Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 18, 1954 · Page 10
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Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 18, 1954
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HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Thursday, aded'for SOB <*) -A '"From Merc afe swept through !3.;tt<5rrdtti»iieiis in the Oscar ahd^'is^b^ars h be the pic- o.-beirt, -&6rnlrieeg!j which were an- last ' , night,, -alibied a hi* hhrd-bitten ^urinations from ilfe stars and, it tttrte Of them were strong- p-iavcCred to win, '"' ' sJcitrt'ent Hullytoooa betting favors Burt Lancaster for the top (V becflusd of his sergennfj ... In "Eternity." ftcborah Kerr hoi abandoned queenly 1 roles tft • an Army wife of loose morals, also be a Winner although _y Hepburn, of "ftomon Holi„. appears the favdrite so far. . Crooner Frank Sinatra and Don- yffa Rer-d appear to be honvy Choice tot the sup"p6rHng Oscars "'"^ - both had l sf&r. billing in j," "they wer6' ' classified , Supporting players. major nominations were: picture — "Prom Here lo "Roman Holiday,'' LET US REPLACE '** THATVBR0KEN s. Come is today. f m Le*Y»., 1'llsed 01- R« M<X, £.„ Fh your cfli '• Ntpvv Is the timl^fS *get ' tlqat rpotor for your car r'e will FINANCE All or of itl v'See us now. "The Robe,'' 'Julius Caesar,' 1 'Shane. Be«!t actor — Lancaster; Marldii Brando, "Julius Caesar; 1 Riehaifd Burton. "The Rotas:' 1 Montgomery; Clift, "From Here to Eternity-'. William HoWen, "Stalag 17.". ; Be.«t actress—Miss Kefir, MisS Hepburn; Leslie Caron, "Lili;"'. Ava Gardner, "Mpgambo:" Mag- cie McNarrVari, "The Moon is Blue." . , Best supporting. across — Miss Rocd; Grace Kelly. "Mogafrtbd:"j Gcraldine Pa^'" "Hondo;" Mar' jttn'p Hambeau, "Torch Song" The!mo Ritter. "Pickup on South Street." ; Best supporting aetor-'-Sinatrs; 1 Eddie Albert, "Roman Holiday;" Brandon de Wilde, "Shane;" Robert Strauss, "Stalag 17;" Jack Pal-, an"".. "Shane." Best director — Fred Zinnemann "From 1 Here to Eternity;" Charles Walters. "L!li;" William Wyler, "Roman Holiday;" George Stevens. "Shane-" Billy Wilder, 'Sta- la-g 17!" Best song—"The Moon is Blue," from the film "The Moon is Blue;" "My Flaming Heart." from "Small Town Oil'];'' "Sadie Thompson's Song," from "Miss Sadie Thomp scJn:" "Secret Love,' from 'C- lamtty Jane:' 'That's Aore," from "The Caddy." Best documentary — "The Conquest of Everest," "The Living Desert," "A Queen is Crowned." DcspKe "From Here to Etern itys" amnxing showing, it set no record, "All About Eve' won 55 nominations, and "Gone With the Wind," "Johmpy Belinda" and 'A Streetcar Named Desire" scored 13, 'the same as 'Eternity. Close runner-up in the 1953 a light comedy filmed in Rome, which netted 10 nominations. It was followed by . "Lili' and "Shane" with six and ."Julius Caesar' and 'The Robe" with five; Of the loaders, only "The Robe" was .filmed in one .of the industry's new-dimensional tech niqucs. -The final Oscar winners will be Voted on by thp academy's 1,600 members' following nominations by "bulk" of the industry's workers. The •coveted gold statuettes will be handed to the lucky few before television cameras at the Hollywood Pahtages Theater March 23. Paradise in Cave Explorers SALVAGE . &L7-$IB6 Says U. S.Musi- Keep Ready NEWPORT, R. I. W) — Adm. Robert B. Carney said today the United States must be ready rs- gardless of whether another wai is fought with nuclear bombs or bamboo spears. "I cannot, nor can anyone <else, forecast the blueprint for an ullt mate showdown of the nations now in indeological conflict," said 'CaT- Jiey, the. Navy's top officer and with frhe ALUMIHIZfD TUBE Starting Price OnSy $25 Down /i ^ ^,^,- of this carefully crafted 21" TV ijs «i imiul'.jnibbed walnut, mahogany or Wonde woods |",-,. t{i|* 1>^Diant performance of the all-new Cascode Ij-' Phass^s »'^. the restful viewing assured by tb.e new QpMc ""j'^jJt^ 1 * • 1 awd ^ie luxury of the gleaming Golden Picture ""''JVaine! Plw~-"PX" Range Finder... new Retrace Line Blinunatra?,,. Tone Control. .s Omni-Scope antennal SEE ARUSS ARCH EH' at ;, ARCHER MOTOR CO. Phone 7 4561 •By fet) CRYSTAL CAVE. Ky. HV-The sight of "an orchid paradise" in stone today rewarded the men and jtfornen, of nerve and -stamina who are penetrating the lower level of Crystal Cave.. And the spectacle, found 300 feet below the earth's surface in this Mammoth Cave National Park area, is believed to be only a sample of the wonders hidden in the wilderness of unexplored passages, 'The National Speleoglcal '(cavo study) Society, now fully nammed and equipped at its advance camp three miles from the cave entrance, stepped up the tempo of exploration on the third day of its seven-day expedition. j The search wns put on a round- the-clock basis, with four teams in the field at all times. The room of enormous flower- like formations in gypsum is on the edge of the uncharted area and had been observed before by only a few intrepid explorers. William Burke Miller, an ;NBC newsman accompanying the expo-' dition, described it. as "an orchid paradise on the ceiling" and "the most beautiful sight any of us had ever seen." • "fho stone flowers, he 'said, "hung in clusters of indescribable beauty and thpir colors ranged from pyre'White to .'red brown." They formed over the cdnturics in a reaction tit the .limestone with moisture in a curciilar 'room 18 feet in circumfprence and five feet high. The sight Whetted the enthusiasm 'of the 32 men: and women in the expe'ditidn's Advance Camp No. 1, • three miles and six -hours of crawling .and climbing from the cave entrance. Joe Lawrence Jr. of Philadelphia, 27-year-old -leader of the expedition, arrived at the outpost at midnight to .take .charge of the push into unknown area. Scouting teams still are searching 'for a -white for -Advance'Camp No. 2, which, mu^t be six hours '.farther in the cave. The 'teams are equipped not only 'for crawling 'but 'have mountain- climbing gear for scaling 'domes •Whicii'rise 'to a height of -SO feet and, pits which 'drop "to a depth -.of 3 00 or more feet.' 'One tesfm of two women and ifour men, which became s'tranded by fatigue-'on the i three 1 mile''rotrtu to Advance Camp No* *!,; finally arrived after -1314 hours. Among ithem was Mrs. Ida "V. 'Sawtelle of Brooklyn, the ca'mp tcook. He immediately prepared 'a spaghetti dinner for the outpost crew. Five Persons Meet Violent Death 1 By The Associated Pre'ss At; least five -persons have died violently in Arkansas since last Sunday' midnight, including 'a 1 tornado victoms and two ^homicides. \V. L.'Richardson, about 50, was killed early yesterday when a tornado hit the Whit-ton 'community in Mississippi County. The Little Rock :Negro men were lled in separate shootings yesterday. Detectives J. W. Cox said Marcelle Miller was sHot ; to death In" a cafe frae,as. Walter | Ridley, the cafe owner, was charged with manslaughter, said Cox. Deputy Sheriff John Hardhv of Pulaski County said 16-year-old Cleveland Sanders was killed with a .22 'cpJiber -rifle a.t a 'baseball park, Carolyn Brlnwn, 15, was charged with manslaughter, ;Hardin said. Jerry 'Pifje, 22-year-old deaf Ne- jro, ws 1 killed Mondai' when he yalked into the path of a Missouri- Pacific freight 'train at El Dorado. rnernber of the Joint Chiefs off Staff, In. an address prepared '-for :he Naval War College. He voiced -certainty of only -pne :hing — the expanding military strength of Russia, including what he said was the unobtrusive emergence pf the Soviet Union "as the second strongest naval power in terms of the number of ships in commission, second only to the United States." 4 Fei. 20 k t1iruMar,27 1954 staw mm w# 31 Pay* pf High Clm ' .5 'W8 WWQ *"the HP! Spring* " ( # Thi:Krln|). Plu» J8th Rwwal Pf th« (f 10,000 iSBBi^HI?.*?!^'-:--' ^«tti CLUI1 THIS GOES ON ALL DAY LONG—Motorists probably love it, •but the gasoline price war in Kansas City, Mo., is keeping sign painters busy as they atlemp* to-kecp abreast of changing prices. Shortly after the 17.0 cents si::n \v;is made, prices dropped to a tow of 10.9 cents per gallon. dates other boys, but knows 1 1 won't (ell. What should I do? Phttlis Answer: I'm not a soothsayer, but I do believe you have a better- than-even chance of winning the boy back. You must realize, first, that what he was doing when he asked the other girl to write, and wait for him, was providing two year's security for himself. Try to imagine what it would be like for you to be sent thousands of miles from home, knowing you wouldn't see any of your family or •friends, and would be dependent entirely on mail to provide a personal touch. Apparently he wasn't too sure that you would wait for him, so latched onto another girl for assurance. Of course, he should have had more faith in you, but perhaps he has boy friends who were let down by their own girls. Two years is a long time to expect a young girl to go dateless. True Colors Will Show „ Since the other girl obviously isn't the faithful type, it won't be long before her true colors become apparent. You are right in not totaling such behavior would lower you in the eyes of the boy instead of lessening his interest in her. Continue writing to him the friendly letters he requested. It won't be easy for you, but getting the man you want isn't always a cinch. It usually takes a lot of forbearance and patience. But it's worth it, isn't it? to. and until the end of time they will continue. Very often their interference is justified, and should be considered, but not in your case. Struggling through life with a confirmed drunkard is not a course to recdmmend. Dear Miss Dix: What would you consider the normal length of time for a friendship to lead to n marriage proposal in the case of middle-aged people? I feel I have found the ideal woman for me, though I've only known her three weeks. Jim D. Answer: Perhaps you already know the lady as well as you might after a three-year acquaintance. The time is short, but since you feel delay might weaken your chances, go ahead and propose. (Released by The Bell Syndicate, Inc.) Drinkers Urged to Return Pop Bottles LITTLE ROCK. .W— If don't start returning empty pop bottles they might find themselves having to pay more for the so|» drink and more deposit on the bor- ties. That was the warning voiced yesterday by Jim D. Meek of Fort Smith, new president of the Arkansas Bottlers of Carbonated beverages. Meek said soda pop plnnts in Arkansas lose about $335,200 a year because people don't return' empties. "All this tends to increase lap, operating crisis of thp bottler, aiw may .in "the future load to higher drink prices and higher bottle deposits "for Ihe consumer." Meulc told the 43rd annual convention. DOROTHY DIX Triangular Problem •Dear Miss Dix: The boy I Jove | is - overseas. Before leaving ho j asked me to wait for him. Natural-1 ly, I said I would, although he will I be gone two years. Ho wrote, once, j I answered, and heard nothing further from him. Then I learned that he had asked another girl also I to wait for him. I wrote, asking I lor an explanation, and he replied I lliat.hc had met her after he exacted my promise, was sure he loved her, but would like to continue being friends with me. From the general tone of the letter such as the use of particular pet-names, etc., I arn sure he still loves me. I know the other girl is not being true to him — as I would be. She Dea-r Miss Dix: Our home has been broken up three times in 12 years through my husbana's drinking. I have gone back each time) thinking things would be better. ' I work and look after our little girl. I have tried every possible way to make our marriage a success, but have received absolutely no co-operation. My family, however, insist I should go back to him. Are they right to interfere in my business Olive R. Answer: Families may not have the "right" to interfere, but from time immemorial they have tried FRESH When You Buy It FRESH When You Eat It- JUST GET A VOLUME A WEEK ONTA YOU OWN THE COMPLETE 16 " Unlike our regular rntr- cluMKlisc, which c-Jii U- purcltascd ut uny time, this speciul Encyclu- pedia offv'r i-xpires with. in a limited tiiiiL-, Don t deprive your chiMr^n and your family <.-f ihis opcc-in-a-t>tuy-niooii opportunity. 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