The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on October 5, 1961 · Page 10
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 10

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THE OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, October 5. 1S61 Hal Boyle Former Teacher Has Golden Touch By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP)-Hollywood's latest "man with the golden touch" is a 37-year-old former schoolteacher who won fame as a producer after failing in Iwo other careers. "I've had to make so many comebacks in my life I'm beginning to lose count of them," said Ross Hunter, who has stirred considerable awe in filmdom by turn- ing out seven box office successes in a row. "I was a has-been at 12. I was an out-of-work tap dancer, and probably the worst in the business," he said. "I was a has-been again at 24 as an actor." A year-long illness broke up Hunter's promising career as an actor. He had appeared in 29 films, become a bobby sox favorite and was earning $1,000 a week. "But they forget you fast in this business," he said. "When I was able to go back to work again, no one seemed to remember me. I couldn't find a job." Hunter decided there was no future in sitting around mooning over his old scrapbooks. He taught high school English and drama, spent his spare time learning film production from the ground up. Like many a young producer, Ross started by grinding out low- budget cowboy and Indian action thrillers. In 1954 Hunter talked studio executives into letting him spend $412,000 to make "All I Desire," starring Barbara Stanwyck. The picture returned a cool million- dollar profit, and the word went out from the front office, "give the boy what he wants." Since then Ross has turned out three of the fop 10 hits in Universal-International's 49-year history. He helped build, or add new luster the careers of such stars as Debbie Reynolds, Rock Hudson, Doris Day, Lana Turner and Sandra Dee. Four of his films—"Imitation of Life," "Portrait in Black," "Pillow Talk," arid "Midnight Lace" —cost a total of less than $6 million to produce and already have brought in nearly $45 million. "I'm not interested in delivering social messages," he said. "I give the people what they want —entertainment through glamor and beauty." "I don't believe a housewife wants to leave her own dirty dishes in the sink to go to a movie and. watch someone else washing dirty dishes in the sink,'.' he said. Kansans Visit Turin, Italy .TURIN, Italy (AP)-Centennial greetings were exchanged Monday between a group of Italians and a group of visiting Kansans in Turin, Italy. The Kansans were congratulated on their first 100 years as a state and Italy on their 100 years as a unified nation. A 9-member contingent from the Sunflower state was welcomed by Amedo Peyron, mayor of Turin. Peyron was presented with the keys to Wichita; Kas., by William Addington, representing the mayor of Wichita. Mrs. Frank Haucke, vice chairman of the Kansas Centennial organization gave Turin's mayor a special Kansas Centennial gold medal. Pcyron IB turn presented m Italian Centennial gold medal to Ross Beach Jr., who had brought greetings from Kansas' Gov. John Anderson. The Kansans ,<o to Venic* today. Have the . . . OTTAWA HERALD SENT TO YOU! HY-KLAS POLY WRAPPED READ JONATHAN 16-Oz. Loaves SUNSHINE ORANGE BLOSSOM COOKIES 29c SUNSHINE CARMELS HY-KLAS POWDER DETERGENT i ill ^Viiiii COSTS BU. $ 2.49 PURE SWEET Gnt. HY-KLAS COFFEE 'cause APPLE CIDER 79c HOME GROWN Watermelons 3.-,.. $1.00 New Crop OCEAN SPRAY CRANBERRIES *& 25c HY-KLAS ENRICHED FLOUR 25 Lb. $ ^HM^RMi^^ ^w TENDER CRISP CARROTS 9c U.S. NO. 1 RED POTATOES 100,, $2.69 Bag HY-KLAS FANCY SLICED PEACHES 4 No 2/ 2 $|00 Cans HY-KLAS EVAPORATED MIL K... 3 Tall Cans VALU PEAS 7 VALU CORN 7 VALU TOMATOES 7 VALU GREEN BEANS 8 VALU Pork and Beans 10 FROZEN FOODS 300 Can* 300 Cans BROAD BREASTED FRYERS Whole or Cut-up VALU Imitation Spread CHEESE Lb. Food bills go down. . . Down. . . DOWN -- and your savings go up. . .Up. . .UP--when you buy ALL your foods and household supplies at WAYMIRE'S. And for good and sound reasons! Here, ALL prices are LOW PRICES ALL THE TIME. Naturally, more low prices mean a much lower cost for big bags- ful of your favonte foocTs. Shop for sure—you save for sure at WAYMIRE'S. LOCKER BEEF SPECIALS HIND QUARTER ib. 49' SIDE of BEEF ib. 43 C FRONT QUARTER n,. 41' ALL PRICES INCLUDE CUTTING and WRAPPING LEAN SHOULDER PORK ROAST..». 29' 2 HY-KLAS Broccoli Spears 2 HY-KLAS PEAS ..... HY-KLAS CAULIFLOWER. HY-KLAS ORANGE JUICE 2 HY-KLAS ICE CREAM. V 2 10-Oz. Pkg. 10-Oz. Pkg. 43 2 10-Oz. M +% Pkg. 4 J 6-Oz. Cans Gal. 35 59 LEAN SHOULDER Pork Steak 3"» OLD FAVORITE Lunch Ham 3 lbs SKINLESS WIENERS 3* FRESH TENDER PORK LIVER 4 * $ 1 $100 HICKORY SMOKED SLAB BACON FfUFNPLIEST STORC IN TOWN FOOD MART PIEHT1 FREE PARKING 117 N. M Al N OPEN WEEK DAYS SAM to 6PM SATURDAYS 8AM to 830 PM FRONT l BACK DOOR ENTRANCE & CHECK OUT LEAN MEATY SPARE RIBS PLUMP TENDER HENS

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