Asbury Park Press from Asbury Park, New Jersey on March 12, 1982 · Page 33
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Academy Awards You pick the winners (Check one box per category) ; Academy Award winners are rhosen by actors, directors, screen writers, producers, etc. But the i movie-going public doesn't always agree with the selections. h jruui UIIUUII IVIUIWIl. i tseiow are ine nominations for hwt nitn ... k ' " uc, suuuui iiiik acior ana actress nnn host i mftnr cnecK me dox next to the nominee's name you think was the best of the year. Mail entries to Oscar Winners, Asbury Park Press, Press Plaza, Asbury Park, N.J. 07712. The Press will compile the results and publish readers' choices on the day of the awards, March 29. The awards will be telecast at 10 p.m. on ABC-TV. Best Picture "Reds" n "On Golden Pnnrl" Kjp "Atlantic City" "Chariots of Fire" TO "Raiders of the Lost Ark" la 2 a In ! ! n Best Actress Katharine Hepburn "On Golden Pond" Diane Keaton "Reds" Marsha Mason "Only When I Laugh" Susan Sarandon "Atlantic City" Meryl Streep "French Lieutenant's Woman' Best Actor Paul Newman "Absence of Malice" Warren Beatty "Reds" Henry Fonda "On Golden Pond" burt Lancaster Atlantic City Dudley Moore "Arthur" Best Supporting Actress Jane Fonda "On Golden Pond" Melinda Dillon "Absence of Malice" Joan Hackett "Only When I Laugh" Elizabeth McGovern "Ragtime" Maureen Stapleton "Reds" Best Supporting Actor John Gielgud "Arthur" James Coco "Only When I Laugh" Ian Holm "Chariots of Fire" Jack Nicholson "Reds" Howard E. Rollins Jr. "Ragtime" i Best Director in Warren Beattv "Reds" D Louis Made "Atlantic City" J Hugh Hudson "Chariots of Fire" ? Mark Rydell "On Golden Pond" Steven Spielberg "Raiders of the Lost Ark" Name j Telephone i Address .... tTown Vidal a verbal caricature Asbury Park PressFri. March 12, 1982 B15 Voice of Broadway Jack O'Brian As best-seller biographical trash-readers have known for recent years, the dirtiest biographies no longer are disdained but devoured by the constantly unrequited gossip-famished. Liz Taylor's loves transient and relatively permanent proliferate in book and headline and intimate detail; Shelley Winters snitched on lovers galore. Jack O'Brian's syndicated column appears Monday through Friday. "Focus on Entertainment" The latest from TV and Movieland, with Don Howard. Weekdays during NEWSMORNING Radio. 5:30-9:00 a.m. NEW YORK In this showbiz world of hype and desperate exaggeration, the recent playwriting gambit of "telling a lie to dramatize a larger truth" with an end-justifies-the-means sophistry practiced also by sick-comics who brutalize political fact and often sincere public careers, comes How some totally public verbal caricature in TV interview shows; such as Gore Vidal on all sorts of TV chattercasts from the Cavett to Merv to Charlie Rose shows. Gore has polished, or would that be "roughened," his set routine as he jogs, with intent to run for senator from California, to be filed under the label Fat Chance. Betimes, Gore knocks with computerized redundancy the duly elected resident of 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. thus: "Western Europeans hate Americans more than the Russians," a statement we find expediently outrageous as Gore bolsters his expediently radical view (he smites conservatives, liberals, the Vatican, all political creeds). Gore plainly finds his old in-law family feud with the Kennedy Dynasty ftho if anyone brings it up on TV, Gore hauls out his same old nasty routine) and has topicalized, varied and scattered his prefabricated atom bomb-at-clay pigeons' attack: "When Nancy Reagan heard about the cheese lines, she said, 'Let 'em eat Quiche.' " He continues his euphemistic attacks on the media with his latest popgunning, a la, "The New York Times ... I always lie to them and they always lie to me." The quite wealthy Gore red herrings his own fortune as he takes on the rich: "Corporations are no longer paying taxes it is now official." That will be news to the Fortune 500 who might love to enjoy such official erasure including the many owners of TV stations and networks which permit such Vidaling of their taxes; but then Gore seems to have just moved into the category of the viciously facetious caricaturing of fact that his act must be filed under comedy of the Absurd. Gore's dissection of discarded corporate taxation sets up this ultimate cynical critical triviality: "Reagan has done what he was sent to do: He's brought back 'Death Valley Days.' " His studio audiences now that he's heart-set on taking his act to that other ultimate stage of political hyperbole, the U.S. Senate, receive these essentially harmless mea-taxings with considerably less than respect and serious admiration, but with guffaws. His act now elicits no intellectual nods and applause even as do Bob Hope and Johnny Carson. Carson's opening TV monologues similarly contain such broad distortions to energize a bigger guffaw each time but at least Carson telegraphs the intent of such gag-written garbled truths by knowing leer and immediate negative head shaking meaning he doesn't quite mean it; but of course he just might. Of course they're the work of his hired sense of humor anyway. Vidal also does hit the target when he notes unemployment is the biggest current problem, which does make Gore the last to discover that "comic" topic; but he adds, "In Washington there are 5,000 people sleeping in the streets." Is that funny? Show to feature !.J. rock bands 1 RED BANK - Alternative Entertainment will present the second in series o monthly showcases featuring four original New irsey rock V roll bands at p.m. Monday at Big Man's West, Monmouth Street. Doors will open at 8:30 p.m. Groups performing will be The Imports, Stevie Betts and Dennis Bourke with Raritan, The Diamonds and Hot Romance. The Imports, an Ocean County band, have performed at the Chatterbox and Baby 'O in Seaside Heights. The group is composed of Joe Sinopoli, Nick Sinopoli, Damian Cordisco and Ralph Marks. Raritan has performed in the New Brunswick area and at several New Jersey colleges, including Rutgers, Trenton State and Seton Hall University. The group features songwriter Jim Nuzzo, in addition to Betts and Bourke. The Diamonds include several musicians who play in other popular Shore area bands. The group's members are Joel Kraus, also of Holme; Harry Filkin and Peter Schulle, members of Cats on a Smooth Surface; Joe Nevelo, formerly of the Jesse Bolt Band; and John Rodgers. Hot Romance performs regularly at Big Man's West and the Fast Lane, Asbury Park. Group members are Jphn Luraschi, Don Erdman, Bill Hector and Steve Schraeger. The band's music has been featured on "Prisoners of Rock V Roll" an original talent segment broadcast by New York radio station WNEW-FM. "This showcase is not a cornpetition," said organizer Jack Hurley, Spring Lake. "I'm organizing it in the hope of generating renewed interest in local, creative talent." The show will be videotaped for presentation on Monmouth Cablevision's Channel 34 program "Turn It Up." Tickets for the show are $2 in advance, $3 at the door. Advance tickets are available from participating band members. CIO Monday and Tued SEAFOOD SPECIALS DAILY Open 4:30 Wed.-Sun. Unii Landjng restaurant 622' Green Ave. Brtelle, N.J. 5284665 posV ?. K 7 riMM Alls ft HIM l HWI 2nd & Main St. Asbury Park (OH Street Parking) OPERA EVERY WED. We're renovating the exterior, but we are definitely open for business as usual. (201) 774-5819 OPEN 7 DAYS FREDDIE'S PIZZERIA RESTAURANT 222.0931 774-5051 563 BROADWAY, LONG BRANCH, N.J. 1405 ASBURY AVE., ASBURY PARK, N.J. Chef Joseph presents LENT SPECIALS CALAMARI Fried of Fra DiaVolo OYSTERS fried LOBSTERS Fabulous SUNDAY BUFFET from 1 P.M. ISO WED. NITE ST. PATRICK'S DAY CORNED BEEF CABBAGE See Our Ad Tues. For Weekly Specials Chef Joseph It a Culinary Institute Graduate & A Member of In! I Chef Assoc 1ADA V 151 Brighton Ave., Weal End, Long Branch o i I. A r Closed Mondays TASTEFUL ABUNDANCE. V Read "Dear Abby.' In The Press. ... 1 1 a t NJLaVS"V 1 .f s" ShJk FIT ' WEEKDAYS AT NOON. FRIDAY EVENINGS FROM SIX. SUNDAYS FROM THREE What's basic about Shadowbrook's Bountiful Board English Hunt buffet couldn t be ordered a la carte at many other restaurants. Witn appetizers like stone Crab Claws and Caviar to desserts like Chocolate ' Mousse and Strawberries Romanoff. Just to name a few. So come to Shadowbrook for a buffet that lives up to your expectations in tasteful abundance. $mtotobrook From the Zwefaen Family. Route 35Shrewsbury, New ersey201-747-0200 St. Patrick's Day at the Old Mill on Wednesday, March 17th. Hear the live bagpipers! Sing along and dancing to Otto's Irish Rovers. Corned Beef and Cabbage is served all day long at $4.95 for lunch and $6.95 for dinner. The celebration starts at 5 p.m. iff alp MBBSL Hestaurant Cafe QallieringTlace Old Mill Rd., Spring Lake Heights 449- Ml 17 IW M r T. ff a, it i II T M TT TT T T !T IT" mmiHmMemit . aa a " t ""' ill i -VTiVw i 6 Celttol W ONE ENGLISH LANE, WANAMASSA I I ly OFF RT 35 JUST NORTH OF ASBUWr ClFtClE 1 5370 S m i 1 I IIIIUW I i nv TASTY TREAT, TASTY PRICE: ROCK SHRIMP DINNER, $795 YOG'LL LOVE 'EM! Tender, tasty rock shrimp, broiled in a butter sauce. Or rock shrimp scampi sauteed in a savory sauce of butter, garlic, parsley and spices. They're the March special at Jack Baker's Lobster Shantys in Point Pleasant Beach, Toms River and Hightstown. And at the Wharfside in Point Pleasant Beach, too. And your rock shrimp dinner, including soup, salad, potato, dessert and beverage, costs only 79S. Rock shrimp dinner. A meal to make March memorable. Channel Drive Point Pleasant Beach, N.J. 899-6700 Robbins Parkway, Toms River, N.J. 240-4800 Rle. 33, Hightstown, N.J. (609) 443-6600 Channel Drive, Point Pleasant Beach, N.J. 892-9100 JACK BAKER'S i.f fi Million Dollar fgNSt jf- Atmospnere yj4T vJ On the Ocean f2$" YIILo Columns by the fe RESTAURANT ST. PATRICK'S DAY DINNER SPECIAL SERVED MAR. 12 TO MAR. 13 CORNED $95 over steamed cab bage. Irish potato soup, garden salad, Home made biscuits and dessert WEEKEND BREAKFAST SPECIAL Served 10 A.M. to 1 P.M. 3 Scrambled Eggs, Rolls Bacon & Sausage Home Fries & Coffee $275 OPEN TUES. THRU FRI. 4 to 10 SAT. & SUN. 10 to 10 Catering For All Occasions 601 Ocean Ave., Avon 774-5800 m i Lobster Shanfj "BAKER'S WHARFSIDE N HCSTAl HAST J AMERICAN EXPRESS & ALL MAJOR CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED FREE VALET PARKING FOR 3 HOURS. ONLY AT THE TROPICANA. With our valet parking, you save money as well as time. We offer you free parking for the first three hours from 2 p.m. Sunday to 5 p.m. Friday. After that, you pay only $1 per hour up to a maximum of $8 per day. Our weekend rate is also $1 per hour up to a maximum of $8 per day. For more information, call (800) 228-2828. Or in New Jersey, (609) 340-4200. And don't forget to ask about our Monte Carlo Room Package Plans. They're worth checking out. And into. ill Rolling Back Prices ThnrQ thru Run I IIWI Wi till w w All $g95 Dinners All Dinners, Except Filet Mignon Featuring avary Wadi Prime Rib Special $95 Luncheons now served daily mm STf & 121 Fair Haven Rd. Fair Haven, N.J. 741-1621 Hours 11:30 A M. -2:00 P M Iowa Ave & the Boardwalk Atlantic Cily New Jersey 08401 rrk w T Corn Beef 'n Cabbage Green noodles and Green Sauce GARRUZZO'S Italian American Restaurant A Cocktail Lounge nn,,,. 528.5464 Major Credit ( ard$ Accepted , am 1

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