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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - November 8, 1942, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday bulletin vol. 13, no. 26racine, wis., sunday november 8,1942. 8 pages the world last week a by foul Freye two High ranking italian officers fretted and fumed when they were captured by the British j in the egyptian desert. A this is an outrage a one of them i complained. A we were not fighting. We were just reason for their great indignation their British captors Learned i was that they had been sent to the front As observers of British meth i ods and not As combatants. Those two italians probably will join about 80,000 of their countrymen when the British mop them j out of a trap on the desert. They j were by passed when Field mar i Shal Rommel s afrika Korps j commandeered All available transport in frenzied efforts to Retreat i from the Battle zone Back along the North african coast. British drive Rommel Back Libya the British have won a smashing Victory in Africa Are on the threshold of an even greater one and May even be leading up to a second front invasion of the european continent. When Gen. B. L. Montgomery a polyglot Imperial army was chasing the remnants of 140.000 Axis troops across the desert the word came from Spanish and Axis sources that the British had gathered a big Fleet of ships at Gibraltar and that an Allied Convoy escorted by battleships destroyers a this is the very thing he used for the murder a Teresa Wright explained to Dorothy Lawton theater editor of the journal times when she told her about the thrills in the mystery a Shadow of a Teresa is on the Steps of the House where much of the pictures action takes place a House which was erected on the set As an exact duplicate of one used in Santa Rosa where the company spent four weeks on location. Hollywood guest Lucky to see sets this year Public favors u. S. Control of manpower principle of drafting workers for War jobs wins approval by George Gallup director american Institute of Public opinion Princeton n. J., nov. 7.�? prayer attached to Bank notice ruffles dignity Washington nov. 7.�?<u.r>�? the gleaming White Marble Federal Reserve building Here blushed a deep red today and the usual dignity of Reserve Board officials was shaken. They can to explain it but neatly stapled to at least one copy of a routine announcement of a changes in state Bank membership a which the Federal Reserve Board sent to a new York newspaper office was a mimeographed slip of paper Reading a daily prayer thanksgiving items under Price control Henderson ruling affects turkeys potatoes and onions Washington nov. 7�?<u.��? Price administrator Leon Hender son today established the first j permanent Price control on three items of prime importance to the by Dot Lawton i contributing in the making of when i \ visited the set of the films for the government. Every although manpower control legis and plane carriers was steaming Thornton Wilder mystery a Shad employee from the most insignia lation has been shelved for the eastward into the Mediterranean of of a doubt a in which Teresa cant to the greatest Star carries present the Public continues to sea. There was no Allied confirm wrist nah inc Fth c a Tenn us up i a fins Parina hic Nirun rpm a Nncy favor Vic Fri spinal of Raf incr it it. _ the time these items leave the country shipper until they drop nicely was designed to capture be words of Bons Morros co Quot granted k a win it votes to recognize the Prin the prayerful announcement i into the housewife a Market Bas North african ports As a prelude producer with Sam Spiegel off you Are a visitor like i was a ple that 3us As men drafted for was received by the american j bet. To a second front in Europe. Italy a tales of Manhattan a when he someone from the studio serves the army Are required to put on a banker a financial paper. Theft at of incas on Evn la Al Neial no you re eighty As your us de it in mgt a Case was uniform and give their full serv Federal Reserve Board is invest the yugoslav guerillas were Hope to Lal Lornia you re Mig my h f the n11uiiritv a Nart. Ful that the allies strike Lucky to be visiting the movie lots a quote Quot j Abe to the country 24 hours a Day gating from hts Quot hich is the a pen sesame for and civilians should be required by i the a Shadow of a doubt stage the government to make their full a ooh lord help me keep my big american thanksgiving menu Mouth shut turkeys potatoes and onions. The , a until i know what i am talking new controls Are effective from there was no Allied confirm Wright and Joseph Cotton a re a pass bearing his pictures a pass favor the principal of drafting about. Mrir7t?f j r starring. I realized How True were which must be shown to the Chal men Anco women for wartime jobs. Berlin reported the move Defi _ Len gig Gateman before admission Back up through Greece do week s end the British had Quot As a he first set i visited and Are Start Quot one snit icon re Button on the Home front in d driven the Axis forces Back to there As Wells on other stage Man the publicity depart an a a a is. Be ded. The egyptian libyan Border. A he visitors were few and far Mem us sign t j eth pure this attitude is shown in a a the week s activity was in this Between. Admission to studio follows through during the i ton wide a est of sentiment by the lots. Always difficult is now next us a a to Institute on the manpower Issue order monday a Strong Forte of australian troops Cut across the Railroad which runs along the coast and succeeded in trapping an Axis concentration. By tuesday Rommel had sent a tank Force to the Rescue and that was just what the British were waiting for. They struck Back with their own tanks 500 of them. According to Berlin reports and the big Battle began. It was Over soon. Driving a great wedge into the enemy lines the British turned on to impossible largely because of the War Effort the studios Are ruling cheers film studios in v6 mrovle which is rapidly becoming the is through him that contacts Are most acute Domestic Issue of the made on the set for pictures and interviews with the stars. Studios cover hundreds of acres boards to Rule on tire sales becomes sheriff mrs. Helen Day will succeed her husband Ulysses Day As sheriff of Crawford county wis., when his term expires. She was elected on the Republican ticket defeating Roy of Kane Democrat by 3,429 votes to 2,368. Mrs. Day will be Crawford county a first woman sheriff. War. Any real manpower program t i Quot u y Quot Ive come local rationing boards under Washington nov. 7.opba a. I would sooner or later involve some. And Are Small cites in themselves. Sort of compulsion i ibid in. Quota system will have the say As on the Universal lot there Are clouding the directing of workers t0 who gets first cal1 on replace More than 20 immense stages to take new jobs in different areas i ment tires and recapping services ceiling prices following the custom hangar like in construction. In of the country As is done in eng under the nation wide gasoline Ary pattern of seasonal Price flu me with an old superstition j Jand the actual operation of rationing program which begins Tuat ions. Northern potato prices 222 mf0 Moji Lealh such a program would be highly nov. 22.a example will Advance slowly no a eve a a Nastof the a fines stage May contain several sets. Complex As Many observers have each Board flu be assigned a i Between Harvest time and the Fol which the had held Hollywood. Nov. 7. A up a tor example on the stage where pointed out and would present uota of certificates entitling to lowing april then prices will de j the japanese troops which they 1 Forward for the cleanup. Hollywood returned today to what a Shadow of a doubt was being administrative difficulties calling tourists to 1 a a a a so far As the housewife is concerned the new regulations will have the following immediate effects Turkey prices will show no material change from present Levels. Maine potato prices will Rise at retail on an average of one cent a Pound less in Many areas. Western potatoes probably will show no change in retail Price. Onion prices will go up less than one half cent a Pound at retail. More season changes. Washington nov. 7.- u k additional Price changes will be forces on Olinda anal noticed As the season proceeds Jare attacking japanese troops to Henderson said with new opa the East of Henderson Airfield the Navy announced today. Only Light enemy resistance was encountered in the Advance which has carried american troops yanks Advance on Guadalcanal report More italians ready to surrender major Allied blows expected to fall in Mediterranean area by the United press the Imperial eighth army drove marshal Ervin Rommel a battered forces Back to the fringe of the egyptian libyan Border today amid growing indications that new blows against the Axis May soon fall in the african Mediterranean theater of War. Rommel a forces virtually had been Cut to ribbons in the 13 Days since Lieut. Gen. Bernard Montgomery started his offensive. Some 20,000 prisoners or More already were counted in British hands. Another 75,000 italians were reported about ready to surrender As soon As the British could find time to Rake them in. What was left of Rommel a German units was located More than 200 Miles West of the Alan Gin Battleground in three clusters close to the egyptian libyan Frontier. Part of the Force was at but but part at sodium and part at Alfaya pass. American and British planes were dumping tons of bombs on the germans by the hour and the main British armoured forces were hacking the columns along the coastal Road to bits while truck borne Imperial troops smashed buy tires or have their Cline As new potatoes Are mar j stacked had been landed re net closes in. The British had High Hopes that j they would hit Rommel from behind and close a net around his forces from which few would Light attacks were made by the i is ape All the Power they had and the passes for Normal out Here with shot a Complete House had been for the greatest ingenuity. But so old ones recapped the office of keyed from other areas until a i gently Axis soon was in Retreat with most the Assurance that Uncle Sam will erected a duplicate of the Home far As the principle is concerned i Price administration announced Low is again reached in Early fall. Meanwhile u s marines re of their tanks gone and with no Dela it a until Jan 1 his assault on j of a doctor in Santa Rosa used the Public strongly backs Man today and if there Are More a j Turkey prices will Rise on an pulsed new enemy attacks to the semblance of Aerial support. By those Many figured salary checks Amie me company was on Loca p0wer control at this time. Pic ants than certificates the Board average of three per cent from West of Henderson Field thursday they were flee no in near collected weekly by the High Ron there. Nearby a Small garage the institutes Survey measured s wil1 use its discretion in allowing february until August As storage attacks repulsed. Disorder harried by swarms of priced movie brigade. Had been constructed with one first the country a attitude toward the certificates. Charges pile up. Then they will. American and British planes. Lon the adm studios which had missing of course to allow a registration for waxwork of All the ruling Factor in Case there decline to the base Price for the i enemy thu Ruday night in the i i meantime speculation on the Don hinted a something by summed Down the Cashiers win for picture nation and it was there men and women not already Regis Are not enough certificates to go 1943 Peak marketing season in no Omu hint Fnu Warp imminence of More Allied blows Friday pursued and pounded As do is on their upper bracketed that the company was working on j tired or in War service. More than around will be the relative in vember and december they were it was doubted whether i employees opened them up again my first Day on the lot. Teresa j three out of every four 76 per Ortance of the automobiles fun j Henderson indicated three Broad they would be Able to make a when the Treasury department in Wright and Joseph Cotton figured cent of All persons polled options to the War program Public objectives of the opals program the Matani Kau River and is near stand Short of deep in Libya. Sat Washington reversed an earlier in the action in the garage where prove. Health and Public safety urday the news came of the trap ruling and announced that Salar simulated smoke Rose in Clouds then the Survey asked use reclaimed rubber Ped italians and Berlin forced to ies As usual May be paid during around them whip up some kind of an excuse be remainder of this year. The attention to details for the debacle hinted that rom previous announcement had been garage was uttered with my himself might have been Cap interpreted Here As meaning a Star such articles at Are found in the tured As was Gen. Von Noma was barred from earning More this of next door j h. German tank Leader who discussed year than last and Many were in your own for it is the Battle with Gen. Montgomery panning to give up their commit a such e d details that f. D at thursday s dinner table. Ments inasmuch As they could see response Yamo movie a a no Point Ork Mugfor nothing. Alfred Hitchcock the Directo has to the Middle of this smashing t forecast built his reputation As an out a Triumph and on the same Day quote St dins remained cagey so standing director largely through that president Roosevelt declared a i vorp con his attention to details that the african news showed a a b s ing or i in the House some of the Furni a Victory of major proportions a Ahe res i Ture and potted plants from the Premier Josef Stalin spoke up. A ? v a Santa Rosa Home were being used britons escaped from Obruk by about a second front he coldly a a a to assure exactness and Ashen driving 25 Miles in a German a front was a son Vrtis the Ger a Psi Quot on the i Ltd a boys t 1 Mored and adopting Quot Gott front was the reason Why the Cor j aft a netting heir $2. No Yerow Witt age tog on the Strain England. Expressions a let. Mil next year. \ ter rom one of the men who a of Russia s 25th anniversary Cele i inc of a he happiest Over the Herf a Quot a Ali if complis hed the feat some time ago t a p paying the salaries of his 33 radio pubic puddings and Homes were serves up 0 j0ok As much like. _ Liq of for Tho ninth Rev haole on these perishable and seasonal i the positions to which marines foods. It will insure continued advanced on nov. I. Finity of Point Cruz. These were. Repulsed against the Axis in a drive to win Point Cruz is two Miles West of i fun control of Africa and the Mediterranean was at a height stirred by reports of concentrations of warships transports and mimic nazis flee Obruk London nov. 7.�? a four mans had been Able to Advance in. Russia. Speaking Friday As part i 1 nex year. Out damage to the Airfield or installations. A after finding out what each in order to provide As much bumper production Iron out Price a Force of 27 enemy bombers person can do should the gov mileage As possible with a mini inequities Between various grades and fighters attacked the Amori Ern ment have the Power to Tell mum use 0f rubber from the types and markets and provide can positions on thursday with each citizen what to do As his part c0untry�?Ts Stock pile emphasis will Assurance to Consumers that prices. Turn to Page 6, col. 5.i be placed on recapping tires now wil1 reflect Only Normal seasonal on cars which will be done wit changes. I material made almost entirely of Fos new changes. Reclaimed rubber. Generally car new maximum prices for sales owners will not be eligible for by country shippers will permit replacement tires if their casings them to pay the Farmer a Price for can be made serviceable by re his potatoes onions and turkeys capping. That ensures financial incentive for when replacements Are Neces maintenance of Peak output Hen planes at Gibraltar. American planes continued to strike at the Axis Supply lines across the Mediterranean and the Royal air Force carried out another this was the first Aerial attack i heavy attack on Genoa by the japanese since oct. 29. The Royal air Force roared into american fighter planes were i action again with a heavy night unable to intercept the attack by j bombardment of Genoa the japanese fliers owing to Cloudy Northern italian embarkation port weather. I or supplies and reinforcements in contrast to the relative a j for Rommel. A sence of enemy air activity in re and the massing of major cent Days u. S. Aircraft continued Allied naval and transport forces Dappye Dhu Poethe amount go. Must Post new ceiling heir daily attacks and strafing of i at the Western Mediterranean in depend upon the amount or Gao us i enemy Troon concentrations and trance suggested that an Amphia a us Vul j in woj us cd a \ Vii nit i bration he said however that a new order was a die Cantor. For i revealed today. Second front would be set a sooner or later. Line allotted to toe App cant. Those1 pm and changes can Only by = troop concentrations with the highest gasoline ration made in thursday of each week. will qualify for the Best Grade of j wholesalers can Only make Price a j tire. Changes on the three commodities k6qc1i i gems to Long a car owner with a gasoline every monday. Country shippers j Yyi f Panf walkout m w truer was Madaie Cantor t or c a Rev. Revealed today. The past two weeks he had been a a Bosa a Many of Tae City s a a our plan involved getting our his words came As his red army i ast members although he do a p la a a a a huns As possible without actually was holding on All fronts and draw his own Check. U�5.�i Quot a j j wearing their uniforms and joining holding tightly. The German Advance especially at Stalingrad and in the caucasus had been stopped. A a resident Roosevelt said Roosevelt to speak on armistice Day allowance of 560 Miles a month or less and whose tires Are worn to the recapping Point will been base ceiling prices May change each month. Detroit nov. 7.�? a mat ious attack behind the Axis lines a possibly in Northwest Africa might be imminent. The plight of Rommel a afrika Korps was growing More desperate by the hour. Recapping he will be entitled to a certificate to Purchase a Grade that the Interior and exterior of i Tilford Sinh both were hike. A we filled up our vehicle right x Washington nov. 7.�?<p>�? s ranged around the Wall outside under the noses of some of Musso Friday that the Solomon fight the White House said today that the set were the portable dressing j Linin a comic army. One of the ital was not of major character and president Roosevelt would make a rooms of the stars to which they ians spoke to us in his language. Secretary Knox echoed his words Brief armistice Day address at the retire Between scenes to study i answered a a and one of the plants bordered the Yard of the in one 0f their armoured columns studio House in exact duplicate for 25 Miles in a British vehicle a w puttuai3c a 2 he 1ttir from sgt a a Scott of 3 tire used tires recapped tires and new tires made of reclaimed rubber Are Grade 3. This mileage applies to All motorists with a w the new maximum prices Are j thew Smith National Secretary of f0ejag Racin for titled to a Quot recapping certificate tied a a 8rades established by the i the mechanics educational Sci j lip Border hoping to Cut of and if the casings Are unfit Fol department of agriculture. Retail Ety of America said today that g o u ii by saying that a ass or gain in Arlington National cemetery am a heir lines drink a cup of Tea or j others in our party knocked him a act Nam it Nfn car a veers be that area would not be decisive. ,�? s i j----------1�? a gasoline for ers must display ceiling prices for i terms for ending a walkout of 9,-each Grade. The new permanent j 200 War plants workers Dave been ceilings supplant temporary Maxi i reached. He said the terms would mum prices established oct. 5 on be announced by Lewis Gill act butter cheese eggs poultry Point regional director for t e War Matoes onions dry edible Beans i Abor _ Basic a a a Book As Well As those flour Mutton canned milk Corn a or holding both a a a and a a by books. More than 560 Miles Phi theater next wednesday after just relax. During the afternoon j Down for Luck. This apparently i but Les the000 n month of Amer Caris fought on placing a Wreath on the unknown on the set is usually customary is the Normal treatment the Jer will be eligible for recaps or for against the japs on Guadalcanal soldiers Tomb while the Navy prowled the seas in wait Foi the Jap Fleet to return from the Northern Solomon islands. Last weekends report that 14 japanese ships had been blasted by the Navy and by Gen. Macarthur bombers was augmented monday by news that u. S. Subs had sunk seven More Jap vessels in far Eastern Waters. Knox warned tuesday that the turn of Page 7, col. 4. Sex Pupil refuses $500 offer for Art prize scorned in 1923 Ries hand them for he did no to seem to mind very much. A we All tried very hard to put on Gott strafe England expressions and look As though we were about to die for the fatherland and i Scott said the party unobtrusively left the German column and lived on dirty water drained a Grade 2 tire if recapping is not possible. This Grade includes tires milk and Citrus fruits All Previ piously exempt from Price control of Chicago newcomers n a Watn i a Madruh 105 Miles West of the and mrs. Edward Bell reported to a. I a the nazi Retreat at Alfaya pass and prevent Rommel from making another defensive stand. Hack at columns. Planes and tanks hacked away at the disorganized troop and transport columns pushing Westward along the coastal Road. Already the main forces of the eighth army were in the Vicinity Chicago. Nov. 7.�? a Paul j mercilessly. But Cummins took Cummins and a lot of other heal the picture Home and his Mother from radiators of abandoned be Ivnor warned Lue Saay mat me Vount a roughnecks had to study put i in the attic dinking the hides during the Days of travel japs would Battle for Theja to study work o a Cedar r Junior Unta British Unes were reached islands and on wednesday More Art in Junior High school Back in High schoo Art could t i Jap troops landed on Guadalcanal Cedar rapids Iowa 20 years ago. Be Worth much. A a East of Henderson Airfield. Thur they hated Art and hated their j exhibited in Chicago. Victory coh Cert free Day american attacks forced Back teacher fresh from Paris with a Paul Cummins now a fort 14 am a the foe on the West flank and by Mustache and a Goatee even More. Wayne ind., business Man stood 1 a Ruoc nere i Quay revolver found Lafayette ind., nov. 7.�? a police today found a .38 Caliper. Revolver believed to have been with a retail Price list not exceed j a Sec m the murder of mrs Ella a a ?5 per Pace of May Puckett of Chicago three at $2,219. Among the missing a. T Standard Grade i casings damaged hours after her husband will r. Tides were $1,700 in War Bonds j Rapattoni new tires a factory seconds a and Puckett was bound Over to Justice 1 Bell a Crane operator at Iron All new tires manufactured before 0f the peace court on a charge of Wood mich., came Here with his january 1938. A change Over tires first degree murder. I wife to get work which have gone less than 1,000 t i Alamein lines. Police today that a few hours of there was growing doubt that ter they parked a heir car in front Rommel wow be age to Esca of their new Home thieves broke in Circuns noose of British belongings valued armoured forces which was drive. Miles also Are in Grade 2. Inner tubes optional. Car owners with gasoline allot ments exceeding 1,000 Miles a month will be eligible for recapping or if their casings Are not Reca Pable for Grade i tires. All motorists will be eligible for inner tubes. They May buy new native aids plane Takeoff sides of the Field. Saturday they just a Sissy Art repulsed Jap attacks and held their own. Meanwhile on new Guinea and swimming and camping. His new rn., the Public and the american j or used tubes at their option. One exception to the general Friday they were gaining Jungle j Young Cummins summed up the i before that same Little painting j tonight at 8 p est j class opinion with a the Guy was at the Chicago Art Institute which service band am j a Gissy Art teacher m currently is exhibiting the works legion drum and Bugle coms a w f a uart teach it a Grahf a of the late Grant Wood. One of the present a combined a Victory pattern is that in the Case of a i won the boys Over. He took them Best of americans painters. Concert at Douglas Park com Motorist who has received the a j. Swimming and camping. His new Little painting with the not Muni to House the concert is Basic a a a gasoline ration the local tor Chi or the h Dtra a do j free to the Public. As an Advance Board May not Issue a certificate then drove Down the noun tons to teacher conducted a prize contest fit we e c a z a a 3 spar for the Best Art poster. All the a american gothic and other at american program to feature 4&Quot 4t serves As seat Cushion for yank flier Oivi where the big push stalled for three Days of fighting. No observances Washington. Nov. 7.�? tire until after the 25th of the u a n v juju a Diu liner All american program to feature month and then Only if it has part by of re Quot a her a a. N-1i a ply Trp Joben sum Tui s. ?r�?~ composed by american of its quota remaining after All would be at least a football or a de $500 for the picture he re i authors. Baseball Glove. Fused and had it framed to hang Carl a. Gilman Racine com Cummins won the prize to his in his fort Wayne Home. Poser will appear to conduct the the War department of spar 11 was a sma11 painting having sent it to the Institute band in his own composition r department announced of a Farmer Anc two horses. His for the Wood exhibition cum spirit of 76 March. Today that it will not observe classmates snickered As he walked mins dropped in to look at it and John t. Opferkuch will direct armistice Day and thanksgiving j Back to his seat with the Little j the other paintings of the a Guy i the program As musical director Day As holidays this year. 1 painting. Later they razed him who was just a Sissy tort of both organist Ioian a other needs have been filled. Dies in fire Milwaukee nov. 7.�? in it a Carl Williams 45v a restaurant worker was suffocated by smoke today when his bed caught fire. Somewhere in new Guinea nov. I.up a a. Young California flier who bailed out of his fighter plane Over the new Guinea Jungle returned to base thursday in a plane he found abandoned on a Beach. With him was a Young native boy who served As a seat Cushion. Field attendants stared unbelievably As Pilot lieutenant James Miller of Salinas calif., previously listed As missing climbed from the plane and then lifted out the Young Boong native. It happened like this while on a filter Mission Over the Jungle Miller encountered severe weather and bailed out. He landed without mishap and was picked up by some natives who led him to the abandoned plane. The plane had no seat. A native boy climbed into the cockpit arum Miller seated himself in the boys Lap. This enabled him to see and he made a difficult Takeoff from the Beach arriving safely Back at his reported himself none the worse for his experience. The boy was Happy because Miller bought him a new red Belt the Raf attack on Genoa a As on the pattern of the heavy bombardments of late october. Rome reports admitted that heavy damage was done to the great i port through which the Axis has i been striving desperately to funnel fresh troops Oil and a Muai titon to Rommel a beleaguered command. The developments at the Western Entrance of the Mediterranean attracted major attention. Armada i Mediterranean. Spanish dispatches reported that a major British naval Force had entered the Mediterranean led by the battleship Rodney and the aircraft Carrier Argus. Accompanied by destroyers corvettes and cruisers the British Fleet steamed off for some unknown purpose possibly to Convoy More men and supplies to Egypt or Cairo or possibly for some amphibious venture along the african coast. The departure of this Squadron however left Large still indisposed naval and transport forces at the great British Gibraltar base

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