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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 18, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Television Today Hy Jerry liuck Television Tempo Suits Cloris LOS (AIM -.-The nest linii; Cloris I.eachman stars in a television pilot they should forget the fiction. Let a writer follow Clorii for a week or so, and then alter he recovers Ironi t'xhanstion devise a series based on her hectic private life with her five children. T.ilir" all the other pilots she has made. Cet essence of this delightfully eccentric woman down on paper. Life, as she savs, can be a scene out of -What's Up "The last 20 years of my life has been she said. "It was a TV show. The other day I was getting break- fast for the kids. "My son had a pet rat, Wen- dell, for four years, and the cat walks in with a tail and the hind end of a rat. It was Wendell until we could check." Cloris' life is centered around her family. For years she subordinated her career to it. It is only in recent years that she has become so much in demand, winning an Oscar for "The Last Picture and Emtnys for her dramatic and comedy performances. She has become a reigning star of the TV movie, in such films as "Haunts of the Very "A Brand New "Dying Room and for ABC and the CBS special "The She has just completed "After the Trial" for ABC. "I hate to be categorized that she said, sitting in the living room of her Man- deville Canyon home. "It should just be part of one's wardrobe, so to speak. You go where thc roles arc, where the colorful entertain- ment element? of the acting profession are. "We can't determine what part of the medium we'll be working in. I'm an actress, not a leading lady. Not a co- medienne. Not a serious actress. I'm an actress. 'There arc just more TV movies available than feature films. I like making them. The tempo suits me In fea- ture films it's still a man's world. There were fe- male stars in the old days and somehow it got turned around." As she talked she stuffed inla a liny red day vase hanging from her neck by a leather thong. She fre- quently got up from the couch to answer the telephone. She wore a blue pants suit a straw hat. She laughed and said, "I'm wearing a hat today so 1 feel more capable. You have to know what to wear." Cloris goes back and forth between TV movies, feature films she has just finished "Young Frankenstein" and "The Mary Tyler Moore she. "I like never to know what's around the next corner. Since I'm an optimist 1 always ex- pect something interesting, exciting or beautiful. If it isn't so 1 will make it so by sheer dent. "I'm dangerously in danger of being a pollyanna or a goody goody two-shoes be- cause it isn't that we don't have problems. I suppose 1 feel equal to the problem. It's a challenge to keep up with the family, and the ordinary daily experiences that are in- teresting to me." Then she was off to take one child to the dentist and an- other to buy shoes. Squaw Creek Summer-Winter i c Ad Misleading Sports Study to Supervisors .The Cedar Kaplils 9 'Gazrtlr: 'furs., June 18. 1914 liy Kevin Kane 'ovr.'ill f'l lirini; Tin1 I.inn county board Monday night finally cost cslimatts tlu-msolvi: Childish Marks WASHINGTON .AP, it. IKedtrai Trade Commission said King Portrait nalun- walks .v, w-ll Ktm various inlclMb to a ATLANTA (AP, "It ap- Iwell skiing inWy facilities "such as seitleincn! ol a com- peared to soinolhing hkej !he winti-r. tables, signs, litter barrels and fifth, (or varicx; or Si! for I'Vjrd Motor Co. would have said an h" ''ov- Jimmy Carter after markings were- iniinil on the leader board of .supervisors a staff .could well go up before the proj and oilier activi- yi-m cars as quieter than a glid- mrttaii of'civil r study on a winter .summered actually gets underway. jlics to be carried on in free play and for a pit- sted MHrlii, i.uihcr King, sports area for Squaw Creek; Hamilton pointed out at Mon-iilR'as. flying and rest room. guardrail. Judy Watts, a U the .he Ihe Squaw proposal .....immty fairground tiiat "Mt- y.i.U ..in- misleaflino for two painlin? hangs, discovered the which had been tied up one of work would take ap-i The area would be designed brongla up to Monday. She faid oraiiotlHT since u request-jpruximaK-ly two yeins. l.uou persons d'tl j she noticed an indentation on by the supervisors in Jan-: ulaily, as long as was some possn-le hard-surfacmg later. thc facc markings on thc nary time received unan-i variety of interest among them. I lie electrical installation in- t hand and shirt imous approval on a motion by; The staff report, suggesting a j After Ihc. hut '--'liii.hviv guardrails' The portrait was the first Ken Marsn ami seconded by i winter-summer sports area ''Khts for night skiing. However, "S( paintin- of a black man to hang Tcm 'N'mlim ilho southwest corner ol system installed would 'j waiter "Thompson'oMn the Capitol. It was unveiled Thc only hilch is that (lie fulljpark, lists live general nsivo ,jf capable of handling such a nol 17 in honor of thc slain proposal of is uses; M in the future. it or per-rivil rights leader who was shot more than the m pienieking, butli forlof a i.eeess road with forniance of anv Ford Motor Co in Memphis on April 4, 1968. revenue-sharing funds winch families. !ils entrance near the interscc- W a rea-onable The name, which appeared to supervisors have set aside for! (or lion of Thirtieth and Thirty-firs! The slope lights carry an es- [or ,he be "Sister was scribbled Project. !M11_.h ,ts south of Marion and Innatnd pi -ice tag of in red ink on thc right hand and Lodge 1'rujccl ;youth group programs and simi-' west of the park. All cost estimates are based tommjssjon involved shirt just below the col- Ilowever, an accompanying iar activities. on the expectation that much ]j-r'D Helms Takes Name Off Kissinger Resolution WASHINGTON (AP) Sena- tor Helms (R-S.C.) withdrew his name Monday as co-sponsor of a resolution expressing sen- ate confidence in the integrity and veracity of Secretary of State Kissinger. Helms told the senate his name was listed in- advertently. Television Listings 2-WMT-TV, Cedar Ropids 7-KWWL-TV, Waterloo 9-KCRG-TV, Csdar Rapids 3-KTVO, Otlumwa 4-WHBF-TV, Rack Island 6-WOC-TV, Davenport 8-WKBT, La Crosse 10-KROC-TV, Rochester 12-KHN-TV, Iowa City 13-WHO-TV, Des Moines Tuesday Night Action News News, weathe -Wild Wild West Weather, Spts. Weather, Spts. 6-6 O'clock Edition Sols., Weather Weather, Spts. Wayne News Anoler Tell Truth Quiz 3-Bobbv Goldsboro Goldsboro Twins-Orioles 12-Audubon Wlldlllc Make a Deal Bowl 2-Maude 12 Davs Days ond Androclcs 12 Dovs 2-Hawall Fivc-0 Movie 9-A8C Movle- "Great American Beauly Conlesl" 3-ABC "Great American Beauty Contest" FlvB-0 Movie B-Howall Fivc-0 Movie "Great American Beauty Contest" 12-Dlock isBeaulltol Woman 8-Shoft Special Edition Welbv 3-MorciisWelbv A-NBC Special Edillon 10-NBC Special Cdillon Budgctina 13-NBC Special Edition dO-Marcus Wclhv 12-Conium :r Gome ?-ActlonNews Weather. Snls. V-Eyewilncss News .1- Newsbcat 4 Wcolhcr, SPls- A-IO O'Clock (Hdilion n-Mcws, Suts.. Weather 10-Nrws, Weotnci, Spts. ot Night n-EvewitfiPss Nfws 40-Hcwslinc 2-CBS Movie "Hammerhead" 9-Wide World of Entertainment 3-Wldc World ot Entertainment Wild Wcsl A-lonlotil 6-CnS Movie-- "Hnmmcrneort" 10-Toitlflttt Viewpoint 13_Tonloht 40-Wlde World of f'litertainmenl 4-HOYVti 2--I.OSI Word -Tomorrow A -romonow 1H--TOIUOI rnw I.l-Tomor row 2-Aslhe World Turns Three on a Match Let's Make a Deal As the World Turns As the World Turns Summer Semester New Zoo Revue Summer Three on o Mctch As the World Turns Three on o Match Movie Let's Make a Deal 2-CBS News 7-Todav 4-CBS News Todov 8-CB5 News Today Guiding. Light 7_Days of Lives NewlywedGame Newlvwed Game Guldino Light Davs ol Lives Guiding Light 7t30 9-Romocr Days ot Lives Newlywed Game' 30 Capf. Kangaroo New Zoo Revue Lewis Family Capt. Kanaaroo Capl. 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News .1 NPWS .1 Oli h f, Nontl HIIC Nrwv WiMitliri' 11 A (1C Ncwi -All My NIIC.Mrw'% IIS Nrw. H) .-Ntu: Mrw 'i --town nnd t.ixinli l IIH irli. cnmiHiny in 1- NIK: NI-WI .aw Change, 4 .inn Magistrate Selections Told! icmo by Linn Conservation ircctor George Hamilton sng- c.sls that a lodge proj Third, for downhill winter sports, such as skiing, sledding! and tobogganing. .the actual construction and Included also would bu labor could be done; I for installation of a rope tow fori through county he 1973 Ford LTD. The ads for the The damage was not visible model i from a distance. ct might be deleted from the Fourth, for trail sports, ski area, another forces. Graduates U. S. Senate Opponents de-i Atlanta artist George Mandus (vice inside a glider. the portrait of King. 'has to convince you how quiet a: "H sounds like it can be rem- said the said Mandus. Carter's aide said: "We have been as- The meter in the gliderjsured that it will be cleaned up Guy Booth, Miles ames Bennett and Brent Har- all Cedar Rapids attor- eys, will be the Linn county nagistrates beginning July 1. The four were named by the ounly magistrate appointing ommission Monday because a tale law changed the number f magistrates in the county rom six to four. The commission had named ix magistrates under terms of law effective earlier this year, n addition to the four named Monday, that list included "rank Mitvalsky, a Cedar lapids attorney, and Robert 'epin, who has been serving as lagistrate and is not an attor- State law requires the com- nission give first consideration o persons licensed to practice aw. Mitvalsky withdrew his amc from consideration. Salary for the part-time posi- ions is a year. The terms are for two years. i Mary Arnold, 32! Crescent _ i rvjunu ui'-n-t IK b i measured 82 decibels, compared land put back in place in a mat- C5 thc cal. But Ry But 82 Stanley also repeated his is not quiet, the FTC Adams, street "SE, recently graduated ir! for "an'TnvestigaUMTo" find mt1 contended. Hearing Set OP _________ __ r.nnnrnl Rfirlmf'n ujhiph tn.nk; from the Masters School, Dobbs Ferry, N.Y., an independent school for girls. Dallas William Moffit, 519 j Forest drive SE, recently was awarded a doctor of law degree from Harvard university, Cam- bridge, Mass. David M. Downing, 2851 Sev- enth avenue, Marion, recently earned a doctor of medicine degree from Stanford universi- ty, Stanford, Calif. John P. Lipsky, 655 Cottage Grove avenue SE, recently was awarded a master's degree in economics from Stanford varsity, Stanford, Calif. It wouldn't be surprising lowans got the idea the cratic and Republican can-1 why consumers arc still having Pa-V Y Summer Youth Outing Openings Are Available Several openings still remain or the Central branch YMCA's irst summer youth outing, a a.m. to p.m. trip Wednesday to Camp Wapsic-Y. Program Director Larry Lutz :aid Tuesday that registrations or the trip still will be accepted Vednesday morning. The outing s open to boys and girls be- ,ween the ages of 6 and 17. Scheduled activities include swimming, hiking, trampoline, various group including bus .ransportation, is per person. spaceball and ;ames. Cost, Zink Is Head of Linn Civitan Club Robert F. Zink, 2407 Kiliman- aro drive NE, has been in- stalled as president of the Linn county Civitan club. George McDill was namcc president-elect, and Dennis Prachta, vice-president. Johr (uba is secretary-treasurer. Allen Peterson was electee mard member. Municipal Band Performance Set At The Cedar Rapids municipal jand will present its semi-week- y concert at 8 Wednesday night in Jones park. The vocal quartet, "The New will perform during the concert. The band will present: "Hosts of a march by Karl King; "Fanfare and Capriccio'1, by Schaefer; "Royal Fireworks by j. F. Handel; "Washington a march by Grafulla; 'Sattrjentcn's "Chica- go a march by Chambers; "Slavonic Rhapsody No. by Friedemann; music from "The ar- ranged by Cacavas; and "On the a march by Panel- la. cahoots Tuesday, judging from their news releases. Congressman John Culver Cedar Rapids Democrat, and State Rep. David Stanley, Mus- catine Republican, each issued a statement calling for immedi- ate government action on behalf of livestock feeders. Each expressed concern that the low prices received by feed- ers has not been passed along to consumers at the meat counter. Stanley urged congress to act quickly to guarantee bank loans to livestock feeders who are in financial trouble. Going Broke "Good, efficient Iowa cattle feeders and hog producers are going broke because of the dis- rupted livestock he warned. "Government blunders such as the beef price freeze contrib- uted to this problem. The gov- ernment owes these people fair chance to survive." Stanley, who made the state ment while on his cross-state walk near Wever, said a smal southern Iowa feeder told him recently he's losing a month and his bank will carry him only three months more. "He needs help now, not next Stanley said. Repeated Call He suggested the house agri- culture committee speed up its hearings on the loan guarantee bill, scheduled to begin June 25. General Radio Co., which took i igh prices for meat the sound meter for: Juvenile MotlOn producer is receivingi1''ord. saVs in lts "Handbook of A Bearing on a motion to low prices for his product. iNoise Measurement' that 32 dc-jtransrer ,he casc of a Culver, in Washington, called iclbels 1S ast as Cedar Rapids man to juve- !on both congress and the white1 Pncumatlc drl11 feel awai' court has been set for July House to act promptly to imple-ithc mslde of a sPorls car at in Linn district court. promptly to imple-i ment a four-point program t0jmiles per hour. end the livestock feeder crisis. He outlined thc program as Schlesinger Against i A i r The man involved, Gary Allyn i Lewis, has been implicated in a extortion attempt last December of Robert Armstrong, folio 1. Increasing government pur- phases of red meat poultry and! WASHINGTON Attorneys for Lewis contend r ,o ecemer o oe Atomic Aid to Egypt falocalbusinessmatli cheese for the school lunch anditary of Defense Schlesinger ap- commoclity distribution pro-! patently has some reservations grams and for the armed ser- about the new U.S. agreement to vices. help Egypt build nuclear power 2. The administration should assure that the U.S. does not, become a dumping ground for he T '13Ve and subsidized foreign mended such ald Asked at a news conference excess beef products. 3. The government's prestige must be brought to bear on vholesalers and retailers so to iass on to consumers the bene- !it of lower meat prices. Schlesinger said, "I think that I that he has the mental age of and his intellectual function- ing is that of a mentally retard- ed person. Thomas Horan, first assistant Linn county attorney, termed the motion "unusual and unique." I've never had a motion like would have pointed out the ad- .that he said. "It re- vantages or thc disadvantagesjquir e d a lot of original of such a course of action." Some Pentagon officials agreed with a reporter's im- pression that the defense secre- thought." Horan indicated the motion would be contested. 4. Congress must move imme- t a y probably leans diately to provide appropriate! against the idea than toward it. private emergency credit to livestock producers. Culver said Midwest livestock feeders "are in the worst eco- nomic bind since the 1930s. "It is clear the Soviet wheat; deal, and the administration's agricultural policies, such as the beef freeze, have unleashed] a complex of economic forces j that are extremely difficult to control." Feed Birds 20 YEARS AGO The house] 'oreign affairs committee voted hat no new arms shipments be; authorized for France and Italy j unless they ratified the Europe- an Defense Community. FOR ANY DRAINAGE FAILURE 365-2243 Qu m 'oJht' Co'tlttv- llnpitU I THIVIIKLY QUIZ II PAKT OF THII NIWITAPliri ICHOOi MtOCMH You can actually "make money" on your car-why not start now? How? By keeping it in good shape. Come see us we'll show you how it's done. Your savings will he more than worth it! Savings For Chevrolet Owners! Thurs. nite 5 to 9 Only LUBE and OIL CHANGE Complete chassis lube and oil 5 quarts of Northland-oil per customer) Come in nowl ENGINE TUNE-UP Includes New Points, Condenser and Carburetor Filter for more get up and go! BRAKE RELINE DRUM BRAKES ONLY Install and adjust brake linings on all 4 wheels, inspect and, re-pack front wheel bearings. If needed: Wheel cylinders each. Drums turned each Front grease seals pair. Return springs 1.00 each. FRONT-END ALIGNMENT Includes Caster, Camber, Toe-in. !lf necessary, steering gear adjustment additional >6S 601 First Avenue SE. Chnvrolets Only! Thursday Night Only SERVICE DEPARTMENT woHdscope (10 (Wind lor quMtion wiwrW 1 On the first left of his trip to Mid- cast. President Nixon stopped in (CHOOSE ONE: West Germany. wherS he was greeted by Chancellor Bruno Kreisky. 2 Secretary of State Henry Kissinger companied the President on his Mideast trip. True or False? 3 Before leaving on his trip. Mr. Nixon (CHOOSE ONE: agreed, refused) to turn over the tapes demanded by the House Ju- diciary Committee. 4 French President Valery discard d'Es- tamg lired Minister of Ftelorm Jean- Jjcques Servan-Schreiber after the minis- ipr voiced opposition to the Rovernment's (CHOOSE ONE: nuclear bomb testing plans, trade deals with Arab 5 Soviet authorities Rave permission to emiprats to Valery and Galma P.uicv, who internationally-known newsname (10 polnti if you can kfintifjr parion in from Arkiinsns who lieads thn House Ways nnd Means Committee. I recently proposed that ConRffss leirn- iKise w.iRft controls as an nnti- inflation tool. What 11 matchwords (4 tor Mch corrict rturtch) sons or gtmips newspicture (10 pelnti rt rou intwtf quwtbn comctlr) A severe economic crisis brought down the coalition rmnient ol Italian Premier. T shewn here. (2 polntt far qutillon cerrKlly) 1 A hurse n.xned (CHOOSE ONE Utle Current, Shady Clwscter) won the Belniont Stakes. 2 (CHOOSE ONE: Leo DutocMer. Charles Hnley) is' the owner of the Oakland A's baseball team. 3 Ralph Garr and Rod are 1 having iijccessliif seasons. a-stock car' racers b-golfers c baseball players 4 is the defending World Cup soccer champion. j Brazil, b'ltaly c-Wesl Germany 3 (CHOOSE ONE: Edward Garvey, Marvin Millar) Is etfctitive director of the National Football League Association. 2.....c 3... .in b-deadlock rovc roundtable 4 .condpnt d mcetmR o! top offi- cials of nations. S., sunimit i-pxcuse or ovflflook dfKUMten (M What nt your impressions of Prr.idffnt Ninon's Mirf tnp( YOUH ICOH5-II HIM TOT ICOHIIII U M poton Ucilltm. H polntt iMd. II tt 79 iwlntt 'WC, Inc.. UriUon. BteoMln AN8WBWS ON RRVRRM PMOC   

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