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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 14, 1942, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday bulletin vol. 13, no. 5racine, wis., sunday june 14, 1942. To pages the world last week condensed from associated Frew and United press dispatches Row monday Jane s. In through sat urday june is. Jin report yanks raid Rumania Oil Fields a gop chances in 42 hinge to poll turnout Light vote works to advantage of republicans View by Paul Freye Welcome to Ireland whereas sergeant York a shouted an Irish Dock Foreman. A a he la be along later a answered an american Soldier from the rail of one of the big transports which had just docked at a port in Northern Ireland. His reply told in a saturday news dispatch on the arrival of More u. Troops and equipment in Europe probably described How he Felt about striking at the nazis in Europe. Great Britain Russia and the United states have another Way of describing it. They reached a full understanding with regard to the urgent tasks of creating a second front in Europe in 1942.�?� those words were the Climax of a Long trip by Vyacheslav Molotov foreign affairs commissar for the soviet states a trip which took him from Moscow to London then to Washington for a secret visit of one week from May 29 to june 4, then Back to London and Home to i of voters which has been evidenced Helsinki claims British land at Murmansk to open 2d front enemy forces sighted at Kiska by Mezinis Bernard Thompson by Maline nor Bert Pfeiffer by Maline Norbert Thorsen by Rahns Joseph Tomasek by Hollywood Fred Helm by Charles Donald Frost by Rahns Jack Moorman by Charles Kenneth Poulsen by George Gallup director am Ritin Institute of Public opinion Princeton n. J., june 14.�? there is another spectre besides the War keeping democratic leaders awake nights As the november elections near. That spectre is the Low turnout Moscow. He accomplished much besides that a full he got lease lend agreements from the u. And signed a 20-year Mutual assistance pact with Britain. Russia has re affirmed itself with in All recent elections. When the turnout is Low the republicans usually stand to Benefit because a higher proportion of their ranks take the trouble to vote. That is one reason Why the gop j has done so Well in the special i by Maline Britain and the u. On the Post elections held during recent months War basis of the Atlantic charter thus his trip not Only provided somewhat for the Means of winning the War but also what the victors would do after the War. That news came thursday. On Jim Varley by Rahns Albert sack by Charles Pant Lange by Charles David Schlender by Charles Royce Aiello by Charles Herb Felgenhauer by Charles George Olsen by Maline Howard Manchester to fill House vacancies. The average turnout in those elections was Only about 40 per cent of Normal. May gain seats. If this same voting indifference Friday col. V. Britton the anon prevails in november the demo Mous gentleman who leads most of the spies and saboteurs of Europe revealed in an interview that Europe a vast underground a for Victory army was ready now to Rise up and strike. Crafts will have a major political problem on their hands for it would give the republicans a Good Chance of holding their own or possibly of gaining a few seats in Congress. However gop chances to win a major Victory or to take lloy. She opened up like a vol control of Congress As they did in canc a said one american 1918, would seem Remote at this dive bomber about his feat of time. Dropping a bomb squarely on an one month ago the institutes aircraft Carrier in the Battle of the first preview poll of the election Coral sea May to. Showed that if the voting had been a it was a better show than a held at that time the division of world series game a said another american dive bomber about the great sea Aerial Battle off Midway Island which finished a week ago saturday. Those big Battles one in May and the other in june proved to be decisive victories for the americans victories which will cause the japanese to hesitate quite a while before sending a Fleet at Allied territory. Total score of ships lost by the japs was 51 sunk or damaged in both Battles. For the u. S., four were sunk and one seats in the House would be 306 democratic 124 Republican and 5 minor party or an overwhelming democratic majority. Hopeful Factor. The most hopeful Factor from the Republican Point of View is that the rank and file of democratic voters show less interest in the election at the present time than the Republican voters do. The Institute has just completed High schools graduate 25 Carrier salesmen Twenty five Racine journal times Carrier salesmen brought to a close their High school careers this month when they were graduated from Washington Park William Horlick and St. Catherine High schools. The following boys have completed their secondary courses District no. I Louis Sherman manager Santo Recupero 908 Center Street Jack Moorman 843 College Avenue Jack Chapman 839 Racine Street Paul Lange 934 Wisconsin Avenue William Thielen 1017 grand Avenue Wil it Ham Kowalsky 1339 grand Avenue James Varley 1245 grand Avenue Don Braz dons 605 English Street Herbert Felgenhauer seven planes forced Down in Turkey bomb Bays empty Ankara Turkey june 13.�? . A a Force of at least seven great four motored United states planes have carried out a Large scale bombing raid Over rumanian Oil Fields it was reliably reported Here today. There was no official confirmation from any Quarter of the Mission on which the bombers had been but seven of them were forced Down in Turkey at least four by anti aircraft fire. There were indications that the big planes had been Over Southern Europe and were attempting to get to British controlled Syria. Three of them landed in Southern by Hollywood Jack Chapman by Mezinis Robert Carls by Mezinis Don Brandzen by Maline Bill Kowalsky by Rahns Bui Thielen 4 or. 15014 Munroe Avenue Albert sack jr., 1844 Blake Avenue Fred Helm jr., 1104 Park Avenue Gene Bernhardt 1001 grand Avenue. District no. 2 Harry Rarick manager Kenneth Poulsen 3208 Kinzie Avenue Royce Aiello 1829 Holmes Avenue David Schlender a test of the relative interest of 1251 Arthur Avenue Donald voters in the fall elections and it damaged. Those of the u. That finds that among those persons who voted for Willkie in 1940, 71 per cent say they Are interested in the coming congressional election while among 1940 Roosevelt voters 66 per cent Are interested. What turnout May mean. The difference appears Small on the surface. But it can play a vital were sunk included the aircraft Carrier Lexington largest and oldest in the world which went Down from explosions of its own torpedoes after being bombed May to in the Coral sea. It was a Light Price to say observers because one Battle halted a possible invasion of Australia Frost 1519 Packard Avenue Bernard Thompson 912 Munroe Avenue George Olsen 719 Blaine Boulevard Norbert Pfeiffer 2809 Twenty first Street Howard Manchester 1820 Flett Avenue and Norbert Thorsen 1536 Quincy Avenue. District no. 3 John Ohmer manager Robert Carls 2021 Charles Street Joseph Tomasek 1725 St. Clair Street Edward Ernst Hitler chooses wild West stories written by German to read in bed .4. To j ,. Part in the outcome of the election. And the cutting of United nation the last congressional election that 1224 Summit Avenue Supply lines and the other or of 1940, was so close in Many areas vented an invasion of the hawaiian that even a Small drop n Dean islands. Cratic strength could shift Many the a a lonesome spot this Side ats from democratic to re pub i of Well in i i llc3n there Are for example 53 demo the japs have it but they May not have it Lone cratic seats in the House which were won by majorities of 50 through 55 per cent of the major party vote. A Low democratic turnout at the polls in those areas might easily jeopardize democratic control of ifs the Island of Attu westernmost of the Aleutian islands stringing out from Alaska. Ifs 769 Miles West of dutch Harbor. Wednesday the japs said that they had landed in the aleutians i Suph marginal seats. But the u. Army said not definitely not. But the Navy revealed the Attu foothold for the enemy saturday and said that planes were combing the islands for other possible invasions. Thus the japanese at last found a Good excuse for being turned Back in the Battle of Midway they said it was to create a diversion while the Northern attack was being accomplished. Juhe germans started attacks on the primaries. Primary elections thus far have shown a Low total turnout. In the three largest states which have held primaries thus far Illinois Pennsylvania and Iowa the total turnout has been about 30 per cent under the comparable 1938 mid term primaries. In Pennsylvania 36 per cent of registered republicans voted but Only 29 per cent of registered democrats. In Luzerne county i j. A a alone which constitutes the twelfth i Pennsylvania congressional District 45 per cent of registered republicans participated in the gop primary last month As against Only 29 per cent of registered democrats in the democratic primary. City machines. In explaining the greater Republican turnout politicians Are inclined to talk in terms of a a pro Linin Northwest of Moscow at Bryansk Southwest of Moscow at Kharkov the Fate to the Ukraine and at Sevastopol key naval base of the Crimea and Gate to the caucasus. At least two of the attacks softened up the defense enough it appeared and by weeks end the Nafis were at the throats of Kharkov and Sevastopol in an All out Effort to wipe out soviet resistance test vote against the party in in those sectors. Power. Actually scores of surveys i _. Have shown that people in the n Libya the Battle took a turn higher educational and income lev toward the advantage of the Els Are nearly always More inter Axis. The Southern end of the ested in National politics than peo British line defended by free pie in the less educated and lower French fell to the panzers Friday income Levels. It takes a dramatic and by saturday the nazis had and Campaign fight Between a Roose Vance to within to Miles of besieged Obruk. Tun to Page 9, cot i British reveal loss of sub Olympus London june 13.�?oi.b�?an admiralty communique tonight disclosed loss of the British submarine Olympus of the 1,475-ton Odin class. The ship had a complement of about 50. Plant election Washington june 13�?upv�? the labor relations Board announced today it had ordered an election among production and maintenance workers of the Bucyrus Erie company Erie pa., to determine collective bargaining representatives. District no. 4, Harold Casper St. Rita. Biographical sketches. A Brief biographical sketch of each boy follows Santo Recupero Park High member of school Rifle club started Selling papers in 1934 plans to be a machinist. Jack Moorman St. Catherine a manager of football basketball and boxing teams for three years carried route on College Avenue for 14 years. Jack Chapman Park High member of Spanish and commercial Art clubs carried Wisconsin Avenue route for 14 years interested in doing clerical work. Paul Lange Park High band member for three years and representative on student Council carried Park Avenue route for 14 years plans to take a pre medical course at the University of Wisconsin. William Thielen St. Catherine a member of the band for three years carried papers on South main and Lake Avenue for six years. William Kowalsky Park High carried Washington Avenue route for two years. Received highest Honor. Jim Varley Park High carried grand Avenue route for 4 4 years and sold papers on Street Corner for one year before getting a route was the second Carrier Salesman in Racine to be awarded the too per cent medal highest Honor a newsboy can receive. Don Braz dons Park High member of Washington Park choristers carried papers on Mead Street for one year and on South turn to Page 8, cot i to by Frederick c. Oechsner copyright 1942, by United press new York june 13.�?adolf Hitler frequently reads himself to sleep with wild West stories written by a German who never visited America. Acter is old shatter hand a scout who goes through the customary Frontier exploits. Marshall Hermann Goering presented Hitler with a Complete set of the May stories bound in vellum and placed in a special Case usually one or to of the the author is Karl May who volumes Are missing from the Case has written scores of american Indian stories. His leading Char cooking school opens monday pert trim mrs. Madeline Day Home economics authority known both in the United states and Canada will be in Racine june 15 and 16 to conduct the nation wide Home making school under sponsorship of the journal times at the Uptown theater. To help both the Bride and the experienced housewife face the culinary problems created by the War mrs. Day will stress economical sensible Well balanced Vitamin Laden meals which can be hastily prepared with a minimum of time and ingredients. Time saving Menas. Mrs. Day will not Only stress Money saving menus but Tim saving recipes As Well. Each recipe will be carefully explained and each finished dish will be shown to the audience in the Parade of foods at the conclusion of each session. The preparation of the foods on the stage will be plainly visible to the audience by Means of a Large lighted Mirror swung Over the work tables. The stage itself will be transformed into a Well lighted modern Kitchen Complete in every detail. Five free gifts will be Given to every woman attending and there will also be three sets of Sterling Silver As special prizes in addition to 700 grand prizes which will include carpet sweepers cosmetic sets pyrex utensils flour sifters. Racine grocers Are co operating in the school and Are offering discounts on numerous Staple nationally advertised items in connection with the school and Are to be found in Hitler s bedroom in a Small bedside Bookcase that has a Green curtain. 7,000 military books. His personal Library contains roughly 16,300 books kept id Berlin and at Obe Salzberg. They May be divided generally into three groups. First the military Section containing some 7,000 volumes including the campaigns of Napoleon the prussian Kings the lives of All German and prussian potentates who Ever played a military role and books on virtually All of the Well known military campaigns in recorded history. There is Theodore Roosevelt a Book on the Spanish american War also a Book by Gen. Von Steuben who drilled our troops during the american revolutionary War. Bromberg when he was War minister presented Hitler with 400 books pamphlets and monographs on the United states armed forces and he has read Many of these. The military books Are divided according to countries. Those which were not available in German he has had translated. Many of the books especially on Napoleons campaigns Are extensively marinated in his own handwriting. There Are exhaustive works on uniforms weapons Supply mobilization the building up of armies in peacetime morale and ballistics. In fact there is probably not a single phase of military knowledge ancient or Modem which is not dealt with in these 7,000 volumes and quite obviously Hitler has read Many of them from cover to cover. Artistic subjects. The second Section of some 1,500 to 1,600 books covers artistic subjects such As architecture the theater painting sculpture which after military subjects Are hitlers chief interest the books include works on surrealism and Dada ism although Hitler has no time for this Type of Art one of his ironical marginal notes could be roughly translated a Modem Art will revolutionize the world of yeah baloney a in writing these marginal notes Hitler never uses a Fountain pen but an old fashioned pen or an indelible Pencil. In drawers beneath the Book turn to Page 7, col. I Quezon to join in ceremony Washington june 13.�? . A the White House announced today that adherence of both the philippine Commonwealth and Mexico to the United nations declaration will be proclaimed in ceremonies at the White House sunday. It had been announced previously that Mexico new at War with the Axis would join the compact but it had not been Clear whether the Philippines common wealth could adhere As a full partner. White House Secretary Stephen t. Early said he did not know in just what manner Philippines president Manuel Quezon would affiliate his government in exile with the United nations. A but he will participate in the ceremony a Early added. A both Mexico and the Philippines will join the United ceremonies will be in Observance of Flag Day and also the first United nations Day. Representatives of the original 26 United nations and Quezon and mexican ambassador Castillo Majera will be received by president Roosevelt. On May 9 president Roosevelt called upon americans to tribute on june 14 not Only to the american Flag but also to the colors and Peoples of All the United nations. The ceremony will be held in the afternoon in the East room of the White House. Later in the Day president Roosevelt a voice will be heard for five minutes on a nation wide radio Hookup. 414 Complete defense course Racine a first civilian defense a a graduation will be held at memorial Hall monday at 8 p. In. When 414 persons receive their certificates and Arm bands indicating they have successfully completed their training course. Certificates will be awarded to the following staff corps miss Linda Bartz 2405 Green Street mrs. Marshall Beaugrand 624 William Street Norman a. Botsford 201 sixth Street Don Burton. 3008 Olive Street mrs. Rex Capwell 1334 Wisconsin Avenue it. Evjen 418 Lafayette Avenue Matthew Flynn 1504 Arthur Avenue Don Gebhardt 807 Blaine Avenue Arthur Gruhl 1417 Quincy Avenue capt. Walter Haight 1629 Wisconsin Avenue Wilbur Hansen 320 tenth Street Homer Heeter 943 Washington Avenue Jacob Heim 1212 Superior Street Emil Kuester 401 West Boulevard. Benjamin Lahr 3501 Lindbergh Avenue mrs. John Lange 1605 West sixth Street miss Zella Larimer Racine Relief station m. Thomas Lucareli 1014 Lay a d Avenue George a. Noe 311 Augusta Street William l. Peterson 1342 Cleveland Avenue mrs. Royal place 423 tenth Street f. F. Rogers 1649 Holmes Avenue her Tel Saugman 215 sixth Street mrs. Harold Sporer 1319 South main Street i. F. Thompson City Tarn to Page 7, col. 5 Man survives mass killing Boston june 13.�?oj.rwan Masaryk vice Premier and foreign minister of the czechoslovakian government in exile disclosed Here today that he has a a reliable information that one Man escaped alive from Lidice the tiny town near Prague where the nazis reportedly massacred every Man. A there is Good reason to believe a Masaryk told the United press a that the Man in question is now trying to make his Way to England so that he can give the world an eyewitness account of the horrors at Karasyk said that he got his report from czech sources in London and hinted that it originated in Prague. A your government in London has been Able to maintain excellent communications with Prague a he said. Details of the Many a reported escape Are lacking the czech statesman said a but there is reason to believe that the world will be Given the details Karasyk believed that when nazi vengeance squads swarmed into Lidice a Village of 1,200 inhabitants which was accused of harbouring the assassins of rein hard Heydrich the Man in question May have been on the outskirts of the town. Old glory flown through seven wars celebrates 165th anniversary today born sewn by Betsy Ross ofter design by w o s b i Egton s t o is and stripes were adopted by Congress Jane 14, 1777. One Star bos been added to original 13 for each slate. Recognized Salute to Amer Mil a con Fleet off q u i b e r o a France feb. 14, 1778. Was first recognition of flog by foreign i o v e r Ament. Olm foul Jones commanded the Fleet enshrined Francis Scott key wrote an to h e in Quot Star spangled Banner Quot after seeing All night bombardment of it. Mchenry in 1814 while held prisoner on British ship. Defended in civil War according to famed legend a r b a r a f r i e t Chia refused to lower flog of Southern troops marched into Frederick my. Whittier poem Modo Story the. Travelled Flag has gone to ends of world. In 1909 Peary planted of d glory at North Polo of Symbol of Dis Cater. I Twenty years z later Byrd car Zried Flag to South pole. Undaunted at Manila said Gen. Macarthur Quot Toko every other Normal precaution but lot s keep flog flying twice shot Down at corridor flog was quickly placed again on fort. Turkey one at Diyarbakir a town in Southeastern Anatolia province Only 20 minutes flying time from the syrian Border. Reliable reports said that the bomb Bays of All the planes were empty. The fliers were housed in a fashionably Villa at Reci Oren on the outskirts of Ankara. The Villa belongs to recep Peker a member of the turkish parliament. Allies make gains on main sea fronts by United press american armed forces sought to break a japanese foothold in Aleutian Island outposts today following striking successes in both the Pacific and the Atlantic oceans. Although enemy forces landed on Rocky Attu Island and were sighted at Kiska some 700 Miles West of dutch Harbor dispatches from the worlds Battle fronts indicated important Progress in Allied operations on both major sea fronts and a report from Finland asserted that British forces had landed at Murmansk to open a new fighting front in the Arctic. The Helsinki reports failed to make Clear immediately what kind of a new front the British were supposed to help open in the Arctic sector. It was recalled that reports from Helsinki in the past regarding British actions had been premature or inaccurate. Vital Supply port. The germans recently have been attempting to swing the finns into More extensive operations against Russia in the far North where nazi squadrons vainly pounded at Murmansk and Allied ships arriving there tot weeks. Moscow reported that the German air offensive however had died Down this week due to heavy nazi losses. Murmansk is vital to Russia As a Supply port for american and British War goods. Any British forces landed there presumably would be intended to Aid in its defense or to strike toward the finnish port of Petsako. On the Ocean fronts developments included Atlantic a arrival of new ref contingents in Northern Ireland completed three months of intensive operations against enemy submarines during the which the United states Navy avoided loss of any of the thousands of american and Canadian troops taken with vast equipment to the european a a invasion front. Forced southward. United press correspondent Leo s. Disher who accompanied convoys across the Atlantic reported that Allied operations had stemmed the a boat danger not Only in the North Atlantic but along the american coast forcing the enemy submarines southward to the Caribbean area. Pacific naval experts reported that crippling blows had been dealt to the japanese sea offensive Power in the Battles of Midway and the Coral sea which boosted to 61 the number of enemy warships sunk since the War started. The japanese losing three or four aircraft carriers off Midway have now had a heavy percentage of their carriers put out of action. These encouraging but by no Means decisive results of naval operations coincided with heavy fighting on land in Libya Russia and China where the Axis had seized the initiative on All three fronts. Axis presses attack. Developments included russian Axis pressed three Day attack on besieged naval base of Sevastopol where great numbers of air planes tanks and infantry were thrown against narrow sectors. Moscow admitted some enemy gains but Berlin re ports that the russians were defending a the worlds most modern Lista a Axis forces attacked 15 Miles from Obruk but suffered heavy casualties As British Tanka and planes struck Back. China a chinese forces advanced along East Bank of Kan River and renewed attacks in Nan Chang but japanese led by Strong air bomber squadrons continued pounding at Railroad defences in Chekian province. Rob Post office Odanah wis., june 13�? apr robbers broke into the Post office Here during the night blew open the Safe and escaped with More than $100 in Cash and an undetermined amount of Stamps end mail postmaster Carl Madaj said today

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