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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDGB HERAID Tueidoy, July 4, 197J Vegas called in for inspection DETROIT CAP) General Motors Corp. announced Mon- day (lie recall of of ils Chcvroli't VuHii mini-cars for jnspri-lion find possible replace- ment of defective rcar-axto shads. The recall. GM said, involves built prior to May 5 last. Only models with so-called "positrac. virtually all 1971 and 1972 Vegas lion" rear axles are excluded. Chevrolet suid 59 shaft fail- vires have hccn reported Ihua far, but that no injuries have been reported because of them. Music teachers plan contest TORONTO (CP) The member Canadian Federation of Music Teachers Association announced Monday a competi- tion lor composers that will be judged at Its July 1973 conven- tion in Halifax. The competition will be div- ided into professional and ama- teur categories and top prize in each will be Second prize will be The compositions will be lim- ited to between four and 12 min- utes in length and for no more than three musicians. The federation's vice-presi- dents, who are meeting here, announced Nov. 19-26 will be Canada Music Week. It said two failures have re- sulted in minor body damage to vehicles. Somewhat similar rear-axle failures rcsulled earlier this year in Ford Motor Co.'s recall of moro than 1972 Ford Torinos and Mercury Montegos. "Excessive cud play in tlio defective shafts, could cause a lock ring to disengage, permit- ting the shaft and wheel to move GM said. "if that should occur, the rear brakes may become inoperative and the wheel and axle could separate from the car, permitting the car to drop down onto the rear suspension." GM said, however, that if rear braking were lost front brakes would continue to work. The company said actual inspection would take fewer tlian 10 minutes and that axle replacements, if needed, could bo completed in approximately an hour. Inspcclion and replace- ment.1; will be at company ex- pense. In Canada about Vegas will be recalled. "01 the there may be a dozen wliich could be detec- a General Motors of Can- ada spokesman said. Ho said a computer check re- vealed that a defect of the rear axle in a few cars "would cause a disengaging of the assembly resulting a 25-per-cent loss of breaking power." He said the owners would be urged in letters to lake their cars into dealers for the check. KIDS 75c ANYTIME Family Entertainment! PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Bedknobs and Broomsticks" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEBIA Short Subjects "Cabaret" Last Complete Sliow COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Cowboys" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Mad Mad Mad World" One Complete Show 10.00 NOW SHOWING l and p.m Tonight thru at and p.m. ADULT ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT and WED. ot and p.m. Life is full of reasons for owning a tough Corona 2 litre Some reasons why the Corona 2 litre is so tough: Unit body construction. 2 litre overhead cam 110 lip. engine. Heavy duty suspension. Heavy duty battery and starter motor. Heavy duty heater. Power assisted front disc brakes. And the best reason of all. The price. S2R15. Including all the extras. L Bfll Toyota cars arc sold and serviced from, coast to coast in Canada and throughout the retail price H. Vanrouver, Toronto, Montreal and Monctou; local frcliilit, licence and provincial lai oxlra. LETHBR1DGE I CARDSTON I RIVER TAKER Jrave' 5entre Wolff Son Box 1202 CouMi Highway J Tel. 327-3165, 327-3711 Tel. fi53-3252 I RIVER Equipmenl Ltd. Kenwoy Toyota I Box 299 Tel. 647-3838, 647-3939 1008 Tel- LEADERS SIGN PACT Pakistani president Zulfikar AM Bhullo, left, and Indian Prime Minister Indira Ghandi sign an agreement calling for partial troop wilhdrawals along their 800-mile common border. Bottom, they shake hands after signing agreement at Simla, India in the Him- alayas, Jolin Leiinon in U.S. legal LONDON (AP) John Lm- non has found an ally in his legal wrangle with the U.S. Im- migration Service for permis- sion to live in the Uriited States Harlech, former British ambassador in Washington. The peer has written to U.S. authorities defending Lennon, the former Bealle. The immi- gration service has opposed Lennon's application to live per- manently in the U.S. on the grounds of a drug conviction in London in 1968. Harlech expressed doubts that Lennon was guilty of possessing marijuana, although the singer pleaded He was fined then worth "Leaving aside the question of whether he was In .fact guilty, finds ally battle which now seems to be In doubt, I know personally of a number of cases in which such a convic- tion has not prevented the granting by the American au- thorities of a visa to enter tho United States, Harlech wrote. He did not elaborate on his doubts about Lennon's guilt, and was not available for comment. The peer said of the former Bealle: "When the musical his- tory of our times comes to be written there is no doubt that the name of John Lennon will be given a most important place in it." Harlech, 54, was ambassador In 1961-65. Since then he has been deputy leader of the oppo- sition in the House of Lords and president of the British Board of Film Censors. YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERVICI SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV I A C K RADIO AND TV J M V. 3 3M ST N SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THEY MIGHT BE GIANTS" In color. Starring George C. Scott and Joanne Woodward. Tuesday and Wednesday, July 4 and 5. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "THEY MIGHT BE GIANTS" In color. Starring Ganrge C. Scott and Joanne Woodward. Tuesday, July 4. Show at p.m. Adult. GREEN ACRES Gates Open 9 p.m. One Complete Show at 10 p.m. I LAST TIME TONIGHT I "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad World" IN TECHNICOLOR WITH BUDDY HACKETT MICKEY RODNEY WEDNESDAY ONLY i 1TV HIGHLIGHTS! TUESDAY DRAMA: Mission Impassible. p.m., Cli 7. This action- suspense series opens Us filh sezson with a new member, attractive Lesley Warren. Tonight's episode is "The Decoy." CRIME DRAMA: Cade's County, p.m., Cll. 13. First of 8 two-part drama that begins with a hostile Apache's suspicious murder confession. SI'OBT: Football '72, p.m., Cli. 7. A new sports pro- gram premieres on Channel 7 by taking a look at last season's. Grey Cup winners, the Calgary Stampcdcrs, ard highlights [rom that game. VARIETY: Good Times, 8 p.m., Ch. 1, The debut ot this pop music series from Winnipeg features Catherine Mc- Kinnon and Jim Roberts. COMEDY: David Steinberg Show, p.m., Ch. 7. A free-wheeling variety series with David Steinberg's contemp- orary humor. This is the premiere of a five-week run. WEDNESDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "Tom Sawyer, 1 p.m. Ci. 7. Two boys set out to sav? an Arkansas preacher. MUSICAL COMEDY: "Out of 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A man plots revenge against the teen set. Gyro Bingo JACKPOT IF WON IN 50 NUMBERS IF NO WINNER BLACKOUT BINGO FOR PLUS REGULAR BINGO FOR PRIZES ON THE SCREEN "GREAT BANK ROBBERY" IN TECHNICOLOR ZERO MOSTEl CLINT WALKER HIT NO. 2 "GOOD GUYS AND BAD GUYS" IN TECHNICOLOR ROBERT MITCHUM. GEORGE KENNEDY ADMISSION EVERYBODY WHICH INCLUDES ONE FREE BINGO CARD Gates Open Play Bingo Till p.m. ANGLO'S Radio 4 TV listings Program ore lilted by the radio and foliviilon Holism. Any variation in program ichedufe il due to lait- rhinute changes by the Italians and ii not the rtipori- ubility of the Herald or Anglo Diiirlbulan Stereo end Photographic .Centre. CHEC if Roger Channon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGill with Contemporary News TUESDAY NICHT Davt King Jack Niwleld TUESDAY NIGHT Wgrld Bt jlx John Walker John Charlel 12.30 Terry Vogt WEDNESDAY CBC Newj Newfcld WEDNESDAY Buryl CUrk CJOC Jim Elliot News, weather and Spur Is Phone Bill Show Wayne Bnrry Prote 1220 Noon Farm BI35 Checllne Leo Dow Show Jchn Oliver Dave King News, Weather and Snorts News and Uraln Pricea Jack Thys Jchn WalKer World it Sit News WON. THRU Den MacMasler Concerls (Bob CHEC FM Hourly Wlhr. 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Phone 328-6922 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) TUESDAY NICHT Truth or Conse- News (c) Teleprote 7 quences Wrestling Let's Mnke a Deal Teleprobe 7 WEDNESDAY Mission Impossible Farm Facts TBA Romper Room Gccd Times (c) 10 05 Mr. Dressup Steinberg (c) Friendlr Giant Mary Tyler Moore I0r45 Chez Hclenc Islam Sesame Srreet McHale's Navy TBA Movie: Tom Sawyer Detective Summer Town Take 30 I Edge of NlQht Family Courl Bii'dman Truth or Consequences CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. A) TUESDAY NIGHT Family Affair Doris Day News (c) Cade's County Eddie's Falher Marcus Welby Dr. in Ihc Housa 9.30 Ian Tyson The Persuaders (c) News News (c) Pierre Berton (c) Befll Ihe Clock David Frosl (c) Movie: WEDNCSD.Y GraJ Thought (or Day Word Ruperf Bear Anclher World Fashion in Sewing Anyining You Can Yoga ic) Do House cf FrisM- Qalman enslein (c) North Maple All About Fnces Bewitched Family Affair (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) TUESDAY NIGHT News AcJum 1? Hawaii FIue-0 Gunsmoke (c) Mystery Movlo News Tonight Show WEDNESDAY Our Wi Today In Montana Another World concentration Edge of Night sale cf tho Cenfury Love An-erlcan Hollywcod Squares Slyle (c) Jeopardy (c) Family Affair Who, What. Where Lucy Show (c) Gamo News is Mnny Splendrjred Thing World Turns Salute Agriculture News (c) Today Show (c) The Dcctors (c) My Three Sons Beverly Hillbillies News NBC Nightly New) Nows (c) 6-00 Cdn Pro Football KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Ctblevision Ch. 11) TUESDAY NIGHT News (c) Mod Squad Movie: Sweet, Sweet R.ich'l Marcus Welby News (c) Arnle Movie: On the Town WEDNESDAY Fatm News News Gflmt Capl. Kenfjaroo News Dinah's Placo (c) Secret Storm Jack LaLanna Ono Life to Llvi Audrey (c) Our Lives Galloping GourmBt G-ncral Hospital Where the Henri is Thrcn on fl Malin. News (c) Dallnfl Gnme Search lor A Split Second [c> Tomorrow Bewitched All My Children Password Make a Deal lc> News PLAYBOY MAGAZINE SAYSi "Crowbar U one of Iho lop boogia ond ihnw groupi in America." Hi-Ai! THCM DO THEIR GREAT HITS LIKE "Oh What o "Murclor In Iho First "Two Trun " Lot'i Play FROrA THEIR MlLllON SELLER y.IUM, 'TAN plui nmny more. If you missed tliom Intf you can't nfford to mill them on WEDNESDAY, JULY C.J.O.C. Proudly Presents In Parson PLUS 1 OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA'S TOP GROUPS 'BILLY NICHOL" DATE Wednesday, July 5th PLACE Lelhbridga Exhibition Pavilion TIME p.m. to 1 a.m. ADVANCE TICKETS only now on it Musicland, Loistor't, Marcol'i and Doug's. Ticket! also avallabla at the door. ;