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   Derrick (Newspaper) - October 18, 1949, Oil City, Pennsylvania                                ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASH) WIRTc t HE-pRGAN OF OIL .MEMBER AUDIT 'BUREAU OF CiWajlATiONS in tempef in 1871. No. TUESPAX MORNING, OCT. 18, 18 PACES CeaM (BARGE ARMY ppmtM MARMCORPS Attempt Seen To Turn Auauh Corps Into Police Force B7 .WajKlogtpn, Oct; Cliflon'B- Catet, cbief of U. S. ftccuted general today of to whit lie down hit nea-to-.4i.ore iufiu.t into a mere p o 1 i c .force." The array, he wid, a icady grabbed all the money for.' traJnlnp so that tbe maiinea will not even be able to 'practice- their ahore-ai-ormln; thU year. Catti named feur-alar Gen. J. Lawloa CoUIu. now-army chief of staff, at tbe author of the plan" which he'uld would virtually the mariaes' color- ful role la the history of American warfare." Sink Naval He Mid the plan, which-he flnt heard about In iw, would also let llie air force takeover nival avlal.OD. Testifying In the. bitter, wide- open row. among Cattu [old the hoUM armed service committee: 1. Service "budgelry cula" 1 doyn by Ihe military hierarchy are Inflicting "crlp- pltnV handicaps" on. the marln corps." 2. The Marines have no important post in the nation's highest defense v couacflj and are straggling to vjve -from a> submerged position at the bottom of thii vut admin Is- 1 structure. 'The' manifest combat power of Lh'e Corpj Js and dlaaapaitd-aiui Us potential Catea told the Jaavmalterii-.- "TliB general-itiff group Into the bean' of our. coo bat rorcai." -_ v HATTY P AUNTS OF ud lira. C. O. o.e) in'fmt mmi.ttftf after Xn, HaUfiWrai (Me Mrth U lBa4nplela at Oml, iQiiiia, Oct. It Ike mare eUUm, KrvaUU, ft boy, 4, aW itrt, C fflKEDiBfli Strike, Wir Chest Plan Termed Impractical Until Labor Is Unified By HAROLD W, WARD WasSington, Oct. AFL high commanc said today that John L. LeWis' plan for a Schedule Million to Income In State The public1 utility commiaaioA today authorized the BdVTeUe- phone Compaajr o( vahia to increaie ita iatci by inouallr, tiveOct 21. The company had sought, aja increase in of boo. The commission action was unanimous In- ir'aatlaf rate boost, which .will ralae Ulephope cbargis to an estimated Home Approves Hiking Pay of Million Government Workers Waaklaifea. Oct, aoou staatcca Ha teal al today atik to TV 1------' senefH to Meaei I. nUnuied (t taMM. The arnafe la afttiei ap- prove Ike aUla, a .taaaai between tbe earlier b; Ike. two tend tVe. on to tax Haaae. Cejigrpes already year enacted pay far lee level toverameal aad t.r ami perscnsttl U anaret forces. wUck tke weula artre aver-, aflar. tlw a year eaek U aavot HMW civil aerrlaa tmitrjtm tt UK [OversaMJil, .pi.T werkeri recetTe. war chest to finance the great steel strike is "impossible impracticable" while union labor ia split into rival camps. AFL President William Green called instead for a merger o( AFL, CIO and the UnitedO- Mlne to mobilize thelrf conoznlc power. Lewis bad proposed that nice IIK AFlj unions and his own UMW contribute a week each to lelp win lha being led by CIO President Philip Murray. Tn a pqllte reply (o Lewis today. Green dEipoaed of the plan, so far aj the' AFL Is concerned, by hat nine AFlj unions would each lave to decide such1 a' question for tseir. He explained that they are and al In milder terms. -VandegTirt aa caanoc reform .CnaJrmari. Vlnson of Ihe .bouse c'ecnealttee'.'assured the two generals'ibat. coiujress wlu not per- mit anyone' to destroy, the Marine cprpj. Rep. Short (R Mo) told Cates his italeaeiil had disclosed "shocking" and "shameful'1 be declared: got to atop this monkey Wortera uriloa aa1 well aa tha'CIO chief, bad asa.ed for such'Tinanclal Green said he had nev- er heard i ol aueh-a request. _.. Lewis' letter tp7GreeB. Hurray1 canit .out .for .a common flEht by all labor, and said bia striking ateelVorkers would be ivlll- inc to lend aid to Lewis' striking coal miners. Robert WooUey, Former Resident, Dies in Dayton, 0. Robert 1C. Woollcy, 65, welLknowc former resident of Ihls city, died al fl p. m. Monday in bU residence at Dayton, O- A son of the lite WDIEanrE. and Corinne Miller Woolley, he was born Aupul 12, Dayton, O He moved to tlila city when Ii years of afec and lived here ujiti when he returned lo Dayton While hfre he was associated wllh tTie Kramer Wagon Worka and served u an officer of that con ccrn SOT many ytarj. In June. 1913, be vr'as married to the former Edilh Kramer o'f this conimunity. Surviving are 'hia widow; two sons, John of Ch.cago, HI., ind Robert of Havana, and two j Uteri, LouU Woo.lfy of PiLtsburflh and Mra. Herbert Toung of Oil Clly. The body will be brought to tbe Sleffee funeral home. Green, in his letter'to Lewis, said there was a "crying- need" for a united labor movement. Through it, he sold, the "Economic, power of the workers of the nation could be moblltttd." "The pooling of labor's while divided, as U ]a today, la im i-ible" and impracticable." Hi said, beat It would be but a shadow without aybstance. The cross currents of division, compel lion and discord which run through the labor movcmenfei; our nation at the present timer; make H in creulngly difficult for ivorVera t (Continued Om Vast Tiro) Co. Vets'Payment Set At 22 Millioo Vcnanjn county's World War 1 veterans will receive 1 the proposed stale bonus Is ap- proved at the general election, ac cording-, tc a compllz'ion by th Veterans of Foreign County beneficiaries would num ber 7.070 former servicemen an women, the VFW report shows. The number of veterans and Ih estimated amounts they would.re- ceive In surrounding- counties In SHADES OF AUTUMN Have you noticed tbe leaves in their beaullful and the air has a smell of burning leaves, and a crisp feellrut that makes you step a little faster, and then all this autumn beauty leads to one thing. "Fall Are you again clearing way la your storage rooms? .Why nol let us help, you'll not find any- thing less wpcnfive anywhere than a Derrick-Blizzard want ad.' Call today and place those out- grown clothes, furniture, bicy- cles or what have ybu. D1AL 5-1227 Dtrrlck-Bllizard Wart Ads Bring Htsults. VcU AB elude: Clarion Crawford Forest Erie ............UJ12 Warren UMfOS GueniBu May Be Turned rakva. Tae kouM alaa maaatd aad aeat to the aenato a MU U rabe tkc fay tl IS eVpariMtl'i mall 'nenl 'at aa CM1 Erie Railroad Go. Head WaiAddressPa.Week Meeting Here Tonight The president of the trie Railroad Co. will be ike prin- cipal speaker at a "Pennsylvania Week'' dirtier program tere (hii evening. Paul W. JoKn.ton recently elected (o the preWdency ol the railroad, will be the guest of the local Chamber of Com- merce at a program'In Ihe of Columbus hall. I -.Xii More than civic tad business III DAI ft are to attend the 'MOUSE1 Man; Vwt Cu Co. AJ CKyUunriie.Pi.Wcek; 'Tnnut Opea Today ODNGTOMEEI MMf e SESSIONS For New Talk. Are Set Ii S. CHAJLUJES 'AtfceBi; Grartce'.Cte Greece's innoune- d they Vere calling off tie civil ar but -government chiefs -today -mid the -pronouncement was' only o auiar coat defejiL Authoritative' Kjurces hat if with a capital the ;uecri.laa really are .ending their Ight against probably will be turned acalut of Yugoslavia. A veteran .observer of the civil war pointed out that more ttan 50 percent, of the guerrillas arc from ek Macedonia and could eaiily be masqueraded aa Tufoilav Mace- doniani In warfare against Tito. A Greek cabinet member jeporl- onlj a. few dsys ago that thousand Greek guerrillas were about to shiTted from their old e In isolated Albania, to Bulgaria on Tilo's eastern IlanJc. Most au- Lhorltnlive reports today still place more than of the. guerrillas In Aitanla, however. Toll chariea for' loaf dUtance calls were :not Oreler New Tarttt The communion company. to 'acibailt ntif srlrls by llMlal new rates for subscrlbira to .con- form lo lie granted. The application for the OSfMjOW ncrease, broadly; lor a r7-eent montaly Increase .for1 resi- dential sen-Ice aad fl.M for busi- ness telephones. -L The eamalulan (aid -In Itj or- der the Increase -i amount to a alx'per'cent, r on 'the. eonspuy's] Iv and would (aJrand reasonable, rate of retc'ra.1 "This-.jives Bell aa ainoaj the y -BfllU iiitalillak Iht- rounded IMPASSE ENDS ON MR FORCE Oppoutioa To Force Cnaablct, Ac Scntton Gire In return at 6-JQ p. n. R. R. Underwood, president ntti Glui AuocEfttu, and exc tlve dlvlilonal heads of the KQOI Glau flnii, wlU (ntertaln the rail- road ofllclal and' other td fUMta at a -noon luncheon today In the Hole) Uoderwood, Knoi. The mayors and officials Qf Chan bcra of Commerce ID Oil City FtaDkHn, Tilusvlllc and Mtidvllle have been Invited to alleod tonlght'i dinner, well u Teprueotatlvu of individual firms Ihroughout the area! rint Talk Bj H. B. UeW Mr.' Joh'ruton'i addrcu In this city wilt mark the time the tfrtsldent of any railroad bu to a gathering in Oil vllle or Tht railroad official's timely mea- sue ol railroading and Its bearing onT Jndujtrlal power itaould prove of Interest to aU Vho attend. Without a doubt, the dinner mett- will be the ouUtahdlng feature of the Joint observance of Oil City, and Yenanfo -count launchej lU of- Penn- sylvania Week and Oil Projreai Week. Monday with a vliltaUo program at one local plant an a cchedule of proposed ope Washlnjlon, Oct. house? for other area Industrla firms. A fairly large Pittaburih. Oct J [he' gOTeninMnt btuieid itacll; with the atrike af aid bat coil 6utaf pound withoAit- ibiiK.- Federal- Mediator Cyraa S Ching fofficiala'.of giant United Steel hirn'jn (few Tori Wednesday afternoon. Immediately. afcepti  log Mpantely with lemAinc men. Later, dbcuu lie with (he ualoal v_- alnsl Tito. On Ihe other hand, French In London reported that (he Greek giierrillaa toon may be moved from Albania, to Czechoslo- vakia ES airurance they will opt (Coifiiued On PQJC Two) j Advertising Penna. Oil Protects Job Security Warren, Pa., OcL IT A ffrtef-stricken Id-year-old boy wn charged with second degree raurdrr today In the fatal stabbing of his brother. Felice Chic! George Ilaehn sail Hlchard Fowler aihnilted freely that he had sUtfted his brother, vrith a butcher knife. David died after tbe stab- bing tale last night The police chief gave tbls ver- sion: Richard, who Is employed at a Toungslown (Ohio) Bteet mill now on strike, accompanied bis brolhir David, and thrir father lo Nei York for the funeral of a relative. Last night the father and his two sons returned to Warren. Tnl father vent to visit a neighbor ant his sons began unpacking thslr nitcue. The Jobs of thousands of persons In the Pennsylvania Grade crude oil Industry have been made more se- cure by the 26-year-old program the Pennsylvania Grade Crude OU asso- clxtlon has conducted lo advertise Pennsylvania motor oils, the Rotary club was lold In the T. ICC. A. yes- terday. T. J. Garln of tbe offices, here nude Uie statecoent daring: remarks explaining the a: functions, prior to showlog of the film, The Las'. Ten which portrays progress Taade by II the oil ladwtry ef America hi Ihe I past V) ytara The protraa urated Oil Progress Week ancejj here. AC non-profit .association -was foraicd by producers, refiners and mirVeteri of Pennsylvania oil In 1923, said, for "the eacourage- mtnl and protection of trade and commerce In tbe producllon, manu- facture, distribution and ol Pennsylvania Grade crude oil and Kj products." Formation of tbe aaeoclation took pbce, the speaker said, at time when western oils were capturing Lhe markets long hekl by (Cnlnmn' linn) An argumenl ensued over sonie dirty clothing. Richard ran to tbe hllchen. grabbed a. butcher knife stabbed Datld who fell to the floor. Neighbors who had heard a scuf- fle. called police. They found David unconscious and his brother stand- ing nearby. Is very much broken us> by the death of hi] Chief Haehn said. "He tcld me that he had stabbed his brother snd said, t didn't know what I wal doing1." The aeuad-digree nurder charge was preferred by District AILoraer Myer Xarnrelcn, Richard pleaded Innocent and waived a hearing i Ihe nelt term of criminal court. Hi Is being heM In Jail. IN FID DRIVE Unit Leaden Announced In Cunpugn Of CooramunitT Chert For ped Is Isir'ejnatnat the .USorTi atrUi'- ii Unit for Oil City's Community Chest 'drive have been announced by, Nonxac A. Davis, campaign chairman. The current, drive for funds waa Inaugurated Wednesday noon, tobtr 12, and will terminate Wed- nesday, October 26. .First reports will be given by workers at din- ner meeting neit Wednesday noon, October 19. The Community Chist budget for 1930 is JW.5T5. This sum will be di- vided among 16 participating agen- ieJ. Those in charge of sjolicttation at local business places follow: On Woted Orchestra Leader Dies at 47 New lork, Oct. 17 Mark i7, orcheilra conductor of the Lucky Strike -Hit Parade" radio show; died of a heart attack today. He comrXalned ol feeling eihaurt- ei night alter returning Irom Richmond, Va.. irbere NBC'a 433rd "Hit Parade" broadcast oriflnaled Saturdaj night.- entered Polycliaic plta] for a checkup about noon and died an hour later. brother, Raymond Scrtl, al.'O la widely known as aa orchestra leader aod composer. A native ol Ruuia. Warnow brought lo the United Slctes it the age of five. Leu than years later tie begat, violin Icuonj In York City. waa music direcfor for nch radio progTaau'as "March of "AJl-TIme Hit "lour Hit and "We The People." la 1HJ he produced a Broadway BUjIcal, "What's Warnow never uKd a baton. In- atead he fuUed nujtcUni with a peaciL After tie ieith of hll Cirri wife, acarrled tl.e former Helen Xc- Gowan. They were1 divorced laat Three children of hii aurriare and from hll i survive. N.rth SWe Araulrong-Colller, Inc-.'E. J. Col- lier; Brodj'l, Louis Brody; CA'N William F- Woods; Derrick Publish Ing company, F. P. Schwakopf Dickinson's Jewelry, T. Oakes Drake t Lyric theatres, H- L. SUhl; Grant's Dry Cleaning. II. Ehalof, Heuill's Boot shop, Paul Hen-lit; Kcm Drugs. George E. Jr.; Kessler Oesners, Isla Tarr; Kli- %-ana, S. Klivans; Ltvine Cleaners. J. Lelanlovlcz; Cummins t Parker, William Parker; Leti Beverage company, Sam Leta; Cifjr slore. F. E.' McNernep; allcb- aeLj Furniture, Allen Michaels; Oil City Baking company, T- B. Mar- shall; Oil Clly hosjital, AMa M Troiell; Pennsylvania Uquor store, L- B. McKay; Purity Milk company. Haul Keverllnc; Rleek-McJunkln Dairy company. W-J. KlnU; Rosen- A. Rosenblum; Super Mar- wUl.be lappftTtthri: "Penasjtraiiia meetin( In the K. af C-auditorium. The Tranalfa -Open' Hoin" will be held at J p.; m. nader the vfflon of quaJlflfd peraonafl .of the firm.' to in- spect the Interior of'the, Indostrla] plant are aaked. to .form at plant PelroWun be- Tore 3 o'clock. .We4neiday. Clty.Glau Bollle company will permit vlillora to view the operations there. The itudents of Cranberry school will-.timr'the Glass Bottle plant u we.II ai planta of the Joy Manufacturing Co.' and Manifold Printing Co In Franklin and the Continental Can Co. of Oil City. Quak-r Stale Retlnlhg Co. and Ihe ICoppers Corp. will re- ceive during- Ihls .week. Groups are asked to call MUl' for Lours. Woaaen Arrange Show Venanjo county bers of various clubs and aux- contribute toward the observance of Pennsylvania .Week with a half-hour radio show over station WKKZ. The program will 4 of rt- pm- afajnst aaills .thai' [1 Iron and ateeljU.- '1 spreading to the'fabncatlai coaa-. .if panles which "use-.' make p'rodncta. But no OM ICatlinet I Train Kills Wife Chorus Will Give Concert Nov. 29 The Klwanls-Communlly chonii ill prnenl a public' concert Tues- day evening1, November 29, In the Scnfer high Mhool audELorlura- HarUnd HHcbill will direct the group. Tickets for event will placed on uJe and may be ob- tained Crom members of the chorus and at local of There be.no rthearsal or Two) the chorus: this evening. The practice sesrion will held Tutt- day evening. October J5, In the school music room. ____ Reds' Armed Strength Forces Allies to Arm Philadelphia, Oct. way train today allied tkV. wife ;ot William L; Iden't of SKF Indaatrisjr; Inc.. anil former head of the wei predortlon board. Mrs.. Ruby Burrougbc- i2, died In a'plmgt under V' inbwaf train at City. Hall ataUoB.-.'' :_ Her body, severed at the walsi- llne, IdinUtled'at the'aoriiM by Bait. waa.altendlns; a PenCr- aylvanla' week lejichcoii at tba lime of the tragedy. :i: V Batt aald he DelkTcd fell Into the path of the oncoming train after aufferlng a falntlct 'It is .unthinkable that she would have he added. told police the voaan leaped -from tne platform is subwsy train rounded a carve pulling Into the station. Before the aaid, Mra. Ball removed her fur Jacket and ruoes, placing them at. the platform with her handbag. Subway aaid body was under tiird ear" of the train Broand cralckiy a halt after the accldent- NorthVour.d trala traffic waa der layed' a halt hour u members of the squad the severed body. ___ Bait headed the WPB durinj World.War n. Ball aaid his whom tl married ago; bad der the care af a phyitelaa receal- ly. He added, hawerer. ate pearM cheerful when By 1. M. KW1JITS, JK. AP Faretfn Attain General Omar Bradley, estimat- ing. Ruulan allitarr Alrtngth for tha jenale approprlatloiu commll- tee, Indicalei that tbe Soviet army Is about the aUc, numerically. aJ at war. That Ibe Red army la aore mod- ernly equipped can hardly he doubled. The Red air force, which had few medium bombers and a relatively tianltul of what were then called long- range bombers, ua- doubledly Is superior now. pei panted bll i to the Priatect Bradley ulimales that .Ruula now has ITS combat divisions could put MO Into the field within to days, and could have MO la a malter of months. He credits the Russian air force with plaaea. According to fifum given football Saturday at ton, N. J. Beatdei her huahand, Kri Bait (urrtred by two One aoa, Willtaaa U Jr, aavtataat U tW U. i. of labor. In INI when Europe already wa> United 3tate> by Stalla la July 1M1, he had IM dlvlalou when lac Germans attacked la June of laal year, but only in were aear to help wllbatand tbe Geraiaaa. Russians moblllaed NO wllhln tti Ite Ox IVee) WEAR YOUR RED FEATHER WEAR IT PROU0LW   

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