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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, June 5, 1972 THC LETHKRIDGI HERAID 7 STAB'S SON AIWtESTEB BEVERLY HIIJvS, Calif. (Reuter) Micksy Rooney Jr., 26, son of the movie slar, was among 12 persons arrested at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in a raid which netted more t ha n worth of cocaine, fed- eral narcotics officers said. TOUGH LUCK SANTIAGO, Chile (Kculer) An 18-year-old would-be suicide died when the truck taking him to hospital with a bullet wound in his head crashed Into a telephone pole, police said. ITV HIGHLIGHTS! MONDAY VARIETY: Irish Rovers, p.m., Ch. 7. Guests are singer Catherine McKinnon and comedian Sandy Baron. MOVIE COMEDY: "Crooks in 7 p.m., Ch. 13. The story of a gang of thieves hiding out in an island mon- BOATING: Water World, p.m., Ch. 7. A look at the fisherman afloat and a slalom competition down a boiling river rapid in a canoe. HISTORICAL DRAMA: Man Alive, p.m., Ch. 1. The Hery battle of wits between Mary, Queen of Scots, and the Puritan leader John Knox. INTERVIEW: David Frost, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Guests include Tennessee Williams, Sarah Vaughan and Audrey Palmer, Grenada's minister of tourism. TUESDAY MOVIE MYSTERY: "Tlic 1 p.m., Ch. 7. A famous Da Vinci painting "Madonna and is stolen. MOVIE DRAMA: "Robbery Uniler 1 p.m., Ch. 13. The story of two law-breaking brothers and two lovely sisters in Australia of the 1850s. ANGLO'S Critics praise Canadian singer LONDON (CP) Canadian on Vickers returned to Covent Garden last night in the tie role of Verdi's Otello, and ritics here voted it a me mora- le evening and a milestone in le singers career. The Times compares the enor from Prince Albert, Sask., willl Othellos of the past coin in theatre and opera house, adding: "He sings the part with a nobility and rugged strength that melts inlo tenderness, and melts the listener too. His dying phrases are exquisitely acted." Philip Hope-Wallace in The All about women TV show cancelled Programs listed by Ihe radio and television nations. Any variation in program schedule is due to lait- minule changes by -Ihe stations and is not the respon- sibility of the Herald ar Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre. TORONTO (CPl The CBC has announced the cancellation of the television series A11 About Women which was to have been shown on the Eng- lish-language network this sum- mer. Knowlton Nash, director of television information programs for the English services divi- sion, said some of the guests on the program had expressed themselves more "colorfully and exuberantly" than was de- sirable. He also said the pro- gram material should reflect more broadly the challenges and concerns facing women. "The wider participation and emancipation of women is a valid programming area of con- cern in the world -ie said, "and I hope in future pro- gramming we can reflect these The series, due to have start- ed June 29, will be replaced by A Time to Rembember, 13 film recreations of events, places and people of the early 20th century, narrated by distin- guished actors. Guests on the comp 1 e t e d shows of the cancelled series were Xaviera Hollander, a for- mer New York prostitute and author of The Happy Hooker, and June Bowen, a woman who has been married four times and says she likes younger men After seeing the completed shows, Mr. Nash said: "I found some guests went further than they should have." Guests on future shows were to have included an actress in pornographic films, a former male transsexual and a bisex- ual woman. Guardian says one Is not likely to hear the role better managed on a purely artistic level. "It marks a milestone in a ca- reer in which he (Vickers) has held his place with remarkable talent. His Otello has mag- nificent enunciation, vivid histo- rionics appeal and an Intelli- gence and animal strength which immediately catch at the audience." ACTING IS POWERFUL Andrew Port of The Financial Times praises the Canadian's interpretation as "powerfully acted formidable in pres- with sudden flashes of savagery recalling the style of Sir Laurence Olivier in the part. 'Then the voice began to pour out with a nobility, purity and grandeur such as I have seldom heard from Mr. Vickera him- self, or any other tenor." Other critics joined in the cho- rus of praise. says The Daily Mail. "Deeply moving and, in the final scene, supreme- ly was the verdict of The Daily Telegraph. Vickers says he will be com- muting to his farm in Orange- ville, Onl., between the last two performances ot Otello in Lon- don because it is school exami- nation lime for his children and "it would by psychologically hard for them if I were not there." Wide price range tor tranquillizers Roger Chdrmon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGii! with Contemporary News MONDAY NIGHT Dave King Barry Hegland MONDAY NIGHT World at Six John Walker Request Line John Charles Doug Anderson Show Jack Hewteld TUESDAY Buryl Clark CJOC i TUESDAY CBC Newi Jim Elliott Phone Bill StiCW Wayne Barry CHEC FM Leo Dow John Oliver Dave King News and 1 Prices Jack Thyi Line John Walker World at Six Parly News on the Hour Wthr. on the Half Hour con MaeftAaslei Don Hedman a.m. Sign-Off MON. THRU SAT. iiM Den MacWiasler Concert (Bab Consie) CBR Radio 1010 Calgary This Country Radio Nocn Holiday Take it frcm Here Max Ferguson Home Run News World at Sfx MONDAY NIGHT Five Nights A 6LOO World at Jake end the Kid Ideas Recorded Music Grooveyard Between Ourselves TUESDAY Quebec Now Eye Opener News, Wfhr, Sporl World at Eight From The Capitals Eye Opener CLCC Broadcasts over CabLevision Ch. 7 Monday thru Doug Gossen Dave Otcrg Carol Stars Duane Meyers John Malakoff SOUTHERN ALBERT. THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE WEST" In Techni- color. Starring Henry Fonda, Jason Robards and Gabriele Ferzetti. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, June 5, 6 and 7. Monday show at p.m. Adult not suitable for children. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "BILLY JACK" In Color. Starring Tom Laughlin and Delores Taylor. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, June 5, 6 and 7. Monday show at p.m. Adult not suit- able for children. PINCHER CREEK------Fox Theatre "CARRY ON UP THE KHYBER" In Color. Starring Sidney James, Kenneth Williams and "The Carry On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, June 5, 6 and 7. Monday show at p.m. Adult, TABER Tower Theatre "DOC" In Color. Starring Stacey Keach and Faye Dunaway. Monday and Tuesday, June 5 and 6. Monday shows at and p.m. Restricted adult. Vote game shows plenty of indecision. Summer Time is SONY RADIO TIME For the best selection of the world's best radios see SONY TORONTO (CP) The Star says a national survey during the first three weeks of May shows that 44 per cent of the voters have not decided how they would vote in a general election. In a story by Peter Regen- streif, the newspaper says the Liberals have 24 per cent of popular support, the Progres- sive Conservatives 18 per cent, the New Democratic Party 10 per cent and the Social Credit and Creditistes four per cent. If uncertain voters were elim- inated, the poll shows Liberals had 43 per cent of support, Con- servatives 33 per cent, NDP 18 per cent and Social Credit and Creditistes six per cent. This represented a drop of three per cent for the Liberals, from their showing in the 1368 election. The Conservatives were two per cent ahead of their 1968 position. The NDP was one per cent ahead and the others were about the same. The poll was conducted by Ca- nadian Inter-Mark among voters across Canada. Lily Pons hasn't lost her voice NEW YORK (AP) Lily Pons, reigning coloratura so- prano of the Metropolitan Opera from 1931 to 1953, exhibited a remarkable voice during her first performance in New York in 12 years, Miss Pons, now 68, sang with the New York Philharmonic Wednesday night. She had been invited by conductor Andre Kos- telanctz to appear at one of the early summer promenade con- certs "just for fun." Most women's voices, with age, lose their soft, sweet coat- ings and become rceciy and sin- ewy, like a stripped-away flower stem. But Miss Pons1 voice, although slender and lacking the robust, full clarity of youth, is still soft and sweet, Associated Press music writer Mary Campbell reports. SAN JUAN (AP) Pablo Ca- sals missed the opening of the 1972 Casals Festival of Music. He is suffering a cold. A spokesman for the annual musical gathering told a capac- ity audience of at the Uni- versity of Puerto Rico audito- rium on Wednesday that the 95- year-old cellist was expected to be on hand Friday night. OTTAWA (CP) Considering I the costs of some tranquillisers is enough to make you need one. Wide price ranges for one type of tranquillizer are shown in the May issue of the federal health department's Rx Bulle- tin, a monthly listing for doctors and druggists. The manufacturers' prices to druggists for meprobamate 400 milligrams, a commonly used tranquillizer, varied from for pills to for of another brand of pills. The range for individual tablets var- ied from four-tenths of one cents to about eight cents. Dr. Carl Boyd, editor and cla'ef of the drug information bulletin division, said in an in- terview here the drugs "were equivalent in so far as the tests we have done." These included identification of active ingredi- ents, assay, weight variation and time. Dr. Boyd said bioavailability tests, in which the drug is tested in the blood streams o! patients and tested for clinica' effectiveness were not carried out for the tranquilizers. Forty-six brands of meoroba mate, which is marketed under such trade names as Quietal Tranquiline, Miltown anc Equanil, were shown on the lists. No prices were available for nine of the brands. Most of the meprobamate jrands were available as tab lets, but some in the higher triced ranges were availabl Don Harper, a spokesman for ic Pharmaceutical Manufac- irers' Association of Canada, hich represents about 60 drug rms, said there usually aro ood reasons for the price dif- erenccs. "ft is extremely important to emember some tablets may ot be as effective for the pa- ent as others." For example, he said some of ie higher-cost ones may have xpensive additives that prevent he active drug from being de- troyed by acids in the stomach sefore it can be absorbed. The highest-priced one on this ranquillizer list is a sustained- elease capsule. '1IEHE'S ANOTHER REASON Another reason for the appar- int great differences in costs nay be that the lowest price drug conies from a manufac- urer that only supplies the two or three major Canadian cities. He said that some do this, while others distribute to all parts of Canada, including remote rural areas, and these distribution costs must be averaged out in .he costs of the tablets. Mr. Harper said another rea- son for price variation is that some low price drugs are brought onto the market late, after the early ones have car- ried out Ihe educational and promotional work with the doc- tors. with special sugar coatings o in special capsules that prov ided sustained release of t h drug over a prolonged period. DIETRICH DENTURE CUNIC ROSS A. KOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Suil. 8-304 5th St. S. Ph. 327-7244 UlhbrirJge at ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS and fkotoptapliic Cenlei 419 5th St. S. Phone 328-6922 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SEll" .CJOC-TV Channel 7 Ch. 6) MONDAY NIGHT Man Alive Romper Rooi Lei's Make a Pea! News (c) Rlpcord Teleprobc 7 Teleprobe 7 Movie: Irish RovCfS Avengers The Fake Colledge on Campus TUESDAY Walcr World Farm and dry Parlrldge Family Today Cannon Mr. Dressup Front Page Friendly Giant Challenge (c, Ctiez Helene Man the Centre Sesame Street Summer Town TaVe 30 Edge of Night Family Court Drop In Truth or Consequences CFCN Lethbridge Ch. 13 (Cablevislon Ch. 4) MONDAY NIGHT Family Affair Dc-n Messer (c) 6100 News Beat Ihe Clock Movie: Creeks in Cfoislers Nfchols Pig and VJhislle ironside News News CO TUESDAY ThouflM for Da, University of Air HI Lights (c) 9: SO Yoga In Conversation All About FACM 55 North Maple Pierre Berlon Bewitched Beat the Clock Movie: Robbery Under Arms ihe Good Word (c) Another World Anything You Can Do (O Batman {c> Buckshot Family Affair CO KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) MONDAY N1GHT Salute to AgrlcuHure Doctors NEWS Here's Lucy (c) Laugh-In (c) Doris Day (c) Movie: Desperate Mission News Squares (cl Family Affair Jeopardy (c) Lucy Show [c) Who, Wnai, Where Amateur's Gufrfe Game Love (c) News My Three Sons Love is a Many MCWS (c) Splendored Thing vL World Turns N em News (c) KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cabfevision Ch. 11) TUESDAY Farm News NEWS Captain Kangaroo Dinah's Place (cl w Jack LnLanna (c) 9-00 Audrey (c) Three on a Watcl Galloping Gourmet Where the Heart is spm second Bewilched Paiiword MONDAY NIGHT Password (c) News News Bewitched (e) Fire Brigade Movie; Once B fore I Die News Mary Mr Movie: Vcngence All My Children Make a Deal to Newlywed Game News Secret Slorm (cl One Life ID Live Our Lives (c) Nsw Sci Tomorrow COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE National Water Safety Week (June 4-10) FRITZ SICK POOL Tuesday, June Public Swimming p.m. Wednesday, June 7 NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Thursday, June 8 Public Swimming p.m. Friday, June 9 NOON HOUR SWIM................ p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Saturday, June 10 Public Swimming p.m. Adult Swimming p.m. Sunday, June 1 Public Swimmina p.m. Family Swimming p.m. Monday, June 12 NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. Public Swimming p.m. LIONS POOl (411 16th Street Norlh) Tuesday, June 6 Public Swimming................... p.m. Wednesday, June 7 Public Swimming p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Thursday, June 8 Public Swimming p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Friday, June 9 Public Swimming p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Saturday, June 10 Public Swimming.................. p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Sunday, June 1 1 Public Swimming p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Monday, June 15 Public Swimming p.m. Public Swimming p.m. HENDERSON POOL (Henderson luke Recreation Com- plex) Tuesday, June 6 Public Swimming p.m. Wednesday, June 7 Public Swimming p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Thursday, June 8 Public Swimming p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Friday, June 9 Public Swimming p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Saturday, June 10 Public Swimming 1 p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Sundny, June 11 Pubfic Swimming.................. p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Monday, June 12 Public Swimming.................. p.m. Public Swimming.................. p.m. NOTE: The 1972 Summer Family Swimming Pass- is now on sale ol all City pools during Public Swimming hours. Far furlher information see Ihe cashier at the pool, or contact Ihe Community Services