The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on December 12, 1966 · Page 4
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,.'•, x-A!uaiit*iasa*K^Hgi.fni> •,; • •im-^iKF^yrJ^Mdtf3SIJ&5±:2 Hit Record Requires Style By GCM Handsaker HOLLYWOOD (AP) __ singer and orchestra, making a For bum. record is - r -————.«~ T--W**, *-«au«u. VM10 wvril IlulIZCB Ul UUCnjUn OIJ1J Sports-clad musicians drifted in, Paris and are building one in , . . ** • — MT-V» **>-wAcc\4 iiiuuMuaua uiuicu m. ran* « makuig love, says Petula Clark: lugging their instruments. Two Geneva. 1 IT ..I _i 1.1 _ i • . _ i *..._ "I let the orchestra take me, played catch with a let the music take me away, newspaper. The musicians are affected by the way I sing. "It's an electric thing, --- - o, - have- been a housewife in from catching of the spirit. You can't Christmas shopping. A tousled, fake it. Some call it soul. It doesn't always happen. Sometimes a gocd rehearsal is the best you get." The pink-topped Londoner, whose phonograph record sales are nearing 25 million, was here between night-club and televi- Cont. Tonlte from «:00 P.M. VO.GU SHEER FEAR! SHEER SHOCK! ROCK HUDSON SECONDS Feature at: 6:00 9:50 FOX Ml QWEST THEATR? TA 3-3111 FOX mum 1155 S. SANTA FE Fun - Fun - Fun! Jaw Lemmon me FORiune COOKIE (Shown 1:20-5:10-9:05) — ami NEW urn — Don MUIT.V Abhy Dnltott "The Plainsman" Color — 3:30 - 7:25 CONTINUOUS SHOWS DAHA' I'Vrni .1:13 P.M. MON. thru FRI 00 . fi;00 U.ADULTS OOc ' COMING — — WEDNESDAY! ROSSAMOBRAZZI-PMTRIPP EASTMANCOt-OR sion date* to make another al- The proceedings were casual, eats own homes in London and wadded-up Petula, arriving in miniskirt, sweater and sunglasses, could frail-looking 5 feet 1M-, weighing "just under 100 pounds," she wore no make-up. She Doe* Her Best She hadn't even seen some of the songs she was about to record but said she feJt no ten< sion: "If I thought of that I'd never produce anything. It would come out tense and gimmicky. You do -your best, .but there's such a thing as putting too much into your work.' Petula Sally ("Pet") Clark, 33, 'began singing for the British Broadcasting Corp., at 9 and later was in 25 English films. Her record sales in Europe are about 20 million, in the United States four million singles and 600,000 albums topped by "Downtown"' and "My Love." The rock balladeer, billed as "a swinging English dynamo" and "the most in-demand fe- ma'e night club entertainer in the United States," observed: — "I don't have an amazing or a great voice. It's like so many things today. A girl doesn't have to be a classical beauty to be attractive. It's a style, something very personal. — "I like the trend in music. The beat is still there, but there's a melody coming through.' Daughters Barbara Michele, 4, and Catherine Natalie, 3, travel with Miss Clark and her ' HEY RtF YOU'VE LOST YOUR GLASSES!" Hurry to Atlas Oplical Before the Game Ends. OPTICAL IN SEARS CENTER— h u s b a n d-manager, Claude Wolff, a Frenchman. Th« par- that old," by turning to a mirror N«w (he orchestra wan ready. Drum thundered and J>r«*i Wared, ha-rump!, ba- rump!, M "Winchester Cathedral." A vocal group surrounded Pet. Sunglass lenses atop her head, she dipped and swayed, her right [tat tapping, her voice soaring strong and clear. "She represents today, a scrubbed-up version of what's happening," said a record-company official outside the control room. "She's one of the few white singers with what the' music business calls soul."' And what's soul? "Jimmy Durante singing "The September Song,' " he said. HOLLYWOOD (AP) — Victor Mature, in his comeback film. "After the Fox," plays an aging movie idol attempting a comeback. A g'owing tribute to his performance came in a telegram from coslar Peter Sellers: "You are absolutely terrif in the film. I would go so far as to say it wi'l be your movie.' 1 Mature was dissatisfied with his rcle, however — "Three times I threw my script into the ocean" — and personally built it up. He amplified a line, "I'm not and pulling back his cheeks to smooth out Uw wrinkles. He accentuated the hammy-star in* age by having an aide trot after him in the film with a chair. The movie was made In Italy and on a nearby island. Golfer-raconteur-investor, Mature, SO, a sun-tanned, still robust, 6 feet 214, 202 pounds, has been Jiving on his five-acre Southern California ranch since quitting films five years ago. "I was always a pretty good loafer," he said, ."But I think I'll start workin' again." HOLLYWIOD (AP) — "When I was here," James Mason reflected .over a hotel breakfast, "producers regarded me as someone who was very foreign and somewhat sinister." Only in London does he find sympathetic roles as in, recent ly, "Georgy Girl" and "Stranger in the House.' "In England they accept me as an ordinary Eng'ish person, 1 said Mason. "And in Europe I flourish in my own climate. In Hollywood I never did get the feeling of belonging." Now a resident of Vevey, Switzerland, the British actor was here lo visit his daughter Portland, 18, and son Morgan, 11, by ex-wife Pamela. Any plans for another marriage? "No," Mason said emphatically. "I don't think it's a good idea to get married if you can possibly avoid it.' For Your Entertainment Alive in Salina Kansas Wesleyan university basketball game vs. Sterling college; "B" team game 5:30 pm, "A" team game 7:3o pm, Sacred Heart high school gym. Salina Civic Orchestra concert; 8:15 pm_ Marymount college Fine Arts building. Salina Movies Fox — "The Fortune Cookie," with Jack Lemmon and Walter Mat- thau; plus "The Plainsman," with Don Murray and Abby Dai- ton. Vogue — "Seconds," with Rock Hudson and Salome Jens. TV Tonight Monkees, 6:30 pm, Channels 2, 3 and 74 — The Monkees use disguises, fast talk and fancy footwork lo weasel out of a life- lime contract for dancing lessons. In a dream sequence, the Convenient Terms •17 jewels • Gold-tone case• Tapered fashion ban • Waterproof* • 17 Jewel* • Stainiass sfeel • 17 jewels, • Sculptured detail • Tapered fashion band BENRUS UNCONOfTIONALLV T^MUte VCAR* ALL BENRUS WATCHES GUARANTEED THREE FULL YEARS •49 ton* ts £*!• «nrf cryttal *r* Infjcf » Two clnmofldj 17 j«w«U Fijhlon band Shock r*»l»Unt boys don wigs and robes to play an English courtroom scene. Run, Buddy, Run, 7 pm, Channel n — Buddy stops running long enough to help an orphan who's been tagging along. Even •nasty Devere is nice enough to call a truce so that Buddy can deliver the little Oriental boy to a foster family. Rat Patrol, 7:30 pm, Channel JO — Moffitt goes against orders to undertake a personal mission. The Britisher is bent on springing his captured father from an enemy encampment. Road West, 8 pm, Channels 2, 3 and 74 — Young Midge falls for the Prides' house guest, a 40-year-old poet named Seamas O'Flaherty. The infatuated girl, igiiorning her father's objections, sets out to help the hard- drinking poet regain his poetic skills. Run for Your Life, 9 p m, Channels 2, 3 and 74 — Paul tries to pinpoint the intentions of a young man who is romancing Laura Branson. Paul once felt the same way about Laura, until her ex-husband offered Paul $100,000 to marry her. I've Got a Secret, 9:30 pm, Channels 7 and 12 — Scheduled guest is Victor Borgc. TV Movies "Cleopatra's Daughter," 10:30 pm, Channel ]o — Cleopatra's daughter is romantically inclined toward the court physician, but the Queen Mother tries to force her into marriage with a young pharoah. Debra Paget and Robert Alda star. "The West Point Story," n _ Channel 12 — A Broadway producer runs into difficulties, romantic and otherwise, while staging the annual West Point Show. James Cagney and Doris Day star. OPEN EVENINGS TO 8:30 P.M. UNTIL CHRISTMAS 106 South Santa hi Phone TA 3-2227 Modern Lamps Back Candles Thlrty-«ight candles are visible on the screen during a saloon aequence Involving John Wayn« and Kirk Douglas in Universal's "The War Wagon." What isn't seen, however, are the 73 huge arc lamps — with a total of 11,400 foot candle power — backing up their short- wicied ancestors. RALPH WEIGEL Bonds — Insurance 153'2 No. Santa F« Phon« TA 7-2906 Send your news Up to the S»> Una Journal. $10 in prizes ever'/ week. «.> T~A LASTIN3 TREASURE FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY. . . family's First Appearance Bing Crosby, wife and three children will sing on "Hollywood Palace" Christmas Eve. They're Harry, 8; Mrs. Crosby; Nathaniel, 5; Mary, 7, and Bing. Actors Form New Outpost By Bob Thomas HOLLYWOOD (AP) — Is Los third-rate TV and B movies. Angeles ihe vulgarity capital of the world? An Eastern magazine makes country. Actors are hanging the claim in its current issue, around drugstores when thev Playwright William Inge said in reply: "Elizabethan England was very vulgar, but out of its vulgarity comes culture", Inge made the remark as he and other transplanted New Yorkers met to announce the establishment of a Western outpost of the famed Actors Studio, the most influential force in n B American acting for the past - a decade and more. Actors Studio-West was the brainchild of Paul Newman and director Jack Garfein and they found immediate response from local graduates of the studio. The City of Lcs Angeles donated a headquarters for rent of $1 per year. The nature of the place is ironic; it was formerly the home of William S. Hart, the stony-faced cowboy of silent films. Garfein, who will act as executive director for the Western branch, said "There has been a tremendous influx here from New York of people in all crafts — acting, directing, -writing, etc. Many are in Hollywood because they find work here. Others prefer to live here and fly to New York to read for a play; thats easy to do in the jet age. "Many of these people have worked at th e Actors Studio, and they discovered there is no place to develop their craft in California. After all, you don't grow as a performer when you What's Cookiri "If it'll make' you boys feel any better ... I'll treat you to really Delicious Cheeseburger at Griff's!" Buy with cash and save! Buy with an HFC Big Purchase Loan Buying a color TV? A better car? New furniture? Get an HFC Big Purchase Loan. Then shop anywhere for the best savings. Later, repay HFC conveniently. 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