Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
8 Mar 1942

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
8 Mar 1942

Read an issue on 8 Mar 1942 in Racine, Wisconsin and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin.

Browse Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 8 Mar 1942 Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

Get started for free with a 7 day trial.

Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 8, 1942, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday a bulletin vol. 12, no. 43racine, wis., sunday March 8,1942. 8 pages the world last week condensed from United Prest and associated Prest dispatches from sunday March i 1942. Through saturday March 7, 1942.1 grown Man feels silly chasing around for Bike by Robert Myers Els then. A Victory Model but los Angeles March 7.�? to j i can Teu you they wont be very fancy there Are no trimmings on them. They re just built to take terms Given 17 members of Alky ring declare operations deprived u. S. Of. Million in taxes big sprawling City. A floor walk Milwaukee March 7.�? up her at one big department store it i can to get one. Seventeen members of a Bootleg looked a trifle pained when he it s been 25 years. Hmm. Illicit announced 1 one dealer had one Bike left q r r g h cd p de ill a we have sold our entire Stock but it was the Baloon tire Type stills in Southeastern Wisconsin be Auto rubber shortage you that sounded Good until he told were sentenced today 13 to fed me Why it had been passed up. Eral prison for conspiracy and a Salesman in the Back end of those balloon tires made it hard a i a m a a i town sans out Over the Telephone or to pump. Or so people violation of the internal revenues 1 a a no we Ain t got any More left a thought. Laws a 1 Hung up. A a they re All right though a the the prison sentences were in one wholesaler indirectly sex clerk assured. He casually mentioned something about inner tubes. A it seemed a Little silly me a grown Man chasing All Over town trying to buy a bicycle. After awhile it Wasny to so silly. It we As beginning to look futile. There did no to seem to be a bicycle for Sale in this entire great the rider where he wants to what no attached flashlight no Tail reflector no Case for tools that Ranger Model i used to want but the family afford had All kinds of gadgets on it i could get one now Only by Paul Freye i ant United states expedition Ary forces have been dispatched throughout the world to do Battle against the Axis. Wednesday came word of thousands of american troops landed in North Ireland to augment the big u. S. Base already established and manned there. Friday a British official revealed that a u. S. Naval base had been set up in Eritrea in Eastern Africa. Saturday a news dispatch to London told of an enormous Fleet a composed of Many separate fleets a was on its Way to the Southwest Pacific. News of the troops to Ireland posed on those who stood trial planned the abruptness of this and came at the same time that the last month and were British were promising to resume by a Federal court jury. The weve had met to too Calls inner tubes in Bic. Cie tires. Heavy bombing of Germany with other four pleaded guilty and today for bicycles. We have two sure. Thy 11 r Lour sumy l0ft they re samples and they where be you been Mem. The Aid of american dive bombers. Testified for the government. The penalties ranged from five news of the eritrean base was years imprisonment for Frank fuzzy Infusino 33, of Kenosha criticized by president Roosevelt because of its revelation. News of the troops planes pilots tanks and guns presumably aimed for Australia s defense came As Batavia joined Manila. Who was described As v?8, ,0,?/? Singapore on the ined s2.000. List of Allied Large cities occupied by the japanese. Arentt for they All have Mem. Where be i a sympathetic woman in an been it was amazing inner other place was very Nice about tubes in bicycle tires Jit. She said to Call around in maybe so. A lot of things can to 30 Days in the House of Corvese apr and maybe they might be happen. Lets see. Great Day Tion for one of the quartet who Able help qut it its been 25 years since i bought pleaded guilty. A a we re getting in the new mod i a bicycle. In addition to the prison term allies mass to offset virtual loss of Java weary dutch fight without Hope of Aid Australia India and China eyed for counter attacks former head of Ama Dies in Milwaukee j Roy Richio described As Infusino a lieutenant was sentenced Maria their to Lour years imprisonment. The Chain of stills was said by the agents to have been one of the largest revealed in Wisconsin since prohibition was repealed. First landings on Java sunday after taking tremendous losses from United nation air and sea attacks. They landed at Bantam Bay. Near Batavia at Indra Maju near band eng and at re bang near the so Rabaja base. The allies counter attacked the three Jap wedges immediately and by tuesday had pushed them Back As much to nip were As seven Miles in one sector. Wednesday came the old Story of Al Nelson Aims to expand shipbuilding program or. Rock Sleyster a known As leading psychiatry specialist Milwaukee March 7.�?up a or. Rock Sleyster Only Wisconsin Man Ever to head the american medical association died saturday after a Short illness. The 62 year old physician one of the nation s leading specialists in psychiatry was president of the Ama in 1939, after serving As vice speaker of the group s annual convention from 1922 to 1926. Washington March 7.�? up j goal of 8,000,000 tons of shipping he was the trustee of the body they said the ring s operations had a chairman Donald m. Nelson of this year might not be realized from 1925 to 1936, and chair Fps de the. So a it frument a a the War production Board declared Nelson retorted Man of the Board in 1935. Today that a i have not recognized a i Haven to recognized any such or it Leyb for. Had be a ill. F�5 us some time but was not confined any possibility that the War ship possibility. The shipping program big Home. He visited his office building program might fall short1 has got to come through. The whole the Day preceding his death. Of president Roosevelt a goal. Nation is at i born at Waupun. On the contrary Nelson told re Harrison told a press conference a native of Wisconsin the vet 000.000 in internal Revenue taxes. Other sentences meted. Other defendants and their sen Henry Schmunck jr., 38, of lied inferiority in air and on the Franksville one year and a Day porters a a we re trying to increase that shortages of steel plate had Elan physician was born at Wau ground the defenders being outnumbered by 85,000 to 50,000. Scorn prison. The left the shipping program lagging Pun and was graduated from the Tony Capponi. 27, of Kenosha i asked to comment on a state j last month that some of the lag Appleton High school. Following sentence and three years probation. Frank Cucunato 46, of Kenosha. ,. One years imprisonment to be american heavy bombers had been followed by a a 12.month suspended forced to leave Java because of sentence ? free a Lack of fighter Protection. Bastion to via was captured Friday and Fey presidents rotary of War Stimson said thurs six months imprisonment to be ment Friday by w. H. Harrison could not be made up and that graduation from the University of Day that a material aids had been Blower by a 12-month us needed web production director that the it was impossible to foresee Illinois medical school he prac Nho Wea a a a a a in suspended blueprint for Victory Quot whether it would finish out the tired at Kiel and Appleton. Year ahead of or behind the vie in 1909, or. Sleyster was a tory schedule. Pointed physician at the Waupun Nelson did not indicate How state prison. Four years later he much the shipbuilding program supervised construction of the hos i a c might be expanded. Pital Lor the insane at Waupun joins soviets Quot Stem the press conference a and became superintendent of the sent in the form of planes to beleaguered Java last week but on Friday came a dispatch from Harold guard of the United press that report nazi a journal times photo motor corps studies roads sixteen members of the red Cross motor corps Are learning the highways and byways of Racine county and City a like a books so that they know every conceivable Way of reaching any spot in Case regular routes Are impassable in an emergency. Studying a map of the City in the map Reading course they must take Are left to right mesdames Arthur Gruhl James fornary and Alan Turnbull. Mrs. Fornary is Captain of the corps and the other two Are lieutenants. Last year the corps drove their own cars without remuneration of any kind 2,565 hours to take supplies from the red Cross office to chapter units in the City and county and medical supplies to the Homes of the sick who got red Cross nursing service. Radio Industry to turn Sam Gottlieb. 27, of Chicago saturday the japs had pierced the defense of band eng the head-1 a be a a or . Quarters of the United nations in the indies. On Bataan righting during the week and for at one god few minutes after a meeting with institution. He was a major fat in Crew morph 7 a front Philip Murray Cio president and the medical corps during the world v Al in r or u Moscow March 7.�? 7 front William Green Al president War and served As chief of the Kenneth Jensen. 30 of Kenosha dispatches reported today that Hilham been Ai l. Present Post Grade medical in one year and a Day in prison. Lieut. Herbert Baumgartner of we cd lasted an Bour and to vent t the University of wis Ben Krakover 37, of Chicago the 27th Squadron of the German minutes Consin until 1921. Slowed 15 months imprisonment. Air Force has deserted from his pledge support. Washington March 7.�? spa Industry would be converted to the War production Board has or War production dered manufacture of radios and radio manufacturers will be phonographs for civilian use Dis permitted to Complete sets on had broken the h the first line continued after april 22. Which Assembly work was begun of defences on a volcanic Moun. It also announced that except for production of replacement parts the entire facilities of the Taft declares Small salaries to. A a _1 or. Sleyster was assistant Sec Aldo Nudi. Of Kenosha in command and joined the soviet Nelson said both leaders pledge rotary of the state medical so least one god reason general pro men or to years and so army in the Crimea with his Hein a wholehearted support of All piety from 1910 to 1913 and Sec Douglas Macarthur. The Doughty Pana,.�i, key a _. _ branches of Labory in carrying out rotary rom to 1923. He be Leader sent his tiny air Force in a Henry Papavasiliu 34, of Mil a German flier holding a lieu o came president of the group in daring Surprise raid against Jap Waukee nine months imprison tenant s rank named Herbert is Reques or an imme la a a and treasurer the following shipping in Subic Bay where they Rnell be followed by a one Baumgartner was formerly one of j per cent increase in production year. From 1918 to 1923 heed Sank four enemy ships including year suspended sentence and pro Field marshal Hermann Goering a with existing facilities. Ted tile Wisconsin medical Jour transports and drowned or killed a Lonfy a tw0 years private pilots. He had been dec the production chief said a i am naj the society a publication thousands of japanese. Patrols Eugene Presta. 44, of Chicago rated several times for bravery convinced that out of the whole awarded Gold Seal had fought mildly sunday and on imprisonment for a year and a Day. A Aerial attacks against Poland thing will come increased pro in 1934 or. Sleyster was award monday some German built planes Arthur p. Richio 32, of Kenosha England and Russia and held the auction a adding that both Murray de the Tate so a hit had bombed the Bataan lines. 21 months imprisonment to he highly prize Diamond Iron Cross and Green a realize the necessity for piety for a Devotion to the i divid there was no doubt however that followed by a two year suspended j increased production now in us needs of the mentally new York March 7-mv with the manufacturers for War Macarthur a sortie had dulled the sentence and three years Proba Tripoli is bombed. 1942.�?� in 1941 he .As presented with senator Taft rep Ohio today radio equipment amount to More Peninsular Battle. from italian Broad leaving the conf it ence teen an honorary doctorate by mar described the nation s Small Sal than 51,000,000,000, of which half to a re of up my Gulmy fasts it March 7-w-the italian described it As Quot very satisfactory Quot Quette University. Aned employees As the group a most is held by the 55 companies of one third of the German 16,h Emi Richick 26 of Kenosha command reported today that bad and Murray declared that we i in addition to his Ama Affili severely treated in the Dis Tribu felted by the web Stop product or my. Two years imprisonment to be Fol i weather limited fighting on the pledged the utmost co operation. Actions or shyster was a Mem Tion of War lion order. The balance of the a Are a hear Ca. A _ Ber of he of a Verners of students clash the american Rouege of phys a new York March 7.�?oj-r a the Aneta news Agency today quoted this final message from the official Java radio service when it wrent off the air Early this morning a we Are now shutting Down. Goodby until better times. Long live the i by the United press the United nations were reported massing offensive strength in Southwest Pacific today in an Effort to offset Japan a apparent Triumph in Java. Australia India and China emerged As main bases for an expected Allied counter offensive As a result of the virtual loss of Java from which the enemy May strike southeastward against new Guinea As a stepping Stone for invasion thrusts at Australia. In Java the dutch still were fighting but they were tired outnumbered and without Hope of immediate reinforcement. Even wireless communication with the Mountain stronghold of band eng was severed possibly As a result of japs Eteoe in top into or dutch Wilt Bow Quot fort that temporary capital. Pierced front line. The last dispatch transmitted by the Aneta news Agency from band eng by wireless said the enemy on or before april 22, within the limits of production quotas under which the Industry now is operating. The order affects 55 companies Wirich last year employed some 30,000 persons and produced More than 13.000,000 sets a Dollar volume of business approximating $240,000,000. Military orders already placed n planes x a a four men a it to had pleaded struck again at Malta British 111 m6xico Lutyj Russa area has been killed said. A libyan front and in the air but Moscow thursday. Ii meant about owed a two year suspended acknowledged that the Raf had 30,000 men lost to Hitler. Mean sentence and three years Proba bombed Tripoli while the reds were pushing the Tion. Italian and German planes siege of Orel and were mopping up in other sectors to keep the nazis off balance for any pre Spring offensive they might have in mind fenced. They were by saturday Neutral sources were reporting soviet troops nearing the Dnieper River and the demolished dam. The germans were holding year suspended sentence and two student Breaks record their own in Libya despite Sand years probation. u a storms which had hampered both Alphonse r. Caruso 52, of Rock i 0r learn Noi oing sides. Thursday came we Ord of Ford iii., 30 Days in the House of Middletown conn., March heavy Raf raids against the Axis correction. 7.�? a Eugene j. Frechette jr., in Libya. Herman r. Yanke 61, of Lake a student at Wesleyan University Geneva two months in the House today held the worlds record for p4u Jse velt rear of correction be followed by a breath holding undergoing an sex Gani Zed the u. S. Army Mon two year suspended sentence and pediment during which he did no to two years probation. Take a breath for 20 minutes and guilty in the Case also were sen Mediterranean Island and heavy _ 1/mi j bombs caused damage among sub a i it souls ill Liq marines in the port of Valletta George Schulz 45, of burling the italians reported. Ton 30 Days in the House of correction to be followed by a one a these people Are not getting contracts is held by companies not the increase Widich factory labor normally engaged in the Manu cans and of the Board of direct j Bas received in the last two years a facture of Home radio sets ors of the National tuberculosis be said in a speech prepared for association. J delivery at the National Republic my a his Wrid Owr and can club. A they Are not even get i it a a tugs a to Sihu Day ordering it put into three groups namely ground forces air units and a Supply service. This news came while Gen. George Mexico City March 7.�? b surviving Are one sister mrs. Henry Hollen of Tang the increase represented by of non defense work Angeles vain. Be Rose in be cos services will be held a at the same time they Are be a two persons were killed and to at 2 p. In. Monday at the for ing subjected to increasing taxes wounded in Street fighting est Home Chapel. Burial will be marked by the use of knives in Forest Home cemetery. Pistols Rifle Butts and tear Gas no i cd. A bombs As police and 5,000 striking. College students clashed Friday soil of assemblyman night. I Monroe wis., March 7.�? up the dead Adolfo Ponce or t or Steffen 59, of burling live seconds ton one year suspended sentence. I Frechetter a breath holding broke leniency for the four who the former worlds record established at Wesleyan a year ago by j. Edward bums Wethersfield a student who held his Deputy u. S. Marshals searched breath for 16 minutes and 23 the sensations which he sex Marshall chief of staff was urging i a a. ,.that the War be a carted to the 21."zj�. but Germany was doing to Fieh fur the cause by t >5�?o a _ tined for the prosecution some carrying of its own. An old,1 world War i Type of u. S. Dea Strayer was sunk the Jacob Jones into the rn11rfrrins by Here seconds was torpedoed twice off new Jer Tion without nor Fri t 3 proc us be w watched the sex sey and sunk. Eleven survived p re Smice pediment which is part of the that news came tuesday along on the biology course in experimental with a dispatch that the nya Camp Milwaukee. Of physiology. On Mona Island near puerto Rico Burt just Quot vhf a a had been shelled. There were no nerf Fon a ted. Handcuffed Penen ced Frechette said were casualties. 1 Chi Quot toa a Atrul Wagon he said he Felt a hard c. P count it jail. Pounding inside my to recognition of free French was a stay of Ward the end he said a you feel control of new Caledonia is .execu,10n untl1 monday like you re witnesses land off Australia came from i berate defendants. Said Frechette s face turned Pur Washington monday and great in lecturing Infusino judge pie. He perspire freely. Britain immediately sent another Duffy said a a blow against France by sending a remember that the witnesses Knud soft lauds women St ? la War industries tend a like playing cards a it was 1 Are under the Protection of St Louis. March 7 a up a said and about 650 killed. Came government. It will not be Lieut. Gen. William s. Knudsen word from London thursday that Wise at any time to attempt any War production chief said today sir Stafford Cripps might succeed intimidation or show them any women Are proving excellent for Winston Churchill As prime min Light jobs in defense industries Osier the court also berated the de and urged that a More and More of pendants for their a sneering Dis them be used because they Are so Bennett in Al str Alia regard of Law enforcement Dur nimble stopping Here Sydney Australia. March 7. In the trial. I on his Midwest tour of the War a in a maj. Gen. Gordon Bennett a you operated High wide and plants Knudsen said he was be former commander of australian j handsome a he asserted. A i done to coming a increasingly satisfied forces in Malaya announced to know How you get by local Law with the nations production of Day too officers and men w to enforcement arms munition tanks and planes escaped from Singapore have he accused Infusino and but stressed the necessity for arrived in Australia. J Schmunck of perjury. I greater and greater production. Vav pro police sect 1 a a shot in the face while cleaning were police Sergt. G 22 Home it who was Lound Henry Youngblood jr., 35, son of with a Dagger in his heart and state assemblyman Youngblood Virginia Marquez. 18-year-old of Woodford Wras in fair condition hotel employee who was struck in today at a Hospital Here the stomach by a stray Bullet. The elder Youngblood said that eight students were wounded the Bullet entered his songs Chin three by bullets. A fireman and and emerged above the right Eye a woman pedestrian were the but that the younger Man did not be until july i but i think we Araen Tinori apr flu other casualties. Lose consciousness. Young Young can be certain that if there Are the fighting developed when blood was shot Friday in the pres officers sought to halt students ence of the wounded Many a wife marching upon president Avila his father said. Camacho a Palace to demand Dis-1 the Youngbloos occupy and Missal of education minister joining Homes on the same farm if they have saved a Little Money and bought stocks their income is further reduced. Their interest can Only be served by a strict control of prices and an adjustment of salaries to meet the increased Cost of at the same time Taft added j that he did not think that any company a profits in 1941 should be an argument for increased wages in that company. A no one can Tell yet whether there will be any profits in 1942,�?� the Ohio senator said. A no one can Tell just what the tax Bill will Washington March 7�? up a Aubrey Williams National youth administrator has ordered the immediate closing of All nya projects not turning out War production workers. In a letter to state administrators Williams said a i am not unmindful of the adjustments this plan of action will require. I realize that it Wall mean terminating projects such As school buildings and Community services w Hile very desirable Are not essential to the War Tai Side North of the City and was attacking in greatly Superior numbers behind steady Aerial bombing. Shortly thereafter Tokyo radio reported that the japanese were within a few Miles of band eng and that the dutch were retreating southward through the mountains possibly in Hopes of evacuating some troops from the South coast. The Tokyo broadcast said that so Rabaja naval base was surrounded and Vichy radio reported that japanese parachutists had seized Madera Island off so Rabaja. The japanese asserted that the collapse of Jav defences was a matter of a a few defenders exhausted. Australian As Well As dutch dispatches were generally in line with the japanese claims although fighting continued in the mountains. The dutch said that conditions including enemy air control had so exhausted the defenders that they apparently could not continue sufficient resistance. Octavio Vejar Vazquez. Property in la Fayette county. Old War relics for new in general promotes Selling items for scrap any unusual profits the government will take them away in Chicago March 7�?gt a do the helmet and Shell casing your husband brought Home from the world War gather dust in the attic do the antiquated Cannon and the Pyra Mided stacks of Metal balls on the courthouse Lawn relics of the civil War serve a purpose any longer if you answer yes to the first and no t<5 the second question you can do something about both. And if you follow the suggestion of maj. Gen. Joseph m. Cummins commander of the sixth corps army area advanced in reply to various civic groups you la be doing a Good turn for your country. General Cummins suggested today that such items be sold to scrap Metal dealers for conversion into shrapnel or some other Type of missile to be used by the nations armed forces in the War. Money from such sales could be used to buy defense Bonds As a red Cross donation or to Purchase locally needed defense equipment he pointed out. 11 n. Y. Railways want decision Over ruled Washington March 7.�? or a eleven railroads serving new York state today asked the interstate Commerce commission to overrule decisions of the new York state Public service commission and the new York City transit commission which rejected the carriers plea for a to per cent increase in intrastate commutation fares. Envoy to Germany Buenos Aires March 7.�? up a the Argentine government ordered its ambassador to Germany Riccardo Olivera to return to Argentina in an unexplained move today. Argentina and Chile Are the Only Western hemisphere nations w hich maintain relations with the Axis. No need to change hours yet Walling new York March 7.�? up Al. Metcalfe Walling new administrator of the wage and hour division of the department of labor told reporters on arriving from Washington today that a there is no evidence yet that our War requirements will necessitate any modification of the 40 hour work Racine Man named Venezuela vice Consul Washington March 7.�? a the state department announced today these changes in the foreign service Stuart Allen of St. Paul minn., Consul at Georgetown British Guiana signed As Consul at Vancouver b. C., Canada. William l. S. Williams of Racine appointed vice Consul at Cari Pito Venezuela where a vice consulate will be established. Ickes amends remarks on Gas ration scope Washington. March 7-�? in a his previous statement that gasoline rationing a bought to be applied nationally if at All a was amended by Petroleum coordinator Ickes today to indicate that such rigid curtailment in no event would be applied in areas with abundant motor fuel supplies. Ickes told his press conference thursday that he thought any rationing program should be instituted on a nationwide basis. May omit egg Roll Washington March 7.�? up a mrs. Franklin d. Roosevelt told her press conference today that in View of stricter secret service regulations the annual easter monday egg Roll at the White House probably will not be held this year. Recover body Schofield wis., March 7.�? up a the body of Louis Dault a four army men were burned 34, was recovered from the eau to death and seven others were Claire River Friday several hours j injured today when fire swept after the Man Dove into the ice through a two Story building water from in lumber company i occupied by troops temporarily dam. 1 quartered Bere. 4 army men perish in Barracks Blaze Corvallis ore., March 7.�?

Search All Newspapers in Racine, Wisconsin

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection

NewspaperArchive FAQs

Looking for more information? If you’re not ready to talk to a representative, here are some frequently asked questions to help you determine if institutional access to Newspaper Archive is for you and your institution.

Newspapers allow readers to step into the life and times of past decades and centuries from all over the world. Not only do they have interesting and unique articles and photos, but they also have advertisements, comics, classifieds, and more.
The NewspaperArchive collection can be searched several different ways - advanced search, browse, and publications. The advanced search offers filters to narrow your search for more precise results.
NewspaperArchive’s collection of newspapers boasts more than 85% unique content compared to other newspaper sites. In addition to big city newspapers, we have a wide variety of newspapers from small towns that hold a wealth of information about day-to-day life. Our collection dates back to 1607!