FACE TWO H*Uywo«4l'i Cor* ••!.< Thiwwbock— BMlBBTILtB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 7 Talk Too Much,' Talkative Wit Declares; It's All on the Record EDITOR'S NOTE: Here's the lut of four dsipitehes that s h- t you in Intimate closeup of Shelley Winters, Hollywood's modern version of the old-style m~.\\t queen. By ERSKIJ.T JOHNSON- HOLLYWOOD IKEA) — Shelley Winters was dining one evening in a New York cafe when a tnll young man approached her table and fa Id: "How do you do. I'm Franklin D. Roosevelt." "How do you do," replied Shelley. "Im Mrs. Abraham Lincoln." Defending hplsclf later, Shel!e> flipped: "How was I supposed to know there were two of them?" Impulsive, willy Shelley. Hollywood's Sexiest Siren, confesses to fhto story about her but insists now that she was only kidding. But there's no kidding about It when Shelley says: "I talk too much. I get carried away with the sound of my own mouth." When Shelley Winters opens her mouth to say something—and It's hardly ever shut—press aeents quake, women sometimes fnint, strong laen blanch nnd the editors of "Quotable Quotes" departments reach for their pencils. Not off (he Record Right or wrong, Shelley Is always saying something. And to her credit, she seldom says. "This Is off the record." It's always on the record with Shelley, let the bodies fall where they may. Collecting Shpllcytsms Is as popular as canasta in Hollywood, tfoi since Carole Lombard's quick wit filled newspaper columns and wore out typewriter exclamation points has there been anyone like Shelby THURSDAY, JAttTTART SI, 'I'M GETTING TO BE . horhonlal l,p« ,clr and p)»yln t rmwt of her K ene« In bed in «ne film, studio h C)T diamond ring: uteln Eisenr, "Farley gave it to me because I cnnlni and I »'M a good girl and didn't slug while the publicltv "m.'rT' t * ""I, 1 •nybody while making my last pic- pale' «h"; was askecI wh™ she would And there was the time Shelley "we'll "'wrtle'd'^'cih^n^!'" 1 ^ ,* r^o'trUtTtX™ York "A wftT^SL?* I'" 8 "'" "" Shellty winters after wearimj four negligees lots of pholM like this. TALKATIVE SIIRM.EV, v,Uh M51 I.alrto, I. ,lw a thing, rlEM or wrong, but seldom M y« "U,l. h off , he record , r If Riven the opportunity. — w And Mr. Olivier him?' ished off the names of Ein- She in Hollywood. can't brag about It." Asked about the weather at Lake Tnhoe during filming o( scenes for a movie, Shelley said: "It was so cold. I almost gnt married." On her role In "Behave Your*elf:" "I wear four negligees nnd play most of my scenes In bed. I'm getting to be a horizontal type actress." "A friend offered me a choice— a psychoanalysis or a mink coat-., I settled for the mink, It goes n long way toivards fighting a feeling of insecurity." We'd Like to Marry About her one-time - romance wtlh Fiuley Granger: "We'd like to get married, but so many of our friends who got married got divorced mid we're nfrnlcf to. Maybe we'll Just get divorced." On her age: "I'll be 2B when my agent lets me." To a prizefight manager: "I want to own a fighter but haven't much money. So make him R lightwclgrjt," About theVfurntihlngs of her home: .", '' . • ., "The entlre;house is furnished In early relative-all . the things my relatives gave me." . After her loan-out by UT to Paramount: Horse, Get the Breaks About western movies: "I'm beginning to wonrter about the advisability of acting In west- era pictures. The horses are always grabbing the close-ups." On her weight, which she has to waich with a calorie chart: "Success has gone to mv figure " At a party one night there was ence of a free press In this cmm- ^try. Shelley finally broke it up They certainly are free ivith me^' (r " Gcxy P hol ograph of her"I'm going to be In every men's room In the country." Alter Farley Granger gave her a Arkansas Has Praise for U.S.' Europe Army MEMPHIS. Tenn. r/Pi— The head of the ciefen.se bond drive In Arkansas says the U. S. Army In Europe Is being run with near perfect elflciency. VV. W. Campbell of Forrest City, president of the National Bank of Ity man's beam turned to horror. "Oh," said Shelley. "I wouldn't discuss anything with Olivier, I'd Just ask him to come back after (he others had left. Since her superb acting performance in "A Place in the Sun," there .-- v.v, ,,.i, has bccn a ™ w P Ia « for Shelley naming—and music with Tos- ^ n Hollywood. wh t ho -I "* :mis ' J ^ e a success." she says. le^let'Tt n S v kC ,"'H .I" 5 '' 1 ' ^ ^ ""ntVnB'hirmoney"'''' ley let it fly and the public- a.ist of a series.) Professor's Wife To Graduate from College in Idaho NEW YORK (AP) - Dr. C a r 1 Hammer. Hunter College mathematics professor will be g!ad when Feb. a comes this year because he's getting tired of haviifg. one of the students nroiind the house doing her homework. At that commencement day his wife, Jeannctte, 35. a former model and fashion illustrator for 10 years, will get her sheepskin. She finished her interrupted colleciale career with Phi neta Kappa honors. After gathering bits or learning at Salinas Junior College in California and art schools !n Chicago and Kansas City, she decided In 1943 to finish the job at Hunter College, she was so impressed that she suggested that her husband get a teaching job there. Mrs. Hammer's mother, Mrs. Net"« M . G^ge, 67, will receive an M.A. In education in June from the University of Idaho. WARNING OBDEB In the Chanmr Onrt, Chkka- «awb» Dhtrlet, MiMriul;pl Gouty, Arkaniuw. Johnny Miller, Pt(. vs. No. 1193T Ella Oean Miller, Dft. The defendant, Ella Oean Miller, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days In the wui-t named In the caption hereof and answer the complaint ol the plaintiff, Johnny Miller. Dated this 4th day of January, 1952. Harvey Morris. Clerk By Anita Bykes. D. O. C. P. Cooper, attorney for ptf. Ed B. Cook, attorney ad lltem. 1110-17-J4-J1 SUE M UttU Sim M Tiklili 2k. IM IH «c MOTHBU ModernUaq '•'Sif's* 1 ' 1 "' • dult' Vot«t STJOSEhTj ASPUII • Fiery, Smarting Itch of Common Skin Rashet ' .m '= C ' V"" 1 t smooth Rejmol Oi Eastern Arkansas, reported on his recent tour of Europe in an interview. Under Gen. Dwight Eisenhower. Campbell said, no American soldiers are wasting tirne nor Is there evidence of a single U. S. dollar straying from its purpcxse. Campbell uccunea to say whcthci he is a supporter of Eisenhcwer for the Republican presidential nomination. FOR RENT Typewriters & Adding Msdiines New & Late Model Machines—Low Rates We boj n«d offfce machines & furniture. Johnson Office Equipment Co. SALES—SERVICE 112 S. Broadway—Phone 1420 NOTICE Thursday, January 31st Is the final date to buy your city TRUCK and AUTO tags without paying penalty. AH TRUCK and AUTO owners residing in the city are required to have these city tags. Get them at the city clerks office, city hall. O OPEN THURSDAY NIGHT • City of Blytheville t ro,, .r, »ult«tlmu, i «, w nrl ».: ••. m>kr-ui> m.Y hsrp aonje, yet It c*n'l \«KO me l».'n »rnl ntrvouinfwn out cl your Byra Hilt CArd«1..iicniIoi«. A little Cwdul MC& Oay hM '" "° ° - , looked II i us on a winter arrival in \i iorft. "It wns to cold," she ra on annf r w | n(ry occa . ;.,„_ almost got married," UOHTHLY CKA CHANCE OF Tm proud of my appearance! • • . says this neat looking fellow, and your husband will be too, when his shirts are laundered crisp and sparkling bright. . We'll wash and iron your laundry to perfection at reasonable rates, BLYTHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY & CLEANERS PHONE 4418 if you want 1o see what this guy IS SO > excited about turn to page 9.
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