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Blizzard (Newspaper) - April 20, 1949, Oil City, Pennsylvania CHINESE WAR EXPLODES ON RIVER FRONT Vol 104 No 280 OIL CITY PA WEDNESDAY EVENING APRIL 20 1949 S More Hard Admiral Kirk Priest Suspended Reds Attack At i Named Soviet Several Points Test for Fatal Air at Donora Entire Flood Control Fund Is Requested Senator Myers Asks Senate Committee To Grant Full Budget Requests Ambassador Being Transferred From in i Belgium Will Succeed Gen Smith Kirk Admiral today waa ap to cmi lo has bee el lo A U S HEALTH employe checks air it Dorms PH where 22 persons died In October while American Steel 4 Wire zinc smelters beich smoke in a smog lest in attempt to cate on fatal rr 90 Donora People Protect Woman Sick From Smog Who Gave Tip Many Leave City u Try To Duplicate Smog 90 son jj a dozen hid town as ment tried j Supplied Break in Lonely Slayings police d cd today they are keeping in Washing ers today asked the senate appropriations tee to full re- quest for flood control and river and harbor in sylvania And in addition he asked it go beyond he budget bureau nnd the home by inK more for work1 I at Pa more for Delaware at Philadelphia lo get a flood con- troi project under way M ford Pa Hhs ir 1 for n in- lions subcommittee The group is MORE hard luck In the family North L 1 Three-year-old Peter i gloomy because he touched an electric water AS It started on iia father's arm and it two fingers off his left hand And Harold his an who haa just his job must vacate the fol Seek More Facts On State House Wants More Information Before Final Action Hr boms- A Moscow kiiL will ceed Ll Gen Waller Bedell Smilh who was relieved re- cently to lake command of army in New York Urine cholo ol and now 1 Connecticut In ami s until 19.6 ambassador in Helium II lie paled in allied in Sicily us of- the of the I Atlantic fleet ont of A of officers who naval of I HV S J man Catholic educator la out recognition and say preach 01 mica arJ J of Tim results from Father of four college dismissed Tor religious tracing Jn violation of church views Father Keenly say a the Action was Along Yangtze Gunfire Seen From Chinese Capital for Time Believe May Try To Crou River in Vicinity of Wuhu By SEYMOUR TOPPING 1 lie Chinese civil exploded along the river tonight were Marled fire could heard and for the finl lime of the war from he ihr under attack on seven miles of Nanking hit was reported by sources 60 miles 1 of here A lop British Sloop Hit By Artillery ol Hie l ved In A more million far-reaching o in- J envoy t draft ion deciding to has been Acheson to Talk Costs of Arms Aid To European Armi Aid With Senate Committee Tomorrow at Slale he 10 mats hr ft Id the n ale Chineie Redi Cripple British Boat Drive Off Destroyer Contort N nl on nlm la ml I tig In Nationally tti and hnj foreign row ai the I rn IA Wuhu Li the point i A of rnM the riy Hi I Deemed lo be ihr Nationalist oil Ih Uir h of the Aia pockets i cr r r php coutil The with her of 60 Nanking Not far swirled thr Drat nine k a 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