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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 12, 1942, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday bulletin vol. 13, no. 9racine, wis., sunday july 12, 1942. 8 pages the world last week by Boul Frey arrest 150 German aliens Dussia desperately needs a Sec Ond front in Europe. Glaring headlines last week gave evidence of that. Prime minister Churchill and president Roosevelt have promised to fulfil such an undertaking. But despite these promises the soviets apparently feel the need of Speed in establishing such a phase of world War ii and Are not above casting out thinly veiled hints to that end. Moscow radio in a broadcast Friday heard in new York said that the War on the Eastern front had diverted so much enemy equipment and so Many men that the German occupation army in France now includes fewer than 100,000 troops. A reliable circles in Geneva a Moscow radio said a declare that the germans have had to reduce to a great extent the number of garrisons used in the occupied countries. According to available Public favors drastic Steps to curb inflation Man in Street would include sales Levy broader tax base by or. George Gallup director american Institute of Public opinion. Princeton n. J., july in the Battle against inflation the information the German units in people Are ahead of the gov pm Belgium Are useless for Active ser ment. Vice since the bulk of the soldiers have serious physical defects or Are Well along in tews from the Battle lines in Russia last week was almost All bad. London sources reported monday that Hitler had thrown a million men into a wedge at kursk aimed in a massive Wheeling operation at Rostov. The spearpoint of that wedge plunged swiftly to the Don River and the City of Voronezh which is the key City of the rail line from Moscow. Something of i 2 the majority of americans defense by the reds the Naris sue j Quot a cd tax needed in throwing huge forces of i a Quot a or fkr tanks across the Don River and thing that buy they want a program which in Many respects is far More drastic far More sweeping than anything now being done. If the majority of Plain americans free from the influence of pressure groups had charge of fighting inflation they would put into effect these four things. Institute polls show i. They would lower income i tax exemptions and broaden the i tax base. Roughly half of american families pay no income tax. The typical american citizen i would require these families to River setting up a Long 200-mile front. By Friday a new spearhead had captured Roskosh. Too Miles South of Voronezh and the definitely were threatened with the possibility that the Southern and 1 Central armies would be split. Saturday the germans moved southeastward on a 250-mile direct line toward Stalingrad War Center on the Volga River. Hitler s hordes obviously were headed for the caucasus and fast. 4> Quot Phe african jaw of the Axis pincers closing on the Middle East had its Edge dulled somewhat last week and by saturday the British imperials were taking Steps which the allies hoped would 3. In return for Price fixing on j All products including farm pric j is they would put into effect a a russians National wage fixing program similar to that now operating in Canada. 4. They would Institute a nation wide program for deduction of a Flat to per cent from All pay envelopes to buy defense Bonds and Stamps. Needs co operation. The ideas and attitudes of the Public constitute an important Factor in the Battle against inflation because the outcome of such a Gen Ruddy left and june Janke put up sign at Lidice Small town near Joliet. 111., which has been named in memory of Czecho slovakian town of that name destroyed by nazis in reprisal for the killing of Reinhard Heydrich. Community reincarnated destroyed czech town Axis pincers surge closer to caucasus push 6 spearheads into Central and Southern Russia Moscow july Uris Axis armies battled stubborn russian defenders along the Don River at the outskirts of Voronezh today and massed Superior armed forces in a two pronged onslaught southeastward on a 250-mile direct line toward the soviet War Center of Stalingrad on the Volga River. The reinforced German offensive operations which now have pushed six wedges into Central and Southern Russia and surged closer to Oroshi Novgrad and Rostov developed As follows on these main fronts Voronezh a nazi spearheads reinforced by the 100th division of German infantry still hammered at Voronezh after establishing a crossing to the East Bank of the Don but russian dispatches again reported the bulk of the enemy army held on the West Bank by furious artillery and air attacks which broke up new River Crossings. Roskosh a following German capture of Roskosh on the Railroad 60 Miles South of Voronezh the enemy pushed 40 Miles farther South to Kante Mrovka using numerically Superior forces to attempt a drive toward the Middle Don where it bends eastward. A Savage Battle was reported in Progress with the russians fighting under unfavourable conditions with their backs toward the Don. T miss Ann e. Alinder 36, head of the Wisconsin Public service commission Cost accounting Section has been inducted into the women a army auxiliary corps. A native of Milwaukee she was graduated from the University of Wisconsin in 1929. She has won several Rifle marksmanship contests among Madison american legion Rifle and pistol club members. Stern Park gardens 111., Battle depends on the spirit of willingness and co operation of just iut a this Small czech the people. Community becomes Lidice 111., when the proposed so a Day this sunday in ceremonies Symbol a May at 4 30 p. In. By the National broadcasting company. Clif Southeast or Kharkov the germans pushed 160 Miles from Kharkov to i Sichansky on the Railroad to Rostov and Only 40 break entirely the German sched wage increase in the a Little steel izing reincarnation 0f the Czecho ule the desert War was More or less companies went before the War labor Board last week observers Static most of the week until Gen. Called it a crucial test of the pres Claude Auchinleck launched his Identa a anti inflation program offence saturday first of All How i although few average citizens Ever the general had attacked have first hand knowledge of with planes and tanks the South the particular situation in Little pm flank of Rommel a line which steel or of Cio arguments favor slovakian Village razed by nazis to avenge the slaying of Reinhard the Hangman Heydrich. Wendell Willkie Republican presidential candidate in 1940, will be the principal speaker at the dedication of a Granite Shaft to she s in the army now spends thrilling Day Milwaukee july i Jan Jua Aryit be Mostov Down drive presumably was intended to she a in the army now1 / minister in London. Recordings Clear Ali o he sector West o the bf0vde Are Index w will be made and translated to be nne a an. A a Quot a a ton Fadiman literary critic will Mijes from Oroshi Novgrad where be master of ceremonies at the on Pri Jay they launched a Strong dedication where messages will be j offensive on a direct line toward read from president Roosevelt Stalingrad which lies East of the Secretary of state Cordell Hull and Don Bend on the Volga. This Jan Masaryk czechoslovakian Milwaukee july cu r a s260 per month position in the attractive i state Capitol at Madison As head of ent Home the state Public service commis up Hrncar tract he Tho r r i t i so Don and permit a flanking drive to Madison on furlough today after Sion a Cost accounting staff to acre drop Acari by uie in visa on Rostov the Gateway to the spending what she described As cent $50 per month from Uncle b o cd Ludim a p h Urb a n czech caucasus it. A the most thrilling Day of my life Sam. Pm Ubibi us Ruvii Iid a line Sunui us Viv ainu menu Tavui to. T minister to the United statues will 1� German communiques said that Here Friday. Miss Alinder five feet eight stretched from Al Alamein to the ing the wage increase the Public a be known As the of lib a a i Rostov had been heavily bombed the 36-year-old accountant was inches tall and weighing 140 Quattara depression. 35 Miles. The attitude on the general principle a Hearth is intr Inton i and that the entire kursk Khar sworn in by a j. Goff Ard late pounds was inducted six hours Southern flank Bent Back slowly of the la Day raise is one of Folk of the old world Lidice where which bears this a scrip Ion. Kov Don River area to a Point 217 yesterday a As Wisconsin a first after being notified that she had opposition. Every Man was killed and the in new Joy the Pwu of Miles South of Voronezh had been member of the women a army been accepted for training As a but surely in daily operations. Both sides were racing with time to Rush up reinforcements of supplies and troops. The British gained the advantage in that respect because i to hold wage rates Frozen for the of Shorter communication lines duration of the War. And possibly that was the Factor i wage Price control which enable the allies to launch j wage and Price control is some the offence saturday instead of j thing which the Public favored waiting for Rommel to strike. Many months before the govern a ment took a step in that direct a Ermany continued to Send u j Tion. Two months prior to Pearl boats into Western Atlantic Harbor 62 per cent of All voters Waters and into the Caribbean sea questioned on a Survey favored and by weeks end those Craft had Federal control of wages and pric sunk a total of 375 United nations is including farm prices. By ships. The nazis did not Stop with May of this year the vote had sub warfare on shipping but sent i jumped to 74 per cent. The biggest units of their Fleet int farm leaders and labor Lead Ackmon Northern Convoy lanes to prs alike were surprised to find Russia. From the Survey that the rank Russia reported thursday that Anco Foje 0f labor and of american one of its submarines had scored i Farmers were in favor of the com orid Lidice were a Man a ears uus Uisu apuan. Kov Don River area to a Point 217 yesterday killed and the a in memory of the people of Miles South of Voronezh had been the Institute found the Public women and children were Dis Lidice. Czechoslovakia destroyed cleared of a a important russian Memder voting 4 to i against the increase person or placed in concent action by barbarians but in my fore or Forcest with 89,000 taken prisoner further evidence of the desire Camps. In the hearts of All who love free residents in native czech cos Dom. This Monument is erected by tume will participate in the Page the free people of America at lid want which will be broadcast Over ice 111. Warden will be on hot seat of he can t get electric chair aim St North flank. The main aim of the enemy offensive southeastward appeared to be to move against the North flank of the russian defense lines around Rostov and to Advance through the Jossoh sector South of the Don River Bend in an Effort to isolate the caucasus. This presumably would involve a Long push across Flat country toward Astrakhan on Washington july 0j.r a Warden g. Norton Jameson of 0f the men condemned to die. The i the Volga the South Dakota state penitent 0er Paui Sewell 39. One is diary was in hot Pursuit of an4. ,. Electric chair today after fruitless l0 g0 t0 has Dea h he argument with the War production aug. 9 the other in the week of Board. I nov. 16. Auxiliary corps. She gave up a candidate officer at fort Des Moines la. She and inductees from other states will begin training to Lead the first women a army in United states history at the fort on july 20. Primary training will last for eight weeks. Tried to be solemn. A i never dreamt i had a Chance when i filled out the application Blank a miss Alinder said. A i did a. A it on an impulse. If id stopped american troops Are now Sta to think j Wou d Quot yanks arrive in new Guinea Washington. July _ _ have been so Hayes is Clifford Hayes 30, one the Caspian sea at the Mouth of j toned at port moresby much pessimistic i have a bombed Allied base in new i Guinea the War department Dis for her Entrance into the unit he left for new York Friday Jameson said he spinning his two direct torpedo hits on the Bat bind wage and Price fixing pro night pretty worried because the Hopes on offers by the states of to Reship Tirpitz in the Barents sea. J Gram. Court Back Home has ordered him i Vermont and Indiana to lend their As a counterpart to wage Price to and a chair to execute two con electric chairs on condition that he turn to Page 6, column i evicted killers and he Hasni to turn return them a in Good de up with one yet All of Friday was spent in try than $2,000 to ship either chair you. Ing to talk web into giving him to South Dakota and he a worried his name is Claude Hauge and i into London joined in with news of this operation Friday and told of a Gigantic air and naval Battle in Arctic Waters with four big German warships attempting to join in the struggle. They were the Tirpitz Luetzow Scheer and hipper. London said they had to withdraw because of the torpedo hits on the Tirpitz. Berlin had reported 35 of the 38 ships in the Allied Convoy Lunk but these claims were regarded As fantastic. Air planes came to the Rescue of the beleaguered chinese last week with the american Volunteer group flying tigers joining other u. S. Flight units in China. These planes bombed the japs up and Down their positions on the Yangtze River especially j1, Hankow and in support of chinese troops enabled them to beat Back the invaders at several Points. In an interview Friday the three officers in charge of the u. S. Army air Force in China expressed belief that the japanese had been forced on the defensive in the air and that americans would be flying bombers Over japanese cities a before we get the officers were Brig. Gen. Chen a ult former avg commander col. Caleb v. Haynes chief of the bomber command and col. Robert l. Scott commander of the 23rd Pursuit group. Press inspects scene of trial an open letter to a Der fuehrer1 closed today. Led nations forces miss Alinder the War department confirmed dressed appropriately in a suit of their presence there in releasing Raf Blue set off by a red hat and the first army War pictures from bag. Jittery As a school girl shed port moresby showing american troops. Try to be solemn and poised As she sat in the office of major Golf Ard Washington. July a a a eleven newsmen and two Golem priority on critical materials so he can have the chair built. But officials argued that it would be a a silly to use $5,500 Worth of material that could be used a to kill \ Sony not the prisoners hell of a lot of japs a he said. I or actively speaking will be on those Are my sentiments too hot no formal release was issued j recruiting chief at the Federal Des Moines la. July As was in the Case of the arrival building and then shed remember a Here fuehrer is a determined of american troops in Australia again Why she was there and break but he estimates it will Cost More Young Man who wants to have at an new Caledonia. Arrival of j into a wide engaging Grin. Americans at the latter South a my father is going to be Amaz Westem Pacific outpost was Reed a she chuckled. A events have sealed in a communique april 25. Moved so fast i Haven to had a size not disclosed. Chance to Tell him about my won american planes have been i a Ful a eak. Operating Over this area along. Rather Henry Alinder lives with other Allied planes for some a Pittsburgh too Newburn drive about getting the Money from his he is a student at Iowa state col state. Lege. He tried to enlist in both unless he turns up with some the army and Marine corps but thing pretty soon it will be Jame was turned Down because of a who Fig i weakness in his left Eye. The he registered in the fifth draft time. Port moresby is across the taunt Lebanon and her Only oth a a a. Our country has had fuehrer and Eastern tip of new Guinea from or close relative a brother Henry ment press officials were admitted Sale but theres hat court if i dont get that electric chair that gave him an opening. He was the japanese base at lae and is gives in Chicago 1443 n. Hud the improvised courtroom ?rd.r�?~. And Desi cies those folks i somehow i could be held in con 19 at the time he registered which the Allied base at which the Jap son where eight nazis Are on trial for in Milbank county South Dakota tempt of court bemoaned Plain meant that he was ineligible for anese have directed most of their miss Alinder was born and raised their lives before a president ally a be a ouf Hayes killing i Lively. The judge said to get one car to service. But last thursday heavy Aerial raids. In Milwaukee. She was graduated _. A a a Mai is f a f a Kwh it Tiu am a1 a commission of seven appointed generals. The Brief visit probably was the first time that newspaper reporters Ever had been admitted to a scene. Although the court was in full session with a government agent i on the witness stand it was not actually proceeding with evidence their forthwith or else at the time of the visit. The eight prisoners sat along new office of War information to the West Wall of a Long High Ceil Day to a give the people a Clear ing room which normally is used Complete and accurate pictures to train the kind of agents who f. U _ the Fri said hindered their care of he War and to prevent con Claire i plans to blast american filleting statements which con War plants with explosives brought fuse the Public to this country aboard the subpar As for his relations with the i information chief promises accurate picture of War Washington july �?j Ern ment departments and agencies director Elmer Davis pledged the to maintain an open door policy he became 20. Here is his diary from then on fuehrer the size and nature of the from the University of Wisconsin american contingent was not Dis in 1929 where she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa honorary Scholastic society. After graduation she thursday�?9 30 a. i closed. Port moresby Falls within at his draft Board in Ames to ask i the area of the command of Gen. How he could get inducted into j Douglas Macarthur whose head j became assistant stationery buyer in their relations with the press and radio. The own will main the army. Received questionnaire. I quarters Are in Australia. Thursday�?11 30 a. with questionnaire filled out. Informed consent of his parents necessary before he could be draft-1 de because technically he was still 19. Thursday�?1 30 p. to Tain no censorship of any kind Moines to get consent. I Jet a a ssh atm returned 10 however All news releases re friday�?8 a. draft lating significantly to the War Board physician into giving him City becomes vacation spot neckties barred Alhambra calif., july Llu Imp a this Southern California City has adopted a modern version of the Mahomet and the Mountain expect Well be too Busy for any for a Chicago department store. In 1931 she went to Madison to accept employment from the Public service commission. Too Busy for Romance. A no thought of Romance has entered my head a miss Alinder said. A i applied for wac training because i thought perhaps my accounting experience would release some Man for Active duty. Anyway a she added shyly a i Ine which delivered them at lonely War and a Navy departments Davis ent government agencies must be spots on the East coast last month. The Long room actually a com Effort or involving several differ i physical examination ahead of 43 theme for the summer Only it has a Moonlight and roses . A i 1 a. A _ in _ j _ Ai. _ i. J mice a lin/4 Etta Ama Ajio tit told questioners he did not believe a civilian was qualified to British attack lines Mediterranean with British forces at the Egypt approved by own Davis said As a Means of preventing conflict. Other prospective inductees included the beaches for Good Bina Tion of several offices was determine questions of military speeches statements material for brightly lighted. The seven Gen Security. He added that he had newsreels and material for radio Wasserman test reals with maj. Gen. Frank r. A not found any mood in the ser news will be handled in the same m Ovi form noon Mccoy president of the commis vices to hold Back bad news be manner. Jilting si0qf m the Middle sat behind a cause it is bad his office on the other hand own will specially constructed Bench which he remarked certainly was make no Effort to suppress differ Tian front july delayed a i crossed the North end of the room a against anything like fences of opinion Between High Jud a British tanks troops and the witness stand was at the East in allowing the army and Navy government officials although it guns paced by a powerful attack Side. On the exhibit table were j Freer rein he explained he was will seek to a a harmonized them if smashed into the Axis lines along Heads of clothing some Tennis j operating on the theory that no possible. Congressmen likewise the Mediterranean coast today in shoes the Small shovels the Fri civilian was qualified to determine Are not affected by Davis regu a limited five mile drive that says were used to buy the sex what information would or would lations except that own will fur pushed along the desert Railroad Plosives and fuses and a couple j not endanger National Security. Nish them factual information a if to Tel Elesia. Of suitcases. Davis directed Heads of All gov-1 they want it miss Alinder was one of 12 wis friday�?1 30 p. In. A chartered a measure. Cousin women selected As Candi air plane flew his blood Sample to i the idea is that most people j dates of the women a army. The University of Iowa Laboratory for Are going to have to stay away others were to be sworn in Here from the vacation spots so Al next week some of them on july friday�?6 p. was Zambrans conceived the plan of 14. Serman negative. J making their bustling Inland City last May the sixth corps army friday�?6 05 p. In. A appointed of 42,000 population As much like Headquarters distributed 1,200 a East five admitted nazis included in round up 28 women among those arrested in new York area new York. July la. A up a Federal agents arrested 158 German aliens in the new York area Friday and Friday night the Federal Bureau of investigation announced today. The aliens were rounded up in Brooklyn Long Island Manhattan and Westchester county. They were members of the German vocational league and Many of them lived near War plants. P. E. Foxworth agent in charge of the Fri in new York said. Those rounded up ranged in age from 18 to 60. Twenty eight were women. All were taken to Ellis Island to await hearings before enemy alien boards. Near War plants. Foxworth revealed that there were five admitted nazi party members in the group. In addition to those living near War plants others were employed in factories working on War contracts Foxworth said. One of the seized aliens was a Veteran of the Imperial German army in world War i serving As an Aerial photographer. He had been notified by the German embassy in Washington to return to the Reich on dec. I 1941. A the did no to go however a Foxworth remarked. A dec. 7 came along too Roosevelt clarifies alien employment Washington july a president Roosevelt issuing a statement to clarify government policy on the appointment of aliens in War industries said today that a general condemnation of any group or class of persons is unfair and dangerous to the War the president said that a persons should not hereafter be refused employment or persons at present employed discharged solely on the basis of the fact that they Are aliens or that they were formerly nationals of any particular foreign his statement was based on a Survey of the alien employment situation conducted by attorney general Francis Biddle Secretary of War Henry l. Stimson Secretary of Navy Frank Knox and chairman Malcolm Maclean of the committee on fair employment practice. No Legal bans. The presidents statement noted that there Are at present no Legal restriction against the employment of any persons in non War industries and that even in War industries restraints Are placed Only on a a classifieds contracts including secret confidential restricted and aeronautical contracted the statement of policy was forwarded to chairman Paul v. Mcnutt of the War manpower commission. It directed that a special and expedited consideration be Given to nationals of the United nations and Friendly american republics As Well As a other aliens including enemy aliens within specified categories. These include aliens who have served in the United states armed forces and who have been honorable discharged aliens who have now or have had members of their immediate families in the armed forces and those who have lived in the United states since 1916 without returning to their country of origin in the past to years. Married since 1924. Also included Are aliens who have married citizens and have lived in this country continuously since 1924 without having returned to the country of origin within the past to years. Likewise included Are those aliens who declared their intention to become citizens and filed naturalization petitions before dec. 7, 1941. The statement directs aliens to Lodge any inquiries or complaints of discrimination with the committee on fair employment practice Washington d. C. Knights of pythias cancel convention Leader of inductees being sent to it Des Moines for final physical Check up. Today�?7 a. up Chin out led inductees to Des Moines. Right now he a going through his tests. Hell know this afternoon whether he made it. Bet you Hope he does no to fuehrer. A resort spot As possible. I plication Blanks in Wisconsin and neckties Are under a strict ban 442 were returned. Ninety eight and there a no telling what the were rejected before taking the chamber of Commerce would do mental alertness test and of the if they caught a Man on the Street 311 who took this examination 186 wearing a coat. A committee of passed. Of these 113 were selected vigilantes roamed the town Fri 1 by the army Board and 12 were Day gaily ripping off neckties i picked at the sixth corps head whenever they found one. Quarters in Chicago. Milwaukee july up a the supreme Lodge and grand Lodge conventions of the knights of pythias scheduled Here next month have been cancelled in compliance with a request of office of defense transportation officials chairman. Arthur a Schumann said today. The supreme Lodge convention would have attracted delegates from All sections of the United states and Canada Schumann said. It was scheduled for the week of aug. To. The state grand Lodge meeting was scheduled aug. 17-1l

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