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   Blizzard (Newspaper) - October 2, 1941, Oil City, Pennsylvania                                THE cloudy imd iicr with occasional rafii to- ht KrMey, The People's Paper .VOLUME 97. NO- 110. OIL CITY, OCTODEIJ 2, SUPPRESS REVOLT IN DODGERS LEAD YANKS, 3-2 IN SEVENTH Innings Brooklyn 000021 NewYorkO 1 1 0 0 BROOKS COME FROM BEHIND TO TAKE LEAD YANKEE STADIUM, New YorV, Ocl, Those beloved Bums from Brooklyn, tired froni being arounJ by the burst out in a scoiinK fray in the fifib and sixth srminKs' to take a 5-2 lead in the second name of the U'ortd1 Swiss beintr pMyed here thia afternoon. _ Spud ChamlU-r lit- tle iroubli- 'in the first inning wren he let the "Duma" from the in Walk-   Ca.Tiilli. After CamllH flied out to DL- ilagSJo. Medwick sUpped a to St Hclicf Payments 'Arc'.Up Slightly Treasurtr 0. Harold Wag- ner reported thit direct relief payi nienU msi'o that dlrecl ivliel pay- Venango County during the week endtd teiiay show an ef Irose of the previous week. Payments for the vrepk totaled ,270, -.vhich was lower than ose of Ihe eomparabJe week.of st year. Current-paymtnti re- lircd 401 fewer cheeks than those of a year ago. BEHERTHAN LASnUGUST Survey Sliovs Building OpcrAlioiis Have Lag- ged Here Business in Oil City sjiow- d -substantial -improvement during August over the same month a year ago In all in- dices except buiWtng llons, the monthly business survey of tlie State play, Gordon to Xiw Tnc YanJtees, as (hey dld.yra-, teriby, theJr scorin? na Ihe aecor.d, inning- KvHtr optneJ with n oni-base thrcugh the; box into center fietd; After Ulckry was called out onT etJikes, Cordon was given a free VicSttt to firJt, Knding Keller Herman ihen Ihicv) cut Rizinw, both nerj Chandler .bounced: high one down the third base line and beat il out for a hit, Kel- ler storniff on Gordon, trying lo score on the- out at the pUle. The DwJgcrs down one- two-thrce in the -third inning. Reese Hied to Keller, Gordon Ihrew out and Biaiuto threw out IVyalt. The American fad'icd their by tallying anctner in the third Score Second Matltrr After Sturm lined to t'amitti and Kolfo grounded to Camilli, itenrich rfoutileti the "sM field foal line for the game's'Iirtt base hlow. Di.Maggio purposely pdsjtd by Wyatt, Keller appurcnlly didn't like this bit of UtooTstvn strategy for with a or.c knock la right, icorinjf ftcnrich with tfcc second. New 'York run send- ing UiMaffgio to thirj. Dickey tsdfit tfce irning by groundinf out to Herman, ATdcd n scmatlonnl Tjla? by Gordon, Chandler fe-r the straljrhi tAe lyna in order. Gonlon tossed out Walker, Rolfe tojsed out Herman. (Jordan made a great backhand stop of ReJKT's near and threw Viin out. Io the ftrat lour tnnlr.es, just 12 BrooVlyn t-atlcrs fared Charrllir. wivi the only Drook M rervch bast M n in the Iwl he 'fas promntlv brushc'I nff r.wAKcUo hit into a 'Jnnble nl.iy, The yeniti'fs bunched A couple of biU In '.he fourth innJriKvbut trey faiicd ti score. Cloven .litifrlcd to ieft. Herman nude a sctiiAtional -handed catch RUwto's learucr. Ch-inilfcr then forced. at ftcfcnd, Sturm 8 for tv ginzlc nml Ornndlcr out trylnc for third. FcWr to The sent thtir follow- era into an uproar in fifth' En- riirR when they Jammed Ihc (lonx witH none out nnrl t'ltn 1 ctcdtii io srtrc txo nini to dcad- (Vic count .it 2-nll, CamiJH dFcne-i with a wsllt and! (hen went to iMrrf when Mcdwick out itecorid hit, -a tloo-i Mr. dwn thp If ft fnul Knc. Uv-niclU traltteil, filSini? I h, Kivs. then forced Rff'M at with Camifii voV- In? flay nnd to third, Owen sirnrlrd to score Binfc for raa 000, the best volume lor lhat month' since 1329. The increase over a was 'From July 'lo 'August they dwlinfi seasonally by Debits for the first .eight 'months b( this year were up from the eorrcsporxf- ing total c-f 1940.. operations or fcclow ihate of the previous Adjust. July (o August they fell in wntrast lo a en'" year ago. Gyration! for the year lo were-T.l more than those of Isst year in thoie months. New car and Irack in Vcn- sngfi county were ITS IC'c greater than those tit !aii AugiuL From July to August a seasonal decJjjrejof Sales for the lirst.rijiht months were 310'c mere than those of iSiO in that period. J'ojlal receipts were the teat Auguil fiirurc in recent ycara iWfd en ?aze 100 ATTEND ElKSVDINNER More than 105 men ft dinner hcH ntfjhl at Klks Hwne in tomiocticrt' with official vWl-tfl the Tlks Clark Bcetf, N'cw Harry T. Kleean, Oil City, vice of the rtiiVrict of wai attcndM hy msirjy and tf iVif d i rift anil .1 UTJC num- Icr of mentura of the varicus The following ul diilric Flash Gordon Homers for First Run of Series Many New Highways Jn. Franklin Area s than 300 miles, of new lias been completed under !0' fur (lite year the pcpaituiont of Highways announce d today. For the correspond] week ol 1010 the amount was 228.53 miles, District t, with headquarters in ranklin, hiii- Ihe largest roiJoaye of new. highway completed with Second !s District 4, Scranton, with 3S.I1 mifcs t'ollaiv. eil by District 3, WiUlnrcsjwl, which reporU 36.8i rijles. Second baseman; Joe (Flash) Gordon Hie Yankees crosses run of the game Greeting Gordon is Yank shortstop Phil Bizzuto, ufcile catcher Arnold (Mickey) Ov.cn of the Dodgers ntirt umpire BUI McGouan look on The "iarAs v.cm, 3 2 HIT BY GAR Joan Drelick, ludenl of Ihfi .As seven-year- rid i wheel, escaped injury, st p. m. yesterday when .'ttrucfc tiy a cur rifar (he jchoo! on her way home J'tom scKotit.' Aceordinp to a police Ttpo the child was slrurt iby a c driven ty WiHi'aw A. Dallas BfeseH Avenue and rus fd to the hospifaJ. She tv_. found to be suffenntr from shock and taceralicr.j of the left ;ke- She >ra'ji released from the hoj- pilal iflwcooni am! takrn home. The girl, dauphler of Mr. Mrs. Andy 'OrtJiefc. Street, had emerged from school whtn she was Mi. Dallas ivas bscJcinn his car oat of Km- c'raW Strvct Info Klk Slrcct when the accident ecrurrcd. The prl caught Ulwr'en Ide left 1'rtnt Icivitr and (he tire. She iras rc-JwieJ by n nun of Ihe Assumption tchool taken to ihe httpiUl by Anthony Ciclcpik, of EmeraM Stfcfi, who was near the scene of the sccident. Cnptnlrt Ir.i Officer Governor, Hridt" Honcyniuuii in 'a-, Oft. Gw. Arthur II, hfj new btliie. tfip former -frs, Kwily JltifaYttfe Ccttt, were honiy. rftooniog sorrrcivricrc in of Virginn, Juil two houis nfwr trifir mar- Jfoh n F, tin, Corry; J HicserLnran Jr., VrnnVtin; H Ellin. HfiiTtr fr'alls; Franklin. Wanl W. rCn was lo treat In n car driven-br R troopir. A rpcofwl car, fliso 1 liy a urtd Isvlcn Other offk'crs jucscnt K. J. KreM, Mca.lvilto, of the dis- Irict, and K. W, Hildum, Wnircn, VlfC presittcnl of Ihe" I State Jijsociiilion "for''ihe north was, initialed liy ;r-ej officers of City WPO! 'e iy vi'Stina; officials the exceUnrei cf Iheir riloal I Diilrict Deputy Bucll w talk diirmf fla the home of 'Mr. t'Kitprit IhH tlic KIVn havtUnA Vri J. tl.'llnhn ct r.rar Wx- Merf drufud by Ihfl United Stalesltnrd, finhl inUrs of here, forcrnmTl tn IortFflflO fly-j where 'InuRhfer, Arnn Msy, Inc. f.nsc-Lt. -The 11 suffeririir frvm thr a camp-iism fcr Sintp Siinitarian MwAnl llolu- City MRP of Ikilivcr Run, lack In t ttii? nt.-vte rflpitol b nnishiird in three wteVs. lili We, widow of a former Cornell Mid I'olin III BRADFORD. pn. The Ua'c of infantile paralysis I ypar In McKcan cnunly jvoAlcd ihn posti.ig of nd rx omplc Tfi? on to have the d within a ftw iS p'tr.jf r-i  to'd the Sejiate i oil shortage commiUce lhat rie till stands on M original testimony that tfco railroads have lanfci cars ready-to'relieve Ihe supposed gajoline'shortage on eoaat. appearitifr befort'.the coin-' tnittec to protest, agninsl finding Ih I no ihortaae ex branded Pcllcy an! his a i tc torm troopers for tritng ti-Ht the tank car tten. arailabfe, To IMa, Pel ley taday wade only rcJt-rcjice: f 'I harf he safd, "lhat ihls diictiasion.would be! kepi on A plane of the ffltts about the oil ihuaU'on with which your com mKUe U, dealing, tut itatemcnU have tccn made to your lommiUcc iirioualy uyon tfie intof-ritj- and the- patriotism of rcpicienlntivej, Ijicludinjf Myself, lhat I cannot let them slan-1 In your records uncontradict- 'td. your coot- mltlee (September 3) didrnot 1m- VcJc Ihi movement of. oil, We made. HP, effort fo impose upon cflmmillee, to dw.Ve Ihc American people, ;to trilie with ilie illation, or to. atinJ in the wiy of nalionat unity. Wft have done no more, than (o tclt the farts and move oil that been olfcred." I'tlky vaht on to say that he appeared bt-fore tfie on September wJIroads wric moving 'approximately rel: of oU ovtry day into Ihe At- lantic states area; on tpcclal rc- dviccd which had been nut Into effect.. This volume has been IncrfAsrd, PcJky "ufiti? wo arc mor- iny shout Kinrls oil prr day into the Kast." The increase of approximately barrels n requires the of nlwat lankji tars, hc said. that ni of SknicmlK-r 27 Id err nt Oil loadine points empty to (afcc cure q  attempt of a person craicd by thp universal ilishonesly and corruption of those whom the nc-oplc have trusteJ." Tho canUnucd. Rivers, who left the office fast jftcr rcrrfnfj two terras, was unable to jive any leaser, for Ihc T'nt former (Uonlinued On 1'ace Two) WIRlCOMPANY MERGER_ URGED WASHIN'GTOX, Oct. 2 Legislation ptmjHtinR n of the Union Pcstal Telegraph comranle.t was recom- mended by n .spwhl Sen- utp interstate suWoni- mittcc.'nppoinlwl" to investigate the industry. The report that Ihc Tost.il Telegraph Compar.y is in financial condition and may be compelled to go out of business by the end of J'ear. The subcommittee liy Sen, Stewart (0) Ter.n.. rooxn- mcr.dcj ntncndmcnt of (he municalions Act to ptrmit the merjrcr of cnmers ns wOl us mcstlc companirs. ft that n merger of ctotncstlr car- riers InVo ono entity nnd interna- tional carriers into a second and separate nnO distinct en- tity ht altowol. Special provision for the "full- tit reasonable protcctioTi" of vrcrlicrs who miRht jolra Ihroygh n wfls pro- rmsed. The report rtconimcr.ditl dismissal pay and Pension pay- ments "to (he end that RO n-wkt-r shrOl be put in A condition ns a result of merger." ACCOUNTANTS TO MEET STA1K COLIEGK, IX Oct. 2- aUic nn-[ (ait laws rccupy the aHcnlJon nboul 1W public HCcounUnti who will meet itt the Pcnnsylvmiia Sl.ile CoJIrjrr, October 3 and 4, at the fourth normal Clirlic jponsorcd jointly by the Unrrii- lurp Chapter of the rennsslvaniix fnstitutc of INtblic Accounfanfs anri ithc extension jcrvicfs of the cjJ- SENTENCE 39 MORE TO DIE; ARREST 228 PRAGUE (Vis Oct. Announcing that 39 additional agita. tors have to denfh'nml 228 more arrested, the German controlled govern- mettt of former Czechoslovakia today Emitted existence of a widespread conspiracy to overthrow the regime. Jn the first official statement on .c.growing series of arrcals ami executions, the Kovernment said that by tabolaging food supplies and fettering, a inign to blame Germany for the wottegvs, certain "treasonable JcttjcMs" alternated Jo revo- lutionary aims upon restless anil misled populace." were named as the au- Inorfi and of: the at- tempted revolution, Roundup of suspects continued, as a rigid stale oi emergency, tantamount to mar- nl ]p.w, -Aaa damped down upon entire protectorate ot Bohemia nna Slaravio, Total Our ifiQ The new aeMencei brought ftc total to vwll ovxr IdO, listed the number death leniences up lo lest rtifht at IJie new convictions folloa-cd Inc to death of Col. Alois fclios, forintr pmmer ot tha 'roicctorate, who has not yet, executed and-irjia may acr- -i rnitted to appeal on the grounds he has made a 'lull confession. Of the 39 new some will thot and, the remainder hanz- An additional 228 have now been turned orcr to (fie cfiarg- PC] with high treason and "aboiags. The srresis apparently exceed 600. Xfi IVinrd Ori Trials (Editor's CBS broad- cast from London today said: Czech circles in London point- out fhat the districts In which marital law has becrf proclaim- ed. ,are trtote through which -Mifnian cupplies pass lo the Husmau front ]t BCcms a desperate attempt 'on Ihe part ol Ino Germans to prevent sabotage 'in.-! so maintain the Czech output they need urgently for their war ma- chine.) (fioroujth investigation ccn- tinued throvigKout the protcctoraie into all .aspects: of the incipient; icbollion, no annouticemcnt all had been questioned and then smror acquitted after'trial.- Ji-is .'a. expected to appeal for Student Suicides ?a., Oct. after he had taken Ma 'ilhcr lo'a hospital for fTfoiH.il. Icctcmy, 21-ycar-oH Earl Ssfiics returned'to Ms home anjii look his own rite, Stepuly Coror.pr Z, E. _SKtpc reported todav.' Th.0 father, upon learning of the ants from an operating table, J orci'scd and ret.irncd home. The jon, a junior nt Pennsylvania Coilcce, had been depressed about the n-ar stlttsfhv, hfe parents said. n-ANE MORGAXTOWN, W, Vn., Oct. 2 Pcimsylranu-Centrat Airlines ti-arjporl plane dam- aged but its ID fthd crew of (ftrcc cjcapcd unhurt to- OAJ- (rhpn the ship skidded tti a ground-bop at end of wet run- way and went over nn embankment it Airport. The plane, :ound for Birmingham from Pitts- h; went over the 20-foot slope wsys, ilamieinR a prcpcHor'ard wingr tips nnrf off the hndirp whrcJ, airpoit at- tacftcs rcparted. j: The Hospital Arthur U Canida, SIS CoTherf Awnue. Mo. GMTRC llughey, 223 man 0, 6'. Ecnrurn, South Si'Jfl Star Roule, Jcfs U Hwljt 200 Bis5cll Avenue. Richard Grotter, ]S Hone Ave- nue. C. Akini, 610 Ornnpl   

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