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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 20, 1942, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday a St bulletin vol 13, no. 32racine, wis., sunday december 20,1942. 16 pages the world last week by Paul Freye a plane in trouble streaming smoke has been sighted attempting to make a Landing on the water. The alarm is flashed to the army a crash boat a Navy and the Rescue Crews dash out of their quarters where they Are on 24-hour Alert duty. The Boathouse is a bedlam of roaring motors As the High powered speedboats get under Way. Each boat is fully equipped with wrecking tools and surprisingly Complete facilities for handling injured fliers. Note special a Cradle bunks inside Cabin. Be German Soldier at least does no to like american soldiers. The nazi captured in the fight i ing in Tunisia admitted his Dis like for the yanks when he com j planned a a they Are crazy enough to at j tack our heavy Mark in tanks with Light ones and get away with the Story was told by an Akron Ohio sergeant last week in North Africa we Hen he reported an attack in which 12 German tanks j were destroyed we Hile the Ameri j cans were losing Only four. It is possible that there were Only the Light u. S. Tanks in that particular sector of the Battle front and thus the yanks were forced to use them against the heavy a i Chines of the Axis but the fact re j Mains that they went into the i fight and came out on top. The germans found out further j More that the allies Are using i considerably More weapons than j just Light tanks against them in Africa. And they Aren t stopping j Long enough to inquire about than. Two important moves were made by the British during the week one in Africa and the j other in the far East. One affects j the German Side of the Axis and the other naturally hits at the 1 japanese partner. In Libya general Montgomery struck again hard and fast driving j general Rommel a forces out of the j Al Asheila line and Back toward Tripoli. In Pursuit of the fleeing i afrika Korps the British eighth army executed a Brillian Man Euver j in passing and striking through the Axis to trap part of the Force. It j we As evident that Montgomery s j aim was the annihilation of rom i melts divisions rather than allow j ing them to get Back into Tunisia to join their Brethren there for a last ditch stand against the allies in Africa. By week Send the first Retreat ers of the Rommel Force had straggled into Tripoli. It we As thought that even that port j would offer no stand against the j British and that Rommel we Ould j continue up the coast to Tunis and Bizerte if possible. Meanwhile in Tunisia itself the i British first army and the Ameri j can forces were holding tightly to their Iron rings around the vital cities awaiting the drying of the ground before launching the blow i which is expected to clean the Axis. Out of Africa. A hard Long Battle is anticipated. Allied planes have been softening up Tunis and Bizerte with continuous bombing All we Eek hitting mainly at Harbor installations. Amp j i i ii Force and wound up in the Navy with two 600-horsepower engines the most common injuries with against the japanese flared. The army s own special Navy. I this boat sleeps nine men has a we hich the Rescue squad deals. On another front this time this is an oblique Way of saying Large dispensary and emergency however if a doctor Isnit Avail started by the British with a Dine that the air Force now has its own treatment room and has consider Able the Crew can perform just out of India and along the Bay of nautical Branch the crash boat ably More living room than a about any immediately necessary Bengal into Burma. It was the Ful Fleet. Its a Bevy of High powered coast guard sub Chaser of the same i first Aid. The men attend two medical lectures British gain control of Mediterranean to the Rescue great oversize motors pounding the crash boat Fleet speeds toward disabled plane. One of the smaller speedboats darts alongside the still smoking plane and has an extinguisher squirting on the fire in Jig time. Third vote no on need for Gas rationing Survey indicates drive necessary to stress reasons Seagull helped save Rickenbacker s life Washington dec. 19.�? a death cheating Eddie Rickenback de who with six companions we As rescued from the Pacific after 22 per. We were going to leave that evening for the South Pacific a Rickenbacker said. A was we were going to take off the Hydraulic Days adrift told today How an hour equipment did t work and we had after he and his starving Fellows a a und Loop to avoid hitting prayed for food a Seagull lighted j were told another Lane on his shoulder.,.telling the full Story of his lat w0, be av�?o1/, and that West escape from death to reporters i could. G0 ont at 1 30 a the Quot fun at a press conference arranged by went to sleep in the Secretary of War Henry l slim Tail end of the ship a b-17 Fly son. Rickenbacker said he and the Long f0rtfes?> after. He take a j other survivors could not have went it nto the cocked and food lasted Mother 48 hours if they ?v1ryt, w?., to land at this unidentified South by George Gallup director american Institute of Public opinion. Princeton n. J., dec. 19.�? the need for a More by the government Ora Stii. Suit Pacific Island at 9 30 a. In. By the newspapers to emphasize �1 h 1 a at 10 30 we had to seen in in the reasons for gasoline rationing a a a it 1 1�?o. Ser the meantime. I became a Little is indicated in a National Survey j he Tann worm War j worried so did the navigator and courted into the conference room by i 0 e decided to Cail for near by the Institute. This study shows that although the majority of car owners and. A a. Non owners As Well believe such Quot a to remind the reporters i the Compass waa checked and rationing is necessary never the l. Json reminded inc reporters f d t be 0ff less More than one third of All a hat he bad promised he would i Secretary Stimson who gave the i and a Hen fou Quot a e had diff and culty with our car owners Are either not yet con j produce Rickenbacker. A chair is yours. A a he a backs and i think there a More 30-mile Tail wind. A then i thought we had overshot our objective. I Felt that we Queerest Craft in the army crash boat Fleet is this a swamp drawing Only six inches of water it is especially designed for marshy areas. Crash boat Fleet army a own Nav self sufficient unit of flying Force lowing the recommendations of the Baruch committee the Institute tested Public reaction in a Survey on the following Issue Norfolk va., dec. 19.�?a lot j Down in the water and if possible j ter is exactly like ramming into a a do you think that gasoline a of soldiers Here at Langley Field to Salvage the plane. Concrete ramp. Severe Burns Honing in your area is necessary a Are surprised. They joined what i the Rescue Fleet has to boats compound fractures near drown j the results for the nation As a they thought was the army air largest of which is an 83-footer j ing and Shock from exposure Are whole show that Over one third of car owners give a negative answer. Car owners. Yes .60% no. 36 undecided. 7 total population. Yes .62% no 31 undecided. 7 the chief reason for the size of the negative vote the poll finds is that Many people Are still con Vinced As to its need or Are still undecided about the matter. Midwest opposition. The greatest amount of oppose a Tion or Lack of understanding of j Erbacker the chair is yours the reasons for the program is found in the West Central Section ing his gratitude to the newspapers comprising the states of Wisconsin for the interest they showed in 1 Minnesota. North Dakota South a your he spoke slowly at by 1���?o and a a Dakota. Nebraska. Kansas Iowa first but As he went on with his a a1&Quot a. As perfect As it might and Missouri. Recital his words flew. The least amount of opposition,1 he had been dispatched to the the forecast showed we had the Survey finds is in the new South Pacific on a special Mission j a England and Middle Atlantic j or Stimson. States areas where rationing was a we arrived in Hawaii by clip first introduced last Spring and a a where a gasoline shortage is More apparent than elsewhere. With gasoline rationing now in effect throughout the country Fol of him Here than went had had More Tail wind than the Ray a Stimson said. A capt. Rick i boys thought we had. Mind you Backer the chair is Rickenbacker began by express-1 Eha a a Seadler stations out a a a i i there linked up by wire such As we have Here. Everything is done 10-mile Tail wind. Later Rickenbacker said he met a Pilot who had come out the same night and that this flier told him that he had discovered a 30-mile Tail wind. A this confirmed my belief that filament of Gen. Archibald a speedboats whose sole duty it is Overall length. Veil s pledge that a move would 0 Rescue fliers who be been forced be made to regain use of the Burma Road. Such an accomplishment would open the Way for supplies to China and possibly eventual repetition of the bombing raid on Japan itself. First word of the Wavell blow revealed that his Imperial army had penetrated 30 Miles into Burma with the japs blast warship at Bizerte Small Hospital. Each boat carries full wreck j ing kits of blow torches axes tin snips diving Bell and fire extinguisher. When you re hauling Imen out of a sinking plane you1 done to waste any time getting at Hoimyr week. Twice a fire engulfs Chicago hotel Washington dec. 19.�?ijp him. A ii a i the dispensary would be a Chicago dec. 19�? a3 a at offering no opposition. The work american heavy bombers raiding credit to a Small Hospital. Steril least four persons perished and must be done before the monsoons r Hathor in Tunisia hit Ivins apparatus for instruments five others were burned severely resume next May. Ample Medicine cabinets plenty of i today when fire swept through a and damaged an enemy ship hot and cold running water Spe five Story Brick building housing lighting on new Guinea and shot Down three enemy fight Cial bunks for the injured All Are the West hotel at 802 West Madi brought More Success to the i ers the War department reported neatly arranged into one room. I son Street in the Madison Halsted quietly since the acquittal of herself and two Brothers Willie and Henry Stevens. Their Cousin Henry Carpender was indicted fused As to the real purpose of the 1 with them but was not a defendant gasoline rationing program. In this celebrated american trial. Well Over half of those who do not think the program necessary say a a there a plenty of gasoline Why should it be rationed a death recall Hall Mills Case new Brunswick n. J., dec. 19. A it a mrs. Frances Stevens Hall 79. Acquitted of murder in i out of the plane everything that the slaying of her Clergyman Hus was Loose a baggage and other band and his choir Singer compan i equipment. Ion in the famous Hall Mills Case i a if you think material things in 1926, died today. were Ever necessary or if you the wealthy and aristocratic were Ever in that position you widow of the murdered Rector would learn How Little value they of the episcopal Church of St. Are a Rickenbacker added. John the evangelist had lived for a moment after the Landing we had aver shot to the South one crammed. A a a the last message we got out was that we had an hours Gas left. Then our radio operator started pounding out the sos for an hour until we before they hit they dumped the indictment against him was later quashed Rickenbacker related there was confusion within the ship. One of the rubber life rafts became tangled in the rope. Rationed four oranges. A we were All so anxious to get away from the ship we did no to the Rev. Edward Wheeler Hall i pay much attention to rations. We americans and australians opposing the japs there. The allies recaptured Buna Village monday and repulsed a Jap attempt to land troops at Gona. The japs landed men tuesday but at a Point farther up the coast and the allies today. The raid was made Friday and was no. 271 a North Africa i. Heavy bombers made an there Are sufficient Pul motors to 1 flophouse District handle four men at a crack. A Man and a woman were killed the crash Fleet goes out Only on when they jumped from a fourth announced in communique Ca is on 24-hour Alert duty. Floor window before firemen a motors Are warmed up every hour j Rived. Two other persons were and there a a standby Crew always found dead on arrival at county at hand. Once a hurry Call came Hospital. None of the dead was now Are hammering at the Buna ter snack on Bizerte Harbor through on a plane that had crash j identified immediately Mission in an Effort to gain the gets Eraa it. Man it bursts were eco three quarters of a mile away. I firemen Sam there were ind Iuse of an important air strip for seen n target and an Vej my twelve minutes after the Call the cations the toll would be greater attacks on the enemy bases at lae wars a. As also three crash boats Crew was treating the Early reports said that Many and Salamata. I fighters were shot a Iowa injured aviator. A Rescue boat a occupants of the place succeeded 2. At Bousse our bombers can Genera y get under Way in in escaping Many of them in their scored hits on the Railroad station an ree minutes. Underwear. Traffic in the Vicinity a freight train maj j b Tifton is the officer was brought to a standstill. And mrs. Eleanor Mills the As emphasized by the Baruch Church Sexton s attractive wife were killed the night of sept. 14, 1922. Their bodies were found two nights later beneath a Cra Bapple committee and by various government agencies the real purpose of course is not primarily to con left the water behind. For food we had four oranges a scrawny ones at that which we lived on for eight Days. I carved these up into eight serve gasoline but to conserve tree alongside a path in an adjoin pieces and rationed them out. Tires throughout the nation. My county. The Rector had been that Point however has a shot through the head. The to patently not been driven Home by Man had been shot three times. A decrease in enemy activity in a a j the engine shed the Solomons sounded a nil j Ixo i la adj half Swul Taft Sill a my a a a. _ _ _ _. Ominous note for the americans j16 m in Charse of the fleets and was j workers in buildings across the a. Been. Of f there. They feared a Jap blow Amateur and an enemy air Field largely responsible for its con Street from the hotel said their somewhere sometime. The japs we re que r f miters continued version from a civilian to army windows were Bot from the the Hiff Pron ran he Cpin in lost a destroyer and suffered dam fighters status. Until May 26 the boats flames. Age to others in the last attempt to a re sweeps and patrols Over the were manned entirely by civilians. I or. O. C. Nelson Warden at the the government with sufficient Force in All sections to make understanding of the program Universal. The problem is particularly pressing in the states where gasoline rationing went into effect for the first time this month. In those states the car owners Are far fess convinced of the necessity for rationing than Are car a owners in the areas where ration reinforce Guadalcanal sunday j nor a. Narc Are ask As Well the master of each boat is a county Hospital said at 12 45 p. Since then the attacks have been providing escorts for bombers. A Civ Ilian Pilot who knows every m Central War time that in made by the yanks. Bombers one enemy fighter was shot Down Inch of the coast line in the nor addition to the two dead at the struck All week at the air base of the foe at Munda on new Georgia Island 150 Miles North of Guadalcanal. And at least once at Buin big Jap base in the Northern Solomons. 4. In the Southern Aiea our Folk area. The Crews Are regular Hospital two other victims both fighters attacked ground targets army men trained in first Aid and men and both badly burned had and destroyed an enemy fighter observation. Each candidate for been brought to the Hospital. �?o5. An italian bomber was fhe Fleet must pass a regular Avia further blows against the japs were struck by submarines which sunk seven More ships in the Pacific according to word from the Navy Friday and by bombing planes which hit at Shore installations of the enemy on Kiska Island in the aleutians. The difference can be seen in the following table is rationing necessary yes no under. States previously under gasoline rationing. 76% 19% 5% states pm under rationing this month. 50 47 3 there Are also striking Varia to rest tons in attitude by geographical then the following table a if you Ever had seven pairs of hungry eyes watching the Carver you la carve pretty Well even if you Haven to the Rickenbacker said that three rubber life rafts were used. Rick turn to Page 8, column i attorney general denies petition against Mcmurray Madison dec. 19.�? a attorney general John e. Martin to every 24 hours during the month Day denied a petition but James a. Long trial. Swoboda Milwaukee asking that throughout the trial she was proceedings be instituted against single knife stroke had nearly severed her head. Love letters they had exchanged were scattered near the bodies. Denied All charges. Until four years later no arrests were made. Then the mystery was revived by a new York newspaper and the sensational crime developed into a More sensational trial. Somerville never saw anything like the Hall Mills trial. From 300,000 to 500.000 words were filed by As Many As 30cf newspapermen t Able to bring supplies by sea to 8fh army Admiral Cunningham says convoys reach Malta regularly by Walter Logan United press staff correspondent Allied Headquarters in North Africa dec. 19.�? a the British Fleet now is Able to move freely in both ends of the Mediterranean and to Supply the advancing eighth army from the sea Admiral sir Andrew b. Cunningham naval commander in North Africa said today. Cunningham said at a press conference that he believed units of the French Fleet at Alexandria eventually would come Over to the Allied Side although he added there had been no indications official or otherwise that they would do so. Aided by scuttling. The damage done by scuttling to the French warships in Toulon eased the British naval position in the Mediterranean considerably Cunningham said and added a while they were afloat they were always an Uncertain Quantity. I never believed however that we would have them against # Cunningham expressed the Hope that units of the French Fleet at Dakar would join the Allied naval forces. He said it would not be Correct to say that British naval forces a dominate the Mediterranean because a you can not dominate the sea until All of the enemy forces Are the italian Fleet according to Cunningham is a was Strong As Ever except for its Cruiser losses. A your domination of both ends of the Mediterranean is now infinitely greater than it was some time ago a he added a and although i can not say that we dominate the sea we do have Freedom of movement and our convoys Are reaching Malta lose ship a Day. The Admiral said the allies now were reinforcing their troops in North Africa much faster than the Axis was although originally the germans and italians had built up their forces faster. The Axis now is suffering an average loss of More than a ship a Day from operations of Allied surface vessels and planes operating from Malta and North Africa he said. A the millions of tons of stores we have landed show the magnitude of our efforts a Cunningham said. A we Are tremendously Busy bringing supplies Here from the United kingdom and the United submarines Are the biggest menace to the Allied sea lanes in the Admiral s opinion although he said at least 16 Axis submarines were sunk in the first two weeks of the Allied occupation of North Africa. Then 63�?mrs. Hall remained cold and reserved. She denied All charges she scornfully refused to accept the states Contention her husband was unfaithful and when she was freed she went to Italy shot Down by one of our recon Ion cadets Eye examination. The v Naissance aircraft on thursday. Man Tak a Marti mar or trip in their roil a Iveys �?��?�6. From All these operations for two Missina men four of our aircraft Are up he peace time luxury liners in ii up axe peace ume luxury liners j Miami it Fla 19 sections. R i a i t l c.111 i note wince. Coast guard patrol planes and turn to Page 13, column i French workers taken i since the crash Fleet is a Separ by violence report ing forces at Langley Washington dec. 19.�? a it a us to itself and provides its own for Benjamin j. Brinkman Louis 13 Axis Supply ships. Germany has abandoned the pre matter Ance even to mess and Umei ky., millionaire and George i London dec. 19�? a British c a s streets without anyone Star congressman elect Howard j. Mcmurray of the 5th District for alleged violation of the corrupt practices act. Swoboda filed a petition dec. To Byrnes overhauling Gas and Oil rationing Washington dec. 19.�?<u.r a James f. Byrnes director of economic stabilization today initiated an overhauling of government policy and procedure for gasoline and fuel Oil rationing. Byrnes whose office is in the White House and who appears to be functioning More and More As a sort of a Deputy president a directed Heads of three agencies Congress committee and the my ate unit from the rest of the Fly it Oas joined Sta a police today in p a c l cd Ley Field it lives search through the Florida keys Dill i Sii duds Ulfik tense of seeking French of the i so Ian it it my it club dancer who i ones ave did three in Mie in Cormont Cinns Htu ii i have been missing for four Dave More Axis Supply \ Esse is on me Russia Hald grimly to its Initia Erst to work in Germany since Force. The men Call themselves have been missing for four Days i a Ryn Sian sea route and damaged Pule Stiim in a Pic Tive during the week despite that 1"vasn of unoccupied France a army s Navy a and talk Brinkman and Sedano were last another the admiralty announced i / t 2 a ? repeated attempts by the germans and has taking men by Vio your ear off about their Job. They seen tuesday aboard a Cabin today he s 111 jail aaa 111 to counter attack on the Stalin head Quad Cruiser As they put Quot at the one of the sunken Supply ships Miami fla., dec. 19 by Grad and Central fronts Thi nazis Goa. Ones from their 8�,t3ay time and. j a Ifni 4<blew Vin with Tuph Yorpp that an were trying desperately to relieve a a a on reports received from they re so Good they can scoop up a Quot do card sound Bridge about escorting enemy aircraft s Dis Charles d Hartman 24 Hospital fighting a floating aviator at High Speed. 0 Miles South of Here. Integrated a the admiralty said. Orderly arrested two Days ago for she returned to new Brunswick and resumed her so Cial work for hospitals churches Murray for Congress club spent and nurses groups. Too much Money during Mcmurt the years drove the Hall Mills j Ray s successful Campaign. The Case from Public minds and mrs. Attorney general replied in deny Hall was seen regularly on the a Pellet Len that Congress is the sole judge of the qualifications of its members Mcmurray Defeated incumbent Lewis d. Thill in the november election. Alleging that the Mcmurray for j involved in gasoline and fuel my. Their battered forces Betws Een the a underground. A the Don and Volga Rivers. The reds French sad the men. Principally next to the crashed Pilot him a a was yet there is no positive in the announcement paralleled a sticking chewing gum to his advanced slowly on the important Between 20 and 30 years old. Were self the secret american bomb j dictation of foul play a state in 1 similar one yesterday in which heeled shoes of women shoppers Rah eve salient and even went so seized m amp a numbers and trans j sight gets closest attention from j Vest Gator i. R. Mills said a but the admiralty credited submarines As they dined at a downtown lunch far As to seriously threaten the Vij ported to the Reich w without notice the Rescue Crew. After the bomb Brinkman is a millionaire and with probably sinking three enemy counter today was in jail again. Tai Smolensk Pivotal Point of the and without Opportunity to inform sight is secured they see what nazis Northwest of Moscow. It w As their families. I they can do about the plane reported that the entire Success of so hard pressed have the nazis whenever possible an army the nazi Campaign in Russia hinges become for manpower the reports surgeon goes out on a Rescue mis on this Smolensk rail Junction. The added that they have gone into Sion because a wet crash Landing Louis mo., amusement Park russians Are 85 Miles away from French prisons and taken thieves is Apt to muss up the Pilot con j Mills said he came to i Winter it now. I and murderers. A Sider ably. Smacking into the a Home Here six weeks ago. There is a distinct possibility that Supply ships and followed a state a he was released from jail thurs something out of the Ordinary has Brinkman is the owner of a St ment by Admiral sir Andrew b. Day with the understanding that Cunningham Allied naval chief he would leave town but Friday in North Africa that the enemy is he was arrested again As he a losing an average of a ship a Day plied chewing gum to the heels trying to keep his forces supplied of women a shoes at his old stand in Tunisia. I a the lunch counter. Problems to submit reports on these two Points 1. A in what respects our existing policies and machinery May not be 2. A what remedial action should be taken both for the present and the Post office finds alarm cock in Box Topeka kans., dec. 19�? a if the absent minded citizen who dropped his alarm clock in a mail Box and apparently took his Christmas parcel to the watchmakers will Call at the Post office and identify his clock he can have it Back. Martin Phillips assistant superintendent of mails said the clock in need of repair was encased Only in a paper sack. Turks read warning in nazi article Ankara Turkey dec. 18.�? delayed a 4 a an article appearing in Adolf hitlers Berlin newspaper Voel Kischer Bobach ter shortly after the turkish ambassador left the German capital for Ankara Friday was interpreted by Many turks today As a thinly veiled warning to this country to observe strict neutrality. A to those who play with the dangerous idea of holding their territory ready As a platform for Europe a enemies the Fate of Poland should be a warning a declared the Beo Zachter

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