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Mark L. Requa, Director of Oil Division, United States Fuel Administration to Chester Naramore, Chief Petroleum Technologist, Bureau of Mines, and Representative, Inter-Allied Petroleum Conference

Action Copy.                                File No. <46-4-1>

     Cablegram Received <September 3, 1918.>      CGD

Origin Opnav Washington                     Ser. No. Requa 8

Ref’d. to

Date

ACTION, NOTES and INITIALS.

C-3

4 Sept.

<Copy to Mr. Naramore 9/3/18 ???>

 

 

 

 

 

 

B.

Simsadus.

Requa number 8, For Naramore referring my number 7 Conference now considering fighting grade gasoline statement quantity required received from Foley1 today shall probably be able to supply what is needed if absolutely necessary if contention of French is proved that engines have much longer life before overhauling it is unquestionably our duty to supply fighting grade which I have said will be manufactured in this country signed Requa. 18203

                             Benson

                                  9:00 a.m. 4 Sept. 1918.

Source Note: Cy, DNA, RG45, Entry 517B.

Footnote 1: Cmdr. Paul Foley.

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