Cedar Rapids Gazette, August 2, 1974, Page 9

Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette August 2, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 2, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Newman Misses the Dynamics of New York City .lorry Iturk    ..    ....    ' Tho Cedar Rapids Gazette: Frl., Aug. 2, 1971    9 li> Jerry Huck LOS ANG Kl,KS (AP) _ |n Ins new series, “Petroeelli ”, Harry Newman plays a fish out of waler A burraeuda Tony Petroeelli moves Ins law praelice from New York lo a Southwest Tuttletown iii Hie show His brash, abrasive, corky, unorthodox ways sometimes clash with the townspeople's easygoing manner Ii is a switch on "McCloud”, where the New Mexico marshal s folksy ways jolt the New York City police In his own way. Newman feels like a fish out of water when he crosses the Hudson mer Ile is a New York actor through and through He trained at the Actors Lab and is a veteran of the stage. It takes time to get adjusted to California,” said New man, who has been here before to make films. “It s not jet lag. It's culture shock City’s Rhythm like the dynamics of the C.R, Drug Numbers To report a violation: Michael Dooley 377-8061 lf you need help: Foundation ll... 363-31 74 (4 p m. lo midnight) THE HOT SPOT EMERGENCY ROOM 4650 1st Ave. N.E. Bud-Mich-Oly on Tap SATURDAY NITE D>r>e & Dance to the music of the COUNTY LINEMEN sunday BINNER SMORGASBORD Nerved I 2 Noon to 2:30 p m Fried Chicken, Mom, Roast Reel and oil the trimmings including pie tor dessert Adults *3.25 Children under 12 *1.60 WENDY OAKS COUNTRY LODGE 6 Miles North of Springville For reservations call 854-6148 SATURDAY AUGUST I THE DO’S & THE DON’TS GAS LAMP BAR OPEN SUNDAY NOON TO IO P.M OOSEVELT MOTOS HOTEL Convenient parking in our tamp downtown ‘ tty The inner rhythm, I like being in the center of things I lie city keeps you alive I walk out of my apartment and it s all on the streets living tm “Hen1 it s like Long Island ” Newman. IIH and single, is in the tradition of Humphrey Kogart, James Cagney and Spencer Tracy — Iii* is not handsome but dues bring plenty ut magnetism, charm and sex appeal to the screen Ile has a ragged sear along Ih<> corner of his left eye. He has resisted all suggestions lo have his large nose fixed Newman landed his movie role in 1970 producer Sidney .I Kuru Kast looking for a "New York face” for the film “The Lawyer”. At tin* time he was iii an off-Broadway production of "America, Hurrah!” and had just completed a two-year run in the soap opera, “The Edge of Night”. Based on Bailey Kuril* wrote “The Lawyer” with Harold Huchmun. and it first when went was I he genesis of “Helmed-Ii ll was loosely based on K Lee Hailey’s defense iii the Sam Sheppard case Newman said the audience may resent Tony Petroeelli at first lie's not apple pie, lie s not Mr Humble,” he said “lie's the Muhammad All of thi* law “People are uncomfortable with that kind of guy at first Ile feels he’s asserting himself Other people fee! lies aggressive. ” Newman said lie feels a common bond with the character "I like to think i'm my own man.” Despite the abrasive coaling. Newman thinks Petro-celli’s charm, Ins integrity, his love of the law and his warm relationship with his wife will win over the audience. mm Pi€k the Don’t Miss ’emf * FHI., AUG. 2 V Coming nonf wnnkt “HEADSTONE” DANCE MOR SWISHER Trophy Lounge presents WEBESTERJON playing this Friday and Saturday Mites. 5I 9 H Street S.W. Barry Newman, star of Petroeelli", fall series about a lawyer who leaves the big city to establish a practice in a Southwestern town, is suffering from "culture shock." "I miss the dynamics of the city," he says. Zodiac “NO SAUCE" Inn ALL DRINKS ''NONALCOHOLIC” 5185 8TH AVE MARION TURN RT. AT 50TH ST. DAILY 6 p m 2 a rn • DANCING NITf LY • OPEN SUNDAY FRIDAY NITE POCATEE PICKLING CO.” I THE FINEST IN BLUE GRASS & I    COUNTRY MUSIC I    SATURDAY NITE ‘‘MZ ALICE FROM LA.” |    VERSATILE SINGING & I    GUITAR    ARTISTRY “Old Gold” Combo Good OI9 Rock ’n’ Roll FRI. and SAT. Meet your friend* for Fun, Drinka and Dancing Open 2 p.m. ’til 2 a.m. 1724 16th Ave. SW SERVING NIGHTLY CHOICE PRIME RIB OF BEEF Appeaing At The Keyboard MARY PIKE Nightly except Fri. 310 THIRD AVENUE SE, DOWNTOWN TELEPHONE 362 8679 ROOM (JUST A LITTLE BIT BETTER) For Your Dining Enjoyment Every Friday and Saturday Night Happy Bright and Tony Rehearsal Dinners Call for Reservations Party Room 10-125 Capacity Every Tues. & Thurs. Mexican Food *2.95 Serving Mon.-Thurs. 5-10, Tri. 5-11, Sat. 5-12 Ranch Supper Club On Highway 218 Midway Between Cedar Rapids and Iowa City Phone 837-2641 CHINESE Restaurant lf ■ Dark To II al i town* Wan I I I ast Service* lur Lune t) Serving American and Chin***' food REP PAGODA, HOURS MON tutu SAT NUON 7 30 A M r-^ SUN NOM IM PM rn located |u*t oh Canter Point load NI between Pork Towne Square and Park Town# Apartment, 3968 Cwiter Pt. Rd. NE NEWLY REMODELED THE PURPLE COW A Delightful Family Restaurant and DAIRY BAR /Ar MBTi EVENING SPECIALS s225 Tuesday — Swiss Steak Wednesday — Fried Chicken Thursday — Roast Pork & Dressing Dinners include Potato, Salad, Beverage Evening Specials With Our Salad Bar Included *2.7 5 OR YOU MAY ORDER FROM OUR REGULAR MENU SUNDAY NOON BUFFET I I 30 a m.-2 p m. Select from Several Meats $ *) 2 5 Delicious Homemade Salads v You ll Find Cool Refreshments at our DAIRY BAR Cones — Malts - Sundaes - Sandwiches - Carry Out Service Closed Monday During Month of August Highway 2 I 8 at North Liberty Phone 626-2253 Only I 2 minutes South of Cedar Rapids Tues.-Thurs. 6:30 a.m.-9 p.m., Frl. 6:30 a.m.-IO p.m. Sat. 8 a.rn.-IO p.m., Sun. 8 a.rn.-9 p.m. After Dinner Visit our WOOD 'N WHEEL GIFT SHOP s Only BIG BOY gives you all this great eating, ready to go fast, a 1.70 value... ' ^7- GET 2 BIG BIG BOYS AMERICA S ORIGINAL DOUBLE DECK HAMBURGER! 1.29 Roosevelt SS*£mr*JSBS FRI. A SAT. NIGHT LOOK! “Lyn County” MODERN COUNTRY MUSIC OPEN 9-2 Don Geater, Bob Tischer FIREPLACE LOUNGE HIAWATHA AIR CONDITIONED—NO COVER RAMADAiNN 5550 6th St. SW Cedbr Rapilis, Iowa Presents FRIDAY & SATURDAY NIGHT In our Granada Lounge For Reservations Phone 366-7721 Now Taking Reservations For Your Meetings, Banquets & Holiday Parties VV #*||, ^ While Dining At The ^ TERRACE ROOM SPECIAL SUMMER HOURS . . . THROUGH THE END OF AUGUST Terrace Room Evening Dining, 5 p.rn.-10:30 o.m. THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLY 4S Noon Buffet—Open Daily 11:30-2 p.m. Mon.-Fri. Municipal Airport    365-7739 sNN Enjoy the Sunday Buffet at the St RL01 NX' 8 Reno Served 1:30 a.rn.-3:00 p.m. YOUR CHOICE OF: • Roast Beef au /us • Fried Chicken • Baked Ham    •    Fish • Mashed Potatoes and Gravy • Buttered Corn or Peas & Carrots • Select Your Favorite Salad from our Salad Bar • Dessert—Ice Cream or Sherbet Rolls, Butter, Coffee or Hot Tea Included With All Meals 'mi ☆ One of the delightful dining places in Eastern Iowa I Your food is always tasty and satisfying. 95 Children under IO, $1.75 Children under 3, Free. (Table Service also available) Sunday Service BUFFET SERVING I 1:30-3:00 Regular Menu 5:00-9:30 FREE BALLOONS FOR THE KIDS DOUBLE-BUBBLI HOUR 4-6:30 Monday thru Friday COCKTAILS AVAILABLE AT YOUR TABLE or in the LOUNGE 4407 I st Avenue S.E. (next to Target) Phone 393-9727 SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIAL! French Fried LOBSTER w495 rn® Tot* pick a pack of picnic packers Picnic Packer # 1 Picnic Packer # 2 For only $&49 you get... 10 pieces of chicken 2 pts. salad (your choice) 6 rolls 4 paper cups 4 napkins 4 sporks (fork/spoon) 1 table cloth 2 family size Cokes special picnic bag For only $8.49 you get- 15 pieces of chicken 3 pts. salad (your choice) 12 rolls 8 paper cups 8 napkins 8 sporks 1 table cloth 3 family size Cokes special picnic bag K«ntufkij fried ^kidcen Visit The Colonel And Have A Barrel of Fun • 1435 1st Ava. S.I. *4640 1st Avo. N.I. • 1334 Edgewood Rd. S.W. ;

  • Bob Tischer
  • Don Geater
  • Harold Huchmun
  • Humphrey Kogart
  • James Cagney
  • Kuru Kast
  • Lee Hailey
  • Michael Dooley
  • Sam Sheppard
  • Spencer Tracy
  • Tony Petroeelli

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Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Issue Date: August 2, 1974

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