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   Blizzard (Newspaper) - October 9, 1941, Oil City, Pennsylvania                                THE WBATHER Cloudy aiij warmer tonlgbl, Fri- day cloucjy with scattered aliowers titd somewhat wanner. The People's, Paper YOUJ.MK 87. NO. I ID. OH. CiTY, PA. THUKSDAY, OCTOBER 9, Germans Claim Collapse Of 3 Russian Armies By P1BUHK J.IIUSS BKRLIN.'Oct At least a million Soviet Iroops arc hopelessly trap- pcd in the Bryansk sector of the Russian front, the armies of Vorcshifos', Budenny ami Tinioshcnko have collapsetl ami Nazi Germany's gigantic military campaign against the Soviet union may be consider- ed v.'on, according lo official announcements in Berlin to- day. Opening up of triumphant claims slier several Jays of illenre, the msiie public the text a( 3 manifesto issued to hfc troops by He ichs fuehrer Adolf Hitter on October '2, 'nun ounce J rirflement of three complete sian armifg nt ISryansk and diii- elosed Naii atlminijtra- Ucn of Vast Russian areas has al- ready begun. "Our frx> wilt be completely imnthed before the Winter sets Hitler told (Editor's Note; In answer lo Hitler's procbin.itioir, the BrJtiih radio said, according to CCS: "The Cermanj ore re- peat all Ihe claims they made on July I2t when taid the Russian array in a atatc ol Jifintogrntion and the rc.vj to MOSCOW lay Urief The official coratnunlquo of the t7trro.iu command waj brief, It merely BaiJ that the coniniandcd by Marshal Stmyon in the Bryan ik and Vyazma regions total between GO and 70 divisions, A Sonet'divi. ;ion noimatly imouTils to roogWy men.- Fat the Fuehrer's proclamation, just the hure fiifs cf offensives were launch- til. nnd a lengthy statement issued Reich Chief Dr. Otto that cam- icn. is all hut over. '.'Our last preat opponent in con- tfitltr and England suffer' a-, dceinie 'defeat through the loss of her last re- inninirp ally on the continent. "Comrades, you have seen 'paradise' of 'Corkers and rwas- anfu. "You have sec n the po rty whkh prevails in thin cmntry tc capable wf the entire world to a degree un- imaginable to uj Germans. is the t of 25 of Jewish nile, whteh in the shape of Rot'hevijm was f ur.damcnt.il lj- st form ot roual to the Ism. "Hie pillars of loth syitcmj nnd the Je yon were summoned on June 22 (when the invasion of RUE- fia fccgan) you were by tfce 7 IsKresL militaiy power of al! timrj. "Within hardly three months, >tu in smajhfnff lank hriga'lc another, anni- hilated countless divisions, I uncountej and areas witH which the foe was sup- plying its war industry with raw ''Within a. few weeks, the m-ist rkciiivc industrial ccntern of the Soviet Unicn will be in year f liitfcT defllt at with the sicantic quantity of vat mater- ials nnd toll of (he rajt (Continued on Page Two> Kxpccleil al Knclmristic Preparation! were hcinj to- to (e 75.000 men M the Eufharinlic Rally in Forbes Sunday iiUM, XM third in The Most Hush C- Hoyle, bUhcp of the PitlfKurgh which compmcs 10 roun- four other Lishr.ps, 5GO prints and altar toys will laVc in the procenion nt Ihc begin of the ceremony. Men from pJTiihos in the rittjiburgh diitncl V-ITC erpccUd to 'and Ukt in the of the ilf'-.scfi Racramtnt. sermon will be preached Jhj Mo.t Rcrcrend Bfrnard" Shell, of Other hishnp, .-ill he the Most Rev- erend Ralph J-, of Crallnn, rector of the Amcri-nn Collcjfe of the Mml Rcretrnd fUsil of Ifomntead, of the CuthoJic Church, Oriental Kile, and the Most Rcvertri T. of L. Convenes uLnff the naUoiul conven- tion of ths American Federation of Ufaor In Seattle, Wult. Wil- liam Green, the A, f. or L. presi- dent, pledged the organization to follow President Roosevelt lo "lht hit If r end'1 in hli itand on Inter- nxliaaal questions. preiMent. In a message to Ihc convention, called tor an end to work stop- pi gea in dtftnse AulhoriticH Act in Case ST.. Jotitii County today Ihry plinncJ no action in conneclion with the of three unburied by two aged eccentric ot their ramr shackle deep in the pj'ncy 20 mifw south of JacKMon- fllfe. The bodies have been htld by vrtruiJc Anhorni 7J, and her sis- ter, llinnic 63, spinster jisters. The bodies arc thoif of father, Kibcrt Anhoni, dioil in 1W1, siit'.r, Fannie, who Jted in, 102-5, and a Ncifro servant, who died in The remains of- the fattier and lister are kept in beak 5 in the house, while the body of the Nvgro servant (s In a in n rmaH batn-liVo some distance away. County otficia.lt, who have been aware of the eaie for years, said i hey plan to taic no act ion in the mari bodies, th ni.it tcr when the sisters arrangements to keep the However, the' laid they would cooperate with other 'mem- bers. of the, family in any COIITAC they to lake, Stem Kully to Oct. Kui- iia'a huge up in all the fury of a last-Men stand lo-  fsttrjay the .Vail hare been try- In ft to bailer their way nortnwat.l from fterman-occnpicd Orel, '2. south of the Rujstjn Tank batilti arc now in progrc in the Orel district, these  'otilcl no more call for n rleetaratlbn of war than Old pasfajrp of the LerwM.e.'nc Act, but added; "It is time for thU country to slop playing into Hitler's hsiidj to unshackle our own." SinVtnR5 The President called attontion recent ot American ips by Nazi submarines within waters of the western hemisphere warned Hitler nrnMnx desperate fight agaimt time to h both Rusil.i nnrl Rritnin. We to Miru! to ihe real- tht President Haid. "5f we did not that Hitler is now determined to extend all re5ourccJ and the nwehanlcnl force ami manpower at com- mand to crush both Rns.il.i nnJ Britain. Ite fcnows that he H rar- IHR- time. He has hennl the of revolt (be eflitaretl peoples tnclmlinc liie Italians, He fears the motjntiny force of American aid. HP in which he may acheive tola] victory arc numbered, "Thctrfort1, it is our duty, as never to eitend rticro ard more' aishlance and even more to Britain, lo Russia, Io aH peoptts nnd mdivtrfuats figM- ini- lUrery. We muit ila without fear or favor. The ulti- mate Mitt of western hemij- rnere MCA in the balance. "I My lo you loVmnty thai it rnilitstrf pfans lirouffhl lo sutcestful fulfillment, thai} be forced to fijfht in dctcnrcotour hamt-a [Continued On I'.IRC Two) Crude Oil Oulpul Lust Wctk YORK, Oct. decrease of IWrttO barrels in' darly avtinxe Rnm enx'f all pro- duction the work rndetl I from tbc preview wcclc was re- corded today hy the American o'cum fr.stitute. The   result of a "flagrant breach of faith on behalf.of According lo tho trinouticemcnt IJM-roany proposed that tlie differ- ence m numbcrt Ixs maJc up by. (ierir.un civilian Enterncea in laud, but the Uritisb Kovcrmnwit rejected this rropoa.il, however that it was willing lo re- patriate a number of Gcrintn Xvoinc n. A icini-official Gi-rmiin xUtc- menl ?aid Germany first supfrfst- ed tLic exchange hit August through the mcd'-ution ol Switzer- land. "In (icconiancc with German vTctoHca over the state- ment "UW selectable flril- Ons were in Gvrnmn fiends, while there icere only nboat 50 Germans Nazis Wxatrd The German statement blamed KiiKlamI for Ihc Initial temporary ilclay, but eald the Keich ncrced to propasilj of the United Slates 'laxly in I-ondon on October 4 L two British hoipita! ships ccoil to France with 100 Ger- man wounded )irficners anri" rc- luitrfrtfe n correspond inn number of It was sujrucslM tfic hanRc be carrie'l out Octob.tr 7.  nt. Sho rlcarly Tcmrtiir-crs many of the tT.iys the War States. MOVIE UNION EXTORTION IS TOLD1 COURT Labor Leaders Ccorgc ftrowiic, and Willie Hioff an; on Trial .BULLETIN KKVf TOKK, Ocf M. Scfcem-k, presi- dent of Loews, Inc., today testi- fied on irirness stand in fcdortl court that he had paid in cash tt> WiUfem "Willie" Biott, West Coast labor leader, in I93C. Hy JAMES NKVY YORK, 'Pay ua else we'll nrccl; your business." That was the'Ulreat of labor lenders GcorRc -Urowtyj and his 'personal Wil- liam Ribff. to four Hollywood mo- tion picture companies, nccordinjr to United Statta District Attor- ney P. Corrca, in outlin- ing- tho proieruUon'E male jury ot the ex- tortion trial in. federal court. Browne iind R-ioff didn't surceeJ in gelling the hut in a five-year period they managed to extort about 5550.0CQ from the Hollywood firni3, Comn .chanced. T-esUnmny Starts .'odayi the taking of testimony was to befiin after the defense, has an'opporlumty to reply to the prosecution's oiwniiitr statement to the jury. The will peeled produce Ecniational tes- timony., IJrowne, prejtdjnt of the Inter- rjatioiml Alliance of 'rhealrical ffc Emptoyos and Bioff ca Im ly t0 Correa's tlicrges. They looked like a cou- ple of prosperous business men. is about- 55, with mm- gray hair, ruddy-face and about five feet ten. Jliaff jfo shorter anJ stockier, and years old. Both wear spectacles tn the court- room. Browne is a member of the A. F. of cxtcutivc commit- tee, its supreme- covcrnfnc body Prosecutor Correa quietly ct- plainc-J to the jury what, he said, we iiOTcrnmcnt would prove in liLs case. With Inlfrnaltonals He WJ them the indictment charRcs that the two JefcatlanU. starting aboul Xovcmber 1, 1905, 'unlawfully, 5y ujo of threats, forced payment of money to the tune of The money, he df-cittrett, was exacted from Inc.. Paramount Pictures, tnc., Inc.. and Twen- 'Conllnucd On Two) LnCnnrilia for Air Raid Oct. .Mayor F. K. UGuardia of Xcw Vork, today vigorously Ccnpress to permit his Office of Civilian Defense to provide air raid protection equipment for cit- ies "50 we can Into action :f it is "There a city in tho Unit- ed Stales that the necessary equipment lo meet war 'condi- he warned the House Mili- tary CoiTinaiUee. "And there Isn't R city which can nit and buy the necessary equip- "We don't cxocct prof on Red at- tacV.i such Hritlsh cities nave he paid. wouM ex- short, Surprise so we wo n't need as much mrnt as Etuflnnd." LAGuftrdta. slid that Ws office had plnnneH for nir raid protec- tion for cities in the Unite-i Statts and its territories, "haso-1 on actual war conditions And the British Without disclosing of bis l.aGuardin naked for leR- ishlion lo permit him to buy the wiuipment, which he described "mostly fire flgM- infi cquTpmcnl." ArmyAVnii VMlJPjay Concert Adiutanl Alf Walters commaTi'l- cr of Oic Balvalioii Army corps Springfield, will pivc a free conceit tn the Hammond electric solovox In the local vollon Army hall Rt 8 p. m. to- day, according to Major Arthur Adjnt.iTit Mm. Wallers are veiling Major Whtall Construction Holiday Policy for Defense Is Effective Immediately }jy JACK VINCENT WASJIINGTON, Oct. The government 'to- promulgated a new policy aimed nt Buspcndihg all non-essential public and private construction where -it would deplete the supply .ot defense materials. The wAA.oiitli'ned by President .Roosevelt's Supply; Priorities and AMochilona Helen Morgan is Demi in Chicago -IIELEJV CHICAGO, her family announced today that puttie funeral acrvices will bo held Saturday for Helen Morgan, thV fcirl wno' with a sob in her throat ami for two de- cades America's leading torch nger. The ore, expected to be held In a chnpcl at La Grange, and will" be open to the public. -Miss -Morgan, who was 37 years old, Hied bit night in Ilenrntin Hospital, where she was operated upon September 25 for a liver ail- ment which had plagued her since dhood. She wta given 14 blncd trans Tus last yesterday doctors battled to rally her waning strength. Familj- at Kcdside Until a ago, she was pivcn a chance lo recover, but she grew Eteadily weaker finally lapsed Into a coma front which she never recovered. At fier .fcedsiilG when she died .vcrc her haslmnd, Moyil Johnson, n Los AnR.-.Ics nulm-nobilc dealer, anil her mother, .Mrj, 3Iar- Kan, of UiRh Kails, N. Y. Also present were nn and aunt, Mr. Mrs. Robert Dillon, of Chi- cago, and a few clojc friends. Although abc wns a favorite of ilngo, icrtcii and radio and at- lained widc popularity ns a ?inser of torch sonps in night club.i where she was wont to perch on piano tops, iliVa Jforpan probably will so beat remembered for her por- Tftyal of the mulatto girl, "Juii in FJorcnz proJuclion of ''Show Bop.t" She later appeared in the iarne roTe on the screen. One of .Misj first suc- resalu! npptarantcs wa? In xregrcld's "Sally." From there sho went cn to fame in nicht clubs, and later tioupcd vnth fiCOrRa While's "Scain'als." AinotiK her monies were "Applaujp." "iwcot PranJtic Miss Morgan was born in Dan- illft 111. father wax ,1 cnt- kmAn. Shc came as r chijd! and worked for a time At A ribbon counter in a department alorr. Her climb to fame when she won a beauty contest in Canada and returned lr> Chicago to nntc in music She stepped rtgbl from Ihc music halls tnlo "Sally." MA11KET DROPS YORK, Oct. fy tnc steel unarm, the MocV Sl 4 one of tnc wirfcst declines in months. me "Funded to -nrountt snares 4M.OOO rhnrcji yrsrerdny. Oils htM IhcTr lifelines to fractions. Board and the Office of Pro- dticlion Management was directed to put it in effect'at once. A bwrd statement explained lhat "no public or private con- struction projects which 'usei crl- tical materials such steel, cop. per, bronze, aluminum, and 30 forth, may be 'started duripg the emergency unless these jects nre cither necessary for di- rect national defense or are es- sential to tbc health ami safety. of the people, Order Far'Itea'cMhg' "This npplica to public projects state and as.building- of post offices, coart houses and similar "structures; to the construction of roads and hfghways; to river and haruprim- prorements; and to flood and] power projects. It applies to the construction "-of factories, Jofts, office .buildings, apartment buildings and all other commi3Tcial_conBtniction, It applies construction; for The board Raid the step was ncccss'ary in order to build "nil of the wareliips planes, tanks and, oilier things essential to the nat- ional security.." To Apply 'Tests" It _the 0PM IA apply two testH ir> issuing priorities for building materials. They were: 1. Does the construction inrolva tfce use of appreciable fptati'slits of critical materals? 2. Is the construction directly necessary for national defense or clearly essential for tnc health and safety of tho civilian popula- tion? "If the answer to the first quej- tion is nnd the answer .to the second question is prior- ities for the critical materials in- volvttl will not bc the boarcl declared. the policy, (he hoard gave the QPM power virtually to veto Concessional n pproprintions public works, roads and hi'ghirays and river and harbor improve- ments. if Congress appiopri- alcs money for such work, tJic projects may fec blocked by 0PM (Cotillnur-d On Two) Gus Kahn Oeatl KOLtYWOOD, Ocl. services were bcinp ar- ranged today for Cus 5J, noted sonc composer who dictS from a lic.trt flilmcnt, Kahn comoosecl such notable Wts as "My Bine Heaven." "Hoa-'re You Gonna Kccp Them Down On the and of others. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Gmco Knnn, diuKhter, Irene, ant! n son, Donald. Kahn was born in Germany. Hospital fainc Kazebce, 12 Peart Ave- nue. Mrs. Thomas Cirrnll, 305 Bissell Avenue. Mrs. Roljcrt BrinV. Jfaw- linc Street. Clifford Potter, Plumcr Street Jean l.inseyi Upper Tlivcntde Drive. Wrs. Clyde Case, 210 Jmpcrial Street, fierald Ilasson lleiphty. Willard Mn Kon. Oil City, R, D. 1. Mr5. R. C. Gatfloy, 77 Portlani Avcr.ue. Kugcrc McClellan, BiJacll Arc nue. Mrs. Purton Hensler, 906 West First Street. Mrs. Pan! Peirjsn, 3 Witauf Mry. nnice Toy, 30i IliUnJ nue. i HirlM 'j A snn, evening, to Mr. sr.J illard KtjlcMmon, Grovt   

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