News-Journal from Mansfield, Ohio on April 18, 1963 · 20
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News-Journal from Mansfield, Ohio · 20

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20 Mansfield News-Journal Thursday, April 18, llMi3 You'll Be Able To Carry Phone In Pocket In Future Some day, Mansfielders will carry their telephones in their pockets. - Don't expect It to be available tomorrow, though. Ktederick Huntsman, tele-phone company commercial manager, says, "This telephone is far in the future commercially." , Right now, it's a laboratory development and it's workable, allowing the carrier to make and answer calls wherever he may be. .Other telephones of the future includes a kitchen loud speaking telephone, and a vis. ual linage telephone. The kitchen instrument can be used as a regular telephone, a loudspoaking phone if the housewife happens to be busy preparing a meal, or as an intercom station for the home. The visual image telephone allows the parties to converse by way of a microphone and loud speaker while a miniature television camera transmits the image. The "TV phone" also will have a writer signature transmission system and a conversation tape recorder. The new phones are being displayed at the Home and Flower Show at the Coliseum. Ohio College To Open Branch PAINESVILLE. 0. (AP) Lake Erie College announced that it Is opening a branch of the Chandler School in Wlll- oughby which will offer freshman courses in September. The college, which Is only for girls, already has a branch in Painesville, in addition to the main school in the county seat. The Paines ville branch and the one in Willoughby will be open to both men and women. Marine League, Auxiliary To Convene V(isr B1l.rth O J On Hehconter A two-day state staff meet ing of the Ohio Marine Corps League ana Auvuiary will be held at the Mansfield-Leland Hotel this weekend. The League and Auxiliary will hold a joint session at 8 p. m. Saturday, with a social planned for after the meeting. AH Marines and former Marines in the Mansfield area are invited to attend the Sat-day events. Beginning at 9:30 Sunday, the League and Auxiliary will meet in separate sessions, with the "Physical Fitness Program for the High Schools of Ohio" being the topic at both gatherings. Ronald Kiessling, Depart ment Commandant of Cleve On working days, three out of every four men in the United States shave, but only 16 per cent of them shave every day in the year. land, will conduct the League meeting, while Mrs. Dorothy Metz, president of the Auxiliary of Springfield, leading the Auxiliary assembly. Final arrangements will be made for the Department of Ohio convention, scheduled for Springfield, June 20 through 23. The Marine Corps League National Convention will be held in Cleveland at the Hotel Manger on Aug. 20 through 25. HOW AHOUT THIS? Mrs. Jean Conrad, commercial representative of Mansfield Telephone Co. holds up the pocket - sized, wireless telephone which Mansfielders will some day carry with them. The phone is still in the development stage and "far in the future." $300 Million Paid From General Fund COLUMBUS (UPU -State Auditor Roger V. Tracy said subsidies paid from Ohio's general revenue fund amounted to nearly $300 million during the first three quarters of the fiscal year. Tracy said the overall distribution was $299,873,364, up $30,767,728 over the same period of last year. The school program accounted for $27,-034,014 of the nine months increase. Prisoners Make Debut LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - Sheriff William Cranfill thought it a good idea if prisoners at the Jefferson County Jail organized a chorus. The 34 inmates made their first public appearance before a church group. The sheriff apologized because they had to sing without a pianist. Their accompanist, he said, is a federal prisoner and couldn't be taken from jail for the concert. Women To Meet COLUMBUS (UPI)-Three thousand delegates will attend the 66th annual convention of the Ohio Federation of Women's Clubs April 23-25. Sisters Win Scholarships CLEVELAND (AP) - Two sisters are among five Cleveland area high school students who will receive all-expense - paid, four - college scholarships from the Ford Motor Co. Fund. It is the first time sisters have been so honored since the scholarship program began in 1951, Ford announced. They are Eileen and Mary Ann Bagus, Cleveland. THERE'S UP TO $2,000 WAITING FOR YOU AT MODERN FINANCE Just call . , . then stop in for the cash. Take up to 36 months to repay. Credit Life Insurance available for the protection of your family. f W ' A: if Ashland, Ohio Office 126 E. Main Street 4-4544 Robert W. Roller, Mgr. West Park Shopping Ctr. Mansfield, Ohio 524-8311 Guy E. Carr, Mgr. 44 W. Third St. Mansfield, Ohio-524-4311 ELIZABETH CITY, N. C. 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