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% flatesfcura lf9iJter*Mail, Golesburg, III. Friday, May 25, 1973 Berenson in a Bikini—With a Salad Too By WOK KLEINER HOLLYWOOD (NEA) - linn • •onvsung WMI a i gK in i yetfr* MM* making | a salad that has alwaiys ftaich- * edme. } 'When (hat gfri is designer j 12fea Schiaprealli's grand* The Lively Arte daughter, end (he salad has spinach aftd imtsSxroosns, well, It's efcnrtt too hiuch to bear. If you saw "Cabaret," you ww girt. But you didn't her to a bikini and /that's YOUR loss. Her mme is iMa- %fea Berenson and she played (he Jewish socMiite m that imwh-awMited film. On the strength of that part, end her earlier role opposite Dirk Etogtarde in Vfeconti's "Death In Venice," she's become one of the most sought-after young actresses in the wortd. She sliced a tomato, her shoulders moving rhythmically, and she nafltted off her fulune plans. She has an Italian film, "A way to be a Woman," ready for release, and she's soon to start her Grandview Restaurant 2221 Grand Ave. IS WHERE YOU CAN MEET YOUR FRIENDS FOR A SNACK or a MEAL Steaks - Chicken - Shrimp All The Popular SANDWICHES and SOFT DRINKS MADE IN OUR OWN KITCHEN CHILI - VEGETABLE SOUP POTATO SALAD - BAKED BEANS COLE SLAW 1 Breakfast Served From 9 A.M. - 11:30 A.M. "01 Look At These Specials! 5 CHEESEBURGERS or 3 BIG CHAMPS Thur.-Fri. Sat.-Sun. (Thru May 27) Champ 2100 E. Main Ph. 343-1009 The HUDDLE INN Presents The FRANK AND FRANK Trio APPEARING TUE. thru SAT. NIGHTS 1487 N. HENDERSON ST. next. She'll eosfw wiith Ryan O'Neal in Stanley Kubrick's forthcoming movie. "IT WILL BE made in England," she said, slicing away, "but I don't know what it's about. Nobody has seen the script. All I know is that it's a 19th century setting, and I play an English countess and Ryan is an Irishman. I just took the part on (he strength cf Kubrick's name." She speaks with an Engiisfi- continental accent, (he product of nearly 10 years in Finance, Switzerland, England and Iftaiy. Hers was, she says, a difficult childhood. She was born in New York. Her farther was the late Robert Berenson, an American diplomat and shipping magnate. Her mother was Scfciaparefli's daughter. They kept sending her to boarding schools throughout Europe. She says she resented school but she also resented it when she was home with her parents, too. "I was a difficult child," she says. "I had my problems." AFTER SHE grew up and became a top model in New York she consulted a phychic. She says he straightened her out "although not entirely — I'm stall itather complicated and I'm stifl not sure what I want to do with my life.^ She aittacked an onion, mincing away merrily, and sadd that ifihere are times when she thinks she'd like to quit her budding career, get married and have children. There are olher times when she knows she wants to be a big star. She says she isn't even sure where she wants to live. Her present home is in Paris, where she lives with her grandmother, Mme. Schiapa- relii, but she may move. "I JUST DON'T know where I want to live," she says. "I like America in general and California in particular but I don't thank I'd like to live here. I s&iM keep my American passport — I'd never give that up — but at (he moment I prefer European living." This vacitoiMon extends to her career, too. For awhile, she wanted to be an interior decorator and still dabbles with that alleged ant. She had a big career as a model. Acting always appealed to her, however, and she studied .while she modeled. Tube Offers Short Rest In Bug Show By RICK DU BROW HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - So it's over for a while- television's live coverage of the Senate Watergate hearings. And we can all use the respite. The timing of the break is good. "Another day or more of the proceedings right now, and the sheer bulk of the material Television in Review might well have a numbing effect on televiewers. The process of mental absorption is delicate. What televiewers need now is the same, in essence, as what many in the Senate hearing room need—time to think about what has been seen and heard, time to let it all, sink in, time to sift through matters leisurely, privately, away from the tumult of the crowd. Reservations For Sunday & Monday MAY 27 fc 28 Mutl Be In Saturday By 10 p.m. DUCK INN Phone 343-0315 2400 Grand Ave. No reservation needed for other days, but please phone at least 1 hour in advance. FOR YOUR I DINING & DANCING PLEASURE Appearing Tuesday, Friday, Saturday ENTERTAINMENT BY RON CARROLL AND THE INN CROWD AT THE Sheraton Motor Inn "THE INN PLACE" 1-74 At E. Main 343-7151 Missouri Woman Guest at Berwick BERWICK - Mrs. L. P. Bennett, Springfield, Mo, recently spent several days at the home of her son in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Buel Mack. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hess visited their son, James, and his family May ft at OUn, Iowa. Ron Hlul returned to Berwick May it alter spending a week at the home of his sister, Mrs. Gus Dovi, and her family at Newport News, Va. Marisa Berenson "My grandmother," she says, "didn't approve of me modelling but she thinks acting is fine." She speaks English, French and Italian fluently and dribs and drabs of a few other languages. French was her first language' but she says tftait new she flhktks she can express herself best in English. She isn't sure, however, which language she dreams in — thait's the ulimaite test. ... she's not sure ABOUT. THE only thing she's really unhappy about these days is (he way most Americans pronounce her feist name — they say it as (hough ii were spelled iMarissa. She says ithait drives her up the wall. Marisa, as Marisa says it, is musical and 'the last two syllables rhyme with "freezer," and you have to roll 'the R jus' a trifle. With lihait lesson in pronun- eLati 'Oin, the salad was ready. So is Marisa Berenson. 3003 Winegord Dr. Burlington, la., 52601 PZAZZ! HARRY JAMES AND HIS SWINGIN' BAND MONDAY, JUNE 4, FROM 8 to 12 P.M. Few musicians have ever played a trumpet like Harry James. Certainly one of the all-time "greats", James has a Style music-lovers . . . and dancers don't forget. Just $6.50 Per Person Call or Write Pzazz: 319-753-2291 for Tickets Before The Dance Enjoy Dinner In The Starlight Room. RESERVATIONS ARE RECOMMENDED. ATTENTION LAKE BRACKEN MEMBERS Don't Forget The Country -DANCE- Saturday, May 26 9 PM — I AM Featuring Versatile Music of BILL REEVES & THE MIDSTATERS Dining Room Open Before Dance Breakfast After — Call GOLF SHOP FOR RESERVATIONS 343-5915 NOT A SQUARE DANCE Oquawka Couple Attend Cer^moi^ mt»iiMri if* ..J M.. I»WA th«)P trttt. Daniel. «*! 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