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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 2, 1942, Racine, Wisconsin The world last week a by Pouf Frey will great Britain and the United states open a second front in time to help Russia can the allies hold the Suez canal and the near East now menaced by the Axis can the russians Stop the nazis at the Volga and hold the caucasus area0 will the japanese invade Siberia giving Russia a second front in the far East will the japs now moving Forward in new Guinea launch attack on Australia can the americans drive the Jap invaders out of footholds in the Aleutian islands can the United states Stop the a boat raiding off american Atlantic shores those questions Are on the lips of most of the worlds millions of people but Only five men. President Roosevelt prime minister Churchill Joseph Stalin Adolf Hitler and Premier Togo hold the answers. Hitler was giving the answer to at least one of the questions last week As his hordes swept past Rostov in quest of the Oil of the caucasus. Sunday the germans pressed into Rostov and made Crossings of the lower Don to the East of the City. Tanks fought in the big Bend j of the Don fronting Stalingrad. The russians admitted monday that Rostov had fallen and that they had withdrawn South of the Don. The germans were beaten Back at Voronezh on the North end of that front. By tuesday the nazis had pushed about 15 Miles South of Rostov and gained in the Tsi Lyanskaya sector on the Don 120 Miles to the East. The German drive continued unabated wednesday but without notable gain. By thursday they were gaining again but were held in other sectors. Friday the russians took a firm stand in the Don Bend but were pushed Back slowly in the South. By saturday the reds had Racine prepares for aug. 12 blackout motorists Down under Burn charcoal for Power Pujji of a 1 Hupf Pimp Hutu la Messy Job draining the sludge out of the filter is one of life a minor annoyances for australian motorists resorting to charcoal Power for their vehicles in wartime. Here Morris Dowd demonstrates How its done. Stoking up almost ready to Start for a drive in his car without Benefit of petrol is australian Morris Dowd shown stoking up the charcoal Burner on the rear of his sex gasoline buggy. Its quite a nuisance apparently. American stirs Argentine ire Buenos Aires aug. . A the government today declared Waldo Frank american author to admit Quot German gains in the lecturing in Argentina under the South. Auspices of the Rockefeller com Mittee on inter american affairs. President Roosevelt As Comman Persona non grata equivalent to Mander in chief of All u. S. Forces ordering his expulsion. Appeared to be a the North american writer answering a n Waldo Frank is no longer Persona other of the grata with the people and gov questions last Ern ment of Argentina a the for week by pour eign office communique said ing More Amer a because his Farewell violated the ican fliers and elemental duties of equipment into pens Farewell. Britain. Second Juhe foreign office action was front taut Buz in connection with an article by Zed again. Frank which said i our amen a How can one remain Neutral can chiefs a when there Are no neutrals five a a a there have be unfeeling Lano Saint a Dis i Peoples who did not understand. Hunter a in u r s was Onje my 0v1 country r a r f o w Quot tre until recently. But it is not True Brig. Gen. Frank a. Hunter of Argentina it command no Genera the us a Argentina knows what this c a Quot tremendous War Means. But it is demoralized spiritually a demoralization that seems to intelligent adult minds to be for reasons of superficial Opportunity betraying its duty its love its traditions j and its Frank has been lecturing at i various universities in Argentina for the last two months and was due to leave for Chile August 3. His publication a Ami Adios Argentina a appeared Friday and in it he declared that Argentina a attitude a secretly humiliates and in a n a Brig. Gen. Asa n. Duncan chief of staff of the army air Force Brig. Gen. Robert c. Candee commanding general of the ground air command and maj. Gen. W. H. Frank com manding general of the air service corps. Getting Gas the hard Way this australian Motorist determined to drive his car despite the gasoline shortage trails a charcoal fuel Plant almost As big As his car. Racine Host to clubs of kiwanis District Duncan the Racine kiwanis club t ing held in Milwaukee. Upper which is Host to the 24th annual Michigan was combined with Wisconsin on nov. 27, 1920. The convention of the Wisconsin. offends argentines in the eyes of upper Michigan kiwanis District distal was formed were on the same their own hispano american today and monday was the third Mih Waukee Madison Racine be Day sir Stafford world. A club to be organized in wisc on i. Cripps renewed a Argentina whose historical in the club started with a the pledge of role has been that of moral great membership of 15 and received Britain s Intel Ness and spiritual leadership now its charter in november 1916. Tons to invade is living in the midst of the great today the Racine club has a Western Europe Cost moral and spiritual crisis in membership of 117. Robert j. But gave no de history without morality a Frank Wentsel is president. George tails As to when wrote. Kamm a member of the first Board it a Loco sin dells. Harrison u the operations of directors still retains his Mem j Wood and John s. Addison of be ship. This is the third con As Sovy a Nosha fond do Lac Green Bay and Oshkosh. There Are now 73 Active clubs. National leaders. The present governor of the District is or. Ray d. Boynton w Ere a n t i c i rated. Mean while the Raf was Bride of Oil scion tends to Gas pumps in a the first club organized in this i to anguished themselves in National Philadelphia. Aug. up District was the Milwaukee club affairs. Honorable Joshua l. Mention for which the Racine club is Host. Errors in 1929 and 1935. Two past governors have Dis Frank Busy All week a business picked up in at least oct. 24, 1916. The Madison club Johns of the Appleton club hitting hard at one Sun Oil company station was second feb. 5, 1917. Served this District As governor Hamburg Sun today As motorists Learned mrs. The Wisconsin upper Michigan a 1927. He then was successive Walter c. Pew jr., now an heiress Kiwi Anis District was originally by elected trustee vice president to the company Fortune was Back organized As the Wisconsin Dis and president 1933-34 of i on her old Job of tending Gas strict on sept. 24, 1918, at a meet 1 turn to Page 7, col. I pumps. Candee the pretty blonde daughter of russian immigrants the former Sophie Boychuck returned to her chores As unobtrusively As she i married the general manager s son july 20�?and the honeymoon with her Young welder husband made her no More communicative than before. A male Motorist discovered that. A say where can i find the heiress a he asked. A the said mrs. Pew with 1 dignity a is Over there in the Day night and tuesday night smashing at s a a r b Rucker wednesday night and then dropping More big a Block busters on duss Eldorf on Friday night. Duisberg also we As bombed sunday and the occupied countries we Ere kept under constant Aerial attacks. Japanese forces took hard postings from americans planes in the Corner new Guinea area. The japs were j revealed saturday to have 10.000 la r a a. Troops in the aleutians con ii nip Lotus Jet dating the Island footholds. hew record in july i Washington aug. 1.-american shipyards set world records in july by deliver j my 71 ships of 790,300 dead weight Madison aug. tons rear Admiral Emory s. Fie accidents claimed Only 47 lives j land chairman of the maritime in w Wisconsin during july com commission announced today. Pared to a death toll of 72 for j four ships More were delivered the same month last year the in july than in june and the safety division of the state motor tonnage we As 42,146 Over the pre vehicle department reported to Vious month Day. Wisconsin traffic fatalities for the first time in several now total 344 for the first seven months production honors we ent months of 1942. In the Cor to East coast Yards instead of the responding period last year 401 West coast we Here a Miracle ship persons to their lives in traffic builder Henry Kaiser set in accidents prec dented production records. War bulletins Public would mobilize men for War jobs poll shows majority favor moving workers from City to City by George Gallup director american Institute of Public opinion. Princeton n. J., aug. one of the biggest problems in the War Effort a problem we hich grows More critical every Day is the mobilizing of Industrial manpower to insure a steady flow of j War production. If the common people were called upon to decide the problem of How to get the right number of War workers of the proper skills to the right place at the right time they we Ould Grant the government the powder to take two fundamental Steps. First the Power to require any worker not now employed in a War Industry to take a Job in a War factory. Second the Power to make workers move from one part of the country to another in the interests of War production. Cross Section poll. That is the evidence from a nation wide sampling referendum by the Institute in we hich citizens representing a Cross Section of the whole nation were interviewed on the problem of Industrial manpower. President Roosevelt this week directed the formulation of a National War service Bill under we hich All the nations potential labor Power would be mobilized for total War. The granting of the two Powers listed above is favored not Only by the Public in general but also by the great majority of workers themselves As the following poll results show. A do you think a Law should be passed giving the government the right to require workers not employed in War industries to take jobs in War industries a general All prisoner on sub capt. Harry Stephenson 66, Veteran officer of Grace line is a prisoner of War aboard the nazi sub that Sank his vessel in the Atlantic. It is the first reported Case of a sub taking a merchant officer As captive. U. S. Seizes 87 Axis aliens new York aug. In or a seizure of 87 Axis nationals who possessed navigation charts and Milwaukee county would have a defense Heads told to Rush plans for area rules Coll for extinguishing lights stopping traffic directives ordering immediate preparations for a trial blackout aug. 12 Are on the Wray to civilian defense Heads in cities and counties throughout nine Eastern Wisconsin bounties. The blackout was ordered Friday by col. B. B. Freud acting director of the sixth defense Region for parts of three states the entire Wisconsin area fronting on Lake Michigan the Southern half of Leader Michigan and the Northern third of Illinois. The test will be conducted Between to and 10 30 p. Rn., Central War time. Immediately upon receipt of orders state defense leaders Here began the task of mailing directives to defense directors and City and Village officials in door brow a Kewaunee Manitowoc Ozark be Sheboygan Racine Kenosha and Milwaukee counties. Plan control centers. Officials said that Only maps showing the depth of Waters around the Aleutian and Pribilof a stage two of blackout on the designated night. In other areas the islands was announced today by same i Mouth that was in the Federal Bureau of i Vestiga e fact m Mih Waukee Tion office Here. The charts made in Japan were night will be followed. Rules for the eight thursday counties yes. No. Undecided Public 71% 23 6 workers 72% 23 5 a should a Law be passed giving the government the right to require workers to move to any place turn to Page 3, col. 5. Worn indicating they had been outside Milwaukee Call for excused frequently. P. E. Foxworth Ting Ishing lights in Homes stores a Quot office raid. In advertising signs and buildings addition to designating depth of and the St not Al traffic the Waters in the aleutians and Milwaukee Street and traffic lights Pribilof areas the maps listed air and sea distances Between the islands the United states and China. Refused to serve. Foxworth described those seized Proval. Also will be turned out. The directives ordered county defense councils to arrange blackout plans and Send them promptly to state Headquarters for for Apas a dangerous they we Ere rounded up in the new York metropolitan area Friday night and consisted of 66 germans 15 italians and six japanese. All were local authorities were directed to operate control centers under full emergency conditions and wardens fire watchers and medical detachment units were ordered Morris Dowd an australian Corset manufacturer sifts a Batch of charcoal to get enough fuel for a sunday drive in his car during the wartime gasoline shortage. July traffic claims 47 lives in state -0j.fr>�? new Moscow. Aug. or a front line dispatches today reported a battering attack on Axis forces caught in a blazing Forest on the Don River where the russians warned to hold or die forced the enemy Back several Miles on the Kletskaya sector Northwest of Stalingrad but failed to prevent a break through toward the caucasus Oil centers. General Mac Arthurs Headquarters Australia aug. Ipin a probable hit on a japanese Cruiser and a stick of bombs Laid squarely on a big japanese cargo ship was credited today to Allied airmen who carried out missions Over a wide area of the Southwest Pacific. Chunking aug. 0j.r a chinese troops Are battling fiercely against a japanese invasion Force which has landed at the town of Anglia a pm Tho South Chekian province coast 31 Miles below wan Chow a High command communique said today. The enemy troops we Ere landed from six gunboats which approached the Small coastal town on july 27. Cairo. Aug or a Axis bombers again raided the Cairo area during the night dropping several explosives which killed five persons and injured 12 others although causing slight material damage the egyptian ministry of the Interior announced today. Air raid warnings also wailed in Alexandria the sues canal area and several provinces in North and South Egypt tile communique said. Moscow aug. L a Csc two russian torpedo planes have raided a German Convoy in a norwegian fjord and Sank a 15,000-ton ship despite a heavy barrage from escorting warships a dispatch to the Navy newspaper red Fleet said today. Yank spanks miss Churchill new York aug. up a an accessory to a brisk but Good natured paddling of sgt. Mary Churchill daughter of the British prime minister has made a clean breast of it to a London correspondent of the new York times. He said he had placed miss Churchill Over a buddy a knee for a practical application of democracy. The two Are privates in the United states army and have been driving trucks in London. This precedent breaking episode marked a recent party Given by the auxiliary territorial service of which 21-year-old Mary Churchill a youngest child is a member and resulted from her chaffing of Bill feets Adams of grand rapids mich., Over the size of his feet As it was related to the times Man Meyer Berger. Adams service shoes Are size Hee the largest issued by the army Berger reported. Adams i was at the party with his buddy j pvt. Jack Weiland of Mitchell s. D., along with a number of australian polish French and belgian soldiers. Adams listened pleasantly to miss Churchill skidding As the Story went and then suddenly got an idea. Turning to Weiland he suggested a a How a about paddling Hor. The motion carried sgt. Churchill dissenting. A i Bent her Over feets Knees a Weiland related. A feets is a big Guy six feet three in his socks he just of military age and had refused a be equipped and on duty ready to serve in the United states it0 Tunctson armed forces Foxworth said. Report defense Progress. In addition to the maps and j defense area coordinators charts Fri agents also found the meeting in fond do Lac Friday aliens had cameras ammunition _ _ flares and propaganda leaflets. I heard la of a Thurwachter citizens obscene literature also was in defense corps commander review their Possession Foxworth an extracts of reports on Progress bounced. It a perfecting the defense Organ fifteen of the 66 germans had Izat ions. Complete reports were registered with the German con j not ready. Slate for service in the nazi army. Their reports were taken from four of them had been in the questionnaires sent coordinators nazi army and Navy two of them in each area in the state and com in the last War. Seven readily and prising three or four counties. They netted entering this country ii showed weaknesses found with legally five others had made Steps to be taken to Correct them application for repatriation to As soon As study of the question Germany so that they could fight i Aires is completed against the United states. reports also were made on vol All of the germans were Mem unitary officers training defense hers of various German Organiza schools motion pictures air raid tons. One of them admitted Cor Warden services and warning sys responding with the parents of terns control centers and various Halmuth Leiner one of the eight efforts to promote the defense saboteurs now being tried in organization. Washington. Another alien had an Uncle and 16 cousins in the nazi army the Uncle holding the rank of lieutenant colonel. Admit illegal entry. The six japanese had been members of the Nippon club before it was closed. The organization had maintained a clubroom which was a gathering place for japanese in new York. Three and web ruling favors Union membership Washington aug. up a the War labor Board s employer members saying that a constant emphasis on disagreement could serve no useful purpose in this with hands to match critical period a voted in two cases Laid it on. Today for the inclusion of Mem a she s a regular Guy and like be ship clauses in Union contracts her old Man can take it a Weiland by a unanimous vote the Board said. A anyway she took ordered such clauses in contracts Weiland figured feets got in Between the s. A. Woods machine about 30 whacks East warned to Burn Coal instead of Oil Washington aug. to a president Roosevelt said today that every user of fuel Oil in the miffed illegal entry into this coun East a should face realistically the try and said they were members fact that there can be no Guaran of Hie japanese association an tee hat he tju get enough Oil t0 Imperial society. The other three were members of the Hotoku Dan believed to meet even his minimum needs next Winter. Meanwhile Petroleum co Ordi , Nator Ickes declared that a it is ated with the Black dragon society. The Leader of this group had the navigation charts which were seized by the Fri. Both groups had collected tin foil and funds which they turned Over to the japanese Consul according to the Leader of the Hotoku Dan. He said a i want to see Japan win the present War. I quite possible that fuel and heating Oil May be so Short next Winter that deliveries May have to be refused to any consumer who is Able to convert his Furnace from Oil to Coal but who has not done Ickes said that a it is possible that there May be some Days when would not fight against Japan any of the 50,000 Homes in under any circumstances. My pm i be a a a of s a Quot a Perot Hirohito is a Good Man. He i a a a pm Fly without fuel and is my ruler. I must obey the 15 italians four were ? wrote Ckuj in this country illegally three do Quot my the gov emment a Dusty since 1939. Two were members pal a for the conversion of Oil of the fascist party while two oth i burners to the use of Coal or other. Substitute fuel wherever possible ers had filed to be repatriated so and the institution of conservation measures in Homes where company South Boston. Mass., Quot miss Churchill seemed Embar and the United electric radio passed. I guess it was the first j they might Aid la Duce. And machine workers Cio and time anything like that had Hap All the aliens Are being held conversion is Between the Warner automotive opened to her. She had been pro i at Ellis Island pending a hearing b impose Siovie. Parts division of Borg Warner noted to sergeant just before the before an in epic alien hearing corporation. Alburn ind., and the dance and you know How new United automobile workers Cion non coms Newspaperman Dies Sheboygan wis., aug. up a George c. Hille 72, one of Wisconsin a oldest Active news 60-Day ceiling put on Lamb prices Washington aug. paper men died last night follow Price administrator Leon rendering an operation. Hille had been son today established a 60-Day a member of the news staff of the temporary ceiling on wholesale Sheboygan press since 1918. Fun and retail Lamb prices at the neral services will be held Mon highest Levels charged by each Day. I seller during the period july 27-3 l Board. Navy to take Over great lakes ship Washington aug. u.f9�? the Navy announced today that it would take Over the great lakes vessel greater Buffalo for con Ous Coal division in the Interior version into a training ship for department for the first Over All aircraft Carrier operations. The revisions of minimum prices for greater Buffalo is one of the soft Coal proposing a weighted worlds largest fresh water ships country wide average increase of the conversion will begin about 1ft cents a ton. I aug. 7. Coal Price boost Washington aug. of a Interior Secretary Ickes announced today that recommendations had been filed with the Bitumen sunday bulletin vol. 13, no. 12_ Racine wis., sunday August 2, 1942. A stages

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