Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on March 16, 1976 · Page 19
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Tues., March 16,1976 CKEELEV (Colo.) TKIBUNK I! '/risk coffee' made ifs debut 30 /ears ago Pianist Artur Rubcnstcin burlesques a post of a bust of himself at its unveiling at New York's Carnegie Hall last week. Kubeiislein made his American debut there 70 years ago. Monday night he £r.vc v.'hs; :r.;;y !;t !:!o I;;:; 1 . NLV. Yr;rl; c.M-.ccrl Rubensfeifi gets busf-ed there. The 1'olish-born virtuoso says his eyesight has failed lo Ihe point where he can no longer see the keyboard. (AP Wircpholo) Warners sign Etydell to produce 'Breakthrough' HOLLYWOOD - Mark Kydell has been signed by Warner Bros, lo produce and direct "Breakthrough," it was announced by Guy Mcfcllwamc, senior executive vice president in charge of worldwide production. Rydcll acquired the properly, a forthcoming novel by Ken Grimwood, in galley proof form prior lo publication by Doubleday. A first novel by Grim wood, the book deals wilh an unusual love slory which lakes place simultaneously in two centuries. Film will shoot in New York and London immediately upon completion of the script. "Warner Bros, is delighted to have Mark Kydell on our team," said McElwaine, who noted "his continuing record of boxofficc hits lias proven him to be a lop creative lalunl who makes pictures that appeal to audiences. 1 ' Kydell is currently com- boxoffice attractions have pleting editing on "Harry and included "Cinderella Liberty," Waller Go lo New York," which "The Cowboys," "The Reivers' opens Ibis summer. His prior and "The Fox." Henry Fonda hospitalized HOLLYWOOD (UPI-Actor Henry Fonda has been hospitalized for sugery to remove a nonmalignant turner on his lung, a spokesman announced. Fonda, 7,1, was admitted Sunday night to Cedars of Lebanon Hospital and is scheduled for surgery Tuesday. The spokesman said lie should be hospitalized about todays. The tumor was discovered during a routine physical checkup, but doctors reportedly found no recarrcnce of a heart irregularity Fonda suffered two years ago. Fonda's best-known stage and screen roles include leading parts in 'The Ox Bow Incident," "Mr. Roberts," "The Grapes of Wrath," "Twelve Angry Me," "Clarence Darrow," "The Farmer Takes A Wife" and "The Caine Mutiny Court Martial." Announces Auditions for: « The Diary Of Anne Frank Plaza Suite · George M! · The Unsinkable Atolly Brown « Carousel and · The Rustlers March 20,21,22 23 Call 356-7503 for appointment ''Home on the Range' night (it llic /()/«i' 5:30-9 p.m. Thursday ^ jnw ^' i sni wij*i VA /vtarcii 18 Roast Beef or Rocky Mountain Oysters Dies at 80 Busby Berkeley, the choreograplrcr who produced some of Hollywood's most imaginative and extravagant motion picture musicals, died Sunday at his Palm Springs, Calif, home. He was BO. (AP Wirephoto) i AND SUPPER CLUB proudly present* FRANKIE REB SHOW March 16 thru 28 TUESDAY-SATURDAY · 8:30 to 1:30 Enjoy An Evening Out SUNDAY · 7:00 tO 11 :30 Dining and Dancing! Complete Dinners Served Until 10:00 SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS UNTIL 9:00 For Reservations Call 353-4094 or 353-4147 By HUUH A. MULLIGAN AP Special Correspondent DUBLIN, Ireland (AP) Thirty years ago this St. Patrick's Day a barman at Shannon Airport seeking "the cure" -- Irish for driving out the shakes of a hangover --sloshed some whisky into his morning coffee, topped it off with a glob of cream and /oila! (French for begorrah) inadvertently invented Irish coffee. Or was it an Irish bartender similarly afflicted in a San Francisco tavern? Although they agree on the date, the savants are divided on the actual site of the miracle. But this much is certain: The resulting nostrum not only kept the poor man's head from exploding but proved the biggest boom to the sale of Irish whisky since (he holy monks emerged from their cellar with (he formula for the blessed stuff back in the Dark Ages. Since that miraculous March morning in 1946, annual exports of Irish whisky have multiplied five-fold and are now in the neighborhood of 300,000 cases, which happens to be in the same neighborhood as the attendance at the St. Patrick's Day parade in New York. Americans are the leading consumers abroad of the fomented barley that the monks called "uisce beat ha" -- water of life. Whole sections of the New York parade have been known to defect down the side streets of Fifth Avenue to hospices with names like "Mulligan's," "Gallagher's" and "Shamrock Inn" for a swig of the velvety, cream-topped curative as concocted by angels of mercy with names like Paddy, Desmond and Solly. The same thing would happen lo the big parade in Dublin, except that the Irish in their ageless wisdom close the pubs on that day out of respect for their patron saint and concern for the time of March. Irish coffee, according to Dubliner Martin Bolger, who has been dispensing (he drink almost since its creation, "is the triumph of specific gravity over broken glass, done with skill, love and a good deal of luck." The skill involves keeping the glass from breaking at the first infusion of the scalding black coffee and keeping the cream from sinking so it sits on top in a three-quarter-inch band that Bolger reverently calls "the Roman collar." A lesser necklace of cream is known in the trade as a "Paisleyite collar," after (he Northern Irish Protestant firebrand, the Rev. Ian Paisley. "It's louder but not so deep," Bolger explains with a twinkle. A Wexford man, "where your Jack Kennedy sprung from," Bolger has been concocting Irish coffee since he was 18 -"that was 1,000 broken glasses ago" -- and now presides in the ground-floor bar of the Bailey, a Georgian-style tavern that is lo Dublin what the Algonquin bar was to Manhattan in the glory days of James Thurber and Robert Benchley: a gathering place of wits, writers, bon vivants and occasional revolutionaries. Brendan Behan was a regular here. Also Oliver St. John Gogarty, Liam O'FIahcrty, Padraic Colum, Charles Parnell and a cabman named "Skin-thc- Goat" Kilzharris, who drove the conspirators to the scene of the Phoenix Park murders. James Joyce wrote the Bailey into his masterpiece "Ulysses" under the name of Burton's, and Leopold Bloom's front door from No. 7 Eccles St. is preserved in (he vestibule of the Bailey, along with Michael Collins 1 revolver and Brendan Bclmn's (ankard. 'The Irisn drinK Irish coffee after meals." said Bolger, get- ling back lo the subject and down lo the job of actually making one. "The Americans drink il any t i m e of the day." He selected a stemmed glass, heated it by twirling it over a spirit lamp or buusen burner, poured in a generous slug of Irish whisky (!'- ounces) and Iwo teaspoons of brown sugar. "Don't be sparing wilh the sugar or Ihe cream won't floal on top." Bolger advised, as he suddenly flamed the whisky in Ihe glass so it burned with a heavenly bluish glow, (hen doused f h e conflngation by pouring in the euffee. "Now comes the tricky part." his voice lowered loavalhi'dral hush. "Pouring in Hie cream over the curved back of a spoon.Ordinary.unadulterated, unwhipped heavy cream. This is where you Yanks fall down. You whip up fhe cream so il would sit on a glass of water. Thai's cheating, and you can 1 ! sip liic lovely coffee through Ihe collar uf pure cream." Family Style Dinner « TUESDAY-SATURDAY 5 to 8 p.m. More than you can eat! Inexpensive, too! * ITFLE BITTER IfeJSN "·""·- Former child prodigy digs modern jazz ADULT THEATRES XX Xf At the MINI FLICK 330 8th Ate., Greeler DANISH PASTRY, 7 S 9i35 CAMPUS GIRLS, 8:25 Late showing Fri. t Sat. 11:30 MONDAY NIGHT IS LADIES' MIGHT An) woman idmilted FREE on Monday nifht when iccwnpinied by a paying escort. / Cinema By WILLIAM D. LAKFLEH United Press Inlernillonil Herman Szobel is a welcome newcomer to the pop music scene. Szobel recently turned 18 but he has packed enough energy into those years to last him lifetime. His first album, immodestly titled "Szobel" (Arista AL 4058), immediately establishes him as a young piano virtuoso and imaginative composer. Little is known about Szobel other than he was born in Vienna and became a child prodigy. His early training naturally was in the classics bit in later years he fell under the influence of the French jazz impressionist, Martial Solal, and Keith Jarrett, an American musical phenomenon. Szobel's debut album consists of five numbers, all his own compositions. They are "Mr. Softee," "The Szuite," "Between 7and 11," "Transcendental Floss," and "New York City, 6 AM." The triple-threat star also arranged the music and it calls for some electronic intrusions. But Szobel sticks to the acoustical keyboard in his own performances. His compositions are jazzy in the ultra-modern sense with the classical background breaking through. "Szobel" is not only an auspicious beginning for 1976. It is an event. Keith Jarrett must be praised, too, for his exciting excursion into serious piano composition. "In the Light" (ECM 103334), a two-record set, ranges from solo piano works to ensemble playing. Jarrett is supported by the American Brass Quintet, Ralph Towner, the Fritz Sonnleitner Quartet and the Suedfunk Symphony Orchestra of Stuttgart. The keyboard improvisations let the listener make the inevitable comparisons with such giants as Erroll Garner, Ahmad Jamal and Don Shirley although Jarrett certainly can stand alone. "Brass Quintet" is an ambitious work and there are some hints of Purcell. "Crystal Moment," a relatively short piece, interweaves the tonalities of four cellos and two trombones. Milestone -- Don't look now but rock 'n' roll is rounding out its first 20 years of popularity as a musical art form. And one of its pioneers, Bo Diddley, is celebrating the event with an album, "The 20th Anniversary of Rock 'n' Roll" (RCA APl.l- 1229). Joining Bo in the festivities are such names in the business as Elvin Bishop on lead guitar, Joe Cocker on vocals, Billy Joel on keyboards, Keith Moon and Carmine Apnice on drums, anil Tim Bogert on bass. Numbers include "Ride the Water," "Not Fade Away," "Kill My Body" and "Drag On." The second side is devoted to a jam of Bo Diddley impositions -- "I'm a Man," "Who Do You Love," and "Bo Diddley's Gunslinger." "The Best of the Lovin' Spoonful" (Kama Sutra KSBS 2606) is another tribute to rock 'n' roll's longevity. This two-LP album will evoke nostalgic visions although some of the older and more cynical fans might now call this music bubble-guinmisli. Among the numbers chosen for this playback are "Do You Believe in Magic?" "Nashville Cats," "Till I Run With You." And, of course, it wouldn't be the best of the Lovin' Spoonful without "Summer in the City." Add "The Best of Uriah Keep" (Mercury SRM1-1070) to the rockin' anthologies. The earliest numbers -- "Lady in Black, "Bird of Prey" and "Gypsy" - date back to 1970. "July Morning," recorded in 1971, features Manfred Mann on the Moog. David Byron, who recently made his first solo album for Mercury, is lead vocalist on all of the numbers. Coming Soon: "BARRY LYNDON' Madeline Kahn Feldman · TONIGHT «T .---i" .,, .«, ):!St9:lS '*-, ... Students SOc Off With Cooper-Highland Car Ml A JACK NICHOLSON ONE FIEW OVER THE CU£KC3* NEST you'll be tied up in in hilarious run for 'THE OTHER SIDE OF THE MOUNTAIN' " TEST DRIVE THE FIAT SPIDER 1WIN? THE REAL STAR OF "NO --*" DEPOSIT, NO RETURN" AT GO'S EUROPEAN AUTO Comma Won: All The President's Men

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