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Defiance Crescent News (Newspaper) - June 5, 1965, Defiance, Ohio Warm sunday worm More humid 77th year a no. 286 Northwestern Ohio s Complete Home newspaper United press International up Defiance Crescent news saturday june 5, 1965 Telephone 783-1015 Price to cents heavy fighting flares again in dominican Republic a a a a a a a a gemini-4 nears half Way Mark this ones Okay capt. Gene Starrett right of the Defiance auxiliary police prepares a safety Check sticker for the 1965 Chevrolet of Warren Smith 301 Seither drive during the annual free safety Check being made in Defiance by the Lions club in cooperation with the business and professional women club and the police auxiliary. Looking on Are Gene Williams left and Robert Greiwe Lions club members. The Check is timing held again Nightrider bullets strike Deputy s Home racial activity was entered largely in the North Friday but Nightrider violence again flared in tense Bogalusa la., where a negro Deputy sheriff was shot to death and another was wounded earlier this week. Late Friday night bullets smashed into the Home of Doyle Holiday chief Deputy of Washington Parish county who was investigating the murder of negro Deputy of Neil Moore t w o nights earlier. Holiday and his wife escaped injury although one Bullet lodged in a living room Wall above their Heads. Holiday emptied his service revolver at a fleeing automobile but the Nightrider escaped. Paper Mill worker Ernest Mcelveen 41, waived extradition Friday and was returned to Bogalusa fro in Tylertown miss., to face murder charges in Moore a slaying. Authorities Page 6, column 2, pleas from 9 a. In. To 5 p. In. Today and will be repeated next Friday from noon until 8 p. In. And saturday june 12, from 9 to 5. A Crescent news photo. Truck Rolls three youths Hurt slightly Check reveals 48 car defects defective brakes lights tires etc., were found on 48 or 13 per cent of the 369 vehicles that were inspected Friday during the first Day of the annual four Day safety Check by the Defiance Lions club with cooperation of the Defiance police auxiliary and the Defiance business and professional women a. Club. Eight of the cars with defects were corrected and the vehicles Given a safety sticker sgt. Paul e. Bittinger safety Check chairman reported. He also noted that 139 or More than a third of the vehicles1 were equipped with seat belts. \ three Putnam county youths defects found during the escaped with minor bruises first Days Check from noon in when the truck in which they til 8 . Were were Riding rolled Over at the bad tires 15 inoperative turn a a an and Wilhelm roads at signals 12 rear lights 12 front 229 a m a a if to lights four brakes three so a a a a Connen Windshield wipers one. And a1 owner and operator of the Horn one 1953 Ford pickup Michael l. Men 18, also of the safety Check will be re Continental pealed Between 9 a m. And 5 p. U bar on 15 it 3 con. In. Today noon and 8 . Next to Nentas Friday and 9 a m. To 5 . The sheriffs department re Une ported that the car went off the left Side of the Road from a right curve and rolled Over on to its wheels. The top of the firemen were called to the truck which struck a tree 900 Block on Jefferson ave. At sump was dama8� consider 1 47 a in. Today when a car Cott estimated his Speed at Buret or fire damaged the Hood 45 Miles per hour. Of a 1960 Chevrolet owned by a Deputy sheriff cited Thom Walt Heidenreich Lincoln and As a. Green 18, 1001 Willmore Mercury Baltimore St., and Circle. Bryan to municipal driven by Tom Rosendale 951 court at la a. In. Tuesday for Wilhelm St. Speed. Two persons die in Santo Domingo raid inter american unit continues struggle for settlement Santo Domingo up rebel held Southeastern Santo Domingo was hit Friday night by High explosive fire in an unexplained renewal of heavy attack on the area. Col. Francisco Boa Ventura Cavalcanti a brazilian u n. Adviser said eight projectiles were fired across the o z a in a River into rebel territory. He said two persons a woman and a Young girls were killed and at least six wounded by the attack. It was not certain immediately exactly what sort of projectile was involved or by whom they were fired. A tense moment smiles and shouts of Joy replaced the sober expressions on the faces of these Defiance High school seniors an hour later at the end of the annual commencement exercises in the Dos gym Friday evening. Miss Linda Gahris Junior class president with Back to t camera Ushers seniors to their seats during the playing of the recessional by miss Peggy Rohrs organist. A Crescent news photo. Car fire Best Iii Flower show is won by mrs. Clarence Montgomery by Frank Craig Crescent news staff writer diplomas for 252 Defiance first reports said they were Bazooka rockets fired from the Ozamay a . Held left Bank. Later information indicated however that they May have been mortar or Light artillery shells fired from positions beyond the american lines. It was the first heavy fire that had been reported along High school seniors were form the Ozama for some Days a1 ally accepted at the 94th annual though Rifle fire is heard night commencement exercises Fri by in that part of the City. Day evening by Paul Krutsch inter american investigators class president with a a de discontinued their efforts today to arrange meetings with the leaders of the rival factions in the dominican revolt. The three Man team sent Here thursday by the organization of american states Oas was unable Friday to get in touch with either of the principal dominican leaders a maj. Gen. Education is dedicated to Best est of ability cation to use our education to dreams your master of you the Best of our can think and not make thou a Large crowd of parents and gets your Aira a a friends filled almost every available seat in the gymnasium. They enjoyed the Brief Dos graduates Hurt in crash but impressive program that featured challenging talks by five seniors and a special tribute to four teachers who Are retiring after Long years of devoted service to the City schools. Retiring teachers Are mrs. Leota Balmer mrs. Alice j. Crosley mrs. Elizabeth Enos and miss Augusta Kehnast. In his presentation of special diplomas to these teachers John t. Rohrs Board of Edu two members of Friday Antonio Impert Barrera head nights graduating class were of the military civilian Junta injured in an Accident at 3 21 regime or rebel col. Francisco a m. Today on Westgate drive Caamano Deno. 170 feet West of s. Clinton St. They plan sunday to tour the injured were provinces with a View to sound Joe Edward Call 18. 401 sum your the diplomas de ing out opinion outside of Santo Mit St left leg lacerations. Signalled each As an emeritus Domingo. John Catt 18 i789 s. Canton member of the staff. St., left shoulder lacerations Hurt at work a they Ere Kent the Kenneth or in president she declared that dreams were Good and essential citing examples of Benjamin Franklin Thomas Edison and Henry Ford who were dreamers but put their dreams to work. Miss Geiger stressed the need for a courage and stamina to work adding a a you can prove that the impossible is possible through hard in closing she advised her classmates to a dream tonight but tomorrow quit dreaming and work hard to transform system Green to Complete ii orbits excess oxygen flow in Craft called not dangerous space Center Houston up a us. Space champs James Mcdivitt and Edward White today reported oxygen was flowing into the Cabin of their gemini 4 capsule faster than they could use it. But there was no danger and they got a a system Green to soar on to the finish of their four Day record flight. As they headed into their second Day aloft Over pres a urination was a a bleeding More oxygen into the Craft. Mcdivitt was asked to use a valve to reduce the pressure and Correct the problem. They have been using oxygen at the rate of 25 per cent More than they have been normally a a space Agency spokesman said. The Cabin remained air tight. The space Center reported Mcdivitt and White had a somewhere Between 5 and to hours Supply of oxygen above necessary even at the present rate he a using it right Mcdivitt was asked not to a relieve overboard a not to let the oxygen out of the capsule. Communications Balky at first steadily improved and the Page 6. Column 4, pleas cation president observed that a life s greatest Reward is in your dreams into service to others and thanked the quartet for a enrichment of. If you can Trust yourself when All men doubt you but make allowance for their doubting was the theme of Marjorie Cameron a address. She urged her classmates not Fiance City Hospital by the Defiance City education a raid to differ but Wam association presented each of Harold Davis Thurston St., Rescue squad received a compound fracture police said that Call was drive the ret Reno teachers with a of the left Arm and a severe Ling South in a 1964 Chevrolet dozen american Beauty roses laceration while at work at the pickup truck owned by Garold on Behan a of the association Tenzer lumber company. 631 h. Carr. 1780 s. Clinton St., and of cation and school Perry St., at 10 13 a. In. Today went off the left Side of administration he was helping to unload a Box Road. Too in lir ii of o Imp the class addresses were on Cdr when the Fork lift of d Tryc i a a a tor caught his Arm. A fellow the careening truck which a. Emez a y Yar worker applied a Tourniquet travelled almost 500 feet out of Al pm ans until the Rescue squad arrived control part of that distance the St speaker Susan to take Davis to Defiance City sideways hit a mail Box at the Geiger spoke on. Of you Hospital. Page 6, column 2, pleas can dream and not make de that being a non conformist just for the Sake of differing also is not Good. She advised them to be open minded a open for suggestions for our miss Cameron observed that a no one knows us As Well As we know ourselves a add Page column i pleas bar endorses Brown in fall endorsement of attorney Douglas w. Brown 610 e. Smith St., Hicksville As candidate for municipal court judge in november was voted by the Defiance county bar association at a meeting Friday afternoon in the court room. The association made no recommendation for an interim appointment by the governor of a successor to the late judge Robert r. Brown Uncle of attorney Brown judge Brown died of a heart attack while attending a Page a Coloma 4, pleas Best of show honors in Flowers and or foliage a i in annual Flower show of the mrs. Joe Vacaro 2, mrs. Cree win Rivers Garden club in the Ger and 3. Mrs. E. R. Stouder. Error motor sales rooms 622 Johnnie Appleseed arrange Linton St., Friday and today ment in a Basket a i mrs. Ent to mrs. Clarence Mont Stouder 2, mrs. Lauker and ornery 907vi Asa St. 3, mrs. Ray o. Smith. The thirteen club won first mad Anthony Wayne bold a lace for special table arrange ran gement a i mrs. Don shoeless and second place in that by. 2, mrs. Lanker 3. Mrs. Vent went to the business and p q. Lenhart and honorable tones signal women a club. Mention mrs. Vaccaro. Other awards were Preston Island mass arrange artistic arrangements ment a i no award 2, mrs twin Rivers arrangements in Montgomery. No third place Vin Container a i mrs. Mot award ornery 2, mrs. Floyd Miami Indian Teepee Trian and 3. Mrs. N. F. Kreischer. Gie arrangement a i. Mrs. Fort Defiance arrangement in Montgomery 2, mrs. Kriesch a antique Container a i mrs. Or and honorable mention mrs. I aul Lauker 2, mrs. John bar bean. House 3, mrs. Etchie and Hon Independence dam an a race mention mrs. Zelma ran gement expressing motion lean. I mrs. Montgomery. Miami and Erie canal car Church in the Valley Reli argement with water showing pious composition using a a i mrs. Kriescher 2, mrs. Donna a i mrs. C. H. Treas tean and honorable mention Ter and 2, mrs Kreischer. Ars. Karl Creeger. Transportation horizontal a fallen timbers arrangement ran gement a i mrs. Creeger kith Drift or weathered Wood 3, mrs. Bear. And Honor Abie mention mrs. Smith. Band stand arrangement on Pedestal or footed base a i. Mrs. Shockey 2. Mrs. Lenhart and 3, mrs. Kriescher. Crescent news Crescent arrangement a i mrs. Montgomery 2, mrs. Creeger and 3, mrs. Etchie. Flagstaff Monument vertical arrangement a i mrs. Lenhart 2. Mrs. Bean 3, mrs. Treaster and honorable mention mrs. Kreischer Charloe Trail Hogarth curve arrangement a i mrs. Bean 2. Mrs. Shockey and 3, mrs. Lanker. Papoose miniature arrangement not to exceed six inches i mrs. Roger Mcdonald and mrs. Lenhart 2, mrs. Smith mrs. Bean 3, mrs. E. R. Stouder and honorable mention mrs. Kreischer and mrs. Creeger. Little Turtle children 8-10 arrange Choice a i Lori Ballreich. And 2, Karen Vaccara. Family affair a Stuart Indian lore juniors 12-16, a w. Duerk 951 Grove St., rangers choices i Karen bal left was graduated from Page i column 6, please j Defiance High school 50 years Bandit kills three in Bank robbery big Springs neb. Up a police pushed through pouring rain today Hunting a suave sadistic Bandit who calmly killed three persons and wounded a fourth in a wild West style Bank Holdup. Police chief Veldon Fuller of nearby Ogallala neb., said the killer was believed to be a holed up in the rolling wheat and cattle country near this stunned town of 550 persons. Police finished a Lessly spread Eagle Friday on the floor of the Small Farmers state Bank. The killer aimed carefully to hit their hearts. One victim was a widow House to mrs. Lois Ann Hothan 35, a House search in big Springs Bank cashier. Her two Little scene of badman Sam basses boys 6 and to lost their father big train Holdup of 1877, and last november fanned out to look through farm another was the Bank a presi and ranch buildings in the quiet Dent Andy Kjeldgaard. Between Green Countryside. 70 and 75, a quiet Bachelor. He the rain forced six search and his older brother. Carl. Now retired bought the Bank 45 years ago Franklin Kjeldgaard is Carlos son. The third was another Cash ago his daughter mrs. Robert Zachrich Center 25 years ago and her son and or. Duerks grandson Craig Zachrich Friday evening with the d. H. S. Class of 252 seniors. Ing air planes to the round Friday. It continued this morning closing several roads. Franklin Al Kelgaard 25. Only survivor of the brutal attack was reported in critical Condi Ier. Glen Hendrickson. 60. He Tion today. Is survived by his widow and a grown son. He said the Bandit was Well the Bandit left his victims dressed Calm and a did no to even for dead grabbed $1,500 in Cash i act Tough before he stitched and walked out. Speaking polite i eight bullets into the backs of1 by to a Farmer he passed in the this victims As they Lay help doorway. T v

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