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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, March 51, 1972 THE 1E1HBRIDGE HHAID ITV HIGHLIGHTS! TUESDAY MOVIE DHAMA: "Women In p.m., Cli. 7. Ida Lupino as a sadistic prison matron and a parole offi- cer who becomes a convict to investigate conditions behind bars. CRIME DKAMA: Cade's Collnly, p.m., Ch. 13. A whodunit with Barbara Hush as an accused murderer trap- ped in a well of circumstantial evidence. COMEDY: Carol Burnett Show, p.m., Ch. 7. Karen Black, Vicki Lawrence and Paul Lynde are special guests. Si'ECrAL: F.ibuluus Forties. 0 p.m., Ch .9, Tennessee Ernie Ford hosts this show saluting musicals of the Forties. PROFILE: Telescope, p.m., Ch. 7. The success story of the Norman Campbell-Don Harron musical "Anne of is traced. SPECIAL: Images o! Canada, 10 p.m., Ch. 7. "The Craft of first of two programs focusing on Canada's social and cultural history. INTERVIEW: Davlil Frost, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Joe Frazier is among tonight's special guests. WEDNESDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "All Thai Heaven 1 p.m., Ch. 7. A widow becomes the target of local gossip after she falls in love with her gardener. MOVIE DRAMA: 1 p.m., Ch. 13. Tile legend of Salome and John the Baptist. WILDLIFE: One Northern Summer, p.m., Ch. 7. Films of reindeer giving birth, a seal hunt on the Arctic ice and the government tagging of wildlife. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Proflrami listed hjr (he iadlo and television tlcllonu minute thongef by the ttatloni and not the respon- sibility of Ihe Henrid or Anglo DIttflb'ulon Stereo end Photographic Centre. CHEC Hogcr Charmon with Contemporary Sports Morley McOill with Contemporary News TUESDAY MIGHT Dave Kmq Carry Hcglanrf a.m. Jack TUESDAY NIGHT World at Rob Ingram John Walker Doug Anderson WEDNESDAY CBC News Jim Elliot WEDNESDAY Buryl Clark c-ioc [Jews, Weafrier Sporla Phone Dill Show Wayne Barry 12rCO Probe 1210 Noon Farm NCVJS, Weal her and Sports CheclTne Leo Dow St John Oliver Dave King 1 :DO Nevi'5 and Grain Prfccs Jack ThYI Party Una Rob Ingram World at Six MOW. THRU SAT. Ocn MacMaster [Boh CHEC FM if News Hourly Wlhr. Half Hour Cor.sle) Don a.m Hedman Sign-Oft .CBR Rodio 1010 Calgnry TUESDAY NIGHT ThiJ Country World al Six IV" OrehKlral Concerts BustnK II Happen, Provincial Alfa Tuesday Nicfht WEDNESDAY Kdd'D Noun Froin Ihe" Cspllals World ,il 8 fAax F'erouscn Prairie' Recital'" Vr'orld dt 9 af Six SONY TC-124 CS PORTABLE STEREO CASSETTE RECORDER Fea lures: 4 stereo, 2 Iraek mono, 2 external speakers, hinlt-fn speaker, scporatc volume and tone controls, push butron operation, niirrophono and auxi- Jiary Inpufi, "one point" stereo micro- phone wilh s switch, micro- phone, carpVione, leather carrying case, batteriei. SUGGESTED RETAIL See the complete Sony line at ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Stetco and tPkotopiaptilc Centet 419 51-h M. S. Phone 328-6922 CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevtsion Ch. 6) TUESDAY NIGHT Teltprobe 7 11 :CO Sesame Slrcel "Irufh cr Char.qinq V.'ortd Town qucnccs (c) Under Attack Movie- All 9jjO Telcrccpc Suinmt-r (c) Irnaqfi n[ Giav.r Truth or tci Cnc-7 llclcr.ft CFCN-TV Lcthbridge Channel 13 (Cablevisicn Ch. TUESDAY NIGHT David Frcs.t Ed Affen (c) k WEDNESDAf Pierre Derlon ThcL-ght fcr Day Cad-3'5 County Urviversiry c' Air Beat the Clock Massive mail hunt under way TORONTO massive manhunt is under for three "paid arsonists" who police- arc responsible for Saturday night's fatal bombing in Toron- to's Little Italy district in Hie northwest section oC the city. The blast which demolished a building housing a supermar- ket, travel ngcncy and a real estate office, claimed (he life of Maria Simone, a 45-year-old cleaning woman and mother of three children. Police said Monday they have the names of three sus- pects and believe they may find one of them in the ruins of the building that was engulfed in flames following the explo- sion. Five others were injured in the blast that cracked walls and shattered windows as far as two blocks away. Sixty fire- men fought the flames for more than three hours. Host seriously hurt was Paulo Quaranta who is in hos- pital with two broken legs and a broken arm. UUIUED IN DEBRIS He was found buried up to liis neck in debris near the gro- cery store's delivery truck by Constable Tan Leslie who, with help from passers-by, dug him out with his bare bands. Police refused to speculate on whether the explosion may be linked to any of Ihe five previous bombings in Toronto's Italian community since 1969. MORE BEER Australian beer exports In- creased to almost three million gallons in 1970-71 from less than two million gallons in 1369-70. STIUCK Folksingcr Cordon Liglitfool says he is suffering from Bell's palsy. Liglitrnnt, 33, told more than fans at Massey Hull in Toronto thai Hie affliction has resulted in a temporary paralysis of the muscles of the left side of his face. He is unable to blink one eye or use Ms mouth properly. Rich Little9s act ivoivs em By F.IINEST HranUord Expositor BRANTFORD, Ont. (CP) Comic Rich Little's impression of Jotm Diefunbaker's French "ndclrcss to the people ol Quebec" is still his most-re- quested act by Canadian audi- ences. Little's jaw-quivering and head-shaking rendition of Can- ada's former prime minister ex- pounding bad French towers, in terms of audience reaction, ranks above impressions ol most American personalities. A recent presentation here by Little included impressions Canadians Robert Sfnnfield, Prime Jlinisler Trudeau and an- other former prime minister, Lester Pearson. Of these, he said, interest in the Trudeau impression was waning. Ho also includes in his reper- toire impressions of such famil- iar Americans as John Wayne, Richard Nixon, George and Jack Benny. For the last 10 years, Little, a native- of Ottawa, has lived in [he United Slates, where he lias Chess title on the line AMSTERDAM (AP) The world chess title match between reigning champion Boris Spas- sky of the Soviet Union and his United States challenger Robert Fischer starts in Belgrade, Yu- goslavia, June 22, it was de- cided here Monday. Also at stake besides the title is in prize money, 72.5 per cent going to the winner and the remainder to the loser, a spokesman for the Interna- tional Chess Federation said. After 12 games the site switches to Reykjavik, Iceland, where the title contest will be continued Aug. 6. Tlie details worked out at a meeting of representatives of the Yugoslav, Icelandic, Rus- sian and American chess feder- ations. I Chief referee mil be the West j German grandmaster Lothar Sclimid. If the final ends in a 12-12 draw. Spassky will retain his world title and the prize money will be evenly split between the two grandmasters. made records, appeared on sev- eral television shows, and made movies. "There's more of everything in the he says. "The better-known I become there, the more I'm asked to appear back in Canada." At least once a year, lie re- turns to Ottawa to see his mother. "She's a typical mother, and she's always interested in what I wear." He said thai while his career as a comedian and impression- ist was going welt at the mo- ment, he still had R great deal of ambition. "I can't put my finger on what 1 finally want to acliieve. I think that eventually I would like my own television series." I Little says that U he hadn't; made it as a comedian, he would probably have turned to broadcasting, or reiurned to singing. "I've been singing since I was 15 years old, That's before 1 started impressions.1' He recently pushed his Burns brother Fred, a resident of To-1 "I think Fred is my nearest, onto the David Frost tele- j rival. If we joined forces wo vision show, v. here Fred also j would be the Little Brothers, was acclaimed an impressive but we would be (all in the sad- mimic, idle." MOVlfS'irou' CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "WHERE EAGLES DARE" in color starring Richard Burton, Clint Eastwood and Mary Urc. Tuesday, March 21. Show at p.m. Adull. PINCHER CREEK-Fcx Theatre "T. R. BASKIN" In color starring Candice Bergen and Peter Boyle. Tuesday and Wednesday, March 21 and 22, Tuesday show at p.m. suitable for child- ren YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV I A If C RADIO AND TV J M V- O 302 i3ih ST, N. Marcus VJe'. Dcclcr In Ihi Ian Tyscn Pcrsuflden News stein the Good S FaihiDfis in Sewing Anything You Can FamiSy Affair Rucfcstifit (O Lucy 51-iQ.v KRTV Groaf Falls Channel 3 {Cablevislon Ch. 9) TUESDAY NIGHT Tet'ay tn Montana Another World 6'MArfam 17 of Night a-M Hawefl RVP-O 5alQ D' n'B Century Lovp American Gunsmoka NBC Nightly NCJV Hews (c) Carol Burnett KFBB-TV Grent Channel 5 (CablevJsion Ch. 11) Movie: CongMlul tiwis, It's a Boy Marcus We I by News (t> Arnie WEDNESDAY News Dinah's PJace (c) Secret Storm Jack L_at_anri9 One Life lo Audrey (c) Our Lives Galloping Gourmet General Hospital Where Heart Is on a Match lOrlS Ne'.vs (c> Dating Garm Scarcfi lar Split Secor.d (c) lliC3 A'H W.y 'children U.30 a Deal (cl Nent tuu An Adventure lor the Whole Family! A RAINDOV; ADVENTURE FILM Fiodwced trj' CHUCK XEEN B.C. welfare rates raised VICTORIA (CP) Welfare recipients in British Columbia will get G.5-per-cent increases in provincial government aid effective April 1, Rehabilitation Minister Phil Gaglardi an- nounced Monday. The minis! er s aid the in- creases will apply to all cate- gories of social assistance pay- ments, to the old-age pension supplement and to payments for foster children. The increases will cost be- tween million and million a year, Mr, Gaglardi said. The new social assistance monthly rate for a single person will be increased by to for a married couple by to for a married couple with one child by to and for a married couple with two children by to The maximum supplementary p.llowance fcr old-age pension- ers will be increased by to SFANY FIKES Forest fires destroyed acres of wood in Italy in 1971, more than double the yearly av- erage for the last decade. PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "French Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Billy Jack" Last Complete Show COLLEGK CINEMA "Wilderness Journey" Last Complete Show ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL Presents the BALLET Sunday, March 26 8 p.m. Yafes Memorial Centre Tickets ot LEISTERS: Adults Students NOW SHOWING ot and p.m. Nominated for 8 academy awards including "BEST PICTURE" THE NIFTIEST CHASE SEQUENCE SINCE SILENT "A KNOCKOUT POLICE STARTS TOMORROW ONE DAY ONLY MAYFAIR CARDSTON Adults JI.75 and Under 75c CaOfi BY DE LUXE" NOW SHOWING and p.m. Just a person who 1 protects children and other living things f u I I il fTi Vni TONITE thru THURS. TONIGHT GOOD LOOKING" CFCN TELEVISION Jane Fonda and Julie Christie are both nominated for "Best Actress" who will win? lone tencFo donciki LOTS OF GUYS SWING WITH A CAUGIRL LIKE BREE. ONE GUY JUST WANTS TO KIILHER. name 1LBII V WPS RESTRICTED ADULT ENTERTAINMENT NOTE: Due to length of complete show only at p.m. ;