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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta cfay, February 59, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 ITV HIGHLIGHTSI TUESDAY MOVIE DHAMA: p.ra., Cli. 7. A 1971 TV-movie about an escape artist who's out to rescue a kid- napped biologist. Christopher George is the featured star. DOCTOR UHAMA; Marcus Welliy, 8 p.m., Cll. 13. A story about a crippling genetic disease that attacks only blacks and an abandoned 7-year-old. COMEDY: Carol Burnett Show, p.m., Ch. 7. Eydie Gormc and Tim Conway are special guests. NI1C MYSTEUY MOVIE: McCloud, p.m., Cii. 9. Milton tele as a producer is suspected of murder and the victim a policeman who may have been using blackmail. SPECIAL: CI1C White Paper, p.m., Ch. 7. "Who Owns The probes the need for international laws governing ownership and control of the seas. ADVENTURE: The Persuaders, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. Larry Storch plays a hit man hired to kill a double-crossing ex- union boss. Filmed on the French Riviera. INTERVIEW; David Frost, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Petula dark is David's only guest on tonight's show. WEDNESDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "Free For 1 p.m., Ch. 7. A young inventor goes to Washington to get a patent and be- comes entangled in red tape. MOVHI DHAMA: "About Mrs. I p.m., Cll. 13. A sentimental story of a middle-aged woman who rem- inisces about a love affair. PUBLIC AFFAIRS: Take 30, 3 p.m.. Cli. 7. The danger of flammable clothing for children is discussed by plastic surgeon Lloyd Carlson. DOCUMENTARY: One Northern Summer, p.m., Ch. 7. A visit to Uie annual Klondike Festival in the old Yukon gold town of Dawson City. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Program, ore listed by the radio and television station.. Any .Variation In program schedule ii due to lost, mtrnire dionget by the stations and Ii not the reipon- fibllHy of the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC Roper Channon with Contemporary Sports Morloy McGill with Contemporary News Total information John Oliver Beryl Clark TUESDAY NIGHT Beryl Clark Barry Hcgland WEDNESDAY Jim Shearer Checline Leo Dow Sho-j CJOC TUESDAY NIGHT Hews, Nei World at Rob Ingram John Walker Doug and Sports Phone Bill Shov toayne Barry Probe 1220 Noon Farm News, Wealfier and Sports Prices Jack Thys Party Line Rob Ingram World a! Six CHEC FM News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour WON. THRU SAT. Don Concerts (Bob ,ie) Don Hedrnar. MacMaster a.m. S-'ar. Off CBR Radio 1010 Co IP dry TUESDAY NIGHT 11 '00 News This Country Orchestral 55 Nati3ns News' WIhr Provincial Affairs Radio Noon World at Six As It Happens Tueidsy Uighl WEDNESDAY News, Sports. Wlhr Eye Opener the- Capitals World at 8 Five Hiahls a WP-..-K Commentary Prairie Recife World at 9 Schools Max Ferguson Home Run World at Six WE HAVE THEM Sony 12" and 17" COLOR TELEVISION The world's finest color TV. Featuring the new "Trinitron" single gun picture tube. You have got to see it to believe it! ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Slcteo ana tPkotopiapnic Centet 419 5th St. S, Phone 328-692? Sell-out audience turns out NEW YORK (CP) Tlie Na- tional Arts Centre Orchestra of Ottawa conducted by Mario Bernard! made its New York debut to a sell-out audience in the Alice Tully Hall of Lincoln Centre. Mr. a native of Kirkland Lake who received his musical training in Venice and Toronto, also made his debut as pianist, in Ravel's Pi- ano Concerto in G. T w wo other debuts occurred when Erica Goodman, Toronto harpisl, appeared in Toronto composer Harry Somcrs1 Suit for Harp and Chamber Orches- tra, its New Yok premiere. The 20-minute work was de- signed as a show-piece for a harp virtuoso. The program opened with the strings alone of (lie 44-piece or- chestra playing Sir Michael TippeU's Fantasia Concertentc on a Theme of Corelli, and closed with Beethoven's Eighth Symphony, rarely heard per- formed by a small orchestra. WILL. TOUIl EUROPE It was advertised in Uie Naw York newspapers as the Na- tional Orchestra of Canada, with "Arts Centre" in small type. The thres-yeaar-old group plans a European tour next year. The Tippett Fantasia fea- tured Waiter Prystawski, con- cert master, Janet Roy, leader of the second violins, and Don- ald Whitton, lead cello as a trio playing concerto-fashion with the rest of the strings di- vided into two groups. Mr. Bernard! received cheers I; for his performance at tlie pi- I'' ano with the orchestra, and was called back to tlie stage four times at the conclusion of the concert. fold-out signs were posted j before the concert began but there was a noticeably large j number of empty seats. An or- chestra spokesman said more Niven image sustained By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD The PAT BRADY on-screen image of David Niven has been lhat of the debonair, slightly rakish English gentle- man capable of surviving the most outrageous situations. That image is sustained in his autobiography. Tlie Moon's a the title is from an E. E. Cummings poem-proved an instant best- seller in Britain. Just published in the U.S., the book is frank, bawdy, boisterous and loaded with names from Winston Churchill to Tony Curtis. Niven explains his name-drop- ping penchant: "It makes little i sense to write about Uie butler Rogers' movie sidekick Pat Bradv found dead GREEN MOUNTAIN FALLS, Colo. (AP) Pat Brady, who with Rogers to establish the Sons of The Pioneers singing bounced along in a jeep while group in the mid-1930s. movie cowboy Roy Rogers rode j He moved to Colorado in 1968, managing the Pine Cone Ranch here. a horse to stardom, died here at the age of 57. Brady's body was found in his room at The Ark, a rehabilita- tion centre for alcoholics. if Chairman Mao is sitting down to dinner." The first name he drops is Nessie, a 10-year-old Piccadilly prostitute who introduced him to sex at the age of 14. The calibre of his acquaintances picks up from there. Niven tells about all with a puckish, ele- gant ah'. Examples: JOINS COMMANDOS After Niven had left Holly- wood to join the British com- mandos in the Second World War, the actor m e t Winston Churchill at a dinner party. Churchill growied: "Young man, you did a very fine thing to give up a most promising career to fight for your coun- try." He Hided with a twinkle1 "Mark you, had you not done so, it would have been despica- ble." When Niven's film career was lagging, he agreed to co-star with Gloria Swanson in a Broad- way play, Nina. The show had an air of disaster which was realized on opening night. Miss Swanson surprised the already Niven by ap- pearing in a huge gown of black Brady appeared in nearly "e writes: motion pictures and numerous' television shows during a career Martin Rutiedgc a centre lhat beSan when he JoinKi his director, said Brady admitted himself the previous day. The cause of death was not determined. An autopsy was scheduled. Brady suffered a broken jaw in an automobile accident sev- eral weeks ago. The actor and musician joined show business parents ou Uie stage as a child. In his pictures with Rogers, Brady provided many laughs While Rogers was off chasing bad men on his horse Trigger, Brady often was shown kicking the tires of his balky jeep Nellie Boll. to life under the Fifth Amend- ment of Uie United States con- stitution. thr_n 100 official guests were in- vited for the debut, and per- haps another 100 tickets were given to friends of the orches- tra, but large numbers of tlie recipients failcii to attend. Some cash customers were j Amendment intended to include turned away at the box office. I fetal life when they provided _______________ that no shall be de- prived of life without due proc- ess-" the Appellate Division in Brooklyn ruled. The 4-to-l decision was made on a Roman Catholic law pro- fessor's suit challenging the 1970 law. Robert M. Byrn, who brought the suit, said he woud take the case to the New York slate WHALEBONE SLIPS "The bedouin tent with Swan- son's head sticking out of tho top of it rustled across the stage and flung itself into my arms. Unfortunately, in my terror of the whole situation, J squeezed too hard in that initial clinch. There was a loud report. This was followed by a twang- ing noise, and about eight inches of white whalebone shot out of Swanson's chest and straight up my nose-" Critic Walter Kerr's analysis: j understood from the pro- gram that Miss Swanson de- signed her own clothes. Like the play, they fell apart in the first act." Not all is gaiety in Uie life of David Niven. There was the tragic blow in 1046 when his lovely English wife fell down a flight of stairs at. a Tyrone Power party. She died at 25 two days later, His friends rallied to help pThe Ronald Colmans took him that the framers of the Fifth women are awaiting abortions. into their hcme, then the Doug- Unborn child not person New York court holds NEW YORK (API An ap- peals court has upheld the con- stitutionality of the New York state abortion law. ruling that an unborn child cannot be consi- dered a legal person with right human being." Both the city and the state stayed (he injunc- tion with immediate appeals and abortion service was not in- terrupted. The city reported last month that more than abortions have been performed in city hospitals since the law went into "We have seen no indication effect July 1, 1970, and that 900 Radio station workers get wage boost EDMONTON (CP) Em- ployees of radio station CKUA have ratified a n agreement providing a 28-per-cent wage increase. The increase is retroactive to July 1971, and expires April 30. 1974. Top announcers will receive a month by tlie end of the contract. CKUA is operated through Alberla Government Tele- phones and is licensed to the University of Alberta. Era- Court of Appeals, the state's highest. Byrne, a criminal law special- ist at Fordham University, said the appellate decision marked the first time "that a court in New York has held that a human child is not entitled to tlie law's protection." The appellate decision also voided a temporary injunction against all abortions in munici- pal hospitals. The lower-court judge who granted the injunc- ployees are members of the j tion, Justice Francis S. Smith International Brotherhood of j of state Supreme Court- de- Elcctrical Workers. j dared that a fetus is "a living CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6} TUESDAY NIGHT Our Changing Town 5-00 Inith tr Uncif Atlflck (ivf-rcr. WEDNESDAY 7 Fari.i and City '72 Toddy C'.riff: (el Rompfr Room R-O'l iViiry Mcore Mr. Drcssup fl-vi Burn-It Westc-rn Schocli Own-; thw Scs? Friendly Giant ui Cher Helene 7 ll.CO Sesame Street CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) DflViri rrpst Pierre Brrton WEDNESDAf Bewitched Though! for Day Beat ihr Clock University nl Air Movie: Abouts House of Frighten- Mrs. Leslie Mpln What's the Good Prporam Ml L Ignis Worcl (c) r fashions in Sewing Another World Yorjn (c) Do In Conversation Flinlstonos liv.io Ail About Faces j-30 Buckshot (cl lid Allen [c) Dick Van Dyke KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) Today in Montana Another World Concentration Edqe of Night Sale of the Century Love American Hollywood Squares Style (c) Jeopardy ft! Family Affair Who, What, Where Lucy Show (c) Gamo Corner Pyle News My Three Sons (c) Somrnet News World Turns NBC Ninhtly NCAfj News (c) News (c) Tim Dcclors (e) Carol Burnett KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) TUESDAY NIGHT Nev.s Ncwlywcd Ganin LCKS (c Cf.pt. Kangaroo News AArd JfjiMd Dinah's Plactl (c) Secret Storm Mouic: The Pyes Jack LflLanna One Ltfo to l.lvi M flnrli.f Sand Audrey (c) Our Lives 9-ffl M.ircui Gnilopinn Gourmet Grnmil in-Oil Ni'.-.1- fi') Where Itin Heart Is Tliroo on