Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on August 31, 1944 · Page 8
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 8

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, August 31, 1944
Page 8
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Page Eight •"•"^••••^ House, Lot.On Nixon Ave. Sold •* ^^_^__ According to n u'lin-niHy deed 'lllcd at the olllcc of Town Clerk •Knymond J. St. John,' a house and .lot on Nixon avenue wast sold to Joshuti and Margaret Fairbank by John F. Nixon. NAUOATUGK DAILY NEWS THURSDAY, AUGUST 31. FREE Phone Us! Waterbury Heating Co. Furmii'r Jii*|ir 3KRVICK No Spring St., Wthy. <l-«478 Russia Is Warning German Satellites (Continued from Pngc 1) NOTICE The Republican Probate Convcn- ,l!on for ihe District of Naugaluck and Beacon fi'alls will bo held in tho Town Hall Building In Beacon Falls, on Sept, 0. .19-1'I, at S o'clock ;P. M., for the purpose of nbminat- .'ing a candidate for the oHlcc of Judge of Probutc, and the transaction of such other business as may properly come before said convention. ANTHONY T/VNGREDI, Chairman, Republican Probate Convention. envoys mooting the Bulgarian peace mission In Cairo should know just where the Russians stand. -Shapiro quotes Soviet press comment as charging that Bulgaria has proclaimed her neutrality only to help the Germans. It's claimed that Bulgaria has sheltered German warships—even scuttled some to keop'them from falling into Allied hands. Shapiro says the Russian papers Insist that Bulgaria collaborate effectively with the Allies in kicking the Germans out of the Balkans—and give up all territory she has grabbed from Greece and Yugoslavia. The Allied terms to Bulgaria are expected to include such measures. At any rate, it's reported that the Cairo meeting' will give the Bulgarians no chance to bargain—only to sign. The Romanian peace talks come as Soviet troops arc breaking into Bucharest to join loyal Romanians who—it's claimed—already control the capital. Campaign Ahead Of Schedule, Gen. Eisenhower Says (By United Vrcm) As the war In Europe ended its (Ifth ycnr today, General Eisenhower, said the campaign to crush Germany is more than -five days ahead of schedule. Eisenhower made his statement to war correspondents as belief grew in olllcinl and semi-official circles in Londnn that the Allies can win the war within the next 35 days Provided they have a fair amount of luck in the weather and on the battlefields. The Allied commander — back from Normandy and Paris — was asked when ho himself thought the war against Germany would end. To that, the general smiled Droad- y and replied that his forecast was made in Algiers before he came .0 England to take over the jn- ,-asion command. At that timo, Eisenhower said Germany coulri bo beaten this year if everyone on the battlefronts 'and 'the hpmefronts'flld his. duty fully,-. ••-•;.'''•;•• ,'•• ' : : . v ' • -In ''.-discussing . battle stratot'j;, GcneLul ^Eisenhower aald that af the Germans draw back towarjt the Reich they^iu'e...bound to try to pull their troops out of Norway, Denmark, Holland- and Belgium • tor a' defense of', their homeland. Elsenhower assured the correspondents that the Allies certainly wilj not auch moves. In other words, the Allies .will muke it as touph as possible for the Nazis to concentrate their. Strength. Eisenhower revealed e that, r.ho Nazis staked 'everything they had in their attempts tohold the Allies in Normandy and began auch (if; forts only .eight days after the in r vasion ... ... ":'• He added:—"Into this olTort the best of everything the Germans possessed — including crnck panzers, paratroopers, grenadiers and suicide . outfits—were thrown*, enabling the Allioa to kill, capture: or wound tho-'llnost fighters ro- muining In-the Wehrmacllt." To;, day General Eisenhower also disclosed that, command of the Allinrf armies in northern France nan been divided. American L^eiitenant GcnerahyOmur Bradley • now had' equal.'rank' with General Sir Boty nard L. Montpomcry * -V Originally. Montgomery commanded all ground forces in northern France. But Eisenhower indl- AT FREEDMAN'S... &ADYFOR CLASSES SCHOOL OPENING SPECIALS IN SPORTSWEAR DEPARTMENT . 100% Wool Helen Harper Sweaters In all colors. ' $3.98 SLIP-ONS and CARDIGANS BRITISH TWEEDSTERS With the full fashioned knit sleeves. In all the new high shades, such as turquoise, cherry, maize, champiigni;, ",ime green, purple, lilac. Cardigans and slip-on styles. . $5.98 to $7.98 JMstillers Will Again Manufacture Alcohol For War The month-lonp, holiday from ar production is ubout over for .America's whiskey makr-cs." ',. Tonight at midr-iint, the nation's distillers go back to manufacturing industrial •• alcohol for .war, afler spending, the 31 days turning out beverage alcohol jto replenish the . nation's liquor, stocks. ,: During the one-month holiday, the' distilleries turned out some- Lwhere between 40 and 50 million trillions of beverage alcohol—equal So several months of normal GUI- PI!!,. •;•-•• •.I The distillers themselves say that this huge production has end- Vcd the shortage in liquor stocks. /And it was accomplished without /disturbing the -war effort, Dr, Walter G. Whilinan, head 'of the W-P-E che.mical bureau, says the one month diversion of ialcohol from war to beverage uses, has not affected the output o!' munitions. catcd than the divided field command ncc.cssai-y once the Allifs broke out of Normandy and mush- romed ea.stAva.rd command was approved last. Janu- Hc said tho plan for a divided ary, five months before the invasion, and had been known to all i concerned since that time. Weather Report New Humpshirc. Vermont, 'siichusctls, .Rhode .Island and Con- nectlcut—ihcraasinff high ploudV ness tonight, and early tomorrow followed by showers tomorrow afternoon. Not quite so'cool tonight, slightly colder tomorrow AT Tl-IJi HIGHLAND GROCERY 92 HIGHLAND AVE. TEL. 4H80 ROCCO RADO, Prop. MIRACLE WALL FINISH COSTS ONLt sO98 2 PER GALLON ROGERS-PEET CLOTHES HAVE | DEFINITE AIM IN A MAN'S CLOTHED LIFE. . ^J It's the ambition of Rogers-Peet i| clothes to carry, out the traditional policy of this organization for the greater part of a century to make men who have arrived —and those on the way up to realize Rogers-Peet clothes are fine clothes to look up to—and live up to. G. C. Murphy Co. LOVIXF. ELECTRIC CO 8 Church Strc« 50c Forhan's TOOTH PASTE 39* MAIL OVERSEAS GIFTS FIRST A SKIRTS Plaids and solid colors. $3.98 to $8.95 JERKIN SETS In solid colors, plaids and stripeo. $10.95 BLOUSE DEPT. FEATURING JOAN KENLEY BLOUSES .$3.98 to $5.98 In classic frilly styles. BETTER BLOUSES Up to 88.95 In a betuitiful array of colors. Slugs 30 to 38. SLACKS I—in .'ill shades of y. nnvy, brown antl $4.98 to $7.98 Mun tailored—in .-ill ahuclcs of corduroy .in flannels—grey. nnvy. brown ami darlt green. BLAZER JACKETS Sizes 12 to 18. with contrasti $3.95 ea. Sizes 12 to 18. All colors with contrasting piping. LOAFER COATS Copies or Dad's or Eoy Friend's in all 'con- trastintr colors. $10.95 M. FREEDMAN CO. NEARY BUILDING NURSING BOTTLES lo glamorize your bnir-«lo II C L .0 T H. E S BASKETS $1.59 METAL PULLEYS 20c NAUGATUCK 156 Church St 21 MAIN ST WATEUBURY 1 So. Main St. 45 W. Main St. WASH BOARDS 69c TEMPLETON'S IEMJ'1-KTON'S COIiAJtR WATERBURY DIAL 4080 (Xo Toll Charge) Safe Antiseptic 23c 47c 79c »] EPSOM SALTS Summer Dance Program! For Friday, Saturday uf Sunday Kveningi ,JOK ROCK and Hi* : KOCK and RYE BOYS . In rolkus and Modern D*i»» Music Sunday Dancing 5 to 9 p. It White Restaurant BRIDGE STREET Member of Connecticut, j Restaurant AShOdatioi j COTTON I Ounco I0c 4 Ouncot 83c 1 Pound 98c BANDAGE 1 Inch by 10 Yards 8c 2 inches by 10 -yards....15c ADHESIVE TAPE 5 Yards by '/i Inch lOc S Yards by 1 Inch 20c S Yards by 2 InchoB 40c BAND-AID Adhesive Bandage . Assorted Sizes....23c 12 Regular Size 10c HOT WATER Bottles 39c WBIS1-KV BATH SALTS Hanna Evart Cold Cream SPECIAL! Largo 14V< Oz'. Jar 39< La Castello SHAMPOO Contains Olive Oil-16 ozs. 1.19 WATER MURINE /or Your EYES SPECIAL OVERSEAS MAILING CARTONS For Overseas Bids! 2 lor 29ej BUYING A NEW HOME? Your Savings Bank Can Help You NAUGATUCK SAVINGS BANK All Deposits Guaranteed QUALITY RUBBER FOOTWEAR Made In Naug-atuck Is Serving: All Over The World UNITED STATES RUBBER CO. Naug-atuck Footwear Plant Naugatuck Conn. NAUGATUCK, CONN Dcoigncd by Lilly DochS. Smartest, newcut "lylo creation. In glorious colors. Does wonders for any hair-do! riNI MISH »5* — 3 for Jl SNOOD MISH 70* —3 for J2 COLGATE DENTAL Ford Charcoal Briquets NOW AVAILABLE We have received the first shipment since the war began of charcoal briquets for civilian consumption. Packed in 20 Ib. bags. Bum twice as long as ordinary lump charcoal. Quick heat in convenient smokeless form. Get a bag- for that picnic before they ; are gone. . • The Naugatuck Fuel Co. 87 Church St. Phone 5236

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