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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 30, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                8 The Cedar Rapids Curette: Mon., Dec. 3B, 1874 Television Today By Bob Mike Douglas Producing Film LOS ANCELES (AP) What do television series stars do during their between-sea- son vacations? In the case of Michael Douglas, he's produc- ing a movie. The talented son of Kirk Douglas finished his third sea- son of "The Streets of San Francisco" this month. In January he starts producing "One Flew over the Cuckoo's starring Jack Nichol- son and directed by Milos For- man. The film will be made almost entirely at the Oregon Slate mental hospital at Sal- em. Young Douglas, is an ex- ample of a modern maverick working inside the establish- ment. It seemed inevitable that he would go into acting his mother. Diana Dill, is an actress, and his father is one of the screen's most durable stars. Some observers were surprised when Michael, who had played leads in movies such as "Hail and accepted the second lead to Karl Maiden in ABC's "Streets nf San Fran- Ihe Nielsen cellar until the network switched it from Sat- urday to Thursday night. Douglas himself lingered in the background until he made presentations to producer Quinn Martin. "During that first year I seemed to be taking one step forward and two steps back." the actoY observed. "1 finally told Quinn that 1 wanted out unless I had more to do. He was understanding, and it has worked out so 1 have a show, Karl has a show, then we do one together. It's good for us, and good for the series." His admiration for Maiden is boundless "his energy is amazing; like my father, he has a kind of peasant drive that is peculiar to their gener- ation." Energy is needed for "The Streets of San Francis- The series is shot entire- ly in the bay city from May to December on a six-day week, instead uf the usual five days in Hollywood. "One Flew over the Cuc- koo's Nest" has a long histo- ry, dating back to when Kirk Douglas starred in the Broadway play. It had a one- month run. but was not a suc- cess. The actor explained: "Back in my father's day, there was a normal progression for an actor's career. He could get his start on Broadway, then a studio would take him over and mold his career. "But when 1 went to New York in there was no theater. 1 did a little off- Broadway, then I made two or three pictures that didn't go. The studios don't put actors under contract anymore, so 1 figured the best way to move my Career along was to get in- to a TV scries." The first season of "Streets" was a ratings disap- pointment for ABC and a per- sonal one for Michael Doug- las. The show languished in "People came out ot the play UiMiig it." said Michael, "but they told their friends. 'It's okay if you like laugh- ing at crazy people.' Attitudes Inward mental illness were different then." The Dale Wassermau play- later had its vindication, espe- cially in San Francisco where it has been running for more than five years. Another com- pany is now doing the show at the HuntingUm .Hartford thea- ter in Hollywood. Kirk Douglas bought the movie rights and twice neared production, but the deals fell through. Television Listings Waterloo Cedar Rapids Cedor Rapids Ottumwa Rock Island Davenport LaCrosso Rochester Iowa City De> Muino Kissinger Heads Gallup's List of Most-Admired P1UNCKTON. (AIM Secretary of State Kissinger heads the GalUm 1'oll's list of men most admired by Ameri- cans for the second straight year. Second in the poll this year was the Hev. Billy Graham, followed by President Ford. It was the fifth consecutive year that the Hev. Mr. Graham was runnerup. and Kurd took the post held last year by his predecessor, former President Nixon. It was the fifth time in the poll's 28-year history that an incumbent President failed to place first. Other men selected by adults in the Dec. li-9 poll were, in order of preference following Kissinger, the Hev. Mr. Graham and Ford: Sen. Kennedy Alabama Gov. Wallace; Vice-president Rockefeller; Nixon; Sen. Gold- water California Gov. Heagan. and Sen. .lack- son Rockefeller and Keagau were newcomers in this year's survey. Dropped from the top 10 were consumer advocate Ralph Nader and Pope Paul VI. McCord Files Million Suit Against Lawyers WASHINGTON (AP) Convicted Watergate burglar .lames McCord has filed a 810- milliun damage suit against his original defense attorneys, including trial lawyer K. Lee Bailey. McCord's .suit charged them with "legal malpractice" in the handling of his defense at Ihr original trial stemming from the June, breakin and bugging at Democratic national headquarters. When the trial closed in January. 11173, MeCord was convicted of burglary, conspir- acy, illegal wiretapping and possession of wiretapping de- vices.' He was sentenced to a minimum of one year in pris- un and has been free on bund pending appeal. McCord claimed he was not represented because his lawyers "were in collusion with the prosecution and fed- eral officials." Spirit of British: It Never Flags or Foils Monday Night 7-News, Weather 9-Eyewitness News 2-Action News 3-News, Weather 4-Action News 6-News, Weather 8-News, Weather 10-News, Weather 13-Eyewitness News 7-Sanford and Son 9-Lel's Make Deal 2-To Tell Truth 3-Ut's Make Deal 4-Price Is Right 6-Hollywood Sqs. 8- Consequences 10-Name That Tune 12-Audubon Wildlife 13-Sanford and Son 7-Born tree 9-Rookies 2-Gunsmoke 3-Rookies 4-Gunsmoke 6-Bom Free 8-Gunsmoke 10-Born Free 12-Special of Week 13-Bom Free 7-NBC Movie 9-Gator Bowl 2-Maude 3-Gator Bowl 4-Maude 6-NBC Movie 8-Maude 10-NBC Movie 13-NBC Movie 2-Rhoda 4-Rhode 8-Rhoda 12-Session 2-Medical Center 4-Medical Center 8-Medical Center 7-News, Weather 2-Action News 4-Action News 6-News, Weather 8-News, Weuther 10-News, Weather 12-Day al Night 1 3-Eyewitness News 7-Tonight 2-CBS Movie- "Heod" 6-Tomght 8-CBS Movie- "Meod" 10-Tonight 12-Dovid Susskind 13-Tonight 4-Mod Squod 9-Eyewitness News 3-News, Weather 9- America "Big Parade" 4-Big Valley 1 7 Tomorrow 2.1ml Wxa fr Tomorrow I 0- Tomorrow 1- Tomorrow Tuesday Morning 2 Sunrise 4-New loo I Not Women Waterloo 7-Today 2-CBS News 4-CBS News 6-Today 8-CBS News 10-Todav 13-Today 9-Romper Room 3-Musk 8.00 9-Ncw Zoo Revue 2-Capt. 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By Bob Consldlno YOKK The British have a marvelous ability to turn the meanest setbacks into a reartirmation of their eter- nal faith that they eventually will prevail Cort brain an Englishman. as everyone knows. llarrods, London's magnifi- cent all-purpose deparltnent store, is as commercially be- loved by the British as the ra- Ihedral at Coventry was re- vered. The cathedral was by bombs dnrini; the Battle of Britain, llarrods was blast- ed just before Christmas by the nut wins nf the Irish He- publican Army, a splinter movement which believes such cowardly attacks on peaceful citizens are the best way of foroiiiK the Crown In puil out of Ulster. Neither attack worked. A new cathedral reaches up from the debris of the old one, and llarrods reopened its doors in a jiffy or two and con- tinued to offer just about every- thing a person could want including, it is said, "his" and "her" elephants. "Dear Old England" "The store is as busy as ev- one of its executives said contentedly as his eye roamed over the crowded floor. Then, with wonderful predictability, he added a line that might have come from Churchill or King Arthur. "Dear nld Kng- land, bless her." One doesn't hear a. New- Yorker or a Detroiter say. as the hiimicidc figures jmdgc to- ward Ihe thousand mark, "That's America for you: l.urd love If memory serves, nobody in Saigon used to break into that country's national anthem during Ihe days when the Viet Cong were rolling grenades down the aisles al a children's movie. At the risk of starting my dear old grandfather from County Clare u-spinuing in his grave, it must be said that the British are right about them- selves: they are indeed some- thing special within the hu- man species. Churchill perhaps best summed up their eternal opti- mism in his speech ill com- mons in .Hmc, as several hundred thousand British troops were being kicked off the beaches of Dunkirk. They Did "We shall not flag or fail." he said, as Ihe sound of flag- ging and failing grew louder. "We shall fight in Franco." lie went on. above the roar of the British fleeing frojy France. "We shall fight on the seas and oceans (with those rusty over-aged U. S. destroy- and we shall fight with growing confidence and grow- ing strength in the air. (They "We shall defend our is- land, whatever the cost may be. we shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight in the fields (with and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills; we shall never sur- render." His words still raise goose- bumps on the hide of a reader. So does his "Let us therefore brace ourselves to our duties, and so bear ourselves that, if the British Empire and its commonwealth last for a thou- sand years, men will still say: 'This was their finest hour.' Sense of Humor Obviously, it was not their finest hour. It was their para- lyzing hour. They stood alone that day in .lime, 1940 a long year and a-half before they won the full muscle of the U. S. more by an accident of judgment iu the Pacific than any design in Ihe Allan- tic. The Brilish brought a wry sense of humor to the crudest war in their history. A helmcted warden, poking through the ruins of a nomhod-oul house, came on an old woman covered with the ruins of plaster, dishes and whatnot. 'Are you all right, Mum." lie asked. "Certainly." she said, "as you can see." "Where's the old man'.'" "The bloody coward is serv- ing at the she said, dusting herself. Fleet Street Butz Says Food Prices Will Continue To Rise WASHINGTON (AP) Ag- riculture Secretary Hutu says food prices will continue to rise for at least six more months, al an annual rale of 15 percent. lie also says pork, poultry and egg prices will cost more, but that beef "is selling for less than a year ago and will continue to do so." This forecast by is con- tained in an interview pub- lished Sunday in News and World Hcporl. In it. says the department has "hope that food prices may tend to level off if we gel good growing weather and gel inflation under control." He said food prices for the firsl six months of will continue to rise at about the same pace as in 1974 an an- nual rate of II) percent thai he said was caused mainly by higher processing and distrib- uting costs for fowl. Butz said that only one-fifth of the food price increase resulted from higher prices paid to farmers. He said the U.S. will more likely be able to have stable grocery prices "if President Ford is successful in curbing this double-digit inflation." Call far Meeting On Cordova Shutdowns CAMANC1IE Two eastern Iowa state legislators have railed an informational meeting here .Ian. 7 on the re- cent scries of shutdowns at the Cordova, 111 nuclear power generating station. Sen. Hogor Shaft (H-Ca- manehe) and Hep. Briee Oak- ley (H-Clinton) said they want the meeting localise of grow- ing concern over repeated shutdowns, reports of defec- tive equipment and Inade- quate citizen warning systems at the nuclear plant. The whole purpose, said Shaft, is merely to "explain the dangers, if any" in the plant operation and contingen- cy plans for dealing with an emergency. TONITE! Roll TUES. DEC. 31 New Year's Eve Enoch Smoky Dance Mor SWISHER RANCH Then the Luftwaffe made the mistake of bombing Fleet street, as if to make it slop quot'ing Churchill's blasts. wicked man Hitler, the repository and embodiment of many forms of soul-destroying hatred, this monstrous prud- of former wrongs and The bombs blew in the win- dows and walls of some of the world's best newspapers. But Ihe spirit of llarrorts. stood firm. Tile following day. one of those papers carried a front-page headline. It read: BOMB IN.IUKKI) IN KALI, ON FLF.KT STKKKT. Private Party Room 10-125 people Highway 218 Midway Be- tween Cedar Rapids S Iowa City 857-2641 Knife, Fists Used as Brother, Sister Fight Sibling squabbles normally aren't news, but a brother and sister at Fairfax apparently lost all sight of the season in a fight early Monday. The arguineul bciwcen lite IS-year-old boy and 17-year-old girl started over who was going to turn out a light. Their parents were not at home. The boy began by beating his sister in the face with his fists. She went to the kitchen, obtained a knife and tossed it ill her brother. The knife struck him in the left foot, causing a one-inch wound. She followed that up by ob- taining a .22 caliber rovolvur and threatened to shoot her brother. Instead, she locked herself in a room. The gun later was turned over to Linn deputies, but the family requested no action be taken against either person. The hoy was treated at a hos- pital for the knife wound. 47 Valuable Paintings Are Stolen in Paris PARIS (UP1) Forty-sev- en paintings by masters such as Picasso and Gauguin have been stolen from the apart- ment of American architect and landscape artist Jacques Cartier, police said Monday. The stolen pictures also in- eluded a Corel, a Dufy, a Re- don, a drawing by Toulouse Uiutrec and several works by Daumier and Dunoyer de So- authorities said. A police spokesman said the canvases had great value, but no figures were htmicdiatcly available. Bank Bids Million For Parsons MOINKS (AD- nental Illinois NaUonal Dank bid million Monday for ho ml ''slate tangible personal property of bankrupt Parsons college in Kairfield. Juditc Richard Slwcnmn was not present in federal bankruptcy court for the bid opcnins, bul attorneys for the bank, which acts as an agent for the Parsons trustee m bankruple.y appointed by Stagcman, said they expec cd the judge's decision on the bid within two weeks. Richard Bauerle, counsel for the trustee, Father David C Bain of Iowa City, said the property on which 'he bank was the sole bidder is the campus, buildings, office equipment and other furnish- ings. Kelly said the bid by Conti- nental'Illinois is the same as the Maharishi International university of California has of- fered for the property. Terms of the Maharishi of- fer are million down and payment of million over several years. Maharishi, which teaches transcendental meditation, al- ready is operating on the Par- sons campus. Kelly said sale of the prop- erly ti) the bank was neces- sary In give Maharishi a clear title. Truck Hits Utility Pole; Driver Injured F. Lynch. M. .if jlKj Briarwood street suffered a sprained finger Monday when the truck he was driving struck a utility pole. Lynch was treated :it Mercy hospital and released. Police said Lynch was in- jured shortly after 5 a.m. Monday in the block of Bowling street No cause of accident was given in the police report and no charges were filed. Senior Citizen Buses Cedar Rapids System Telephone 3KW244 Area Ton (SEATS) In Cedar Rapids 398-5605 Elsewhere 800-332-5936 New Year's Eva RAY and The TENNESSEEANS Hartson's Tavern 60-16th Avo. S.W, New Year's Eve Party? Hotel Horns! I "LOOSE CHANGE" playing TOP 40 ROCK Our now game room is novv DOWNTOWNER LOUNGE L IN THE MAONUSHOTtl, New Year's Eve Celebration at HASSAN'S Tues., Dec. 31, 1974 Live Music By "Fieken's Faculty" FREE ,_ HAPPY IEW YEAR ZODIAC NO-SAUCE" INN ...ALL MIXED DRINKS NON-ALCOHOLIC NO AOC LIMIT 5185 8H> Ave., Marion TURN RT. AT 50th ST. NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTY 7 p.m.-CLOSING FREE MUSIC FREE SNACKS AT WE NOW HAVE DRAUGHT BEfRI TROPHY LOUNGE 519 H Street S.W. Come dnd Join Us New Year's Eve.' 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