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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 0 TH! tFIHBRIOGE HERALD _ Saturday, October 7, 1973 POLITICAL POLLSTERS Space at political rally for Senolor George McGovern was at a premium in Boston's Pest Office Square as proved by these listeners climbing poles for a view of the happenings, Police estimated that over persons on hand 1o hear the Democratic presidential nominee- Morth American Premiere! Mechanical heart claims trimmed TV HIGHLIGHTS SATURDAY lars Ricli Little and Alice Gliostlcy. WASIIINtlTOS (API U.S. ovcmniont scientists have tlieir claims of suc- ess for a mechanical heart in ic newest (cud within ll'.o Ira- emilv cf artificial hcart- The National Institutes of k-aUh aniiounccil March 2 that ;oveminent contractors had developed" the major com- wncnk of an nloniic heart: tiie irst totally impbntalile arti- icial heart the first im- ilantable, miniature nuclear engine dejtjTnctl to power such i heart in animals, and iiope- Lilly sonic day in man. NIH critics ch3llenged the cientific validity of the devel- opments announced in March, he manner of their disclosure and the propriety of a federal administrator funnelling re- search money to an artificial heart hearing his name. Officials at NIH now concede that technical hugs in the two devices have set the project's timetable hack at least months. Long-term testn the nuclear heart in animals promised for last spring, ha: not Iwgun. Recent versions of the nu clear engine overheat. The in The NIH clarifications came i to major criticisms -cm some scientists who are eveloping their own mechani- al heart models. The NIH announcement was nil of deceit." said Dr. Benson. ;oe of Ilio University of Cali- oniia medical school. Refute were overstated, he said, and NIE! "implied far -nore than was there. It was iremature announcement of uccess to get funding from Congress." TIic lightning rod for criti- cism is Lowell Harmison, a lard-driving government ad- ministrator and nuclear cngi- icsr who is chiefly responsible or the develop mcnls an- nounced by NIH. Tlie heart pump involved bears his name The Harmison Teco jump. Dr. Clarence Dennis, the pro- gram chief, said in an inter- view he is investigating Harnu son's relations with the make of the pump, Thermo Electron CARROLLCSDO'CONNOR starring in George Gershwin's OF THEE TSENG' Coi-p. of Wallham, Mass, in vestigating allegations tlia Harmison imoroperly lobbied c scientific advisory panel in be half of funding for the device and Investigating the absenc ner linings cf the hearts releas of reports from some cor le'tol clots Officials describe j tractors detailing their the difficulties as temporary. jpendKures and accomplishments THE PULITZER PRIZE WINNING MUSICAL COMEDY Vi IN A HILARIOUS NEWTVVEHS1ON. Monday, October 9 CBC TELEVISION presented by MacMillan Bloedel Noted industrial designer Henry Dreyfuss suicides SOUTH PASADENA, Calif. (AP) The man who created the shapes of such familiar household items as the princess telephone, the Hoover vacuum cleaner and the Singer sewing machine was found dead here. Henry Dreyfuss, acclaimed industrial designev, was found dead with his wife, Doris, 69, in the garage of their hilltop home. The coroner's office said notes indicated the two were OCT. 9-14 PETTY at the Members and Guests Only NOTE: Frank Hosek and Sil new Polka Band will playing an Sal. Oct. 7, tor hour begin- ning at 4 p.m. ulcide victims. They died Ire: arbon monoxide poisoning. The bodies discovere jy a maid arriving for Dreyfuss, who changed t design of typewTiters, pen clocks, bathroom fixtures, te' ision sets and (tier items, was a busirie. artner with H. mfe, hired iis secretary when the design was 25. He began his career as stage designer in New Yo and took up designing prodii during the Depression. His firs designs were belt buckles, per- :ume bottles and shaving brush landies. He won acclaim in 1939 for his design of the pe> ispherc for the New York world's fair. SPORT: Hockey, 6 p.m. Ch. 7. The Clu'cago Black Hawks meet the Maple at Toronto in the season's opener. COMEDY: llriilgclt iloniic, 1 p.m. Ch. 13. Bernie's new play is an unflattering porLrait ot his parents and in- UNAMA: Police Surgeon, p.m., Ch. 13. Telephone calls threaten the life of Locke's girl friend but the caller and the motives are unknown. MOVIE COMEDY: "Do Not 9 p.m. Ch. 7. The Parisian misadventures of Lhe wile o[ a woollen mill execu- tive. CHIME DRAMA: Hcc llamscy, 9 p.m. Ch. 13. Richard Boor.e is back in a series about an aging lawman whose gun hand is slowing down. SCIENCE FICTION: "Fahrenheit 12 midnight, Ch. 13. The story of a futuristic society where ail books are for- bidden. MOVIE DRAMA: "Tender Is The a.m., Ch. V. The story Blxmt the strained relationship between a psy- chiatrist and his wife a former patient. SUNDAY RELIGION: World Mormon Conference, 10 a.m. Ch. 7. The conference is telecast from Temple Square in Salt Lake City. SPORT: NFL Football, 12 noon, Ch. 7. The St. Louis Car- dinals meet the Minnesota Vikings at Bbomington, Minn. SPORT: Race of Champions, 1 p.m., Ch. 2. (CaMevisimiK Modified stock car competition, live from Trenton, N.J., speedway. SPORT: CFL Football, 2 p.m., Ch. 13. The B.C. Lions meet the Tlorghriders at Regina. REPORT: Country Canada, p.m., Ch. 7. A report on Canada's wine industry. MOVIE DRAMA: "Love, Hate. 5 p.m., Ch. 13. A thriller about a psychotic and the woman who spumed him. FAMILY: World of Disney, 6 p.m. Ch. 7. "Savage Sam" is the story of the kidnapping of tliree youngsters by renegade Apaches. The first of two parts. CRIME DRAMA: Mod Squad, p.m., Ch. 13. Kidnap- ping and murder and a fur coat is behind it all. ADVENTURE: "The 7 p.m., Ch. 7. To return home to Ms uncle or go into business with that's Uie decision Jesse Jim must make. COMEDY DRAMA: "Anna nnd the p.m., Ch. 7. How to give low grades to a crown prince is the school teacher's dilemma. HISTORICAL: The British Empire, p.m., Ch. 13. "The Sugar Slaves" is a history of Brilain's role in the West Indies from 1D23 to the end of slavery in 1833. VAK1F.TY: Julie Andrews, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. Don RicMles hurls his insults at historical figures and joins other regu- CJOC-TV Channel 7 [Cablevisian Ch. 6) CJOC Newi Boy, 12, dies after crash EDMONTON High Noon TUESDAY it (c) Super H-VMS- i Conference Pink Panther NFL. Fmttwl Scorti V.'eek T3A Tomorrow Claire (c) Ca'.'niry Canada Music to See Odd Ccupla Disneyland The Beachcomber.------------ Anna and Ihe King CJOC Newj Julie Andrews Movie: Sunday fit Nine Wild Ractrs {c) 10-00 Weekend Bob New hart News Partridge Family Truth quences Klara's Korner 2rOO Hollywood Squares cd Allan TEke 30 Edge o! 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