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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - November 29, 1942, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times sunday bulletin november 29,1942. Five Racine boys in United states armed forces buy War Bonds for gifts staff sgt. Eugene Bendix Vale Street Africa corp. Jerome m. Kronenberg 1329 Albert Street Hawaii Chester Rowanski 1136 Herrick Avenue Australia Halsey honors Navy heroes stands on punctured deck of warship to give medals by Eugene Birns somewhere in the South Pacific nov. 24.�? delayed a its it had Miral William f. Halsey jr., standing on the punctured deck of an american warship presented 17 officers and men with Navy crosses for gallantry in action with the enemy. In addition he presented 23 men with Silver stars four of them posthumously. The presentations were made As the ship Rode at Anchor in a South sea Harbor. Halsey with tears in his eyes during part of the ceremony said a to Honor men of the South Pacific Force and area who have written a glorious Page in the history of our great Navy we Are assembled on his historic Battle scarred deck. I wish i could present every Man with a medal As deserved some Day you la get such a medal. A to our glorious immortal dead rest in peace. You be fought a Good fight and kept Faith Hail and Farewell. A Weil carry on the fight. Weil show them that everyone of you is a better Man than that Little yellow Monkey and we Eil make him wish he d died before he was men reveal thoughts. After the ceremony i asked the men we hat they thought of we Hen Halsey was speaking and pinning on the medals. This is what some of them said or. Edward s. Lowe 36 lieutenant commander of Costa Mesa calif., who received the Navy Cross said a i thought of the marines Many mortally wounded As they i we Ere saying a thank you i thought of men who asked that others be helped Lieut. J. G. Nathaniel Coleman 23, user. New ferry. Va., who received a Silver Star recalled a i thought of the moment when the japs ships first illuminated us from three directions but we shot before the japs Lieut. J. A Richard w. Tucker of Berwyn 111., who carried out his duty As the sky control aft and transferred during the Battle to the port Batter a said a while seeing other men get decorated i thought of the Small group on one gun one Man got shrapnel in his guts but kept on ramming his gun. A i could see through him. He got the Navy Cross w. Ham Dawn son of Billings mont., who received the Silver Star a thought of a Man with one Arm useless kept carrying heavy ammunition hugging it to his tech. Richard Lutz 1638 Charles Street Australia pfc. Frank Benedict 1323 Lincoln Street Iceland Ete Jyrkas yet Nyk can in escaped from the Waukesha Indus escaped youth round trial school for boys was arrested at Home in Madison Frky a i Home. To e a a youth admitted stealing a bicycle Madison nov. 28. A a a some clothes and $4 from three 16-year-old Madison youth who Waukesha places. Warn motorists to identity Gas ration coupons Washington nov. 28.�? a the office of Price administration today cautioned motorists to print in Ink on the Back of each a a a a a a a a pc a and a a do gasoline ration Coupon their car License number and the state in which it is registered. The opa said such identification will help in the recovery of lost ration books and in combats Ting Black Market operators. In a question and answer discussion of gasoline and tire regulations preparatory to nationwide rationing beginning dec. I it said passenger Fleet operators using interchangeable Coupon books must White or stamp the Fleet name on each Coupon. A a to Coupon must be endorsed on the Back with the War certificate number or Fleet name and a be a and a a re coupons must have the name and address of the user written on the Back. Other information pointed out by the opa those unable to apply for a a a ration books last week can still apply to their local ration boards but cannot expect action before dec. 3 unless they have a particularly Good reason. All tires Over five must be disposed of by dec. I. After dec. 13 it will be illegal to operate a car without the tire inspection record which is evidence that tires have been registered and that All excess tires have been disposed of. Tire inspection records must be kept with the car at All times. Buy War Bonds for gifts extra Fine Quality washable sheer Rayon Marquisette superbly tailored curtains $1.98 Quality finest Quality Rayon Marquisette curtains. Specially treated to retain their Beauty after laundering. Full size every pair is 88 inches wide 2l?2 Yards Long. Eggshell or Ecru shades. Excellent Christmas gifts for your friends or for your own Home. Curtains fourth floor monday Only e. O. M. Hat clearance values up to $3.98 59 2 for $1 be Here Early for first Choice All reduced from our own Stock. Smart hats for Winter Wear. Felts and fabrics. All colors and head sizes in the group a but not in every style. Fob Quick clearance of High school topples formerly $1.00. Millinery third floor buy War Bonds for Victory Rahns toys Arentt the Only Way to a child a heart Here Are very special Gills for very special children from tiny tots to glamorous teen age sister. Every girl on your list likes Best the gifts Bhe can Wear and show off. Adorable dresses and jumpers. A. Warm Snow suits and Coats. Cute sweater and skirt outfits j a. Cuddly pyjamas. And colourful House i Coats. Youth find them All at Rahns a1 mod orate prices. See them a a a buy them now a children s Coats and coat sets beautifully tailored of Fine fabrics. Sizes i to to. $12.98 to $18.98 Kenwood coat sets of 100% Wool in Blue Cherry and Toffee. Sizes 3 to 6x $25.00 to $26.50 hat extra. $2.50 Junior Coats in classic boy style and wraparound. All warmly interlinked sizes 8 to 16 .$18.98 girls Pinafore fresh and new. ,. Sweet and Dainty. Sizes i to 12 $1.25 to $1.98 girls Snow suits smartly styled of 100% Wool fabrics or lightweight gabardine with Timme tuft or sheepskin lining. Sizes 3 to 16. $10.98 up girls Corduroy jumpers smart colors sizes i to 16$3.98 Perky Wash dresses in solid colors and pretty prints. Launder beautifully. Sizes i to 14$1.25 up girls blouses and shirts tailored and fancy styles in White and Lovely pastels sizes i to 16$1.25 up girls party dresses. Never have we had such smart dress up dresses As we have this year for Young moderns Christmas parties .$2.98 to $7.98 girls All Wool sweaters in Cardigan and Sloppy sue styles. Bright fall colors and Bon Bon pastels. Sizes 3 to 16 $2.98 up girls skirts in new exciting pastels plaids and Plain colors. Sizes i to 6, 7 to 14$2.25 up girls quilted Robes in wraparound styles. Gorgeous Floral patterns Cotton or Rayon Satin sizes i to 16 .$3.98 to $7.98 girls pyjamas. Darling two piece Flannelette in Floral or polka Dot patterns. Butcher boy styles sizes 8 to 16.$2.50 / i n \ \ \ / boys Sailor suits. Every Little boy s dream sizes 3 to 8.$5.50 boys Eton suits in Corduroy or Wool flannel Navy Green wine and Brown. $3.98 to $5.98 boys Bath Robes. Mannish styles in Corduroy and Beacon cloth. $2.98 to $4.98 boys coat sets of Fine Shetland Melton and herringbone fabrics sizes 3 to 8, at .r$15.98 boys Cotton knit suits striped tops. Plain coloured pants. Sturdy and tub Bable. $1.29 up comforter sets in Rayon Satin beautifully designed Matching Pillow. .$3.98 up tots knit suits of washable boucle Cotton or Wool adorable styles i to 3. A $1.29 to $3.98 tots Nitey Nite sleepers in Lovely pastel colors. Sizes i to 6. $l.i�9 tiny Robes for Little tots. Beacon cloth flannel and Corduroy sizes i to 3. .$1.69 up tots pastel Coats and Snow togs with Perky headgear to match. Snow suits at .>.$6.98 up coat sets. $9.23 up tots bed slippers in assorted colors. Sizes 4 to 8.$1.00 to $1.98 a tots Muff and Scarf sets in White Bunny fur. $2.98 tots velvet Bonnet and Muff set at. $1.98 Rahns tot and teen shop third floor toys. Toe our Fille selection of soft toys. Animals dolls. Saggy Ann and Andy Etc. 59c up buy War Bonds for Victory

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