The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 19, 1963 · Page 17
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 17

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\\ Sean's Back As British Spy . •. '"' . JL •/ By BOB THOMAS ; AP Movie-Television Writer HOLLYWOOD (AP) - James Bond, alias Scan Connery, looked very much the picture of British secret agent 007 — the double-0 classification indicating he was licensed to kill. He was traveling first class, stopping in an expensive suite at the Beverly Hills Hotel. After his potion of whisky over ice, he sat down to a lunch of shrimp, followed by raw hamburger. Two glasses and a bottle of champagne —vintage, of course—were chilling nearby. ' His attire was curious. Instead of the precision-cut Saville Row suit, he wore Ivy League cotton slacks and a striped shirt, with only socks on his feet. A disguise, no doubt. Hidden from view was a Walthcr PPK 7.65mm revolver, the one with the silencer. His mission in the States? I can report that this time he was not up against his longtime adversary, the Soviet murder agency SMERSH. He was seeking bigger game: The American box office. Actor Connery was on a nerve-grinding fortnight tour of the United States to drum up attention for the first film from the Ian Fleming mystery books about agent James Bond, "Dr. No." "Just in from Kansas City," reported Connery. "Attended a theater convention. My arm is black and blue from being struck as 1 was told, This is the breadbasket of the U.S.A.' " Otherwise he seemed unscathed from his arduous missio" for that unsecret organization, United Art- ists. He is a rugged-looking chap, trimly tall with a rutted face and black eyebrows that accent his brooding eyes. His voice bears a breath of his native Edinburgh, but his Erin-sounding name is for real; his father was from Ireland. Cannery's visit here for the "Dr. No" preview marked a return for him. His previous engagement was a fairly well-kept secret, but he did play the romantic lead in "Darby O'Gill and the Little Peo- pie" for Walt Disney. "My mother liked it," said the actor. He also had another run with an American company, even less productive. He played "Requiem for a Heavyweight" on television in London and attracted interest from all the studios. He signed with 20th Century-Fox. "There was an atmosphere of death about the company, and I did nothing for two years," he said. "They wanted me to come to Hollywood, but I had no yen to join the charm school. Connery has no fears of sinking his own identity into the well* tailored form of James Bond. "I have a non-exclusive contract and I am required to make a Bond only every 14 months." he explained. He is returning to shoot the second of the series, "From Russia, with Love," in Turkey and England. The Bond books have been a recent craze in America, due in great part to the unwitting press agentry of John F. Kennedy, a Fleming fan. They have long been popular in England. THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, March it, IMS Buster Keaton Is In Hospital CANOGA PARK, CaM. (AP)Poker-faced comedian Buster Keaton is in a hospital for treatment of a pulmonary disorder. Doctors say he is in good condition and should be released in a day or two. Keaton, M, was admitted Sunday to West Hills Doctors Hospital with what he thought was pneumonia. Examination showed the ailment was less serious. The Herald pays 15 every week tor the best news tip turned in by a reader. Shredded Foam 1 lb. or Bigger Just Arrived 59c OK SELF - SERVICE BARGAIN STORE Open Mon., lues., Thura.. Fri. — 8 a.m. to 0 p.m. Wed. and Sat. — 8 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. WE DISCOUNT THE DISCOUNTERS Phillips M Motor Oil 5 Qts. $1.00 Limit 6 WHERE'S THE TRACK TEAM? — Pictured on Ottawa University campus, waiting for arrival of track team are Pam Mavity. Jean Wright and Judy Daugharthy. Pam wears white stitched-down "Easy" skirt with red and white striped "T" Shirt. Basic culottes with printed shirt to match in dacron and cotton are favored by Jean. Judy wears printed shirtwaist in hop sacking. All fashions are from Goss's and are by Juniorite. (Herad Photo) A Kansas Author Dies EL DORADO, Kan. <AP)Bliss Isely, 82, who wrote Kansas history books used by thousands of students, died Sunday in a ^nursing home. Isely, a teacher, logger, newspaper man and author, wrote 10 books and was co-author with the late W. M. Richards of Emporia State College of several text books. His last book, "The Horseman of the Shenandoah, was published last November. It deals with the early life of George Washington. Isely began a 20-year newspaper career in 1907. He worked for the Wichita Eagle, the Wichita Beacon, St. Louis Star, St. Louis Globe-Democrat, Kansas City Star and Hutchinson Gazette. He later operated a publicity firm in Wichita 12 years. He and his wife, Mora, also a writer, moved to a farm near El Dorado in 1955. 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