TUESPAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1944 "" NAUGATUOK DAEuT t .. uwa&um HIS seems to be doing all right. On June 6th, this young fellow tackled the biggest, tougbesf, most audacious military venture of all time—and he's pulling it off. But how's our invasion going? We've got one on our hands—just as much as any soldier. Don't think for a minute that every one of us here hasn't a personal share in the tremendous job of breaking into Hitler's "For- tressEurope"andbatteringdowntheWehrmaeht. There's not much glory goes with our part of the job. Not much pain or danger, either. Our part is to pay—to pay with cash instead of blood. Our part is to buy War Bonds. But if you have the idea that our part isn't important—that the little bit that you personally can do—that the Bonds you buy don't really matter very much—get it out of your head. The supreme military effort of the war must be matched by a supreme financial effort here. That means every man. and woman in this country has got to put more money into Bonds— oftener—than ever before in this whole conflict! Make no mistake—we've got to get that money up, now.' If you want to know how the Invasion's going don't expect to get the whole story from your paper. Look at your own, Bond buying—for a .big part of the answer! • And here are 5 more reasons for buying Exfr a War Bonds! I. War Bonds are the be*t, the safest invest• mcnt in the world I . 2* War Bonds return .you $4 for every $3 In 10 years: 3. War Bonds help keep prices down; 4. War Bonds will help win the Peace by increasing purchasing power after the War. 5. War Bonds mean education for your children;, security for you, funds for retirement; Buy your Invasion Bonds today U. S. RUBBER CO. (Fcctwear Division) PETER PAUL, Inc. W. J. MEG1N, Inc. - SPONSORED BY — NAUGATUCK CHEMICAL Division of U.S. Rubber Co. THE BRISTOL COMPANY J. M. RUSSELL MFG. CO., Inc. NAUGATUCK LUMBER CO. t NAUGATUCK SAVINGS BANK NAUGATUCK WATER CO. .;-'.
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