Derrick, August 7, 1948


August 07, 1948

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Derrick (Newspaper) - August 7, 1948, Oil City, Pennsylvania TOE OIL OTY (PA.) DERRICK. SATURDAY MORNING. AUGUST 7. i Met OfLMtStuU fit TL! V amOUBWd dwwi lus i ear u ot Bnvloua cMipanble U rtorthHieri gw rayaltlu, oUer optraliBg ttftff lalinaate and than feOral 'its on total- IB >.ba period iklai auf- aad J IB- tarlit and aad tank earnlBgs. nre this aad lut utaLtd itMJM Ijaattna of Lane ir for Iwt JM473 Body of Soldier ToArriveAnf.10 endH June l cttvol'lli'a Incoent of CVBIBUT "U .1 vttk lUttMl tni- U rrovt Tauiaday altirioon IB tht iOMBUir fvMral komt with Rev. O. oflleltUng. liter- it will IB Ortvt Hill Tbt mirabin o! tat FiancU B Check For School Fond Presented iStamp Program Usteil For Here mmm m i DIAL 1-1227 for eltoof Ntwejt thing for junior art tvvo perfect skirts for date dnwing whistles. lighi grvd A. (left) Black faille with three gold belt- Taw on wide "Whistle Waist-band." Sizeg B. Irigfitl Town and gathered the way 'round. Side pockets, bias bound belt tabs on wide Whistle Waist btnd. Red and Green. Wine and Green, Wine Blue. Siiei 9-1? II ME COMPUTE MUCTrON Of NEW IACX-TG4CHOOI HOUSE! rw MUTI wear, cream atttt .white Mtl colon. v mwn e... Wtiww Hrmsf ronq-Lollier Inc. Prluhard rail, No. 4M, will In charge of military ttrvlcti at grave. church, li ihowi U the above photo receiving a chick from rector of thi ioelily, Paul .NelHn, of Ihe Holy ummlttw In ohjrge of ttt drive, of Nin-e iKlny of tht church, a girt tilth Robert Kari wu iht chair fund from mtmberi October U; Roufb Ri4- I en. October 28. Will Rogeri, Novtmbtr I; Port BIIU. t: klolaa MiehMe'.. A list of r.tx posllje stimpi ap- proved for during tr.e re- mainder or IMS. lOj-e'.her dale of ihe first day of eale ef itch for Oil City. re cased last ntih! bir 16. gjny her 20; American Turner! ioclety. 22; and Chandler 10. en aaalveriiry, plared on WotinftwuK Workm At Prefer AFL Union "i Btivir. Pi Aug. Tht this eitj', AugUJ! 7: William National Labor Helallont board in. Whitf. August I; L'r.ned Slates- [hlt We.Unghou.e Cor, Scott August lu. lo Touth, Aujujt 1C; Ore- gon Territory. 16; Harlan fske Augiis: 26; Palomir Mountain Observatory. Aue'Jit 31; Barton, September 8; Poullry c4 for representation by AFI. Internttlonil Brotherhood Elec- trical Workers. A previous election had been protested by the IBEW The union won Ly a vote of K5 to J1S On May 11 another NLRB- conducied reiuliid in lodutlry. September 15. Gold Strr September 22. 2H-266 tie. Bat IBEW claimed thai Fon Kearney. Stpicmbtr M; Vo'.-lwii etiaible employe bid not been unuer Firemen, October 3; Indian permitted Republican Picnic! At Hasson Park Attended by 300 Ihl Hoiy Mian toclely would Mr ther In ifforli IB imlsilnc the check m'ere received in a driva parish In reaching the goal let In ucted recently by the society. 1 the'erhool fund drive. The wu made) A sr.or1, business meeting folkw- Thursday night at t dinner meeting .attended by memfeeri of the society 'in iht church batiinent receiving Ihi check, Father Approximately HO and gutati of Vinango County Re- Bubllcu attended thi tllrd UBUI) plenie of orfan- teatlea which wai h'ald Trldav avaaJBf In HUKB park. Dinner atrvtd at o'clock aad the prefrant tamfMtA In 'loan. IM M chair. the TrttjdoB Tialn commit- :M and Attorney WlUlta Brwne wtra Uu priBClpal aptakira for the dinner program. committee In charge of the dinner included the following: Rob- ert Karg. r. P. O'Brien, J. Cotter. folly r.iponn-td, thanking the mem- W. Hlbbard. F, Btlcnner, William of tht BOclfly and all In Eiaenman tnd T, Hinds. Othtr ptakna Includid. Nor- man J. Pajrne, J. G. Payne. J. E. Cunningham and Harold R Clark, county chairman. Dr. Edward Kuhlrnann. pastor of Ib Franldin Man, 73, Falls From Roof Albert H. Brandon of 111 Second avc.. Franklin, 73-yaar-old carptn- received Injuries when hi fell epproilmilely 40 feel from (be roof of a Friday aornlng. Attlndanli at thl Franklin hos- pital where he wu admitted amid his condition IP "good." Hi ll tuf- farlng from a fractured collarbone nd several ribi, laceration of thl hiad. The mishap ihortly 10 o'clock Friday morning wntn tarptnter workEnr on a roof of a dwrlllnf aionf Hlll.ide U li reported that he from top roof and tried to catch hold on the roof leiow. but landed the ground, a fall of utir.y 40 feet. CHARGES REDS NOW OPERATING SCHOOLS IN U. S. Inm Ftft Oft) veiled within the put few days bow the Communists actually aeiiei cltlei and proclaimed revolt tht recent shooting of Palmlro Tofllattl. Budenx eaya that Eugene Dtnnli and William Z. Foster, under Indictment, ipread tht Motcow line here In .Dennii li quoted aa telling a Chicago meeting "to bt prepared. Hope Lutheran church the Invocation. Daring the bujlneu of- flclali of the itresied nttd of the committee men o .d woman to have rnldenti ot Ihe (county regliter for the November t'eetlon. In order to vole, residents r.uit be reglslertd on or btfore September 11, It wu announced. It wu itatttf that pelltlonj. r. quiring 100 ilgnaturei, requesting the commjsajoneri of the county lo 'ft a tpeclal rtglitrallon dati for llle Cberrytree. Rouse- i and Emt--ton. are being elr r-lattd IB ihV comm'mitl. t. III reglstratloB' will held la Oil City and Frtnklla on August 31 and September 1. Mr. Clark, at the concluion of meeting, -resented each ..vest with a booklet, tatitlid, "Good describing Uit n easily ot voting ui carrying out of other important dutlea by ciiiitni heir county and country. A baked him and fish dinner A-U ttrved to tho group. Mr. Clark -wu usliied by Helen McKinney, Ir ne P. LeltM and If the United States the war Mrs. EHcabeth V. Teeter. on the of Great Britain, to turn Other cor..r' members are: 'the Imperialist war Into a civil war Mn. Guy Whitehill. Mrs. Ralph Trolly, Mri. Eliiabeth Perrlne. itrs Lotta B. Wheeler, Mrs. Irene Un. Isabella Campbell. Jlrs. Reva Payne, lira. Myrlle Foley, Mrs r -h Harlman. Mrs. Weaver Shankey. MM. Ver- onica Warchollc. Mri. An- thony. Mrs. Robert Lynch. Mra Robert Johnson. Mrs Uerrle Ste- Haupt. Mri. Lyle Adami, Mn Maude Lyford, Mrs. W. G. Cron. Jlrs. Ethel Scbmeltier. Mn. Hit- tie Masters. Mri. .e Toy, Mri. Helen C. Porterfleld and MM. E. Hill. JEEP TRUCKS FOK IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Wilryi Truck Wittyi 4 Wheel Drive Picfcup Wilry, 2 Wheel Drive Pickup Obituary Jttptr Maxwell Jamil Jasper Maxvell. AI, wtll former resident of Ntw Bethlehem. Clarton county, dltd Thursday In the Memorial hospital, Morgamown. W. Va. Death nil iltrihuted lo a heart attack. j Mr. Maxwell was bom Aujtult 13.1 in Mlolv The son ol and' Mice Maxwell. Whill a reiiden: or NIK hem. he wae the commander cr tht Niw Bethlehem American Legion PCS-.. He a'.so a n.e-riber of Ihe Elks :oJge and Misor.ic lodge of that corr.iv.iT.lty. Mr. a member of the New Bethlehem Presbyterian v'hurch. He Is lurvivtd by one son. Ken-1 :ieth of Dayton. Ohio, ind the brothers and lit- :erj: Thomas G. Maxwe'.! ef Ar- nold: VValttr I. Maxwell 0[ Clar-: ion. R. D. 2: Mrs. W. D. Bell of Butler and lira. Willam Kerr of Clinton. turrlvlng one grand- son. The bc-Jy haa removtd to '.he Jtr.klni fjnerel home In Gar- ion, r-jr.tril tertlcei irii; be an- nounced. Try Ad fo UTS T1ADE NOW Yevr OU Tiret Are Worth SPEC.AUY TRIPNCL..; Ekti OB Cfty. ra. NEW CROWD RECREATION HALL CUJbED FRdM THK6 IMPROVED BUCK. ROBDs 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 merobir: 'Be OB your ton for a situation where you might have to take a' decided Hind on behilf of Soviet Russia If the United Etates li In- volved In the war on the sldl o! Great Britain." Ton don1! have to believe Budeni though hit reports have not Dtin sutctutuUy countered mnce ht left ihe party- to knou- that this ii thi line of Internatioml com- The Canadian espionage e an example of how, for operation by her tnvoyi abroad, Russia a paral- underground and Illegal opera- tion. Tito found that he could not put nil own country first and retain the approval of the com- munlit International. There le point beyond which even Ihe broadeit Interpretation of tht American Bill of Rights will not itretch to cover such business, even though it masquerades under gulae of a raformiit political party- SATURDAY EVININC DANCES AND SUNDAY DINNUS AT NOON Mr MtfaVMt., BVN to tom iff to ps mi kNps lap I UgkudwrrbtbaoBmri gSearell en tate of dtiBEBf. wftk too tkt boistr bowls all imitd by pksea tt a fxclti kiulMK m4 ixeBrflBrietaalli ttt right FINK APPLIANCE IJTTi ST, FKANKUN PHOW 257 Enjoy Life OtjrTnretl tit] and manafe rite HMM afe fcrinU ef "talcing life Come in let ui rell fen how we be Bervke. TheFirstNationalBankifOilCity