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Derrick (Newspaper) - March 30, 1949, Oil City, Pennsylvania I WO Officer Elected By Franklin j i j bn ftj ii Id jonm MI ana uil PA DERRICK MARCH 30 The Britain wai in ATTENTION It you nol liken under tnt IV I KB LU M once in spring Marling now Cub J RENNARD Mem Apl It Venango No the ol a meeting lait Lilt following of- James noble Harry S h u f f 11 Archie third member of the it commit lee W II man for 16 R K Cirier to grand W B to Inn H H Fidler and C 8 la r art h west awo tion Tht rew will be Installed 12 by deputy hitter Aided Brooki of ton arid bis The lodge will confer degree upon a clui jot from Franklin and Venus en April 5 Obituary Good Hope Church Will Hold Service Lenten con- a each Wednesday in the Good Lutheran church Weil at Pel role um u of which Dr Edward the Under the general theme of I Heard the Voice of Say a of light S Blair for bv the Blair of were con- ducted 2 p m Tuesday In the family home J W man erf Ihp Church of God officiating Interment was In Suneel Park the Walter Ferran I Each Fred Mock IB the retiring noble of lodge The BelU node a Gehr Arthur Evan Boyei l ol the ACCORD ON ARMISTICE due to and by ii ii for x new al KLIVANS CO St 311 St OU Chf torn to a bit of the to Aqaba and Cor a t dye I Ion of forces of Truce Charted In k report lo the U N council Bunche and Britain all violated the by Bending lato he area Britain and Tr aft tiller P for foreign told he of u pall and Dorothy Clan Kitchen end Violet who ft Dm cut or own Included ifr Mri Blair Mr and Mn Blair Mr acd Mrs Blair Mr ami M W Mr and Mn Mr and Mn and family and Ji oT 1 ind Mri Biair of Rlc burg and Mn Truman Mather of Polk Mr John a made as was on Hli way the Garden of to vary and the cross Al the service evening rill bt for trial before of he Roman government Pilate la i Jraut relative to the charge Ly the Jewa lhal j to Rome ttmporal that might to Itome him My dam li Not of This of will he the of Dr at his Special will be LITTLE IIC TO Jo bLi top at Blore u u the bif It hu HI Thd of the will It- Gene and ihc ling How Upon the Mountains by An life-sized Two Youths Held By Police in Ohio Two youths who rented to return Dolan to and It U likely that army will be and take action re- garding Bean Says Communists i m I To creat Were Ordered To te The IB nice at into Sugar arc In written Britain Is challenging report that Britain violated the Kunera for John ine public It ot 1C Harold it who died at a m Tuesday In the funeral home with Rev Griffith iiT To W R of St held by O police according Businessmen Civil War Varied Program to the Franklin police j Charles Ivan Dolan 15.1 annual Nl New York March 29 A I government witness at com- munist conspiracy trial today the U S Communist parly d To Seek Changes la Govt Operation March W Hundreds of prominent U 8 citizens today to for change i IB and of the government Formation of the wn by the Dr Robert L cj Temple He Mid group will Ing enduring The committee wid Dr li educational and ewt a Our whole purpose IT to let people the will will of the people Dr J ohm on told a ence he accepted the chairmanship of he at the personal request of President Herbert Hoover already hat to congress channel la thi Their dual To federal to 10 ml 11 lor a day To create an efficient government to the of great aaa nation do not Dr Johnson the of the Hoover to gather duit en the of congreai The At Grange Meeting Bean 18 no ad- dress reported to bo AWOL from the U S array al Chanute Field truce He laid a security council In calling upon ha cemetery the allowing al lSt meeting of concerned to avoid fighting personnel Into tine and the Arab slates during the did not apply to Britain Roy Stanley Fedorek Hindi Ctrl oon Ed Ward and Ed who attended ftvm oui of town Mr end Mrv ward Korm of W Va Mr and Un W 3 Smith of town O and Mr and Un J B of Trenton N J John F John Frederick ST R D died at a m In hit home The of the laU Jonu and hs was horn December T In Clarion county Surviving are hli nine dren Richard of Knox Carl ol Medina 0 A mold at Emlenton Otis Robert and Doris at home and lira Ida Lerch of 13 a brother Claude of Knor body was lo the SI was relumed to the family home I fit DIAL 60227 Grange at 8 p m Friday Grange hall The new degree teanu of the Grange exemplify the decrees on all candidates In attendance The officers urge mil members I rente J fho were obligated only lo p held laK night In the Belles club auditorium The program Included a banquet served at p m followed ty a police Rid he pair have program of entertainment d to and police say rented Into Sugar creek at ILIe last Sunday evening Late Sunday Frank Armour re- ported 10 Franklin that he for Initiation Refreshments will be o m Sunday and nj the hour which low the regular meeting Walkout Ended Pa Slx hundred wire mill erf tne Bethlehem Steel plant ended a two-day walkout today The wage Issue will be at a meeting of union nnd manage ment to return the a p Elate police the two from tbe creek Monday and relumed them to tba Police said Bean Is also aa Eddie and that waa picked up here a year ago for being absent without leave from the array I Salem police mid Bean told lie had heen AWOL for past and round and square dancing for In attendance Music provided by Roy and his tions by George Buchna Arthur Kremls Wolford and John Hartle and Instrumental selections by William Land were played and were of the Dotty Lou Lauer School of Dancing presented an en- program and skill were provided by several members of the association eight He told police he en- Gorgeous colon that glow with that windswept look styles that will cio wonders for you all thil and more are our heavenly 8.95 dresses tailored by Bobby Ann All as right ns spring are these shantungs wilh Paris pockets skirts jewelry necklines shirred fullness and button fronts Choose your thrifty shantung now Misses sizes I 2 to 20 Shops Floor Inc Where Quality U TAFT DEMANDS SPENDING CUT EVANGELIST AT A t rf Ameln Calif who claims to ato nli Rulh pail Abbey London of dfc for the Tcd that 0 per reduction would Impair Europe's recovery Connally conceded that the Rustell amendment tn vin a good many voles but predicted It would be defeated Senator Cul Wachington March In civil war If this country Great In the recent The were Issued at secret Chicago meeting of parly eaders after and Germany j pact the witness aid Lou F Budenz the witness people want and committee has been formed to pre- sent tbe picture to all the people Dr Johnson emphasized that tht committee of citizens Is san It Includes a cross-section of tOO top level Industrial labor political educational and tic It may be expanded In 5.000 the committee la necessary Tample president there hai beers and will con- ator George congress oday la stesh federal spending and Canada's plans cut In- come taxes present rale of govern ment and he said his Is for aome that will a ilon who Is chairman of finance committee which handles lal bills made his remarks during senate debate on the 000.000 European recover If federal are not cut he taid the government will hive to raise In new revenue Instead of the President Truman hu that the administration lUi lax loost request partly on the need to reduce the national debt George that Canada own debt Is about comparable to our own tn proportion to tion he acid the Canadian government finds It proper and necessary to main reductions al this lime Canada Is doing whal a prudent people should he She Is meeting her but resources He Mid Canada Is reducing coma by an average of 32 per cent Also the new lax ture will relieve about ple of all taxes he said George warned that if does not make lax calj there be a flight of United States capital aid the directions came from Eu- gene general secretary of he parly and a defendant In the rial Tbe was held In the irent of a building Budenz said He did not Identify the ng or give tbe exact dale Mid going underground would Involve splitting the party nlo basic which would not contact wilh one and destruction of all Incriminating party records tht witness Bald The government Introduced dence to show the U S Com party centered r recruiting efforts among labor inlon members and U S John F X Me Gohey to the Jury a report by John B Williamson a which the parly should seek to Influence all mass The report Industrial more tban of party's membership In Call eastern Pennsylvania and New York and 75 per cent IB ichigan Illinois Ohio Williamson party labor tary also recommended a further among Industrial workers In like McKeesport Pa N T Flint Mich Gary vania and West Virginia coal said The report was made to the nlr lional convention of the nist party In IMS the cutor said testified the pre- amble of the party constitution adopted al the July tion meant that organization basically to the overthrow of government of the United Stales as set up under Its This could he broughl about only by force and he 10 be an effort made sabotage the recommendations to of Hoover commission This sabotage will be launched by pelly jobholders wbo don't want to lose their Jobs committee will operata la every state state chairmen heading separate Official At Age Of 47 Cincinnati March 29 Frank H Stohr 47 general mana- ger of the company In nearby wood died tn here He had been a patient at the February 18 Stohr formerly executive vice-president and a director of tht company of Pm a Ad tor Cakall Feed and are keeping a close tab on new studies of cobill in animal became recent findings have shown lhal this mineral may fai more Important to the health ol livestock than Is believed Try a Ad Tor Try a Classified Ad fur Results KIDNEYS Kin u m m D feck K b ta nU Kiu 1 V m IM r iMd to kU T Irt Bl n kf cMUr M CM Uli X HI ii jnr In I toll la OU bj kd et j Fact Yoir Storms With A II u BiTCh fix to Mart YOU en to a A lltUs pet n II future for Tttn and jour vou the nf financial what ran and Ve jour Monna PJ 1863 Attention Advertise Yoir Auction In The Blizzard Want Ad Section and Be Assured Of WOLF'S HEAD LUBRICATION al oar for ttt and who have the hnw te are your ot Wolfs Head Service Station of ind E Sh DIAL CARS Crowd The More Bidden Tht OIL CITY FRANKLIN 181 CLARION 249
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