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Page Four NAUOATUCK DAILY NEWS WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23. Qflbe Battp ISeto* ~ Published Every Evening (Except Sunday) by THE NAUGATUCK NEWS CORPORATION NAUGATUCK, CONNECTICUT Telephone* 22S* »ml 222!)—All Department* Entered as second class nuiHnr at the |>oat otficc ir Nuugntuck. Conn. SUBSCRIPTION KATES Payable In Advance 1 month S .75 C months 3 months J-.25 1 year J.I.PO $9.00 The United Press has tho exclusive right to use Tor rcpubllcntlon In any form, all news dispatches credited to this paper. It is also exclusively entitled to use for rupublicatlon all the local and undated news published herein. 1'LKVGK TO TH.K FJ-AG—"I Kiiwun- to th<: JMtijf of (he United SHit«» of AiiKTluii »iul to tho HrpiiMIc for which it Itiuid.i. Out- iwtlon indivisible, with Liberty uiid Justice fur nil." WKUSKsilJAY, AUGUST US. J1H-I CONCERTS ENJOYED The Xaugatiiek Community hand, which, under tlio able leadership ut' Daniel Oemcku has yivcii a delightful series of ope:i-air concerts here this .season, lias won many compliments fur ihe excellence of its' pngrains and the spen- ditl performance of the musicians. The concerts provided enjoyment for a large number of music lovers whose .hearty applause; showed sincere appreciation, .ll is to In.- hoped I hat next year's list of appropriations for borough expenditures u-ill incliidi' another concert, series by this popular and svell trained liand. RIGHTS . AVhat are rights, and should people hnve them 1' The Bill of Rights, according (o William Feather, a business man who philosophically observes the Uvery-clay scene, includes "the right to drop used^ chewing gum anywhere, tho right to deface the walls of washrooms, the. right to disturb others by loud chatter in the theater, the right (" occupy a busy lolephone booth as long as one pleases, the right to muscle into the front end of. a queue, and" the'right to block the view of 300 7>eople during an exciting play in any sports event." So many really legitimate rights have been lost in Axis-governed countries that a lot of people are confused as to •what lire rights, and what not. Then; is, for instance, the right to be courteous. Once upon a time the word meant having the gentleness and good manners of people attached to the courts of kings.. Hut every American citi/.en, being,a king in his own right, has also tins'inalienable right to be gentle and kindly towards his fellow man. "\Vliy not .hold on to that one as well as to those somewhat less pleasant'.' .And speaking of courtesy and the rights of others, the following editorial comment, by the Chelsea, Mass.. 'Record, cites these instances of the lack of two essentials of goncl behavior: "It wnw a hot night. One a. m. We hoard them talking—two neighbor women .siuirtg on their front porchfs -Meriting to tret respite from the .Mtiiffinpss of Indoors. So thny calked—and talked. "Suddenly a now note disturbed the night. "'Ladies. If you don't luivi; any better sense than tn talk all night I'm here to tell you. I hn.vn to go to work at six o'clock, even it you don't.' War worker, probably—yelling from his bedroom window. "If that fallow ihnughr. he would make any Impri'SSion' on thoci. two women by his interruption, lie was mistaken. They talked until 2:30. then apparently went to bed in full conquest of the field of brittle. "How ofen all of tin are thoughtless in our regard for the: other fellow's rights. "War workers are not. always the victims. Sometimes they arc loud. Ion. There was one croup of mill men who came noisily along tho street in the early morning. 'Well, I guess we've awakened th"e whole town!' ono fellow gleefully remarked as he turned Into his own home. They had. • "With working mon and women scheduled on different shifts, it behooves all' of us to consider • the other fellow, AC nlghl. for instance, there is no excuse for loud talk or other noise after 11 p. m." THE INDEPENDENT VOTE That, the indi-pi-iuiiMit. vcitu may h'M'l the balance in the coming presidential ejection is the op'mi'Mi of many close observers of the political situation and the way the " political straws'' appear to be blowing 1 . But just what candidates the independents will favor is something a lot <•!.' politicians in the Dcrnoei'at.ic and h'epnb- lican parties would like to know. . A Ing machine tool shop reports that its men are. doin^- about two-thirds of what they could without hurting themselves. What if fighters did that?" DO YOU REMEMBER? From The Files Of The News "FLYING EXPERTS 20 Years Ago Edward Curtin of Cherry street, Thomas Garrick of High street, and Edward White of Rubber avenue were attending St. Thomas' seminary in Hartford. o—O—o " A woman In Oklahoma, was ncaring her 102nd birthday, attributed 1 her longevity To never having worn a corset. We've heard of u lot of people, who have died before they were 102, and had never worn corsets, but they were mostly men. o—O—o 30 Years Ago Edward Brcnnan, of Church street, and John Sutherland, of Meadow street, returned from Atlantic City, N. J. o—O—o Ethel, Ruth, and William Stevenson of North Main street were tho guests of Mrs,, Albert Noble of New Haven, '•' • Around the Clock The k'UL'fs tliiit yurviccMiiui: are n»\v iHliiig aiv all oiidiny wit'll dpliinistiu 's ut.' "be SL'C'iu' ymi soun." which is a si^'u of excc'llunt inuralo ainung our troi'ps. But the U'lidonV.v at lioniu is Ui H'u to the f.xtri/iiii.' in o])tinii.-:in. "\\-'o don't want tn throw culd u-atur on our wa.nn ln/|)(.'.s. Li't's say tin. 1 war will lie over in .December. J-Sel'iMX' the.lads went, ii.itu-t.hi; service 1 there was a clause 1 , "fur the duration anil six months thereafter." And there is also a hu^'e army o!' occupation that will linger in I'hirope and other parts of the ylobe. And even bei'mx' fhe day of peace arrives, there issuing to be plenty dt' hard fightini;' before the Siegfried line, which, it has been reported, has n<> weak links like the lUaginot. Line had in Belgium. So let us keep on fighting the war at home, until Naugatuck lads and other American beys finally bring us thai, day of peace over there .... ^\ e didnt mean to got a moral mil: nf today's column but it just'had to be tints. Frank "Ripper" Ruccio, standout Naugatuck high school athlete, who set a scoring record this past winter in the Naugatuck Valley Basketball league; is getting ready to join the U. S. Marines shortly Mr, and Mrs. Roland Ycung cf May street have returned from, a vacation trip to New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Mr. Young is the assistant manager of the G. C. Murphy Co, store on Church street. Mrs. Ann AVhile, and her dug "Prince." have been granted permission !,y nil the powcrs-that-be to visit the 1,-md of Brooklyn this weekend. All Ann is waiting fur is a passport that will iiilcw her entry into that foreign country. The .'Dodgers will he playing in the Poo Grounds (of al! places!) this week(_.|],i Henry .Bulka is wearing a banikiu'C aruiind his left "wrist, Today is pay day. Mr. and Mrs. John Tucker and Mrs, Charles Kohn, and daughter, Dolores, all of South Main street, are vacationing en the beach at Milford •', Dot Roberts is planning to take her second week of vacation as soon as it gets just a little cooler Bill Baxter, local news- hound, is enjoying his annual lay-off this week, Mrs. B. Lanxilla and daughter, Joyce, have returned in their home in liartl'ord after spending the week with M.r. and Mi;s. Michael Abneewicz ni' 17 Crown street. Union City Merc's a 1 "new address: Private 'Anthony Zdonick, :n.4.!st Jlq. and 'Ho. Co., Sig. Ser. Grp., APO QJ.-l e-o Postmaster, New York, X. Y The sage; nf Brookfield, ,'Julin Creaeen, Jr., pulled up with ;\ game leg the uther day. '\Vu don't know exactly ImW it happened, but the story goes that; JJiek tried to stop a runaway horse. Mrs. Harold Stapleton of Fairview avenue has been confined to her home with illness Miss Irene Squires, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, returned to work after spending two restful weeks at Annisquam, Mass The Hop Brook Country club held a clambake Saturday that attracted over 100 local residents. Dick Parkinson catered We're still looking for the culprit who did the landscape job on our desk last Saturday. The dirty so and so we can find neither head nor tail of fixed everything up nice and neat, and anything. "YOUR MIND AND BODY" WASHINGTON 13y HELEN TSSSARY (Central Press Columnist) Procopes To Live In Sweden Until European War Is Over Halifax Press. Conferences Informal, Most Interesting JJv J.OGAN CLIiVUENrNG, M. 13. Lift--Ciiving Biotin In Must Foods IT IS -curious that in the numerous popular discussions of the vitamins Ihoi-e is little oi;,.no mention of K. chemical whiclv'-is CundH-- •mentii'l ;; foiv life,, now. named- bio- Lin. It fe, .IH fai' us I Ciin-.soo, one of the vitamins. Yc-l in spile of the perfectly luscious advcriislnp sales appeal, there are no concentrated tablets of biotin offered lo the {,'reat American vitamin suck- .;rs. And the possibilities of the commercial continuity in its favor arc so stupendous! I Car, jusl hear the silky voices oozing out on the evening .air: "Friends, have you hnd enough biotin today? Biolin .spelled b-i-V t'-i-n. Biotin is absolutely necessary for human life. No living or- Kunisni can continue to live without biotin. It keeps the life processes f-'Oinff. It i.s the skin vitamin. For perfect touchable lovable skin you need daily biotin. Folks, are you feeling nervy, out of sorts, is your skir. scruffy — perhaps you need biotin, in the largo hard to swallow, easy to gaff oil, tablet form. Get some today at your nearest vitamin bar," Only trouble with ' this lovely dream is that, with some slight exceptions to be mentioned below, we c:m hMixlly ont anything- that hasn't 1,'ot bio'-ir. in it, and probably we form a good deal of it in our own bodies for self utilisation and supply. Disoovisry <>f Biotin Biotin was originally called a vitamin—vitamin B six. or the rat anti-dermat.it.is factor. It was, also put out. I believe, as Vitamin F— tho skin vitamin. The way its existence UYIS discovered was one of the by-products of animal experimentation. Amoiifr the numberless experiments performed in the new field of food resoni'ch in the last three decades, one set aimed to observe the effect of furnishing; rats al'. their protein requirement, .in the form of ef,'K white. What hap-' period was that the rate developed a dermatitis—a skin discnse that really was.,a skin disease. They were sorry "lookihjf rats. I have seen some of them and ' I mean.. they were '.he worst sample's of nils I ever laid my eyes on. Their hair came out in patches and there were scruffs and scales on the skin that showed through and Ihoir eyes were red and watery a:id their claws and tails looked .sore. - '.• Then it was found that if yeast, potato, arrowroot, or casein were added to the diet, this dermatitis did not occur. The rats .you sec were living on nothing- but cgK white which produced a substanec called avadin, -which apparently absorbs all the biotin' which is spontaneously produced in- the bocly. The dermatitis is undoubtedly clue to deficiency of a needed food element. It was first called Vitamin .13 six, or pyridoxinc, but now considered to be really the chemical which has been isolated in crystalline form and named biotin. Exceptions to Statement That exception to the statement that we all got enough biotin in our food occurs only -under .experimental conditions. The other exception is that perhaps biotin is in some way concerned in-the.nu- trition of cancer cells. The evidence is still not clear, but in the WASHINGTON — Madame Procope, wife of the Finnish minister whom the United States state department asked to leave Washington about '-wo months a^'d because his country was an ally of Germany, is not in the least dismayed by her lonely and somewhat difficult situation here. At luncheon the* other day she looked happy and healthy. She said the r.uwost, Procope child who will be christened Car! Frederick when he and his brother, sister, and mother shall have joined.his father abroad, is ,-in "adorable, cuddly baby." He is now'six weeks old and. of course, does not know of the frreat talk here, there and everywhere that his coming: caused when his mother was deciding whether or not to accompany his father into Finland a fortnight or so before Carl Frederick made his first appearance in this internationally confused world. Madame Procope and the three babies — the oldest is not more than four—will take the first ship out for Sweden. The English wife of the former Finnish minister to the United States says that she and the children would be on_their way across tho ocean right now were it not far the fact that the ship on which she must sail is momentarily lied up in a Swedish port. Sweden is only about two hours by plane from Finland. Since it has steadfastly remained neutral Mjalmar Procope may easily visit his family there. Madame Procope will ot go to England where her family is living ir. comparative security but will remain in Sweden until the war is over. Undoubtedly the English arc beguiling Old Smoothies. Certainly Viscount Halifax, his Britannic majesty's ambassador to the United States knows how to be charmingly informal at a news conference. And when a great man is charmingly informal at a news conference .it's time for somebody to strike out in behalf of poor old "Pro Bono Pub'.ico." You remember that half-forgotten little guy- enormous volume of research that ! .is being done oil cancer chemistry, j the role of biotin may poHsibly be found" to have possibilities for cancer control This article is not supposed to have any practical application. It aims-to suggest some of the new ideas in research in food factors. Perhaps something " wonderfully useful will come out of them. "What DSC it is?" asked Bismark, when Helmholx described to him a new.idea in pure scientific theory. "What- use is'a new born baby?" replied the scientist. QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS M.- L.: Is there any danger in discarding reading glasses? A.: No, if you see just as well without them. Many people arc normally slightly near-sighted or astigmatic when, young and need glasses. But when they get to middle age there is a hardening of the lens. The'eyes correct without glasses in such a case. J. G.: When you say the stomach always secretes pepsin docs that apply to a-case .of hypoacid- ity? A.: Tes, usually.. At any rate stomach digestion goes on pretty well in the presence of lowered 'acid in the stomach, He used to write letters about the terrible condition of the street lamp's way back in the days before iho war. At the British embassy when the ambassador called a news con; fei'ence to introduce Sir Alexander Cadogen, Britain's permanent undersecretary for foreign affairs; and to report on his own trip to i England, I arrived in the marble and black mirrored embassy drawing room a little behind schedule. There sal the British ambassador in white shirt sleeves and long cFgarot holder (with other suitable garments of course"). I-Ie wns as nonchalant as is Mr. Roosevelt, when the president reports on his own foreign goings on. Only Lord Halifax had out- Roosevclted Mr. Roosevelt. He had urged the gentlemen of the press and radio lo take olT their coats, and there ;hc coats hung, wilting, in the August humidity on the back of little gold drawing room chairs. "Here is a situation to be watched," I thought quickly. "When the British ambassador and the press take off their coats and literally roll up their sleeves together, something is going ^to happen." Nothing in particular seemed to happen except reassurance of peace and good will. You'd never have been able to tell from Lord Halifax's manner or that of Sir Alexander Cadogen (pronounced Kay-due-gin) that cither gentleman had ever heard of the Lend- Lease agitation. It was Paul Wooton who asked the G-l-dollar question. "Mr. Ambassador, is it tcue that Britain wishes an extension of the Lend-Leasc?" There was a breathless pause in the general atmosphere. But a pause of a fraction of a .fraction of a second: "I rather believe," said Lord Halifax. "I rather fancy that some people are thinking faster on the subject of Lcnd- Leasc than we ourselves are thinking." Several more 6-1-dollar questions on the same ticklish theme were asked. But the ambassador lost not a single dash of composure. He even tossed off a little joke here a.nd there in the best White House manner. It was evident, certainly to ' an American with a nationalistic turn of mind, that the British, having heard the rough reverberations of their recent trial shot, hinting that we must supply them further with Lcnd-Leasc, have decided to pipe down, as one would say in Scotland, until the mood ot the United States has become more receptive. Broadway and =ByJACKLAFT HOLLYWOODIA: J,ana Turner- seen with Turhan Bay... Actor Philip Ahn and parnm , < ? u "; 1 "l" *i"noc Willa Kim, an all-Korean romance...Lois Collier going hack to Her home in South Carolina for Ihc Ilrst time since she started in sons in-the service—Roger j t -, the Air Forces, and Thornti ln"il° Navy, and he claims the -movl melodrama injures them. • "ANTHONY ABBOTT" » h crashed. Readers Dlsc«t with-,?' first mystery story the little nun" nine ever carried is Fulton 'CW ler, radio whiz, who edited i.ouiii-y Ann Shirley re- magazines, himself. ..N'cw Yo k cui)eraling y at the'home 'of Marsha models arc. forming a Kulld-noi t HunV-no one allowed to visit ex- , in ,on. but an organiz.-.tior, r<lr Muni uu u - __ tua , prolccl j oni regulation of MS. bilious amateurs and olh':r m»i] tcrs for the good of the professionals. Marion .Meredith j, th Hunt—no one ccpt Adrinn Scott...Steve Y'- 1 '.^. says he will marry Mary O'H.ira. Columbia baby 8 tar. .Weird combo -starlet Peggy Ryan. 18. and M-ix'e Roscnbloom, at the ban game ..Waller Benson, Tommy Dorsoy bandsman, and Marie Usborne, former moppet star. Deanna Durbin's stand-in a mance. ..Garbo out after dark -or now ro- the first time since and without her cane. her accident—- THE FASCINATING STORY of an amazing man has just been published by Caxton, "The Oracle of Broadway." It is the biography of Oliver Morosco, written by his third wife, Helen, and unique in that she tells it in the first person as of him. ..Morosco is the J-.-tbu.lous theatrical producer who, starling as H child acrobat in San Francisco, became the monarch of the theatre in Los Angeles, and later one of the leading producers on Broadway.. ..In addition to operating a dozen playhouses at one time, he produced such classics as Peg O' My' Heart," "Bird of Paradise/ 1 "Abie's Irish Rose" (which he lost through a strange incident), "Canary College," the scries of "Letty" musicals—and the first two plays written by yours truly, "Help Wanted" and "One of Us' .His operations ran into millions and he was sitting on lop of the amusement world on both coasts 'ind between them, when he ran the for. organiser. . .James S. mor N. Y. Police has started a mail order schooiuj train detectives. .Tallulah Em,),, head wires us that she went on the ivagon at the time of Dunk not Pearl Harbor; that she Is L on—and how come I saH j. ^. her knock off a. couple or cocktails? Maybe it -wasn't she, bull can't imagine that therc^arc TWO ladies as beautiful as " ARTURO DE CORDOVA," L4T cst film femme heart-stimulant, <,. I coning pretty Gertrude Baytic f' around Broadway bistros, •n-fcn e £ Lupe Vole?., 3,000 miles away, j" gnaws her nail-polish. . .Tho locktj £ at Margo's slim white throat btarj I an inscription (confidential) by Lt. I Eddie Albert. . .Harry Carey" j r ^ ^ son of the screen veteran, honcy^ d mooning with Marilyn Fix, alter t a soiio voc<: ceremony. E and between them, wncn n>: '- l "i in ~ figure Frances V into wife trouble. The details of Wood Herman's warMor. his relations with ihe girl he mat Wa ' wingate, the Wall Su ricd when he was scarcely more ^ ^^ Wayne about each than a child top any of the dramas he ever-staged. His empire fell apart when everything he owned. ncluding the receipts of all his enterprises, were tied up by her [,-iwyers. He was taken in hand by "some Now York sharpshooters. They incorporated his name, sold ilue'sky, and wound up in Atlanta .A kindly, courageous, generous genius, he shared his-power and prosperity opcn-handcdly and kept nis grief's to himself. Even his most intimate friends will be astounded that they knew so little of the progressive misfortunes which dogged this giant of courage and accomplishment.. ..He founded what is now Paramount Pictures—and gave it away; that episode is worth a few" paragraph n thiy book- so you can imagine the material which, rates hundreds of pages: ETHEL MERMAN" and her hus- jnnd, Major Bob 1 Levitt, are again under one roof. She will play Sadie Thompson soon. .. .Billy and Ben Maixhjn have cleaned up i:i reo.1 estate around the iegfeld Theater, which they nought, and which will he the cen- cr of the New York- rialio after the war...Nellie ReMcll. the most famous press agent in American history, is returning to that Held . ., Now they have Gloria DeHavcn tied up with David Street.. .Evelyn Carmcl. the Venus do Nylon, sec- ing George Uffnor, the money-man ..Bobby Orr. Conovcr beaut, and Marino Vvt, Jim Locke will wed Sunday, ot the Little Church Around the Corner. . .They tell mo Roscoc Atcs, the stuttering film comic, managed to propose 10 Verda of the Rodik (stage) twins...Ruth Waldo, prciiy heroine of the Jack Topping gambling court case, being courted by Ray Doodge. . .Dodic Mitchell, Lntin Quarter showgirl, parking next to Lou Parker, the actor, in our principal cafes ..Tom Quinn likes Helen Forrest, the canary. HENRY JEROME, the orchis- £ Ira leader, beating everybody f else's time with Toni Sari, the f balk-rina. Eleanor Premiss,model, f still true to Major Hershel Bcai- j ley, who's been in the South Pi- ». cilic 38 months .John Jacob As- |. tor has a hereditary interest fa {; figures; he thinks Mary Jane Lawson, skater, has the most iritcretf. Wayne, aad Streetcr, £ other, f r Per capita' consumption of. chow- ing sum increased from 39 slicks in 19H to 130 in 19-11. YOUR KYKGLASSES SHOP C. H. Tomlinson Nctiry Building Conn. STORE CLOSED AIX DAY EACH MONDAY DtFUIXU JULY AND AUGUST GODFREY HAMMOND, former cdi'.or of Po])ulGr Science Magazine, will be appointed Republican National Publicity Director. He is unknown in political circles.... GHQ for the bookmakers is now on Slnicn Island, our Mayor might like to know.. .A Hollywood actors' agent skipped West, leaving $5,000 in bad checks for gin rummy losses ;it the Friars Club...Gypsy Rose Lcc says she's expecting it in February—and her husband is "engaged" to another woman...A topflight magazine now on the stands carries a story about Seaman Tweed, the long-lost hero of Guam, reporting that his greatest worry was that his wife might give him up for dc;id and remarry: he divorced her a few days nfter he got back, by mutual agreement—an agreement made before she wns evacuated from G-.miii . ,]t sounded a little silly when Roger Touhy, with .IPS year's hanging over him in the Illinois Big House, sued 20th Century- Fox for $1.000.000 on .grounds that "Roger Touhy, Gangster." the film, defames him. Bui in his brief he reveals that he has two GENE KP.UPA is drawing jie bobby sockcrs, and Hie special squad hunting khaki wacky vic- lory leensicrs keeps a busy eye <a lha Capitol stage door. A policewoman picked up one Ji-year-old, who wore one red sock and ont blue one. Mrs. Cop looked down inquiringly. "Yeah," piped the kid, "Jtnd what's even funnier is —I got anoiher pair just like 'em." Walter Winchell's column will l>o roumod on his roturn, Sept 1. During his :ihsojico Jack I-aifs column will appear on Sfondays and \Vedn<.'»d:i>i>. You're Telling Me! •'- By WftllAM KITT h (Central ITC«» writer) > THE FINNS have given G«oral Mannerheim the job of running their government as Veil « running their army. His first a&ae must be G-corge. The Nazis have no mr.r.nore £t nil. Look at 'cm ducking out the backdoor of Paris at news OIK company's comir.g. In Homliinis :i mountain' h shrinking: while in Mexico another is expanding. Co'uldn't he sonic *<"» f. of J^end-Loaso could it.; v Zndok Dumkopf snys he understands the gloom in Berlin is so thick 'it's a wonder the Allied sir- men arc ever able to find it.-.- Hitler h.-u? put a lot of his pen- | orals in the dog house. Well, that's | n lot safer place for then; lobe f than the western front. F On liolh ll>c c;i>l«*rn :in<1 w**t*ra fronts the C.<Tinan oagle l>ojrin» (o Inok like a rnigluy soared chick- on. The Bulgarians want to get ou: of the war. Well, they hay' * mighty good excuse—it wasn't »' all like Hitler advertised it. Oklahoma produces every crop grown in the U. S. and 35 million of its 4.1 million acres -ire uW for agriculiural purposes. f G. C. Murphy CoJ * BUY WAR BONDS *

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