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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 19, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Beck's Show Business Beat HOLLYWOOD (NYT) (ioldie llawn and her on-and- off-the-screen leading man, Bruno Wintzcl, have taken off for Sweden where that gold- en girl will he introduced to Bruno's kin I understand that when the couple returns to Hollywood, Miss Hawn will get around to dissolving her legal status as Mrs. Cus Trikonis. Goldie and her "The Girl from Petrovka" co-star aren't planning their stateside return until next month. Once their Wintzel family obligations are behind them, they intend to get lost together for a while among the seaside hamlets of the French Riviera Elizabeth Taylor and Henri Wynberg are giggling a lot about the erroneous news service reports that had them getting married this week aboard Peter Lawford's yacht. Liz points out tliat Law-ford doesn't even own a yacht. Re- sides, she says, she and Henri are not planning to take a walk down the altar at least not for a while. Elizabeth and her betrothed have returned to Hollywood for a while, and their plans now call for them to stay put on these shores until produc- tion starts in Russia next month on her "Bluebird" flick. 'Course Liz has the habit of changing her plans abrupt ly. whenever a uhim A month ago she was so con- vinced that she and Wynberg would remain on Kuropean ho- liday until it was time to head for Russia, she sent her secre- tary back to Hollywood to fetcto the jewels and furs she'd left behind. Now jewels 'n' furs 'n' en- tourage have made their way- back to Beverly Hills with Lit. Talk about tacky! What this country needs like it needs another Watergate scandal is porno film queen Linda Love- lace doing dishonor to our na- tion's capital. That's exactly what will be happening this week, when the "Deep Throat" actress arrives in Washington to grab publicity for her next erotic film ad- venture, "Linda Lovelace for COLLINS ROAD :...DRIVE-IN THEATRE MILE EAST OF CENTER POINT RO. Ends Tonite Mon. CUNT EASTWOOD "THUNDERBOLT and LICHTFOOT" ED United Artmls BURT REYNOLDS LIGHTNING OPEN SHOW TUESDAY CONEY DAY (CHILI DOG) DRIYE-IK 1136 Ellis Blvd. NW 1116 Center Point Rood NE Her itinerary includes a slop ai DIP Washington monument, for a photo to be caplioncd, "Accept the It also in- cludes a visit In the White House, though, mercifully, plans have been scrapped for her In uiaki' tin- iiiurisl dressed in a gown featuring a red, white and blue satin skirt and a star-embossed, trans- parent blouse. The promoters behind the shoddy stunt tell me the trip to Washington toad actually been planned for lust month. It was delayed out of fear that impeachment proceedings would push coverage of Lin- da's visit out of the papers. "Movin' On" series lead. Frank is movin' on to the single life. He and wife, Carol, have spit, and plans now call for him to stay on in Hollywood while she re- mains at their New York home with their teenage son and daughter. Salary disputes have result- ed in a parting of the ways between actor Ray (ierardin and the "General Hospital" soap opera company. To tide himself over until acting as- TONITE THE BANK presents.- "ALICE RITTER" Singing Folk Blues BACK BY POPULAR DEM AND13, KIND OF TOUCHES ON SOMI UNUSUAL AKfAS'bf ANIMAL 'WINNER 7 ACADEMV AWARDS 752-10th St. PH. 377-1482 WALT DISNEY'S -6- "THE CASTAWAY COWBOY" "IE ABSENT-MINDED PROFESSOR" Now! TOMLAUGHLINasBILLVJACKin V "BORN RERELEASE LIGHT AT THE EDGE OF THE WORLD" PO Ends Toes. NOW THEY DO IT TO THE C.I.A ELLIOT GOULD DONALD SUTHERLAND S" -PG- ONf OF THE VERY BEST THAT'S ENTERTAINMENT No Passes Color G- Ends Tues. Conflict in the Far North "THE WHITE DAWN" TIMOTHY BOTTOMS WARREN GATES Color -R- BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND A RE-RELEASE c 8ARBRA STREISAND GEORGE c SCOTT In COLOR AMERICAN INIIRNAIIONAL RE RELEASE signments pick up, (ierardin ;nt ;id in tiic Incal pap- ers announcing his availa- bility as an acting coach. Linda Staab is sorry she ever accompanied bridegroom Hubert Vaughn to San Fran- cisco location of "Towering lail ni'KiDi. Fur nnv, Hob has decided to cancel their honeymoon plans, "be- cause just being in San Francisco was like a honey- moon." Andy Williams's NBC spe- cial will be taped before a Broadway audience on Sept. 1. for airing six days later. If the variety show works out as a successful pilot for a weekly offering, Andy will be heading back to Manhattan to head- line the program from there. And wouldn't Mew Yorkers be delighted to see some sort of regular TV entertainment ac- tion back within their borders again? Andy will be including some tennis action on his upcoming spin-off special. Segments of the Wednesday-Thursday Robert F. Kennedy tourna- ment at Forest Hills will be featured on the program featuring a whole passel of Marilyn Beck famous names Including Klhcl Kennedy, of course Itcdd lieriimr o'AIHT u] FlCll Hiillln-. Mil- iHilcr The (tdar Rapids Gazette: Man.. Aug. 18. I87i Theater Time Schedule for Monday PAKAMOVNT Tht White Dawn" 6. PLAZA "The Absent Minded Professor" 1.30. "The Castaway IOWA "S'P'Y'S" 7.55. I WOULD "Thai's Knlcr- 7. STACK 1 "Hutch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid" T1MKS "The Born l.os- ITS" STACK 2 "The Macon Cuunty Line" Sinatra Must Answer Hotel Incident Queries Hedd's inner U'llliam ('inn ail returned In lamicil and n-sli'il alter Ins lirsl ,ara- liun in mer a jc-iir. Bill, a deep water fisher- man Mini I'nliK tin1 rcciird Tnr iiiiirlin. llns >ear decided III (III llil- ici'i-ni liis liinc nit. ucnl licsli iKhinu in the (irand Ti-lnns anil N'cllinvslnni1 Kii-hanl pni'lic- thnii'-llils will lie ciiiiini'_' mil in an linnk anil nnisl uill i-iinlaiii siime aliuiil tin- riiiiiaiin1 licluiH'ii Ilic ai'lur. ami actress Sum Barbara Allen. Xnllium like piitlniL' IKUII ilnuii mi paper I" net H nff jiinr cliesl. LOS ANGKLKS (UPI) A federal judge toas ordered Frank Sinatra to answer ques- tions about an incident involv- ing a Salt Lake City business man and his wife at the Trin- idad hotel in Palm Springs. Calif., May5, 1973. U. S. District Court JudKC Manuel Real ordered Sinatra In give a deposition on his PIUS TWIN war ONLY BURT REYNOLDS PO Coming August 20 New Christy Minstrels 2 Shows 7 PM Advance Tickets At The Door Crown Room CAROUSEL Highway 21 8 6 Coralville, lowct, 319-351-8580 TUESDAY NIGHT SPECIAL! 14 Chicken Dinner Served with tossed salad, choice of hash browns, French fries, whipped or baked potato and hot bread. Happy Chef Systems, FRIDAY NIGHT FISH FRY 99 all you can eat I Closed 3AM-5AM Daily Closed Sunday Midnight to SAM 365 33rd Ave. S.W. at 1-380 V 1 Block East of Jack Jones Furniture. A Bernstein Kicks Off New Zealand Tour AUCKLAND, N. (AP) Conductor Leonard Bernsk-in and (he New York Philhar- monic' kicked nff a lour of New Xealand and Australia with the world premiere of a suite Bernstein arranged from his ballet, The orchestra played to a capacity crowd at Auckland Town Hall last week. conduct to he used in a suit against Sinatra uy a Frank .1. Weinstock. Weinstock alleges that when his wife went to the ladies' room at the hotel, Sinatra and his party ordered Weinslock to Ki'l out and leave her with them, lie chawd that when he refused, the singer, a body- guard and .lily res- taurateur and Sinatra crony, heat him up in the men's room. Weinstock also is suing the other two men and the hotel. The depositions are for trial of the suit to begin Sept. in. Sinatra's attorney refused to cmnmont. STAGK 3 "For Pete's Sake" 8. STAGK 4 "Bank Shot" KASTOWX 1 "Buster and Billie" KASTOWX -Herbie Rides Again" 7 10. 9 MARION Features at 11. I. 3. 7. H. COLLINS "Thunderbolt and Lightfoot" "While Lightning" 11. TW1XT TOWN "The Sting" 9; "Pete 'n' Tillie" TWIN WEST "The Born Losers" "The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing" TWIN EAST "The Gold- en Voyage of Sinbad" "The Light at the Edge of the World" Monday Night Pitchers of Oly The Emergency Room 4650 1st Ave. NE Ave.SE Ave, NE 1334EdgewoodRd.SW REGULAR EVERY TUESDAY YOU GET: 3 PIECES OF KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN ORIGINAL RECIPE or EXTRA CRISPY MASHED COLE SLAW HOT ROLL VISIT THE COLONEL Try our special catering price. Man., Tuej. and Wed. Large 14" PIZZA Shrimp Pepptrom Sausage plus all The Fountain Pop You Can Drink FEEDS 3 to 5 People Dine Here Only on this Special Please 3.00 Ib. RIBEYE STEAK DINNER HASH BROWNS Cole Slaw ITALIAN BEEF SANDWICH French Fries Fountain Drink 1.19 JOURMET DININ' 720 10th St. .Ph.377-6351 MARION Be Our Guest MOVIE Nl AT THE COLLINS ROAD DRIVE-IN THEATER OPENS AT SHOW STARTS AT THEY BURIED THEWROUGMAN. HE WON'T HAKE THE SAME MISTAKE. 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