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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - November 1, 1942, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday bulletin vol. 13, no. 25racine, wis., sunday november 1,1942. To pages the world last week a by Boul Freya anti aircraft beams replace Bright lights Success or failure of the allies against the Axis in 1942 a j by Dot Lawton ears to hinge no the outcome of i saw stars lighting in two comparatively the Hollywood variety of stars mall areas of two widely Separ i Means stars that Shine from ted world Battle fronts. Screens the world Over risen from one sector is about three Miles Humble and simple backgrounds a Ide and eight Miles Long on Gua to glitter and sparkle tag May and i canal Island of the Solomon i to brighten the Way for tomorrow roup in the Southwest Pacific. I. To meet those stars at their n this strip is located Henderson work to Chat with them Between held vital Airport started by the scenes to learn some of their likes japanese and then captured by the and dislikes their disappointments marines Early in August. and their Hopes and to see them the other sector is a Battle line at play such was my pleasure from 35 to 0 Miles Long stretching j and privilege recently on a two from the Mediterranean sea to the weeks visit to Hollywood. Pattara depression a in Egypt. During the coming weeks ill. Attempt to picture some of the ability of the americans to highlights of that visit made upon use the Guadalcanal Airfield the invitation of Nate Blumberg As a base prevents the japanese former Racine theater Man and a rom striking effectively at u. S. Now president of Universal Pic a ases in the hebrides and Fiji is Tures inc. Much of my time was lands and eventually at Caledonia spent at Universal studios with seizure of those Points would open visits also to sets on the Rio the Way for an attack on austra Warner Bros and Paramount lots. A j unique a much misused word conversely control of Guadal j May aptly apply to the Hollywood Nal will allow the United a scene for it is a place of minor on to move up to enemy bases miracles and certainly there is no new Britain and to new Guinea j other Community like it in the id from there up the Long indies world. Where else could a Little id philippine Trail to Tokyo. 11-year-old girl with Long braids Washington announced sunday hanging Over her shoulders be in War dimmed Hollywood scribe finds at five Jap attacks had been revised on Guadalcanal. Monday Ime news that the enemy had punched a major assault by land a and air in the Solomons. A. S. Destroyer was sunk and an Craft Carrier damaged. Two Jap inters were damaged. Also came Ord that the u. S. Carrier Wasp id been torpedoed and sunk in just a schoolgirl one Day and have an important part in an Alfred Hitchcock picture the next where else can you see people at work at 9 in the morning in full evening dress where else could yesterdays drive in waitress be today a Glamor girl right the answer is Hollywood. Is the Hollywood of these War House control by democrats firm in poll lightest vote in to years predicted few party shifts e Solomon area on sept. 15. On i Days the Hollywood of a year ago mesday the Navy said that two in destroyers had been sunk and be other big warships hit by a rial bombing. Land attacks were pulled. After a wednesday Lull in Navy said thursday that More tracks were thrown Back. Friday rotary of Navy Knox said the Jap Fleet had left the Solomon a but predicted More attacks to ame. General Macarthur a heavy ambers struck hard at that Fleet t bum in the Northern Solomons riday news also revealed that 12 get Jap tanks had been destroyed n fighting on Guadalcanal. Is a question in be heard frequently during the last week since returning Home. A no the answer is a a yes a and Many Glamor gals. On the a a yes Side it is still a City of glamorous looking gals. There Are As Many Beautiful girls j eral friends informed me that a they Looker woo woo in a Here too chatters comedian Loo costello As Bud Abbott chum mily whispers something about a it ainu to Hay a the teams latest film to Dorothy Lawton journal times society and theater editor during her Star studded two weeks As a guest in the nations film capital. By George Gallup director american Institute of Public opinion. Princeton n. J., oct. 31.�? the voter turnout on tuesday will be the smallest at any time during the to years since president Roosevelt was first elected. The Institute forecasts a total vote in congressional elections of approximately 30,000,000. This compares with 50,000,000 in the presidential election Only two years ago. While there is always a smaller proportionate turnout in mid term elections than in presidential years nevertheless the estimated vote of 30,000,000 would be approximately 16 per cent below that of the last mid term election in 1938, and nearly to per cent below even that of 1934. Many factors have conspired to us industries need three million women Washington oct. 31.�?omo�? Secretary of labor Frances Perkins said today that 3,000,000 women would have to be recruited into essential and non essential industries Between now and dec. I 1943. She discussed the nations great optimism colors War reports by Harrison Salisbury United press staff correspondent reports from the three main Battlefront today the Solomons North Africa and russian assumed a More optimistic note. On each of the major War sectors United nations forces were at least holding their own and for the most part were carrying the fight to the enemy. The fronts Solomons a japanese Battle Fleet retired from the immediate Vicinity of the South Solomons and reduce the turnout this year. Lack ran into a heavy attack by Gen of interest in the congressional Douglas Macarthur a bombers Campaign and the fact that people which blasted three major units a very Little Hollywood a seemingly and peaceful Countryside. The extravagant plane of living and sound of planes is heard cont seemed to me that we Are every j stantly overhead and most Resi bit As War conscious Here in the j dents have Learned to recognize Midwest As they Are along the just what Type of Craft is pass shores of the Pacific although Sev ing. Faay or Fiorello h. Laguardia it new York broadcasts in the studio offices As there Are on the screen. Probably in no part of the country Are the women better dressed nor Are More styles created which set fashion trends to find response in the hearts of countless feminine finery lovers. It is still a City in which you folks in the Middle West done to know there a a War going on the a a not Side the Bright lights and the Neon for which Hollywood is famous Are missing for Only the most essential Street lights illuminate the City and anything unnecessary spectacular or every week by Short wave to Italy in the italian language. Of italian parentage and Well i grown in Italy is talks a a me concern among the big shots the fascist regime. They answer in in violent propaganda broadcasts of their own. Laguardia urges the italians to revolt against the nazis who have j Ken their food and against the j it costs who have caused their mis a j it Italy celebrated the 20th Anni i Rosary of the fascist regime wed j Day. As it did so according to in United press All the makings j a first class revolution were at i my. Morale appears to be sex i Mely Low. Such places As the Brown Der Fly j showy has been blacked out for Dave Chasens Don the Beach j the duration. In their Stead anti Comber a Earl Carrolls club the j aircraft lights search the sky along Moc Ambo the old Trocadero con j the seashore nightly dim out Tine in popularity with Are the accepted part of Many a wardrobe where Hopes for film careers still run High in the hearts of aspiring youngsters and oldsters too. There still remain the Beautiful Homes for which Hollywood Beverly Hills Bel air and other West coast communities Are noted and the general impression of great affluence prevails. And Gin Rummy cradled in Hollywood has grown from a Starlet to a full fledged Star and continues in popularity both on and off the movie sets. At dinner one night d at the Brown Derby i saw a hat fact plus the determined i cd Ute a a ginning Between courses a Acks by the British eighth army All it lingering Over their after Africa recall the opinion voiced dinner drinks to continue the a a a weeks ago that the allies May aiming at a second front in by. Of Field marshal Rommel is coed out of Africa the allies Vild then regain control of the a i Terraneau. That could be folded by an invasion of Italy. Such second front would cause Hitler divert some of his land and air wer from Russia and he would up against the problem of losing i one if he concentrates too much i the other. T would then be the allies Job see that Hitler is whipped on i the fronts. A ind fighting in Egypt slowed somewhat during the week Ith the British Content to solidify Loir generations of the Axis line game. The War seems to have affected or Irmis acc Camj a1 and defense Arny coast. Lights adjacent to the Ocean Are blackened on the Side facing the Pacific. Even the trains Are blacked out As much As possible i found with All curtains drawn at Twilight. Such is the Case in hotels and in Homes too. All Heaters run late swing shift shows to accommodate the hundreds upon hundreds of persons working in Douglas Lockheed and other aircraft and defense plants. One Douglas building called the blackout Plant is of blackish Gray construction without a single window another its roof successfully camouflaged has turned to the movies for a farm set and from the sky the observer looks Down on a farm with its Many buildings Trees streams streets Are crowded. Hollywood and Vine one of the nations most famous Street Corners looks like the Cross Section of an army or Navy or Marine base on week ends for gathered there Are men from All the services in the movie capital for a week end leave hopeful of catching a glimpse of some stars or of spending some time in the crowded Hollywood canteen. In fact there appear to be More sort Ceunen on Hollywood Boute afternoons and eve coast. Servicemen on Jai mls i a a Succi rim Obi Liny rings than civilians. Service men Are Given attractive rates by the hotels for their Hollywood visits. A we give them a half Price rate for two in a room a one manager told me a and we know darned Well seven or eight of them occupy the room. They re swell Fellows though and its o. K. By us a he said. The air cadets Many of them from Santa Ana seem to be particularly popular with the girls so one of them stopping at my hotel told me. And the weather of course that can to be ignored. Hollywood has had no rain since june and on my last Day there with a gorgeous array of vividly coloured Flowers in full Bloom the temperature reached too. Unusual weather the californians informed me hotter than most Days in summer. But the Rainy season was imminent and the truly unpleasant weather of the West coast was about to set in with what they Call heavy fog rain to us. Watching filming. A yes i saw stars met them and talked with them a in be answered others Wiio have queried a did you see Many stars a i watched Abbott and costello and had my picture taken with them making a it ainu to Hay Rosalind Russell and Fred Macmurray in the filming of a flight for Freedom Diana Barrymore and Brian Don Levy in a a Nightmare Marlene Dietrich Randy John Are unusually Busy these Days helps to account for some of the expected drop in the vote. Also a sizeable number of families have moved to cities or areas offering defense jobs. Owing to residential qualifications for voting this migration has had the effect of temporarily disenfranchising Many former voters. The Absentee ballot system is of course available to such people but it is not Likely that Many of them will vote. Finally the induction of some 5,000,000 men into the armed forces in addition to several million volunteers drastically reduces the voting turnout in the younger age brackets. It is estimated that fewer than 2 per cent of the men in the armed services will Avail turn to Page 6, column 2 yanks boost desert score Wayne during the production of j a a Pittsburgh Gary Cooper and Ingrid Bergman on the set of a for whom the Bell tolls Charles Boyer in the role of actor pro Ducer of a flesh and fantasy Teresa Wright and Joseph Cotton in the shooting of a Shadow of a doubt directed by the famous Alfred Hitchcock Ann Sheridan in a Edge of darkness Deanna Durbin making a forever those and Many others i met and talked with Between scenes and during the coming weeks ill write More in detail of these players. P. S. Yes i saw Errol Flynn. Sat next to him in the hotel cocktail lounge and did my Best to overhear what he Wras saying to his lawyer. Your guess is As Good As mine. Opa orders Cut Stalingrad defense shatters in beef Price Washington oct. 31.�?<u.r the office of Price administration today ordered the packing Industry to reduce its prices on Boneless canner and Cutter beef in a move to effect savings to the army on its canned meat purchases. Officials said packers have been Hitler strategy says soviet securing a excessive prices for the it Wever the germans themselves i beef since Early August when the i bounced at week s end that new army changed its specifications on t asks had been launched on their Boneless beef for Canning. Because sit ions. Allied Aerial support is Superb All week with bombers aging widely Over All the North rican areas and going As far As a Ete to hit at Supply lines. Fight i scored remarkably a Well in the a a a Tussia was Able to report at the f end of the week that the red my was holding Well on All Sec Jet on the front with the sole exp option of the caucasus area Here the nazis were putting of this change packers no longer Are Selling canners the same product As they did during March Moscow oct. 31 �?0j.r a a j for this purpose he said the communist party spokesman de germans massed the bulk of their dared today that the red army a i strength of about too divisions stand at Stalingrad had shattered j 2,000 planes 2,000 guns and Hun Adolf hitlers strategic plan for dress of tanks. At the Start of the 1942 which called for seizure of offensive he estimated some 1,-the whole of South Russia in a 000,000 nazi troops were lined up whirlwind three weeks Campaign. I of operation. The report on the too Days Bat i Alexandrov estimated nazi loss the which started with the nazi is High As 5,000 men a Day Dur attack on the Don River Bend came n8 the periods of Peak fighting dispatches from the fighting j a the Battle actually began too As front said soviet forces in Stalin Days ago a he said a with the All Grad were holding their lines de of offensive at the Don Bend spite continuing nazi assaults. There were Days when the Luft writing in the communist party newspaper pravda Grigori Alex Androv propaganda chief of the base period for the old maximum j party called the German setback Price order. The greatest suffered by the nazi ceiling in 10 zones. In an order issued today to Swift is co., the opa set specific Price ceilings in dollars and cents for to zones throughout the country. All packers will be required to establish similar prices. The Swift War machine since the Battle for Moscow last autumn. The germans he said Hod originally planned to seize Voronezh Waffle carried out As Many As 2,000 sorties on individual sectors and massed More than 200 tanks for special two thousand Large Caliper guns he reported bombarded Stalingrad at the height of the engagement the red army on numerous occasions was called on Smuts stresses Post War duty London oct. 31�?of a Field Marshall Jan Christian Smuts prime minister of South Africa in an International broadcast tonight called for. Elaboration on the Atlantic charter in a the economic and social sphere to guarantee a with the american forces in the Western desert oct. 30.�? delayed a a the american Black scorpion fighter Squadron today brought its desert Victory score up toll confirmed planes shot Down with a terrific dog fight against a Messerschmidt fighter group Over the Battle area. The Black scorpions destroyed one me-109 and probably another and damaged four. The tenth plane was shot Down by capt. Slade Bilby Skidmore to. The Battle followed a div bombing attack on the Axis Headquarters in the Battle area carried out by the two crack u. S. Squad rinse the Black scorpions and the fighting Cocks. Yesterday 30 nazi dive bombers tried a Daylight raid which was frustrated by the appearance of a Large number of Allied fighters. The germans fighter cover was weak so their bombing was hurried and ineffective. Our fighters failed to make Contact with the enemy planes by Only a few seconds. A american air forces have been carrying a major share of the Aerial drive since the offensive opened last Friday night. In the first five Days they accounted for 22 Axis planes with Lieut. Lyman Middle battleship or Cruiser an aircraft Carrier and a Cruiser on Guadalcanal the Marine army Force was said to hold every Inch of ground that was held at the Start of the big japanese attack. North Africa a pounding attack by the massed artillery tanks and infantry of the Imperial 8th army was taking a heavy toll of marshal Erwin Rommel a strength american air units pounded the Forward Battle area including a front line Axis Headquarters and heavy u. S. Bombers smashed again at Crete. Russia a communist party spokesman declared that the 100-Day fight which started with the nazi attack on the Don River Bend had broken a nazi strategic plan which called for overrunning the whole soviet South in a three weeks Blitz attack at Stalingrad soviet forces held their own Northeast of Taupe they advanced but in the Nalchik area they fell Back. Riots demonstrations and strikes Al France against the draft 4or nazi War factories were reported spreading and labor minister Ernest Bevin in London warned French workers that if they once went to Germany they would be put in concentration Camps if they tried to return to France. Need for women workers at a press conference during which she revealed that employment in civilian non agricultural establishments reached an All time Peak of 38,-303,000 at mid september an increase of 2,247,000 persons or six per cent Over september 1941. President Roosevelt told his press conference Friday the government is considering registration of women but that he did not envision their being drafted. Miss Persyns said women were needed not Only in War industries but also in other places where they could replace men transferred to War jobs. The Speed with which women will be absorbed into Industry she added will depend upon the Speed with which the men they Are to replace Are drafted into the armed services. A women must realize that Dis washing is just As patriotic a duty As running a lathe a miss Perkins said. A by replacing men in restaurants they permit them to go into War industries. Dis washing is just As important in the Overall the Secretary said that 4,500,000 additional workers will be needed by industries Between now and dec. I 1943. Of this total she added 3,000,000 will be women. Prefer Home life. Miss Perkins emphasized that the nation was far from reaching a the Bottom of the barrel from which its employable come. Asked whether she had decided How to get women out of factories and Back into their Homes after the War she said a a in la marry them to the soldiers a adding a was a matter of fact nature will take care of that problem As 90 per cent of our women want to live in Homes and engage in Normal family meanwhile the selective service system is prepared to handle compulsory registration of women if and when Congress and the White House say go ahead. Churchill Calls conference of Coal workers builder hid Post War a healthy International j ditch of Highland n. J., becoming the first Ace with four Messer in August and then sweep Forward repulse an entire German Divi pressure in a drive at Nalchik key order sets delivered prices ranging weeks. In a Blitz Man Euver designed to capture Stalingrad and the entire Region of South Russia in three on a narrow it a Highway into the georgian Vince. Street attacks in Stalin 11. And were continuing. Moscow a ported that hitlers Winter plans id been disrupted effectively. Soy. 12-13-14 dates or Gas registration Washington oct. 31�?omo�? Sablic registration for gasoline a Ion ing outside of the East was a toned today until nov. 12, 13 a 14. Officials of the office of Price ministration disclosing this to said rationing would begin a nationwide basis however a scheduled on nov. 22. The original registration dates x nov 9, Roll. On the new a is All car owners outside of the get where gasoline rationing is Eady in effect will go to school. Uses to file applications and get Cir a a a ration coupons. Persons no feel entitled to additional Gas be will then apply to local rain boards for supplemental aliments. From $21.75 per hundredweight to $23.50. An additional allowance of 25 cents per hundredweight is allowed for Frozen Boneless beef. Today a move is the first of its kind on beef. Opa recently replaced its March Price ceilings on pork with specific dollars and cents ceilings by zones. Rout 13 nazi planes Over English coast London oct. i German planes attempted to attack the Southeast English coast late today but were driven off by British fighter planes and ground defences. Numerous dogfights were reported and bombs were dropped in one area. One of the raiders flew Over a Southeast coast town with its Cannon blazing and inflicted slight damage to buildings. The attacker took advantage of a Cloud coves. Thailand restless under Jap Rule chunking Ort. 31.�?oms�? Sion in an attack front loss of time. A the significance of Stalingrad a he said a lies not Only in the destruction of the Axis divisions but in the loss of most valuable time. The Hitler ites were pinned Down in August september and october losing hundreds of thousands of men and masses of material a it is our duty to prepare for peace a peace which could grow organically from the United will of the United nations a Smuts said. A the league of nations As it was founded in 1918 could not bring us this peace a he said. A your present intentions May be less theoretical and even seem less far reaching but the common Effort of the United nations shows the Way along which also in peacetime practical work in every sphere can thrive to the Benefit of All peace Loving Allied Victory. Smuts assured his audience a slowly but no less surely is beginning to Dawn on the Schmitts to his credit. The chinese military Council reported in a communique today and not achieving any decisive that underground activity against i Success. Thus they lost the in portent summer months when they the japanese was widespread in teamed of releasing Many Mil Thailand. Lions for an offensive on the West the communique said japanese Era front military authorities there while employing a High handed measures on the one hand had Given Thailand $25,000,000 for flood Relief when the Menam River overflowed in August and september. Most thai residents according to the announcement realize their country is merely a subjugated area and have manifested concern Over establishment of a greater East Asia ministry at Tokyo. The flood it was said hit particularly a Bangkok area where foreign business finns had been established before the War. A it Means that the germans were compelled to abandon their 1942 strategic plan a Stalingrad is causing a serious exhaustion of the wehrmacht and has prepared the ground for the defeat of the Axis. Nevertheless the soviet people can not enter poles report reign of terror in Warsaw London oct six am the polish government in exile reported today that a German reign of terror was raging in Warsaw and that 55 hostages were shot by Gestapo firing squads at the town of Palmira. The town was described As a a Village of it is located 15 mites from Warsaw. The executions were announced by or. Ludwig Fischer German government head in Warsaw de Tain any illusions regarding the scribed by the allies As a War Crim enemy strength. A the enemy still possesses great strength. But if we Are stronger today than yesterday the germans were stronger yesterday than to real number two. The executions were said to have been made in reprisal for railway sabotage in the Warsaw area. Rails were blown up at four Day. Such is the trend at the War different Points it was said and which enables us to be confident an ammunition train was derailed it i and exploded. Laval Given 2 weeks to conscript workers Bern oct. 31�? up a Germany has Given Pierre Laval two More weeks in which to declare formal conscription of French workers for the Axis informed French circles said today As a new series of strikes entering in the haute Savoie province of unoccupied France reflected the Peoples resentment. While Laval already has been Hying to enforce conscription these reports said every official declaration so far has emphasized that enlistment of workers still was on a a a voluntary basis. The two week Extension to nov. 15, has not affected the nov. 30 deadline for the actual delivery of workers but Well informed observers who can not be quoted by name expressed the View that it too could be extended of the germans could find an acceptable formula for withdrawing gradually from the original program for 150,000 French workers. London oct. 31�? up a with Britain facing an 11,000,000-ton Coal shortage prime minister Churchill called 2,500 representatives of the Coal Industry to London today some of them for the first time in their lives and gave them a confidential heart to heart Pep talk. Many of the miners came directly from the pits�?95 per cent of them from the Coal face itself and the audience was filled with typical men of the mines some of them wearing scarfs instead of collars and ties. Through the night trains made special stops at Wayside stations to pick up the men who represented every erne of Britain a 1,300 mines at the largest mass meeting of Coal workers Ever held in Britain. U. S. Vessel sunk off Atlantic coast Washington oct. 31�? a the Navy announced today teat a medium sized u. S. Merchant vessel was torpedoed and sunk by an enemy submarine during the latter part of september in the Atlantic off the Northern coast of South America. Survivors have landed at a East coast port specialist corps taken into regular army Washington oct. 31.�?oib�? the War department announced today that the army specialist corps is being taken into the regular army and United with the army officer procurement system. In a sweeping reorganization administration of the consolidated units has been entrusted to a newly established army administrative service under the direction of an As yet unnamed officer. Dwight f. Davis formerly director general of the specialist corps will remain with the new organization As an adviser. The new Agency will recommend appointments to the Secretary of wars personnel Board which must approve them. Members of the specialist corps no longer will have relative rank of uniformed civilians but will be Given specialist commissions in the army. Moi who have already been appointed for duty in the corps will be tendered these commissions immediately. Australians May draw workers from army Canberra Ort. 31.�?oj.b�? the australian government today set up a system of manpower Exchange under which skilled labor May be withdrawn from military service and placed in Industry. The action was taken to Cope with a shortage of skilled workers and a special engineering manpower committee was created to recommend where the manpower should be placed. Chicago oct. 31.�? a Carl Egger to a naturalized German plasterer testified for the government today that he hid $900 for Hans Max Haupt one of six de pendants on trial for treason so the Federal Bureau of investigation find it. The government charges the Money was part of that brought from Germany by Haupts son Saboteur Herbert Haupt to finance his part of the eight Man nazi Mission of destruction in the United states. The testimony was the first offered by the government to show that the treason defendants Young Haupts parents his aunt and Uncle and two friends had guilty knowledge of Herbert Haupts subversive purpose in this country after Landing by nazi submarine. Eggert a building sub contractor who got work from the elder Haupt told of receiving $900 from him on june 30, the sunday that the Fri announced the arrest of the eight submarine borne saboteurs. Eggert said Haupt paid him $100 in two $50 Bills for a building Job in a tavern june 30, then asked him to come into a Back room of the tavern and said a i have $900 of my own Money and in a expecting the Fri to come and search my Home. I want to give you this Money to keep for me. I done to want the Fri to take my own Eggert said he agreed to keep the Money and that a half hour later the elder Haupt brought it to his Home in a White envelope. He said he opened the envelope two night later and found 18 $50 Bills. On july 4, he said the Fri came to his Home and took the Money. New Aerial assaults on Jap cities hinted new Delhi oct. 31 Brig. Gen. Clayton Bissell commander of to. S. Air forces in China Burma and India hinted at new american Aeriel assaults on japanese cities today. A i say we re too far from the japanese cities a he said. A a they be been hit and be hit he promised that the japanese a will never Stop the movement of american supplies to China by air. He said the japanese in raids during the past week on Northeast Assam bases probably were waking to cripple the air freight route. Bissell declined to amplify his statement that the supplies would never be halted adding a a in a rather the japanese would learn Why a at our he compared his 10th army air Force with the coiled Snake depicted on an american revolutionary Flag. A the japanese were attempting to tread on us a Bissell said. A but you then saw a series of Quick i flashes the 10th air Force taking advantage of its coiled position. I a

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