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   Derrick (Newspaper) - August 24, 1949, Oil City, Pennsylvania                                Your vacation will plew- wmmer. if you tell your outgrown clothing to pay for it. Dial 5-1227 THE OIL CITY DERRICK. ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE THE ORGAN OF OIL MEMBER AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATIONS Tba Weather. Rather cloudy with few tut- showers today. Thursday fair with moderate fempera- lure. Sunrise, Sunset, No. 16 PAGES OIL CITY. PA.. MORNING, AUG. 24. 1949 16 PAGES Price CeeK GOVTOFTITO READYTOEND RUSSIAN FEUD Stiff Note To Moscow DemaiHb U.S.S.R. Keep Hands Off By ALEX H. SINGLETON Belgrade, Aug. Ti t o's governmenl uid tonight it is ready to enc ill feud wilh the Soviet Union kef pi its handt off Yugoslavia affairs. In a itiff note to Motcow the BeJgracJe regime declarec ita preparedneas to Teach a vet tlement with Russia on "all dit puted quetllons." Replying to two Soviet protest Tito's regime had Imprlaonei and tortured 31 Russian ihe nolc offered to let those Rus- sians go home. The offer hold good for all other Soviet national who want lo leave Yugoslavia. The Russians were jailed. Ihe noie added, because they "seriously the laws of Yugoslavia by their espionage and hostile activi- ties" Ready To SetUe All lasun The Yugoslav reply went far be- yond the ImmediBic Issue of So- viet prisoners, however. It reiter- ated that Tito Is ready to negoti- ate u-ith Moscow on a settlement of all points of difference that have cropped up during the U- month-old scrap thai began when Ihe cominform declared him n outcast because of hLs alleged antt Soviet and naiionalistic attitude. (Yugoslavia's peace gesture was made after a mountain of propa- ganda hid been piled up agair.st Marshal Tito by Russia and herj cominlorm associates on the heels I of threat to take "more effective measures" to protect herj citlzeni ID the southern Slav coun-j try. Moscow charged Saturday Lhalj the Tito riglme was a fascist enemy of the Soviet Unloc and, communism throughout the world-' (Following up this theme the of fi- j clal Red army newspaper ID Her- j llu Tuesday declared Tile had I TOAPfEARAT QLH5NUL Flight Of 60 To Take Part In ObtervBDce Of Anniversary General Admits Buying Data Furnished "Five i But Denies Any Wrongdoing Murray Says Union Will Strike to Win Demands on Steel DONATED DOLLS FOSE A FaOBLKM-rer.tr Bclley locks ove tow of tbe dolU poartmg Into SooKnet, for her doUVfoi- Europe Tbe womui'i editor o! tie Somerset American U mew to fire wme 201 contributed by cfalldrtn of Ontario, Canada, which are by ciMtom .tfcnU for duty. (AF Defense Chief Denies Connection With Firm Influenced Contracts A (light of 60 From the U. S. naval air bate at Akron, O., will fly in forma- tion over Drake Well Me- morial park, Titmville, be- tween and II m. Sat- urday in observance of the oil induilry'i 90lh birthday anni- versary. The navy planet will appear eeparaiely from the flight of the Truculent Turtle, navy plant holding che world'j long distance record lor a flight from Perth, Aur rralia, to Columbus, O. The .Turtle Ls scheduled to fly here from PaufuMat, 3ld., arrMng over tbe Drake Well park a. m. juu prior to opening at pub- 1 he responsibility lor >uch a atnLe, he told a preu- at 11 o'clock board, "will Mother of Eight Servicemen Dies By JOE HALL York. Aug. Murray said today that; i his CIO sleelworkers are ready to strike if neceuary to gain a "lair" aelilemenl of their wage, pension and insurance de- mands. the drilling of the first oil veil by Col. K. L. Drake in Titusville will be commemorated. Might Orden Thousands of persona expected to attend the ceremonies will bei permitted lo hear over loudspeak-i the directions given from navy sound truck lo the navy) ARMSAIDGETC PARTTALOKAY 5, P. park grounds. Communications, ecretary of Defense bc maintained with Ihe son today called "malicious" and "entirely false" any charge.radio and the conversation between Washington, Aug. today called "malicious" and that his former connection wilh the company building B-36 tne s.ouni1 plane fill b? -ii r i r amplified by a loudspeaker system, bombers had anything lo do with the air force selection or 50 tnat Tht audience will know In that plane to be iu superbombe Of Program, But Hold Up On Pact Nationt real upon Ihe Industry and not up- on the union. -Thla Is not a threat. This Ii a aimpSe statement of fact." Murray, who also Is president ofj the CIO, said the steel Industry's arguments before the board were the worst "vituperation, slander! and abuse" he had heard In 53 j years :u a labor leader. .1 Part Hc accuse J a I industry' 1 spokesman of "an insult to thr president of Ihe United Stales." Murray's angry words opened the USW-CIO'a three day rebuttal to (he industry's arguments against JIBS. MAKY COPLEY Maty .Copley, 53, ol 19 Sel- den ave., mother of eight Jonj ccrved wilh the armed forces dur- PROBERS TOU) A010NDIDNOT BARE SECRETS Siupended Officer To Be Called Back For More Questioning Br ARTHUR EDSON Aug. Gen. Herman Feld- man. who began at a private and wound up AB head of the army's a year buying program, aclcnowledg' ed today that he gave a "five percenter" information on the quartermaiter corpi' purchas- ing plans. But he denied there wai anything wrong In hlj jcllonj. aald the plans wcrr not secret, and had been published In leaal ona At the same time, Johnson blasted an existing "tendency to ate the reputations of public of- Iadvance the maneuvers to bc made. I Dr. S. If. Stevens of Harrlsbucg.i lly FRANCIS J. KELI.r 'contract Each sideline "'or.'d War II, died suddenly Aug. 23. Alhis eight days of argument, end- at p-m. Tuesday In her home, OVER USEC1TYPOOL rounded terror regime on the i Vould suffer I Ha the same fate "BJ Hitler and H'Js- aoMcl, but Ihls lime much quicker." iVarnlDg By Pmt (The communist press In Czecho- slovakia, in a similarly threatening tone, declared the Tito government Season' To Today At Municipal Swimming Pool ticlalJ." Such a. tendency, hi Kouse armrd services '13, to me. much the same new, growing and dangerous can- jot the commonwealth those atlend- ling the park ceremonies, told thcj HhtorUa )OT rjr. Stevens, a native ol Harrison I Valley, hai been historian ol the commonwealth since 1937. He com- Ipieted ilndergraduile iludlei at Ihe amis aid program lur Turkey, Iran, Korea and [he combined senate com- ing Friday. To Import By Aufutt 30 By Aug. 30, the board is supposed lo make a report to Presided! Tru- man. However, iu recommenda- tions are nol binding on either No action WM taken, however, on union of ]ndusU the that President j three.mln ract finding m.lleM zrmeA stn-.ces. relations and rrr.-l in? European signers of tne north! Truman has asked to Jlart ree ccr." The commlllee is iteliinff nt State college In Atlantic picl. designed lo erect a lie heirlnEa to determine whether bulwark ajainst any ItUHian Bg I- outside Influence, political _ tl'oaliMCiI A me) otherwise, dictated "the air force decision lo make'the B-36 its continental bomber and atom bomb1 carrier. Say DetUlou Bajtd On Nud h Mr_ Trumitl On Paji .Vi The I tasclrt threat to peace-lovir.g nations" and warned thai it was the policy or the Union to (Conliflued On Paje .i Another parade of ton defcns. municipal awlmmnij pool Q a- f ofric-iais loU lhe com- on fa n Heights, patronized dur- Pact to Become Effective Today ing tht 1W9 season by more lhan persons, will close this eve- ning after one of its best seasons on record. Unofficial attendance ligurra re- leased last night by Resell Buck- pool supervisor, indicate Lhe !total attendance to date is This-exceeds lhe lolal attendance of 41.283 in che IMS seaKi.. Mr. Bucltham credited the. In- crease In the pool's popularity to Washington, ihe l lhe introduction of regular "-cav- eve of the legal beginning of hunts- for all shimmers and nonh Atlantic alliance, rrprejenU-jseveral moonlight swimming pcr- i.vts of 10 of the 12 member na-iiods. The fact that the tempera- lionj met today to begin hovfred around" 90 degrees for for lhe organization o' ihe wcsiernjan extended period, also encourag- worM provided In the north more persons to use the pool lanuc treaty. j (his year, the supervisor slated. Tne pact will come in'-o force Open Until 8 p. m. Today 10 morrow when Franc calif tea-' The pool. located conveniently lion is deposited with lhe United iat a bus atop a short distance from Spates In a While House ceremony ihe city's Hasjon park, will he ihere. President Truman will sign open today from 1 until 8 p. m (al a. m. E3T) a proclama-jFollowing today's swim, city em- lion declaring the treaty in force. ployea will begin drainage of the The siaLc department disclosed' pool and lhe pool and buildings [hat a "working group" of Atlantic-will closed for tbe remainder of power had met al year. department today to begin work or. Attendance ptr each forming the council of M nations jmoiiih this sewon. are as follows: which In turn will establish Ihe; June-Tolal 16.1W. consisting of important defense corr.mKi.ee children, under twelve years; the treaty. yo.jths, from 12 lo 18 years, Aisiatant Secretary of Stale [and j 951 adulLs ficorge W. Perklni .-eprewnled the, conshting of miltee today lhat defense nefdsi alone nrought about ihe Beside i Johnson the commitlee; estimate the cost ot lhe huge R-36 program at the comptroller ordinance boss; or lhe air 2. Lt. Gen. I-aurLs Norsiad ened lo Benedict Amo'.d any of- ficer who would lei pressure be-l yor.d his own juJgmenl Influence! Kai-Shek arrived today for Impor- j By Senator Smith Maine a dozen brush and lim- decision. Norstad is deputy! lani civil war talks in an alnios-" a maximum eHott by this berlar.d blazes chief of Lhft air force oiaff for official :ie.-voJ5nr.-s over, C0lintry to pr0-vide the NJ-! Three fires am He said he would be re- conimunisi-iiupirefi up- tiDn. wjih nnntd forcoji, and lo oh-iin Payelle were whipped by hiRh agreement for universal; after a few showers of ram spoiuible for directing tbe air de- c children; 4.093 youths and 3.- i attended by adullj August (lo dale) ToUl 7.323 the treaty here lui spring' only Iceland and Luxembourg were not represented. France is the last of the nalirjns which originally drafted ill? to deposit ils ratification. The treaifr provides (hit be conducted from 1 lo p. m. The purpose of lhe meeting ._ Lo discu-a Ihft dislrict home service on lhf city. u-hich vi of Brt'.ain. Canada. Trance. Belgium. The Netherlands, per30n. Portugal Italy. .Vorvray arid Den- SillM" Q dA Junc a to_ n-.ark.Of the 12 nations which sign- la, of 2 childrcn nave enjo> free swimming it the pool and large number of ir.cxperirnced swimmers received free be in charge of instruction. The instruction. covcr-JMra. Florence Turner, home aerv- ied In IS lessons ihis year as consullanl from eastern par-d len luaons in laiS. office. Aleiirdria. Va. CHIANG CALLS CABMTMEET President Acts To Squelch Talk Of Local Peace With By MOOSA Canton. Aug. CiiUng Fund Halved by Houw The house cut lhat proposed 51.- !und squarely in half, and hnivrs are being whetted for it in the senate loo- -cnaior Wherry of'Nebraska, lhe nepubllean floor leader. Rnuour.ccd he will oppose any foreign arnu program at ibis lime. Trie authorizations approved lo- Greece and Turkey, ar.d for Iran. Korea, ar.d the Philip-' pines. The combined commi'.irts .proved those amendments to lhe j I bill today- A dnughler of the lale James and, Ellen BecrS Baie newspaper. "I am pcldman told the aenule Invcjilfatlcns subcom- mittee, "to jusllfy evtiy action f vaa born Ausuat 15. 1890, at uken and eve NEW FIRES Hn FOREST AREAS Park Clowd To Vacationers Flamei Rage Out Of Control By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Fires rajiny out of control in Idaho's Tayelie national forest yea- lerday (Tuesday) CRtued the arel to b; closed lo while fenae of the an (ConfiKiirJ On foye pralifsimo Hew here from the Is-, lard fortress of Kormosa to rui down any local pcace deal with the communists, who are only 170' miles away on the northeast. I Reliable reports are thai some icials, ivJio believe peace is lhe' it way out, were behind the pur- ________ ported peace rr.oferr.er.t. Nir.e florlhwestern Pennsylvania1 To Svaehh Teac< Move American Red Cross chapters will' The government, while RIUR) O.T at ahome service meelir.Kilbe subJect. Red Cross Groups Meet Here ol broufiht some hope to weary nl ifire (igblcrs. Seven new hi touched off by lightning. To meel the emergency. Regional (Continued On I'aye Elcicn) Forester E. B. Eice ordered all the payclte and Boise national forests ar.d a porlion of the Sawtooth forwL closed lo vacalionera. Motor- istj may traverse the forested areas only on main highways, Ktnort FIrn Still Spresdli LaVe. For (he past 40 years, she had resided at her present realdence. Mra. Copley WIB member ot the Trinity llclhodlat church and the auxiliary to tlic American Legion. Her huaband, William Copley, April I3f 1M7. Mra. Copley, In addition lo fur- ishini eight IOILT (or nrvtci dur- ing World H, wu ont of the regular "blood, WAT years. She played active part la civic ivarlime projects. Surviving are- Ihe following chfl- ire n, MM. Margaret McGlnnis and William Copley of Bradford, Thomai of Reno, John and Roy of Oil City. Daniel ot Mcadville, James of and Richard of the U. S. army In Germany. A Robert V. Copier. killed In action in Ihe Pacific tre early In Worlfl War II. OLher aumvors include the fol- lowing1 brothers and Ed- William and Frederick G gelne of Oil City; John Gegogelne of Ip.diana, Pa.; Mn. B. E. Button Mra. Bernard Mrs. Alia Se-huHz And ilrs. Oliver of Oil Oi'.y Mrs. Irene Wllliami or Tngltwood, Calif. The body waj lahea to Ihe SteS fee funeral Funeral arranse- will be announced. The ihort, baJdinf. 57-year-old 'eldman, who haa been luipended 5 quartennaiter general since July 16, laid he may have mistakes in his 38 yearj In army. But, he Insisted, "at no time ,ve I abused my position, or ujed the Influence of my office." Arson Suspected In Bam Blaze Near Knox Heavy Vote Seen In Sept. Primary Flni TeU At iht ot hla- nuvrniLoa, Secretary of the Army Gray said Feld man bad "furnljhed to a con- tractor's rapreieniattve procure- ment Information under circum- stances which appear This nai Feldman'j (Iril to tell his alory of hla relation! with thlj TCprejentalLve, James V. HunL Aad as Zeldman testified, de- nying thai he ever uiight gain or fsr birnwir, his volrt shook occasionally. Once he sound- ed tj If he were near tears. The subcommittee Is studying acilvHlei of "lire percent trs" men who try to get contracts for business men in return for a fee. As soon aa Feldman had finished wilh hJs word prepared state- ment. U had to adjourn because l senators had previous com- mitmentJ. But committee members made U plain that there plenty of questions they want to ask Feld- when he takes the stand again lomorrov- Especially, they said, they want to learn more about (Coatixued On Pegi EZertn) 23 -WH P places will Clarion. Augusl ?3--Stale In Ihe local chipler's headquarter! lhe the subject, u tryraK rrovcmtnl. all are out of fa'.A llcsc-t'.. Payelte forest, public In- rormation officer. They now cover an es'.imaled pol'06 .000 acres. today in MaJnr. Depuiy Foreil Com- polling Wlhough a slate superior courl comprisfj. Ihe only statewide contest, pollLICAl leaders are loo-t- ir.j for one of the nravlul voles West Penna. Polio Toll Still Mounts this afternoon Mijs Harriet Allen. lsucctssts orl 'font ciecativc announced local___ _..- for evidence of arson In lhe, missior.er Austin H. Wilkir.R said of a JI3.000 fire on the oM ;ha sUlc fast was approaching noclh ot.Snyder farm near Cor- (extreme drought conditions of 1947. in several ycajs. Canton is strengthening ili hand. -A: IB.I: lime forrst cost 16 The meeting, which will held i However, Nationalist authorities Cuvier Kline of Knoi. R. D and caused JoO.OCO.OCO damage i Room 308 Veach buiMir.j. worried over a pos-1 summoned police today a.'lrr Ihe siatc. jSible uprising led by Reds than by J blaze early Sunday razed his 62 by in the peace move or a comnrurist foot frame bank barn on the .'i.-emrn wide ifsrm three miles sou'.h or Knox. i fire which has threatened de- progrtm. particularly the tinar.clil j "'Ports circulated that Abo-[ iO Approiimalcly !no -Iruction of I hi Laurcnlian monn ar- Kline said, he found stvcral cor.-j lain of Tcrrebonne Heigntj policy for this area- The communist -Jinpithizei-i are their predlclioni n the large voter regi-trallon vicJenced In the common weallh thij year. Actual registration figures have nol yet been tabulated. I JjdRR William E. -Hirl, of Erie, (he Republicnn oomlna- acperior court. The Democraiic nomination being sought by Karry Montgomery, of Alle- fnrmaily noitfied the United States ot ratification. r day mcrmnjcs for jeven and one Erie. Cony. Warren. Eradford-Mc- half weeks. Ii wa'ild be impossible MOST ACCIDENTS HAPPEN IN THE KITCHEN "and the men have lo cat them." BUT IT ISN'T REALLY 50! Accidents happen everywhere, but It'a nol an accident when an advertiser hfta results with a Derrick-Blizzard want ad; be- cause a want ad expresses the necdi of p-ople whether buying or selling thf want ad finds Ihe buyer or seller, the jivcr or rcceivcr. WHAT HAVE YOU FOR SALE? WHAT DO YOU WANT TO BUY? DIAL 5-12W Place your Derrick-Blizzard Wanl Ad Today. Kea.n. Franklin-Venango. Crawford county ar.d the Oil City chapter. Fraud Is Charged By Investment Co. .ainen of crude yiored in a hay'.-ir.d mo-jF in the structure. The discov- ery of the oil led him lu 3U5pccl West European Union May Halt Red Advance Ry StGRID AT Affolni Analyst (For J. M. ROBERTS, JR-) T.ittle more than a year ago the communists were so close to grab- binff the Italian government thnt ura even used ItlleT-wTlilnp cam- paign. Italian-Americans to Ihe home-land, to influence the dec- lion. Little more than luo years ago i Ihe French communist a were hold- ing up Iheir plini, 1 Current unreal among the French .workmen over make U ap- the underground u sllll active. ay's norlhcrn fjords i close to Ihe Rujaita border. Nortbera Industry la an easy air hop from Communist Hun- gary. Ail these things had to be into account by the U. S- military and political leaders who are ROU urging congress to vole 000 in armx aid for O-JT of It lo jo lo western Europe, Thrre ii super worn" of the Red army, never demobiHied after World War II. Our best Intelligence blaz< discovered at a. rn. Sun day by a igh bar. Roy Snyder, awakened by ;moke md flames. By :hat time The fire had gained such headway that, il imposaible lo the Pa., Aujr. LPi huildin? Vo tbulMi The Crawford county cou-l was .-.riLi "v .u oy ine lire, askrd lodij- by Pituburgh Th, Wward Be-: and E G. VMlRunt _ firm to rwlrain Ihe; Elder occupying i rinitd tail National bank of ,he fam, Kie x: rrom tiling Mcurilits given lt Ume Tll bank by j .al 9 p. Sunday. The and Co.. Pills-. Dwiroyed In lbe bijM l 60- burjb. charjfd lhal Richard E ,ctlooi bu, W.- iriauKMinoupt. managtr o( which by Edir br.inch. hail "rrsuduTenl-lramiiy. Pincojrt, 2i mC.es north of Fire Runnlnf Loow In Idaho, said a fire in canyon running on lh" erd south P't'.iy wf-l cooled. The Warm Springs on thr ghtny county. Several common and asso- ciate i'ddgr ?sala also will be de- cided in :hs election year, alor.p wilh Ihe VVO.000.000 veteranj Aiig-. 23 fantile paralysis la s' wejlern Pennsylvania. In- JtaJklnj Mur.lclpal hospital today ed air netc cajej In the pist tvo include a 33-year-old Verona mother ar.d live victims from Butler county. Admitted from Buller lodiy were a 32-year-old woman, a boy, S. and a seven-month-old cbiJd. A man, 29, and a child. 2, were brought in from Butlpr yesterday. Pitlsturgh hu escaped lightly in the current wave of polio. city health department Fild of W treated at Slualcfpal pltil, four were from the city Om I'aqi .Viar) ni'.e -Adv. Dixie Dems Threaten ly depoalltd1 'w collaleral [or paid IOJHJ, securiliej! bclonpinp to 000 hia employer and lo Ih Mr. Kline's citimatrd lov of J.O.- Retd Lear and Co. the court (o restrain mas covered by lr-1 firm's He llrttd the complete low: It; afied Approximately 20 tons of hiy, 20 Ally. of a a rorrj RkeT counsel for Slaugen- picker, an tnsllaje cutter, two houpt, from turning over to his rubber Ured farm wagons sr.d a hay client Ihe proceeds from n recent1 ladder. There no siock in the of Slaugenhoulpt'a real eslale holdings. Corp. Paul Winger and Pvl. By D. IIAROLD OUVCH ;lfT9 threatened loday lo fijht National m the national commlltee for Democratic parly If they art ousted bolting President Truman on Ihe civil rights Lraue lasl year. They were told that under rulei the committee Is required lo re- move from Its; membrrjhlp those says the Reds have some 160 di-l Hertert A. Mook said of Ihe local Male who failed lo support the regular visions, 35 of Ihem ready to roll any lime. if. In a swift jta'.lop across Europt to the western sea, they (Continued DA Xt.r) would nol lasue any final order; police were continuing their ln- ur.tll he heard trguments at today. hearing. But the court prolhono-' lary tsjued temporary restrAinin? new: papers which were served by the rita, and iherifri office, (tall Democratic ticket. The aouiherners who boHed Ihe Truman ticket In 1943 lo nipper I the slitM righLs candidary of Gov- ernor J. Storm Thurmond of South Carol (a a ctated their case at U ffcm Allegheny ccunly, and 3d from olher vutern matches. fo-jvania couniies- Four of the Kozy's Inn, 109 Main St.'died. Meanwhile, Erie reported new cases, bringing iLs total for the year to 27. Four ClearfleM county youngsters have beta stricken. An iron lung wu flown here ty the force from Diyton. O., lut nlghl lo give a llllle o-year-oli polio victim a more certain chucf for life- Dr. Joseph Balrd. supcrlnteod- nt of Municipal hospital, sail child In Iron lung which long closed tesiion of the credenll- committee. Pro Truoian forces taught to replace jome of them. credentials group, headed by Frank McHale of Indiana, make report to the national committee In open MS- With this hot fight disposed of, the committee will proceed lo elect a luccenor to Chairman J. Howard McGralh who entering the cabinet as attorney general. This election la a foregone con- ciusJon. William M, Jr., of Kanma City. Mo hai no opposition for Ihe chairmanship. He HJJ the gave aignj of breaking down. Tilt extra lung waj brought here u a precautionary muaure to be btM n readlrieis In the eveal the other device breaka down. On Inside H-U I Funereh Society Ii H IStoekl i   

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