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Mansfield. Pilot Leaps 13 Injured Iii 2 Area Accidents 2 Ashlanders Hurt As Car, Truck Crash Three Mansfield area men were injured yesterday and early today in separate accidents investigated by the state highway patrol. Al Doty, 22, and Franklin Wheeler, 25, hoth of Ashland, received head and leg bruises early today When the car in which they were riding ran into the rear end of a truck on F. S. Route 12, four miles northeast of Mansfield. The accident occurred occurred at 12:10 a. tn. Doyt was reported in "good" condition at General hospital today. today. Wheeler was treated for a lacerated forehead and released. 1 ESCAPE Escaping injury w'cre James L. Zimmerman, 22, of Ashland, driver driver of the car; Norman It Johnson of Norwood, truck driver; and two.other,occupants of the Zimmerman Zimmerman car, Mary Ann Graffice, Greenwich, R. D. 1, and Mrs. Pauline Wheeler, 22, of Ashland. A collision, two miles southeast of Mansfield, on State Route 39 at 3:40 p. m., yesterday which resulted resulted in leg bruises to Roy Reynard, Reynard, 24, of Lucas, was still under investigation today by patrolmen. Reynard was taken to People's hospital where he was treated and released. Driver of the other car, Watson M. Lynn, Mansfield, R. D. 4, escaped injury. 3 Deny Auto Theft Charges Three escapers from the Ohio Slate reformatory pleaded innocent innocent to auto theft charges in municipal municipal court today and their cases V, ere continued to Sept. 2. The youths are Harold Walker, 19, of Marion; Edwin Winstead, 22, of Hamilton, and Roy Lee Hardwick, 21. of Anderson Ind.. The inmates escaped from OSR Wednesday afternoon and made their way to Lexington where they are said to have stolen the auto nf John Newcomer, Lexington Lexington early Thursday morning. 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D. 3, was found dead late yesterday .afternoon in her home by her husband, Charles E. Denny, on his return from vork. Relatives said she had been in ill health. Sheriff's Deputy Ralph Hildebrand Hildebrand said she died of a self-inflicted self-inflicted self-inflicted self-inflicted .32 caliber revolver bullet wound in her mouth. Denny told Deputy Hildebrand that he found his wife lying on the he& Mrs. Denny was born Feb. 19, 1891, in Fredericktown but movFid to Mansfield 25 years ago. She was a member of St. Mark's Lutheran Lutheran church. Ruth Chapter Order Order of Eastern Star, and the White Shrine. Besides her husband, she leaves two sisters, Mrs. William Marks and Mrs. Paul Webber, both of Nlansfield; her step-mother, step-mother, step-mother, Iktrs. Nellie Garland of 'Massillon: four half sisters, Mrs. George Finger and Mrs. Marshall Donahue of Massillon. Mrs. Paul Cope of Salem, Salem, and Mrs. Donald Price of A k ro n, and a half - brother, 'Charles Garland of Massillon. The body is at the Wappner funeral home where services will be held Tuesday at 1:30 p. m. in charge of Rev. C. A. Portz. Burial Burial will be at Loudonville. '7; .s':a',. -,:---4,:04.4 -,:---4,:04.4 -,:---4,:04.4 -,:---4,:04.4 -,:---4,:04.4 -,:---4,:04.4 : -; -; , ..7:vitt .4 , eftti.kal g,'"7,77""tz-fo, g,'"7,77""tz-fo, g,'"7,77""tz-fo, Alky'el;NN'Tf;,...:s.'.4. :s 14 4,31 ,,, .... ;,,, Wacky Complaints Keep Police Busy , , ...., .., ,,,,, ., ...., 6 .,,, ,,..,w ,m m ..", s.. , EARIN BIRD Imagine trying to sell aluminum from door to door at 6 a. m.! Keep Police Busy That's what Miss Ruth Craig, 6'.I1 South Diamond street, told police a mysterious man attempt- attempt- Mansfield police weren't sure whether it was the holiday ed to do today. According to the spirit or the hot Weather, but last night they chalked up Pollee report on the incident, this one of their busiestand Nvackiesthights in a long time. s what occurred: Knock on Miss 'Craig s door. She opened it, Said Their investigations included a VariCty of complaints !du, man, "I'm an aluminum sales-ranging sales-ranging sales-ranging from boys teasing dogs to fights and a man Who nuts- nuts- !man." .. Said Miss Craig, "Pretty represented himself as the owner of a Mansfield taxi firm. early to he selling aluminum, isn't The rush of complaints started it ?" Said the man, "May I have at 4 p. m., yesterday when motor- motor- 1 Officers found her there, but she a drink of water? Nlay I use ists reported a mysterious woman had no beverage before he.. r So your leliphone? I've made a lot vas hiding hehind a bridge on they warned her about minors of money in one night." Said Park avenue west. Police hunted drinking, and also warned the Nliss Craig, ''Go away." Ile went, I he voman. described as Iv eating bartender of I he VOIllik n's tender she called I he officers. Aho could a black skirt, pink blouse and acte. find m no trace of the salesan. find her carrying a red pocketbook, or a me ook but 1 ' li thngs wre r ieela- ieela- I couldn't . . 1,1 ik,IIIPUIL, ,I'd,,ItglaPit," At 5:16 po ru. Mrs, David Parrett, Parrett, 132 North Benton st reel, complained I hat boys NA. err teasing teasing her dog. Officers warned the boys. Fourteen minutes later somebody somebody complained I hat boys play, ing hall in North Mulberry st reel , almost broke a window. Police couldn't find I he lads, FIGIIT ON TRAIN Twenty-two Twenty-two Twenty-two minutes after that a Pennsylvania railroad official said he'd like to have officers on hand when a passenger train, due in five minutes, arrived. A fight . was in progress on the train, he said. Officers met the train, but the difficulties had been settled before the train pulled into Mansfield. Mansfield. Shortly after 8:35 p. in. Mrs. Bertha Miller, 23 Wood street, Maug Meld, O., Au "mkt SO, 190 to - -161 -161 4'1 A CI, 4.1,; -IAA -IAA 41.11m For a lime things were relatively relatively Imiet. But tiwy broke out again at 2 :30 a. m. when Harry Patton, 31 Orchard street, said he saw a prowler in his neighbor's neighbor's back yard. Patton flashed a light on the intruder and he fled. Twenty-seven Twenty-seven Twenty-seven minutes later, Patrolman Patrolman Leland Sogen found oc(asion oc(asion to yarn a Silver Streak cab driver against driving so fast on North 1)1amond street. His passenger, Melvin Swan, rear of 191 North Diamond street, remonstrated remonstrated with Officer Sorgen, saying saying he was the owner of the cab company. It developed Swan didn't own the firm, Sorgen said, Since Swan still insisted and wanted to argue the point, he was arrested on the spot on charges of disorderly conduct. conduct. Ile pleaded guilty today and was fined $5 and costs in municipal t..,,,,, V..,,, ,f, t if, 4,1 : 'CZ ' ' 4. 0 , 44 ' ,' IV '54"4..,,,,,;o.. ;vr.,' ,'.."' . k,.: ke., I A.' 'It':3. d'..-iii,;,,i,,,r,r'2r,f.;:::.',;$ d'..-iii,;,,i,,,r,r'2r,f.;:::.',;$ d'..-iii,;,,i,,,r,r'2r,f.;:::.',;$ - .(z,-,, .(z,-,, .(z,-,, ,,,t, Zi,,,,,,,,,,!;;;?! jtAle, 4;4, 4'.,",:. k ii,,,. 1;2, 'A, I ..,,, 4., A'..k"-',, A'..k"-',, A'..k"-',, l'. '''''44..' ; o'Vif Sp 01 on cnarges DI aisornerly con- con- Friends bidding reluctant good-duct. good-duct. good-duct. Ile pleaded guilty today and byes to Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. was fined $5 and costs in munici- munici- NIcMullen, who with - their MansgAd News-journal News-journal News-journal Save Life md Eiche's n the Airplane ,t Wrecked Up and Down the Street JUST IN TIME-- TIME-- TIME-- Hurrying to the Mansfield air. port Friday al t ernoon, Anwet Conmiander Louis Doerr arrived just in time to greet former Mans-fielder Mans-fielder Mans-fielder Al Myers who stopped in the (it y on pre-Anwet pre-Anwet pre-Anwet convention business. Printed boldly on the side Of the little plane in which Myers arrived wits t he word "Ainvet." The plane is to be a prize at the forthcoming Anwet National convention to be held in Columhus in early October. DISAPP0INTED I strongsvule. Miraculously unhurt except Two cars collided On North Walnut street, ripping a lender; for a few I ps and scratches. Hale W II taken to a Cleveland off one of them with a loud grat- grat- eight hoN's hospital where be was being ? treated today for shock and scene as the owners leaped out tol iliirltIlitnitti(iitial;: accident placed under observation. inspect the damage. One boy, "I was flying at 200 feet above hurrving up, looked over should- should- Eiche said. 'I had rcnindd the No. 2 pylon ohirusrt.and,oislawis hneoetomnle- hneoetomnle- southwest of Berea and was headmented headmented The crowd disappeared NI eastward when the engine quit. as rapidly as it formed, I was doing 390 miles an hour at t he I EARI BIRD HIT TAIL OF PLANE Imagine trying to sell aluminum I pulled up to 1,000 feet. The friim door to door at 6 a. m.! engine cut back in momentarily. ran e apifaenwe seconds aanndd iquumithiaegda itno. That's what Miss Ruth Craig, 631 South Diamond street, told the police a mysterious man att kft. empt- empt- The only thing left was ed to do today. According to the , to get out. AM ESE 'CUM 8E8 S The Joseph Speigle family, Shiloh R. D. 2, had a big surprise awaiting them in their garden this nuirning. When they went out to pick a cucumber from the vino, they found not one but ti,ojointed ti,ojointed cucumbers grmving from the same stem. The garden oddity, oddity, VPSPInhling a squash and eighing approximately One pound, is eight inches long and five inches wide. The two pickles grew together at the stem end but are clearly defined as i WO cucumbers at the other end, The Siamese cucumbers are on display in The News-Journal News-Journal News-Journal window. Chatter PAGE THREE Thompson Race Hope Shattered The hopes of Ray Eiche, former Mansfield pilot-instructor, pilot-instructor, pilot-instructor, for winning the Thompson trophy in the National National Air races at Cleveland on Monday were shattered yesterday when he was forced to make an emergency jump from his plane which a few minutes later lay a mass of red and silver wreckage on the ground near Strongsville. Miraculously unhurt except for a few I ps and keratches, EI('h Wa, taken to a Cleveland hospital where be vat being treated today for Shock and placed under observation. "I Jettisoned the right cockpit cockpit door and Jumped. Z hit the tail as I went by it, bruising my right side. The Jerk of the opening parachute gave me quite a headache due to the position W1114 in when she popped." News of the crash was sent to the New's-Journal New's-Journal New's-Journal froin the Cleve. land office of Richland Aviation, Inc., co-sponsor co-sponsor co-sponsor of the plane along with Jack Singleton, Cleveland automohile automohile dealer and also a for. met' Alansfielder. FINING P-63 P-63 P-63 Eiehe, 31, was flying the stripped down P-63 P-63 P-63 in the two-lap two-lap two-lap qualify. ing race. The plane was over Strongs. title, south of Cleveland and out of range of the airport. The plane was demolished, the Cleveland of. lice said. Little more than a week ago, Etch(' was practicing take-offs take-offs take-offs and landings front the Mansfield Mansfield airport and expressed eonfidenee eonfidenee in the speedy, fast handling handling king Cobra plane. The Thompson Trophy race In which he was going to race if the qualifying races had placed him among the 12 best planes, depends on both speed and maneuverability. maneuverability.

Clipped from News-Journal30 Aug 1947, SatPage 3

News-Journal (Mansfield, Ohio)30 Aug 1947, SatPage 3
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