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Blizzard (Newspaper) - October 8, 1941, Oil City, Pennsylvania THE WEATUKK Genei-filty sM cooler to- night. Thursday (air with mod- erate temperature. Cjh? The People's Paper VOLUME 97. NO, 118, OIL WEDNESDAY, OCTODEK 3, 1911. FDR TO ASK AUTHORITY TO ARM MERCHANTMEN NAZIS CLAIM BIG VICTORIES NEARMOSCOW Kussiaus Are Trappcil on-The Cen- tral Front BERLIN, Oct. More than Russian BOItJiers have been trapped in four separate rings" on the central front, one Inryc mass of them in the regfon of Vyazma, only MO miles we-.t uf Moscow, reliable Nazi mih t ary qu arte r'a rev ea) nlglil. Thc colUpsc of Martfiaf Sonyon Budejiny's restslancc, rctwncil by DuJf wsj said to .Vavc wide open the road for a frontal Nati InlanJ (he Kussinn capital, anj to spell the bfjiinjiifiK the end of Slalin'5 regime. MarsJia! men, it was said, have "no hope of ejcapinc Unit doom'1 white, at the same time the German Wh command that Soviet encircled in the Vyaznn srca, "face annihila- tion." t'3cc Annihilation Six to -stvcn Soviet also ntrc in be complelt-ly rurrouiirJeil arid fa'iiiT tvtedy ar.- in Uic area ivsl north of fiir of Azov, Thty when a motorized S, S. divi- sion pusfitd alonz the coait to Os- vlpcnhn Mhrrp it joined hands with tank formations 'irivinc down from north. limit said lei t-c conlinuiziff beyond ilarjupol of Ihc .remnantj of yie Ninth Soviet tnvy A Gernian lank army, rtinfcrcait by Italian, Itvf.- nnii SlovaVTah units, wns I Uv lo of AXIJV froTn the dlrcttfon of forcci wore lo have cut off the re- trcst of the Ninth Army, forcinr it in ?ivc bnWIe and hoal'tit: it PcHtopol. 2 Naxi Divisions Are Wiped Out MOSCOW, frreh Rfrroan bjttalions into the gfgafitic 1'r.itJc np- in ihe Vyaima sector IV) mJlrs cf iloseow have tAmpleltly wiped out. the Soviet Htfh com m and announ-ed tody. The r.cTT men were thrown in- to combat lait cvc-ninf Ihe German a.Jvancc ttocpj acor- cil a of about 70 to rr.ifh Ific Vynirra sector. in the Vyaima jascd unabaUd throughout tmlay until 3 p. ta. authorities, there was a'two-htiir lutl, after whith the two fresh Naii tried to take a point identified only aj Jn line with their usual the Rii.nhnt hell their fire until ihc eTicmy approachtif within ctoifl thpn up with Ihcy oblitciatinsf the atUcIcen. The CeiTnati moved down by Soviet firs were dcKritv as be fas In a "nUlfl of intor- Itol Star, of- iici.il organ of the SoTicl aidiv. Usutd tfii _____ Collapsed Bridge Halts Ore Shipping Shipmfnl from Lake Superior ports of viUlty n brought ij t mttui staniJjWI eisnl rai locks ei-IUpjed under, Ihe wnshl of pasjinj freight train. ThU ntvr ol tGl'e rlito show one o( Ihe frrigh! ran e.t> ,i rnlL'pml cud A lowmotno tender ohfch :nU the carnal tgo men lo Ihfir dcaili. An mrly no critatt. o( _. _, _._ Iron ora for the country's delete-'elf ort isnt bridge the JarRtit of the He.ult SU, FIRE PARADE BIG SUCCESS Given a a! the Usl min- UiC by the the. annunl Fire Prcrf niton; IVroi n.inide iiiclit. drew crowds if several apcctatori who thrilled (o the flaih cf red of corps. pnifcn t and the rauiic and drum arjd i Oil- City fire iltpjirt- jsprifl) trurV won ftiuHits or the irathcr- in frcnt of City tiall near stand firemen undir direction cf One! Ttotnai A. Owens iti use. groups which lent color For iNnl Carving Charles A. VVrhen who is 7'1 mid has been a Uarfoer for Ihc 51 years' closed his shop today and said 'in the next breath that he is going to "turn it Into 'a nut No, he wasn't Just that after halt a century in ci Mr.' feel hint Handinjr a chair for so yean. j His new nitlch lie is ittvcntor- nianufncluriT ialcA- man LI that of carving walnut butternut to fcrm itovelly jewelry ami household FRANKLIN MAN TOJEBURIED u'cral fu nets for VurthficU, 6-. ol wf-k fatally, In jurrj Jn '-au'autO bilc on Xdtth.' ThittctnUi Slrctt Mcmyy. nlffhf, will tit hts lalc'rejidcncc lonior- alEcmoon bn GriiU Slrect at Cite a eotmfc ricaUhy turn hl in Hi -Aith hl 1 to the parade Wire the Oil City band Oie fire dfpaeLT.tnt bands, A'ctcrans taTld vatiuus other and ol Korean band sr.d t iHlth btnd. fire companies gj J besides Oil City, were Or .K'noi. Reno, Roiiuvillc. Ur Oil Corporation anil United Nat- ural Ras Company, l-i-d by n eolor guard, the Ameri- rin lejfisn A of mcm- tow in Co-'lirnntoh cpnditiort of llaxiSlonc, 33, ol KrnnVl.n, who SCHOL Jy injtirc-J in tfie same _ V-MS si the Kranklin hbj- pilaJ this Irfinjr a li The two raen vecro jiruck by cur while walking acrcss a street in Krjnklin when tlic strict lig" (n the Third WarJ out due to thu rain jtoin. bors 3n line cf march with Ihc (0 j and S toeoomlivc and Boy Scout alji> raraJinj-, j OMcrvance of I1'ire Prevention will conlfnue through Ratur- dny antt during the reirainine ilaji jof the week Utks will given te- fore various clubs lions of the cily, inupcrUnni will bu niaiic in varicui iTniuilrisl ptantA and tnfrcantile i.in tioops: "tn thia j appeal "tn thia cf graFe deferui your country bravely. fully Rtvl dignity and honor. tinspxringly of yonr Hoed nd your life Hull fsr of final vl-tory wrcr Ihc pficmy." .Surgicnl Opcralion l-lnils (jirl's Hiccups SKW VOKK, Oct. AlUr hictupinj for li niffhtj, rfurititr time her W 110 pifiinfij (o 67 pouruii md phyiiciani (a ftar for tier lite. IS- fur-trM eha'tr rc.'frnc Kday, iho hAviriir txf'n hrouzht an nd by n ianjic.il Til? opmUon, linsplc but wriJ- ptrformcd H'ycfc fcy Ur. Sumaels, AHhou.irh Pr. SqTimcli refusal 19 discuss OiKrutiorr, jt B-flg (earned that aK wkol hi.1 ken fnitcU.I the pArcnic whkh run down f iihtr of thrmt to thir di.t- thcn MitMlne (ht ill be urficd to HrAte in Dray in climinat- Shed And Tin Aim Workers Go On Strike GAtW, Oct. workers Mizcd walkout at the (Jary sheet wl tin tiiiil oj the Carncpie-flfiEVjii Steel Cottipany, rrotiically (Kuttins down the tiz plant which is ft vital key in na- _ tt'onnl defense production. tnuMe eamc the rtrjtl of F mail dupj pleVetinjt' dritc arnons the Or it couple o'f Or toothpick holder, whai do you want, a ChaUanooftn choo-chooT) ilr. jrct Entiresu-d in carving nut .shtll novtliifj some months ajjo he wia loolcttif, over n ooHp-tion several huti- drcd pej.pc' by Mi couviii. ilrs. Au- Kust Lund, jr'nd. Til nrnkc hct a pair lhal Hill be Ific barter ifctidcif. So ho lo 'tycifc with a knife, driver and Sec tick nnd after atxjul Kecks he ftaj a pair A Irlctul Rdmirerl them and. he WKd; more ami jiiory anj wmc more. soil ot thins went on until he decided (hat EC many people ihoupht ftis noTcttki were Ihcy should IK; willinff to pay mcnry Me has btcn MaHrj? them for falc jlncc April. Three nov- cay itimb in arc Delay Conclave VIIILADKI'IIU, Oct. Jtihft J. publicity thaitTrrfti for fan So t.f Ihc of Aw'friMn Jttvnlutlon, (why noiiiKcd jtojlprmroeiiS of the v. paniralioa'i Estate eonvcniiuii tc- of the MlUtmrKh hotel stride. The vrrions AVrc to ntst Mcmfay, but xvill He Jsotj November 10, ilrs. Jfrjip snlfj, Tax Fined The plant, lariat of its in the world, employes S.200 pro- jection and only A few non-CIO employes in the sliopi afler CIO ordcrcil CIO were toM by their leaders to Rft Komt after romr fought viih eily jujlitf In frwt of (he One worVtr was ar- rcalcd Uie Altrre.ition with police- jt lUmiburj? twiay to ex- amine A of pTans dciiRntrf to redistHct Ihc siorul dl'trkU on Ihc bnsli of the 9 K ceruus. A. AcMcrman, (0) huhriljr JctAfi- flnJ
(what country A. C. Bftnudl ScuthAMe Hoslptal. Physicians I. were Unable lo revive him, ciU'zcnshCp. Details of his illigal eniry into Golf -Prize dot Immediately divulged A. 0. HumrcIIt of Oil City, UVcn to 'the police who the Dies CommCt-ice uncc XT as brfiuirht a S3 score over the IS-holc layout nt tht Vork Cleveland by Club this morning (o take the first rilicc prize in the fa die K party to orcaniic feature. refused lo prize in tfic med- iPPll nny explaining that he WA defend themselves from Rtlack jiut as men on lanJ have tvch a 5aJrf uThfl'y ought to h.nrc to make suoh n defense, (o tiieir and Ihcir properly." Ccncpitiine the combat tone ban, he "My. own view is Dial the United Stales should remove the rcitric- Ifony and that the United Bhuuld ctjitJ firmlf for the tenancc of rigWs and rights w' Us people under interna- tional "Kvcnts arc changing so rapidly and situaiiona arc being dcvt-.fopcd BO suddenly that I am of the opin- ion (ftat a Wife time wnli clearly the necwsity for thi epeal of bolh To Uill Bloom eaid thai he piannfO lo nlroduee his bill immediately ifler nadirs cf ihe presidential message tomorrow and start hear- ings before JiU comTaUre on tht 3fonrf.iy, "We will keep the htarings a-' us nnd expect (a re- poit the bill mil iKfore the end of 'Continued On Pace TTTO) At The Hospital Mary t.ylle. Pleasanlviltc. Adam Andres, SOS, Street. Shirt Kann, SnicpenTilK MM. Scott Mealy, Reno, Samuel Fltimnsr, Clarioi t'hijtft, Oit City, Direhargrs i Pemadinc Knor. CRcwmo, Wdync TerwilUstr, 107 WahaiS Avenue. >hf. CarJ Hcnze, SM Ccwcll Avenoc. Nnncy Manby, 12t Wyllil StrreL Haghey, 123 Hoff- man Avenue. A ci atiirlitcr, this niorT.Tns', 11 Mr. Mm. Shit) Kflpp, Ship'
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