Page 3 of 23 Aug 1942 Issue of Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Read an issue on 23 Aug 1942 in Racine, Wisconsin and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin.

Browse Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 23 Aug 1942 Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 23, 1942, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times sunday bulletin August 23, 1942. The Reh Racine pastor writes article Racine boys in United states armed forces featured in Church Magazine Ltd it Rev. Seidenspinne discusses Calendar of Church worship Rev. Clarence Seidenspinne pastor of the first methodist Church Racine received nationwide attention As the writer of a feature article appearing in this week s Issue of the Christian advocate. Official newspaper Maga Zine of methodism published in Chicago. Entitled a a Calendar of worship a the article mentions various holidays through the added signify be Given to ther program. Or. So tide reads in Pat a never since cd of us has looked Days. 2ven As adults we find Joy in looking Forward to the festivals of the Church. Just As there is a civil Calendar so there is a Church Calendar of worship which is being used increasingly. Has dramatic movement. A More and More we Are looking Forward to the color and glory of such festivals As Christmas and easter and Pentecost. We Are Hoto supplies it the year and Ance which can i in the Church Ide spinner s Art As follows i Hood each one Forward to holi Kodak Racine Only finish fir films Modem photo g Plant photo crafts shop College Soeum fritl5ioe-1bi i for Grimy hands your grocer Sells it recognizing the value of a Church year that has dramatic movement in it that starts with a definite warship situation and moves from Climax to Climax. This gives lift and verve and interest to worship experience. A the Church Calendar begins on the first sunday in Advent. This i Falls on the sunday nearest to november to. It opens the season of Hope and anticipates the coming of Christmas. The color for Advent is Violet. A Christmas is the first festival of the deity. It is the Day of Ful j filament and the thrilling Climax j of the Advent season. Christmas j tide lasts until Jan. 6. A Epiphany begins on Jan. 6, the Day when we commemorate the coming of the Wise men to the infant Jesus and the manifestation of Christ to the Gentile world. The seasonal color is Green suggestive of the Providence of god and the happiness of the Christian life. In our protestant churches this season runs up to Lent. Violet suggests meditation. A Lent begins with so wednesday. 40 Days before easter. It is the period when we do As Jesus did and make a Retreat from some of our other activities for the purpose of deepening and strength ening our Faith. That is Why the lenten color is Violet suggesting i meditation and expectancy. A Lent moves through the passion senders of holy week to easter the second great festival of the deity. This festival lasts until Pentecost or Whit sunday the seventh sunday after easter. A this is the third great festival i of the deity sometimes called the festival of the holy spirit or the festival of the Church. Colors j Are White and Gold or Crimson. On this Day we remember the coming of the holy spirit to the Little apostolic group and the birth of the Christian Church. A the next sunday after Pentecost is called Trinity sunday when we celebrate the life of god As father son and holy ghost. It opens up the Long season of Trinity Ide. When the nature of the Christian life and gods work in the Church is explored. The color is Green in keeping with gods Rich Providene. Completion of this season brings us Back to Advent when the Calendar of worship save heat prevent waste w 1 fuel savings up to 30% insulate with Johns Manville Rock Wool Home insulation every ton of fuel or gallon of fuel Oil saved helps the War Effort. You can save up to 30% on your fuel Bill next Winter and every Winter after that if you install pm Rock Wool Home insulation now. Ask for estimate today i Mohr Jones insulation and roofing dept. I jul Ulm a Ateaga. For building and Home remodelling Johns Manville building materials sep painted House in our Sherwin Williams paint and color style guide. Your Home deserves the Best paint Money can buy. Here your Chance to get it and save Money tool at this unusual saving you la find sep the paint a a buy of the year. Make the Moat of it now Buffham 240 main Jackson 2861 Cadet Donald Woodward 1337 Hamilton Street India pfc. Allen Fields 1231 Grove Avenue Australia corp. Ray e. Mohrbacher 735 Center Street Australia americans on Home front faced tangle foot week grand Coulee dam contains enough Concrete for a Highway from new York to Seattle and Back via los Angeles. By James Marlow and William Pinkerton new York. Aug. 22.�? wide world a this was another tangle foot week fir americans on the Home front. Much action was promised or hinted or was in the making. Much remained to be settled. Little was. The scrambled production program still was scrambled. The threat of inflation still was a threat. Both May be cleared up in the weeks ahead. Donald m. Nelson needled to anger by the mounting criticism of the Way he runs the War production Board returned from a weeks vacation with these promises a from now on anyone who crosses my path is going to have his head taken off. I am going to i get Tough enough to get this Job done. There will be no More alibis j i am sick of officials said he had ordered a housecleaning in the web to Weed out the misfits. When judge Samuel i. Rosen Man had finished his Check up on keeping Down the Cost of living authoritative sources said he would recommend a a a super Board to handle the Job. They said he believed the administration attack on inflation should be unified by putting All the important officials connected with the problem on the same committee which might be headed by a Neutral outsider. In a major reversal. Agriculture Secretary Wickard advocated Pari i to instead of to per cent of parity for Price ceilings on farm products and said he was preparing to con sent to a ceiling on livestock prices. An associate explained the Secretary has reached the conclusion that some form of Price fixing should be adopted to stabilize farm food and Industrial prices in order to prevent inflation and retain wartime economic Unity. Meanwhile the military was moving in and out of plants where War production was endangered by labor and management disputes Over War labor Board decisions. The army took Over the s. A. Woods machine company South Boston mass., and the machines kept humming. The management there had defied a web order requiring inclusion of maintenance of membership and arbitration clauses in a contract with Cio electrical workers. The Navy returned to private management the general Cable corporation Plant at Bayonne n. J., where workers a week ago had struck because the web denied them a pay raise. Voluntary meatless Days such As americans knew in the first world War were suggested As possibly a Good idea right now by Roy f. Hendrickson chief of tile agricultural marketing administration who said this country May have to ration meat. Reason needs of our armed forces and allies. Ack ack Crew j is economical uses $20 in bullets to destroy cripple Jap planes an advanced Allied base. New Guinea aug. 22.�? u r a maj. Lester Henderson wants the United states taxpayers to know that his anti aircraft outfit is economical. It spent Only about $20 Worth of ammunition in destroying one and possibly two japanese Zero planes the last time it went into action. The incident occurred when a damaged flying fortress was trailed by the three japanese fighters. The american Pilot led the enemy Over the concealed ack ack guns and then left the rest to the ground forces. Third turned Tail. The first Zero was hit and shot Down. The second was hit and disappeared with smoke pouring from it. Possibly it crashed. The third fled for Home. A it was All Over in a bout two minutes a Henderson said. A we fired Only about 250 Henderson said most of the credit for accurate shooting should go to men from South Carolina and Georgia because Many of the officers and men in the platoons charged till spotting enemy planes Are from those states. Lieut. Ray Mcmanus and Charles Ison jr., both come from Lancaster s. C., and signal officer Lieut. Leonard Simpson is from Columbia s. Enlisted men include sgt. L. P. Henderson and corp. George Owens both of Savannah and sgt. Robert Wells and pvt. Mack Hearn both of Hinesville a. A liable to get the outfit has had experience in i air in. Is without suffering a single casualty. Henderson believes a is represents More action than any other United states ack ack Battery in the Southwest Pacific has had. / a however i m afraid of we frightened the japs away with that Little show the other Day a he said. A at least f they done to drop around oftener my men Are liable to get in Bellingham and then return to Tacoma with two other Selec tees travelling approximately 25c Miles instead of one Block. No Short Cut to army Bellingham Wash. A a it a Stanley Norman shoe clerk was employed in a store Only a Block from hic army s induction Center in Tacoma when he was ordered to report for duty. Army regulations however prevented him from walking Over to the Center to take his examination. Instead he had to go to his former Home Mygatt s Sandwich shop s. W. Cor. Highway 20 and Green boy Road Root Beer hamburgers a Steak sandwiches hot dogs ice Cream malted milks Stop in and try one of our Savory hamburgers or hot dogs attractive and economical. Crop Pignole wave. Re rss of sym Honette Lustrous and soft. Ree. $6.50 Michaelsen deluxe. Reg. $8 of the ultimate in Beauty soft As a pm Gereave. Phone Jackson 645 third floor with or without appointment Sherwin Williams paints a Sherwin Willi a is paints now you can buy Zeidler to end i state gambling i i when elected Milwaukee aug. 22.�?6pu-Frank Zeidler socialist candidate for governor stated today that a when elected i shall not hesitate to remove from office any District i attorney or sheriff who fails to get rid of Slot machines and com Mercial Bingo in his county. A almost every county in the j state is Slot machine Ridden a Zeid Lerus statement declared. A a a a x x part of the Power of i the Slot machine operators is the insidious idea they have carefully spread that the welfare of the communities and resort areas de i pends on Slot machines. A it would be much better for i those communities if some vigorous 1 state administration prepared a i comprehensive plan for the rehabilitation of those poorer counties where this propaganda is effective and arrange for employment of residents on Public works preserving forests game and other natural Man connects for Jackpot on Wren program f. H. Hansen of 2221 Rupert Boulevard. Thursday night was a the Winner of West Racine so say it for Cash program broadcast i Over radio station Wren. Every thursday night Wren gives away $5 in Cash during the program which is broadcast from 7 tca7 30 p. Rn., providing the party called is Able to repeat the a Money sentence correctly. For the last two months persons called have been liable to win with the result that the a a Jackpot i was built up to $40 or. Hansen j repeated the sentence directly and will Call at the Frank Andrews i service station in West Racine i one of the sponsors of the program j to receive his award. Next thursdays program again will Start wit a $5 Cash prize. Automobile Drivers must take a medical examination every five years in Guatemala. Awnin6s canopies Cravat predicts Cau for estimates 12 36 -13 a St Jackson 3840 who want to serve their country who want to fight for Freedom who want training advancement choose while you can if you Are not yet in uniform now is the time to get the facts about the Navy. Many men who waited too Long now regret it. They can to choose. You can All the facts you need to help you decide Are in the new look Quot men make the Liis Book is yours for the asking. Free Book gives All facts it brings you pictures of your Navy in action. Pictures of the heroic men who Are leading the fight to keep America free. Men you la be proud to live with work with serve with. It shows you the life you la Lead afloat or ashore. It describes the Good meals you la eat gives a Sample menu. It shows the comfortable quarters you la have where and How you la sleep the recreation rooms you can use. It shows sports in training and the rugged outdoor activities that will put you and keep you in top physical trim. Look what the Navy offers you 1. A Chance to serve your country. 2. Clean healthy life. 3. Good food and plenty of it. 4. Good pay up to $138 a month. 5. Free clothing�?$133 Worth. A. Free medical and dental care. 7. Travel. A. Adventure. Thrills. 8. Opportunity to be an officer. 9. Training in nearly 50 trades. To. Future Success in civil life. This new Book also tells How you May become a Well paid expert in your chosen Trade. Radio for instance. Or aviation electricity engineering. It gives the rating duties pay and a Complete description of 49 different types of jobs for which Navy men May qualify. It shows you the skilled training the Navy gives and the top civilian jobs this training will fit you for after the War. Good pay. A. Quick promotion it tells you the pay you will get plus $133 Worth of clothes free. How you get your first promotion and an increase in pay in approximately two months upon completion of recruit training. How you can Advance to $138 a month by the end of your first enlistment. It tells about the new allowances for men with dependents. It describes special opportunities. How you May qualify As a Petty officer at once if you already have experience in a Trade. How you May get into naval aviation. How you May even go to Annapolis. It tells what happens when you apply for enlistment the requirements you must meet the physical exam you will take preliminary training you will get How you get your uniform. If you want to fight for your country a Freedom. If you want to share in the deeds that make America great get this Complete illustrated Story of your Navy now. Let it help you decide How you can do the most for your country and for yourself. Your copy is waiting for you right now at the nearest recruiting station. Call write or phone for Quot men make the there a no obligation. But done to delay get this free Book exciting new Book gives All details about life in the Navy. 48 pages filled with pictures of your Navy in action. Shows pay you May get trades you May learn promotions you May win. Your copy is waiting for you at any Navy recruiting station. Free. Ask today for Quot men make the find your nearest recruiting station on this ust Milwaukee wis main station Plankinton bldg., 161 West Wisconsin Avenue Chicago ill main station u. S. Court House 225 South Clark Street Rockford 111. Post office building write. Phone or Cali at your nearest Navy recruiting station

Search All Newspapers in Racine, Wisconsin

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection