Get 1 more page view just for clicking
to like us on Facebook
Titusville Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1941, Titusville, Pennsylvania TEN FIUDAY MORNING THE TITIISVILLE HERALD OCTOBER 3 1941 Nazis Admit Rising Unrest In Wide Area Cannot Tolerate Front Against Us Nazis Say As Uprisings Increase MORE CZECHS SHOT Continued from Page One former Yugoslavia for recent killings attempted train wrecks and other sab otage Twelve were reported hanged for a train wreck The status of Hungarians in that section has not yet been settled Ger mans occupying the southern Banat and Hungarian troops the northern ar ea of the former Yugoslav district The newspaper Magyarosag said 42 other persons had been executed in the Banat and that the Germans had A Penny in ihe Park ing Meter Is Enough our new and efficient equipment we arc able to put soles and heels on ladies or mens shoes in ten minutes Without it we could not offer this prompt senice Viglo Shoe Hospital Victor Jimmy Viglo Prop 134 W Central Ave threatened to hang 38 more now in Nagybeckerek prison Throughout the Banat area the civil population was reported being held re sponsible for guarding railroads at night until Oct 11 Authorities pro mised immunity to any persons who would come out of hiding and surrender any weapons they possessed Eighteen persons were sentenced to prison in Budapest itself by a military court for high treason and espionage They got 13 to 15 years Bern BERN Switzerland Oct Greek uprising in the Bulgarianoccu pied area of Drama in Macedonia im plemented with machine guns gre nades and pistols has been put down by the military a Swiss telegraphic agency dispatch said today The revolt flared Monday The Italian paper La Corriere Delia Sera of Milan reported mass arrests Saturday and Sunday in the Bulgarian Black Sea port of Varna to check sub versive activities It estimated 543 per sons arrested and quantities of arms and munitions seized in raids in which the entire population was forced to remain at home VICHY Unoccupied France Oct Colette the young Norman Frenchman who wounded Pierre Laval and Marcel Dsat Aug 28 has been condemned to the guillotine by a spei cial French tribunal in Paris it was announced today Colette appealed for commutation of sentence and Marshal Petains person al decision was awaited Petain alone can save him Laval a leading advocate of collab i oration with Germany had asked that Colettes life be spared He and Deat now are convalescing There have been 56 executions in both the occupied and unoccupied zones for sabotage and Communist activity since the French and Germans started reprisals One man was shot in Paris today I for possession of weapons J Another dozen are under sentence of death Marsha Petain has commuted two I death sentences to life I Rome ROME Oct author ities reported to Premier Mussolini to day that the situation in Dalmatia formerly part of Yugoslavia is sat isfactory Meanwhile Fascists sought to dis credit reports attributed to Anglo SAFE AFTER PLANE CRASH AT SEA Press Phonephoio Eleven of 14 crew members and civilian defense workers who para chuted from a United States navy patrol plane over the Caribbean sea have been found and taken to safety Three others still are missing The men were forced to take to their chutes when the plane reportedly was struck by lightning Pictured above after their arrival at San Juan Puerto Rico are left to right Anthony Creider 24 San Diego Cal Harry Brown 24 Phoenix Ariz Ernest Cooper 30 Denton Md and Joseph Amodeo 30 Brooklyn American lies that Italians dislike Germans Premier Mussolini gave the signal for inspired proGerman demonstrations by attending the opening of the Italo German Associations 194142 activities here yesterday A German military band is now at Milan on a tour and Rome opera bal let corps is in Vienna DISTRICT ATTORNEY DIES IN CAR PHILADELPHIA Oct Dis trict Attorney Charles F Kelley 59 of Philadelphia county died in his auto mobile on his way home from City Hall today Kelley who had not been feeling well was being driven to his home in Germantown by Wil liam Connolly chief of county detec tives When Is The Best Time To Quit Advertising Wesleyan Young People To Meet A weekend youths convention will open in the Wesleyan Methodist church tonight through Saturday and Sunday Rev T A Robertson pastor expects about 600 visitors from throughout the conference and invites the public to attend any or all sessions Tonight the speaker will be Rev Miss Carrie M Hazzard and there will be music by the East Conneaut trio Services Saturday will open at 6 a m with sunrise devotions and the speakers through the day will include Rev I D Swinehart Rev Frank Mil ler Bert Hall Rev Miss Lois E Rich ardson Marilyn Birch Miss Gracia Fero Rev H E Robertson Rev Mrs S I McMillen These speakers will also be heard at the three Sunday services the afternoon being devoted to a mis sionary rally The special music today and tomor row include numbers by a girls quar tet the Stephens sisters and Rev and Mrs William Leyshon Evangelist Returns Rev M T Sellers Rev J Allen Waugaman of the Spartansburg Baptist church an nounces the return engagement of Evangelist M T Sellers of North Carolina for a series of meetings starting Sunday October 5 the campaign to continue for two weeks In addition to the inspiring sermons there will be special rriusic at each service and the public is invited Evangelist Sellers conducted ser vices in this church last November MORE SCHOOLS TO OPEN HARRISBURG Oct in sections of Lancaster Cambria and Northumberland county now closed because of infantile paralysis will be permitted to open Monday October 6 the State Department of Health ruled today Miserable With A HEAD COLD Just try 3purpos Vatronol up each nostril It 1 shrinks swollen mem branes 2 soothes irritation and 3 helps clear coldclogged nasal passages Folwmtri low the complete rections in folder VATBl low tne complete rections in folder VATRONOL A wellestablished journal requested a number of iis largest advertisers to give iheir opinions concerning that question and the following replies were received The Best Time To Quit Advertising h in you can forget ihe words of the shrewdest and most suc cessful men concerning the main cause of their prosper ity When every man has become so thoroughly a creature of habit that he will certainly buy this year where he bought last year 7s When younger and fresher houses in your line cease starting up and using newspapers in tell ing the people how much bet ter they can do for them than you can Is When you would rather have your own way and fall than take ad vice and win When the population ceases to mul tiply and the generations that crowd on after you and never heard coming on of you stop Is When you have convinced every body whose life will touch yours that you have better goods and lower prices than they can gel anywhere else Is When you can perceive it to be the rule that men who never ad vertise are outstripping their neighbors in the same line of business It Pays To Advertise Constantly In The Titusville Herald WEST END MARKET AND Yes its hardly believable but White docs have nationally advertised guaranteed quality breakfast food for every day in the week If you buy an assortment of seven different kinds youll bringyariely into your breakfast menu and praise from your whole family Break the monotony buy Red A daily break fast foods today Wheat Cereal Wheat Flakes Cornflakes Oat Meal Popped Wheat Popped Rice and 40 Bran Flakes Alt vnder the raw em Red AWhite Brand Red White OATS r Large Size 15 Smart 9c Red White Wheat Cereal 1 Ckr Jfc jr IFor Glass C Liberty Bel Sayings Bank Both tar 20C CORN FLAKES WHEAT FLAKES 2 pkgs 19c BRAN FLAKES 9c JACK FROST Sntrar 22c Year Otoice of Kmd MAXWELL HOUSE Coffee 29c Or Drip Grinds FOR BISCUITS SCOT TOWELS SUPEii SOFT O 25c 20c Prunes Red White Large SANTA CLARA 2 23c Pancake Flour Buckwheat 5 Beans Blend Syrup Red and White Grapefruit Orange Jnce 9c 2fC0rns13c 23c 2 No 2 Cans Salada Red Label Tea Tea Fruits Vegetables Head Lettuce 2 for 21c Hubbard Squash Ib 5c Sweet Potatoes 6 Ibs 25c Idaho Potatoes 4 Ibs 25c California GRAPES 2 Ibs 25c Meat Department PORK Ib 29c V Bulk ALUE Kraui Ib 5c Western CALFS LIVER Swifts Premium LEG O LAMB Ib 35c Ib 29c Dash Dog Food 3 for 25c CRISCO lLb 22c IVORY SOAP 4 Guest Large 5c 9c Cool Spring BUTTER Fri and Sat Only 39c Ib McGEE BRAND OYSTERS Have Some Today
Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.
Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.