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ONLY I $|79 4/5 Quart | 20% by Volume Legion of Merit Awarded D. C. Man for Map Work A method of plate coating when eouipment for standard procedures was lacking not only helped to keep the American Army supplied with essential photo graphic maps for the Tunisian operations but also won the Legion of Merit for Tech. Sergt. Stephen A. Puleo. 28, he has informed h i s father. Adding to his good fortune, the sergeant, whose father, Joseph Puleo, lives at 6310 E street, Maryland jPark, Md„ recently located his brother Charles, also in the Army, in England. Sergt. Puleo told his father he had no idea what was coming when his company was ordered to get ready for a colonel's inspection. When he and a Sergt. Hamann were ordered "front and center,” he said, ; it "left me weak in the knees and : quite shaky.” The citation reads: "For excep tionally meritorious conduct in the performance of outstanding serv ices • • •" and "through his effi cient organization of his reproduc ! tion section and exceptional in genuity. • * *” But Sergt. Puelo believed he merely was doing a good job of patching up things until the outfit could get the right ma teria Is. Wounded Gunner's Heroism in Saving Buddy May Win DSC By the Associated Press. A U. S. BOMBER BASE IN ENG LAND, Feb. 2.—The Distinguished Service Cross has been recom mended for a Fortress radioman gunner who, though twice wounded and temporarily blinded, saved a comrade’s life and kept firing until he became unconscious during the raid on Bremen November 26. The hero is Technical Sergt. Mar cus A. Boudreaux of Gonzales. La., who is returning to the United States for further medical treatment of his eye. When a burst of cannon fire struck the Flying Fort, “Miss Donha Mae,” Sergt. Boudreaux was wounded over the left eye, but he stumbled back to his gun to fight oil further enemy attacks. A second head wound did not deter him although his vision was continually obscured *by blood. Alter the bomber's oxygen system ^as knocked out Sergt. Boudreaux administered oxygen Irom an emer gency supply to another gunner, Sergt. Robert E. Hastings, Atlanta, who was lying dazed in the ship's waist. Repeated enemy attacks drew him back to his hot gun, where the Shoulder and arm muscles yelling "Ouch! I hurt, can't work!”? Then put Omega Oil on the job to help keep you on the job. Rub it on to rub out that muscle ache. Eases, soothes, comforts. Try it right away—todayI Only 35*. OMEGA OIL ! Powerful l!i Aid for Soro Muscles bombardier, Lt. Brooke R. Baier of Palmyra, Pa., found him unconscious from lack of oxygen in the shambles of the radio room. Revived at a lower altitude, Sergt. 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The demand has been so great that it may be several weeks before we can supply everybody. Seeman Brothers, Inc., New York 13, N.Y., distributors. * * * Ce IAIT dfBONN^ PA# Sis? t , l(x }-.;i These two Arab children in North Africa have just received their daily ration of ^4 pint of milk from one of the French agencies which distribute it for the American Red Cross. The translation of the sign in background read': “This milk is given by the Allies and distributed free to the children of North Africa by the American Red Cross.” They’re starting to eat again -thanks to you! The children of north Africa have started to eat again. And out of the black, damp cellars, children of other liberated countries will creep to watch the khaki-colored Yank trucks roll in. Trucks, stuffed, jampacked, top-heavy with life-restoring American food. Your ration stamps did it Only one-tenth of the food we produce goes to help feed our Allies ■—to put new hope and lighting strength in the people our victories free from the Nazi terror. It isn’t much. Even with the supplies we send there’s far, far less for them to eat than we have. For American civilians are still getting 75 out of every 100 plates of food we produce. Our Armed Forces get 13. Our territories and South America get 2. Victory through FOOD power! With the rest of the world on starvation’s edge, our food is the most potent force in the world today. But we need more and more and MORE food to supply our soldiers, feed the liberated nations, strengthen our fighting Allies. Unless you help keep food prices down by refusing to pay illegal high prices, or buying more than your ration points permit, one fourth of our population who live on low FIXED incomes won’t get enough to eat! (Soldiers’ families are in this group, you know.) Put up this reminder Just to remind yourself to play square and share the food, paste this Home Front Pledge on your cupboard door today. If well flay no tnoie than lofl loyal’ fliice4 H will acce/it no Ui/ionedyoodb without yiviny ufl lotion fleinti + * Food Conservation—Our Business The conservation of food happens to be our business, here at Crosley. Since we first presented the patented SHELVADOR in Crosley Refrigerators, American women have enjoyed the added, exclusive convenience of having extra food shelves built right into the refrigerator door. Wm mm black markets, rising food prices, waste, over-optimism— these are home-front enemies we haven’t licked yet by a long shot! They are subtle sabpteurs. And even YOU may be helping to delay victory because you hadn’t quite realized just what was at stake. Today, naturally, Crosley ingenuity is devoted completely to war production. But die day is not so far away, we hope, when Crosley will again be serving your convenience and pleasure—not only with refrigerators, but also with Crosley Radios, Radio-Phonographs, and other fine appliances. -Gft0SisE¥ THE CROSLEY CORPORATION • CINCINNATI, OHIO AND RICHMOND, IND. Peacetime Manufacturers of Radios, Refrigerators, Household Appliances, and the Crosley Car HOMS or WLW “THE NATION'S STATION" - , * .. ..i;___ American Wholesalers, Distributors Fourth & Churning Streets, N. E.