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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE U1HBRIDGE HERAll) Wednoiclciy, 16, 1973 Windsor story comes to stage LONDON rCIV Livim; nu'inbcrs of the Jloyal Fam- i'y are lo on tlie li'ritish stage for I lie first lime this ;uiUmm, breaking a UmS-slaiuling taboo, The two-ad play, tcnta- tiu'ly entitled I'ruwn Matri- monial, deals with the abdi- I'i'lion of the late Duke of Windsor So King Edward VIII. Scheduled to go into re- hearsals in September arv.l opt'ii tin; following month ei- ther in London or a provin- cial centre, it Mill include povlrayuls of the. Queen Mother and tlie Duchess of Gloucester among its seven rules. Until the Lord Cham- Britain's stage powers to turbid Ihi" portrayal of any living persons on the stage without their pernlis.simi. Since then, there has been an unwritten .-ni-cemcnt nut to portray liv- ing members of the Royal Iomily. although some sati- rical rcvncs have (tone so ob- ikmely. Eltiekiughani I'alace IKIS been about the play, said n spokesman, but further comment was de- clined. It is understrMxl no member of the Royal Family lias read the two-act play by Rovce Ryton, which star Peter Harkworth as the Duke of Windsor and Wendy Hitlei as Queen Mary. The Duchess of Windsor is not represented in the piny The part Andrew Hay. H a k u o r I li an actor frequently seen on British television, says he has always admired the Duke of Windsor and finds the play "tactful and tasteful." moral issues are ar gued with great force." ho sriv.s. The pluy'.s producer is Mi chad Cod run, whose string of '.Vest K.nd successes include the long-running comedy There's ;i (lirl in my Soup, and il will he directed by Pe tor Dews, who also directed the smasb-bit Hadrian VII. TORONTO iCPi Arthur Cliclwynd, a Toronto film- maker. has become Sir Arthur the death in England of his uncle. Sir Talbot (Jhetv.ynd at 85. The new baronet is the son of a former British Colum- bia minister of agriculture and minister of railways after wliom the community of Chr.l- v.ynd in the Peace Iliver area is named. JU-fated tour out of business OSCAR LEVANT Tliis is Oscar Levant, ihe gifted pianist, composer and humorist, who died Monday at the age of 65. The man who aimed his wit at his own eccentric hypochondria had been in virtual seclusion for nearly a decade. He died in liis Beverlcy Hills home of, what police described as natural causes. NIAGARA FALLS, Out. Niagara River While Walcr! lours, which offers "unfurget-! thrills" hi [rips down the Niagara River in large rub- ber rafts, is out of hasincss at least until tho New York State Parks Authority meets later this week. Keith Hopkins, director of the authority, .said today a meeting would be held "probably Thurs- tluy'' and the tour operators ill bt asked to assure the stale that additional safety pre- cautions have been taken dur- the (rip down the fast-flow- ing river, So far M persons have been dumped into tlie river during three of the (rips downstream from llie American Falls. AH were rescued and only one per- son suffered minor injuries. The tour company has Ixwn niKNMlliitt under a temporary permit from the parks author- ity. "V.'e only give Iheni access to Ilia river and we are asking them to review their pre- cautions to ensure tlie -safety of their Mr. Hopkins said. "The authority must he satisfied that this lias been Recently, a spokesman for Uifi Marine Safety DivrJon of ?V- United Stales Coast (Juan' snid that a permanent licence o operate ihe tours could only granted after it is deter- mined whether the lower Niag- ara River is a navigable water- ,vay. "If it hi, then we will inspect .he equipment, decide whether it is safe to continue to operate, nii grant a he said. Thomas Schwieger, general manager of the White Water Tours, was not available for comment. Scve n persons we re swe pt overlward above the whirlpool Sunday. Marsha DeSanlis, 24, of Niagara Falls, N.Y., suffered a broken wrist and three frac- tured fingers. Miss DcSanlis described the hip as exciting and added that she "would prohahly go again if. (lie chance arose." Mr. Schwiefjer said Monday (he seven had "lost their trip" when a wave broke over tho sine of one of two rafts carry- ing 72 persons at apiece. ''There WHS no equipment or pi- lot error." A Rochester newspaper re- porter was tossed overboard Aug. 5 during the inaugural run of fare-paying passengers. Karlier, six tour employees were (lumped while testing cur- rents and waves in the rapids. FFICIM. OF OUR NEWLY REMODELL GREEN'S THURS., FRI. AND SAT., AUG. 17, 18 AND 19 Downtown on Sixth Street Joa Green's has been enlarged, refurbished, redecorated lo icrve you, our customers. You'l! walk info a completely new store but the address is srill the some Downtown on Sixth Street. SHOES FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY HEEL HUGGER GOLD CROSS SELBY EASY GOERS HORSH1EM FOR WOMEN PAVEL WILD WOOLLEYS O'OMPHIES A.T.V.'i MISS SUSAN BONNIE STUART BUSTER BROWN SAVAGE MACFARLANE PEDWIN HARTT HUSK PUPPIES JARMAN HEALTH SPOT SISMAN COOLS NORTH STAR BASKET MASTER FREE DRAW Shoes and Purses. Jus! coma In and enter your name (no FREE DRAW Panty Hose with any purchaia EXTRA SPECIAL FANTY HOSE PAIR 25' LIMIT 2 PAIR PER CUSTOMER Plus many moro lodies' 4A B to size A Jo EE to B, C and D wtrJth SEE ALL THE NEW FALL STYLES ARRIVING DAILY FREE DRAW EACH DAY FOR 2 Pair Children's Shoes 2 Pair Teeners' Shoes 2 Pair Women's Shoes 2 Pair Men's Shoes Courtesy of Macfarlune Roiita A TV. Wild Wonlley Bujter Brown Savage SHOES Downlown on Sixth Street iTV HIGHLIGHTS! HKDNKSDAY National 6 p.m., Cli. 7: Houston Astros, still in llio pmianl tigM, tako on tho Expos in Montreal. fiinn p.m., Cli. in; Thousands may die unless a bomber is puid wiililn two hours. Lea Bailey anil Bnrry Nelson arc Hie guest sluts. Western I'miTi'icncc, 8 Ch. H: Ed- montoti Eskimos, unbeaten after two starts, tako on the KouKhridcrs in Kegina, wlio arj 1-2 so far this year. COAIKDY: Marly Pclilinan Machine, p.m. Cli. 11: Comics Godfrey Cambridge and Jackie Vcrnon tonight's guests. MOVIE: I'm All Itiglil .latk. a ]i.m., Cb. 7: Charming and wcll-cducaicd Stanley V.'irclnisli a job as a fac- tory worker. Pelcr Kellers shares star billing with Terry- Thomas. ABC News Inquiry. ID Cli. II: Strip mining is Hie theme. How ncceswiry and how damaging? Firmed in coal-producing regions in West Virginia, Ohio and Kentucky. VAKIETY: Johnny Carson Kllow, p.m., Cli. 0: Ted Knight of the llnry Tyler Moore Show and comedian Shecky Greene are among the guests. VARIETY: Mcrv tirllNn Slinw. 12 Cli. 13; It's comedy lime tonight with .Jo? Klvmi, n vid rryc, Henry Uibson and Jack E. Ixionartl the hcudlincrs. TIIUIISDAV .MOVIK: si Aluirlic 1 p.m., Ui. 7: Diced brothers Old Surcliaml Cn and V.irro toil (Pierre liricc) battle a gang in their' cHorls to pro- vent a Ijig oil swindle. r "stings rPrtflronn ore Hind by iht tqdlo oritf lilevhftn ifoitont. Atay variation In program li to lent. by tlofloBi and li not the reipon- or Anglo Diitrlbvton Slerao and Phohwraplile Centra. CHEC Roger Chonnon Contemporary Sporls Morley McGill Contemporary WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAY Clack WEDNESDAY NKJHT World ol Six John Wnlktr Requesf Line John Charles r cjoc THURSDAY Jim Elllol CDC Hev.s Mcivs, Wthr, Lea Do John Oli Dava K fJftws, W1hr, Spcwt News and Grain CHEC FM News Hourly Wlhr. Hclf Hour MOM. THRJ SAT. r Don Hed Slgn-Ofl CBR Radio 1030 Calgary WEDNESDAY NIGHT World at A3 II Ha Concern News, Wllir From 1he Capitals 'A'url Five Hlejhfi A Opener Vancouvar Chamber ihu Counlry "in Ro THURSDAY S Fye Radjo ll'ja Stcckmark TaXe II fr Holiday Home Ru f'-.m World at II tln CLCC News Hourly Weather Four Cam! Sean fJcws Major Ne Davd Obcrg Jcim This Summer Take A SONY 9" Portable TV On Your Camping Tripl Other sizes in portable also in stock. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS an iic Centet 419 5th St. S. Phone 328-6661 PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Gsilight 1? 30 Wchnlc's IMvy or Movie: Only Two Consequences Ic) Can play It! at ApflcPif 'Wells (c] Baselwll Fflrm City iO Sports fe) Romper Rcorn E.iJgo of Alf'9hl ISIS cou" (Cl llclr-nr; Drop In News, Sports. SpsnmR Srrcf-l frulfi w Weather (c) LuncPifron Dale Con CFCM-TV tclhbritige Chonncl 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) WEDNESDAY N1GhT Pierra Fjimily Affair Griffin Captain 1 Dream of Jsannft THURSDAY News 15 though! for Day fc) Btrflr word Dodor in F ID Sewing Anofher (c) CTL Ytyjfl )e) AnylhinT Sir Houis of Fflghlfn- Ynu Cfln Di '7? Sli-ln fc> AH Fatrci Family AIMIr KRTV Great Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9} n Concrnfrallcn AnoHicr vcryJd 10.JO lonirjhl ihow THURSDAY A.I 1 VJorld I Fi ii M.iri> SpPrnrlDrfd lhir.r( Ai world Tur Plflf, fllnhlly Cfirtt KFBB-7V Grecii Falls Channel 5 (Cabloviston Ch. 11) WEDNESDAY MIGHT THURSDAY Make fl neal Jones rt.ii Suprr 7: CO fi.rx) Jt'30 Jafk L (r> n Maktl CurriT 10.30 Movie: A Oyl Tomo Llni (c) II.W All M V.h'rn Heart II f.ri ;