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5Pbe Batip Publtxhcd Every Evening (Except Sunday) by THE NAUGATCCK NEWS CORPORATION NAUOATUCK. CONNECTICUT ZHH and JJSJJI*—AH ne|>tirtm«iitft Entered an Mccond class matiur nt the j>om officu In Nniigatuclc, Conn. ItUDOLPH M, HENN1CK, President and Troaniirur RALPH 8. I'ASIIO. Vice-president EDWAKD C. LINGENHELO, Assistant Trcanur?.r MILDRED HOLLAND, Secretary SUBSCRIPTION RATES I month * .75 0 month* »4.^C I month* ,12.25 1 year $9.Ui; Payable In Advunco 1 week—18c By Carrier X year $D,i>U „„, 1'LEUGK TO TII'K l'1-AG—"1 plcilife ulli-- "~*" Kliilluu 10 thu ilitlf of lliu United StnU.it 01 America und to tliu JU'lmlillu for which it stuml*. Onu nation ImlivUlblc, with Liberty mill .luxilcu for all." JULY r,, I Hi.; DO YOU REMEMBER? From The Files of The News 20 Years Ago Frnncla Vale of Beacon. Falls .'was Injured, by n firecracker Unit was .thrown by'^BOmo Fourth of 'July celebrant. o—O—o " Mr. arid Mrs. Arnold Peterson of •Johnson street' returned from a visit In.Wlhsted. o—O—o . ." 30 Years Ago Court Unity, V. of A., officers elected were Charles Stinson, Anron French, Alfred Aolimore, Richard Durkin, Charles. Parks,-..Thomas'. Curew, 'John Cullon, and J. M. Sulllvnn. . o—O— : o George O'Loughlin spent a leave from the Navy with h(3 father, Thomas O'Loughtin of Cherry street, after having participated in the bnttla of Vera Cruz, Mexico. • NORMAN H. DAVIS Thu ilej.it.li, last Suniliiy, at Hot Sfiring's V'a.. of Norman 11. -Davis, clirtirrrwn of the j\ t muriuan .Hetl Cross • and t'urrner diplomat, is mourned by * many persons of all u-allcs iji lil'o ' throux'huut the world. 31 r. Davis was an otitslandiny Amer- k'an who was noted. I'ur his many years •'of distinguished public service. He held diplomatic- posts nndc-r Presidents Wilson, ffoiiver. and Koosuvelt, and acquitted liim.self most civilitably. He also served as chairman of the American delegation to the World disarmament conference in Geneva and headed the American di.'IeLjation to tho London naval conferences. He will always be remembered for his splendid work as chairman of the American Red Cross and for the fine humanitarian spirit, he displayed in the performance of his official duties. Ills judgments were sound and eminently fair and under him the Ked Cross has maintained a hi#h' standard. Secretary of State Gnrdell Hull, in extolling .him, said he was an outstanding world statesman and an intense patriot. and tb;it "few persons have had the privilege oi' rendering ti"> their country Around the Clock Joan Zimmerman returned to her home in Lamar, 'Pa., after working in Nau- gatiick for over a year. ..... Johnny Gm-klis, of Columbus,, Ohio, and the Ohio university, visited in the borough over the week-end. Pvt. Francis O'Toole of the U. S. Infantry, is home for a short stay Allen Sylvia was feted at an outing last week. He's ready to enter the army, Little 'Donna Lovine, daughter of Mr. and Airs. .Don Lovine of Dunn avenue, celebrated'.her third birthday last. Thursday with a small party,.fitting her siise. The yoimy miss usually extends the office a greeting when she wends her way past the News offici-; Lucy Me/.-' a and Phyllis Mastrupiotro nrc enjoying thoir week off visiting cvery.tliing'in the Big town Jean lacona of -\ r ew York, X. V., was a visitor at the home o!' .Mr, and Mrs." Charles Kado, of 81 Coon street quite .recently. . .. WEDNESDAY, JULYS Walter Winched On firoadway !»«». ttaily Him* THE BIG TOWN THIS PASSING PARADE: Gary Cooper'.i mother 'in hor Women's Emergency Corps uniform, serving- as a war bond peddler. . .George Jessel, thi» dep't's favorite laughter-dinner speaker.. .Author Kex Beach, the lover of the wide open spaces, having the time of his lifo in the crowded Cotillion Room... Dennis O'Keefc and Morton Downey swapping Celtic fables at Dinty Moore's over, bowls of that Irish delicacy—chilled borscht.... Claudia Morgan at Cafe Pierre, looking like a daughter of the Bank of Morgan- in a gold cocktail frocktai).. .Goily-from-Eizoyty Niesen, in a bareback dress, braving Manhattan's torrid temperatures and wolf-packs. ..Lucille Brcmer, once of the Commodora- bles choir (she's now cast opposite Fred Astaire in a film), congratulating Marjorie Hollid.-ty <»!so of the Hotel Comjnodoj-e beauty pa- rude, and Miami), who was signed jy 20th Century-Fox yesterday. Her first speaking role: "Diamond Horseshoe," which starts rolling soon. "YOUR MIND ,AND BODY" WASHINGTON By EOGAN CLKNDEN'ING, M. ]). or L'onntrios such a nil fnl service."'That nice deserved. , inr-assure of uso- tribnto was well POLITICAL AX FOR AXIS 11' the Axis powers o;in gal ;my satisfaction out of'I ho kupiililiwin convention nt Chicago, they are welcome tu it. • -Amc'Ticnn iist.onors i'ouiul in it not one ,110to of toktnmco or excuse for the ..crime's of the Axis powers, and not. the slightest hint of any procedure loss than the fornpiolc crushing of their evil part- no rslii p. This is n mattor in which Americans can find deep satisfaction. Our people are apparently united aga'inst theii •(•nemies more unanimously t-han they any conflict, Uurpi'Os- t is so complete that: oven rivalries and hereditary •fends of mi clue-linn year wo find i(, harder than usual In oppose each other politically as .strongly as we thit;k we should. Servicemen's addresses: Pfc, Danny Mastropietro, 712 Bomb. Sqd,, 448 Bomb. Grp., APO 558, c-o Postmaster, New .York, N. Y , Sgt. Daniel Rado, U. S. M. C,,. Ord. Co 1st Field Depot, Marine S S. 5th Amph. Corps, c-o Fleet Post Office, San Francisco, Cal. ..... Pvt, William Capardena, Co.' "K"', APO 15333, c-o Postmaster, New York, N. Y. Sgt. Howard F, Walsh, Co. "B", 406th Inf., APO 102, Fort Dix, N, J, have ever been out vinit of spiri in the natural ROTTING SUCCESS Ships havo their lives as well as men and women. They, too, are born, live cventfully, and sometimes come to mi unhappy end. Thi-s is tho story of the former convict ship "Success," exhibited far and wide for many years and now, abandoned by its owner, rotting away in the Sandnsky, Ohio, •harbor. The "Success" is a link Avith. o.ld days that wore not "so glamorous as some people like to think, Built in 1790 of Burma teak, one of the hardest of all .woods, it was at first ;m armed merchantman, warring against pirates. Then, for most of its life, it was a prison-ship. ^Jt carried convicts from England to Australia, which was (.hoti ;i dumping ground for criminals. .Later, anchored in Sydney .Buy, it served as n prison until a better system was introduced in ISo'S.. In the liisl, 20 or W years tho "Snc- .ceys" became well' known to thousands of Americans who saw it on exhibit in many harbors. It is safe to say that they 1 were horrified by tho cruelty of former generations. .Dark and airless cells for solitary confinement where unhappy inmates were chained to tho floor, instruments- of punishment that the Nax.is would have envied, threw a grim light on our iincestors and their notions of curing crime. O;ir worst prisons today arc far ahead of this. Well, the old town sure is dead. Between 2 and .'•? p. m. Monday we counted only 29 people walking . up ur down Church street. And G7 cars went one way or the other. Try counting them sometime and see what a difference there is in the above statistics and your own._ We are referring, of course, to the numbers you'll get on a normal day,, and not to the mistakes that we made while' making our count Mr. and Mrs. William Borbiis of New.York city, and their, two daughters, Mary, and Mrs. Treue Witkowski are spcn'ding the week in the borough at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Oi'os-/, of 1.1 Locust street. Marion Salisbury, Molly Lavorgna, and Sophie Walones, three popular ycung 1 ladies employed at the Payroll office of the U. S. Rubher Co.,-bought new bathing- suits and made a trip down to Asbury Park, N. J,, Monday, to spend the remainder of their vacation in the cooling waters, the hot sun, and mosqui- tcs that thrive, so well there. , . . i . Rita O'Brien of Springfield, Mass., is in the borough visiting relatives on Woodbine street, Union City.. Edith Yurgaitis, Highland avenue, another of the efficient clerical help at the U, S, Rubber Co., is planning a short flop in Atlantic City. New Miraclb.,Drug .Is In Good Supply BY .THE TIME this article 'pets into' print tho now' germ kiJlciv penicillin, wil.l • be' us' casily v avail- ublu to everyone who 'n'i>cds • it. na any other drug. The armed forces have had nlmost . unlimited .. supplies of "it for som'e time. A Xuw hospitals 'whet-is the scientific .at- tuinments. of the staff-; men, were' known to !je hi^h ;ui<J satisfactory have beer, given, some samples of it. At present if a doctor has ,1 pa- Lient on whom sulfa drug's have been tried and failed he, can usually obtain • enough penicillin trial in that instance. •' Now that tho supply; is. sufUcient'- 'ithls distribution may : be ma'dir '• more iberal. | -. " ' • . The public doesn't always stop ,o think of the '.obstacles .in .the vay of a new drug Jike'this;'bcinff. ivailable. One step,, and the step vhich has just' (icon completed in he case of penicillin, is to select xnd license manufacturers re competent to turn out a pure roduct. Two years ago United tales • pharmaceutics.' houses bean to be granted' licenses for lis purpose. Manufacture of renlclllln- At present there' arc 13 firms roducinff penicillin under contract and very shortly it is expected this number will be 22. Uven with the great facilities of. modern pharmaceutical manufacturing firms . this "is 'no more than enough because the usefulness and application of penicillin, is . very wide indeed. There 'is hardly any fever or • form of infection in which it .is not a possibility. •• I havo seen and studied a lew clinical cases in which it was My HELEN lSSSAnV x :-.,.-.' (Cc-iitnil TrcNS Columnist) A WAC Writes Tells O'f Pacific Letter To . . Trip And Dangers .Columnist Mother Of- The Sea SALLIT3S IN OUR ALLEY: The other night Ixxy Elinson took his parents to see -"Dr. Wassell",.. ,Vhen Mama Elinsc/n noticed the $3.30 admission price, she hmf'd: •What is he—a specialist?". . .One the town debs, who had been -ipping it up for hours .-at ihc Stork Bar, stumbled as she stepped hrough the door.. ."Gee," she hic- cuped, "it?, drunk out tonight"... Estelle Taylor and a bookie friend were talking shop. "I lose $900 Monday," lie intoned, "Tuesday I drop $750, and Wednesday they beat me for a sixer:".. ."Good- 1 nessakes," said Estellc. "Why don' you quit?", ,"I can't," wat the retort. "I gotta make a livin'.l" WASHINGTON— I hope she won't be: too; cross-"\vith. me ' for giving you her letter. It. will 'help the cause nearest her heart—WAC recruiting. And, besides. -I promise never -to do it -again. The letter came .when • 1 was half sick, with worry,and regret .that I had let my young daughter go oft into'an un- nown world. - • Here is. some of what she wrote me: "Dearest Mother: Well, I'm finally on dry land but still romcinbcr the rocking rhythm of the ship. I am.' temporarily ;r. the New Hebrides islands." (Motherlyquery —where in the universe are the New Hebrides? Where's my atlas? Or are the Now Hebrides in a poem by Keats? Are they stars? I didn't know they really existed! Imugirm- c:ny was concerned. But we . did h:ivc a destroyer csccrt part of the way. A 'ship had .been s'unk two days before en the route we were following.". 1 (Heaven help me—why didn't I keep her home! Lcttin; • nor go'into,such danger when shi didn't"HAVE to yo'.); • ' ' T •' • " "Actually', ' mother/<• the trip wa like a pleasure cruise. Every fou days we had an. aged movie in th< evening. Much of the rest of tin time- I played bridge. And I ended way ahead; "The captain and the crew were wonderful to us. They sort of mo ihcrod us.. The first night- out .of Frisco was really rough and we had to c.itch.our suit cases anc bureau drawers as they raced icrosscd the cabin. But after that my child in a place like that!) . "I am only here temporarily," the letter, goes on, "waiting for 'transportation to my destination. This is u. beautiful place. The juriglo flowui-s and vegetation are gorgeous. There are nice beaches --- and a cool breeze all day. It's like no spring or autumn at home. "I am the first WAC who has ever been on this island ar.d I havo really been feted. The captain has been driving me everywhere in his jeep: It hat; been wonderful. But let nio go buck to the beginning of my trip. . ."I loft Snn' Francisco the day nf- I tor I talked to you long distance. I was the only woman to leave our camp for the ship and I was terrified that I would be alone. "But, to my delight, I was put in a cabin with two Navy nurses. We were the only three women so you can imagine we were not forgotten. We really were awfully spoiled. . Marvelous accommodations. Hot and cold running soft water Jolm .Dan;ilier, ,T;ick Qiunn, Hug-h McSherry, mid Frank Molosky look in the Chiciiyo Wfiif.0 Sox-New York Yankees twin-bill nt the SIndium Sunday Corp. Francis HYocI), Jr., is spending ti furlough with his"parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hroch of 41 Gorman street. The whole family .will Jeave today i'or Baldwin, L. I, where the dad and mother will .continue to spend their vacation after .young Frank returns Sunday to Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. tried and havo talked to a good many doctors about it. What impresses one is that'ovcn-'the most conservative of'.these say that the wildcat dreams we held of its usefulness are realized. Not' one but several have, repeated in so many words; thai:'it is better, .than the sulfa d<-iigs. • ' ' . ' It: has .been told so often that it is 'hardly necessary to repeat the-story of its ... discovery. Penicillin la a mold, or fungus, such as 'grows on damp bread.. There Is hardly one of my readers who has not seen penicillin. -''It was for: ycnrs the pest of bacteriologists because " ' — •••'••• • culture medi Professor Alexander •:Fleming constantly. .. .three meals a' day. .. most unusual on troop ships whfch gen orally, serve only two meals. In addition the steward' brought us our breakfast." (Homo is not like this.'-).-. . "Our ship was swell. -The trip .was uneventful as . far as the cn- se it "contained their edia, . Finally,- in^l029, made one of those . flashes -'.of Job- have so often servation such as started 'science on ture. Discovery of Penicillin. a new. adven- that'. no- 1 improvement-, could be mndo'-. ori.'-them, but'!, as" was intimated, above, penicillin works on cases where the sulfa drugs have, failed." At this • season . it ia worth .noting that it is. even effective in tetanus,,'or •.lockjaw, the real cause of the..mortality, of Fourth.of Juls woundi-'contamination. One hardl> supposes there'will be much cele- the sea was smooth. "What fun we had in the initiation on crossing the equator; They didn't shave our heads or moke us cat. garbage. But we had to do plenty that -was silly. We had to wear our skirts backwards for two days and paint our faces with big red crosses. We had to stand many watches on deck looking out to sea through, spy glasses made of two coke battles held together with tafie. . "I spent most of my .time on the ship with a group of Navy fliers. A grand bunch. It was awfully hard to say 'good-by' to thorn. Two of them said they wore going to fiy down and sec me. They may r.ot be cble to arrange that. Besides I think'it was the-moonlight and .the soa and the closeness of war that-made them feel sort of romantic: I'am stay ing'at the Army nurses' .quarters on . the island. They are nice, though a little primitive. The Sanitation Corps has cleaned out all malaria. So .don't worry about that. "Do you want to: hear about what happncd when we first heard o!' the invasion?. We .were at the Oflicers' club on this island after dinner. About 30 of us. I was the only woman. "Some one came rushing in and shouted 'the invasion .has begun!' We hardly believed it. So 'we -hurried off to.the nearest radio, tuned in on San Francisco and heard the announcements. It. was really ex- MEMOS OF A MIDNIGHTER Billy Rose got $75,000 from the Zanuck /Joo just for the use "Diamond Horseshoe" .is a film lAle. Not counting: the millions of dollars worth of advertising for Rose's floor show...Lee Schubert and Mike Todd flew ;o' the coast to see "Song of Norway 7 ' (ar the Philharmonic), which will, take in over 40 Gs weekly. . .Barbara Hutton Grant's lawyers -will force hei ex-groom (Kurt Reventlow}' to return to the U. . S.- from Canada (with thoir child) by, challenging the legality of the trust fund Eabs put up for him. Once hero, . the rest will be a cinch for the John Laws.. .Peggy Ann Garner <Tree Grows in E'klyn) in an emotional scene-look a long- time to cry and then, cried'so hard they couldn't stop .her. ..There is no Academy Award- for Western films. A new outfit will give ."Bronchos" instead of "Oscars," arguing that'the biggest' far. mail comes to ,1 star .in Westerns—Roy Rogers.. . .Danny Kayo's new radio show nets him 5 Gs...Ann Rutherford and 20th have divorced. Como's' thrushlng. i n for the Boy»".. .The 3 tor, of. "How M«ny ft, ., Yon Broken -with Those"' Beautiful Eyes?"—a Be- ditty. ..Patsy Garrctr* VB'way Matinee".. .JohnnvT* arttul speclalUcg at Th.- &v "A Kiss to Remember'• s Kenny Krcreg and Abner gj?» '* E. G. Robiwon In "Mr.^: GOCH to War"...Shtp Copa. ..Bill Ecndix in ...Thc Troc's King COI"C"TM' in« with "Can't Sec for i^," (The Gal I Want's Ee«n ...Thc rhumba nnmec! "AI dr.i." '- MANHATTAN MURAI.S- bar on 8th Avenue named- Quaff-Ktcria". ..The X Y 7 electric sign (qf news biilu which blinks out promptly t , a. m. in the middle of a g Thc .sign in a funeral ' , "JVazis aud Japs buried f rc - morc tho buricr" 1 . ..Arline j cupc of silver foxes, oodla" them. Practically her i The tribute to Arthur 3-j, Fifth and 101st.. .The at -ITth Street and recting Free French Spanish, the only foreign knows. ..The Distinguished"Flt> Cross in an 8th Avenue hoclu " THE LATE WATCH: Billy ( on's "Star Dreamers" (&ft> r manner of discovering new the way Gus Edwards UEC-< 's a .click, radio program on . r".Ava Gardner tells isn't marrying anybody. Mickey Roonoy's ex-wife. /tingling North's favorite (,"£. orie Jackson, Deti-oit beauty •(, in -H'wood .Kay Morley ant ffi-i Crane of the moom pitchers -vti \ merger threat. . .The ' June Allyson was secretly i«k to Van Johnson was just u^; June Haver, the new suri«, 3 composer of a song -hat uift click; "Minnie from New ...FDR (with some X«w:, bookmaiiers) is 9-to 5 to corrv cia'l Jfcw York, They are'i S to 1 FDR...wins, the olmi(_ G-ov. Warren, didnt' accept litwl pee slot from tho Repubs b«ia| he/actually believes he \vil] ti a walk-in as No. I" Man iri'JS<S Insiders say De\vey still curt | used ^to' the idea of "havisj Srickcr thrown "af- him". H'-.vood, the news photojfs stars' they like a "21 Bulb S*)i Flashing that many bulbs- ia • •clulj. • The . last actrtc; •etc. tile.Jfonor^ was Linda'Dti '. .Prince .Milivani and Eert 1 ob,.who slugged.!^out oversea! \IaJ-ianne O'Brien, the follows! day embj-accd and became ptk- the the ;:bration .of. the. Fourth this year. "There are ^enough Americans shooting off fireworks .in other pai'ts'-of, the world, so that out- own plot of earth might be spared. It is a moderate calculation that : !But' that sort of dream is prob- tOllgll getting "\Vith the paper shortage, 'it'i on an old-Fashioned editor who thinks he can't.say anything in less, than a column. ' 20,000 laboratory workers bacteriologists had scon*" 'culture media .v on which . staphlycoccic germs " were growing and were contaminated by penicillin mold. But they just looked, they'-.'didntt; observe anything. Professor'Flem; ming suddenly noticed that \vhere. the .mold began, to grow the pus germs died out. And from', thatjall, the. research followed. It would-' be easier to" list -the germs in which penicillin; is •-jn- effective in'killing thorn off than' the ones:in which it. - does..wo'rkl Most of the germs which penicillin fails to. . affe_ct are those of tropical diseases, or arc rare as .to. be negligible in -routine 'practice. ' We 'had' realized' a"groat'' 'dream" with the sulfa drugs and supposed ' ' and :.?. b .'y.. to ° much to expect. ••'TShbuld 'some enthusiasts decide to have; an old fashioned celebra- tion'Ht would be 'well .for the local doctor, to.'see "that some penicillin is available with which to treat •Uiem'-Vwhen: -the inevitable 1 injury occurs. He-should, have . some tc- :tanus antidotes .too, but that is only-'for prevention.:. Up to the 'preserit^we'havc had no methods of treating tetanus in case the preventive .did ,not work. Now we have penicillin; ;; QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS : y .M.W. .A.; ;Is it injurious for the eyes to use fhe sun lamp or ultra- •.yiblefcilarnp?. V ^Answer: The, eyes.should be pro- tected'durihgr sun. lamp treatment. citing. We -huddled 'around radio. You should havo seen faces of the men. "One of the men was the French delegate here. When the radio report was ended we shood up and sanpr "The Marseillaise' to him "I shall, never forget that moment. ' • • "All my love and me." ,' fFoi-Ket you! I wish I' wore "0 years younger! I'd be along;, too!) WHY PLAYWRIGHTS GRAY YOU.N-G DEP'T: H. Barnes in the N. Y. . Herald-Tribune, reviewing"Ten Little Indians." reported: "Por two full acts it builds up 1 suspicion and suspense in a masterly fashion, even though the principals are dropping- in their tracks in every scene. The final stanzas sag- a bit, chiefly because literary device wears thin".... 'ommenting on the same new Jlay. the Times' Lewis Nichols 'ound: "The first two acts are e->:- remely _slow,. with only a few mo- •nents of excitement. The third ct, when Miss Agatha -Christie and her players really settle down o murder, is far the best-" MIDTOWX VIGNETTE: It hap- encd in the Stork Club the other i£Tht. ..Corporal Brod Crawford, ormcr Hollywood actor, saw a ^icutcnant nt the bar, a buddy from Movictown. ..He greeted him by his first name! of. course ..The Lieutenant stiffened and in tones colder than Sophie Tucker's icebox replied: "Address your superior oiliccr .is ,1, soldier" After 15 minutes of healed argument the session ended when the oiliccr pave the Corporal a direct' order .. .Infringement of which is punishable by a court martial, ..A wit- Arlington national cemotery; 'ides burial space for services and women who die on active i or who are Kbnorably ditxhiipi| from the military .orsanizatioss. Tb« widen choice of P»im coioo •veir offered—all ready to u* no .iatcrmixing. Murphy Palnfij don't forget CtAFMS tO.VfJEST LETTERS Boston. (UP)—William VteKin- non, Dorchester postal clerk lavs claim to writing the longest letters in the United States To friends in the si-vice, war veteran McKinnon often addresses letters 50 feet long, but hj s proudest boast is a 100-footer to a former juddy now. in Italy. Great Oak Farm OXFORD-ROAD Tel. 5049 MILK—: EGGS Delivery To AJl ParU Of '•'•'• JS'llUKHtUcIt •.''•: ncss to the episode relayed it to .1 .Colonel seated in the rear. He was Col. Butch Morgan, one of the real toujrh RUVS who fly our fight- Ing planes. He is the "most decorated hero in this war. . .Colonel Morgan walked over to the Lieutenant and said: "Lieutenant where do you know Corporal Crawford from ?."... "Hollywood Sir" was the reply...-What did vo'u call him in Hollywood?" asl'-cd Colonel Morgan.. .'-I called 'him trod," was the answer. "Well " said the Colonel, "when you meet a friend off post, you address hinv by his first name, and don't go pullms: your rank on him — a ,td that 1 a direct order from vour superior officer.'" CANS, Inc. MAPLE STREET TEL. 3507 EVKGI.ASSKS SHOP C. H. Tomlincon Vcnrv Bulldlnr Conn. STORK CLOSED ALE. DAT MONDAY AND TUKSDAV I JULV 8 AXD 4 G«fr S'iccd Reymond's TODAYS II

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