The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 9, 1953 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 9, 1953
Page 6
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rAgy: Kathleen Hughes Likes Red Meat, Bad Girl Roles By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) — How do -you like your meat — nte, medium or well dons? Kathleen Hughes likes it raw, Tall, tawny-blonde and 24, Kath-4 — l«en is the first new female sensa tlon to be created by 3-D. Although abe had a small role, she dre« a lot of attention with her outstanding charms In "It Cami From Outer Space.' Her bosse: were Impressed with the way shi stood out in the film and gave h«r a lead In another 3-D epic .' "T4» Oiass Web." O*ers at ttie studio were 1m pressed with the fact that Kath leen likes to eat nothing better than raw meat. "What is this—another Piper Laurie - eats - flowers routine," scoffed. Ix>ves It "No," she replied ,ith wide eyes tha* couldn't lie. "I love uncookec meat. I always have. I even usec to eat raw bacon, but rny mother talked me out of that. However she couldn't talk me out of my love for raw hamburger. It's my favorite dish." To prove her point, she ordered a Tartar steak in the studio commissary. It was a large, livid mass of raw ground beef with an age yolk nestling in its shell. She hap- ily mixed in the yolk, plus anchovies and capers, and smothered the whole thing in ketchup. Then she proceeded to eat the whole thing with obvious delight. "Bmmrn, that's good!" she enthused. "I like things raw. You get better meat when you order it that way. I like my steaks just barely cooked: Light a match under ». I teU chef. Think of all the vitamins you lose Jc cooking-!" WeH, it's something to think about. So Is Kathleen, who is a walking testimonial for eating raw food. She has given a new lift to oheeeecafee; and I don't mean the kind you make with creamed BTjTTrTEVTLLH (ARK.)' COTTBIER THURSDAY, JTJLT 9, 1M> She Was Choosy Kfttbteen, who neither drinks nor emofcee. is a Hollywood girl who is finally malting good in her home town. The niece of play- Wright T. Hugh Herbert, she wangled a contract at 20th Century-Fox without his help, although he was working there at the time. When he found out about it, he ' directed her test, which helped her & little, but not too much. "I did 16 pictures in my three years at Fox," she remarked. "I had speaking parts in three and ended on the cutting room floor in six of them." Her lack of progress at the studio was because she wanted to portray a good girl, she added. "I thought I wanted to be even Bweeter than Jeanne Grain,' 'she remarked. "I was the picture of innocence with long black hair j and dresses that made me look i like Alice In Wonderland. But nothing happened. j "Nobody could see me as anything but a good girl until I saw ; Paul Henreid. After I left yox, I' heard he was casting 'For Men j Only.' I dropped in for an inter- j view and he immediately saw me as one of the bad girls in the script. I cut my hair short, dyed It blonde and played a real witch. "On the strength of that picture, I was signed by U-I. I've been doing well since—playing bad girls." L v FRENCH THORN-King Norodom Sihanouk of Cambodia is the latest thorn in the side of the French forces fighting in Indo-China. He intends to mobilize his army against the French immediately in order to free Cambodia from French domination. GG Vaccine For Children In Hew York ELMIRA, N. Y. W>—Authorities curtailed youth recreation programs :oday ns preparations continued for history's greatest anti-polio mass Immunization. City swimming pools were closed n Elmira, largest city in the two- county area where a polio outbreak IBS reached the epidemic stage The villages of Campbell and Bath suspended summer recreation pro- rnms indefinitely. Chemung and Steuben Counties were declared an emergency area after 51 polio cases and three deaths vere reported this year. months to 10 years will be inocu- ated this week end with gamma globulin at a score of emergency; ilintcs set up in the epidemic zone The National Foundation for In- nntile Paralysis, which is helping in he program, said the previous rec- rd mass inoculation was 31.000 in Montgomery. Ala., earlier this year. Head Courier News classified Ads. Ruins of the oldest church In the Americas still stand in Panama. Built in 1537, it was destroyed in 1671 by Henry Morgan and his band of buccaneers. WANTED Old Comisatcd Boxes anil Other Grades of Waste Paper Top Prices Paid for Stock Delivered to Our Plaint Call or Write BLUFF CITY PAPER STOCK CO. 8Z7 S. Bcllcvue Phone 2-3152 Memphis, Tennessee "FROSTY" The Smoother, Deliciously Different Soft Ice Cream Try It at the TtAZORBACK DRIVE-IN. Served to you in your car or come into our air conditioned coffee shop. The only milk bar in BIytheville where you can be served in air conditioned comfort. Bring your children inside where It Is cool and comfortable. Take a Quart or Pjnt Home Have You Tried The Drink All BIytheville Is Talking About? HIRES ROOT BEER Served From The "Wooden Keg" In Frosted Mugs Try Our Wonderful "Frosty" Sundaes 15c&25c Fresh Strawberry Pineapple Chocolate Black Walnut Cherry : Banana Splits 25c Fountain Coca Cola ,, -r. . r o m Malts and Shakes Brown Derby.... 5c&10c exlra lhick "Frosty" cones 5c-10c-15c All kinds of sandwiches. "FROSTY" at the Razorback Drive-In Hudson Presents A Price-Shattering PRICE SALE Nationally Advertised Menswear Reduced One-Half... Nothing Reserved .. Everything Must Go! All Regular $25 Gabardine Suits All Regular $45 All Wool Suits 12 22 5Q All Regular 32.50 All Wool Suits 50 All Reg. $65 All Wool Suits 16 32 A Big Selection Includes Fine Silks and Navy Blues In a Complete Range of Sizes and Styles All Nationally Advertised SUMMER PANTS PRICE All Nationally Advertised NECKWEAR Reg. 1.50 All Nationally Advertised STRAW HATS PRICE All Nationally Advertised SOCKS PRICE All Nationally Advertised SPORT COATS Reg. $35 - Reg. $25 - - - - 17.50 - - 12.50 All Nationally Advertised DRESS SHIRTS White and Colors 95 Reg. 3.95 1 All Sales Final — Small Charge for Alterations HUDSON CLEANER - CLOTHIER - TAILOR All Nationally Advertised SPORT SHIRTS Short Sleeve Summer Stylei REG. 2 9 . 5 ........ I 50 REG.3 9 ?. I 95 REG.6 95 ( &N £)--.3 50

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