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Nov, 1957
by Harry M. Schwalb Condensed from The Laboratory In 1939 the hot dog hit the front pages of the international press when President Roosevelt's wife served it to the king and queen of England. And as 1955 draws to an end, Americans, by devouring over 8y2 billon tangy "red hots," have made the frankfurter or wiener (formulation's the same, though the wiener is a bit shorter) a major phase of the meat industry, outranking everything but ice cream in popularity on the national menu.