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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 19, 1942, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday bulletin vol. 13, no. I Racine wis., sunday july 19, 1942. 8 pages the world last week it by foul Frye special plywood bombs have been developed by the russians to scatter handbills Over the German lines. Red army pilots used to drop those bombs which contained 25,000 leaflets each. The recent United states rus Sian lend lease agreement figured prominently in those leaflets according to the official soviet news Agency. Many of them a exposing the Hitler Bandit were found on killed or wounded germans. It was said. The red army also used kites to Fly the pamphlets Over the lines displayed enormous frontline posters bearing anti Hitler cartoons and employed loud speakers to relay the words of German soldiers taken prisoner. Still another interesting device in that bloodless phase of the War was the use of a a passes which surrendering germans could use to enter russian lines. The a a passes were distributed in the same Way As the propaganda leaflets. It is extremely doubtful if any red army pilots could be spared to drop any of those anti morale bombs last week. And it is less than possible that the russian soldiers had time to set up posters and loud speakers in the front lines or Fly kites Over to their Battle opponents. All the red army pilots were As Busy As they could be last week and All the russian soldiers were likewise. Because the nazis obviously had scorned All the propaganda and were racing behind tanks and Stukas into the North caucasus As fast As they could go. By monday found the germans aiming at Stalingrad the War Center of the Volga River Region As Well As eventually at Rostov and the North caucasus. The nazis had made their deepest penetration so far on russian soil. By tuesday the soviets were calling for one of the last Man defense stands which had saved Moscow last fall. The German Advance was in two main columns one aiming at Stalingrad on the Volga after by passing bog Char and the other driving Down the Voronezh Rostov Railroad by Way of Millerov. Northward from these two drives was Voronezh which the germans once had claimed As captured. But Here the reds stiffened and threw out counter attacks of their own in a desperate Effort to take off some of the pressure being put on the Southern armies. The stiffening of the defense wednesday was accompanied by further pleadings from russian sources j for a second front by the allies. On thursday came news that i the germans had gained a foothold in the caucasus. The Battle for Voronezh was still raging. In j formed British sources said at the russian crisis stirs Hope for 2d front Washington bounces rubber crisis around the picture above is More important than it looks. For it catches All of Washington a dangerous confusion in handling the rubber crisis and illustrates comically tragically one reason we Are still losing the War. Congressmen who mean Well but necessarily know practically nothing about synthetic rubber Are shown bouncing a piece specially made for them in a Little room in the Capitol. Presumably they Are engaged in solving the rubber crisis. At the moment the picture was snapped the germans were killing russians by scores of thousands and winning that War. The japaneses were sitting on almost All the world s natural rubber. Looking to Washington for Plain facts and leadership the people were getting double talk on rubber easy reassurance and dire prediction. So while men died for them around the world they kept right on driving their cars to the race tracks see below. A few months ago the British burned a lot of rubber in Malaya see below to keep the japs from getting it. But the japs have plenty now. We done to. La. S. Incomes show increase half under $35 . Declares War against 3 countries Survey reveals average was $23 six years ago by George Gallup director american Institute of Public opinion. 2 song composers attempt to extort $250,000 from Mayer film executive Washington july 18.�?oi a president Roosevelt formally proclaiming a state of War with Hungary. Rur Itenia and Bulgaria today made nationals of those countries residing in the United states subject to regulations governing other enemy aliens. Although Congress had previously passed joint resolutions declaring War against the three countries which subsequently were signed by the president or. Princeton n. J., july 18�? Roosevelt did not formally pro in these Lush Days of War Prosper claim a state of War until today Ity one half of the nations non the proclamation makes of farm families have a total Cash fetch a pro a a it Law my the activities of rumanian income of less than s35 a week j Anco bulgarian nationals in this this fact is revealed in an inst country tute Survey we hich is the first study i under the proclamation All to be reported on family Cash in a natives citizens denizens or come As of 1942 and the first to subjects of Hungary Rumania show the Impact of the War on and Bulgaria Are enjoined to pre family Cash earnings. Serve the peace toward the United the $35 average is a fact for states and to refrain from crime politicians in both parties to Pon against the Public safety and Der and for Post War planners to fr0m violating the Laws of the keep in mind. It underlies the United states and of the states whole Public drive for social be and territories thereof and to re purity and must be reckoned with Frain from actual hostility or Givin programs for taxation wage ing information Aid or Comfort fixing rent and Price ceilings and to the enemies of the United other economic controls. States or interfering by we Ord or while there have been Sharp in deed with the defense of the creases in family income in recent United states or the political years and particularly in the last processes and Public opinions year nevertheless the new buying thereof and to comply strictly Power has not been spread evenly with the regulations which May throughout the population. A he from time to time promulgate proximately six out of every to de by the president families have an income no larger aliens who fail to conduct than a year ago and one in every themselves As the order provides Navy announces 2 More sinking Washington july 18. A . A the Navy today announced the sinking of two More merchant ships one in the Bay of Bengal and one in the Atlantic. The Bay of Bengal sinking involved a medium sized United states merchant ship. The ship was bombed by enemy aircraft and shelled by an enemy Cruiser on april 6. Survivors have been landed at a United states port. The second ship a Small British merchant vessel was torpedoed and shelled by an enemy submarine in the Atlantic several weeks ago. Survivors have been landed at an East coast port. Axis Advance to lower Don Berlin claims British americans balk germans in Battle of Egypt by the United press German offensives toward the near East Oil Fields surged southward in a drive to breach the lower Don River front and encircle Rostov at the caucasus Gateway today but were walked on the egyptian front by hard hitting British and american forces. The Axis Advance in Southern Russia which Berlin claimed had reached the lower Don on a Broad front East of Rostov led to warnings in Britain that the allies faced one of the gravest crisis of the War and indicated a revival of Hopes for a second front in Western Europe. The next 80 Days May be the most perilous of the War with the germans making their greatest offensive Effort against the Volga and the caucasus and with the japanese possibly attempting to Start a new a a earthquake in their far Eastern Conquest British product Madison july 18.�? to a state Tion minister capt. Oliver Lyttle officials took Steps today to Safe j ton said in a speech at Aldershot. Flood pollutes water Supply guard the health of 1,200 residents of the Village of Bayfield following flood and fire which con cautious attitude. Lord Straboli Laberite renew r laminated the Community a water dec demands for a second front six actually has a smaller income shall be liable to a restraint a pre Supply and Tore coffins from the j we Hile Viscount Halifax Amassa although american family in sum ably internment. Come and Standard of living Are j the highest in the world the i United states is still a nation of o of Len Small we age eamers. Not Only do i my irl Vlf jul one half of the families earn less than $35 a week but 80 per cent j the Survey shows earn less than $60. One in every five have less j than $20 a week. It Chandler ariz., july 18.�? the meaning of these facts will a an army bomber training of army plane be Clear to tax experts in the plane crashed and burned near Village to nearby Fields Treasury department. When Taxa magma today killing aviation or. Harper said he had been Tion on the upper 20 per cent Cadet Joseph c. Zalesky 21, St. Authorized by the attorney Gener Washington july 18.�?�? under the name of a Young Jack second communication indicated riches the Point of diminishing Paul minn., and student flying alas office to take charge of the same time that it we As not Likely the Fri announced today the a Lipton is 25. An innocent messenger would pick turns the Burden will Hae to sergeant Harry a Wright 20, internment. Efforts Wall be made that the allies could be up a Sec rest of a song composing team at director j. Edgar Hoover of the up the package and asked that no transferred to Carneiro kans. To identify the bodies he said Ond front in time to relieve the los Angeles on charges of trying Fri said Mayer received a letter attempt be made to follow him. Squeeze on the red armies this to extort $250,000 from Louis b. Postmarked at Beverly Hills calif., on june 13, Hoover said Grace summer. It we As evident said this Mayer motion picture executive. June 25, signed a spokesman for and Lipton called at the hotel for source that Germany was throw it named the pair As Meyer six a demanding payment by him the extortion package. Ing everything she had into Russia Philip Grace former prize fighter of $250,000 under threat of death a they were subsequently App re in an Effort to win before such a turned lyricist and Channing for non compliance. Hended by agents of the Federal Sellon of the approximately a a Zalesky was the son of mrs. Second front phase of this War Drexel Lipton sex filling station subsequently Hoover said a Bureau of investigation a Hoover 000,000 non farm families. If farm Mary Zalesky St. Paul Minn could be established. Employee with a Talent for music Post card we As received also signed said a at which time they explained families we Ere included the income Wright we As the son of mrs. Eliza one million German troops the Justice department said Sev a spokesman for six a instructing they had called for the package figures we Ould be lower. But Cash Beth Allan of Carneiro kans. Dor to Washington declared Satbir Mingham that solution of the Allied shipping shortage will put the United nations on a very solid British military circles were preparing to reconsider the question of opening a second front in conferences with american representatives but still expressed a cautious attitude and warned of the dangers that might result from political pressure to risk a major attack in Western Europe before preparations Are Complete. On the fighting fronts the ii. United states army air Force a those earning under $60 a week. Authorities at Williams Field but Only insofar As is consistent now commanded in the Middle East 7% Over $100 weekly. Bomber training school said the with safeguarding the health of by maj. Gen. Lewis h. Brenton the Institute s study on income plane crashed at the practice the living. Appeared to be playing a greater five Miles South a a ground. After sending anti typhoid vaccine and emergency water Chlorina Ting equipment to the scene or. C. A. Harper director of the state Board of health directed health officials there to proceed immediately with reburial of the coffins some of which were carried from their resting places in a cemetery on the outskirts of the we As conducted among a Cross Bobbing Range of Rittenhouse. 40 coffins dislodged. Roje in Egypt bombing Axis ship about 40 coffins were dislodged at Obruk and other Points on the or. Harper said. Mediterranean coast while the Raf William e. O Brien chairman of i concentrated on supporting the the state Highway commission land Battle forces announced that Highway 13, be British imperials repulsed major supported by their heaviest tanks eral of their songs have been pub Mayer to leave $250,000 at the at the request of an unknown in income in the Case of Farmers is the crash occurred about 50 tween Washburn and Bayfield had thrusts on the Northern and Cen and speediest fighter bombers listed. Desk of a hotel in los Angeles individual. This was a ruse. Both Only Par of the income picture Miles Southeast of Phoenix. I. A were marching through the wheat Grace 39, we As said by the Fri dictating the package was a for Rob have now admitted their full re because of the fact that Farmers Fields of Don Steppes by Friday to have fought some years ago Ert the author of the Sponski Bilitz for sending the j Raie much of their own food. Russia said that 900.000 germans had been killed in this big often 1 i ii j sire so far. The reds lunged from j i us r0l6s Al 11 go Voronezh again in an Effort to take off some of the pressure. Saturday the picture changed London july 18.�? .4s�?polish in nazi reprisal slightly. Instead of one of the circles reported today the germans nazi columns striking at Stalin. In d a., t5 executed too polish hostages m Grad. It wheeled to come at Rostov amp from the East we Hile the other eluding four women in the town spearhead struck Down from the of Gierz in reprisal for the shoot North at Rostov. In8 of two Gestapo agents. Documents read articles revealed at military trial three strikes end at War plants in East this City of Rostov Gateway to the caucasus from the top of the hostages were lawyers by the United press i three unauthorized strikes halting War production in the Eastern United states ended today while Washington. July 18.�? u.r1�? government leaders and labor con maj. Gen. Frank r. Mccoy said cilia tors moved for Quick Settle today that the morning session of ment of two other disputes. Ivl the trial of eight nazi saboteurs approximately 1.000 striking the Survey results showing total family Cash income from we Ages and All other sources Are As follows a 7% earn $100 a week or More president approves Bill for new Bridge county Peninsula Friday. Repair we Ork still we As in Progress of Brien Washington july 18.�? up said on Highway 13 near Corn a president Roosevelt has approx Copia and in the Village. Been reopened by state and county trial sectors of the front West of Road Crews. A Section of the Vej Alamein clinging to their Posi Roadway we As washed out when j tons on two important ridges but the Flash flood hit the Bayfield some Axis advances were a knowl 13 is $ 60�?99.99 a week 22 is $ 40�?59.99 a week 17 is $ 30�?39.99 a week 19 is $ 22�?29.99 a week 8 is $ 15�?19.99 a week 7 is $ io�?14.99 a week 7 is under $10 a week edged in heavy fighting. Air borne troops. On the russian front the Ger de a Bill authorizing Minnesota the conservation departments mans were throwing More reserves near Hudson wis. Ump Cio workers engaged in the median average�?$35 a week. Black sea. Had been slightly Cap journalists and priests. They were devoted to the Reading of a Docu manufacture of aircraft parts or $1,8�0 a year police rout gamblers tured by the germans last no reported picked for execution after ment and identification of Vari the american magnesium Corpora a come of typical non but the soviets threw the germans rounded up the Gus pieces of clothing Money and Tion Buffalo n. Y., voted to return families has increased consider a Rind Urie i the inure them out in beginning the russian town s 7,000 inhabitants. Other article belonging to one of to work at Midnight sunday Pend y,j1&Quot-j?0�p�j1s0n studies Detroit. July 18.�? a when Ery three Miles South of Bayfield j dispatches from the red army when it Wras caught in the Flash front acknowledged a steady but flood. All of the fish it was orderly Retreat toward the lower assumed we Ere carried into Lake Don but said that Oroshi Novgrad Superior. Which the germans reported Cap i to arc inured and aflame had beep by a Dies passed by the enemy and that the Winter offensive. Before the firing squads went the Flitter Arentt what a med in ing a Deci Ion by the War labor in t3i3 official estimates of police raided an alleged gambling Brownell ,1 said be mar counterattack on to Tarth saturday came the announce to work the polish informants or a Board. A Cio spokesman said the median average non farm establishment in suburban Van the oldest Quot Union Printer in the pm flank at Voronezh ment that american built bomb said a German officer loosed a of ,. A a a the median a erase non farm _ ,.ern ers had joined the Battle against tirade at the population in which be document the a germans in the Don Valley he declared that a in 1939 we shot Quot of Quot of Caa by area. To poles for every murdered Ger the Federal Bureau of today 50 died for every Ger to vhf special commission general months age battling in Egypt still was Man and if there Albany More Quot of is press Vonh Mission. _ More or 1 Static with the a j it was believed that the Reading Heil sends chauffeur and testimony included recital of a a. I ii r in the confession of the unidentified to pick up Soldier v v 7�? a Tho mph inn apr acre non farm m a wic Mun primer in me pm flank at Voronezh. Mentioned by pm a cd Tisl it Ion Wuh a lbs famil a income were approximated it be today a Groff 39 j �0untry�?T die a Oday at the he me of i the Voronezh Battle the red in an agent of Sam a in a rep Hding the Eav 1y 23 a week or $1,200 a year. Fall Vav j pc fsr 1 born a a �?o�?oj.? a a a was reported to have Cross lowness in deciding the Case which had been certified to it As Corn pare to $35 a present. British imperials parrying a lunge by Rommel Here striking out to make gains there and in other places giving up a Hill position or two. Whether the Axis was marking time and waiting for the time table of the russian front remained to be seen. It appeared doctor dentist win army awards in India new Delhi. India. July 18 a if a awards of the order of the however that Gen. Auchinleck had purple hea7 to seven officers of some of the advantages in fight non combat branches of the u. S. Ing because his air Force and Fleet army for meritorious service in support were blasting at the bases Burma were announced today by which Rommel was using for re Lieut. Gen. Joseph w. Stillwell a India Headquarters. Prisoner and a description of the Hunt for the saboteurs and his three companions. Sun Prairie. Wis., july 18. Increase uneven. While this is a substantial increase nevertheless the new buying Power which it represents has been unequally distributed. For example if you Are a skill week at in the nude he was booked As an employee however and not As a Patron who had lost too heavily. Canniff worked on papers in Mil de Back to the West Bank of the Waukee and Superior during the civil War period. Those decorated included major Foremost press photographers called the governor s office to sex tons of scrap Iron and steel from Ivity and advocating further Knerr pointed out that japanese nor7hwest/ an the Don River Quot on j _ Quot a a Tell Wiz l i a Nuigi Dpi if a o Vav to i vim a Twa a Usu Oisiu Aav. A a a i Donald m. O Hara. Of Janesville. Wearing wac uniform to Plain his predicament and within Wisconsin in the last half of 1942. Building of aircraft carriers. Carriers fell easy prey to planes j thl past minn., and capt. John h. Grind an hour the gubernatorial Limo this quota was received today Knerr is retired from the army. Despite this he added the Navy Lay of Milwaukee. 1 today 5jne< Complete with chauffeur and by w. E. Simons state Salvage i calling for More emphasis on advocated and Congress authorize Captain grm Dlay of the Mayo but her uniform is a Bright governor was whisking him the Rector from Paul c. Cabot Deputy Lang Range land based bombers de a huge expansion of our own enforcements and supplies allies Hammer Back Axis desert attack Cairo july 18.�? a British clinic went from chunking to the Blue instead of the Light Khaki imperials with increasing Amer Burma front to perform operations of the regular Saacs. She a ican Aerial support hammered and combat malaria outbreaks. He Rived at it. Des Moines to spend Back the main Axis attacks on the drove ambulances and helped two Mon is making a pictorial desert from West of Al Alamein Bury the dead in addition to his record of the wac activities. And in one Day knocked out 25 surgical work. Serving As a special consultant to German tanks it was disclosed to i major of Hara a dentist Chang the Secretary of War. Day. Severe fighting for positioned to surgery and with Seagrave Man. 22, came Home on furlough Friday in a chauffeur driven car accompanied by the governor of Wisconsin. Haberman reached Madison from the Pacific coast on one of the hottest Days of the 1 miss Jackie Martin in Ash summer and found himself strand in ton. D. A. One of the nations eel to Miles from Home up a after two years with the army de worker it is More Likely that air Force in Hawaii. Milton Hebar your family income is higher com carriers soon will be useless former air chief charges photographer dons wac uniform no. I Des Moines Iowa july 18.�? turn to Page 7, col. 3. To join in the state quota set for scrap Metal drive Milwaukee july 18. A up so he the government wants 375.000 net ing a false picture on naval a Washington july 18.�? i flyers arrived a col. Hugh j. Knerr former chief of staff of the Headquarters at Midway he said a your naval air Force charged in the August j surface forces. Were Only in Issue of the american Mercury the Way vulnerable targets that am St thru Otto tor which today that desk admirals Are needed to be protected from Over hamper my air Power by present prey to planes. Don at one Point and to have wiped out thousands of Axis troops including All of the 222nd regiment and most of an enemy division. There was no indication however that this red army onslaught had yet become Strong enough to endanger the main Axis offensive toward Rostov. For the time being the German High command appeared to be delaying a direct drive against Stalingrad about 175 Miles to the East and concentrating its strength was reported being attacked now from three sides Tagan Rog on the West the vor Shilov sector on the to Miles Home. Steel shortage halts ship construction East of Rostov. Panzer and motorized infantry new Orleans. July 18 i think the wac is a much a construction of the Higgins in director of the War production such As the flying fortress which Carrier Force. Divisions have reached the lower boards Salvage division. He helped develop Knerr said car a a. The True lesson of the a j course of the Don on 3 wide Simons said the figure dwarfed riders soon will a be As useless to civic Battles from Coral sea to the front East of Rostov a the German anything in the Way of Metal Sal us As battleships Are aleutians is that the aircraft car j communique said. Vage thus far produced in wisc on he charged that naval officials Rier is even More of a liability a infantry divisions annihilated sin and dramatized the urgency of issued communiques in which than the battleship a he said. Encircled enemy forces gaining we the National need for reclaimed a naval triumphs Are overplayed he paid tribute to sailors and further territory to the East in a material to supplement available and the solid accomplishments of j naval airmen for their parts in the land based army aviation glossed in the Battle of the Coral sea he said most of the action Victory came from army planes and a be j great to continue further naval the final All out at Pacific Battles but declared that the advantage of land based bombers Over Navy planes was too was reported still in Progress on performed Many operations by needed project a she said after dust jes shipbuilding Plant which new Metal necessary to continue the Northern or coastal sector of candlelight on the porches of a j inspecting the a West Point for has a contract for 200 Liberty War production at the Speed re front where australian and j Tive dwellings. cargo ships was halted today by quire. Simons recalled that Dur South african units on Friday each citation said the recipients a i am sure that it will prove As the u. S. Maritime commission be ing Wisconsin Salvage Victory pushed southward from a Point be service a reflects great credit on valuable to thus country As Sim cause of a Lack of steel a president week april 25-May 2, the total cause of the tragic division in our expansion. Tween Tel Eleisa and Alamein the military forces of the United Ilar organizations have in eng Andrew Jackson Higgins a noun of used materials turned up was command the army flyers were tack on Japan he said will come transports is crowding tracks and and took two Small ridges. j . I something Over 30,000 tons. Actually surprised when the Navy from land planes. Turn to fare 7, col. 6. Frontal attack. Devastating attacks were launched by our air forces particularly on the lower Don. A the Retreat of the soviets South of the Don especially Railroad

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