Page 1 of 27 Sep 1942 Issue of Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Read an issue on 27 Sep 1942 in Racine, Wisconsin and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin.

Browse Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 27 Sep 1942 Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 27, 1942, Racine, Wisconsin Sunday bulletin \ vol. 13, no. 20 Racine wis., sunday september 27,1942. To pages the world last week by foul Frye cat liner ads defense has produced what a week ago would have been nailed a Miracle. It has prevented capture of the vital City which the nazi High command said a week ago was a finality. In places notably the important Northwest sector the defense has even approached the dimensions of an offence. The fierce tenacity of the bastion has provoked a sour grape talk by the germans who it seems did no to want the City so badly after All. There were reports saturday that the germans Are thinking defensively. There is new German propaganda saying that Stalingrad itself is unimportant. There is increased German talk of an a East All this Falls in line with a report from Stockholm tuesday that the nazi command is considering a a freezing the russian War front at almost its present lines and thereby release Veteran divisions for necessary defences in Western Europe. After All the germans Are saying in effect a we progressed much farther than the summer offensive plans called the weeks Story of the Battle of Stalingrad went like this on sunday the eds hit Back in fierce counter attacks but by monday Street fighting grew even worse with the germans throwing in As Many rein for cements As possible Long Range g u is and planes gave the City no peace. On tuesday the russians yielded More streets but struck Back above the City. Wednesday the counter attacks definitely stalled the nazi machine and on thursday the Street lines held. Friday saw the russians going Over to the offensive with the recapture of an unnamed a valuable the initiative continued saturday with drives deeper into the German siege lines. Russia estimated Germany losses at 25.000 this week compared with Verdun a toll of 12,000 per month. Cor Days the Berlin radio had been bragging of sinking 38 out of 45 ships in a Large Convoy in route to Northern russian ports. Reports had been heard that the Tirpitz Germany a battleship holed up in trondheim Norway had tried to slip out to attack the Convoy but had been scared Back in. Then Britain announced Friday that the Convoy had reached Russia a though a with the Axis claims were flatly denied. At least 40 German p Anes had been destroyed. Said Britain and two perhaps six Gorman submarines had been sunk. A own under in the Southwest Pacific the allies and the japs were Busy with reinforcements the former to strengthen positions in the Solomons and in new Guinea and the latter to bolster attack forces in the Northern Solomons which Are intent on another push to recapture the islands. Hints came monday of a big japanese naval attack on the Solomons and on tuesday Secretary of Navy Knox echoed the fears. The Navy revealed thursday that a u. S. Destroyer and an auxiliary transport had been sunk in the Solomon Arba. But general Douglas Mcarthur had been enlarging his Aerial offensive and All week the planes big and Little had been sent in attack on the japanese either it their bases or on their Supply lines. It is possible that those Aerial at i tacks May have been the chief reason for Japan to withdraw from ome of its Advance positions in e drive toward pert moresby on new Guinea. A Here were no new develop ments in the War in Egypt or russians strengthen Stalingrad hold sailors leave is one big headache troubles infect 9 shaky Vichy reign Navy s police have jobs in fights frolic gobs seek dinner drinks girls then comes trouble Germany hints allies to strike at Dakar soon Willkie backs second front by Robert Ruark Norfolk va., sept. 26.�?when a Sailor ran gets into port and comes ashore for a night of it he generally is expected to have the following objectives in mind a big to Steak dinner served by an at to. Of Tractive Little waitress plenty of Beer and dancing and eventually a Date with the prettiest girl he can find. By the United press j ques Doriot the most Radical of the russian position at Stalin pro nazi frenchmen and vice and Grad today appeared to be Miral Charles Platon. Strengthening steadily while be u Laval Alf was reported to have ,. A a broken with another close Collar Hind the lines in nazi Europe new orator Jacques querard. Ortensi troubles plagued the shaky regime Bly because Guerard a talked out of Vichy France. Of turn in Paris possibly in con soviet dispatches and nazi pro Section with Benoist Mechinus Pagan a left no doubt that the mane vering. Russians had thwarted immediate Frontier dispatches told of a German Hopes of capturing Stalin heavy guard placed around the glad. Portale fortress to thwart any. Rac j0 propagandists played per Moscow emphasized that the attempts by Paul Reynauld and. ,. Danger to the russian position was George Mandel former Premier i s y t0da be Tuerpe that an still grave but dispatches from the and Interior minister respectively Allied attack was imminent on lid of soviet and to escape Over the Border to spam. Icy Dakar on the african coast 1,715 sea Miles across the South Atlantic from the bulge of Brazil. The German controlled Paris radio said that Dakar was already under blockade and the French Axis radio relates blockade in effect attack coming London sept. 26.�?<u.b�?Axis fighting front told of soviet and to escape Over the Border to Spain Vances in the Northwest sector they also reported widening riots above Stalingrad and of the con demonstrations and bombings in tinned repulse of heavy nazi protest against Laval a pro nazi assaults within the City itself. Policies. German reports emphasized five Axis ships sunk More and More the theory that the British admiralty reported i Quisling commentator added the capture of Stalingrad itself that British submarines in the a the allies will attack Dakar was not necessarily vital to nazi Mediterranean had sunk at least soon. They will take its sugar and five Axis Supply ships in the med j Timber and Cotton As they already dispatches from Vichy and from Terrane an and probably two More Are doing in equatorial the French Frontier indicated in and that another Supply ship was claim aspirations creasing difficulties for Premier damaged. Pierre Laval. Soviet reports indicated that Laval ousted his special Secre j marshal Semyon Timoshenko a Berlin radio broadcast a Long Tran Ocean Agency dispatch from aft tary state for relations with j defense plans had thwarted for Lisbon saying that a United states ten he finds trouble. Maybe in a Ninny Jacques Benoist Mech the time being Adolf hitlers at j aspirations for Central and South the forced exuberance of a night tempt the Volga nver pm Africa Are becoming Ever More ashore he gets Hurt in a fight or. Nazis in pans t0 displace key and that the nazis May be apparent of Quot or Ilava and set up a new regime forced to f a new offensive if apparel injures another gob by otherwise it 7a new invitee Micah Iliev headed by Benoist Mech Jac they hoped to capture the cry this autumn. Moscow. Sept. 26�? it pm Wen r Dell l. Willkie said in a written a 1ce. Statement today that a i am now convinced that we can Best help Russia by establishing a real Sec invites disability. Can to lick it. The u. S. Navy has shown itself capable of dealing with almost any problem but this is one that it never has quite licked. It is to guard against such unhappy occurrences that the Navy maintains its Shore patrol the nautical equivalent of the military Shore patrol personnel is provided by regular detail from ships and stations for one night duty Only. Heil receives Murray s help Milwaukee sept. 27.�? upstate sen. Milton t. Murray Milwaukee who lost a bitter Campaign for the Republican Nomina the dispatch said american troops were now stationed in Brit. Ish Sierra Leone 500 Miles Down Stockholm reports said that be Coas fr0m Dakar in the negro swedish correspondents in Berlin Republic of Liberia South of Sierra now Are convinced that the nazis j Leone it and in the British Gold on not believe Stalingrad will tall. Coast territory. British Nigeria they heard that the russian counter attacks Northwest of the City had Cut the North South Road and Railroad which the germans and the fighting French cameroons All on the Gulf of Guinea it was said that the americans ,. Were building roads across Africa were employing to Supply their t0 the East coast. Forces at Stalingrad military experts in London be still have sufficient strength to end. Front in Europe with great i. so me Quot Ion for governor to the incumbent major. Harbor Here 15 ful1 8nd the town Julius p. Heil announced today Potow a of x nazi armies a Trust a the presence of United states troops also is reported from the d belgian Congo and now according Britain at the earliest possible to is packed with military men hav to latest reports United states troops have even put in an appearance in the South african Union a ment our military leaders will a., a or a. in their ast Ore y g ticket in the nov. 3 final election. A and perhaps some of them will j o seas pm fun inadequate j Murray statement said need some Public will i a hands and a Lap Jam now and a ways have Kie added. A next summer might. ,. ,. According to a Veteran Petty the b. Principles of the a officer with Long years of Shore., _ la., that he would support the gof Sia during the cold months. These a he dispatch said. In q a i i _ j i a a All til i >1 is if be too late. Want bomber raids. A russian intelligence reports much evil show that our few raids on Ger j Norfolk Many to Date have had a devastating and demoralizing effect on the German people a Willkie said. A Russia wants thousand bomber raids on Germany from England every experts believed that the heavy losses suffered by both the germans and russians have not yet been so severe As to impair the major fighting strength of either Side. The soviet counter attack Northwest of Stalingrad was develop in amp steadily reports from Moscow swindle which always pays off \ father of our government intend said and appeared to be pinching patrol administration the Root afle a up arty l sure this apd1lutu,re resides generations the rights and Liberty is full of riot inciting the stability and Progress and rackets. One is tile Champagne Quot Cial advancement that the Wise with a Brawl. It work of like this a Sailor goes into a Beer joint on main Street site of whoopee and Bright lights. He is starved de. Works for party. A i became a candidate for governor on the Republican ticket for All this is in preparation for Large scale military operations by the United states in a foreign continent. A in Nigeria Ever new contingents of United states troops Are arriving. Their transports Ara coming via North brazilian ports. Force in Brazil. In Brazil itself expeditionary the big German forces assembled forces numbering 20,000 men have been established and equipped with United states arms. These Force the nazis to pull out the the Navy a police have their hands full when sailors ashore fight and frolic. Sailors and soldiers swing out in of Norfolk a Many dance Halls while Ever vigilant Shore patrolmen who use their night Sticks Only As a last resort keep a close Eye on the doings in Norfolk recreation Hall respectable ones and dives alike. Sky afire Earth trembles along Stalingrad s front for female companionship and he j. ,. Likes the look of his waitress. He de Imp a reasons which were fully attempts to Date her up. J discussed during the Campaign. A sure Sailor a says the girl. The voters in the Republican Pri j rooms attacking Stalingrad from a but Iti be Able to get away ear Mary made a decision and j As a the North and Northwest. Lier if you buy a bottle of Cham. I the soviet drive was aimed for pagne. Its Only $7 a bottle and Republica a old abide by that de j a Range of Hills some of which the Bossy la let me off if i can sell Cisin a support the Republican already were in russian hands some. Then Well go out and take candidates. The town i a during the next session of the works Racket. On the Stalingrad Battleground. The russians fought off several nazi counter attacks Northwest of tones Ive tem Quot recruited a from the City and were driving in with a flanking Man Euver designed to recent Convoy biggest of War London sept. 26.�? ply foreign Secretary Anthony Eden declared tonight that the recent Convoy to Russia delivered a the largest total of munitions yet Quot a Quot a a i strenuously worn for me enacting soviet forces wrested Back Sev i i Quot Quot transported in a single voyage from pay burning his jeans ment o those measures which i Era Hwy affy Mth. Anca has been multiplied. Possession of the whole Range it an area approximating As to climatic conditions the african theater. A responsible military experts think these brazilian troops will prove their Mettle in Africa. A particularly remarkable is the reinforcing of the United states air Force units in Africa. Since legislature As a member of the. State Senate i shall introduce and the Sailor with a couple it strenuously work for the enact was believed would unhinged the july the number o bombers and German defense positions. In Stalingrad itself bitterly fight fighters stationed at Cookhouse near the Southeast tip of South Britain and the United the Safe delivery of these goods a which included Large numbers of aircraft tanks guns much ammunition and valuable stores of All kinds was a great feat of arms a the foreign Secretary said in an address at Leamington. Buys the bottle. And his Charm advocated during my by Konstantin Simonov soviet War correspondent death when the germans bombed met All threat. J result fight broken noses a the Convoy met the threat of j blackened eyes flying furniture air surface and submarine attack a j and hurtling Glass. In comes the he continued. A in fact that it did Shore patrol and the thwarted ing Little Friend works the same Murray was a Holdover in the Deal on from five to 25 men each state Senate were half of the 4. A a Betm i act fut a year terms of the 33 members comes closing time and the girl sex nip every two Vars either ducks out the Back door to a a a a waiting Hack or else she picks the Best looking Sailor and leaves with him. Result a also at Duala fighting French a Steamer that was taking them a the admiralty. So with such outstanding Success was due to careful planning by Romeos Are lugged off to the Brig. These and Kindred rackets 1 flourish All Over the City Especial new Lexington skims into sea in record time Stalingrad sept. 23�? de to safety. In the near East and Only scattered played a the sky is afire and Relief at night reports of fighting in China. The very Earth trembles along this but Over Europe the Raf con Eden disclosed that �?�75 British by Ini out of Bounds territories and y g s Lexington it was launched of varying sizes were in Cabins on the outskirts of the Erat blocks of territory from the germans and destroyed attacking j ca0nsf Aird Romes hive been nazi an established and United states air eau sen Par Force contingents have been Sta the German High command honed there. This former capital again noted the determined soviet j of the German cameroons taken counter attacks reporting that j from Germany after the last world i they had been repulsed Northwest it War had been made a military of the City and that in Stalingrad German troops had captured some the dispatch emphasized this communist party buildings close area As the Junction Point for into the Volga River Bank. Portent strategic roads one now i the new japanese foreign min extended to Egypt. I ister Masayuki Tani made his j a a Quincy mass., sept. 26�? put initial Adless and declared that1 a of everywhere. A huge new aircraft Carrier the Japan a relations with Russia were a other Points in the same warships a unchanged and head area military bases have been emitted growing american and j table Sheythe dispatch said. A Rev meets. Nerp Annav in a in Lar Caln chord i Raicu Fei Uluig Ruu cantau and to abolished employed in guarding the Convoy. I town. Nere a Okay in a color flashed British against a. A one evening this week i crossed the foreign Secretary gave trib was my dubious privilege re ceremony and with the expressed pan j 7. Y it. Timed to Nick a gets and 40_mile front runnin8 through the the Volga to Stalingrad. The Bat Ute to the effective co operation to go out with a Shore a Quot Hope that she Cany on the Trade i Gen. Douglas Macarthur report me can so hers .1 Rita it calf it Chi Iris fart Ric it. .1 1 �?zi____1 of the merchant Marine of three tool detachment. I saw free for it Ivov numerous Pound them.1"munich&Quot Quot and the c, itself its suburbs factories tie Field stretched ahead of me in of the nrcha1nt marine1 of three Tann St 1 Fco Tion and record of her predecessor de that australian forces defending Oft a by foment of Yunitis l. Rering a a bit and workers set Slemer to in i nations great Britain the United on the sidewalks and in Thea Saar Industrial Region were hit and workers settlements. The Brief dusk of this Southern lat sunday night. The submarine the very pattern of Stalingrad s Titue _ smoking Mounds and Yard at Flensburg. Near the Dan main streets has been obliterated burning streets. The enemy Sish Border got a taste of bombing an j 0thers have been churned up White signal flares shot High into wednesday night. So much by bomb hits that Thev the sky major general Ira c. Faker afe Nopar y impassable. I night brings no Relief from Bat commanding the i United states the few women and children tie. The air hums with the throb bombing Foi is in Wiitam. Sal who Bave n0f been removed take of German bombers circling the monday thai All cows of Cor she her in basements or wrecked City with their loads. I in Rev would he bombed a ii Cati g buildings or caves dug into the seated beside me on the ferry that a big fall o a it six a. Pic us of ravines leading Down to coming across the Volga was a 20 Quot a a a for u is twi x Ard the Volga. Year old ukrainian girl. She was the u. S. Bombers would be Active wreckage piles up. An assistant to an army doctor. In the it rapt the a pc Kaffy of this was her fourth or fifth trip launch a grand jury investigation crashed nazi bombers is piling up. 10 the Quot a a helping to remove the entering in nine cities which will shells puncture the sky with we a ended. Cover the entire transportation in Cut end. The Blaze of burning i ought to be used to it i sup-1 Dusty railroads motor carriers. By Daylight while the Raf would continue Vith its night attacks. States and Russia. Transportation inquiry planned for grand jury Washington sept. 26�?�? the Justice department it was Learned today is prepared to a a a a that Mancari Sailor fights i aged and some 23 enemy ships sunk or dam j port moresby were blasting Back factories in Allied african Terri half As Well at sea As he fights a a 800 japanese of i at the japanese with new artillery. Tory around the Gulf of Guinea in port. Or. Hitler is a dead Duck s and 9 a Quot Jap Ese men Allied planes ranged widely Over and said that shipping experts sent i killed or Guinea and other japanese he he nov t Kai or Warp in hit shoulder Blade. I the mighty vessel skimmed i bases blasting the Buna Kokorda strutting motor torpedo boats and Shore Pat rollers Are instructed Down the ways a full year ahead route the Salamata lae to use their nightsticks Only when of schedule necessary. Rabaul and other Points. Most popular Landing spot for the club is on the shoulder Blade an exceedingly painful Point or across the Back of a hand. This sort of thing is done Only after repeated warnings have failed to Cool off the Bellicose one. Another treatment for the Tough aeronautics editor contends superior1 pilots Poppycock area Smau freighters near Capetown South Africa. A giant United states planes equipped for air borne troops Are stationed in. South Africa a it was said. A at present however no More i than 15,000 to 18,000 United states i troops Are in South Africa Many August strikes Cost 266,353 Man Days houses lights the whole horizon. Pose "0 said As we approached Waterways and airlines artillery thunders Washington sept. 26.�? up and the crash of bombs is heard Chicago sept. 26.�? up a i Karant says a these critics who of a negroes in special units cookie is a stiff shakeup ride in i a look at the Box score a the Edi Haven to any but the most ele reports on United states the Shore patrols station Wagon. Tor of an aeronautical journal Centary knowledge of aviation penetration of Africa however Are the Driver Heads for the rough suggested Toda in an editorial i have said the p-40 is the worst i crowned by a report of the arrival incessantly Stalingrad Bank. It every. The investigation is to open u Ith est part Towel a an j Sar s Anco he has prepared in answer to death trap Ever flown the flying 9 a states officer who in in a part come i am a bit afraid to presentation of evidence before a s0ps suddenly. criticizing perform i fortress is just a Plum so Over i is to take Over command of All the War labor Board reports night and Day. Lanci wounded twice grand jury in Chicago oct. I it chief disadvantage of the Shore ances of the nations War planes grown Airliner the Allison engine Allied forces in Africa that 229 labor strikes hiring there is no such thing As a Safe ice Ralf patro1 is its members Are not a that is the Only one conclusive is the worst piece of machinery August resulted in a loss of 266. Spot in Stalingrad today. Once thought that i would die be permanent As Are the army a a answer to All the Poppycock being i Ever invented. Statements criticizing perform fortress is just a Clumsy Over 353 Man Days of War production j the people Are no longer both both figures represented an in ered by this. Crease Over july when 222 the Volga that flows through strikes resulted in 233,614 Man Stalingrad is not the Volga we have once thought that cause i have seen As Headquarters underground. The Headquarters of Stalingrad ass i i Man it As Are the army ans to Autrie Poppycock being Lule 0f i a i military police. It is possible for i dished out by the so called Avi Adays of work lost. The number known. Its Banks Are pitted with defense command f of men involved in strikes How craters. Bombs that miss their deep under ground w Ever dropped from 80.722 in july targets fall into the water and Ems cannot smash them. To 79.414 in August. Send up huge waterspouts. Head the faces of those who direct the Board said that on an ily Laden ferry boats and other the Battle Are Gray As ashes and average nine out of every 10,000 Light Craft ply constantly Back and their eyes Are feverish with Lack workers were Idle during August Forth to the beleaguered City. Of sleep. While i talked with them because of strikes. The number the Din of Battle echoes across i tried to Light a cig Aret. It was of Man Days worked fell from the dark Volga Waters. No Good. Match after match went 308.000,000 in july of 300.000,000 there is no time to Bury the out. There was too Little oxygen in August the Board said be dead of this Battle. On the Volga in the air. Cause of fewer work Days and shores lie the charred corpses of life goes on in Stalingrad. The More sundays. Women and children burned to people must have bread. And san Francisco. If virtually every association in i 7. Aje situated transportation Industry win i ?8 held Ash fat a Here the in i figure m in Nitro Egton May re ult in a full time Ber i suggests Broom handles. He continues a but then for some apparently unexplainable same buddy on Friday night. Con i the authoritative aviation journal reason the p-40 whips three Sunver Kanti it Devon Hon to Kansas Tyty St Louls thursday and be arrested by the ten by editor Max Karant of the the inquiry informed a a by a a a persons who withheld the use of Quot Hose entire duty their names said. Crew believed dead fort Jennings Ohio sept. 26.�? Upit a twin motored army bomber believed to be carrying my a will say in the novem Issue. Does no to make sense. Will be police work. A there a a those who lately but Navy a men have been hav have said that american successes ing a Tough time Ever since the have been due almost entirely to times its weigh c in japs twice its weight in germans. The big fighting French Send Squadron to Russia London sept. 26�? in a the fighting French announced today the departure of one of their fight beings fight the War in the South squadrons headed by a world our Superior pilots not aircraft a the editorial says. A which makes just about As much sense As if segregated prostitute District on main Street was broken up. Before that happened disorders were pretty Well localized. Now the we said that Wilbur Shaw noted four to six men exploded and j whole town is Fertile Field for the automobile race Driver could win crashed today apparently killing prowling Sailor and those who vie = the Indianapolis Auto races in a the entire Crew. Rimize him. 1 wheel Pacific almost single handed and do an amazing Job against the germans with Many of the nazis latest fighters shot Down As a sideline. A if our air forces Are getting their present results by Riding on Broom handles then for the Sake of All civilization let s go into All out production on Broom War Ace who formerly commanded the syrian air base at Palmita for duty with the russians on the soviet German front. The Squadron is named the Normandie. Its departure followed a series of talks presumably about increased aids Between representatives of Russia and the fighting French National committee

Search All Newspapers in Racine, Wisconsin

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection