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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ITV HIGHLIGHTS! THURSDAY Sl'OIlT: Basketball, 7 Cli. 0. The East atitt Mid- east NCAA champions clash in a semi-final round game. SPECIAL: Income Tax Tcsl, 8 p.m., Ch. 7. This quiz show will help you cheek on some of the items you can, or can't, deduct. SPECIAL: Wayne Ncvlon, p.m., Ch. 13. Waynes' list of guests include Julie Amato, Leland Palmer, Jack Duffy, Steve Weslon, Marilyn Stewart and Peggy Malion. MOVIE COMEDY: "Norlli to 9 p.m., Cll. 7. A comedy adventure about two prospectors competing for the same girl. SPECIAL: p.m., Ch. 13. James Stewart and Helen Hayes star Ln this whimsical comedy adapted for TV. Here Come ihe 70s and The Bold Ones are pre-empted. MOVIE MELODRAMA: p.m., Cll. 7. A Bri- lish engineer working in Spain finds himself drawn into an affair with a pyromaniac. INTERVIEW: David Krosl, 12 midnight, Cr. 13. Capital punishment is the topic in a donate with experts in various fields. FRIDAY MOVIE MUSICAL: "Has Anybody Seen My t Ch. 7. A man bequeaths to the family of the girl, now deceased, who rejected his marriage proposal. MOVIE COMEDY: "But Not For 1 p.m. Cll. 13. A stage struck secretary chases after her boss, a washed-up Broadway producer half her age. ANGLO'S Proaramt ore listed by the radio and television tlallanf. Any variation In program schedule h due to last- mlnule chenges by Ihe stations and Is not'the respon- sibility oftha Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo end Phojoarophlc Centre. CHEC Tic- Roger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morlcy McGill with Contemporary News THURSDAY NIGHT FRIDAY Dave King AiOO Bury! Clark Barry Hegland Sports Jack Newfeld C heel ins Leo Dow John Oliver Dave King CJOC if THURSDAY NIGHT Doug Anderson Wayne Barry A.muwiri at A Show Probe 1210 6.00 World at t> FRIDAY Mews, Wthr, Sporl Rob Ingram Show jjm tiiiol and Grain Request Adlon CBC News Prices .-i.. ?.jr) News, Wrhr. Sport Phone Bill Show es on John Walker Sho LtnB Rob Ingr, CHEC FM News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour WftH TMPH SAT WON. THRU SAT. Don McfAaster Oort A'.acMaster Don Hedrnan Sign-OK C8R Radfo 1010 Calgary THURSDAY NIGHT Prairie Chamber World al Eight Home Run Music tye Opener World at Six News World at 9 As it Happens Winnipeg QrchGilra This Ccunlry 12-03 Radio Neon Take il From He ____ ._......_ _._ ._._ 2i30 Max Ferguson Five Nights a Week Eye Opener World al Six Winnipeg Orth? -wusicicope News, Wlhr, Spoi Hews, Wthr, El wood Glover From the Cnpllats FRIDAY Five Nights a Week Eye Opener SONY TC-124 CS PORTABLE STEREO CASSETTE RECORDER Faolurei; 4 IcacV stereo, 2 track mono, 2 external speakers, built-in speaker, separate volume and lone controls, push button operation, mfcrophone and ouxi- liary inputs, "one point" stereo micro- phone with micro- phone, earphone, leather carrying case, bolferics. SUGGESTED RETAIL 249-95 See the Dick Van KRTV Greaf Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9} THURSDAY NIGHT World As World Turns News Salufe Agriculture News (c) News ToOay Shov; (c> The DocFors (c) Today Menlana Another World a: 30 Con cm I rali on Bay City Safe cf Century Edge of Miqht Hollywood Squares Love American Jeopardy (c) Style Game (c) Show fO Gamer Pyls lc> Dick Var. Dyke My Three Sons NCAA Serr Finals (c) 9 00 Flip Wilson tc) News (c) Tonight FRIDAY Underslandlng Our Somerset Me KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) THURSDAY NIGHT News CO News Brady Suneh [c) Movie: Premiss Her Anvlhing Owen Marshall TV-5 Neivs Don Rtcklei Movie: The SarxJpifXr FRIDAY Lets. Make d Deal Farm Ncwlywcd Gama News (cl Captain Kangaroo Secret Storm DJnah'i Prace (el One Life lo Live Jack LaLanne Days of Our Li Gairopinu Goyrmef General Hospital That Girl Threr> on a Match Where the Heart li Dalirio, Game (c> News Split Second Search Bewitched (f-) Tomorrow Password LO All My Children COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SWIMMING and SKATING SCHEDULE SWIMMING FRITZ SICK POOL Friday, March NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. Public Swimming p.m. Salurday, March Public Swimming p.m. Sunday, Mofch 26 Public Swimming p.m. Family p.m. Montfoy, March NOON HOUR SWIM p.m. SKATING ADAMS PARK ICE CENTER friday, March 7A Molhers Free Skating Noon Public Skating 7.00- p.m. Saturday, March Si- Public Skating................. p.m. Public Skaling p.m. Sunday, March 26- Beginncrs Skaling p.m. Public Skaling p.m. Family Skaling p.m. HENDERSON PARK ICE ARENA Saturday, March 25 Public Skaling 200- p.m. Monday, March 27- frcc Public Slating 00- 5 30 p.m. CIVIC !CE CENTRE Friday, Marth Free Public Skalm-, J 00- 3.30 p.m. Salurdoy, March 25- Public Skaling p.m. Sunday, March Beginners Skating p.m. Public Skoling p.m. NOTE: There will be no Public Skating ot ihe Henderson Park tee Cenfre Friday evening, March 2-ilh from p.m. due 1o previous booking commit- ments. NEW YORK (Center) Sym- hony conductor Vladimir jyl.sclnnynii, wlio died in New i'ork March I, Icfl an estate cs- imalcd r.t it was dis- closed when his will vas submit led for probate in Manhattan surrogate court. Golschmann, 78, was born in 'aris jof Russian parents, lie was conductor of the SI. Louis Symphony Orchestral 'roni 1931 to 1937 and also ap-i peared as guest conductor with orchestras in a number ol other major U.S. cities. ilc loft his entire eslale lo his i (vidow, Odette Golschmaiin. LOS ANGIiLKS (AP) The county coroner's office said today thai Marilyn Maxwell apparently died of natural causes and that no autopsy will be performed. The 49-year-old actress was found dead in her Beverly Hills home Monday wearing the clothes she had worn to a movie the night before. A doctor signed a dentil certi- ficate indicating Miss Maxwel died of iin apparent heart at- lacki a The actress had hcen under a s doctor's care for about a year for high blood pressure and pul- monary disease. Passport Photos ConaW WttUlngi fictvrt Framing Photo SuppllM A. E. CROSS STUDIO 338-0111 710 3rd Avt. S." Phone 338-02J2 YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV I A f K RADIO AND TV J V. IX J 302 ST N Long hair biggest hangup in film extras business THE EL RANCHO CABARET -PRESENTS- (from CAIGARY) THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY Thursday Cabaret EVERYONE ADMITTED FREE II] HOLLYWOOD (AP> Bob K i n d e r 1 o n of Independent Casting, one of the four agen- cies that cast extras for mov- ies and television, was asked to supply 60 young men to play Second World War sol- diers in a flashback sequence of Paramount's Save the Tiger. Kinderlon winced. Finding extras to play soldiers and po- licemen is his hardest assign- ment nowadays. They have to have short hair. Most of the young men in the Screen Extras Guild keep their hair long out of personal preference and for roles in contemporary shows and westerns. "Long hair has been our biggest observes Kinderlon. "Extras don't like to get their hair cut for just one day's work." For Save the Tiger Kinder- Ion was able to find only 22 shorthaircd men through the guild. He finally got Ihe rest of his soldiers-extras among the short-haired athletes at Pomona College. "What's really said Doug Dakin of Central Cast- ing "is finding a guy with a crew cut." "You have to pay Ihem an extra and guarantee a week's work tz get it cut that short." The movie extra works on a day-to-day basis, for which the daily rate is If he supplies his own clothes or un- ii'orm the pay is A spe- cial piece of action without dialogue brings a day. 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 53 NUMBERS 2nd BONUS JACKPOT IN 48 NUMBERS NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS AUOWEDI PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS Thursday, March Juleps Friday, March Solurday, March Cannctians Muiiro expects success in Quebec talks OTTAWA (CP) Welfare Minister John Munro said Wednesday he expects success in negotiations Quebec to give the province conditional control over administration of family allowances within its borders. He said in a Commons reply to Gordon Fair-weather Fundy-Royal) thai Quebec's re- action to Prime Minister Tru- deau's proposal on family allow- ances has been favorable. Mr. Trurieau's proposal woulc permit Quebec to determine within limits, the amount of fed- eral family allowance cheques going lo Quebec residents. Mr. Fairweather also asked the government vsill pro- ceed with the legislation, which would increase family allow- ances to poorer and larger fam- ilies and eliminate them for the well-to-do. Mr. Munro sairl all parlies will decide when the measures comes up for debate in (tie Outside Ihe Iloue, informants said the bill will not come be- fore the CommoRS until after the Easter recess, scheduled to end April 10. Vote favors request on biliiimialism MONCTON, N.B. (CP) City council has voted to take "under advisement" requests for more French language services at city hall. Six councillors attending the meeting voted in favor of a mo- tion that the mayor and eight councillors study the matter, re- porting findings or recommen- dations through council. Council made is decision after listening to several speakers on bilingual cervices at city hall. The council chamber and an ad- jacent corridor were jammed during the meeting, but there were no incidents. Last month, people dem- onstrated after council voted to table the matter of bilingual rights and to lake no immediate action on the requests from Acadians. About 35 per cent of this city's residents are French- speaking. KIDDIES' SATURDAY AFTERNOON MATINEE ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT P.M. DOORS OPEN AT P.M. ON THE SCREEN IN "TDflf" IN COLOR I KUw COLOR WITH JOAN CRAWFORD PLUS 40 MINUTES OF BUGS BUNNY CARTOONS ALL SEATS THIS SHOW NEED PERMIT STIRLING (UN'S) A per- son planning to build anytliing J permanent vvilhin the village is asked lo first conUict Mm town nfficc to obtain a permit. THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL In The LOUNGE SONGS BY "RIA" EVERY NIGHTI IN THE OUTRIDER TAVERN "The Ray Review" NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT (fHURS., FRIDAY, SAT.) COUEGE TONITE thru SAT. One Show Only ol p.m. tone fendo donold toftd f C klwfce LOTS OF GUYS SWING WITH A CAU GIRL LIKE BREE. ONE GUY JUST WANTS TO KILtHER. RESTRICTED ADULT H1T 'McCabe and Mrs. Miller IN COIOR TocJay's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "French Connection" Last Complete. Show 5.30 t'AR.AMOyNT ri.MOIA Short Suhjecls "Billy Last Complete Show COF.I.EOE MNKM.A "McC.ihe and Mrs. Miller" One C'omplele Show WASREN BEA11Y and JULIE CHRISTIE Note; Due to length of Ibis program one complete ihow only al p.m. Saturday first show at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT il A KNOCKOUT POLICE NOW SHOWING nnd p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT Just a person wno protects children and oilier living things Tonite and Fri. nt oni p.m. ;