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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ToeiJay, Apill 18, 1973 THE IETHBRIDOE HERAIO 7 !TV HEGHLIGHTS; TU1JSDAY SI'OKT: Stanley Cup Sraii-riniils, p.m., C.li. 13 New York Hangers mcel the Black Hawks in Chicago. MOVIK DHAMA: p.m., Cll. 7. A 1971 dim about n jiarollcil Ijurglnr ivhn is trying lo start a new., lire but Ills plans include some old tricks. 1MOV1K BHAMA: C.lllc's Calmly, 10 p.m., I'll. 13. Cllicf Dan George is featured as a philosophical old Indian who re- fuses lo identify n killer. RKl'EAT I'llOGHA.MS: Hawaii Five-0, Mary Tyler Moore, Marcus MD, Tlie Persuaders. INTERVIKH1: Dnviil Frost, 12 midnight, Cll. 13. "The Gortfalhei': Fact and Ficlion" with guests Gay Talese, Mori Sahl, Al Ruddy and federal attorney George Iliggins. WEDNESDAY MOVIE DRAMA; "I.nilylrag 1 p.m., Cll. 7.. The dramatic effect of an atomic altack scare on a group of school children. MOVIK MVSTFHV: "Dance of I p.m., Cli. 13. A playboy hires a private eye to protect him against the vengeance of a hig-lime gangster. WILDLIFE: One iNnrllirrn Summer, p.m., Cll. 7. How birds manage to (lirive in the rugged wasteland of the Canadian Arctic. AllfUA'O Radio TV ANllLUO Program! by thi radio and telavltlon ttollem. Any variation In program Khodult b fa lott- chengai itollenj and it net mpen- tlbllrrjr cf Hsrhfd >r Anolo Dlttilbulori Stiree and Photographic Cinlw, CHEC Roger Channon with Con tempo rary Sports Morley McGill with Contemporary News TUESDAY NIGHT Dave B.C3 Darry McgianJ m. Jack TUESDAY NIGHT News, Checlme Leo Do.v Shaw 1J-DO Jchn Olivrr King World at iV John Walker Jchn Charles Drug PrvJcrbcr WEDNESDAY CDC Ucv.s EllioJ and Spar E'35 Phone Bill Shaw luu'i Wayne Carry Nev.'s, V.'calher Ncv.'S and Grain Prices Jack Thyi Parly Lina Jchn Walker ft.'DD Wcrld Bl Six WON. THRU SAT. Den Concerts (Deb CHEC FM -A- News Hourly Half Hour Ccnsle) Do B. CBR Rodio 1010 Calgary TUESDAY MIGHT TOrjO Pqfnl Counter- Eye Opcr.cr 4-03 'A'orld al Six fK''n1 Tllis Cour.iry ,.M i- i, 7, Nalians AS n R'ir--rl'i Land Provincial viU replace lone v.ilb the Wind as (be all- .me lop moneymaker." KNTIIti: INDUSTRY Such a performance is not nly good for Paramount, it clps (lit- entire industry. The itc David 0. Eolznick, producer t Gone with the once c marked: "A big hit helps everybody in he movie business. It stirs talk and yets people back into Die abil of tliealres." Oilier new films are scoring vith M1 hat's Up, Doc? a hilarious return lo the vaeky comedies of the 1930s; abaret, a diamond-hard view of life in pri.'-HHler Berlin; Si- cnt Running, a science-fiction !ilm which may be this year's Willard, Many of Hie strong 1D71 re- leases are still drawing well: fiddler on the Hoof, Dirly Harry, The Last Piclure Show, Tlic French Connection, A Orange, Diamonds are Forever, Nicholas ami Alex- andra. It is not only the jangle of box-office money thai lias brought Ihe new-found optim- ism. For the first lime in five years, most of (be film compa- nies appear to have their fi- nances, under conntroL unemployment continues to be endemic among studio workers. One union re- ported B2 per cent of its mem- bers without jobs. ILS.-Sovict pact near 011 grain, soybean sale MOSCOW (AP) An me-nt to sell 5-200 million v.orlb uf U.S. soybeans and grain a year lo (he Soviet Union may be completed when President Nixon visits Moscow next month U.S. Secretary of Agri- culture Earl Bulz indicated today. Butz said he suggested to So- viet Communist parly chief nid Brezhnev that Ihe Russians deliver Siberian oil and natural gas in payment for Ihe Ameri- can farm produce. "I got the impression Mr. Brezhnev would willing lo do '.his" he told a news confer- ence. The Russians plagued with erratic crop yields at homo want a 10-year grain purchase agreement Bulz sairf. A US. Irade delegation now in Moscow has pointed out lo them U.S. This is a TO BE OUR GUEST AND WIN ONE OF 6 FABULOUS WEEKENDS FOR TWO Accomodation Meals Recreation KOOTENAY FILM FESTIVAL JOIN US AT THE YATE5 CENTRE SUNDAY, APRIL 23, 1972 at p.m. KOOTENAY FILM FESTIVAL AWARD WINNING FILMS ABOUT BEAUTIFUL BRITISH COLUMBIA SKIING HOT SPRINGS WILDLIFE Pick Up Tickch at Your ALBERTA MOTOR ASSOCIATION OFFICE 903 3rd AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE congressional restrictions o n foreign credits and offered a Lhrcp year pacl, he added. 'We an; offering at Ibo prcstn! time tin; same credit terms we give to AVcslcrn na- tions. Its- the first limo we've ever done this here" the secretary said. The deal now under discussion "may well involve annual pur- chases of worth of soy- and coarse grains1' Butz paid. BuL this year's sale could be even larger because of Itus- sia's poor winter wheat harvest. Hulz said he had seen dust howl conditions during a visit la Ihe Crimea tins week and tho Soviet ir.inislcr of agrcultuxe Vladimir Matskcvich had spo- ken Lo him of the severe killing of winter wheat by frost and in- adequate snow cover this year. World meet on lourism under way MADRID (Router) The first world congicss ou air transport and tourism, a major international effort to ensure Llie vacationer Rets a fair deal from airlines, opened here Mon- day wilh a call for recognition the role of the charter flights in modern travel. The Spanish information and tourism minister, AHredo San chez Delia, whose ministry or- ganized Ihe four-day meeting told the 800 delegates that "we represent the lourism inter- ests of our government warn that we cannot continue with a transport system that was thought out for a long-past era.'7 He was referring to the 19J4 Chicago convention on inlcrna tional civil aviation and the im pact of non-scheduled services that have sprung up since then The convention had set lha prdtern for international nir travel but it had Ijecn drawn up before low-cost, charter trave was envisaged, the minister said. "We cannot any longer place the interests of our officially registered transports above Ihose of (he he added. Robert Binder of the United Slates department of transpor- tation said lie believes inlerna (ional agreement eventually wil he reached on Ihe extent I which scheduled services needed government protection from the competitive impact o charter operations. So lonfl as the scheduled air lines' competitiveness was no threatened, charter services should be allowed to grow freely to meet public demand, he said M'Cr.KAI? I'HOTESr HAMILTON meuteri New Zealand's Social Credit parti, announced plans Monday to sai a proles! vessel iulo Ihe Frcncl nuclcr.r-testing zone in Ihe Pa cific. Parly leader John O'Brien said Ihe move wr.s being mad "to hack up our constant al [cmpls to slop Ihe almosphcri testing of nuclear devices." His party hold no parliamentary seats despite polling the third- largest number of votes in re- cent elcclions. Today's' Showtimes PARAMOUNT Shorl Subjects "Carry on Henry VIII" JO.CO Complcle Show I'AII.AMOUNT CINKMA Short Subject a-.X> m Venice" Lnst Complete COM.KGK CIXE.MA Short Subjects "Fortune and Men's Eyes" Last Coiiiplrtr Show tlRKKN nniVl.-lN' Closed, Open npnm flsv Tonight and Wed. al and p.m. A KING-SIZE COMEDY ith the 'CARRY ON GANG' CARRY ON HENRY ADULT n COJLOff COLLEGE Tonight and Wed. or and p.m. "AS TIMELY AS TODAY'S HEADLINES'. A shocking and frank look of prison society and conditions against which inmates rebel..." FORTUNE RESTRICTED A nil IT SHKIIOH KSICEII1H PESIIVAt .I .MEWS EYES Language May Bo Objectionable To 5om CINIMA 4lh AVE Blh ST 3275100 Tonight and Week at ond p.m. UNEXPECTED BEAUTY AWAITS THE TRAVELER IN THE FABLED CITY OF LOVE, DIRK BOGARDi1-''CIATH llj VENICE" 71100 REIN ACRES SORRY FOLKS STARTS WEDNESDAY WOULD YOU BUY A USED SLAVE FROM THIS MANP James Garner LouGossett Susan Clark ADULT Galel cil p.m. Show S1arl! p.m Hi! No. "OMEGA ;