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   Derrick (Newspaper) - April 25, 1949, Oil City, Pennsylvania                                tvtry win at PYRAMID. but thty can be using want ads. Dial 5-1227 THE OIL CITY DERRICK. ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE THE ORGAN OF OIL MEMBER AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATIONS Hie Weather. Fair today and milder in after- noon. Increasing cloudiness and not so cold tonight. Showers and milder Tuesday. Sunset. 8.08 EfUbKariedin 1871. No. 26.424 14 PACES OIL CITY. PA.. MONDAY MORNING. APRIL 25. 1949 H PAGES Five Early Resignation Of Navy Secretary Appears Probable Defense Chief's Order To Halt Super-Carrier Construction May Cause Sullivan To Quit Post, Friends Of Secretary Declare FOESREADITO GIVE UP FIGHT See Little Chance Of Stopping Bill's Patuge By ERNEST B. VACCARO April The navy'i slapdown in its effort to build a vupei-carrier be the lut for John L, Sullivftn. The prospect of early lecretAry of the navy waj increased today. Sullivan was But he is known to harbor grave doubts whether he can itay. He is understood to desire a heart lo heart lalk with President Truman before final decision. The navy Kcrelary, White House laid, had diccussed reaignfclion with Mr. Truman some weeks ago. but had been persuaded Lo consider further. The order to ttop work on the 8S .000-ton carrier was piled on other- condition! lo which he La said lo object. The development came .t a lime when President Truman was bend- ing every effort la find suitable for C. Royal! who teslgtied last weefc as of the army. CaUer For Secretary of Defense Johnson Is hiingang considerable pressure to hear on Curtis ErnC5l GaWer. y ear-old utility executive. In the of getting him lo take the army pcsi. Calder, one-time president of the Teiaa Power and Light Co., and chairman BOW of the board of Elec- iric Bond and Share Co. in Ne York, was direclar general ot Ihe Waihinglon. April last major barrier lo fin A! passage of a vail housing program appeared to be crum- bling today. A leading houre opponent indicated foes may ie about ready to call off the ight. Rep rVh BATHE HEARS ON m PACT Union Polky Group Meeti Today To Draft Demuick For New Contract Communists Close Trap On Nationalist Troops as house Icoil banking cliair- Solon Wants Answer To Arms Commitment If Treaty Is Approved By JACK BELL WashmBlon. April Senator Byrcl (D-Vft.) Secretary of State Acheson today if a senator can vole fc SOth man in ihe Repiiblican-cOTcrelled nortn AlUnlic security trealy without him led the year, said -I don'i, be able lo >iop ill congress I ihifik we u now." "Ic sliH looks like socialism Lo i nier" he laid a. reporter. the 57 10 13 volt by which ihe senate i approved ihe biJJ Thursday Js a I little too much 10 combat. I doii'i know Thai we are going to try lo stop it." Showdown KipecLed A showdowti in the prob- ably will occur in two ,we cits. The measure au- thorises a far-flung tium clearance program construction In six ye a re of low-rent pubJIc housing imile. It orovidea also for term housing pro- By SORMAN WALKER Washingion, April i gram, and for housicg research. mnual contract battle between! Here's how it would work: .var production board in 1913. Some White House- officials expressed doubt whether Calder could be per- suaded to become secretary ol nrmy. but Johnson was reported to be holding out hope that will The aame unquotable by name, said Johnston's order yetter- day halting work on the super- rarrier likely was "ihe straw thai hroke the camera back" In the case of Sullivan. doesn't want to came to ihe navy Sept- 3, 1939 but he is known to have told intimates, that hij poailion been made untenable. These sav he WBJ noL consulted vhcn the adminliUalion proposuls for amendment of the armed forcea unification act were drafted for consideration by con- greie- The? add he ibandon- (Cottimttfd 09 John i ownrrs is about lo begin. and soft coal mine j i. The federal government would' provide up to ipport a foreign iimi program. j Byrd, a chief economy advocate in congress, told a reporter would like lu fw ratiflca- Ion of Lhe riiy agreement. I BUL he taiJ he u IIOL now favor-! ably Inclined .otraid Ihe tlale de- jar.mem's io supply II.- 30.000.0CO In military equipment In he next ynr !o ihe II which ihe asteemenl ilonp wilh the L'nltrf Acheson'j ai ,ucr may be of' piime Impoiiar.ie 11 the prepttei tn (Xosldci the tiealj'j wilh qitfttlnni Alkrd In Lrttrr In. a lelvrr la Acheron, ihe Vlr-! fin Ian coucheJ hlx gueaiioru. In these leuiu: "Does the nonh Ai.anllc 11 proposed, commit Ihis ei- pressly. imji'.iedly or morally lo TEST IS NEAR ON LABOR BM Federal School Aid AUo Due For Showdown In Congrwi Thii Week By WILLIAM F. AJIBOGAST Washington, April >f the Truman The United Mine Workers' up to haj called hia iOO-min union policy 810.000 o flun to help flMc committee to meet here tomorrow. Truman uinta l.OfiO.000 Juch units The session will decide on demands) for a new contract lo succeed the1 present Industrial agreement due to e.xpire June 30. Thpre have been advance [lions these may include lequeale. for doubling the 20-eents-a-ton rcyalty for the UMYV health and welfare! fund, a ihorter work week and a plin, J Lewis his kept quiet uaual. But Thomaj Keonidy, UMW vircl ruldcDt, haa let 11 be knowa DJon will, seek a., ihorter workLU cri, geared lo declining con sump-' lion- Kennedy diacloted Ihoae plans to delegates at an International tabor Continued on Pagt Man Is Arrested After Wild Auto Chase in Franklin FORMER CITT MAN IS SLAIN new labor bill and'federtl aid lo education congresj Ihls week. The hojic. fresh from a 10-day Piaster recea-f, for the expect- ed -vertja. wceklong slugfest over fui nisli to ihe mrmber na- ilons of Ihe pact by ihe senate nny commnnlcatlans been had Llh these nations which would oeate ihe of a moral cbligailon lo supply irmi icpT-' of the Tafl-HnH-jupon ipprnval of the pact and. H icnatc. during the I Achi-son'a reply 10 Byrd'a Hues- week, will tackle the education is certain lo have meaaure under which Ite Kovern-'lnf clfeci on senate consideration menl would provide WOO.000.000 ajof both Ihe Ueniy and Ihe arms have organization meeting in Pittsburgh Thursday. He also wid the UMW will see a better division of work among the miners. To Fua4 Jupravrmcnt Concerning ihe possibility of in- created royaJtlej for Ihe health welfare fund, Kennedy taid the union will seek an "improvement." in Ihe fund "as the circumstances William of Polli. R. D. 2. WM arrested by Patrolman Harry Storm ol Ihe Franklin police department and lodged in the city Jail on a charge r being drunk and disorderly, fol- lowing a wild automobile chR5e horn Thirteenth and Liberty sis. to Victim Of Holdup In Colorado; Boy BamfiU Held Thomas Uulvihill, it. well known former rejijenl of this cily rinA veteran ot World Wars I and II, died 5 o'clock Saturday after- noon in 3t. Mary's hospital Pueblo, Colo., of purahoi pounds Deceived in an attempted holdup which oc- year to help the eiat-i run school-. The Irraty must The labor haLUe In the approval of tenalots vol- I oveithidowt mod other congtfi- The prel.mlnarlei tamoi- row with a cf all bquM RcpUbllcani. Tht main bout ffeta under on the house floor day. Eipcctcd During By the end of the week a vase Is OF CHINESE COMMUMRT GAINS AFTKK 8IX MONTHS atru el nkow territory mttnOtt bj CcBinuilsIa III all M (.'mmunltt ainnkt e4- ttmm Tin [tor riser. It till amUi Com- anunlsU anoved into think frMi taws nnrlh; tktlr of Ctanf- ckui, UM October, wa. the flnl wtor nUratene. Armi tenelt locale of v m CoBsmufllvt Ikrealcni jS anel Hamjiow, ESCAPE ROUTE FROM YANGTZE LINE CUTOFF Shanghai Expected To Be Taken By Without Fight By Shanghai, Monday, April 25 Communitt irmiei walked into undefended Nan- king yeilercUy and today ihul A trap on 300.- 000 [MaLiunaliil be- tween Shanghai and Hang- chow. Red troopi, ruihing south- aid after their croising of the hypissed Shanghai find ciplured KiahliiK. viial Junc- tion ctiy. in ,.lA3h toward (lit ItR. At Kflahlng, U mllei jouthwesl of Lhli Uijteal Allan city, the Com- munioLi cut tha I ail rail rouie for retreating governmfrvt 11oops pulling back on the hlg pcrl of Hinffchow. 100 mllrj lauLV of 3har.fi.ia.. ghai nay aV (liven Up Uied Preii Flood Ihe feeling wni g amonf Shanghai's 000 InKnblunlJ thai the fcreni com- mrrclal city would given up to Ihc lleda w.lhoui A fight. CoMr.hutlnfl lo feeling, were Ihric Fuels: With mil lines cut. evacuation by wai the only certain escape left for Iroops la curred Sunday evening. April 17. La become effective. Tht arms .wUl bolh'hcu.Ffa. AchMon nay bavt a ready an- awer for Byrd. icportidly touch- ed on the very jutted of iena- torial comn.llmenL In A private ap- pearance Thursday the sen- nle foreign conmlt.ee. acconli nt lo word, rrheduled on whether the adminis- tration bill or tht Wood substitute meuurt goea to the Mnate. The administration bill would re- peal the Taft-Harlley act and re- inslate ihe old Wajner act permit." He Jld iiot elaborate. ;last nlPhL i anoiher indication thai miners; Ur- HulvihiH died from gur.rhoi are thinking In lermi of a, ahorler! woundi auftwed a ago when three boy barditj accosted him on hue v-iih Aome wked by Mr. work week, the UMWs dialrict 2 wtriL on record] Friday in AUoona, for "a seven-hour day a.1 eighl- ho-jr pay." That recommendation -A'ill be made to the policy meeting tomorrow. District 1 embracec II a In Pueblo, ac- The B'jbatitute bin. offered by llep Wood would repeal the Talt-Hartley law, at Icart by name, hut It would retain many ot Lhe T-H fraiuiea and rewrite some i olhfrs. In advance of Mral- _____ huddle of Republican house central Pennsylvania counties charges agaicul at leut une of Lhej mcnibrrv GOP leaders ihey cordrnp to an Associaied Press patch received from Colorado. Riley R, Cloud, assistant district! attorney, .said he will file murderi 40.0XX) coal minera. I boys, 16. who admitted firing the party to line up rather Ihe Twin Chnrrhrs on Bully Hill aljone p. m. Saturday, according Whatever Lewis may ask, at leist ?ur' Two companiofis behind Ihe Wood bill, or ,nc industry t he Ihe police. A charge of reckless driving and possibly olhcr charges of violating the molor code will be filed againnl Cmelead before AtdrrmAn Paul F. Brdford today, the police stated. Patrolman Storm saw a car diU- rn by Umstead slop for a trairic lipht ir.d noliced the car had 1945 licence plates. When Patrolman Storm attempted lo approach t'nej car, Umatead put the machine ,n, icverse and eluding ihe ficrr drove on LiberLy si. Palrolman Storm commandeered being held in jail. Cloud ine Irio has H butanes [lion, wan'j to get the barffalninff1 Pueblo. Coud Uu.vlh.U (he bojJ learned y southern Democrats are ti- to fo along with the Uepub- iConttHBfl on Four stew) hcar.s. One prominent southerner reporter: -We have enough voles to save Tall-Hartley Joy Co. Reports Gain in Face Pa. Solons Aiming At Adjournment Apr.28 Byrd li not a of It. Achcson made ro slalfmcnt Itr the meeting, but. a commillri; mcmhtr. Senator Smith told reporteri Ibal Acheion had! his that i vote for pact would not commit tKel senators to for Iht arrni pro-! r D i i i Byrd'i Ir.Ucr n.adt no mtn-1 in aignt for Pcnniylvania t lawmakcu. tlon of thla. OUbera Hall Similar Vlrv I Tn his approach lo Ihe double- harnltd forflun diy or Iwo I By LEONARD A. UNCER April earlieit Bcijaurnment in 20 April 28 i> (he drile icnMlivcly filed for the end of ihe 1949 :jjion which itarled Jmi. 4. The dale, however, miy be pushed1 had launched thtlr represents in viewpoint (Cemtittvrd en rayc Walkout Ordered At Packard Plant cope wilh VO___.-___- carrying no money. Thi boy tron, major cr.anrc. We may Jusl ihtH the gun. however, claims j r.ame.11 Mulvihill made a lunge for him and! _ Republican prr-j ithe fan went the AP disp.ilch lh.ll ..we have enough reported. j pis, lh, Wond hill." j A ion of thi late T. J. and Mary' Administration Coiilldent Mulvihill. he bom April 10, lendm '1901. In Oil City. i con fide r.cc tl-.e v.il; wind Pillabureh. April U. Joy i lc> nrnvinit Manufacturing Co. todav reported'5evffl yfara slightly hijher prolita "for a jil- hy thC 1OCa' Detroit. before the and ter.ate, weehs ago, Ihe .a resolution fixing April lo ad- Joum finally. The resolution Hill In Ihe bands of the house rules eommillee wilh action eip-cled abnul Wednes- day. Rep. ChJrlps H. Jr.. committee chairmaft and house IU- i publican ludfr. laid the atalus of iprlnlir.R problfrr.i in the middle of April a-W-rio rtrcide Ihe queillon. a ot legislation ill American Mother Of Year Is Named ed AulnWorkerj I.oca! .00 ordered ja at mldnlph! Motor Car Cc ne IhnuiLand v.-nri> mi; lo Colorado; u _ a like llr .Mulvihill KM lht wriucn by Int labor month period Ma and! TCoule ft to the lop of Ihe Forced lo slow down by an- other car Ahead. Umslead eluded Patrolman Storm when he attempted lo approach the car Avera srarage and drove the i Railroad He con'anued his aa- aociaiion with the railroads he moved wul. and At the time Ha ;alw volume of coal .........0. nia deaih. employw! hy ihe The company manufactures a I Santa. Fe Railroad continuous mining machine which i Mr MulvihiH was a member of committee which Mr. Trumin wants. They conceded A hard The ulrike l-y rnr a meellnjE of 2XtW In Detroit lo Vhe walkout was vptnl R msjs mee-Unir ullendF'l h1-' -nimi Adjournment by the fnH of Ihe would hf Ihe rallies; !oi iciruinr jefl.'inn ?ince ISWO Ihe sMembly up April 18 Tfti Jaw T1'KKM of prohlrm- GiQ. dcfenM mMider of tht Xanking-flhtng-htf- HmfchoiA- end oiher offlclnlJ. Is at the Junction of the Soochow way. Earlier the look Kun- chun. 3D RiLlrs west of ShinghAl. culling ihe NAnklnjc-Shflnghal rail- way 20 fi.llei CAIL of Goochow. An- olher short Unit! Ktiblng and Suchow. WW.gws In Acllnn Capture of K.ijhlnf eul earlier ic ports from Asaoclalcd Pre.-Mf Correspondent Seymour Top- n Nanhdif who nW the ficds .mblllouj en- Irapmenl maneuver. reiwrled more than 30.QCQ NRllona.lst Iroojn who fled NnnkLng Saturday already had been captured on their way IT J f n rgchow. Toppl nff'n re port pi t- aumjibly came from Red wurce.i. The Reds were slid 10 W0> the Churches U instead s car hJi a culvert as it turned into the driveway at the knuuuA i MulvihiH_____ ______. at jisdesipned Jo mine two tons of Sacred Heart rhuixh of Pueblo. minute, H was first i member of the Amer- atrated laat December and thi pMn Legion m that Colorado cily. company received many or-: He I" survived by one son. Thom- ders. including ;ome from foreiifn'as Mulvihil! of Cnicago- A.so jur- Mr. Mulvihill are Ihe J. D. A. Morrow, president oTj'11? siiTers and brothers: Mrj. A3.cc ahead. The the labor Thf i-enaie lU t.ike up i Ralph Urban. 100 T ihp hon.ee I "ThU la our to New April year-oid mClher who mlMd childrfn of hrr und helped educiii right othrrit nxmeH InnlRhl BS American molhtr of thf year. Shr EH Mn Pwrle Owrnn (ii'.'ni. .1 liny. Kentucky-horn voman, lh.( lr I nf a podli.1 work- Hu: ni'-r of prohlrm.- ?.ill con-j rr In Forth Worth. TPI thr M senators and 203 Saw- A -tionp hrllrvcr In hrr ihutfh ,-n.ixeis lr. the Onr at lhe: in ihr world of music, aht hijircv. what :o do chinj-j helped educate family ir; Ihr 1M7 local lax law now far-fiunn ficldi Thf passed a Mil lo ficmpl coal and o'.her ralitml I learning on f'offi to the cor-sideration of (Conlitiutrl on Pigt Fi't] 1 There WSF no Imnr-dLa :mer.l from the company n lernational union. offlccir vilhoul lr rr farm nr.d pif.ducts In any form and rt-tvlcti. utilities. 1 ynf bill lefenrrt r0use nunlclpal eorpom of i a Mrn. wan cho.-en mother of Moth rommiltrf it-r Pale rourdat.on. of tt, hontir, w-ill Berserk Farmer Kills Two; Dies In Blazing Home K.iii. Apri! 31 As fflimrr hcr.'erk early today and '.itilly Jihoi A nhcilff Rnrf deputy, .in'i difd In the fUnieJi that AUnrnry John Zniph trporierl. Zruph j-ilrt thr faTnici ftiio shot nd hounekfcper. lolher-In-liiv.1 and a r.flphbor. irr in a In fair How- fcrnr lo yort( 3 lo a.tf Brother of Slain Girl Questioned English Tots on Candy Bender as Ration Ends "NO HUNT AND PECK SYSTEM" wns !o sell Ihis for the advertiser. He had 19 calls and sold it lo the firs! per- who called at his home. Ton. too. can have by placing RICK-BLIZZARD oa'Aified re- your DER- ad with ITS 5O KAET to a LKr id. Juit Difcl from the juh'Jrhan during ihf mcht- Flavin 5a.d John 'James had charged Ken'incer wijh 'auffpicion to commit ff'ony ar.ii of ohvrne lr. .an in Tor ma: ion filed London. April bought chrxoiaies with ilb- oning ended today and not since-bon around them. haj United Kingdom At the hy the pvery- ie licking Huffy clouds of Pi'ots.' Influence in China War Killed in Crash In the Mid Ihe connrctLon wilh ih- "aclvd ei Supennlf ndrn1, IsM tirely H? r o many ;rr.earrd faces and litllc Eyrup spun on Thtre only ore The reclor of a r.orlh Fide tniirtK- on hu ihoiifht absut U for his chMVj puffed ou; with livt" in prtfer'rlng chirtf' liin. iuvenileJ. There may a. tol r.Jilizjd he hadj Ktnsiniter Scolt declared stomach aches tomorrow afler the mtde a mistake. He paid oft the ahsolvlely diJol-yH orw and castor oil. i choir bojj. who adjourned lo Tor.y'r'o'f. la maklnr the arrc'l" race? B-jt_ today wai fire and sunny.lollypop parlor. Scot; Mid Jofeph HJ'-" competition Diejo. Cilif., Two air pilots were Ihelr plantu crasKfd httr.rf rrr.wdid grandstand today. Tr.f? Art WHITE 11 comlnz nr.drr commu- dominatinn. partly Ihriuirh Iht ir ,-jl 43 lack of effective opposition lo cox-, Anirltj. '.f Jl Race for whatever reason. Id d'nouncir.K S Bob 23. uf Gtir.ts- ir.oul popii'.o-ji nation.. .-p'.red pin; I one-fif'.h of the human nut. will Tuft accldentl occurred in take from men to Ma. lo aliened on Ruima'i t'.it of a nd If anyoae vas unhappy it not within icund of Bow bclla. fieM Naturally, the eonfeclloneri'j lioned itvtril tirr.ej nr.ce fit- ihopi look R Whl> found lo death. He Both pUnea cruhed juil when was full of 'ih.t thf youth nuint d.-op3. Thit la Ihf hf wo r at the iim  and 6.00C ipfc ,'tw tht craitwa. nded world. H (ir.not be overlooked men like Chinese. Commutilil Chairman alao havt in re- cer.l italemer.15 thai the more ihe world li the. mort They aod frler.dj. Cp ur.tjl the Atlanlir pact Hr jhnl bouse- Mrs. Mlt PtllritM, ar-Ml 6fl. his hro'.her-in-Iaw, vir. FrsnVr. ftho lives in tht. Muj' The hoo.rkfrper, BJIQI In the abdomrn. and KranJts. wound- td In face, ran from Ihe Ru-'h Ea.v.llnf nrour.d the biue of hij [O! "OIKfll UP. fOT tt-.i- A'iar.i.f pMl richl-ioom. two-rtory and lei d.d rfririf Thf Chirr-e i 1: Anciher reishhor. Fred. d nd.o rr.Jrh lo. M. alv, aluacln] hy ai an Tamw. 'hot "ovr.dM by o in--.tr rrazed farmeT-. Tr.e  .id defeated In civil i   

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