Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 14, 1973 · Page 18
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18 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Sat., April 14, l»73 Waterston in 'Great Gatsby' The major role of Nick in Paramount Pictures' "The Great Gatsby" has been assigned to Sam Waterston. Primarily known for his stage work, Waterston is currently preparing to co-star opposite Katharine Hepburn in a 90- minute television version of Tennessee Williams' "The Glass Menagerie," prior to essaying his first major motion picture assignment in "The Great Gatsby." Waterston will co-star with Robert Bedford, Mia Farrow, Karen Black, Lois Chiles, Bruce Dern and Scott Wilson in "The Great Gatsby," with Jack Clayton directing from a screenplay by 'Francis Ford Coppola. The film, an adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic American novel, is a David Merrick Production which will go before the cameras in Newport, R.I., New York City and other locations this summer. SAIGON (AP) -- Cambodia's exiled Prince Norodom Siha- nouk was inspired to write a song about the Ho Chi Minh trail after making a trip down the Communist supply route. Broadcast this week over Hanoi radio, it goes: "What a beautiful road you are, Ho Chi Minh trail. What could bring more happiness than holding hands in brotherly love down the Ho Chi Minh trail." Batan fell to the Japanese in World War II on April 9, 1942. A Delicious Lunch and A Fashion Show EVERY MONDAY 12 NOON-1:30 Keep up with the latest styles from J.V. Smith's as you enjoy a tasty lunch. Spend an evening in our very unique Boiler Room with THE MILESTONES Appearing Tuesday thru Saturday, 9-1:30 jjeager COCKTAIL LOUNGE AND RESTAURANT «22 9th St. 353-5479 Faculty Woodwind Qu/nfef The Faculty Woodwind Quintet of the University of Northern Colorado School of Music will be heard in a free and public recital at 8:15 p.m. Monday in Michener Library LUO. Walter Smith, flute; Kenneth Evans, oboe; William Jamieson, clarinet; Jack Herrick, horn; and Loren Bartlett, bassoon, will open their program with Peter Muller's "Wind Quintet No. 1 in E flat." "Quintet, op. 43" by Carl Nielsen, in three movements, will follow, with "Woodwind Quintet," written in 1965 by Bernard Heiden, closing the program. HOLLYWOOD HOTLINE Actor's invention may save lives By NANCY ANDERSON Copley Newi Service HOLLYWOOD -- Some day you may owe your life to actor-ventriloquist Paul Wln- chell, who has invented and COMBINATION BURRITO Soft flour tortilla, filled with quality ground beef, prime selected pinto beans and shredded cheese. Flavored with red or green chili sauce and onions! Delicious! This coupon good for ONE FREE COMBINATION BURRITO with purchase of one at participating restaurants Offer good April 14-22. Limit one per customer. -JB. 5 r*Y~'~ ^ll 2401 W. 10th St 2401 8th Ave. ·4 maim an. j. nmnmnrci. Cafeteria .: SERVING SUNDAY AND WEEKDAYS 11 A.M. UNTIL 2:00 P.M. ALL YOU CAN EAT! / Big Selection! NEW DAILY SERVICE! SUNDAY THRU WEEK SERVING 11:00-2:00 ALL YOU CAN EAT! ·Desserts and Beverages Extrai Favorite Foods! Children, 8 and under, 98c Possible thru Volume Prices! Expert Know How! Top Quality! MEATS SERVED WITH BIG VARIETY OF VEGETABLES SEVERAL SALADS OFFERED HOT ROLLS AND BUTTER Purposefully 0 Prepared To Be Delicious! patented an artificial heart which has already functioned in calves with encouraging success. At the request of Dr. W.J. Kolff, head of the Division of Artificial Organs at the University of Utah, Winchell has assigned his patent to the university and is collaborating with Kolff in further research. "We've kept an animal alive for 14 days using an artificial heart," Winchell said the other day during lunch at the Beverly Hills Brown Derby, "and, while most people say, 'Fourteen days? What good does that do?', to keep a calf alive for even one day without its heart is an achievement. "We've used calves in our experiments, because they are approximately the size of man, their veins and arteries are similar to man's, and they are docile animals easier to work with than, say, a lion." The experimental animals have eventually died, Winchell said, not because the ar-, lificial heart malfunctioned but because of embolism. "The big problem," he continued, "is the fact that the power supply for the heart is outside the animal, so the animal can't walk around. As a result, he develops blood dots. "The reason surgeons get patients up so soon after surgery is to prevent blood clots. "If we could keep our experimental animals moving, they'd probably live much longer. Right now Dr. Keith Kenyon, Mayor Sam Yorty's personal physician, is working on the problem of the power supply." Winchell, who was performing at 14, wasn't a kid who wanted to be a doctor. However, about 15 years ago, he began the informal study of medicine through books ·borrowed from physician friends. Eventually, when these friends saw that he was seriously interested in their work, they allowed him to make rounds with them and even to attend post mortems. "I began to look at medicine like a Sherlock Holmes," Winchell said. "There were so many mysteries to be solved." After his mother died "because of excessive demands upon her heart," the actor- ventriloquist turned his attention to the human heart wondering whether it might not be replaced by an artificial organ. "I became convinced," he said, "that the heart has only one function, to pump blood, and that there's no reason why an artificial heart wouldn't work." His patent was the eventual result of this thinking. When Andy Williams' twin nephews, David and Andy Williams, who are MCA recording artists, landed at London's Heathrow Airport, they caused such a riot that police had to rush young Andy to the safety of a taxi while David was hustled back into · the security of the customs hall. Later in London the Queen Mother's car was brought to a halt by screaming fans tying to get at the kids. "The Queen Mother was quite amused," a police officer reported.. But she didn't ask for an autograph. Chris George, who's played a fighting man in everything from John Wayne movies to "Rat Patrol," will play a pacifist in "I Escaped From Devil's bland," to roll immediately in Acapulco. His costar will be Jim Brown. ... Though "The Bold Ones" has been canceled, David Hartman is still Dr. Paul Hunter to so many viewers that, in the past month, he's received more than 200 invitations to speak to medical meetings of various kinds. + + + Prior to Ann-Margret's third-time capture of the "Photoplay" Gold Medal Award as Favorite Female Star, only Jeanette MacDon-. aid had been so honored-- A collection of Leonard Nimoy's poems have been brought out by Celestial Arts under the title "You and I." Such an appropriate publisher for poems by the hero of "Star Trek!" Swiss Steak, made from U.S. D.A. Choice Round Roast Turkey with Old Fashioned Sage Dressing, Rich Giblet Gravy and Cranberry Sauce .................... 75c Creamed Peas and New Potatoes ........ 28c Scalloped Cabbage ........ . ............ 25c Romaine and Tomato Salad with your favorite dressing .................... 30c Purr's Fresh Fruit Salad ............... 30c Fresh Strawberry Shortcake with real Whipped Cream ..................... 4»c Chocolate Pie ................... , ..... 30c Serving Hours: Monday thru Friday, 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday and Sunday continuously serving 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. GETS PIN POST GKEENDALE, Wi«. (AP) Eddie Jackson of Cincinnati has been named coach of the United States men's bowling team for the sixth American rone championships of the Federation Internationale des Quil- leurs. The competition is set for Oct.'6-13 in Bogota, Colombia. Thirty-three men will vie for nine places on the American team July 28-28 in Milwaukee trials. . ; CONVICTED -- Actress Jean Arthur was convicted of ' trespassing and of cursing and abusing the officer who arrested her March 31 in a neighbor's yard in Winston-Salem, N.C. (AP Wirephoto) Actress Jean Arthur arrested, convicted WINSTON-SALEM.N.C.(AP) -- Former movie actress Jean Arthur was arrested for trespassing, handcuffed and taken to jail barefoot because of what she said were her attempts to console a barking, whimpering German Shepherd chained in a neighbor's yard. Miss Arthur, now artist in residence at the North Carolina School of the Arts, was convicted in state District Court Wednesday of trespassing and of cursing and abusing the policeman who arrested her on the neighbor's complaint. She was fined $75 and put on probation for three years. Her lawyer, Preston Hatfield, said the conviction would be appealed. He said Miss Arthur is a great animal lover who keeps three cats and two canaries in her apartment. She was charged with entering the neighbor's yard on March 31 after she had been warned to stay out. The properly is next to the apartment where she has been living while she teaches drama at the school, a state-supported institution for high school graduates who want to become professional actors, dancers and musicians. Miss Arthur testified, "I love the dog and he loves me." She said she was concerned about the dog "because he barked all day and most of the night, and he cried like a child. It kind of broke my heart." She said she went into the yard occasionally to pet the animal and bring it food. The neighbor, Ronald Ray Douglas, testified that he had warned her to stay off his property after she had threatened to call the Humane Society. , Miss Arthur testified that po- liceman H. N. Thomas refused to let her put on her shoes or to check on a meal she had cooking on the stove. She said she was taken away in handcuffs, and spent 40 minutes in jail until her lawyer contacted a bondsman. She was released in $100 bond. Hatfield called the use of handcuffs on the 65-year-old Miss Arthur "shocking." Thomas said he handcuffed her for the ride to the county jail because his patrol car did not have a partition between the driver's seat and the rear seat. People in the news DUBLIN, Ireland (AP) Former House Speaker John W. McCormack has received an honorary doctor of laws degree at the National University of Ireland here. The 81-year-old Massachusetts Democrat retired from Congress in 1970. McCormack received the degree Thursday. NEW YORK (AP) - Chief of Patrol Donald F. Cawley has been named New York City's police commissioner to succeed Patrick V. Murphy. The 43- year-old career policeman pledged to continue Murphy's policies. Cawley will receive $41,000 a year. Murphy is resigning, effective May 7, to head the National Police Foundation in Washington, D.C., at a $50,000 annual salary. Mayor John V. Lindsay announced Cawley's appointment Thursday. How to know a good steak when you see one. By taking an extra minute or two you can find the best steak in the store. Here's how: Steer away from tough old bulls. Tender young steaks have a firm, bright red, fine-texlured lean portion. And they also have fewer bundles of tough white connective tissue. Pick up your marbling and go home. The most f l a v o r f u steaks...and the most tender...are well marbled with fat. But make sure the fat streaks which marble the meat are fine-textured and uniformly distributed. Jack Sprat could eat no fat. But... Even though you may not eat it, the fal on a steak tells you something, too. Ideally, it should be white and firm, without a greasy appearance. If it looks a little yellow, it's because the steer was fed green feeds instead of grains. Take it from an expert! Best way to spot a great steak is to look for a Mr. Steak sign! You'll find naturally- aged, USDA Choice beef that's the tastiest in town. You'll find the friendliest waitresses. And you'll find out why Mr. Steak is America's Steak Expert. · 725 25th Street 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. ^AMERICA'S STEAK EXPERT KYOU Radio Presents Saturday April 14 Show Time 7:30 Community Bldg. Country Music Spectacular Tickets $2.0042.50 (SOc more at door) 'Tlck«ts available at-Campus Mu»ic,W71«h St. R*nchWhol»»lc,3loiihSt. Stockman Western Wear, 942 ttti Ave Wood'i Western Wear, 111 nth Ave. Plus JERRY STREET High Country Recording Star AND OTHER NASHVILLE ACTS ·T

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