Tampa Bay Times from St. Petersburg, Florida on October 17, 1976 · 138
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Tampa Bay Times from St. Petersburg, Florida · 138

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2g ST. PETERSBURG TIMES SUNDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1976 cameos CAMEOS putt tho Hnwllght an Hfitrw In lis and (ntwulnniMM warM H Uwy moko iwwt by whM trwy da and don't do. Campilad y kinds I Men. Copa wants 'Ole Blue Eyes' at any price Frank Sinatra has been approached with a "name your price" bid for any date of his choice to headline at the Copacabana, which reopened Oct. 15 as a disco-club. And, as icing on the cake, Sinatra has an offer of 100 per cent of the cover charges at $100 per head. A success at 28 "Having three shows on Broadway it frightens me," said Stephen Schwartz, age 28. "I'm afraid people resent it. As successful as I am, this frightens me. The three shows they create a climate. I find myself wanting to say to people, 'It's not my fault. I can't help it.' " Schwartz's current shows are "Godspell," "Pippin," and "The Magic Show" and when "The Baker's Wife" comes in, he will have a fourth. Schwartz says he is now a settled and secure man, rising before 7 every morning at his house in Connecticut, working until 1 in the afternoon, going to meetings after that, and occasionally suffering the anguish of writer's block. When that happens, he says, he tells his wife that he is getting out of music and going into, say, selling farm machinery. Schwartz has a reputation of being a difficult man to get along with. "After 'Godspell' I was on an ego trip and difficult to work with. Lennie (Leonard Bernstein) is a nice man, and he put up with it. But I've matured somewaht, and I'm better now. When I first started, I worried about every aspect of a show. This time I tried not to." (This time refers to "The Baker's Wife.") Peck remembers Gregory Peck was reminiscing about an incident that happened at the 20th Century-Fox studio 28 years ago: "I was in the barbershop getting a shine when a raggamuffin of a kid came rushing in, put a coin in the soft-drink machine, grabbed a bottle and rushed out. 'Who's that?,' I asked the shoeshine man, Henry. "Some day you'll be working for that boy," Henry answered. 'That's Mr. Zanuck's boy." Gregory Peck is currently starring in 'MacArthur," coproduced by Richard D. Zanuck. Volunteer worker Once Mr. Tyrone Power, Annabella, now in her 60s, lives a quiet life in France, spending much of her time as a private, unpaid social worker. She visits prisons, giving the inmates pep talks and gifts. - J V V- Jr. J i v . . k X rath calendar Bayfront Center, St. Petersburg (893-7211) The Isley Brothers Oct 29 Eric Clapton Nov. 5 Linda Ronstadt Nov. 27 Curtis Hixon Hall, Tampa (223-8311) Earth, Wind and Fire Jan. 14 Lakeland Civic Center (686-4111) Chicago Oct. 24 Jackson Browne and Orleans Oct. 30 Barry Manilow Nov. 10 Leon and Mary Russell Nov. 12 Frank Sinatra has been offered a 'name your price' bid to appear at the Copacabana. Guitar watcher When the Rolling Stones tour, Keith Richard's 18 guitars are watched over by a special bodyguard, at a cost of 4,000 pounds (approximately $6,800). Russians want Roy The Russians want Roy Clark to return there for another concert tour. Seems the country singer's last one there a year ago was such a success, the Russians can't wait to get him back. Victorian father Robert Shaw (star of Peter Benchley's "The Deep"), who's going to be a daddy for the 10th time, is a Victorian father. "There's no permissiveness in our house," he said. "My kids take turns in bringing me breakfast in bed (even the boys); fetch my slippers, never interrupt me; don't pout if I say 'no;' always remember their 'pleases' and 'thank yous.' All Americans comment how well brought up my children are." Another Disney honored For almost 50 years, Roy O. Disney was content to remain in the shadow of b;s famous brother Walt. Now Rov's contributions to the Disney company have been formally recognized. A new marketing building at the Burbank studios has been named after the elder Disney. His widow unveiled a plaque which read that the building is a "tribute to the life and works of Roy O. Disney, president, chairman of the board, chief executive officer. "With his brother Walt he founded Walt Disney Productions in 1923 ... and for a half -century thereafter, his creative financial leadership helped make Walt's dream come true. GENERAL CINEMA THEATRES ALL CINEMAS EVERY DAY $1.501112:30 $1.75 FROM 2:30 TO 6:30 NOW NOW 1:1:00 4 00 00 tOO M TEMOTING SHOCK Et ( SUPERNATURAL IVIU GREGORY PICK LEE DEMICK ATIII 4:10 4:00 7:41 M0 n tWHHI THI ACTION It Where anything can happen... and usually does! biHbll hilts tabm. luiliui PG TkHHtoSltwi-lrbilhiMi NOW NOW EXCITING ADVENTURE! WAUMSXKYiwn.nM AT: &' Twhnioolor AT: 4:05 7:J0 M Disney's AT: 1:00 4:00 4:00 1:00 l:M 'NOTSINCTCATsAUOU' SUCH A HILARIOUSLY (AWDY MOVIE!" AND HEAP FUNNY T0OI Lee .Oliver MARVIN REED Robert .Elizabeth C(1LP ASHLEY iPOi 1 1 ci r? n i Smoked Baby Back Ribs 5J'a STEAKS SEAFOOD Unlimited 19-dish salad bar (including homemade soup and bread) with every dinner! AUTHIWTNI TOUCAN 71 DRINK WITH D1NNEB MONDAY, .rfO ItnutiniT LADIES' KICHI every WedntKU j ALL DRIXKS W fWWViTt DAfTBCU.- m A ft (.Mitraja The GRIFFITH Brothers Now appearing In Spoto's Show Lounge No entertainment charge! No cover! DANCING BETWEEN FLOOR SHOWS 12999 78th Ave. N., Seminole 2 Miles West of Seminole Mall 392-5805 COMING SUNDAY, NOV. 28th The 1975 Tony Award Musical JOHN RAITT 3 'ABSOLUTELY MAGNIFICENT!" -Boston GoC4 l3Z-T0Vt, CHERISH- ENJOY.'-Newsdayl 5Bayront WMATIONIJ-JIM Wl lVI "CAR WASHH.....where, between the hours of 9 and 5 anything can happen... and usually does! CAI WASI"Guest Stars Frasklys Ajaye CeoreCarlIi Professor Inii tore) m m - Iilmit Fargas Lorraiie Carg Jack ulu Clirtou Must lit fainter Sisters wmhw WritteaiyJOtlSCHUMACKER - Uusic ky NQRMAN WIIFIIID - Diieclti i, UM hkil i till Q ni Ei SIMSflSJN ART Wl PRODUCTION II UNIVERSAL PICTURE KM! fctElg NOW 3 AREA THEATRES OENEflAL eMATHf4TOfS AMERICAN MUITI CINEMA AMERICAN MUITI CINEMA Eating out costs less during f&flftSf SUNDAY SPECIAL rt ROAST TURKEY DINNER $2.37 MONDAY SPECIAL MEAT LOAF & 0 SPAGHETTI DINNER $2.Z These complete one price meals include. Combination or Tossed Green Salad with choice ol Dressing Choice of Egg Custard or Apple Pie Choice of Vegetable or Potato Choice of Bread with Butter Coffee or Iced Tea Come to Morriton't. Taste (or yourself! MORRISON'S 9 th cafeteria roeUurant ST. PETERSBURG WIMittSftMlN. 4W0ftvHpil.uU.w4" MSOftfcSt N. CUARWATER 111 S I OmM iii CuMiyuit Mol IARGO-TRI CTTV flAZA IAKBAN0 WINTER HAVEN WINTER HAVEN IIMlMMMrisllM. WinMrhWiMsl CypnaOoninaM.oi UMondMal WtrMaHPIaia ORTIICHEV ton M4o AUJ.lt (Swrli S.I. SI) lay Point Shtpcwf Contst AIm h Tampa A Thraughcwt Hondo The Bountiful Buffet on the Beach! 1 Sumptuous Sunday Buffet Dinners 1 to 9:30 in the elegant Cypress Room. Assortment of Relish and Salads Steamship Round of Beef Fried Chicken Hungarian Beef Goulash Pork Oriental Salisbury Steak Deep-Fried Snapper Fingers Duchess Potatoes Buttered Noodles Vegetable Du Jour Fresh Assortment of Desserts Only $4.95 Music and dancing from 5 p.m., now featuring Lee Hensley. Jumbo Oriental Fantail Shrimp. A tangy dynasty ol deep-fried flavor. COR MORE REFORMATION I Tile Si nee upon a time th- master said to his k "Let's not just try to tell oeonU .Per ,fiem Piiclier Delicious Dover Sole Almondine. temptingly deep-fried wrlh o nutty flavor. Broiled Boston Scrod in Butter Sauce Specialry seasoned, a favorite. Octo-beer-fest. let's shou; And show he did. Out cam. after Ditcher of FRFF Are-J1 people came to dine. He DrouJ half dozen OYSTERS on shell with the dinner (more f nickel each). FREE CHABn8 helped wash them down T the FREE SALAD you wish (ton! d" salad bars." the BrewmastenoM?' dinner guests, "and when 2 eaten that, come back for more TWOLOCATKjriS S $4fF9l4 fAffffll PvtSM Ah. i. Conn M O i It.N. Maybe you d even enjoy FREE S0D with your dinner. But save some appetite for your half pound ftp SIRLOIN STEAK; broi it just to your wishes. And that w ill be joined by a big fluffy piping hot BAKED IDAHO POTATO, complete with chives, sour cream and butter." There's a very happy ending, too. Even today the Brewmaster is still celebrating Octo-beer-fest Sun. thru Thurs. at the storybook price of $5.75. (Our menu has other tales of delight also!) 11 : 4 I 4 mi l j Mondoy ttvough JJ, i Thursday ofier 4 prnond f Sheraton-Sand Key Hotel SHCRATON HOTELS t MOTOR INNS WORlDWlOE 1160 GUU BOUlEVARO CLEARWATER BEACH FLORIDA 33SIS . 13Sb 11 1 (Sso(Gdh(S)W Your choice Chesapeake Bay Clam Strips. lenaer. sweet crams in a crispy crust. $2.95 Breaded Cape Cod Scallops. Sweet, tasty and tender. Kids under 12 $1.75 Ahoy, you seatore fanciers Theres no fancier seafood to be had than these five fish dinners we serve aboard The Mark. Any and ol include our SoupO" The Day Appetizer, your mi of salad at our wondrous Wonder Bar. your choice of potato, and galley-baked bread Or our Family Fivee Roast Beet and Noodles Honey-Dipped Fried Chicken YOUr Baked Filet otWhrtelish Choice Char-Broited Chopped Sirtom Steak q-Italian Baked Meat lasogna vZ. VD Vour favorite of this fine family fare rs yours for the same tow price Fishermons five or the Fom.ly Five, you cant eat better for less SO0 1 IM Kvr. M Dm St., OnreiHT M TW my '-'' .. . , Tm in mi in .11,

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