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'and tutter and choice -19.00~: few high prime 20.CO-2^«); com- d vealers 10.00' 2,000; spring lamb trade fully 60 and extremes '/and primu fairly freely srHali percentage of iambs; numefous lots mix- L "arj4,.cn'(}Ice 21.00-22.00; ' wWclt" e'toy few utili- ultlity ' find good steady; &ucE \ai ' •*— , u»^j*m — LlVO y; ^receipts'^09 coops j "' —••-""- "unchanged; light hens ers^or. broildk> 24*26: old j3is54;''Vaponettes 27-28. iJi.AJ3--.TCTx-.. ^ggi^BO; Boyle alance steady; * «^ • V , w ' *i .. wolesale buying Continues irofn i*age Ofte fote the second world war. A genehiti'on ago drUggiSU worked ah average ot 60 houfs a week. That has beeh cut to 43 hours irt most areas, to 40 in a nber of large cities. In most stales a young man can become a registered pharmacist and a year of internship in a dru,t docsnt have to pound the pave- after four years of college Study store," said Willinsham. "And ne nient looking for work* "The job? are there waiting. An'd there are plenty Of openings at the top, ,There is a big need for drugstore managers. A man can work himself up to the $50,000 a year class, or higher just as he can in any other field. "Owners of pharmacies make more money on the average than either dcniists or lawyers.' He cited the case of George B. Burrus a soda .fountain clerk who studied pharmacy in his spare lime, now is president of the Peoples Drugstore Chin, which has J51 stores and does an annual 61 million dollar volume. Another ex-pharmacist who rose to the top in management Harry J. Loynd, neads, Parke, Davis & Co. which manufactured $109,000000 Worth of Pharmaceuticals in 1953, While industry leaders have the welcome mat out for girl students in pharmacy they don't expect the ladies to s olvc the current shortage. "They work an average of four years—then get married,'' said Willingham. Keeping the soda fountain 1 ? manned is about 'as much' of'a problem as keeping the prescription counter staffed. One big reason; The' operators resent the old tags "soda jerk' and " "soda years., %m$'fylh- cash WjSfi"' P ealin >9 squirt. One manufacturer tried to glamorize the job by creating a new title"fountaineers." But the campaign flopped quickly. "Another suggestion is to cail them 'fizz kids, " remarked Willingham, and asked hopefu'ly "Do you think, It will catch on? As a retired soda jerk myself I think they need a name with m°rc military romance behind It'—maybe something I ike "marshmaljow grenadiers' pr "scoop colonels.' Cjhyrchill, (Eden Return to Britain By WILBUB LANDRgY LONDdfr," tUP) —Prime Mini- ston Churchill returns home today to follow u p his mission of ironing out differences between the United States and Britain. Churchill and Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden, whom the prime minister introduced ns his succes sor in Washington, steamed into home waters pboard the Linpr Queen Elizabeth from their visit to President Elsenhower. ' The gueen Ellzapeth was scheduled to dock at Southampton at & p.m. (12 noon EDTJ. A special 'train waited at the docks Jo rush Churchilj "back" to No. 10 downing street his offjcial London residence. He was expected to call a cabinet meeting tomorrow and report to the House of Commons op his American mission tomorrow and report to the House of Com- French Send More Men to Indochina PRIS (W) — fMe French go- ernmeht tot>k preliminary steps today to bring its expeditionary force in Indochina up to its full, pre- Dlen Bien Phu strength. in addition' to assuring the security of the Hanoi area the action was aimed at showing the world that Fiance is not headed for a "peace of capulatioh " in Indochina i The decision disclosed by sources present at the two hours and 45 minutes cabinet session at the foreign ministry under the chairmanship of Preirner and Foreign Minister Perre Mcndes* France. No communque was issued. But it was understood Mendes-France might announce the steps taken to the national assembly sometime later today. With only 15 days left to achieve his announced goal of an Indochina ceasefire by July 20 Mendes-France won approval of a plan to reinforce and safeguard the securty of the French expendilionary force, the sources said. By filling in the thinned French ranks with professional soldierse from North Africa accupped Germany and metropolitian France the government would bring the expenditionary force rlughly up to the level of strength it had before it suffered its stonning defeat at the isolated North Indochina fortress of Dien Bien Phu in early May. Gen. Paul Ely, new Far Eastern commander, reported losses to- talled 20,000 men throughout Indochina in the March-May period. Authorized sources said Mendes- France, who doubles as foreign minister, will go "to Geneva "soon after" . July 8 for the second round of Indochina talks. Mendes-France is now at the half-way mark, of his time schedule on Indochina. He has only 15 days left in which to make good on his peace in Indochina-or- resign pledge made at his investiture on June 20. Pilot Kills Ycujthful Gunman CURB CLtMBEfl GOES IT THE EASY WAV-Boon to invalids is this, wlieel enables the passenger to" climb or descend from curbs without assistance/Herbert Tratnposai,-ictt,- one of its designers, demonstrates the vehicle, developed at New York University's engineering .college. Close-up of mechanism, right, shows jthe retractable rods, controlled by handles on the 'fchair arms, which raise or lower the self-help chair. CLEVELAND — (/P)"Five minutes before takeoff time. 53 passengers buckled themselves into an American Airliner DC6 as it was being prepared to leave the blocks at Cleveland Hopkins Airport. Then a 280-pound, la-ynar-old boy and denim the loading ramp and into the cbckpit. Waving a broken revolver, he ordered Capt. in a leather jacket trousers lumbered up IT'S ATOM-PROOF—"The Swedish Navy's new "Plejad" motor torpedo boat is said to be the first ship'ever designed^to,resist the effects of an atomic bomb, according to sources in Stockholm. It has a displacement of 150 tons and a maximum speed of 40 knots. mons on his American mission to- morrpw or .Thursday. Churchill and Eden arrived home to a warm welcome. British public opinion hailed the trip as a personal sucpess lor Churchill. Officials of both countries were busy with affairs putlined jat the Washington meeting, • A $udy group of American and British diplomats met in London for the second time to devise the legal formula' for restoring West German sovereignty even if France jfajls to approve the European army. West' German officiate expected IheJr sovereignty b,y Sen- iAmttnvt * * 41 Senators Endorse McClellan LITTLE ROCK, July 7. (UP) Endorsement letters from ^41 De mbcratic members if the Senate foi Senate for John L. McClellan's work in the Army-Mc.Carthy hearings have been given the senatoi for use in his race for re-election The disclosure was made at Me Clellan's office in Washintgon and at his campaign headquarters hero last night. One of -the letters was written by J. William Fulbright, the Junior senator from "Arkansas. McCl,ellan is seeking a third term against fprmer Gov. Sid McMath and National Democratic Committeeman Paul Chambers. He is thc ranking Democrat on the McCarthy subcommittee and the letters sig nify a willingness of the Democrats to follow his "lead i nreported moves to oust Republican Sen. Joseph McCarthy as chairman of the committee. ' Phillip Back, McClellan's campaign advertising manager, said the lettef will be presentetl to the senator at his formal campaign opening July 10 at Malvern. Along with the letters is one from Stephen A. Mitchell, chairman of thf national democratic committee. Mjtphe'll 'said praise of McClellan's performance in t he hearings is "shared b y Democrats in FINGER'"-OF DEATH—The' lethal power of the British "Crocodile," a flame-throwing Churchill- type tank, is demonstrated, during maneuvers at Salisbury, England. Picture demonstrates distance '...-'"'"' •.••:••..>!-••. the spout of fire can be thrown. FOR GOODNESS SNAKE . |into a switch LONOKE'UP) — A four-foot snake j station at a nearby sub- tied tip electric service here for an hour last night. The local manager for Arkansas Power and Light Company, John Matthews, said the sna The reptile short-circuited a 110,000-volt line. \ About 60 per cent of the world's William F. Bonnell to "fly to Mexico or be shot." The pilot dug into his flight bag and whipped out his own revolver. He fired twice. The youth, .Raymond A. Kuchenmeister Jr., died an hour Inter at a hospital with bullet wounds in his right hip and chest. "What the hell could a guy do?' asked the pilot 1 ater yesterday, after he brought the flight to 'St. Louis where is stopped over briefly en route to Fort Worth, Tex , and Mexico City. Capt. Bonnell, a Clcvelander, said: "I had a maniac on my plane We had women and children. . ." At first he thought it was a joke, he said. "I asked the flight engineer and co-pilot if they knew who this fellow was. The fellow said, 'its none of your damn business.' "He had a sawed-off pistol in his hand. I tried- to kid him along. He had thc sum pointed at my side. While sitting there I dropped my hand down into my bug and pulled out a Colt .38 which I keep there. "I got the gun out. Then the en ginner thought of some reason to turn on the switch and asked the fellow to.reach tw and turn it on The fellow did. I shot him in the hip. He still had the gun. "He sagged a bit. I let him have it again, a little higher." Most ot the passengers aboarc the flight, which originated in Ne'.' York, did not realize what had. hap pened until the boy was, remove from the cockpit. The plane lo: about an hour late. Standing near the ramp wliil his brother was shot was 12-ycai old Donald, who told police the tw boys had left their home, a run down old farmhouse in suburba Parma, to "get jobs as cowboys Donald "got scared' as the neared the edge of the field, "I told him to go ahead and would h itchhike out later.' The boys' mother, Mrs. Rut Kuchenmeister, 42, was alone 'wit her five other children whRii th news came. Mercury Hit* Highest Tuesday By the AsS6c!aW3 Pr*S* ;. .' The mercury climbed to Its hlfn* est point in two years fit IJeQueefi yesterday. H. : Observers said the: reading oE 104 degrees m ay even be ah all* time high, bul no records PSi«, to prove or disprove it. ' t f Thei I ighost Arkansas reading ft-' ported to the W. S! Weather-'Btt- reau al Little Rock yeetetdty. was a 10G at Arkadclphia. El Dofadrt came next with.a high of 105, aha Newport with 104. Several other cities hit the 100 mark or. just above it. Lillle Rock recorded a 101 temperature. Fort Smith rnported a light fain yesterday. It had a high of 98, Fayettevillc had a high of 99"" Ozark 95. Collections of Liquor Tax Prop LITTLE ROCK UP) A new low i liquor lax collections '— '$,» 34,011 was reported yesterdai' y thc Stale Revenue 'Department ir 1953-54. Collections were at.their lowest oint since 1944-45, department Of-'J|! cials said. '' The department also reported a ecline in beer taxes .Revenue Department ; officials aid they thought the: decline might e due to "tightening of economic onditions; high taxes;, and a vol- ntary moderation on the part of :quor customers.' aid. She described the boy as an iverage student but "frustrated^ •-.nd bitter" because "he was.-too jig to pass for a child und-too oung to get a m ans job. "He liked to go to . -Western movies and read about the .West | n magazines. Lately he kept taik- ng about going to Montana 'and jeing a cowboy,' she said through .ears. • . • 'I told him it wouldn't be .like he saw in the movies but he said: Out there they treat you like SL man. " . * Thc gun Raymond carried had been given his father, a truck- driver, by a friend some seven years ago, she said. "I haven't seen itaround the house for at least two years and I thought it had been thrown away.'' The mother looked around'-'the old farmhouse arrd said: "Ever since he was 12 he worried .about our living conditions.. He wanted to work. He wanted.^ bring in money for me He talked abeut buying a house to rrake it nice for us. He was my favorite child.' Then she asked: / : /" : "Why did- they have to shp.pt .a [*ir«r)V J ox in XIUUUL uu |jt=j. \.*,**i. w* *»*«- .. •—»-*-. — — ••- t ^ i • i n» ak« crawled population live in Asia and Africa 'I never took him seriously, sne kid? SAVE ! *3r-JF%,-'-l^- mmm- m every JocaJity I have visited since the hearings began." Fulbright praised McClellans 'fine job' and he promised 19 help M,pClellan "prevent any further _abuse'"of the senates investigative powers. CHURCH HEAD—William R. Knox, of Boston, Mass., is the new president of The Mother Church, First Church pf .Christ, Scientist. He was .chosen at the annual meeting in Boston,-attended by .Christian. Scientists from many parts of the world. In Washington, a second study group prepared to work on plans tor a Southeast Asia defense pact even if the' Geneva conference fails to achieve peace in Indochina. Churchill was expected to throw his weight behind both projects. However, British officials beljeved the basic Anglo-American differ- pices Jn approach to Southeast Asia piay be far from settled. Best trade-in allowances, easiest terms in town Own a powerful new Hornet, Wasp or Jet and his assistant the Rev. John J, Ward, were taking the money to a i bank yesterday, officers said, i They were stopped at a traffic 1 light and the trio tossed pepper into their eyes, grabbed the bag I of money, hit Father Ward when he protested, and fjed, Mew Jet Has Passed Tests WASHINGTON UP) — The Ail- Force says a newk daylight jet lighter — which reportedly has flown up to about 1,500 miles an hour — has passed flying tc-sts at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif. Yesterda'v's cryptic announcement discjosed that .the Lockheed XF104, an "air superiority' fighter, had made it's first flight last February. The Air Fence gave out litlle specjfic information. However, other reliable sojurces have said the ship weighs only a, bout half as mnrh as jets now in tho air, but is twice as fast as the swiftest of them. Air JERMELONS - v« 3lbi, CURB MARKET TBXARKANA (fl») — City officials have ordered an investigation of a proposal to move personnel of the U. S. Weather Bureau station here, along the Texarkana area w|th only modified weather ser- ice. E. L. Hardy of Fort Worth, regional director of the U, S. Weather Pwreau, told a luncheon group here that tne movement of per- soivwl will start July 31. JJ»rdy 9 aJ4 «WP procal agree- $$«o.c}atlon will t8k,e pvei- obaerva- iojn §ervi9e tf the local station, and am |ov*c?st* 'will come out of or Shreveport stations. therecpvocal agree' Abandonment Port of Reel Agreement By WILLIAM D. LAFFLER UP Staff Correspondent Indochinese sources in Paris said today the French abandoned part 1 of the Bed River delta to the Communists in carrying out a secret agrement rnado with the Beds at the Geneva conference. The sources, who chose to remain unidentified, said the Geneva accord explained why tho French pulled back without destroying any property. Emissaries of Red $ndochina leader Ho Chi Minh at Geneva told the French Ihey particularly wanted tha textile center of Nam Dinh, a city of 100,000 population just 45 miles southeast of Hanoi Nam Dinh was abandoned last week. The delta d eal allegedly was made at a meeting several weeks ago in Geneva between French and Communist members of a military eornmitlee charged wilh regrouping opposing forces into separate forces after a cease fire has been negolialed. French high command spokesmen al Hanoi repeatedly have 'denied t hat iiny deal was made with the Rpds. They explained that Nam Dinh was evacuated in a "purely military" operation because the city ^f^^^WP^f * **•• \^?>" t V'.r'T Wednesday, July 7, 1954 HOP I SfAft,HOt»t, ARKANSAS CIETY Phon* 74431 B«tw««n I A, M. And 4 P. M, Calendar 3 ^Monday July 12 Circle 0 of the WSCS of the First ^Methodist Church will have a meet- ing'Monday, July 12, at 3:30 p. m. vJt -the church. Poplar Grove 196 Meets Poplar Grove 196, Woodman Cir- Sue Foster. He will return to Ft Benning on July 14. Miss Beveriy Jane Rider of Houston, Texas, is visiting her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rider in Hope. Mr and Mrs. L. A. Walker had as their guests over the. holiday weekend Mr. and Mrs. Ben M. Da vis and son of Marshall, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Walker and children clc, met last night at the WOW Hall o£ • ^ Mrs T j Walkef and ; f.0r. a regular monthly business meeting, Miss Lucille Walls stale niahager, presided. •. Jyirs. Ellis, chaplain, opened the meeting with prayer The group vot- pd.tp have a verj' .short meeting be- (ijyitsc of the hot weather. Bills were presented and ordered paid. ,. Miss Walls gave a brief summary of her trip to the WOW Home at_Sherman, Texas, v .A, picnic .to be held Tuesday, July 2Q,'.at Fair Park was discussed. .'Mrs. Faris' won the door prize. Coming and Going ••.Miss Nancy Hays is attending the itional Pi Beta Phi convention M-r and Mrs. Lee Womble and children of Houslon. Miss Marilyn Choniski of Arlington, Va., has arrived for a visit with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. N. May, Sr. She was accompanied by Miss Beene Brownfield, daughter of Col. and Mrs. Brownfield of the An Force who arc being transferred from Arlington to Ft. Worth. Mrs. L. A. Walker and daughter, Jean, are leaving Tnursday for a visit in Rogers, Arkansas. Hospital Notes Branch Admitted: Mr. Frank Perez, the Romcy Plaza Holel in Miami Beach", Florida. Nancy is a senior at Randolph Macon Woman's Col- j c.™"^^as/'lVIrs/ Delorc/ Moni 0 ^i n ._^ C ^ g i, V ^ la iu l ! n li S :toya-.. Gary, Indiana Mr. Richard Swank, Chicago, 111. Emma Stuart Hope, Mr. Watl'rey Bobo. Rl. 1 Hope, Mr. Wash'burn, Monet, Mis souri. Discharged: Lurlene Sewell, Pat- rriens Fraternity She will be gone lew; two weeks for every time of the day. DOROTHY. DIX An Imagined Slight he says he does. Yet,,wtte1] ed him what we should at, Sandra, he said 1^ shotiift t| he doesn't care too much for Dear Miss Dix: Perhaps this p.ro-hher becomes betted * blem should have been relegated to with yoUt friertas, ,ara the past, but since it's frequently that your judgeftteftt m on my mind. I'd like your opinion companions Is reliable, Except for this one occasion I'veilax the dating rulfs. always gotton along with my in- TT*""^"*** laws, and am sure they like me. Se- Dear M)Ss Dix: My vcral months ago. when my baby j friend and 1 like the was almost due, my husband got;think he prefers me an offer of a fine Job in his home town and had to leave me here; When he was home his family had a big dinner, primarily to Welcome a relative who had arrived from Europe and whom none of the younger! Answers It's ujl w th6 members of the family, including' y our gi r j friend posited fli I my husband, had ever met. I wasn'ti state of his affections., it 'invited, and the oversight still hurts ra ther likes having two" i me. U was the firsl and only time Upcn-agcrs aS 'rivals tot ... 1 was ever Icfl oul of anything. !f cc lions and, since he's" rnl$ MRS. E. young to be serious abdUt •*"' Not Worth A t-uss is doubtless Willing,to te Answer: Suiely you nre adult en-i nation drift along as is. "I ough to Ipl one oversight be tor- cue from that and don't gotton in the general kindness of ters. you in-law relationship, which seem lo be ideal. The family either had | the dinner on the spur of the moment, with no time allowances for you Dear Miss Dixt 1 .Colild^ me the names of some pOofi "How to Write Lovo l>5ttei MAttK Answer: Love letters V sh6ti|i be written by rulo or'note): llf ill fcin- •'*- *«.«»•••"«• o- . " . , . .. ., sins for V neckline. Surplice sweater (center) is in usnt- Miss Ruth Erwin returned to Lit tic'Rock Monday, after spending . the-Weekend with her parents, Mr. mos - Sue Bam > H °P e ' Julla Peck ard Mrs. Joe Erwin. Ruth is enroll- Hope. «? at Draughon's School of Busi- Julia Chester ness. Admitted: John Allen Ross, Hope ••.'•>:.'• Mrs. Ray Thornton Hope, Mrs. ^Airman Third Class Denal Crider Emma J. Martin, Patmos, Rejena of Kecslcr Air Force Base, Biloxi,' Kay Caldwell, Rt. 4, Hope, Billie Miss., left Monday for San Antonio ( Faye Mood, Hope, .after spending a few days with his Discharged: Mrs. Frank Arm- parcnts, Mr. and Mrs. Freeman strong, Texarkana, Arkansas Mrs. Copytigkl »S4 br Hemttcgl Hcutl, Inc. Diilribu'cd by NEA Senic« The Mighty MlLO By PHILLIPS ROGERS Itwu rninirios. Anspach i? a Ger- you myself!" Milo heard her as who couldn't? Galento had been backing away, making , a dive and butting Milo in the'stomach. This time, instead of taking il Milo moved sideways and Galento went on past, ending up wilh his arms practically around Dawn ODuy's ankles. , The Glutz, .man name. I guess, although I Story: Through Herman.!never heard it before. Who Jki Milo and his. pupil/ Fred' Germany over contribute to the Anspach have been matched to. world of sports besides Schim'l- appear at a local -burlesque theater " Cr'ider of Hope. j Roy Mouser, Hope, Mrs. B. C. Cox i Hope, James Russell Rowe, Sara-.-:. Mrs. Carl Brown and son, Imon,'toga, Mrs/Nancy Eddy, Lewisville .ofcBlevins, and Mrs. Charles Brown Mrs. Tony G. Clark, Patmos, Mrs. i 1 "daughter, Delores of Fort Ben- Alvin Hamilton and son, Columbus against unnamed wrestling oppo- nets. Fred finds -being back-stage very exciting. XIV I could of told him but time was going on aspace, ;>s ihey say in books. Before I could even 6 Americans in British Open Play SOUTHPORT, England I/PI — The :o!-»oUng that counU-.lnrl.ta the to travel the considerable distance belwecn ihcir home and yours, or they thought the trip loo much in ( __ view of your condition. To hold an)should be spontaneous\e3tpif' imagined slight — or even a real of your own feelings, TP "*' W I one — for any lenglh ot time is to know how other" p very childish. Suppose every thou-'I ed love letters, read* sc ghllcss acl of you was eternally re-1 immortal ones Such as mcmbered and resented by others? ipondence between,RObc.rrBW Your life would be pretty miser- and Elizabeth • Barrett ^Jli able, wouldn't UV And there must olhing stilted or copied abor have been many such actions in " ' - li --'-"••" u**«ti 1 your life. Rare indeed is the per! son who, consciously or unconsciously, has never slighted another, never been guilty of an unkind dead or an uncharitable word. That your in-laws have only such mark again- 1 st.them speaks very well for their attitude'toward you, and. also for your love of them Forget the din- Maybe this helped to arouse MT.o shooting tuai counts siaris n ,mc ixr™"W£r« ^;tjrtxss-r^ , fz own »»t,.,,o lo spe «k .-„* who" A™™"";;. ««°"l.:" ,' JJ «;'« S™;idnm«1 Miss Dix: My mother does like me lo date, but when boys own DOOIS. -so LU t,i.»;uri v. ..o ,-,...-..,.. ., come to lhe house she's very plea- she busiah to yell again louder than pionship pay over - the G,837-yaid, rm w and o]d cn ever, a, lol of words thai were Par-73, Birkdala course. | ough| T strictly comprehensible to me. I heard the actor who was rc-f- They made the grade wilh. quaili-j snows _ Tying totals of 151" a'ncl :better as! think to go to dances and J. C. think, he says "I know Hacken- creeing whisper "Nir.e minutes." J320 golfers parlicipatccl in the two schmidt.' . i There went the mnt on those; fHyu uauglllt:!, lycujieo VJi. J.- Ul v jjcii- /-iivill AAaimii.wii an»-t 0^1*, v^.«..,..w...., 1i»lil^' UllCrC VvGUl 111K IIK'.I UU uiu»^ nihg, Ga., spent the day with Mr. ;Mr. H. G. Hairston. Hope, Mrs. Bob Suddenly all those rows ol. J ^ ! wherl]s thc , y cal i dollies. The fe!- vvc, : and Mrs. Erwin Yarberry and Mrs. Harvey Foster. Pvt. James M. Erwin will arrive -home this Week to spend a leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Erwin. Ho has completed his basic training from the Signal and Communications School at Camp Gordon, Georgia. Following his leave, ^•wiii report to Fort Lewis. Washington, for overseas duty. . . . . , . werls c , Turnev and son, Hope, Mr. A. W. across the front of tne s iv ^ vvc, : - an sa Pickard, Hope. Percy James and Billie Faye Moore of Hope have a daughter born at 4:00 today. out and a ioud-speakc, began say ing, louder than t, , e oichesli- even "We are proud to .Dawn O'Day a lovely little dancer —and we mean lovely." .'-'Mr and Mrs L. H. Reynolds and daughter, Maryinel of Opelousas, La. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Horn and Bar i-y of Springfield, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Malone, Peggy an'el Kathy of Shumaker, spent the hqf*. iday weekend with their parent's", jilr. and Mrs. E. M. Leverett. ./ fc, Harvey Foster of Fort;Ben- ng. Ga., is home for a fifteen day leave and will visit his wife Mrs. ;on the stage and a microphone i conies from somewhere for him lo talk through I heard.) On my She turned out to be the rpd -| right Sailor Hackenschmidt," and headed girl that looked like Betty i real jy thou « ht it was m y opponent- Jane Blanc only bigger. The same un(il the r ; ianage ,. began to push make truck, but on a larger chas-; me tm . OUK h t he ropes. I dont re- sis, : so to speak-on, a rritrch- larger ; m( , rnber t }, ie name of the tr.->mo chassis. Just one, round light went ; w h o was my versus. When he ha i on and there she was i n the middle | been hil . cc , \ }y lhe manage r it was of it. She VJokcd even..more beauli- En act ol - c "h a rity. Followi:is my which meant that Galenlo had only j preliminary rounds. one minute to upliold his title lol Australia's Non-nan Vun Nida set being called Ten-Minute. j the pace yesterday in the tourney ful than' when she bad passed where.we were dressing so often. instructions I tried to keep birr, on his fee': as lon;> as I could. BY REFRIGERATION! • NOW • > FEATURE. TIMES 2:45 - 4:55 - 7:08 - 9:21 M-G-M's GREATEST OUTDOOR COLOR DRAMA! SEE! APACHE HORDES SHOOT A CURTAIN OF ARROWS! • PRETTY GIRL LEADER ESCAPES FROM FORT! * HAND-TO-HAND COMBAT UNDER A TORRENTIAL WATERFALL! The Drunkard 7 Passes Its 31st Year By HUBBARD KEAVY For Bob Thomas ; : HOLLYWOOD (ffl I have just talked with a man who holds a unique distinction: he has been to "The Drunkard" 183 times. "The Drunkard, that Ihcalrical phenomenon, was 31 years old last night. Seymour Hess, an exlroverl whose business is reviving ailing j he was sure thai way now. Then business firms, was there — for!Dawn started lo undo her dress. . ,•".-'*•" ••" ; bll iU-H'USKTJ , us J iv-t.i jiv..-. *..-.- lhe 7,816th performance and his ;an d I could see him begin lo tak»! cal £ d hei . a(;t aftcrwardi and lhe iRSrH inleresl in spile of "nimsolf. Youi ,. . . n:_., TT.^—,.u.** never saw a dress hooks anci zippers. He makes a flying tackle-at Milo (that saw three of tho mnc-man who is'standing there waiting for American delegation eliminated, him to get up, and this timc-|Von Nida .shot a 70-07-137 tor tho surprise! Milo steps aside, as he did before but this time ho catches Galentos. wrist pulls, and gets behind him with an arm drag. Before low scorp in the qualifying round The Americans stayed close to the little Australian. Vclerun Gene Sarazon of Germanlown, N.Y., and 'Galento knows what is which Milo amateur Frank Stranahan of Tolc- applies a body lift, which ic usal-jclo were tied for second place in y used to bring your ..dversary to;the 3(i-hole qualifying round. the mat bui with -Galcnto's' feet ofEi The 52-yi;ar-old Saraxeri,' w She had on a blue dress that began' the downstairs customers could up under her chin and went clear L ce wnat j le looked like, U thoy to the, floor. Instead of dancing, ! wan ( ec ] t o . i c;i n't even remember like she :v.-as supposed to, all shcj v/hat ho]d j USC( j to pj n him. From did was walk up and down. At first Milo just sat there, hard- in back on the stage, I heard woman's voice shouting, ly watching. He could gel the sad-1 .-choke him HoneyDoy- Twist his dest of any man I ever knew. and:j leacl O ffi- th - g Dawn Q'Day the strip-teaser, as learned they winner the floor Milo switches to an un-jof the International Senior Pro derarrn sweep and a crolch hc'li'. (Championship last ivock. shot a Dawn O'Day is still fracturing j C7-G4-141; Slranahan aKo had a 6764-141. mv eardrums 'when Galunlo goes sailing xiuht over Mile's head, the j Jjm.Turuosa of Briaivs.ff, N. Y., ropes and the footlights and stuff; and Tony Penna of Ctncmnnti fm- Ishod with 151 .• qualifying scores. down into the orchestra pit ished with 151 qualifyin The olhev "American 1 qualifiers Answer: While I agree that you are old enough for dating, I also can understand your mother's concern. It's often difficult for a parent to realize that the daughtci who was yesterday only a chile playing with dolls is today a young lady ready for dancing. As y'oui- mo Top Radio Programs NEW -YORK 1/PlRadio; Sclebte programs tonight Wednesday NBC 0:30 Spend a Million; Groucho rcpeHt'i' 7.30 ' Thcale Royal. CBS 5 Tennessee Ernie 0:30 21st Precinct; 7:30 Jack Cm son show. ABC 6 Jack Gregso hr.; 7:30 Park concert from Lan caster, Pa. MBS 0:30 Pete Lorre; 7:30 Family Theater. jtte'rs; there .dividual expresslon^y,.' WHYli?AYJMO|| b% I SsPIRWi * * , Just Like .Gives you^g^Sj annue meet the scenery, but on the out-) They play 18.ho e launds today side; ^She had on a ' sho,-,_ pla .d , and ^tomorrow ; with the 50 bes were Jimmy .Demaret of Kiamesha Q ne trapper took 96 beavers dlir- ing two weeks of the open season in Iowa Llus year. Y. whh IJ, the trunks didnt) Irons of Detroit With Al Wa skirt rind white sweater that save golfers going into the 36-holc final no more than an There was a noise just like a tire getting punctured and at first ^ nii I didnt know what to think but j dur j ' th( , c Dawn O'Day still looked pumperti, b ,' ', For' the benefit of r. few folks lalcly arrived from Siam and for some move who have learned to read since my last annual report, "The Drunkard' ' has astounded everyone by running so long. II is nol improbably that a play would go on for 21 years; it is impossible. But "The Drunkard" his done it. It paints in the broadest melodramatic terms the evils of drink. Hard drink, that is. Beer is served frp,p throughout the peH dressed the same he said "Fed formance to all spectators over 21. ' inleresl in spile of himself. *™M audience began yelling Honeyboj never saw a dress w:th so many toQ I( was c(uiu . a scnalionn . £ tand- ing there wilh lhe foollights beam- lay- up full, and then I realized it was Milo exhaling his breath. "Is beautiful,' he whispers. "Milo no see she never.' 'He like ing on me. Right beyond was the deep pit where the orchestra sat shew. 1 could see horns and thc drums and the bass fiddk; where they had been left. The manager comas out and . practically drasa me away. Ho I turned out to be a jealous char inkling ot all|Friday. .First-prize, money is 750 Hello, Hon-j pounds ($2,100). looking like a showgirl at all bul like any kid a year or so out oC high school. lhal was underneath, eyboy," she says n ot "Wher'es your little friend?' "He'll.' be out FOR REST LEAVES TOKYO Wl — - The addition of in a minute 1 \ another troop ship to .-the Army e the sa id"'''s"av,""tell me, what was air. rest-leave fleet will make it por,- e big that s.tuff"you were yelling to Milo-sjble for COO additional men from ' """ that pepp'ed him up all o£ a sud-jKorea lo have leave in Japan each I will not try, again, to explain "The Drunkard.' Maybe champion Hess can: . ''There is nothing also like il in the world. It is a play in which the audience takes part by cheer- couldn't lake his eyes off her, ai'tj rclel . T thjnk becauKO o f Dawn when she ran pasl us, still un-, rooting for me , dressed the same he said "feel; is lerrible. Milo no can wrcstli-. i Anyway this marked a lurni'.i i Milo in love.' i point in my carer, as ever since;, This was a fine how are you. JHoncyboy Hackenschmidt has bee "You can't lay down to the Italian j my pj . o ( c . g .;;, m al 'sobriquet which ing the heroine and hissing the villain." After Hess paid his way inlo 150 performances, 'producer Mildred Llse*gave him a gold lifelime pass. Now he "els in for free, bul he. always takes guests. Last night, he got in for free but bought 48 tickets foi his friends. Why does he go so often? Bo fellow who called you names said, which was psychology he might I knew b "No can help, Fed. She j is aiuv for 1 .thcr word for' a lias. rich was psychology ior ( Th(l i ol ,d-.:peakcr announced Milo pleadingly "you no care Milo talc-: have been a Turk for a,l|. mc| the o ,. lel . guy wVlo c .,ii e d him- Marmon? Fed go home -slreetcar?' but Milo disliked Italians. I ell , Ten .iviinute fJalento, meaning Surb I cared, for I was just goin;? den?' week, the' Army said today. 'Greek' uhe says. _.________-_-__ But you're not Greek. " ! lK , rc | to imagine two people get- I sure nm. My old mr.-.n has a jtj n g un der a. guy's skin in' such hash hout'e in Scranlon.' ' .-•.._ 'With an Irish name Drawn O'Day is just for th<! i yboul,'but colleges will-pay -good idifferont ways. Meanwhile, all. I llko I wanted to do was wrestle. 1 knew my reputation was being bandied stage,' she whips back. i money to get a second-rage half- Just then Milo comes out ^'"""jback and expect wrestlers ,to pay ehind the trunks, "Fed,' he says lnt!il . own way> (To Be Continued) ANNOUNCEMENT ON JULY 10 "J MR. GEO. A. MILM ci3. 'i (Consultant of the Hearing Aid Center, of Texpr^kgpc will be available to give.personal consultatiorr ~ ' ing your hearing problems, at, > WARD & SON DRUG If you have an unusual or difficult I we invite you to take advantage of thi$ op, . We carry a complete stock of batteries, and ,a|l makes of hearing aids. t • ™" Ward & Son Drug lamb. While like cloud. Milo bad, ,^.> .^,. ..... - Sure I cared, for I was just goinjj thai nobody lasted with him more to . is k hira the same thing, "' me. a ' than 10 minutes. Ho had looked cou ] r ['., u t a date wilh Dawn but. ^1 dangerous enough in clothe!-, b-i; m0 )- c iy S aUi. "What's lhe idea?' Hardy with the to man the was encircled and Communists and infiltrated by massive rejtv forcemeats defend it. would be required secondary weather stations where there are CAA personnel was (ice- tssilateci by the curtailment pf funds for both the CAA and the Weather Bureau. We're bustin' the market wide open! You'll get; so much extra for your car that it's almost sure ,to more #ian make the down payment on 9 brand-new Wudson Hornet, Wasp or Jet. Our big, big trade-in aMflw^nce will likely cut your monthly payments to a lot than you'd ever expect. SAVE HUNDREDS AT THIS TRADE-IN JAMBOREE TOL-I-TEX COMPANY IA5T THIRP 5TBIIT HOPE, ARKANSAS jpenseful Ambush Ever Filmed! MAIN & COUNTRY CUUB RDS FINAL N1TE Always A Color Cartoon t Thurs, - Fri, • AIL-STAR CQMEPY COI.OR CARTOON WIUIAM jfclANO JQHNFOKSYWi £«»«• A.Sqga Of Conquest I could have said a lot of n ic -'' J | out * O f them he was lorriiic. things about Dawn O'Day niy 80 '/jmust have lipped Iho stales at ;,.- 'miifh as Milo. bui. it was the ki'iu of 'muscle that stuck oul in hunks, all over. He must of been six fet.-t but she was too bis for and too solid for a cloud. Besides, just al that moment up comes Ihe manager Knd says,' "You handsome. Whats your nnnie?" Anybody would know he didnt "Fred Ans- real hard. of the Angels,.. . ..' • He appeared to stop -to think, and if that is what he -did. rely ... Dawn said, "What I was y ellmS lo him in Greek was that if h e threw thul. Kalian into lhe orchestra pit Id go for a rid<; with him. 1 saw you two ol out of that road- tall and HUle Mil--; waddliim along, ^ ev< afler you parked by lhe star/,; behind him, was a pathetic, sighl, | entr ' a Especially as he looked like Right tho 11 I knew she was Greek going to burst into tears at any| a n bright. "Okay, I moment. ' couldnt rasisl a d but I "They al- Hope's Finest Dept. Store I tried to cheer himup but he ' ways sa y (jiat the road to a worn- mean Milo so I said, pa'ch.' He looked at me "That's no name for a wrestler, say ^ . . Is no U15U( ^^ ji cna in an ," s hea " rl j s a roadster, he says. ••But youre no Tcl ' rible ! ) ovo we ak ake baby. No can throw AltoKethev I had nolhin.'.' to kick Turk, eilher. And with tnem fea-| faUV I about."i collected my Sin for hold- lures none of lhe Bull names,: It doosnl c [ o any good. Ga'.entoi in; , up m ,,y in an for almost Ki like Montana- or Kolmar or any hag a i roa ,5 y gone to his comer' minutcs _ T h o manager held back when Milo ' goes ' on the mat ar.d! tne $35 that Milo was supposed to I take his robe, lie makes a funny; yoli towai'iis a new boss-- fiddle little bow and lhe auilicncf; .''n(l; to taku ih,> place of lhe one hf 110 i the folks in Ihn show almost spit hu( i thrown Ten-Minute Tony Ga-j Summer Charm Secret,. i A fresli thinking was ever more inspirational. "Quick you're on lhe mat SUmUrd trim <uuj p,Uicr tpecl/icntlow ud tucc.wcle - cause more thair any olhers,,oc loving wa^n 5 '"he amuse the her smother in dismay, clasps a hand to their sides laughing. XV Giilento f.larted in boinj; rou«h light away. He coukln't sol liis 1 j i,egc hands of Milo long enough to bring Mi i c) lento into down in the orchcslra; pit, which the manager said MUo would have to pay for. to rue the d:i.v when j Dawn ODay, bul what he>-!illegal but I knew he wasn't hurt-: Meanwhile. 1 was having o thcr | ! troubles. I still hadn't had a real 1 breast, Hess pops a paper bag. To i ing Milo any thp h pro tikine a final drink, ha! Everybody was thinking il was good football olfei. shouls "Voul\ be sorry'" Everv-la gag and folks were practically , Pa was only intcreslcd in fport* one nclud ng payers likes HaLs ,rolling in the aisles. I shouted that «ot my picture, into the papers Ss "o g much tha" an uclor myself hoarse telling Milo lo get, so that he could .how his "s his once-spontaneous lines Jin there. He just circled aiound Fellows what a tueat guy he the'audience. It taking punishment, - Ui1 ""* mii Wj '"" " io enn wmle al • i , • • fchow his Odd" \vai, i when Hess isnt in the audience, illlaKing purasnment, while s,wcat rne being nis son, while all thc- dcours to me in writing this tha* and tears dampened the mat. time he was bawling me out for ocpuis to nc in wuur» 0 jg ^ be- not making a career for myself this innocent fun must seem awfully childish If Hes s wcie yoking - - - - n the -'- '- side me. outside tho ropes. I'd i and becon ing a second lealizpd that she was a big gu|lQran^p if you. can remember bu,t J\?\ Dyuf \$g- 4i,d , wm JifHL^PWt) J«,. **°&M^ fe ^»m»-* io\) feel so look SQ trim make it a. summertime habit laundered Life Bra every 4a,v« ' ,iuade that nio'Vd,, And when you weav

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