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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta carry hockey TORONTO (CP) The announced Friday it has de- cided lo allow its affiliated .sta- tions to U' games in the National Hockey League playoffs if they wish. Tliu opening games in the rie.s between Toronto Maple Leafs and Host on Ilruins and Montreal Caniuliens ond New York dangers have bccli shown only on the CTV network and CKC's French language net- work. This arrangement meant an estimated one million hockey fans In Canada were unable to sec the games because CTV lions reach only 80 per cent of Ihe CUC's possible audience. The CMC earlier released Us rights to all quarter-final games to CTV heeiuisc of a strike by its technicians which prevented CBC from providing coverage. The CDC said Fvlay iL de- cided lo allow its sla- tions to join with the CTV net- work for the panics following consultation with representa- tives of the stations, ACUiEVCY JIOUJS RIGHTS It said it hopes any affiliate that wishes Lo televise the games will he accommodated by MncLarcn Advertising Agency which holds the rights lo all NHL games in Canada. The CBC said the release of its affiliates to televise the panics applies only to (lie re- maining quarter-final games and "without, prejudice to ily right lo transmit Ihe Stanley Cup semi-finals and finals-1' CTV announced Thursday its national network will alternate games between the two series while CKTO Toronto and CKCO Kitchener would carry all To- ronto-IJoston Raines awl CFCF Montreal all Montreal-New York Games. The national network is sched- uled to televise Toronlo-Bo.slnn games Saturday and Tuesday and Montreal-New York games on Sunday and Thursday. Toronto and iioston arc tied 1-1 in their scries while New York leads Montreal 2-0. If the Montreal-New York scries ends before Thursday, the national network will switch to the oilier series if it is still goiiiK- II has not been decided which game will be televised nation- ally if both scries require a S game on Sunday, April 1G. Snlurduy, April 8, THE LETHHRIDGC HtRALD 13 NUN rONVICTKl) Sislcr Klizubrll] McAlislcr, one of si-vpii in ,in nllpg- cd bonili kitinap conspiracy trial, smiles at a news eon- Icrcnce in the federal build- ing in HnrnslMirjf, I'n., a Frdt-ral jury conviclecl her ami I'alher IMiillii tm t'hargi'S nf loiters in ami out of a federal peni- tentiary. gap sensitive Canada issue PoJioc join pension pn EDMONTON (CP) The Ed- monton Police Assnelntion has agreed to join with other civic employees in a pension plan. An enabling bylaw on [lie agree- ment is lo go before oily coun- cil Monday night. Hv CAHILY I-'ATKUAMIN OTTAWA fCP' The SUM- Bested I'ctail price of a typical 197] four-door automobile with a six-cylinder engine in tliu United Stales was For the same Onadian woulrl havo hud 'v p.iy (lie of So. I fit) in U.S cur- rency. neliind those FIJ'IIITS lies ;v ul calculations and sensi- tive international issues. Cana- dian officiiils iuc attempting to determine wliellier the extent, nf the price differential is juMificd iwd uliclhcr it can be; icduccvl. vSnme observers have sng- pe.sfcd thai recent ium'itbes in the differential m n Ihe auto makers higher nrofils and mailing their tions jnore profitable than those in flip U.S. But auto makers disagree, i'titi! ti'i'icle (lificinl said Friday that j lias no informiiUvjn to refute them. The North American auto in- dustry is a ifcnsimv topic in Cannda-U.S. relnlions, with the U.S. saying tluit Canada derives too nmch benefit from the issue in EDMONTON' 'CP) Twoiccrning Dr. John Jenkins, sus- cahmc-l ministers agreed in llio penclccl in March 1371, Trom Uie Icgislnlurc that confillenlialily of public rfoctimcnls mnsl be preserved, even if opposition members arc inconvenienced. Deputy premier Dr. Hugh Horncr suggested tbal Grant Notlcv per cent. MUST III-: CONSTANT "Von must use a rcln- the Canadian official i id. In short, the actual difference in price has increased, hut the difference relative to the cur- rency relationship might not have. Has the currency realignment I Ijei'M a windfall Lo the Lit; iiuln j companies? 1 If the auto I] add U'f.vtvn i Canada ami (lie C.S is' rrwMhiy j in balance, .says liv official, i! lias nut. The most recent Canadian fii1- LI res a balance in Can- I ada'.s favor of millimi for with exports under Hit; pact of 5-1.1 hilhoi] and min'irts of S3.n Million. The nlliciul said, hnucvec, that this could he: considered a balance. Cninparcd the tnme LciUl traric1. hrr Mid. a surplus or deficit of ?HK> million or so is not much .Mid rould cy-en IK; a slatislical I'rror. lie noted tbat exist for n price dificrcinlial bclv.cen i tlie counlrifs. Canadian dis tiihution and warrnnLy an- liiplicr, for example. Tlie question was all nf (he price differential i- fit'd in tcnns nf cosls. Dotonniniiu: Ilial could take a great deal nf tailed work, Assessing the relative pnifita- bilily nf Canadian and V S. plnnLs would mean i examination nf both i In addition, lliDsifh the official diil ii'i! nu-nlion tln.s, t h e r n lie Ihe question of pay- in fills beiAvuen arid I'.S biviiJCricv (he cum- liany. If. for example, tlie clian sold assembled rais In I'.S. parent (or rela- tively low prices, the profitabil- ity tjf the Cannduin operation be distorted. lor on prairies ijl-x;