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   Blizzard (Newspaper) - October 10, 1941, Oil City, Pennsylvania                                THE ffKATURR Fair cooJtr tVnlfflic. Sat- urday fiir and continued tool. VOLUMH97. NO. 117. The People's Paper OlLClXy, I'A. I'BIDAY, OCTOIiEIl NAZIS CLAIM VAST GAINS IN BATTLE OF RUSSIA HOUSE DOWNS MOVES TO CUT ARMS MEASURE Amendments Offn-nl In liar of liy Soviet BDU.KThN WASHINGTON', (let. 10 _ .Ultr s hilt hour of inrat Ike iebilt uf Ehc session, Ihe House late by a vole of I6J tn 21, an amendment which MnuM hale barred lend-lcASC aid lu WASHINGTON, Ocl. 10 by Hep. Wood-rum (D) to "atop talking politics and think about licking the pants off the House today boat bach all efforts to cut clown the I.cml-Lcase Bill and Oicti launched into bitter debate over svhetlier Russia shou Id receive a n v of t he fumts. The ijvje -m .injifted whtn Hep. Rich (It) IV, offers! nnu'ndmeat vnirh would flatly Var the iiic of .iny !cn 'Me-ass nioficv to aid (he Sovitt union, EdiOj W ik.M., at lh-_- same en file tn arr.i'.idnient lo bar lease -lend nil! unless Russia. eu.trantcVJt freedom of rolu'fon nr.il lo halt ihn flow cf tV.iirurwt into this country. Thiji' i naves fame after tfcc HMJVJ by convincing "'-arcln defeated six .consccutivo Hi- publican Ii '-an.1 It.-ms 1.1 tl't1 spending mtfiiJ'Ur'- us AiFmini sire lion hilt tinranl fival PJHMKC. ''I'm .ijrji'isl Comn.'Jnljm in c.Trty puiMble. -RWi flr.rt'l Jn nnti-ftuv M-JI; "It lime for vre Am c r i r vii R Ii enjoy fro f lorn fiifejoin of jpa-oh. to an-l sfveSt Ntti'l let tin fir..! bttr that v.t have ret up .T 'Jict-itorshm In the While who His this money lo fi-rthcr IVo Asfcnl from the Hoar if ie felt tM-ok-   rtasptis brc.ik ,'oivjVss Number uf Cases lil.OOO (.Rrdiovoscutar di.wasi'S ?G WX1 dcfecU Venereal diseases Menial Jt ncr.ous .ST003 I'tfeeU cf H.COO Defect., of (Inrluiiinc tubcrcufosia) JiiJce'laneous at Gran OhkedWil Cluld Found Jn Of Cruu'fnrd CuiinLy Krtrhi Takes :A Oil Ci.y.sirt wlia recently tan from her Seoley Avenue horno was the of a 'pot search in this lioti following1 fhcV. aHcgrd thrfl of thiujs from a home in Grand1 Valley, Crawford County; -A gltl rmswennp to Ihc itescrip-tion of_ Vht niiising Oil City one lira bsrn at Grand Valley. The owner ijivlted ihc gttl.to necoiii comfor-taUc -quarters i. withm th? to a rppwi'to tljp Titus-ville Shb.ivctoptwlj but from Ihc -house yesterday stolen clothing, an i-sjiemivc case and a handful tf money. Donald WHsjii, of Vul-Ky, told poltre he .Jiscovcrrd tlic young lady In the hayloft of hw lathcr-in-law'i barn about when he went out to fill the HCiS fecr. ICe safd he told the gir It was too cold to sleep in the Lirn and that if sho had no w say she had better corr.c iuta the nouie. ;The did nnd was glvcti a ccd for the night. She remained the next day, ieiHnc Mn. Wilson her hojne was, in Covington, 0., and IJiat ihe kid roJalivfi in Ti-usvtHc. Tiie Tplfe U lur help nth tho work around tlie In sea dltl some wnihmg before 4 o clock Mrs Ml the house to borrow loine elothci froni a ntinh bor. she returned, tha Rene So were a djpitct nr-d lighUr a bn Jacket a pair of bbcfc shoes and a of coins faij i girl told them her nnnc Dorthy DLnita thalJjho had i siller in ton 0 and t nt her jrnndmottor iwd in Titusvillc, Hc ihc wort a blue cn.it with.' brass a randyatici dress, fcroirn fffil nml had blue nriJ dark brown hair. Tilusvillo polirr notifjfj the Oil City poSIrp of Iho Ihpfl and naked nfru-inU- hero bo en Ihr Icok-oul for the wanderer. Oil City Voliri; weri- not tutpnVd. They said a that rfcscrip-llon but by Another nairc than lhat the vrm rcportr. miMinB fretn Oil City Wcilnos.tny cftcinoon anil tha; tbc1 fjirl hail participiirn in similar sdvcnturcs in the Valley is .h Missing Girl TRAINMEN ARE INJURED KMi'OUIUM, I'll., Oct. 10 Three trainmen were in-jurod and the Pennjiylvanm Hail-road riyht-of-Wtty tclwocn KIII-jioriuui and was early today in a rear-end collision lictM-eeri two freight trains tlirte Riilca Kast of Kiu-pc-riuni. The three crew numbers on the engine, which was pulJ-inj- empty cars, were taken to Uiiigway ucspitul but were not Ecriouily hurt. Two wure diEi-hurg-td today. The injured: Knumtcr C. C. Thomas, -IU, l-'ireniati A Conklm m and It. Carr." 4G, Curr, an, online man IKK Ihe was held at Ihc hospital for further observation, riilroad officials sail Tii0 engine, on the following train, anil four cars of each unit ivc-re ileraili'd. At midaKcrncon the line was still blocked although wrvcldng crews were at work clearing the Railroji.i officiaU said the cause of the, accident had not been determined. The paSECJiycr train chtduled to arrive in Oil City from Corry at. a. tn. today was !ieM up the collision near Km-porium. The Corry-Oil City train was live hours !atc. It pulled1 into Oil City at this after IlOOTl, Ctnipugn Lxpciibt1! l-'nr in Kccoidcr H ice, High JluhirJ I Vhj won the Hcpubtiraii nomination for. Vena ngo County register mid uconJi-d in last holly, toutcatcd priniitry election, did not spend the largest amount of money, to figures on espouses un fim at the tcutity liureau. Amounts cavditialcj said they have vvitii uanic-s of candidates arranged in order of the number of votes thuy received iollows: Hlchanl 1, Fry JJ25 Norman Payne mi Mary K. llt.rhin K. U. G15 F. 0. Uoll John II. McKiimcy IJo iVonnnn Havii oii F.lmer Rocdor Kenneth .Catlin 119 Jn addition, three of Iho candidates listed upiiid bills, wcrt: JfiT; Vaync, and ?63. Hcxula i ions ire ca nd i i late.i to file, an itcmiicd of canipafgn expenses it they are hipher thnn tf less than just an Affidavit be filed. posinK as B man, OrlarJo. 31. married tniabttb Nu'nr, ni MKuIt-j, Nev. Ia3l LaUr Day. police at i-os AnRclt-s rvvtatcil aftfr arresting the husband" at a film studio ''hi-'1 was o> a caretjiktr. Orlando foM Ruthoritica that Ihc tinrri.v.jc was working cut happily and that she had l-tfen ixnijig S3 a mnn fnr the past 16 ycaw. Young Nunt said that thai 'hus-harJ" was rot R nian hut the provUcd tier with aniop-portunjty "to p( POLLED KepuWIcan ifatcr.iV piXlrd a.'JO ,ptr rcnl htpher Vole in. ptuRtiry' Uiail camJidntcs, n survey of official fipurti ictcaitd by 0[ Ihc two fttr.lett-ii.tc offices to bv- iillr.l nt Ihc Ntfvombtr 4 fleet ic-n, the cri'RtTjt nuir.ln-r of votes WRS cast iJuprvme court justice- The Hcp'J bl i run and I Icir.ocralic volt talalrti an intlik'a-Unn (hat ihin one -third of thtf in the Tin- total vtlc lor Supn-mc court justice the Jfcn.ocratic n racv for Superior court hi' cast their the- J.V.-iuMic.in while those cf the op-iosinj' erratic Tl-.c offirii.l totali Supn-mr court (KcpuTjIL-canl WiHiam M. pf Oil an'i Karl V. Cump-ton. of MO 3 CM. W. Cnrc, of Uunvnntown, and S.imurl K. ShuU, of Strnudibuiir SMtterinfc For court (Rcpubll-ran.O Chnrlfs K, cf An rnoTi-, and Arthur C. Da r. of Tirrirfoniv, -JiTJia. (Dcin-ixntc} Michael Muimsr.no. of Piitjibiirich, pau] VV Mahady, Litrobo, a'nt-itriiu: EOi. 225 VriKiMicH'Oiuiitv Wo'rki-rs (fi'l Salary Ilnubls TV- twenty. H' 'f A. vorVrrs in Vcmnpi rio.hc n in thrir nrcf riifnc lo (ho of-f in f'ranfcliii. An INS dwpakh firm Harm-burs ?lAlr.t npproti-n.tujy CO -trtO workcri Ir. .1 Manrt (o receive cr. nddi-ticna! a >rnr in en Ihfl bni.s cf On- puy irrrcnic N'ationnl W. p. A. 0. Of the 'J23 in IVjiii-affect! Ly DIP n mcnih r-.y Iflri Bte M.-viw wnr :rrs. and 113 cnnslnirlinn vnrUrT. AH !Mfn J30 m-Jnlh, nn.l rc-f'-To nrp rlfjMMo for Ihc irrrci-c Sn o HTCVCP! iKit fra-cr ttai ihr r.n (hr- V.'. T'. A. in fail to (K'fil (Jiv (n A lol.il of SJW juprnrnry rtifn-.inMtMtivc nnt FATAL A. J. Fancy, l.x.tl rtsiJpnl. died at -Pi.Wi' '.Hoj-PiW. IbKnfnmlnR. nt aft' r" having been confined thcrr a 1-itAen hip F.lncc bad iUftaiuoil the injury n a fall in the of her hoiic en (frove Lut her c'ondt-l-on, conf.dcrtt! KCc-J until two she had n sudden rslapsc. She Mai torn at Itenn. a of the- fat.? Mr. .Vira. Fnhty. die.! ycari ARO. She her entire lift- in city. Tti'ir to htr injniy, Miss Fahry J n.'f very ihc of St. JoMph'i church, of which ilic a nicmlniT. She WAS alia a ]7ieniher of ,hp Rosary aocicly. Sin- haii a i-f.d aoiuanllantc in this city, liavinx formally i mplojr.l in ths ?M C. II, Sni Ih store and ,-tlso at Dunrp the War she MWWil Valley Towns Ask for limn VANDKIlCKlTrT Pa.. Ocl. Ten Conemaucli Valley com m unit its stood toRCthtr lixlay in llcir demnnils f nr n tlsni lo curb the river nnd prevent another 'atriejt's Day flood such ns swept IhroURh Ihe valley in I93Q, Rrpresenlativcs of iniluslry from Vnmlirfirifl, Apollo. Hyde Avonmore. North And Fast and N'orth Vnn'lcrgrift sirke-1 lhat n control dani fjc miilt at (he. neaifwaleri of tfic Cor.cmauph Itiver. A delxy of Ihrec menthf in work-fre Mnii? tnc loss of Ions o( sled seen hy John Humphreys, suprrinlcndent of the Vjuiiltrerifl plant of the Cnnwgte-Illinois Sleel i( Ihere s another flow! diirinK the present ruih of nathr.nl .lefcjue work. Histrict Kncinccr. II. liooptr. Mill ttal nfter making surveys of in '.he Cone-maiixh amt KisVlTninitas valleys, n site Hnlisburn sermcii Ir, he Ihc liejl, and tcnlmivclr f ecu icleclcil for the propose.! Gc-n. Powell Sliiflrd In Service CAMDKN. Kijvcral dliifts in officer prr-foiinol in effect, Army rr.n-MctjVus toilay nlonu the Nnrtli Carolina- SouOi Carolina I-aU-.it off-eor (o via Ccn, Hitfor.! R. ferniff of the .Vtw Jfrwy State Senatr, wh-> was rc-plAfctt na fwAmnndur of Ihe Mlh The rrpliccnicnl VRS n'.r.de bv I.iout. Gen. llusli A. Drum, First Army romnmniier, tpoii r.-ccntntcnifntfan of On. rt. romman.Jfr of the Second Army Corps. _ The ,-iclion ivas liy t.pncrnl Drum, who said lh.il   f w eb' inj: t lie i ;a K into a solisl bloc Nnri trade tiiUuro pcr.sUalii.n this he mis-pherc anrl rather of Iranmir the Nmi bsdcnbip. The I'rcM.Icia lo -.m'ni fiiildi'i on Iho hrniMlcas tti'kh rocnuntrly Fins r a re fav-OT.ihlc to tt.e llrilcd Stales. U. S, 1U.AMKH TlKltLIN. Oct. ID-tlWl- Thp 'NI- puVlrV'-d tnspirc-1 i f- "o r fi a n ite a pu S i n Acldiiional Men Join Army Air Carps K'nlistmenl oii younp men from scctFon in the VnittA States army air uas an-nouncej Inst Uy FcrKMnt T. 1'nlmer, local rccruitinz officer. One is Russell Bailey, son rf anj Mrs, A. Bailey, of Cocbrnnton. lie is a graduate of llich School, The other recruit, Glenn (lonlcn Jlr- an'1 'In-Jtoth men hare as-FiSTiivl to tfic Wichita' Falls m'r .ferf-c.int Palmrr un-noiintrnl that a ruinhcr of vacancies nrc_ now open for the nir cijps with ftclc's trt (foi.i, wen u rn-.'STtcrca in Pan-.iwn, Puerto Ilico, Hawaii and Sliilc Store Piiy tntnlliivir fl year were unnr.rjnicil to-Jay hy nr Franfclin, who was jcrioiuty injumt MondAjr riRM he and R, H'jrchfield were Mnifk nn autrtntofiiV while walfcinff n Mrrel fn Franklin, whs re pi (led nl the Franklin bospilal a.-bcinc a "little MtVr." Jlis   >outh's cloth inp catch fire as tu attempted (o repair the fuel puui] of a companion's automobile. Po lice said Smith ran for n btocl a rfownlown street he was finally stoppeij.nnd the fin t'Slinguished- llw WMpartion, Giibcrt Urown 19, of AUentown, not injurct thr set fire his eompanifjn's rlpthine'. Iwl firol Blichl hums on the hind; Itjlne' to extinguish Snnlh'i At The Hospital Miss Mary Porter, Curuensville John C, Crow, 1015 West Street. .Mrs. Jar.ics -Smith, 43 Eas Bisjell Avenue. VinccTjt 44- Seneca Street. IJiscfiarges Mary I.yUe. PloaFanlvHIc. Mrs. Johri Weaver, Kwx. Mrs, D. C. Schrum, Oil Cif Star Koulc. Mrs. Kvclyn Kunlcr. J3 Hoff man Mrs, Charlrs Korb, Mrs. JoKn McRic, 19 Clear firld Slrccl. KranV Rolcciii, 327 Em TTTiTi] Street. Lawrence f.m Icntcin. MIT. Eugene priccp 9 Dec Strict. Charhs Coapcrsta-A-ir flirt h? A jon, this lo Mi and 3Tn. James Smith, 4.1 Eas BiS5fU Avenue, A daughter, afkinocn, t 5fr. Vinttnl JM Soiirra Sir   

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