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15 Mar 1942

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15 Mar 1942

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - March 15, 1942, Racine, Wisconsin I sunday bulletin the world last week cd and Fnu re from i Nitro pre and Anitori ird pros Dit Pilrun from monday March 9, 1942, through saturday March 14, 1942. By Paul Freye the Battle for the indies is Over and the Battle for Australia has begun. The japanese have achieved their immediate goal in their scheme for a greater Asiatic control and now Are beginning the operations to consolidate their gains in the Southwest Pacific. The japs have Malaya Borneo celebes Sumatra and Java. They have the Philippines except for Macarthur guarded ground on Bataan Peninsula. They have Bur Odds at Java impossible England told Australia girds to meet threat of Jap invasion by Joe Alex Morris United press foreign news editor american forces Are bolstering i the Battle against japanese invasion troops threatening Australia today after aiding an Allied fight a to the last gun in one of the a a except where the British and greatest Battles of All time in the chinese Are trying to stabilize some Gea 0f Jav amp sort of a Battlefront North of ran struggle by american dutch Goon to protect India and roads and British sailors against Quot in into China itself. Possible Odds in defense of the i to effectively safeguard these a us ast indies was disclosed by conquests the japs must take Ove Admiral sir William James in a i at least part of Australia the Northern part. Such an invasion must be launched from new Guinea on which the japs landed monday or from the Solomon islands which flank Eastern Australia. Jap ships were sighted in those islands Friday. But the United nations Are preparing to use Australia As a base from which to launch an offensive of their own soon. American speech in England shortly after dispatches released by the Ameri j can censorship told of the presence of troops warships and flying fortresses in the australian Battle zone. The Story now being revealed j of the Battle for Java indicated j that huge casualties had been in j flicked upon the enemy despite j the inability of outnumbered United nations forces to break the ruling prevents collection of aaa penalty Cruiser destroyer u. S. Toll at Java majority opinion avoids question of constitutionality Dayton Ohio March 14.-�?a three judge Federal court today granted an injunction to prevent collection of the 49-cent penalty on wheat grown in excess of quota but a minority opinion held the aaa act of 1938 to be constitutional Washington March 14.�? a the biggest naval Battle of the War waged for three Days around Java against a vastly Superior japanese Fleet Cost the United nations 12 warships including the u. S. Heavy Cruiser Houston and the u. S. Destroyer Pope the Navy announced today. In their desperate but unsuccessful struggle to halt the nip ponese sea borne invasion of the dutch East indies the warships of the United states Britain Australia and Theu a Netherlands Sank or damaged eight enemy vessels. The heavy Cruiser Houston which was lost had in peacetime frequently carried president Roosevelt on fishing trips in the Caribbean and off the Southern coasts. Faced Superior Fleet. The greatest naval Battle of the first world War occurred at Jutland where 37 British warships engaged 27 Ger the majority opinion written by i Man warships. The British lost 14 warships and the germans Federal judges Robert r. Nevin la. Of Dayton and John h. Druffel of Cincinnati avoided the question the Navy a detailed account of the naval Battle for Java of the acts constitutionality. But Besun on the afternoon of feb. 27 and continuing into the i i a. 5kbki troops Are already on this smallest j Ese offensive in the South continent. U. S. Planes Are leading Western Pacific attacks on Jap fleets. More a s. Troop convoys presumably Are on the Way. Vigil for a fallen Friend they were romping in the Snow in a Flint mich., Street. An Auto came out of the storm crushed one of them. But Porky part Spitz part Bull would not leave. While the blizzard matted his dejected body he stood guard refusing approach to the dead dog. A Small boy ventured too near got nipped. Hours later the Young brother of Porky a master came along called Porky took him Home. Thus ending this Vigil for a fallen Friend. Circuit judge Florence e. Allen of Cincinnati contended that the Law is constitutional. Exceeded wheat quota. The injunction was granted to Roscoe c. Filburn a Farmer living near Dayton who had exceeded his wheat quota. Morning of March i was a grim resume of valorous by battling United nations warships pitted against a far Superior japanese Fleet. The japanese May have had 40 destroyers alone in action As Well As heavier ships. The loss of the heavy Cruiser Houston and the destroyer Pope a too few of everything the dutch already had a knowl Over in India Gen. Archibald edged loss of virtually All of their Wavell is preparing another base Best warships and James in a for launching attacks at the japs speech at Alton said a always that is he will be Able to do that there were too few Allied ships with Indian co operation. Some too few of plan of Freedom for India will be the disclosures came at a time forthcoming from great Britain when dispatches from the fighting and sir Stafford Cripps is being fronts showed sent by Churchill to Lay the plans. Australia american and Allied thus the second Campaign in planes hammered japanese held this Pacific War begins and it Well Aird Romes wrecking at least to May be the decisive one. Planes on new Britain Island _. Anti aircraft guns turned Back the Oyer in another part of the 13th japanese air raid against port world the British and the rus moresby vital port on the South sians notably the latter Ere coast of new Guinea and probably beating Hitler to his Wel next goal of the japanese. word tired springtime punch. The Raf japanese Navai forces reported has finished a week of Emic pushing into be Solomon islands bombing assaults on the Indus i a apparent thrust toward Ameri sectors of Germany including e can supp y lines and new zealand naval base at Kiel. The russians j have sprung a fast drive in the Burma British and chinese Southern sector which is designed forces seeking to stabilize front to shake Loose the nazi Spring against japanese in Central Burma plans to resume a push from the probably 70 or 80 Miles North of Dnieper. The reds Are closing the Rangoon where japanese report trap around Smolensk vital head used tanks for the first time quarters from which the Central Burma. German drive would be started. China Battles in Honan pro they Are gathering up the remains Vince reported to have Cost Jap of the siege of Leningrad. All this anese Many casualties and forced is being done to keep Hitler off retirement before chinese troops balance. Official grand opening of Russia a Berlin acknowledges capital flooded with ideas to combat rubber shortage 14. Washington March americans rubber shortage has Given a Field Day to u. S. Citizens with an inventive turn of mind. Every Day since the spectre of tire rationing first loomed on the american horizon the National army deserters plead guilty Rrue a. I brought to to the number of the majority opinion ordered american naval vessels lost in that a the defendant be perpetually action both in the Atlantic and enjoined from collecting the pen Pacific in this War. Ally for the farm marketing excess the loss of personnel was not Over and above 15 cents per Bushel j disclosed. A Cruiser of the Houston and from subjecting the entire i class normally carries 700 men crop to a Lien for the payment j a destroyer about 125. Thereof and from collecting 15 cents per Bushel except in accordance with the provision of Section 339 of the agricultural adjustment act of 1938 As it was prior to May 26, 1941.�?� Bristol. Va., March 14�?up a two Young army deserters Charles j. Lovett 21, Philadelphia and James Edward tester Bureau of mines inventors Council Here has been Man. 22, Clinchburg va., pleaded issues warning on explosives flooded with inventions and suggestions for keeping trucks and cars rolling. The Council an adjunct of the department of Commerce was established a year and a half ago As Clearing House primarily for military inventions. Of the 50,000 ideas it has received since then a guilty to a charge of murder of an Fri agent at a hearing before u. S. Commissioner t. H. Crabtree Here today. The agent Hubert j. Treacy jr., 28, of the Richmond office was shot to death and Charles l. Tig Washington March 14�? of a the Bureau of mines warned today that after March 16 any the United nations naval losses in the Battle of Java were United states heavy Cruiser Houston and destroyer Pope. Netherlands cruisers Java and Deruyter destroyer Kortenber destroyer Evertsen beached and a probably Britain Cruiser Exeter destroyers encounter stronghold Electra and Jupiter. Australia Cruiser Perth and Sloop Yard. Dutch blow heavy. About and pursued the enemy to the northeastward but he failed to make Contact in the fading Light. Turned southward. After darkness fell however four enemy ships appeared to the Westward and the Allied cruisers again swung into action. The results of this engagement Are not definitely known. Doorman it was explained attempted to work around these enemy ships in order to locate a Convoy which was expected to the northward. But the dutch Admiral found the japanese ships too fast for him. So he turned his Force to the southward to sweep along the Java coast in an attempt to intercept the invasion convoys that Way. A half hour after this move the British destroyer Jupiter was disabled by an underwater explosion and Sank four hours later. An american submarine was credited with the Rescue of 53 of the British Crew. Shortly before Midnight when nor 29, Fri agent at Bristol was 1 person or firm making distribute wounded four times in the Chest ing storing Selling issuing trans Large proportion involve ways and i when they attempted to arrest the i porting or using explosives or in Means of whipping the tire shortage. 16.000 patents. A most of the suggestions and in soldiers in an Abingdon cafe Fri Day. Gradients of explosives without a Erh to and left of ame a Mogami j made a Radical change of course held for grand jury. License would be subject to Fine j c ass Cruiser set afire and left pos presumably to avoid enemy tor Crabtree ordered the pair listed and imprisonment. J Sibly sinking another Cruiser dam j Pedroes. Wjk x. ,. By the Fri As deserters from the application forms May be of i aged one destroyer sunk and j two cruisers blown up. Mentions that come to us in this j third cavalry at fort Oglethorpe tamed from Federal a licensing three destroyers set on fire and the other Allied fal1 Man for Tass if ga., held for the u. S. District agents who have been appointed i left sinking. A Mer aupied the loss of five cruisers by the remaining Allied cruisers were United nations forces under com 12 Miles North of re bang Mand of Admiral c. E. I. Helfrich two enemy cruisers were sighted of the dutch East indies Navy was Between the Allied Force and the a particularly heavy blow. Coast. Those ships were at once the japanese losses As listed engaged and the Allie scored a by the Navy were number of hits. The Deruyter was one Cruiser sunk another Cruis i bit by one Shell and afterwards Spring is just one week away. The allies have their eyes on Der fuehrer however for More than just one Spring invasion in Russia. They fear More Coneen British continue Aerial onslaught Down 8 planes London. March 14�? a great Britain Sall out Aerial of renewing non Stop Aerial blows at the nazi War machine British planes were understood to have engaged the enemy Over the Chan powerful russian attacks in the Crimea. Moscow reports about 15,000 germans killed mostly on Northern front. London Raf hammers French ,.rated blows at u. S. And British Railroad Center of Hazebrouck and Ensie continued today with Reship routes to Russia in the North batters Cologne Industrial area in auction of eight crack German Atlantic. They fear a fierce Afri Germany. Fighter planes in Battles Over the can Campaign to gain the Suez need reinforcements English Channel following big canal and eventually the Middle Nior Cemcem. Scale bombing attacks on the col Eastern Oil lands. They fear there. The presence of american forces Ogne area of Northwestern Ger fore for the safety of the caucasus Australia did not Lessen the Many. And India. They fear for Britain Al need for urgent reinforce herself. They fear an attack in me s be Southwest Pacific. Iceland american air forces which had been Active in the Battle of the great desire of the japs to rid dutch East indies now Are fighting Nel this morning at a number of the Philippines of effective Amer from australian bases but Dis places. Ican resistance was made evident patches also disclosed that thous eight me-109 fighter Craft were monday in the news that Gen. And of United states troops have shot Down by the Raf it was Yamashita the conqueror or a arrived there after weathering stated authoritatively Laya and Singapore had been sent j japanese attacks on convoys the intensification of the Brit to replace . Homma. The ploughing through the Southwest ish air attacks in which some of suicide by Hara Kiri of Homma Pacific. The biggest and newest Raf bomb was reported from Manila. The american warships it was Indi ers were said to have participated Battlefront in Bataan was quiet All rated aided in fighting off enemy was regarded As indicating a con week however and it appeared threats to convoys and it was tenuous attack this Spring that the japs were warming up hinted that the japanese attackers j Large fires were left raging at their air planes and gathering up suffered losses. In any event the Cologne the air ministry said. Solid bodies of troops for one big reinforcements reached their Des final fling at Mac Arthurs lines. Tinatin without loss. . These United states forces of la pcs u Jolt Mio a said Thomas r. Taylor court grand jury session at Abing in virtually All counties majority i since the Start of the War in the cruisers swung behind the Deruyter when under the councils staff director. A there j april 13. Is one Large group involving the water explosions occurred Simul of the agents Are county clerks Pacific u. S. Warships and Navy Taneo ulv in the rerun apr and Dovetta Testerman whose or other persons authorized to and and army planes had sunk 88 Jap Java these two dutch cruisers manufacture of new synthetic rub flight from the army according to minister oath Ber. A second suggests the use of the Fri it included the beating of a anese warships transports and j blew up and Sank at once. Substitute materials in rubber tires guard theft of four army pistols i Quiring Tiff License new Dow not a tabulations up the tire fio if�?�/1 j ii Perth a a the Houston increasing for example the pro and a Alan tits of ammunition Quot a 51 Das summary of the Battle of �?o&5ssttdot on. And a Quantity of ammunition pay to explosives for military or i and kidnapping amp a tax Driver Navai use and cartridges for Small the third group of ideas con j As Well As shooting the Fri agents j arms 0r shot guns. Portion of Cotton. Cerris ways of lengthening the life j were returned under heavy guard of tires preserving the rubber a1 j t0 the Bristol jail. There they were ready in casings and tubes. The last general classification is of wheels made from non rubber materials ranging from fabrics fibres and leathers to Wood steel and metals. Few of the ideas Are entirely new for the Patent office has since its foundation 150 years ago. Issued some 16,000 patents on wheels and the National inventor Council Hasni to had a Chance to test any of the new suggestions thoroughly enough yet to say which seems to offer the most hopeful solutions to the tire shortage. It has weeded out several non practical ideas Many of them concerning the sex traction of rubber from various i native plants. Last week for sex placed in widely separated cells Detroit family found and 24-hour guards stationed be Asphy Patjon fore the barred doors. General fish says he s never been killed Portland ore., March 14.�? it pm maj. Gun. Irving a. Fish was ast night the victims police said Detroit March 14.�? amp a a their nine year old daughter were found dead in their 12-room House Java. Another British destroyer the interviewed on his arrival. A i came from an unnamed place and in a going to an unknown destination a he said. A what did a a you could t print it if i told a but a couple of weeks ago of asphyxiation from . Police found or. Howard k. Shrom 42 his wife Muriel 42, and their daughter Nancy dead in their bedrooms. Detective Lawrence m. Sheehy and Deputy Coroner John c. Rob ample the Council received Over i did two weeks ago a the general extinguishing the flame too letters extolling the rubber i snapped. In Poinsettia plants. Possible solutions. Rubber a said or. Thomas a but its extraction is not yet practical. That a the Crux of the whole matter of substitutes. There Are Many Japan meanwhile was studying piously were Only a part of the him n to a report of the War so far As Given vast land sea and air armies no a 1 a by Admiral Shimada. He said the needed to turn Back the japanese new York March 14�? up a allies had lost 130 warships and threat to Australia and new Zea Stefano Luisi 28. Lost a toe today 128 merchant ships. He said 502 land and to keep open the Amer attempting to prove a to sole Mio ships has been captured. At the ican Supply lines to the far East was a better song than a Rose same time Premier Tojo promised j but it was observed that the in Emy push toward Australia in the wearying of a tavern music Box last few Days has made Little record of a Rose of Day a played by Progress so far As definite reports John Delvin 30, an Irish Patron that Thev Are noise Are concerned. With an endless Supply of Nickels Xiv link to answer this question the British radio reported that Luisi and two companions. Frank Are hundreds of technicians in Pri As Many As 16 japanese ships Utrone 25, and Ralph Deross 25, j vate Industry especially in the including a Cruiser and a de attempted to break the monopoly automotive and rubber companies Stroyer had been sunk aboard by paying o sole Mio. Anco in companies dependent on a what i have to say a a news of a military nature must a a. I be kept from the e Nave known for a Long time reporter finally bored in. That Poinsettia plants contain some a there was a Rumor a few weeks. I. J is to the japanese War a a More vigorous ago you had been fatally injured i Quot an automobile a i done to believe it could at All a said the general. Things we might use. Certain non j done to think in a violating any rubber wheels Are perfectly Satis Mih tary secrets when i Tell you factory if you accept the fact that you a have to drive slower and in be never been killed in my Madison seeks funds for civilian defense Madison March 14.�?�?the researcher invites bugs to bite him Atlantic City n. J., March a but an extremely Small percent of 14. A a a Philip Granett has 1 the Apple Blossom Queens the miss a to i o a or Kintino. Cirmo Guinea while flying fort in the resulting controversy All tires for distribution of their prod scratched 300,000 Mosquito bites in Pum Kinville centers and the tur u ii resses were credit a with Knock our were ejected from the tavern acts. Or. Thomas thinks that men 1 the past seven years and now he Little theater Darlings who get a that he Call a special session of my out at least some of the new and freed to Settle the dispute in private Industry Are most Likely is going to expose himself to More hopeful try at the movies event the legislature to a proper Guinea air bases from which the by asking the next passerby which to beat the problem if its licked Skeeters bed bugs chiggers rally wind up trotting off their morning of feb. 28. Electra was never seen again after because the Eny was in com Electra w Asne or seen Aga n i Mand the sea and in plunging into the smoke screen in to j j k m i t to Java the Allied command was Electra was presumed have been k ism of extricating the remaining a in a i apparently much of the in 3 a a a try Detroit physician his wife and Ament was fought behind smoke after dark that Dav the Perth screens. The communique relat Park inane Erm de that the Allied cruisers in and Houston sallied Forth appear eluding the Houston but with j to make a run for Australia out the Exeter which was unable there fre indications that they to keep up a emerged from the j m. Pc a it a. End my smoke and again engaged the a/-1130 p. In. Nothing fur enemy this time at closer Range. Ker Kas been heard from either of a less than half an hour later the toe ships since that time. Enemy cruisers turned away from the same night the damaged Battle under a new smoke screen j Exeter accompanied by two de one of the enemy s heavy cruisers Stroyer the encounter and Pope was seen to have been hit and a so Java was burning fiercely. J the following Day the Exeter at this Point in the Battle and reported three japanese cruisers Miral Doorman turned his Force approaching. Thereafter no fur ther word was received from the Exeter and her two accompanying destroyers. The 10,000-ton Houston was commanded by capt. Albert h. Rooks u. S. N., whose Home is in Seattle. Lieut. Commander Welford c. By ted Gill. J from new York 18 months ago As Blinn of new Smyrna fla., com Hollywood March 14.�? an Experiment to determine just handed the Pope which was a wide world a a pretty girl is like How far attractive girls could go destroyer of 1,190 tons. A memory that a easy to forget in in the movies with a pretty face there was no announcement As movie land and a lot of curves but possessing j to the Fate of the commanders or that a Why ifs so Tough for the j Only a modicum of acting ability of their men. Sweet Young things to get by on today 24 year old Roseanne Beauty alone in a business where j Murray of Chester s. C., is the Beauty is no Premium. 1 Only one of that once hopeful sex studio statistics show that All i act still remaining in pictures. Two of them got discouraged and returned to their new York modelling jobs while two others got married and settled Down. Bins said a pan of Coffee on the can t say a thing about what so a a apparently had boiled Over. Pretty girls no Novelty in it fed of Many beauties answers to query. Today a announcement provided in graphic detail the Story of the Battle waged at a time when Many were asking a where is Tbs United states Fleet a the Battle began on the after funds for civilian defense Agen-1 enemy hoped to launch All out Lune was better. Ces attacks on port moresby. A it is in the Constitution that v. The state should finance such mat i _ ters As civilian said Ald. I furthermore there was in of. Halsey Krage who sponsored creasing evidence that the Jap the passerby turned out to be patrolman Vincent a. Mccarthy in Plain clothes. He promptly voted for a Rose of Day. At All. _ 4 patrolman Mccarthy said that the re motion. A yet the governor anese were veering eastward Luisi then picked up an Iron using n ht35t a of id a cant f0rwardhhe ward1the new he is and a m Mccarthy jerked his from a the Victory Book Campaign col his goal is to discover a chemical states obligation it is our idea new Ami new its Hooter it fired striking Luisi leafing Reading material for men which will repel or kill All in to bring this to the Public Atten and a an Effort to strike a in the second toe of his right foot in the u. S. Armed services today sects that bother Mankind. Tion. Maybe we can get the legis it Puppy me before Luisi was held on a charge of had Brough in a volume entitled he disclosed this Friday to the fickle fates of film fortunes spin lature to do it if the governor j30 a Felo Mous assault. Cutrone and a japanese. Grammar self taught. Annual convention of the new Jer along their dizzy whirl take the does a to it himself or find some 88 a p Teddy Tat Deross on charges of disorderly it was written by h. Weintal sey Mosquito extermination Asso j Case of six Young and Beautiful one else who can do it turn to Page 2, column 6. Conduct and published in London in 1907.1 elation i Model who were brought Here houseflies ticks Greenhead flies. J trim Little Ankles dishing up Chili body lice and Sand flies. Ifs All burgers and cups Coffee at some of in the interest of science. I those California drive in eating Granett an entomology research emporiums that look like country fellow at Rutgers University de j clubs. Eloped a highly effective Mosquito others tire of waiting for a Milwaukee March 14.�? Repella it by using himself As bait j Brek and go Home. But there always is a constant new Supply fresh and abundant. As a typical example of How the japanese grammar1 contributed in drive tragedy marked the Short lived j10011 of .fridtaty,.ft a lie. Stay of the other in Hollywood. Force of five United nations Cruis she attempted suicide then Dis-1 frs protected by destroyers and appeared. I including the Houston were at sea miss Murray whose real name North of the naval base of Sora is Roseanne Morley is a redhead. Baja on be Java North coast for that May account for her determination to stick. Her five erts while companions were blondes and brunettes. Mer Headquarters of the United nations Southwest Pacific command. Outnumbered from the Start the miss Murray is making her third United nations Force was pitted picture a the magnificent Jerk a �8ainst at least nine japanese with a cast a Quot at includes Lynn cruisers including two of the 10,-Bari, Don Ameche and Henry pm on Nati class spiked with 10-Fonda. She plays an efficient Sec Uch suns and protected by two retail. Toni to Page 2, column l

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