Cedar Rapids Gazette, July 19, 1974, Page 26

Cedar Rapids Gazette

July 19, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 19, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa WORLD 363-8321 TIMES 70 IOWA DOWNTOWN CLINT EASTWOOD THUNDERBOLT and LIGHTFOOT United Artists 393-8439 PLAZA LINDALE PLAZA IOWA AT THI COLLINS ROAD DRIVE-IN THEATRE TV has shown i<oii samples Now see it all I. . AT THIS THIATKC 362-3269 ET IN THE 19 30 » WHEN ^ CRIME WAS MUCH LESS COMPLICATED . AND MUCH MORE L INTERESTING. IS A MYSTERY ENSATION > A LOVE % STORY. DETECTIVE! STORY THAT'S FUNNY AND CUNNING. wmrnmmmamm one more big week 70 MM & STEREOPHONIC SOUND MON. THRU FRI. 2 P.M. A 8 P.M. ADULTS HOO jfQ&ik    SAT. A. SUN. CHILDREN UNDER 14    o    k    a 51.00 lag 25h C/bill Shepherd (right) has the title role in "Daisy Miller", drama based on Henry James’ novel beginning play at the Stage 4 theater Friday. DAYS HE EXPLODES LIKE THE i ROAR i OF A I CANNON! World Scheduled to start its engagement ct the World theater Friday, "The Black Windmill stars Michael Caine (left). OPEN 1:30 P.M. MATINEES DAILY RODGERS.* HAMMf-RVTTJNV POSITIVELY LAST WEEKEND A SIF GEL Film    MHH A ZANUCK/BROWN Production MICHAEL CAINE in THE BLACH WINDMILL” A UNIVERSAL RCLEASl pp PARENTAL (GUID ANL I SUGGETT® TECHNICOLOR » ■ PANAYISION « I I ■«'»"*’ »«■ • »• •» • '»■ »■«    I Coming sooni “That’s Entertainment’’ Set for Friday opening at the Stage 3 theater, "For Pete s Sake stars Barbra Steisand (right) and Michael Sarrazin. RATED —“ANDREIS • a WM! rn* PLUMMER MOW PLAYING - EVANS THEATRE - ANAMOSA ff RATED GATOR BAIT TONITE OPEN 7:00 P.M SAT. A SUN. OPEN 2:00 P.M. ALWAYS FREE PARKING Sneak Preview TONIGHT AT 8.00 ONLY mmS U Imm jjjj THEATRES A K-MABT C ENT^HetWve. aw -366*7381 Hie scientists want to collar him ..The crooks want to steal him Sam this Advance Showing of a Great New Action Hit Stomng CHARLES BRONSON . . . fighting the syndicate as only he coni Shown in Addition To “THUNDERBOLT AND LIGHTFOOT" LAST FEW DAYS! - vs a little o_ STARTS TONIGHT ...Boisterously funny old-time farce... Streisand’s at her best! VINCENT CANBY hi    N    Y    Times PAUL ROBERT NEWMAN REDFORD ROBERTSHAW /fill' IIsll Ill ii* IN HER BEST L COMEDY SINCE k “WHATS UP rn. doc?” Wild as the swamps that spawned her, She pumped HOI BLOOD A GEORGE ROv' HILL FILM COLOR TNE STING —PG HURRY LAST WEEKEND SISNEY POITIER Sill COSET Ant) MARKI EEIAFONTE LAST WEEKEND BarIm ti Streisand ".-V*    VIK.-' They set funny when you mess with their mor'iey I PARENTAL GUIDANCE SUGGESTED .    IM' MAIL KIA MA. MJI Bl    -**. I .It I ABI I fun PW Hi NAI,LM' COLOR . BONUS LATI SHOW “SUPER BEAST’ In Color-Ratwd R A PAK AML X. 'N! PH. I URLS KHt ASI The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Frt., July IS, 1174 mw**     mm....... With Soviets for Documentary John Lennon Will Fight Deportation WASHINGTON (AP) - Fn tertainer John Lennon plans to fiKht a government order tp leave the United States by Sept 1ft or face deportation The board of immigration appeals disclosed it has dismissed Lennon s petition to delay its decision until the conclusion of pending lawsuits fighting deportation. I .en non, a member of the now-disbanded Beatles rock group, was ordered out of the country last year by a federal immigration judge because of a conviction in Great Britain in UKW for possession of marijuana. A lawyer on Umnon’s defense team in New York said the latest ruling won’t force Lennon out of the country by Sept. ll) “No way,’’ said Steven Weinberg    “There ”s plenty of room for litigation ” Weinberg said the next step will be to argue the case in federal district court where, he said, there is more hope for the type of precedent-setting decision Lennon is seeking The appeals board also noted that the immigration service’s district director for New York where I*ennon lives, cho extend the deadline. The appeals board decision was issued July IO. but not made public until Wednesday so Lennon’* attorneys could be notified In its unanimous ruling, the board said “We are not unsympathetic to the plight of the respondent ...” However, it said immigration laws provide that an alien convicted of 'any law or regulation relating to the illicit possession of or traffic in narcotic drugs or marijuana” may lie excluded from the country. ON THIS DATE in 1973. tho Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks agreed to admit blacks for the first time in the 105-year history of the lodge. Connors Teams IX)S ANGELES (AP) - Ac-tor Chuck Connors and the Soviet government are partners in a one-hour television documentary made in Russia last winter But the actor says no (me need question his patriotism because of it. "We expect to take that documentary and sell it in a capitalistic fashion.” Connors said last w(*ek He said he and his producer, Larry Stewart, will get 7ft percent of the profit of “Peace and Friendship” and the Russians will receive 3ft percent. Connors made the documentary with an all Russian crew after being invited to the Soviet Union by Communist party leader Leonid I Brezhnev. The two met in May, 1973, at a San Clemente party thrown for the Soviet leader by President Nixon. "What we sought to do in terms of detente, which I understand is a political term for peace, was help build a bridge for communication and trade,” Connors said. "We know there’s a lot of opposition in the United States, but we’re not involved in any of the political implications.” Things are happening every day in the classified ads. ;