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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 8, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 10 The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Mon.. July 8. 1974 Theater Time For Monday PARAMOUNT -Three the Hard Way" (UO IOWA and J.jHhifimf l-.lfl -Tl-i V4V 9.50. "Saarland Kxpn-ss" 1.30. 3-40. shuns Tl.MKS 1 ill. 4. (i 35. 9 15 PI.A7A 'Th.' liimMihlv .luuriii'i 2, s ui, "Ohi Vi'ller" ;V >o. d.3n L" O.ir) STACK :i Time" STACK 4- KASTOW.N 1 eist" EASTOWN 2 Bride" 7, MARION features at 11 1, 3, 5, 7. 9. COLLINS Bootleggers" "The Legend of Boggy Creek" TWIXT TOWN "American Graffiti" "The War Between Men and Women" "RioLobo" TWIN WEST "The Great Gatsby" "Lady Sings the TWIN EAST "The Nine Lives of Fritz the Cat" 9 "Carry on Camping" "Carry on Doctor" Monday Night Pitchers of The Emergency Room 4650 1 st Ave. NE MEXICAN FOOD Every Tuesday and Thursday Wedding Rehearsal Dinners, Capacity 10 to 125 People. SUPPER CLUB On Highway 21 8 Midway Between Cedar Rapids and Iowa City 857-264! MON. Vi Pound ibeye Stea Regular Vi Chicken Regular Complete Dinners Include Hash Srowns or Potato Salad o Cole Slaw or Tossed Salad Onion Rings e Home Made Rail iOURMET DININC 720 10th St. Ph. 377-6351 MARION Myrna Loy, who moved gracefully from leading lady roles to character parts, says "the trick is to make up your mind to play lesser roles. An actress has to face up to Ihe truth of life, that she doesn't look like she did when she was 20 years younger." To Order Your Gazette Want Ad DIAL 398-8234 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. Monday thru Friday. Til Noon Sat. Still Open For Business Turn left on detour on g-avef road, Ihen right, then right again to Draport. TUESDAY SPECIAL CLUB STEAK DINNER v3> Dance music and entertainmenl Friday, July 13 Saturday, July 13 Stringdusfers Bar-B-Q Ribs Fri. Sat. Pbone The Good FOOD BUFFiTS now every nigrtf in the Grant Wood Kitchen Sun. Fri. p.m. to 8 p.m. MOTOR HOTEL Connecting FREE Parking. GOLDIE HAWN 0 JOHNSON Exploding Action THREE THE JACK NICHOLSON FAYE DUNAWAY ROBERT REDFOKD PAUL NEWMAN "THE STING" SHE WILL CHASE THE BLUES AWAY LUCILLE BALL "MAME" IN ,955 THfRE WERE A THINGS A GUIS SCHOOI DID" T "GURtlME" Rudolph Valentino Discovery Myrna Loy Is Still Starring in Films By Vernon Scott HOLLYWOOD (ll'll Myrna Luy was dismvered by Rudolph Valentino in silent nunk's and today, a half-cen- tury later, the actress with Ihe ctiiKtiutic Minle and distinc- tive voice is still starring in films. Her newest is -Airport 1H75" and curiously appropriate because she has starred in mure picsures aloft than mnM si reen beauties. Aiming her credits are "Test "Ton Hot To Handle" with Clark Gable, "Night Flight" with William (Jargon, and "Wings in ihe Dark" in which she played an aviatriv Myrna can also lie ulenlified with a score of oriental roles she played in the early days of her career, not tu mention her six memorable pictures with William Powell as Nora Charles in "The Thin But with more than 120 pic- lures lu ncr irriiit Mutid happilv. nouT been Upt'd and I'M' kept working all the tune." Valentino Ulsroirry She was in ihe ballet chorus uf (iraumaa's Chinese IhratcT early in Ihe 1920s when Valen- linu firs! saw a photograph uf her A! lhal time the original Latin hivcr was the biixuffii-f king at Paramount Pictures "Valentino liked to discover pt'iipli1." Myrna recalled mi her day (iff (rum I'niversal's shunting schedule. "On the strength uf that photograph he asked me In come in Paramount and make a screen test for his next picture. "1 was nnly ID years old and thrilled at the thought nf working in pictures. He let me use his dressing room. The title uf the miivie was 'Cobra'. But I didn't get the part. I was HID young." Xot long afterward Myrn; where her name was changed friim Myrna Williams to Loy. a railroad stop in her native Montana. Prefers New York Muiia hasn t been a resident of Hollywood since 1948 She prefers the action ill New York where she is immersed in social causes. Currently she is working for Ihe national com- millet1 against discrimination in housing. She was on Ihe L'.S. commission for C.NKSCO in the 1950s. She has not been called a grand dame of movies nor cast in a series of sweet old lady roles for the excellent reason that there remains a twinkle in her eye and a buoyancy about her performances. Unlike many a former superstar. Myrna Luy has not luTsclf tin- of self-indulgence, despite four unsuccessful marriages She has moved gracefully from leading lady roles to character parts. "There's a big ego nrohleni involved in making that tran- she said, smiling "The first time it happened to me was in 'The Ambassador' with Olivia Haviktml play- ing Ihe lead. Make Ip Mind "From then on it was a mat ter of making up my mind to hang on and wait for star part and die of ennui or starva tion or play character roles and keep busy. "The trick is to make ui: your mind to play lesser roles. "An actress has to face up U the truth of life, that slit li.i.k liki' she was 20 years younger "A great deal depends un your own attitude. There is the problem of working in smaller roles for less money and then trying to return to larger roles fur a higher salary. It seldom happens that way. "I never fell badly about making the change Her division to accept lesser roles is very probably the reason why Myrna continues to make moues in her 7Hth year while her contemporaries iuuc fadeti from sight. SERVING NIGHTLY OICE PRIME RIB OF ME? Appearing At The Keyboard MARY PIKE Nightly oxcept Pri. 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