Cedar Rapids Gazette, April 25, 1974, Page 54

Cedar Rapids Gazette

April 25, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 25, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Barbara Seagull Lives Offbeat The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Thurs., April 25, 1971    27    A I 5< OLT 15<t Oir I 54 CHY I 5< OLY I OLY V Barbara Seagull By Vernon Scoit HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - Barbara Seagull is among the most off-beat of actressss in a town full of wacky types. Talk about a different life-style. She lives it. She has been living with actor David (Kung Fu) Carradine for some five years in a dilapidated house in Laurel canyon where dogs race through the house, furniture is helter-skelter and the ceiling is falling down. They have a beautiful son named Free. He is 18 months Theater Time Schedule for Thursday COMMUNITY TH FA TFR -“The Tempest” — 7 30. PARAMOUNT - Theater Organ Ret ital — 8 IOWA — “The Great Gatsby” - I Kl, 3:55, 7. IO, 9:35. WORLD - “The Sting” -1.51), 4 15. 6:55, 9:30; shorts — 1:30, 3 55, 6:30, 9 05. TIMFS — “Breezy” — 1:30, 3:25, 5:20, 7.20. 9:25; shorts -3:15. 5:10, 7 IO. 9 IO PLAZA — “Alice iii Wonderland" — 7. 9 25 STAGL Graffiti” - I — “American 7 45, 9 50 FASTI )W N Exorcist" — 7 15, - The 9:30 SATURDAY NITE Dine & Dance to the music of Kent Kountry Kombo SUNDAY DINNER SMORGASBORD Served I 2 Noon to 2. 30 p.rn. Ham Boat! Re** and ofl X (tiding pie tor delver’ tried CHtchen, me trimmtrvgv I Adults ‘3.25 Children under 1 2 ‘1.60 WENDY OAKS COUNTRY LODGE 6 Miles North of Springville For reservation* tail 8S4 6148 OASIS SUPPER CLUB Under Nee Monaqement lim Holland and Tom TeBockhorst Serving Complete Dinner Menu Salad Bor Friday 6 Saturday LIVE ENTERTAINMENT Friday The Wooden Nickels Saturday Kenny Miller 8. The Mite Hawks witti Jon Noati Webster, Iowa on Hwy 149 $ of N {palish ON OLD IMH s Mil i s so. 4)1 KOI ll IU — FRIDAY — “CELEBRATIONS" —SATURDAY— “WOODEN NICKEL" OR N SI N. NOON—Ii P.M. FINE FOOD All orders prepared In our master chef, Gem* Cross CV ERY TUES.I Enjoy our Special Chicken A Bar-B-Q-Ribs • EVERY THURS.! Pish Night Each With Complimentary Salad Bar, and Only $2.75 Fe a farina the AMERICAN BAND Friday April 26 Fun & Games Tonite 7:30-10:00 Open 2 p.m. ’til 2 a.m. 1724 16th Ave. SW MARION I, 3, 5, 7. 9 Features at ll. STAGL 2 - “The Spikes Gang” — 7 45. 9 45. STAGL 3 - “The Three Musketeers” — 7 40 . 9 45 STAGL 4 — “Conrack — 7 30. 9 35 FASTX WYN I - “The Lxrrr-cist” - 6. 8 15 FOLLINS — “Arnold” — 8.15; “The Vault of Horror” — IO. 20; “The House That Dripped Blood” — 12:10. TWIXT TOWN - “Sav" the Tiger” — 8.15; “Paper Moon” - IO: IO TWIN VV FST — “IMIlinger” — 8:35; “The Godfather” — 111 4(1 TWIN FAST - “Man of the Fast” — 8:50; “Hospital” — ON THIS DATU in 1945. iii World war IL U.S. and Soviet troops celebrated together when advance units linked up tm a demolished bridge over the Flbe river at Tergau, Germany. old and accompanies his mother almost everywhere “I think it's good for a mother to have her children with her as often as possible,” Barbara said. “But they wouldn 't let me in to see Deep Throat’ because I had Free with me — as if ne were old enough to know what was going on up on the screen.” Barbara is also a strict vegetarian even though David is now on a raw meat kick. Conglomeration Her clothes are an uncommon conglomeration of denim, velvet and other materials that give her an Earth mother look. Instead of perfume she wears oil of cedar on her wrists and behind her ears. It gives her a distinctive woodsy aroma. Barbara changed her last name from Hershey to Seagull two years ago. Neither one is her real name. She was born Barbara Lynn Herzstein about 2H years ago. “I was making a movie — ‘Last Summer’ — and I became attached to a seagull which was being used for one of the scenes. The script called for me to toss the bird in the air. But we had to do many takes, over and over again “Then in one take I threw it into the air and the seagull broke — Barbara Seagull instead of Barbara Hershey. So from that time on I thought of myself as free arid natural as a seagull. It took me four years to get up the nerve to actually change my name.” HOPP’S LOUNGE    A Big S VV Side Entertainment Spot    | TlM1„ friday a saturday I LOCAL MOTION    I IM nm* play iitR rn ( R    BLUE    NOTES    | • Tue»dqy—The Pos I The Don't*    " CLUB STEAK 7    . , Weekend Special p?^erC e 2 Open 6:30 a.m. to 2 a.m.    a Breakfast & Noon Specials    •    Steak    •    Chicken All Race Fans . . . Welcome To Hopp’s Lounge i 3000 6th St. SW Friday and Saturday “GOOD, BAD & The UGLY" SPECIAL FISH OR CHICKEN DINNERS EVERY FRIDAY UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE 5:00 to 8:00 PM • ADULTS $2.75 plus tax — children under IO: $1.00 less FLORIDA FRESH WATER CATFISH AS LONG AS AVAILABLE THE OX YOKE INN WILL BE CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC ON THE EVENING OE MONDAY, APRIL 29, 1974 BECAUSE OE A LARGE RESERVATION OX-YOKE INN Amana, Iowa — Phone 622-3441 Roosevelt Motor, hotel SMMbhWS!® Barbara currently may be seen in “Love Comes Quietly", a Dutch picture that she completed some two years ago when she was expecting Free. “I changed my name just before I began the picture,” she said. “I’m not trying to attract attention to myself or trying to be different just to he different. I don’t want anyone else to accept my way of life as their own. “I’m just trying to be honest. I’m also trying to be as good an actress as possible. Most people find it hard to believe I have four unreleased pictures ready to go into theaters. ” Barbara is best remembered among television fans as one of the stars of “The Monroes”, a short-lived series in the I HHH season Despite her non-conformist life style, Barbara dreams some of the same dreams many actresses conjure up Some day, soon she hopes, Barbara would like to star in a movie dripping with glamor, rich sets, million-dollar wardrobe and a handsome leading man Different Role “I’d like to play a role as different from myself in private life as possible," she said. “I have yet to prove I’m a true actress. “And someday, maybe, I’d like to have more babies David and I don’t talk or think about marriage. We don't have to. The only problem is w hat to call David. He’s not my husband. And I’m not too crazy about ‘lover ’ Maybe I should just call him ‘my man,’ because that’s the way I think of him. ” ON THIS DATE in 1959 the St. Lawrence Seaway was opened to shipping. OLYMPIA ON TAP FREI POPCORN Tfet [EMERGENCY ROOM! 4650 1st AVE.N.I. >- -J o RJ » ★ TONIGHT * Dance to the sounds of; “TRUTH” 9 p.m.-Closing LOUNGE 1075-6th AVE. MARION ★ TONITE ★ Olympia Beer only I 54 8-9 p.m. in A 0 r- < ai A AIQ >Sl ATO AIQ PSI AIQ >S I AIQ PSI ★ Sat., April 27 ★ JACK DOUGLAS FRI. MAY 3—DO’S & DON’TS SAT. MAY 4—BLAIR THORN For Reservations 846-2944 or 846-2200 WALFORP, IOWA UKE OUR ★ this week ★ THE BANK presents “SHADOWS OF KNIGHT” NOW APPEARING ★ THURSDAY NITE ★ BURT KALISH . . . ALSO COLLEGE 10% COUNT N WITH I D. & FOOD PURCHASE FRIDAY & SATURDAY NITE ★ John Swinton toF^“9 The fun place to eat and drink 'J 3939 First Ave. S.E. (at 40th St.) Cedar Rapids IAT HERI OR TAKI OUT TRY OUR ITALIAN BEEF OR HAM SANDWICHES NASO’S PIZZA HOUSE I 545 FIRST AVENUE SE — PHONE 363-9697 Opart Daily 11 a.m.-1 2 p.m.; Fri. A Sat. till 2 a.m.; Sun 4 to I 2 ney KOZY INN FIRST AVE. 10th ST N E. FISH DINNERS (FRIDAY) SELECT OYSTERS DAILY Vt Lh. TOP SIRLOIN STEAK and SHRIMP COMBINATION •American of French Fried Potatoes • Tossed Salad, Choice of Dressing •Roll. Butter and Drink $4195 Plus our Big Regular Complete Menu Open 6 a.m. till I a.m. Daily-Your Favorite Cocktail Served DIAL 362-3981 CHUCK & MYRT. RILL A KATHY STICKNEY PROPS HXM - 1st AVE. NL CEDAR RAPIDS Friday Night Two complete Jumbo SHRIMP DINNERS . . Even your Coffee! Two complete Flame Top Sirloin STEAK DINNERS . . Even your coffee! (JUST A UTILE SIT BETTER Appearing Nightly except Friday Mary Pike at the piano bar 310 THIRD AVE. S E., M DOWNTOWN TELEPHONE 362-8679 ,, They’ll be working for all of us Saturday FISH FRY EVERY Friday Night It s Keep America Beautiful” Day — the day proclaimed by the President — and Famous Recipe joins with the Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and National Guard in cleaning our local public areas IN THE Includes: Fish, Cole Slaw French Fries, Coffee or Hot Tea 1.59 Regular menu also served Sirloin ’n’ Brew 4407 First Ave. SE (next to Target) ITS A BIG UNDERTAKING — ABOUT 8000 WILL BE WORKING, AND FAMOUS RECIPE IS GOING TO SERVE EACH ONE A CHICKEN DINNER, besides providing all the plastic refuse bags. The National Guard will haul it all away . . . We’re happy to help in keeping Cedar Rapids and Marion the beautiful places they are. Wtot/s ftecfoe FRIED CHICKEN CEDAR RAPIDS 201 FIRST AVENUE WEST MARION 835 SEVENTH AVENUE ;