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Delphos Tri County Daily Herald Newspaper Archives May 24 1986, Page 1

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Delphos Tri County Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 24, 1986, Delphos, OhioPartly Cloudy with High in upper 60s. V aria la Cloudy tonight and sunday. Lows in mid 50s, highs in mid 70s. Chance of rain monday with highs in upper 60s.Delphos 31=1 Herald the Herald will not publish monday memorial morning its saturday May 24,1986 35� a coi Nasa teachers select bargaining group Yvonne Druckemiller Melanie Gengler Jefferson commencement scheduled for june 1 Delphos tri county plan memorial Day services principal George f. Ervin has be James Dennison associate memorial Day services monday in Delphos sponsored by Delphos veterans Council will begin with morning prayer at 8 . Rosary and massat9a.m. Att. Johns Church. Coffee juice and doughnuts will be available in front of Church after mass. Parade units will form at 10 . In the Toledo Trust parking lot off second Street. The Parade route will be from the parking lot to main Street North on main Street to third Street. Then West on third Street to Clay Street to second Street and West to Delphos Public Library. Units in the Parade will include police and fire departments emergency medical service the colors St. Johns and Jefferson bands. Senior citizens boy scouts girl scouts and Ohio National guard. Memorial Day services will be conducted at the War memorial at the Library. Program includes a Welcome from the veterans Council by master of ceremonies mayor Harold Wieging. Invocation will be by the Rev. Bruce Farmer. Speaker will be Van Wert county sheriff Jerry Brittsan. New Dairy hut owners Busy learning the business of a Dairy store Are the new owners of the Dairy hut 910 East fifth St., 1 to a Alice Williams with the heaping ice Cream Cone Liz Williams at the shake and malt machine and Becky Strayer at the slush and Snow Cone machine. The business was purchased from Ruby Bryan and will continue As the Dairy hut. Plans Call for expanded facilities and services and a grand opening to be announced later. Story Page 12. A placing Flowers at the foot of the memorial will be american legion Post 268 and auxiliary veterans of foreign w ars Post 3035 and auxiliary dads of foreign service veterans and military order of cooties. Taps will be by Doug Harter and Benediction by the Rev. Ronald Stark. An open House for members Only will be held at the newly remodeler vow Hall. West fourth Street. American legion Post 268 will hold an open House for the Public on state Street. Continued on Page 12 Georgia based company buys Delphos firm Laroche industries inc. Of Atlanta ga., has purchased uss Agri chemicals farm service Center facility located West of Delphos from United states steel the Parent company of uss Agri chemicals. In announcing the Purchase a w. A a Bill Laroche chairman of Laroche industries inc. Named c. Max Henderson president and chief operating officer and Felix j. Prinzo vice president and chief financial officer. Word received by Norbert Grothause local farm service Center manager indicates no change is expected in the operation of the local farm service Center. The Center serves local farms with fertilizers blended to meet desired crop yields and soil Fertility Levels. Other services include soil testing Leaf testing spreading services and Sale of All crop chemicals needed to serve the local farm Market. Continued on Page 12 announced plans for graduation activities at Jefferson senior High school. Ceremonies will begin with the senior honors Day program at 9 30 . May 28 in the High school gymnasium. Public is Welcome. Seventy seven seniors will be honoured at the 111th commencement exercise at 8 . June 1 in Jefferson Middle school auditorium. Commencement speaker will athletic director at that University of Akron. That invocation and Benediction Wil be Given by the Rev. Allan p Brown pastor of St. Paul United methodist Church. Yvonne j. Druckemiller Honor graduate will speak Foi the graduating seniors diplomas will be presented by Robert Poling president of the Delphos Public Board o education. Continued on Page 12 i. A Arnold Osting of it. 1, fort Jennings holds two of the fish which died in the kill on the a Glaize River reported wednesday to Law enforcement agencies. Osting estimated Between 2,000 and 3,000 died when a pollutant entered the River. The department of natural resources division of wildlife said the fish kill extended from Bliss a .\.1 i Road Southeast of Delphos to or 189 East of fort Jennings. Osting a brother Clayton is organizing an environmental group to serve Allen Van Wert and Putnam counties. The organization is called the tri county a Glaize preservation society taps. Related photos Page 12. In memorial a Delphos City schools teachers Friday elected the Delphos education association As their bargaining representative with the Board of education. Seventy one of 90 eligible certificated employees cast ballots. The association received 43 votes and the Ohio federation of teachers 23. Five votes were cast for no representation. A we knew we had the numbers and it went As expected a said Dea president Linda Baker. A we had the majority from the cards signed before the election when Oft came in we lost a few people. We knew they teachers wanted representation and we had to convince them we were the better Way to any Challenge to the results must be brought within 10 Days according to Joseph Morris labor relations specialist with the state employment relations Board which conducted the election. After 10 Days if a Challenge is not brought Dea will be recognized by the state As the teachers bargaining unit. The vote affiliates the association with the Ohio education associations More than 90,000 members and the National education associations 1.8 million members. The election also brings Delphos City schools District in line with All other Allen county schools which Are represented by sea. Chris Turner sea representative said this was a key Factor in the election. Continued on Page 12 on Jan. 28, at approximately 11 40 . Est the flight of space shuttle Mission 51-l abruptly ended in an explosion. Less than two minutes earlier thousands of viewers and school children from across the country watched with Joy and enthusiasm As the orbiter carried a Crew of seven among which was the first teacher to travel into space. It is with great sadness that we mourn the passing of these men and women who were the Crew of the space shuttle challenger. We remember them for their bravery and zest for Challenge. In president Reagan a statement to the nation he said a the Crew of the shuttle challenger honoured us by the manner in which they lived their lives. We will never forget them nor the last time we saw them a this morning a As they prepared for their journey and waved goodbye and a slipped the surly Bonds of Earth to a touch the face of Scobee was the spacecraft commander and Smith was Pilot of the challenger. Resnik Mcnair and Onizuka were Mission specialists and Jarvis payload specialist Mcauliffe was the teacher in space participant. The seven members of the its 51-l flights beginning Back Row i to r Ellison s. Onizuka s. Christa Corrigan Mcauliffe Gregory b. Jarvis Judith a. Resnik Michael j. Smith Francis r. Scobee and Ronald e. Mcnair

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