The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 26, 1963 · Page 9
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Katherine Hepburn, Bette Davis Are Oscar Nominees By JANES BACON AP Movie-Television Writer HOLLYWOOD (AP) - T w o volatile actresses who won their last Academy Awards in the 1930s are the hottest contenders today in Hollywood's Oscar race. Bette Davis and Katharine Hepburn, born in 1908 and 1909, respectively, are the ones to beat in the best actress category at the 35th Oscar awards. The nominees were announced Monday. Winners will be named April 8. The incendiary nature of the top actress nominations contrasted with soft-spoken Gregory Peck 'and Jack Lemmon being rated as favorites for best actor. For Miss Davis, the nomination was her 10th, the most of any performer. It must have given her great satisfaction because only a few months ago she inserted a touching "situation wanted" ad in the local papers. But that was before "Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?" became the year's box office sensation. Should Bette win, she would become the first actress to win three Oscars. Her previous ones came in 1935 for "Dangerous" and in 1938 for "Jezebel.", EVERYTHING IN FLAT GLASS WINDOWS MIRRORS FURNITURE and DESK TOPS SUFFRON Glass Co. 418 N. Main Ph. CH 2-2515 Her closest competitor in nonv nations is Miss Hepburn who got her ninth as the tormented mother of Eugene O'Neill's "Long Day's Journey Into Night." Miss Hepburn hasn't won an Oscar since 1933 for "Morning lory." The other top actress nominees: mentor of Helen Keller in "The Miracle Worker"; Geraldine Page, the fading actress of "Sweet Bird of Youth," and Lee Remick, the alcoholic wife of "Days of Wine and Roses." For Peck, the nomination is his fifth. He has yet to win an Oscar. One of the screen's most handsome men, he wore spectacles to play the small-town Southern lawyer of "To Kill a Mockingbird." Lemmon, as the alcoholic husband of "Days of Wine and >ses," got his fourth nomination —third as top actor. He previously had won as best supporting actor in 1955 for "Mr. Roberts." Other male nominees: Marcello Mastroianni, the Italian star of "Divorce—Italian Style"; Burt Lancaster, the "Birdman of Alcatraz," and Peter O'Toole as "Lawrence of Arabia." The other movies nominated were "The Longest Day," "The Music Man," "Mutiny on the Bounty" and "To Kill a Mockingbird." For best supporting actor, the nominees were: Ed Begley ("Sweet Bird of Youth"), Victor Buono ("Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?"), Telly Savalas ("Birdman of Alcatraz"), Omar Sharif ("Lawrence of Arabia"), and Terence Stamp ("Billy Budd"). For best supporting actress: Mary Badham ("To Kill a Mockingbird"), Patty Duke ("The Miracle Worker"), Shirley Knight ("Sweet Bird of Youth"), Angela Lansbury ("The Manchurian Candidate") and Thelma Hitter ("Birdman of Alcatraz"). Lou Mutton collapsed at home last May 18. Short But Full Life SECAUCUS, N.J. (AP) - He could eat six pizzas at one sitting and finish off a case of beer watching television, said his longtime friend. He was warned two months ago that his weight was endangering his life, said his physician, Dr. A. T. Stokes. And Sunday a heart attack killed John Sully Jr. Sully was 29, 5 feet 10 weighed 650 pounds. and Actually None of 'em are White •They are Red - Brown - Yellow - Green • Orange - Silver and Blue. Red White and Blue (fflC) No. 8, 3-14 Plow on Rubber $100.00 Bright Yellow (Kelley Ryan) Feed Wagon P.T.O. 845.00 Orange (Mono) Chain Saw 59.50 Green (J.D.) 8'8" Wheel Disk 250.00 Red and White Ford Tractor, '48, 8-N .... 425.00 Red 32-ft. (H&G) 6" Portable Auger .... 139.00 Silver (Day West) Feed Mill 39.00 Red 50-ft. Hammer Mill Belt 82.50 Green (J.D.) 12-ft. Spring Tooth 99.00 Red (fflC) 16'7" Drill — Fert. — Seeder .. 69.00 Red (mC) 45-T P.T.O. Baler 889.00 Yellow (Cherokee) Dozer Blade, new 79.00 Yellow (Cherokee) P.T.O. Feed Wagon, new 497.50 Red (IHC) 2-row Planter, like new 89.00 Yellow (M-M) UTU Tractor, it's good 549.00 Green (Soil Surgeon) 2-selection 89.00 Yellow (Clinton) Chain Saw 19.95 Orange & Black (Blackhawk) 2-row planter 29.95 Green (J.D.) 3-14 mounted Plow and Hitch 169.95 Orange (AC) 7-ft. Mower 88.75 Orange (AC) '50 W.D. Tractor, Excellent . 449.00 Orange (AC) 2-14 Plow, Mounted 49.00 There Are Dozens More Runnin' All Over the Place Come In and Help Catch Your Choice -They're Cheap, CHEAP, CHEAP Ottawa Tractor & Imp. 119 East 2nd CH 2-4400 Fire Destroys Old College MACON, Ga. (AP)-Authorities probed smoke-blackened ruins today to determine what started the general alarm fire which destroyed old Wesleyan College are three apartment buildings am caused damage estimated at $250, 000. Only the four-story brick shel remained of the vacant building which was being torn down tc make room for a new post office Two firemen were injured am more than 30 families left homeless in this middle Georgia citj by the four-hour fire Sunday. Blame Aspirin In Deaths KANSAS CITY (AP)-The sud- en deaths of 5-year-old twin girls were caused by aspirin poisoning, coroner's report shows, but the hildren's parents say they don't mow how the girls got the medi- ine. Bonnie nd died ler sister, Connie Sue, dropped lead at school Feb. 8. Laboratory tests showed enough ispirin in the girls' blood to be atal, the coroner's office said Monday. Other common medicines besides aspirin contain sali- •ylate. The mother, Mrs. Loyd Button, aid neither of the girls ever had a. serious illness nor had taken regulac medication before their leaths. Connie Sue was given aspirin luring an attack of mumps in January, but Mrs. Hutton said tbere was no aspirin in the home when Connie Sue died. There was only a small bottle of pills containing aspirin, but none of those was missing, they said. The sheriff's office said a detective is investigating the case. WAMTADS Call CH 2-4700 Bet There II Be Some Hangovers Tomorrow By BEN THOMAS NEW ORLEANS, La. (AP)-Almost anywhere else it would be sheer lunacy. But New Orleans calls it Mardi Gras and becomes the "city that care forgot." Half a million people—maybe more—throw away their inhibitions today for one big, frenzied blowout. Cool weather and scattered showers were forecast, but it would take a downpour to drive the happy crowds off the streets. Between sunup and sundown masking is the rule—this year by order of Mayor Victor Schiro. The variety of costumes is endless. The masked reverlers cavort through the city as costumes and makeup turn sedate businessmen into creatures from outer space kids into clowns, women into harem girls. Whole families dress in monkey suits, some draped in Spanish moss. Parades are scheduled throughout the day and into the night, starting with the zany antics of Zulu, the Negro Carnival deity. Mardi Gras ends officially when the tower clock in historic St. Louis Cathedral strikes midnight and Rex, the king of Carnival, and Comus, the oldest Carnival deity, drink a solemn champagne toast. Then begin the solemn penitential 40 days of Lent. To Air Pope's Lenten Message VATICAN CITY (AP) - Pope John XXin will broadcast a Lenten message to the world Wednesday night, the Vatican announced today. The pontiff's speech will be carried by Vatican radio and rebroadcast in hookups around the world. Paolan Named White Trustee LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP)—Five Kansans and one Missourian have been elected trustees of the William Allen White Foundation at the University of Kansas, it was announced Monday. They are John H. Colburn, editor and publisher of the Wichita Eagle-Beacon; Floyd F. Ecord, general manager of the Burlington Republican; Mrs. Margaret Sally Keach, Mission, author; Richard B. Fowler, editor and president of the Kansas City Star, Drew McLaughlin Jr. publisher of the Miami Republican, Paola, and Kenneth J. Powell, editor of the Southwest Daily Times, liberal. THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, February 26, 1963 WHY ME Public Sale Wednesday Feb. 27 J. L. ROKES Residence 1P.M. 926 E. 7th St. Gas Range, G. E. Refrigerator, Cabinet, Dish Cabinet, drop leaf table and chain, dining table, chairs and buffet, gas heater, stand tables, Stero record player, radio, Studio couch, swivel rocker, divan, 9 x 12 rug, 3 rockers, 3 beds complete, 2 dressers 3 chest drawers, 3 pc. bedroom suite, New portable sewing machine, 2 wardrobes, David Bradley garden tractor and attachments, garden tools, Reznors, Dishes, bottle collection of Clocks, Lots Antiques and Misc. Not Responsible in Case of Accidents Nothing to be removed until settled for. Auct: Harold Stewart Clerk: Edith Crandall TERMS: Cash OflAST TIM? PAA One good reason: Plymouth's new 5-year/50,000-mile warranty* Wt know wo had • hot car. Than, whtn Plymouth an- nouncod that it was backing up its quality with America's longest and host new-car warranty, wo woro doubly suro. Look what happonod-Plymouth salos in Docombor woro M.5% ahoad of last yoar, right in this Salos Rogion. •Vow Authorixed NymoMth-ValiMt DMlir't Warranty against defects in maltriil and workmanship 0119M cars has tat* upended to include pert* replacement or repair, without chart* ler rewired part* w hbor. for S years or 50,000 miles, whichever comes first, on the engine Mock,kead and Internal parts; transmission case and internal part* ("eluding manual clutch); lot qua converter, drive ihafl, universal joints (aicludini dust covers), rear site and differential, •nd rear wheat hearings, provided the vehicle has been serviced at reasonable Intervah) according to the •lymoStn.Valiant Certified Car Care schedules. BOB WHITE MOTOR CO, 118 8. Hickory, Ottawa, KMUUM 10 Big Reasons To See... OK PHOTO SERVICE 1. Fan-fold Flash units. Reg. $9.95 .. Only $6.88 2. TDC type plastic dust covers. Reg. 49c .... 9c 3. $89.95 and $99.95 Bell & Howell Proj. .. $54.44 4. Slide storage file. Reg. $9.95 $4.99 5. Leather gadget bags % Price 6. Electric Eye Slide cameras .... reduced $40.00 7. Kodak Brownie movie cameras. Reg. $27.50 $14.99 8. Movie light bars. Reg. $8.95 $4.88 9. All movie camera lens % Price 10. TDC slide trays 49c OK PHOTO SERVICE 314 S. Main Byrne Plugs 2-Price Wheat Plan KANSAS CITY (AP)-Rejection f the two-price wheat program the forthcoming referendum would have disastrous effects on arms and cities in the wheat belt nd cause major trouble in world rade, a farm leader said Monday light. Martin J. Byrne of Topeka, 'resident of the Kansas Fanners Union, said wheat growers would lave to plant all the wheat they ould if the plan is rejected. As a result, at least 65 million acres would be harvested when 50 mil- ion would produce ample wheat upplies. "The excess wheat would drive he price down to $1 a bushel," Byrne told the Farmers Club of reater Kansas City, "and the result would be the cutting of bases or loans to farmers from lending agencies one-half and doubling in size the outstanding loans and that part of the loin to bo repaid by the sale of wheat." Some farmers would be wiped out, and business in the cttieaf would suffer, Byrne said., ' On the other hand, he said approval of the program would mean $2 or more a bushel far most of the farmers' wheat in 1964 and reduction of wheat surpluses, "which means the cost to the taxpayer also would be-reduced." •:$' Whir* Elephant SALE Lingerie Reg. Sale Gowns .... 1.99 1.69 Slips 1.99 1.69 Capri's-2.99-1.99 Handbags •• I «wQ . (Special Purchase) ; HOSE 60 ga., 15 deniier; 2 Pair $1.00 Mode O'Day Shop 210 S. Main II Actually We have NO Whift Elephants ... but we are... Offering You 20% DISCOUNT On All Stone Set Rings WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY TROUT JEWELRY 201 S. 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