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News-Palladium, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1971, Benton Harbor, Michigan MONDAY, IWIKMUNR fi, 1071 THE NEWS PALLADIUM, BENTON HARBOR, MICH. PAGE TWENTY-THERE WARM TRIBUTE Favorite Stars Take Ford On A Sentimental Journey NEW YOIIK (AP) "Miss Tecn-Aijo UmiuluK imcl David I'Yosl. American West of John cute, diirk-huircd Colleen Pauline I'Yederiek, NlfCV CBS's special Sunday nighl, pnlrick, wns chosen Krldiiy veteran United Nations eorre- wus a warm, sentimental (rib- night in the usual tedious, !IO- spondcnt, WHS Imrryinu lo ule to a man who has been minute live coverage of the hroadeasl hoolh to report U.N. making western movies since pagunnt finals. The girls are :i activity Salurdny in connection hit younger than the "Miss with (ho India-Pakistan cnnriU't Ford's films liavc earned him America" conleslanl.s and Hie when she tripped, fell and broke four test director Oscars-en- show's production values less lier She was riously not one for any of his opulent, Hul the show itself ad- and NIK! expeels westerns, lie appeared period- hores rigidly lo the turgid for- she' will be mil of action for ically Ihrongh a program well mat. Afternll.yoncaii sell more some weeks. laced with fight scenes from his commercial time during a SKI- films. A crusty individualist, minute spot than during an 11 i i Ford first was .shown returning hour. KOOUCI'H JlOul lo Monument Valley-scone of Oner had to feel sorry for most many of his John of tin: 55 finalists as they were f'' Wayne wlio worked with him introduced: A highly partisan partis firsl there in his audience in a Fort Worth ".Stagecoach." Jarnes Stewart tiudilorium broke into applause and Henry FonUii, two more of only for Hirls from Texas. HinK- his favorite actors, recalled his cr John Davidson and l.ucio Ar style us a director in tlie course nay. handled the hosting chores, of a leisurely hatf-kiddinj! inter- their eyes, firmly
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