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22 Nov 1942

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - November 22, 1942, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday bulletin vol. 13, no. 28racine, wis., sunday november 22,1942. To pages the world last week it by pout Dack september when the germans became a bit Touchy about allowing their newspapers to mention a the last Days of Stalingrad a they began to emphasize the japanese offensive new Guinea. Hardly a person All Europe had Ever heard of the Village of Kokorda until then but suddenly Germany started broadcasting that it was a japanese base the australian front that Gen. Macarthur was the run and that it was Only a matter of Days until port moresby was captured and Australia invaded. For weeks and weeks the Axis press and the newspapers of what used to be unoccupied France Spain and Portugal carried the stories about Kokorda. But by the first Days of november maps of new Guinea disappeared from the Axis press the name of Kokorda was no longer heard and according to the associated press Only Small items the Neutral newspapers reported the recapture of the Village by the australian troops. Success frays German nerves a a a Quot a Ltd it $ 1 1 a a it rumours spread Over nation Survey shows Roosevelt British race groups among favorite targets by George Gallup director american Institute of Public opinion. Princeton. A. Nov. 21.�? rumours which give Aid to the enemy by confusing the Public Are for the first time the present War Bein Quot made the subject of scientific study and analysis. Pioneers the work of to hat Story of backfiring prop covering and scorching All kinds Ganda serves to Point up to of rumours Are Gordon Allport and the fact that one of the big stories Robert Knapp of Harvard uni of the War recent Days has been obscured by More sensational developments i. E., the african Campaign. Yet there is a similarity Between these two major world actions which cannot be overlooked. President Roosevelt did t Overlook it when he said tuesday night that a the turning Point of the War has been the similarity is this the allies have taken the initiative Africa and Are the process of driving the Axis Back into Europe. It is the prelude to invasion. American and australian forces Are the initiative the Solomon islands and new Guinea fighting to drive the japanese from those areas preparatory to More moves northward from the Southwest Pacific. Hoy7 important is the new Guinea action May be seen the fact that Gen. Douglas Macarthur himself is leading the attack. At this writing the United nations Are the verge of capturing Buna and Gona the North shores of that part of new Guinea called Papua. With the Success of this action Only the Jap bases of lae and Salamata will be left for the enemy that Island. Similar ill the americans both he Navy and the ground forces Are gradually achieving a solid Victory the Solomons. Efforts of the japs to reinforce their Guadalcanal troops met with defeat a varsity. The american Institute of Public opinion with its nationwide staff of Field reporters is a position not Only to discover rumours but also to measure the extent and Speed with which they travel across the nation. The results of a study just completed Are astounding collection of baseless stones or distortions of the truth running from the vicious to the Plain ridiculous. Distortions of truth. Those which contain a Grain of the truth Are perhaps More harmful than the others since they Are More Apt to be believed. For example Here is what happened to part of president Roosevelt a report to the nation get. La. He said at one Point his talk a a. I was impressed by the Large proportion of women employed. I had some enlightening experiences relating to the old saying of us men that curiosity inquisitiveness is stronger among women. I noticed that frequently when we drove unannounced Down the Middle of the great Plant full of workers Axis troops entrench for crucial stand american British and French columns converge Africa a now there s even a lady Santa Claus the manpower shortage has even hit old Saint Nick. This lady Santa Claus has turned up a dressed like or. Claus except for the whiskers a a Chicago department store and youngsters seem just As Happy telling her which gifts they Are hoping for. This mrs. Santa Claus promises to pass children s wishes to her overworked husband. With the British first army Tunisia. Nov. 18 a delayed our a a powerful British striking Force Cut a German reconnaissance unit to pieces the initial clash of the first army a offensive into Tunisia. The German reconnaissance troops were encountered Western Tunisia two Days ago and were immediately wiped out by the Superior British forces. By the United press american British and French forces moved toward a final showdown with the Axis North Africa. Converging Allied columns drove Tunis Bizerte and gabes where German and italian troops were and a Brian Donlevy whose movie Tim Whelan director stood patiently listening while miss Dorothy Lawton theater editor of the journal times and Brian Donlevy Star of a a Nightmare and a Wake Island a chatted about Wisconsin. Donlevy one of Hollywood a most popular players formerly lived Sheboygan Falls and Beaver dam. Home state news interests sex badgers Hollywood by Dot Lawton since his Success a Wake isl roles have taken him from villain rap scallion to hero assign or entrenching themselves for a last ditch Battle. At the Eastern end of the rap rents is one of the most widely idly telescoping Axis foothold sought after players Hollywood. Africa the British eighth array 14 was pleasure to meet him fought marshal Erwin Rommel s and Chat with him several of rearguard at aged Abia and occur evasions the sets of a Nightmare a a. T. And t. Questioned Long distance rates Washington nov. 21.�? j Avenue of expense contributes to a the Federal communications the prevention of Rommel was sex s00n t0 be released with Diana last stand commission pied Bengali petted to put up a Battle at Al agh Eolia to Miles Southwest of aged Abia the Gulf of Sirte. No easy task. Allied forces anticipated no easy task ousting the germans from Tunisia. The nazi forces were taking up Strong positions a semicircle around Tunis and Bizerte revised Power Bill approved Washington nov. 21.�? a. ,. Al a .7 a House ways and Means sub today ordered the the commission noted that where their communications with committee agreed today the american Telephone amp Telegraph after the adoption of a compar Sicily were Only 70 Miles Distant draft 0f a substitute Bill giving co. To show cause Why its Long Able order of investigation j Over water close enough for nazi the president wartime Power to the acc fighters to protect reinforcement suspend Laws governing tariffs and machines the first people to distance toll charges should not 194,1\ne.t?? by 1 t to a a j j a i i. Tha Dali i look up from their work were the men and not the the Rumor reported from a Small Indiana town went like this a Roosevelt has lost so much be a substantially the order requires the company to submit answer by dec. I and to appear at a hearing dec. 16. At this hearing the commission and the Bell system resulted convoys. Immigration and transmission of agreement reducing Long distance tightening the pressure Italy information to and from the unit Telephone tolls by approximately the Royal air Force carried out its de states but with limitations was miss Barrymore a last and she $14,000,000 annually. That agree heaviest attack of the War a ter described by chairman Jere Cooper was tremendously impatient to be Berlin reports big events Are imminent fighting ability of yanks Africa arouses curiosity Stockholm nov. 21.�? a the newspaper Alleman a reported from Berlin today that tension Germany a is mounting hourly a regarding the outcome of the Battle Tunisia. The Berlin report said that a big events Quot Are believed imminent. The germans were reported to be most curious regarding the morale and fighting ability of american troops which they have heretofore tended Barrymore the starring Femin j f0 Bride. A Quot naturally we talked about wis j German sources said that the Consin at some length for Donlevy North african Battleground has lived both Beaver dam and should prove of a historic Sheboygan Falls. Our Conversa Norton up Insp nov do a Tion attracted several other former Ortance since it pro lie a badgers a Jack Gross one time test of the Quality of the new theater manager Here and now a american producer at Universal Mort sing that red that the hater jr., assistant director of a night Irie it a Assencao to a inc dais Mare a whose father has a string tie now under Way a one Day of Heaters this state and who May perhaps be considered of informed me that or. And mrs. Ual importance with the Marshall Grant had recently join Jed the ranks of parenthood Jim Battle of Carthage Mie Feiner now a studio exec i a Tive. Another former Badger the lot was Bob Moake Elwyn to the friends who knew him 30 years ago when he worked the. J of a i g journal news and it was he who1 rival 01 u was responsible considerable measure for seeing that i went places and did things both the lot sad Oft a a staff both Donlevy Otabiana bar Jav up. General staff bitter. London nov. 21.�? a the daily mail said today that the a Ritter von Thoma As a prisoner from Egypt had revealed some remarkable facts about the bitter feeling among members of the general Thoma second command to Raymore were suffering from. Terr marshal Erwin Rommel North Fie colds Jay first Day thy be j was captured by the Brit ish when they broke through Ger ment was reached without necessity of a hearing. Popularity that when he went into said testimony will cover not the War factories the women three Day naval Battle. A total did t even bother to look up at of 28 Jap ships were sunk and to were damaged according to word from the u. S. Navy monday and thursday. Some 20,000 to 40,000 troops of Japan were lost transport sinking. By week s end the Ming burial caskets Are u. S. Was Able to report that half needed the War Effort the Jap Force Guadalcanal had been destroyed and that the remainder was being wiped out. Him but kept right Leon Henderson will probably be surprised to learn of this one a distortion of the fact that the metals used making and trim badly Block resents Jeffers remark the Rifici pounding of the Northern dem. Tennas a proper Safe i done with the picture so that she dust rial Center of Turin. j might go Home to bed and try to the Rome communique left no the new measure was agreed lower the 102 fever which was doubt of the heaviest of the at upon unanimously by the sub-1 burning her up. She talked of tacks admitting that terrific dam committee after it had age had been caused particularly to the Center of the City. Man defences at Al Alamein and sen the afrika Korps fleeing Westward. He has said that High officer of the general staff believe that War is heard her famous father John Barry a the preserve of the professional Senta More telling me How she had been a. J a. U pleas for approval by represent j More telling me How she had been i Soldier and resent no Roach Tives of the War and Navy de pretty upset that morning when ment by civilian. And d0liticians a single bombing Squadron it payments and other War agencies some Luggage which had been his i which Hump Adolf Hitler and All was revealed dropped 54 of the Cooper described it As a strictly a and which the studio had bought pm her of the mrav Arr Ned 4,000-ton blockbusters and 110,000 War Jai auction turned up the set i thedarl party Accra pounds of incendiary bombs makes no a predictions. I for use one of the a a Nightmare i Thoma was said to have told his a Allied Success North Africa is reaching greater proportions than even expected by the commanding officers. Nearing the Tunisia Border Early the week the allies were Able to announce tuesday that British and american paratroops had penetrated deep into tunisian territory and a Wisconsin town Henderson is reported to have said a fall the undertakers have to do is wrap the body a Sheet and put it the ground. That a stories As ridiculous As the one about Henderson would be More amusing were it not for the fact that they Are apparently believed by the More credulous. Rumor topics. Listed below Are the subjects Cooper said a this whole matter scenes. Captors that hitlers Assumption of Vance of the big army columns. Run ors cd elected with the relative frequency with which they were mentioned anti Roosevelt 15 per cent anti administration. 14 per cent anti business Industrial waste and profiteering12 per cent armed forces la per cent red Cross 7 per cent anti British 8 per cent anti semitic 6 per cent fifth column activity 6 per cent unrevealed enemy activity 5 per cent anti negro. 3 per cent labor i per cent Russia i per cent All others la per cent. President Roosevelt comes turn to Page 4. Column 5 any event remain High. Cut toll 41. Acc chairman James Lawrence Fly said of the order a these excess heavily at this time both the Cost of the War and the Cost of living. With Admiral Darlan apparently working smoothly with tile allies swinging the French into Battle lines the last forces of the Axis Africa were being squeezed tightly. Columns ringed the vital Bizerte Tunis area As the weeks progressed. Others struck across the Waist of Tunisia to Cut off any attempt to Rommel a fleeing men to join the action at Bizerte. French columns from the Lake Chad area equatorial Africa split into two forces one driving at Tunisia the other to meet the fast moving British eighth army the Pursuit of Rommel. Both Derna and Bengali fell into British hands last week and now unless Rommel makes a last stand at Al Asheila his last stronghold Africa is Tripoli. Strong bomber forces of the Raf were backing up the Allied attack the Axis Africa by Reno nev., nov. 21.�? a i a mama a his mate whom he finds smashing heavily at Italy. After Richard Allen Knight impetuous a unimaginably dear to my Genoa had been thoroughly bomb not a York Atto Mev sought his mrs. Knight daughter of Lewis de the week before the far flying Only rates but All charges classifications practices and regulations of a. T. Amp Long lines department. The acc said the order was issued the basis of the company s own reported figures to. A dictating that the department is i Washington nov. .1 gleaming net Book investment a demand that rubber adminis Turin less than hour. At the rate of 24.37 per cent Trator William Jeffers Quot promptly the British admiralty revealed she planned to go to new York i the supreme command so it do dually before Federal income clarify his assertion that oppo that British submarines Are taking original with me War As soon As her cold was sufficient. Aster for the German army built taxes and at the rate of 14.92 sit Ion to nationwide gasoline a a steady toll of Axis shipping he added that government by improved to allow travel and up by the general staff a Devotion per cent after the new 1942 fed toning was financed a by people the Mediterranean. Axis de officials a made a very impressive her return to the West coast the daily mail pointed out that Era i Normal taxes and sur taxes. Who should know better arose Stroyer and a Tanker were reported cases for the measure. He said he j was leaving a tour of army Thoma belongs to the professional a company figures As to net Congress today As anti rationing sunk and another destroyer and hoped it would be passed this ses Camps. She was particularly Hap school of German soldiers and said operating income of the Long lines bloc Laid plans to Appeal to pres a Supply ship probably sunk. The Sion but declined to make any by about her role a Nightmare a it still opposes the nazi party department for the nine months ident Roosevelt for postponement admiralty said mines have been predictions. He also said he did for it was providing her of the theme of his remarks was ended sept. 30, 1942, of the order. Sowed to cutt off the Axis from not know whether the full com port Unity to show her acting ver-1 a Hitler has ruined the Reichs Nual basis indicate excess earnings ranging from $47,000,000 to $62,000,000, depending what rate of return and what Federal tax rates Are allowable a the announcement said. A if you meant to assert that any surface communication with Spain Mittee would conduct Public hear sati Lity As a dramatic Star just As Wehr a the daily mail said member of Congress opposing a and the Balearic islands. Ings the new substitute Bill. A Between us girls had revealed j he also was reported to have Tio vide rationing of gasoline was Rush reinforcements. The measure imposes limitations her Talent for comedy for the first severely criticized hitlers eco receiving a financial consideration. Which would provide that time. Nomic policy. support of that opposition than reports from or h rican Only such aliens As Are a Neces j carefully directing her dramatic radio Moscow broadcast a i must Brand the insinuation for Allied Headquarters indicated that sary t0 the War Effort shall be flair was Tim Whelan famous Stockholm report that German the order said the departments Quot a hat it is completely false and a stiff Battle can be expected be admitted to the country Irr spec j English director who discovered generals including Field marshal current earnings will increase or without foundation a declared rep. Fore the germans Are driven out Tive of immigration Laws. Vivien Leigh Merle Oberon Laur Wilhelm von list were striving to Boren dem okla a Telegram to Jeffers. Of to a a Sia a your statement is insult Allied columns including Amer of the secretaries of War or Navy i Tim Whelan. To the integrity of the people at leans who Defeated the nazis department or other specially miss Barrymore a s t a d i not Raer Large and the members of Congress their first land engagement since designated War Agency officials. Kathryn Stanley is a former Max fun participating this action a the 1918 had driven to within about such alien would be admit Sennett bathing Beauty and Don oklahoman continued. 25 Miles of both Bizerte and Tunis. Fec As a a quota immigrant or Levy s Standin Byron Fitzpatrick their free movement shall be ence Olivier and Maureen o Hara reorganize the High command and permitted Only upon application he a extremely likable Chap is get it completely the hands of military experts. Touchy about Russia. Hitlers dismissal of marshal Walther von Brauchitsch and As von marshal Emil Ritter von Leeb rankled professional officers and recent developments were said to replying to the administrator s French troops and possibly Ameri otherwise for permanent Resi a a sugar to everyone the set remark about a knowing better a cans As Well were encircling the such aliens would not be is a most interesting character fhe government must make Boren said a we from the Oil pro germans at gabes the Tunis allowed to remain following sex for the scene which miss bar map every Effort to keep Down is Bdl during states and we wh0 have East coast of a is month period Raymore worked the stage set was Campaign Partick participated the administration however reports indicated the after the proposed law7 had sex the exterior of a Large warehouse Early was a sore spot radio mos of a synthetic rubber program and germans were Rushing tanks and tired. 1 turn to Page 7, column 5 cow said several Hundred German for the w7ar and to help the consumer keep Down his expenses. Every action that reduces either wife files suit then hides from persuasive attorney have studied it from the Start must i reinforcements across the 90 Miles Tell you frankly that we feel that 0f water from Sicily to Tunisia we know More than you do about As fast As possible and they had gasoline rationing As it applies to massed Large numbers of fighters these problems their relation to protect the movement and to our geographic czech exile confident main Issue decided bombers to attack the Allied columns. The germans were erecting a half Moon defense line around the coastal strip to protect Bizerte Tunis and there was every Indi move out meandering animals judge orders neighbors nov. 21�?wpi�?pres-.she has cuss Ledyard former lawyer for Dent Eduard Benes of the czech cation they planned to Force the sible for the strategic coast. Italian fears of what will Hap Casus and at Stalingrad Dwin Jwj Quot died and the russians were pre complaint filed Friday. Anon by mounting. Planes struck at the War Indus Quot lie today to explain Why a j. P. Morgan emerged from hiding government sex tic told t Rne rallies to pay As High a Cost As pos tur Quot dropping the big a no More right to a divorce than 0ng enough Friday to file the i Fng of Durham miners Tody a at. Blockbuster bombs two raids a hog to a Holiday. Vorce complaint charging a extreme of the a e wednesday and Friday. J Knight said lieu of finding her j mental cruelty a and to obtain Ween decided a has a atm m,csset1wm s to of he two How Vtha germans can stand the German drive the Cau the muted he Wall write Dren. Nora seven and Dina four. Other Winter of War Russia i ,. Us j his own answer to her divorce appears to Aralie z / a. With the greatest difficulty if at Knight learning the complaint a a Benes said a with the and Silver tongued persuasive was about to be filed appeared to armies of Russia still unbroken Ness won a reconciliation with her argue the Case. Judge William it is now impossible for the ge7 two years ago after she had Stab Mcknight ordered him to remain Man forces to swing Back and had rut of c0urt make a to us attack Ken the Britain. By week s end a report j Hope t or Success but Knight with the two children had leaked through from Stock de it ,1 is lost two rounds m clutching her skirts neither look Holm that tension was mounting Foj. A. _ de j101 spa a to him. Germany because of the recent Knight arrived Reno two Days a but a said Knight a a she a not a Success of the allies. It was a ago thinking 11 would be a simple Legal resident of this state. She los Angeles nov. 21.�? a j. H. Kerry a neighbors looked Forward happily today to casual walks from the Street car line free of adventurous meetings with meandering animals. Kerr who supplies animals to Den once the Albee Complete the Hollywood studios must move pen once the allies Complete the farther out the country ouster of the Axis from Africa were soldiers were shot or committed to concentration Camps Norway when they Learned almost simultaneously of the Allied taking Over North Africa and that they were to be sent to Russia for the Winter. Three thousand germans were a concentration Camp near Narvik for refusing to go to Russia while Many More were chains along the norwegian coast for the same reason radio Moscow said. Paring for a full Winter of offensive action to take advantage of the diversion caused by the invasion of Africa by America and his Farmer Hopes to Cash $69 Worth of ashes Galesburg 111 nov. 21�?wpi a Clifton Hall a Farmer living Beloit faculty favors suspension of sports Beloit wis., nov. 21�? a suspension of intercollegiate sports for the duration the Midwest conference embracing Iowa Illinois and Wisconsin colleges was recommended today by the Beloit under of ruling of judge Frank r. Carrell. testimony punctured by Coyote howls the mating cry of a a a there a a Bear looking the a you re crazy a a he said. Imitates animals. Kerr imitated the sounds of his a a a hey really father of to children weren t so unpleasant. To i a a i a but mrs. Ether g. Jeffers Dis takes q dare enlists agreed and described a Call of a Rockford 111., nov. 21.�? i Bird which a had a shriek like a Eugene Pinkerton 34-year-old woman being # Kerr maintained none of his Ani i Chicago construction worker and Parent that even the great Possi Matt Errol it it Cate mrs. Dorothy led has no More right to a divorce than vilify of dictator Laval of France Yard knig a who he Decla cd a bog to a his nation into the Axis be a Lis and Al d m new Mcknight granted a a mama tem near Maquon deposited $69 Worth Fetics. A full scale could be of great cheer j. A it wild Quot Miskec Las children Horary custody of the children Woof ashes at a Galesburg Bank to the committees recommend to the German Home folks. 1 . It would be As curtsied Dolit Elv before he Nilta i Lav brainer am Mimi a told what it meant to live so close to Kerr. A i went into the ladies powder room at Auto court a mrs. J. S. Morton said a and there was a Bear it. A i rap out screaming. I was so panic stricken that i ran into the menus restroom by mrs. Elizabeth Jones said she sauntered into her Kitchen one Midwest conference meeting at evening for a drink of water. As Crow the cry of a Cougar and the ,. Eerie howl of a Timber Wolf All Malsz eluding ape and a Cou the father of children is the expert imitations the neighbors Sar Quot As dangerous. Kind of Man who will take a dare. A emr. Kerr is Wise the ways of animals a Carrell said. A but a afraid he does no to quite understand College faculty committee ath father of coach Dies Jefferson City. Tenn., nov. 21�? gig j. D. Bible father of Dana x. Bible coach of the University of Texas football team Reno has been singularly unco.,.curtsied politely before Deputy i Day hoping the government would Tion was to be submitted to the simple he believed As standing sheriffs took them and mrs. Knight Issue new Money for it. Midwest conference meeting at ?.n re i Back to to Cir a hideout a Knight he explained that the ashes Chicago today by Beloit College she reached for the faucet she saw k 1 hire my air ii a Ain ar8u� with court re represented the contents of his delegates according to Bradley a Bear standing his haunches of of porters. He declared he would Billfold after it had spent hour Tyrell acting president of Beloit and peering the window Over _ a no or so up of the Kitchen Range College. Tyrell said the proposal the sink ogling at her. Hall and his wife done to know How had encountered no opposition likewise screaming she ran into it. Knight said today however that and children Back to new York. Died today. Operative i singularly Unco i did it once and i can do it j it got there but their two year old i the Beloit Campus and students j the next helping him find again a he said. I son Billy is under suspicion. Were a taking it Well. Husband room and shouted to her torpedo planes score hits Axis Convoy London nov. 21�?up a British torpedo planes bucked a heavy German fighter plane guard and he a the army now army spokesmen said because his wife Alice 35, dared him to join. A everybody else is doing it so How about you a she was quoted As saying. A to. K.,�?� he said a a la show you Mas Good a Soldier As anyone he enlisted Chicago arriving at the Camp Grant recruiting reception Center Friday. Pinkerton told army men he anti aircraft barrage Over the wanted to get the cavalry a be North sea Friday to score torpedo i cause i always did like to ride a hits two Supply ships and escort vessel Axis Convoy off he recall the birth the dutch coast the air ministry j dates of All his to offspring the said today. Three British planes i eldest of whom is 14 and the did not return. A youngest 9 months

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