Daily News from New York, New York on September 15, 1944 · 118
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Daily News from New York, New York · 118

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Pi H Cm f-1 c Stimson For Higher Rank To Honor Gur fop Generals By RUTH .MONTGOMERY Washington, D. C, Sept. 14. Pending legislation to croate an Army rank higher than that of General has the blessing of the War Department, Secretary of War Stimson said today, provided a .distinction is made between the new rank and the title of General of The Armies now held by John J. Pershing. R N OLD CONSTABLE FIFTH AVE. AT 40TH, NEW YORK NEW ROCKELLE HEMPSTEAD i Two Army officers (probably Genu. (leorpe C. Marshall, Chief of Sutr. and Dwijrht I. Eisenhower) woulil be eligible for the elevation, but the actual title, Stimson said, would be determined by Con-. jrre.Ks. A bill already has passed the Senate, and is now before the House, to " create the corresponding advance naval rank of Fleet Admiral. Summarizing the war effort, Stimson told a news conference he believed the Germans were pre- Henry L. Stimson paring to shift troops from Norway, Denmark, and other sources to strengthen the W twall. Reports indicate, he said, that German civilians are being: hastily drafted for the final stand, He denied a story, reported earlier this week, that an American general had been found guilty of losing a copy of the D-Day plans formulated at the first Roosevelt-Churchill Quebec conference. Asked to comment on an article in the Washington Times-Herald, report over an alleged mutiny of some 13,000 Negro soldiers at Camp Clairbome, La., last month, Stimson admitted there was a disturbance at the camp, but wjth much fewer soldiers involved than the number mentioned. FRONT PACE NEWS! VIRGIN WOOL SUITS 24.95 ARNOLD CONSTABLE FIFTH AVENUE I 'V f i , if si k- I t , i s M I 1m 1 1 !t ' . -7 f . . V,-? e . ti '. , $ : - . I - s - i ,! : I: --w i ' . t , I . s ----- - . -ire-;?;: r- r mi iinh-vi it-ii i---r---wwi--ti ir--iTii"-i nr. i nwir mi iMWiiirJ-JimMaWi' irtirfnY-'- .mmmtms(tA i n'iMBtii VIRGIN WOOL CHESTERFIELD WITH REMOVABLE UR . LIHIKG NO WAR TAX Cur satisfying investment In warmth and wear for campus, country, and what have you; at the same sound and sensible price it has always been. Virgin wool tweed with a soft insulation of rabbit's fur, nice touches such as knitted wristlets in the sleeves to keep it extra cozy. In Natural and all the new fall colors) 12 to 20. town and country shop, 3rd Fl., also New Rochelle and Hempstead (7 GABARDINE TWILL GREY FLANNEL VENETIAN COVERT CLASSICS DRESSMAKERS CARDIGANS 3-BUTTOK STYLES Ready, get set, go ... an your fall wardrobe! Head straight for our complete collection of suits in the most desirable virgin wool fabrics, cut to the smartest styles of the season. And all at this wonderfully low price that agrees with your budget. More proof of the good fashions and low prices on our famous fifth floor. Black, brown, grey and the newest jewel-bright shades. All virgin wool. Sizes 10 to IS. Fifth Floor Suits. Also New Rochelle and Hempstead. fc - -si -! a 1 life l&tr id? i - - 4 ' n - ! I t s f y - -v - I i ? r - j i I i - ? !- I. - " ,t : ... i I i 1 ? , ! : -t I. ! . ; .''' I " ' ' - , '4 I ' , 1 J LAVISHLY FURRED COATS Hi 100 VIRGIN WOOL 65.00 Coat illustrated, no war tax Fur-trimmed tuxedos like the model shown strike the clearest note this season but our gala selection includes your favorite fitted styles, too. They're all amazing buys at this wonderful low price . . . all trimmed with such luxury furs as Beaver dyed Mouton, pieced Persian, South American Lamb, Persian Lamb, Sable dyed Squirrel or Seal dyed Coney ... all cut on distinguished lines. Black and the season's newest colors. Misses' and Women's sizes Some styles, plus 20 tax. You may use our convenient Payment Plan. Fifth Floor Coats Also New Rochelle and Hempstead

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