Remarks That Throw Straw Bosses For Losses lÂ»y 1IA1, 110V1.K Y011K (Al')-Rcninrks tl'.al throw straw busses for ' "Whul do you hiivo to do nroniid here to got a merit ralso besides work yourself Into nn unrly grave?" ' "They Just told mo to report t o s o m o b o d y they call Loudmouth Harry, Are you the Â·.guy.'?" "How's that again, chief? You'll navo to run that order by me olice'more. I didn't get It tho first time." ; "He'd do'ck his own mother an hour's pay If she were two minutes late." "Is this really my paycheck, Hurry, or something you planned to give to the poor ?' ' "He's 'so cheap that after he gets to knowing you better, he'll jitnrt borrowing a sandwich from you every day for bis lunch." "I don't know why everybody Is u 1 w a y s picking on you, Loudmouth, It could have been ft lot worse. Whul If, for example, they'd 'glvon us q boas with brains?" : Don't worry too much about Harry. Ever since ho got bis store tooth, his bark lias been worse, than Ills bite,:' "How nbbut It,- Loudmouth? Do you put another bar of soap In the shower room, n r . d o yu want a strike on your hands?" "If there Is anything in the factory you want to steal, Just put It In a wheelbarrow and wheel It out tho ((ales. You'll never get caught, As Jong as you're pushing n wheelbarrow, Harry thinks you ura working." "Harry started .as an executive trainee 30 years ago, but he npvor illumined to get out of basic training." . , "Harry, when you tell me something you want me to do, should I kneel and say thank you, or Is it all right If I just throw you a salute?" "Hoy, Marry, wake up--It's quilling timer Youngster Says He'll Remember Big Alligator JACKSONVILLE, Flu. (AP) -- ,I/yInjf;'Jn his hospllal bed, younK Hnvld Wayne Abboil suys no'll a l w a y s remombor "PR Juws," nil iilllaalor which grabbed 1 he boy in Its tooUiy mouth an he played in n lake, . "Ali lie can, remember nrc those big Jaws closing down on him." said the 0-year-61d boy's mother, Mrs, Fred Abbott o Jncksonvllln, "Ito won't even imc tho word nlllgutor, lie culls 't 'Fnl. Jaws.'" And h e ' w i n hnppy to hcnr .hat Florida Game mid Fresh Water Fish Commlnsion agents romovcd nn iilll|(ator from tho Jtiiull lako. wlicrc ho wus at- ncked. Officials believe It Is HID ono Hint bll tho boy, but llicy continued to hunt for nn- other whlcli Is known to inhabit the lako but Is reputedly shy of people, Although David laces about three weeks in tho hospital and maybe a skin g r a f t ' t o cover a 2W-lncli-ldnu wound In Ills right leg, his mother says ho lucky. "The wound Is between the cntf nml knco Inside the leg," MrÂ». Abbott uiitd. "It 11 fmd been on the other side, ilodors sny it could have severed vital Iciidons. And If It bud been lilKhcr, it could hnva diimugcd Ills kncecup." Tho boy'went alons with his brother on a Cub Scout outing at Jacksonville Navnl Air Station' last Tliursday' and was playing In the shallows of Casa Undu Lako at a picnic ground when Ihc alligator attacked. ; Carolyn Hlgglna, a Cub Seoul den mother, waded Into th lake, grabbed tho b o y ant pulled him from the elghl-fool reptile's jaws. Mrs. Abbott credits Mrs. Ilig gins with saving David's leg NerlhwÂ«Â»t ArkoiW TIMES, AVMTKVILlLt, ARKANMi ., Auu, 7, 197Z ' and possibly his life. I Thu alligator had the boy's whole leg In his mouth and could have srmppcrt It o f f , his mother said, ".. ; Afto'r gctilng 20 stitches to close the wound, David .was sent home. Infection set In, however, and ho was host- tullxcd the next diiy, vlio hus bean charged In con- icclion with the $21,000 robbery ast Thursday of tho PinelatW State Bank In Texas, , ' vÂ» Brooks said the next step would bo to begin, "removal proceedings" so tfiat Wells elm bo tried In the federal court for tlic Eastern District qf Texas. Wells' Bond Set Ef, DORADO, Ark. (AP) U. S. Magistrate J. S. Brooks set bond at $25,000 Monday for Ted n. \Vells, 20, of El Dorado "Get with the Girk who moke it' FABRIC CITY Highlights OfAugJ By THE; ASSOCIATED' PRESS Today is Wednesday, Aug. 9, the 222nd day of 1972. There are 144 days left in the year. Toddy'.s highlight in history:' Â·Â·Â·Oil this dale-i I n ' 1945, ' Itie United States . : dro'pped the second atomic bomb on Japan, destroying more lhan half the City of Nagasaki.;. On this date; : . In 1638, a native of Holland, Jonas Bronck, became the first settler in what is now the Bronx, N.Y. In 1831, the first train in the United Slates to be drawn by a steam locomotive made a run between the New York cities of Albany and Scheiieclady. In 1842. a border dispute between .the -United Stales , and Canada was setlle'd in the Webster-Ashburton Treaty. In 1898, Spain formally accepted peace lerms ending the Spanish-American War. In 1902. Edward TO : was crowned King of England following the death of his mother, Queen Victoria. In 1942. the British arrested the Indian nationalist, Mohandas Gandhi. He was interned until 1944. Ten years ago: The Soviet Union rejected, a new U.S. compromise proposal :fdr a treaty to end nuclear testing. Five years ago: American and North Vietnamese troops were fighting in, a previous Communist stronghold in= South Vietnam, the Song Re Valley. One year ago: At least 13 persons were killed in rioting in Belfast in Northern Ireland. Today's birthdays: Meteorologist Gordon . Dunn is 67 years old. Former movie slar Charles Farrell is 70. Thought for today: Judge a man by his questions rather than his . answers--Voltaire, French Writer,' 1694-1778. Tower Urges Tax Break For Gas, Oil Men WASHINGTON (AP) -- Sen. John Tower, R-Tex. r urged the Senate Interior Commllt.ee Tuesday lo grant oil and gas drillers greater tax incentives to stimulate oil and gas exploration in the United Stales. "Because of the national security and balance of payments implications of relying on foreign sources for at'least one- half of our petroleum needs, I find t h e present exploration trends intolerable and unaccep- lable,',' Tower said. He "urged the committee to approve his b i l l , w h i c h would give a seven, per cent investment lax credit for exploration and development of new domcslic reserves of oil and gas. Â· . Â· ' Â· Â· "In order ;for the industry' to meet the increasing demand for petroleum .in 1985 .without any proporlional increase in the dependence .on foreign supplies," he said, "the domestic petroleum industry 'would have to carry on a drilling effort more than Iwice as great as in the preceding 15 yeal's at a probable cost of $140 billion." ASKS PRICE HIKE Tower also stressed Ihe need for an immediate 1 increase in the price of oil and mitural gas. "The depressed price of oil and natural gas has lendcd to hinder the ability of domestic pelroleum exploration companies lo generate exploration funds Internally or to attract outside capital," he sid. In addition, Tower said, Ihe Federal Power .Commission lias kept natural gas prices "at unrealistic-ally low levels ... since 1954. If continued, he predicted, the nation could face a shortage of aboul 10 trillion cubic feel of gas per year by 1985. If llic FPC removed the controls "and if Ihc average price of natural gas doubled, it would still be significantly less than tho price recently for imported litiuified natural gns," Tower said. He said the reduction In Ihc oil depletion allowance from 27Vi per cent lo 22 per cent In 106!) "cost the industry approximately 1700 million per year which could "have been cm- ployed lo find at least one billion barrels of oil nnd 5 trillion cubic feet of natural gns," enough lo satisfy about 10 per ncnl of tho, nation's needs, Tha .TIMES U The Â·ail Buy Far Your Advertlilng Dollar! NORTHWEST ARK. PLAZA mRCHASESA Iful quilted velvet sofa Create an exciting focal point in your living room decor with ibis elegant quilfed velvet, sofa. Designed for comfort... Priced for savings of 50% E A beautifully designed sofa that will blend with almost any type of decorating seheme. Your choice of Off^VVhite,. : Gold or Avocado quilted velvet. 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