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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - January 11, 1942, Racine, Wisconsin 12, no. 35racine, wis., sunday january la 1942. 8 pages the world last week condensed from United press and associated press dispatches from sunday Jan. 4, 1942, through Friday Jan. 9, 1942. By Paul Freye the president of the United states promised the world last week that the democratic Way would Triumph Over the forces of oppression. To Back up his vow of Victory Franklin d. Roosevelt revealed the War production plans of his government for the next j two years plans which should Public expects drastic curbs by government nationwide poll uncovers facts on economic issues by George Gallup director american Institute of Public opinion Princeton n. J., Jan. wipe Hitler ism from the face of years of study of american Public the Earth. Opinion have brought to Light four in his state of the Union address facts which Are of great importance to an assembled Congress tuesday j As the nation prepares for the years president Roosevelt set the sights of grim warfare ahead for 1942-43. He asked for the in on most matters of Legisla building of 185,000 planes 120,000 Tion the Public is far ahead of its Tokyo asserts British abandon Kuala Bumpur Rubler capital tans 55.000 anti aircraft guns and 18,000,000 tons of merchant shipping legislator. 2�?All through the emergency period of the last year and a half to pay for All those items and the people have been willing to Ore the president sent his budget make More sacrifices than the to Congress wednesday government has asked them to d asked that body to help spend make and in fact Are ready at 77 billions of dollars in the next i the present time to do More than 18 months. Has been asked of them. 3.�?sentiment for measures in there was Good news and bad solving sacrifices or a drastic news for the world last week. Change in habits of living is never the Good news included the unanimous. Public opinion is Nev continued counter offensive of the or unanimous on any Issue or russians which by weeks end had policy. Lifted the siege of Leningrad and 4�?the opinion of the majority the Crimea the enforced Back is often obscured by the a part ice tracking of the Axis forces in later minority especially by the Africa All but trapped on the re spokesmen of pressure groups treat to Tripoli the renewed vigor j the newest nation wide Survey of the chinese troops which Anni of the american Institute of Public i lated a reported 52,000 japanese opinion dealing with the Issue of at Changsha and began an attack economic controls during a War Peon enemy held Canton and the Rod brings to Light the following remarkable fight for time by the facts philippine defenders under Gen. Macarthur. A substantial majority of the voters of the nation accept the the bad news came out of the of the government to Tell any Pacific War theater and included of Ker in the United states what the continued Advance of the japs n a w0i"k do How Down the malay Peninsula toward Many hours he shall work and the All important base of Singa what he shall be paid for the Dura pore the apparent air superiority it on of War then it tel1 of the yellow men Over malay As bulletins Farmers what kind of crops they Well As Over Quot the Pup Amstand Taise and Quot at or Ces the shall receive for those crops and the sudden quieting of pronounced activity in the philippine Battle j to Tell businessmen and factory owners just what products they the five uniforms above Are officially for office of civilian defense workers. Of Luzon a quietness which May can make and what ices Thoy be a hint of a full scale Battle for can charge in Brief the Public is willing to accept for better co ordination of the War Effort a program which would merge individual economic outdoor Winter suit Wool $14. Canteen worker faded Denim $3.50 outdoor summer suit faded Denim $7. Hospital Aid dress $3.65 apron $2.60. Utility dress Rayon $8.25. Control of those islands. Wow the news came in this order sunday Gen. Sir Archibald Wavell was / ural. On a villus id we veil was. A Given supreme command of the Quot a a a in the common weal. It a Allied forces in the Southwest a Quot of &Quot"p1 a Case of wave civic area. Admiral Thomas Hart favouring control Over some other group while they themselves want to be left alone. Each group of the u. S. Navy was Given leadership of the sea forces. Russia reported wiping out a Spanish Divi wage earners Farmers business Sion in the Battle leaving mos a a 1 ment s right to impose drastic cow. The Manila Bay Island j a. t controls Ress of Corregidor was bombed for five hours. Kuanhan 190 this sentiment which goes far beyond the wildest dreams of the Miles from Singapore on the East most economic planner is coast of malay was occupied by the japs. Monday revealed in a series of three surveys As follows a in time of War should the gov Luzon defenders repelled a eminent have the right to Tell fac frontal attack by the japs and by owners and businessmen what killed 700. A trap had been set j products they can make and what by the japanese but failed to prices they can charge a materialize. Chinese troops were reported on the Way to Aid in the defense of Singapore. Four enemy bombers were shot Down Over Corregidor. Rumours of Jap Dis yes. 78% no. 12 qualified answers 4 undecided. 6 a in time of War should the gov Crim nation in treatment of White eminent have the right to Tell civilians in Manila came to u. S. Workers what Job they Are to work ears. Russians set a pincers for turn to Page 2, column 6. Smolensk and hit at the Axis Retreat in the Crimea. Tuesday the drive on Singapore mounted the Philippines held. U. S. Forces Sank a Jap destroyer and hit a battleship three times seven More bombers were downed at Cor London Jan. a rus Regidor. President Roosevelt made Sian troops advancing in a Succes a Promise of ultimate Victory and Sive Waves a have broken through told his 1942-43 plans. Chinese a German a Wall of blood at Sev oops trapped 40,000 japs at eral Points on the Eastern front Changsha. Russia cracked the according to an official German russians Pierce Wall of blood on Eastern front red Cross motor corps Covert coat dress $40. Red Cross Field worker Wool suit $20.25. All dressed up for War work sister Susie who used to sew shirts for soldiers Back in the first world War is own uniform today along with brother Bill. From Park Avenue to main Street Uncle same a nieces Are enlisting with the american red Cross the office of civilian defense and the american women a voluntary service offering their time and their talents to Aid their country a defense. Manufacturers Are Rushing orders on uniforms of All kinds As Young women put aside frills and fur Belows in favor of utilitarian garments of Soldier Blue. Officially approved uniforms of the old Are distributed through the nations retail stores. Red Cross and a is members must order their uniforms through their local chapters. One thing the new civilian uniforms have in common a All Are Blue. Prices Range from $3.50 for the old canteen workers uniform to $40 for the red Cross motor corps uniform. These Are for ready made outfits. Custom made uniforms run As High As $135. We May soon be a nation of women in uniform a and from where we sit the uniforms look both practical and becoming. Crimean lines and the British Bat Rad it a broadcast heard Here today. Tie to trap Axis forces at aged Abia in Libya was developing Well. Wednesday Large russian infantry forces supported by masses of tanks Are attacking our Wall of blood in the Racine youths join marines anxious to Quot get into action As keep your pants on Navy advises its zealous fighting men i i the dutch East indies loomed int Quot Quot the berlins radio the u. S. Marine recruiting Sta action to serve his country. Men Honolulu Jan. or a i f03 quote auce said. A the russians Are suffering 1�?~0n on second floor at the who have registered for selective the Navy took a hitch today in dad a3 by Dut h b heavy losses the a persistent Racine Post office one of the service and not yet received their 800 Mike eolith0 of the Philippines onslau8ht which is being carried busiest places in the City with j notice to report for induction Are and increased their Singapore by Jack Roberts have a Strong desire and determine avs Junior worker gabardine $25 or less. It it a is senior worker gabardine $25 or less. London Jan. op a the rumanian radio reported today that the death sentence would be imposed on All rumanian found in Possession of firearms or explosives not turned Over to the authorities by Jai. 20. London Jan. To a a Jack Gilliland of Pittsburgh kans., a member of the american Eagle Squadron of the Royal air Force has been Kiuei it was announced today. Gilliland 23, was born in Nokomis in. His father lives in Pittsburgh. Chunking Jan. To a official broadcast recorded by United press at san Francisco a chinese airmen shot Down seven japanese planes and damaged four others in a dogfight Over the Changsha front in Hunan province a chinese War communique said today. Rome Jan. To. A official broadcast recorded by apr the italian High command announced today heavy damage and destruction were caused in incessant bomb attacks on All British air and naval bases on the Mediterranean Island of Malta Friday. Rangoon Burma Jan. or a nine american and five British fighter planes attacked the japanese air base at Tak on the Thailand Burma Frontier today burned three grounded japanese fighter planes and shot up the Field. Quot somewhere on the German Frontier Jan. to a reports of finnish efforts to make peace with soviet Russia persisted tonight despite an official denial from Berlin. Vichy Jan. To. A a leaflets containing extracts from speeches by president Roosevelt and prime minister Churchill and stressing the historical Friendship of the French and american Peoples have been found near Vichy. Lotton Jan. up a Brittany first women conscripts registered for National service today. Girls of the 1921 class they numbered about 350,000 and will be called to the services probably at the end of the month. Japs prepare for onslaught on Mindanao enemy troops Advance 50 Miles in malay Jungle by the associated press japanese Field dispatches indicated late today that British troops had abandoned Kuala Bumpur the worlds crude rubber capital 240 Miles North of Singapore As japanese troops advancing 50 Miles in 24 hours through the Malayan a Green hello Jungles reached the outskirts of the City. Lbs listening Post in san Francisco heard an official Tokyo broadcast asserting that japanese troops had captured Kuala Bumpur in attacks from the North and West. There was however no confirmation from the British that they had yielded Kuala Bumpur. Earlier an official Tokyo radio broadcast declared that japanese forces led by heavy tanks had opened a general assault on the Southern part of the City this morning. Indicate new drive. In Washington where some sources had expressed the belief the japanese temporarily were ignoring the philippine Campaign to mass for an All out attack on the dutch East indies the War department announced on the other hand that the invaders were bringing up heavy reinforcements on Luzon and preparing for new landings on the Southern Island of Mindanao. Indications Point to a resumption of an offensive drive against Gen. Douglas Macarthur Gallant army on Luzon said the War department communique. Advice to parents Chicago Jan. To. A a done to try to shield children from the War by a pol Yarma cheerfulness a the nations parents were advised today by mrs. William Kletzer Portland ore., president of the National Congress of parents and teachers. Out in Many successive Waves. A some russian units broke in Many Young men calling daily to j eligible to enlist in the marines. Push. The philippine defense a to German positions but Thev have get information about service with j applications Are being taken in patently was in its last stages. Bee Cut off Fri pm reinforcements a the sea soldiers sergeants c. R. Room 204 at the Post office every sea borne russians tightened a the German broadcaster said Bowman and Edward Green Stab j Day from 8 a. In. To 7 p. In. The ring around Crimea. Washington germans had erected a a Wall listed a record monday when they door is marked with a sign a if you want to see Japan join the sergeant Green told of one Racine youth who took the preliminary examinations two months military experts declared that 0f blood Quot against the russians in a int la men to Headquarters sin Zeppelin nuisance raids on the u. Stead of a Wall of Concrete and Milwaukee. Thus making the Best s. Definitely a was in the to such As they rated in the West against France. Outside Milwaukee Cepter. All were a sergeant Bowman said the big ago and who was found to be 23 Hoth spurt in enlistments in the marines pounds overweight. This youth for Man Uin f Ange followed the Brave stand of 400 Francis Joseph Sladky. Son of or a Ftp p ? i. Thursday the Philippines were braced for the Aii out final blow. The japs jog Louis volunteers were quiet and u. S. Forces were a drawn together North and West a 0 in army of Manila. British troops re new York Jan. a treated again Down Malaya As the heavyweight Champion Joe Louis enemy threatened Kuala Bumpur volunteered today for the United reports at the office is impatient j from St catherines High school a a. To get into action a he said. Last june was not discouraged. All Are being sent to the station he obtained a position in a Racine the fighting Zeal of its men. The following notice was printed in the Pearl Harbor Navy recreation bulletin a notice to embryo naval strategists in your midst who Are raving and ranting that our Fleet should go out and blast hell out of the japs on to minutes notice a your advice is a a a keep your pants on a you know and we know that japanese terrorism reacts to make race most hated Mutual names no in suit Chicago Jan. a the Mutual broadcasting system and six affiliated stations today filed suit for $10,275,000 against the National broadcasting company and its Parent firm the radio corporation of America charging the defendants with conspiracy in violation of Federal anti Trust Laws. The suit in Federal District court charged that no cd a system of restrictive contracts illegally denied Mutual an Opportunity to a obtain business in cities we Here there Are less than four full time radio Mutual and its Allied stations claimed they had been damaged to the extent of $3,425,-000 and demanded triple recovery of that amount under the Sherman anti Trust act. Split network. The action came a Day after hard headed arbitrary and without sympathy or compassion. In China i have seen japanese Ria and Abc had announced a soldiers stuff lighted Cigar ets into i program to transform no cd a Blue the nostrils of defenceless chinese network into a wholly owned who have offended them. Kicking Ria subsidiary the Blue network and slapping women shoving old company inc. The plan leaves by h. O. Thompson United press staff correspondent. Washington Jan. the japanese have spread a heritage of hate throughout the far East. By bombings of undefended towns by acts of terrorism in i men jn0 canals and laughing at Abc with a single broadcasting their feeble efforts to escape prac system formerly the red network timing Jujitsu on chinese coolies occupied districts by cruel exploitation of subjugated Peoples they have made themselves perhaps the most hated race on Earth. A foreign Diplomat in Tokyo after a particularly brutal demonstration of the japanese nature said to me in a sudden burst of anger ave tried for eight years to Mutual a action Wras based on Are parts of the japanese tech charges of anti Trust violations Nique in carrying their vaunted alleged in a government criminal a spirit of brotherly conquered regions. Love into action filed to Days ago against j the National broadcasting Corn Eine explanation of that behaviour Pany and the Columbia Broad has been that the chinese Are so i casting system. Columbia was not much More Clever than the Jap made anese that the latter realize their suit. A defendant in Mutual a marines on Wake Island. Malays second Day 240 Miles states army and will be Given a North of Singapore. A sandstorm physical examination at Gover at san Diego Calif. There they foundry where he lost weight plane our Navy is Superior to the these people and get along on sae procedure is terrorism a 1 and brute Force. Any contest of and mrs. Frank e. Sladky 1334 tax _. Almost every Young Man who Villa Street who was graduated arc by Muc in Widl them because that a my Job. Aided the Axis Retreat in Africa nor s Island at 9 a. In. Monday while the reds drove wedges into the German Retreat on the euro. A a ,. Pean front. Hints of a finnish doubt about that he wl11 be sent or special training or into the weight Outing apparatus. Accord with this hell blasting idea but Long years of service have taught us that naval operations Are not begun in such a Short space of time. If we All remain Calm if Louis passes his physical sex Are Given eight weeks of Basic rapidly and spent his evenings in ,. A lamination and there seemed no training and then sent to schools the Myca gym working on the. 1 win this War but also will be on Tai is peace were heard. Friday japanese dive bombers and tanks led the assault on Kuala Bumpur in Malaya while masses enemy troops obviously were monday Quot preparing for the philippine attack the decisive blow. Anglo american plane squadrons raided to Camp Upton wednesday to Start fighting zones. But it can to be done they simply wont let you a he had in mind the Case of Melville James Cox British newspaper correspondent who was killed in a plunge from a fourth j trouble with floor window after he had been j Formosa. When the country was attacked Persona a to enjoy the fruits crested by gendarmes and kept error in geography dismay 2 recruits Atlanta ga., Jan. Ion a the army recruiting office Here British sailors who had gotten into i told this Story today of two be intelligence invariably goes to the chinese. Helped unify China. In 1936 the japanese tortured the authorities in the result of the japanese pro service As a Buck private. Louis decided to Volunteer today vacancies exist in All branches of presented himself at the Marine after he received word from his Marine corps including Avia recruiting station but this time draft Board in Chicago to report Tion. Men who have radio Deri j failed in the color test. Still in for physical examination there Cal motor mechanics and truck j discouraged he reported at the and tractor driving experience Marine recruiting station again on especially Are wanted at this time j Jan. 3 after finding that the color every member of the Marine corps test had been reduced from too Groes who wanted the Job of a guarding the a Bama the pair bubbled with enthuse sergeants in charge said Many i by Japan on dec. 7, Francis again vibe no a the Batte for three Days in a cell which vocations has been to make them asm As they filled out enlistment Dempsey a too old Washington Jan. p a is a Volunteer the japs in Thailand and Malaya the War department told Jack per cent to 75 per cent and passed Are again furled. Senate vote approves farm bloc amendment resembled a dog Kennel. The Entrance to the cell was so Low that Cox had to get Down on his hands and Knees to enter. The japanese Are not a person Washington Jan. a Able race. They Are Small in stat the Senate today adopted 54 to i ure with Long torsos and Short 31, a combined farm bloc am and usually he was one ment to the pending Price con they Are bowed legs stubborn generally intensely hated from the amur j papers so a puzzled sergeant said River in the North to the Southern a you must mean the Burma Road. Requirements for enlistment Are with flying colors successfully. The chinese at Dempsey today that he was too that the applicant be of Good of the la Racine youths who left tool Bill which according to and superstitious and resentful tacked Canton. The siege of Len j old at 46 for the army since he character Able to pass a reason i Milwaukee at 8 p. In. Monday i ministration spokesmen would in-1 Mere fortunate people Ingrad and the Crimea was lifted had no prior military service. 1 Able physical Axall Attoa and far 8a& Diego and wilful has brought of most reaches of their expansion movement Japan a terrorism has reacted against them in Many ways. Of in Cipully it has served to unify China beyond All expectations and China an aroused know where that is a a yes sir. A Bama roads a tween Here and told the Burma Road was in China the two applicants retreated toward the door. Creata farm prims 25 per cent a boy told us if we was guarding giant into a state of Industrial the a Bama Road we could get in atom and cohesion never before into Birmingham every saturday when in authority they Are believed pm night one of them bulletin

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