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Mansfield News Journal (Newspaper) - January 19, 1947, Mansfield, OhioMafia old news journal Musfield o., Jan. 19, 1947 Morrow court tourney plans Are completed it. Gilead arrangements for the annual Morrow county basketball tournament were completed this week when Morrow county superintendents of schools met with the county superintendent. The double elimination tournament will be held on feb. 14, 15, 18, 21 and 22. Biggest change in plans Over previous years was the selection of two gymnasiums for opening round games. Teams drawing the upper bracket will play at Iberia and in the lower bracket will play their first two rounds at Johnsville. Games played on the feb. 18, 21 and 22 will All be at Iberia. The top two teams in the county As determined by the county league race now in Progress will be seeded. The first place team will be placed in the third spot and the second place team will be placed in the fifth spot of the brackets. Official scorers for the tournament will be Panl Lumiss Johns Ville superintendent and John Florence Marengo superintendent Heber Schellenger of Cardington and r. S. Beard of Iberia will be the official timers. Tickets for the event will be or Sale at All High schools in the county in Advance. General admission tickets for adults will be on Sale at the games Only. At the present time Marengo is in first place in the county league standings with a record of eight wins and one loss. The loss was to Cardington 36 to 34. Chesterville and Johnsville Are deadlocked for the league Lead in the Reserve race. Both teams have a record of five wins As against two defeats. Big noisemaker is tried for dissipating fog. By Rex be Taylor a science reporter Arcata Calif. Now that Man can control weather to the evaporates and the flames aided which lights up the surround Ings like a Forest fire. In the intense heat the fog hts Ndrews of jets like this line runway with fierce flame. Extent of burning a Hole through by new bin6s of u6hts. Dearly Wilkinson signs to coach sooner Norman okla. Presi Dent George Cross of the univer sity of Oklahoma announced yesterday Charles Bud Wilkinson the sooner assistant football coach had been elevated to the head coaching position to succeed Jim Tatum who resigned to accept a Post As head coach and athletic director at the University of Maryland. Tatum declined to disclose How much he would receive at Mary land but it was reported he would get a year. Wilkinson played guard on Bertie Bierman s All victorious Minnesota teams of 1934 and 1935 and Quarter backed the 1936 Golden gophers. Findlay romps 54-39. Findlay up Findlay College s basketball team chalked up its fourth Victory of the week Here last night coasting to a 54-39 Triumph Over Bluffton. A fog Blanket the government air port Here has reached the out me the runway supplementing fido Are the where it almost considers a Clear i usual radio ads which line up the sky unfavourable for its flight of approaching plane with the land Genously Low on gasoline. Mean while fido is eating up fuel at the rate of a minute. With fast work and cooperation Between control Tower of descent. A new sex Lane of beacons gives funnel of Light rations. Its idea of suitable conditions or a seems to be a thick Juicy fog a i companies by a Cross wind at 3 Are a or 4 o clock on a Chilly morning the bus end of which about a when the Birds would t think of out and the Little end at operating except in emergencies. Begin neg the runway. When such conditions prevail the Pilot merely steers his plane which is often Here the pilots Down inf funnel to the Hole in _ c t of try to Kohrt crawl out of bed take off nonchalantly and make repeated approaches to an electronically gang ing strip and keep it on the prop i ground Crew and pilots the land fog made fido Toto a Ings might seeded up greatly every minute or so. That would Cut the Cost by As much As 80 a big Backet is tried besides the various forms of fido which include some of the older types used in England and Clear View of the Field. Spectacular doings like these the Aleutian islands the station ing the air Clear. Is testing an array of new anti fog devices. One is a thing which looks like an overgrown air raid Siren. It is supposed to dissipate fog by Mak ing an unearthly noise. Another is a Battery of machines which produce supersonic vibrations de signed to do the same thing. Still another a huge Blower throws up a Cloud of chemical dust Calcium Chloride particles supposed to absorb fog droplets and then fall to the ground Leav it lev of Zajf eted runway lined on each Side have been on Here for More with a 12-foot Wall of Roar fire than a year a serious a Gigantic Experiment. Crack up they have demonstrate the world s greatest Assembly de that planes can take off and land with reasonable safety in the of anti fog devices and other land a thickest fog. But thus far Only ing Aid equipment make these performances possible. In a recent demonstration of Progress made since the War a specially trained pilots and planes with special instruments can do so and Only two or three airports in the world Are equipped to Dis newly developed fido system Perse fog on a scale to permit a it a _ f burned a Hole 700 feet Long and 300 feet wide in a 600-foot thick fog Blacket in two minutes. A plane carrying newsmen and other observers made eight successful approaches to the runway while the visibility outside of the cleared area was Only 500 feet. Fido which officially Means a incr Intens map a Linoi Ceil of it even reduced operations. All research is pooled. The Job of the government air port Here is to build up knowledge about fog dispersal and Landing aids that will enable Navy army and commercial fliers to operate a timetable basis regardless of intensive dispersal is the name applied to the system originally used in Britain in 1942 to keep u. S. And Raf bombers in operation against German tar gets during foggy periods. Great quantities of aviation gasoline were burned alongside runways. The new fido Burns die Sel Oil much cheaper and producing at least twice As much heat which Means a doubling of efficiency. Under 1750 pounds pressure the Oil atomizer and Burns from hundreds of jets with fierce smokeless flame Davis cup hero Ted Schroeder placed second in net ratings new cup hero Ted Schroeder won his no 2 ranking among the nation s Tennis players yesterday knocking francae Parker out of that coveted spot but not until he had stirred up a Row that Shook the dignified u. S. Lawn Tennis association right Down to its Arches. Rowland of Philadelphia a Mem members of the ranking committee who did not think Schroeder should be ranked at All refused to be High pressured. They bared their Teeth and fought Back like everything and when the proxy vote finally was counted after an hour s oratory it was found that Ted had scraped through by the narrow margin of units to such monuments of the court world As former association presi dents Walter Merrill Hall and Julian s. Myrick and Davis cup Cap Tain Walter Pate who sponsored Schroeder s Elevation Learned to their Surprise that a Tennis rank or whose recommendations Are a pumped is a peeved individual. Before it was Over William p Ber of the ranking committee had accused Pate of indulging in a Little Flag waving in his enthusiasm for Schroeder. Pate expressed the opinion that Schroeder had As much Tennis As Parker during the past year and demonstrated he was Parker s Complete master As the result of today action the nation s first ten now will go into the record Book for 19-16 m this order Jack Kramer Schroe Der Parker Tom Brown Gardnar Mulloy Bill Talbert Don Mcneil Bob Falkenburg Edward Moylan and Francisco Segura. Seymour Greenberg previously ranked no Bowling results team w03iens b Southern hotel Orange St. Cafe ringside Sandy Maxwell suiters 35 22 35 22 3-1 23 33 24 32 2t, 30 27 27 30 24 33 19 3s 38 39 15 42 j12 187 i 04 734 67 i jj9 lieder Kranz 879 it Koom Sennan 157 165 i 13g Sandy Maxwell 649 732 automotive Supply 7cm 631 i r Vor Levoi e i is ten i a Ore room Maxs. Tiki cafe Tuia Cripi room cutting room 30 club the room 2 truck the Foulkes Rollet i. Try not room Banner diet d. For nor inspection Mill room. Thomas of l k pm 7s5 222 1h to Speed the Job of Navy army civil aeronautics Board civil aeronautics administration air transport association and the air line pilots association pooled their research efforts under a con tract with United air lines which operates the Arcata station. This far Northern California site was picked because of its plentiful fog and its accessibility to sources of Supply. Supply is a major problem because when All an Frog fires on the Field Are going full blast they consume about three carloads of gasoline and diesel Oil in one hour. The new High pressure fido uses nearly two carloads Gal Lons of diesel Oil per hour at a Cost of or More per minute. The Cost of Landing a single bomber luring the pioneering wartime Days in England ranged As High As for gasoline alone. The various improve ments have brought the Cost Down to As Low As a plane a bargain Price for Landing a fog bedevilled passenger liner which costs nearly a minute to operate but it s still too expensive for Small planes. The fuel Cost is More or less constant the most promising Way of reducing the expense is to land planes in rapid fire order. This problem of the future when planes May be much More numerous is outlined by Robert l. Champion station director and one of the top experts in fog control. Says Champion a sudden fogging of new York City s Laguardia Field where even in Normal weather planes usually Are overhead awaiting permission to land. The fog brings an additional Beer drinking ghost loses his ale House k u m b a cameroons East Africa Iff the ghost with a taste for Beer which had been disturbing travellers for nearly thirty years has been left Home less by the demolition of an old rest House Here. Tradition had it that it was the restless spirit of a former German District officer notorious for the Iron hand with which he ruled the people of the cameroons. Known before world War i As Barber 1 quays he shaved Victor Hugo Buenos take it from his Hugo would t Stop talking. Ermle Astier who says he recently celebrated his 101st birth Day claims to have shaved the famous French writer who died in 1885. Hugo wag very advanced and never wore a Astier said. He was a Good customer but he talked aside from that flaw which a Barber would naturally notice Astier said Hugo was better than two other customers Alexander Dumas the younger and Vic Toriano Sardou. Both used to come to be shorn to the Astier shop in Paris Rue de la Clichy. The Johann Albrec Shohe station the haunted House served As the prussian like officer s quarters District office and military bar Racks. It was built feet above sea level on the lip of a drowned Volcano Crater with a wide Lake 300 feet below. In More recent years the build ing was turned into a rest House for visiting government officials. But so Many visitors were badly frightened by the creaks and groans the ancient timbers that the place received a bad name. It was said that fhe Only Way to get a Good night s sleep was to place a bottle of Beer and a Glass on a tray shortly before Midnight. This seemed to satisfy the thirsty ghost for he left the occupiers in peace. In the morning according to the Story the bottle was found empty the Glass encrusted with dried froth. Sceptics who had never spent a night in the haunted House had amusing explanations for the con sumption of the unguarded bottle of Beer but they could not explain Why the Cap was always still gripped firmly around the neck of the bottle and never showed any evidence of being touched with an opener. Sweden fears soviet control Over Economy swedes concerned Over huge credit to russians. By Eddy Gilmore Stockholm an american visitor to Sweden who knows anything about Russia is something like the arrival in Al most any american City of a Man who knows where you might get a new Are at once a very interesting person. The swedes of course Are not so much interested in automobiles at this particular moment in his tory As they Are in their great neighbor who occupies one sixth of the Earth s surface. And the question is not that of buying rus Sian but whether Russia is about to buy Sweden or at least a Large chunk of her Economy. Little of War. However far fewer people Here seem to expect a new War than in the United states. I have found no one who believes the world is go ing to have another War soon. The swedes Are somewhat curious As to How this impression could have gained a foothold in America. Their capital is More crowded than Washington new York or London. I know a visiting Ambas Sador who has been occupying a room without Bath with one of his attaches. I know a wealthy Cana Dian who is bedded Down in a sin Gle room with his wife and two grown children. I know others who Are sleeping in lobbies. Stockholm has escaped the after War moral and spending Jit Ter bugging of the United states and England. You Don t see people tossing Money about As you do in new York. They look to u. S. Friendship for the United states is most apparent. The people dance to american tunes and i be found one Coffee House Here whose sole attraction seems to be the hour in and hour out constant playing of the latest american jazz and swing tunes. The Wallace Truman Byrnes affair has created Lively if amused interest. The swedes look upon it As one of the choicest bits of governmental comedy since some of the antics of former King zog of Albania. Not Only do the recent elections indicate a swing to the left in Sweden but individuals report the same feeling. The new method curtain laundry 75 Brickman ave. Specializing in curtains Chenille bed spreads and All types of Wash Able rugs. Free pick up and de livery. Call us. Phone 245s4.______ k d. Manner associates Public accountants. Tax consult ants. Business consultants. 30 n. Diamond St. Dial 3734-6 hearing aids acoustic on of Mansfield Ralph Mcgraw 29% n. Walnut 25j4-6 for year round service savings join the Auto club. Per year. The Highland county Auto club 66 n. Mulberry. Jack Berger. Sec y. 1310-6 january clearance of books the Book shop opportune or for g. I. To learn plumbing in. Eha dising with 60 stir old local firm. Give a and experience. Write . Box 127. Asthma and sinus sufferers yields to breathing a scientific discovery sold on Zno Aey Back guarantee. For free demonstration Call mrs. J. Bogner 325 Lexington ave. Mansfield. 5313-6. And found Caddy with 3 keys be tween Walnut Street at Ever Green and Public lab array. Box 704 news journal. Set with Blue stones. Between 3 and p. Thurs Day. Vicinity of senior High or Down town. Call 3891-6. Reward. Collie Puppy. About 2 months old. Vicinity of Spring Mill Street. Small Reward. Child s pet. 367 spin Graull. Phone 4922-4. Transportation the Lake Shore coach company effective Jan. 15, 1947 southbound leave Mansfield for it. Vernon. Newark 7.00 a. A. 10.00 a. A. A. A. P. M., p. 5-35 p. M., s-00 p. Northbound leave Mansfield for Shelby Plymouth Willard Norwalk Sandusky Toledo a m., a. A. S 9.15 a. It. 10.00 a. M., 11-55 a. S p. A. 2.10 p. M., s 3-50 p. M., 4-05 p. 5 55 p. A. S p. M., 9-50 p. A u-00 p. Sun. Daily except sundays and holidays. S to Sandusky other trips to Shelby Only. To buy Motorist sentenced Millersburg Allen mar tin 26, of Orrville formerly of was fined costs had his driving License revoked for one year and was sentenced to ten Days in jail by com Mon pleas judge Elmo Estill thursday. He pleaded guilty to the charge of unlawful physical control of a motor vehicle. He was arrested wednesday night in Millersburg by Marshall Frank Manly. Loudonville legion to hear sex officer Loudonville Rev. Harold t. Grabau pastor of Zion Luther an Church and a former army chaplain in the China Burma India theater of War will speak next thursday evening in the first of a series of special programs at the legion Home. He will Tell of his experiences during the War. The programs Are planned to increase attendance at legion meetings and will be held on the second meeting of each month. Refreshments will be served and All members Are urged to attend. Fuller again Heads Loudonville Bank 1 Loudonville g. B. Fuller was reelected president and a Board member of the Farmers and savings Bank of Loudonville at its annual stockholders meeting last week. Other officers renamed were r. H. Priest vice president William chairman of the Board j. O. Arnholt cashier and c. A. Maurer assistant cashier. Other directors chosen were p. J. Hel Bert George Wenshofer and Wal lace Spreng. Money in your attic get in the out those old Oil lamps with flowered bowl and Shade to match hanging lamps Oval picture frames China clocks coloured dishes figurines 1 and 2 drawer stands bureaus Etc top prices paid. Waldo s 73 s. Diamond 3060-3.4034-1 superintendent with administrative All Ity required to supervise All production. til working and press Ron experience mechanical Back Grid desirable but not Necta sary. An outstanding permanent position fir the right Man. Factly located in nearby Toi give full details in your reply. Write Box news journal. Experienced Linotype operator steady work with suit Cess Ful and growing ecu Cern. One of leaders n its Field. Give full in formation. Address in Contact or. Duling. T Shaw Barton in cosi Nocton Ohio bring your raw furs beef hides and Ginseng to the farm Bureau every saturday or to my Home through the week. 2% Miles out s. Dia mond Extension upper Lucas 4712-2. William Bright. We pay highest prices for men s used clothing shoes and old Gold guns also Luggage and trunks. Ohio brokerage. 119 n. Main dial 3754-6 wanted late Model i. C. C. Builders and Carpenter course along with a late i. C. C. Builders estimating course. Box 684 news journal chests of drawers must be in Good condition. 2871-2 Large size sectional Type. Suitable for club room. Phone 6020-4. Peace again opens Way for Rhodes scholarship awards new Talent Florence Italy new ital Ian operatic Talent some developed in the lean years of nazi occupation will make a mass debut in the principal South american Heaters in the coming months. M3gai. Notice notice is hereby Given that Edwin Jacoby or. Mansfield Ohio has Heen Dull appointed and qualified Asad mini Strator in the estate of Edwin Jacoby. Deceased late of Mansfield. Richland county. Ohio. Date Jan. 17, 1947. S h. Cramer probate judge Richland county Jan 20-27 feb 3, no 47. 0.0 Hole desk and binoculars. Numerous articles for Sale. Phone 1712-1 and die maker lust be first class. Overtime trite Bov 363, news journal Salesman Opportunity to Lolly Good paying permanent Bui Ress year round demand no Otsea sons. National unlimited earnings on comm Lon and Bonus. Write United lira tories. Inc Cleveland 12 Oft Tor full details. Station attend i apply in person to Walter Bowers pure Oil station 36 s. Main drop Leaf or Gate leg tables with or without chairs Walnut or mahogany pull up chairs Odd Davenport or lounge chairs Kitchen tables Rug pads must be in Good condition. 2871-2 wanted to buy circular Mill saw 52" or larger. Must be Good. Write e. Wayt Greenwich. Ohio r. D. 2. Raw furs. Coon Mink rats. Top prices. Beef hides. Ginseng. Bring Day or night. I feta Lake fur co. Mifflin. Ohio. Wanted to buy 2 wheel trailer. Call 5245-9 notices Dobbs Martin n 77. Died Friday at mans Field general Hospital. The tidy was removed to the Wappner funeral Home where sen ices will be held monday at i of p. In charge of Rev. J Frank Stewart. Burial will be in the Mansfield cemetery. Wappner funeral directors until there Are say Twenty. That Means they have to be stacked to Circle at different Levels until their turn comes. If it requires five minutes to and each plane the last one of Princeton n. J. Job Rhodes scholarships blacked out in 1938 by War Are being awarded again this year to their donor s about peace. Director of the Institute for advanced study in Princeton. Or. Aydelotte is also american Secre tary for the Rhodes trustees. From the first award in 1904, when the scholarships were found Twenty ill have circled for an announcement of the 7p 620 hour and 40 minutes before he gets number of 48 awards to outstand the Cost of that much j ing students in United states col 7." 12 61" fim 62g 660 Iii 179 1s7 7fm 62v-2 111 extra Flyg is considerable. And some of the planes May run Dan Leges and universities was made by or Frank Aydelotte ii 117 tag e. Vic Gale 130 154 494 494 Orange St 666 649 770--20s5 Mayer drug 725 690 731-2146 i h. Cua. Daughter All states s. Ocse safety cabs ring Side Olte club f. Handwork 343 129 i Iron 747 733 707-2187 i 765 723 730-2218 179 123 704 760 793-2257 700 138 Iso 509 Moose leg be Moo heart .868 820 legionnaires .901 s92 sw-2657 Grable 140 219 Friendship .773 700 .877 105 Altman m 2q4 2j2__ outer guards .335 7m of p. Milrick or. Governors Moose Home of Vogl membership veterans h. Parlby club Pap Moose officers inner guards g Berry left handers e. Burger office 2 brass k Gutter 87" 876-2366 mriso 12s 111 in -2.3-52 176 179 343 747 776 77s h6 233 563 s47 s. Sunj Der Isi 5w 872 854 s03 860 133 10j ibs 62v-1721 43 359 tampax stove shift Assembly to f Toltl pics shop 2 shop 1 Maurer 606 go 71 612 479 i 757 so a _ 205 ski i 750 672 h 8-to 871 213 211 6h j. Kennrdy 208 6. I 71 180 710 71, Finup Fellowship 833 188 198 172 a alumni s7-2464i h. 796 824 814 85 .184 190 824 819 2474 i 14fi 627 it i 625 132 500 131 471 j7b 530 officer e. Majer io3 an 148 132 449 532 -10-1533 .550 304 w--1543 155 472 enlightenment and uplift of hued under the will of Cecil John Mankind. Rhodes South african financier record and statesman students of 211 american colleges have at tended the University of Oxford. England. Forty one educational institutions have had 10 or More Stu dents selected by the Rhodes award committees Princeton Heads list. Princeton Heads the list with 61 Rhodes scholars. Other Lead ers in order Are Harvard 46, Yale 43, Virginia 26, Brown 22, Dart Mouth 20, Idaho 18 and Michigan 17, Arizona. Nevada washing ton Seattle and Wisconsin have had 15 each. Or. Aydelotte pointed out that one in every six Rhodes scholars is included in who s who in in the list of Rhodes scholars Are such men As Oliver c. Carmichael. President of the Carnegie foundation for the advancement of teaching Robert p. T. Coffin poet and Bow Doin College professor Elmer Davis former director of the office of War information James Ful Bright. United states senator from Arkansas Stanley k. Horn Beck ambassador to the Netherlands Erwin p. Hubble. It. Wilson astronomer Carl e Newton presi Dent of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad and Clarence k. Streit. President of the Federal Union. The record for members of one family to receive Rhodes scholar Herman Nate Clyde aged 60. Perrysville Ohio brother of John and Jess Herman passed away at his Home saturday morning now at the Jones memorial where friends will be received until monday noon he will be taken to St. John s lutheran Church in perrys Ville for the funeral service which will be held at 2 p. A. Conducted by Rev. R. A. Hall pastor of the methodist Church of Loudonville. Interment in Greenlawn cemetery. John s. Jones co Salesman Young Man for whole Sale hardware firm. Experience helpful but not essential. Excellent Opportunity for live wire individual. Box 361, news journal. Hustler to Supply Consumers with 200 household necessities in City of Mansfield. State age occupation references Rawleigh s. D e p t. Oha-302-y Freeport i. Wanted male Olec 21-35, for major Oil Parry High school Aduca Tiu write p. O. Box 345, Gin references and qualify tons. Married and single men for work permanent position first Glass Chei t capable of taking Fil charge of Kitchen ail purchasing. Write Boi 360, news journal. Wanted Sheet Metal All inside work Only we boo of. Directors Geiger funeral Home 1886-6 173 Park ave. W. 4900-6 Wappner funeral directors dial 2131-6 dial 3443-6 Wolford 34 Sturges ave. Funeral Home dial 2241-6 Jones memorial dial 4000-6 1233-6 631 Park ave. W. Experienced Mechanic Fine working conditions excellent pay apply in person at f herring motor co. 30 South Walnut Salesman unusual Opportunity Large new York organisation will train 2 men for local territory must be a Good Salesman Over 35 years of age car necessary. Our product is sold to Home owners on open account no Down payment no deliveries you receive compensation in full each week. No experience in our line necessary we teach of our business this City and surrounding territories Box 696 news journal. Stock clerk wanted experience not Neej. Sary. Excellent oppor. Unity for advancement Many desirable adv Ait tages including Good wages and pleasant working conditions Don t wait. If you an ambitious and want to get ahead apply now to Kevey s 56 n. Main St. Wanted girl or woman to up _ with housework. Call 3437-6. Opeil Rigter commercial office for single Del who can Type. This is a Poi Iii has excellent our Finefrock s 100 w. Fourth dial 4444-6 dial 3100-fi funeral designs Flowers reasonable for every occasion at prices we deliver. Stuhldreher Floral company 48 w. Fourth 2604-6 funeral Flowers we grow our own Call us at out new location 154 Park ave. W Carek Florist funeral work try we deliver Leo Stuhldreher Park ave. Vest Road 4718-4 so mean so much. Don t fall to Call Kafer s. 3106-6. Losing hair have insight to Dan Druff consult Mapes Mapes hair specialists. Franklin at Yard brakeman for Mansfield Yard must be Between the Ages of 21 and 30. Apply asst. Train master Pennsylvania r. R. Oak first its. Mansfield Girl to do general office work on temporary basis must be Able to Type apply in person Mansfield tent awning co. 200 n. Diamond Man for tractor and farm machinery. Charles implement store. Belville Ohio. Couple Man to do chore work and fanning. Wife to do housework. No Dairying. Good pay with room and Board. Could also use single Man or boy. 6451-s. Ross 4 mites East on route 39. Positions open for graduate registered nurses at Marlon Hospital salary High part maintenance inquire Irene Iii pc women needed for inventory Ward s will need seven women to work three or foil Days beginning about fell 1st. Must write legibly Art figure accurately. Make application now to or. 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