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THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1944 '•^'^^^''''^•'•^^^ti ,-v-j •;.-.v'- • v. ;•"•- .< • •.•• (ernins May-five jjKK States For Defense Of Prussia ' ;io formidable Corti- uti-lv east of lower the the ,llltin- rs. believe M n?t,.nv he giving up „„,„.- nm _ [h "' I (Al.^.^**~. "---- .KM told "" % homc r '' ont ^ "' \ K intended to Increase nro- Son'of tho Baltics. c. i>- n Nn'l mllitoi-y commcn- vn'ain'cd H was necessary to , '-Men lines on -tlio casrtern Mn^'t" protect Germnn soil. However, the London nullo wild 11 - ,d Creiieral Lindemann. T commander in the apparently has not re-. orders from Berlin to wlth- , r ,, v his men. While slpa.* of contusion m- aea rt In - he German high com- 1 Nnul soldiers tociny arc re- "o"t«l I" ' fl| S ht tlhuful of Kussla'a *,« offensive In Latvia. Utviftn c.tllciiil.« m Mascow say ?aiion"o( Latvia arc in full swlnfr. rnilu.iU-.ml equipment ij< bc'np load- Hi for shipment to Germany. Cattle '" bcin? shipped. And tho Gci- TOiiu nr'c roune'.lnK up Latvian y 0 ,, u h.< and sending them to thc ''simiiHnncotisly. Moscow reports ,l,e new offensive advanced up to •" miles capturing more than one rtPtisnnct settlements. Tho Rus- j-aiiJ hnve sci'/ccl lelrltsa, a power- <iil stronghold protecting the Latvia- border. Tho city's fortifications comprised a complex system at pillboxes', m i n c fl e I d s and tranche.". Thc new offensive has extended the eastern bnttlefront 'O 'ISOmlles. In the offoniivi 1 filmed at East Prussia :-. Oernmn report—relayed .'roni Stnckho'.m— s».ys thc Russians are within 37 miles of the pru-Wjtr frontier. - Thc report pl'iced thc Soviets 30 milos west of Grodno., . At encircled Wilno. street battles with thc encircled Ger- nunsi have entered the sixth day, And farther south, the Russians advanced si-vc"n miles .alone the railroad from Baranowicne towards Brest I.itovsk. Captured At St. Lo Alex Nolde Officer In Editors Club The Business Editors club of Southern New. England recently elected Alex Noldc of Trov/brklfro p/acc recortlcr-trwisurer. ifr. Xctl'lC'-is an- employe of thc Bristol Co. The frroup to which .Ur. .Volde belongs consists of editors of business .- and industrial publications. Men, Women! Old at 40,50,60! Get Pep . FMlY0arsYoung«r,FullofVim D Don't tiiamn ojchniwrcd, worn*niit, riin-dniirri frciinK on ymr rwo. 'I')inn>iihii(ls iunn4r.-i] nt \vfuu n llttiu t^pplriK IIP wlih Ontrc* will /tii. t-ontftlns Kniornl «i(i(i-s offi-n nr^Nvl n/f^r -fO—li}* b'xlim ittcklnu iron, *-ftlrlinn ttlinnfjhKf, VKftfiiln HI* tniruiliU'fnry «!r f>irrr< Tur.lc T»t»lrf* only .I.V. Why frcl '.Ut? Mvi fofltntr r^ri'-ln- nmt J'onnifr. !"rtl* v«rv (lay. I-'-T s, ( lf ;tt all tlruif stores everywhere — in Naitsatiu-U. :it Alien 1 !* Ciu Kate and N.nu.iUM-t: I.»ru if. NOTICE! TO Ot'K NAl/GATUCK STORK Clt!$TOMK«.S! )IIP tiv-wiir time comlltlon.H, wo n- com poll I'd to close our Nim- Culuck .stori.-. CALL VS For tlir diiy our Iloutu Mnn will H^ mi your .tlrcct. • Free Telephone Service Y<ir Vmiffiiiiick Cu»tomcr» Call Enterprise 4700 SHALETT-LUX l.iiuiuli:riTN — 1K.V Clninors 'M !•:. M:iin St., Wnterbiiry M:iln Office * riant, U2 Wnlniit St. Kxt. IVuturlowii — NuUKUtlICk Mlildlehur.v _ KORGKT TH" w,\rt LOAN DRIVIC: : HIGHLAND GROCERY 02 HIGHLAND AVE. T,. HOCCO IIAPO, Prop. Great Oak Farm 5 OXI-'OHI) IlOAI) Tel. MILK — EGGS Delivery To All Tarts Of Nimi;ut.uck . Ciikc.s A CITY BAKERY 171 Maple Street TKl. 3878 Rpffirp Your I>uvp On Your Vurntlim Hrln^ Your SSpnrt Clutlii-.i lliTc TCI Oe l»ry ' Clcuncd D.LIEBERMAN 20 CIIUnCH STKEET Americans Drive On Differeritfrtn (By United Premi) The Americana nrc nttncklng, from four directions In'tho-.-final drive to topple the Nazi central anchor point of ''Si'. Tx> in'-Normandy. . • •..'''.' .•'. . ' •.. ,. : The have only one, mile -and a hnlf left to go. But .it's all up hill; strong German positions. And- . r^A^"- ^:-'^-'•-'"'>: ••'• •^ r ' v ^^cPa( - .Unitud .ProssAWalv-C.or.rosppnd- V..'JampB - McGllnby 'i^'ays ^thc Yanks .face tYic.^tijirifleiff ? battle ..(Jiey've. y ot . oncou h^pljbd '•:! n\ Fr.anco.'. '/''•"The .Nai'ls';.-arc ' diir''in!"solldly \,ln. their .hilltop • fortress.. And .fromJaiT 'indlcailons: they .intond ; tb defend 11,'tp ;tho very last, '^ s'^.^'vzfhSZl; -./American artillery opctieiL' (^murderous". 'Shelling of •3t::f£b •': b'*forc ;thc -•ground" troops- bcgan^rnpvlntf over • the last .milc-arid-a-half .' 'The main, attack' is directed ^alongX; a highway running into St.. I/b^frbm.' the. northeast.,^ Other" 'American troops .are .'advancing • oh the ,)hilltop town Jtom the cast, .the north and the northwest; ;.•"•; ^•..' .. • ;; ", • .At', .the -west end '.of... the Imttle lino, American forces !•!• how . arc .•,wJtbin,. two.^mlipB^'of.;, LiCSBay,--the objective.. btJVaj''drive down from La HayO'du Pulls. And.a few mllea 'Inland;, .th'ey/rc' .'only three, •'and- a halt', nijlea;;from ..'Perlcrs,.- ;.. . '• .'' At" the^''other ond'"of 'the • llnF, ^thoi.Brlil»h,'hav8» resumed their for_. wardv maixh, and,.ihava. recaptured the 'town. ..ofif'.iMaltot, • fivo ,/mllcii below .Cacri.^Tho.-vNazls .hurled- 90 tanks . Into Jtwp';v:.countcr-attacka '•airalnBt'- .Britl»lT'''':poBltions ^between .the' Odon;'andT\O.rn<!'.>rlverii';'ycBter- 'day. But.tKb Tom'nilca'hurled them 'back. : • ". " '•J'-;. : -;.»'/ ' " •.; •; •.; . 3?oo'r hyin's'; weather ntHl- prc- 'vents .the Allied air forces from glving.vclo'aciaupport -to bur .attack- >.lngi uround; troops. . .-. ( ; Against American Troops In Normandy "''""• 'V' (By' tJnltc* i; Piw») '-" " i A United' Press •correspondent. James McGlinccy-: rcpor,U ;that'the Germans used their'.flying .bombs ajjalniit Am e r'l'ca-.n ' ..trbopi. in Normandy on July. 1st. McGllncey'B dispatch was hcld v up:'by censorship 13 days. -Thi«.'IB. the .flrat report, of the "usq-.-by. the-Germans'of. : the v . flying bonibai-aBainst'trpopii in the; field. ' ' i Incidentally the flying'bomb attack" on- London, was resumed \.o- day. ' '. - .. •••••. '• ' • >'• •• ! Waterburyite Fined $10 In Boro Court 'Thomas Hunter, 03 Lafayette street, Waterbury, was- fined "J1.0 in'borough., court thisr mornins by Judge.,Thomas Neary. •>*<<;,. • He"was charged with driving a motor vehicle without- first obtain- •• •- ••-• -.. • r-x '«•.» ...„ J license;-^He^WB* arWflte*. Tuc»da>r moniin«;i by -SlAtc Tw> cr Carl-'Cai-libn..; ; v <•*,-'-,- ... ' ' This''..wjwv tho'.only-CBSC:. !_, , ough court"thlii mornlnK- 'i'.' • "• ' • _ "—:— —— ' A* j -, : £: F.. B.: ... 'Waterbury, Conn'., July —Four " worker*.,/at>'the- United StatcR Tire corporation' are reported to havc-bccnl.nrcd for telsl.rylnf their lime" : '.-cardii.-. T_hclr n»me». however .haWv- hot been rcveal«a, and thc..F. ; 'BK:I.''l« «*'<« «« b ","» 1 vcsHeating. thc>. charges. , Th4 workers arc: •miid-.'lo- nave r«Oi»^» aiv offer tjf-thcir^ CIO unlonX ato uikc action-in their defense, - ;• ^. BUY WAR..BQNh8 STAKf » !»hown ahonrtl a U. 8. Coast Guard Nhlp on route to Knicland I.H l.t. Col. Ilium Friin/, Mullnr, four llincM drcorntcil for his wi>1 exploits. The Gcriimn officer was cnptiired in the fighting around St. Ix>, France. Offlcliil V. S; Const Guard photo. (Intcrna. tioniil Souiulplioto) BOROUGH DAILY DIARY JULY 1944 » M t W T t » _ _. .1 2 J B * 6 7 ' » 9 10 II 12 13 14 15 16 17 IS 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 2? 28 29 JO 31 Coming Events | . 0 TONIGHT McctlnK NiuiRivtuck Flnli nnd Gum.' CU.I., Inc., Town MiiH. iHlwII Camp. Sons ot tho Union. V. i'- W. hall, Rubber uvcniif. . • ... . oOo TOMOK1SOW School Bourd MeclliiK, Tut- tlc House, 5 J>. m. oOo SATURDAY St. IIcdwlK's Bawiur,'Church.. I'uvlllon . SUNDAY. St. Hcdwlp's lJ:i7.;uir oOo : JULY. 17 Tli-d Cross Mohilo Blood Unit, Y. M. C. A. oOo JULY J3 Band Concert, Community Blind, The Green Slpctnifcn, JU-slstrnrji. ivnd Town CU-rk Mi.-olinjr for New | Voters, Town Tin 11 oOo JULY 24 Pupcr Salvnce Collection JULY 25 Collection Weather Report Miissficluisetl.s, Rhode Island and ConnocUcut: Clearing, t4lic!itly cooler and considerably les-, humid today. Clear and cooler tonight. Tomorrow fair with moderate temperatures. Efistport to Block Island—Small, craft warnings are displayed. Temperature Report The day dawned dark and cloudy, and I!, even rained after 8 a. m. today. But then Old Sol broke through n'cloud and It wns another pretty cool day. Red Hermans noticed a brccac blowing all morning and lived in extreme comfort all morning. Rnd, however, Is trying to mnkr: up tho old mind whether or not to go swimming. Red has a standing invitation with ;i puddle of water loft over from thc .other night lo go swimming anytime. Midnight • 78 fi a. n a. m. Noon .. 1 p. m. 80 ....80 00-- . ......91 -•-'.-- IN OUK GIFT BETARTMENT TABLE and BOUDOIR LAMPS Splendid Selection NAUGATUCK HARDWARE NEA'BY BUILDING Tel. 5212 No Exchanges . ; No ^Rgtonds v \ All Sales Final This.is your opportunity ; to select' fresh ciressy and. tailored sport clothes 'in late Sprin- and Summer Fashions. 'Because we n,bed space For the arrival.of our new Fall merchandise. 'You 'will- find our best bargains ot; the year. Many other items too mi- meroiis' to"mention, are' also on' sale.__ ,,.',' .;','; " SUITS "Year-'round Jtailored styles. Over 100 to select from — sixes 24-30. •, •'-"• '•' Form'erly:^16.50 to:$19.50 : Sale $11.95 Formerly $25.00 to $32.50' : .;•• Sale, $16.95 Formerly $39.50 to $55.00 Sale $29.50 DRESSES ''''Prints — Pastels — Dark Colors..' "'•: ; -. Group $5,95 to $7.95 PLAYSHITS ; -20%-..Qff .- Corset Oiie"";Lqt-. r Soi;t/ : Pantie;:;Girdles Kdg. $3.95 SKIRTS 100 c /o nil wool'including some imported wools! .- •Fomier.ly. $10.95 .to $16.50 •••'•••'.'. ' Sale $8.95 .Forrnely $7.95 -to $9.95 ,. Sale $5.95 ' ; Formerly $4.95 to $5.95 Sale $3.95' One Group Wcfeien's- : O?ie Lot, Cool, Meslr • , . . -, i- •, • i1 ^- •• ' ' ' ' Garter Belts Group $8.95 to $10:95 ' .Sale $6.95. Group $12.95 to'.$16.95 Sale $9.95 ';•'• Group $19.50 to $22.50. Sale $12.95 .'. .. Group $25.00 to $29.50 V: Sale $16.95 ; Sizes 11. to 17 — 12'to 20,— '•'.'' .14 1 /; to 2'ii/i; — 38 to 44. SPQRT HANDBAGS ,.20%-Off $12:95 to $16.50' Sale $10.00 $19.50 to $25.00 ..Sale $15.00 l /z Price B REE NEARY BUILDING *Q SPORT ' • ' : -M • '^!¥|!^C^IjfATUck,' ; CQNN: ; "'''''i In Our Men's Department SPORT COATS $12.95 to.$16.50. Values y- Sale $9.95. $19.50 to $25.'00 yalues • ' / "'. Sale $15.95 OTHER SALE FEATURES IN THIS . ...,.• . DEPARTMENT -. . : ..'-..

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