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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 23, 1942, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times sunday bulletin August 23, 1942. Five insurance men plan health crusade to Aid War Effort James Reed Heads Racine committee in charge of drive a a keep Well crusade is to be undertaken in Racine As an Aid j to the War Effort by the Racine j Kenosha life underwriters Asso elation As part of a nationwide j drive for better health by the life insurance agents and companies according to sol Loeb president i of the association. James h. Reed has been named chairman of the crusade com j Mittee which will mobilize the services of the life underwriters to Aid Public health authorities medical groups and civic organizations in calling attention of the Public to the need for increased personal care. Other members of the committee Are Phil mares and Elmer Mogenson. A priceless Possession. A Good health is a priceless Possession at All times but in the midst of a War health on the Home front Means much More than the welfare of the individual when every hour of work is so vital to our production drive it Means More planes More tanks More ships and More equipment for our fighting forces a Loeb said. A the need for greater personal attention to keen Well is accentuated by the Large number of doctors dentists and nurses being drawn from civilian life to provide medical care for our armed forces. It is estimated that by the end of this year More than one third of the total medical Force of the nation will be serving with our army and Navy. This places a severe Strain on the remaining doctors dentists and nurses in serving the people on the same front and it is up to each individual to do his part toward preserving his own health in order to relieve this through the a keep Well crusade a which is endorsed by or. Thomas Parran surgeon general of the u. S. Public health service Paul Mcnutt chairman of the office of civilian defense health and welfare or. Morris Fishbein of the american medical association and other leading health and medical authorities it is hoped to make the Public conscious of the simple fundamental precautions which can do so much to Avert serious illness and disease. Lists five rules. Five health rules formulated by the Institute of life insurance in collaboration with or. Parran Are recommended As a Basic step toward maintaining Good health. They Are 1. Eat right. Milk butter eggs fish meat cheese Beans and peas fruit Green Leafy vegetables and the yellow ones whole Grain or enriched cereals and bread these Are the key foods. Eat plenty of them. And eat three meals a Day. 2. Get your rest. Regularity counts most. You can t catch up on lost sleep or missed relaxation try to keep on a regular schedule of a note about a. B. T. S. Every Day. Take it easy for a Little while after lunch and dinner. Go to bed on time get up on time. 3. See your doctor once a year. You have your car checked and services every thousand Miles. Do As much for your body. Physicians can prevent Many diseases and illnesses for both children and grownups nowadays. Give your doctor a Chance now before you get sick. Go to see him 4. Keep clean. Plenty of Baths lots it soap preserve Good health. Clean hands clothes houses Beds get fresh air and Sunshine. Drink lots of water. 5. A a play a some each Day. Romp with the family visit with friends take walks play games or do whatever you like to give your mind and body a change from the daily grind on the Job. A fall Woik and no play makes Jack a Dull Home experts j suggest ways to save food Washington a a multiply that bad egg spoiled meat soured milk you threw away last week by the nations 34,000,000 Homes and you have a staggering total of wasted food. Summer is the season when food wastes invariably increase j according to the Home economists of the department of agriculture. So they offer these several timely suggestions for taking care of the most perishable food meat wrap raw meat fish and poultry loosely in Wax paper and j store in the coldest storage place j in the refrigerator. Cover cooked meats before you put them away j remember meat that has been Cut i or chopped spoils More quickly than meat in one piece. Milk use Only As much Asne j Pessary for cooking and keep re j minder in refrigerator. Put away milk and Cream used at the table immediately after the meal but done to pour it Back into the main j Supply. Always keep milk Cov-1 ered. Eggs keep Mem in the coldest storage space in open bowls or Tore baskets. Always keep the main Supply in the refrigerator. North Carolinas new River is one of the few Rivers of any size in the United states that flows due North. Now More than Ever buy Rahns lasting Quality lounge about for lounging about these harem trousers of Kelly Green Rayon Jersey go with persian print Blouse. Buran s August fur Sale now on come in today 1330 state St. W with a smart new hair do you la want to look your Best when school re opens. Have Youk hair Cut and styled into an easy to Manege Feather hair do. Back to school special Feather haircut and a a a 54 permanent wave. $6.50 Complete with shampoo and Lovely natural Finger avs Jackson 750 Rahns second floor Dent Jackson 209 we Call for and deliver throw your scrap into the fight i l old rags i it Racine s Best buy in special at Headquarters for children s better shoes budget shop downstairs floor Rahns again Racine women Are proudly saying i made it myself with a Mccall pattern and Rahns Fine Quality Tan fleece coating at $4 50 cd. This attractive school coat is easily made with a Mccall pattern no. 4891. Especially in our Fine banality 90 to Wool and 10% camels hair fleece coating. Or of All Wool herringbone tweeds. All 54 inches wide. Size 12, requires 2 Yards of coating 2vs Yards lining. The pattern is 35c. Total Cost about. $10.65 new fall corduroys for College and school $l19 cd. Lur a Fine smooth washable Corduroy in Falls newest colors Scarlet Brown Tan rust Rose Green Copen wine Moss Leaf Green. Fine for sportswear. Rahns fabric shop second floor printed table cloths at four Low prices 97c. 36x36" 1.25 1.49 printed luncheon sets. 36x36" cloth with bound Edge 4 fringed napkins. Plain coloured luncheon sets. Cloth with contrasting napkins. Fruit and Floral printed sets. 36x36�?� cloth four pastel napkins spun Rayon and Cotton cloths $1 co 50x50�?� size in Rich colors. 1.051 Rahns second floor Hay fever try Mayrin nasal filter Mayrin nasal filters Aid in Relief of Hay fever and sea Sonal asthma symptoms they re effective Comfort Able and completely adjust Able to each individual nost Ril opening. Completely in visible when worn $ without nasal clip Rahns Street floor 5 Fine stationery Send a Box to the boys in service Quick letters stationery 12 Complete letters a new idea acc Eaton s bulk stationery. Vin 60 folded sheets 50 envelopes. Altic Bugle notes. A 16 sheets and envelopes cd with Clever pictures and military notes printed boxed stationery too sheets and too envelopes with any name a and address. Rahns gift Shoppe you la need these from our closet shop Metal shoe stands two tiers. $1.00 shoe bags space for 6 pairs. 98c up garment bags for Street and formal dresses $2.69 to $5.95 Hanger for men s suits. .39c velvet covered hangers. 59c Satin covered hangers. .89c Sitwell skirt and trouser hangers 39c double size garment bags holds 20 garments $3.98 quilted Satin boxes for Hose. Handkerchiefs. Gloves ____89c _ hints hat r boxes a collapsible 89e a Rahns notions am Street floor no need to break in Wagner n 1 n Iron Ware in. \ skillets 60c to Flat Fryer. Handled griddle French Fryer with Basket. Drip drop round roaster. Drip drop Oval roaster. Danish cake pan Lamb cake Mould Skillet set. Chicken Fryer with pyrex cover dutch oven with cover. $1.25 $1.00 $1.25 $1.75 $2.95 $3.75 $1.25 $1.75 $2.50 $2.45 $2.95 the modern Iron Ware that needs no breaking in. Because it is especially treated at the factory and can be used immediately by merely washing. Its easy to keep clean. Makes food taste better. Lasts for years. Rahns housewares downstairs floor 4-piece studio Couch covers Elk Simmons Quot fabrics a a every cover made from original upholstery fabrics purchased from the Simmons s largest studio maker i decorative upholstery color combinations Oft wine a Creen Brown a Blue an extraordinary value at now you can recover your studio Couch with the same Quality and Type of fabric with which it was originally upholstered. This value is possible Only because the Simmons company is now engaged in the War production program and has released part of their surplus stocks of Fine upholstery fabrics. Choose from solid rope weaves Bright roving yarns Gay plaids Woven stripes and Many others. Tailored with deep Box pleats Cord welted seams and 3 Matching Pillow slips. Rahns fourth floor Sale ready made knitted adjustable slip covers just a suf on tuck in Aud tie they look and fit like Fine upholstery for All chair covers All sofa covers 4.98 handsome ready made slip covers that cling tightly to your furniture look like permanent upholstery. Just slip them on any style furniture tuck in and tie. They won t slip or wrinkle. These covers Are made of a durable washable fabric that needs no ironing. Either match the colors for your chair and sofa or mix the harmonizing shades of a Jour Wood Rose wine and Blue. These new slip covers will give your Home Lively new decorative interest and protect your furniture As Well. For sofa size measure across widest part of Back. Rahns fourth floor Rahns

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