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Derrick (Newspaper) - October 18, 1949, Oil City, Pennsylvania ASSOCIATED PRESS t OF OIL AUDIT OF in in 1871. No. OCT. 18, 18 PACES CeaM ARMY Attempt Seen To Turn Corps Into Police Force B7 of U. S. general today of to whit lie down hit into a mere p o 1 i c The he a grabbed all the money so that tbe will not even be able to their thU Catti named Gen. J. chief of at tbe author of the which would virtually the ful role la the history of American Sink Naval He Mid the flnt heard about In would also let air force takeover nival Testifying In open among Cattu the hoUM armed service 1. Service 1 doyn by Ihe military hierarchy are Inflicting the marln 2. The Marines have no important post in the nation's highest defense v and are straggling to submerged position at the bottom of vut admin 1 manifest combat power of Js and Us potential Catea told the group Into the of coo bat v HATTY P AUNTS OF ud C. O. after U at Oct. It Ike mare ft 4, aW C Wir Chest Plan Termed Impractical Until Labor Is Unified By HAROLD WARD Oct. AFL high said today that John L. plan for a Schedule Million to Income In State The utility today authorized the phone vahia to ita by 21. The company had aja increase in of The commission action was unanimous In- rate which to an estimated Home Approves Hiking Pay of Million Government Workers Ha teal al today atik to TV 1------' to I. The la prove Ike a between tbe earlier two tend on to tax already year enacted pay far lee level aad ami U wUck tke artre tlw a year eaek U civil tt UK war chest to finance the great steel strike is while union labor ia split into rival AFL President William Green called instead for a merger CIO and the to mobilize Lewis bad proposed that nice IIK unions and his own UMW contribute a week each to lelp win lha being led by CIO President Philip Tn a reply Lewis Green of the so far aj AFL Is by hat nine unions would each lave to decide question for He explained that they are and al In milder aa reform of Ihe the two wlu not mit to the Marine Rep. Short told Cates his had disclosed and be got to atop this monkey well aa bad for Green said he had er heard i ol letter canit common flEht by all and said bia striking would be inc to lend aid to striking coal Robert Former Dies in 0. Robert 1C. 65, former resident of Ihls died al fl p. m. Monday in bU residence at O- A son of the lite and Corinne Miller he was born 12, O He moved to city when Ii years of and lived here when he returned lo Dayton While he was associated Kramer Wagon Worka and served u an officer of that con ccrn SOT many In 1913, be married to the former Kramer this Surviving are two John of ind Robert of and two j of and Herbert Toung of Oil The body will be brought to tbe funeral in his said there was a for a united labor Through he the power of the workers of the nation could be pooling of labor's while as U la im and Hi beat It would be but a shadow without The cross currents of compel lion and discord which run through the labor our nation at the present make H in difficult for t Om Vast Co. Set At 22 county's World War 1 veterans will receive 1 the proposed stale bonus Is proved at the general ac tc a by th Veterans of Foreign County beneficiaries would num ber 7.070 former servicemen an the VFW report The number of veterans and Ih estimated amounts they In counties In SHADES OF AUTUMN Have you noticed tbe leaves in their and the air has a smell of burning and a crisp that makes you step a little and then all this autumn beauty leads to one Are you again clearing way la your storage nol let us you'll not find thing less anywhere than a want Call today and place those out- grown cles or what have 5-1227 Wart Ads Bring VcU AB Clarion Crawford Forest Erie Warren May Be Turned Tae kouM alaa aad to the a MU U rabe tkc fay tl IS mall aa Erie Railroad Head Meeting Here Tonight The president of the trie Railroad Co. will be ike cipal speaker at a dirtier program tere Paul W. recently elected the ol the will be the guest of the local Chamber of Com- merce at a Ihe of Columbus I More than civic tad business III DAI ft are to attend the Cu Co. AJ Opea Today MMf e SESSIONS For New Are Set Ii S. Greece's d they Vere calling off tie civil ar but chiefs the only o coat hat if with a capital the really are their Ight against probably will be turned of A veteran of the civil war pointed out that more 50 of the guerrillas arc from ek Macedonia and could be masqueraded aa In warfare against A Greek cabinet member a. few dsys ago that thousand Greek guerrillas were about to shiTted from their old e In isolated to Bulgaria on eastern Most reports today still place more than of guerrillas In Toll loaf calls were New The communion to by new rates for to form lo lie The application for the lor a Increase aad for ness The -In der the Increase -i amount to a r on Iv and would rate of Bell aa the y rounded IMPASSE ENDS ON MR FORCE To Force Ac Gire In return at 6-JQ p. n. R. R. president ntti Glui and exc heads of the Glau wlU the road other td at a luncheon today In the The mayors and officials Qf Chan bcra of Commerce ID Oil City and have been Invited to well u of individual firms the rint Talk Bj H. B. In this city wilt mark the time the of any railroad bu to a gathering in Oil or Tht railroad official's timely sue ol railroading and Its bearing onT power prove of Interest to aU Without a the dinner will be the feature of the Joint observance of Oil and lU of- sylvania Week and Oil Monday with a program at one local plant an a of proposed ope Oct. for other area A fairly large Oct J with the af aid bat coil 6utaf pound Mediator S Ching giant United Steel Tori Wednesday New contract tilts coal One for week Chi eates of a atr force a wW liid for U In of 31, grail at d the aame time the directed file new that Tould produce leu thmD the i Hike Melt E. O. president of io a that he of the believe the of sylvania want tbe but service it ii sible to provide and that are willing to pay ralu to secure r a result of the en said will be necessary for to revise our program of ex- and Improving telephone -On Page The deadlock had reached the 5. di department In Washington that tKe Soviet with Moscow arc about ready to open a rilla campaign Yugoslavia on Ihe model of the three and half year war against the Athens Such a campaign would call Tor of a slav border town to be proclaimed the capital of a But Marshal Tito has an of about three limes of State department said the reports backed by no firm evidence and might be only a of the war of nerves Warren Boy Held In Knife Slaying Of His Brother been of the early of between Maatt and HOUK approval fifteen dollar to finance the for this The capitulation to still must be by the full and the held lip l of for Ihe armed forces r Uits Backed Mr. Truman had sided with the senata In the dispute over air last week he said that nnd that there no need lo spend the necessary to build he forte up tc 5S groups An air force group varies In size according to the of planes In L A group of bombers has 30 one of fighters has 75. The amount of money which was a dispute Is estimated to provide 400 combat planes of all ypes for the air The came shortly after the appropriations committee approved the full Uie Truman asked to ielp non-communist Monday plant of he Continental Can and the erent by Can Co. plant reviewed operations necessary la 'the manufacture of firm of la which aaw little icJ any optimism end to the IV The CKV United locked for tba put 17 free pensions fight the steel called out attendance was workers In nine plants of Aluminum Company of About of ehut off. WU mediation U log with lie with On Ihe other French In London reported that Greek toon may be moved from to vakia ES they will opt On j Advertising Penna. Oil Protects Job Security IT A boy wn charged with second degree today In the fatal stabbing of his Felice George sail Fowler freely that he had his vrith a butcher David died after tbe bing tale last night The police chief gave who Is employed at a mill now on accompanied bis and father lo Nei York for the funeral of a Last night the father and his two sons returned to Tnl father vent to visit a neighbor ant his sons began unpacking The Jobs of thousands of persons In the Pennsylvania Grade crude oil Industry have been made more cure by the 26-year-old program the Pennsylvania Grade Crude OU has conducted lo advertise Pennsylvania motor the Rotary club was lold In the T. A. T. J. of tbe here nude Uie remarks explaining the prior to of the The Ten which portrays progress Taade by II the oil ef America hi Ihe I past The Oil Progress Week AC non-profit by refiners and of Pennsylvania oil In 1923, for and protection of trade and commerce In tbe distribution and ol Pennsylvania Grade crude oil and Kj Formation of tbe took the speaker at time when western oils were capturing Lhe markets long hekl by An ensued over sonie dirty Richard ran to tbe grabbed a. butcher knife stabbed who fell to the Neighbors who had heard a called They found David unconscious and his brother ing Is very much broken by the death of Chief Haehn me that he had stabbed his brother snd t didn't know what I wal The charge was preferred by District Myer Richard pleaded Innocent and waived a hearing i Ihe nelt term of criminal Hi Is being heM In IN FID DRIVE Unit Leaden Announced In Of Chert For ped Is the ii Unit for Oil City's Community Chest have been announced A. campaign The drive for funds waa Inaugurated Wednesday 12, and will terminate October 26. reports will be given by workers at ner meeting neit Wednesday October 19. The Community Chist budget for 1930 is This sum will be di- vided among 16 participating Those in charge of at local business places On Orchestra Leader Dies at 47 New Oct. 17 Mark conductor of the Lucky Strike radio died of a heart attack He ol feeling ei night alter returning Irom 433rd broadcast entered for a checkup about noon and died an hour Raymond la widely known as aa orchestra leader aod A native ol Warnow brought lo the United it the age of Leu than years later tie violin In York waa music for nch radio of Hit Hit and The la 1HJ he produced a Broadway Warnow never a In- he with a After tie of hll Cirri former Helen They divorced laat Three children of hii and from hll i SWe J. Col- Louis William F- Derrick Publish Ing F. P. Schwakopf Dickinson's T. Oakes Drake t Lyric H- L. Grant's Dry Boot Paul Kcm George E. Kessler Isla S. J. Cummins t William Leti Beverage Sam F. Allen Oil City Baking T- B. Oil AMa M Pennsylvania L- B. Purity Milk Haul Dairy A. Super In the K. af The will be held at J m. nader the of the to in- spect the Interior plant are to at plant be- Tore 3 company will permit to view the operations The of Cranberry school Glass Bottle plant u ai planta of the Joy Manufacturing and Manifold Printing Co In Franklin and the Continental Can Co. of Oil Stale Co. and Ihe Corp. will re- Ihls Groups are asked to call for Arrange Show county bers of various clubs and contribute toward the observance of Pennsylvania with a half-hour radio show over station The program will 4 of Iron and spreading to which make But no OM I Train Kills Wife Chorus Will Give Concert Nov. 29 The ill a concert day November 29, In the high will direct the Tickets for event will placed on uJe and may be ob- Crom members of the chorus and at local of There or the this The practice will held day October In the school music Armed Strength Forces Allies to Arm Oct. way train today allied wife William of SKF anil former head of the wei Ruby died In under train at Hall Her severed at the by a week at tba lime of the V Batt he fell Into the path of the oncoming train after a is that she would have he told police the leaped tne platform is train rounded a carve pulling Into the Before the Ball removed her fur Jacket and placing them the platform with her Subway body was under of the train Broand a halt after the trala traffic waa der a halt hour u members of the squad the severed Bait headed the WPB n. Ball his whom tl married bad der the care af a He ate cheerful when By 1. M. AP Attain General Omar for tha that tbe Soviet army Is about the aJ at That Ibe Red army la aore equipped can hardly he The Red air which had few medium bombers and a relatively of what were then called range Is superior pei panted bll i to the Bradley that now has ITS combat divisions could put MO Into the field within to and could have MO la a malter of He credits the Russian air force with According to given football Saturday at N. J. her Kri Bait by two One U U tW U. i. of In INI when Europe already United 3tate> by Stalla la July 1M1, he had IM when lac Germans attacked la June of laal but only in were aear to help tbe Russians NO tti Ite Ox WEAR YOUR RED FEATHER WEAR IT
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