Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 30, 1958 · Page 9
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 9

Hope, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 30, 1958
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Thunday, Oetetar 30,1951 MOM STAR, HOP!, ARKANSAS Should Have Been a Star 2 Years Ago §y §6B fH6MA§ AP Motion PlcfUfe HOLLYWOOD (Ai 5 )— Constance TcMei-s, who has the dreatti as 1 signmetil of costarfitig with Wil» iiafli Molden and John Wnyhu, should Have 'beeti a star two years ago. One ol the things that held her tack is that tn-dduccfs didn't have the visiort that some of the irest of US had. Another is — 1 beg your pardon for this — that doiinid towers- She stands a delightful 5 feel Taylor & Jordan USED CARS - Artd — BODY SHOP 216 S. Hazel , Phone 7-4022 Orvllle Taylof * John Bill Jordan GRILL CAFE — BREAKFAST — 35c — 50e — 65c Home Style Hot Biscuits Open 3 A, M. to 8 P, M. FRAN'S' TAP-BALLET-BALLROOM ACROBATIC-BATON Special Classes for Tiny Tots! , PR 7-4335 IOW-MICS TV WITH EXCLUSIVI MOTOROLA GOLDEN OUARANTEI Full year guarantee on all tubes and parts, 6 years on ' Golden Tube Sentry Unit. Use. as stereo speaker. Finishes: Char- (i. Charcoal IWlkl coal; Grained Mahogany or Grained Blond, Mod- 229" •1 21T58. INI YOU! TIADI EASY PAY TIRE STORE 214 E, 2nd. Hop.e, Ark, 9 of 10 ift high hSe-is. ¥hoii|h She has obvl6xiS ^uftlitles for slatdotti — a fisltifal Ser|mahesque b»eu- ty. blonde Kelly-like hair nhd a Hch voice that is all her otfti — hef height was against her, Somehow, male stats don't like lo look up at their leading ladies. Fortunately, Wayne and ttotdcri rise above her. ilence she cjuali' tied for the leadittg female role in the live'iriillion-dollar 'Morse Soldiers." She plays a Southern belle who spies oh Vt ia h kl e e interlopers Wai-he and Moldeh and is kld« Haped by them on their cavalry inarch through the South, Why hasht she gotten lo Ihe lop faster? It's a \Vohdel- to many who have Calight her on the supper dub cir* cult, il recall seeing hef on the closing night of the old Last Frontlet Motel in Las Vegas. She Was a knockout. But she couldn't get anywhere ih films, ColUinbia brought her out here after she made a hit In her first big'lihie dale as a singer al Ihe SI, Regis in New York, "I did just one picture — a quickie with Frankie Laine," she recalled. "1 didn't have much lo do and Blake Edwards,' who was di- I'ecting his first picture, dldnt have much time to devote to me. The picture did nolhihg for me." She asked for her release and got It, Then she went (back lo Ihe clubs, Meanwhile, she sludled dramatics and sang occasionally on TV. Marty Rackin, who had pro*- vlously considered her for an Alan Ludd film, remembered her when he wettl indepehdenl with John (Lee M'ahin. He introduced her to director John Ford, the ardent fan of Ireland and the Navy, "It didn't hurt thai he had served with my uncle, who is an admiral In the Navy, and that my father was iborn in 'Dublin," Connie said. Of the 500 actresses considered, she was one of 10 who tesled. She won. And now, somewhat overdue, She'll 'be a slar. News Briefs PA'RilS CAT) — Movie sexpot Brigilte Barclol warned loday that she would take legal action against anyone trying to publish 'an unauthorized biography of her. The 23-year-old French star said in a statement lo Paris newspapers that at least 10 people are now, pestering her to write the story of her life and loves. .Her warning may have been do- signed lo protect the market for a more or less official accounl now being revised by her mother. MELBOURNE, Australia CAP) —Prime Minister Robert G. Men- jdes tonight said Australia's foreign policy requires a close alignment with Ihe resl of Ihc British Commonwealth and the United States, . in a political,,speech in preparation, for the parliamentary dec- lions "Nov. .22, Menzies said tjjo dominant element in Australia's foreign policy is to maintain friendly relations, be good neighbors and have powerful friends ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — U.S. Defense Secretary Neil McElroy For Safety — For Silence — We Install Internationa! Parts Mufflers '- \ All Welded Construction f'Silikete" Protection Guoranteed for Life of Car No Installation Charge Wylie Glass & Salvage Co. Hwy. 67 West Hope, Ark, Phone 7-2786 Notional Leer Actually Comes From Poris (AP)— The Inst lime 1 saw Port \Vashihgloh, N.V., thd bbuleVardiers on the 8:05 Were leering. "Going to Paris, 1 hear," said A fellow comftitftei- on the Long Island Railroad. With a khowlhtf elbou' in iny fibs, "Marti Paris! Mail, oh man, oh fnnn!" another man groaned. Thus, long befdre 1 took my first walk in the Harrow streets of Mohtmarlre, 1 fell a heavj> sense of national obligation, as though it were part of Ihd franchise of Ahierican manhood, to be thoroughly wicked in Paris. Now I know where this national leer comes from, It comes from Paris. "Are you nloiic, monsieur?" asked the hole! clerk when 1 reij' istercd. "1 am alone." "Ah, yes, monsieur, you Will eii- joy Paris." On the Bite do Paix, the lady in the perfume shop refused to believe I wanted perfume for my Wife. "Mais oul, monsieur," shfi said, snickering. And sure enough, going into the 'Louvre, I was slopped by a man in a beret who laughed like a muffled hyena. He flashed some postcards; and when I shrugged him off, he laughed again. By the lime I got inside Hie museum even the Mona Lisa's smile seemed unduly familiar. Coming out of Notre Dame I noticed a funeral<;pn a side street,' the mourners walking solmcnly behind the hcargc. In front of the cathedral another man in a beret tried to sell me postcards. That night I joined a group of eight American men on an American e x p r e s s bus. investigalins "Paris by night." We made Ihree stops and at each were served a single glass of champagne, no more, no less. The first stop, the guide said in Brooklyn-accented English, was "lo get us in the mood." This wo." a liny Russian restaurant where we eight hell-raisers grimly watched a Russian soprano and a Hungarian guitarist. Things picked up at the second slop, a night club called La Nou- velic Eve, where we saw soms fli'ippers. The last, slop was Moulin Rouge, full of a c.r o b at s, dancers, and '-'pantominc comics, No sex, Returning to ,my hotel I wan given the big sell by two ladies of the Protect Paris' Reputation for Sin Society. They were waiting on the curb. Curiously they did ,not whisper like tlie postcard salesmen. They shoulcd, or I felt as if 'they wore shouting, their promise .of an interesting nightcap, • complete with prices in francs'and dollars", I said no thanks— I have witnesses— and kept on going, . The girls laughed, and I thought I hoard a few slanders about my manhood. Inside the hotel clerk seemc^ amazed I was still alone. Then his expression changed lo sadness and finally, to hope. 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