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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 _ THE IETHBRIDGS HERALD Monday, Juno 15, 1970 .more MCW YOUK (API Art. UnkldliT is best described A lek'vision personal- iiy; th) A multi-millionaire businessman: ic) An enthu- siastic skier mid surfer; (d) A crusader against drug abuse; U'l All of those. The answer is, of course, .hat Linldclter is all of the above and mare. Taping his weekday after- noon television show, manag- ing his wide-ranging busi- nesses and investments and criss-crossing the United Stales to counsel youths against the use of youngest of liis five children, Diane, fell lo her death while (in Liiiklettur one of the busiest nu'ii in show business. Li nk let t c r, a native of Moose Jaw. Sask has been talking lo people years, first as an aimcm'.ccr for a San Diego radio station, then as host of People Are Funny, House Party and, finally, Life With Link-letter, where he shares duties with his son, Jack. "I wanted to be a star." he ALLIED ARTS COUNC ilf. 1 Bowman Arts Centre Tues., June 16th 8 p.m. All Interested In Theatre Arts Welcome! said. "Hut my trouble was I had no talent." "f couldn't sing, couldn't dance or tell jokes. Then two guys in Texas started some- thing called Vox Pop. They just took a mike out onto the sireet and talked lo people. And that changed mv whale life." Unklotter, who at 58 is a husky six leet one, said: "The Iliiug about this business I I love that I'm as curious and enthusias- tic now as I was 37 years ago. "I'm genuinely interested in people and operate on the known theory that every per- son is unique. I'm constantly amazed or appalled by their reactions." Since Ms first job, Linklct- ter has seen the audiences grow more sophisticated. "I'm doing stuff now that's three limes more controver- sial than he said. "It's candid. i Engraving Ear P'ercing Ring Siring Ring Rspaiis SEE US NOW ERICKSEN'S JEWELLERY McFarland Blclg. 327-3325 "What arc people talking about? The new morality. MiM'd marriages. llotiKse.x- ualiiy. They're talking about subjects practically taboo 10 years ago. We're getting practically no protest mail." As much as anything, Link- letter is known for his inter- views wilh children. Many of their answers have been col- lected into such best-selling books as Kids Say ihc Darral- est Tilings. "The first Ihing I do with a child is that I try lo ark him a queslion that is simple, easy ?nd that he knows the answer to. You might ask him hi name. It's like priming a ART LINKLETTER Began Career In ''Then 1 look him in the eye, almost hypnotically. 1 keep the mike down between us. There's nothing worse in an than pushing a miko Slack and forth. I talk lo him rnd no matter how outlandish his answer is 1 never laugh at him. 1 don't talk down lo them and 1 don'l talk up to them. "Kids are different today. They have the same childlike a p r o ;i c li to tilings, but (he biggest difference is in Iheir vocabulary and their surface knowledge of things, 'r'i.if comes from television. I asked a seven-year-old boy what he wanted to be and he said. 'Outrageously happy.' He probably got that from some commercial." Since the death of his daughter in April, 1969, Link- letter has turned drug abuse into a personal crusade. Be- fore arriving in New York, he had been in Atlanta, where he did five television interviews on the subject, and in Phoe- nix, where he talked to about 2.500 high school students called Teen Counsellors. "Each Teen Counsellor is assigned an element a r y school class and they tell the kio7s that everyone in high school isn't taking he said. "This is really making a dent because the kids talk to the smaller kids better than j anyone else." Monopoly Real Culprit Says Labor CALGARY (CP) The Cnl- ary Labor Council has sent a letter to Finance Minister Ed- gar Benson sayhg "monopoly control in the country is the real culprit in inflation, not wage increases." "And a pox on your house if you don't prove it and yet re- lain wage Bill Pa- Lcrson, executive-secretary of the council, Laid Benson. The council, at a meeting Friday night, also urged all Calgary labor unions to resist .he six-per-cenl compulsory wage guidelines recently an- nounced by the prices and in- comes commission in Winni- peg. Paterson said he had hi loubts that the commissio lad examined all aspects of in flaUon. "IS. they had done so, h aid, "I am confident the vould find that wage increase., ave nothing to do with infla ion. "A person must have rocks n his head to believe that an verage Canadian wage at week is causing inflation." RARE BIRD One cf the rarest birds in Ncrth America is the ivory- billed woodpecker. MAVERICK The Plain and Fancy reasons why you should., Go get a Maverick Now For a little money,'s a little gas. Here's what you get with Maverick. A simple machine. Simple to drive and park. Simple to maintain and service. And that saves you money. Comfortable room for a young family of five, and the ladies love the sharp interiors. The 105 lip Six is a hustler, and it stretches your gas dollar an average of 27 miles to the gallon in actual tests. And that's good. For extra pleasure, there's a wide ranqe of low cost options. Power steeling, a vinyl roof in tweeds or houndstooth checks. A 250 CID Big Six engine with fully automatic 3-speed transmission. Maverick's ori- ginal low price hasn't changed, it's the pacesetter in value. Maverick-the simple machine. For a little more,'s a Grabber! All the good things, all the money saving features you get with Maverick, you get with Maverick Grabber, Now look what else you gel. A choice of wild Grabber colours. Black paint hood panels and grille. Racy tape stripe. No doubt about it, Maverick Grabber's a real eye catcher. But that's not all. There's dual racing mirrors, big 14 inch wheels, and the stylish louch ol a roar deck spoiler. Maverick Grabber isn't a super bomb, but it is a real standout in sporty value. And, with your Ford or Mercury Dealer's big selling season here, you can get extra values on Maverick and Maverick Grabber. So, Go get a Maverick now. Canada's Biggest Selling Small Car-Maverick-Ses your Ford or Mercury Dealer MONDAY After Hit- Fox, (i p.m., Ch. A con artist poses as a film director in order to use the production as a ccver lor his gold-simigglir.g Stars Pclei1 Kellers. Up from the Beai'li, p.m., Ch. It: Cliff slars in a dramatization of a sergeant's confuted dealings with a group of iNcrmandy villagers. With Irira Dcin'.ck. DHA.1IA: It Takes a Thief, p.m., Ch. 13: The Name of the Game's Emmy-iionnnalcd regular, Susan. Saint appears as a kcoky thief who complicates Minicly's i Robert Wagner) plans. t'b.MKIJY: Carol p.m., Ch. 13: finest tonight is Andy Griffith who portrays- a chronically sus- picious cop. RELIGION: Man Alive, p.m., Ch. 7: A rerun lour of the Good Shepherd Refuge, a home (or mentally-retarded boys in Toronto. LOCAL: Southern Alberta Beef Industry, p.m., C'h. 7: Conjundatum looks at phases of the area's beet induslr., in a production by Clayton Graham and Ian Murray. TUESDAY MOVIE: Ramshottom Rides Again, 1 p.m.. Ch. 13: Arthur Askcy Sabrina star in a 1957 episode on Rams- bottom's sojourn to Canada. MOVIE: Links of Justice, p.m.. Ch. 7: A man accused of murdering his wile is brought to trial. With Jack Walling. HISTORY: Bob Edwards, 4 p.m., Ch. 13: Pierre Berton talks about the life and times of, the editor ol The Calgary Eye Opener. CJOC News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour MONDAY NIGHT Probe 1220 Road Report World al 6 Paul Tividnr Market Report Paul TivsJar Roll Innram CBC Mc'ws Cbntinental Rtisp- Galloplnn Gourmet sody Dlsllnguishcd Artists Probe 1220 TUESDAY Jim Elliott Slio'.i, News, Weather Phor.e Bill Stiow Gardening Farm Sports Jack Tliys Country Music Matinee Paul Tividar Probe 1220 CHEC News on the Hour Wthr., Sporls on the Half Hour MONDAY NIGHT1 Woman's World News Joan Pauley Farm News, Stocks Comments 5-35 Stock Mkt Report News, Wthr., Sports Dinner Showcase CaMIe Prices Bacfc to Ihe Bible Show Time ThG Voice China Jean World Tomorrow Comments Music for Late Caravan Nilcrs Nev.-s, Sports. Wlhr. The Album Game Farm News. Stocks TUESDAY fLiT CM 6-.5Q Farm News ChcL News, Wfhr., Sports News Fifteen minufes lo Stock Mkf Reporr the Hour Mori, thru Frl. a.m. Tom Mitchell a.m. CHEC FM Sport Report a.m. John David Horn CHEC FM News CHEC FM Sports p.m. Tho Other Side Chuck Holiday p.m. CHEC FM Sport Report a.m. Shawn Kelley Radio 1010 Calgary News on Ihe Hour MONDAY NIGHT Songs From the Tempo World at Six Goon Show Jazz for the Record Songs fr Classics Music Past Midnight TUESDAY Eye Opener As It Happens Ne'ws National News Assignment Five Nights a World at Eight Week Commentary Judge of Far North Max Ferguson Distinguished Gallopini Artists Gerrusli Nathan Cohen Mews Consumers Matinee Andrew Allan Radio Noon After Noon Enfre Nous Malfnee Personality Afternon Concert Actualily Gourmet BBC Newj Weather 9 >8 TRANSISTOR FOR ONLY TRANSISTOR FOR ONLY CONVENIENT TERMS! H TELEVISION FURNITURE APPLIANCES 4th Ave. 5th Sf. 5. Phone 328-2328 CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) Tel" Conj Wreslli reslliny TUESDAY MONDAY H1GHT VOO HiMjillies nirec leieprofce Mere Comw Ilia Brides Ctninlry Cabarel Green Acres Front Pnge Name of me Game Chez Helens Man Alive Our Town Lu, Part Carton Party Luncheon Da Par! 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