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   Blizzard (Newspaper) - October 6, 1941, Oil City, Pennsylvania                                THE WEATKKRl ,v 'M.   neutrality law, f ne-vr .hst New'Justices; Ready for "Court 1 GEE MISSES F. Byrr.es (left) and' fewt Ti. newest njf the Supreme Court; pose in Ibeir robes trtfora latin? thiir -aprenie Court; oa tia bench of the hijjhcit c Pail Over Gourt Opening He slits, 5 ii advance 1 eaderi, wnether :Ue would request outcitrhl repeal orj A ehanc? in Ihe Jaw, which! woutii pcimil Amerfetn vrss-ils CPITV war direct, lo bclliRercnt ports through areai new termed combat mats is on-, Alio, Mr, Rooicveil clearly in- dicated that he wouM ajjt Con- to strike cvl ihe provision of the neutrality law which at ptemnt jtfwibty Ihf armifijt of U. S. Me slatid at hii Friday prc.'s conference tfut the law was s-i specific on this scare he did not feel justified In trying to evade preferred action- Police lo Hold infecting Trtcsrlay Trie monthly meeting of (hr Tri-Cily .Vo. 50. Fra- fcinal OiAr of Police, will bo held in tht city KiMinfr in Oil City on UVJnesrf.ty .it o'clocV. Lieutenant Krnie Polls, presi- dent of the "ill prcji'ic Ific nice line. At The Admissions Finch, 211 Kajt Seventh Street, Doris Ward, I'luraer Street. IltrnafSino Knox. Nancy Minby, 121 Wyllie Street Clarence Condon. i3 nina Street Grtnt Seneca SUccU Mrs. Rue Hcsttnd, 405 Karf Slrteu Mrs. Jihn WaitVw. "ii Ti-rl Avenue. 33 Hirh Rtrctt. Dorothy Scheil, W) Colbert Acenw. tlerald Schril. 120 Collier I Ave- nue. MM. Taul Bowjcr, Knox, Jesse llovis, 250 Bisfcll Jay SIlRo R. D. I. MM. Jamu Oil City R. D, J. GeorKQ Wahlin, Tilusvilte. tJconrc MorHion, Oil Citv Star Route. Jamoi Buck, Crawford Street thmtr Franfcjfn. Russell TiontlLt. Birlhs A eon, lasl night, to Mr. Mr 5. Clarice Condon, M M in- ninz Street A Sntuirfay to Mr. unn Mnu Ruit Itcstand. 40S Kaat Fourth Street A JIMI, Sunday morninir. lo Mr. RnH Mrs. CIcorfre Keller. Jr., itl Supreme: conrtned for-its A pall of retired iee Ixjtjia lo a h'eXrt his noniQ 'asWngion v _, Associate. Justice. Roberts opened court by foniully anno'JncSnjj (fit Hppointment of Harliu: F, Stone as Chief Justice and I1..e 'then tribute to the .ry of Juiticc LJrandeis atwl (the ccurt without trans. RAILROAD MAN IS (the ecu., _J____.............__._ rAXTAT netiriK business. I Unf At 1 "Learned in thc law, with wide experience in the practice of his WASHINGTON', Oct. Koy S. of ritlsV today loll the Howe KI Hatbors C-OinciiUec the Pa., and :.i! of aupporlcrs of thc pro- posed O.', canal is to Vciroinvcnl In- tcistate Commerce Ad" to obtain low frciuhl rntct. Tcslifyintr drew to a clow on Ihc proposed intar.d waterway throuzh the "Ut- tie, brought to thc ._ vict of Iht court of his coun- Iry rare jagacity and wferfom, pro- phelic wijdom, and an influence which derived" power from the in- his character hli ardent attachment to the highest interests of the eotfrl'as the irnplc- ChicI Jus- sr Sen. Chief Juitlicgtoivj Bed for- Dyrtiei ar.d Ken aUUd that ttie ICC in its Uc'Steel Kern thst the project be reported ftfl7tnely by committee. The witness it ctir.irman of the Cr.a1, CoVc and n C net 1 P rtquue.i to atari Che court on iU The Court cdjourret) tinill Octo- when it is rulinKs ill be down on several pctillonj wblcj'i iled duriny the rtcc.is. The 81-year-old Brimleh, who report to (IcoitvcH In liecMred lhat iron and coal to ihtt Yonncstown dis- triel "hAve or aTJ- as rcnsonaWc JU3J BS rclatfil to other rates." the report, jit approached the Kcra said, "utd it Ihcrefore, apparent rtcoa- otze thst railrtada r.ites arc as ad- W thlt community' as the law pcrmiU, and _hst their real purpoic in ursirK Cotiare-'S tfl (onitruct a tofl-frec canal at1 public expense is ,to 'jtet nrour.d' and defeat (he tetter and the spirit of Interstate Cammercc Act." Keprrjcntative .Mansfield   Center, over Center Street bridge and on SJain Strtct to Pc- IroU'um, Petrcljum Strtxt tritlffe to place of beginning. sUte FIJI Not to Press Kidnaping Charge PITTSBURGH, OcL John J, Qulnn, 25, today held for further hearing by the U. S. Commi'asloner at PitUbargh unJer bonj on charges ot trans- A-tlolsn vehicle A ng (his Quinn tiol charged kidnaping and Perferal xuicna of Invejligalion agents said they did net fnlcnd to prcas against Mm. Qufrm I nothing tt say durinfr tfte gnmtnt. No definite WM held in commix- offices at Pittsburgh. Quinn was arrested in Canlon, O.j SntarJay. He admitted, police Ufl, Mealing the car bul claimed ial he did not knamr eiic-monthj. Judith daughter of .find >fnt. Raymond W. Illnc- nian, of Aliquippa, was In ihe scat Owen's Nervousness Is Yankee Target KflBfTTS PIK tnighl pcsACssiriR catcher Mick- ey Oircn. of OodRcrj, "Ga.M" of yestcnUy's Rump. In Ihe first {fining1, when Dj. aRfjio oat, lUd Ralfe who as en wwrwJ fit oat tor thttd base as fust us he could RA. cou RA. hipped the tall unerringly lo Jo cut him do.rn and Rolfe Of Dynamite Bobby C'ornmegsejv aged about 9, bud his older brother, Llojd, svalkcd the local poJjce siuijtHi today and cd fl package to Officer Ted Aiiea with words a ptesent'Jpr Smilingly, the officer unwrap 'But hij, lurn.ej he saw that the contained Bobby reporltti finding Ihe namiU abouV'a Ke (o'd (fee poire thai he kepi tt bid den "around the house11 momters o( Ihs learned Ihey ordered the >ounRaler lo turn u over to the pol.ee There are six children and Ihc paronU to Uc wooden buiM Ing wh'ch also housed (he djna mite durinjT the pail month. Js a son of 3lr. and Mrs. Framt B. Ccrhmesser, of 60 PJuni. er Street MR. SCHORMAN IS DEAD AT 85 Ixmis Schormaii, 85. well knoun local resident, died at his home 105 Innia Street, at R. m. Maj following months of lie bom in Gcrmanj DC ceniter 11, 18W, ntvl came lo Oil City in He was an oil pro- ducer in the Bradford ficM for a number of years in 1900' re- lurried lo Oil City where hc has since resided. Mr. SchbrJuan -active member of Good Hope Lutheran church was foiTixcrly trcas Urer 6t the congrcgallon for a "uniber of years. His wife preceded him IH dtzih in February, 1319. Surviving fee one sister, Mrs. Augusta fcaurabach, Oil City: anrf three brolhcrs, Bradford; William, Toronto, Can., and Gus- '-ivt OH City. Funeral services will be con- ducted on Wednesday 2 o'clock and interment will Grove Hill etmctery. Kcv. To Old Giuirtls Club .''ItnprOsjiotis on Baseball" was Ihe subject of an enUrUinlnc Ulk yiven by Jkv. C. Uitta. Vastor of thc Untied Preibj'tcriVn thurch, this rnornlnjr at thc rcpu- lar meeting of the Old Cuards club at the Y. M. C. A. Members and one RUSS! were prea- cnt. Thc speaker pointed out that the player must know the inside well as outsHc of the eamc. thst duclpline and tralnfnj: in baarbaU are both com- pulaory ami ncceasarv. He discussed pijrWoVcaT an- files of baseball nnd told of Inci- denU In ;he lives of sercra! fa- mous pl-iycrs and how players have come throucfi In a pinch. One rf Ihc Old Guard members, T, Shir, spoVj of tJic autumn rcenery in Pennsylvania, which hc i.m.l It hard to tn Ihe world. Uc told of Ihc yrcat number of vfsliora who arc al- Jrutod to ihe state In the au- tumn. Clifton Macdonatd, president, DROPPED HERE IN SEPTEMBER 21 Uiiildijig Pet-hills for Were Issued A big drop In building operations Jn Oil City In'September BS'COTO- pnrcd with, the corresponding perr toi of East year .wag-nolcj-today (n the monthly report by the city engineering department. building permits; llitig for expenditure of last month, year 3J pWBiits were usucd, and the toiti tolaled In'fludcd in (ail month's were two for the construction of residential buildings' at a combined cost ot In Sep- tember, 1910, only one permit.was med for the building of a refii- 'dvttiing ji a rest cl Four .permits Insl month veto for constructing" private gnrases and one for tt retaining wall. Thc other 14 were for additions, allcr- iwis and repairs, Up to October lt 174 permits were issued this year as compared to 1S9 liui year. The grand lolals lo October I c decade foUow. 1W.WI 15.W3 95.6SO 1937 1035 I93t 1P33 W2 1931 Core Introduces L New Price Bill r. y. Trax Convictions Upheld By Stijicn'or Court PHILADELPHIA. OcL Superior court In an unanimous decision loday upheld Ihc ConTklion ntid stntencc of 2? tfcfondanls diarcol wilh conspJr- Bhrt perjury in connection wiUi Umniunist nominating petitions in Pauburah last Tht- nil f Red CommiinlsU were arrciUd nfter the ramca of those who signed nomination to fcorc the Communist iwrlr rut on he ballot or the NVwbcr 5, 19W, yenml printed m a FiilibuTxh ncnMpancr. A frand jury investigation tnbVmcd. Kcarrcslcd WAS rearrcst- cn oday nnd held nndcr on nn involuntary nun- rifiushter charge in connection with Ihc fatal fhootiW of MofftU, 45, of New Prich- t on. A coroner'ir jury previously or- HoThtUt rtropricd; claiming Mrs. Mftficlt -t rfpalh in his np.irlmont 3D, wax Accidental. WASHINGTON1, Oct. (iore Term., a mem- ber of the House Uanklnf and Currency Committee, today inlro-! duccd a. sweeping substitute price control Mid.priKL limitation bill, i which would virtually freeze all prices, at Claiming wide supporl for the' measure, Gore announced hc move Ihut the committee adopt' his bill In place of thc leas drastic, jinhnimslrivtlon Gore's bill in the rtiain follows, the line recommended ty Itcrnard' Itaruch, Wo rlcl eentiomics cur, who proposed a blanket ceil- ing over all rents, wages and1 prices. The measure ivould: Provide for ceilings on all whole- sale prices, wages and rents, ex-, ccpt rents in rural centers of leas than The celling would be basoi on prices prevailing during the week beginning today; fix ceil-1 ings on farm prices at parity, in- llead of at 10 per cent above par- ity as in the Administra- tion bill; and permit the govern- ment to take all profits above 8 per cent on the amount of any de- fen! e contract. Meanwhile, CIO President I'hilip .Marray rigarouity opposed RRJ- legal control over WSRCS. NAZIHEPORT BIG OFFENSIVE BERLIN', Oct man troopi on the eastern front have launched a "tremendous of- fensive of enormous piopoit'c that will scon one of tha decisive stages of tho Rirsso-Gcr- man war, it wns announced todny. Xo details were jrivcn by thc high command fcut It waj slated (hat vast quantities of men and MftTpfancs were driving ahead in a movement 10 vail thai it could be compared to the opening of a fitw campaign. Claim Ark Koyal The IJcriin radio asscrlcd that an Italian submarine has loipcdoed the 22.6M ton aircraft carrier, Atk Tloyal. The OermAnj several times hnve clximed to have sunV or dam- the ArV RoyaJ. war bnllclli, said fiRhling ronlmo- ed the njshl nil along thc fronl unt? claimed that on the cenlral sector the Red air forxe uc- stroycd 45 German tanVs, 19 planes an infantry txntUilion, I Successful Rajjian counter-at- tacks along the cnliro battle line verc claimpd bj- said Ihc Koiia had driven baclt in several sectors. An efiiml Russl.in estimate 5 a pcrriian t >iavp been lost since Ihe. war be-! pan Ayairul Soviet' Innings 1 2 .J I 5 89 New York 0 20010 Brooklyn 0 0 1 Seeks Crown Manager McCarthy The fifth world's baseball chauv in tho past six years is IKc goal thc Now York Yan- kees, managoj by Joe .McCarthy, A victory over the Brooklyn Dodgers tljs Afternoon would assure the Yankees of ijie 19H erovvn. BRAZIL DENIES NAVALBAnLE RIO HE JANEIRO, Oct. Tiic Hraii'ian Ministry o c today 'oftKiaJly tlenitd enL reports that u violent nav- al Jud .taken Ma- cfiTo, HE southern :Up-of-Bra. ill, Rumors of-lho battle first ap- itred in tks Rio de Jancfrp 0 which fisliernieti at nearby points as henrtne ctinfirc and the sniokp. of battle. Authoritative Brazilian sources ould not comment furthcc pi the Ministry's announcement. One official said hc not "con- firm or deny" the rsnorta. No affwnoon newspaper in Hjo do J a ncir i, bowcTcr, carrltd n "foljow up" story on the alleged bfitlle today, indicating the ru- may have been without foun- dation. RIO DE JANEIRO, ItraiiJian naval rartio sla- tion at Fort Aleia today received a message statiriir an boat with 15 shlpwicclccd survivors had been found oCf thc coast of Braiil. The potstton given in the mes- sage was 9.17 south, west. The message requested that aid be sent to the scene. Further details were r.ol imme- diately available. Meanwhile the American steam- ers Wc-it Nihis and Pel Norie, cairyinft 35 survivors from thc torpedoed American- owned (anVer 1. C. White, wore to reach Iti'o de Jfljioiro tnraorroiv mornlnff. Ronfiam on Aloiiiul Fop -Yanks; W'yat I Pilcli- 2ng for Dodgers' EBBETS FIELD, Broofc ii, Oct. With their backs against the wall tind -with Uicir battered but un- bowed, the embattled Brook- lyn "Bums" took the Held against the' New York kces this aftcrnoon; jti tha fifth and what may prove to be the final game of the 19-11 world series and fit the- end of five innings the score stood at 3 to 1 in favor of the ican I.eajfuer.s. 4s (he Yankees took their poai- lion in quest of their fifth world' championship fn the past six years, Ernie Bonhani Waal on tho mound frifr them for the ile the Uums were relying on (heir ace, Whitlow Wyatt, the only, vcdger durJer to Jiold n decisioa over the .McCatthymen. losing no time in cntcrinir tho scoring column, thp Vaults bunch- ed two hits vritli a walk and a mid'. pilch to score twice in the second' nfojj, Keller, who put thc clincher ott yesterday's game a ringing. Prisoner Exclmngc Dcul is Concluded LONDON'. Oct. two British hospital ahips trans- oTliiig badjy wounded German ldiers from Newhaven to Dieppe will start on their way tomorrow al n. tn. arriving in Dieppe at p. m.f the rovcrn- metit informed German officials today, This arranccmcnt wilJ bo final, word to tho is re- ceived from thc German jfovern- mtnt before 3 p. m, (ESTf it WES slated. Th3 ships irill carry 41 officers nd 62 men, U was Kiid. The will sail from New- Haven flpam on Thursday, c.trrj'- intt 60 German -women .and chil- dren who hnvc been iniemcd m ain. final agrforofnl the of prisoners fltlj AC- irate on a lane nrrou lha channel was reached in n MKcm London RcrHn. Griil Heads Fined Oct. jm'dent Klmcr I.ajden of the AM tonal rrofe.woTial Football each on Owner Dan Tonpinir r BrooXIvn Dodgers and r-arj rtr.ile of thp rhflnc-VJ- tcst inrelvine last wcckV ?hih- Nn hy Ihe Dodders, 24 lo 13. TOMHENRICH BLASTS HOME RUNFORN.Y, g inns, started the ibubls" by walking. took Ihird when Dickey Changed o single orer sec- end, Kofler scored and Dickey wh second when VVyalt uncorked wild pitch. Gordon followed with nne-base fcncck ro right reentry Dickey. Ktizuto forced Gordon at second, Bciiham struck oL't end thron- out Sfurm to end tfia The BoJgers crept up on YartScec-s by scoriae a single or in the'tnird. Wyalt Blarled the puceedinga by Knfaff n double oil ihe left field wait. After Walker lined out to DlMitggio, Higns brought Wyatt (o tfiirrf by Flnglln? off Bonh.im's right ankle, Pete Reiser fliod lo" ilwp right, scoring. Camllli luL'ii etidod Iho I'ranie by striking Tlii- Yankees threatened Jti fourth inning but failed to put across a score. After Dickey grounded auk, Gordon and Rkzutu were walked in sucwssion. Wyatt Iticn bore down and s tract; out Bonhnrn. Sturm grounded out to Camilli to end New York's threat, Tommy Hcnrich Yankct out- fielder, padded New YcrVs lead by blasting a hoTiio run over tho right field screen in the innirff to send the Bronx bombers out in front by a 3 to 1 margin. Tho intense rivalry bttireirn tha two teams nlmoat precipitated in R fistic battle between DiMaggb and jn Ihc fifth itming. After lliSIng Kid filed out lo cen- ter, hc crcsseil (he field towards Ihe dupout when the Dotlycr hurl- cr made a remark. Coaches and players pulled thc boys apart. firnmlcis is Loss To Country-FDR message to Mrs. Louis D. Rrandeis, Rooserclt to- Hay said Ihtit the de.-vth of retired justice Hrandeis is a loig lo the nation. ''-My hearl COM out io you and youra En the loss of a loved and -'ovinjr husband and falhcr, Ttho my fricnJ the lonjj saitt 3Ir. KoofcvclL ''Mrs, Roosc-i velt joins me in thc nsJurance of ij deepest sympathy. whole n.iUon wilt bow reverence to one whose life In tho' as advocate ami wns by tht finest attributes] of mind nnd heart and soul.-In his passing, American jumprj- rfcnct has lost one whose years end dom RtiA whose bro.id spirit of rtRnUtn mndc him a tawtr of strength." Army Flyers Die 1' .AX r. R., oct lienlenanli Charlerf Kdwin LcffinRwell, of Oxford Junction, la., and John Wtnston Graham, ot Rostyn, lost Ihcir lives in a United Rules Army "''TG crash at Punla TjiJpgJ day. Their observation plane (no low the water, Irippcd wing and ovcrturnc4,   

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