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   Blizzard (Newspaper) - October 13, 1941, Oil City, Pennsylvania                                THE WKATURR IfKf casing vtouJiiusE mini not, s too! toiifghl, Tuesday. TJie People's Paper OIL CUT, PA. JIpNDAY, qCTOBEH vni, I-A. luynimi, inauiiBH HULL, STIMSON CALL FOR SHIPS TO BRITAIN BRITISH RUSH FORCE TO AID SOVIET Bowlers Being Sought Miss Maty A. Smith, of 10% H'ul Ki'fcM Street, Js a women's Icnpfri league which will roll on the new V. M. C. A, alleys. Any ivonmn bowlers who wish lo join, the tiftw lopp ate asVtJ to pet fn touch with Miss SmilK Agent Fingerprinted George Sjlvotci Gerrosn born pablidst, signs hd (injerpnDt record fn P C, headqaariers after ta was Indicted on of Uing Naxl ijent. pUadtJ gOiHy he withheld materitl lafoiroation when he Wjlh ihe VJ. S, zs Ipzriw AGREES i PREVIEW OF; RACKET CASE i High Tribunal Ilaiulh Ortkrb 350 Stpartitc Mailers WASHINGTON, Oct 13 The Supreme Court Loday consented to review a rise11 Involving constitution Blit> of the Anil HacKctcermg as applierd .0 hbor untonj lietr arguments on the'nctvon of A fcdm! judge fn cancel! ing a naturalization certificate membership in ihe Com-nuinist party was concealcii J fhJan court; which hamlc'd pidcrs in more than 3jO oTiO cMiilcd a review of valldily c-f "Peace which has bf en attacked if labor unions. Appeals Helrctcd' The appeal of Tohi Pendrr-Rast, Kansas Citv Dolitiral ahd Kobeil E, Missouri ih-Turatice lupprintcndcnt, to ttl asiie convictions of court and Iwo-ytar prison sentences, was rcjccloJ. The court pared Ihs way for impoitant decisions, after arsu-meat, in Important lator qws-tion< The had npncaled Ifie; case nficr Iho Eccond circuit court at Now YoiV set aside conviction of Local 507 the fnterrmtlon.il Brolher-lootl of -Teamsters. Tho union and 2fl Individual members were charged with fhakbtr owners of trucks in Xiw. York City, .them h.pny fpr larfte Iruck brought into the The tasc only whether lhl.s is but Vmilta of federal anli-crwie Naturajiiaiinn Case Tlio naturalization was appealed who been stale ficcretnry of (he jiartj- in California. patuRiliialbn WBS (n 1310 by Fttloral Judze MIchncT J, HocJie fit San Francisco, on the ground Out he hail mcTtiVrstiip fn ihe Com-niwniat party, The judge rulej that the Cotn-rnunMt jwrty seeks to overthrow Ihe and that Schnci-dvrmann, whert nalurali'icil in committed B fraud when he took the oath of nllcRiancc-The Wisconsin "I'cntc one of many Mate labor laws after the wave of "aH -down" Elrifcci, hy the Hotel and Jicsflitrarit employes Uninn, (he AK'n-Rrailley of Ihc Union fla scut-llidK NaUonal Ubor HcU-lionj Aft. Under the Wisconsin Ad, rasi-ej in 1939, it ii declared an "unfair labor practice" for Urcfen radrrs to order strikes imTesj, p majority of have iwrttly to Not Vital In Military ii-niums Claim Arc Witliin Mill's Of Kcd Capital  cars as chief Internallona News Sen'icc corresmmdcnt III Ihe Soviet capKnl Jlr Brown, who Ins of Moscow ami its tsvaaat was toW a military csptrt that Moscow U probably the least strategically Important city in J OIKS K. BKOWiV I ONDON, Oct 13 (INS) "Chancellor Hitler raav stand on tho hill where stood lo Hutch >J03Cou This opinion nib expressed lo me today by a SECT LOSES APPEALS WASHINGTON1, Oct. iMWSr-Kolxjrt M. Hannaii and IQMT wemiwrs of Jehovah's Witnesses lost an appeal to the Supreme court for a review of their conviction in Haverhill. on charjei of vwlatini: a city ordin-nnet by distributing Klfcfous tracts atut reteivmn vontribuLions. They cotiteitdcj thai the onlinanco VJn'lcr Uie city ordinance only licusboys can sell on without n special permit, GcorRe I'ajconc, another of Je-hccah's WitnesEejf also lost an ap-tfal to the Supreme court for review of conviction on charges of ustnK the strttta ut Boston lor 5atc -.vithoui having a [icrtnit. Tasfono, who alUclted the ordin-KIICC as thut r.c distributed -i liyioiu tracts ar.d tcw.LvtJ coutrJVjtwns. Oct. l-MWRj-tljrarc Trent, and the Jehovah's W ii ncssts, a re-J JB wiA crKaci't jjon, twlay !o-U an appeal to the fiuynjme roart for a review of a tteciikm of a Fc-rfora! court which rfjoitcil IhcTr suit for an to halt DTosftutiona in FayetUs Counly, Iniliana-The ilc'sovah's fla-Uwa they' (vtrc for inviting Ill's commission with lis free froverniiiDnl in Tendon because of ilisafirfcnient with the policici of his cabinet. Ihff inipbrtancc of tfiis id-milted catastrophe should 'net be the expert said. Moscow is piobaUy the least [ratcgicaily important big city in Russia. Stalin aulo-bile, factory which produced four-cylinder Kords called Sl-l and KILLED IN FARM FIRE NKW nKTHLKJIKM, Oct. .tNS) Three persons were ilpad [o-Jay ant) another 'was feaicd near death' after an and a ftro destroyotl R fami ut Seminole, r.car here. Victims of the blaze, which started when someone poure: kerpsenc into ttte kitchen stovn :o start the lire yesterday moin-inf, were Sirs. Ruth Alice llu-pert, 23; her son, Charles, sir, and Mrs. I.ulu Ross, 40, of KortI) Apollo. The latter svoman's tmshatirf, George ROES, 50, was burned badly anil might not survive, hospital attaches said. and Mis. Itosa wtrc visit-ing at the farm nt the lime, Coroner C. ,3f: Woodward, or Kit-1 said. Mrs. dietl hours after the csjilosion in AnnstroRjr County Mrs, Epbram Stewart IC-year-o! J, rdbllLerfof, JI pert anil IVrs: Itoss, VAen the blast let Ko; She vras IM to safely by her son-ifi-law, N'ornian Rupert. S'eir firemen saij the flumes cnveloptd tnt (ntra house 50 rapidly, it was impossible lo rescue Ihe others. Oct. Tke Soriel Embassy Jt-nM German reports (hat-l're-mier Josef Stalin and Ills cov-ernsnsnl were leailnjr Moscow. nt so-called "panicky eiodos 01 Ihe the Knrtiassy probably was bjsrd on or-ders lo Ihe riliiciu of to Icate the city unless encased -in essential wott. If Moscow Is losi. roilltw cjrcles En Ixindon predicted that the capital be jnov'fi) to Slalmsrad or Corky, proliably IJic ACCIDENTS HERE'SDNDAY One rngri was and tfirtc were dflniacnl ns a rctrt'A of In Oil City early Sunday morning. Combined at Al litZO oVftKlc scjttrtiay Ly A machine driven toy Victor J. Neldmifcr of MatUc. fa. Nciderri'.cr etjiEnird he fell fljlcfp while driving, D.imafit.' (o the WUlmccc cat was PiUmatcd at, !30, vhiJc the d-iinajrc to the Ncid-iTriL-r vi'hlcle waj set at WHJfairt adtirt-ss un-knowji, was arrt.llcd shortly afirr hia rar was tnvoivcd in an ncci-rlcnl on Ccnlrnl Avenue. to ihe police report, tho lUrt-ifll niarhJne tnnffJfju: irc.il en West First Street nnil was tyrn-ittff on Central Avenue. Whvn it faikil to rnaVs lhe tern ii went over the cuib and the undcrcnr-tijRO wan strarMIctl jo not novp. It was iMcr to a Thf look pfacc nt a. in. Sunday. io Uic tanwns pstimat-c-f at ?20 And (o th> curb ut Hi'. llArticll Trtj liter arrcfllf'l when hs Irifd lo his auto out of the CONTRACT FOR ROAD WORK A contract for 10 miles cf rein-fcneil concrelc roadway mclijjinfr fight arches and three bridges, tr, Itoule S between Dutter wad KrafiL-lw, hju been awarded by the Stale lo Ralph M. Myers Conitrnc-titm InJ., lot ..Gfiulreticri -AsSftfr tion of Wfelem reiinsylvaiiia re-porls.' i Tdo contricl is one of lie .awarded by the Stale In recent years, according to Asso.-iation iccictary JUcflngcr. The read Improvement ivill cx-tcnil five mllei north from Butler, IMP unlonvrlfe, and Mtend live miles further, including Center, Clay ami ItraJy Townships, The Myers Ccnilrnctimi Company is at present. vriRaxvd in tr> ihe VVilJiam Prr.n WilVmibui-f; and on tic nousing projtel, Lincoln automobile called !ns, Moscoss-s has militarily mpoitant jndusttJes.'.' Hocsn't Mean This it Iho first reliable jljsfe ilcrtt pofntipR ctcci mot .mean. Russian coilapic and ij not nteei-sjrily serious save from thu >iew-joint ef morale. With only flat country between SrcolcnsK antt Jfoscon, .Soviet itac-shal Semyon Timoriienko'j taniis and artillery sland solely without aid from natural bjrrien he (icrnlan army. Warjja- had the Vijlula tlivcr tut the Moscow Hiver is J stream .whi.-h could be waded nt any poinl. It is certain the capita! could not withstand a sicce mmpirMc to those endured by uu's.'a nnd Lcningrail. Hold Walls Criclini; As Ihe sliownlaco of Bolshevism, the center of iloscow has modern (Continued on I'aca Two) JUDGEMTON -LEAVES JAIL I.BWISBURO. Pa., Oct. Martin T. Manlon, foimer senior circuit court juilgc in Xew Vork, relrased froai Kortti-eastern Federal I'cnitentiarj- niter serving 13 month, for celling justice, Manton, who in recent months was confined Is the ptiran infirmary berausc of t heart ailment, departed for York jn mobile orerntcd hy son, Warden H. Hinlt announceil. Father and ton spcj from the penitentiary throush a rear irate, in an effort to avoid rewspapcr-ircn assembled at Ihe nwi'n'en-tcjincc. flic forraer who was G3 liist August, entered ihe prijon 7, 1310, to two Jvacs Tollowing Us conviction on charges of selling decisions jvnd jcccftinj farorj from litigants-. Sentence -was reduced by live months for good Itehavior. Ill health (iaririi: most of his irjpnscnment licft .Manton lo Ihe infirmaTy, where he was treated for an niling heart. At other times he worked in Ihe prison CHIEF KILLED ItATAVlA, Oct. tJtrj. (J. J. comnmuJ-cr-in-irhicf of the Netherlands Kast Ifji'lit's Army, ainonc those wlu-n a. mUitaty Lockhttd IxuftJtar planv trashcJ this after-r-wn ir.Mlly .ifler taking off from HIP nalAii.i .airport. Othi-r Ihe plane ware Wine CnmmarJt-r of the Itritljih Hoyal Air Farce, N. K. I. the pilot. Cap-tsvn Knipp of the At my Air Foicc. (icn. Htn-nschot, 51, ha-( hten in falavJa met t Vice Air ,S'ir Kobfrt ftrooic-Popham, HriHUi cooimnri'Jer-in.chitf L f the Far Sir ItoliPil hul K-re from cnroute to piano off from the new IXiUivii airport jhortly alttr-wanl into n mnrby native which waj Kt aflro. killing lovival children. The plane wai completely burni.-'i out. (Itn. nas Orx hii way lo JtnriR-rJr, on nn ini-portaut it w.ut The crash wni officially ninbut-cil to motor Former 'Allornoy Cciicrnl, -Dies ni Age of 81 COI.UMHUS, 0., Officer Here I.t-.uls District r'ourlcrn youths have enliifetl so far m October" through tho Oil lily -Array recruilipc office, plied Ihe local 3ly fa first in western Pennsylvania. rrank I'a'.nier said loOny. Tlie lit I inlijlmcnt vvaj that of now i re c Orlando, of 30i South MeadtiUe. He is the son of Jlr. and Jin. Kebastiano Orbn. He is graduate of Ihe riifrh school and has enlisted for fne Air Corps. Wichita Kails, The vacancies available for the first of the week arc follows: Air Corps, Mo.. Bilojl, am Wichita fulls. TciBJ., ai well al, the Artillery, 3fcJiral Detriment, f.UK.r.ccr Corps, Oiitnanc'e Bipart-nscnl. Artil'crj-, Siijr.al t.orpi and r'ieM Ariilkty Corns In Hawaii, Panama, and Puerto fienerat of (he' ijnitcil Slates during (ho Harding administration, was dead today fat-lowing a year's illnejj. Two heart Mlarks snfttrcj last Oclolur were (ollowcd pneumonia, and he had hccn bedfast most of tr.e time since. Funeral services will he held tomorrow afternoon in Colnmbus. buriil al Jin native IVasliinston Court House, 0. The brilliant lawyer, wlio rose from toivnEHj) cTerJc of Washington C. II., to become n central liBiin.' m one ol the most te.iin-oatous eras In American history, JVM forced inlo political obscurity In JIarch, IMI, ander charges ,t! misconilucl, ard retired from Ihe (rencrp.l prttctice of law in 1932 Prior to lhat lime he had successfully iMcnilcil himself from nurjcrou.1 .illfgati'ons arisirip; from such casts a, the Teapot Dome scandal, Veterans' Rureau i'-replanties Alien J'roitc-rly conspiracies, the pardoning 0{ Char-fc'i Eujrtw v. I'eM. anil other politiol-bminess deals. Daujherty was born January-Sb, 1SGO. lie attended Washinctan U H. public schools and waj from the University ol >884 he I.ucy 11. Walker" 'laURlilcr of a Wcllslon, O., school leather, and the couple h.i-1 two ijl! Itt UAF llonilianls Hdc-h In Wfrh'sprcad Itimls LONDON,   Mr. am MH. Jamra C. R'.'i, FranVlin. A yrslcivhy >Tr. Mr-. Hnvu, Kith oet, A K.-our of Tcxans (i-xJaj- lost pi-aU t" the Sujinrrr.o rourt for review of unsueccsrfol to olUin to ikh oil land in NVucoa County, near Cotpui Oiristi, In one ra5p, Mary 7_ithrio Prixlf ami loojj'H a inltrtit itv ISTH! from liarnj-lcll Oil, Four Hbtf Oil an-1 HumUt OH trier with nn nccounling of .icvtral million tairclj of oil. fn n caw, FranV A. Ash 75 aftURht tillc (o A Four Ii toatthfr with of Appreciation For Salvation Army Follows Musicians Council officers of the S JvoV lerle Ciljr and Army musicia left UMnd thtm here teJ Ihe Aridities' and service of their The tanilsraen sor.Rslcrs c W from M different coramtinitirs was ihe larecst .Salvation Anny Bathcring ever here, Tho vifilinic group ef cffiecrs Kat hy Rripadier Willftm llarrif, of PilLiburgh, dirijional commander for western an.l included Major Hughes, of New VdrV, edilor-In-chief of "The members cf ihe division Maff fr.im I'ilti-hurcli. the Iririlorial Half hani icxlet from Xeiv York-, corps commandrri from cities western Pleased ilj Wetcnme Tlie landw.en and jimreri- left S-.lurlay ntter thtir cottticil scsirons hut Ihe of approxt-mt.Uly ctfictrs remain-M until -fi-r spe-fitiinir, pVmir and nl loci rlwfko. Tlic' prai'dl .Ma-lir Arllmr H'tcalfry, Wai Army from IMlatorRh nnd ns from 35 in weMern I'CIITJ-ay a mufj] frrealer of jundl Knturdar more HiiJcs OI'.A Can Control Slyles Allorncy.tJcnero'l Vranc-s today tola t'lc Office o! I'ricc plans lo reduce the number ff JlJ'lM ami models of hmiry MOTI being htH In f o( lhc anli-tmst The Corwumerj Division c.f Uc I nco Administration plans In ir.inimtini standards of Mfcly sprcifita-tioris for material, w.j redoec t'oo rniaVer of stjlej nnd models of poods in order to conserve eriticsl Mtionnl difon.'e "Eiploratorr mretiujf-j of thit sort arc under way on domestic mathincs and rctnVcrslors. furniturf, decimal slovc  Ir.nn here. First ff- held in the 0. 0. Vmrle SAlunby after noon. Mothers of the terriUriA iMff sextet pTayfd w.'KonftiaWtl tfieir malmmcniF HriffarHcr Hnrriy presided and h vas Kivc" nc the meclfn? and songstcn were gntnts at a luncnctn nt the C, A_ Wlowcfl a Tnusicalc >n the Orfd hat] in which Uif jextel, Iho KimJimcn nm participated, -rrrachcif in Churchrs .Suiulav lliigftditr ITftr ni (poitc in Trinity McthMisl flsurrt: Major HtTRnr-A at the >'int rrejhytcrinn church; Major rContinueiJ On Tag's Hurl in Wreck On H. 0. ItailroiuJ CIIIMJCOTUK, 0.. OcU crew members and a on (ho Ballimoce Ohio Railroad's erack slromlinrr, Limited, wtrt injured when tho flyer colltttcrt with a freiRlt Irain .1 Bycr, 51 miles southeast of Chillicothe. John fhijcr, .Miami. Okln., the piumrutcr, two Kcsro Mw.ird Ixiwcry, Ixiuisville Ky, and Oilherl Howard. .Vcw ]ork, wtrc cut on the head. Con-Juclor C. IVnnell was treated forculs. Nortc- was hart The ilrctmlliur. boon-l from Washirslon to St. Ixiurj. was rtm-nmi: at reducc.-l rpetd irlvn it the freight locomcitive Hi A Pirn In Alicli. dt the Lyons Uil plant exploded loifrty itnrljnj; firt that ihrealcnrrf Uhrr IkRkH and iprcjid lo aii Hrj.iHnp lumKr yanl. eaus-inc damacc to fn.r of An tslimalrd 9Mflw, Twi> flfkr ihe Maie jtatlctl, JmoTcc wjn utiil po-.iring irilm ihu fiArnEnt; One WAI jLiifiMFy fnjurcd M fought to Icep Ihp hfarc from Kprra'Hnff to ihrf Soil, lii'rt hugr and JiOW'gallon Ian5c nl I'Vi'iiiaii Killed in Avinto.r EfiiK, 13 __ (Ittf __ TTic diivcr of an an'l Vr.e man nrhom he faUlly Injured were hr5d tixfoy for tr< cAirse of thc Atciifonl Sunday, The vrrdicl ly tho Jury F, 21, n Royal Cnnmlian Air Forte Hyoi-, ami Sam-uel K. Shccl.1, fil, of Kdinhoro, n vohmlcer fireman who traffic, nt R !AV-rrv'n rnrncr.f uhfn run Joirn. cmf'ff him reltirn hi; al TESTIFY ON REVISION OF HEBTJIp Strips Tho Ko Speedy Action Hdirsh CommiUcc WASHINGTON, Oct. 13- Secretary-of Stal lull ami WarrSecretary Stin son joined today, in uigih Congress not only to aulhorh he arming ol American mei -haiit ships but'also'to alto fhf, ships to sk i to combat, waters. Both' -.the -taWnct oIHee, Ircssc-J to (he House Foreiicn A- lirs Committee tlie menace 1 this country of'the Nazi nii Hie DnJ 'speedy Consrt Itepcat I'enl Less jnjr opinion Ihe nsc of the Uivitcd States wou. :c fur more secure if Coneresa r Scclfort two of the ly Siimson declared. (Section two prohibits Ameriw :mps from tomfe "The Jankers whicli we shou' tlius incur in my opinion would 1 far less ttmn (ho perils wfr pro' ibly shall incW if" vc' Wter. ai rftil to carry oiit the purpiasc ol tt tasc-lcnij law snd inalto sure" b ;ona p'crad venture the safety ihnsc tin lions which arc row "iff a desperate bottle aeainSt 01 common Testifying before IIou Affairs Coif.Tmttec on tl jiejiding Icjjlslstioji to repeal Ui proljlblts' merchatifnii Trom ftrmJnp, lis aercenient with Preside President RottseveU thai Cangri mu st even tually tafcc a of revamping the a so American' vesstfs may enl combat zones, He Assailed Germany for flot all humane rules of intt iatroiin( (aw hy sinking Attiervc: ships without warning, and d ctared that tho law prohibits :hc nrmiiig- of ships rentiers the 'Mefensckss ntid maVcs the casior prey for 20th ccntu; pfrnU-s." ''RevisToR Required" that "revision of o, neutrality IcijTsl.-vtioii is impel (ivcJy Hull said- "Provisions ol Ihe Ncutrali Act must not prevent our fi ileicnsc. Any thai stand m t wny should be promptly rcpeali I support the pending1 Lo repeal Section Sis (the pi iiibilion against nrming1 of mi, chant My own jmigmt is that Section Two also shw be repealed or modified." (S< lion Two of the N'eutrnHty Act the provifion which prohibits A; erif.nn shfps from entering co bat zones.) Hull was the first ol live gt (Continued On fare TWC) King Miclind Alay Dcscri Uoniuninn i Tlironc for Dri( oct, uxs) Just as his fattier or.te pave [he Komnnian throne for n haired l.nncacu, the U rfon Daily Express said Icdaj-, ysunff Kinj Michael would like put the MICS of stale behind h mirl marry 18-jcar-olJ rcd-haii Irvnc MaTaza, Accordinc to (he Express, Mi( ael has oUcied his abdication RomnnJan Pronjicr Ton Antones in Ihe belief would trvcrc pleasant than a seal on t rone. But Chancellor Miller "porsc lJy inlfrvcTiCci ter.iporar avottco j'flunjf mcnarc" lan, lo Iho Express. soufiff Michael now serri as Romanian for lii-.c in his life. TSi firtl time n when ht was n child and his fa" cr, Carol, wort off to Pa ith Jtittc, Lupesm, Thst IriUri-jJc ended one nii ftt.cn Caro] flew batV lo Huchar- and resumed the fcinjtvtiip. But Uit month, the Ir gtil a coop t Carol in of Mi. ael ent ttl ihe Axis sphere and (krir tror-r-j entered the connUr in Wll.l, NO RlE, OcL Irict Attorney Barton 5: loony he would not rrc'-s cKari fljtJfnst Roy ChTistoph, who ly wounded SawicVi Sunday, inc (alter was Wu fhVVcn ewp.   

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