Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 7, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 8, 1947 Page: 3 of 6
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•■id. and shut
Bte * r and leaned against
& "WeB. what's this? When an
the color stealing up
~a her throat, staining
W* you going?- Sidney
a painful breath and
queerly defiant: "It's
•'..your business! You cant
aay I wanted to atop
it toll you! You wouldn't
But I'm going."
said, sounding tired and
id: "Are you running
with Richard Breen?"
t waa dumbfounded, wide
her Jaw sagging. "How—
Bam did you know?"
"I dUnl It was • shot In the
But 1 might have known;
else is so absurd. . . .
you married to Richard
no?" Somehow, this waa
startling. Rose's flush
he wants to
•And it'd be advisable to the
wouldn't it?" Std-
"Well, 111 go with
YouH need a witness at thg
Two, I think. Maybe Mr.
i will have somebody."
ran will not got I'm perfectly
see; how long have you
Mr. Breen? Since April?
you never mentioned him.
never came to the boose.
_ la that? You're not ashamed
"Ashamed?" It seemed to Rose
"1 might, if you toU me. I un-
derstand some of It already "
"But how cm you. Sid? rve
"Maybe rm paytfcie."
o o e
AB ht saM
it would be. I
"Sidney! Oh. you*N as
%at Sidney'a queries w«e a vol- If you have to grab up a man to
MP of blows, shocking, delivered ; first timd ho squeaks, how da yen
Sbgr one. "No, I'm not! He's—! know you can hse|
wends rfull 1 wanted him to t you'vo pot him?"
•tot B an
This tost an
Ifa • very
PLBt hall, Sidney paused uqper-
toinly. and Hannah came pad-
0m down the attic stairway.
I's the matter?'
.-•But Rose is crying."
f^Savosdropping. eh* Have you
■i any money? A dollar, maybe?"
' ^Tvo got forty-five dollars."
fin the bank downtown. I sold
■Aae of the old thing* in the attic
trtftaa Muth. You know, the lady
runs the antique shop. Mam-
§m said It was all right."
. .. But you ha vent pot
have so. I waa going to teB
M last night when you were
Miatag with Papa in the parlor,
fl bo giad for Jeff to use my
p-flve dollars; but I thought if
anything. Papa might bor-
H for his investment, like he
r/Hannah." Sidney said with
■Ife "you know everything that
gm «« in this house, don't you?"
.'"In the whole block. Nearly
"H you could get that I
«it of the bank-"
. "Tor Jeff' I will. Only
• aright not allow ae to have it, tf
| wsnt down there alone. You go
cant. I'm going—some-
's what you woat
"Oh? Well, Mamma or
•'•No! Don't talk about it to a
gpul here at home." Sidney thought
jr. "You take your bankbook
E hurry down to Basil's office,
works for his father, to ths
ker building or Main Street '
"I know where he works."
•You tell Basil I sent you.
and you ask him to go to the
with you. Then ash bias to go en
with you to the railroad station
on the train that Isovas tomorrow
so. Saturday, la that
"A ticket to New York far Jeff?"
"Yea, aad then you bring the
ticket home and when Jaff comes,
give It to him —e?
him to keep I
can let Boae oat of
"Let her oat? Ia she locked tor'
"Yea. Here's the key
where coal ed lamp* burnad faatfly
I ty-btoum stostos; lha a#>
arrato a lar^ nom. karo-
i ^7* _
"No, and that's
You tell Mamma—"
"What?" Hannah mid.
"Well, tell Mamma 1
engagement aad may ae* gat
until midnight or after. . . .
go on. for heaven's
nab, you're the only
baa a grain of sans
I'm afraid BH ha
As she taught the trolley
Governor Street, Sidney looted in
her purse. She had ninety coats.
what seemed a
desolate tot of night
facing a cinder path which tilted
steeply upward through a
of rustling trees, and with no alter-
Ittat in tell him why tomorrow, i foot
Th*> Anna Frank Artists' I'lab
will precent Mm. Roy Nasabaam of
Ft Worth, first district president
of the Tews Federated Womea's
Cluba aa gua*t artist at
Mrs. NtMfaaum will also bo
feted at a luncheon in the home
of Mrs. A. C. Andrews Thursday
noon, with the ese«u*l * commit-
tee of the c|«b acting aa hostesses.
Resides the guest artiat, Mrs.
Walker CUatleman and Mrs- el D
McDowell will be presented on t*w
proersm la a ptoao duo. Each
member may bring on* guest to
this special pragma^ which wifl to
presided ww by Mrs. C. L. Kea-
Hostesses for the tea hour at th
c|ab meeting wijl he Mesdnmea
R. I. McAaron, L. H. We|ch,
Lester C;irh and Joe Hanna
fct hkWsJIa^ ^
HOLLYWOOD. — 8an Qaeatia's
4,000 prisoners favor hamaa inter,
est draam ia their movies totaasa
their warden says. It is a safe "as*
cape" from prison walla.
Other choices at the ianmtas of
the big California state prison aa
San Francisco bay art. in order of
popularity, coassdy, musl
westerns. Warden Cliataa Duffy
Whether prisoners like them or
not, crime pictures
Duffy, who came to Hollywood to.
serve as technical adviser en $aa
Quentin sceaes in the aew Bah
Hope picture. •'My Favorite
nette," at Paramount, inaugurated
weekly ssovie shews at San Quen-
tin five years ago.
He offered a simple psychologi-
cal explanation for the listing at
' - air No. I
their go camping next sumw
able to caok your hautourgors
aa "iavisjbis flame)
draam by hie men aa their
choice in fUm fare.
"It comes closest to real lilfe,
which tbey wmsmtoi from
outside and to wbkh they dream of
returning," be mid. "They like to
imagine themselves as part of what
they sea going on up there ea the
At least, that's haw Dupoat da*
scribes its aew tablet fuel amde
from trtaume, a form of forasal-
The fuel, being produced for
the first tiase on n commercial
scale, ignites instantly with a non-
out by wind. It w* used
the wsr experimentally In the
search for a fuel to heat field ra-
tions without disclosing positions
at front line troops to the enemy.
that gun." be declared. "There was
Daley, that little pooch, with a
bear cornered. The bear was Just
ready to smash her down."
As the bear's paw. daws un-
sheathed, strated ths downward
, Bsnfra tired. The bear fen
a bullet through its brain.
Weighed later, it tilted the scale*
at almost 800 aeunds.
waa Daisy oread!" ha
"She acted tike she de-
served an the credit herself."
Director Las Ssfaadfa called f© '
sasthsr take while Bentro kept a
close watch aa Daisy. When the
waa over, he pot in a hasty
call to his insurance agent.
shot a hear only a short
away, faiajr wasn't in on tho bill.
She was safely locked in her cage
"I wont have my valuable aog
chasing bkars," Kenfro dec laired.
"And ia cam she breaks out, I'm
not taking any chances. I've gat
"Why. it anything happened to
bar. I might have to go to work.'
M^il^ —1-S • p L gAaa _L
Motion vKiurcs irbuv inruuKn
the mhiuetepe with the time-lap
exactly^ bow plant diseams attack
Tha Department at
said tha fafmer's bad
fast that tha
the floor on g slant.
A law days later a aaw litter at
yige waa been. Not shy waa trash it
by ita assthsr, aa naiHlaiij hap.
preferred to Ha with her back to
the high side at thallaer whi|>he
clumsy little pto teadad to tmaMa
snsy little ptoat«
to tha low sidrThe
when the aaw
floors, at their
to the da-
. aa hvaraga
of 9J pigs par litter compared with
only 74 oa aa even floor.
Tho dspartawut aaw ia
a slaao at aaly aa ineh<'
' to tag faot< worfca vei^.
NtowWr m - _ ,
. ... Lfclt O^rn
vyn iN«v*m ,•
tlBCLCVIU^. OlvThb namhH
tioa for tip tfaat waated.^b ia
lit PireHprtfie, local ftartiaa pato
- ilmaiit rnillsa' '. T^"
May primary aae at the
. to ba
wrote ia bia aa
w health cam-
saying he didn't cap
At tha May
with aa lag
at fast thick.
Hava A Photograph Mado
tai SPBNI Cifi «t
Tortuing patoa relieved quickly With
tog new Vitamin formula. T*y RID MATIC I
aches aad leg palm, that seemingly add 30 years to
ag . Who wants to be eK. Your health la your i
asset. Quick acting BIO MATIC works tot.
results in one day. RID MATIC relicvec
passages, help kidneys flush encei
stream. BID MATIC increaaea appetite
ad sleep in comfort. 30,000 bottles i
RID MATIC at SARNCP-WILLtARtS DIM
It's a more realistic farm of
tbaa provided bv amay so-
M sseapiat am*tea that are too
fantastic or faboloua to be real.'
Under Duffy's system of making
the priaaners earn the right to en-
joy pictures. basebaU gaams and
other forms of recreation, only
finally. Thia waa thq
in five hours that shd hddVgp-
N. — This may be the
age. but a recent survey
that at least 3,000 work
still are in harness in Boo-
__ all dimenaions for immi-diatr
drhvery to buikHnu site. Min-
gpmsn hmd 10.000 ft. Fair pri-
\su P«|iiadsM srrvkr Spcv-
in letter, or
||aMj|y iam fimi
Pip6f Md Km AM
BOSTON.—If a Bootonian bears
of the Baeiproeity Ouh
of Aaierira aay, "Any rags to-
day?'* be feels assured they're not
asking just for the fun of it.
With wholehearted seal, about
100 greater Beaton business and
professional men meeting under
the Reciprocity Club banner have
undertahen to benefit ooder-petv-
This^time the club has placed
ftppiBCifi it oof wn 8 norx mis
'outh station*, accampanied bf
signs ex bar tine commuters to
Every weak the waete paper Is
sllected and sold, with the pro-
■ads—ia addltisn to maney paid
far aM rags arruatulnted by mem-
The club, a national organisa-
tion founded here 33 yeors ago, ~
as ita slogan: "Not what da f gt.
but how can I help?" Active chap-
ters exist at Portland, Ma.; Spring
Held, Worcester, Hoi yoke, all
Maao.; Albany, N.Y.: Washington;
Buffalo, N. Y.; PhOndelphiaT aad
Providence. B. L
to Beaton, tha groop is headsd
by Antheny J. Cucchiara. a 33-
yuar-oM advsetising a
stive. He said that in additiaa to
helping orphan boy*, the dub cur-
rently ia trying to dispel a
■ted feeling antong veterans
"Thnt'a why we
Charles Larkmaa of Lever Brat£
ers m oar choice far The Baainsm
Executive of INT." he explained.
•We dec ids J that every year we'd
Dick a man under to who exemaH-
"icd success; -so that he couM
m example for thoae wha think
h^arent going to
ries Into action.
these with good behavior
are admitted to the film showings
Saturday noan aad evening and
Sunday meg in
Price et adsdtelaa ie the "privilege
The prisiMtt aar aN
My FavorBg MT—Dorothy
Naturally, the prisoners have
put in their bid for an early look
at the finished product, and Hope
has promised not only to ssa that
they.get the picture bat to put oa
a show far them.
"That's ana aadieace." ha said,
"that want to able to gat away
HOLLYWOOD — Daisy, a bp-
oared deg veteran at M movie
roles, has been insured for >6M00
beceuse of a newly-acquired taeta
for chasing bears.
insurance or aot, trainer Bonnie
Kenfro wont I
gets his breadsri
city life, where there's
more vicious than cars to chase,
it sll started on the sst of PRCs
wcolor western, "Bed StalHon,**
oa location near Dunsmuir CaL, at
easy antil ha
safely back to
the foot of rugged Mt.
o toys a
key role in
by the tiase 1 turned
was MP yards away, high-tailing it
far tha woods."
Bentro get bis rifle aad chassd
And I was mighty glad I got
Wa Specialize to Motor BeboUdtop at all
BATTBBIBS — BATTERIES
Have plenty of rebuilt batter-
ies on hatid. Located at BUI'S
A STATEMENT OF POLICY
1. A Untoaau of • to B proofa to select
2. Your portraits an processed with
CALL lit* FOR
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