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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 12, 1942, Racine, Wisconsin T two the Racine journal times sunday bulletin april 12,1942. Russian Pilot has close Call tells How he fell 1,500 feet without Aid of Parachute by Ilya Ehrenberg with the red air Force on the russian front april 4.�? delayed. A a major Grechishkina is a 22-year-old Pilot a soviet air hero and the unique survivor of a 1,500-foot plunge without the Aid of a Parachute into a deep Snow Bank. I talked today with Grechishkina and other Young pilots whose Boyish fas Belia their Long experience against the German air Force. Here is the Story of How the major dropped a Quarter of a mile and lived one Day in March before the drops of water began falling from Snow Laden Trees Grechishkina was coming Home after dumping his bombs on a German target. The plane ran into heavy antiaircraft fire from an enemy Garrison. Its fuselage was pierced and the flying instruments were put out of commission. Grech Iskin saw that disaster was threatened and he wrote a note to his navigator. A i am rising to 3,000 feet so you can jump a the note said. A i will try to land the clings to machine. The plane gained Altitude and both the navigator and the gunner jumped with their parachutes. As they floated Down they saw the air plane catch fire. The engine exploded. Grechishkina Clung to the burning machine hoping to save it. The plane began dropping. At 1,500 feet Grech Iskin saw that he had no. Chance to save it and he jumped j his Parachute failed to open and he plummeted into a great Snow Bank that saved his life. Grechishkina a escape was Only one of a number of close Calls. Today he came Back safely with a Squadron after his Crew had shot Down four German Messerschmidt fighters and had carried out their own bombing attack despite Strong enemy opposition. Women doctors England admitted women to the medical profession in 1876 and now has More than 4,263 women and 33,062 men on the medical registers of the country. Buy More and better i cleaning father and son flight team Captain e. Hamilton Lee left Dean of All pilots looks proudly from the cockpit of his United air lines mainline As his son Robert e. Lee sits beside him in the capacity of a new United first officer. Young Lee just has graduated from United a Pilot training school to follow in the footsteps of his father who has flown More than three and a Quarter million Miles As the a flying est Many in the world. Washington merry go round taxis use Neutral swedes to put pressure on South America grass rooters Battle Mckellar on Bill. In buy More Bonds take this Best of care of your clothes and you la have More left to buy Bonds. And you la be dressing better despite the Economy not Fri St a c o a 2 09 by Drew Pearson and Robert s. Allen Washington. A diplomatic j dispatches from South America Are convincing Washington officials that a a Neutral swedes Are acting As tools of the German government. From the u. S. Embassy in Uruguay came a report that the nazis Are putting pressure on South America through swedish exporters. These exporters Are telling their agents in Uruguay that All shipments from Sweden. To South America have been prohibited by Berlin except to Chile and Argentina. These Are the Only two latin american countries which have j not broken relations with the Axis. Using swedish Trade As a tool Germany is trying to keep these countries in line and at the same time punish those that have broken relations. Note Sweden is buying larger quantities of brazilian Cotton than Ever before. Normally Sweden takes almost no brazilian Cotton. Officials suspect that the ultimate destination of the Cotton is Germany. Sprta at the White House. Outside the White House Fence March soldiers with fixed bayonets. But inside the tall Iron Fence defying the changes brought by War is the perennial transfiguration of Spring. The grass is a soft Green and the Beds of pansies and Jonquil have burst into Bloom in colourful grounds. The Only scar in the scene is the construction work on the East grounds where sewers and conduits Are being Laid for what is officially described As a a a remodelling the colors seen Best by the president from his desk Are those of the Jonquil and pansies in the Rose Garden just outside his office window. These popped open on easter Day. There is a touch of irony in the fact that some of the Best color is nip ponese in origin the japanese magnolias and the Japonica which Are otherwise known As japanese quince. Mckellar Boomerang. Biggest laugh Capitol Hill has had in weeks was Over the Maul ing senator Mckellar of Tennessee got from the a grass roots delegation of College professors and business men who appeared before the Senate labor committee in opposition to his Bill to scuttle the National youth administration. The witnesses All with firsthand experience with nya kept spectators in stitches and Mckellar in flustered rage As they battered his measure All the place. One of them Clifton w. Brannon Toccoa ga., War Plant official provoked gales of laughter when he bluntly told Mckellar a a in a like to make a few speeches to your Tennessee constituents about the benefits of nya senator. In Mico per cent behind the program and you would be too if you could see How it has raised _ _. Living standards in my part of the brilliance. The flowering shrubs country and helped the sons and and Trees were never lovelier j daughters of the underprivileged the magnolias Japonica and for t0 a Arn a living. Yes i would of Washington a biggest buyers of decorated easter boxes. In boxes colourfully decorated with pictures of Green and purple eggs and yellow Chicks the vice president and mrs. Wallace sent to More than 350 friends the most inedible gift of the easter season. But while inedible the Gilt is Likely to be Long remembered. It consisted of hybrid Golden Bantam Sweet Corn seed with the seed were printed instructions a Plant the first plantings about two weeks earlier than you usually Plant Sweet Corn. Make subsequent plantings when the previous planting is about an Inch above the for those interested in the science of genetics Wallace added a each of the seeds herewith sent you comes from an ear borne on a stalk of a particular inbred which had its Tassel pulled out so the Silks could be pollinated by the pollen of the Tassel of another inbred. An australian visitor. One of the first things australian external minister Herbert v. Evatt did after arriving in Washington was to Call on representative Edward Hebert of Louisiana. He presented a letter of introduction from capt. Ray Hufft a constituent of Hebert a with Gen. Macarthur in Australia. A a Man of your standing does no to need a letter of introduction anywhere a grinned Hebert. A it Isnit often i am honoured by such an important visitor. You really have gone to All the trouble of coming up Here. I know you re extremely a ooh i wanted very much to meet you a said Evatt. A i promised capt. Hufft that i would and id never break a Promise to one of Macarthur Gallant men. Incidentally capt. Hufft is a very Fine Young Man. We Are very fond of a so am i a responded Hebert. A i was a newspaper Man before coming to Congress and Ray Hufft gave me the biggest scoop of my Hebert then related How on june 9, 1939, while City editor of the new Orleans states he received a Telephone tip from Hufft manager of a local radio station that a truckload of expensive picture frames and other furnishings was leaving Louisiana state University for the Home of an appointee of former gov. Dick leche. Hebert rushed out reporters and a photographer. It was the first Story that a a broken the Louisiana graft scandals. Documented exposes by Hebert and the merry go round column that followed cracked the Huey Long machine wide open end led to the conviction of leche and other prominent officials on graft charges. Note one of Evatte a first callers in Washington was Harry Bridges australian born Cio maritime Leader who is fighting deportation from the u. S. On charges that he was a communist. Evatt and Bridges reminisced about Australia and also discussed Bridges Uncle who is an anti labor a a aussie senator and a political foe of Evatt. New members of county Board gets 4 life terms complains to judge major awarded flying Cross Mitchel Field n. Y., april a maj. James h. Roth aged in four other Battles Fop Freedom and Equality. These Battles Ammon told a Omaha neb april la 0j.f0 meeting of the Wisconsin farm Deputy u. S. Marshal Frand col Els leu Ltd ,u�?T�?T10n vere or ec0�?~ Den had a question posed at him n�7c Beau today in Federal court that made Cra la ,conjro1 Gamst corporation him scratch his head More than once How Long will a Man sentenced to four life terms have to serve if he gets credit for la control and against control by labor leaders. In striving for economic Equality Ammon said the Fanner seeks Herman Gauchel Jack t. Of Connor John Tyndall member of the Omaha Indian tribe wanted the answer to that one before he was sentenced to four terms of life imprisonment necessarily to run concurrently for the murder of four fellow tribesmen. Tyndall thought the judge had a Short changed him when his plea was not taken into consideration. Was awarded the distinguished awaiting Nal. Flying Cross today for his part in a round trip flight last july Between Bolling Field d. C., and Prestwick Scotland. The Cross and citation were pre j seated by maj. Gen. Follett Bradley commanding general of the air forces Eastern defense command. I a b o r ate ceremonies which included a full review rare j to a Home Post in War time marked the event. Bomber co Pilot. Rothrock was co Pilot of a bomber ferry command plane which made a successful flight in j the record time of 28 flying hours j due to bad weather and the Dan j. ,. Gers of taking an unarmed plane forms exp hns his skill in pm through War zones the War de-1 Broider a i won a quilt at a apartment said the trip reflected Church raffle. A Friend asked me a the highest credit to the entire of it and in 1 did Crew. Rothrock was singled out Foj t myself. He laughed so for a extraordinary and investment in an equal Exchange for the products of labor and investment of Industry and Commerce. And you better not yell whoops at him Butte Mont a we a this is the Way Marvin ii. Essman 25, who recently enlisted in the Marine i drug Stock and prescriptions of Coleman s pharmacy now available at Huber drug store prescription pharmacy 3113 Washington ave. Sub sinks 2 ships 54 men reach port Brunswick ga., april up a fifty four men who saved themselves with Calm bravery reached this port after the submarine sinking of two medium sized merchant ships in the Atlantic. Twenty other crewmen were missing and feared lost and one died in a Lifeboat in route to Shore after the two ships had been torpedoed and shelled within a few minutes and a few Miles of each other. All survivors were picked up within a few hours. The master of one of the ships capt. T. P. Davenport of port Arthur Texas said he believed that 17 of his ships company of 37 were trapped in their quarters when a torpedo Tore into the starboard Side aft the engine room. George c. Allday four new members of the county Board from Racine will be seated when the county Board holds its next meeting. Those elected tuesday Are George c. Gilday second Ward who will replace Richard t. Rehwald who did not seek re election Herman Gauchel tenth Ward will take the seat of Charles Nelson who lost in the primary religious group plans 5 state conventions Chicago april Llu Pic United Christian education Advance conventions will be held in five Wisconsin cities starting april 13. The Advance launched by the International Council of religious education is a National crusade to make available religious education to school children and Otner americans who Are without Church ties. Leaders in the Field of Christian education will address the one Day Wisconsin conventions at Milkau Board for la years in the twelfth Ward and John j. Yunkes Winner Over Louis Roshar in the contest for supervisor in the fourteenth Ward. Sythia. A week before easter Washington suffered a record breaking snowstorm. But by easter sunday with temperatures up in the 80s, the change was Complete. White House shrubbery and Trees escaped the devastation of broken branches that occurred elsewhere in the City and even before the Sony had melted buds burst into Bloom. On the Pennsylvania Avenue Side the magnolias Are making a gorgeous showing supported by the forsythia and Japonica Bushes All at their Best. The same three faithful Are on display near the Fountain in the South Garden. These Are the two Best show places in the White House use our modern of fur storage cleaning repairing and remodelling we offer you the modern facilities of our storage vaults at a Price negligible compared to the Worth of your fun Fessler fur co. 308 main St phone Jackson 4770 like to Tell the people of Tennessee about before Mckellar had a Chance to recover from this spanking he ran into another from James h. Richmond president of the Murray state teachers College in Kentucky. Richmond told How Hie nya was contributing to the War Effort by training the children of poor people for jobs in War plants also How under the College Aid program higher education was made available to thousands of others. Nya projects Are All important in states like Kentucky with few War industries Richmond said adding to Mckellar a you have plenty of War industries in your Mckellar apparently considered this remark an inference that he was unconcerned about conditions in other states beside Tennessee. Sputtering he shouted a your insinuations Are absolutely a i resent a statement like that a hit Back Richmond to which Mckellar replied hotly a you can resent it if you senator Elbert Thomas of Utah chairman of the labor committee headed off further hostilities by remarking Jock Early to Richmond a doctor if you lived around Here very Long you would never resent easter gift. Vice president Wallace was one Hull and Winchell Cordell Hull dignified austere Secretary of state has sat gazing out Over the Atlantic Ocean recently from a Miami Beach Cabana adjacent to the Cabana of turbulent Broadway news Sleuth Walter Winchell. For two months or. Hull has been absent from Washington there has been speculation whether he would return. So news Sleuth Winchell put the question bluntly to his Cabana neighbor a emr. Secretary Are you going Back to work a the Secretary of state replied in the affirmative. He said that after he had had sufficient rest in the South he was going Back to work. Note one of Winchell a friends reproached him for putting such a Blunt question to or. Hull. Replied Winchell a a in be gotta ask questions. That a my Wake Island heroes. There has been no publicity about it but president Roosevelt has used his executive Powers to provide Aid for the families of the Al construction workers captured by the japs with the heroic Marine defenders of Wake Island. There were several Hundred craftsmen working on fort Ifica to ions of the Pacific outpost when the japs made their sneak attack. The labourers assisted in the Gallant defense and Many were killed and wounded. Unlike the marines these workers were not covered by Legal pro j visions for aiding their dependents. So to take care of their families the president used his authority to allocate a portion of the $100,000,000,000 emergency revolving fund. At his orders $5,000,000 was turned Over to the social Security Board to handle the matter. Home front flashes. If you Are a Small business Man with a War contract and need a loan go to your Bank. Since Jesse Jones was stripped of authority Over such Loans Banks will be permitted to Grant them with War contracts As the Only collateral necessary because the army and Navy will guarantee repayment. Attention draft registrants you can write it Down As certain that Congress will enact allotment legislation providing government Aid for dependents. That Means those exempted on dependent grounds will be reclassified and called to the colors. Donald Nelsons appointment of a coordinator to Boss the rubber Industry is the first of a number of similar Industry rulers. Others slated to be named will be coordinators for textiles food aircraft metals ores. Copyright. 1942, by United feature Syndicate. 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