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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - January 4, 1942, Racine, Wisconsin Sundays bulletin i vol. 12, no. 34 Racine wis., sunday january 4, 1942. 8 pages the world last week cond no a from aft Opiat a Presa and i sited press dispatches Frost Panday. Der. 2. Hui. The Roach sat urls Jan. 3, imm waved Heads unified Pacific forces by Paul Freye the new year brought no glad tidings to the United states. The City of Manila held by this country for 43 years Ever since Admiral Dewey sailed into the Bay in 1898, fell into japanese hands on Friday Jan. 2. Along with it went the u. S. Naval base of Cavite on the Bay evacuated by american forces some Days previously. Only Gen. Douglas Macarthur apparent new year Resolution to j a fight and keep fighting a brought i cheer to the 26 Allied nations who Friday signed a pact to Battle for j the downfall of Hitler ism and to make no separate peace terms. Macarthur s forces were con j sol dated North of Manila for a last ditch stand against the Ever Survey favors Daylight time year a round poll vote High in Industrial states opposed by Farmers by George Gallup it copyright. 1042. By United feature Syndicate. Inc a Princeton n. J., Jan. 3�? increasing invader hordes. The substantial Public support for Manila Bay fortress of Corregidor immediate adoption of Daylight a veritable Gibraltar was stoutly j saving time for the Vear found j defended by americans and fill until the War is Over is indicated j pinos. The a last stand appeared in a nation wide Survey just com j to be one for time time for Allied p eted by the american Institute reinforcements to reach the far 0f Public opinion East War theater. If the Philip business along the Pacific coast Pines were to fall it was regarded is already having to Stop an hour As necessary that the dutch islands earlier than usual because of Singapore and Australia be blackouts. President Roosevelt this strengthened considerably for week asked Congress for Legisla further battling. Tion to put Daylight time into of j with Only the Western hemis feet the year a round and sen. Bur phere unsullied by bloody Battles ton k. Wheeler has introduced a the world last week heard news in Bill to that effect which will be this order taken up in Congress during the sunday next few Days. Canada and Britain the problem of reinforcements j have adopted Daylight time was uppermost in the news on throughout the whole year not dec. 28. The Luzon front was Only to save electricity but also 1 reported As getting help to fight a Case of Britain to enable the japs. The dutch Sank two workers to get Home in the eve ships and asked More air Aid. The nn6 before the blackout time Axis sent reinforcements into Libya. The Malayan Battle rested British Isles bolstered for Allied drive peace feelers to be forthcoming briton believes u. S. Air corps chief Deputy commander Washington Jan. 3.�? up the White House announced today unification of All anti Axis sea land and air forces in the South Wesr area under British Gen. Sir Archibald p. Wavell As supreme commander. At the same time maj. Gen. George h. Brett chief of the United states army air corps was named Deputy supreme commander for that Region. Under the direction of Gen. It it 4�, while fresh troops rushed into position for both sides. The nazis tried to Stem the russian tide but the reds drove ahead of a 180-mile front at Moscow. Manila three salient fact. Daylight time although adopted in Many places in summer has never been put into effect the year a round in the United states and the Institute Survey conducted in greeted with derision the Jap offer order to measure Public accept to spare the City if the army quit. Monday the u. S. Navy Sank a transport and a Supply vessel while president Roosevelt pledged Aid to the Philippines and redemption of the territory. It made a total of seven and possibly two More Ance of the idea As r War measure found the following salient facts 1. Daylight time for the whole year is approved by approximately six out of every to persons interviewed throughout the country. 2. It is favored by voters in geographical Section the vote of approval being Partick ships sunk by the u. S. So far. Jarry High in the 12 leading Indus Luzon defenders checked two at trial states combined tacks and Macarthur prepared for 3. The chief opposition to the a decisive Battle 50 Miles North of idea comes from Farmers who Manila meanwhile shortening his argue that setting the clock ahead lines. British commando raiders an hour would upset the routine struck at the islands of Vaa Soe of farm work. The farm attitude and maalox off Norway. Russia in typified in the comment of a and Britain through Anthony Jamestown. N. D., Farmer who sex Eden and Joseph Stalin pledged claimed when interviewed the defeat of the nazi regime. A you can to change a cows milk Russia recaptured 450 villages. Habits to fit the clock or Eva or tuesday a a morning Dew an hour ear Macarthur urged bombing re Ier Venge for the attack on defense to institutes Survey was con less Manila. Air reinforcements ducted on the following Issue were reported on the Way to the a was l�n8 As the War lasts would far East and hints came of any a favor or oppose Daylight Sav Allied offensive soon to Start. A time Inyo a Community for Churchill warned Canada that its i entire year. Washington Jan. 3,�? a the British Isles regarded for More than two years As the democratic front line of defense Are being steadily bolstered As the Wavell Admiral Thomas c. Hart spearhead for an eventual Allied commander of the american counter offensive against the eur Asiatic Fleet will be in charge of rope an continent a British official a naval forces in the area and said today. Gen. Sir Henry Pownall the new sir Gerald Campbell director British commander at Singapore of British information in the be chief of staff to Gen. United states said that the Forti Wavell who will take Over his tied British Isles undoubtedly will unified command in the near fun become a vital base for the Allied lure. Drive to carry the War Back to j pick Chiang Kai Shek the nazi held continent. The White House announcement president Roosevelt and British issued by president Roosevelt and i Imp minister Winston Churchill prime minister Churchill of great together with their High com Britain disclosed further that mands Are mapping in washing chivas Generalissimo Chiang ton a grand plan of Allied strategy Kai Shek had accepted the us which Churchill has said will bring preme command Over All land and about a tremendous blows of of air forces of the 26 it United a Tensive nature in 1943 Catholic men to Mark feast of holy name communion to be offered for men in armed services feast of the holy name will be observed by Catholic men on sunday Jan. La with special services in memorial Hall. From 1,500 to 2,000 members of the society Are expected to offer their communions that Day for the Racine men now in the armed services of the nation. The program this year will be sponsored by St. Edwards Church. Assembly at the knights of Columbus Hall at 7 30 a. Rn., the men will line up and March to the Hall headed by boy scouts police firemen and mailman in uniforms. Line of March will be East on fifth Street to main Street South on main o3. Major general George h. Street to seventh Street and East Brett chief of the air corps of the on seventh Street to the Hall. U. S. Army will be appointed Dep archbishop to attend Uty supreme commander. He is archbishop Moses e. Riley of the now in the far East. Under the Milwaukee archdiocese will Cele direction of general Wavell and brate the mass assisted by a Large general Wavell Campbell said that As result of 1� a a Miral Thomas c Hart. U. S. Navy number of the clergy. Rev. Wil _ the future be operating in the Friday s no separate peace pledge chinese theater including a in by the 26 United nations he believed it a fairly certain that Axis peace offers would be forthcoming. A these offers and feelers will come there have been three or four already a he said. A but the declaration of the United Allied nations confirming the Atlantic charter with such emphasis gives fair warning to All concerned itally such portions of indo China and Thailand As May become staff general Wavell. Available to troops of the United american and British represent will assume command of All naval Ham t. O Conner Milwaukee forces in the Aren. General sir Bishop elect of Superior will give Henry Pownall will be chief of the address. Music will be by the Racine o4. General Wavell will assume holy name chorus of 25 voices his command in the near future. Led by Al Seitz. This chorus was o5. At the same time his Excel organized in october from All the natives will serve on the Generalis Jency Generalissimo Chiang Kai parishes in the City and appeared Simo s joint Headquarters planning Shek has accepted the supreme at the holy name convention which staff. Command Over All land and air was held Here. Since then it has the official announcement Fol forces of the United nations which been kept together and sings in Lowed fridays formal pledge Are now or May in the future be various churches on regular holy especially Hitler what will be the by,26 Quot a t5 opposing Germany operating in the chinese theater name sundays. Italy and Japan to use their full including initially such portions of following the services breakfast military and economic might indo China and Thailand As May will be served in hotel Racine to against the aggressors and not to become available to troops of the 150 guests. Rev. George Hege make a separate peace. United nations. United states and Man pastor of St. Edw Ards Church selection of Gen. Wavell 58 British representatives will serve will be master of ceremonies and year old hero of the first libyan on his joint Headquarters planning Fred Muth Secretary of the Arch answer of these nations to anyone attempting to separate them. A a peace offensive is not a sign of Security but of insecurity. It Means that the Pierson or nation making it wants to take advantage Campaign and now commander for of a temporarily favourable Posi _ _ Tion because he knows that he Ndia and Burma was made at collecting grim relics of the attack on Pearl Harbor is one of present Day Honolulu a out door sports. Above an aviator and a Soldier display coveralls taken from Jap two Man a suicide sub which u. S. Defenders destroyed. Army regulations require All male citizens to construct shelters for their families. Below is one of a series of diagrams designed by u. S. District engineers and published in Honolulu newspapers which show them How. Such a one was built by or. And mrs. G. L. Gordon of Waikiki below under the dug out so a a for Victory sign. A Honolulu digs in for War finds grim souvenirs of raid cannot maintain this position in the face of the enemy s growing in the first world War Campbell said Germany made to o or three futile peace offers and Britain none. The suggestion of american and British chiefs of staff and was concurred in by the Netherlands government Australia and new zealand. The announcement was made simultaneously in the capitals concerned. There Wras no precise definition of the Southw est Pacific troops May yet be involved in a bloody invasion Battle in Europe. The British in Libya blasted Axis tanks below Bengali and smashed an attempt by the enemy to stand and fight after a 480-mile Retreat. Wednesday Adolf Hitler predicted a 1942 Victory for Germany Over Russia while his troops were retreating from the Eastern front. He blamed the National vote is favor. 57% oppose. 30 undecided. 13 summer d. S. T. Long favored. Previous Institute surveys have shown that dating As far Back As 1937, the majority of americans have approved Daylight saving time during the summer months. J i the u. S. And Britain for a peace moreover in june of this year failure. Russia invaded the Cri nearly 7 in every to persons polled mean Peninsula. Manila was Des wer in favor of putting the entire Perate As the new year rolled country on Daylight saving time around. Churchill was confident unt the end of september As a that Singapore would hold. By Betty Macdonald it Honolulu Jan. 4.�? Nea a grim souvenirs from japanese planes and submarines that were j lost in the attack on Haw Aii dec. I 7 Are being carefully hoarded by j Hono ulans to show their grandchildren. One employee at the pan american airways salvaged a 900x200 plane tire and inner tube in perfect condition. Stamped on the tube taken from the plane that bomb safety shelter with tilted cover of Plank and Earth Earth 2-Inch planks 4 inc stringers every i feet Block army to recall men Over 28 predicted for Spring. Definition of the Southw est Pacific Chicago Jan. 4.cur a the London Jan 3 a a area where Gen Wavell w ill be sixth army corps area head Quad British offensive in wac turn in a supreme commander a but it was ters announced today that it will rope timed to strike when the Authon actively said to include the Start recalling men Over 28 years be ant attempt a new done m a a a a a it Singapore. A old into Active service next Satur Russia was predicted today by la it a the dutch East indies and a observers As a Likely develop the Philippines where Gen. Doug ment next Spring. Las Macarthur is leading Amer they pointed out that British ican filipino troops in a dogged and russian strategy Are closely Battle against the japanese integrated and that some parts of whereabouts secret. Nazi oct tipped Fiance possess these maj. Gen. Brett a Deputy Chie win report at the designated re i four characteristics deemed Neces of the u. S. Marine staff has been certion Center either fort Custer i sary for creating a a third front a i in the far East for some time. I midi., or fort Sheridan 111. If diocesan holy name society Milwaukee will be the principal speaker. Seek co operation. Committees have been working on plans for this annual event for several weeks and asks co opera Tion of the Catholic men of the City in making the attendance outstanding. With so Many members now in the armed services it was decided to offer up the communion for them. Detailed program for the affair will be announced later. Maj. Gen. M. Cummins area commander said recall orders will be issued a in the immediate future to All previously released As Over 28. On the Date ordered rec allees one child killed As twister hits Baton Rouge area Baton Rouge la., Jan. 3.�? her a one child Wras killed and 1. A Friendly civilian population Only a few Days ago a military i possible a they Quot should Quot Quot report be several injured Early today by a to harass the nazi rear with Sabo Council was created in ,1 tween 8 30 and 9 30 a. In. Tornado w hich left., destruction in Tage and guerilla attacks China composed of Wavell Chiang Cummins emphasized that the its Wake Between Baton Rouge and 2. Accessibility Foi combined Kai Shek and Brett. Men Are not to report at their for Benham Springs 15 Miles to the naval and air operations support the text of the White House an Mer stations or the reception Cen where it reached its greatest ins invasion forces nou Cement follow s ter until they have received or in rce Ders to do so. I sheriffs deputies said that a negro child was killed and six in 3. Nearness to Britain for econ a i. As a result of proposals put omy of shipping and naval Power Forward by the United states and 4. Limited transport facilities British chiefs of staff and of their available to the defense. Recommendations to president thursday wounded soldiers were being evacuated from Luzon and the Navy regarded the fall of Manila As probable. Britain meanwhile gathered new strength 290 Miles North of Singapore. Russia retook Kaluga important Center 110 Miles Northwest of Moscow. The British in Libya hacked away at Means of saving electricity and increasing Daylight working hours. Prior to american Entrance into the War however there was no widespread sentiment for Daylight time the year a round. Last june for example 38 per cent of All voters favored it in contrast to 57 per cent today. Reaction to the Daylight saving idea varies in direct ratio to size of Community the poll shows Russia lists Booty. Moscow Jan. 3.�? i soviet information Bureau subject to punishment. A an enlisted Man on the effect cured at enam Springs. They Tive Date of his Call to Active duty j were not identified immediately. Roosevelt and to the prime min is in the Active military service on the twister w rocked buildings ister or. Churchill it is announced that Date and failure to report uprooted Trees a roofed houses e that w it the concurrence of the will subject him to punishment and View Down two Oil derricks Netherlands government and of and trial by court martial for along its path. The derricks were Thev an i i a a a the Dominion governments con awol or desertion a Cummins in the Roxiana state University. N to. ?rderly�?zw1 hdraw3l i0, we corned a system of unified com warned. A Ltd a several garages in Baton Grimy Tennis shoe with raised Heel. N the dark a explain officials line in Russia issued to a an in Mand win be established in the men unable to report due Tornus a residential districts col taken from a submarine officer j a j turn to Page 7, col. 2 Southwest Pacific area. I sickness or other unavoidable lapsed., of re pm to u. _ o2 All the forces in this area causes should notify corps area a half million people on this be a new Roosevelt sea lard and air will operate in Headquarters by letter including league red Tropic Island have been Kort Worth tex., Jan. 3.�? Der one supreme commander. At a doctors certificate playing Robinson Crusoe in Cain seven Pound son was born the suggestion of the president in est since that Sunn it sunday dec. A Jaq a m today to capt. And w hich All concerned have agreed foil in eight feet of water is blackout deadline and Are caught 14-9-1, or sept. I. 1939. 14 Means out after hours on darkened Sun Usu due a is the nth Eor t0 3 reign 1942 s Rcd Ltd to ale urged a Wear squeaky to refute Germany s claim of an Quot shoes and whistle As they a nah Prev Wilh Trawal to a or into photographer boasts a poach sentries. One \ Gen. Rommel s Axis forces trapped with Farmers the least in favor South of aged Abia. J turn to Page 2, column 5. Friday _ Manila and Cavite fell but the defending army held positions hero medal Given North of the City and prepared to i resist to the last. Japan said wis Oilsin Soldier evacuation was proceeding to Cor Chicago Jan. 4.�? or maj.-Regidor. The British in Singapore Gen. M. Cummins sixth corps announced that considerable help area commander today announced was on the Way to Malaya. The award of the soldiers medal for japs said Macarthur had been heroism to corp. Alfred f. Frasch. Wounded but there w w no con Stevens Point wis., now with Bat formation of this. Imperial forces Tery a 120th Field artillery at in Africa recaptured Bardia. Hit Camp Livingston la. Frasch res Ler sped to the russian front to cued another Soldier from drown halt the nazi Retreat if possible ing in Stillwell Creek at Camp the 26 Allied nations signed the j Mccoy w Hile on Maneu vers As a a fight to finish pact providing member of the Wisconsin National for no separate peace. Guard. The Rescue occurred aug. Saturday j 16�?T 1940�?~_ sixty japanese bombers blasted at Corregidor fortress while Mac dogs 8 Hurt Arthurs forces fought on. British.9. A. Beat off three attacks on the in Pittsburgh Tirc malay Peninsula. The chinese Pittsburgh. Jan. 3�?/p a a said they had killed 15,000 jape nurse perished and eight persons in a counter attack at Changsha including four nurses and a fire capital of Hunan province. The Man were injured today in a British mopped up in Libya Cap four alarm fire w hich swept a Turing a German general and three Story Rooming House near 5,000 prisoners at Bardia London the Western Pennsylvania Hospi admitted four warships sunk. 1 Tai one of Pittsburgh a largest. In command of a 40-foot suicide sub. Other items of clothing from a japanese Pilot who went Down at Pearl Harbor were bifurcated socks a fun Doshi. Or Jap Breech clout. A leather jacket a helmet we Ith earphones a Scarf gabardine uniform and Bandana head coving. School children Are gleefully hoarding bits of shrapnel and bombs that landed on nearby Homes and in the streets. One Lucky Young Man from glistening leaves a a. In fun Onomy i Wahiawa near Schofield owns a 7. When Pearl Harbor was bombed. Honolulu at the Dawn of the new year is digging in for a Long War. Ifs a wartime town now and forgotten Are the Miles of sunny beaches covered with barbed wire waving Coco Palms whose is in Moonlight and Hula whenever possible the men will be reattached to their former units mrs. Elliott Roosevelt memorial Hospital. At Cook general sir a. Wavell has been a and Given the same rank As held pointed to this command. Prior to their release. Excited flight experts watch Landing of crippled bomber Drys aim to conserve Grain and manpower Philadelphia Jan. 3�? a3�? the Pennsylvania anti Saloon league today announced a Cam the rec allees will be requested j pain to a conserve Grain and Man to bring with them All clothing and Power during the War and Indi individual equipment they were i permitted to keep when released including their identification tags j and the copy of their physical examination report. Catch enemy eyes plane Wing. American made with franc or it it the it re in cd iban de san Diego Calif Jan. 3.�? up a a How much Gas have you got a to a big crippled army the fliers were asked. The Pilot Vogin Dir Man told the original Blue paint showing through the red. At the tip is the sign of the rising Sun. Blackout devices. Sense work now. Bomber came the question by figured he had enough to last to report for duty families Are thinking in terms radio a any of your pilots Ever j until 9 or 9 30 p. In. It was then Orleans Jan 3_ rated the first step would be to seek a ban on Beer and liquor in and around army Camps. Or. F. Scott Mcbride state superintendent who formerly headed the National league said there Are no immediate plans to ask for total prohibition. He reported there Are at present 500,000,000 Gallons of liquor in storage in the country a and that a Bernie Bierman Minnesota a tamed Gridiron Mentor and one of enough to do by for five the coaches of the East team for the East West game today was. Notified to report to the Quan Post la will Dos posts of senator s property Honolulu Jan. 3 a Opit in a one stanza of blackout rooms food conserva land a ship with one wheel Down about 3 Oclock. Tion and bomb shelters now. And one Halfway up a a i a use your own discretion and and at present the problem of an excited group of flight sex j land or jump a the ground advisers i even a blackout has its Bright building a bomb shelter is More Peris summoned hurriedly Gath j radioed As the fuel Supply do in j Side. Important to the family head than ered in the control Tower at san died. A if you do not elect to try j Honolulu has been completely buying a new car. If he could Diego s Lindbergh Field. J a Landing let the Crew out one j. Marine Barracks by Jan to blacked out every night since dec. Buy a new Rar in Honolulu Quot a body a Here had Ever tried at a time Over the told and the Bierman is a major m the y s 7. And residents have worked in supplies suggested. To bring a crash Job Down that last time you go around it set the Marine reserves after today s several ingenious devices. Army regulations require each Way. Automatic Pilot level on a West game Bierman win leave for one stanza poetic will. Opened one family solved the problem male citizen to construct a shelter five men in the four motored heading. Phoenix ariz., to attend a football Friday territorial senator am of stumbling Over fido in the dark to protect his family and the u. B-24 cruised helplessly Over the this mean for the Pilot to drop by tying a Bell around his neck. S. District engineers have issued a san Diego area. The Landing gear off the Crew Over the Field head when he a wanted out during of drawings to be followed had been damaged in a take off. T the plane to sea and then jump blackout they dipped his Tail in in a cd logins the left wheel was locked in a j himself. Phosphorous to warn Block War a the shelter should not be too Down position but the right one then came the time for decision Dens of his approach. A real close to the dwelling a w am army was jammed at an Angle of 45 one motor Cut out. The Gas sup a Tail Light a if i May be permitted officials. Degrees. Ply was exhausted. To say so. A one should keep in mind also a try rocking and jogging the one by one the five airmen men Are wearing blackout belts that he May be required to re ship a some one on the ground i parachuted safely made of transparent material that niacin in the shelter several hours advised. That did no to work. Other glows in the dark. Rules committee meeting. Dropped on the outskirts. First the executrix. The plane came Down at sea reports said the attackers were senator Wirtz died dec. 9, two at a time. Bottled w Ater first Aid remedies w Ere prescribed but they near Imperial Beach but escaped unable to penetrate to vital spots Days after the japanese attack japs Over Singapore Singapore Jan. 3.�? a japanese raiders flew Over Singapore in Force tonight but met Ever More. A tremendous barrage of anti i freely give no limit do i fix aircraft fire. A few bombs were this is my last will and she Brose j. Wirtz briefly disposed of his property. The quatrain said All my earthly goods in be in store to my dear w Ife i leave for people who done to make the turn to Page 2, column 7. Too failed. Serious damage. In the Island s defences. On Hawaii. He was 62

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