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Derrick (Newspaper) - August 7, 1948, Oil City, Pennsylvania TOE OIL OTY PA DERRICK SATURDAY MORNING AUGUST 7 i Met fit V lus i ear u ot U gw oUer and than its on IB period yur Juu 14 d to 111 d Including aad J tarlit and aad tank nre this aad lut of Lane ir for Body of Soldier June l of U 1 U epl to IB tbc U June On fron tbose depletion lea federal tbU to at D BM JUB H T Aug B It work today on bli lint of the forthcoming Trie Republican at Jot Bla KJU farat a MM kin There wai Indication to the matter of nor ai and It will be Tke It lUft after C Hageny K Tork Kior tUM M Uu wu af eta to BUNKUM Bwt by tit Of awr BUM B MWf Mil hut la li tut waltr A waUr llu IMB U M body of William R D I OH City who wu killed U OH la dur rag of thi ar- la Ihli city at a B day will to the wu bora I In Oil City ton of Mr and Uri F Prior to January be by Walter of toll city a of church Upon taurlag at Fl volr Va hi wai transferred Iceland 19 waa tf the fin arrive overseas Thi ana wu tn for V aad at- to duty In England with the Fifth of the Army wai attached for a timt to the group and 1 j OB Nor mandy peninsula on June 1914 I sad continued through in- 10 Belgium was killed I For hli he wu like Conduct Heut the medal li by his parenti one Mrs Harold Jr of R P J two Brother i C Arthur J bau ef OU City wlU hild at 1 IB tht komt with Rev O it will IB Hill Tbt mirabin tat B Check For School Fond Presented Program For Here mmm m i DIAL for thing for junior art perfect skirts for date whistles A left Black faille with three gold Taw on wide Whistle B Town and gathered the way round Side pockets bias bound belt tabs on wide Whistle Waist Red and Green Wine and Green Wine Blue II ME COMPUTE Of NEW rw MUTI wear cream white Mtl colon v mwn e Inc rail No will In charge of military at grave church li U the above photo receiving a chick from rector of thi Paul NelHn of Holy In of ttt drive of of tht church a girt tilth Robert Kari wu iht chair fund from October U I en October 28 Will Rogeri I Port A list of proved for during re- mainder or IMS dale of first day of eale ef itch for Oil City re cased last bir 16 her 20 American 22 and Chandler 10 en on At Prefer AFL Union i Pi Aug Tht this William National Labor board in Whitf August I Cor Scott August lu lo Touth 1C gon Territory 16 Harlan 26 Mountain Observatory 31 Barton September 8 c4 for representation by AFI Brotherhood Workers A previous election had been protested by the The union won Ly a vote of to On May 11 another in September 15 Gold September 22 tie Bat claimed thai Fon Kearney M employe bid not been unuer Firemen October 3 Indian permitted Republican At Hasson Park Attended by 300 Ihl Hoiy Mian would Mr ther In IB the check received in a driva parish In reaching the goal let In recently by the society 1 fund drive The wu made A business meeting Thursday night at t dinner meeting attended by of the society in iht church receiving Ihi check Father Approximately HO and of Vinango County Re- attended thi of which wai In park Dinner at o'clock aad the In loan IM M chair the and Attorney Brwne Uu for the dinner program committee In charge of the dinner included the ert Karg r P O'Brien J Cotter folly thanking the W F William of tht and all In tnd T Hinds man J J G Payne J E Cunningham and Harold R Clark county chairman Dr Edward pastor of Ib Man 73 Falls From Roof Albert H Brandon of 111 Second avc Franklin received Injuries when hi fell 40 feel from be roof of a Friday at thl Franklin pital where he wu admitted amid his condition IP good Hi ll from a fractured collarbone nd several ribi laceration of thl hiad The mishap 10 o'clock Friday morning on a roof of a U li reported that he from top roof and tried to catch hold on the roof leiow but landed the ground a fall of 40 feet CHARGES REDS NOW OPERATING SCHOOLS IN U S Inm Oft veiled within the put few days bow the Communists actually and proclaimed revolt tht recent shooting of that Eugene and William Z Foster under Indictment tht line here In li quoted aa telling a Chicago meeting to bt prepared Hope Lutheran church the Invocation Daring the of- of the of the committee men o d woman to have ot county for the November In order to vole residents be on or September 11 It wu announced It wu that r quiring 100 requesting the of the county lo ft a dati for i and are being elr IB ihV t III will held la Oil City and on August 31 and September 1 Mr Clark at the of meeting each vest with a booklet Good describing Uit n easily ot voting ui carrying out of other important by heir county and country A baked him and fish dinner to tho group Mr Clark by Helen McKinney Ir ne P and If the United States the war Mrs V Teeter on the of Great Britain to turn Other members the Imperialist war Into a civil war Mn Guy Whitehill Mrs Ralph Trolly Mri itrs Lotta B Wheeler Mrs Irene Un Isabella Campbell Reva Payne lira Foley Mrs r Harlman Mrs Weaver Shankey MM Mri An- thony Mrs Robert Lynch Mra Robert Johnson Mrs Haupt Mri Lyle Adami Mn Maude Lyford Mrs W G Cron Ethel Mn tie Masters Mri e Toy Mri Helen C and MM E Hill JEEP TRUCKS FOK IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Truck 4 Wheel Drive Wilry 2 Wheel Drive Pickup Obituary Maxwell Jamil Jasper Maxvell AI former resident of Ntw Bethlehem Clarton county Thursday In the Memorial hospital W Va Death nil lo a heart attack j Mr Maxwell was bom 13.1 in The son ol and Mice Maxwell Whill a or NIK hem he wae the commander cr tht Niw Bethlehem American Legion He a of Elks and lodge of that Mr a member of the New Bethlehem Presbyterian He Is by one son of Dayton Ohio ind the brothers and Thomas G ef Ar- I Maxwell ion R D Mrs W D Bell of Butler and lira Willam Kerr of Clinton one grand- son The haa to he home In ion irii be an- Try Ad fo UTS NOW OU Tiret Are Worth OB ra NEW CROWD RECREATION HALL IMPROVED BUCK FROM and to stand on tht side or the So vlet Union Foster U quoted u telling the editorial board ot the Niw York Daily Worker of which Budenz was formerly a Be OB your ton for a situation where you might have to take a decided Hind on of Soviet Russia If the United Etates li In- In the war on the Great Britain Ton have to believe though hit reports have not countered ht left to that this ii thi line of com- The Canadian espionage e an example of how for operation by her abroad Russia a underground and Illegal tion Tito found that he could not put nil own country first and retain the approval of the com- International There le point beyond which even Interpretation of tht American of Rights will not to cover such business even though it masquerades under gulae of a political SATURDAY DANCES AND SUNDAY DINNUS AT NOON Mr BVN to tom iff to ps mi lap I en tate of too bowls all by tt a ttt right FINK APPLIANCE ST 257 Enjoy Life and manafe rite HMM afe ef talcing life Come in let ui rell fen how we be Pa IWI
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