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Defiance Crescent News (Newspaper) - October 31, 1970, Defiance, Ohio Virginia Payette Williamsburg retains colonial appearance millions of school kids have tramped through colonial Williamsburg to learn How people lived during the revolution. The one 200 years ago that is but there a a lesson there for the rest of us too. And its not All historical. As you visit the Craft shops or poke around the old houses or stroll Down the Cobblestone streets you begin to notice something you done to see much of any More everything is so clean. And quiet. There a no traffic jams. No overflowing garbage cans. No garbage cans period. They hide them behind White picket fences Williamsburg a As a town a seems to work. Which is More than you can say for most places these Days. And if Williamsburg can do it Why can to we granted its a special Deal. John d. Rockefeller or. Spent $81,000,000 putting Homes and taverns Back the Way they were when George Washington and Thomas Jefferson visited forum editor Crescent news Defiance Ohio to the voters of the northeastern local District what is your child Worth you would possibly answer this question by saying a there is not enough Money in the world to Purchase my son daughter grandchild Niece or however you can add to your child a happiness and welfare by supporting your northeastern local school districts three Mill operating Levy at the polls tuesday nov. 3. In 1962 this District took the first step in providing additional rooms for our students when the voters approved the Tinora High school building project. The second step was taken in 1968, when we approved the addition of six rooms at the Noble township building six rooms at Tinora senior High school and the building of a new Junior High school. The new classrooms at the Noble township school and at Tinora High school Are now being used and the Tinora Junior High school is nearing completion. Six additional teachers have been employed in the District. Our total enrolment in the District is 1,316. Of this total 749 Are in the elementary buildings at Tiffin Noble and North Richland Adams 196 Junior High students Are at the North Richland Adams building but will move to the Tinora Junior High school when it is completed and High school enrolment is 371. The third step is now to be taken your approval of the proposed three Mill operating Levy which will provide funds to continue the operation of the northeastern local schools. What will happen if it is not approved according to recent legislation schools can now go in debt. By the end of 1971 our District would be in debt Over $60,000. We Are certain that you do not want this to happen. We have a Fine school system. Let us continue to support these schools so that we May improve the Quality of education which we desire for our children. The children of this District Are just As deserving As any other children in the state. Vote a a yes tuesday november 3. Respectfully Dallas l. Young lighter thoughts medical fees Are so High now claims Arnold Glasow that about All you can get for $100 is a get Well card. Advice to speakers via Sig Sakowicz a biscuits and speeches Are improved by shortening. Done to take yourself too seriously. Remember to a Mosquito you re just another filling station. The sad truth says the cynic is that More people listen with their Mouths than their ears. When you get right Down to it colonial Williamsburg has a lot going for it that we afford to duplicate in our Modem towns and cities. But who needs to live in a place so All fired authentic even Patrick Henry would feel right at Home that a what you go to Williamsburg for. There a More than history in Williamsburg. Twentieth Century people Are living in those 250-year-old houses. And they All work together to eliminate the eyesores the rest of us take for granted. Its these Little things that make Williamsburg so pleasant to the Eye and ear. And they take More imagination than Money. Maybe we non Rockefeller types can to afford to buy up land outside of town to keep smog factories from moving in but what a stopping us from burying the Telephone poles and Power lines or Banning automobiles and Neon signs from downtown streets or hiding to antennas in Trees and attics or painting fire hydrants Green Little things. But they make a big difference. There a a historical reason Why William burgers build White fences around their laundry lines bikinis and minis weren to part of the revolutionary haute couture and its Why they hide their meter boxes and mail slots in clapboard panels Only the meter Man and postman can find. Bul it also helps make living there so attractive that people scramble for the privilege. Done to Call the mover right away there a a Long waiting list and while the exteriors of the colonial buildings Are rigidly controlled by the Williamsburg foundation residents get so caught up in a colonial fever they get pretty Tricky about keeping inside rooms looking authentic too. A foundation executive camouflages the exhaust vent of his dryer in an earthenware Flower pot and a station Wagon owner extended his garage stable by attaching a hollow feeding Box to the door. Even the kids get the idea. They play a Patrick Henry instead of a Davy and one Mother says her teen age son a voluntarily a moved his Drums to a Back room so his non colonial Rock upset the tourists. Get a thing like that going and you be got a big improvement in the old Home town right there. A a almanac today is saturday oct 31, the 304th Day in 1970. The Moon is Between its new phase and. First Quarter. The morning stars Are Mars and Saturn. The evening stars Are Mercury Venus and Jupiter. Those born on this Date Are under the sign of Scorpio. On this Day in history in 1931 the Treasury department said the financial condition of the United states was so grave that 522 Banks had been forced to close their doors in september. In 1948 the chinese captured Mukden in Manchuria. In 1963 a explosion at an Indianapolis ice show killed 67 persons. In 1968 president Johnson announced a halt in the bombing of North Vietnam. A thought for today British poet Harold Monro said a How lonely we shall be what shall we do you without me i without intercepted Leher Parade lovers Defiance Ohio. Dear friends you la have to get there Early for a Vantage Point from which to watch the Lions halloween Parade tonight. Yours truly Anthony Wayne or. We Don t want him tagging along Defiance Crescent news saturday october 31, 1970 6man get three Day jail term today la . A Croaa country meet Here. 2 . A football game with Otterbein Here. 8 30 pin. A Hicksville a annual halloween party rotary. 7 30-9 pm. Myca gym and swim program. Sunday Holgate a annual legion auxiliary Ham dinner. 10 30 . A Mark Center a sunday school promotion classes. St. Paul a lutheran Church a Celebration of 100th anniversary. Monday 7 30 . A Defiance health department a easter Seal monthly Board meeting. 7 30 . A Wauseon a Fulton Henry District nurses Assn. Meets. 7 . A Bryan Council. 8 . A Napoleon Council. 7 30 . A Sherwood Council. 8 . A Archbold Council. 6 30 . A Dupont Council. 8 . A Payne Council. 7 30 . A Paulding Council. 8 . A Payne school Board. Tuesday 7 30 . A student lounge a do faculty meeting. 6 .-6 . A elections. 5 . A Oakwood United methodist Church a Chicken supper. 8 . A Defiance Council. 7 . A Grover Hill Council. 8 . A Oakwood Council. Wednesday West Unity a open House at school. Thursday 8 . A Schomburg auditorium a do forum features John Beecher poet. 8 . A Napoleon Emanuel lutheran Church a cancer fight program. 8-10 30 . A East Side fire House a Square dancing for beginners. Friday 1 30 . A Malinta United methodist Church a world Community Day. 8 . A Schomburg auditorium a movie a lady in saturday 1 . A Defiance College a Cross country mid Ohio conference. 2 . A Defiance College a football Anderson Here. 7 30-9 . A do gymnasium a Myca gym and swim program. The great pumpkin this two foot tall 150-Pound pumpkin was turned into a Jack of lantern by Dennis Kroeckel and is displayed in front of his Mobile Home at Green acres trailer court route police plan shoot of North. Neighbourhood children taking a Good look at the giant pumpkin which measures 70 inches around Are from left a Susan Andrews Steven Adams and Dwayne Charles. A Crescent news photo. Defiance Hospital final plans for the coming Hunter shoot were announced today by it. Robert Shock president of the fraternal order of police. The shoot will be held at the . Lodge and Range on Trinity Road sunday nov. 8, starting at 12 30 . Events Are set up for still targets along with events for shotguns with rifled slugs and big bore rifles. Prizes for the shoot will be hams and turkeys. The rifled slug and big bores will shoot at Deer targets while the still targets will be the Standard a a a target. Entry fees were set at a Dollar per shoot. . Lodge members Hope that local Hunters take advantage of the shoot to get their shooting Eye sharpened up for the coming Hunting season. Police cite five it. Robert Shock Defiance police department today reported the arrests of Scott j. Donalds 21, Teaneck . Gerald l. Feeney 32, 520 e. Second and Ray Wagner 21, 1371 Moll All for red Light violations Nina b. Houston 50, 1553 Westgate failure to yield the right of Way and Eudelio Jimenez 1047 s. Jackson Public intoxication. Birth Friday a or. And mrs. William Schlos a ser 924 Summit a daughter 9 la. 8 oz., at 10 30 am. Admitted Friday a mrs. Rudy Belue 335 Carter. Miss Helen Max 306vi Clinton. Ned Bigg 422 Nicholas. Steve a. Sallay 1227 Schultz. Mrs. Jack Call 230 Hopkins. Mrs. Bruce Keefer 123 Prospect. Dismissed Friday a mrs. Paul Wagner 1140 Jefferson. Miss Susan Hohenberger 1541 Westgate. Mrs. Milo Kittle it. 7. Mrs. Gerald Gem ens it. 4. Michael c. Moore Malinta. Russell l. Black it. I Oakwood. Miss Margaret Jean Angus 803 pleasant Wood Bryan. Mrs. Donald Phillips it. 2. Shirley Cotter 204 Taylor West gets oct openings army officer candidate schools have been opened for a limited number of qualifying applicants sergeant Howard c. Bibbee local army Recruiter announced. To qualify As an Osc applicant a Young Man must be a graduate of or a senior in an accredited College or University. Roth training is not required sergeant Bibbee continued. Enlistments in the army officer candidate program Osc Are for a three year period. The enlistment begins with eight weeks of Basic combat training at fort Jackson s. by eight weeks of advanced individual training at fort Jackson or fort Sill okla. Upon completion of this phase of training individuals will be Given leave before being sent to fort Sill or fort Benning ga., to continue the Osc program. The oct course runs for a period of 23 weeks and upon graduation the individual is commissioned As a second lieutenant in the u. S. Army. Oct graduates who have completed their Active duty assignments Are in great demand by Industry the professions and the government not Only for their technical ability but also for their leadership training and experience. Further information May be obtained from sergeant Bibbee at 413 3rd. St., Defiance or Call 782-3221. Paris Lowe 32, it. 6, charged by the state patrol with driving while under the influence of alcohol narcotic drugs or opiates was fined $150 in municipal court Friday Given three Days in jail and had his operators License suspended for 30 Days. Court costs were $5. Lowe forfeited a $30 Bond on a Speed charge. Pleading no contest to a charge of failure to Stop in an assured Clear distance ahead Debra k. Cornelius 18, Ottawa was found guilty and fined $15. Her court costs were $4.20. Pleading guilty were Eddie l. Pool 35, it. 3, Bryan expired operators License $25 Fine Terry l. Mcdonald 21, 634 Grover Speed $25 and Delbert l Flory 72, it. 4, wrong Way and disregarding a traffic control device $15. Court costs in each Case were $4.20. Forfeiting Bonds were Jeffory s. Small 19, Napoleon and John w. Bowers 18, Lima both Speed both $20 Alfred Adams 26, 208 n. Sherman Paulding Leo David Zurkan 20,844 n. Clinton both Speed both $25 Daniel i to Brown 24, Mark Center wrong Way on a one Way Street $25 Carol a. Benson 30, fort Wayne Speed $35 Thomas g. Zulch 26, Weston Speed $25 Donald e. Sholl 21, 1223 Washington Speed $40, and James s. Singer 31, 761 Kentner expired operators License $35. Pleads guilty Barbarajo Bauman 21, 306 Whitney Hall Defiance College pleaded guilty in municipal court Friday to a charge of shoplifting. Judge Joseph c. Poorman levied a $25 Fine which he suspended and assessed court costs at $8.20. The defendant was arrested by City police on an affidavit filed by James Hall of Hall s Short Stop. Attend teachers meeting a Over 200 area teachers attended the annual Northwest Ohio education association meeting Friday in the Defiance High school marking the first time members have met in Defiance. Admiring the Art exhibits of several area schools Are from left Vera Shindler Art instructor for Defiance elementary schools Shary Mekus and mrs. William Schmuck teachers at Brickell school. Crescent news photo. One More time St Paul a lutheran Church combined choir which includes members of the Channel senior and Junior choirs and is directed by mrs. Robert Marihugh and mrs. Evelyn Gordon is shown above rehearsing for their soon to be released album. William Krouse Mary Oberhaus and Earl Sisco will be sharing Solo spotlights in several of the 13 numbers with Marjorie Sisco As organist Crescent news photo

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