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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 7, 1942, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday bulletin vol. 13, no. 4racine, wis., sunday june 7, 1942. 8 pages the world last week con4n�ed from t cited press Sod associated press dispatches from Sands a 1. 194t. Throat shards Jan Eims hard hit u. S. Winning output Battle by Paul Freye ermans used to joke about air raids. They said that if the Day after a raid a Man said Good evening he had not been asleep. If he said Good morning he had been asleep. If he said a Heil Hitler a he was still asleep. Not Many germans Are joking about air raids now. And not Many germans Are sleeping at night. At least not those who live in the Ruhr Industrial area of the Rhineland and those in the sea base of Bremen. The Raf stopped their jokes and sleep last week. More than 1,000 giant British planes dropped 6,720,000 pounds of big Beautiful bombs on Cologne last saturday night. The planes skipped sunday night but More than 1,000 were Back again on monday dropping the same tonnage on Essen Home of the Krupp arms works mopped up Public expects War to last 2 More years average american views firm despite favourable news by George Gallup director american Institute of Public opinion Princeton n. J., june 6.�? president Roosevelt a warning against swings of optimism and pessimism about the War should. Be directed More at government about 300 bombers 0ffjcja s than at the Public. The burning de As while officials have blown hot and cold the Public a attitude has lated areas tuesday night. The sub base sea port and Industrial i been fat Rev stable a Ren in works Good barometer of optimism wednesday night and on thursday is the Public s belief in How Long about 1.000 British aircraft swept be War Asb favourable War Amoss Nonzero Fiance in relays. News and Washington comment the boys were Back in the Ruhr on it have had Albeir effect on again Friday night. Thus within less than a week the War entered an entirely new phase and from present indications it May be the forerunner of the final one. Because the assaults. Envisioned on a scale of from 2,000 to 4,000 bombers nightly Over Germany Are accomplishing four definite results. They i strike at the vitals of Germany a War Industry they 2 strike at the morale of the German people they 3 put new heart in Public opinion in recent weeks but the change has been of Small proportion. Shows decrease. In Early april an average of the guesses of americans on the length of War was 2.4 years More. The average of their guesses today nearly two months later is 2.0 years. While much talk has been heard about bombing Germany into submission this year Only. One person in every 12 8 per the russians and they 4 enc our Aventon the average thinks a German defeat is Likely within less than i year. Age the rebellious patriots of conquered Europe. Moreover the u. S. Promises to put its great bombing forces alongside the British and when that happens the allies probably will be Able to smash so much of the German War Power that a necessary land invasion of Europe will bring the end of the War. Some British observers predict such an event by this fall. Prom Libya came encouraging such Are the facts revealed in the latest Survey by the Institute in the subject of the length of the War a a Survey begun during the week that president Roosevelt issued his warning against too much optimism or pessimism. The results when compared to studies made earlier this year show a remarkable stability in the Public a attitude. The question asked in All these nation s leaders sum 6 months of War Washington june 6.�? up a exactly six months to the minute after japanese War planes dropped their first bombs on Pearl Harbor Navy Marine and coast guard recruits in Hundred of american communities will take their oaths sunday afternoon As a avengers of Pearl at 1 25 p. In. Central War time�?7 55 a. In. Pearl Harbor time the oath will be administered Over the Columbia broadcasting system from the sail loft at the Washington Navy Yard. The ceremony Navy officials said a will make radio and recruiting history for it will be the first time such a mass swearing in by radio has been six months ago today japs bombed Pearl Harbor in six Swift months since the treacherous dec. 7 bombing of Pearl Harbor Japan has gained Many victories and suffered some defeats in her Multi front conflict with the United nations. Map spots highlights of warfare in the Pacific. <5> Hopes of a British Victory Over Sui a was As follows general Rommel a desert armies. By saturday it appeared that the do a about How much longer you think the War will last a the results in terms of the me British had succeeded in turning Dian average of All estimates Fol Back the Axis tank led columns Low which had dented their defense line around Obruk and that it Wras j Only a question of How much of Rommel a men w Ould be Able to return through the escape Hatch j in the pierced line which he had succeeded in keeping open in event i of a necessary Retreat. At the end average of Public a guess on length of War. Jan. 2.2 years More mar. After Singapore .2.8 years More apr.2.4 years More today. 2.00 years More the detailed results of the latest of 12 Days Cairo sources said that study Are As follows the Axis had lost 340 or about half of the tanks w hich were used in the Effort to gain the headway for a drive on Suez. Monday the Brit j ish announced the capture of Gen. I Ludwig Cruewell commander of the nazi afrika Korps and second in command to Rommel of All the Axis forces in Libya. Tokyo claims Chuhsien taken Tokyo from japanese broadcast june 6.�? up a the japanese command in Central China announced that the chinese City of Chuhsien in Chekian province was occupied by its forces at 6 p. In. Today Domei reported tonight. A Domei dispatch Date lined a a Chuhsien reported that the capture climaxed a drive which began last wednesday and resulted in a a blow a of annihilation against the 15th chinese division. Meanwhile the w a report said japanese aviation co operation closely with the japanese land new substitute for rubber Here to stay says chemist r j today a guess by years. Less than 2 years 357 2 years 26 3 years 14 More than 3 years15 other or no answer to one person in every 12 8 per troops attacked chinese soldiers cent thinks the War will last an and scored what the news Agency other five years or More and one called a Brilliant per cent believe it will continue earlier Domei dispatches from japanese planes struck twice for 10 years. The Chekian Tiangsi Battlefront significance of vote. Said that the japanese had w Eek at dutch Harbor in alas a a new 0t even military sex hemmed the chinese Garrison in week at dutch Harbor in can know when the War Chuhsien seized an important air v Ernesda it morning and at mid j w ill end. But even if the Public a base near the City and captured Way Island at Dawm thursday but estimates Are Only guesses they two other Towms on the rail line those disquieting news items were a quote a definite significance. Between Chuhsien and Nanchang lost in the cheers that wrent up. Example the people who some 300 Miles to the West. When Admiral Chester w. Nimitz Ink the War will last another announced from Honolulu that the three years take a different Atti Pacific Fleetw As pursuing the Jap 1 j. E on. Such War measures As invaders from Midway and that at e rationing Gas rationing or least eight of the enemy a Fleet War taxation from those who had been damaged in Battle. Think the fighting is going to be the japs struck with four Over in six months or a year. Bombers and 15 fighter planes at j the amount of education a Man turn to Page 7, col. I salient facts of War reveal 4,330 dead Midland mich., june 6�? up \ its tensile strength w As nearly As a or. Willard h. Dow relating the great As that of rubber and that discovery and development of a it was far More resistant to sol rubber substitute that May see vent or Oil action Many american motorists through j a Complete casings a he said the War years said Here Friday a have run up to 10,000 Miles that a i think we will never re without showing appreciable turn to natural rubber however Wear. Abundant it May or. I a to be Ultra conservative say Dow is president of the Dow i 5,000 Miles for a retread. But the i chemical company Here. Wear of a retread is directly pro outlining the comparatively portion Al to the state of the car Brief history of the synthetic rub Cas the old tire. We do not Ber a it Hioko a now being devel yet know what mileage May be oped by the Dow company the had from a Thi Okol tread on a Veteran chemist said that major perfect fabric tire companies now were expert the process or. Dow indicated j menting with Thi Okol. He said is of such comparative simplicity that Large scale production could dutch Harbor at 6 a. In. Wednesday and returned six hours later to take a look at the damage. It Wasny to much said the Navy and announced the area was All quiet. The raid was evidence that the japs thought major Jimmy Doolittle and his Tokyo raiders had chinese declare 1,000 Gas attacks made by japs French face Rule of terror begin at an Early Date. He emphasized also the necessary chemicals were available in this country in quantities so that no shortage would develop. A chiefly a he said a we require i four of them. The caustic soda Washington june 6.�? a and the chlorine we will derive the office of facts and figures in from Salt. Ethylene we can get an interpretation of foreign Broad from of a re perhaps better still from Corn wheat or any agricultural waste or surplus by first Herb Valley Dies in crash Herbert Valley former radio technician with the Racine police department and formerly on the staff of technicians of station Wren was among 14 men killed june 4. When a bomber crashed into a Hillside three Miles Northwest of Hamilton Field calif., according to word received Here. Or. Valley resigned his position As radio technician Here in april 1941, to accept a Job with consolidated aircraft corporation which was in need of experienced men to handle radio work on planes being delivered to England. Or. Valley served aboard seaplane bombers heading from California to the East coast Bermuda and Honolulu prior to this country a Entrance into the War. Casts said today that Hitler is leaning closer to a Complete occupation and a Rule of terror in France to prepare a defense against a threatened second front. The off declared that the Gestapo previously favored such a course but that other German officials including Reich marshal girl tests Nylon Chute Hartford conn., june 6.�? up a As calmly As if she were stepping out on the porch to bring in the daily paper. Miss Adeline Gray red army attacks nazi Central front Moscow june 6. It on the grounds that Germany could not spare troops to patrol All up Washington june 6.�? or a the office of facts and figures today released the text of a chinese broadcast declaring that a no less a France. Than 1,000 Gas attacks were made a while Hitler at that time a Ger by the japanese. Ring five years Cepter the Goering theory there 1uw Nilu ills Ink Vlf raiders Lino iary s ent Al front army has lost of War. Are hints now in foreign broadcasts come from dutch Harbor about pc a Hun re a Antr men kill the broadcast the off said that Anglo american discussion of 2.000 Miles away. Mounded and eight tanks in was further proof of president a second front and the Rise of the attack on Midway found Foj a us a Sault. Upon red army Roosevelt s charge Friday that i anti nazi activities in France the defenders Alert for trouble c plating in their rear the Japan was using Poison Gas in Vio May bring a swung to the Gestapo and gave it right Back to the Jap information Bureau said to a Tion of International agreements. V1s�?T the of said anese. Many of the attacking. Or. Roosevelt promised that con a planes were knocked Down. The j0 action Quot a As one of series de tinted use of Gas would bring Fleet units of the enemy put Back f vim recen a in the area West american reprisals. To sea and w Ere set 0 a scow. In broadcast quoted by the upon by the u. S. Pacific Fleet pm airmen were credited with off the chunking radio said aching for a show Down fight. De 10two German planes a the chinese War communique converting it into alcohol. Texas alone can Supply us with All the Sulphur we shall Ever Thi Okol retreads he said should a stepped out of an air plane 2,000 it ,16 today great quantities he said and floated to Earth under a Nylon Gering a a counselled Hitler Quot against i probably will be earmarked for Parachute. It was the worlds first military use abolition of acc termed false saving Washington june 6. a a live test of a Parachute made with this fabric instead of silk. Lloyd Smith vice president and chief Engineer of the Pioneer Parachute company of Manchester which developed the Nylon a Chute Washington june 5.�? a salient statistics about the first six months of War u. S. Casualties As announced by the War and Navy departments including philippine scouts dead 4,330 wounded 2,941 missing 4.694. Does not include an estimated 35,000 american and filipino combatant troops on Bataan Peninsula Wien it fell and 10,307 service men on Corregidor. Japanese casualties believed much higher but no figures available. U. S. Fleet losses�?34 vessels including i battleship i Cruiser 9 destroyers 3 submarines and 20 assorted auxiliaries. Also 4 ships have been lost accidentally and 3 army ships have been lost. No data on u. S. Ships damaged. 250 merchant ships. U. S. Merchant ship losses about 250 United nations and latin american merchantmen i sunk by Axis submarines in Western Atlantic 190 sinking officially announced by Navy in eluding 115 u. ships. Axis submarines sunk by u. S. Forces at least 23 in Atlantic and Caribbean 7 in Pacific. Japanese sea losses inflicted by u. S. Forces�?134 ships sunk including 44 warships 34 ships probably sunk including 13 warships 93 ships damaged including 46 warships total 261. U. S. Plane losses no figures available. Japanese planes destroyed by u. S. Forces at least 905, including an estimated 400 destroyed by i avg fliers in China 90, by Gen. I Douglas Macarthur forces in j Australia 295 by Navy units and 120 by army. Also scores presumably destroyed on ground by bomber raids but not officially claimed. Vast appropriations. Made available by Congress in appropriations or authorizations since dec. 7 for the war�?$102,-106,000,000. This makes a total of $166,000,000,000 since the defense program started in june 1940. Expended by the government since dec. 7 for the wrar�?$17,106,-000,000 since the defense program started $30,614,000,000. Government commitments since dec. 7, in contracts or other forms for the war�?$72,603,000,000 since june 1940. $120,000,000,000. A by United press Washington june 6. A we have been losing major military Battles of this w a but we Are beginning now to win the Battle of production. That Means that wre definitely Are turning the Comer town Ard ultimate military Triumph on land on sea and in the air. Victory is not yet in sight. But it is there. That is about How things shape up after our first do months of w a which will end this week. A Wise old Soldier told the United press that if we must lose any part of the War we had better lose the first part not the last. That was the Wray we won world War i. In six months we have been hard hit and Hurt. More bad news from the military fronts must be expected before our swelling ranks of men and machines of War Bear crushingly on the Axis in All out non Stop hit Mem with the ring posts offensives. Washington cautions against the delusion that the War can be won and ended quickly. It is a Long haul Job. Here is the picture in detail the Story As Best it can be fathered from sources in touch with All phases of the War Effort War production. American War production is ahead of schedule. Undersecretary of War Robert p. Patterson says that our arms production is running ahead of our shipping facilities. He warns that not All production problems have been solved. We Are just beginning to win the production Battle. We Haven to won it yet. But Washington All of Washington says we will. There Are painful scarcities of raw materials notably rubber Copper and tin. Programs of sub station and conservation ration Inge Are being undertaken firmly and doggedly to minimize the Cost of our Lack of foresight. Manufacturing of automobiles and Many other products a a a essential to the peace time life of the nation has ended for the duration. We Are producing More air planes each month than during All of 1939. The rate has passed 3,500 per month and it in going up Way up. Patterson says president Roosevelt a goal of 60,000 planes by the end of this year will be surpassed. Next years goal is 125,000. Tank and ammunition production keeps Pace with the output of planes. There Are 53,400,000 gainfully employed outside military establishments. About 10,790,000 of us turn to Page 6, col. 3. J administration leaders said today a. that declared after the test that As much Progress in the development of v. A a we to a in a i by Quot i i Quot i a a a 1 we Cha a Villi 141 la Liv tails of the Battle still Are not Elcel 111 and a junkers 88 has reported two major Gas at available but it appears that a vie onnai5 Sance Craft by ramming tacks by the japanese on the Che tory for the americans has been 1 he latter yielded valuable Docu Kiang front on May 26. Attempt written in the books ments a communique reported. Servers Are studying this great mid Pacific Battle on the very anniversary to the very Day of the Jap Stab in Pearl Harbor a Back six months ago. Reich on suicide Trail says attorney Biddle that abolition of the civilian conservation corps would be a false Economy which would not save the government any Money. They predicted that president Roosevelt would be forced to re flying tigers kill 200 japs along Salween River chunking China june 6.�? up a the flying tigers of the american Volunteer group fighting in southwestern China killed More than 200 japanese soldiers Friday along the West Bank of the Salween River in Yunnan province and along the Burma Road by bombing and strafing it was announced officially today. During the month of May the communique added the avg shot Down 24 enemy Pursuit planes in Aerial combat four More were probably shot Down and 35 were destroyed on the ground. The avg lost six planes five pilots were killed and shot Down and 35 were destroyed on the ground. The off also pointed to further reports that Pierre Laval Hitler dominated chief of the Vichy gov.,. Ern ment May lose his Job through Congress for additional funds failure to bring Vichy completely for the a Quot anal ,nrp5 into the Axis ing a forced crossing of the Sian River near Kien Teh three japanese planes showered Gas bombs on chinese positions while land batteries hurled Gas shells on the Chattanooga Tenn june 6 defenders with one third of them j _ out Germany entered the falling victims to the inhuman at governor proclaims go. A Home stretch of a suicide Trail i of cd chinese defenders of Pat Etc Liioi r rut ii is in that time the u. S. Has not april 27 when the Reich Stag voted double Flag tribute Adolf Hitler the Nowr in Mick town on the morning of Alay 22. Yet set foot on enemy territory and v f punish i a a in com t c my j every German without regard to for the National Forest service should the Senate join the House in this seconded a prediction from voting to Des Ray acc. This action a highly competent observer Here they said it would be a a he Only Friday that lava May be dropped by Hitler. This observer said also leaders quietly rallied their that Many of the French people forces in the Senate in an attempt Hitler using pressure on finns Hull avers Washington june 6.�? Nylon had been made in the past i Secretary of state Cordell Hull . Nylon Nau Koen Indue in my y i. I one enemy bomber three observe two years As was made in silk for asked about the recent visit of parachutes in 20 years. Adolf Hitler to Finland said to the attractive miss Gray pm Day it apparently represented a played by the Pioneer concern As a i a desperate attempt to bring Fin rigger. Is 24 years old and has land further nto the Axis military made 33 jumps. Campaign. Were ready to form one of the to obtain votes for a $75,818,000 largest fifth columns in history appropriation for the corps. The we Hen the invasion is made House by a Teller vote of 158 to sugar bulges warehouses rations to stay the same Washington june 6.�?up a 121 upheld its appropriations com u Are bul ing the Mittee in eliminating this sum from the labor Federal Security Bill. Has not yet scored a major Victory to compare with the loss of Singapore. The Philippines the dutch indies and Burma. But there Isnit a person in the i country who Isnit firm in his be Lief that the u. S. Is winning the w Are but definitely. Ifs the War of production that Uncle Sam is winning they All say their a duly acquired attorney general Francis Biddle said today. He told the Tennessee bar association the German people by surrendering those rights had plunged themselves into the a last ugly phase of their Cycle of self enslavement the phase of Complete. The broadcast declared that a with no adequate Protection against such inhuman warfare the chinese have suffered considerably w Hen subjected to Gas Madison. June 6. A a a double tribute to the stars and stripes in Wisconsin was proclaimed today by gov. Julius p. Heil As he designated june 14 Washington june 6.�? up a the House decision to liquidate the depression born civilian conservation corps raised today the likelihood that the army would turn to conscientious objectors and paid and that alone will make Hitler undisguised despotism raid on Naples Rome from italian broadcast june 6.�? up a the Raf As Flag Day and june 8-14 As Flag labor increasing numbers for its week 6 w Ork battalions at military can a was we have United in the past i torment so to build a mighty America out of i pioneers who came Here from i added swastikas Many lands so today we join with Oshkosh june 6.�? up a an beg for mercy from thousands of bombers and Hirohito plead for sur cease from the inexorable grip which Macarthur eventually put on him. A from now on Adolf hitlers will a and what is More tragic for the raided Naples and its environs last United nations on every continent inspector in a War goods Plant night setting fires and also to fight for the age old human. Dropped flares on the prov Ideal of Freedom a Heil said and German people his intuitions Ince of Littorio the italian High j urged private and Public display will supersede All was Biddle command communique announced of a the glorious Symbol during added i today. Flag weak. Warehouses in some areas but done to expect More for your sugar bowl. Storage space has been almost exhausted in some areas office of Price administration sources said. In the Midwest Large Industrial Consumers have been using up their pre rationing stocks a prerequisite to getting replenishment. In the East demand for refined sugar has been much slower than estimated but picked up in the last week. On the West coast ships have been unload Ling hawaiian Here has lost his Job because the sugar at a rate far higher than an police were informed he painted swastikas on articles made at the factory. The police questioned his and released him tick rated on the outbreak of War in the Pacific. This might be expected to pres age liberalized sugar rations but plies. Officials said emphatically that it does no to. Total supplies Are still not far out of line with their estimates and a certain amount of stockpiling is healthy rather than otherwise. In the Grain Center of Minneapolis and some other spots the apparent oversupply was caused by the fact that food processors and other big users had larger stocks than anticipated. These will be exhausted soon and the Mills will be Back in the Market for their full allocations. Demand will go up shortly it was anticipated because Winter wheat will be coming in this month and next and Spring wheat in August. The processing of these an other grains will absorb a considerable part of the sugar sup Tion planes and two transports also w Ere reported shot Down. The american fliers also destroyed 67 enemy trucks partly destroyed la More and smashed one enemy tank the report said. Raaf confirms sinking of 8th Jap sub Melbourne june 6.�?cj.rv�? japanese losses in their submarine offensive against the australian America Supply line Rose to eight today As the Royal australian air Force confirmed that it Sank one of the undersea raiders off the East coast. In turn for their losses the japanese had sunk Only two merchantmen and a Small floating depot converted from an old ferry boat. The Raaf accomplishment occurred Friday the announcement said when a bomber sighted a submarine travelling at Periscope depth. It dropped four bombs set off heavy explosions and a flood of Oil bubbled to the surface. Gen. Douglas Macarthur earlier announced the sinking of the second merchantman an australian vessel which went Down off new South Wales state apparently with 38 of its Crew of 43

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