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   Blizzard (Newspaper) - October 4, 1941, Oil City, Pennsylvania                                THE tonight followed ihoH'tra Sunday, tn oc-i Little City People's Paper VOMJMK37. NO. 112 Oil CITV, PA, SMUmny, OClOBI'li HULL SAYS SELF-DEFENSE IS PRINCIPAL POLICY RED VICTORY CLAIMED WEST OF MURMANSK Russians licporl Recap- dire of Town on Isth- mus MOSCOW, Oct. Russian troops, lighting on the chill Arctic front, inflicted a "crushing defeat" on the Germans 'in a river battle ivest of Murmansk, Tass, the official Soviet News Agency, said today, Th-? Soviets also reptfrttJ ti Ct-r- ntan retreat of 15 miles on one sector of the central front, and tniti .1 Nazi fnbmarirc bx the Red northern fleet. Two Cerman said Tafs. .-rosKd the Litia River and fortified themjelm on the east- ern in, the' Murmansk Ewtor. Germans He llred AtlackEfltf the with a barrage of artillery, Tiiino-thwv' era, and rifle and machine-pun fire, (fie Russians partially encircled ihe Germans anil forced them to retire back the river. Tasi csfWicrl i> t 1 600 were tilled and several thousand wounded. (A London radio report from the n g'rad r. picked up in York by SBO, aid that the Ruiiiaiu have recap- tured an important city and railway jurction on Ihe Kare I an UlHiXJS broadcast oiil 600 Finns were killed in the battle, in which Soviet tanks arid artillery played sn important part.) Pittsburgh Strikers .Adamant worlvcrj ioda} jtooJ on ii fbit booi't demand per Ctixt.ar.nothins" aftci.hs.Trnu re- jected x nicd atio- tab- mitttd by a special Arbitration tommlttcf. The retommendal'iDn wai that tfcc AFL Hotel and Rcslaaranl Em- ployes International Alliance ac- cept an IT pef cent immediate in- crcsie, ai offered by the eight nahr hoMf, and submit their de- mands lor an additions! nir.c per -icit to arbitration. The rejection. at a rani- iEd-file meeting onicn hcail- c.u carrtctl the trike into Its fourth, day. Operations at the the William Hocie- Pttlitarfrhcr, Schcnley, Key slono, Fort Pitt, Henry Web- ster remained nl a virtual etandMill. Union and management rtpre- leiiUthcF were to confer RKafn, today. Although Mayor Cornelius D. Scully and Chamber of Com- merce mediators who with aiod fedrrfil mtil.atton tyi- in drawing Up Ihc compro- mise proposal npiimij neither the union nor hotel spofc fcicn joined in thai f tiling Car Thief Finds lie is Kidnaper A baby in the rear seat of a puked car shimed. today in the cold of the early morning. About a hundred miles awny nt imperial, Mr. and Mrs. Kay- mord Uineman franliwlly htjf- Red police to do any- find their Jadiln, v Judith fras foand and Mn Jo- Qultin, 23, .whn pallet say lUrled oat only to slca) A ear and inded tip an unintentional ha PC i, was held (or quultoninjr. The baby was taken to Slurk Cootity Home to irrival of iia parttita whose reii- I> Alftpjjppa, Ta. Hospital Mn. Jr., 411 Hoffman Avenue, Bruce TitusviUe, R. D. 3. Cleila Clyde, 1M ftreei. s 1 I Orchard Schcll, Colhcrt Ave- Richard Fldiehxan, 2l'i Chest- in Street Winner, Stratlsnrnie, ITawkini, 701 Kast lictind Street 8-1 Willow Itrrtt. .Mrs Carl CulberUon, '122 Main llretl. Mn, Kuffenc Bnn'Ion, Ruffafo, Dodgers, Yankees Deadlocked, 0-0 1231567 New York 0 00 Brooklyn 000 0000 000 Opposes Yanks >ed Fllulmmoas The oldest pilrbw srer to start world aeries game, Fat -Freddie itnircmflns, -13-year-old wonder, of the Brooklyn Bums, wa.'.'rn the motmd for Dcdgeri'Vii Ihc rd pmo cf be- ing al Biooitjn todaj HEARINGS TO "END-MONDAY WASHIXGTON, Oft (INS) J. C. Argntslngery Younfrstown, ntt'jrney heading propontnli cf the hitleily fought Deaver-Ma: hpnjnjr Ritfr canalization protect, declared loday that he could wfr all objecllons to the plan "in jiut a tew minutes." The atitemcnt came as Arget- gincer to before the Iloujc .Rivers and Harbon Commillce on Monday to otter re- tc-stlmony ID bchall of tho KOpCOO.CCO project lo constnicl a ranal from -HochesUr, Pfl., to Slrelfun, 0, 'The opposition, tn ITTO Afsi cf Itstimcny, failed to brirj; col oritr.tw Idea or to adyatiec tno ira- point carjili. ke tjc-ctircd. "J 'can ani- nil their objcclion! in just a few its of tfcc plar, have carifM that it is "unccflnomieal and unfeasible" becauwr of tho ai- seitcd tiarroBrrieJs of the atitamt and of that !l will force railroads 11 that am oat of bujiricjs. Commiitec .irnnsfield (D) who had hoped to end the this week-, informal flits that al) must he in on Monday. Ulrt, hj thi committee will yive the mat- te? fjrcutivc ronjJJeratifln. ISrainlcis1 Conilitioii Slill is Criliciil WASIIIS'CTONTocL 4-IINS) change wns today In thc enndition of retired Supreme Court Juittcc Ixw'u Bmndeis, who in critical condition as 'the result of heart Hie phjiieian attending the St- ar.old Jamt tard he no ehange throughout the d.iy. Hrandels ttrieiten Wednesday. President Stops In New York Cily EDDBTS FIPLD, Brooklyn, Oct Freddie Fifssim- mons, ictcran Brtokljn htirl- er, and Mnrius Rusao, st.ir lankce souttipau, hooked up in one of the: prettiest pitch- ing, duels, ever .witnessed iiV a M'orld'series classic, and after six innings buttling the score of the third game the 1941 series being plajed fn Brooklyn this afternoon stood at a scoreless deadlock Fitmmrawis, Ihe same Stilt %ho has helJ a Magic 1 Ihe rittsbursH Pirslea during (ho several a tKoni when he the rround IK the first inning The Brook Jjn Krler ts tve olie.it pltcljfr ever to start a world scries Rabn tor the first' five inninsi ol'Fitz huried siirjerb ball. ..e allowed cnjjr lbn-e hits anil iVas in trouble being in thc fifth Gorton tripled with two out. -However, Russo struck out to end tie lone New York threat up to that'lime. Grounds Into rjoublt Rosso s work on the mound even wore brilliant In tha first Inning he alJoKoJ onl> ere Bit, a icralch. single by Med Mclc In thc fourth Inainjr when Rolfe and Russo failed lo lull the bill K lunng the ball roll fool. HoKerrr, it stayed In fair territory ard Slcdwlclc reach ed itrat. Onlj one other Dodger reached first In thc first five In nings was talVnt la the second but he Iras 'quickly brushed pff ibtn Cgmilll eu into a. double Rmuto to Sturm Ntar Firht Occurs The intense rnalry existing be. Ueen the ano Dodceis almost replied in a lichl ui fourth temns Hennca reached lirst after forcing RoKe al second A Icvr Mrer caught the Mantes ouUietder off first Camllli started for Hcnnch with olood in his c-jys. (hat iitnrkh had roughed him Up nn the play at first, but UmpuM Coeti pulled him back when he Blurted Htnrfch. When the line-ups were announc- ed it was Irarncd that Slnr.aiitr Durtwhcr had inelti his lallinB pnier, considerably becaose of Southpaw Sasso. Pcewce Reese, jumped trim No, 7 to the post, switching positions willi left- junded batter, Dixie Walker. Lucky Jlcdvijci balled In Dilf Comilii'. clean-up position >nd wa, hjr Harry Utagello.'. Cimilll hit in Ihe No. 6 slot Cotdon's streak in reaching fcaie in his first tlsht trips to Die plala >vas shattered In the.second in. tuns when he fltrf lo Waller. How- ever the -Yankee second baseman came tack oriUi a three-base knock in the-nftti for the only extra base blow up to that period of the game. Joe BiMajifio's in the see ond was his first sate hit In clghl official trips to the plalc In the three scries games' to dale U. S. Anil Japan'May Resume Traffic NEW YORffToet. Prerldfnl Roosevelt vijitcd his Manhattan town today for He first lime since 103S hat the visit WRS brief mid he expected to fcc on his way to Hyde Park by mtt-a'lerwwn. v Mj-jon Tajfor, Ihc I'miilent'i tftcla} to the Vati'cjn, was due from Usbon on the Yan- kee Hipper. at IHS n. tn.. hut the President's secretariat indicated thnl the two would not meet here h'Jl al Hyde I'arir. Take Ccnlcr TOKYO, Del, IDonttl) Hfwi Agmr reported loday thai Japanese have cruised the Yellow lilver and captured Oicnjclow, rsttjuc function of the Pclplng- HanVow and Long-Mai raUrWs. 3 c li c d n c d, jepatnaf British ftnt) Gciinnn prisoners of waVjwas held up today v.hile the and German e the over of sending gome of 'the German ci- vilians interned in the United Kingdom v were Uka Gcruun atd wour actoii i the ng Channel Kere ?n port at New Hftter, England.tanil there n possibility toniiht IHat the whole rep m to Acetirdjnr to the British Jlinis trj of Inf rmatio_n, the German In the course of thc negotiation) drew oUcnUon to fact Uiat the British aicV aid wounded eligible for repatriation far outnumbered Ih6 Germans held in Great Britain. It waj pro pesed, therefore, that the British eminent corse nt to cicbanee, German rifflfans for Ury. prisoners, sbut: the German government tail thst the gniiling of thij ly the BnlMli ninent ever, replud that Jt was rtad> to exchange German children ard men over military age and first toteh be mado up_cf internees time Slate, gareratml :wlny i.i ccniidcrine a sufjfrestlon 37 Japan for a limited resumption cf shipping Iraffic between thc two countries. i Japan's suggestion was convty- ed to Eceretary nf State Kull Tby Japanese Ambassador KfehisaVjro Mornura in an un- ncrslded tohferchce' at. tho. Slate Department ute jvsterday. To 'Air Clmrgc iN'YA !Ponglit Kccrniling A Hoose opproprialions sub-com- mittee lertay voted u hold hear. ijl? on charges the National Youth Administration has engaged fa "iricstionahle'' had discoutaje Army recruiting of iu membtrs. K.UV.tSKt TRA.VSFKRKKI) Chnmitc Field, III. privale Richard f. KawasVi, of Mr. and .Mrs. Ceorge, IS IVar- ren Street, Oil City wal grarnintei recently frotn thc airplane mechan- course of the (Canute Firld 'irancA o' tke U, S. itrnt3rV.fr Corps' Technical Schools. Kawaskl, who tnliiled in the Air Corps November 20, is UelRcr Kicld, Washing, on. REPATRIATION OE PRISONERS, IS POSTPONE) 1 _ Looms Plan Exchange. Men Kail ThroHgh Qct Oct badly ivo legless, fl armtesj, others aJJy today to find Jhem-eJrM ilill in Xewhaven Harbor aboard: the AMpnal ihtp Dinat, not fnrwie honV as they had hoped. Hmant and1 the otfter pttalijhjp, the SL Julian, wliTA to have transported the Cemiflns- across the .channel -lo Dieppe ijnder n truce, were iliil moored in -the harbor. The ships. It was announced, definitely will Ml loday. Nazis Board Ship for Prisoner Exchange A British hospital ship ai Iho southern channel port of takes on German pns onera who will bo for British pnsoncrs m war's first tnnsfcr of Bounded soldicri between Germany and Britain Parade Will Feature Annual Fire Prevention Week Here DESPERADOES ARE CAPTURED MOUWRIE, Ga., Oct. __P' j i'CJJm Sfflrhn X nnH Porrcsl Turner, jGorgia wspora- their conviil pal Fred Stewart, whom'ttiey from ,a jcorgia camp jestcrdaj ntrc tAjifuTtd this Tnorpuig' afUt a'ciase 6( nMui IS rnites captured h wotoan, tins Turner's wife, wio as in thi the Cr staBtJ thor prison Only one shot mns fjrt-J lunng tl ofriccra in aulon'cblTps cornorod tVc us Ihey .attempted to double back and Rive tho .oflieers Ilia slip. The capture toofr place about 1 imlcs from tho.prison camp where Ihc rfelfvery cKxurrciT. KtT.LKD LITTLETON, (kL (Ittr-Corpora] John W.- Johiiilown, Pa., "of Cotnpatiy F. '16th Thfantry, Fort Pevwf, ffufantly talfly ami two other soldiers suffered minor injuries when an aalomoblle went off the road-and cnuhed ir.to a (rec. Lord Hrtw Haw is Harincd Krom Air NEW VOJwToct t-ord Han- Ifavr, Ihc' Nail propa- gandiit whojc clipped Oxford ac- cent has hcan) on counl'ioas radio broadcasts from Berlin, evi- dently has .talked himscl! out of his job. A Herein radio Broadcast heard liy CBS laM'tataf; "We wish lo announce thai the world-famous radio commenUtor, f-ord Haw Hivw, haj been banned from the air." British Sub at U. S. Navy Yard T One of icvcril BriLtsli war vewelj thil have come IQ ship- prrfs (or omliau.ing Mpslr, U Bhovm the rorUmoulh, N. Id j-arft Trtic ofHcer ts Ueut Robfrl Alcx- tnder, ct venscl. Leo M. Brcwstcr Heads .Comhiitlec for Aa Boy Scouts and city fire- men dibti ibuted posters to- day, Oil City prepared to ob- serve nunual- Fire Prevention Wcel. a pai-idc Tucadij night and copiprchensiye ofymspcctions, safe -calare of   ;iveti before the assembled 'pupil. 7 vatk fire czlingau'ncrs 'fftnUnued Oti Pairr Two) WASHINGTON, Oct. 4--ONS) Jlaritimc Coinrnission spokes- man loda% that guns liasc been movntcd on betACen 12 and 20" American-owned vessels now cndcr Bnllsh orders.1 and ying tho ranama flaff. IVrther, the" informant1 declared thnt a' canstaTitly-intreasing bcr of 125 "American vessels transferred" to Paiiamutiian wgis- trv are ermtd and placed m routes uhivh mm them through proclaimed "war Uy the dcMec of transferring these eh ips to foreign reps cpenlors of Amcjjcan vessels haxe hcen ahle to aim the and pU'co' then, in aid-tu-Brilain t-ca routes while the Vdminisli-n wotking.out tlio'c-xltht t Act restrictions on shipping shall bo removed, Some of the vessels, including thc iU-falcd 'Tink are sail- ing over dangerous1 ocean routes in (ftp company British or Caita- convoys, and in-tliu protec- tion of the empire's naval guns. JVwMcTit Roascvclt recently dis- closcd that the I'ink Star was arm- when gunk. _: The Couimiaston officiarcsprcEs- cd Ihe'belief that other American vessels, sailing under foreign have been lost in tho battle of Ihe Atlantic. "There arc sinkings which arc never reported because sUph' white in he Si. Slary's Youth is Kiilcc! in Actiilcu. DUBOIS, Pa, Oct. nc St, Maryi, PR., youlh was killed and his brother and lira were Injured esrly today when their car crashed into R bans and ovcrlumet. on 255 nine mfles of DuBois. The dcanl youlh was GariHancs. 13, ton of Mr. and Sfrj, Fhyd Knnet, of St. Marys. brother, Clctus, 20, sufferer! n neck Injury that physicians said mLffr.l Kc A fracture. II IF condition WAS rtiwrt- rn crhlrnl. Joseph FcderVo, rccp.vcj a ufhed snnuldcr ntid Uandcr uTPCfht, 13, Ip.fcrations thc rchead. k All four were of a parly of 12 SU Marvs youlhj mo- torlnp toward PuRon fn four (omooilcs. The .wojdfni occurred the upol where Albert Lli.- dlt tn-1 Kile, of were fn tfmifor acnMcnt flt. almost the same hour last V'ridiiy' U.S.-OWNED SHIPS ARMED SINKING OF LATEST SHIP CONDEMNED WASHINGTON, Oct 4-. (INS) United Stat4 Uxhy notice to tha fhat under existing cir- cumstances this nation hence forth will regard the question of self-defense as transcend- ing international law, The policy was outlined bj of State Cordelt Hull a, ha condemned the latest sinking of aa boat, the I C, fthitc, -vs "another act of lawless- p racj and ntfcmptcd fright- fulness-" Thc Secretary said that no na- iioT long be able to defend itself if It adhered strict'y to Ihoss of mlernatfonal law which prevailed m the past in local and regional conflicts The Unifcd States, Hull BddwJ, is affected time e "crmsn submirme sends to lhc tottoni of thu ocean which this is suppIyinR to Great Bnt- iin iod her allies, ".rorlJ .Moremcnl' This is u t, Hall reiterated, a. local or regional conflict It is a Mcrtd lo wagncr tio That fact hft declared, gives nation i threatened the inherent right of self defense If mere abstractions of interna- ticnal law be construed as aprlung to thc present 31 woija ffcJl ccnUnuaf, nations ..ouM find that they being denied thc tight of self The S-xrelary that mterca- tinnal law was never intended to interfere with a nation's right of seJf deferse a world move- ment cf world invasion Cc-.ee.-mng Uie atnlving of the I. C the fJflJ of Pans ma which was sent to the bottom of SsJtt) by_awiorpedo, Hall snd this "seems to be an Qtner act of tirscy aid attempted frigntfutness IR connection the move- emnt to people ofj the At- lantic Ocean, which is part of tta "tOrld of connue'L" Claims Coulil Save Jinn PIMLADELrlAoct. nutogim could M Ujcd, to pick GfQjge Hopkins, slrandcd cnrachutiat. off his perch ntop Ucvil's In and vrijh liUlc, trouble, n Fhttidelphia aviation company executive declar- ed today. of Ketlctt mloRiro Cc. "Things like that have been .done before, and no impossible obslacles seem to exist in this situation. r'Tho aiitogiro could tilhor land in a flat space on top of peak or drop a royie Uitdcr whlcli Hop- kins could explained Prcw- Itt. "Difficulty rnlRht Lc cxpcrjcnc- however, in' Ihc faco of high lures vrhieh miphl slow up the ship's rcrformance." HcpJtlns, n prafauional parn- ulKl former RAF iniiruc- tor, landoit on thc top of DcviVa Tower on n be1, iast Wednesday morr.inc. Atltr scrcml altcmpu lo elirnh down Ihft face cf thc cliff, he gave up lo await rescue from older sources, Gallons of Oa.soliac Destroyed MARCUS Oct, believed cansed by Rpark. today destroyed thsn of on thc iot or Sun, owned thc Sun Oi) Co. Company and Msircus Moolt fire- men thc flames for more thntt an hoar before bringing (hem under control, t They prevented fprract of the tin to the tanker western Sun, whfch unlnadinv crude oil fiO fcft away and also snvM (he T. M. Dcnnan, nnolher mowr was standing JC C Ott on Slaps for Brazil Riq Dt JANEIRO. Oct survivon of the crcvr of 37 of Anierioah-owned tanker I. C, White, in the South Atlantic, arc crirbtitc to BraiiHan porU ahoanl two Amer- ican ships, according to radio ad- riees receivcji1 nerc torfay. The American embassy was in- formed Uiat 17 of the-siirrivors irere aboard the stoarjer PeJ Xorte, due at Rio dc Janeri on Monday, and that 18 others on the steamer NHus would arrive on Tuwday. Search is continuing at lhc scene i of the sinking of the I. C. White, in thc hope thai the missing crew, -.cmfcors slill may be afloat i Tlic larger, vrhich iras of 3 tanian registry, was the fifth" ship lo be sank, f It was torpedoed within Ihe Amcr- i ircn-jireclaimed Xcw'H'orld nco- trolity zone about 450 miles east of Perna mbuw on Sept, 27. It was reported the vessel may have been carrying Town, South Africa. Southern Senator Opposes Revision Of Neutrality AcC Oct. -The virtual South support of President Roosevelt's foreign nrogram in the Senate was broken today when veteran Son >ColUm i Ed' Smith (D) S, C., assailed pro- to revise the XsulraHty MMtilTmc Mr. Roosevelt, "trKo on more than one occasion has 1 (he hv, R-as reported undecided whether to merely "ask authority to arm ships or to also ask revision that would permit Aincrifan merchant ahtps to carry" nrmi "It is a dangerous, thing to fool with at IhJs lime." said Sen. Smith, the Xculrality Act, 'Repeal or revision wou.d gat ns into why they asktnR for it. It jyst an opcn invilnlfon to fict us into --1 TTic South Carolina senator also' scoffed at Mr. Roojevelt's efforts win rtliRioos freedom in Raj- tJIc observed that lhc President W. Averill llac- nman to Ruuift (o Vonvert lTcthcrn" but tUt he- rould fail. hllc the was nld to I undecided as the form of Neutrality Act may bo decided at a White ffoust ronfewrcc next ArtminiJtrttion, scnalora proposwt 7 that hnth cf ships f peal of combat be coniidcr-' vi   

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