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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 4, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa g> the vJroaawau By Leonard Lyons NEW YOUK-King Hussein fuid Queen Alia of Jordan Hve assumed the responsi- bility for the rearing and edu- of Die one-year-old baby girl who was orphaned when a Soviet plane crashed year Amman airport six months ago. Princess Margaret is meet- ing England's severe energy crisis by keeping her limou- Leonard Lyons sine in the garage and is driv- ing, instead, a small car with a top speed of 25 ni.p.h. Dr. Christian Barnard ex- plained why he enjoyed Jac- queline Susann's "The Love "Books like this help my emotional equilibri- um and give me more of an insight into human behavior." After a performance of "Godspell" at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, Robert J. Malito, deputy commissioner of pub- lic events, introduced the cast to the crew of the U. S. S. des- troyer Steinaker, which re- cently returned from Viet- nam. Theater Time For Friday PARAMOUNT "Magnum Force" shorts 7, Saturday matinee "Mag- num Force" shorts IOWA "The Seven-Ups" WORLD "Executive Ac- tion" shorts TIMES "Run, Virgin, Run" shorts PLAZA "Robin 7, 9. Saturday matinee "Robin STAGE "American-Graf- Saturday matinee "AmerL can Graffiti" STAGE 2 "Jonathan Living- ston Seagull" Saturday matinee "Jona- than Livingston Seagull" STAGE 3 "The Way We Saturday matinee "The Way We Were" STAGE 4 "Papillon" 7, Saturday; matinee "Papil- EASTOWN 1 "Love Ma- chine" "The Last Picture Show" Saturday matinee "Love Machine" "The Last Picture Show" EASTOWN 2 "Seven Blows of the Dragon" Saturday matinee "Seven Blows of the Dragon" MARION Features at 11, 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11. Walt Frazler, the Knieks' basketball star, saw "The Day of the and after scene in which two dolphins leap 10 feet straight up in the air, remarked: "If they can shoot as well as they jump, let's sign them up." Stephen Sondheim wrote the scores for producer-director Harold Prince's last three mu- sicals, "Follies" and "A Little Night Game enthusiast Sondheim said: "Every lime I land on Prince, I go directly to Broad- Crjmedian Morty Gunly, who has done many shows with Sergio Franchi and En- gelbert Humperdinck, dined at Quo Vadis and observed: "A singer wants the critics to praise his singing; a comedi- an wants them to sing his praises." Ann-Margret, now starring in "The Best of Ann-Mar- gret, The Best of Las Vegas" at the Tropicana hotel, re- called George Burns who discovered her saying: "I always go out on stage loving the people." The actress, who once watched him from the wings, saw him make his en- trance and said: "That's when I realized that showering the audience with love is just as important as showering them with talent." Producer Jerry PBtcell signed David Steinberg to m.c. the "Great Folk Reviv- al" at Nassau Coliseum, Feb. 2. Folksinger Carly Simon, who is married to rock star James Taylor, is expecting a baby momentarily. She ex- plained how she's preparing for her new "Yester- day I lunched at Mamma Leone's and the night before I dined at Ma Bell's." Barbara in her "The Pajama Game" makeup and costume, will join Bar- bara Walters and Cliff Robert- son as a host of the New York Emmy Awards, Jan. 18. Attorney. Leonard. Boudin, who was associated with Ells- berg and Harrisburg 7 trials, will sgeak on "The Pentagon Papers'? Jan. 27 at the Cathe- .dral of St. John. Egyptian actor Omar Shariff chose Boris Schapiro, two- time Jewish world bridge champion his partner in the Lodbroke Club bridge team to help him write his new book on bridge. Emilio Pradros, the flamen- co guitarist at the Costa del Sol restaurant, has also been on concert tours for Sol Hurok. He explained the dif- ference between working for a restaurant and an impresario. "When you're employed by a restaurant, people are inter- ested in the food; but when you work for Mr. Hurok, they want to know about Hurok." Gene Kelly was asked to in- troduce the "Singin1 in the Rain" sequence for MGM's retrospective, "That's Enter- he replied: "I know there's often a long wait The SALTY DOG Presents Thursday, Saturday "TOAST" 50c Cover Charge Hwy. 30 West Post Rd. Don'ts Sat., Jan. Coming Next Week "RURAL" Dance Mor SWISHER___. between retakes but 20 Christa Helm, Prank Itaitcr and Chitra, the three stars of the new movie, "Going for were discussing a voodoo sequence in the story in a Miami restaurant, near the location. A patron over- heard the descriptions of the strange, secret rites, and called the police. The next day, the set was visited by police officials, who briefly watched the scene being filmed. They laughed and left. Lou Brecker owner of Hose- land Dance City, was remin- iscing about the notables he had seen on his dance floor, and spoke of Krcd Astaire: "He's the man every woman would like to dance with, and every man would like to dance like." WASHINGTON (AP) Ralph 31ock, a newspaperman, movie )roduccr and government of- icial, died Wednesday in a imrting home in suburban Wheaton, Md. He was 84. A native of Cherokee. Iowa, Ralph Block, Iowa Native, Dead at 84 Before entering the movie business, Block bad been re- porter and theater critic for the Louisville Courier-Journal, Kansas City Star, Detroit News and New York Tribune. He is survived by a daughter, Bridget of Beverly Hills, Calif. Burial will be in Cherokee, Block entered government Block was awarded an Oscar in 1939 for "services to the in- d u s t r y through outstanding! Japanese at charitable endeavors." !'aek, (.pea' (Harlf. He soon i headed the Office of War Infor- Block is credited with dis- covering actress Carole Lom- bard, whom he hired for one of a series of 10 low budget mation in India and later was public affairs officer to the American mission in New Delhi He returned to Washington in pit-lures lie was producing. jthe late 194os aml in He also helped produce five W. C. Fields comedies, includ- ing "So's Your Old various posts in the U. S. over seas information program unti his retirement in 1960. Iowa. The Cedar Rapids 9 Gazette: Fri., Jan. 4, 1971 Andre Previn Seeks British Citizenship LONDON (AP) Andre Pre vin, conductor of the London Symphony Orchestra, born aj German and naturalized an! American, now is seeking Brit- ish citizenship. "For personal and artistic rea- sons, I prefer living here to any- where Previn, 44, once said of Britain. Opiate of People' Is Now Pop Music MOSCOW (UPI) The opiate of Uie people, it seems, is not religion any longer. According to the Ukrainian youth newspaper Komsomolskoe Znamya, the new opiate is pop music. It said authorities in the West protect even "scandalous" pop musicians "because they take thousands of young people away from their gloomy thoughts about the present and the fu- 393-8439 PLAZA LINDAIE PLAZA TONIGHT SAT. SUN. IN A WHO NEW CARTOON FEATURE WJ DISNEY PRODUCTIONS' PLUS DISNEY SHORT 364-3412 IOWA DOWNTOWN TODAY! The story of the police elite, "The Seven-Ups." The dirty-tricks squad that even the regular cops are afraid of! From the producer of "Bullitt" and "The French Connection'.' H COLOR SMIMJPS They take the third degree one step further. NOW SHOWING CLINT EASTWOOD is DIRTY HARRY 362-3269 PARAMOUNT f TONITE DOORS OPEN 7 P.M. SAT. SUN. OPEN 2 P.M. FREE PARKING GREAT HOLIDAY FUN COLOR A BEAUTIFUL FAMILY EXPERIENCE! It's a life style. It's the beauty of love, the joy of freedom. It's the best-selling book. It's Neil Diamond. It's a motion picture. 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