Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on July 10, 1944 · Page 5
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 5

Naugatuck, Connecticut
Issue Date:
Monday, July 10, 1944
Page 5
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'<£• MONDAY, JULY 10, 1944 NAUOATUCKDAJtLY NEWS Flvt K OM General Bradley, leading the Invasion Around forces, right through every rank, American men now face a brutal, desperate, able enemy. For this invasion has only begun— before our fighters lies a hard and bloody task, one that demands all their courage, backed by all your faith in their ultimate victory. That faith will be tested many times in this invasion—in grim struggles, set-backs, possibly even temporary defeats. It will be up to you to remem- ber that early victories usually only mean more savage opposition from a foe made more bitter, more ruthless as the shadow of his doom grows larger—up to you to.keeplthat faith in days and nights of gloom .as well as in hours of triumph. • . ' *''' '''"-,•.-"!>' There is little that you can do to show that you realize what they must face, perhaps for many months. But one thing ^you can do—back the attack with every dollar you can spare! Let the Bonds you buy in this greatest of Drives be the measure of yout belief in .their ultimate victory! BUY YOUR INVASION BONDS TODAY! • ^^^^ '^^^^ ' I • '"-;..' - ' " " I — SPONSORED U. S. Rubber Co, (Footwear Division) Naugatuck Chemical Division of U. S., Rubber Co; Middlebury Lumber Co. ...'•'; Middlebury," Conn. The Bristol Company W. J. Megin, Ine. Peter Paul, Inc. 1M. Russell Mfg; Co., Inc. \ ^ . L .- . . Naugatuck Lumber Co. Kaugatuck Savings Bank Naugatuck Water

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