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Blizzard (Newspaper) - October 1, 1941, Oil City, Pennsylvania p- TlIK Mostly CLOUDY tod KB.' Light rain Thursday I" BOuth and central portions "I Wf.ttrn J'eiinsjlvanln Slightly CQOLER Thursday. _______ Peopb's Paper YOLU51E 87. NO. 109. OH, CITY, PA. WBPNKSPAy. OCTOBEH 1, 1911, YANKS LEAD DODGERS 3 TO 1 IN 7TH INNING MUSMANNO IS CRITICAL OF WAR FINANCES ARE CLAIMED 0. StartpjJ. Againit The Yanlu CLAIMS OIL SHORTAGE IS Poles Out Homer For Yanks In Second Superior Conrl Judge Candidate Spcuks lo Viilcs Credit After Report by Chancellor of lutorior Describes I'clley L 2 1 1 5 C 7 8 Carrying hte campaign for State Superior Court'bencKinlo this Britain stumped up 7io t her HOOQ.OOO.OOO io ftrry on the war against Ocl 1 In a personal attack n John J Pellcy, president can stronghold, Judge JJichie) A. Slusmannp of County told a luncheon meeting of the Venango Count> Democratic committee in the Arl ington V Hotel this, afternoon that tlii.4 year's election C is even more important thar the gubernatorial .election of 1912 "because the courts pass upon the rights of the people." t JuJce Jlusmanno said: "This year's election la more important than even o governor's because while eotr.e arid go, the judges of appellate courts remain to declare the i law of'the Commonwealth. Far-" ticularly is Ihis true of the Superior Court, which panes upon all appeals from the PaUlc Utilities ConimiiaioD- TKIa Commission, deciding ns it Raj, elec-, tricily and .telephone rates, in cf-led colors' into every home of the slate. "The Superior. Court pastes on a 1 I Workmen's Compensation As person is eiiher an employer or an employe, HI V obvious that the whole worVlnz pojVjlaticp, of Pennsylvania comes within the jurisdiction of the Superior Court 11.13 also the Superior Court which parses upon pfoMcnu of domestic 5 "Thas, ihc family and the fam> burjicet, are the, lav, of the'C'cminoiiVcAlth, (is !t is in-t-irnrelcd .by the Superior Judge Musmanno, winner of the nomination to the Superior Court bench -In Us mvnth'a .primnry, was to tjic RWIV than 30 persons present by illla tn Duncan, Yen, County Damocrstic chairman. 11 e told Ma and iencc further tnat the Judges cf the Supcrio Court must be men of wide train-in K R nd extensive ex pericnce Uw JilrfRC Mm m anno tool; A si A at hti opponent, -ta inRt V "I do r.ol believe that Charl K, Kcnworlhy, the Arthur James appointee lo the (Supcri Court, and Ihe PcDublicnn ea di'.folc for fhal office, the experience memory for exalkd, Important anil serioi ft poat He nas not had a sinz day's trial judge's experience- Th Superior Court in the ultima rale-fixinff body for public utU lies. Judge Kenivorthcy's Mores in Tmblii: utility rates has [irn t tfcaliy bcc-n confined lhat refTMeJilfnjf the PcJI Telcpno Company, Vi'oVmen's Comneniati cnses his major work tas be that of TCprcscnlii-.c rfcfoida Insurance companies sn that it lo fo whether he has had enough cfntact vith the In hii point of vleiF. A former member of Ihc of Rep re sen U live s, Judge Musmantio pointed out that Xfnworlhcy has had r.o cupcrieriee. He continued: "I believe tfral ihe people o! I'mneylvanla are entitled to on Uie Sufwr'or Court with a greater preparation for ai important an office Ihmi the Vind of brtcfcfcround Judge POJ leasts. "I cvfcmU in my hehnJf an tr pcritnca of 10 years on Ihc bencli (_ hearing nnd Jccldmjr tjp. of that car. Arthut M Jamea his afternoon became the second Mef- executive in histcrj to 'cnnjylvania a net First 1-adj while in office. Standing aide by in Uie DayU-stown-Hecp Rur rrvsb) erian Church, tue one Uou cow mine breaker bo> ard silver hair td, attractive Mrs.EmilyKndrmie 'ase solemnly avowed their lore 'or each other. In line with joverubr's tor a uii pirttntto'jis n check by for Ihc couple left in n limouainc for a reception at Ihe of the molhcr, Mrs. Robert An-Jcrjo.T Radclilfp, of UoylfAtowri. Both were cheerful and brood smiles lighted Ihcir fncfa ai they sttod on tho alcps of the church rom which came the organ notes of McndclwcAn'i vccilding nwrch In rrhkfi the iS-yfar-olii wittow had vronhlppcd as a.girl. The AUorwy (Conilr.ucil On P.ijsc Inches of Rain Recorded in low in tho a this aec'ion during the pist mo ct today b> A M Fuller, ucat district. Mr. Fuller repotted lhat a 'ell Hat month as ,o 238 inches during the orrespondmjf period last and 4 38 inches Jn September 1939. The hardest on ihc ixth .9- Inches was n.'cord-rd. KaTii fell on seven daya liut he Kmou nj -s cr> J! U atu Eun-iifr diouglit In ilVci j esjjecled In play havoc ihc all crop The first UlJirif 1m t ft Uio Fnll Eta'On is st II beinjf aftiiitcd by Ihia IlaTnfall hjr Days The rninfall ilurinc September rwoiJed by Wralner Observw Fuller foltows: -September 1 .02 Seplcmbrr 5 M C 92 .September 10 of rninfaM thai in ith ;of Septemlicr obscn-cr of the Franklin (otil of 1 36 inches of the mohlh of Sepkmbcr as by Fuller: High, 1 S9 Ca Scpltobfr 2 79 51 S plemUr 3 '8 61 gMereVr 83 55 Jx-pUmb-r 6 SI 61 Sptcrrbcr T T6 o( 8 79 -40 Scpltmtxr 5 SO 50 September ID S3 65 Scplcraber 12 i '.71 4! Slpkrobcr IS It 3S SsplCmlw !4 M 33 SKSlcmbtr 15 SI Jl Stjitnnbrr 10 SI 51 17 "S 57 13 77 4G .....p.75 -17 September 20 71 42 10 Ji September W SI 42 S.'plcmbtr 23 85 J3 S'jfk-mbjr 21 ..S3 47 September 25 SO SG September 2S 51 53 September 2Z 71 35 Scpicmbr LSI 37 .Sfiitemlwr 13 68 Jl September HO 76 count of and two, Gordon off three pitches and then ammcd n home run into the'Iovr r left field staniU.jMcnVicfc-ai-jcst misjudged Kizutlo's fly "be-'re ho caught it >in front of ;lhe One run, one hit, no errors, none eft. Dcdgcrs: Owen flted to Keller. Davis flieJ to Keller. Keller also ook- Walker's fly. No nnsr no hitSj no crronr, none eft, Yankees: Reese threw out Ruf-inp. Stumx out on" a grounder, Camilli to Davis. Holfc fanned. No runs, no hits, no errors, none eft. FOURTH INNIXG Dodfiers: Herman was thrown out, Riiauto to Sturni. Reiser fanned. CAmilli fanned. No runs, no hits, ho errors, norc left, Firni ixxrxr; Dodgers: DiMnggio toojt Slcd-wick'a fly. Dttfanto also took jwapclto's Texas Teaguer behind second. Reese singled lo right. Owen tripled lo right center scor-ng Rccfc. Davis was thrown out >y Rizzuto. -One run. two hits, no' errors, one left. Yankees: Ruffinff fiied to Rcfocr. Herman tossed out Starm. Kolfe sinalcd between Herman and .second. Henrich flicd lo Walker. Xo one hit, r.o errors, one left. SIXTH INNING Dodgers: look Walker's liner. Herman walked. Reiser also vralked. Camilli struck out after working the count lo three and two. Medwiclc bounced to Roffc, who filcpifJ OTJ third f e rcing H No runs, no hits, no, errors, two left, YsnViccs'. Reese threw Keller walked. lined" n iingJe Into center, iend-nR Keller to third. Gordon singled to center, scoring and Bending Dickey to second. Jfun-ftgcr Durocher walked to the mound lo talk to Davis and then called JIugh Cnsey. Rluuto filed to Reiicr. Ruffing to Walker. One rur, Iwo hiti, no c I? ft. Herlin ailmltted 5S tions and of arrcals, bul reports lo in wic that were put to death yeslcr-day alone. On the Itusmn front tho TEa Bmty ailmitlcH Ihe loss of historic Poltava, a itrortfhe-Jtf only 75 miJei west of KhatSiov, the center of the rich Uonetz basin, ItuL Kussinn forcea on the blood-soaVed front were reported ntcarfily and aleadily puihinx the back. On the central front Sovic fcrrccji nljo were declared lo havL stftRwt a advance, routing 11 19 SepUmbcr 17 .01 SeiUimlcr 23 OS fell on Hoptemler 20 but I was loo light Vo record, ilr. Fuller staU-d. hfgh temperature of 50 decrees anil a low of 35 vrerc rvconled uring Sep tc nibcr. The aVcraRt hiRh temperature was Ti anj the average low 45. Hilly Temperature.'! Thr following (able gives the 1 Fzh nr-d low daily Press Essential, FDR OcL A free press "must be maintained iiRainst all President Roosevelt warned today on the oni'fiins: of Nsiion.il NVwspsper 1 Week, October 1 to S. In R statement issued here bj he National Newspaper Week Committee of MSOC a :ion iho J'rcsiden utote; ''The rcciiTrenec of Nalionii S'cwipapcr U'cek fre.ifccns in tho hearts nnd souls of all Arncri can; a renewed determination tn defend and maintain nnd per pcluate the priceless heritage o n free "The malntcnnnce of an unfcl prejis, Inlormcd truth and ijuided by caurni4i ierd con science and wholehearted devo lion to Ihe public welfare, is a fuiiliimcntnl of patri "I trust as A of tfi forthcoming that Am erlcans everywhere will have renewed sense of the tncalculall hlessinjjrK which rv free prcjs con few. K muit be mutntfline-Slatfl and iusincss leader throanhout Ihc nation Joined wit Ihe Pre.iltlcnl In nlfirrnins th nslion's VonfJdcnce Jn Hie Fcorl Eslnle. Rov. Arthur K. James. Tn stAt.-ment (ssucd fhroiieh WUIinn N'. H.irrljr, chairman of Ihc com nltUc In charge of novrspajic weeV, is Rponjiored by lh 1 mnnasers of 2-T newjpaper" awo clstlnns. the newasapef 1 o' Pennsvlvanin frT their B "I nf no time when Am crifVe ncwppnpera have hnt tfrtattr lo play tKin at lh present he stated. "T "lay's Incfdonl may well ho t morrowV cala a troche, and (t c Ihe ftitelliffcnl cditinjt and a y MmMinr cf Ihfsc Incidert.i whk t llic only contact that Ihc pu f 1T nJ asjaulL and wM Intent lo ravish when arraifcncd mornini; AMermar. Foster Unle, In fr until in. Unable to furnlih a bail of tt.WO, Kdwftrd.t WAS taVen to Uic r'runUin city jail wStrc he will await a hcarine to held before Alderman Dale- neil Saturday Wornlnir ni o'clock, The young man was arrcstcct Monday ninht In connection with nn ntlacfe nffeRCiliy made by him ort a V'ranltlin woman on Soulh 1'nrk StrrcMn Franklin. Edwnidi was nrrrstctl a ihort lime after the allcuffl STRIKE IN PITTSBURGH Oct. PilUburgh'x ciiiht major hoUle, bU3ier than at nny time since days! were virluaUj" clcacd today n strike of employes. Vfftllcnul- which eUvrtcd affected ft total of and hotel pucata fn the (ily, Viiih p'cktls on duty nt each ts Lablithincnt tho manapcmcnU Agreeing1 not Id attempt to opcr ale, hotel buiinczs came to n nea sUnditiH. Asshtanl rcurtaRir drill business office cmployej wer providing sporadic operation o elevators for commercial inetjdinjr two radio in "hopping" for ctcparlfn Pifflt5, JFoit made the own beds. lo break Ihc dead lack reached nmoni? city, slate nn federal wcdialoni Ihc alrik parties Uit muht were to rcsum Durnniti is Civcn fur 1'ipcltnc WA51IIXGTO.V, Oct. (INS IVtitrfcnt Uoojevelt, by proc lAiflallo.ir today gave the PortTam! ?jpclino Company, the right ol emincrit for construction if n pipeline from n point ticai South PoiUatid, Me., norlhcail ncro-is Jialuc, iVnw Hampshire nr. as to ic 1 docc the stnlc'jl present dtlrgalior of ft I by one. Whencvc r the cr-tn mil tee F whirl) hy the kjjis e latnre sfioilly before U a-Jjourn fd, H n rorrrrcm s Ijpfarv. O'ov. Arthur James v- 1 1 Vail .1 icasfon to enatl 650 Strike nl Anuy OnlriHiicc Faclor Del. 1 himdred nnd fifty AH, Mfic ft-orkfrs Iruclt drJTfra sr-tJ irr workers at Ihe i Army plan Uruck Iffay for incrtiiol Tolls The' 1'cnnnjlvar.la Turnpike rounded out its fin today with tho The Hospital i -j Asks Kxjiliumlion KEAITUi, Wiwh., Ckt. 1 In I'.ronp the U S. navy demanded nn ex planalion from AVI- rticlAl trade for trcJiVinjr ni i strifce pWjrc In fclcnsc IndanU I'rcsjging a major diiputc t Rcnearl Aft. whic c begini in Staltle next week, rpoiuaKC frcm At.MtUnt ar of the Naiy Ralph n. Hard ti lh c t in if of tht ji e Iradtt conrtnltnn (fccJ-irecf thx e "evcVy wcrV plajf, fizh Into Hltlcr'i thai in (oils vtie received for ma le'y vchlcl PS du rinfj first yew of or-mUon. In addition, Ihe TurapiVe Coin mission iftid that more than S, COO.POO IravrJeH ihe 160 mile supcr-hishnrvy' that Km across S'Wthcm Pennsylvania. The commiuion st.ilcd that tn-1 x AS hiehws j'a fa l.il lly rec urwfficfaHy phced At WM !han 10 per cent pc vehicle milrs ns com with throughotil th' and on Cily Elks iu Hold liig Dimic A dinner VfUl tx? held In th Klks' llome ht ji- ni. tOiU colncirftnt with tho official vis of District Deputy Clark Buel Xew CislJc, nnct Hurry T. Xleoar Oil City, district vlrt proitlcnl o th? state apodal ton. Pc'lccalioti afil nUcntf f rom New Castle, Wei: ren, Kinnklin nnd Tilusvillc. will Inltfatnl at at 8 p. m. A scci time And floor rhow minions John Turk, R. D. 1 Oil Christian Swab, Clarion Strtet. Carol Drnycr, Clarion, Pa. i Mrs. Frank Rannineer, Tilas-viUe, Dlidiarged Mrs-. George Sfhlt. Ambrose Xfederriter, Marble. Mrr, Cart Wingar, Knov. Births A
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