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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 5, 1942, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday bulletin vol. 12, no. 47racine, wis., sunday april 5, 1942. 8 pages the world last week condenses from cd in prow Ani associated pm from Sanmir. Match id ims thro of to Friday april 1947 by pall Freye it of Russia the other Day came the Story of the surrender of some rumanian troops serving with the German army probably on the Southern front. The Story was told by a Soldier whose rank was the rumanian equivalent of a Buck he said a i was in a Trench when the russians appeared on our right about i 300 meters away. Without accepting the engagement our Section began to Retreat. Our sergeant asked j a boys what will you do if i surrender a everybody answered a we re with you sergeant. When j Ever you go we will the whole Section with the sergeant at the head the Story along with the one j told by a lieutenant that there were 40,000 deserters from the russian War held in Germany probably was told to emphasize i the immense respect the enemy now holds for the russian military might. The Story was one of Many from european Battlefront last week most of which gained big headlines. Evidence of the approach of the biggest and bloodiest Battle in the history of the world continued to pile up during the week. Even now it May be under Way. On monday Moscow reported the repulse of 50,000 mechanized troops after a five Day Battle in the Kalinin sector North and West of Moscow. Tuesday the russians confined themselves to assertions that troops had smashed into Many important centers of enemy resist nazis renew attacks on shipping in Arctic sweeping arrows show general sectional trends Short carved arrows local trends where farm to City migration is most pronounced according to unofficial but reliable sources. Michigan because of conversion of Auto workers to defense stands out As having almost no farm to City move. Meet americans new kind of migrant War Farer revises population figures we world feature America has a new kind of migrant. He is Young travels Light generally behaves himself and has Money. He s on his Way looking for a War Job with the chances Good that he will find one. He is the War Farer. No Steinbeck has stepped Forward to glorify him perhaps because he is so unlike the so called okie or Arkie who Well along in years bundled his wife and children and household treasures into battered Olivver daubed a Cali reported that the incidence of venereal disease actually had declined attributed to More adequate methods of diagnosis and treatment. The South Carolina state welfare department noted that Calls were received almost daily to locate fugitive fathers. It also noted that while two years ago sex delinquency was most frequent among girls of 17 to 20, today the greatest increase is among girls 13 to 16. Tensive. Evidently the composite War families schools next fall. But in Connecticut a new census of school children shows a statewide drop of 2,996, indicating that older children Are leaving their books to work. Many teachers Are leaving for better paid defense jobs. Oklahoma is hiring married sex teach ers. Thousands lose Homes. Dispossession of Farmers for russians move fresh reserves to All fronts germans making desperate attempt to Cut off supplies by the United press Germany has renewed its attacks on Allied shipping off the russian Arctic coast in a desperate attempt to Cut off the flow of Allied War supplies to Russia for the Spring Campaign a German radio broadcast revealed today. A German Tran Ocean Agency dispatch broadcast by Berlin said German dive bombing planes had attacked russian merchant ships War Effort factories has been sex in Kola Bay off Murmansk the approximately 1,000 have been uprooted by Sil at rebut the Quot a a Edl mesday Cam i forma or bust a and set out on an Farer and his wife Are leaving construction of military Camps in dispatches through London and aimless Odyssey. Sweden that Germany had 1,500,-1 in the years to come the too fresh troops poised to strike at j War Farer will take his place with the caucasus Oil Fields. The re the Gold seeking forty niner As ports said that 4,500,000 nazis and an individual who scrambled so-7,500,000 reds were lined up and Cial and political values almost waiting for the big Battle to begin. Beyond recognition. After Many months of defensive he is doing two things. He is bulletins Germany mentioned on revising population figures of some wednesday an offensive of our cities and states so drastically that a in Quot thursday came news of they have become sheer guess. Term an troops and tanks from re work jut More important because serves in France sent now into the siege of Sevastopol in the Crimea. By Friday Moscow reported a giant clash of tanks on the Leningrad front and said that 25,000 germans had died there and in the trap of Taraya Russa. By weeks end the British were certain that the germans were about set for a Gigantic drive he is fundamentally a farm to City migrant he is speeding the Day of Complete Large scale mechanized farming cursed by economists and those who love the old Way of living close to the soil. A War asset. On other scores America is Lucky to have the War migrant. On Russia and Predi Ctet Shaftoe a Bor. Ays Ewan Clague of the japanese would Stab at Russia s. Employment service is the through Siberia at the same time. Most flexible and adaptable Factor it was to be strategy calculated to of War production. Many of the Knock the soviets out of War so the i itinerant have two or More trades Axis could turn its attention Defi i when the factories can to go to nicely on England and the United hemp a1�? a t0 the factories. States. A nation wide Survey by wide to that extent the British were i Worl it features which indicates preparing and executing some of that the migration is primarily Tensive blows of their own include farm to City is borne out by the ing two powerful bomber sweeps employment services estimate Over nazi held Europe. The first that 00.000 will leave the farm came wednesday night and struck for Industry in 1942. All the Way from the Matford to i there Are two kinds of War who build their children if any at Home for reports of crowded schools Are scattered. Baltimore is contemplating two shifts in its bomber crash fatal to two Boise ida., april 4. A cur a two men were killed and seven missing today in the crash of an army heavy bomber near Bridge ida., about to Miles from the Utah Idaho Border the Cowen Field Public relations office announced. Wreckage of the big ship was found by a searching plane capt. R. S. Gibbs Public relations officer said. Two men were found dead in the wreckage of the four motored Craft but the other seven members of the Crew were missing the searching party reported. No Trace of Crew. North Carolina. By Fra count 1,659 farm families in Indiana have been dispossessed. In Alabama 1,128 families were displaced. In Georgia 2,122, and South Carolina 1,401. One singular evacuation was along a 55-mile stretch of land in new Mexico taken Over As an army air bombing Range. Many ranches in the evacuated area dated from the Days of Billy the kid. Thousands of head of cattle were moved to new ranges. Migration reports stress the local nature. From the spa Reservoir came approximately 6,300.0007 cutting unemployment will them an of 7,000,-from july 1940. To 4.000,000 this �0� alon8 the Western front. They february. \ were described As a coming from farm problem acute. I All parts of the user a under a Cru to o j. Universal military training pro the u. S. Department of Agri j Gram it a Tuny the extent to. One russian source said a there Vataj #4 sup y. ? Arm Abor has been much talk about a fascist u ,0w Normal Spring offensive. I think you la end pal m a of find a he reinforced red army will /jll.�?. V mjch�?Tsar\0h�?~� have something to say about Anc Virgi Nta in recent age ode relinquish the Ini chief Supply port and that an unspecified number of ships of 2.000 tons had been set afire so that they halted. The dive bombers also attacked anti aircraft batteries and fortified positions on the Peninsula to the West of the Bay it was added. By the associated press a the russians were reported moving the first of a several million freshly trained reserves into the thawing Battlefront from Leningrad to the Black sea today in a fierce Effort to throttle the German Spring offensive before it can be developed. The russians say the reserves Judy Hall Hawaii so a games Little skipper a and her husband George pictured on their Sloop Sindri. Turn to Page 7, col. 3. Gibbs said there was no Trace of a i i d j. The missing Crew members. Offi i of Ooi is Kadoms cers believed the men May have. Taken to parachutes or walked new serum to away from the plane after the tor truck plants in the suburbs of Farmers a those who build army Paris across Belgium and Holland Camps and factories and then move crack up and into the Industrial regions of on and those who came to work. The bomber had been on a roil Western Germany. Britain lost 15 and by far the biggest single Tine training flight Between Hill. Treat paralysis it a the allies shoot Down to japanese planes Darwin Australia. April 4.�? of a United nations air forces shot Down six japanese planes Over Koppang dutch timor Friday and four More Over Darwin it was announced today. Honolulu april 4.�?veteran Honolulu waterfront seamen tip their Salt stained Caps to Lithe Sun tanned 25-year-old Judy Hall a a games Little skipper in these that a because Ever since the War started skipper Judy has been doing an amazing Job of running the blockade of enemy submarines trying to Cut the hawaiian islands off from their supplies. Single handling the 40-foot Sloop guiding Star through treacherous reefs in sub infested Waters she has Ben bringing vital supplies to the Leper Colony at Kalaupapa on the Island of Molokai. Judy a boat carries seven and a half tons of cargo usually Chicken feed electrical parts canned fruits and vegetables fresh Rice and potatoes Medicine and hundreds of Little living essentials to Molo a few years ago Judy was terrified of the water. Then in 1941, she married George Hall sailed out to Hawaii on the 40-foot Sailboat Sindri. Now she is an a old hand passed her Skippers test with too per cent Only person of either sex to hit the Mark. Judy skip Pering the guiding Star and George in the Sindri with two other Honolulu yachtsmen volunteered to run supplies to the outside islands which since the War have been virtually Cut off from Oahu their base. Approximately 50,000 people depend on the four sailboats for essential supplies. Through a rough Channel it is a 64-mile trip to Molokai and 106 Miles to Maui. All trips must be made within Daylight hours according to Navy regulations. Once she was sure she saw a sub. But Judy feels Kai. On one trip she reached the 1 reasonably Safe. A a Small boat Island when the settlement hos Isnit Worth the $12,000 or so Cost Pital had Only a two hours Supply of a torpedo to sink Here i Hope a americans Contact free French in Africa of hot water left. She grins. Easter begins at Sunrise of the big planes in that operation problem is that of housing them Field army air depot at Ogden i treatment of infantile Daral Sis but nothing daunted repeated the Here a the picture. Hand Cowen Field in assault thursday night. This time. I the country is full of Boom he Field is about 130 Miles South in in advanced stages by a however Germany did some towns. Baton Rouge has doubled fast Quot aah of a Enez. The ship a old the detection of the Washington april 4.�? it a i i c trash dec in Virfil Len bombing of her own striking with in population since 1940. Alexan Hui Field last night and was malady be mole it develops by us american Contact with the i of i 1000615 Iii it Thlu the heaviest attack of the War at Dria la., has jumped from 28,000 due to arrive in Boise at to p. M. My a skin test has been report free French forces operating in the Southeast coast of England. To 50,000. Burlington Iowa which Art night. De to a meeting of the federation Africa was established today with american army head another thing that made the men obviously Hitler feared the first had a Normal population of 26,000, i to other arty bombers hate of american societies for expert a Safe department announcement quarters Iceland april 3.�? Happy w As the news of a wage is Over 42,000. Dover. Del., has crashed in Southern Idaho in the mental biology. That a consulate general la being a a a Quot doubled its Normal 10,000. Last two months killing 13 men. or. E. C. Rosenow 1 Dation bacteriologist big bomb sweep As a Continental invasion preparation and hit at the Likely Harbor spots. Crom the land a Down under last week came some Welcome dispatches. The most cheerful came monday from australian air minister Arthur s. Drakeford when he said that the allies had wrested superiority in the air from the a new Orleans normally 494,000, expects to climb Over 1,000,000. Bustling Portland ore., expects to add 40,000 employable by sept. I and the Fra estimates that 18,-000 agricultural workers soon will Transfer to War jobs at Portland and Vancouver. Baltimore has an influx of 3,000 to 4,000 monthly. Fort Worth needs 12.000 housing s. Panese in the Northern approaches i _ 99 in icaiita/4 tuts. Seattle has added about 23,-to that continent. Allied g00 far Nijjer Norfolk. Va., had to bombing planes were under scoring the truth of that statement with frequent and heavy raids on Jap bases on timor and new Guinea All week. Floods forced the japs to backtrack in the new Guinea Jungle after their attempt to hit at port \ moresby by land. A sea borne invasion of that vital Point was feared next. A our a was almost regarded As a j lost cause last week but the j British and chinese were battling valiantly although against big j Odds. The Strong defense Points at i tou goo and prime fell to the enemy and then came reports thurs Dav that the japanese had landed a Force of 5.000 troops at Akaab a burmese port Only 75 Miles from India. This caused some furore Voyed states on their return Ages it was Learned today. Float a $3,000,000 Bond Issue to sex Lieut Comdr. Thomas c. Hen pand its water system. Housing aidt0 a a Ern a vacancies in Cleveland have drop 5 so puerto Ped to 1.3 per cent in to a 7 0.9 per cent the War Farmers Are living in tents dormitories trailers Barracks tobacco Sheds basement Corners. Rents in some towns like Baraboo. Wis., have been multiplied four times. The Federal government is sponsoring communities of quickie housing units. But How to move Mem the transportation problem is bad and will get much worse when tires Start to Wear out. Commuting by car 20, 50, even too Miles a Day is commonplace. Railroads have added shuttle trains with longer routes. One train out of Muskogee okla., carries 1,400 daily. One commuting problem be specially in the Light of the Confer j tween Bridgeport conn., and j fences in Progress in India design Scranton a Ach transports to Brin sugar cargoes to i Washington april 4.�? a army and Navy transports which go to puerto Rico on military voyages will be pressed into service to bring sugar to the unit eloped serum which can be Quot prepared in a unlimited quantities by inoculating horses and immunizing them has been used on More than 200 human patients with a striking if this serum is applied to subjects suffering from Early stages of infantile paralysis he said a reaction occurs that can be employed As a a skin test to detect the disease before it gains headway. Or. E. C. Rosenow Mayo foun organized in Brazzaville toe capt i Bones Al Ommy Ndinga Merican ital of French equatorial Africa. Forces in Iceland praised the raise for fighters in foreign service. Opinion favors wage Price control Law fresh evidence shows Public is willing to sacrifice for War by George Gallup director american Institute of Public opinion. Princeton n. J., april 4.�? the american Public wants a Tough and drastic wartime program for the control of prices and wages. It has. In fact been 12 months ahead of Congress in its thinking on wage Price control having favored such a program since april 1941. Today the Public reaffirms its willingness to accept drastic wage Price controls by More than a 2 to i majority in a National Survey of the views of the common people. A substantial majority of the rank and file of labor vote for wage Price control even Farmers Are willing to accept such a program by a substantial margin. With the administration expressing renewed interest in legislation to freeze prices and wages the National consensus on the Issue is reflected in the following Survey on a ballot question used by the Institute to measure the trend of sentiment on the Issue a a Law in Canada keeps wage and salary rates from going higher than they Are now and also keeps All prices including prices of farm products from going higher. Would you approve or disapprove of such a Law in the United states a approve. 66% disapprove 24 undecided to other Institute surveys have shown the Public in favor of drastic controls Over labor unions on the one hand and Over business profits on the other. Today a vote indicates the willingness of the american people to impose upon themselves equally drastic restrictions in the interest of the War Effort. Public sentiment for wage Price control has been remarkably persistent. In the first Survey on the isue in april 1941, the vote in favor of Price fixing and wage fixing outweighed the vote against. The following table shows the trend since that time favor con unde tool apposed Cid Edt announced Friday that the use of serum to i treat the disease was made Possi i Hie by a a a Hunch of his 25 years j ago which led to research proving that visible streptococcus germs and not the invisible a a virus cause infantile paralysis. Or. Rosenow said his newly de the departments announcement j morale of his men and expressed said the step was taken because of the importance of French equatorial Africa in the United War Effort. Annual easter Miracle exposed As fake Buenos Aires april a had agreed to the proposal. So Little sugar storage space remains available in puerto Rico that some Mills will have to close within the next two weeks Hennings said. Navy gives rough idea of answer to Jap Jujitsu Annapolis. Md., april 4�? i regular midshipmen plus 200 a the Navy has an answer to jul members of the new officer coach their yearning to come to grips with the a evil ambitions of selfish men in an easter message today. A a it a Gratifying to observe that i Victoria Viancha who had been the american policy is to Deal our men Are faring Well Are in falling into a sleep like death with the French authorities where excellent health and spirits display every holy thursday for five they Are in effective control of splendid morale and Are anxious years thrice exuding blood from French territories. The establish to contribute their part in bring her hands feet and Ankles and ment of the consulate general in eng Hope to the oppressed Freedom Awakening on easter was exposed Brazzaville recognizes the free to the enslaved and once More. Day As a Faker. French As the controlling Power peace to the world a he said. There. General Bonesteel thanked them i Maynard Barnes american for for sacrifices and assured them eign service officer will be Consul that posterity would rejoice in general at Brazzaville. He plans their a unselfish to go there at conclusion of his easter will be observed Here by present leave of absence in this a series of Sunrise services in five been today she suddenly awoke country. In the meantime Laur american Camps and a Large Brit three physicians immediately ence Taylor is in route to Brazza i ish american sender plus t he examined her and found that she Ville to open the office. Regular service of icelanders. An had inflicted wounds on her pal the departments announce International sender will be con ate from which she obtained blood ment said ducted by British and american to smear herself. A the French territories of chaplains assisted by High officers the physicians called her a re sept., 1941 dec. Today she fell asleep last thursday on schedule and bled. While a fervent crowd of 10,000 waited outside her Home Friday for the Miracle of the. Bleeding to happen again the third time was to have equatorial Africa and the French cameroons Are under the effective control of the French National Jitsu and its anything but a sporting proposition. Is battalion now in training Are its a modified mixture of Mur learning it first hand in the acad Der and mayhem concocted of the Emy gym. Bloodiest aspect of barroom and j the tactics future officers Are Alley fighting barred wrestling learning include Maneu vers which. Of both nations. The National an j Gigious Neur Pathic but police them of Britain and the United after a further inquiry found that states will be Sung and icelandic she had been Selling her services committee established in London ministers and musicians will help As a Faith healer on the strength and the United states authorities i with some senders. Of her annual performances. Are co operating on matters re easter is a five Day Holiday inflating to these territories with the Iceland thursday through Mon a a Flynn scale1 limit authorities established by the Day and thousands trek Inland 7&Quot&Quot French National for skiing. Barnes most recent posts were in Iceland and Paris. De to bring maximum War Effort typical american manner. Laeh holds and foul boxing blows. Nav j even in practice Bode ill for a real a a from the indians on behalf of the weekend people with j53?5 packed a officers say their new training foe. Vino nil App fogs take the Way a Sailor Breaks Britain Bear hug. The Navy says its a ,n9 ilium allies. The report of the Landing at Akaab was denied Friday. Quot a Bataan. Gen. Wainwright was holding up Macarthur defence reputation. The Jap launched an attack a week ago yesterday but by monday the War department was Able to announce Cluster around a hot dog stand in Bridgeport and wait for amenable motorists bound for Scranton. The pennsylvanians share trip expenses and show up Bright and Early for work in Bridgeport the following monday. Behaviour is better. For a rough and Tumble fighting meets Secretary Frank Knox a request for a Navy that can fight dirty if it has to. Simple matter to drive both fists into your assailants stomach ram commander l. S. Perry director Ming your knee into his Groin at of the u. S. Naval Academy a phys the same time. I ical training program concedes another Daisy has been planned that much of the Navy s new tech for any enemy attempting a Stran new Delhi India april 4.�? a Mohandas k. Gandhi spiritual Leader of indians millions today approved a statement warn a crate on the docks put it typical ing great Britain that Indian Aid by a i wish they a get this damned is dependent upon making a the War american troops Here have Long been carrying out the spirit of general Bonesteel message in extensive training Maneu vers. The might of the armed forces in Iceland becomes greater daily and there is a growing spirit of a i want to fight among the men. Anxious for mail. A private in overalls wrestling though recreational facilities Nique stems from an intensive Gle hold from the rear. The a vie masses feel that the War is a the slowness in getting mail s. time spins whirling the attacker Peoples War and the government from Home frequently six weeks state tax Depa enemy to Retreat. A base Hospital reports on social conditions Are just the same he hastens to add downward head first Over his is a Peoples Gandhi a is the private a greatest com today that its wins in committee Washington apr 4.�? a a sliding scale for limiting profits under War contracts was approved by the Senate appropriations committee today As it reported out a new War fund measure carrying More than $10,000,-000,000. 1942 taxes in state show big increase Madison april that heavy losses had forced the often Are inadequate most of the study of Japan a Jujitsu tactics was bombed tuesday and the Jap apologized for the deed wednesday. A Good sized Force of the invaders pierced the american Fili Pino lines thursday but the defense closed the Gap and proceed 4.�? Pic the tax department announced income tax col re. Despite an influx of any nip ponese attempting Jujitsu shoulder and smashes his cranium approved the statement Given to plaint and since most of them live j sections during the first three re workers in Wisconsin tactics on an Academy trained of against a drawn up knee. The United press by his Ablest for mail Call this represents a months of 1942 amounted to $20, a a a 1959.317, which represented a $10, negative shipyard a a a a a a a a _ i a social conditions remained Good finer May find himself committing that gives you a rough idea lieutenant c. , at considerable morale problem and crime negligible. Utah re a new form of Hedri Kart. Along with other tricks of learning a moment when leaders of the All the announcement that soldiers ported juvenile delinquency de the Navy has termed its sys How to break noses crush Adams India Congress majority party would get postage free was greeted creased probably because of less tem simply a rough and apples and the Best Way to and i were putting special emphasis on enthusiastically though it was noted to mop up the unfiltered at time for mischief. Every officer is expected to be j minister a Swift kick to the Stom Gandhi a attitude toward tackers Friday. I in Norfolk City health officials1 come adept and 3,200 Reserve and Ach. Threat of japanese invasion. The expected to increase the heavy 917,970, or 68.06 per cent increase Over collections in the same period of last year. The report was made by tax commissioner Elmer e. Flow of a fill to the United states. Barlow to gov. Julius p. Heil. 62% 32% 6% .63 28 6 66 24 to Fanner labor views. Wage Price control of an All embracing character such As is now in effect throughout Canada would drastically alter the economic lives of practically every wage earner and every Farmer in the country. A full complement of both these groups is included in every Cross Section polled by the Institute and their attitude toward wage Price control May come As a Surprise to both the farm bloc and the labor bloc in Congress. Skilled Semi skilled and in turn to Page 7, col. I 3 ships added to coast toll Washington april 4.�?<u.r> a the Navy department announced today that three More merchant vessels have been torpedoes off american shores. A medium sized u. S. Merchant vessel was torpedoed off the Atlantic coast. A medium sized latvian merchant vessel and a Small Canadian merchant vessel were torpedoed in the Caribbean area several weeks ago the Navy said. This brought toll the number of merchant ship Torp doings announced by the Navy this week. Australians named to King s Council London april 4.�?<u.b�?prime minister John Curtin of Australia and former prime minister Arthur w. Fadden whom he succeeded have been named members of the King Georges privy Council it was announced today

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