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25 Jan 1942

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25 Jan 1942

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - January 25, 1942, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday bulletin vol 12, be. 37 Racine wis., sunday january 25,1942. 8 pages the world last week cond tilted Frow att Ria ted frees a by United press dispatches from Bandar. Jan. Is let threat saturday Jan. 84, ims i. By Paul Freye the japanese apparently emboldened by their successes since dec. 7, have extended the sphere i of their War operations in the Southwest Pacific and caused much consternation in Australia and the United nations last motorists plan to Cut driving poll indicates 20-25% of total Miles driven May be eliminated by George Gallup among week. Director american Institute of Public opinion. Princeton n. J., Jan. 24, by week s end the a approximately one half of the heard of Jap sea air and an. <c-�20 million families owning Auto Tivi ties in these spots. Mobiles in the United states have i. In the Phi ppe already made plans to Cut Down on 2 in Burma 2,000 Miles South their West of Manila. Rati Nina 3. In Malaya near Singapore go i shout 1.000 Miles South of Burma. Of toss who a j a Ade 4. In the islands of new Britain it ans the average reduction which and Kieta 3,500 to 4,000 Miles East Hay say in tend a a Ai a of sin adore Little More than two fifths of the v 5. In the entire dutch East in ormer mileage. This does not Dies within the area of the de mean a reduction to that extent scribed Triangle. Among All car owners but Only besides that the nip ponese were among those who have made plans in Possession of Wake Midway to reduce driving. The fact that and Guam islands sprinkled one half of the car owners plan through the Pacific and it was to effect such a Cut in mileage highly probable that they were would mean that about 20 to 25 lurking around the hawaiian is per cent of the total Miles driven United nations cheer series successes bomb digs pit for bus this unusual View of a bus nosed into a bomb Crater on a Lon Stepmother to face trial in Ashland charged with cruel maltreatment of two children Maryville mo., Jan. 24.�? a mrs. Leona Butler left late australians Speed Home mobilization London Jan. 24.�? a the British admiralty announced tonight that British warships had intercepted and Cap tured the 8,000-ton italian vessel Duchess do Costa. By Roger d. Greene firmed that the japanese had invaded Rabaul on new Britain Island in a drive toward Australia. Eleven enemy transports indicating Many thousands of japanese troops As Well As cruisers aircraft carriers and fleets of air planes participated in the Landing australian gunners smashed a at Rabaul according to govern column of japanese tanks and ment advices which did not Defi troops in the Malayan Jungles 67 j nicely mention any resistance. Lands. in the country would be eliminated Don Street was made after one of last years heavy night air raids Friday with sheriff Julius Sher against those activities the Al if the motoring Public actually but the picture was just released for publication. It was sent by radio Finske of Ashland wis., to face lies were putting up the Best of carries out its present plans desperate fights. Planes were knocking off Jap Aerial attackers of Rangoon Burma the dutch sea j a a a la a and air Power was �?o8 considerably fewer in defense of the Oil tin and rubber in the indies Macarthur men were fighting valiantly to. Hang on to the last philippine out accidents and undoubtedly a report and the British and austra Vulval of the lost american Art of Lian imperials were striving to walking from London to new York. Revival of walking. A reduction of this extent if it mean cars on the highways less business for service stations fewer automobile Aid society seeks Homes for orphaned children for trial on charges of a cruelly Malta eating her two step children. I mrs. Butler was also accompanied by her attorney Ellis Cook a half brother Charles Bare of Maryville. Authorities at Ashland had sought for several months to have mrs. Butler returned to face trial. Recently gov. Forrest Donnell of limited funds. A funds for child care Are so judge permitted her to take an Appeal. Miles North of Singapore today dutch bombers blasted a japanese invasion flotilla off Borneo and to Cap a Day of United nations victories u. S. And British fighters wiped out seven twin engined japanese bombers in a wild dogfight Over Rangoon Burma. While cheering thousands watched the sky Battle the american and British fliers also shot Down four japanese fighter planes bringing the Fate of the Garrison at Rabaul from which civilians had been evacuated by air was in brazilian tells of Axis threats during Parley Welles praises Vargas for role in negotiations Rio de Janeiro Jan. 24�? a pan America began breaking diplomatic relations with the Axis known but earlier reports had said today As brazilian foreign min they were believed to be fighting ister Oswaldo Aranha disclosed Inland in the Hills. About 75 per cent of the Home defense forces were said to be mobilized by tonight after the War Cabinet had sent a second urgent Appeal to the United states and Britain to Rush Aerial and the combined Raf Yankee score naval reinforcements As the Only to 32 enemy planes destroyed in two Days. Pour shells on japs. In the critical Battle for Singapore front line dispatches said Nan imperials War Emu in win a i a decrease of 48 per cent in offer the Only Opportunity Lur Yot. Protect Singapore and the Burma. The motors plans for reduc-1 he number of of Soj Home a Many of these Felsh their a noun a a need there a a on Road. No my age Are revealed in the plications this past year is Caus High school courses. Was de Ayed Quot Ben a circuit a in latest of a 8eis of american in no real treat a work of Here show the news was heard statute of Public opinion surveys the children said society with by the world last week from coast to coast on the tire homeless and orphaned children a a pionlnv0drjthasil�?osdof Cordin to miss Margaret explain a Ziha t he that the would a Quot Vuin to Falevi Al. A Nese Root in it attempting to been made at the Gnomon Quot and american and defend p 1c brought to High ? 6 of i a Ney available for Board must she expected to arrive at Ashland ers battled a Jap attack on their Issue Ana Nas drug no 10 Agni the state wide child welfare or however today her attorney said australian artillerymen poured a method of turning Back the japanese. Official sources said japanese How Germany Italy and Japan vainly attempted to influence the conference of foreign ministers. Peru was the first to break relations under a Resolution unanimously adopted by the conference but Brazil announced that its government had a practically broken off relations and would make the action formal Early in february. It was also reported forces on new Britain were in however that president Getulio position to bomb Queensland and j Vargas May summon a Cabinet if the infiltration continued in the limited a the children s Aid so her Appeal had been dismissed and i deadly torrent of shells into a a surrounding islands landings have right flank on the Bataan Penin in rep rat published during the a animation. Sula. A u. S. Sub Sank three in past Days these facts i a for More than a half Century a Emy merchant ships off Tokyo ability of the car own miss Murray said a the society Advance Down the main Highway North of Yong Peng 67 Miles the most part. This Means that mrs. Butler was married about i unless we can find Homes where a year and a half ago to Harry major Vic or Gordon Bennett it be used for younger children for sunday night. Probably on new Guinea the enemy would have Good airfields to command the sea lanes North of Australia. The Gravity of the threat to the japanese tried to obtain a in Public to absorb the Shock of has Brid to the belief that for our a a Girs and boys a Butler of Morse City. Ashland a an commander also re a a foothold South of the Muar River drastically curtailed Auto driving a Normal child a Foster Home is a e a �gra�., or a so s .ge<p0r, Bat an a a aussie Force 1 prime minister to non re or in and in Malaya 90 Miles North of sins a Grater than has probably the Best substitute for his own meeting today to consider a decree for the rupture of relations. Letters from envoys. Aranha in an official statement said that last wednesday in the midst of a deadlock Over the Resolution calling for a diplomatic break he received personal letters helping them is galore but were harried continue been expected in Washington. Home. Apparently the changing go Fly .hav0 or own to step children with a stick and by japanese ally by the Raf. Russian Para More than one half of All car j conditions which National defense 1 and useful Young with starving them i cd Utiss were reported dropping owners interviewed said it would and War have brought about have i. Which the h a a bad5 a i behind the germans at mosh ask not make any great difference to made fewer families willing or. Quot hich the it Hae had in work and returned to Larry Vrigie to have j 57 Miles West of Moscow. The j them if they could not drive their Abie to accept one of our children Homes there 18 one 8, who with her Mother. With violently striking her two trapped on the Maayan West coast other cab net ministers but they i a us j tvs kit or of a a a is also reiterated that a desperate Landing behind their backs had is prime minister John Curtin and rom Ciemian italian and Jap 57 Miles West of Moscow. The them if they could not drive their Abie to accept one of our children Homes there is one girl who with her hither. Mediterranean sea base of Malta j cars at All. In their 1s 1�?�0w a m f fca�i1 Tsi n British Rongholt was bombed 2. Nearly one half of All Ameri in the Racine District the great College hear of Muc. A husband sentenced again. Can workers 45 per cent nor est loss has been in the number i a in. A scn0 i and j Ashland wis., Jan. 24.�? monday. Mally get to and from work by of Homes where girls of High a cd leg train my a quote a mrs. Leona Butler Maryville australian troops were rushed Auto but the great majority of school age can get room and Tho arraigned in Ashland to the Aid of the British in the Muar these say they could get to work Board in return for certain House xt.,1____ j municipal court Jan. 26 on a River Battle to Stop the Jap on by some other Means if necessary hold tasks which can be done Rush. Tokyo said the fight had 3. The Public accepts the Neces after school hours. Such Homes reached the tip of the Malayan sity for rubber rationing without Peninsula and it was admitted that questions in contrast to the mixed a last stand defense of Singapore reception which the gasoline was in the cards. Macarthur j a a shortage of last summer retold of a Lull in philippine Cei Ved. Operations. Britain arrested a most car owners fully expect saw the Premier of Burma tire rationing to continue either presumably because of a threat to from 2 to 5 years More or for the deliver the country to the japs duration of the War. An enemy sub torpedoed an Allied reduction plans Tanker off the North Carolina i coast. The German radio reported i a today Survey a Cross Sec Roberts files probe report old a miss Murray said. The work Homes in which wards j of the children said society Are placed Are All carefully investigated. Families Are chosen who will take an interest in the children and of course the work must not be too difficult. High school girls however can be useful in taking care of smaller children and helping with the Kitchen work miss Murray Point Washington Jan. 24.�? pm de out. At the present time the local that the Axis nations had signed Tion of the car owning Public was u report on the japanese Branch of the society has several a military convention for a new asked a series of questions dealing surpre attack on Pearl Harbor go res for whom work Homes must move consisting of a operations of with their motoring habits and in dec 7� fax eng responsibility and be found at once great striking Power which will be tent ions As follows of outstanding Mal a about How Many Miles does to. Turkey Spain and Libya were your car go a month a feared objects of Axis attack. Rus it average 750 Miles Fia started a Northern Pinch of the have you made any plans to naming names was submitted to president Roosevelt today these Are emergency situations. There is by one girl who has been living with charge of cruel mistreatment of two step children Lillian Butler to and her brother William 8, according to dist. Atty. C. V. Olson. Harry Butler a teamster and world War Veteran who became acquainted with the Missouri Divorcee through a lonely hearts advertisement and married her 17 months ago is under sentence to serve i to 2 years in state prison on a charge of failing to support the children since his parental rights were terminated last october. Ashland juvenile authorities provided a new Home for the youngsters. Cape a to rejoin the main austra Force. Against these successes the situation in the Philippines appeared to be rapidly deteriorating. Confirm invasion. Melbourne Australia Jan. 24.�? a the government tonight seeded mobilization of All Home defense forces to full fighting strength As official dispatches con associate Justice Owen j. Rob a Fanny that is moving out of erts head of the investigating town since the husbands pm commission. Ploy ment has been changed due germans in a drive across the ice f if i the 51"pa document with its to the defense program germans in a ame across Ine ice Cut Down the number of Miles you finding of facts and conclusions a j Prog. Of Lake Ladoga near Leningrad. Hripp a a 7,Ai a conclusions families who Are interested in was to be released tonight in full j providing care for children May Justice Roberts spent nearly be touch with miss Margarette two hours with president Roos Emurray at the children said Soblit today going through the Docu piety office 1519 Washington ment line by line. Avenue. The society is a member summarizes facts. of the Racine Community Chest. He told reporters afterwards that Germany said that Feodosiya in the Crimea had been retaken. Tuesday. American bombers Sank a japanese Cruiser and set fire to a Tanker off Jolo in the South Phil drive have made plans to Cut Down mileage .53% have not .46 not using car at present i those who said they were plan escapes Gestapo new York Jan. 24.�? asunder cloak of darkness feb. I 1940, a 21-year-old norwegian engineering student fled from Oslo to escape the Gestapo. Friday War secrecy Navy weapon by Sandor s. Klein United press staff correspondent. Washington Jan. 24.�? a a the Navy by rerouting ships and destroying or capturing German submarines was a taking care of Battle would be waged from every Village and pilots report landings. Anese ambassadors. The letters said that in View of the fact that their countries relations were Friendly for so Many years and because o fee conference they earnestly a a Hope that nothing australian air reconnaissance win be done by Brazil a to disturb pilots reported the enemy landings Tofte at Rabaul which had been Cut Aranha also informed the am off from direct communication j Bassadore that brazils position since thursday. Was Clear before their letters had it was suggested unofficially been received. T that japanese paratroops had aided in the invasion but the big guns of the enemy Fleet made it difficult if not impossible for the Uruguay Bolivia and Paraguay said that similar action was being taken immediately and it appeared that Only Argentina and Chile Small australian Garrison to put j might delay until after forthcoming elections in those countries. Both Argentina and Chile however have joined in the Resolution calling for a diplomatic break within constitutional limitations. Implement break. Meanwhile the conference committees completed the arrangements for rupture with the Axis by approving unanimously a Resolution for an economic and Finan. ister Forde said. A i believe the along the i australian people Are prepared for Strong action. They will get Atlantic coast today. More than 48 hours has passed since the last Navy announcement of a shipping loss. While that does not mean that there have been no attacks it is a distinct improve a wines. It was u. S. Sea Victory Quot t0 but a re asked no 40 including 29 by the Navy How much d0 you plan 10 Cut it contained a letter saying what cd Llu by the army. Meanwhile Down on your car mileage a list in the norwegian air corps. A fourth Allied ship was attacked off the East coast of the United states. Japan pressed hard along the entire Malayan front 60 Miles from Singapore and used Sta average�?45% of former mileage Speed curbs favored the commission had covered specific findings of facts a summary of the important facts and the conclusions. He said each of the five members of the commission in order to conserve on both had signed the report. Borne troops to Cut behind the gasoline and rubber motorists in Stephen Early presidential coast lines f the imperials. In evw7 of the 48 states have Secretary said the report would Emy bombers hit at Rabaul on the been officially warned to drive less be mimeographed promptly and australian Island of new Britain Jand drive slower. Released tonight. Prime minister Churchill voiced Connecticut Massachusetts and he had said earlier it would Confidence in the far Eastern j Arkansas and other states have be submitted first to the director stand against the jap6. Cossacks j taken emergency action reducing of censorship Byron Price for were helping in the russian drive j their driving Speed limits to Miles deletion of any matter that might on the flanks of Moth ask which an Bour or More. Be of value to the enemy. How was reported determine the extent to which Ever he declared that it had been wednesday. Turn to Page cot 5. Decided to turn the report out president Roosevelt revealed 1 to the Public a completely and in to front Quot of to world coun i topped i asked whether there would be tire shortage to effect Home life on the farm ment Over a few Days ago when 30,000 Miles and nearly two years i reports of attacks were being is with Allied fighters and bombers later he strolled into the inter j sue almost daily. smashed an enemy concentration Allied information Center to in i vessels were sunk or dam j of 400 transport planes in Libya aged in the week before the pres 1 the australian radio claimed today ent Lull. In a broadcast picked up by lbs. A Navy spokesman late Friday the action took place a during confirmed that a some of the recent visitors to our territorial Waters will never enjoy the return trip portion of their a one Way traffic. By Donald Macmurray calling the homemaker will have there Are going to be some to learn All Over again making changes made Down on the farm borne baked bread is a Fine Art and it will take much practice by up any serious resistance. It was believed the defenders had fallen Back into the Jungle and the Hills to fight in guerilla fashion. Australian mobilization applies to the militia a compulsory defense Force and to certain Home garrisons. All units will be placed on a War footing immediately. A in these times the nations safety is Paramount a the War min Cial break thereby implementing the diplomatic break. Argentina entered reservation refusing to Black list any Argentine operated firms but it was believed that final approval would be Given to the Resolution by the entire conference in formal session on monday. Brazils preparations to publish the Axis threats that approval of the Resolution would mean War disclosed that president Getulio Vargas had been angered by the threats to a Point where he almost the week a the announcer said in a broke relations last sunday review of australian air activity. An australian Squadron of kit to Hawk fighters in Libya he add Success in Libya. San Francisco Jan. 24.�? up australian planes co operating Harvard Lampoon a the Good old practices of Home baking Home Canning of vegetables fruits and meat once considered a a a must for the farm girl who was going to set up housekeeping May not Only become the patriotic thing to do itt nay become a necessity. In recent years the Farmers wife has enjoyed the shopping privileges of the City a Cousin. The recently married and a great Deal of patience on the part of the husband. Plenty of seeds. The restriction on tires May Well Aid the Home town merchant for without the family automobile Many will find it impossible to travel Long distances to Trade at larger cities. Shopping expeditions to Milwaukee and Chicago de now holds the record bag of a the percentage of one Way enemy aircraft shot Down by an i in a 10 a Orst traffic is increasing while that of j single air Force unit in the Middle two Way traffic is satisfactorily East. On the decline a he said. Threat note sent to movie actress Salt Lake City Jan. 24. a a 17-year-old High school ians alone students note demanding $2,000 from beauteous Brunet film actress Linda Darnell threatened to a kill your Mother and brother and Sisters a Federal Bureau of investigation agents said today. Oren a according to a department of air statement the total score of enemy planes destroyed is now approaching 300.�?� the reference Here was to films of year Cambridge mass., Jan. 24.�? or a the Harvard Lampoon Campus humor Magazine singled. I out six movie stars for sizzling �ia"es., by the austra criticism today in publishing its w Vav by Mui los i we Tui a. Wow p i a a a i in Cuvir coca it vile Vii Vuu Iii. A vow in aim a i ii Agu ter attacks by general Macar \ Frostl Wlson Sefl 5 Quot any immediate action on the basis regular deliveries of bread cakes will be More of an inconvenience thurs troops regained some of the Madison Jan. 24 Pil. It a Coffee extracts meats and a full than it was with the family Auto a freshman at Salt Bataan defensive lines and in j Charles Epperson Quot senior Quot Forward overrun of f0?"5 and canned g.�?.ds i filipino guerillas hit at an enemy a cd cd a a blk Bau quatto my St of Dext we Lake City High school was seized filleted heavy losses on the japs. Was dr0nned from the pm univ ervits her Kend and probably Are made by truck to most of the anticipating an increased de and charged with violation of the 0 upped a the unvers to of farm Homes in the Rural areas of Mand for Garden seeds for larger a juvenile delinquency act Ai drome behind the lines. Heavy for not adhering to training japanese Aerial blows on a Broad in Hawaii 20 Days. To Justice department issues sugar warning Washington Jan. 24.�? the Justice department warned retail merchants against Tho practice of some grocers of ing in the years Racine county and state Are theses gardens on the farms and by per he said the president had told trucks Are operated by retail sons living in the City who have Southwest Pacific front hinted at i Epperson and three other youths Roberts that he consid i salesmen Selling door to door and some land the agricultural sex a possible invasion of Australia. Were taken into custody by police ered a my St a painstaking and As such Are not eligible for new tension division of the University Allied warships pounded at the Jast no get and charged with Gam most thorough investigation and tires under the present tire a of Wisconsin has issued a state japs along the coast of Malaya bling. All four forfeited bail of toning provisions imposed by the ment that there is Little likelihood Russia captured Moth ask and re gig each sup Mjor court today. Commission was in Hawaii government. When the tires used of Wisconsin gardeners having ported 300.000 germans killed p0bce said Epperson Frank 20 Days from dec. 22 to Jan. To by these salesmen Wear out and any trouble getting seed for the requiring Consumers to Purchase after Fri agents said he admitted i a designated amount of groceries writing the alleged extortion letter j in order to obtain a limited amount of sugar. Officials said that the anti Trust ing since dec. 6. Sandstorms in Africa hindered the Battle in Libya. The British were guarding their Wand against a typhus epidemic j in Europe. Thursday Kamm Lowell Paige and Harold j Beld hearings Early said from can no longer be recapped the Spring plantings. American Gar h. Menzel were playing cards in a in to dusk except for two Sim Many housewives May have to go diners were dependent upon for rooms above a state Street res ays and two holidays. The other members of the com athletic director Harry a. Mission which now goes out of Stuhldreher and coach Harold existence were major general Macarthur said he was fighting Foster announced Epperson a Dis j Frank Mccoy brigadier general an entire japanese army in the Missal. He had alternated at a Joseph p. Mcnamee and and Philippines from 200.000 to 300, Forward position this season. Up morals William h. Standley and Hie the envy of every City Resi 000 men and his tiring troops persons Home is in Jackson Mich. Joseph m. Reeves. All tout my Dent for others especially those were being subjected to repeated he is enrolled in the physical de i Namey an Active air corps of j that set up housekeeping since the Tara to Page 2, cat i i cation department 1 tor. It retired. It do to do retailer Baa by Back to the duties of the Farmers j eign supplies for vegetable seed wife of the Gay nineties. Up until 1939, but under the pres for some it will mean just a sure of War the american seed return to skills formerly used in growers have greatly expanded turning out the Home made Deli their seed producing Industry Cades that made the Farmers to j onion seed is Short this year tile department reports due to the subcommittee favors Knudson nomination Washington Jan. 24.�?<5�? a Senate military affairs subcommittee unanimously approved today the nomination of William s. Knudsen As a lieutenant general in charge of production for the army. The subcommittee headed by senator Chandler dem. By approved the appointment after hearing Donald Nelson chair third annual review of the a worst movies of the Lampoon president Robert c. Benchly jr., of Scarsdale n. Y., son of the humorist who Cace edited the Lampoon announced the today review it listed Veronica Lake As a the worst discovery of the year and Betty Grable As Tum consistently worst it termed Jeanette Macdonald As the a most unattractive actress Rudy Vallee As the Singer of the most nausea song a was if you did no to division will prosecute in cases in know a and Nelson Eddy and Al solving any combination or j ice Faye As moving a fastest on the agreement among grocers to in i downward Man of the War production Board unfavourable weather for seeding i and assistant Secretary of War last year but supplies of cabbage Robert p. Patterson testify in be j Nesses at a competitive Dis Advant Corn Tai Mai by amps Are Pia amp Toful Ball of the nominate Iii Force such a practice in any designated area. A single grocer however acting on his own initiative would not be prosecuted it was said. Assis Tant attorney general Thurman Arnold in charge of the anti Trust division said his division is investigating complaints from widespread areas. The practice he said puts Small Busi the to a a worst films were a a Hudson Bay a a wild geese calling a a Belle Starr a a Wavy blues a a Honky Tonk a a you belong to me a a this woman is mine a a lady be Good a a Caloma of the South seas a and a Smilin the Lampoon also said a the feminine touch had a the worst script of the year and a a a. M. Pulham was the most poorly cast Pictral

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