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CHILD ALWAYS EAGER TO FACE GRIM PERIL
Los Angeles, Cal. Dorothy Ketch
am has been spilled out. of a wagon,
tied in a box surrouuded by fire and
left to burn; caught in a burning
building and left alone with an -untamed,
untied leopard but she's stiU
Miss Dorothy is five years old. Her
profession is photoplaying.
Although ol tender age, she makes
love like a veteran matinee idol and
cries real tears at will
Comedy is her long suit, however
and she'd rather "do sumpin' funny,"
she claims, than play the weepiest
" 'Cause when iolks are happy,"
she maintains, "they laugh and look
pretty. But when they'se tears in
their eyes the pretty all rubs off."
PEOPLE ARE CHEAPER
A New York woman has just buried
a bulldog in a $150 coffin. Over in
potters' field they are stowing hu
man bodies away by the score at
7.50 per stow.
Maybe the industrial relations com
mittee had some of such stunts in
mind when it made its minority rec
ommendation that estates of over
-$1,000,000 be returned to the state
for more equal distribution.