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Derrick (Newspaper) - August 12, 1948, Oil City, Pennsylvania Par THE OIL OTY PA THURSDAY MORNING AUGUST 12 HOT at 1 the col- Ott day achaal aa fella aV property lax far vetr waj n aa of taxable real the par rate wu for UM Tbe for the year wen totaled aad wen at Balance en band July 1 all at dad de- To Vets in Naval Reserve h Office To Open Today tax to ra aad re tuition taje of eal wd ud all other u con- trol of In aad I of plant IM STWT: expenses of o plant o tied charges debt lee and capital outlay total payments Balance oa band to be available for year la staking fund July Cash ud lavett aunts Total amounted to Tali Included school build and altea at coei at IT TAKES neja awwm aad Mr alto lUat the haa par U S 1 per ceat IB to other amounting to Ied as certificates of and loan U a T boada aad U O bondt H oco FAST TtY USt Body Of Drowned Recovered Tbe body of Jr U of Bethel Alia drowned In tit river at Dotter at p m Monday wai recovered at p m at a point 1.000 feet from tie scene of the edy The body wat first noticed by Edward Sheep ot R O 1 ens of tbe volunteer approximately 40 feit off there fa water at 30 feet In depth Tbe body waa alto righted t} Gene and of of the Robert Parker T A Clarion Aug U T A naa and John P Baker of community ud of World War U bave been to active duty here by Ibe of the 1 to handle a Navy program or enrollment of In the naval and to conduct ft volunteer training tbe advancement of ratings or are naval litt Mr Carnaban holdi tbe rank of while BaXer la a petty officer Parker D Cramer fait VFW baa donated the uie of on floor of borne on Wood it Tbe office will open day aad will be open every ay from 7 to 10 p m for tbe pur r nf officer while Chief Baker will bla in tbe will alao handle the recruiting men and women for Ibe re- tent Hen will be in the U S Naval Glut Inactive luty while tbe women will be en- oiled in re erve Tbe woman will have the opportunity at men in part in of Babe Foundation In June be appeared bis JtU New York Yankee team at tie of tbe Yankee stadium the boutt Ibat Ruth buill Tbe Blf 3 which he Ore w Yankee wu retired by tba club at ceremony Tbe crowd fare bo Babe a ovation u and be recalled proudly In a brief talk that be hit the fire LOOK run in tbe indium Til wat uct of 714 he m in hit major career be record la tbe lame Ruth wat lut MCQ in public on July when he went briefly to the premiere of tbe film Tbe Babe Story He wu supported on bidet u be catered the theatre and appeared too tired to ore than a bare He lef R was half over Rulh started hit major league career In Boston and became highly In 1920 be west u tbe Yankee i an outfielder and MB boomi t ani colorful ci ated one of the of sport in the next dozen years he loved by tbe who en throned him u their king and him as their idol long his playing daya ended Erect New Street Markers of obtaining Information In Ing of tbe personnel will be to the reserve the vol training program and fo ID tbe reserve Lt Comdr Carnahan will swear th Into Ibe The commander wil be Identified u the volunteer train end of UK gard lo tbe volunteer training gram For those unable to vijlt Ibe office they are requested to write U Comdr T A Carnahan Clarion Lt Comdr Carnahan stated that bave been ed In and where they may be available to the est number of volunteer enlisted personnel He said that tbe Continue Order In Transit Case The temporary injunction by Judge Lee A McCracken in the case of the National Transit Pump Hid Machine Co the Oil City local union of the Condition Of E Bell Described Critical The of Eail Bel it MI wto to ihi Oil City early morning with received motorcycle accident on the ville road WM described n IMI Eight at the fractured in tbc al Association straining by meant of courses which may be taken at home Tbe of tbe program It to give the reservists an oppor to be advanced In their while they remain civilian r of Machinists picketing al the National Transit company's plant was continued tne linal ing OB the ot equity filed by the plaintiff sad tbe answer In a court order down yesterday by Judge Lw A McCracken The order followed the f a stipulation by counsel for the antes agreeing to continue the re- order until the final earing and order of the court A for the final hearing will be Lied later following tbe filing answer New street pictured above erected yesterday by city at the Center and Seneca sts marking the initial in properly identifying all main local and tions According to Mayor A two markers are lent by the manufacturer the desire thet the city will procure others for the remainder of the town H is the of the city administration to erect similar signs throughout he city In the near future ment were called and brought tbe bod to there Dr of deputy county coroner after viewing the body stated be would little a certificate of death form accidental drowning were taken to the funeral home ud later removed to tbe funeral borne Bethel Village YOB WOULDN'T EXPOSE YOUR WIDOW tuck a litw a leaven the of a let to the BE jonr lot la Hill ear pua Tou it REPORTS RUTH HOLDING OWN Every woman knows that carefully accessories make her costume Elect to select yours at Collier Inc where you'll have a wide beautiful choice HOSE ten Mrs Dorothy Sullivan of Ne Tork and Mrt Richard Flanders of North Conway N H and a sister Mn William Moberly of Baltimore Tbe exact nature ot 111 never baa been disclosed Although he has continued to make public appearances from time lo time his loss of weight aad the of bla voice have tbe severity of his The Memorial switch board wat Jammed from great well wishers Twenty children their faces sad rought a bouquet to and a nurse promised to pot It i room a possible Neck Ruth now U underwent a te neck operation at French tal two years ago Since h as divided his time between tal room and his Riverside always under a are But he was able to take a Florid last winter and he too New fall in of Misl Shadow Dawn Horizon 45 and 51 gauge in 15 lo 60 denier to HANDBAGS Trim slimness the newer bag Made of Suede Calf Saddle Leather Faille in of black navy green brown IN art ip I er nc Start At the Hospital AUTOMATIC 0 Sii while JHM aad me up to heart time The EASY to r tod 10 operate beat jog ihoe tad of work Set the EASY ia Be- UUr DEMONSTRATION FRIDAY AFTERNOON Picnic Is Enjoyed By District Police Admitted Jonn F IIS Wash Ambrose J Bauer Mrs Edward Johnion Third Carl HeK Mrs DeWilt Williams Grand- view Road MTB Charles J Fry Mathew E 182 Plum Mrs Arthur Stover R D 2 Daniel Ward Pearl Joseph W Rodgen 217 Oak James W Carroll Lucinda Mra Herbert Davis Central Mrs Paul Mrs David A 817 E Third Mrs Bauer had her left leg broken when a tree fell upon her shortly before p m- and Ward an of the Oil Well Supply Co the leg injury when he waa over by a truck The annual picnic of the Tri- City lodge Fraternal Order or Romanian soldiers get the was held after- alent of nine a month noon and at the B T Perry cottage on Upper Two Pompeii was destroyed by a run canic eruption In 79 A D Members of the ments of Franklin Oil Cily and City the annual served Wednesday afternoon Those who obliged to attend nl other times due lo duty requirements found plenty of buffet lunch Sports were enjoyed by the of the group as weU u a social session or the older bers of the Viola M 18 High Mrs Witley Burnett R D- 1 Glenn Dint R D L Earl Bell Mala it lira Homer R D 1 U Buck affair Picnic at roon And i were 5 o'clock Hospital 2 Accident Patients Mrj J Bauer or ciDda and Daniel Ward of Pearl are patients in the Oil City hospital wilh leg Injuries received OLDSMOBILE COACH PLYMOUTH COUPE H R SI Mai Oil City The ef Better Mn Lawnnce Reid 1124 EL ond Philip Timlin 522 Hiland Marilyn Wygant W Front Thomas Mra Van Mra Miller Mrs George D 2 A eon at a m Wednesday to Hr and Mrs Martin Kay Pearl A at a- m day to Hr and Mra Glenn Dille R D 1 A at p m day to Mr and Mn Paul ion at p m Wednesday to Mr and Mrs Herbert DivU 207 Central A at p m day to Mr and Mrs Paul R two accidents yesterday cording to I PILGRIMS WAY THE FOOLISH MELISSA ARE NEW BOOKS FOB SUMMER FICTION WALLACE BEST GOING TO PAINT YOUR PURE HOUSE PAINT PORCH ENAMEL 5.19 Gal SASH BLACK 4.95 Kellogg Glass Co Mala on CITY PA Harck Han tham ago Ibe is the ad- to fad that it a tool in Ati They we one to buy md and keep an accurate record of itona Step in today aad open yow account Oil Pa It Sweaters ALL WONDERFUL BUYS Where but could SM tow burba you Wool Coot Sweater Soli warm wool SUM black vn art Md cut nmm it Itw n Slipover Sweater 1.98 M wool wam km Sim Bad 39 fo 51 St
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