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20 Sep 1942

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 20, 1942, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday a bulletin vol 13, no. 19racine, wis., sunday september 20,1942. 8 pages the world last week British Clear Yorkshire area a by foul least one German communique constructor is singing a of inhabitants tune warbled a few years Back by almost any chanteuse in any j american night club. The tune i a smoke gets in your for 26 Days the nazis have hammered and pounded at Stalingrad j under orders from Adolf Hitler i to take the City at any Cost but j for 26 Days the fluid resistance of the russians under orders from Josef Stalin to defend the City at any Cost has not allowed the lines to crack. For most of those 26 Days the germans have had to Cook up alibis for the folks at Home to digest instead of chewing on the meaty food of Victory. The a colossal de j sense system of the russians has i been a favorite topic of the communiques from the front. For a couple of Days it rained and that j beloved subject of conversation was hailed with cries of Delight by the boys in Berlin. Nobody could expect armies to wipe out a City in the rain. Then the germans added that smoke gets in their eyes. A great Clouds of smoke and flame Render operations of the attacking troops still More difficult a a German military spokesman said in a Berlin broadcast saturday. A torrents of blood have flowed through the streets of the City for the past two Days a he added. A clue to the ferocity and Sav Man behind Santa makeup beneath High Beaver hat peeking from Parka and marching beside pretty drum majorette is new u. S. Rubber Czar William Jeffers. Able executive Jeffers right finds time for fun often combined business with pleasure to get publicity for Union Pacific Railroad of which he is president. Many sided Man runs rubber show for the nation by Robert Ruark journal times Washington correspondent. The Man who is going to unravel the tangled skein of the american rubber situation quite frankly admits he does no to know the first thing about rubber. But says William m. Jeffers newly appointed rubber Czar he a Damn soon n Agery of the struggle lies in intends to find out about rubber a that last announcement. This and then he s going to pull All phase of the fight for Stalingrad stops on rubber conservation and definitely Stamps it As one of the rubber manufacture. A it wont take Long to find out Public wants Tough boss7 to control War Effort greatest Battles in history the German War machine after nearly four weeks has rumbled into the suburbs of Stalingrad and the fighting now is Street by Street and House by House. Taking an oath to defend the Volga River bastion to the last Man the russians have called in siberian troops and More planes. These have stemmed the Advance for the t. A j moment but it is evident that the Papp it in Insh immigrant worked on the Section gang which Laid by George Gallup director american Institute of Public opinion. Princeton n. J., sept. 19 evidence that the majority of voters Are looking for Mere forthright and decisive action on the War program from government leaders in Washington is indicated in a nationwide Survey just completed by the Institute. This shows that a substantial number of citizens from coast to coast believe president Roosevelt i should Bear Down More heavily on government departments in Hail new bomb As deadliest weapon of War order to assure prosecution of the War Effort. This is indicated in the replies to the following Issue put to the voters in a True Cross Section Survey of opinion. A some people say president Roosevelt has not been Tough enough in dealing with Heads of government departments concerned with the War Effort you agree or disagree London sept. 19.�? of a a giant four ton bomb designed to a More efficient smash steel and Concrete buildings Voronezh flank threat aimed to Aid Stalingrad and shatter lighter structures for blocks has already been used to blight German cities i was disclosed today and some British air observers hailed the monster destroyer As the a a War a deadliest the new bombs which the air ministry said were used with de devastating effect in recent attacks on Karlsruhe and Dusseldorf a by the United press swedish dispatches reported two Strong russian counter blows designed to Aid the hard pressed defenders of Stalingrad by easing German pressure on the vital Volga River front. The swedish reports originated in Axis sources but had partial reinforcements and the recapture of a dominant Hill which controlled a River presumably the Volga and much of the Center of Stalingrad. On the Western european front British planes spent the night laying mines extensively along the nazi held coasts and russian City cannot hold forever unless some Miracle occurs. The nazis however will More dearly for this Victory than they did for any others. A Wjk meanwhile. While it is too late for a second front to the tracks for the Union Pacific. Young Bill never cottoned to Book Larnino. He quit school at 14 and went to work As janitor in the u. P., station at North Platte moved from janitor to telegraphed to clerk to dispatcher to save Stalingrad demands for such train master assistant superintend action were revived last week Asem of the Utah Wyoming and be London heard that there was a Braska divisions general manager. Sharp difference of military Opin vice president executive vice Ion Between Russia and her Brit president and finally in 1937, Ash amen can allies. Russia wants president. His Span with Union a second front now. Regardless of Panfic ran from 1890 t0 the the Cost her allies say the time ent will come when it is Ripe. Of a in. U ,. Jeffers is going to work for a Friday came word that a new a a Jie. Dollar a year and he is according Large american Convoy had Dis. Re. Gorged troops and equipment in ?nn�1id Nelt gig the British Isles. Also there was1 be or a Abbas a Detle a los news that american Parachute a. A Borky Jeffers troops had been training in Brit Nelsen said announcing the a Ain for some time. Point men. From this Point the results for the country Are were accepted As a sign that the agree .52% allies Are planning to Scourge the disagree. 31 Reich with the deadliest instr undecided .17 ments of destruction they can bring it seems apparent from the vote to the Job in the shortest possible that criticisms which have been time. Voiced in recent months concern in Karlsruhe 270 acres were Laid ing inefficiency and delays in waste and More than a Square which infests Washington sub citizens recent surveys show but Washington Are beginning to have mile of Dusseldorf was wrecked finnish resistance reads. He is a Tough Mick whose even among those who voted for an effect on the Public a mind. When the giant bombs were pm the second attack him in 1940 there is a disposition the party vote. Played sept. 2, the air ministry to belie e that could and the feeling that the president said. Everything we need to know a says should be a tougher Boss in Deal the 66-year-old president of the ing with the Heads of government Union Pacific Railroad. A it is not departments concerned with the our Way to take j War Effort. Bill Jeffers big and Bald and the president still has the sup heavy of jaw does no to look like one port and Confidence of the Over of the Dilly Dally brotherhood whelming majority of i fellow confirmation in dispatches from planes were Active in the Baltic. Moscow. Lieut. Col. James Walsh Corn Eine soviet counter attack was manding an american flying fort said to be directed against the Ress group in Britain said the finnish front where the Strong Boeing fortresses soon will be est russian Effort since last ready to attack Berlin with pre Spring was reported to be incision bombing Progress in the Poven Tsa Region Ankara reports received in North of Lake Onega. The Stock London said that yugoslav Patriot Holm report said the russians were attacking on a scale that indicated they hoped to crush on Mcnutt hints Job conscription Kansas City sept. 19.�?�? Paul Mcnutt director of the War manpower commission gave a Broad hint today that some sort of Industrial conscription to press the War is on the Way. A i cannot a he said in a prepared speech before the american legions National convention a Tell you what a system of National service would provide. But i can Tell you when it will come. A it will come when the president hostage toll r we a a a in m a reaches 162 Nong 1940 Roosevelt voters the i a should take a firmer stand with his subordinate administrators is not confined merely to those who voted against Roosevelt in the last election. While it is True that a higher Quot among feeling is shared by a substantial number. Following is the party vote on the poll question. 1940 Wilkle voters agree .58% disagree _____25 undecided 17 on this particular Issue the most critical attitude is found among the upper and Middle income classes. Sixty per cent of voters in those groups think the 1940 Roosevelt voters 50% 35 15 was aimed North of Stalingrad presumably in the Voronezh sector where the russians hold a salient into German lines which they were believed to be trying to turn into a flanking threat to the nazis attacking Stalingrad to the South. Stockholm said this attack had i for 24 hours aft a numbers of Russ Lahl Reserve troops were going into action in a drive to break the nazi lines Between the Volga and the Don Rivers. Air reinforcements. At Stalingrad itself the position of the defenders was eased slightly by the arrival of air forces have received More than too tons of munitions from Allied submarines operating up the Dalmatian coast. Other reports indicated spreading unrest and guerilla War in the nervous Balkans. Crew to get a and Congress have concluded that at in a Limp Panada re any matter connected with rubber a a. ,. Veiled hat the recent recon Nail a matter for or Jeffers de president should be tougher Witt i 5�?o disclosed today that Sance in Force at Dieppe had Cost Obj and know he will do the a it of to we psf Ca atthe i Mcnutt asserted that through lower income group. The War manpower commission an by sections the criticism is Effort to maintain the voluntary highest in the East Central and system was being made an then West Central states lowest in new j. A .w�?c.t. Added it would be continued Only England and the South. Japanese forces in the South Havana sept. 19. A 0j.r a so Long As it a enables us to make presidents popularity East Pacific Are determined to Hein auant t amino i armr it Iri full or of nor Mann uni or a i while a substantial number of her 3.350 men killed wounded or missing. It was called a very heavy Price to for the results obtained. Japanese forces in the Southeast Pacific Are determined to retake the Solomons and the u. S. Marines now stationed there Are German found guilty of espionage in Cuba German today was found guilty just As determined to hold them in the urgency court of espionage. I tuesdays news said that fierce the prosecution announced that nation rat ii ill a it he would be sentenced to death. He nation should realize that 11 the conviction came 24 hours is no represent any sort of after the secret trial opened. Luning was accused of having used a Short wave radio transmit Mcnutt said that should a a voters wish the president to be a tonal service act come a system tougher Boss nevertheless there turn to Page 7, col. 5. On the French Frontier sept. 19.�? up a reports from France tonight said that nazi military authorities in Paris have started a urn a s s i v a a deportation of French citizens to the East in reprisal for anti nazi activity. London sept. 19�? exe consider permitting cution of 116 persons in Paris and army Nair pc in the shooting of 21 germans within mrm7 curies to by cd the Reich brought to 162 the num Washington sept. 19�? Ber of lives snuffed out by nazi a the army and Navy journal new War department policy which would permit nurses who marry while on Active duty to remain in service is now under official consideration. Under the proposed regulations nurses could be discharged or retained at the discretion of the surgeon general if they marry while in service. Heretofore when an army nurse married she was in and Germany during the past few Days. The Paris executions a reprisal for attacks on German troops were disclosed by the Vichy news Agency with the publication of an official announcement by Gen. Otto von Stuelpnagel the German commander of the City. Charged with treason. Somewhere in England sept. 19.�? a hero awards will be made soon to a United states army air Force Crew which landed their flying fortress at this air base after one of the most remarkable combat flights Ever made. The big bomber went to bomb Rotterdam docks sept. 7. It met and fought off 15 German fighter planes. When it landed Here six exhausted men climbed out of a plane that looked like a Sieve carrying one dead Man and three who had been wounded. Two of the planets four motors were out of action. The inter communication system and the brakes were wrecked. The Oil system was useless and the Tail was almost shot off. In All the Boeing had about 2,000 holes in it five of them the size of a Small Washtub. There were holes through win the germans including 13 in mediately relieved from duty and Hows wings fuselage and propel new attempts to land on Guadalcanal were made and the marines were battling to overcome them. Two cruisers were hit by yank bombers and damaged. A revolution but is merely one of the necessities of chunking reported that Tokyo ter to inform the nazis of the had dispatched a battleship flotilla movements of ships later sunk by to the area sending four of her a boats. Warning from Knox. Kansas City mo., sept. 19. State Speed averages 48.6 Miles per hour Madison. Sept. 19�?up�? automobiles Are moving Over Wisconsin highways at an indicated ave a a Secretary of the Navy rage Speed of 48.6 Miles per hour dreadnoughts. Thus a great twelve witnesses including two Frank Knox sternly warned 1,500 despite requests from Federal of new sea Battle loomed for the radio engineers testified for the sober faced veterans of world facials for lower Speed to conserve heavily bombed Karlsruhe and six returned to civilian status. In Frankfurt were charged with it is believed that the army has treason listening to foreign radio lost a considerable number of stations and attempting to lower nurses in this manner. The resistance of the German peo pie. The nazi announcement said that those shot in Paris were a communistic terrorists in the of 5 year terms Given for draft evasion american Fleet no another Pacific action reported thursday american planes hit eight japanese ships off Kiska Island in the aleutians. Submarines of the u. S. Fleet Sank four More Jap ships bringing the week s total to 18 sunk or damaged. Prosecution. Women asked to mend jeep worn trousers War i today that a we can lose tires the state Highway traffic and this War unless we As a United visor committee reported today people actively support the the committee which correlates president in All phases of the War information on traffic for the War Ler Blades. A Miracle says Pilot. A it was a Miracle a said Pilot capt. A. B. Hughes 27-year-old West Pointer of Center Texas the Pilot. With him in the plane were Lieut. B. Stone Pontiac mich., co Pilot Lieut. M. E. Mansell Houston Texas Lieut. K. K. Bea Ham Houston Bombardier Sergt. zither news of the week in eluded the sporadic bursts of activity along the egyptian Battle Washington sept. 19.�?0j.r j a hundreds of women on spa publisher Dies Rolls will a help materially in the Saranac Lake n. A a a sept War Effort by Patching the seats 19 a Dean Palmer 52, who per hour Quot it said of trousers worn thin by army entered newspaper work 35 years the report said a trucks have tank and jeep Drivers. The a ago As a reporter in new Orleans actually increased their average 1,300,000 nazis die in South Russia report Moscow sept. 19.�? a it a evasion by judge Patrick t. Stone communist party announcement in Federal court today today stated that German casual the men were Julius and Virgil ious parts of the state. Similar ties in the drive in South Russia Ortman Lacrosse John Danovi studies in 1938 and 1939 showed alone have reached 1,300,000 killed sky Boyceville Nickey Betley and the average Speed to be 52.9 Miles Mike Soviak jr., of Conrath. Judge Stone said in pronouncing sentence that their a a pretence Superior wis., sept. 19�? up a five members of Jehovah s witnesses were sentenced to five years Gilbert c. Goar Clarksville Texas in the Federal Penitentiary and Waist gunner Sergt. Vincent Tom lined $500 each on charges of draft Mey new pm Ladelphia ,0�?T a Aist department based its estimate on studies made on highways in Var writer enlists Minnir a a a , Camp Upton n. Y., sept. 19. Of being ministers is simply in at an necessary the spa tha s it 3 to Bra of Speed present average Speed is Hammett 48, mys tempt to avoid services and that lines continued Raf and rus i la she of the St. Joseph 44.5 Miles per hour while three Tery Story writer enlisted in the a some of you seem to be destitute Ier my s take in a mo., news press and Gazette years ago it was Only 41.2 Miles army today amp private Samuel d. Of Ordinary intelligence and still been decorated for previous acts gunner Sergt. B. W. Kemble Carbondale pa., top Turret gunner Sergt. Jerry Johnson Milwaukee wis., Tail gunner Sergt Julius Kleiman he Bronx n. Y., Ball Turret gunner and Sergt. Jack Malantic Bangor Maine radio operator. Kleiman was killed. Hughes Stone Mansell Beahan Goar and Johnson already have Sian plane assaults on nazi and mechanized army. Nazi occupied territory including at least one hard blow by 800 Brit j ish planes on the Ruhr Industrial sector the dropping of a fire bomb from a a a japanese plane in j an Oregon Forest sept. 9 the Rev j elation wednesday that the u. S. Carrier Yorktown had been sunk in the Battle of Midway june 7i a Commanda Type assault by the British on Obruk sunday con i tinted British advances on Mada j Gascar after the Vichy French had refused armistice terms and the drive by japanese forces to with i in 32 Miles of port moresby on j new Guinea. Died today in general Hospital per hour. Hammett his full name. Set yourselves up As j of heroism. District taken Over entirely for military purposes London sept. 19.�? fl5 a the British War office announced today that All inhabitants of a a considerable area in the East Riding of Yorkshire facing the North sea would be evacuated and the District taken Over entirely for military purposes. No further explanation was Given. This part of Yorkshire is on the approximately latitude of Helgoland bight German naval stronghold off the Northwest coast of the Reich. This was the second such requisition in England in recent months. The other was for an area of East Anglia facing the Southern Arm of the North sea across from the Netherlands and Belgium. Belgians ordered out. London sept. 19.�? up a German authorities apparently apprehensive of another raid on the scale of the reconnaissance in Force against Dieppe have ordered Many belgian families out of Ostend the belgian news Agency reported today. Families in some instances were Given Only three hours to prepare for departure and were obliged to leave Bouse furnishings and other belong Itig a bar of German troops the Agency said. Flooded town May be rebuilt on higher ground Spring Valley wis., sept. 9 pm a civic leaders of this flood stricken Village conferring in the midst of rehabilitation operations today considered proposals to move the entire Community a mile and one half to the West and rebuild on higher ground. The discussions were led by j. H. Graslie banker m. F. Emmer son insurance Man and assemblyman Selmer w. Gunderson who received a ready hearing from a number of business men. One Community Leader surveying the destruction wrought in his establishment and recalling that thursday nights flood was the fourth and worst that Spring Valley has suffered since last memorial Day declared he would not rebuild on the present site. Although plans were nebulous such a move was to be presented later at a meeting of state red Cross reconstruction finance corporation and Village. Representatives. Here for the meeting were a gust Frey director of the state re a search department and three red Cross officials including r. M. Doyle building adviser or the midwestern Region. British report loss of submarine urge London sept. 19�?hp a the admiralty reported today that the British submarine urge failed to i return from an expedition and is considered lost. The urge had a submerged displacement of 730 tons and carried a Crew of 27. Many Racine boys in United states armed forces fighting nation s enemies in All parts of the world corp. Edward i. Nleona 1429 twelfth Street India Fie Paul l. Davis 719 grand avens my men jump pvt. Wesley Jacobson route i Waterford Hawaii Albert Jensen Seaman first Clam Southwest Pacific. No divorce planned Jack Oakes part Hollywood. Sept. 19.�?up�?. Screen comic Jack Oakie and Vernia Varden his wife have separated with Oakie moving out of their Northridge Home. Confirming the parting. Miss Varden said no divorce was planned. A Why should there be a she asked. A there is no other woman in his life and no other Man in min a pfc Robert King hoi Washington ave no Iceland pfc Theodore Anderson d. L Rons 1417 Johnson place 2117 sixteenth Street Canada. Norfolk Yak

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