The Stars and Stripes – London 1944 01 20 (PDF)


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Vol. 4 No. 67 – Thursday, January 20, 1944
Articles’ Headlines: … Enemy Line Split Open at Leningrad – Russians’ Break Through On 35-Mi. Front; Little Change in Ukraine ….. Aid to Reds $338,000,000 In One Month, U.S. Reveals ….. 50% More Combat Planes To Be Made in U.S. In ’44 ….. A Flying Sieve, It Just Wouldn’t Sink – Fort Hedgehops Nazi Towns To Escape Pursuers Bullets ….. Blockades Seen For Pacific Isles – U.S. Naval Chief Declares Allies Have a Surprise In Store for Japs ….. Troops Bitter, Resent Lackadaisical Home Front, Stimson Says – He Urges Congress To Enact Bill for Total Service ….. Plan Joint Blows On Reich, Japan – Parleys With Allied Chiefs In- Europe and Pacific Revealed by FDR ….. RAF Yank, African Ace, Is Killed in Plane Crash ….. New Troops Advance On New Britain Beach ….. Guard Invasion Secrets, OWI Warns Press, Radio ….. Congressmen Asked to Bar Axis from Air for 50 Years ….. ‘Buzzer’ of Series Hears LaGuardia’s ‘Pardon’ Via Radio ( 2/Lt Jack Watson ) ….. ‘Hang On’ Is Nazi Anthem Now Hitler on the Ropes, But He’s Striving Still for a Draw / By Edward Shanke ….. Cassino Periled On Two Sides By New Drives – British Thrust On After Crossing Garagliano; French Move South ….. Hubby Breaks Up Housekeeping and Furniture to Boot ….. War Bonds May Be Sent Home Through the Pxs ….. Hit 1,300 Times, Still Can Shell Out a Smile ( Coast Guardsman Charles Giamonna ) ….. Error: Sinatra Didn’t Buy a Set of Muscles ….. 4-Year War Yet On Japs Is Seen – Reporter Says Allies Still Have to Reach Outer Rim Of Enemy Defenses ….. Tardy Draftees Register Here ….. Say Nazis Admit Big Raid Blow ….. Pictures of GIs’ Wives to Be Feature of New ARC Contest ….. CIO Says It Will Attend Union Meeting in London ….. Army Returns Rail Control to Private Reins- Stimson Acts After FDR Reveals Agreement With Non-Operating Unions ….. A Male Ann Corio Stages a Strip Act, Barely Beats Cops …………….. Feature Section ( Insert ) ….. The Man Who ‘Hit’ Em For Six’- Britain’s fabulous ‘Monty’ tells how the tankers are fighting ‘beside’ the tanks to bring about total victory / By Don Hewitt ( In an exclusive interview with Stars and Stripes’ maritime correspondent, General Sir Bernard Montgomery gives merchant seamen much of the credit for the success of the Allied campaigns ) ….. G.I. Jane takes her place beside G.I. Joe Here is a word-and-picture story of a day’s work in the life of a typical group of WACs serving in the ETO ….. ‘Tugboat Annie’ Sails Again / By Lt. D. Wilson MacArthur ….. Highlights of Army Talks