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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' iMjcxlrail'. jonm MI ana iA-ir. uil, UiY (PA.) DERRICK, WEDNESOAV MOKNJNG, MARCH 30. J949 The reculullon uoulj Britain wai prevenied in ATTENTION' VETERANS! It you nol liken (rilnljic under tnt IV I KB LU M once luu- in spring Marling now. Plj.r Cub rftlr.l tion- FAl'L J. RENNARD SpUni! Mem. Apl. Hhdt It hvi Venango No 2i5. T.O.O.F..J the ol a meeting lait Aqab-. iirjl nlphl, i'cct-s. Lilt following of- James Ulller, noble grand: Harry S h u f f 11 11: vice-Brand; Archie Morrli. third member of the it commit lee; W. II. Counsel- man, Uutte6 for 16 monlrii; R. K, Cirier, to grand W. B. CounselmHn, repre- sentative to Wayilde Inn; H. H. Fidler and C. 8. Kendrtck, ientaiivie la r art h west awo ela- tion. Tht rew 'iffieen will be Installed 12 by dittrici deputy fcrind hitter. Aided Brooki of Eo.len- ton, arid bis itaff. The Vrnar.go lodge will confer ,ihe Inflatory degree upon a clui jot candidatei from Franklin and Venus en April 5. ''Vr-ati Obituary Good Hope Church Will Hold Service Mld-werk Lenten tervlcei con- tinue (a each Wednesday evinln; in the Good Lutheran church. Weil at Pel role um u., of which Dr. Edward Ki'hlmann the 'pulbr. Under the 'general theme of "I Heard the Voice of Jetui Say" a of light l-xrUeu mcdlUlloni S. Blair ________ Kurersl ifrvlces for s'lf presentM bv the pastor? Blair of HcClintockvllle were con- ducted 2 p. m Tuesday In the family home wllh J. W. Strut- man, putor erf Ihp Church of God, officiating. Interment was In Suneel 1II1I Memoria! Park wllh the Walter Ferran, I Each morxl Fred Mock IB the retiring noble ifrand of lodge. The BelU, node, a Gehr. Arthur fjrahacn. Evan Boyei l fiier.dd ol the ACCORD ON ARMISTICE Minjr precioui memenii due to and inaccunti euMfi rtxovtrtd by ptyiitf ii ii for x new lulovj al Klivani KLIVANS ItWELRY CO. 1U Serxcm St. 311 IStlt St. OU Chf (torn troopi to a bit .of the idjarent to Aqaba and aiked Cor a t (dye I Ion of Eriilih forces. Vitditlon of Truce Charted In k report lo the U. N. lecurlly council. Bunche jild Iirael, Trant- Jordtn and Britain all violated the by Bending rein- forcementi lato (he area. Britain and Tr ins-Jordan aft tiller (Chrlilop'Qtr P. UayhAK, Brlt- undtriecratary for foreign af- falri. told (he of dtccased aerved u hoj.oniy pall CharioUe and Dorothy Clan Kitchen, Bleele end Violet P.ode. Thoia who atlsnded ft Dm cut or (.own Included; ifr ar.d Mri. Blair, Mr. and Mn L'raif Blair, Mr. acd Mrs. Blair, Mr. ami Vrj M. W. I-each, Mr and Mn. Bovreraox. Mr. and Mn. Etr] Bartttli and family and Ji BiTileU oT Beth'.them; 1 ind Mri. Bdgar Biair of Rlc burg; and Mn. Truman Mather, of Polk. Mr. John lervlce efferj a made Chrltt as H? was on Hli way the Garden of Gelbeemane to Cal- vary and the cross. Al the service tblj evening Chrlat rill bt preiented klsruinj: for trial; before Ihe repreaen-l taiive of (he Roman government in! Pilate la queitlnninf; i Jraut relative to the charge ma-Je sgaimt Jllni Ly the Jewa lhal j aaptrcj to Rome ttmporal powrr that might provt danueroui to' Itome. Chrlit ar.twered him, "My Klnif-1 dam li Not of Thlj This of Chrlet will he the of Dr. Kuhlmann's at' (his Mrvlce. Special will be offrred. LITTLE IIC TO Jo Ljra lliOMJi. findi trnle Falmqulil's mlnlalure bLi top at Blore u faMrlDzllDf u the bif elrcu. It hu 5M inimali, HI vizconi ao4 3H pcrforaen. Thd tolol-t of the evenlnjf will It- Mlaa Gene Paraonn and ihc -JL-..I ling, "How Beautirul Upon the Mountains" by Knrklnn. An Ulumlr.aled, life-sized palm- Two Youths Held By Police in Ohio Two youths who rented to return Dolan to Fianklln and It U likely that army auchorltlea will be noLlflrd and take action re- garding Bean. Says Communists i m I To creat Were Ordered To te' The IB nice at o'clcefc !them into Sugar ciefk arc In written lUtement Tueoday Britain Is challenging Bunche'c report that Britain violated the Kunera) for John Jar-j'nd ine public It invlied. iukl ot 1C Harold it. who died at' a. m. Tuesday In the funeral home with Rev. Griffith, JAilstanl paxor iiT To W. R. of St. held by O. police, according Businessmen Holdj Civil War Varied Program to the Franklin police. j Fifly.Hve Tliey are: Charles Ivan Dolan. 15.1 annual "Ladlei Nl New York, 'March 29 A I government witness at com- munist conspiracy trial tealifJed today the U. S. Communist parly d To Seek Changes la Govt. Operation PiilUdelphli, March 29.- W) Hundreds of prominent U, 8. citizens buided lofettoer today to flgbt for change i IB orgulutloc and operalioB of the government. Formation, of the commlLLfe wn anoouoctd by the chnirmtn, Dr. Robert L. JobnftOn. prctidfat cj Temple 'jnlveriLty. He Mid lionwids group will ieek 'lar-reacb- Ing, enduring The committee, wid Dr. Johnwn, li "euentifclly educational and ewt a "Our whole purpose IT to let people A.nd the will underitand ihe will of the people." Dr. J ohm on told a confer- ence he accepted the chairmanship of (he coramlLtee at. the personal request of President Herbert Hoover, ;vhoje already hat lubmltted to congress recom- menditipaVfor channel la thi fovercment. Their dual objrct: To iluh federal to 10 ml 11 lor, a day." To create an efficient government to the needB of >a great, aaa compiei: nation. 'do not aald Dr. Johnson, "the reconimendallons of the Hoover commlision to gather duit en the of congreai. The At Grange Meeting JLau'rence Edward_ Bean. 18. no ad- dress, reported to bo AWOL from the U. S. array al Chanute Field, truce. He laid a security, council fnlerment In Illll--------------, reiolutlon calling upon (ha "au- cemetery wllh the (allowing al lSt meeting of Ihe Cran-! Ihorltlei concerned" to avoid lenrt- fighting personnel Into Pales- tine and the Arab slates during the rfase-flre did not apply to Britain Roy Stanley Fedorek, Hindi. Ctrl oon. Ed Ward and Ed Ktrguion. who attended ftvm oui of town included: Mr. end Mrv Ed- ward Korm of Wlerlon, W. Va.; Mr. and Un. W. 3. Smith of Ttmngi- town. O., and Mr. and Un. J. B Sailth of Trenton, N. J. John F. John Frederick Rayfcuck. ST. ft! Bmlenton, R. D., died auddenly at a. m. Tueaday In hit home. The of the laU Jonu and KHubeUi Brovr-n Raybuclc. hs was horn December T, 1S1J8, In Clarion county. Surviving are hli Urllla Rayhuck; nine ohll- dren. Richard of Knox, Carl ol Medina, 0., A mold at Emlenton Otis, DinleK Robert. Thehna and Doris at home, and lira. Ida Lerch of Curllsvllle; 13 an fCTir1t; Ihrouch a A lltUs pet uld> vefk n II; mfan future for Tttn and jour famlk. vou enjoj lUlnt; wllhom the burdrn nf rnntlnnM] financial ItenW what ran. and Ie4 Mvtari Ve jour nmhrrlu Monna comr! TheFirstNationalBankofOilCity OilCiry, PJ. Ertabtiihed 1863 Membai Ftd-rjl CtxporiHon Attention, Farmers! Advertise Yoir Auction In The Derrick- Blizzard Want Ad Section and Be Assured Of WOLF'S HEAD LUBRICATION wtth aMormnco al oar ttarlofi for omjf.ttr larw Gr.Ij ttt fliwtt inslor and mnhltwi who have the -know hnw" te 4o Jxd rliat are your ot bcttw irlvlni. Wolfs Head Service Station Cemtr of ind E. ZittJ Sh. DIAL 7-3691 CARS Crowd The More Bidden Tht OIL CITY S-1227 TITUSV1LLI FRANKLIN 181 CLARION 249
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