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   Blizzard (Newspaper) - October 3, 1941, Oil City, Pennsylvania                                THE n' SltowMf add slightly warmer tonight. Saturday scattered fcho.v- prs fallowed ty rioter rear cap The: People's Paper .VOLUME 3T. NO. 111. OH, CITY, I'A. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1911. RAIN DELAYS THIRD WORLD SERIES GAME Jmfge 1-amlis Feats WeallierMaytttsll'V .Several Days By I'AT KOfH.VSOiY 'RBBGTS FIELD, Brooklyn, Oct. Judge Kcne- aaw Mountain Lamlis, High Commissioner of Baseball, to- day ordered until tomorrow of the thinl scheduled World's Series game because of rain anil simultaneously spoke gloom- ily of the possibility of tne rain continuing for three days even longer. Judge landis' decision, two hourt before game time, resulted from a ceaseless rain which beat down refentlmly upon Ebbeti FMd from 8 o'clock this morning NRW YORK And third day Hie rains and the customers groaned and .here- was no cons fait Ihfci safe In (he of the lioan (he bats until The baseball czsr had personally made the trip from New York to insptct Ihc fictil and found. the tnficM tarpaulin slready Inch under wattr. The rival manaKors, JM? Mc- Carthy the New York anil Leo Durocher (he Brooklyn also were out the iieM on personal inspection when thr judge rendervJi his f Ijtndh-taid JMJ tJecfj'fjn aha was EnfluC'nced by "the wpaiher ieport which indicated, the rain might continue for three days. "I said the ''that not hare a repetition ot the 1911 series the Giants ar.J Athhlfcs wfccn rain fccpt the etubs idle for six (Uys in Pbilr.de tphia. McCarthy r.nd Durtxhcr laid their tiltchinit selections wtjuM stand which menns that the Yanks will rely tomorrow on cither >Ur- '.Jus PoMlJ.and Ihe Didgffrj cm Fred.'FHuimtnons fir Kitby A fc'tr handrftl who hail stuck to, their outside the bleachers all tiigdt were ftitterly Kclirnil M Dies at Alonzo Samuel Dunltie, 67, nf ilO fla.il Second liifnl at lhc Oil Citv llnspital al p. m. iMay ft-llnwinti a Up was n'lmiltei. Lo the on September 27. The ilfteasel! born in Clar- ion county on "July 15. and ha.d resided in Oil City practical- ly nil his life. He nas employed ai a rr.achJn- bv N'nlbnil TtanaiL Pump and Jfaehfne anJ hter. plaerd  TcCelIan, rc MoTriton, South Side Pan) Ntl.ion, a Ki.l Scv- .'Mn Street. Mrs. I'aal Pearson, Wil-on Avenue. Ncstcll tniti Mr.'. John Weaver. Knot. Dorothy Schtll, 420 Olcctt Avenue. Mrjt. Jofmh A. Kennedy, South Side Sl.Vr nl-charrts Xfrn. Jacc.S Stcvrr. Rnutr. Mrs. Clifford MtFale. Titus- Veronica RcTnirsfr, Rhvppen- ville. -Mn- Carl frwin. Jr., FonfiuTir. ikhill, .Snyrtfrsburir. Jean DrcIirV, .1IJ KmcraM Street. liiflnt A son, thin to Mr. Mn. Paul KtlKui 5 Kail S'T.-r.lh SlrteL A 'laujrTcr, this lo Vr.   Veteran Alpinists who the art af rcck-cUmbldB m the Cotorsdo Koekics today in efforts to re'cue Chark-s daredevil Texan ichutM lo the barren top ol the Devil's Tower national monu- mcnt two ayo anil canr.ot rtnd sidea. furmcr RAF paiaehulft- jumping instructor, who aided, in the evacuation of Du.iHirk, straTi.lcd like a crippk-J bird atop the Empire State liperit seeoml the SS5-ioat rtwV fornialion fictftilcd in ready-made "pent- h.oiiir'1 to him from the ikies, -A a Airpl.tRc m.ide 1] over the i a unlit I ol tht pinnacle yes- terday atlemrxJn, dioppirjf tlop- kira a ap ay and firevood as well a.' BdiHtionnl food and Silan- The 30 year old professional parachutist, who hxila from San A ntonto. Texas, alt empto-l lo rlimb down from Us tolly perch yesterday, but returned to ihe bar- inble-top to spend anothtr night an a anowjlonn thic.itcncd He way 100 feet fide of the formation, whfch rises like a tree tniri5t out of ha northeastern bad- down to Ihrong 200 per- Death Toil of UOOO in Rcvolls Inletnsti'inat Service) A iJralh-loll of at Vast wat In thirty us lhc price pnfii by disst'Icrtt rr.tntj in cflUMrics sir.tc (itrrr.any invaitt-J this As the rulrd by Atlijlf i'itlcr on-i sceth- eil with incipient rffci'llicp, 'ris tvtn the ahUttleg of Uiu rfi- :vtn the rrost pxlrftnc reprcjaifp of far 1 t'.ff 1 f, to the UiUhh Uroadc.islirig' core party, admiUeil thM nt least pcr- have been ihot or m'n? (TI the prijteelcrate nf efforts o[ Reinhnrd Hcyffrichi thr> Upo'ji trigger-man, to Icitora s who had the sparifly-populalcd. 150- mile radius of the maulve voltsnic _'omt Ranger J. F. Joytirr said" Itfpklni appcatt'd unablt.tb miku his vfay doftti despite nJmcr pea's dnvcn into ite roct by the few experts who" have iscalcJ tr-e formntion, callcil en'two Ironi Rocky- Mountain National I'ark at Estw to ilJ in Ihs rcJCUe. The Us Warryn rell, Denver, a licensed widely, known -in ColottiJo "eircles. Neither has ttef Clyde Ue, u Spcarliib, S. D. aviator, icared over the tower yis- lay ffopkini a it; map which runner fhowcd only iafe way better be able tu react it." The hft would t3i! Hopkins the a y a fa todjiy before the robriH.i i-xperts had had their try him, dtai'ped onto the Icp jf pinnnele at a. in, itiday nftcr "bailinjr out" in his janifJiute from a (t ttnrtett as stunt win a bet frtim a friend, but backfired trfcon fpand it w caster to a chute-jump than attempt n climb only experts rceifctt tn making ilnce Surrenders SeSf hi Shooting Case NKVV YORK, Oft Vaioro vice prcicdent of a atcvcdorc finn, sgrremlcrt-d at the of rfwtr'it toiiay for ncwlipnlnR in the itay- ijid of Knnl Cawarda. vice prrii- tf (he jRnrcrr.cn'i Association, ftshUtino, a brother of Cily Cogrt Justice Sibtatino, Upri thr of a tail polire search Cair.ar- 5hot and" killed yciJcrJay. Seek Ot. 6'flv. Arthur (I. James nonnccd appointmcnl of Claude O Hyatt, of FHnfclm member cf I, Venarfio Coun- ty. ______________ HUVNDF.IS 111. Oct. Uois D. Unndeis. retired jwtkfl of the Supreme Cotirt. -K.IH in n eritfcil condition today, suffering oTii a htarl altAek. A bulkiin ijjticd at r.oon by phynicfan. Dr. txwtn (Vfttcd (hat (cniiilfAn wan nn- chinKfrf and that- it remained "eriU.-nl." .SUM SUNK TOKYO, fkt, g: of Stitiflsrinc I iftcr a collision with a rirfMe cuft nnr.ounccd of.'irinlly I Southwestern nia rtaec wore fcsrchlnR j today for a clever lumRlar who iaok nJvanl.igc nf n hntir broVc iftto the tax t-oUcctor't office, csear-trf.; on- lilectod ftith in 1IKU) ON CHKCK CtlAUC.K YORK, Oci. cob L, Wctitj, sMiety phytov who frfa'Jc the with Ms   lalaned comprtscd 312 mtn and "i wamcn. 1 Value of prtxlucU increa tronl to (run 1939 to 1940 Jiut the to'UI in reitwl capital rtranlc Irom (9, {S362.7W 1 ItttcJ 1 142 pnraao fn produclhe reentries hire pjm cUctrc rj 829 f Venanco Cduntr a whole (he Ifcpsrtmtnl listed 5' lal ard waffc in }9O i'.h a totil of (7 MO ftunklin had 2' eiUbd'hrntnts cTipdiva ho csricij 8-MontIi Count) Traffic Death Toll is f Two fewer penons met Jeath in Vtnango traffic orei ilents fn the firal eight nonths of IWi ihan Jn the corrca PRODUCTIVE INDUSTRIES GREflN 1940 Men And Women In 39 Fjclories Col (There two ty traffic faUlUiei lajt mor-tlv) The death Ml dropped from Ifl between Jajiiury 1 and Sept en Hr I, to fisht in (ho first threc-iiunrters of year. Six d the lalaUtlei tUi occurred in rural' roadj liTui two Russi sia Sayt Icltes Wrong Tall Woiftan Sought In Coat Theft that lekes number ol nnlroa I cars avail- fail J J Pollcj, president ot Railroads Is he testifihl before a special Senate committee and again elainied the country's camera have -SOjOOO tank cars hnul to (he eaitcrn Seaboard. BELONG CITES NEWOTRSES DeLong Superintendent of School (oday pointed out lo rw-cr.1 graduates of the Oil City -clWi's the unjiual oppdrtantt'y for eOinitail tralnlnR that la benfe of- crplneertafc dit> fttft courses of CglleRe efts occurcii In company store. earlier this week. Last Tucs- day. n Isdica Persian coat was itoleh from the Jamestown store, while on the followine day the WellsviUe 5WC. In "both The Wellsville thefts tad woman, answering to the de- scription ol -sn e Collier was reported to have bccn'sJioppi'iie fri the stores on Ihe days the clothing was stolen. This lent the pdiro lo Mien that the santc woman fa involved in alt three thefts. A carload pjf jiypsics was seen through :FrBnklin about noon ywlerdfty and, later in ttuj day, m .Cily.. A woman nn- rp.-lhc rfCBcriptiott of the m Armstrong., Collar they find il inv WMifcla ,lo- continue their .educa- ,ionr they tacit the technical train- ng that Js required todajf1 for such jjnv me Jiiai months ol tilher 1310 or 1041. Increases recorded In counties Jlcr- cer, 11; 6- Clarion Chins, Oct. withdrew after th tempt la subdue the Chsngjha re. rion of Hunan province Arc dead, Chinese military headiTUkitcn An- nounced One was killed action, the an- nouneement wfrf, wfcf.'e lie siiw laid the courses to be offer- ,J locally are based otlia recent surrey of indue trial needs in this comir-unUy. Thlj, he, explained, ihouW help young people who com- plete tho average 15 weeks in 'find em- ployment or lo move ahead If they already worMnp. for clauei in Oil .....J in the senior Mjjh October 6 and 1, tc- will JOIN SEARCH CON WAY. X. It., OcL 3- i from Fort Dcven mtf Fcrt Willimii, Ic- day joined In the hunt t trough- rfenst wcodlftrtdi lor 5-year-old ramth thlllngtvcrih .is rUtpH IV. Caiwcll, deputy superintendent of slate police, that Jflei were tinder inrcitig lion. WOHKER Kn.LKn RAVKNNA. o.. oct Harry L. EmswHTtr, 41 of Wtl- ton, WM killed at, the- Raven- na BTsenul when he WRS pinned under a tlttl ,.........._ bculf (o Wilton fur burial. JEWS OUSTED BRATISLAVA, SlarjiVla, Oct. 3 Tfie Slcwikbn Eorerrmtent Announced today that Jcwi mint evacuate the capital to shcltocs In the Approximately 700 Jcwn will be ivffectcd by the oTrVr. FOUMl DEAD SHARO.V, hi., Oct. 1-nN'S-- The body of Cc been found tcdi from Men Asked HAHIURRURG, Oct. 3 U. S. Army requisition- ed men from PcT.nsylrftp.1ft to report between November 10 and fcr fnduclfor. at Kl, McAdc, Camp Va.j or Xcw.Cumber- land, the governor's office naynecd today. Local hoard calls will br Of lhc total, men will re- ;rt to Fi, will intTueled at New CumberUml, and 333 will itnt to Camp Leo. SKRVICKS HELD With police on hind to sean the crowd for possible sus- funeral wprc held She juried IxsMe her )rom of miles to dnujriSttr, 27, nadonilly w Garden in Us ma known Kolf for whom fun- fl( erftl scTvicci were held Wednti------------------- dsy. CLOSE SCHOOLS fIRKEN'VIM.K. Pn, OCT. (IN'SJ AH Greenville ?chools T" o 61 wht> iprtad ol infantile par ol s was dijcovcrrf critiffllly 111 with question of rfltpious frctdom in Ihc dixente. 1 A silver fox jacket valued, at was stolen after- noon fro'm the ArmElrons Collior store on CcnUr Street, and result Oil City and tri-state police today Brc ,on the Jookout for a woman about' ami tclicvcd to bfi of Kypsy extraction -The woman seen Ihc itorc shortly lha jncJiet was discovered mhsinK. It is Micvcii wprc'.Jt undeifloalh her bixrn-n .She ,tarried'a larne Dlnck pocketbook walked St-was reported, to the po- lice. The jacket was tht property o- Taxidermy Com- pany. of Gearlletd. S. K. Tato, representative In hart red and'borc ConneclfcuL Kttiut pJalrj num. "7. GIRL, 9, DIES IN HOME FIRE TOWAND.A, Pa., 3-tlNS) -Trapped by flames it; her sec- end-story bt-drooRi, .nine-year-old Eiletn RockwclE was burned death in her home nt Troy today while her mother ftcd wilh, two aiter chiHrerr. girl, daughter of Mr." and Mrs, Max, Rockwell, and third grade pupil in the Kasl Troy school, atone in her room when sth. n- Rockwell ran rt JL. ,i -r oned her J to the ground. r Decision from the i V .1 M. fclt e. W lhlt lhc Ad ministration about the Neutrality Act net vrhcther or adikd that a fi decision will be reached n Tuesttnv alter he confers w wlh Republican niid leaders of the Rennte, The chief txccutive >fva? specif- It at a conference on his re to aec American merchant .s reaonett, ffe soM (he OK law was so plain he did not think it wculd be rig-hl for him to try to wrifirtrlr out of its tut asjfrtnl thai repeal it {tartinilnr cbuw in the meet the ailu.ition. HOSE GARDKN Oct. oftm tuna itr.iiii un, l.KXIK'GTON, Ky.T Oel. 3 Itw Hcrjhcy liow Car den, with iti 30.MO i., at the height c! will t The Garden ts free to the lirfay for Rlja K. Miljy, 50, and tn this fitlh ,Ci50n irifc of Krcrf Jlrfcy, Crarfnnaii rait M rurabcr of riiitors Iota) moro than rholostraohtrs come She ,hurled hestife 'rorai of milcj to nhoto- INSTRUI7IONS GIVES WASHINGTON, Oct. Ml! President 'fiy ITiat he hail Riven U'. Avercll iUrriman apeeifie tnxliuctions cos s tnl with Ihe ,PJ. mlwion for Morcow to with We By 1'JKHHB J. MUSS Oct. Russia can alrendy ft considered beate'n nnd Gerniimy's liuge militory; successes bave enabled a rectuction in Nazi arms fuehrer Adolf Hitler tolci a wlldly-chcoring audience in the Sporlspalast today. Revealing that "giKanlic nciv operations'.' to crush .tlia niijsjjfjj jaijricheil TO EXCHANGE WOUNDED ME I'alli of Peace1 Across English Ch amid is Arranged flylKATHLEEN JUSRI.M.AN Oct. i'itlh coifle tp ono harrow lane uf. lie Chnnnel toiAOrrow and Sunday. There will bo a brief truce ipal the wounds anJ Mfc Die heartaches of men. At idnic- jwri on the southeast coast of .England1, lite nnme with- icld for military rtasons, thoy putting the f inching ouches tcdayari.'a flan for cx- hange of wounded British and German soldiers, the first touch of to a war which'thus far has Vaccd without a tracc'of It' livsntlia thta Soys'Gigantic Are m y Hsh -'Channel hadj its" baplUhi of Sire. 'Twcnly-fii-c months ago the lirst SpHfirci, the first schtnitts, the first Heinkcis went ilaft Tor-combat. that tinie.lhcit Iroubtcd .vatcrs have kiiuvrn no respite. Ships have burned and founrfered BpHt apart in its depths. Men ve tiled fn its waves. But from sunrise unlif sunset to- niorrow and from dnwn to 'tusk on' Sunday, there is Rotng to u iliin path of peace bct'-rccn Kftg- ond and Germany, fifteen hun- drwJ '''Severely' wounded (icrraana nre going to be sent to their Kalher- and. Fifteen hundred battered arc coming home. U tcoV a lot of doing to arrango :hts thing, and1 the United Stales cmliasay in London was believed nrsfonstMc. fcVen at noon today, he fierniiti long-rnrigc guns plant- ed at Calms and Boulogne opened on a convey in the channel, vis- ar.d nudible evidciKo that the ce and pence decided upon for weekend will be of swiit-pass- ng brevity. and and fieeta if ambulances are waiting now foi (Conlifjuerf On rape Two) Mln the mijsl. of this cigan'lie struggle, 1 have (nslnjctioiia lo restrict p'rodiiilTon in extensive domair.s. If I thus reduce pro- ductioh of war U otjly. I know there is no ndver- Enrj- left which could n-t bc'fbncd to Us with the t> at our rfisposnl." Calls For Sacrifices The Uttman people eintrjie from the war "rrorc faniitieal than they were he aid. .-v But to ensure victory and to 'shape the course, of history for (he nest hundred (he en- tire German nation must become "one ccjiDnunity of Uio Fuehrer .saW. In apparent to UL-J Uniied Stntcs, Ilillor saij: "Jf you read jc-nretimcs in the papers the plans of other steles, sml hpar nf billions, rernewber what rsjiy'noT: do'not speak of capital but of labor power, -And if we do not It does not mean yc Ao not act The oUieriVay that their siid ttr. .BuL In the plfll' -olicgc Is Doivn 2 Per Ccnl WILMINGTON'. 1'a., Oct. Westminster College registra- tion Jell Ihe effects of Ihe draft and tnifuslnnt employmcnl this 'all only sliRhtly, vilh n recorded 2 per cent rfecreaiy, in ccncm! tn- rollmcnt under 1040-11. The a indent- loss occurred in the "icn- or and junior men" bracket. Oth- erwise enrollment is normif. Official enrollment (izurcs in- ifftle. a tola! cnroUmcnt of us aRRinst 691 for List ear. I.ato reff'is I ration miy com- lolely wire out Ihfr small differ- ence between the two fieurts. Of the 67G students enrolled his year, 256 arc men and 371 co- cds, Last year Ihcro were 3'27 girtns and 361 npprox- tely the tven lulivnee lelwtcn men and women that the campus strives (a maintain. Mmfical Conclave Stale medical and health oltfriaU will confjr at Har- urp October H to fonnulalc s for tmcrecncy medical sen-- ccs in I'cnnsytanlii. the Counei] of Defense announced to- day. The council stated Ihat coopers- lion of the slate's physicians nurses. hMpitah, and Red Cross rhapteri will be sotiRht lo estab- lish nidliial field onitx and fte of and ftril nifl in nta's hcftvy induslnal arr.is. Uniisiiiil Aspects Of Hitter Speech By tntcmaiional News ServiM Reichsfuchrcr Adolf Miller niadc personal hwlory jii Jjis speech at the in Berlin today in the foJlrnving respects: the time in auy. of his majcr addresses he did not mention the Treaty of Ver- President Wilson's 14 points nor-the sufferings oJ Germany in the joriod after the did not oven allu'de to President Roosevelt and tnade an oblique reference w Anicrican dtftrise pTcjiarations, did not Ihresten m- vastofi of England. said nothing about the disorders in former Ciechoslo-" vafcia or of unrest in dh.Pr oc- cupied tcrrilorica. made no mention of Jajian, although paying tribute, to Premier SIussolim of Italy. spolfe wily little ovei' an hour. e so far always bcalen them, They fay (key always perform miracJos. but they have no mir- acles which surpass curs." The German conception of greatness, Hitler is not cap- lal but labor power. 2Vt Milllmi Cajitiycs pproxtnwtely Kus- sians priioner, Hitter said, wfoie have ken captured and tanka and (tfones tfcslroytd. man troops have captured an urea times as Rrent as 1C SAJd. The Fuehrer ndmJttcd he had decided that destruction of Brit- s in the so ]one Soviet Russia rrmnined in acUon, The against Russb was launched, Vc iai-1. because of Sov-. ;ct ricminds Upon Finlnnd, But' Rarin Romania which men- tlic Keich'a security. Twenty thousand of ussifin railway already htive i bcon and Germany will i ptee' ocnvM tmifories in' ia, Hitler "if ihe vat' j We hare unlimited qtanUtfci of arms, he said, (rinirwrt MORE V ffc. facc First i no Fuehrer uppoared before tw.1 m ihc Berlin for his firit major Vptrcli May, when ho sutnTned up UtQ vtoerirs in lfcc I sncnK to you he MJI! but net .for the nf ans' thope ttale.sTnrn who have wondered why 1 not 5pohen (Conlinued on Two)   

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