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Mansfield News Journal (Newspaper) - January 19, 1947, Mansfield, Ohio12 Mansfield news journal Mansfield o., Jan. A Marshall to take oath As Secretary state monday morning general due from Hawaii by plane today friends say Byrnes Likely to return to Public life. By John m. Hightower Washington Gen George c. Marshall will be sworn in As Secretary state at the White House at 11 a. M. Est monday and probably begin at once conferences with president Truman and retiring Secretary Byrnes outstanding foreign policy issues. A Check with officials Satur Day shows he faces three main problems 1 fully acquainting himself with american policy Many issues but especially the Ger Man peace settlement to come up at the Moscow conference opening March 10 2 deciding top aides and officials to work with him in the state department 3 working with president Truman various shifts in important diplomatic assignments abroad. The White House announced the hour for the swearing in ceremony As Byrnes his desk cleared and his Brief Case packed opened the great wine red doors his office and received scores state department men and women who Shook his hand and wished him Well Byrnes groomed for court. The privately expressed conviction his close associates is that Byrnes is saying Farewell to the state department but not permanently to washing ton. There is speculation that he May some Day return either to the supreme court to the Senate general marshal accept from president Truman a less strenuous Job. His friends say they know he will not retire to a life inactivity. Byrnes will attend the ceremony at Justice Vinson will administer the oath to Marshall. He will leave Here with his close Friend and former Law partner re tiring assistant Secretary state Donald Russell for his spartan Burg s. A Home by train late monday night. Both Russell and Byrnes Secretary Many years miss Gassie Conner Are reported to be keep ing their personal plans flexible against the time that Byrnes decides what work he will under take next. Due by plane today. Marshall is expected Here by plane from Honolulu today. He had been resting in Hawaii from the Strain his 13 months As . Truman s trouble shooter in China. The general according to re ports Here used his ten Day stay in Honolulu to study Many questions american foreign policy with which he was unfamiliar. They work banker s old saw about banker s hours being Short As easy to de bunk. This picture and the one at the right were taken two hours after the Llenis Feltl savings Trust National Bank had closed for the Day. Work in a Bank actually becomes Are difficult and concentrated after the Bank shuts its doors. In the left photo background a try c. Hand jr., Bank vice president checks some daily reports with Bank president h. G. Brunei at machines checking some the Day s receipts Are left to right june Lehnhart and Bine Miller. In the photo at the right tellers balance up Money and checks. Bank employees an Busy Jong after the last depositor leaves. I banker s hours Are no joke Mansfield Bankers can testify by John mine if you re Lucky enough to be working those proverbial Bankers j hours you re one up a banker. He does the especially in t ringing out earlier these Days when Money is plentiful and most everybody is working both ends against the Bank. Traditionally a banker and his employees have been the butt Ong standing joke. Out Bank s comparatively late open has grown the phrase Bank ers the phrase is reported to Nave been muttered original 1 by a disgruntled depositor. He got caught with his Bank account Down the Bank doors closed. Mine freely translated the t reports for his background 9uit at Lahlee usually understood to have been sent from delivered with a Curling the Washington. Marshall is expected to bring in a former army colonel and his Secretary when he was chief staff Frank Mccarthy who has recently been associated with the Tell you that it s when a Bank motion picture industries control closes its doors for the Day that organization in Hollywood. Me a his Carthy served a Brief term As As Roll up their sleeves. Distant Secretary state in charge they most certainly Don t grab administration but most offi their hats and head for Home if pills believe that if he is brought they did. The Bank could t open it will be in the capacity the next morning. A special assistant to his old Boss. A tour through a Bank after speculation about other depart the closed sign has been Hung rent changes concerns chiefly As i out will convince the most sep Distant Secretary Spruille Braden whose handling Argentine rela d tons has been criticized by Thekdi u. S. Ambassador to Argentina. George Messersmith. The Ambas Sador s own status also May be reviewed by Marshall. Behind the quiet facade a closed Bank is the Whir Busy brains fingers and machines. They la be Busy until some three hours after closing tellers Are rapidly balancing out the Clatter their adding machines almost drowning out conversation. Elsewhere complicated looking machines Are proofing the Day s business preparing checks Money hoarding curb Law to lapse Washington from they can expect president Truman to per term i Means Well Aren t you the Lucky to work at i lip but the joke brings a particularly knowing chuckle form Morse club Mit inventory control to lapse March 31, surrendering the government s chief weapon against hoarding scarce goods and materials. Officials familiar with decontrol plans reported yesterday a major Ity White House advisers believe this curb the accumulation business stocks can be omitted from . Truman s forthcoming recommendations Extension the second War Powers act. The president s proposals Are to go to Congress within a fortnight Ica inc., to be known As the Robert j. Bowman chapter in railway Board chairman. Army develops a flying jeep Washington top a flying jeep Light Liaison air plane which can be towed As a glider and then released aloft after its engine has been started was announced last night by the chapter which has. Army. Its unusual characteristics would permit it to be towed to the scene a Battle by a big transport plane and still have All its fuel Supply left for operations Over the Field. Huntington. W. A in the Hope that Congress will act group Railroad Teleg Raphers an Industrial control policies be bounced saturday the Organiza fore the act s March 31 expiration Tion a Huntington unit the Morse Telegraph club Amer Date. He is expected to seek continued regulation Over rubber and tin scarce foodstuffs certain building materials and possibly Antimony. Iii v a tywci.1 . _ _ Bowman also has been named Cinchona bark for medical use and honorary president the local members. Bread rationing begins in Eire Dublin bread ration ing began yesterday in Eire. The weekly quota is six pounds bread four and one half pounds flour. This compares with four pounds 15 ounces per person per while both the ground and air forces Are interested in the Boe ing l-15a, it will be used chiefly by the former for artillery fire spotting reconnaissance photo i Veek in Britain and Northern ire Graphy and emergency Supply j and. Where bread rationing began rations. It is built to take off last july and Clear a 50-foot High obstacle in a space 600 feet and land under similar conditions in 517 feet. Some other materials. The incentive to hoarding by Industry is lessening Day by Day with the increase in production most raw materials and parts officials said. In addition prices most commodities now appear to be approaching their peaks so that Mer chants and manufacturers Are less Likely to withhold goods in Hope speculative Price increases. Orders and Dewral for Dis Patch to Cor reel tet nations with in the Bank. Other groups clerks Are tally ing local foreign checks and still others Are Post ing debits odits to accounts the Layman taking out putting in Momy h. G. Brunner president the Mansfield Trust National Bank chuckles Iten you ask him if there is any Inith in the term Bankers he turns you Over to the haul s Caslier How Ard g. Miller i i Miller has the the proof that Bankers hours could apply to j he does t work in a Bank. Miller lists the main reasons Why a Bank class Early. Suppose Vaysle the staff left the minute the 1st depositor left. That would Man that the next Day it would be impossible to Tell from our books How Januch each depositor still m in has account. Hence it is Pessary that we bring each Loxi Sands accounts up to ale each Day. If we did t do the a person might draw a defied account the next Day and would t know that he had inefficient Miller pointed Oil another mas02s that Banks Are bust Long after the doors close mtr says is to keep a Check a the Bank s Gen eral balance so is to stay within i the requirement the Law As concerns Reserve if we did t Wance out each Day we would t inc Civ. Whether we had sufficient Money to meet i Law lie said the third Bigi Eason Why Banks i must continue durations Long j after the last ipos Tor has left i is so that fore Jii drawn Otha Banks can be tallied and Miick. Out to the Banks upon who they have been i drawn. I Speed is rap ired in mailing i foreign checks so that out i town Banks Toi can keep their j accounts Miller sex j planned. Omit to Zoiaw s Hickory Smow sausage old fashioned Ejk Bone and ten Woin store hours 7i, m. To 9 p. M. 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