Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on September 7, 1944 · Page 5
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 5

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Thursday, September 7, 1944
Page 5
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THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1944 ^ *n* I »'.n «n | til 'if» «M Me. ord "flu >u? Gov. Dewey Will Formally JJpen His Campaign Tonight C.ovi-rnor Dowcry i.i off on hist campaign" trip. '{'tic Kc'publlean presidential nom- iin't' left today for a t>700-inilc trek — will! .itop.M to be nuidc In ten|tcs. He formally opens Ills campaign tnnijiht with a speech in Phlla- ('.•IphiiiV Convention hall, Duwoy m schrilulrd to deliver ton other ninf."' uildrcssos before ruturiiini; to Allwiny on Sept. 28lh. On [he I'vr of his di'par'.iirc, the pivi't-nor c-onfcrrod with John fos- t,M- liulle.i. his adviser on foreign nffulrs. and National Chairman i HiThi'i't Brownoll. .Desvcy told a | ni'ws conference nl'ter the niuiit- I Inc that he felt progress was bc- inj; iniiile toward non - partisan AniiM'ican particlpatkm in un in- trrnuriiiniil vfptinixution for world peace. O- World War A Year Ago September 7,1943^ (By United J'rcss) Gen. George C. Marshall, in biennial report us Chief of Staff ot the U. S. Army, nsnorUT that "the end is not yet clearly in sigtft, but victory, is certain '.- . .'undue sacrifices of the lives of our men" will be avoided. ••> In the Pacific, Allied troops American Marines Shelled Heavily In Saipan Invasion make substantial nt fcac while our aerial assault turns Jap- nnosc Inner fortifications into fliimins- ruins. Secretary of State Coi-dcll Hull rejects Argentina's request for lencl-lease arms. . . In Russia, Soviet troops seize more than 300 villapcs; Moscow announces the Germans have lost 1,5CO,000 men 0120,000 killed) from July E to Sept. D. -la southern Italy. Allied troops cnplure Palml and drive inland to seize Dclinnova. cNT.KIIHrT.10N rJiwtun, Sept.' 7 — (UP) —City iiflU-ial.* say that there is one un- M-i-lronir contrihutlon bt'infr tiiudc to Midi-walk waste pupcr tiulvaxc tiins That's lighted cigarette butts —which have set some of the bip hnxi'.t allre. ' ' . SOUGHT BY 1'OLIC.K Plttsiluld, Mass., Sept. 7—(UP)'— Two younj; women are being sought by Fittsflcld police. Authorities said that Mrs. Daphne Mar- shall—21-yoars-old — was reported to have been missing from her homo since August 19th. Odlcials also are seeking 16-ycnr-old Irene Placlda,'who disappeared last Sat- tirdfiv. SPECIALS!! S 2.99 S 3.69 GODDARD'S PORTO RICAN RUM ' 4-5th—Ceiling Price S4.28—NOW .. DISTILLED GIN—4-5th— Ceiling- Price S4.15—NOW WHISKEY! Fleischmann's — Schenley Reserve Canadian Club — Calvcrt Special — Seagram's 7 Crown Seagram's 5 Crown — Seagram's V. 0. —- Calvert Reserve <By Sergeant- Jtwopli . V. Doiin- IIIIP, -of 51*' Chorry ..Street, Nauirn- tueJi,. Conn., n Marine CurpH Cuin- bat Cdrrcspundcnt, 'formerly of tl>o NiiUKiituck NCWN.) . Somewhere in -the Pncific^—(De- laye'd) —Pinned to n fox hole by Jap .sniper .fire, Marine Private First Class Howard A. Janus, 19, of R.- D..N6. 1, Long Vnllcy; N, J., didn't sco'much of Saipan in the 26 hours he.spent there after po- ing in with the first assault wave, Wounded In the right leg during the bitter opening day of fighting, Private First Class Janas has been awarded .thp Order, of Lhc Purple Heart at this advanced base, .A rlflcmuh with a unit of the Second Marine Division, Private First Class Junas. said he didn't sec many Japs. "They were In the hills, and'they shelled hell out of us,", ho .'asserted. ... "None of them -landed any closer than If, yards'of us, .but that was close enough. I/was about 500 yards In .from -the beach,'in u fox hole with my,platoon sergeant and a corporal. - A «nipcr<had accounted for a few fellows near ua and we were .keeping down. "All of a sudden .there was a bang, and-I was : hit, in the leg." Hospitalized six weeks, Private First Class .Janas' said he was "looking forward to getting back with the boys; I miss, them." ' Before, enlisting in .the Marine Corps November 10, 39-13, Private First Class Ja'nas was employed as a farmhand by Richard F. Cox, Long Valley. His mother, Mrs. Charles Perrine Jives al Long Vu)ley. ' • • . Better Grades Of Beef Steaks Are Predicted Harry's Liquor Shop 23 South Main Street Pop's Liquor Store 24 Church Street Washington, -Sept. 7—(UP)—Informed '- Washington, 1 sources predict better grades of beef steaks, i:o!i.sts, ; hams'\inil' pork -'loins will -join •Uie'gi'qwin'g'.llyt.'pf .'urirationed foods .by thc/on<lvof th"c '-year.' • ••..They 'also "forecast.. ,lhe''c'a'rly ad- •ditio'n-.of i.-canh'e'dM-omatd'cs"• to the point-free foods. *'.•• - .. •'' ' '• Some -government' •' food officials . expect '-.steaks ; nnd"roasts of -;tho -commercial 'grades of'beef to come off rationing .by .Oct. Jst This, would:-leave only-steaks and roasts of .doublc^A and .A • quality —which.'go to -the _nrmcd forces— still. LCCJairing, ration.'.points. 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