Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
ITV HIGHLIGHTS! TUESDAY MOVIE DIIAMA: Cli, 7. A 1D71 TV-movie about an (.'.scape artist who's out to rescue a kid- napped biologist. Christopher George is the featured star. DOCTOR DHAS1A: Marcus Wclliy, MD, 8 p.m., CJl. ]3. A story about a crippling genetic disease that attacks only blacks and an abandoned 7-ycar-olcl. COMEDY: Carol IJurncll Show, p.m., Ch. 7. Eydie Gormc and Tim Comvay are special guests MIC iMYSTEHY MOVIE: Jit-Cloud, p.m., Ch. 9. Milton Merle as a producer is suspected of murder and iho victim a policeman who may have been using blackmail. SPECIAL: CI1C While Paper, p.m., Ch. 7. "Who Owns The SoaV" probes the need for international laws governing ownership and control of the seas. ADVENTURE: Tlio Persuaders, JO p.m.. Ch. 13. Larry Slorch plays a hit man hired to kill a double-crossing ex- union boss. Filmed on the French Riviera. INTEHVIKW; David Frost, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Petula Clark is David's only guest on tonight's show. WEDNESDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "Free For I p.m., Ch. 7. A young inventor goes to Washington to get a patent and be- comes entangled in red tape. MOVHI UK.VY1A: "About Mrs. 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A sentimental story of a middle-aged woman who rem- inisces about a love affair. PUBLIC AFFAIKS: Take 30, 3 p.m., Cli. 7. The danger of flammable clothing fur children is discussed by plastic lurgton Lloyd Carlson. DOCUMENTARY: Our Northern Summer, p.m., Ch. 7. A visit Ui Uii; annual Klondike Festival in the old Yukon gold toun of TJa.vson City. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Rnpramt Are lilted by radio and tel.vl.lon Italian, Any .Variation In program ichtdult ii du Heart Is on n (c) 10.T.S Nrws (cl 3-.10 Hnlinn C-nmr for Dint 'Girl (c) Toitinrrov; Ocwlklicd WEDNESDAY All My Children S-00 P.issword j js I ,inn Ncwi Make a Goal (c) i.3D NCWI Sell-out audience turns out NEW YORK (CP> The Na- tional Arts Centre Orchestra ot Ottawa conducted by Mario Bernard! made ils New York debut to a sell-out audience in tire Alice Tully Hall of Lincoln Centre. Mr. a native o f Kirkland Lnko received his musical training in Venice 2nd Toronto, also made his debut a.s pianist, in Ravel's Pi- ano Concerto in G. T w wo other debuts occurred when Enca Goodma'n, Toronto harpist, appeared in Toronto composer Harry Somcrs1 Suit for Hai-p and Chamber Orches- tra, its New Yok premiere. The 20-minute work was de- signed as a show-piece for harp virtuoso. The program opened with the strings alcnc of (lie 44-piece or- chestra playing Sir Michael Tippelt's Fantasia Concerlante on a Theme of Cjrelli, and closed with Beethoven's Eighth Symphony, rarely heard per- formed by a small orchestra. WILL' TOUIl EUROPE It was advertised in Uie NJW York newspapers as the Na- ional Orchestra of Canada, with "Arts Centre" in small type. The thres-yeaar-old group plans a European tour next year. The Tippett Fantasia fea- ured Walter Prystawski, con- cert master, Janet Roy, leader if the second violins, and Don- a'd Whitlon, lor.d cello as a rio playing concerto-fashion with the rest of the strings di- j vided into two groups. Mr. Bernards received cheers for his performance at the pi- 1 ano with the orchestra, and was called back to the stage four times at the conclusion of the concert. Fold-out signs were posted I before the concert began but there was a noticeably large number of empty seats. An or- chestra spokesman said more official guests were in- Tiled for the debut, and per- haps another 100 tickets were given (o friends of the orches- tra, but large numbers of the recipients failed to attend February J9, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAtD _ 7 Niven image sustained PAT BHADY lly BOIt THOMAS HOLLYWOOD The on-screen image of David Niven has been that 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 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 the 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 in the mid-lBSOs. movie cowboy Roy Rogers rode 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. Martin Ruticdgc, a centre director, said Brady admitted himself the previous day. The cause of death was not determined, scheduled. An autopsy was Brady suffered a broken jaw in an automobile accident sev- eral weeks ago. The actor and musician joined He moved to Colorado in ISliB, managing the Pine Cone Ranch here. C7 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 i-t. The calibre of his acquaintances picks up from there. Niven tells about all with a puckish, ele- gant ail-. Examples: JOIN'S COMMANDOS Niven had left Holly- wood to join the British com- mandos in the Second World War, the actor m c t Winston Churchill at Q dinner party. C h u r e h i 11 growled: "Young man, you did a very fine thing to give up a most promising career to tight for your coun- try." He added with a Iwiiiklf "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 cf disaster which was realized on opening night. Miss Swanson surprised the already nerve-wracked Niven by ap- pearing in a huge gown of black Brady appeared in nearly 80 j taffeta. He writes: motion pictures and numerous' television shows during a career that began when he joined his show business parents ou the stage as a child. In his pictures with Rogers, Brady provided many laughs While Rogers was off chasing had men on his horse Trigger, Brady often was shown kicking the tires of his balky jeep Nellie Bell Some rash customers were Amendment intended to include turned away at the box office. WHALEBONE SLIPS "The bedouin tent with Swan- son's head slicking out of tho top of it rustled across the stage and flung itself into my arms. Unfortunately, in my terror of the whole situation. 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 while whalebone shot out of Swanson's chest and straight up my nose-" Critic Waller Kerr's analysis: "We 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 the life of David Niven. There was the tragic blow in 1946 when his lovely English wife fell down a flight of stairs a( a Tyrone Power party. She died at 25 two days later. His friends rallied to help The Ronald Colmans tool; that the framers of the Filth j women are awaiting abortions, i into their hc-ine, then Hie Doug- Unborn child not person New York court holds las Fairbanks. Joan Crawford took Niven's two young sons, the Rex Harrisons gave him a Iwxcr puppy. Niven writes that "the very nicest women" give of (hem- selves to a man in deep grief, but he "can give only in one direction, and, inoculated by his unhappiness, he rides rouglishod far and wide." The moodiness ended and Niven bounced back tor Around the World in 00 Days, an Oscar for Separate Tables, marriage to a Swedish beauty, plus other delights. DAVID NIVKN debonair, rakish Hunters' image poor says NEW YORK (API An 2p- peals court lias upheld the con- sljiulionalily of the New York slate aborlion law. ruling that an unborn child cannot be consi- dered a legal person with right to life under the Fiflh Amend- ment of Ihe United Stales con- stitution. human being." EoUi the city and the slate stayed Ihe injunc- tion with immediate appeals and abortion service was not in- terrupted. The city reported last month thet 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 CCP) Em- ployees of radio station CKUA have ratified a n agreement providing a 28-per-cent wage increase. j The increase Ls retroactive to i July 1071, and expires April 30. 1974. Top announcers "will receive S92-I a monlli by the end of Lhe contract. CKUA is operated through Albcrla Government TeU- I phones and is licensed to tho fetal life when they provided [hat no 'person' shall be de- prived of life wilhout due proc- ess-" the AppelJate Division in Brooklyn ruled. The 4-to-l decision was made on a Roman Catholic law pro- fessor's suit challenging Ihe 1970 law. Robert M. Byrn, who brought the suit, said lie woud lake the CLGC to the New York slate Court of Appeals, Ihe state's highest. Byrne, a criminal law special- ist at Fordham University, said the appellate decision marked Hie first time a court in New York has held that a human child is not entitled to the law's protection." The appellale decision also voided a lemporary injunction against all abortions in munici- pal hospitals. The lower-court University of Alberta. Era-' judge who granted the injunc- ployees are members of the! lion, Justice Francis S. Sniilh i International Brotherhood ol of state Supreme Court- de- Elcclrieal Workers. j clared that a fetus is "a living mm mm MOVIES YOU .HlfE BEST CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre BULLET FOR In rolor. Slarrini; George Hillon and Ernest Borgnine. Tuesday End Wed- nesday, February 29 and March 1. Tuesday show al p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK-Fcx Theatre "PRETTY MAIDS ALL l.V A ROW" In Melrocolor. StarrinR TCook IludErai. Tuesday and Wednesday. Febru- ary 29 and Jlarch 1. Tuesday show al 8.15 p.m. Restricted Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "DOCTOR'S WIVES" In color. Starring Dyan Cannon and Richard Crcnna. Tuesday. February 29. Shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult. New electronic telephone device to aid the deaf MILTON. Out. (CP) More than 200 deaf persons were told Saturday they soon v.ill available an elec- tronic device thai enable telephone calls to be simulta- neously translated into print on a teletype machine. Doris MacKillop of the Ca- nadian Hearing Society told a meeting of the Ontario Coun- cil of the Deaf the new system will use a flasiiing light to in- dicate that the telephone in the deaf person's home is ringing. In sign language, the audi- ence was told that the deaf person then would lift the re- ceiver and put it on a box-like apparatus, similar to a con- ference telephone sound box, in turn would transmit th? spoken word from the tel- ephone to the teletype ma- chine lhat would transcribe the message on paper. So far, Bell Canada and C N -C P Telecommunications have doncd about surplus telelyp? machines lo be dis- tributed lo deaf persons. The acoustic couplers neces- sary (o make the system work I now are being designed and i built by the Telephone Pioneers of Amer- ira. a proup involved in com- munications. Telephone Pi- oncer technicians also will in- struct students or adulls in Lhe maintenance of the tele- type units. "This may even provide full-iiine or part-time employ- ment for some deaf Mrs. MacKillop said. She said the CHS lias re- ceived more than 500 requests for the teletype units which will be hocked into Bell Can- ada lines. Mrs. MacKillop added that there are no units in operation in Toronto yet, but there is at least one in Ottawa undergo- ing testing. CALGARY (CP) A better public relations campaign is needed lo improve the image of hunters, says Gordon Kerr, director of the provincial iish and wildlife division. He told the annual conven- tion of the AJbcrla Fish and Game Association that provin- cial game managers are partly to blame for Uie poor public image of hunters because of poor public relations. But, he said, there has also been a failure lo reach the non- hunting public. HUNTING IV DANGER Not ins that 80 per cent of the population doesn't hunt or fish, the Edmonton official said it is necessary to demonstrate con- cern for birds of prey, predat- ors, "dicky and other non-game species. Support of Ihe hikers, and other non-hunters is j arc getting Ihe occasional needed in a joint cause for con- j glimpso of a bare posterior. L'n- scrvation of wildlife, and "un- daunled by complaints of per- til wo get their support, I don'l mtssivcnpss, British ac-lnr Billy see a very rosv picture at all." Boyle bares his bottom (wic-Q Delegates meanwhile urged restrictions on hunting of big- horn sheep, mc-ose and anle- lopc, but backed the shoaling of hen They backed a resolution calling for a limilcd number o[ permits for shooting big horn sheep, with 91) pcv reserv- ed for Alberta residents, and asked that only Albcrlans be allowed lo shoot cougars and grizzly bears But a resolution limiting non- lo one trop'iy in a lifelime rrsircnl- to one trophy sheep every 10 was defeated. BARE VIKW JOHANNESBURG (fteuleri Full fronlal nuclily is never likely lo be seen on Ihc South African stage, but Ihcalro-jjocrs Douglas L, pictu Gilbert, wild- life biology professor from Fort Collins, I here is Colo., told dclga'.cs tremendous move- ment lo ban all hunting in the U.S. "and we're in danger ol losing the whole ball game. He paid if a simple poll was taken at present in the U.S. or in his home state, hunting u-ouid stop. Key lo the problem, he said, is a public relations gap a failure by hunters to reassure the non hunting public that hunters are not all killers driv- en bv blood lust. nighlly in the farrc No Sex British. Geeks divorce LOS ANGELES (AP) Real estale developer Joseph Bolker petitioned here for a divorce from Christina Cassandra Onas- sis Bolker, the daughter of Greek shipping magnate Aris- totle Onassis. In his Superior Court petition, Bolker, 48, said he and his 22-year-old wife sepa- rated last Tuesday. They were married in Las Vegas last July 26. .y Once o year we open cur privafo club to Ins public. The club is designed fti (ingle over 30. DRESS For The Ladies After 5 AMirt For The Men SUIT and TIE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CAtl 327-1442 LIMITED NUMBER OF COPIES NOW AVAILABLE SPRING 1972 FARM AND RANCH DIRECTORIES A listing of all farms and ranches in the Lelhbridge trading area with mailing addresses and land loca- tion. 15 EACH Available al Herald Printing and Lithographing Division Corner Sill Avc. cmd SI. S. LETHBRIDGF Manpower survey OTTAWA (CP1 A survey of "highly qualified'' manpower will bo undcrlakcn by Ihc minis- try of stale for soence and tcchnologj. Alaslair Gillcspie. the minister responsible, said the consensus will be used as a base. After a pilot survey, questionnaires will be sent to about university gradu- ates. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT 9: IS "Diamonds are Forever" Last Complete Show 'AHAMOl'NT CFXU.MA Short Subjects 7: IS, "Kinr Spangled Girl" I.asl Complete Show COI.I.KC.K cixrai.i "Bird ot Crystal '.i "Ni.uhl Visitor" II: o.i Last Complete Crows, magpies campaigii is dropped CALGARY (CP) The Al- berla Fish nnd Game Associa- tion lias ended its program R the extermination of crows and magpies. Funds for the program were originally supplied by Ducks Unlimited and later by Califor- nia hunters who felt the crows i and magpies destroyed duck i nests. ___ I Sjnie members of Ihc and Game Association have re- cently argued the prop-am was i damagirp tile image of tile or- as cue which prided! in conservation of wild- life. YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV RADIO AND TV 302 13lh ST. N. JACK'S Passport Photos Candid Piclun Framing Phdo SlrppliM A. E. CROSS Mm 338-011! 710 3ri An. S. 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