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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 28, 1942, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday bulletin vol. 13, no. 7racine, wie., sunday june 28,1942. To pages \ the world last week by foul Freye a a a Oming operations of the United nations a will direct German strength from the attack on that s the Gist of a joint statement by president Roosevelt and prime minister Churchill made saturday morning just after the British Leader had returned to London to plan his debate against criticism by britons on the week s reverses in Libya. The statement closely followed word from official sources that United states air units had arrived in England to join the Raf in Germany still chief enemy Public thinks emphasis on front in Europe strikes responsive chord second front Prospect mounts by George Gallet director America Institute of Public opinion. Princeton. N. J., june 27.�? Gen. Ritchie relieved of command report leaders Issue statement to reassure reds United nations Promise action to offset Axis gains the Prospect for a second front Johannesburg South Africa Day pressed battering attacks Jupe 27.�? a Lieut. Gen. Neil against Axis desert columns that m. Ritchie today was reported re advanced through a screen of despite the japanese attack on lived of command of the British British Mobile units to within a Midway Ard the landings on the eighth army in Egypt. Few Miles of the main Allied de combined bombing operations aleutians the typical american Ritchie succeeded Gen. Sir Alan sense base of Madruh on the Egv Gamst Germany and its occupied continues to believe that Germany Cunningham As commander of the Tian coast. Territory. Rather than Japan is the nation s eighth army after Cunningham a j enemy armoured forces and air naturally the nature of the no. I enemy. offensive threatened to bog Down planes on the ground were heavily a coming operations which Are de although there has been an in in Libya. Attacked West of Madruh by the signed to Aid the russians could crease since december in the feel Ritchie carried the drive for Raf which recently has had the not be disclosed. The joint state ing that the japs May be the Ward against the nazi forces of co operation of the United states ment is the Best news that the two greater menace twice As Many marshal Erwin Rommel but later air corps in raids on Axis Supply against the Axis mounted when leaders could reveal in an Effort to people Label Germany the main was forced to fall Back from bases. The United states and great Brit take the disheartening chill off the threat today. Benghazi and finally was defeat a a enemy troops advancing on i Ain moved to relieve attacks on spirited dash by Germany a Field however As a great Axis pincer de in furious fighting Southwest of Madruh and Mes Heifa were attack Russia and China and to offset Marshall Rommell into Egypt and movement against the United naj Obruk opening the Way for the de with Success on Friday a the enemy gains in the Battle for the bloody assault of the nazis on tons threatens through the Middle Axis drive 125 Miles into Egypt. Communique said. Perhaps a Egypt. The Strong Southern positions of East and the Indian Ocean an in one of the youngest British score of enemy vehicles moving a the coming operations. The soviets which guard the Cau creasing number say they believe commanders Ritchie is 44 years old along the egyptian coast Road were will divert Gentian strength from Casus. The Jap and the German Are about and a Veteran of tank warfare in destroyed or damaged. The attack on Russia a president preliminary announcements for equal As enemies of the american the desert. Rommel a spearhead was report Roosevelt and prime minister the statement came thursday and people. Red 15 Miles West of Madruh. But Friday. The War department said time will Tell. Hammer Axis columns. Other enemy units were believed thursday that maj. Gen. Dwight history alone will determine Cairo june 28.�? or a British to be within la Miles of the British d. Eisenhower had been placed in which was the greater threat but bomber and fighter squadrons to base at a Point called Charing command of an american theater of operations in Europe with the continued popular belief that t j is Germany May have a direct Headquarters in London. This com effect u the to thiral and Miu. Mand differs from the previous t decisions that Are made in the american framing areas in the next few Crucia months the attitude of the country is revealed in a series of polls taken by the Institute at regular intervals since Pearl Harbor. The latest completed this week is on the question a which do you think is our no. British Isles. On Friday Roosevelt said that american War production was gaining its goals and that 4,000 planes had been turned out in May. He cited other production figures none of which he said could possibly give a said and Comfort to the a Nger and consternation raged in great Britain and touched also at the Allied world sunday when the news of the fall of Obruk came. An estimated 28,000 prisoners were taken by the Axis they said. On monday Rommel consolidated his gain and by tuesday was moving toward the egyptian Border. The German mechanized columns struck across the Border wednesday near Hal Faya pass and by thursday had of penetrated Egypt about 60 Miles. Jon Friday the swiftly paced pan Zers had advanced to within 15 Miles of Madruh the last vital Wehrle whips Lyn Lardner Cross to the Southwest where British tanks engaged them in minor operations. Late dispatches from the front failed to make Clear whether the main Battle Tad started although Winston Churchill said in a joint statement reporting that a the Over All picture is More favourable to Victory than it was either in August or december of last no specific mention was made of a second front in Europe but London disclosed that american air corps personnel Hal been a i it was generally believed that in j riving in the British Isles pre portent operations might be a1sum ably to take part later in already under Way. Axis Broad tacks on German War centers and least said that Rommel a attack British pressure for an invasion Wilfred Wehrle playing for the continued eastward and that con of Western Europe continued Kenosha country club Defeated tact had been made with the a Strong. I enemy in the War Japan or defending Champion Lyn Lardner Trah Garrison but gave no Indica Germany a the trend follows to mar. Dec. 4 a 1942 1941 believe Ger Many the chief enemy. 50% 47 64% believe Japan the chief enemy. 25 28 15 believe they Are equal threats. 23 23 15 undecided. 2 2 6 of Oconomowoc one up. In a saturday morning match of the Mil try club. Stress big Job ahead. The Roosevelt Churchill statement emphasized that a Treen Tion that a major assault had been launched by Rommel i the Rar Aho attacked enemy Dous task lies ahead of the United Waukee strict Golf tournament planes and motor transports at a nations but said that the picture being held at Meadowbrook coun Landing ground West of Madruh on the whole was optimistic in and hit at tanks and other vehicles regard to production and that Pacific coast sentiment. The surprising feature of today a poll is that even the Pacific coast. Area closest to the Pacific Battle stronghold where of appeared that front Vot. Germany the chief were a til and do enemy rather than Japan. The pro. By Pottis Quot voter fearful of juju Ehrle was one Down at the Between sodium and Madruh joint action was being undertaken end of nine holes but evened the seeking to break up the Axis sup to reduce the menace of nazi u boats in the Atlantic. Detailed discussions were held in regard to methods against Japan and for Relief of China they added. The statement was obviously designed to reassure Public opinion to satisfy russian Calls for match on the tenth when Lardner ply lines took a bogey six. Wilfred went one shipping in fee Mediterranean Down again on the fourteenth was attacked. With a bogey five but evened it up on the sixteenth. Wins with Birdie. Then Wehrle shot a neat Birdie enemy bombers attacked British positions Between Madruh and Al Daba to the East apparently to interrupt British reinforcements. Several German fighter planes in jul e Bri two on the Short 140 Yard seven and two junkers were shot Down. Direct assistance and to strength Teeth dropping his drive on the twelve British planes were miss in Churchill in next weeks Par is however somewhat higher along the Pacific coast than elsewhere As the following sectional results show Contact with the Madruh defences saturday. The biggest Battle of the desert and by All Odds the most decisive May be under Way now. Tittle re a motives were Clear. He was striking in Africa and also through Russia to get at the Rich Oil Fields of the Middle East. He was racing against time and against the promised second front of the allies. He had to Clear up the russian situation in the caucasus and tighten his lines elsewhere on the Eastern War front before turning Back to give his attention to England and the United states on the Western front. Canada parallel the american View to that end the nazi hoi Des on this Issue a recent poll by the Flung themselves against the Stout Canadian Institute of Public Opin defences of Sevastopol the Imper Ion found it a comparison of the Tant Black sea base of the soviets in the Crimea. The defences held shown below but advances were being made Yard by Yard at weeks end. But the Kharkov lines were holding also the russians barely managing to Check the invaders. The germans made gains but their Progress was slow and the fighting was extremely heavy. In Ger. Jap both dec. X. Eng. Amp m. At. 50% 26% 22% 2% e. Cent. 49 26 23 2 cent 52 26 21 i South 51 19 29 i Moun Tain 50 28 21 i Pac. Coast 45 31 21 3 the views of the people of Green and sinking a 15 foot putt j ing. To go one up on the defender they halved the eighteenth. The Winner posted a score of 37-36�?73 while the loser had a card of 36-38�?74. Other morning results follow Wally Kearns of Blu Mound Defeated Herman Lynch of Meadowbrook one up. Beauford Melik of Racine country club Defeated Sam trounced execution Ruskin of Brynwood three and two. Mike Bencriscutto of Racine country club beat Irv Vrana of Meadowbrook three and one. Japs execute 8 filipinos Liam entry debate on conduct of the War in general and the Libya defeat in particular. In North Africa the enemy desert army had pushed to within about la Miles of the main British base at Madruh where minor engagements were reported As Contact was made by mechanized a i units. The main Battle May Al the Axis for the first time an ready be started but so far no by United press spirit of 42 Johnny Wing of port Washington n. Y., finds plenty of ways to celebrate a noisy fourth of july despite wartime Lack of firecrackers. War restrictions added to Legal bars make it certain that this year s All american Holiday will be the safest and sanest in history. Johnny will still be Able to make a noise however even without giant firecrackers and roman candles. Stores throughout the country Are Well stocked with such favorite noisemakers As kazoos Squaw kers Clappers pop guns Drums horns and other miniature swing band equipment according to the toy manufacturers. Best of All in Johnny a eyes Are the pint size uniforms a to u. S. Army Navy Force. After All says Johnny who Waal firecrackers if he can be general Macarthur a. N u a. A a. A opa sanctions boost in rationed Gas Price Vav Lvi cd inc 4vu a ilk Hwu a vim pushed Back on several sectors the Mark drawn by their japanese conquerors suggesting that the japanese might be resorting to nazi like terrorist reprisals in occupied territory. The German Tran Ocean news Moscow dispatches however Agency in a dispatch from Tokyo said Liat s0iet counterattacks appeared to have stemmed the said that eight filipinos had been Axis Advance in the Ukraine. Executed june 23 at Manila for Dis counter blows and hand to hand Milwaukee june 27_ . Tributino anti japanese pamphlets fighting led by red Fleet marines attitudes of the two countries is Frank j. Kuhl collector of inter their offence was additionally a so bed be de lenses a a Sevastou Washington june 27.�? pm the increase effective monday of patriotic word of it has come from the an increase of 2 2 cents a gallon is expected to finance increased filipinos who had failed to toe desert front. In the retail Price of gasoline and costs of transporting Petroleum de 23 army fliers receive medals for Japan raid 20 cent bomb sight used in attack airmen reveal Washington. June 27.�?upi�? Twenty three army fliers who took part in the american raid on Japan last april 18, received distinguished flying crosses today at nearby Bolling Field. The airmen who returned to this country recently brought additional details of the havoc and confusion wrought by the raiders in attacking Tokyo and four other cities on april 18. They also disclosed that the secret Norden bomb sights were left behind because of risk they might fall into enemy hands. An improved bomb sight costing Only Twenty cents to make but adequate for hitting targets from the extremely Low altitudes at which the raiders flew was substituted in each of the planes. One plane piloted by major Charles r. Greening Tacoma wash., shot Down two japanese pursuers. Other fliers reported scoring hits on some of the relatively few fending planes which went into action. Base location a secret. A the Lack of Pursuit opposition the Lack of warnings Between cities and the inaccuracy of anti aircraft fire were factors which mystified and continued to mystify All who took part in the raid a the War department said in a statement prompted by the return of the fliers. No further Light was shed however on the location of a Shangrila a which president Roosevelt has said facetiously was the base for the attack. The decorations were presented by Lieut. Gen. Henry h. Arnold army air forces commander. Present for the ceremony was Brig. Gen. James h. Doolittle Leader of the spectacular expedition who was awarded the congressional medal of Honor by president Roosevelt on May 19. Three in Hospital. The fliers�?20 officers and three men returned to the United states for reassignment. Drivers warned to buy Stamps before july i Stem Ukraine Advance. A 2 cents a gallon for Ordinary do products into the gasoline ration in Russia some of the most Vio Mystic fuel oils and kerosene was ing area Lent fighting of the War was re approved for the Eastern Seaboard Price administrator Leon Hend i five others now in this country ported on the Kharkov front today by the office of Price admin Erson admitting that a Price in j were unable to appear for today a where the red army had been is ration. Creases of this sort have a bad Dis ceremony and will be decorated chief enemy Canadian american vote vote Germany 58% 50% Japan 22 25 no Dif Ference 13 23 undecided 7 2 the Canadian attitude exists in Nal Revenue Here announced that grave because the distribution was a relate vuly firm after three All persons who drive their cars line a out on Andrii ,9 weeks of intense Battle on or after july i must Purchase t a j Eapan be the Federal tax sticker birthday of the japanese emperor hired the Chekian province City Kuhl said he understood some Tran Ocean said. I of Lihui the last air base in that germans close Giraud incident extract Promise locating effect on the whole Cost later. Three Are now in the Wal situation of industries operating j ter Reed general Hospital Here under our ceiling a declared that convalescing from injuries suffer it was necessary to pass on the de in an aircraft Accident follow Price Rise to Consumers because of i ing the raid. The Lack of subsidy legislation. The War department said that a the office of Price adm Nistra mos be other members of the Hon is keenly aware of the inequity j raiding party Are still in combat Vichy june 27�? or a Gen of making Consumers of Petroleum. Zoo is Henri Honore Giraud has Given products Bear the entire cast of the people were hesitant about buying the sticker believing that possible gasoline rationing might preclude the use of their cars in a so fort added that any Driver us tactically immense air raids Canadian had been expecting some ing his car after Midnight. June on Germany was announced Fri sore of Jap thrust at Canadas West 30, would be obliged to obtain resumption of the almost fan spite of the fact that the average 4-ii a a a is i a three other filipinos were sen area rom which american Long. bombers might attack to tended to Long prison terms the ky0 it heavy fighting continued Agency added probably for the in the outskirts and same offence although that was scattered fronts. Not made Clear. I a Para Centary leaders discussed the dispatch indicated that the turn to Page col. I his word that he will do nothing submarine warfare against Tanker to impede Franco German Collar movement along the East coast oration and the germans now Henderson asserted consider his escape from a Ger. Own Hng and one Man prison Camp a closed Inci which am sure 1s widely shared a j Dent that the higher Cost of getting be on other i Giraud one of France its leading troneum to the East coast resulting Day. Approximately 1.300 big coast even before the shelling of the tax sticker. Liability for the filipino under found finally has turn to pare 7, col. 4 bombers smashed at the sea port of Bremen and left it in flames. Air Fields in Germany and in the lowlands also were attacked and 52 Wildcat strike ends bombers were lost. Aat Ohio pipe Plant at the end of the 29th week of a a american participation in the War the situation in the Pacific was quiet. On monday there had been news that the japanese had occupied the Island of Kiska in i the aleutians. At the same time a Jap sub shelled a Telegraph station on Vancouver Island and later shells were dropped on the Beach of the Northern coast of Oregon. Japanese planes buzzed around Purchase of the sticker has no reached dangerous proportions on bearing on gasoline rationing or the pattern of its european con other possibilities that would temporaries necessitating Public cause the Driver to Stop using his Nelson ass workers to stay on jobs july 4 military figures and a hero of the rom enemy action is an a Propri French people escaped from the a a charge against the Public treas fortress prison at Koenigstein in those decorated at Bolling Field included a Quot first lieutenants William m. Bower Ravenna Ohio Jack a. Simms co Pilot Kalamazoo Mich. Thomas c. Griffin navigator Chicago 111. Second lieutenants Charles j. Ozuk navigator Chicago 111. Richard e. Miller Bombardier automobile concluded the collector. T Washington june 27.�? a announcement of the ruthless Jap War production chief Donald m. April and made his Way to unoccupied France by Way of Switz Rennes. Erland. The germans have made j repeated efforts either to Force Vichy officials to return him or to get him to return voluntarily. Giraud has now retired to his Ury just As is the Cost of the patrol Eort w Ayne ind. Boats with which we sink the sub citation accompanying the decorations said the fliers were honoured for a extraordinary achievement while participating in a highly destructive raid on the japanese Mainland. Lorain Ohio june 27.�? or a striking workers at the National tube company voted at a mass meeting today to return to work Over the weekend ending a four russian girl wins heroic Warrior title prevent further resistance. Meanwhile underground activity jobs july minued in Europe. Lbs heard London radio broadcast that the 4,300 is july quota of state spa jobs Madison june 27.�? pm spa said a volunteered for this Mission each of the recipients it was anese executions in an attempt to Nelson today asked workers in War t inn he had production plants to keep at their. Sec Sjon with Otto Rahn employment in Wisconsin will be knowing full Well that the chances a jobs july 4 so a a they will be acting Adolf Hitler its personal negotiator i reduced by 4,300 jobs during july j Quot Huntr into continued in Europe. Lbs heard in a Spint thy of the men w o at oui ins it Lay 22. Pierre Laval i state administrator Mark Muthu t kill d re ring a gave this nation Liberty and inde j chief of government and Admiral i announced great skill and daring. Pendency. Francois Darlan commander in he fixed the quota for next specific targets. Moscow june 27.�? a a chief of police in a Brussels District the web chairman said that on chief Navy and army were month at 7,000 compared with la All those decorated will return Day walkout which has curtailed Ria Baida 23, today was named the had been executed because of col this Independence Day americans present a 300 jobs during june. Their hemp. T0 receive Addi production in the Plant s vital pipe most heroic girl Warrior of be elaboration in publishing an in could a pay proper Honor to our in a i a Elf spa workers continue to siege Sevastopol because she kill de ground newspaper. Freedom Only by working in de leave the payrolls for farm and tl0nal honors at local ceremonies the Berlin correspondent of the sense of that a fit a coct vol Van Industrial employment at the rate 4. Division. W Illiam f. Donovan District died 20 germans in Battle Rector of the United steel workers Maria was named a a hero of the Stockholm. Newspaper Dag bladet a your soldiers on the Battlefront a Lute at arli Natoll fat Aspi Evaita a in the last few disclosing further details of the Wutzl flu Usu uni0.n a maintenance soviet the first among a reported that the toll in reprisal of the world celebrate no Hob weeks we should be Able to strike raid with the return of this group port Darwin in Australia and at would return this afternoon growing number of women soldiers executions in Czechoslovakia since Days a Nelson said. A we at Home Washington june 27.�? the july average without any a the War department said five Jap port moresby in new zealand but pan or Man defending the fortress and was the assassination of Reichs protect dare not have a july 4 Holiday in a King Peter of Yugoslavia was bit Rary layoffs a Muth said. Anese cities were marked for the allies were there to Bounce a workers entering monday awarded the order of Lenin. Tor Reinhard Hydric had reach War production. Every factory Given a 21-gun Salute today As he through recent administrative bombing Tokyo Yokohama a them off and do some recon Ais n four hour Union meeting. Beginning War work As an army de 715, exclusive of the Slaughter which is making important simple placed a Wreath on the Tomb of j changes the Green Bay and Ash j Goya Kobe and Osaka Sance of their own. Macarthur or Caj real a Tel a a rank i to he nurse Maria volunteered for scout i of 250 at Lidice and untold Hun ments of War and where material the unknown Soldier at Arling land districts were abolished and objectives were tank armament Headquarters said Friday that Al r 1 a j1x1 o1 e h ii in Murray presi ing duty and displayed extra Ordi dress at Leaky czech towns is available should make this inde ton National cemetery. All project work now is being and aircraft factories steel plants lied planes had ranged Over a 2.000 mile front bombing timor Isle and also new Britain. Bar association elects Stevens Point attorney Madison june 27.�?of a Rich _ Ard t. Reinholdt of Stevens Point j was elected president of the state Utility group names Vear association of Wisconsin for \/2-� i the 1943-44 term it was announced Quot Rui Erce chairman Dent of both the Cio and the us nary bravery the citation said in which Murray said he had been informed the strike had violated the Union s contract with the u. S. Steel subsidiary. A insist at meeting the men return of work in conformity with provisions of the agreement a Murray wired. Wiped out by the germans. Bullets Fly As drug addict Battles police in bathroom a Mendence Day a Day of full product Tiow now is the 19-year-old Monarch was handled in Milwaukee and Madi machinery works formally greeted at the cemetery son. by Brig. Gen. John t. Lewis com i Mander of the Washington Mili j tary District. The ceremonies also \ included the playing of the yugoslav National Anthem by the army South Bend ind., june 27. Band. Federal judge Thomas w. Peter disclosed Friday that e. Ammon director of the state chemical Trust trials scheduled oct. 5 three states decide on local option fairs Madison june 27.�? up a Ralph powder factories and magazines Railroad Yards and sidings docks Oil refineries military arsenals and Power plants. Each plane had specific targets and flier after flier reported scoring direct hits from Low altitudes. Milwaukee june 27.�?up a a escaped without a scratch. He was a Jck today set oct. 5 for the a Draza Mihailovich elusive chief department of agriculture said. A a drug charged with being a habitual and Raign ment of 21 nationally known lain of yugoslav guerillas who Are today he had been advised that military Supply Bill Man charged with being a addict battled with police Early today in the confines of a tile extra rations Kansas Minnesota and Michigan had decided to hold their state fairs under a a local options policy advanced by the office of defense transportation. Ammon has scheduled a meeting excessive user of narcotics. Chemical corporations and 65 in combating an entire nazi army in policeman Harold Briers left Divi duals indicted by a Federal the mountains of their country Index Finger was seared by a grand jury Friday on charges of win be Given his nations highest today at the annual convention Madison june 27.�?up>�?dud walled bathroom while bullets fragment of one of the spattering impeding a the War Effort through Honor the rank of full general. K Ley Montgomery vice president of from his revolver ricocheted a bullets while officer Fred Klopp Price fixing and monopoly. A the Madison bus company was about the room. escaped from the wild affray with a Bond for each of the 65 Indi the election was held by mail elected chairman of the transport when his revolver was emptied a nicked Finger and scratched visuals indicted was set at $1,000. Asdot tation Section of the Wisconsin the two officers unharmed except wrist Otto Inglehart special assistant Renholdt was nominated by the utilities association today. Henry for minor scratches took him As the shooting took place in the to attorney general Francis bid associations Board of governors. He p. Bruner president of the a a police prisoner to a Hospital. West Side Home of Pfeil smother die who conducted the hearings extra gasoline when she explained Wisconsin state fair aug. 22-28. Was opposed by Lawrence j. Brody Cine motor coach lines was named the Man who did the shooting. His wife called police when he before the grand jury during the to the local Board that she required i Joseph b. Eastman director of of la Crosse who was backed by vice chairman. Members of the identified As Elmer Pfeil 52, re j became violent. Pfeil locked him past to Days said the trial prob a special automobile to travel from the Odt had recommended that a group of attorneys mainly from association met Here to discus tired finance company official by i self in the bathroom before offic ably would be held sometime next town to town As a carnival per j All fairs be cancelled because of Western Wisconsin. wartime transportation problems. 1 detective Cape Adolph Kame per Ere arrived. 1 Winter in South Bend. Former. She weighs 600 pounds. The tire situation. Chicopee mass., june 27.�? i of state farm groups in Madison a mrs. Dorothy blackball was for next tuesday to decide Wyeth granted a new rationing card for j or plans should proceed for the ready for Senate Washington june 27.�?upi�? a $42,820,000,000 military Supply Bill providing funds for the Purchase of 23,500 warplanes and the equipping of an army of 4,500,000 men was unanimously approved today by the Senate appropriations committee. The record breaking measure already passed by the House vote 352 to 0, is expected to go before the Senate monday

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