Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on September 13, 1944 · Page 8
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Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 8

Naugatuck, Connecticut
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Wednesday, September 13, 1944
Page 8
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Page Eight NAUGATUCK DAILY NEWS WEDNESDAY. 8EPTEMB1R Buy War Bonds For Victory Japs Say American Drive Has Reached TL ni_*i* • The Philippines (By United ITCsfO Riulio Tokyo snys the growing AiNi-riciin offensive in the centra P:;cii'ic h.-is reached the hcui't of Uui Philippines, ATI unemy broadcast has reported 230 Allied carrier planes struck Ihi; first iiir blow In the central Philippine theater since the Japu- nesu occupation ill 19-12. The raiders—said to be operating I'rom a ti'.slc force In the eastern watL-rs—hammered • the islands of Ccbu and Leytc, .However, there hits been no mention of the operation In Allied dispatches. So far, Pearl Harbor dis- liuichos have only mentioned >at- laclcs on tlifi southernmost tip of the Philippine:* chain. 'J'o the cast, tho Pa I tin Islands I'L'ceivcd a two-day goin^ over in a combined sea tmrl air bomburd- mcMt inflicted by Admiral Halscy'a Third J'acU'ic fleet. Temperature Report A cold, steady rain has been fall? ing on the borough today, and raincoats, umbrellas, rain hats, and rubbers were on display by all th'e good people walking up und down Church street today. Red Hermans was quite comfy and co/.y as the desire to stay in bed overcame the redhead and so ho remained in bed. Red was reading Caesar's Mcmoirs-of the Gallic! Wars, in the original and got as far as Verclngetorix, and quit then and I here -when unable to pronounce the name. We doubt if It a even spelled ^"correctly in the temperature report. ' American 3rd Army Reported In Germany ' (Continued from Page 1) Midnight 3 a. m. . 15 a, m, . 9 a. m. . Noon .., 1 p. m. . t!3 Gl 153 67 G7 07 O— Weather Report -o o-— v ;v M. FREEDMAN CO. IT JlHANKS A GIVING ME THE TIP ONE MAN TELLS ANOTHER ABOUT THE SUPERIORITY OF CUPPER CRAFT All • wool Suits • Smart Coats *30 *35 *32 50 Xn|, only tml.'iy, lnil every <l;iy yuu \vi-ar il, yi.n'll say "thanks" In tin- friend win. -avc y..u tin- tip in buy a ('I/I I I'lM (.WAFT suit. . . . lircjtiisi/ I In- Icng'cr yen u-t,-ar it. I In,- better ynn'll like ils liislinx 1 yniiil liinks ami tliij iVd i.-l' its i'iin 1 , all-wnol fabrics. Am! tilt? ivaM.i.1 why \\v can .u'ivi.- ymi Midi sii|».-rb i|ii;ilit,v I'nr sni'li li>w prices. NVi'll. il's simply liL-cansi.- we'ru I.IH.- of l.liu 75-'j k'a<lin-sl(.|-cs i-iiMst In CU.-IM jnim',1 in [In- "-real CUPI'KK C'N'AFT PI,AX \vliirli raises lln- ijiialiiy ami lowers the- pi'iuc to you. See t'ur vuiirsi.'H'. M. FREEDMAN CO. (MEN and BOYS' SHOP) Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island—Cloudy with intermittent rain occasionally heavy tonight and tomorrow. No important temperature changes. Koport On Hurricane Boston, Sept. 13—(UP)—The weather bureau says it's too early to speculate whether New England will be affected by hurricane winds now moving northwestward from Florida. |l . j ...,. Chief Meteorologist G. Harold 1 Noycs said the hurricane has been placed about 380 miles east of Zero Beach, Florida. Noycs said th'c storm is moving northwestwArct with'a gradual turn to more northward at the rate of 10 miles an: hour. FallOfLomza To The Russians man' border. • • And on the Atlantic channel c'oa : sf a' German communique indicates that the fall of Brest may not be far awny. The enemy wnr bulle- -tln 'tells- of fierce fighting in the main' ; battle area of the port, whereas earlier this week the Americana were fighting in the city's outskirts. The fall of Le Hu.vro netted the British- moro than 7,000 prisoners, but 'ha'rd fighting continues for the other channel ports still held by the Germans, In central France— , French troops of the Seventh Army now ni ; e solidly joined with the American Third Army, arid the German position in western and southern France has become hopeless. More than 1,000 American heavy bombers ranged over southern, central and western Germany today, striking at synthetic oil plants nnd other, war vital, targets. The Flying Forts and Liberators—accompanied by about 500 fighters —struck at . synthetic oil plants near Leipzig, another just southwest of Stuttgart, an airfield north- cast of Stuttgart, an armored truck, plant at Ulm and an oil storage I depot .near Ulm. The weather was good. Hundreds of fighters and fighter bombers maintained their systematic assault against the Siegfried line. Allied headquarters say the .Siegfried fortifications and supporting bases are being hit by six .tons 'Of bombs, a minute. Last niRht RAF heavy bombers •blasted the German Industrial cities of Frankfurt and Stuttgart, Official Impressed By Architect's Work (Continued from Page I) It was learned today that Fire Marshal Hickcy was much impressed by Mr. Mocckcl's work, his understanding of the situation 03 it pertains to the Town Ha) building, and the completeness o his investigation into all matter relating to the safety of the struc re. In view of this attitude scmi-off j cm] assurance was given to The News today, that in all probabili ty Fire Hickcy will en tircly approve of Mr. Moecltcl's in lerprctation of the changes the •stale official has ordered in con ncction with public safety in the Town Hall, and that immediate luotations on the cost of the hunge.s can be sought. It is expected, 'that in view of the speed with which matters relating to public safety in the Town Hall building arc now proceeding, that a definite decision in the situation can be looked ton before many days have passed. I It. Franklin Bristol Is Home On Leave (Continued from Page 1) ROGERS-FEET CLOTHES ARE HAND] PICKED, HAND DONE AND HANDf STYLED IN THE NEW YORK MAN. NER. • . ; ; : They're clothes for that man who .» •-' is clothes conscious enough to ... realize that many of life's bat- ties are won on first impressions" and appearances—together with the ability to measure up to your Rogers-Peet clothes — a . good clothes habit to acquire— $55 to $95. raiders were over Aii- Ministry says (Continued from Pago 11 till. General Bor—lender of the Polish underground forces—says the Russians arc on, the offensive nround Praga—Warsaw's eastern suburb. The partisrm leader says So let air attacks forced tho Gcr- ( rmn evacuation of Praga. Reports from Budapest say Romanian armored forces already have sm/ishcd through the Hun- fcaium frontier and are only 100 miles from Hungary's capital city. A Russian army has crossed tjfo hist mountain barrier in western Transylvania, and now is about SO miies from Ihe Hungarian border. Ar.olhor Soviet force is pushing toward Hungary from central Romania in a drive for Cluj—the capital of Hungarian - occupied Transylvania. . . .; nj'Jl And while Romania wages war nnd Mosquito Berlin. The British RAF bombors almost completely devastated all of Darmstadt in an attack on that German city night before last night. In Italy— The American Fifth Army is nt the outskirts of the west coast port of Viaregfri.'i in new ndvanc'vs the "combat fatigue" that aviators usually experience after-many missions. He completed his 00th mission July 13, four <3nys before second wedding anniversary. Before returning to N.iugatuck, Lt, Bristol stopped at Houghton. N-. Y., where his wife, the former Barbara Crank, and his baby daughter, Carolyn, whom he had not seen until his arrival there, arc living. Mrs, arc also at home at the present. The navigator entered the service "in December, 39-12 after leaving Westminster Choir college in Princeton, N. J. He was shipped overseas January Rccordfil Courteous Service in the Gothic line sector. The Gcr- rivud in French West mans * have renewed their uncc to the Yank advance. American Legion Calls Meeting , (Continued from Pane J) be after the war is over and Nau- t'atur.b's servicemen have ail returned to'their homes. One suggestion-of Uie Lngior.aircs in connection with th^ celebration, providing the news of the victory comes at a time when it. is possible t.o carry out the plans, would be two parados headed by bands, against the Axis — Moscow an- j through the Union City and Nau- nouncos that tho Bucharest gov crnmcnt has signed an armislicc with the three big Allied powers. Tho Russian announcement says the agreement W;LS signed on Tuca- day Several now precedents were cs-- tiiblished with the signing of the l : :omanian armistice. I-'jr one Ihing it is the first time that the United States, Britain und Russia have gatuck sections of the borough, meeting on North Main street and marching 10 Linden park 'where local clergymen would offer pray- C'.-H. of thanksgiving on the event. Music and dancing would follow ns'part of the observance. Commander Lewis sisks as many representatives of industry and :other groups here, as possible, be on hand Frjday in order that TEMPLETON'S BUY WAR BONTJS AND STAMPS ETON'S CORNER ATERBUBY LOVJNK ELECTRIC CO. 8 Church Street resist- later was sent to Italy, from where ho made his fifty flights. Summer Dance Program! For Friday, Saturday and Sunday livening, JOE ROCK and III* ROCK and RYE BOYS In 1'olkas and Modern Dance MuNic Sunday Dancing 5 to 9 P. M. White EagU Restaurant BRIDGE STREET Member of Connecticut i Restaurant Association ( Uuv jointly formulaled a treaty of sur-] definite plans for the event may forward, and the public informed as tf just' what course of aclion render. When Italy capitulated, only the United Stales and Britain worked out the terms of iirmis- to take when the groat day arrives ce and Moscow was advised of I — ——— I lip negotiations. The Romanian treaty was made more unique by the fact that it was sicncd for the Allies by a military louder rather than a governmental official. General Malinovsky—commander of Russia's I.bird Ukrainian army — signed for the Allied powers. 1'ROBATION OFFICER New Haven, Sept. Funeral services wil .13—(U P) — be h o 1 d Thursday for Mrs. Margaret Billings— city court probation and domoslic relations officer f-irmany years. Mrs. Billings died Tuesday at the age of G-I. Room Open Daily For LUNCHEON And DINNER DANCING Wednesday — and — Saturday Evenings Only After 9 P. M. BUYING A NEW HOME? Your Savings Bank Can Help You NAUGATUCK SAVINGS BANK All Deposits Guaranteed M. FREEDMAN CO. Look At These Small But Mighty Best Sellers! are the h,-its that you keep asking fnr! They.'re the styles Wi> have round most popular with you, and now we've brought them for you in fine felts; rayons, velvets, and all the fall colors. Choose a sequin studded calot, bumpers and pomps bec'ccked with bows nnd flowers . . . you'll love 'em a.ll! QUALITY RUBBER FOOTWEAR Made In Naugatuck Is Serving AH Over The World UNITED STATES RUBBER CO. Naugratuck Footwear Plant Naug-atuck Conn. LAWNS 111,: hot. dry weather has ruined many of XaupntucH's bca,.i,r u j j,, wns . Bcforc Ulc fall rains >cl , n a wmild help to apply :l pcncroiis amount of Driconurc. Thi? i» peat, moss and cow manurc-trcaicd to remove weed seeds. This j» :ul cxcc ,, cnl fcrtili!5Cr and d condi . tioncr for new and old lawns. We Il;ivc Plenty In Stock. — Also — Turn in your fuel oil coupons and have your • = tank filled now—this is important. The Naugatuck Fuel Co. 87 Church St. Phone 5236

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