Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on January 28, 1942 · Page 1
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All Set for Air Raids *;rrs r r?''^^"r^™' e ^;r'rxm ^ ^ > ;,«. **< ^> - , v p>, :> i >v$3iH Wrt •"„ ^I'v^yiM IWOTRJWI ;i; :-! : : ; X'xi:;.';! i^-:^ ' P$p F&S m latest In all' raid pvocftutlona la thla nro-flghting suit for womon dona, Mndo of « chomlcally-pvocosHod,' flrcpi'oof, cloth, the-suit is Lelc(l by Vh-Klnln Slbort in tho Philadelphia Civilian Defense Oaico. llafl n full lonKth viow of tho suit. Hight> tho fireproof holmcfc that " ' |y worn with tho outfit, (Central Press). New Kind of Opera Debut brand opera dobut for harmonica plnyor 'Larry'Adlor.featured tho iladolphia Opoi'a Company's production in English of Johann wwV'Tho ttnb," lioro Adlor, left, who appeared in the opera, as « ' ontorbnfnor in tho ballroom scono, is shown,with soprano Francos Wntklna and Conductor Sylvan Lovin, . . , (Central Proas) , Victory V Defies Axis Bullets * . • ' 1 \ V'i i -'•> ' • , « Captured Jap Sub and fts; s Death Head' Newr c! the Day Photo The Japanese two-man, submarine (above)-captured •.during'-the-.B(neak S Traid on ; Pearl.Har,bor had.a wicked- Ioo'krn?.bov/'(below), Two torpedo tubes and a'knife-sharj) guard used.to cut through underwater nets-are bow's'features;'.The sub was driven through the waters 'by 'two;prppej[lers rotating inapposite directions, •.-'•. ' .;.-' ••'!'' •"'- • .•:•'• '.•'•,-. .'i . .^ . V - ; . •••-;•'•'•','••:!'•!•; •••''' : "'.' : :^'• " (Central Press) ' i'. • • •' -'•,,'•••.'•' i * ' " < , ., • * * . , . . .•.•">'-..•'-• ' ? ,'." ,.. * ;, _ • .'..: . •. i ' . . • .',•"• •, ', ',' £r, ' ';,'•;.••"'.. ..'•'•" ;•••'; •''••' ,• ' " ' u . ; To Gariy on the Colin Kelly Tradition 4 . . \ ' 'J i-.i'/. - .. -' ! • . * . ' , * * . ' '•': *' i '..'.*'. •-•""•". *• '-'\ • '!•*' ':'.-" ' * Upon,tho shoulders of the tweaty-month^old Colin Kelly 3rd, falls: the;responsibility ()f carrying tho tradition that goes 'with his name, His father, ; died sinking .the ..Japanese battleship ^Hafuna,™ the greate«t single act of bravery since the outbreak of World' .War IT. He is; pictured-in ah ayiator's ^uniform withhis . . '.'.'. favorite toys, a battleship' an'd ,an airplane. "> :: ; (Central Press) Senators Service on putH a V ban^lago on ono of tho acnmon of tho torpedoed t«nk(.T Vumnfforl The forty-two momborfl of tho',crow, without IO«H of IICo whon tho tanker .WUH torpedoed oif : tho Now Joraoy coast, (Central Press) . THE CALL TO fTH^ COLORS! CALL FOR bOLLAIRS ^ Dig deep,; StHkg :j .]hard, , Qu Sgji need the plahc^hijpifl, and'gun's your ^ Qur .boys whlcli ^..^^tb^uy.^,';''. '/' , v.. ««».«:,..-p'p's'jt'fo.ffice,-:or savings and £ ai ) Association, Tell them you want to buy • cl ^sc Bonds regularly,-starting now, '';..'. . / : New Malta Boss ; ^^.^^IglJllJI^^ Vicc-Adm. Ralph Lcatham New, commander of Britain's beleaguered Mediterranean, fortress of Malta is. vice-admiral Ralph Leatham, commander of the East Indies.!station. He succeeds vice-admiral Sir, Wilbraham T. R. Ford. It is believed that one of Hitler's first, new moves will be a blitzkrieg atr ; tack on the island. '."• Extolled by FDR •y v • fes— President Roosevelt 1 cabled birthday greetings to Gen. Douglas.MacAr- thur,'sixfy-two-year-old commander , of the American and Filipino troops: battling the Japs on Luzon Island. Above'.Gen. John J. Pershing '(left) . is shown pinning tlie Distinguished Service•- Cross • on • MacArthur i at BulJigny, France, Sept, 7,1918. - . THE GUMPS i^irst •.Jb'.F. Ready for . Some of the first American-soldiers to land with'the AEF in North' Ireland, are shown with ammunition issued them as they immediately went on a war footing, .'This photo was transmitted by cable from : . London to New York. - • .'...'• Where U. S. Sank Ten Japanese Ships The U. ,S. Asiatic Fleet engaged the Nipponese Fleet for several days.in the Strait oi p Macassar. 'U. S. flying fortresses also joined .the battle. When the smoke cleared at least eight and possibly ten Jap*m'e«« 4v • •"•''..;, , ^ naval vessels, including an airplane carrier and transports, had been sunk, . V. HIALEAH kACE TRACK, WHERE WIDENER IS TO BE Movie actor Edward Arnold relt's birthday celebration ihe^nes.uscd in the last 'Loft to right are Senator Radcliffe, Md,; Albcn ?, • iascoy «)ey i li^weld i n g ? a t; th e York'" cnai west coast race tracks have had to call off their scheduled meetings, and n^. ones ? racing interest is centered on-Florida and the Hialeah race track at Miami, scene of the :.. * Widener race in March. at that f; 190,000: •.. •• ..<-

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