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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 13, 1942, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday Quot or bulletin vol. 13, no. 18racine, wis., sunday september 13, 1942. To pages the world last week a by Paul Freye a Merica and Britain gave warning to Adolph Hitler that a full scale Allied offensive will hit nazi Europe at a moment of the United nations own choosing. As one member of the United nations Russia obviously did no to a choose a time As late As this for the opening of the second front but if the vote was 2-1 in favor of giving Britain and America More time to prepare for the All out attack Russia now must be satisfied with Hopes of an Early Winter to put the chill on hitlers Advance. The first Snow fell on the russian Battlefront Friday. True it fell among the peaks of the caucasus and not upon the greatest Battle of the War before Stalingrad. But even in the caucasus an Early Winter can help the russian cause by stemming the flow of hitlers hordes t o w a re the Southern Oil Fields. At any rate if Stalingrad now desperately defended by Timoshenko a armies on the Banks of the Volga is to fall next week or the we Eek after a second front in we Estem Europe would have been too late anyhow. Planes blast japs Nanchang German forces drive deeper into Stalingrad estimate a million men massed for crucial attack new York sept. Ii or a the British broadcasting company today quoted the Moscow radio As reporting the situation at Stalingrad As a a critical and said heavy fighting was in Progress for an important height. The bbl said Stalingrad a is being mercilessly russians Gallant defense at Stalingrad is doomed to death a or to Victory. If the red soldiers can Stem the mighty nazi steel which is being hurled at them they we ill deserve the acclaim of the entire Allied we orld for preserving the vital River line of communication with the Southern army. But the soviets we Ere alternately retreating and stiffening All week holding Here and losing there. By weeks end London heard Moscow radio reporting Street fighting in the City and the Vichy radio said the germans we Ere advancing into the town. Battle reports however declared that no advances had been made by the nazis in 24 hours but it we As indicated that there we As no telling How Long the defense could withstand the terrific pounding of the German planes and tanks. The Black sea port of Kovoros Sisk was admitted lost by the reds in saturday s dispatches. Germany had claimed it a we Eek earlier. Russians we Ere attacking on the Leningrad front on the front Northwest of Moscow and in the Voronezh sector but to no noticeable advantage i were following hitlers orders to capture Stalingrad at any Price and they we Ould not be deterred. To a speech monday night pres a ident Roosevelt declared a by the United press German forces today appeared to be driving deeper into the Stalingrad defences with indications that the most critical hour in the Battle for the Volga River key City we As at hand. The official russian communique indicated no substantial change in the Stalingrad Battle lines in the last 24 hours. How Ever a Moscow radio report heard by the Exchange Telegraph Agency in London said nazi troops had fought their Way into Stalingrad a streets and then had been throw out. A German radio report claimed that the red army Hac been compelled a to Retreat further to the Center of the City. Estimates indicated the germans had massed a Force of possibly 1,000,000 men for the Climax of their drive on Stalingrad. They we Ere backed by hundreds of tanks and at least 1,000 planes. The exact size of the russian defending army was not known but presumably numbered several Hund red thousand troops. Western front quiet. The air War in we Estern Europe we As inactive presumably due to bad weather but British reports the germans indicated that the increasing weight of Royal air Force attacks Are bearing heavily on the German populace. The nazi High command reported that russian counterattacks designed to break the weight of a Man s world this War among other things has opened to the ladies Many occupations once thought reserved exclusively for the brawn and Speed of the Tough male. To prove its so Here is a Cross Section of women at we Ork in a half dozen of the scores of jobs we hich men monopolized until recently. Times certainly change Rita Richer Bridgeville a railroaders mrs. Myrtle Kruse mrs. Mina Dow a Seattle Wash. Betty Pearia St. Louis to. Melba mince Kenner la. 243 receive diplomas in 2d wac class fort Des Moines Iowa sept. a the second class of officer candidates of the women a army auxiliary corps was graduated today we Ith 243 receiving diplomas and Gold shoulder bars designating them As third officers. It marked the completion of six weeks intensive training and Only three who started with the group failed to meet academic requirements. They became Basic auxiliaries. Members of the first class we hich we As graduated two weeks ago watched the ceremony we hich included a review on the Parade grounds. They have finished a series of lectures and studies on How to acquit themselves As officers and we ill be sent out on Active duty assignments. Squadron officer Kathleen c. Hunt of the British women a auxiliary air Force we As the graduation speaker. She joined the waifs at the outbreak of the War. Her husband is with the British army in Egypt. Since july 1940, Squadron officer Hunt has been stationed we Ith the Waal unit at new York and As senior officer in charge of the unit at Washington. Workers at army testing grounds Aberdeen. My. Jeannette Fanelli Philadelphia a. Treasury sets 1942 tax Bill at nine billion measure held open or a few minor changes .4 m v Washington sept. 12.�? of the total an estimated $7,-1 a the estimate is low7, the German attack on the Volga a Treasury estimates today set the 000,000,000 represents direct new opinion a he said River Rita had a pin fun run a Riff in tot Al a the 1942 Revenue Bill at taxes that will be retained by the George said the that the Power of Germany must be broken a on the battlefields of eur River City had been fended off in in a speech in the House Battles raging among the Stalin of commons tuesday prime min Grad fortifications ister Churchill pledged action a no a report from the usually Unm Atter what the reliable Vichy radio attributed to the parallel statements reveal j Ankara said that the germans de that a full War plan covering had crossed the Volga at some in not Only european operations but specified Point on the Stalingrad the entire picture of global Strat front. Egy and tactics had been agreed Moscow revealed that the rus upon by the two allies As Early As sians have launched another diver last july in an epic series of joint sinary attack apparently of considerable strength in the Leningrad area. In the caucasus we Here a nazi column is pushing on toward the Grozny oilfields the first autumn secret conferences. In London a Campaign broke out last week to gain concentration of Allied Power to smash German War strength and production in the Homeland. At the same time agitation for the opening of a second front died Down and the in my California Illinois Mississippi new Mexico North Carolina and by the George said that in addition to Michigan about $9,000,000,000, As the sen Treasury. The rebate Able new a few minor excises still to be act committee members quoted ate finance committee virtually a a Victory tax on individuals and de on next we Eek the committee George As suggesting that War completed preparation of the the rebate Able share of Corpora we Ould consider the advisability of contractors be limited to a five measure but held it open for a Tion taxes will bring additional re amending the Law authorizing re per cent profit after payment of More possible changes next seipts totalling $1,900,000,000 but negotiation by the government of All taxes. Week. Will be paid Back eventually. War contracts in connection with Senate changes made a net in j which a top Overall limit on War crease of $830,000,000 in the House profits would be discussed total of $6,270,000.000in non be this does not necessarily need rateable taxes swelling total fed to go in the tax Bill he said. The eral tax Revenue to about $25, committee May decide to offer it 000,000,000 a year if the Senate As an amendment after the Meas Bill is enacted. Ure reaches the Senate floor about chairman Walter f. George sept. 28. Medals Given la. S. Airmen derm a said the Treasury is at a u. S. Flying fortress snows were falling High in the base somewhere in eng mountains. However the Ger land sept. 12�? a maj. we Ere advancing and the Carl Spaatz today awarded medals whole thing became a War of fall of novo Rossik Black sea for gallantry to 33 american air Neres directed at hitter. Where a a1 base was acknowledged by men seven of whom we Ere in Host timotes we Ere based on 1941 income Levels and were a very conservative in View of increased National income forecast for next year. Recess until monday. The committee recessed until monday after making several i bomb planted in car claim big air show described by raid Leader fires started in warehouses enemy troops mowed Down chunking sept. 2. A delayed by censor a a u. S. Army air Force planes blasted japanese army Headquarters at Nanchang started a a innumerable fires among enemy warehouses and mowed Down japanese soldiers aboard a troop train today in what we As described As americans biggest single a air show in China. Several japanese steamers and barges carrying troops across Lake Loyang we Ere sunk by the american raiders during the offensive sweep against enemy positions in the Nanchang and Kiu Kiang areas of Tiangsi province. The lean and handsome american Pilot who Lead the raid said his men unloaded most of their incendiary and demolition bombs on Nanchang City. Made direct hits. A we hit the japanese Headquarters squarely setting innumerable fires among warehouses. Six japanese fighters we Ere in the air but they refused combat. A when we passed Over Nanchang i could see the chinese giving the japanese merry hell a the Sparta wis., sept. 12.�? a raid Leader continued. A the Chi the Federal Bureau of i Vestiga Nese w Ere within a few Miles of Tion today obtained a warrant the City. Men in the rear we aved against Robert Taylor Bailey 21, As we roared Over but those in who is hunted for questioning in front had no time. They were connection with the rapist slaying putting on a swy Ell show in close sept. 8 of Dorothy Baun 32, and quarters fighting with the japs Neil Pietrangeli 25. J having a hell of a time. The warrant issued by u. S. I a we headed North along the commissioner j. J. Mcmanamy of i railway and sighted a Long freight the Western District Federal court train. We peeled off and buzzed Ai charged Bailey with Over wide open blistering the violating the Dyar act by allegedly j train with machine gun miss Pietrangeli Sau i a the train halted and Jap sol to Mobile across the Wisconsin Diers poured out the windows and doors. It we As a bloody Slaughter. A we sighted a string of steam. A a. Ers towing barges in a canal off Bailey was said by the Federal Lak e Loyang and strafed them Bureau of investigation to have heavily. A few japanese escaped left the army Camp at fort Bragg by swimming but not Many be a. C., without official leave on cause the ships we Ere blazing with sept. I. Military authorities there advised Fri agents that he had Hunt deserter in rape killing Boundary into Minnesota. Revolver stolen. In a few minutes. A most of the steamers and stolen a .45 Caliper army revolver barges we Ere sunk. A few min and we As believed to be dangerous j utes later we saw another Ameri identification was established can formation again attacking the through the number on a military train. This time the locomotive identification tag which a Man who was blown up completely. The claimed he we As Bailey exhibited to explosion destroyed cars and rails cashier j. T. Peterson of the be and threw steel Over the land Sueur minn., state Bank we Hen he when How would it strike Al meanwhile the Raf and the russian air Force unleashed More trip Hammer blows at the germans and their occupied countries. Russia struck at Berlin. Vienna and Budapest and other Cit Moscow. Petals and four of whom were Gen. Douglas Macarthur re killed in action in the first dec ported a Success by Allied planes ration of flying fortress a precision which attacked two japanese de bombing Crews in Britain strokes off the Southeastern tip four squadrons stood in review of new Guinea. One of the de formation As a Paatz pinned the sprayers we As left in sinking con medals on an airman seated in a edition and the other probably we Heel chair and on 21 others lined up behind the wounded Man. Ies along the we a in raids last was damaged. Veek. British bombers blasted attacks near moresby. I Frankfurt and Dusseldorf heavily air attacks also were directed and other cities in nazi held ter against the japanese Mitory. Two flying fortresses of the United states were lost in raids sunday first blood drawn by the nazis against America in the air War. Japanese planes struck again and again at the new u. S. Bases 18 purple hearts. A total of 18 purple heart Deco-tr3�ng to rations 14 distinguished flying push Forward Down the Owen crosses and three distinguished Stanley mountains toward port service crosses were awarded. The moresby. The japanese bases at recipients ranged in rank from a Buna and teen Northeast of private to a colonel and included timor also we Ere bombed. Sergt. Imam r. Jenkins. 23, Rich in Madagascar the British mov mond. Va., who was the first for de ahead speedily and with Little Tress gunner to shoot Down a Ger opposition. British forces mov Man plane in the european them the Solomon islands but we Ere ing toward tananarive. 1 Ater. Defeated every time. New land a a i ing forces also were whipped. On _ Down the Mountain slopes in a Strong Medicine prescribed drive at port moresby the great i u. S. And australian base we hich guards the Northern australian coast. Gen. Macarthur candidly admitted the Jap Success but then i the Allied troops halted the enemy 40 Miles from the base. For War ills of nation by James Marlow and George Zielke Man 72, admits killing wife 67, with Hammer Cincinnati Ohio sept. 12.�? a John v. Reidel 72, confessed today that he beat his 67-year-old wife to death with a Sledge Hammer during an argument. The couple had Ben married 46 years. Reidel told police chief Richard Selz that he hit his wife with the Hammer a about three times a we Hen she refused to accompany j him to Church Early saturday. A she said she was going away without me a reidel said. A i was afraid of being left he said that he struck his wife Clara once with the Hammer and knocked her Down then hit her twice More to keep her from suffering. Police said that after reidel killed his wife he went to see his Florence Lingg a second floor Milwaukee. Sept. 12.�?gf a c. L. Kolb chairman of the re. Publican state voluntary commit tee told a political meeting Fri cashed a $25 Check in miss Pietrangeli a name there on sept. 8. Earlier the same Day the stripped and ravished bodies of the two intercepts fighters. Col. Robert l. Scott intercepted a flight of six japanese fighters in Revenue losses totalling $34,-800,000. The included 1. Reversal of a previous decision to tax parimutuel wagers at i five per cent. 2. Retention of a tax of 18 cents a Pound on smoking tobacco. The House proposed increasing it to 24 cents. 3. Approval of the House rates on Cigar tsp raising the Levy on Small Cigar ets from $3.25 per thousand and on Large Cigar ets from $7.80 to $8.40 per thousand. 4. An increase of the tax on gaming machines from $50 to $100. Day night that a bomb apparently had been planted in his car last tuesday. Or. Kolb said that at 2 a. In. He and his we Ife were awakened by an explosion in their garage. He added that his car was wrecked the garage doors blown off and the roof damaged. Firemen extinguished a fire in the automobile. Kolb said that previously he had received letters telling him to a go Stowe a in the political Campaign. Harry t. Of Connor special agent in charge of the Milwaukee Fri office said today such com women were found on Monroe and shot Down at least one before county trunk c in a wooded area the fight was broken off. A few eight Miles East of Tomah wis. Minutes later Lieut. Burrell bar a picture of Bailey obtained num old Lyne Conn. Encountered from the War department at Wash the same group of japs and shot in ton d. C., was shown today to Down another. Peterson and he said it w As a like i the japanese attempted a re Ness of the Man who cashed the Tali Atory raid and sent three Waves Check according to Harry t. Of la 18 and nine fighter planes of Connor chief Fri agent at Mil in an attack on Hangyang air Waukee. Drome american base. A heavy description of Bailey was Broad j Haze made interception difficult cast on radio stations covering the a we chased the japanese All Middle West today in the Hope that Over a Yunnan and Tiangsi tips would be forthcoming which ceiling said an american Pilot would Lead to his capture. At least one japanese plane was he was born May 31, 1921, at shot Down and another was dam Hattiesburg miss. Authorities de i ask a. Scribed him As 5 feet la inches the american Pilot said he saw daughter mrs lation authorizing him to stabilize who occupies farm prices saying that at the apartment in the building where venting Munica inns had not been receive i tall. Weighing 151 pounds with j Wiota pouring from fuselage de either in the Milwaukee or Brown hair and Brown eyes and a i medium complexion. India resents statement made by Churchill in commons new Delhi sept. 12.�? a a Rajagopal Achari said great Brit plane was still speeding at More Chakravarti Rajagopal Achari in ainu a formal advancement of the than 50 Miles an hour Dian Leader who resigned from the Cripps proposals had in effect been a i rolled Over several times got All India Congress when it refused substantially negated by the a to my feet and headed toward a to accept sir Stafford Cripps of j Ture of special pleas and defences ditch Ioc Yards away. Machine Fer of Dominion status for India put Forward against minimum in gun bullets were whizzing around taxpayers to deduct retail taxes paid including sales and gasoline Greenway office taxes in computing their Federal Lyreen Bay 01i1ce income tax. This amendment serves to make application of the deduction uniform. At present because of different types of state Laws individual deductions can be taken in about to states on sales taxes paid and in eight they cannot. The eight states in which taxpayers would Benefit by the amendment Are Alabama Arizona of his plane As he was return Ilig to the Ai drome. A there were two japs on my Tail and i was too Low to bail out. I dropped the Landing gear and Wing laps simultaneously and slowed Down the two japs overshot me. I Felt the wheels hit the ground. I unbuckled my safety Belt and jumped out while the probe sabotage Angle in crash of plane her father and Mother lived. He said that when his daughter started beating him. New York. Sept. 12.�? wide same time he did that he would world a the Medicine president stabilize wages. Roosevelt prescribed this week but he set the deadline for the came in Strong doses but he was requested congressional authorize trying to cure the ills that could Tion at oct. I. Cost us the War. He announced he would put into a until he acted no one had Man effect As a rapidly As arrangements i aged to get much done on a series can be made a set of recommend lik6 novo Quot of vital matters. Not even con tons from his special rubber com of lick Iise Toos Gress. And the american economic Mittee which included nationwide Woods through which we had been gasoline rationing and drastic retrying to Clear a path to win a War striations on civilian motoring both girl hounds him Sailor complains los Angeles sept. 12 -0j.r saw her mothers battered body a Stop chasing me the Sailor told she a grabbed a Flatiron and the girl. She so Seaman John j. Broderick today obtained a court order for the girl Lucille o. K. Vicari to show cause Why she . Brantford. Ont. Sept. 12 Quot Ever since i met her in san i of a Freedom or a the City fathers of Brantford Jose four years ago she a been thought they were accomplishing bounding me with letters Tele Buffalo n. Y., sept. 12�?<jp a the Federal Bureau of investigation investigated today the possibility of sabotage in Hie crash of a flaming pilotless Curtiss plane which ripped through the roof of a building at Curtiss Wright air. Plane division late yesterday kill a lds wer intend Quot a to conserve rubber. Some thug when they submitted Grams and phone Broderick my 12 persons and injuring 37. Of hobgoblins he decreed an end to Quot not a a 1 said she s even been calling her special agent Kenneth m. Piper there was the Bogie of rising of double time rates for work on p Eias for me Metal ones. J Broderick tithe Fri is making an inquiry a no a a. Farm prices and wages any particular Day of the week the Saj a re Broderick who comes a from a determine whether or not there threatened a dizzy see saw such As or Holt liked the flavor the new tags calif., and is Sta was sabotage Quot e wer haunted by the Lack of Days although double tune pay g test Pilot j. Bertrand Jack clarity or agreement on the rubber ments for work on a seventh con Purmell Veteran of More than shortage a subject upon which Secu Tive Day is permitted. 3.500 hours in the air parachuted conflicting official and so called the emphatic tone of the presi to safety two Miles from the Plant expert opinions had been a dime dents request for farm Price Sta but suffered severe Burns. A dozen. By ligation was greeted by Sharp fight at stadium eyewitnesses in the Plant said when at last the president hold congressional outcries one senator new York sept. 12.�? pm it ing a big stick in one hand offered said the president virtually had i was confirmed officially today that Navy. Us the Medicine with the other placed a pistol at Congress head the heavyweight title bout Between Superior judge Benjamin j. Decisive action seemed at hand. But by a reeks Send the wheels were this is what the president did in motion in a plan to put through he asked Congress to pass legis Strong measures. Dian demands. Me no records were Ever broken a the Way i broke that too Yard dash new Delhi India sept. 12.�? record. I hit the ditch and dug j up a a special committee of the into the weeds j hindu Mah Sabha third largest a when i came up for air the u n u j a a it political party of India proposed japs were leaving the Field a Church ill had said that the t Jay prime minister Chur j patently tired of strafing. I was imminence of an at ack on India Anco representatives of the tired too but it almost broke my United states soviet Russia and j heart to see my fighter blazing China visit India to a see things at the end of the Field where it after the War today attacked prime minister Winston Churchill a statement before commons on India As an aggravation of the crisis. Had made any immediate solution of the Indian question most difficult and Reje ted the All India for themselves in her Campaign finally had India or the hindu masses. The he press generally was critical c. A Congress activity the prime minis Churchill a statement on India Jug pious suitor snoots ter said indicated the possibility before the House of commons of japanese fifth column activity thursday a Churchill tried to cover the _ Basingstoke England sept. So they ate them. Now the City Council is looking for non edible plastic tags. There was no panic As the place Tore a Hole in the roof and smashed to the Concrete floor. Fellow employees doctors and nurses speedily rescued victims. Honed at san Pedro told the court he Hadnot seen Lucille during the four years except we Hen a i could not Dodge Quick a things Are getting so bad a he said a a in a afraid they will Hurt my chances for advancement in the Indian policy of Drift with invective a Rajagopal Achari said. A the main fatal error of the premieres attitude is that it aggravates the already dangerous isolation of the Indian civil population from the defense of India an attitude that cannot be justified even to Britain a imperialists unless they Are assured that Japan finally has been held up in the Pacific. What happened in Burma where in Champion Joe Louis and Billy Conn Scheinman set sept. 23 for Lucille has been said by Churchill does i portent elements turned to Japan oct. 12 we ill be held at the Yankee j to explain her intense interest in a definite disservice to the cause i after being rebuffed in London a stadium. I the Sailor. 1 of Indian the speaker declared. Girl wounds himself Madison sept. 12.�?up a jealousy was by awned by sheriff Ed-12.�?up a lord Straboli said a we Ward a. Fisher for the shooting should Swallow our Pride and in Early today of miss Gerda John Vite the president of the United son 17-year-old Sun Prairie girl. States to arbitrate on India in Fisher reported that Howard her an address before labor party Manson 21, of Madison fired upon members at this City today. The girl three tithes at her Home a fighting India is essential for about 2 30 a. Rn., inflicting leg and Chest wounds and then critically wounded himself. The sheriff said Hermanson also attacked John Baxter of Madison after he had brought the girl Home from a Date. Defeat of Japan he said. A i fear a repetition of what

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