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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGHLIGHTS; TUESDAY SI'OKT: Stanley Cup Semi-finals, p.m., Cli. 13 New York Hangers meet the Black Hawks in Chicago. MOVIK DRAMA: p.m., Ch. 7. A 1971.. film aboul n jiarollcil Ijnrgbr who is trying (o slart a new., life but his plans include some olit tricks. MOVIK DRAMA: Cade's County, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. Chief Dan George is featured as a philosophical old Indian who re- fuses lo identify a killer. REPEAT I'llOGRAMS: Hawaii Five-0, Mary Tyler Moore, Marcus Welby, MD, The Persuaders. INTERVIEW: David Frost, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. "The Godfather: Fact and Fiction" with guests Gay Talese, Mort Sahl, A! Ruddy and federal attorney George Iliggins. WEDNESDAY MOVIE DRAMA: "Lailylnig 1 p.m., Ch. 7.. The dramatic effect of an atomic attack scare on a group of school children. MOVIK 5IYSTERY: "Dance of 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A playboy hires a private eye to protect him against the vengeance of a big-time gangster. WILDLIFE: One Northern Slimmer, 4i30 p.m., Ch. 7. How birds manage to tlurive in the rugged wasteland of (lie Canadian Arctic. Radio TV Listings Progromt Cre by the radio and telavltlon Any variation In projjram it due to latl- iritnujt chongei by stations and It net reipon- ilblltty of ihe Anolo Dlttiibulors Stores and Phetojjraphle Centre, Tic- CHEC if Roger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGill with Contemporary News Oil barge o pills diescl' into harbor NANAIMO, B.C., (CP) A lulf Oil Company barge, load- ed valli Dillons of var- ions types of bulk oil and gaso- line, was holed in three places in one of its tanks as it entered Nanalmo harbor and an un- known quantity of diescl oil was spilled into the harbor. Divers succeeded in patching the holes ami Ihe damaged tank was being pumped out. A Gull spokesman said the lank con- tained about gallons of diescl fuel. A department of fisheries spokesman said no damage was done to marine life but fish boats and pleasure craft were fouled by the oil, NY STARTS SKY PATROL NEW YORK (AP) Police using patrol cars to chase crim- inals in Brooklyn's Bcdford- Sluyvcsant section will get radio assistance from colleagues helicopters during a six-month "sky watch" experiment. Police Commissioner Patrick Murphji said the airborne officers woulc also help patrol Ibc area am direct patrol cars to scenes o: crime. Toeiday, April 18, 1972 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD 7 End of depression in sight Hollywood9s morale soars Hy TJOII THOMAS HOLLYWOOD CAP) With cautious optimism, loaders of the film industry arc beginning to talk about a possible end to the long depression that has plagued Holly wood. "It may be too early to cite a commented one studio chief, "but 1 think we're begin- ning to see sunlight." Nothing buoys local morale like an all-out smash hit. mou nt has one in The C od- father. Theatre grosses for The Cod- father have been not only record-breaking, but breath-tak- ing: nearly in the first week at five New York City the- atres; in (wo Los Ange- les in one week; for one week at a Buciia Park, Calif, drive-in. The French Connection, A Clockwork Orange, Diamonds are Forever, Nicholas'and Alex- andra. It is not only the jangle ol box-office money that has brought the new-found optim- ism. For Hie first time in five years, most of (he film compa- nies appear to have then1 fi- nances under conntrol. unemployment continues to be endemic among studio workers. One union re- ported 82 per cent of its mem- bers without jobs. INGRID'S GIRL If there's a resemblance between Isabella Rosscllini and a certain world-famous actress, it's understandable. Isabella is the daughter of Ingrid Bergman and Italian director Roberto Rossellini. Following her parents into a film career, Isabella is a production assistant on a picture currently being filmed by her father in Italy and Algeria. ___ U.S.-Sovict pact near a Paramount spokes- Tlierc's no doubt that Musical slide rule TUESDAY MIGHT Dave Darry Hegland 1 a.m. Jack TUESDAY NIGHT World a! o1x John Walker John Charges Drug Andersen WEDNESDAY CBC News Jim Elliot WEDNESDAY Buryl Clark CJQC News, Weal her and Sporls Phone Bill Show Wayne Barry Prote Neon News, Weather and Sports CHEC FM Checline Leo Dow 5f John Oliver Dave King News and Grain Prices Jack Parly Una John Walker World al Six News Hourly Wthr. Half Hour WON. THRU SAT. Den Mac Mas for Concerts (Bob A: CO Don a.m. Hedman Sign-Off CBR Rcidio 1010 Calgary TUE ener World at Six As ir Happens Tuesday Nfghl News, Sports, V.'lJir From The Capitals Eya Op, Five NIghls a WaeX Wortd a This Nalians Land Rock Provincial Afla! Radio Nocn Schools Max Ferguson Home Run World al Six WEDNESDAY We htive them Sony 12" and 17" COLOR By JIM groups and found it difficult ST. ALBERT, AHa. (CP) em ory work for students of lusic no longer is explain scales to more than one child at a time. So she e-signed large chart with sliding ays piano teacher 'I found students learned ukay. Mrs, Lukay, mother of three, as invented a slide rule which liows all llic major and minor cales, their degrees and rela-lonship to eacli other. The slide rule is a simple de-ice with scales printed on both ides of a piece of cardboard tic) encased in a plastic, win-owed sheath. By moving the ardboard up and down, the stu-ent can determine the various calcs and positions of sharps nd things which usually ave to be committed to with the chart. Soon they started asking if tSiey could get charts of their own." Mrs. Lukay's husband, Frank, is a consulting engineer and last summer they decided to design a smaller pocket-size slide rule. Mrs. Lukay did the technical design, her husband the artistic design, and they started lo market the product early this year. Sales were good during the first month and tlie Lukays plan to distribute the slide rule across Canada. LOGIC frs Luka v, who way Louise has ar- nusic in schools In this town the scales shows there nilcs north of Edmonton, logic behind all those lie slide rule helps ulvanced or beginners to understand the total system says Mr. Lukay. "Nobody has shown the different relationship of the scales as she scales and 'keys. Too often 1 c n t s memorized of students can use sc ales without re ally slide rule to drill each other standing the knowledge of the scales, says About three years ago, Lukay. Lukay began leaching like flash cards for arith- YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SEE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR 1 A r tf Q RADIO AND J IV 302 53lh ST. metic. And there are so many hings you can figure out for music on this. "I '.earned an awful lot my- self, just from designing it." Mr. Lukay gives instruction in structural engineering at the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology and he says stu- dents learn more quickly from logical lessons than from mem- Said man: The G o d a t h e r will replace Gone v.ith the Wind as (he all- time lop moneymaker." AIDS KXTIKE INDUSTRY Such a performance is not only good for Paramount, it helps (he entire industry. The late David 0. Selznick, producer of Gone with the Wind, once remarked: "A big hit helps everybody in the movie business, ft stirs talk and gets people back into the habit of going to tbeatres." Other new films are scoring with Doc? wacky comedies of the 1930s; Cabaret, a diamond-hard view of life in pre-HHler Berlin; Si- lent Running, a science-fiction film which may be this year's Willard. Many of the strong 1971 re- leases are still drawing well: Fiddler on (lie Roof, Dirty Harry, The Last Picture Shaw, filmgocrs: What's Up, a hilarious return to the Oil MOSCOW (AP) An agree- ment (o sell S200 million worth of U.S. soybeans and grain a year to the Soviet Union may he completed when President Nixon visits Moscow next month U.S. Secretary of Agri- culture Earl Butz indicated today. Butz said he suggested to So- viet Communist party chief Leo- nid Brezhnev that the Russians deliver Siberian oil and natural gas in payment for the Ameri- can farm produce. "I got the impression Mr. Brezhnev would be willing (o do this" he told a news confer- ence. Tiic Russians plagued with erratic crop yields at homo vvant a 10-year grain purchase agreement Butz said. A U.S. .radc delegation now in Moscow lias pointed out to them U.S. ory work. "The more a student under- stands music, (he more he en- joys says Mrs. Lukay. "If he doesn't understand it, (he more he becomes confused." The slide rule can be used for learning any instrument, she says, and is valuable for trans- posing music lor different in- struments. we give to Western na- Its the first timo congressional restrictions o n 'orcign credits and offered t hree year pact, he added. 'We are offering at the present time the same credit lerms lions. we've ever done this here" the secretary said. The deal now under discussion "may well involve annual pur- chases of worth of .soy- beans and coarse grains" Butz said. But this year's sale could be even larger because of Rus- sia's poor winter wheat harvest. FUitz said he had seen dust bowl conditions during a visit to the Crimea tills week and tho Soviet minister of agrculture Vladimir Matskevich had spo- ken to him of the severe killing of winter wheat by frost and in- adequate snow cover this year. World meet on tourism under The world's finest color TV. Featuring fhe new "Trinitron" single gun picture tube. You have got to see it to believe it! See the complete Sony line ol ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Sleieo ar.ct Centet SHi it. S. Phono 328-6922 SOUTHERN ALBERTA .THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "SODOM AND GOMORRAH" In color starring Stewart Granger and Pier Angoli. Tuesday, April 18 only. Show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre color starring Jason Robanis and Katherine Ross. Tuesday, April 18. Show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "VON RICKENTOFF AND BROWN" in color starring John Philip Law nnd Don Stewart. Tuesday, April 18. Shows at and p.m. Adult. Trial date stands for hockey men VANCOUVER Hollywood Squares Family Mrjvle Jfcp.irdy (cl Lucy Shf.w fcl 10-co NCAS V.'ho, WhaL Where Arnaleur's Shs.v Gtime lo Love (c) Kcv.i My Three Sen! (c) i Ou crscl NBC NewJ News fcl Burnelt World Tirrnj crws, (ct .11-1 The KFRB-TV Greal Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) 0 K'cws Newlyv.'Cd Gam TUESDAY NIGHT It! ifii Coutfeau Ksnnflro Din.ih's Place J.lcX LitL.inna fcl Hews (c) Secret Storm One LHe to Our Lives. rrnDl General Hospllnl r) is 3.00 Thrcf on A Dftlint] Game Split 'Sffcnnd (O l A'.y Cnlidren 'ta e Deal tc) Thisi MADRID (Rcuter) The first world congress on air transport and tourism, a major international effort to ensure tlie vacationer gets a fair deal from airlines, opened here Mon- day with a call for recognition o! the role of tlie charier flights in modern travel. The Spanish information and tourism minister, Alfredo San- chez liella, whose ministry or- ganized the four-day meeting told the 800 delegates that "we who represent the tourism inter- ests of our government warn lliat wo cannot continue with a transport system that was thought out for a long-past era.' He was referring to the 194- Chicago convention on intcrna tional civil aviation and the im pact of non-scheduled services that have sprung up since then Tlie convention had set the pattern for international ai travel but it had lieen drawn up before low-cost, charter trave was envisaged, the minister said. "We cannot any longer place the interests of our officially registered transports a 1) o v e those of the he added. Robert Binder of the United States department of transpor- tation said he believes interna tional agreement eventually wil he reached on the extent I which scheduled service needed government protectioi from the competitive impact o charter operations. So long as the scheduled air lines' competitiveness was no threatened, charter service should be allowed to grow freel to meet public demand, he saic is a -TO BE OUR GUEST AND WIN ONE OF 6 FABULOUS WEEKENDS FOR TWO Accomodatron Meals 9 Recreation KOOTENAY FILM FESTIVAL JOIN US AT THE YATE5 CENTRE SUNDAY, APRIL at p.m. KOOTENAY FILM FESTIVAL AWARD WINNING FILMS ABOUT BEAUTIFUL BRITISH COLUMBIA SKIING HOT SPRINGS WILDLIFE Pick Up Tickets a) Your ALBERTA MOTOR ASSOCIATION OFFICE 903 3rd AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE NUCLEAR T'HOTEST HAMILTON' (Reuteri Nci Zealand's Social Credit part; announced plans Monday lo sa' a protest vessel into (lie Frcnc miclcar-tcsling zone in tlie Pa cific. Party leader John O'Bric said the move was being maci "to hack up our constant (cmnls to slop Ihe almospheri testing of nuclear devices." His party liold no parliamentary .seats despite polling the third- largest number ol votes in re- cent elections. Tonight end Wed. at and p.m. A KING-SIZE COMEDY the 'CARRY ON GANG' CABRYON ADULT Tonight and Wed. ot and p.m. "AS TIMELY AS TODAY'S HEADLINES! A shocking and frank look of prison society and conditions against which inmates rebel..." FORTUNE AND MEN'S ETOS ME.TROCOt.Ofl Language May Bo ObfeclionabU To CINEMA 4th'AVE A 8th ST 327510O Tonight and Week ot and p.m. UNEXPECTED BEAUTY AWAITS THE TRAVELER IN THE FABLED CITY OF LOVE. -fH'ONJE 71100 REEN ACRES Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Carry on Henry VIII'1 Las! Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINKMA Short Subjects "Dc-atli in Venice'1 Complete Show COM-KGK CIXEMA Short Subjects "Fortune and Men's Eyes" Last Complete Show tHiKK.N ACMK.S DRIVl'.-lN' Closed, Open again flsv SORRY FOLKS CLOSED STARTS WEDNESDAY WOULD YOU BUY A USED SLAVE FROM THIS MANP James Garner LouGossett Susan Clark Hil No. ADULT Slarts p.m. "OMEGA ;