The Capital Journal from Salem, Oregon on August 26, 1954 · Page 13
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tat s-sicnoN n THE CAPITAL JOURNAL, nmw. Am U. M SALfM YOUTH LAUNCHES FILM CAREER T Salem Youth Under Contract with MGM I ;, ; ' By haiian urn mem Jemes C Drary, Jr. Wyear-eM , anlout experience d two major '4 -mm of Prat wid Ka Jum Ci firms offering kirn Inag-eisM eeey .'Drury of Salem, Ore . and New I tracts sinsuttaaeoosry, but be IUk M NIIWWU U MM I WM N uv VSHMM BP III, drama career full fledged now, light that hard work aad stud' under contract with MGM ttudiai, j contributed la making Uw offers report hit parents, j possible. '-:-: '' It was bird for film folk to . HU Qnt motion picture ap-; be convinced Janaes Drury 1 pearaaee will be in "Cobweb," really bis Mine it minded to a film starring Lena Turner, Rob- muck like a profeatioBil name, ert Taylor . and Grac : Kelly. Lhcy laid, go Jamea becomes one Junes (bis professioaal name. is i oi the few ia Hollywood to retain James Drury) is to be loaned out i Ms own -name professionally as by MGM to Columbia lor tat pie- i well as socially lure -loot ph." It loos has Been the goal of the young actor to be ia the role of Joseph. McCarthy is calm and cccl f,- J Jamas C. Drory, Jr., above, sea at Prof, and Mrs. James C. Drury at galea aad New York City, bis beta timed by MGM tudkt ia HoUywoed lor nectars work. MMY Antvil a Aftlee to Aid In Bringing Policy Change 0M- W tw Il rinrnuw Lmoss natty VsttsHe. a u-mvm-a im user sane adwaiu i" kr foratr ana MhUMar cusmm avow as Ua tsar f OaaanHt can. , y MmK BDLET (By jin r- with las Dauy at bavins any contact with the British. Now that Chou at last hi crossed the impressive legation portal and under the royal coat of arms, future relations are expected la be more cordial. It is expected that withia the i) BffSIVA CJLlf M T-TuiM chairmaa of the Chinese People's Republic reportedly has appealed to former Prime Minister Clement Attica aad bis Labor party dele ratios (or help in bringing about a sweeping reversal of United States kw tha too men of his axiumman), Has received Attlee aad lbs ether seven Laborite leaders new vwattag China for a three-bour interview yesterday. It was the Chiaeae Communist chiefa first esait puaooal contact with Western statesmen. ItMiarU laailiinf me said the ssala poiata discussed between Maa aad Attlee were that ID the VS. Mi Fleet aasuld be withdrawa aad the thai see ssamlaad; (1) armament at Japan aad Westers Germany ahsuid cease, aad (1) Britain should. try to persuade America , t take a more "reasonable attitude toward Chins.'' After Una. interview, Labor Party Secretary Mot-gea Phillips gave cut this brief, awarded statement: "The dheussieas ranged over a variety of subjects of mutual Interest, including trade. Tha dis-elusions were frank throughout and the meeting ended in an atmosphere at cordiality aad expressions ef good will.1' The Labor party delegation dined last night at the ftritlah Embassy as ' guests ef Charge d' Affaires Hum p h r s y Trevelysn. Premier Chou En-lai sad Viet Premier Km Mo-Je were guests. By contrast with the wildly exotic banqutta oa which their hosts have feasted tha Laboritss. Trevel- yta gave Chou aad his other 47 guests a rather simple English meal iced watermelon, tomato soup, cold fish, roast chicken, cake with cream aad French wines and ehamDsiBS. It was Cbou'g first visit to the : British compound ia Peiping aad as such it put the hallmark ef respectability oa Britain's diplomatic mission is the Chinese cap- nal. -. For long time Ihs British dip lomats here never have even been able to meet Chou. least of all entertain him at dinner. Because of this, most Chinese were learlul HEROIC DEATH I The Drury family spends moat of each summer at their home here out ia the Rosedale community. Mrs. Drury is a native of Salem sad always regards the Oregon capital as her home. Joe Drurys sad their younger sea, John, will leave this next week for Celifornit. the parents then to bead east for New York City. John will remain in Venice. Calif., to attend high school this yesr. . While in Salem his summer, Mrs. Drury has appeared at several special events md programs with her "Beatrice the Fashion Doll a new doll creation that is aow being marketed. It is a doll designed for tha. teea-aee girls, who are interested ia fash- While workine with MGM this year, James will take night work at University of California at Los Angeles to complete bit senior year. For the past three years be baa attended New York Diversity, where his fsther Is a professor ia the school of business, at a draLf major. With his past experience aad study ia drama, aad being bow fa the professional field, he is not taking drama work at UCLA but horticulture and animal husbandry to complete his year for his degree. Ia answer to those who exclaim "what a rocky break," is the fact that vounr James hss worked for years toward hit goal In the field j 1D(j gggj grooeiing il- of drama. Acting with him is a business, a business in which you work and study just as for any other business or profession. Over his desk for several years has been the motto: "It Takes Years of Hard Work to Make a Star Overnight" The young actor has had the be made of the maa who will rep- rtsenc uuna m usmob. Arraoae- - - iam Aim bmm mail MmM Chou and Foreigs Secretary Anthony Edea at the Geneva con- lerenoe. th"h it has turned out U be a doll with appeal for women and girls of all ages. Only last week, Mrs. Drury returned from California where she visited her son, James, and also looked after da-tails on the manufacturing of the dell as well as taking In a special doll show program with Beatrice. 11 KILLED IN BUS CBASH RIO DE JANEIRO W A dispatch from Belo Horizonte said a loaded bus crashed down a ISO-foot ravine Thursday and 11 persons were killed, 1 injured. rank Leshy WKh 9ce d Dsnvtr DENVER It) Frank Leahy. tbrraer football coach .at Notre Dame, visited writh President Eisenhower at the summer white House WsaBeeday and praised the cnet executive as "one ot me ail time great leaders." Leahyvisiting hi Denver spent about urn minutes with Eisenhow-at his Lawry Air Force Base offic f 4 ) , ft . ax- xa-. L Dr. Anthony L. Levy, above, 10, an assistant research bio- : chemist st the University of Cslifornia, Berkeley, died a hero's death in an icy crevasse an Ml. Olympus In the Olympic National Park, Wash. Dr. Levy had climbed down Into the crevase to rescue Richard X. Neal of Seattle, t fellow climber who had (alien into the crevasse, break I n t leg Dr. .Levy .exhausted .by his efforts, wst unable to help the other two members when they tried to pull him to the J sT "FABULOUSLY FABULOUS! sv AT THE . FASHIOHETTE IpREE! I FREE! i mUSf NEW f Alt fflf Matchinf Joan Marie tPIIITaf .pV i,iwi SUITS ! SWEATER .'TOf'- RAM CaiwifM Jacket i f WITH IACH WASHAILI MaHbtafl Trita j : I OftLON PLIATID PtAID ruik up Hutu I crriDT '-s..t I Jlllll I . ' WITH THI rURCHASI I ' ':" i Kama Plala - 1 0' A 100 WOOL .' . BULLUNOTM M fopular Fall Colon .,(:' '' JJl A V Vk feffl Sul,bla 'Mnl CDsUl m & Q" LI tfaa; K $i Soiatk SORRY- pijk WKMwSk. NO I ' iONNII iriar I WmXws. i ay aw ay, i rAruMrncr I W$mr uunwHiu.. vWWW'rtX First Qaslity FuB Ftsklei I J'n Z m 10 g - ..i, I X:v:v. OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT 'TIL 9 WM THE ' W8& 429 COURT ST. ii l:tf cf Cc::.i cf T0 Fc::.d cn l$!:r.d PORTLAND (F The booy . . - , Ailafis tins ef a tag below BonnevUlt pern laat week, waa rtcovtreo weanw day ta Bradford Island oowa- atream from too earn. Tha bodies M two oinera. won Lewis. Portland, aad Leonard Boy lan. Cathlamet, Wash., itUi art -t.ia wu vAMntlv reversed previous conclusion and now be lieve tnai cancer mavis u v plat ia all climates. ;-.y.;' .-- Rare'a a nrerr-sBotoaTanbad aide to Seaator Joe McCarthy. He relaxes, calaa, coot sad collected beside a swimming post In Saa Diego, Calif. With Ua if hit wife, Jeaa, aad lira. Rob-art Vogelar, wife of the ex-cosaaraatst captive. (VP Telepaoto) later. Leaky disclosed that hi played Carith the President Tuesday at itr's Cherry Hills Country Club. The former coach, who now it in the steel ingredient business described Eisenhower as "quite t competitor" on the golf course. LOGGER KILLED WHEELER, Ore. W Oliver Doak. II, Mananita. su killed Wednesday ia an accident at the Starr LotJiag Co. operations near Mantaaita. three miles north of i here. . Izzk b Or;::::. . feABWf inn im TWa mm am. jp to the ae-csHod eaeale b-skj (taturlng sex or crime wfflargaa. lu, at a mtetiag la : PerUand Sept. I. They held aa Initial meettag here Wednesday to snake arriagtracatt for the crginhtlintial meeting, in. church groups, veterans ergasixa- Uont, teaenert - aas . pareau groupt. . r "'" Coffee 'was discovered in the ninth centry is Arabia, where it was consumed at a laediciBe. US N. Ubwrty Specicil., Purchase i 1SS N. Ubwrty Phone 1411 Second. Shipment .Just Arrived! 3988 O 24-ln. Diamttcr Braztar lUctric Barbcut Motor '.. , Revolving Chromed Grill Formica Cutting Board ' . Hoat-Rotaining Hsd.. ; Unboetabto vshse-oxcluslve at Wards. Hat alt tha aaraocvlnf eaeivanianeaa ef other brsiiert teltimj - fat at much at $0, lnesue)ni elortrk sort motor. RavoKkeg frW can be relted ar lowered far beat , : aawhal. 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