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been more are to desire, our China in concealed "adjustments" is 13 Pictures 'Oscar' Presented to Mother As Tribute by '55 The following was written as of those pictures are "Carol," a composition by a 17-year-old Assumption Academy graduate of 1955 in tribute to her mother: Each year, around springtime, ?. huge crowd-gathers in New York City and in Hollywood for the presentation of the "Oscars." The 'Oscar" is an academy award given to the b^-. picture, the best actor- and actress, the best supporting actor and actress, the best photography, lighting, colored picture, etc., of the year that has just passed. This year I'd like to give an academy award to a person who has never before received any kind of award or recognition. This person has never even been nominated for an award. This person is an actress who has always done the best she could. She is a Roman Catholic actress who has married a fine Catholic man and she ii raising a fine, Catholic family. She was never divorced as most actresses are. She is not an old women but she is not as young as some actresses are. Her hair is slightly graying but she can keep the gray hair hidden like most actresses do if they want to. She is not fat and, in my eyes she is beautiful. She has light skin and her eyes are a grayish green. With the help of her husband, she has made 13 pictures and she is on her Hth now. She goes to work every day from sunrise to sunset and somelimeK even later, and she is paid well for her hard work. She can cook delicious dishes, bake mouth-watering delicacies, sew almost anything that needs sewing, and she can clean house too. She doesn't send her clothes out to be washed and ironed but she does it herself. Although she buys a lot of clothes, she makes them, too. As I said before, this woman is an actress. She is not an actress in the tinsel of Hollywood and you will not see her name in the scintillating lights of Broadway. Although her name is reflected in every star in ^the sky, she is not a well-known'ac- tress. I also said before that she has made 13 pictures. The names "Mary," "Albert," "Kathleen," "Joe," "Judy," "Sue," 'Bobby/ J Ray," "Jackie/ 1 "Donnie," and "Jimmy." This woman is an' actress not in Hollywood or New York as previously stated. She is an actress in God's world. He put her here and she is acting out her life for Him. She is paid well by the graces she has merited for herself in heaven the 45 years of her life. This .year, I'd like to irive award to this wonderful person in hopes that someone will surely agree with me that she deserves an award. I'd like to give an Oscar to my mother. MARY BLESKOSKI. Syracuse. Two Editorials Held Conflicting To the Editor of The Post-Standard: According to your lead editorial of last Thursday, Aug. you suggese that the increase in the financial requirements for home mortgages made by the government makes it too difficult for many people to buy a home. Your next editorial tells us that there is too much prosperity and that our "best weapon is a restrictive credit policy". Since lowering the amortization period and increasing the down payment on homes is restrictive credit policy* you leave me wondering just what you are for. The government is trying to halt the increase in in- f l a t ion (prosperity, credit) through this move. The -editorial "Too Much Prosperity" could be clarified if you were to suggest what commodities come under restrictive credit policy. It is obviously not homes. Incidentally, aren't you getting a little emotional when you write that the government might better listen to *'young, hard-working families" rather than ' " b a n k e r s " mortgage terms. The banker's business is credit. He should know what he is talking about. FRANK S. HOLEY. Syracuse

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  1. The Post-Standard,
  2. 07 Aug 1955, Sun,
  3. Page 37

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