleges gym women Basic fitness Section i 9 15-10 15 at the National guard armory. Bryan dance fit Section i 9 30-10 30a in dance fit Section ii 10 30-11 30 at the armory. Men noontime fitness 11 30 a a i . At Johns lutheran Church pre gymnastics Section a 4-5p in at the armory judo 6 30-7 30 at the armory. Self defense 7 30-8 30 at the armory the Crescent news thursday february 7,1980, Defiance Ohio -5 court results donates $1,500 a the National Bank of Defiance became the first official donor to the fort Defiance Renaissance building fund drive wednesday when Frank Lorenz Bank president presented Carole Hallam Renaissance president with a Check for $1,500. The Money will be put in a fund to Purchase and renovate the Sauer Watson House also known As a the Crescent news photo by Karen Christy. School kids taught Good dental habits during this week Defiance Public and parochial school children in grades 1-3 Are learning the importance of maintaining Good dental health habits through demonstrations by Dana Shingledecker and Sandi wonders both registered dental hygienists a with the help of Ronald Mcdonald a children Are taught How to prevent dental problems. The program is designed to teach children at an Early age the importance of daily brushing and flossing avoidance of Sweet snacks the necessity of eating a balanced diet and having regular dental Check ups children will be discovering Why Teeth Are important and what can happen to Teeth if plaque builds up students will he receiving a colouring Sheet of Ronald Mcdonald and a Coupon redeemed at Mcdonalds a dental health display is on hand All week at Mcdonalds and the Public is Welcome to View it the theme of the children a dental health week is smile America. Brighten the 80s�?� and is celebrated nationwide Ronald Mcdonald is Mcdonald restaurants official company spokesman to children Hygiene week a Ronald Mcdonald is visiting Defiance City and parochial schools this week to help teach children about dental Hygiene during dental Hygiene week. Helping Ronald at . John Catholic school Are registered dental hygienists Lana Singledecker left and Sandi wonders right. Crescent news photo by Wes Mcfarland Napoleon municipal Napoleon Paul e Riebesehl 48, 502 w Clinton ., Napoleon appeared in court monday on a charge of reckless operation was found guilty and was not fined but was assessed $20 50 costs and sentenced to three Days in jail. Also appearing were Bruno g. Rivera 22, 515 or wig ., Napoleon driving while under suspension $100 Fine $20 50 costs 30 Days in jail suspended Ray a Beck 56, Holgate driving while under the influence $150, $20 50, three Days in jail License suspended 30 Days Edward Gonzales 32, Defiance Dpi. $150, $20 50, three Days jail License suspended 30 Days forfeiting Bonds for speeding were Robert d Gordon 41, Van Wert $20 Robert a Moon 18. Holgate $25 Richard Sabourn. 27, Milwaukee w i s., $25 Michael Kapala. 22, Toledo $25 James Azlein 30. Bluffton ind$25 Courtland Hoover 58. Tiffin. $30 Larry w Eicher 39, Liberty Center. $30 James d goad 48, Liberty Center $30 Beverly Bixler 19, Napoleon $35 forfeiting Bonds on other charges were Thomas c. Sunior. 21. 606 Perry Napoleon passing on prohibitive lines $25 Gloria j prayer. 3 4, route 3, Napoleon defective exhaust $25 Rollin h Wanemacher 49, 911 w Washington Napoleon Stop sign $25 Terry l Donnelly Beckham ., Napoleon Stop sign. $25 John r Mansfield 45, Continental. Failure to yield. $40. V vocational education week slated feb 10-16 has been designated As National vocational education week it will be observed throughout the country by vocational education centers teachers students parents and the Public gov James a Rhodes said in his governors proclamation a the profound sociological economic and technological changes in our society Are bringing about rapid changes in the Structure of a Many a world of thereby placing new and additional responsibilities on the educational system a the Ohio vocational association a division of the american vocational association is promoting the National Observance to Call attention to the merits and accomplishments of vocational technical education and to pay tribute to those who professionally contribute in teaching and assisting youths and adults in the process of preparation for work Ohio has 102 vocational planning districts providing vocational technical programs to the state Young people and adults about 97 percent of Ohio High school students have Access to vocational programs and 57 percent of the youth in the last two years of High school Are choosing vocational education about 40 percent of that 57 percent Are in Job training programs and 17 percent in consumer family life programs in one recent year vocational education students in cooperative programs earned Over $52 million while working Par time As part of their instructional program now you know the Bat is the Only mammal that can Fly Defiance Hospital admitted wednesday mrs g Ream Gibson. Napoleon mrs Russell Grosen Bacher. Route 5. Ocie Mahon. 420 Douglas . Harold part be. 2119 Shaw Nee or dismissed wednesday Agnes Bates. Wauseon. Ralph Deckard. Grover Hill mrs John Evans and son. Defiance Mary Correll. Paulding Arlene Krontz 116 East Albert Marckel. Route 3 transferred to Josephus. Fort Wayne. Lauren Rigg 624 division Willis Simmons. Defiance co Home. Chalmer Stevens. Route to mrs James Stone and daughter 232 Riverdale or. Phillip Witherspoon. 502 Tiedeman ave James Zachrich continue Tai backward glance to years ago Allied com Manders ordered their troops Back to the War today at the end of a 24 hour Allied ceasefire for the tet lunar new year the truce was marred by at least 120 communist initiated incidents 25 years ago president Eisenhower asked Congress today to authorize $1,120,000,000 in Federal Grants and loan guarantees to Aid the states in carrying out a seven billion Dollar school construction program 50 years ago a preservation of the Miami and Erie canal from the feeder locks at Independence to the Village of Florida As a historic relic was decided upon by directors of the Maumee Valley Scenic and historic Highway association intercepted letter county officials Northwestern Ohio dear folks does anyone know How to do a health dance yours truly. Anthony Wayne or almanac today is thursday feb. 7, the 38th Day of 1980 with 328 to follow the Moon is moving toward its last Quarter the morning stars Are Mars. Jupiter and Saturn the evening stars Are Mercury and Venus those born on this Date Are under the sign on aquarius american novelist Sinclair Lew is w As born feb 7, 1885 on this Date in history in 1926, the average pay for common labor in the United states was 54 cents an hour. In 1948, Gen Dwight d Eisenhower resigned As army chief of staff and was succeeded by Gen. Omar Bradley. In 1956, Natherine Lucy the first negro admitted to the University of Alabama was expelled on grounds she accused school officials of conspiring in riots that accompanied her court ordered enrolment in 1973, the u Senate voted to set up a seven member committee to investigate the w watergate break in of democratic National Headquarters a thought for the Day English novelist Charles Dickens wrote in David Copperfield a let sleeping dogs lie who wants to Rouse pm a a

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