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Defiance Crescent News (Newspaper) - August 8, 1953, Defiance, Ohio Northwestern Ohio s Complete Homo newspaper 0 Chi act Creole tit Neidus Northwestern Ohio s Complete Home newspaper volume is Defiance Ohio saturday August 8, 1ss3 single copy 5c num1kee is Norvin Mansfield center17, it. 8, won the Junior division blowing contest Friday at the Defiance county Home farm. Norvin out Lowed three other youngsters. His winning total was 74.2 Points. He is presented $10 by Ira Beerbower chairman of the Board of supervision of the Defiance county soil conservation District. At left is Tom Miller of the soil conservation District. A Crescent news photos. Quick resistance to red attacks pledged in . Members indicate any new War May be carried into China United nations . To a United nations members who fought red aggression today pledged Quick resistance to any new communist attacks and said a renewed korean War might be carried to red chinese territory. Spokesmen said careful diplomatic consultations would have to precede any go ahead to strike beyond koreans Borders. They said such action might require a formal . Resolution. United nations members emphasized that there was no Advance f commitment to hit the chinese Homeland in fridays 16 nation warning to the reds. The general View of the nations who resisted aggression in Korea was that the Mere threat of action against red China might Well help to deter the communists from a rash renewal of the War. Neutral asian delegates were far from convinced on the other hand that the warning was a Wise move. They Felt that with a political conference on korean unification in the offing this is a poor time to fill the air with warnings. They also suggested that most of the recent talk of renewed fighting has come from South korean a president syn Man Rhee and not from the communist general there is far less optimism Here Over chances of a korean much less of a far East settlement than there was in the Days immediately following the truce signing. A Ltd ass a rite Winner of the menus division blowing contest was Sylvester j. Lenhart it. 8. Lenhart scored 89 of a possible too Points to cop the title for the second straight year. A a a a a a says yanks won t fight in Indochina Washington up a sen. Homer Ferguson a Mich said Friday night there is Little Chance american troops will be asked to help the French fight the communists in Indochina. He told a radio audience lbs Capitol cloakroom that neither president Eisenhower nor the Senate favors such a proposal although no one minimizes the importance of the War. Sylvester Lenhart repeats county blowing Victory a a a a a Junior division is won by Norvin Mansfield Sylvester j. Lenhart it. 8, successfully defended his Defiance county blowing title Friday afternoon As he won the menus division of the Defiance county blowing contest at the county Home farm six Miles Northwest of Defiance. % amassing a total of 89 Points of a possible too Lenhart who won the county contest in 1952 also edged out E. Koeppe it. I whose blowing was adjudged Worth 80 Points. In third place in the menus con robust . Captives dance at Freedom Gate a a a a a a two killed three Hurt in 20a crash Cleveland Man i to 90 americans Are Healthiest returned to Date Eisenhower Fly to Colorado president reedies desk for vacation Washington up a president Eisenhower whisked through last minute paper work with a Carefree air today As he prepared to shed the heat and frustrations of the capital for a vacation in Colorado. There would still be work to do on More than too unsigned Bills and other government problems. But with the Trout streams and Golf links beckoning there was no putting Down that Holiday feeling. Or. And mrs. Eisenhower and their party will Fly to Denver in the presidential plane Columbine. The first family expected to spend most of its time in Denver at the Home of mrs. John s. Doud mrs. Eisenhower smother. But the president also planned to maintain offices at nearby Lowry air Force base and to visit a ranch in the mountains near Fraser. Legally speaking you Are responsible for actions of agent this is the 25th in a Seres of articles presented As a Public service by the Defiance county bar association. These articles Are not intended to answer individual problems. Suppose that you have hired to answer for his own actions. He Johnnie to Cut your grass and he1 does not usually consider that he runs your new Mower into your i May be responsible for the actions neighbors hedge thereby ruining the hedge. Are you responsible for the damages you Are. Or let us suppose that you find you need some supplies for the evening meal. You ask Johnnie your neighbor s a teen age son to take your car and run to the store for them. On the Way Johnnie hits a pedestrian seriously injuring him. Can you be held responsible you can. In both instances Johnnie was acting for Yon. His acts while performing those duties Are in the eyes of the Law your acts. You Are liable despite the fact that you May have cautioned him to drive carefully and he did not. Of rhe average individual expects of other persons. That however is frequently the Case. You May ask another person to do something for you that is to act As your agent. You May pay him or he May be doing it without compensation. You May ask him to buy or sell property for you. The action May be to negotiate an agreement for you with a third person. If representations Are made by your agent in performing the task which you assigned to him you Are responsible. In a like manner you Are responsible for the contract made by him while he was acting for you. You May be held responsible for Page it column i please test was Dan Singer sr., it. I Sherwood with 71 Points. The Junior division event with four entries was won by Norvis Mansfield 17, it. 8. His plow turned Over the six tenths of an acre plot Well enough warrant a score of 74.2 Points. Second in the Junior division was Robert English 14, of Sherwood credited with 70.3 Points. Delane Smith 13, Defiance was third with 57 Points. Cash awards in the menus division went to Lenhart $30 Koeppe $20 and Singer. $10. Mansfield for his championship blowing in the Junior contest was awarded $10 English $5 and Smith $2. The other entries in the menus division were Carroll Bergman Mark Center John Lenhart it. 3, and Virgil Mentley Defiance. The fourth Junior entry was Dan Singer jr., 15, it. I Sherwood there was no women a contest simply because no entries were received. Hie crowd attending the blowing matches grew from about 75, Early Friday morning to an estimated 350 persons late in the afternoon. The contest was sponsored by 18 county farm equipment and Grain dealers and financial institutions the . Had the con cession stand. Judges for the menus division were Paul clinker it. I Sherwood. Lyle Seig Farmer and Bob Mills Bryan. Junior contest judges were Ray Benner Tiffin tp., Gerald Massey Hicksville and Bob Lepper Mark Center. And Kalamazoo woman victims another in serious condition four others injured in area wrecks two persons were killed and three others were injured one seriously in a head on two car crash on . Route 20a, nine tenths of a mile East of Burlington Friday at 5 . Four More persons were Hurt. In three other area accidents. Dead mrs. Elva Fifer 41, Kalamazoo mich., died of broken neck and concussion. Joseph getter 31, Cleveland died of a concussion and fractured right leg. Injured Glenn Montgomery 31, Kalamazoo mich., listed in critical condition at Detwiler Hospital Wauseon with severe lacerations of the face head and Chest. Ralph Woods 12, Warren fractured shoulder lacerations of the head and face. Moses Morton 31, Cleveland abrasions of face. William Arnold 20, it. I Butler ind., lacerations of the left leg bruises., Patricia Ann Arnold 18, it. I Butler multiple bruises and abrasions and broken Teeth. Emma Powell 33� Edon scratch on forehead. Leland Mansfield 31, it a new Bavaria injured left shoulder and Elbow. Mrs. Fifer and the Woods youth were Riding with Montgomery in an eastbound 1952 Chevrolet coach which collided head on with a 1951 Oldsmobile driven by Morton. Getter was a passenger in the latter car. State patrolmen said Morton headed West swung out into the path of the Fifer car in attempting to pass a tractor and farm Wagon. Mrs. Fifer died almost instantly. Getter was rushed to Detwiler Hospital Wauseon where he died shortly after. The rest of the injured were admitted to Detwiler Hospital. The Arnolds were injured at 12 40 . Today when their car travel Page 2, column 5, please of playground activity was marked by a joint get together at Kingsbury Park Friday by 75 youngsters. These six were awarded special prizes because they were the winners of the most certificates while on the playgrounds this summer. Front Row from left Are Terry Schweitzer Billy Haller and Cleona Sarka Back Row Judy Valbracht Janie Ehlinger and Sharon Relyea. Billy Haller was the Winner of most regular certificates and Judy Ehlinger won the most special awards. Crescent news photo. German reds commandeer tracks to save Harvest a hurts leg in fall Shirley Gallant to daughter of or. And mrs. Leon Gallant it. 2, suffered a possible fracture of the a left leg Friday night when she fell Down the stairs in her Home while a Power failure had caused Quot All the lights to go out. 2, in French workers return to jobs ignore red pleas to extend walkout Paris up a some of the 000,000 workers taking part Frances worst strike in 17 years began returning to their jobs today despite communist pleas to extend the walkout beyond the scheduled end. But the strike of miners and Gas and electric workers was continuing for at least another Day and communications were crippled indefinitely. Transportation was still unreliable. Most communist unions called on strikers who crippled communications transportation and essential Public services Friday to ignore the agreed Midnight deadline and stay on strike but the socialist Catholic and Independent unions ordered their members to Honor the time limit. The red Effort faced its first setbacks when trains left three of six Paris Railroad stations shortly after Midnight this morning. At the same time the transport Union bowed to the Back to work movement on Paris subways and buses crops reported to be rotting in Fields Berlin up a East German communists commandeered red army and Peoples police trucks today to haul their Harvest now rotting in the Fields because of a transport breakdown. Berliner Zeitung communist edited newspaper said the Lack of transport has become a a serious problem a a especially in getting food to the hungry soviet sector of Berlin and suburban communities. A food must not be allowed to rot or pile up Only because transport is lacking a a the newspaper said in announcing that the trucks had been seized to haul food from farms to cities. The communist press said the transport shortage threatened a new potato famine in East Berlin where the Price of vegetables has soared Between 200 to 300 percent. A Coal shortage and Power cuts also plagued the soviet zone and increased unrest caused by communist terrorism against the Eisenhower food program. About 150,000 East germans defied soviet bans and crossed into West Berlin to pick up Eisenhower food parcels. They raised the total of recipients to the parcels to 2,000,000 in the 13-Day-old Relief program. Reports from East Germany some of them confirmed by the communists blamed Lack of farm help faulty machinery insufficient storage space and Scarcity of spare machinery parts for endangering the Harvest. Western officials said a failure of the Harvest would bring famine to East Germany unless the soviet Union Steps up its food shipments. Lack of storage space has caused harvested Grain to rot in the Fields Neues Zeitung . High commission newspaper said. Weather Ohio mostly Cloudy with scattered showers and thunderstorms highest 78 to 84 today. Partly Cloudy tonight and sunday with a few scattered showers in North and East portion. Low tonight 58 to 64. Cooler sunday. Defiance weather temperature Max. 85, min 59 one year ago Max. 83, min. 59. Precipitation�?.33 in. Barometer�?29.66jtam. Dairy judging contest monday boys Over 16 years of age who have had at least three years of 4-h club work and who Are carrying a 4-h Dairy project May compete in the Defiance county Dairy judging contest monday. Three boys will be selected at the contest to represent Defiance county 4-h clubs at the Dairy judging contest at the state fair. The contest will take place at 1 30 . At the Kart Smith farm one mile South of Brunersburg. Russia approves largest budget but arms sum Cut leaders applaud As finance officer reads final figures Moscow up a the supreme soviet russians parliament unanimously approved in joint session today the biggest budget in soviet history even though military appropriations had been Cut 3.2 per cent below the 1952 level. The budget was approved by a show of hands of All members of the supreme soviets two Chambers the Union Council and the nationalities Council. All members of the presidium of the Central committee of the communist party including Premier Georgi Malenkos were present in the grand Hall of the Kremlin when the vote was taken. All government leaders stood and applauded when finance minister Arseni Zverev read the final figures of the budget proposed by him on behalf of the Council of ministers. It was approved with but a few minor changes suggested in the course of a two Days debate. Zvereva a budget called for 543,-300,000,000 rubles $135,825,000,000 in income and 530,500,000,000 rubles $132,625,000,000 in expenditures for 1953. It provided for a 3.2 percent Cut in arms expenditures. ? Rita Sticks by Dick Hollywood Calif. Up a actress Rita Hayworth is expected to stand by her latest Romance crooner Dick Haymes in his fight two children hit by Bulbar one in Respirator condition is serious two Defiance county children both suffering from Bulbar polio were taken to Maumee Valley Hospital Toledo today. Virginia Schooley 7, daughter of or. And mrs. Clyde Schooley Mark Center was rushed to Toledo last Midnight. Her condition was reported to be serious this morning. She has been placed in a respire win top honors at playgrounds summer program comes to close Jane Ehlinger and Billy Hailer were winners of the biggest awards handed out Friday at conclusion of the Defiance City playgrounds program for 1953. Jane was honoured for receiving the most regular certificates among children of All three playgrounds. She was a member of the Slocum school group. Billy a Kingsbury member was the Winner of the most special certificates during the summer. Leaders at each playground were Slocum Jane Ehlinger regular certificates Terry Schwitzer special certificates Gary Adams perfect attendance Ann Kohout Lona Warnimont Betsy Hoyt and Patty Schwitzer regular attend Ance. Kingsbury a Judy Valbracht regular certificates Billy Haller special certificates David Valbracht Bobby Baldwin Corky fender Susie Cornwell Bobby Page i column 2, please 112 in next Batch cheers Greet news of Back pay ready Panmunjom Korea up a elated american War prisoners wearing chinese sneakers danced saturday Down a Gravelled pathway through Freedom Gate. They were the happiest of the 311 americans released from communist Captivity during the first four Days of a operation big altogether 90 americans passed through the a Welcome Gate to Freedom on their Way Home saturday and the communist have promised to liberate 112 sunday the most in one Day since the prisoner Exchange began last wednesday. Sundays operation begins at 9 . To . Saturday . In four Days in addition to americans the reds have released 101 British captives 108 turks 21 colombians and almost 1,000 South koreans. The United nations have released More than 2,400 communists daily. The first two truckloads of americans repatriated saturday were negroes. Men appear robust unlike Many of their predecessors who looked like victims of nazi torture Camps these men flashed big smiles and appeared robust. They jumped off the russian trucks that brought them Down the Dusty Road from nearby Kaeson and started putting on a show for the Benefit of reception personnel who had been shocked by the gaunt appearance of prisoners released the first two Days. Some of the men went through soft shoe routines and others tried to tap dance in their Tennis shoes. A truckload of singing North koreans returning to communism passed by and one of the Repa Page 2, column i please Russia claims Hydrogen bomb bulletin Moscow up a soviet Premier Georgi Malenkos told the supreme soviet today that Russia has developed a Hydrogen bomb. Reds sentence plotters to die overthrow of Ruu in Korea called goal Tokyo up a communist broadcasts said today to official have been sentenced to death for plotting to overthrow the red North korean government a on the instigation of the United Pyongyang radio the voice of North Korea said 13 officials were involved in the plan to instill a capitalistic government to replace the red regime. The reports said Pak Hung Yong North korean vice Premier and foreign minister was slated to head a the new capitalistic the broadcast said he had been dismissed along with 12 other koreans including one official of the South kor Ealic. To avoid deportation it was reported today. Fresh off farm a food like Down on the farm can be served in Defiance City Homes now. The crops of Garden vegetables Are ready and Many Farmers Are listing fruits vegetables and poultry in Crescent classifieds. Follow classifications 41 farm products and 46 poultry for Good eating Enro Ute to the Hospital this morning was Bonnie Myers 5, daughter of or. And mrs. Cyril Myers it. 7, Defiance near Sherwood. She was reported to have partial paralysis from the neck Down and probably would go into a Respirator on arrival at Maumee Valley. Meantime it was revealed that Timothy English 4-year old son of or. And mrs. James English Holgate av., who has been treated at the Home of his parents is recover from polio. One leg was said slightly affected. Prisoners Tell of americans being used As Guinea pigs a a a a a a mercy shots killed in five minutes is claim Freedom Village Korea up a returning War prisoners disclosed saturday that chinese doctors used americans As human Guinea pigs in fatal medical experiments. They told of a mercy shots that killed men in five minutes and of painful operations. Pvt. Cleveland Clairmont 23, of Mission s. D., said he had seen three sick americans die within five minutes after being Given shots by doctors. Two other prisoners said they had heard of a mercy shots being Given sick prisoners. And three negro soldiers told of experiments. A one time a woman doctor who said she was educated in Detroit put some sort of meat under my skin a pvt. Godfrey Jones 21, of Scarbro w. Va., said. Two of his friends pvt. Anderson Battle of Bartow fla., and Cpl. Tommie Hampton 33, of Chicago agreed. A a that Sall they were doing experimenting on us a Hampton said. J a they did a lot of a Captain in the u. S. Medical corps said at the port of Inchon that communist doctors used car Penters Sawhorse for operating tables and dirty string for sutures a i was there when they took Oft one boys leg a capt. James r Curry of mount Vernon o., said. A they had two wooden horses with a Board across them. After the operation a medical corpsman came through asking for twine. It seems they had lost the sutures to sew him up. Later they found them where a girl had dropped them or the

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