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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 10, 1942, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday journal time bulletin vol. 13, no. 13racine, wis., sunday August 9, 1942. 8 pages the world last week a by foul Freye americans talked about the Fate of eight nazi saboteurs. The British talked about India and demands for Independence now. The indians talked about the same thing. The chinese talked about the Success of yank pilots in stemming the japanese. The australians talked about Lack of u. Aid to their land. The russians talked about a second front. The nazis talked about their wonderful defense against that second front. Six saboteurs executed two get prison terms a p by week s end the Fate of the saboteurs was decided the indians under Gandhi were ready j to begin passive resistance to British Rule the australians heard prime minister Curtin say that he had agreed to partial diversion of Aid to other world fronts the rus sians said that Allied leaders were meeting in Moscow and the nazis dropped words and substituted a j Tion by driving within reach of the Imaikop Oil Fields of the caucasus. A the weeks events on the rus a a Sian Battlefront were in this order the russians put up stiff resistance in the Region South and Southeast of Rostov sunday and fell Back Only a Little under heavy German pressure. On monday the nazis stepped up their drive South of Rostov and asserted they were its it Public stresses Airpower in War program 2d front unified command inflation curb cited in poll or. George Gallup director american Institute of Public opinion. Princeton n. J., aug. 8�? Man Boycotts Light company for 13 years Cleveland aug. 8.�? Alois Krzic who has boycotted a Cleveland electric Light company for 13 years because his current was turned off Over an unpaid Bill declared today that getting along without electricity was a was far As i m concerned they can Stop producing the stuff a said Krzic who can neither forgive nor forget the shutting off of his electricity in 1929 when he owed a Bill of $3.44 and was unable to pay it. A i told them the Cleveland electric illuminating company nazi machine edges closer to russian Oil report red army already destroying Imaikop installations by the United press i the German War machine surged upon russians great Imaikop Oil ,. In a i Fields today and it was indicated approaching the Kuban River. The the United states went to War electric illuminating company that the embattled red army germans admitted Strong red As exactly eight months ago this id never buy a single kilowatt falling Back to the Foothills of the saults in the Moscow and Lenin week. If the american Public again a the vindictive Krzic regard regions which obviously were which has so often been ahead of called a and i did no to Washington aug. 8.�? a six of the eight nazi wreckers who came Here by a boat under German High command orders to sabotage the american War Effort were executed today beginning at noon in the electric chair at the District of Columbia jail. The White House announced the executions in a statement which disclosed that two of the nazis were spared death a because of their assistance to the government of the United states in the apprehension and conviction of the the special military commission which tried the saboteurs found All eight guilty and recommended the death penalty for All. It transmitted to the president however a unanimous recommendation that the sentences of Ernest Peter Burger and George John Dasch be commuted. The president directed that burgers sentence be commuted to life imprisonment at hard labor and Daschn a to confinement to hard labor for 30 years. The others were executed in an 18-year-old electric chair on the fourth floor of the forbidding and bleakly designed District jail. They were Herbert Hans Haupt 22, and the youngest formerly of Chicago Edward John Kerling 33, Leader of the four nazis Quot who landed on a Florida Beach the night of june 17 Heinrich harm Heinck 35 Richard Quirin 34 Werner Thiel 35, and Hermann Neubauer 32. Brief sketches Trace background of saboteurs attempts to divert nazi strength. By tuesday the germans had made big gains in the caucasus and had moved within striking distance of the Baku Railroad. The russians retreated further wednesday and the nazis claimed reaching the Kuban River at one its leaders were to draw up a War program for the immediate future based on those eight months experience what would it embrace if the typical american the Man in the Street were to sit Down in president Roosevelt a office and give the presi caucasus Mountain Range already was destroying the Imaikop installations in a scorched Earth Retreat. The soviets acknowledged an enemy breakthrough in strength in the Arsavir Region along the Kuban River after a German Advance of 80 to too Miles and the germans in a communique con need. I got my wife a gasoline firmed to some extent by the a every now and then the company sends a Man out to try to get us to use electricity again a he chuckled a but i Tell them what i think of them. A we never even missed it. Gas lamps give us All the Light we Point. Thursday the enemy reach Dent his reactions to the War thus washing machine and she russians said they were Only 30 de the rail Junction of tik Horetsky where the caucasus Stalingrad Railroad crosses the Rostov Baku line. The germans gained slightly Southeast of Stalingrad. By Friday the russians were forced Back almost to Arsavir claimed As captured by the nazis Only 60 Miles from the Imaikop Oil sector. On saturday it was reported that the russians were ready to blow far and his ideas on what should be done what Are the things he would say construction priority. One of the first things the average american would stress judging by the evidence of Public opinion surveys is his belief that by far the most important element in winning this War is Airpower. He Trade it for an electric one. We Miles from the Imaikop Fields. Done to need a refrigerator because we keep our food Cool in the radio poses no problem for Krzic and his family. A Crystal set with earphones keeps them tuned to the world s crooners and commentators. A we had one that worked with batteries too but i Pacific attacks. From the australian Battlefront and from China came news of smashing blows by United states air forces but those successes could not offset the constantly deteriorating situation of the russian armies battling not Only to save the Oil of the cauda in the nil Fields in the fare of the would 2ive air plane construction like the Crystal set better a Krzic surf but to keep open a vital route up the Oil Fields in the 136 Nln Rita nth a a clinic and pvn gained a it to a rho apr a m priority Over both warships and land arms. Even before the recent publicity Given to the rafts plans to bomb a i Germany to defeat five times As Moscow s radio opened up the Many americans were stressing week s talk of a second front aim War act Rerp pm no a citing nazi advances. The reds were holding firmly before Stalingrad however. A Airpower As were emphasizing by warning Germany that Russia and or sea Power As the element Britain it and the United states had most important to Victory reached agreement on such a move Here is the Way they voted in in 1942 and that the nazis would an Institute Survey on the Issue. Be confronted with 15 million men a assuming that land sea and 85 thousand tanks too thousand Airpower is each important in explained. A a it a cheaper. Krzic said it was no inconvenience to be without a Telephone because his family a would no to need one once in to years a we even have a workshop my two sons built in the basement a he boasted. A Alex rigged up a Power for Aid from the United states and Britain. Washington aug. 8.�? a thumbnail sketches of the eight German born saboteurs follow George John dash�?39, slight of build and grading world War Veteran of the German army. Entered the United states in 1922. Worked As a waiter at various times in new York Hollywood calif., and Florida. Left new York for san Francisco in March 1941, thence to Germany under arrangements made for him by the German consulate at new York. Understood to have Given evidence to this government. Ernest Peter burger�?35, came to this country in 1927 and was naturalized in 1933. This Stocky d a r k c complexioned defendant worked in Warior machine shops in Milwaukee and Wisconsin. Served in the Michigan National guard in 1931 and two years later returned to Germany where he saw and Edward furnishes the Aid to Russia. In Moscow american and Brit became group Leader writer and ish envoys the Axis still insisted j pr0pa8andist. W As inducted into that prime minister Winston Churchill is there a discussed with soviet leaders Means of increasing the effectiveness of this guns and 50 thousand air planes. On tuesday in London the House of commons held a Brief secret session to hear an important government announcement but its nature was not revealed. London also heard that the nervous germans had shifted three Millian civilians from the invasion zone so they could not Aid the allies with revolts. Wednesday came word that maj. Gen. Follett Bradley of the u. Army air Force had arrived in mos cow with a message to Josef Stalin from president Roosevelt. By Friday it was reported in London that Bradley was in the midst of conferences with other important personages from great Britain. Rus Sian and the u. S., and by saturday the Moscow radio said bluntly a the Day for the second front All during the week Axis prop winning the present War which of these is the most important a land Power. 7% sea Power n 14 air Power. 69 undecided. Ioas a matter of fact the Public appraised the value of Airpower even before Many of the experts themselves. By a vote of More than 7 to 3 the people were calling for a bigger air Force in 1935�? turn to Page 7, col. 4. Navy blasts Solomon Isles juice by pedalling a bicycle. They turn out some mighty Fine Racine learns Alert system schedule of the Alert system while the russians told of massive nazi forces moving upon Imaikop from two sides the German High command its communiques Are More informative of course when the tide of Battle is going its Way reported the capture of Arsavir the crossing of the Laba River and the capture of Kurgan Naya which is 30 Miles West of Arsavir and the same distance the German army on aug. 7, 1941, taking an oath of loyalty to Adolf Hitler and thereby the government contends forfeited his american citizenship. Joined bund in 1934. Heinrich harm heinck�?35, in Baruch confers on Park Bench East of Imaikop. _ thus it was evident that Mai Ashington aug. 8�? in a which will activate Racine county Kop which provides seven to to president Roosevelt s special Cornin the practice blackout of aug. 12, per Cert of Russia s Oil and More Mittee to Survey the nations rub was received received today from than 2,000,000 tons of High test Ber situation went to work Fri the Wisconsin Council of defense. Aviation fuel was steadily being according to l. F. Thurwachter overwhelmed from the East and from the North. Claim pipeline Cut. Russian dispatches told of Des. Perate attempts to Stem the enemy a will consist of four Telephone Mes a up0n Imaikop and Arsavir could hardly be distinguished from sages sent to Green Bay Racine a by g0,000 on the West Bank nearby persons feeding pigeons. Port Washington Sheboygan be 0f the Kuban and the Junction of the six foot Frame of chairman Washington. Aug. 8.�? up a Nosha Manitowoc Sturgeon Bay Oil pipe lines branching out to Bernard Baruch however was heavy attacks by United states and Kewaunee and these in turn Imaikop and eastward to Grozny the give away. With him were Civ. Naval forces on japanese install will activate control centers and Baku on the Caspian. The or. Karl Compton president of Uganda had it that prime minister tons in the Solomon islands in the throughout their respective coun germans claim to have Cut the j Massachusetts Institute of tech Churchill was in Moscow for the Southwest Pacific and in the Aleu j ties. Conferences. State commander of the citizens service corps who will direct the system from the secret state control Center in Milwaukee the alerts Day on two open air Park benches. Washingtonians strolling through Lafayette Square across the Street from the White House discovered the committee which a activities of air planes took up most of the remainder of the important news of the week. Sunday German planes raided Southeastern England while British planes ranged Over occupied regions. Monday american planes did considerable damage in a raid on Fuchlow. In Tiangsi province in China. Tuesday Allied planes blasted the base of Kokorda. Taken by the japs Only 55 Miles from port moresby on new Guinea. Wednesday German planes attacked parts of Iceland. Raids also ins in cel Laress votes had been made monday and tues-1 _ Day thursday the Raf made a sizeable raid on the German Ruhr industries after a Lull in night bombings caused by the weather. Friday the British made a heavy raid on Duisberg in the Ruhr. U. Planes bombed a Jap Ai drome near Canton and also blasted the Jap bases at Rabaul on new Britain and lae on new guinean. Saturday news came that u. Bombers had sunk a 10.000 ton transport out of an Axis Convoy in the Mediterranean. Tian islands off Alaska were an order of messages a nuanced sunday by the Navy. The messages will be received in air and surface forces joined in the following order the assault on the enemy in the at 9 30 p. warning Southeastern part of the Solomon precautionary possible danger. Islands. The Navy emphasized at 9 45 p. In. A Blue warning that the attack was in a a Force and enemy planes approaching pre that the Battle was continuing referring to the aleutians where the japanese have landed on three i islands the Navy said its forces bombarded enemy ships and Shore establishments at Kiska. In this engagement also surface units played a major part. Besides Kiska the japanese Are on Attu and agatto islands. Passive resistance new Delhi. Aug a a it a the government of India tonight declined to negotiate with the All India Congress party on the basis of the party s Bombal Resolution calling for immediate Independence under threat of a civil disobedience Campaign. Arsavir Baku pipeline and rail ology and or. James b. Conant Road at several Points. President of Harvard University not Only was Imaikop gravely the other two members of the threatened the russians said but committee and one or two Assort Large soviet forces including cos de rubber experts sack cavalry Are trying to Battle All we Ere hatless and in shirt their Way out of we hat May soon sleeves except the chairman who be a German steel trap around we Ore a summer jacket and a Straw pare. I Kush Hevka and near the sea of hat. At to p. warning at Azov coast deep behind the nazi the Only thing secret about the tack by enemy planes May occur spearheads. Conference was that the conver within five minutes. Public alarm for the moment at least the station we As in Low tones. The two signals sounded. Immediate a Southern claw of the German pin a benches we Ere in the very heart Tion. Blackout. Cers on Stalingrad appeared to of the Park in the Shadow of the at 10 30 p. signal. All have been halted by Strong rus j famous Andrew Jackson statue Clear. Danger is Over. Sian resistance including tank reporters however could a Thurwachter pointed out in his counterattacks Betws Een the Sal proach the meeting Only Long instructions that the signals Are and Don Rivers to the North of being Given in this fashion in or Kotelnikov which lies 95 Miles Der to practice proper alerting for Southwest of Stalingrad. In the an emergency. They Are in Simu Kletskaya sector Northwest of lation of a test air raid he said tired the United states in 1926. Joined the German american bund in 1934. This Short baldish defendant was employed in various new York restaurants and factories. Richard quirin�?34, entered the United states in 1917, and worked As a Mechanic Between 1927 and 1930 at Syracuse n. Y. Though he filed intentions of becoming a citizen he never we As naturalized. Slim and Sallow faced he had a Shock of Gray curly hair. Edward John kerling�?33, came to the United states in 1929 and obtained employment with a new Jersey Oil company. From 1930 to 1939, he and his wife Maria now held As an alien enemy wore employed As domestics in Greenwich conn., and Short Hills n. Together with a friends Active in the bund he purchased the yawl Leskela in 1939 and they sailed apparently for Germany. The yacht however War seized off the Florida coast by coast guards who believed the group was trying to Supply German a boats. Of All the accused he was the handsomest and most intelligent. Fled to Mexico. Herbert Hans haupt�?22, became a citizen by the naturalization of his father and Mother or. And mrs. Hans Max Haupt of Chicago. While an apprentice optical worker the Sallow Pimpl faced youth a got into trouble with a girls in june 1941 and fled to Mexico. The German Consul there provided him with funds and then arranged his passage to Germany by Wray of Japan. The German freighter aboard Winch he Wras placed successfully ran a blockade and he with other Crew members we As Given an Iron Cross. Before leaving this country last year he became engaged to mrs. Cerda Milend 24-year-old Chicago widow who jilted him after learning of his capture and the. Reason for his presence in Chicago. Werner thiel�?35, came Here As a youth and gained employment in a Hammond ind., Hospital. Later he we As a toolmaker in Detroit and worked at various jobs in Philadelphia and los Angeles. He had a dark complexioned face that frequently bore a sneer. Hermann neubauer�?32, entered the United states under immigration quotas while a Seaman aboard the Leviathan. In 1931, i the moustached powerfully built accused obtained a Job in a Hartford conn., hotel and later worked in various Chicago hotels. He returned to Germany in 1940. # the White House announcement follows a the president completed his review of the findings and sentences of the military commission appointed by him on july 2, 1942, which tried the eight nazi saboteurs. A the president approved the judgment of the military commission that All of the prisoners were guilty and that they be Given the death sentence by electrocution. Recommend terms. A however there we As Mous recommendation Washington aug. 8.�? a some time in Early summer eight picked men in two squads of four each boarded two German submarines on the French coast on an assignment to sabotage americans War Effort. They we Ere dressed in fatigue i clothes of the German Marine infantry. Aboard the submarines with them went Box after Box containing Waterproof tins. In the boxes were quantities of j to nth enough to blow up vital a unania j War factories Bridges dams rail by the Road junctions water systems commission concurred in by the there w Ere curious bombs design attorney general and the judge Quot Quot advocate general of the army that the sentence of two of the prison Pencil set. These were incendiary ers be commuted to life imprison material with which to convert ment because of their assistance a the pens and pencils into fire to the government of the United j bombs capable of laying waste states in the apprehension and i Industrial areas and docks. There cd to look like lumps of Coal. There were innocent looking pen and enough to be shooed away along we Ith pigeons by Baruch. A ifs a Good place to meet Isnit it a Baruch replied to an excl and usually Are not Given for merely a practice blackout in which the possibility of enemy air attack is intimated. Seized aliens include nya instructor u. Ship torpedoed off South America Washington aug. 8.�? a the Navy department announced today that a medium sized United states merchant ship was torpedoed by an enemy submarine about the Middle of july in the Atlantic several Hundred Miles off the coast of South America. New York aug. 8.�? a seizure of 33 enemy aliens in the Bombay aug. 8.�? a the new York metropolitan area infill working committee of the All eluding one who was an instructor India Congress today approved by in the National youth adm Nistra an overwhelming vote Mohandas Tion we As announced today by the k. Gandhi Scall for mass passive Federal Bureau of investigation resistance but Gandhi said the Here. Start of the Campaign delayed until he has Curtin gave consent to Supply diversion Melbourne aug. 8.�?�j.r _ prime minister John Curtin replying to reports that Australia was not receiving sufficient War equipment from the United states said today that he had consented to a partial diversion of supplies to other More urgent fronts. Allocation of supplies to Australia was on a larger scale than a actual shipments he said in a speech Here. I a we cannot be placed in a air raid wardens who have com Balch 832 Wisconsin Avenue Cora special Sanctuary while those As Stalingrad the germans still we Ere mation of Surprise from one of his held at a standstill. Discoverers. Air raid wardens Complete training will be certified plated their training and who will be certified at a meeting in the Franklin Junior High school monday night at 7 30 follow Anthony Abresch. 1841 Erie e. Balthazer 1173 Riley court Vernon is. Barber 1309 Orange Street Joseph Bartek jr., 1910 Goold Street Herbert Bartlett 924 Park Avenue Albert Bartz 2529 Northwestern Avenue Anthony Bayer Street Thomas g. Aiello 2039 would be All were described As a danger Mead Street Albert Albertini 1805 i 1809 Howe Street Marshall Beau conferred Ous aliens by p. E. Foxworth Racine Street Thorwald e. Allert grand 624 William Street Emil o. With the British Viceroy of India. Head of the Fri office Here. J 1215 Herrick Avenue Alfred an Becker 1624 Albert Street Frank thirteen of the committees 360 those seized and taken to Ellis Dersen 2910 Bate Street Alvin j. Becker 1935 Prospect Street members voted against the resold Island for hearings before an ene Andersen 1640 Austin Avenue j Fred Beere 1520 Villa Street to Tion. A we shall make every Effort to see the Viceroy before starting our movement a Gandhi said. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru influential Congress member who in my alien Board included 24 Ger j Walter Andersen 2413 Thor ave Man men and one woman six nue. Italians one japanese and one Fred Anderson 1918 Harriet Seph Benicek 1417 Marquette Street Albert Benson 2343 Mohr Avenue Walter Berg 1733 n. Wis hungarian. Foxworth said the hungarian was identified with the nya in Street Henry Anderson 3031 Gil Consin Street Max Bernhardt 1328 son Street James Arena 1621 West Villa Street. Street Norman Atkinson 2301 Michael Bernhardt 310 sixth Socia ted with us Are having their territories actually ravished a he said. When Japan entered the War Curtin pointed out it was realized that Australia must be completely self reliant. A it is one of our obligations not to ask for More planes at the expense of Russia or China or More tanks at the expense of the Middle East a he said. Raid near London London aug. 8.�? amp a enemy aircraft bombed the nearby Home counties and Drew gunfire from conviction of the others. A the commutation directed by the president in the Case of Burger we As to confinement at hard labor for life. In the Case of Dasch the sentence we As commuted by the president to confinement at hard labor for 30 years. A the electrocutions began at noon today. Six of the prisoners were electrocuted. The other two were confined to prison. A the records in All eight cases we ill be sealed until the end of the the executions were carried out in an 18-year-old electric chair on the fourth floor of the jail. Twenty four other criminals had preceded the nazis in the chair since its installation in 1924. The chair stands against one we All with a Glass panel Between it and the witnesses seats. Five chairs normally Are kept in the chamber for witnesses but before today a executions 20 More were taken in. Four persons two executioners and two assistants carried out the electrocutions. Normally they Send five bolts of electricity through the chair and its occupant. There Are two switches one for use in event the other fails. The Clergyman who entered the jail in the morning emerged at 1 40 p. In. He identified himself As father d. Of Connor chaplain of the District of Columbia reformatory at Lorton a. He seated himself in his automobile. As he lighted a cig Aret his hand was shaking. A i do not know any More than you do a he told reporters. Presumably he had ministered to the condemned men. Officers escort Coroner. A few minutes later or. Macdonald the Coroner came out of the jail. He was escorted by two army officers one of whom held his Arm. A i can to Tell you a Macdonald said. A i can to Tell you a two Large army ambulances drove up to the jail at 1 26 p. In. It Wras reported that the bodies would be taken to the army a Walter Reed Hospital for autopsy. With the exception of reporters few persons were outside the jail. In a drug store near the jail where reporters telephoned announcement of the execution caused Only a Ripple of excitement. One woman when she heard the news that the six nazis Tad been put to death exclaimed a ooh Only six. I thought there were eight the official announcement of the execution was made by White House Secretary Stephen t. Early who had summoned reporters to his office. He stood at his desk. The presidents naval aide capt. John Mccrea was seated nearby. Early stated verbally the Bare outline of the executions and the two sentences to hard labor. The Complete White House statement was handed to reporters As they left his office. We Ere fuses detonators and timing i devices. That much and More the Federal Bureau of investigation knows of the eight nazi saboteurs who landed upon american shores from a boats in mid june. Trained in destruction. The Fri also knows that the eight men All had lived in this country and had been trained in destruction by the Gestapo in a special sabotage school near Berlin. It knows that they were assigned numbers in the German army. It knows they were under orders to spread devastation and death wherever they could in the United states. Day by Day account Given of nazi agents produced the Resolution Friday new York. He taught radio which Carmel Avenue w. Baer 1422 Street Nathan Berstein 2048 Deane the London suburbs in Daylight survivors have been landed at an i said that it was a not a threat to members of the army signal corps Monroe Avenue Albert m. Baker Boulevard Harold Bertelsen 2222 today while the City itself was uneasy coast port Britain. Reserve studied under Floya. 13805 Lindermann Avenue Lynn a turn in Page 6, cd. L a Der a half hour air raid Alert Tennis Champ Culver ind., aug. 8.�? to a Budge Patty los Angeles became the National Junior singles Champion for the second straight year Wrhen he Defeated Tom Alk Enburg Hollywood calif., 6-2, Washington aug. 7�? a Here is a chronology of the abortive attempt of eight Gestapo trained nazis to sabotage and destroy american War industries june 12�?four saboteurs landed from a submarine near Amagansett on Long Island n. Y. June 17�?four More saboteurs landed on the Florida coast. June 27�?fbi dire6tor j. Edgar Hoover announced in new York that the eight had landed and that All eight had been captured. July 2�? president Roosevelt created a special military commission to try them and issued a proclamation denying them and All other destruction lists who enter this country Access to civil courts. July 3�?the government filed specific charges of espionage sabotage and conspiracy to commit both against the prisoners. July 8�?the military commission convened in High secrecy behind barricaded doors in the Justice department building. July 13�?arrest of 14 confederates we As announced by Hoover. July 20�?the prosecution rested its Case. July 21�?the defense began its Case with All of the defendants taking the stand on this and succeeding Days. The defense rests. July 27�?the defense rested its Case. July 27�? the supreme court clerk announced the High tribunal would sit in unprecedented session to hear petitions by seven of the saboteurs for writs of Hareas Corpus. July 28�?writs for Hareas Corpus filed in u. District court were rejected by judge James w. Morris. July 29�?arguments in behalf of writs were begun before the hastily assembled supreme court. July 30�?arguments completed court recessed to deliberate. July 31�?final arguments before commission began at to a. Rn., but we Ere recessed for meeting of supreme court which at noon announced it had rejected the petitions for writs of Hareas Corpus. Aug. In final arguments completed and the military commission began deliberations on innocence or guilt of the accused on the 18th trial Day. Aug. 3�? commissions verdict and recommendations for penal 4-6, 6-3, 3-4, in the finals of the National Junior Tennis tournament ties together with records of Case at Culver military Academy today transmitted to president

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