Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 12, 1973 · Page 6
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, July 12, 1973
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Golcsbu Ryan's Real (UPI) Rdbert ftyahj 59, a screen actor who played in more than 95 films, Usually played a two-fisted, red* blooded he-man, died Wednes' day of cancer. Ryan, whose adventures the screen rivaled his oil wood movie exploits, ; ms & college boxing chattftion who later stoked coal on freighters bound for Africa* He Also worked in in a gold mine British Guiana, served fts a ranch hand in Montana and was a Marine drill instructor before he became an actor. He got his screen break in 1941 and appeared in top roles from then until his death. few weeks Ago on an Only a shooting was finished original screenplay about two men who plot the assassination of John F, Kennedy f entitled "Executive Action/' a film in which Ryan co-starred with Burt Lancaster. much better enjoying it day to day." After he was graduated (torn Dartmouth in 1932, he went on his round-the-world journey. He later migrated to Hollywood to study in Max Reinhardt's afcting workshop, played odd parte and came back to New York, where his big break came in 1941 as leading man to Tallulah. Bankhead in "Clash By Night." A later he made hid year motion picture debut in "Bombardier." From then on he appeared in top film roles as well as stage musical^ includ- the title role in 1962 of in musical, 'Mr. Robert Ryan The 6-foot-3 son of an immigrant Irish father and an English mother died at New York Hospital, where he had. been undergoing treatment for the oast 10 days. He had past history of days, cancer and a had undergone an operation last year. Asked about his illness, Ryan once said, "At first it's a shock; then you become reconciled. I am much more tolerant now that I know I'm on borrowed time. I see trees and flowers and pretty girls. I see beauty that I used to be oblivious to. Actually life is ing Irving Berlin's President." Ryan's wife of 33 years, Jessica, died in 1972 of cancer of the liver. The couple had three children, Timothy, Cheyney and Lisa. In Hospital Mrs. H. E. (Margaret) Clous, 558 N. Broad St., is a patient at George Washington University Hospital, 23rd and Pennsylvania Northwest, Room 2301, Washington, DC, 20037. asse By DICK KLEINER HOLLYWOOD (NBA) Hie seventh child W a poor Oanliff, Wales, ifefttant seaman put on her custom-made blue denim overalls, her tih&te blouse ("designed especially for me by a German") and went out to buy a little jewel Monaco," and that's about her witch doctors, thay can alt work for the year. She never works during the! summer. She says that nothing could possibly persuade her to because that's when her children are home from school, And that's when she sing, was a and her husband, an Italian at all with the tm-Italian name of Shirley Bassey , ... international star The Lively Arts "Whenever I'm pleased with myself," said Shirley Bassey, "I buy a little jewelry. I realty have to cut that out. I've been too pleased with myself lately.'' She has a right to be pleased. Shirley Bassey is probably the leading international sanding star of the moment and she had just knocked 'em dead at a big concert here. Until somebody better comes along, Shirley Bassey is the champ. THIS WAS THE windup of an 18-city, six-week tour, her annual American tour. She's pretty organized these days. She does the American tour, an English four, a German tour, six weeks in Las Vegas "and the odd date in Spain or Sergio Novak, go to their villa Sardinia. The rest of the on year their home is in Lugano, Switzerland. t _ _ Not bad for the poor little it. But she doesn't, "it's es- girl, half-Welsh, half-Nigerian, pedally bad because we look like sisters, t told her that by the time I was her age, I'd already Had her, But she has no adventure in her soul. "THE LITTLE ONE, she's nine, she's mote like me. She's a tomboy, too f and adverttaf* ous. She'll have fun." Somebody came from United Artists, her record company, to show pictures which _ will be used on her new al- advantage of it. Be proud of bum. She looked at them very was happy as a kid. i and tomboys are always happy." She has two daughters. Otis is 18 and, Shirley says, she doesn't take after her mother * J "She's a Sco*lpio - very introverted. She doesn't like having a famous mother, itell her she should enjoy it. carefully because she's a tittle worried about her weight. fnotn the streets of Cardiff. She says hers was a happy childhood, despite the poverty and the fact that her father was almost always away on some ship. I WAS THE only one in the family who sang," Shirley says. "My mother says no- iy on her side sang so it must have come from my father's side <r swine unde or grandfather, bile of those CINEMA I CINEMA I & II f;Al F mr; CINEMA II STARTS FRIDAY STARTS FRIDAY Now Flaying thru Saturday re ign TV Ads Mi re By RICK DU BROW HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - A foreigner who visits America and hears about economic problems in the country might well be confused after noticing the luxury items being offered in television commercials. Television In Review Take, for instance, softie of the automobiles advertised on the home screen. In addition to like Japanese cars, and Datsun, have, done winders for of lower and middle-priced cars lessons, mutual funds or The like Chevrolet, Ford and Dodge, expensive perfumes. Toyota we also see such makes as But getting back to cars, the course, Cadillac, Lincoln Continental foreign automakers seem to themselves on American televi- and Mercedes-Benz being ex-have better, more imaginative sion, and they, too, halve tolled in commercials. commercials going for them emphasized practical,-matters. over-all than American manu- And then there is Mazda with Television major engine. selling point, But the the few They're More Imaginative are setting facturers - what is test about its the social the foreign car ads is that they rotary land—in fact sei6m to stress practical points British car ads I've seen on and it is more *' ian ^* au *° American television are just commercials, which in the about as practical as U.S. autb continue to emphasize commercials. The thing about ads more aware of changes in the they help create them no longer a big surprise to see . _ . commercials for, say, flying"™^ The thing trivial factors in. their selling the British car ads, however, is pitches. the sense of fun and pleasure A Sense of Fun and Pleasure they have effectively associated Among the foreign car ads, with English-made autos. But for instance, Volvo has had there' haven't been very sound presentations focus- British car ads here. ing on how long its cars last. It is surprising that so many Audi does a clever job commercials for U.S. autos J; effective in terms of emphasiz- QA\fa m ^ ing both practical matters and individual styling. OEOROE HAMILTON SUE LYON Om Show Each Hiffh! At 7:30 Adults $1.00 Stiff** S. CHERRY ST. Featuring Italian & American Dinners many Entertainment 6 Nights A Week SHIRLEY indicating how it combines the have a sameness, an un- good elements of some other imaginative flavor, to them, autos. Fiat do$s nicely too. There are some splendid- Mercedes emphasizes its ma- looking American cars—not neuverability and engineering, only Cadillac and Continental Volkswagen, which has long (both of which are shown off had the wittiest television very well visually in their commercials of any car, makes commercials), but also autos its points succinctly. On the like the Grand Prix and FOR YOUR LISTENING AND DANCING PLEASURE other hand, Opel has a commercial now with a kind of oom-pah-pah music that does not set my heart aflame. i 1 Appearing Nightly The Red Coach Lounge THE OWEN LOVEJOY DINNER THEATER HOLIDAY INN PRINCETON, ILL. "BUTTERFLIES ARE FREE" Firebird and Charger and a number of others; and it seems to me that video ads for many domestic makes could be more Fri. - July 13 Cocktails at 6 Buffet 7 — Play I $8.00 Per Person RESERVATIONS ONLY Phone 815/643-2931 "Galesburg's Leading Fraternity" NOTICE Eagles and Auxiliary Members FRIDAY, JULY 1 ALMOST FREE FISH FRY Plate START SERVING P.M. "Galesburg's Leading Fraternity" Members $1,00 CLUB 74 N. CHAMBERS ST. SATURDAY, JULY 14 SCOTT - CLARK Orchestra Guests $2.00 fgu'll be royally ENTERTAINED by THE CAROL ST. tJBWERENCE SHOW featuring popular vocals by Carol 4Q0 her Guitarist, accompanied by a Jazz organist and ajpdrummer. THE CAROL ST. LAWERENCE SHOW has performed DANCING 8:30 - 12:30 THURSDAY SPECIAL audiences in CHICAGO (Mr. Ke I ley's for year), NEAPOUS-ST. PAUL, HOUSTON, MONTREAL, LAS AS and PITTSBURGH to name a few. THE RED COACH LOUNGE is very pleased to be to bring the Carol St. Lawerence Show to the Ifsbvrg area. See you at the . . . DINNER per person Salad, Garlic Bread ROUTE 150 NORTH Of GALESBURG OLD TIME MOVIES The place to 90 tor a family of fun" 1824 Henderson Phone 3430213 u Blue Angel FRIDAY SATURDAY RED BOUGHTON And The GOLDEN PANAVW TECHNICOLOR* Cetabratina Warner Bros. SOth Annrvtrtt/y w ROCKETS DAN Viola 4 era House Sunday, featuring mam mum THUR. (ENDS TONIGHT) "PAT GARRETT and BILLY THE KID" 7:15 & 9:15 (ENDS TONIGHT) THE EMIGRANTS" 7:00 & 9:30 oca You Hear Best Viola NEXT ATTRACTION MARQUEE MARINE DINNER THEATRE "The Star-Spangled Girl" Starring: Dan Mitchell, JohnWaUh, Wandy Croilln. Directed by: Don Marin* AIR CONDITIONED July 1344, 20-21, 27-28 August 3-4, 10-11 $8.50 Per Person Your Host CHUCK FAVUS For Raaarvatlona Call 673-2515 Mon. thru Sal. I-ft GOLD ROOM JEFFERSON HOTEL tPEdRIA, ILL. Snper-ChiU-ishiis, too! Inch with our own Nearly a loot long and cov ered every meaty chili. That's Super Scrumpd Uyish Dairy Queen Open At 7 PM 0RPHEUM M «| AM II 1 , SHOWS 7:15 -9 :10 NOW SHOWING! See How Tatum O'Neal Has Stolen The P Hearts of '-'•I _ % F • e •j "ONE OF THE FIVE BEST PICTURES OF THE YEAR! TATUM O'NEAL HAS AN EXPRESSIVE FACE AND A NATURAL ACTING TALENT THAT COULD EARN HER AN ACADEMY AWARD!" Vernon Scotr U P I *LBT'S ALL GO TO DAIRY QUEEN* , GRAND ITAUOMI .AU A ran .1 aec »AiieTicH pteeecTieu < I'A * 6 ^ if/ 4 J FARNHAM •Ref. U.S. Pat. Off. Am. D. Q. Corp. © 1973 Am. D. Q. Corp. "PICTURE OF THE MONTH!" Seventeen Magazine 3H3 - IB I O ammi of IBOMF/USERS ON THE STRIP Oepn At 7:15 NOW * * 1 Ml A I \ H' SHOWS 7:30 -9 :25 Over 20 Million Have SHOWING! Seen Now Stage Screen _ h ^ ^ 1 '- T Wataga, III, FRIDAY ft SATURDAY COUNTRY GENTLEMAN AND THE GIRLS A MfRACLE OFA MOVfE MUSICAL I CaUUftlA WCTUMS PRESENTS A LANSBURV/DUNCAN/BEAUM PflQOUCTlO^ J FRI. and SAT. SPECIAL His & Hers New York Strip Steak $5.00 & Hers Catfish $5.00 $2,25 PLUS TAX Baked or French Fries Large Salad Shows Dusk EVERYONE WITH THIS SHOW OUT HERE FOR THIRD LOVE MOVED WEEK JAMES BOND PLUS ACMAHIOH- WiNrUtH L AKL iNO PHULHJ*. hON CHARLES BRONSON 11 A MR rtAt L v\ iNNt H hii.n KNOTTY Wataga, 375-9918 "THE MECHANIC Re^d the Want Ads 3 -X :J V

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