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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 Luck! 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 Y'icr Admiral today waa ap snilinisadur to Mot- cmi; doiship lo has bee el lo L.iixrm- A U. S, PUUK HEALTH SHV1CE employe checks air it Dorms. PH., where 22 persons died In October, while American Steel 4 Wire zinc smelters beich smoke in a four-Jay smog lest in attempt to dupli- cate COnrtit'on-; on fatal dlV. rr 90 Donora People Protect Woman Sick From Smog Who Gave 'Tip' Many Leave City u ExperU Try To Duplicate Smog Oonoia. Mfte 90 por- son.; jj) jnd a dozen olher.i hid le'i town as govern- ment experlj tried j Supplied Break in "Lonely Slayings Dovrr. police d cd today they are keeping in pro-: Washing My- ers (D-Pa) today asked the senate appropriations commit- tee to sranl full budyel re- quest; for flood control and river and harbor in Penn- sylvania. And in addition he asked jlhai it go beyond (he budget bureau nnd the home by inK more for work1 I at W.llianisport, Pa.. jOOO more for Delaware tivcr [activities at Philadelphia, 'il.300.00n lo get a flood con- troi project under way M Brad- ford. Pa. Hhs rccuainiendrULona ir. ,1 for n sr-nate npjuopi in- lions subcommittee. The group is THIHI'S MORE hard luck In the Blerins family. North Bellniore. L 1. Three-year-old Peter i gloomy because he touched an electric water pump'juat AS It started on .iia father's (arm, and it 5nippert two fingers off his left hand. And Harold BJenru. his ftilher, an ex-Marine who haa just his job, must vacate the profwrtv. fol Seek More Facts On State House Wants More Information Before Final Action Hr aerxins boms- A( Moscow, kiiL will suc- ceed Ll. Gen. Waller Bedell Smilh who was relieved re- cently to lake command of ihe Firsi army in New York. Urine snnoui.rcd P'tsLdcnl cholo ol Mojrow jtC-.-i. piiis and now .1 lrn.il Connecticut. aradnny In J909 ami s until 19.6 whr-r poir.led ambassador in Helium. D.ii.np II. lie piThc.-1 paled in Ihe allied r-pcia-j [join in Sicily us (-oinniinilri of- the nmpnibloLis fou-c of the Ur.itcit I Atlantic fleet. w.n ont of A of allifil officers who p.irnl nr.rl dlret'lrd naval eto.-'a-chnnnrl of I HV. 1IONAID HENIV, S J, Ko- man Catholic educator, "la with- out eccleilasllctl recognition and rirniot say IDBSI, preach 01 tcarli mica Flldi- arJ J. ClialiLnj; of Uoslqn. Tim "Jiisjiciuion" results from Father Fecnoy'j ecpousal of four LUnloti college profeaaors dismissed Tor religious tracing Jn violation of church views. Father Keenly say a the archbishop's 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 drracfed Chinese civil exploded along the Ynnvjlze river finiii tonight. Cummu.niL were Marled A! pointi. Gun- fire could heard and for the finl lime of the war iccn from (he CApilnl. I'ukow, ACIOSS ihr iivrr w.is under attack. on llie noith bnnk seven miles smilliwesl of Nanking. hit. fiffriling was reported by Koverniuenl sources Iposite 60 miles snulh- 1 sve.il of here. A lop British Sloop Hit By Artillery Fire: ol Hie l, ved In A iiimlKTfhlp imlny wiiy Komi: llrd [or more infoi million far-reaching atatc o; in- J Kranrr. A-- envoy t hi-fly draft. K-K.slat ion befoie deciding to HelKiLirU'l.uirui- has been conceincii An-.eiican Acheson to Talk Costs of Arms Aid To European Armi Aid With Senate Committee Tomorrow W.-uihlnclun. at Slale Afheson s.iid imJiy he 10 lalh mats wlirn hr Ku- roncan ivtrn-t ft Id ullh the ?f n ale Chineie Redi Cripple British Boat, Drive Off Destroyer Contort N .nl on nlm pon- ftsr ihe Htds ijulek la ml I tig In viclnLiy, Nationally ofllcilM tti v.ilh turopc and hnj not! foreign row. loinor- Th.- jcr.eial fcellnR ai the mom- I rn; IA ihni Wuhu Li the niCfil1? point. i fiorl Ihoie juovMri poinl lanJing aifi. A liluli nilnUUy of nn- Connnuni.-l jhoif tlonnl drfrmf rnM the IU-1 riy rnjiplfil Ihe Hi ILLih I aH.ieki Deemed lo be dlicctcd ihr Y-ingitc Nationalist oil Ih; Uir ilrMioyri j'-u" h Lilnk of the ilvn. Aia NiiUun.illai pockets Icfi AnirLhy.it i cr flinl r Con.inil lifloi r php coutil veiatl. The .Vnirlhy.il. with her crfiv of ]18 vi'nt IslinJ 60 niLIm noclhcasL Nanking loniphl. Not far swirled thr Drat nine k a o[ Chli'.ear civil K.irlln Piernlrr Jlo Vinp-C'hin tfir ir-jcuicj Hcd jieace Ifi their piesnit form. II.i ihe lh.it not j fot to ULenilwr dli- trnci for almost W Kinnpyki wilh readied Thr n or hfi smog conditions suspecied of 22 deaths last faL! duplicate n-uur.iJcd Shp wna Jolnrd Acheron l.i to rnerL nilli the Ftlnnle (CQl Ulack Hv hpariro- r, h'li should be wuh Ihe bill 'been idenlifiwl with more in door and j which had doclum and 10 "hSS" lta laid down Ity ,t Thr prfniiei- fr'IAUlnr quolcil ifinis iv-ere I Ho Iht fart vide the army cli; beginning July 0[ te thai Thl! the antly j; phce piranmably JiputcJ Imnoit- in hia solociion for hol- ioL in Ihr American wlplo- icciivr custody young lion bill up immpdiAle ncilon shai ply wlih a 50-0 i'o I the meafuie ihtoush In his referenres to PcnMyl-; IWD weck, ago. vania, p.oj.ct, in g.neral he re-- h I was ,a Ml I, he lo .ird m Ihe houst jn lhc mimi.v R ail. Iht Sovlcl me s.imc approiuiA-. ,d t Thal r conmdcratLOn. jot a ro.tlj rpfropriilion! coin- j guato anii; :ne K recomnieniled Ivvo'ihe PciinsyK'aniii slilc guanl atlcidt to negotiate Doctors rrponed cafti previously n-.nounced ttiit Mrs.i ihinss. or Iho govcrntr. 'in (ht'rold at hMncncss. Jore ar.d.Ir.ci brui.-dic.- Onf u.is chst the araounn iccora-' Question, of conj-.tlucionaliiy' couglij as the putlic health Mrvice signed a statement admitlinfr she-rnenocrt fm all flood cnr.lrol andivci, uy ,1 Rtpub-ican .-ought for ihe day lo .he deslh- Iwn elderlyjiht other w.ls !hai iinoblismcd and Dcmocial in the lower Cham- of! her vc.ilerd.Ty lly c the to the :rca- hill was (nbled. Uolh. howcvn, jlhrct- suiy. Birnci hinted ihai ihr Thn commiuer insjeirJ iln ya over the jnopo-ed In m FV v-J the few cn-' credited supplying lhc initial break in "lonelj" hearts" 5l.iyings. ,T he I State Po'.ict Coi. Herbert Barr.ci. nii.Uce previously nr.nounced ihn llri.i had ihe Unilrd Un Nouh Allanlic Ihfrt have been unofficial rMl- that the fiui ycur of I his project mighl IOM Arhwon A nrwu tonffitriCr he hupei lu tihe bcfaiu lhc cotuniilLe e.'. jioaed droU ol .iruin aid Ir tiuce loctlhct with the loll! umtmnL of I money to lie I ConsEdrtahle urnllriLPnt built'few Ihi! thr Cw.iort hit duel with -ihuie liallerifi, LiJifrtrr arul fUfffred "aouiej'1 Kraact. fltrl hcid much moic Ofli.ni hw lonl. lold i have nol ekcrpt thnt krcpjnx with pftoiti of gov- cinnitnt (n urck peace. Hr> (he bull for xovernmcnt rejection of thfl an oiijecilon lo A river The jimiiLrr the aakfd the Coinmunista to rc- jnildci their denianda (or imnitd- bil Wfinl up f bit iu lermitie if ihe snffocaiion October were by a combina- tion ot smoke and fug. ihe tev.s. govern a rmn nnrl larrr burned and huricd forthi.'woih their hodies M-ilh aid or hot Junr 30 be lelui-nrd menr. agency TO prevetiT in ihe came Iroin CUT tail worn on nnv 1'ioj- rfciiupfce of the Ocrtooni tragedy.'Dolly Thompson Dean, 26-ycar-oid; eels As a result ol the deaths lorn'.cr aid whr> had .ic-' Ix ?aid n oidt-rcd ihe l.'i pn ten1 [.ill the smclieis ol American! conipar.itd Mi--. :o he: u hrlirvrd ro.-Tf w. Stee: Wire Co. wore .iS'faim after an year.. niarh r.cxt year. limited capacity. They operated full) The policf of.'icial Mr.- didn't decline thai much U t FO thai rcfKUinp! Hear., who Itft the Brcnnan fflrm could N: observed m con-' rcCcnMy. lo'A him of "rlranti-r do- r.ection with the ai Ihe Brcneiar. pTaro bn: Dr Rongaiu. Donnra had noi her horough health Qfficer. said thelfcar3 to -he reporlfd by rr-idcnls sne miFht b( harmed, terdav were -like (he ear.y by reporter! piomf d-arirg the -.nop." Doar''5 whcreabo-Jif. Fiid "wr ate cad- of her." borne person, aave soiva flm DOl fcadv the penod of the panieuiary a olhcr ,hDlll .hia niUctint; from ilt. Phwe were ,n i-ulaerabie lasl Ociober- Barnc, .aid she met lillle IOUTI of Webster, juai Acrosj Va.. and Hupo 66 ;he rivrr f.-om Don-' .v. H. through lonjey hear: ora. Prevail e winds blcM' trrrm Dor.ora toward Webster {Confidant m. I'ayc Trnl and ?aid they po; he fill] rffcct oi ihe fiinir? j'tom the zinc pl-ini. The fo: Uvirg. which had n-jkfd iJii- rmment to mane the tfst. held in mcelinj; las; nigh'.. Jfctnacrs .Tciced the second T'l.iee in (he h'e.si Hooper age 5'jccccdir.z "100 well" There, In ihe ground icxlay. was jon-.e talk of aJninji the Waller Wine hell ai 36.S per The mir.etj. who hcrr. ihe rrnmert to call rt ntt hur nn ac-'.irrd 2-> 4 T.ohiith Con I Co V .Yo. :ion MA enl do- Ihcy ucrr in r.-ivnr o[ lliis J codilicjiion of rxis'.inc mililnry i Flep. Krar.cia IK-Adam 11 the draft ptmria propo-rd fcr 'J il'.r are "liroart er.oush" i ailow him lo ihafl all llepuhii- r> UT vii-c Onr of ihr LI.U.-U'S nuHL.nndir A runstiiuiionnl Hep. Homd a. Broivr. look with a provision 10 give the gov-. Claims Germans Treated Brutally Tli e 13 rll I ah c r r 1.0 niinn r.iptcted lo trftrh Ktanfjyiti .it 9 C'. C. Mnddrn. prronil ffi coininand" of [lie British Knr Knti -it (hfj- hetf Lblr lo cor.uc: ImunLil nnrulfrs and AJmli.il '.trn wotiltl .Icinmini! rourir thr tht-n fund? wmLd provided. Similaily. the ho LUC that recapturing u colligat- ed funds would not affect any of the work, citrier. Barnes conimillce. The only exceplions did no: afftcl Pennsylvania. ilycr? ioday dijoyieed. He ri.iid engineers e.slinnte Ihr huuac ac- tion i.1 equivalent lo a 2o per resii- in flood comril lur.d, I "O1" lhr Mnlr and 37 ird rl" P ftl1' f ur Inn in'vuion ftir.d- .or nvrrp nr Kqypl _. i In reply lo K.incr Royc: milil.'ir he n-I.'K rar! 'up In I rift senate foi nil from Ihe I Moth friends and ctllka of ihe I N'orlh Alia 11 tic ncctuily alhanc.: called lor Ihe SUlr dcpiiitmrnt j thr senate foielgn tcJillon.i ruio- lo lay lhr ie-aimament nmns wldr ojien lo Ihe jiulj.lc. Thej their vlewji to reporter. A cnuii iei.HH-.ei ciiiirged- nrd ihe chief pioaeculor Srcrelary of Siale Acheson plans that bruiality and i In n confiUrnliil on ihe ihrcala wrn" used lo Ret confcs- arm- plan brfore I aiona CeiiiiaJif In the Mai-' Hem. committee on medy The [4. Col. Huiioii t-'.j arniinf: of North ACinlir Thr Klli5r to nen.'iie cosl aLoul H.2o'- WO.OOO In Ilielbclnsv [alnr.d, where Ihf candle-Ill mock ui-l fl.at year. Delaili of thr i ent Amrthyil lay axiQ'.J'-.'l Ri r.ls weie he-Id to pet former have kept ircrpl. UMJP-IT- to lalh. And he said; Scnalor tll-Oir uincd ___ .1 MJM would the nnd for-i in Scores The Urime trom Jamci. J. Bailey nF 1'nijil.unjn. Pa.. ON he Aiy n mcoihcr of the U., peace dclcpalti In I1 llhc tinsuer in ni onre. Ho Mid. Al (JI In oluervf t n n. ESTI a i to thn guv- the will 'liurlly tlicrcudcr, the fruvHnnicnt reply in the ulllninumi cont.iln.i nn undu- iimtpr-iiroptiji.il. -Several NtiilonaliM leaders nl- hive Icfi N'aiikliiK. C.eu. Pal out of Nfinklns wr-Unl China cnmmnr.il- Juel bel-Atren 'k'w "Join rtllli jWiOW troop-. Alt nilnor gnvern- [4. Col. Huiioii F.i arniinf: of North A.lnnlir Thr CurL-'irl 16 niilrs. Cvntlniirrt on Pfljjfl four Easy Wii ii Primary Doctors Re-Exam Theories an Ih.rir abom J lhr III! (n.'ior lhc Wofcl. MncJrhnr tni n blunrt team until 11 Jrn Jack Beany Gains In Hooper Ratings 13 Slrikiig Miners Remain Underground j cite nuriCrj. who railed a to aiVged pay feet under- (lary It -i by ''j[ !-ULc. Ilr .H f; Kikcr of :h" i Viiley t'ci'Z.f .ir.Tilcni> S'.T.p Adjuiant t-il A _ Weber nr.d AiJen- triwn. All a: f of rank. The fqilod (o an-nve[ a by II. G. Andrrw-. nl- ic leadf-T. on a-hf.hrr any ?f- lions had hcer. .irldrd rtmi n r.ir.r lhr nalional jjn.iiJ Rojer. instead, read a .-'-cii'-n she bill for u.-e S. h-: It no nr.d the bailey. himself fl.- an ii! .Mjluilcd Ictrer to a jrn- .i'-> That, la investigating 'hi- army 5 handling of the cas? ihe mrichlne of hcijilrx" Ameri  iji -K ha h I'K.l .1: nf nrgailv Itll jiofjllvr. l) of Mi.-. hri nth l..i Ifrr All flr- KIIJ.K1I HY and nd'ii: 21 IflHTl- Ore "-'''T A SCHOOL WORKERS GKT RAISE About I.OOn school r" "T ot Cd .'ever.lh I Andy t i Haiover Womai is 'Pensylvania Molher'UIIMd SSSaSS By Earthquake n.il piorr.ine-.' F thf yiiifh: Th- r, v fijht in nf HP- :iK.r. STT- r: I" S KlniM H. V- r i in the I AT THE HOSPITAL m Mi yes' of n Jan. 3. Affetu.d ?hop. lur.ch and r> tical employe? nnd the iike. Thf board alrO two and s half per ;en'- Negro Tells Why People Live in Washington Slums 60 injured This Should Prove To Be Fateful Day For China Jojic K'ni.r Virk .Ir T .1. N.iri) .iin-f r. .f r I f. "AT: I': 1 21 n. '.irr. vv. p. By J.tMKS ;hrir ,n-1 T sin'l '1' a-oiht: Ml.-. ,r.i i. I.T. ynj ;v0 _A npirn girl RO: up snrt t.y :h. Amcriran Moihrr- ml' ma" n-.or.i- L'itn HfCiTUCP i.-.' r rflr. ?A A_ -h. IMll STHMMST D1KS HtNlllbn H- 'o -A r v lo'< :h" T.i'-y. Ir.d t 'in oJ Wa.h. Tt-." war n-.iVi-; a o-j rs lii'-d. 4.V :h' 1 irnn- I ir.f.on. of :h- .'.urr... :r CMy M-v  Anrf ih' 1 i' n iJi rxl ".ir :n mlP... :.im M: Bwc' ald Sr.iporr.v 111- a'.- The ministry mid it al- Thu rd thai v. ly in f a: Ar.go: Kl m e re i rutmn r.Piro (Confirmed o ai jiaid pol.lioi ard r.'.1. j Anzelcj Cflrcepcion of a J t.y flt Tr.v r> I. iorilAr.i7frf j x'.f.r.r. m alro InoV Alier M.iy. 2i3 Piclt i Thr 5in'f 711 Ornrijt r diw.'i ai of Flnjrr JH M-tin. r.iirAl ;r -AorM CMns iirdfr .illark DrAkf ho'.r[ i sr.'I s.l i.iher'ard PAliin.i rarro'J, 913 I 1 JP. (Con II Jr. R. D 1. Birth A a: n. ir. Mr ard Mr.v William Will Noflh Side Slar Kou'.f. llici.   

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