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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TV star Jon Vickers just a farmer at heart MONDAY DEBATE Gerard 7 Under Attack presents the secretary of state in defense of the CEC and other federal cultural DRAMA 7 13 Tentatively an episode about a widow whose heart condition and disapproving daughter are obstacles to a new relation With Dina SCIENCE Question or 7 The World We Live In includes a look at a Munich living without clocks or whose body has adopted a 26 hour MOVIE S 9 A set in the involving a private eye and the girl killed in his office with his Stars Robert MOVIE Whos Minding the 8 11 A Mint clerk dumps down the garbage disposal and must now sneak back in and make up a duplicate With Jim DRAMA The Day Lion 9 7 A rerun Senator episode of The Bold Ones series presents an acclaimed portrayal by Will Geer as an aging and erratic PLBAFFAinS Who Help 10 7 Nature of Things deals with McGill Universitys psychiatric work with single parents and the poor in central DRAMA 10 13 A lawyers son is becoming involved with his clients a band of lawbreaking With Simon RELIGION Man 7 Me exam ines the relationships between the individual and TUESDAY TALK Pierre 4 13 Interviewed is the author of The Female Eunuch who insists woman should never Trimbles Radio TV Listings Programs ore lilted by the radio and television Any variation in program shedule is due to changes by the stations and is not the responsibility of the Herald or Trimbles Tire CJOC 5 30 Jim Elliott Sport Sport 8J5 Phone Bill ChiW Wayne Barry MONDAY NISHT Probe 1320 World at Six Request Action Line Farm Report Rob Ingram Probe 1220 TUESDAY Wthi CHEC MONDAY NIGHT 6 50 Farm Show Dinner Showcase 7 30 Sport Bill Brown Major News 700 Back to the Bible Gearge Ferguson The Voice of China Music with 7 45 Musical Interlude Total Information World Tomorrow Hour 00 a Simulcast Music with Gerry CHECFM Givens TUESDAY 35 Stock Market Breakfast with Ron RosvolcJ Weather News and train Prices Thys Party Bob Lang Sport Worla at Six Monday thru Thursday CHECFM News fifteen minutes to the John Henry Oliver 12 00 Bill Brown Other Side with Jack Davies Bill Brown Chuck Tanner Ron Legge CBR Radio 1010 Calgary MONDAY NIGHT Artists Tempo Songs from the World at Six Classics Supplement 12 03 Music Past 7 03 Jazz for the Record Midnight As It rneenAv 10 00 National News TUESDAY From the Caoitais 6 05 Eye Opener Five Night A 800 World at Eight Week 8 15 Commentary 1030 Theatre News and W Distinguished Gerrusi Morning Concert 1055 Consumers Matinee Radio Noon 1 15 Afternoon 2 03 School Broadcast 2 30 Matinee Afternoon Concert d 00 BBC CIO Tempo Max Ferguson Trimbles Tire Supply 3272007 314 llth 3272396 CAR CARE SPECIAL f ft With the latest electronic equipment you get M vital services and performance Come in today repairs fully guaranteed PIUS PARTS 8 CYLINDER PLUS PARTS LET JIMMIE DO THE JOB CJIHTV Channel 7 Cablevision 6 MONDAY NIGHT 5 30 Teleprobc 7 6 00 Form Show 6 30 Under Atlack 7 30 The World We Live In 8 00 Family 6 From Pago 9 m Thf Gold One Neus c II 20 Teleprobe 7 Movie Charlie Chans Secret TUESDflr B 15 Something lo Trunk About 0 00 Farm Fads 10 Pmncchio and Or Drfsup 10 r0 Npturc of in M1 Canadian Schools Man Alive c 1030 Friendly Giant 10 45 Chirr Helcne 11 00 Sesame Street 12 00 Lee Drew Child rens Hour 1 00 Movie Duel at Silver CrecK c 3 30 Our Town 3 00 Take 30 3 30 cf Nicihl 00 CahoDinq Gournirl i o Banana Splits c 5 00 Spiderman CFCN Lethbridge 13 Cablevision A MONDAY NIGHT Dick Van Dfe 6M Como Together c Medical Cenlre 8 00 Room 25 ci 6 00 Misi Helpn Carol Burnett c Sand Box c 9 30 Pig and Whistle 9 00 Ed Allen Ironside 15 Parlons Fran 11 00 News fl 9 30 Buckshot c News c 10 CO In Convcrsal 11 40 Dangerman 10 30 Wild Whirl 13 40 This Week Fastncn M TUESDAV 7 10 Thought for Day News 30 University of Air ot CP One of the leading operatic tenors of the a man who earns an immense in come from singing at the New York Metropolitan and else cherishes the fact that most people in this toun of think of him as an area like says Jon Vick And more than I du I breed heef Aberdeen Angus and Here I ride a tractor and muck out barns and plow and haul every chance I Its my on the Ive shunned publicity like the He recently his first interview since 1962 to publi cize the fact that he would be singing at 40 miles southeast of to assist some friends are building a It was his first appcaiance 11 CO Poyton Place Man Trap cl M 00 Bea the Clock c 1 30 Buckshot c 1 00 Movie Pet Garners 2 30 Famous Jury Trials 3 CO Another World 3 33 Trouble Tracy OJ Pierre Berton c 30 Wynnes Pad ic 5 00 FlinMone cl in Toronto in more than three The talk has been that because of uhat he thought unjust Toronto leviews he had boycotted the city His career is in Now I the operatic capuals of the He does not need To But he feels Toronto has boycotted LEFT ITS SCARS I havent had enough invi tations to appear in Toronto in the last 10 years to put in a The moment that Im offered a contract that is ar tistically and contractually in keeping with my other com Ill be happy to re He admitted after reading one review of his 1969 recital in he backed out of discussions which would have had him sing Fidelio in 1970 in HP recalled that one critic called him Bishops ordered by Pope to poll priests problems VATICAN CITY AP Pope Paul ordered all Roman Catho lic bishops today to poll prints on their problems and report on them in time for the synod of bishops here in Pope Paul also announced he Gypsy Roses car sells for HOLLYWOOD AP Gypsy Rose Lees 1936 RollsRoyce sold for Former child sto Jane With ers bought the famed stoppers ornate toilet cover for ex I love the Looking on at the auction of the late burlesque queens Vic furniture and other pos sessions was a young man in leather slacks and jacket who said Its very Erik of New blueeyed with collar length bimvn is Miss Lees Until recently he was known as Erik Alex ander Kirkland was Miss Lees husband when Erik was In New York Surrogates Court the other he was for mally adopted by movie produ cerdirector Otto who recently disclosed he is Eriks i who flew here for the said I realized I didnt want to The sale of his mothers effects was all the more he because I was so happy about the LEARNED AT 17 Erik said Gypsy told him Preminger was his father when he was 17 but that she didnt want the relationship known during her The actress and television personality died of cancer last April at Erik is story editor and cast ing director in his fathers New York He said he had brought with him his wife Barbara and their born in Los and while here will try to have the name of his sons birth record changed from Kirk land to The auction at ParkeBernets gallery brought a twonight total of After about two thirds will go to He said he is his mothers sole Russell Hams of Los identified as a private outbid Miss Withers by for the twotoned would name a number of priests on the recommendation of na tional episcopal conferences as observers to the The top subject in the month long assembly of bishops to star 30 is the priestly minis try in the world Partici pants in the synod will be bishop delegates named by epis copal Such a worldwide poll of priests about their lives and problems is unique for the Cath olic One of the major topics likely to be discussed is celibacy for Despite Pope Pauls restate ment of mandatory celibacy for 3 r ie s t s and the ban from priestly activities of those who defect to marriage has remained one of the biggest is sues among the priests in Italy and Other problems im olved rela tions between the priests and nothing but a slightly bald slightly midde aged Im not ho said hurt This is my home and I dont like to have mv kids ridiculed in the school yard 1came of personal at tacks like They can say what they like about my hut theyre not goirg to insult me Im an inter national but Im an or linary man and I have nary Im not going to have the period of time that I have al located to being in my home made unpleasant by things like He left Toronto in and within six months of his ar rival in to sing at C o v c n t he was TOURED THE WORLD Within a little more than three years he made his debut at of the worlds most famous opera La San Chicago and the New York er since he has been on a steady round of the great opera He has just completed arrangements with the Metropolitan to sing the tenor leads in Die Otello and the Queen of each in Ger Italian and the 197273 Now he is preparing for the next big step in his He will sing Tristan for the first time in October with Birgit Nilsson in Buenos Aires and within the next 18 months will record it with Herbert Karajan and sing it in two separate sessions at March 1971 THE HERALD 5 UNTSUAL PICK FIRST SCRAPER The triangular Irish harp i id i The first skyscraper was built bass strings and ws 1883 by Chicago with specially William Le It 10 storeys COLLEGE TONIGHT Thru I ot and p KIRK DOUGLAS HENRY FONDA RESTRICTED ADUIT Tfhere was a crooked iLCHNCGIC Coming Next FANNY HILL color Btond New and from Sweden Jodays Shpwtimes IAlt Short 2 7 9 Alex in 2 7 9 Last Complete CINEMA AVE Blh 37 6100 TONIGHT and ot and GREATMOVIE MAKING y diary of a mad housewife Short Sub rets 7 9 23 Diary of a Mad Last Complete Fhim COLLEGE Short Subjects 923 There Wss a Clocked Man Last Complete Show A TECHNICOLOR STARRING lichgrd Benjamin Carrie Snodnfn NEXT ATTRACTION George C Susannah SET SCOTT YORK JANE EYRE their reform in the traj ditional structure of parishes and relations between the priests and INCREASED VALUE SASKATOON CP The cash value of all livestock sold at the Saskatoon stockyards in 1970 totalled This was an increase of from KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 Cablevision 9 7 00 Today Shew c 11 30 As Hie Worll Tu MONDAY NIGHT S 30 Green Acres c News c Red Skelton c 7 00 Lauohln c a 00 Banyon ct 10 00 News Tonight Show TUESDAY Our World Salute Agricullure ft 00 Toi 8 30 Concen 12 00 Days cf Oor C 12 50 The Doctors c 1 30 Squares c 1 30 Edge of C 10 00 Jeopardy c 00 Gomrr Py1 cl Vhal 2 30 AAerv Griffin Show Gsms 4 00 Hillbillies V 10 5 News d 30 Crcnkite News c Another World Nightly News c Somerset Hillbillies ic KFBBTV Great Fails Channel 5 Cablevision 11 MONDAY NIGHT News Doris Mary Anne 7 00 Kangaroo 12 30 News 1 00 Secret Storm c One Life to Live uuu uinnirs riaca ici Memory Game 830 Jack LaLanne Love is a Many Movie XVIioS 9 00 Sale cl the Century Splendored Thing Mmdinq the Mint 9 30 Galloping Gourmet 3 CO Dark Shadows 10 00 10 00 Audrey 3 30 General 10 30 Men al Law c 10 30 A World c That 11 30 Dick H 00 All My hUtlren t 30 Bevvitchfd TUESDAY 11 10 Mflkr Deal c 00 i Ii Perm Nmt 12 00 NewKwed Gami Nawj DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic National Store 3277244 Lethbridge SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre NO BLADE OF GRASS In Siairm Nigel Jean Wallace and Anthony Tuesday and March 16 and 17 Monday show at Restricted FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre TAKE THE MOSEY AND RUN In Starling Woody Allen and Janet Tuesdaj and March 16 and Monday show at 730 PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre In Starring Sophia Loren and Marcello Tuesday and Wed March 16 and 17 Monday show at p m Adult TABER Tower Theatre THE MOLLY MACUIRES In colci EUining Richard Harris and Sean Connery Tuesday and Wed March 16 and Monday shows at and p Gel more out of life Take Hie family to a movie GIVE YOUR FAMILY A TREAT Dine Out With Us Mealtime is fun time in our relaxed homey atmosphere and we hove a varied menu ii certain to please everyone ENJOY OUR LUNCHEON BUFFET SMORGASBORD Every Monday to Friday SERVED 12 TO 2 2 in our licensed Dining Room NO RESERVATIONS REQUIRED MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE PHONE 3275701 FM sound returns to air CALGARY ICP The FM sound in radio returned to tins city Monday with the official opening of Ow ncrs of the station stressed that the new firm is in no way related to the former CHFM station which went off the ail last The new Calgarys only locally owned broadcast is owned by the Eye opener Communications and will be on the air every I day from 6 lo mid i President and general man i agor is Thomas AL OEMING INTERNATIONALLY FAMOUS DIRECTOR OF ALBERTA GAME FARM PRESENTS WILD SPIEN Thrill to the mightiest wildlife epic ever filmed in North America from the Florida Everglades to the Bering Sea 2 hours of unsurpassed natural sound and original music score 4 years in the making Wildlife wonders never before filmed EL RANCHO CONVENTION CENTRE LETHBRIDGE 178 Admission Children and Students up lo 16 years An Unforgettable Evening For Everyone March Woods FAMILY NOW SHOWING and wat when 1 got up this mo 1 times s Adventures in Lewis Carroll DONALD SUTHERLAND as ALEX IN WONDERLAND Mm Hats presents DONALD SUTHERLAND and JEANNE MOTEAU ill ALEX IN WONDERLAND Written tv RWMlzurekyand Larry PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING AND SKATING SCHEDULE ADAMS PARK ICE CENTRE March Free Public Skating i Tt p March 17 Beginners Slating 6 308 00 p March Mothers nad Preschoolers Free Skating noon Public 200400 p Public Skating 7 009 00 p March 20 Pubhc Skating 00 4 00 p m March 21 Begmners Skotmq 1 00 230 p m Public Skatin 3 p m Family Skalinq 6 007 30 p CIVIC ICE CENTRE March 19 Public Slating CO6 00 p March 21 Begmnors Skating 1 CO 2 30 p Public Skating 3 CO5 00 NOTE Due to lethbridge Arena Fire the changes in Public Skating ore necessary tc accomodate activities normally held in the PUBLIC SWIMMING SCHEDULE FRITZ SICK POOL 17 NOON HOUR SWIM Public Swim Public Swim March 19 NOON HOUR SWIM Public Swim Public 7 009 00pm March 21 Family Swim March 22 NOON HOUR SWIM NOTE There will be no public swimming on March 1971 due to on important CanAmerican Competitive Swimming Meet bring held at the pool 12 001 00 p t 00530 p m 730930 400 1 00i 00 6 8 00 12 00 1 00 p ;