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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - January 18, 1942, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday bulletin i of. 12, no. 36 Racine wis., sunday january 18, 1942. To pages the world last week condoned from United frets end Alao elated press dispatches from bunder. Jen. La. 1942. Through set Urey Jen. La 1942 japanese launch big scale assault unionist poll favors merger of Al and Cio believe referendum of rank and file would end duo setup by George Gallup director american Institute of Public opinion Princeton n. J., Jan. 17�? Many persons interested in the labor movement believe that the War offers an Opportunity to set by Friday one news dispatch tie one of labors greatest prob had referred to War in the far East Ems the bringing together of the theater As a the faltering but Unity Paul Freye Germany reminded the world last week that she was at War with the United states but even the sinking of three Allied ships close by the shores of North America could not Dent the cheerfulness Felt among the United nations As they read of successes of their forces. The russians had the nazis on the run on the Eastern european front the British were mopping up the Axis in North Africa the u. S. Navy had sunk a total of 24 japanese ships in the far East the australians had scored their first localized Victory in the Malayan Battle the chinese were chasing their hated enemies out of vital Yte Gions and killing a Good Many w it f them and the dutch were sending their planes roaring Over the East indies forces of the nip ponese. Halted drive of the the word a a faltering was cheerful in itself. A. F. Of l and the c. I. O. Into one organization to end the dual unionism which has split amerind. Can labor for six years. By saturday however some of. A obviously this is a problem which if it is to be solved at All must be solved by labor itself. To discover the Point of View of both the rank and file and the officials and leaders of the two big unions the american Institute of Public opinion has just completed a Spe the cheer turned to apprehension As a a news from Tokyo was received. Said the official broadcasts a we have broken the australian line 50 Miles Northwest of Singapore. The forces of Gen. Macarthur Are retreating in Force Down the Bataan Peninsula to escape to some who read Cial sure in which interviews the words of these broadcasts pre we quote coin1/ftfc? with App Rexi feared to wait for More official a Ely i�?T000 labor in on officials news from Allied Headquarters. The news As it happened sunday representing both the c. I. O. And a. F. Of l. In 82 Industrial centers from coast to coast and at the same time among a Cross Section of the rank and file of members a we Are determined to defend of both unions in these same 82 Singapore a declared Gen. Sir areas. Actress aboard missing Airliner Carole Lombard movie actress right and her Mother mrs. Elizabeth Peters left were aboard Twa transport plane which crashed near Las vegas nev., with 21 persons aboard. Photo was made several years ago at her wedding husband Clark Gable in Center. Republics hinge break with Axis to . Guarantee of defense Aid conclusions drawn. Out of this special Survey one of the most intensive studies of Union sentiment Ever made the Henry Pownal commander of the British forces. At the same time Tokyo claimed the capture of Kuala Bumpur rubber capital and second City of Malaya. Russia sought to trap 100,000 nazis at Moth ask 57 Miles West of Moscow. Britain said the Axis was. Lle a unions believe by an retreating so fast from aged Abia a. A a a searchers spot plane wreckage atop Mountain Gable forced to turn Back from hazardous climb Las vegas nev., Jan. 17. a broken hearted Clark Gable turned Back today from the Mountainside climb toward the wreckage of a transport plane carrying his actress wife Carole Lombard and 21 other persons leaving the search to an experienced Crew of indians soldiers and hard Rock miners. Searchers reported they were Able by the Aid of Strong Field glasses to see High on the Charleston Range what appeared to be charred air plane wreckage amid broken Pine Trees. Flew to scene. The location was that at which flames had been sighted Friday i night at the time the plane was believed to have crashed. Gable who flew to the scene to join the search after a sleepless night was forced to return to Las \ vegas because the party lacked horses enough for All the searchers. Gable had accompanied the party along a winding rutted dirt Road so far As automobiles could pass. Grief stricken his eyes ringed with anxiety and loss of sleep a Rio de Janeiro Jan. 17.�? j emergency conference of american Paraguay will do what Argen _ _ a a Complete break of the Ameri foreign ministers. Tina does. Peru was bargaining to be sought to walk on but was can nations with the Axis was it Argentina Chile and Peru were the Best advantage. Persuaded by friends to give up understood today to depend on the said to feel that concurrence in a there were 87 resolutions be the obstacle studded climb. Following important conclusions i ability of the United states to Resolution calling for a joint Sev a in conf in nce committees but. ,. ,1, the one calling for a total break guarantee a definite schedule of France of diplomatic relations with of the american nations with the emerge i. The leaders and the rank and passenger list. In North Africa that the Imperial troops keep up with them. W Japan massed More troops at min overwhelming majority that a merging of the c. I. O. And a. F. Of l. Would be desirable and beneficial but that labor itself should Ance. Danao Island southernmost of the. Philippines. Finland said it want let ate and carry through such a de peace but Only by Victory. Monday merger with the government making no attempt to Force it. 2. There is widespread feeling an artillery Battle preparatory amon8 both unions that the top to full scale attack opened up in ran leaders Are alone responsible Luzon. American planes Aid the or keeping the unions apart and dutch in bombing five japanese Bat a merger would be effected War vessels. The dutch however immediately if the Issue were put relinquished Tarakan an Oil Rich a referendum vote among the Island East of Borneo. Secretary rank and file of members of the of Navy Knox said his Fleet was two unions. That is the principal not Idle was prepared and at the method by which Union members same time it was revealed that and officers polled in the Survey Admiral Thomas Hart commander would go about bringing the two of the entire Allied sea forces in unions together the Southwest Pacific had arrived 3. William Green of the a. F. In the dutch East indies by sub of l. And Philip Murray of the from Manila. Britain and the u. C. I. O. Receive the most mentions s. Renewed efforts to obtain land in the Survey As the Best Man to j Las vegas nev., Jan. 17�? defense and economic Aid to a Germany Italy and Japan would Axis was of transcendent import in following is a revised list of passengers aboard the Airliner which crashed near Here last night Corporal m. B. Affine air corps Philadelphia. Second Lieut. James c. Barham air corps Long Beach Calif. Second Lieut. Hal. E. Brown jr., air corps Long Beach. Sergeant a. M. Belejchak air corps Braddock a. Sergeant Frederick p. Cook Gentina Chile and Paraguay at the amount to a declaration of War i and the Axis might immediately undertake reprisals. As one prominent South Amer ican military figure put it a we i first want to know How and when we Are going to get weapons to defend ourselves before we embark on such a dangerous Sumner Welles United states nazi marshal Dies of stroke army a men probe spying Berlin Jan. 17. A official undersecretary of state and head Chicago Jan. 17�? a a Crew of Airliner stewardess Alice Getz and capt. Wayne Williams Pilot members of Crew on Twa plane which crashed near Las vegas Nevada. Plan boosts wage benefits broadcast recorded by apr Field marshal Gen. Walter von Reich carefully selected and specially j air corps Reidsville n. C. Was believed to be communicating eau has died of apoplexy it was with Washington about what Mili announced officially today. He was trained corps of a military a men first Lieut. Robert e. Crouch Malaya defense pierced says Axis broadcast allies driven Back for last ditch fight at Singapore claim by Joe Alex Morris United press foreign news editor Allied armed forces in the Philippines and Malaya fought furiously against japanese offensives today but Axis broadcasts claimed that troops were being driven Back to a last ditch defense of Singapore a late Tokyo report broadcast by the Berlin radio a which frequently has inaccurately reported japanese gains a said the japanese had pushed deep into Johore state reaching the Batu Phat sector about 50 Miles from Singapore. If the nazi report should prove accurate it would mean a serious break through of the British defences in Malaya where the australians had been reported fighting off repeated heavy attacks. A stubborn resistance. On the rugged Philippines fighting front the japanese began their Long expected big scale attack against the right flank of american and filipino forces defending the Bataan Peninsula but met a a stubborn resistance by the out numbered troops under Gen. Douglas Macarthur. Japanese air planes and artillery supported the drive which was aimed along the main coastal Road Down the shores of Manila Bay toward the Island fortress of Corregidor. In Malaya the British land and air forces sparked by australian troops shattered Waves of japanese attackers but the enemy forced his Way across the important Muar River and established a Bridgehead which the Allied troops were attempting to destroy while their bombers hammered at Long columns of japanese reinforcements. Hand to hand fighting accurate artillery fire and frequent counter charges were breaking up most 57 years old. Von Reichenau who directed the German army a drive through Washington Jan. 17.�?�? president Roosevelt and Cong res a a a it he a re a a a Lair corps Long Beach. Si0nal leaders reached an Abree a of the Jap be attacks Quot with y a do eluding destroyers for has been organized to investigate Frederick j Dittman air corps j ment today on proposed Legisla heavy casualties but the enemy espionage rank undetermined Long Beach j Tion to provide an appropriation continued to pour men and machines into the offensive and the break through of the Muar River line was regarded As serious. The British apparently hoped to make their strongest stand in Convoy duty he could Promise. Subversive activities Argentine foreign minister in sabotage and disloyalty in the sixth second Lieut. K. T. Donahue of Between $450,000,000 and $600, i que Biz Guinazu Sal in would corps area it Gen. m Cummins,1 air corps. Long Beach. 000,000 to take care of an Esti Northern France was promoted to ohm no a so ution to the con commanding officer it do dosed to mrs. Clark Gable Carole Lorn mated 4,000.000 men expected to be the rank of Field marshal general ii Encey oui is Lerm for joining at the conclusion of that Campaign the United american front were Day at the Start of the War in september 1939, he held the rank of and sea bases in Ireland. Moscow head the combined organization if colonel general and was command reported that the German Winter the two unions did get together defense line had been pierced and John l. Lewis the founder and that 157 settlements had been recaptured in three Days. Turn to Page 2, column 4 or in chief of an army on the Southern front of Poland. It was von Reichenau who conducted the negotiations which re known to be similar to Chile a. Chile reveals needs. Chile for a fall facilities compatible with the state of Active no belligerency a wants ships guns a speeding of Pri officers and enlisted men in the bar Hollywood. Lois Hamilton Detroit. First Lieut. Robert f. Nygren counter intelligence corps general air corps Dunbar a. Cummins said have been carefully sergeant Edgar a. Nygren air selected on the basis of their de corps brother of it. Nygren cation and professional expert Dunbar a. Ence. Thrown out of work temporarily while Industrial plants Are converted to War production. Senator Barkley of Kentucky Senate majority Leader said after a White House conference that the plan called for unemployment second Lieut. Charles d. Nelson compensation benefits equal to 60 per cent of Normal wages but not the zone along the Muar on the West coast of Malaya about too Miles North of Singapore and the Bendau River which is in the same area on the East coast. The two Rivers offered a formidable Barrier to enemy tanks except tuesday a 24-hour artillery Battle in Luzon ended with la japanese batteries 40 to 50 guns smashed by Macarthur big weapons and with the enemy driven Back because of smashed armoured col a urns. Allied air help arrived to the 35 000 members of 427 Amer legion vows defense Aid Milwaukee Jan. 17.�?oi.ri�? to exceed s24 a week with the fed i Central Johore. Tate where eral government making up the a Hje. 15 a map Haj the japanese difference where men Are now and bean expected a s no Ltd receiving state unemployment Aid. I apparent a forced the he said the president would f general Cummins said the army Ajr corps. Long Beach. Suited in the surrender of the crities for expansion of her Dock investigators recently had in mrs Elizabeth k. Peters mrs. Belgian army. Facilities electrification railroads i covered a an organization of sub Gables Mother Hollywood. During the first world War. Von. Pn1arjypmpnt of. aversive individuals whose connect second Lieut. Stuart l. Swen Reichenau served with the general enlargement in air comes lion with enemy activities was not son air corps. Long Beach staff and came out of the War a and reportedly a $120,000,000 previously j private Martin w. Tellkamp major. By successive promotions \ong7ter� Oan for a Ddll act a and the Case was solved he said by air corps Lamoille 111. Communicate with Congress Rob i a he attained the rank of major direct defense projects Bene the comparative analysis of the sergeant David Tilghman air a v by letter Early next week on River defense Ine general in 1934, at which time he fits from the seizure of 350,000 handwriting of unidentified per corps Snow Hill my. The subject and that a Bill Dio thy succeed the country a a a a t. Was mentioned As a possible sue on tax a shipping in South sons who had addressed letters private Nicholas Varsamine air Viding both the authorization and two Rivers is less easy help the dutch bomb Jap invaders can posts in Wisconsin Cessor t0 Gen Werner von Blom american Waters abandonment of and notes of highly inflammatory corps Bronx n. Y. The appropriation would be whip defend and London experts sex of Tarakan and celebes. Singa today were entrusted with organi Berg As minister of defense. United states War plants such and insulting nature a to persons Otto Winkler movie press agent Ped shape some time purim pres do for at the benders pore was bombed Day and night cation and preliminary training of a As those for producing nitrogen in Hollywood. The week it win Rigin the in the uld be forced blk to a siege of but the main Battle was 150 Miles a Wisconsin air raid warning a that would hinder latin Ameri general Cummins did not Dis j Crew members House appropriations committee Singapore North in Malaya. It was reported seem _ president requests can exports after the War and a close in which of the nations nine Pilot Wayne c. Williams rese t a i r hemispheric monetary system corps areas the disclosures were a Calif training course. President requests 11 billion for Navy Washington Jan. 17. a that Adolf Hitler had fled from chairman Ralph s. Kingsley of his Headquarters at Smolensk to the state defense Council an safer ground in Southern Russia bounced that the legion was As a recruiting Campaign in Germany signed this task since it is devoted president Roosevelt today asked was hinted and it was thought that to patriotic purposes and has a Congress for an additional is 1,-Hitler was seeking to replace 25 membership with a background of 000.000,000 for the Navy the Bud Field marshals and generals after military training. It was estimated get Bureau disclosed. A drastic army Stock that 20,000 volunteers would be the Bureau gave no details Oxholm said that Field marshal Fedor needed to establish the warning cent that $7,000,000,000 would be based on Gold. Made. Japs claim advances. Tokyo Jan. 17. A official Churchill relaxed in Florida before leaving for England von Bock was under a House a system rest ments for the fiscal year 1943. This would _ a j _ _. Washington Jan. 17.�? t in ton reporters and reporters near Berlin. The govern a Legionnaire will be in charge be in addition to the a 932.000.000 one of prime minister Winston applauded vigorously when he of eight Axis occupied coun in each of the states 71 counties or. Roosevelt requested in the ,�?zhi1l�?T. In a Foro in a it in a tries pledged death to the a quit subject to the supervision and i budget which he submitted to ,1�&Quot Suhs London the government news Lings who helped the nazis. A j Section of the u. S. Army sixth i Congress Jan. 7. Ing the United states was to spend the room could get a better look a few Days vacationing in Florida at him co Pilot Morgan a. Gillette los Nele requirements for the broadcasts recorded by United Angeles. $24 a week benefits Barkley said press at san Francisco new York hostess Alice f. Getz Glendale i will be that those men displaced and London a japanese press Dis Calif. By conversion of peacetime plants patches today claimed a import take a training course in some i anti successes in the Philippines new skill to prepare them for new 1 and Malaya jobs upon completion of Plant re j one dispatch from Luzon said tooling. Japanese army units had broken the Benefit plan is expected to through the a second defense lines be Only temporary Barkley Esti of Gen. Douglas Macarthur debating that retooling would take fending forces on the Bataan pen a four or five months. Federal be insula and rapidly were compleat j paper Izvestia said today that the purity administrator Paul v. My i my a a encirclement of u. S. And Quot. Command reds report collapse of Axis karelian line Moscow. Jar. 17.�? official broadcast recorded by up in Large Allied ship was sunk off the corps area it and state and county the other $4,000,000,000 of the a it possible Quot it reveal today Quot after one of the highlights of his it Ferma Fly Nib his Nutt said he did not believe con-1 filipino forces coast of Nova . The Britts defense councils. The army will request is to supplement $6 000, in England. Was an address before a plans a for w Quot Ould require More than took Solum on Ute egyptian order take Over final training and As 000,000 already appropriated for Churchill returned from his joint session and struck at Alfaya hell fires gement of the volunteers. The current fiscal year which ends. Canada on Jan i on Senate pass last Axis pocket in that re the warning system will be june 30. The $11,000,000,000 Funda barter inned in the Cere bion. Designed to keep state and army worm Brin to approximately Quot a less funding the signing of wednesday j in my u j Ric a in on the Malayan front the Jap of the House and a Noso men on the petrol Godsk six months but he thought it anese Presa said japanese invade 500,000 men on the Feroza Vlask would be much Shorter i sector alone. Ann0unced roughly earlier in authorities apprised of the a $24,000 000,000 the total made the United nations pact. Re left the White Washington Jan. 17�? a Ald Kanda Aksak have become help for Burma arrived in ran proach of enemy or unidentified a mailable to the Navy for the fiscal a most immediately after that for formed of Winston Churchill a Safe their fit a cub Goon and an attack on Jap occur air Craft. Wardens will be As years 1942 and 1943, to Speed the f oujda and did n0. Return to arrival in to Quot Don that Quot Al Quot a pied Thailand appeared in pros signed to help police fire and civil two Ocean Fleet to completion and Washington until sunday. The British prime ministers visit t. A urn ohm of the pet Macarthur men repelled authorities during and after any expand and augment existing a his movements while he was Here had Bruz a a one third of the two More japanese attacks in a raid. I Wilities. 1 1 Yuul Taan and it was released that american warplanes were aiding ers had killed half of an australian Force of 1,000 and captured Batu Anam important High additional benefits to workers a1 i Way pm int in the Peninsula North a week the plan would provide Shl re swirl if. Go Gantic Avey Riff a the ready receiving unemployment i of Singapore. Compensation for a maximum of the dutch. Two Jap lighters were stevenstoi/wu7 Jan. 17. A of bums sunk. Major defense lines in May a the Wisconsin department Newborn 50h jul Vives Laya were being prepared 90 Miles of the american legion in mid Seattle Jan. 17�?<i4v mrs. Presidential nominee that Day. North of Singapore. Gen. Sir Winter conference Bere today Kasper Peter Mellang 26, died of the British prime minister a Roosevelt expressed himself As Archibald Wavell commander of pledged its support to civilian de bums today without knowing that Rived in the United states on dec. Delighted that Churchill had .1 to a j i i i ,.a come a finnish army was lost in occupy in the United states were re plete understanding of joint plan ing some districts of the Karmelo Garden As a military secret. Ning for present and for future i finnish it Churchill was Here at least until military and naval operations _ tuesday for he talked with Wen among enemies of the Axis Dell Willkie the 1940 Republican through White House Secretary Stephen t. Early president Auto dealers warned of strict sales ban Milwaukee Jan. 17.�? w i 26 weeks. Other unemployed men car paces with Stork would of recompensed at the rate in. A la tar of 60 per cent of their previous uurin9 to lockout lest average weekly earnings. The Waukegan 111., Jan. 17.�? i compensation in All cases could a Robert Carlson wondered today not exceeds s24 a week Over a How he lived through Friday period of 26 weeks. M _ last rites planned All the Allied forces in the far Fence and the executive committee she had Given caesarean birth to 22 with As much secrecy As sur reached London safely and per Don t. Allen state tire rationing for Turkey Gehrke East arrived in the Duth last in fortified this pledge with a $1,500 a son a few hours after her Hus rounded his departure for eng fitted the disclosure of certain administrator advised automobile water them w t Dies to direct his Campaign. A appropriation to promote the de band had carried her from their land. It was not revealed that of the prime ministers movements dealers Friday that he had re-1 a is a an 17. Pincers movement apparently lense program. Blazing Home in White Center a he was going to visit the United during the More than three weeks Cei Ved instructions from washing a funeral services will be held copied from the invasion Book of the legion has been assigned South Side suburb. Mrs. Mellang states until he actually was in he was in America. Ton for strict enforcement of the Jan. 19 for Arthur e. Turkey the nazis was being closed by the the task of organizing and giving also was unaware that her Hus Side the White House. So secret were the arrangements Jan. I ban on Sale of 1942 Model j Gehrke. 59, whose habit of sleeping police and defense wardens Stop re amp sians on the retreading Ger preliminary training to Wisconsin a band 38, and their 22 year old at or. Roosevelt s press con for Churchill a return Early said automobiles prior to the feb. 2 through the Winter attracted in Ped his automobile for ignoring mans. Secretary Knox warned that air raid volunteers. Son James Henry died of Burns Ference on dec. 23 Churchill that president Roosevelt himself hitlers War machine trophies were awarded Cumber Hospital attendants said the new stole the show. He proved him a had no idea when Churchill left Best in the world and described land Lake Mills and Loyal As Bora infant had a Good Chance to self in the presidents class at Washington where he was going nights Lake county practice blackout without blacking out some defense wardens eyes he and his wife Marie started from their Home at Grayslake 20 Miles away for Waukegan when the arrival of the Stork appeared imminent seventeen times along the Way to to Page 3, column 5 winners in a membership contest survive. Replying to the questions of Wash-1 installation of a rationing sys ter National attention. Services will tem. The ban also applied to in be conducted at 2 p. In. At the delivered cars bought and paid for i Nowack funeral Home. Burial will prior to Jan. I according to Allen. A be in Oak Hiu cemetery. The lights out order. The car sons however won the race to the Hospital the exasperated husband in tears

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