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TAOB »—NA17OATUCK NEWS (CONN.), MON1JAY, AUG. 12, 1MB DREW PEARSON ; ON * . • ' • ••• • * WASHINGTON MERRY-GO-ROUND Jap Photos Jiist Released Show Horrors of l&asaki 20 Hours AJPtejjJ-Bdml jit '' * ' ' Drew Pearson Says: Vienna Js Dispirited Broken; How Long: Will Endless Circle Of War Continue?; Diplomats Should Realize That Improving The Lot Of Their Fellow Men Is The Only Road To Peace (Not<i: I»rew J'onrnon'H column toduy takes the form of u letter written from witr-torn Auntrlu to MH (Inlightor In tlio United Stnto.*.) Vienna.*— My dear dauyhlor: I Jim in the old and oucu-beautiftil city of Vienna, and jo i rf,' lien; makes me. IVi-l did mysoH' — and reminiscent. Tliia WJS once tho#ayesl tmd most I'rivolous capital in I lie; world. Your ^randt'atlioi', (,'ount (iix.ycki, livod hero i'or a time and wliori Jio died ho ruquestcd in his wilt that he lie buried in his red limiting junket. That perhaps, was symbolic of those care-True, ni'vor-to-bu-furg'otlen days ol' the jfapsburgs wlion a privileged l'e\v rode to hounds, danced in great castles along 1 tho Danube, and enjoyed life at the expense of the uiidorprivili-Kinl thousands, Vienna hold* mnny momorlon for ,-nc. I wn* flrnt hci'o In 1020, xhortly ,iftor the liiHt wnr when the city */a« holiiK looted by tho Itnllnns but wan still relatively jrny. Thp Vlrn nw* unf-mect able to umllo, tho Civfn* were crowded, tho opoi'ii \v«s> In full swing and I hrul n mai-vnl- oil* time, I ovon foil In lovo with un American lady whose nnmc f, cannot now romembor. Ttmt rccilly jmown I ntn ffolllnff old. Thnn t on mo buck In 1022, whon J wan n younK new»pnpormnn and you had not entered my llfo. Vlonnix w«s Mtllt hungry but still fuli-ly flny find I remember Blttlnp In a cafn, ll,'il(inln« to n forty-plner- or- ohriitra play "Yfiii, wo havo no banana.*." Thnt sonj; tlntnn tho trip, I WIIH then InlorvlowInK KtU'Opo'ii twelve fircnlcst mon. Personally t didn't thfnk that nornr- or thorn worn go gecnt —«uch n« MusMOllnl-- Some HAMILTON Watches Have Arrived! Not mixny — but nomo. K a o « ft li In hnld fxtli n promlna ot moro on tho vrny, 1C you've been /or ft Hnmiltun— it bo horo now, They're moro boiuiti- fill thnn ovor find «« flno n.i only It/unilton con mdko thfitn. PIERPONT'S inn hut It wivs an assignment nnd my cdltora thought differently, Anywuy, In Vienna I Interviewed President HnlniHc.h iind Chancellor So.lpol, the latter being very busy and not nt all anxious to see me. President Halnlnch was moro gracious hut I .remember getting loat'in a maze of corridors lending to hi« oftlce and being out of breath and afraid that [ would bo terribly Into. That was 23 yoar.i ago. Since then another war has intervened, another defeat for Austria another post-war period whon her people must begin to rebuild tho ruins of their shattered liven. Today, -Vienna IB -like a onco beoutlful woman, broken, tired, pathetic tlhabjsfhodly peddling hor virtue In thn street. Thn once magnificent opera house v/herr, twenty yews ago, I heard Jcrlt/a sing. Is now a shambles. Its walls still stand but bombs have ruined Its Interior. The once gay boulevards are heaped with rubble nn.t! the peopln who move along tlicm svalk MS !f they didn't really can. 1 whothor they over reached thole do.stlnutlon.i. Today [ Ciillod on the President of Austria and the Chancellor, Trie old President and Chancellor whom I Interviewed In 1023 are dead, New mon have taken their places—new mon facing tho aami: problomo. Today. Instead of cooling my heels to nou (hem they waited to woe mo, I wan Uuo. There h«rl boon a mlsutulc-vxtanrling about the Urn of my appointments but they wait cd for me. They were pathctlcallj glad tri t;iik to someone who woul listen to the plight of (Vustrla, Chancellor Figl l.s a tough llttl poa.iant, determined to get tho Rus Hlan« out of hl» country and hi pays great tribute to Gen, Marl CM.'ii-k, the American Commando horo for not lotting the Russians oiHMufr him, Pi-CMldcnf. Renncr if an old-fashioned Socialist beard anc all, tho typo which thrj Communixts huve been humping off In T-Julgarla nnd Germany. Probably they would have got i-ld of him also If Genera Clark wasn't even tougher than the Atonilc ruin is shown in these photos mode by a before our observers Rot in. Above, body 'lies :in -.cart yr crcte highway split by bomb; right, rnunleipnKpfflcer checks; Reconversion Chief And New Aide . Woman air warden stands near burped body. Flash burns caused third of dcathi: radiation, a fifth. HEALTH ALL FOR This was Nagasaki's main street 20 hours after blast. First official U. S. damage report, made public last-month, concluded that most of our cities could not stand up to atomic bomb much better than Nagasaki. Red Cross worker treats burn case on spot. Almost every-living thing within 2 miles of burst died. Buckmiller Funeral Home 22 PARK PLACE Telephone 4334 Fitzgerald Funeral Home 320 NORTH MAIN ST. Telephone 4187 General Clark Incidentally, has born doln;; n fine job and It's too had nil thai Ti.-.xa.i furore over tho Rapldo Rlvor battling should havo her-n rained, U mnkea tho fiuxsian.x think ho (\nr-xn't have tho support of hl.M Cfovprnm^nt. T am back nt my typewriter in tho drlHtol Hotel—tho «nmo liotol whrrn,I Mi.-i.yntl 2,t yonr.M nfco and am lonklnK out uL tho crowded alt-cot mini, thn hnmlir.d rocfs and (he un- hnpy people, i have beer, thlnldni; ubniit war, Twlcn In my lifetime Austria ban bnnn clofnntRil In wnr—hlttorly dnfoatcd. Why l.s It, then, that they iiamo back fnr more'.' I don't lupponn If you asked one of the '.vrnU-hoii In the iitroct belnw, hn "Wild admit that Austrln cv«r ild KO to war apaln. Yet somehow or othor wnr [Harts- I am imro tho firent mnjorlty of .hn Austrian people had no doali-p tn KO to war with Serbia when tholr archduke was shot ftt Sara- jevo In 10M. But the Hnpsbui'Es decreed \Vi\r nnd so war was waged —four lorij,' and terrible yenrs of it lenvlnfc' Austria in bitter misery. I nm sure nlso that very few of the AuHtrlnn people could have ald anything which would have "torrccl Hitler when he draprped them into their second wur, this ji\c oven more terrible than the f.'rst. They were helpless. Sitting here, lookinp out at this forlorn city, I can't help but wonder how lonfi- this endless circle of wnr will .Tnrulnuc. The only answer I can think of is thai when the people who do the fighting'and the dying are able to make the decision regarding war, then there will be no more war. As long as there are Hitlers or Hapsburgs or Cz;i:'.-i or little groups of men who can order people into tmule regardless of theU 1 wishes, then just thnt long there will be war. Last year I had hoped thnt the day had come when dictators ceased :o have 1 life-nncl-dea'th power over natlonw. But now we see two or three men sittir.fr in Moscow who, almost with a wave of the hand, can lake the Russian people into war. I am sure the Russian soldier walking the streets of Vienna has absolutely no desire for war, But somtt dny he may find himself shooting at his former allies, simply because he doc* not control y>c decision of his leaders. Thnt is why I have been so discouraged about the Paris Peace Conference where the diplomats don't seem to realize that improving thn lot of our fcilowmen rather thtin old-fiishloned diplomacy Is the only road to peace, Plea.sn forgive this reminiscinp. I got to thinking about these things as I sat here looking out the window at the dispirited people and at tho apartment house across the street. One end is blown away but families are living in tho rest of it. There are [jotted plnnt.t In sjonu- of the windows, however, and whore there arc flowers there Is always hope. Please take care of my favorite son-in-law, L.OVC. Your father, (Copyright, 1940, by The Bell Syndicate, Inc.) Participate In Track Meet Peter J. Foloy will take a Nau- (T.'ituck toam to Municipal Stadium, YVatcrbury. this afternoon to compete in the first annual Nauga-tuck Valley Playground track and TROOP IS field championships. Teams from Tro op 15, of the local BoyScouts Waterbury, Lltchficld, Tornngton, had thcir s Cconl ] mecUn'g recently, Watortown and Tcrryvillc will also i ^ IjCKi0n Flc!d wi , t i, the main top- take part. Wife Visits Noxon of ' discussion being Scout festival in December and a fall camporec, after which the- Scouts pitched in rit clearing the brush from the club field. Scott Conovcr and John Hancock received the first aid merit badges u '.lie recent meeting of the Boy Scout board of review while Carl Eorf.; received his carpentry and .phdloprraphy merit badges. Scott Conovcr was also awarded a merit badfi'e for bookkeeping. Chester Prey will attend the Senior Scout canoe and hiking- trip being conducted by the Mat- tatuck Council at' Lake Candlewood, during the nc»t ..two weeks. Robbery By Three Gunmen In Boston Boston. AUK. 32—(UP)—Three men have held up tho owners of the.B. and M- Auto Sales company in Roxbury :;.nd escaped with about "17." The i-ohhnrs,' who wore handkerchiefs for masks, bound and gapped Samuel Jacobs and Maurice Rodman. One of them look Jacobs' j wallet containing ,$nfl. Sales Manager Harry Davi« entered minutes Inter nnd was forced to open an empty cash register. A thief took $5 from him. Davis said the trio fled in an automobile hidden behind the plant. MACKliSl-JY APJ'OfNTI'JU President Henry M, Wriston of Bi-ou-n -innounccd last nifrhL the appointment of •'Paul F. Mackc-acy 32 of Lynn, MaHiiachusotts, as As-- Dcl.'ito Director of Athlclics. Mac- onoy will asantnc hift duties ncxi Octobnr nnd will ».vork with the resent Director of Athletics. Dr. •Valtor H. Sncll, nnLil January 1, !M7 when he will hucome niroctor. U th.it time Dr. Snoll will ha i-e- llcvnd of the doublft biirilen which hr- has cnrrlod during,' tho \vni- yerir:. and will ho able to rtevoto his full lime to his duties as Stuphrn T. Olniij- ProtcfNor of P-otuny and Chalrn-uu-. of the VISIBLY HAPT*y, Mrs.' John T. Noxon, Jr., smile.-i in Stnt.e Prison, Charlcstoivn, MUMS., us shcs wiiltH to visit her husbanrt. Scheduled to <11o In the electric cliislr sifter Inivl7iff brun convicted 'ft, kllllns his slx-nionth.s-old Kon. Noxon's snntr.nco Wiis commuted to life a few days Leave Pay Bill Signed C.H. GREEN FUNERAL HOME 62 Oak Street Telephone 4843 FLOWERS Vot All FLOWKUH TKI.KOUAVHK1) MELBOURNE'S TLOWER SHOP ; J30 KPBBEn A VKNtTB '^^^gjtjjjIK B2W CANNING CASJi CONTINUED Joseph Specht. 100 City Hill street, choi-Rcd with breach of peace, appeared in borough court of diarrhea an'd' follo"w" his°iadvicc cxnct!y. TB after 40 Summer Complaint Mothers are inclined to dread baby's second summer because of the disease commonly called "summer complaint," Summer complaint, or infant diarrhea, is most apt to attack children • between one and two years of -ag-c and it Is peculiar to hot weather. It is very serious and an- Tiuany - costs the livce of many young children, •• 'The disease makes the baby's bowels ntovo frequently and it may causC vomiting. It is often accompanied by pain nnd fever. One of several things may cause infant diarrhea- Probably the most frequent cause is impure milk or water, or spoiled food. The child has greater difficulty in digesting food in hot weather and if he eats anything which is even slightly tainted it may create ,a poison which his system attempts to throw off and diarrhea rcsul'te. Nature should be assisted, not hampered, in the effort to get rid of thp poison. This means that the child should not be given any food at all during the a-ttack. Only water, which has been previously boiled, should be given him. Food, including milk, may cause a further upset and must be withheld. Of course, great care should be exercised at all times to protect the child's food and milk from contamination. It is particularly important, however, to be on the alert in 1 the summer when food is more apt to spoil than in cool weather. Since milk is often the cause of summer complaint, -the mother should be very careful to give- the child only milk which is free from al! harmful bacteria. The safest thing, after the child is weaned, is to use pasteurized milk. rf this cannot be obtained, then the mother should boil the milk herself and permit it to cool in containers which have been thoroughly cleansed and sterilized. Food spoilage csn usually be prevented if cooked food is properly stored in the refrigerator. If adequate refrigeration is not available, food should be prepared in small quantities, sufficient to meet immediate no.cds only. All food should be protected from flies and other insects. Utensils and dishes in which the baby's food is prepared and served should be absolutely clean. The mother should wash her hands carefully before preparing food and feeding the jaby. Summer complaint may clear up in 21 hours if the baby has prop- ui- care, -xhe safest policy is to consult the doctor at the first signs Director--of- the Office, of-Mobilization and Keconverxion, John E ' Stoelrm*ni'(rifi-ht) Is shown-iu-s he conferred with his new'a»soci»lfc Fcdcrnl Judpe John Collet, In the executive office* of the White Home .In \Vnshln)fton. They discussed rcors;an!7-ition plans for the OWMR arid Office of Kconornic StabKluitlon. (International Soundphoto) Show Of Stars Coming To Poll Now playing n.1 the Loew-Poli is the gay Technicolor musical, Centennial. Summer" with Jerome. Kern's music and starring Teannc Grain. Cornel Wilde. Unda Darnell, William Eythc, Constance Bennett, Walter Brennan nnd Dorothy Gish. Also on same program •< the mvst^ry, "Deadline for Murder" with Paul Kelly, Kent Taylor and Shlcla Ryan. Starting Wednesday is Bernard Shaw's "Caesar and Cleopatra," starring Vivien Leigh (of "Gone With the Wind" fame) and Claude Rajns in a spectacular' film of one of- history's famous love affairs. Almost from the time the motion nicturc industry had its inception, tbe legend grew that the great works of Shaw would never reach the scre'en, Never, that is, until Shaw died and his works passed into the public domain: until Shaw no longer was present to jab his satirical .pen and his artistic hand into the mechanics of cinema production. But legend died when Shaw met Pascal. The first results of this meeting were two outstanding -film successes: "Pygmalion" in 1938, which starred Leslie Howard and Wendy Killer, and "Major Barbara" in 1941. "Caesar and Cleopatra" is the third and by far the most pretentious of the Shaw-Pascal productions. It was produced in- England and Egypt at a cost of over S6.000.000. Heading Pascal's star cast is Vivien Leigh. as the youthful Queen Cleopatra. Mi?s Leigh, in private life, Mrs- Laurence Olivier, unquestionably wil! make a bid for further Academy laurels in 1846 with this vehicle. Co-siarred with Miss Leigh, as Cnesar. i.<= Claude Rains, long considered one of the screen's outstanding character actors. Pascal, •••ho <:onsidov<!d Rains til" perfect Caesar as Shaw depicted him — ..jie portrayal of a "whimsical but vain man ont/lnn'-ting the ram- parts of middle ,igc." Other members of the supporting cast w«n known in America are Flora Robson and Rasil Sydney. | Also on same program is th« j famous novel, "The French Key," brought to the scrccr. starring Albort Docker and Evelyn Aakers, |A fast moving story. WESTERN HIT AT THE STRAND i,- Utah, citizens are proud of the fact that 45 movies In.the last 20 years have been made in their little community. On -(.he door of one cottage, the owner put up a plaque: "Here slept Linda Darnell, Dcanna Durbin, Maureen O'Hnra. Mar:a Monies:." When Fred MacMuri-ny arrived in Kanab with a 20th Century Fox company to make -the Technicolor film version of Will Jrurias' "Smoky," he was assigned the cottage, but after reading the plaque, refused to move in. "How would my nnmc look nl the bottom of that list?" he said, "People would think J was a polyfi-amist." Fred switched cabins wiUi Anne Baxter who is his feminine lent! in the film and now at the Strand •theater. Burl Ivcs. famed American troubadour, heads the outstanding cast in the picture. About 2.000 different plants yield fibers useful to man. Peter Paul Inc. NAUGATUCK, CONN. \.. . . Manufacturei;$ of Nation's Largest Selling CANDIES AND CHEWING GUMS" this morning- and his case was continued until Aug. 2-1. Judge Martin L. Caine "presided. In the next article, i will be discussed. SWIM AT QUASSY BEACH LAKE C,R,,VI,. I-.MHHI-K linn l»ln-i-t In n-nrh (JLEANRST Sl'OT IX Till; ST.'*. I>l|>I>ln(- his pmi Into nn inkwell, Pre-xlJlrnt Ti-utmuv jjctt* reiid'y to Hlffi a bill iiiithorlzlng imynibnt'ojf iilmo.st'Uvo.iind a half billion flollnr» In Gl t<jri>iln»l lunVf piiy. ,Th« Chief Executives is oxjx-cted to ;Vct Ho'oii on n »np«iruto hill niithorMlnft.thn funds. ],ookln»c on is R C1 ,; xttlth Nourse Kopcrw (K-Mtt.i«.) who autiioroA 1 it hill to provide amputees with »pe- cltillj-oqulpp^il nntos. The mensurc nlBnod'hy the President provided $30,000,000 for .the purchiisc of mien cars. (Ihtcirnntl'uiial.Souhdiiliuto) l A R S CAPS, LIDS & RUBBERS And fallow iniitriicliontin the Bull. Blue Book. To get your copy i^iul IDcAvith'your nnmc nnrl nrldrcM to— BfiU BROTHERS.COMPANY,,Mun<lo,lnd; j: For A' Shack/ a Sandwich * ' or a FiUl^MeaV.Try '; AUGUST FUR SALE — .JJUV NOW AND SAVK — 00 N, MAI>" STREET wntcrlHiry Tel. 3-2727 BICYCLE SUPPLIES AT CUT-RATB 1'RICJES! JARS GOOD LUCK JAR RUBBERS PRESSURE COOKERS . . 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(Doni,' VACATION IS OVER! ! • Let Us Take Care of That PHOTOGRAPHIC Typical of ihc beauty of INTERNATIONAL STERUNO patterns is 1SIO VACATTON ... hoping That Certain Person will remember • I've started my silver service in , . • WORK. , Closed, Idoiidays ; Durfng July and August •: Thibpaeau Studio j Neary ; BlJg. . - ' • Church 'St. > ' ' - T ',. ' • I know that this fine solid silver has a character and richness' and a bcsuty that will endure for years and years. So, I'm hoping and wishing .for more iNTKRNATibNAL STERLING. A place service of six pieces in 1810 is $21.38 'including tax. Many other patterns from which to choose. . ' DIVIDED PAYMENTS IP YOU TEENER, AT NO .-••.."• ADDITIONAL COST JEWEIERS . siiVERSMITHS SINCE 1900 68 BANK AT CENTER STREET

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