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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - November 15, 1942, Racine, Wisconsin Be a it sunday journal times bulletin vol. 13, no. 27racine, wis., sunday november 15,1942. To pages the world last week by foul roaming arabs of the North african desert have been set j up in business by the United states and great Britain. It took months of planning 500 j transports and freighters and 350 warships but the new Arab business was launched successfully on saturday nov. 7. The new business consists of j merely finding British and Amer i Isan air plane pilots forced Down j on the desert and bringing them Back to Camp. Each Pilot is Worth one five Dollar Gold piece. A Bonus of another Gold piece is awarded if the flier s Parachute is returned j safely. There is no word from the desert concerning the Success of the new business whether the Gold j pieces Are flowing out of Allied j pockets rapidly or whether there i is a depression. At any rate the arabs appear j delighted to co operate with the i allies in an undertaking which j has changed the entire course of j this world War ii. Quot tarrying troops planes tanks artillery Bridges and even locomotives the most Gigantic Amada of ships the world has known formed the Spring to a saturday for an inv Asj 4 to. Drench North j Africa. The move is designed to clean up the South Mediterranean coast As a prelude to an invasion of what Winston Churchill Calls the a soft under belly of final liquidation of the Axis is expected to follow. When by 1944, according to Premier Smuts of South Africa. The invasion action moved swiftly and surely toward the Best planned accomplishments since Adolf Hitler invented the Blitzkrieg. Swarming ashore at Atlantic and Mediterranean key spots the american spearheads captured Algeria within one Day sunday. Worships Duel off Algiers Gibraltar a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a 1 a a a. A it remember him As the stationmaster in a mrs. Miniver a Dorothy Lawton the journal times theater editor met Henry travers in Hollywood and found that make believe father and Grandfather roles have been Preponderate in his career. Child discovery tells Dot she Quot loves the movies Public opinion underestimates next tax Bill majority not yet saving to pay Steep Revenue bar George Gallup director american Institute of Public opinion. Princeton n. J., nov. 14.�? a Good Many americans Are going to have a rude Awakening when next March 15 Rolls around. Congress has passed one of the most sweeping income tax provisions in the nations history. It is a tax Bill which will reach Down to tap the pocketbook of even the $15-a-week delivery boy. Yet Over one half of the people interviewed in a nation wide Institute study either did no to know whether they will have to pay any tax or done to know How much they will have to pay. Lack information. One question submitted to the voting Public through Institute interviewers was this a do you know about How much your Federal income tax will be next March on your earnings of this year a quadruplets ride merrily along finning remember him in the same picture with trav the answers to this question by Dot Lawton away from Hollywood Long enough Are indicative of the Lack of one of the finest persons it was to appear in it. Information which people have my pleasure to meet in Hollywood before a Shadow of a doubt his about the tax Bill due in four More was Henry travers who is prob most recent elderly role was that months. Here Are the answers prize winning Rose in a mrs. Min know How much 23% done to know How much. 51 done to think wu1 have to pay any26 not saving for tax. Even More serious is the fact very. Few of those questioned Axis resistance in Africa. The father of Teresa Wright in when he a a discovered her while Quot a a Larch Yta bin Quot to routed Field marshal Rommel his a Shadow of a doubt a when i met she was wading for a bus in Here a the extent of null Honre Spain in 1s23 by William ran personal whereabouts unknown him on the studio lot. He is a i Home own. The mystery will a Erans a i?,.,Ipi i ii. Was also racing along the desert droll patient sort of Man who fits j probably be her last picture As pf.�1�"biggest tax Dolph Hearst was announced Sand Trot in Tiff Dill into farther and grandma Gfrer Patkar fir for her Mother nauon_8 a toy today. The name of the purchaser ish eighth army out of Egypt and As though they were written for told me on the set that Edna f. A j was not revealed. In a Westward direction. The him. In fact his favorite one Mae a father was coming to take j following question to the vet american column on wednesday was written for him it was the Ber Home As soon As the film was bagged Bougie a base Only 200 p a a you can to take it with completed. Miles from Tunisia and by Friday you which George Kaufman and s our friends and Edna Mae a had occupied Bone a City just 60 Moss Hart wrote Sherifi eally for playmates Are in Santa Rosa a she Miles from the Border. By week s him and succeeded in getting him explained. Transportation problems hold no terrors for the Khaki Clad Lashley quadruplets of Leitchfield by. Big brother Charles Thomas Home on furlough provides motive Power for Beulah left mar Tine Mildred and John 20-month-old children of or. And mrs. Porter Lashley. It it 2ra�?o\ Jrex a Tuiet two ably acquainted with More Glam of the stationmaster who grew the b Quot a key objective caplet penalties of the theatre winning Rose in a mrs. Min wednesday along with Rabat Ca it and mu0vle Wor than by meanwhile a speedy Mobile col other Man hl5 not Only that an urn of americans was racing from but be has been make believe ers pigtailed to year old Edna Algiers toward Tunisia farther father or Grandfather to most of j won Acou a Santa Rosa Calif eastward on the Mediterranean them. Grocer s daughter whom Alfred hoping to capture that country and keeping up his paternal record a Ltd Jacok director of Shadow of thus effectively Pinch off the last he was cast in the role of the a doubt skyrocketed to Fame monastery sold for $19,000 new York nov. 14.�? a Sale of the cistercian monastery imported Stone by Stone from end it was reported that the allies including about 150.000 troops of Britain a first army the Dunkirk veterans had crossed the Border and were aiming at Bizerte vital naval base and at Tunis chief City of Tunisia. While the Allied troops estimated by Vichy at 140.000 were being conveyed to Africa directly from the u. S. And from Britain sub Carrier output doubled loves the movies. A i love the movies a Edna Mae enthused As she stopped Long enough to talk with me for a few minutes before she went out during recess to play with a number ing Public the Lith Century monastery of a have you started saving any the cistercian order of monks has any Money for the special purpose keen for Sale through Gimbel of paying your income tax the answers Are saving for income tax .25% Are not saving for. Income tax .75 one of the Treasury departments Brothers department store since january 1941. It was originally priced at $50,000 but was recently reduced to $19,000. The monastery was dismantled at its original location in Sacra Mencia Spain and was shipped to the United states aboard a special Steamer at an estimated new York nov. 14.�?0j.pj�? Gen. By. Montgomery was letting a pm Wmk d Leah chief o no Sand get in his shoes As he Pur a a to sued the battered remnants of the staff to president Roosevelt said must also be accompanied to the afrika Korps. Madruh in Egypt tast night that the United states studios by one of their parents or surrendered sunday and by tues was building submarines and air an immediate member of their Day the last of the enemy has been Craft carriers twice As fast As be family. Dusted into Libya. Bardia in lib fore the War. Alfred Hitchcock Edna Mae Sya was passed wednesday and aircraft carriers he said were and Henry traverse director saw taken thursday. Obruk was re now being built in i it months in Edna Mae the possibilities of taken by the British thursday and battleships that used to take five another Virginia Weidler and will by the end of the week the flight years in about three submarines see her 20 Back to Santa Rosa with had reached a Point 38 Miles be in Little More than a year. Modern real regret Pond Obruk. Destroyers were being turned out Hitchcock True to his tradition in six months a third of the time Orlef y appearing As an actor in a Hitler was not Idle although j11 a a 3 every picture he directs will again headaches will probably be in of0other children on the set. When dealing with the people in lower Cost to i fears of $500,000. Since she was not actually working on income brackets who have never i the decision to sell it the entire the picture. Edna Mae was study before had to pay a tax. Very building has been packed in 10,500 ing with the studio teacher for i few of these people Are making cases each weighing a half ton children must go to school even any provision to meet their tax and stored in a warehouse. One if they Are in the movies. They Hiil j obstacle to its Sale has been the Here is the savings picture by great Cost of moving the Monas income Levels Tery since the Sale Price has been upper Middle lower f. O. B. Hearst warehouses new Are saving 47% 36% 15% York. Are not saving. 53 64 85 these findings indicate that Many of the lower income people turn to Page 9, column i Senate issues arrest order for absentees it it Washington nov. 14.�?cu.r a the Senate today took the unusual action of authorizing its sergeant at arms to Issue warrants of arrest to Force the immediate attendance of absent senators so the could continue. The arest order made on a motion by Senate democratic Leader Alben w. Barkley of Kentucky was limited to seven senators. These seven according to a checkup by the sergeant at arms were in Washington but absent from the Senate chamber. Barkley agreed to restrict his motion after sen. Tom Connally dem. Tex had protested that As it was originally worded it would have compelled the sergeant at arms to a drag missing senators from their Home lower work age for women Washington nov. 14.�? u r a Secretary of labor Frances Perkins today ordered the minimum age for women employed in War industries lowered from 18 years to 16 years j at the of the debate on anti poll tax War a cd Navy departments and fire destroys 22 Homes aircraft he had been put on the de i carriers Large and Wear grease paint in a Shadow of a Tensive for the first time in this a sea a 5fcvef a tending boats for his dramatic Demon War. His armies swept Over Allar 0 kinds of naval units ration Hitchcock has chosen a France Down to the Spanish Bor not were about to be built with sequence that takes place in a Raider and to the North coast of the a tirrhn8 almost equal to the pre Road coach. The scene features Mediterranean marshal Petain of War mass production of Jaseps gotten As a fugitive from France declared the 1940 armistice cars be said. Broken and said frenchmen would shipbuilding record have to defend themselves. Tou a nothing like it has Ever been Ion Home base of most of the done in the history of the world a French Fleet was not occupied by he a this years total of the nazis and the final disposition american shipbuilding will reach of the Fleet was a big question 8,000,000 dead weight tons More a Mart Justice and Hitchcock will be seen in the background As a Gin Rummy player. Reunion with Saba. Shakeup pending in command of plane production Washington nov. 14.�? pm the entire aircraft production High command shortly will be reorganized under Charles e. Wilson vice chairman of the War production Board an informed govern oldest Structure. Ii. Theodore sorg attorney for j Virginia City nev., nov. 14. The purchaser said the monastery j �?6j.r a fire destroyed 22 Resi reputed to be the oldest Structure Dences on the outskirts of historic just outside the a Shadow of a ment official disclosed today. Set i ran into an old a new four Man aircraft Board will be created with Wilson presi in the Western hemisphere will not be assembled until after the War and will remain on this Side of the Atlantic. Among those who have bid for the monastery in the past have been Sosthenes Benes president of the International Telephone amp Telegraph co., who wanted to give it to the people of Spain the government of puerto Rico which wanted the building for a a Virginia City today but the business District was saved from destruction by a sudden shift of the wind which checked the flames. Among the historic residences of the old Comstock lode destroyed by the fire was the Sharon mansion once the Home of millionaire William Sharon who built the original Palace hotel in san Francisco. Maritime commission. They informed her that continued inclusion in War contracts of a provision that no woman under 13 years be employed would a impair seriously the conduct of government business by retarding essential production and interfering with the successful prosecution of the War in which the United states in engaged and which requires the Complete utilization of the human and National resources of the miss Perkins under the Walsh Healey Public contracts act had issued an order sept. 21 providing for inclusion in War contracts a stipulation that no woman under 18 years of age be employed by a contractor in the manufacture or production or furnishing of any of the materials supplies articles or equipment included in such contract. Provisions specified. In lowering the age to 16, she made the following provisions in no girl under 16 shall be allies tighten Nutcracker in Mediterranean Rommel continues Pell Mell Retreat Raf attacks Genoa by the United press the Allied Nutcracker tightened in Africa today with indications that the Battle for Tunisia was under Way. Axis radios reported that two big naval Battles were in Progress in the new War theater one off the american base at Algiers and the other somewhere in the Vicinity of Gibraltar. Spanish reports said that a powerful concentration of Allied warships including a battleship three aircraft carriers and several cruisers had steamed away from the Gibraltar Anchorage. The situation in Tunisia itself was obscured by Lack of official Allied reports. Move across Frontier. However the Axis radio said the British first army moved across the Frontier at Dawn in support of French troops who were said by correspondents at Allied Headquarters in Africa already to be fighting nazi occupation forces in Tunisia. To the East marshal Erwin Rommel spell Mell Retreat was continuing. One report placed the main remnants of the afrika Korps Well West of Bema some 200 Miles inside Libya. No attempt at a stand by Rommel was Likely East of Al Athelia and possibly not until he entered Tripoli Tania. The american command at Algiers appeared to be bickering with Admiral Jean Francois Darien in an obvious attempt to win further support in Africa probably in Tunisia and Senegal where the French base of Dakar is located. Marshal Henri Philippe Petain issued a statement in Vichy repudiating Darlan and some sources in London expressed concern at the possibility Darlan might play any permanent part in the French set up in North Africa. The Royal air Force made another heavy attack on Genoa Northern Italy Supply base for the Axis forces to the South. A cd Utiss in action. The London press reported that the Vanguard of Lieut. Gen. Kenneth a. N. Andersons British first army and american troops was believed to have crossed into Tunisia this morning. U. S. Parachutists were reported in action. There was no official confirmation that the Anglo american army had entered Tunisia but the Swift March of events made it Likely that such news soon would be forthcoming. Dispatches from Allied Headquarters in North Africa told of fierce fighting Between French garrisons and the nazi a a Protection troops. The Tunisia air Fields were under continued attack by Allied planes apparently operating not More than a billion dollars in. A a a a. Gold and Silver have been taken air Tabor standards act or tonal memorial and former . Alvin Fuller of Massachusetts from the Earth around Virginia any. j3� or admits employed. 2�?no girl under 18 shall be pm j Only from established bases at played for More than eight hours j Malta but from the new Fields in in any one Day or Between the French North Africa. Hours of to p. In. And 6 a. Rn., or i the North africans dispatches in any Way contrary to state Laws said that the germans had brought governing hours of work. I in 12 and 15-ton tanks by air 3�?no girl under 18 years of age to reinforce their position on the shall be employed in any opera ground in Tunisia. About 150 Axis Tion or occupation which under j dive bombers were said to be operating from tunisian bases. Who wanted to give the monastery to the Bostom museum of Fine arts. Mark for the entire world. And than six times the production for Friend Sabu who visited Racine a we new Kwiw Wilson presi Miral Darlan. Once of Vichy asked xxx products for a q following his Dent it of general electric company. A o Dii ast sub. Completion of a the thief of Baa ?.�cha.irma&Quot. And i class awaits dismissal the Fleet thursday to join the allies. He could have ordered it to do that. A in spite Marine is performance innings the outstanding a a test completed work Ace of the american Mer Balter rangers a arabian j Tion from the army Navy and a a a re a a a t. 1 will operate As a a Little we by it if Hitler was worrying Ifju and builders acne to Maria Montez so Hood did for War planes alone to set the 1 a 1, the contributions of Canada and Ana Maria Montez. To Good am j f Crew Tulina in or hint a great Britain has maintained our Ute technicolor picture look Tong spading aircraft pro b t. Avail we tonnage Flottm a figure studio executives they have it will do to his russian plans he has still More worries coming. Churchill spoke up wednesday on by and electrified the world by declaring in Plain words that Britain was planning an invasion across the English Channel or across the North sea. Such a move with the russians pressing from the East and the Al not too far below that of last already planned two additional films using the three players so outstanding did they feel was the u ,. Work of Maria Montez As sche agreement reached Mazade that they have rejected All in hindi Nic Naif offers from other film companies in 1 urn a is put for her services. A White Savage Lansing mich., nov. 14.�? 4p and a cobra woman will be turn Crement and production. Hunters guns menace great lakes sailors teacher shoots dog Columbus. Ind., nov. 14.�?wi a miss Hazel Fores a teacher at Garfield school was about to dismiss her first Grade class when she caught sight of a dog evidently mad. Ordering the children to remain in their seats miss Fores ran to the nearby Home of a Friend returned with a Shotgun killed the City since discovery of its mines in 1859. Cause of the fire was not known and no estimate of damage was available. No one was injured. Once a thriving Metropolis of 50,000 persons Virginia City has dwindled away to a few Hundred and is threatened with becoming a ghost town by a recent Federal order closing Gold mines. Decapitated Milwaukee nov. 13.�?<�> a Jacob f. Peters 40, was decapitated yesterday by a switch engine in the Milwaukee Road Yards. Tractive ruling is determined to be hazardous in nature or dangerous to health. Planes head North. However continued uncertainty As to whether the nazis actually intended to make a firm stand in 4�?a contractor shall obtain and Tunisia was raised by the British keep on file a certificate of age communique from Cairo. This re showing that every girl employed ported that a flight of 60 Axis by him is at least 16. Planes heading North apparently 5�?a specific and definite lunch j from Tunisia and bound for Sicily Eon period of at least 30 minutes was intercepted by Royal air Force shall be regularly granted any fighters. Seven of the planes were woman worker under 18. Destroyed and others damaged. 6�?no girl under 18 shall be pm this followed fridays report played at less than the minimum that half a dozen big italian plane hourly rate set by or under the turn to Page 4, column i fair labor standards act or the j Walsh Healey Public contracts act for the Industry in which the exemption is granted. Ably lunging up through Italy would close Down the pincers on Adolf and his minions. Lussia was Able to stave off i r Lake county sheriff that pellets a la u in from pheasant Hunters guns had i Milwaukee mail Field a Stephen Eddy Federal labor coned Cut to capitalize on miss Mon ready established americans prob ffl�?~t0\-. A truce in the term potentialities Ohie in find Titan i Tabor dispute that has closed two do you wonder How the play Nash Kelvin tor War plants Here j ers electricians stagehands and was agreed to by company and other persons connected with a Union representatives shortly of film know what is scheduled for tar noon today and that the planes each Day i did and consequent Nal desperate thrusts by the would Reo Jim with today s 3 p. In. By was particularly interested in nazis at Stalingrad and in the Cau j tile daily production work Sheet Casus during the week and was body Sal j the action was Vir Given to key persons in each Connable to report also that the Initia i tally a directive of the War labor Pany who in turn notify the per Tive was swinging to the United j a a Are a. And negotiations of sonnet under them. Nations word came from tur the differences which have kept Dally work charted key that troops and planes were the plants closed for More than. Being taken out of Russia for the i two Days would continue under the in he daily production work defense of other parts of . Guidance of web representatives for 9? the directors a and army officials. Assistants titles of production and Rickenbacker son of the famous a australians and americans the War department had de whore the companies were work i whose Rescue was announced were slowly pinching the handed that production of a ides i tag were tabulated on the first today a Felt from the beginning japs out of new Guinea and the Pera Tely needed War materials be j the Pirn for the Dean that Luc hold out yanks were doing Well on Guadal resumed immediately. Union Lead a Durbin picture a forever and that he would be canal. Saturday the Navy said that ers had charged that the company yours was not working that Par Young Rickenbacker is a first Battles were raging in the Solomon a locked out the workers after titular Day two units of a shadowy or Cadet at Admiral Farragut 1 turn u Page Ace Twat of aval Cadamy Pine Beach. Chicago nov. 14.�? a a Navy recruits at Camp Green Bay part of the great lakes naval training dog and went Back into the class station Are getting action under room. Fire earlier than either they or i a you great lakes officers expected pupils. Lieut. A. Herd notified the i May go a she told the Resolution to ask Congress to postpone Gas rationing Washington nov. 14.�?<u.r> rep. Victor Wickerham dem., rattled off the Walls of Barracks i in her for Larne non inn okla said today that he will in at the South end of the Camp Sev tooth jump Gnu j to Duce a joint Resolution in con eral times menacing the sailors. Rickenbocker s son relied on dad s Luck Toms River n. Nov. 14.�? be a seventeen year old David area but gave no details. Production was stopped. Milwaukee nov. 14.�? uj9�? Paul Knauer vice president of the German american citizens Alliance was under subpoena today to appear nov. 16 before a Federal grand jury at Philadelphia with records and documents pertaining to the Kyff Haeuser bund Gress calling few a 90-Day postponement of gasoline rationing scheduled to become nationwide on dec. I in states where supplies Are a adequate for the present and in states like Oklahoma one of the worlds great Petroleum pro i during regions the people will conserve tires just As effectively directed collection of funds Here on a voluntary basis As they will for this organization of German with compulsion Wickerham veterans of world War no. I in 5 said. 1940. The subpoena was served i rep. August h. Andresen rep., late Friday by a Deputy Federal i min proposed in a letter to Sui Hal a War production chief Donald b. Nelson that gasoline rationing in the Middle West be postponed until after the holidays. He told Nelson that the farm states no longer possess a driving horses and buggies to carry on in lieu of automobiles and therefore could not revert at once to an earlier kind of transportation to travel the Long distances involved in business transactions in that part of the country. Andresen also urged a larger a primary allowance than four Gallons a week be granted in farm states and that in the interests of preserving health fuel Oil allotments be such that Homes May be heated to 70 instead cd 65 degrees. U. S. Fighters based in Libya and Egypt Cairo nov. 14.�? states fighter squadrons now Are operating against the Axis from recently captured advanced bases in Egypt and Libya an american army air Force communique announced today. The communique said american fighters and fighter bombers Are attacking the remnant of marshal Erwin Rommel a Panzer forces fleeing across the libyan desert. Al Salvador cuts relations with Vichy san Salvador nov. 14.�? of the foreign office announced today that the Republic of Al Salvador has served diplomatic relations with Vichy France. The government advised the French minister that relations were broken As a manifestation of american Solidarity

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