Independent from Long Beach, California on February 13, 1958 · Page 87
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 87

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, February 13, 1958
Page 87
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PII Z2-F1JZJ-IM9ZS MDVfMMNr-PCIM-TILIMAM l«« e*Mh, C.IK., Thw.., r«h. 13, 1 »5t Alan Ladd Shooting _ * *^"" F' 11* r* _i. v /* for His First Oscar HOLLYWOOD OLE) -- A1 a n Ladd is shooting, for his first: Oscar--and if he gets it, .part of the credit will go to a six-gun. Ladd honestly says that he hopes "The Proud Rebel" will bring him an Academy Award. He's done well in HoDywood in his 15 years of box office success, and now he'd like an Oscar. ' · The. star's thoughts about winning are based on the role he has in the picture. ' He thinks its emotional qualities put him in the contender class. I "Naturally, I'm aware of this," he said. "I'm just a little nervous about it, too. I guess every actor at some time or another gets' serious' thoughts about a possible Oscar. While found .he Iflced the itory so much that he reconsidered and wound up asking for the part. ."I felt the lines more when! wai doing:, them with David, guess," Ladd said. ' ".They- were somehow d i f f e r e n t--I don 1 know quite how to explain it.' Right to Left ITHACA, N. Y. OIK--Several years ago Samuel Ward broke his right ,wrist and so learned how to write with his left hand, Recently Ward, 15, broke his left wrist and began trying to re-learn how to write with his right hand. , · . it's premature to talk about it, I'd ..sure like to have one, and I'll say so. · "'Who wouldn't?" * » . * * OTHERS EN* THE FILM include Olivia de -Havilland and Ladd's 10-year-old son, David. Ladd said that while the film is essentially a western and that he' does his quota, of 'shooting, it has much more serious overtones than western generally have. That's why he put in such seriBus acting on it. Ladd plays an impoverished, proud former Confederate soldier who is in the Midwest looking for a doctor to heal his mute son.' He sells the boy's sheep dog after much soul- searching in order to pay for the boy's treatment The son hates him- for it, 'and. that's where -Ladd'j problems really start. · The actor said that he entered the film only because his own-son, David, signed for it first. Ladd had been approached about taking the lead role 'but 'turned it down due to other commitments. . When he hc-lped David learn his lines, he your Valentine* to a new YOU!' February Special Gold Wave $lfl r.g. $15 IW Gold Wave $750 reg. $10 * 3 STYLISTS · Norma Manl*y · Carol Llndbcrg · Tony ANTON'S ME 3-3193 BEAUTY 3421 E. ARTESIA SALON Downty · Artula Shopping Cenfer F A M O U S . · P R ' I - S H Chocolates 1 tt-lb. Satin $ Ht«rt kx.. With Mw... HEART BOXES All she^Vi to 5-lb. Your favoritt saUction of fampui, fr«*h H«Un Grac« Candy, VaUnlinit wrapped-- ........«.'··-"--···"·Lb. BOX CANDIES! LAKE WOOD CENTER · LOS ALTOS · IIXIY KNOLLS · SAN PIDRO · DISNIYLAND HOTIL . · SOUTHIAY · ALSO MeCLAHY'S IN LYMWOOD HFR FEfT ON THE FtOOR While-In New York, Helen Wood, "Miss Australia," stopped at the City Hall to have her "short-snorter" · dollar, bill signed by Mayor. Robert Wagner. The 20-year-old beauty is a little taller than the mayor, so she took care of that-jn a'hurjy by removing . her shoes. Those are her stockinged.feet peeking . out from under the table. . ' · LOOK, MAI NO HANDS Designed for bundle-laden shoppers, this no-hands ·telephone is being tried out at a public phone booth in the Cincinnati City Hall. The equipment, only such installation in the nation, enables the caller to talk over a small speaker alongside the phone (right) without removing the hand set. The voice of the person on the other end of the line comes in over the same speaker, which also has a volume control. You still need a free hand to place the call and drop the coins. If the dialer considers the call not one for "public consumption," the whole system can be bypassed by using the hand set. IDC A PAYS Off . Anthony Vassallo, screw machine operator at "the · Kodak Apparatus and Optical Division, Rochester, . N. Y., happily waves a check for $23,495. It was : his reward for an idea he dropped in ·'· pany's "suggestion box" showing how a number ·. of production operations could be combined in one 1 machine, resulting in substantial sayings. It wa;s: ·', the largest award in Kodak's 60-year-old suggestion system and the second largest in American industry. A FAMILY AFFAIR! THE GIANT [FROZEN FOOD SALE AT I SMART IFOLKS STOCK UP r AND SAVE! SAVE! SAVE! FRIGID FAVORITES »"""/ QUALITY MEATS LAMB SALE U.S.D.A. CHOICE NUTRITIOUS ECONOMICAL SHOULDER SQUARE CUT 3-4 Lb. Avg. Wt. SHOULDER CHOPS ROUND BONE CHOPS LAMB PATTIES 1 C Ib. LAMB NECKS lb. LAMB SHANKS LAMB BREAST SKI ENJOY A TENDER WHOLE HAMS 53 Ib. LEE'S FLAVOR DE LUKE NNED HAMS CUT OF HAM WITH THAT IXT*A;$MOKID PUVOI HAM SLICES 95 BUTT CUTS 55 C Ib. SHANK CUTS 43 BONELESS KISKET CORNED BEEF 59 | HOtMIL'i UIDWIST SLICED » I BACON 1-lb. Pkg. 59 STRICTLY FHISH TRUCOD FILLETS 47! ILUI DIAMOND MIOXIN. BREADED 1;., SHRIMP Pk8 $ T 23 FINEST PRODUCE SOLID HEADS LETTUCE 2 «25 e RUSSET ·^^ ^H ·^·WC POTATOES 10 - 37' VENUS ^^ |f%C POPCORN ^i29 c RED RADISHES or GREEN SUNNY VALLEY MEDIUM GRADE A FRESH EGGS DOZ. CTN. PICTSWEET FROZEN FOODS PEAS * CUT CORK * PEAS and CARROTS LEAF SPINACH*SQUASH*FRENCH FRIES -YOUR CHOICE PKGS. SUNSHINE STATE FROZEN ORANGE BANQUET FROZEN MEAT CHICKEN . TURKEY JUICE BANQUET FR PIES STAR KIST FROZEN ^Rfe TUNA PIE 3 MORTON'S FROZEN ^R^ MACARONI 3 2 4 CAMPBELL'S FROZEN OYSTER STEW CLAM CHOWDER CREAM of SHRIMP MINUTE'MAID FROZEN BLEND GOZ. TINS IOZ. PKGS. 80Z. PKGS. JUICE CAKE BOX FROZEN 10 OL 60Z. TINS BANANA or LEMON FRAD1LIS FROZEN DINNER MINUTE MAID FROZEN GRAPE FRIED CHICKEN 4 KOLD KIST FROZEN BEEF DINNER BIRDS EYE FROZEN MIXED j^ FRUIT 2 JANE ANDERSON'S CORN |Bp TORTILLAS 5 JANE ANDERSON'S SLICED CHEESE 120Z. ' PKG. IOZ.. TINS 120Z. PKG. AMERICAN PIMIENTO - SWISS SWIFT'S BRAUNSCHWEIGER CHUBS PKGS. OF 12 IOZ. PKG. IOZ. PKE. SPECIALS FOR TOURS., FBI., SAT., SUN., FEB. 13,14,15,16 LISTEN TO KMPC FOR OUR DAILY RADIO SPECIALS We Reiirve the Right to Limit Qu«nt!tle« ' «·!*« Tax Added to T«x»ble Item* TMittcl C«c«nut DOUGHNUTS 6

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