The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 15, 1952 · Page 3
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, MARCH IB, HAL BOYLE'S COLUMN (AMD Former Navy Frogman Looks, Acts Natural In Hollywood Setting W YORK If) - Every once In ture. Then they gave him a couple while something comes out, of! of bit roles In two other pictures lHmw^rt tViat. InrtVc onrf „..». ...,» - .. , ... .. _ pivi-mLj Hollywood that looks and acts natural. This Is the case with Aldo Ray He Is a 25-year-old former Navy "frogman." The film people aren't quite sure whether in Aldo they have another Gary Cooper or just ther brief-twinkling male star- ;ay Isn't too worried either way. He likes acting and the prospect of a life spent in fretting about the Income tax in the higher brackets. On the other hand, it wouldn't destroy his belief in himself if he had to return to his old job as constable In his home town—Crockett, Calif. "I enjoyed being a constable and I have a lot of frienri.s there," he and weren't so sure. Hay acted so natural he confused them. They gambled on him by assigning him in a co-starring role with Judy Holliday In "The Marrying Kind," and gave him the lead spat, in the forthcoming "From here to Eternity." He Is now about the hottest prospect in the Industry but his. career still awaits the verdict of fanriotn. His bosses sent him here to go through the hoopla customary in building up a new film figure — interviews, personal appearances, endorsements of dog foods and so forth. Through it all he has kept his balance extremely well and -size. He's Kepi Busy "But they've kept me so busy I catch myself shaking my own hand in revolviiiK doors." he remarked, COLD CHICKEN— You've heard of the "cat's pajamas MS of asri - « but this . . ,... ,. . , i hasn't had to call for a larger hat earn. It wont break my heart to BO back to the people I know." Ray Is Blond Ray is a blond six-foot, 195- poimd, easy-gcing guy with' a relaxed manner that films well and a gravel-husky voice that people re- > ' 1 """" B ' member Onc afternoon n<! sneaked a little He looks like the football plaver I "™ . ° ul , fr T his P« - "ranged j he used to be and he K ot into the I <*h«, u ie to no something he him-; movie business by accident. One of •• elf ' ranlcd ' - He tlrop P ed mto his five brothers saw a newspaper ad calling for football players to play In "Saturday's Hero." A^do borrowed his brother's car, drove to Hollywood and got a job. "Well, he's no actor," the execu- S^M^ her pr«ed flock was mohing. The flannels saved ,Se nock Maureen O'Hara Is Choice of Irish ^^T^,^^^!" iCe0t ,! ilb ^. 0t Co "< !n *>»-* Mtyo , tives agreed after seeing the pic- x-Cart Thouaht 'More Suit-able' For Some Drivers WASHINGTON 0??—Many automobile drivers on the roads today shouldn't, have tiny thing speedier than an ox-cart says U. S. Judge Alfred P. Murrah of Oklahoma City, He was the main speaker at the ninth annual meeting of the. National Committee for Traffic Safety Thursday. He was elected chairman succeeding Dr. John w. Studebaker, New York, former U. S. education commissioner. "We are building automobiles that loaf at 100 miles an hour. We drive them on highways built for automobiles of another generation and they are driven by tho.se who should be in an ox cart," a Aid Judge Murrah. elf wanted. He bookstore and bought a copy cf Elizabeth Brownins's "Sonnets From The Portuguese," a volume of love poetry. i "I've always wanted to read U," f he. said. "I never cot to finish college, but I don't see why that should keep me from going on learning." A Normal Gu;r Ray is a normal, healthy-minded puy and dislikes studio publicity j tub-thumping about his wartime service .An expert swimmer, he 5 was one of the Navy frogmen a.s- [ signed to clear the beaches at Okinawa of underwater obstacles before the infantry landed. When a I>ress asent brought this up, Aldo! langhed and said: I "Yes, it was real rugged — there I wasn't a shot fired while I wa.s In '• the water. The Japs had already ! pulled back from that beach." j His bluest victory in Ho'lyv/ocd j was his flat refusal to change his ! name. "They wanted to call me John Harrison," he said. "What would my friends think of that? I couldn't, stand it." J The, net result is that he is now! known as Aldo Ray on the screen— I and all his old friends call him by a new nickname—"Harrison." tlte Irish is Maureen O'Hara. The Ancient Order of Hiberni- ans, in a poll conrtucied in the United States and Canada, voted her its outstanding Irish actress for 1951. She'll get a statuette of St. Patrick on St. Pat's Day next Monday when the Hibernians really cut loose at the annual ball. Miss O'Hara, Dublin born, star- h red in the film. "The Silent Man,"i which was made in and near the! Ireland, last year. PAO1 Designer Says Sarong Is Fine Home Wear for Housewives Br BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD ifl>(—Imayine coming home from work and finding tile little woman vacuuming the parlor in a sarong! Ask* designer Edith Head, what's urong with that? She Is launching A campaign to make the home more glamorous. "Olainor has gone out of the home," sighed the perl brunette who designs clothes for Betty Hutton. Belle Davis and other film queens. "There are two occasions In the day when a man nnrt wife notice each other most. That's when he Is leaving lor work in the morning mid when he returns home at night. Hoth occasions are duds sartorially speaking, "When a wife gels up in situation, aside from going hock and hiring « maid? "•The wife should steal a the few minutes to beautify herself." said Miss Head. "And If she doesn't have the time lo change her clothes, then she should wear a uniform that would be neat and attractive >t all times. "Doctors, businessmen, carpenters — nil lines of work have their own uniforms. Yet the biggest single group of working people — the housewives— have no uniform. I think women make a mistake In using their old-worn-out clothes lo do the housework In. Thus Ihev rpen<l most of their lives In old clothes Honsrcoat In Fin* ' OM1 arOU " rt I " lmt ln . "1 don't mean that they have to break- ; one uniform for the housewife could HER KINDNESS REPAID—A two-month vacation in Hawaii will he enjoyert by Mrs. Nellie Kiefer, 6B-year-oltI widow, of Lii Crosse. Wis., who recently received a check for $450 from Japanese- American soldiers of the IflOth Infantry Bin., and 4-!2nd Regimental Combal Team. Mrs. Kiefer befriended the men when they were stationed at Camp McCoy durinp World War n. An additional token of their esteem'is this scroll, sen! lo Mrs. Kiefer by one ol the men. Best Teen-Age Driver in U.S. Con Win $1,000 TULSA, Okla. //Pi— A il.OOfl col- ieue scholarship will be awarded the best, teen-age driver in a nation-wide contest next summer thR United Slates Junior Chamber ol Commerce has announced. Lee Price. Jr.. Jaycee president, said the contest, to be called the "Teen-age Hoad-E-O," will begin on the local level in June with state winners receiving all expense paid trips to the national meet. Site of the national competition is to be announced in April. An Insurance firm (Liberty Mutual! is co-sponsor of the contest which Price said will stress skills needed /or daily safe driving. Teen-agers who have been cited (or traffic violations in (he six months before the contests will not be eligible. .,. she throws herself, whips up a ,„ ull ., llv .. „„,. mmnrnl Ior lne I™ ,? s s e Wds nnd 5poo " s hc tlle housecoat, which can be some food down the baby. When , neat, attractive and Inexpensive going l^Tork hor'haiV'rV''''""! 8 ' 1 '' ° a " " c ' fo1 ™ }m ' >">'"« <?«»« In curlers and/she Is a mess'" "" j he/'hustand "onuls IwmeTl'nlBhl" ...... ? lu ' Is "'"''" °"l I The housewife could also adopt When he returns home at night. [ other eyc-npuMlliiK outfit* /,. Hd« »nT n °' U H I r ?"' millrtln P ( l>e! added, even suggesting a sarong" kids all day and taking care ol the 'Miss Head whipped one un (or house. She ,s too busy making din-i ni-o.-cla Fleiiiing to «ear In "Tronic ner to cnnngc tile old clothes she j Zorc." Sj|. c snld that the creili.m Bn, ^"cl™"'"*'^ '">"><• (»." could easily be mamilactureciI or But what can be done about this housewife use, particularly in «i™ AN OLD RINGER—The Planet Saturn shows oft the splendor ol her rings In this view captured by the 100-inch Hooker telescope of Mount Wilson Observatory, in California. The ring syslcm ^believed to be composed of relatively small particles of matter which revolve within the gravitational field of the planet mer climes. Mi.ss Head's cittu'ism of the los* of glamor wasn't only directed at the. [air s«x She also rapped the husbands of America. Averaee .Man In Business "The avcras? man in business dre.sses up In the morning so he can look his best throughout the day," she cited. "Bu when he ?ets home he doesn't ca E ho\v lie looks. Vie wants to get nlo s.->metluni. more comfortable. I days of more grare- lul living, th,- would lime meant a handsome drc.^mp robe or a Prince Albert jacket. the solution?" I we wear sarongs, -But nowadays when he sets Into something more comfortable, h« wears something old and worn out —like a sweat shirt. Jeans and sneakers." "So u-hrtt Is asked. "Should ton?" "No silly," she replied. "There are plenty of snorts clothes which .lie good looking and yet. provide leisure and relaxation." She concludfrt: "If husljnnds and «-iiT5 no lo-^cr carp ho'.v they appear to each other, what will hap. pen lo the American home?" Slingshot Vandals Get Too Good, Shoot Glass Bottle Out of Hands LOS ANGELES W) —Slingshot vanriats are getting entirely too accurate in their aim. They raised considerable havoc In the Inglewood and Lennox areas earlier thi.s week by shooting glass marbles through windows of business establishments and residences. Last night a vandal from a moving automobile shot a quart of oil out of the hands of a service station attendant. David R. Oren, 20, said he was wiping off the bottle when he heard z-i'-n-" and felt, the glass crash in his hand. WARKINO ORDEK In the Chancery Court, Chlcka- sawb.i District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Georgia Montgomery, ptf. V 'S- NO. 11.B96 Freman Montgomery. Dft. The defendant. Freeman Montgomery, is hereby warned to np- pear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff. Georgia Montgomery. Dated this 7th day of March 1952, Harvey Morris. Clerk By Anita Rykes. D. C. G W. Barham. attorney for ptf. Ed. B. Cook, attorney Ad Litem. 3 8-15-22-23 mo 0 ^ T ^ E . MOON - A l *"««al moon-ship hovers some 200 miles over the surface of the moon, as scientists lrt space suits take photos of "the man in the moon " in this arii«-« ;i .• ^^^^^ ladies... OPEN THE DOOR TO NEW WASHING PLEASURE! ""'""U^A^MAnc WAtfl. ON DEMONSTRATION TUESDAY, MARCH 18 ONE DAY ONLY! This is the washer you've read about. (An independent research organization has judged it one of the most efficient automatic washers made!) It's the one you should see before you decide on any automatic washer. And you now have the opportunity to see the ABC-O-Matic in actual operation Tuesday! Hubbard Hardware is having a special home economist on hand that one day to show you how wonderfully this machine washes. Plan to spend half an hour with us Tuesday - the demonstration starts at 9:30 in the morning. Register for the door prize, too. Bring a friend and come on down-you'll discover that this v/ill be one of the most profitable half hours you ever spent! AUTOMATIC levcler HUBBA HARDWA 213 West Main Street in Biytheviile

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