SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1944 NAU3ATUGKV DAIlY: NEWS '•'£*$+&>>' .%1 'VSjj*/ -p.^r"-- ' "\ 7"OU who have waited for so many months for this -*-' decisive invasion wish only for one thing--the power to strike one blow at the side of those who are fighting for us, the ability to bring victory one fraction of an instant nearer. You can. And those who rode with the Allied Invasion Fleet will know you by what you think and what you do now! They are prepared and determined to endure the most savage opposition that evil genius can conceive and desperation put to vise. 'You can be prepared to remain calm in the face of the inevitable wild rumors of victory, to remain sure and steadfast in the teeth of set-backs and losses. .-.-.. • " More—there is, one tangible way to show that you, safe at :home because they are ; braving death in Europe, have your hearts as well as your hopes in this invasion; It is to back the attack with War. .Bonds as you have never done before! It is to back it in dark hours as in bright, back it with every single dollar that you can possibly wrest from necessity! "This Fiftn War Loan drive gives you an opportunity you hayje riever had before — to show those who are fighting Hoy/ fully ! the nation and you as an individual stand wfthlthem; • It% your turn now! 5 W WAR LOAN BUY YOUR William M. Chittenden •* ISO CHURCH STREET Naugatuck Fuel Co. . Stf CHITRCH STREET 149 MAPLE STREET ••••• 9 162 CHURCH ST. Co., 175 CHURCH STREET t Gem-Alcazar - #.1 ^ Theatersi Breen's Sport Shop 207 CHURCH STREET John M. Sutherland 203 CHURCH STREET ency 203 CHURCH STREET-^rr M. Freedman Company 199 CHURCH STREET !
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