Cedar Rapids Gazette, April 12, 1974, Page 26

Cedar Rapids Gazette

April 12, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 12, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Cedar Rapids Gazette: FrL, Apr. 12. 1974    13 one 1/ TIMES The best service comedy that’s ever been made!” —WALTER SPENCER, WOR-Rtdlo COLUMBIA PICTURES presents JACK NICHOLSON THE LAST UKIAH ■ARTOON CIA'ADULTS s2.00 CHILD. $100TECH BICOLOR, “ ANTASTIC FUN * Stage 4 Jon Voight has the title role in Conraek', drama of a teacher who attempts to educate the almost illiterate students of an isolated island school. It’s scheduled to begin ploy at the Stage 4 theater Friday. Theater Time for Friday COMMUNITY THEATER -“The Tempest” — 8. PARAMOUNT - Paper Moon — 8 ll). 9 55; “Savp the Tiger” — 8 Saturday matinee — “Paper Muon” — 2 20. “Save the Tiger” - 4 ll) IOVV \ — “The Great Gatsby” - I Til. 3 55. 7:10. 9 35. WORLD — “The Sting — I 50. 4 15. ti 55. 9 30; shorts -I 30. 3 55. 8 30. 9 05 TINIUS - “The Us! Detail” - I 40. 3 30. 5 30. 7 25. 9 25; shorts - I 30. 3 20. 5 15, 7.15, 9 IO PLAZA - “Alice in Wonderland “ - 2. 3 50, 5 45. 7 35. 9 30 Saturday matinee — Alice in Wonderland” — 2. 3 50, 5 45 SI XUF I \meri* .in (»raf | fur* — 7 15. 9 50 Saturday matinee \tiM-rit an (.raffili — 2 I » I 4 40 STAGE 2 — “Blazing Sad di. -    ;    40 9 r>    ii Saturday matinee — “Blazinj Saddles" — 2 40 4 35 s'i v, i- i    rh*    ■ ■ - • J Musketeers — 7 40. 9 45 Saturday matinee — “The ll Three Musketeers — 2 40, 4 45. STAGE 4 — "Cnnrack” —• | 7 30. 9 35 Saturday matinee — “Conraek” — 2 30. 4 35 I ASTOIU NI— I he Exor* f| Cist" - 8, 8 15. HI 30 Saturday matinee — “The h\or< ist i *" ! i’1    I I \sT(H\ \ I - The Faut || cist“ - 7 15. 9 IO. ll 35 Saturday matinee — “The Exorcist ” — 2:45. 5. MARION — Features at ll, I. 3. 5. 7. 9. ll. COLLINS — ‘ White Lightning” — 8:10. “The Outside Man” — IO 20; “Two Lane Blacktop” — 12 TW INT TOWN — “ All the | Way Boys” - 8, 12; ‘ Ace High - 9 55. TW IN WEST—“M*A*S*H"— 8 20, “The Last American Hero” _ in 30; “The Carey Treatment” — 12:10. TWIN EAST — “The Swedish Wildcats” - 8:35; “The Stewardesses — 10:25; Jennifer on My Mind” — 12. C.R. Drug Numbers To report o violotion: Michael Dooley 377-ogBT lf you need help; Foundation ll... 362-21 74 % (4 pm to midnight) 2 ACADEMY WINNERS ON THE SAME PROGRAM A TATUM O’NEALBEST SUPPORTING ACTRESSPHU BMMNWICII PMMCTMN MFMSTARRING RYAN O’NEALWINNER BEST ACTOR AWARDJPCK LEMMON in A MARTIN RANSOHOFF Production“SAVE THE TIGER”COLOR -R- 29TH RECORD WEEK that. ujo/ zo divine* “R" Rating Because of Excessive Language Continuous Shows Daily Open at I OO p rn Adults $2 OO MATINEES DAILY THRU MON. STARTS TODAY! TIS BriluIG... TIS BRILblAaT.... TIS OUT OF ( THIS WORLD! WALT DISNEYSWON. DERIAN O DAVID ITI6RRICK7 PRODUCTOn OF A JRCH CLRVTOn film ROBART RFDFORDc^ (TUR FRRROUU -PG- OPEN DAILY COLORTODAY! KMART WEST TONIGHT CPCN 7:00 P.M. SAT. A SUN 2:00 P.M. IWwre arnee you m ■£?? HS-SS- HURRY LAST WEEKEND SO FUNNY.JT’S ALMOST A CRIME! % YOU LL HIVE THE FUN TIME OF YOUR LIFE! 3 THE THI2FE MUSKETEERS lf UNICOI OR* • EWS bl DF I ult* YOU WILL NEVER SEE A BETTER v Vin    \ a*    ,,    •    .    'J > ai IPI., j- kWilr, A L , T I? r • < J Babe Rath 7. A,    first    President mfSBk Of Use United States The moon is tad®* STARTS TONIGHT “I want all of you to take a real long look at me. That shouldn't lx* any’ hardship because I'm handsome. Moreover, I have a penetrating w it. a fanciful imagination, and my eves are bluer than Paul Newmans. Various people hav e been screwing up mv name. Usa swell name. Its Conroy, not Conrack, hut if you want to call me that, go ahead. I'm beginning to like the sound of it;' ACADEMY AWARDS INCLUDING BEST PICTURE ALL IT TAKES IS A LITTLE CONFIDENCE JON VOIGHT The star of ' Midnight Cow hot, and "Deliverance* CONBACK" ?0th Century Fo* presents A MARTIN RHT IRVING RAVITCH PRODUCTION Also slarnnq PAUL WINFIELD a, HUME CRONYN The star of Sounder and Gordons War -PG- IN COLOR PAUL mmmm: NEWMAN* MEDFORD A GEORGE ROY HILL FILM THE STING A (ECHARD D ZANUCK DAV*) BROWN PRESENTATION . DAVID S WARD • «**■■. GEORGE ROY HILL eon,TONY BILL and MICHAEL 8c JULIA PHILLIPS Adaptec DV MARVIN HAMI ISCH • TfCHNK O^tGiNAi bOc-NOJHAv. P AvAilABL. fc Stvf I v OM Mf A PF ( OPOS ANO UPI < SEE IT FROM THE BEGINNING FEATURES 1:50-4:1 5-6:55 9:30 ADULTS - $2.00 CHILDREN UNDER 14 754 “Television has produced a generation of children who have a declining grasp of the English language but also have a visual sophistication that was denied to their parents,” he said. “They learn so much about the world that appeals immediately to their emotions, but I'm not sure it involves their intelligence, their judgment.” Cooke, 85. chief correspondent for the Guardian Newspaper of Manchester and London, became a U. S. citizen in 1941 and has been an astute observer of the American scene He said race riots would have happened anyway without instant telev ision coverage but TV could “spark trouble, especially among sick people.” “It can trigger fashions — whether in ‘streaking' or in kidnaping. And I think sick or defeated—really insane—people have been given, through television, the imagination to plan or contemplate violent acts.’’ “The most terrifying thing to me,” Cooke said, “is the instant publicity that television can give to had news, which can then be copied anywhere in the world There’s no way out of that There is a behavioral scientist in Dallas who says the only way to cure the kidnaping plague is to deny kidnapers the media, both newspapers and television.” WASHINGTON (UPI) - British horn author Alistair Cooke says television has more influence on children in the United States than their parents. Television, he said in an interview with U. S. News & World Report, ranks “next to the mother and father — far ahead of school and church.” Alistair CookeTelevision Has More Influence Than Parents ;

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