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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ITV HIGHLIGHTS! MONDAY SPORT: Baseball, Ch. 0. The St. Louis Car- dinals meet the Astros at Houston. COMEDY: The Odd Couple, p.m., Ch. 7. Felix agrees to lake care of a 10-year-old on Saturdays but the youngster ignores Ihe cultural program lined up and is fascinated by sloppy Oscar and his hobbies and habits. MOVIE DRAMA: "The Neon 7 p.m., Ch. 13. A study of three lonely people finding themselves at a roadside cafe. SPECIAL: Moniquc Lcyrac, p.m., Cli. 13. A one- woman show taped at Toronto's Massey Hall. INTERVIEW: Distinguished Canadians, p.m., Ch. 7. Entomologist Allison DeForrest Pickelt discusses his pio- neering campaign against the overuse of pesticides. INTERVIEW: David Frost, a.m., Ch. 13. A debate on busing and integration in the southern U.S. between a black social worker and a member of the Ku Klux Klan. TUESDAY MOVIE WESTERN: "The 1 p.m.. Ch. 7. A U.S. marshal sets out to capture a bank robber. MOVIE COMEDY: "It Started in 1 p.m., Ch. 1.1. Lawyer Michael Hamilton receives some unsettling news in- volving a romantic situation. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Rose stays put MONTREAL A fourth attempt to have Jacques Rose released on bail was rejected here by Chief Justice Lucien Tremblay of Appeal Court. Rose, 2J, is awaiting trial in September on a charge of kid- napping tho late Quebec labor minister, Pierre Laportc, in 1370. He also will be tried on a charge of murdering of Mr. La- porle. Lawyer Robert Lemieux was appealing three earlier refusals of hail for Rose. He said Ilos Groovcyard 30 As il Happens :D3 Between Ourselves TU3SDAY Quebec Now EVC Opener :rJD Hews, Wthr, Sport World at Eight :10 From The Capllals Calgary Eye Radio Noon Slock market Take It from Heri Holiday (Part 1) Holiday [Par! 2} Home Run News World dl Six CLCC CLCC Broadcasts over Cablevision Ch. 7 Monday thru Friday News Hourly Weather Half Hour Duano Meycri News News Ma or News Doug Gossen Davs Oberg John Malakoff Carol Sears SOUTHERN ALBERTA; THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "CHROME AND HOT color. Starring William Smith, Peter Brown and Kathy Baumann. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, July 17, IB and 19. Monday show at at p.m. Adult Not Suitable for Children. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "WATERLOO" In color. Starring Hod Slciger. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, July 17, 18 awl 19. Monday show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "DIARY OF A MAD color. Stan-ing Richard Benjamin and Carrie Snodgress. Monday and Tuesday, July 17 and IB. Monday show at p.m. Restricted Adult, TABER Tower Theatre "THE ANDROMEDON STRAIN" In color. Starring Arthur Hill and Kate Reid. Monday and Tuesday, July 17 and 18. Monday shows at and p.m. Adult. ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY AT THE Now Entertaining "TSMES SQUARE TWO" Featuring MIKE SUTHERLAND and HUGH SYMONS This Summer Take a SONY PORTABLE TV On Your Camping Trip! All Sizes and 11" Portable TV's in stock. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS Steieo and Pkoloptaphtc Centel 419 5th St. S. Phone 328-6922 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevislon Ch. 6) MONDAY NIGHT Corner Pyle TclcprolJC 7 Irisli Rovers David Frosl The Odd Couple Partridge Family This is Ihe Law Of All Pccple Distinguished 11.00 Neif.s (c) Teleproce 7 Under AtlacK TUESDAY Farm Fads Romper Room Mr Dressup Fnenoiy Giant Chez Helone Sesame Street Lunchecn Dale McHalO'S Navy Muvie: Tlie Nevadan Summer Town Take 30 Edgo of Niglit Family Court Drop in or Cgnsequcnces CFCN lethbridge Ch. 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) MONDAY NIGHT F-amily Aflair Bird's Eye Vie oorf Day Word (c) Rupcrl Bear CO Another World Fashions In Sowing Anylhinrj You Can Yoga Do (c) HOLJSO of Frigtcn- Bfltman (c) Mein (c) 4: .to Bewitched Norlh Maple Family Affair (c) Beal Ihe Clock Movie: Tho Neon Ceiling (c) Monique Lcyrac Pirj iincl Whislle Ircnside (c) News News (cl All About Fuces Pierre Bcrlon (c) Bggt Ihe Clock David Ffosl (c) Movie: II Slarled TUESDAY Thoughl KRTV Greol Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) MONDAY NIGHT Mows 5.30 News Here's Lucy Doris News (c 1 Toniqht Show TUESDAY Our World Today in Men Nina Conccntrallon it) Sale of Century Squares (c) Jeopardy (c) Who, What, Where Gflmo Love Is a Many Splcndored Thing Solute to Aflrlcullurc World Turns Tottny Show (c) Doctors Ano'hor Worlrl Edge of Night Love American Style (c) Family Affair Lucy Show (c) My Three Som Beverly Hjllbilliei News News NBWS (c) KFBB-TV Great Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) MONDAY NIGHT Password (c) Ncwi Mows Parlrldqe Family In Scnrch ot tha Lost World Movie: Divorce Amrrlcim Slylo News All My Children Maka Deal (c) Nowlywed Gamt News liOOSccrel Storm (c) TUESDAY Farm News Nnwi CflpiBln Dlnah'i Plnco (c) Ono Llfo to Llva Jack LnLnnna (c) Our l.lvos (c) Audrey fc) Hosnilnl Gfllloplnn Goi-mirl Thrrn on n Vlakli 'Q'OO Whero the Hear) Is Dnllnn Gnrna Mnry lylrr Moore Mows (c, Spill Second Movie: Cry of Ihe Search for Bawllchfrl lluntpr' Tomorrow Password FOR YOUR WHOOP-UP WEEK ENTERTAINMENT FROM VANCOUVER "RIPPLE ROCK" AT THE MEMBERS AND GUESTS ONLY THE EASY MONTE CARLO WAY Meet new people acquire new 'friends, Go out more-get more (un out of life. Develop new poise and conlidcncn -be more popular. Improve your dancing-while slay- ing fil. WE'LL MAKE YOU MOKE POPULABI EN- JOY OUR DAILY MIXER5-OUB WEEKLY SOCIALS! ATTEND WITH OR WITHOUT A PARTNERI You have your r.lioicc ol expert group or private lessons. Learn today's mosl popular danccsl Latin, Fox Trol, VVollj, Discotheque. A personal dnnco demonstration Is yours cost! FRFFi CALL TODAY 327-1442 535 13th St. N. Lethbridge _____Monday, July 17, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 5 I Domestic cars make gains but imports holding own by BUI) JORCENSEN Canadian Press Stall Writer Despite Impressive sales records being set by the North American a'ifo manufacturers, first-hall sales figures indicate Canadian car and truck buyers arc not being won away from the foreign-made models. The four major North Ameri- can companies got a bigger share of the market during the first half, but part of the gains for two of the companies was in models they have assembled abroad. A survey of sales reported by 16 distributors showed that the share of the market of foreign- made cars was the same during the first half of this year com- pared with the first six months of 1971. Vehicle assembly figures, however, indicate that automo- tive production is higher this year and the reason apparently is the strength of the United States market. Canadian-built cars and trucks are sold in the U.S. market under flie U.S.-Can- ada Auto Pact. Ford and Chrysler are the two distributors that appear to be beating the importers at fheir iwn game. Sales of Ford and Chrysler imports more than doubled during the first hall. Sales during the first half of .he 16 distributors, ranging in size from the mass-market American giants to lux- ury imports such as BMW and Alfa Komeo, totalled about The total during the January-June period of 1971 was about TAKE LARGEST SHARE Dealers in the four major North American eral Motors, Ford, Chrysler and American 81.5 per cent of the market during the first half of this year. Their market share increased by 1.5 percentage points over the com- parable period of 1971. Three other manufacturers- Renault, Toyota and semble passenger cars in Can- ada and the Big Three Detroit- based companies all sell in Can- ada cars assembled overseas. Cars and trucks assembled in Canada accounted for 79.8 per cent of total first-half sales this year. The market-share figure is identical to the proportion of domestically assembled cars and trucks sold in Canada dur- ing the first half of last year. PRESIDENT MacDonald, president of Hie Canadian Labor Congress, has been named first non- European president of (he In- ternational Confcderalion of Free Trade Unions. MacDon- ald was acclaimed by the board of (be organ- ization last week in London at tile end of a week long conference. .JUNE BOOM OTTAWA (CP) Export ac- tivity continued to boom last month, with sales rising to S1.86 jillion for Ihe mnnlh from SI.64 jillion in June last year, Statis- tics Canada has reported. Combined sales by the 16 in- creased by 15.2 per cent during the first half. Sales of cars and trucks as- sembled in North America by Ford were up 19.1 per cent, by Chrysler 164 per cent and by GM 13.6 per cent. Sales of cars assembled over- seas for Chrysler increased by about 150 per cent while Ford had a similar gain for its for- eign-made cars and trucks. Both companies import vehicles assembled in Japan and Britain. GM sells cars made in Britain and it had a slight drop in sales of these models during the first half. Vff, once the foreign-car leader, had a decline of about 15 per cent. Toyota, now the top foreign seller, was up about 22 per cent while Datsun sales in- creased only slightly. The most impressive gains by the overseas companies were registered by 53 per 44 per cent. MOVE DUTY FREE The U.S.-Canada Aulo Pact allows for duty-free movement of vehicles between the two countries and it establishes cer- tain Canadian-content figures. Cars and trucks brought in from Britain by companies op- erating under the auto pact do not count under the Canadian- content rules because they can be imported duty-free. Cars, trucks and parts subject to as those brought in from count when figuring Canadian content. The Canadian industry now is well over the Canadian content minimums and there appears to be no immediate problems with running into Canadian-content limits by importing from Japan. The auto pact does nol re- quire lhat the value of Canadian production equal the value of sales in Canada. There is a complex formula to determine Canadian content but at the end of the first phase the Canadian industry was supposed to have at least 00 per cent Canadian content. Now at least 60 per cent of the value of growth in sales must be Canadian content. Car and truck sales for the first half break down as fol- lows: GM, domestic- made and 3.99G foreign-made; Ford, domestic, foreign; Chrysler, domes- tic, foreign; Toyota, foreign, 730 domestic; Renault, domestic, foreign; Volvo, assembled In Canada; American Motors, Datsun, VW, Mazda, Fiat, Peugeot, British Leyland, Mercedes Benr, 916, BMW, Romeo, 160. and Alfa Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "War Between Men and Women" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects "Play it Again Sam" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "What's Up Doc" Last Complete Show r.REEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Lust of a Vampire" "Scream of a Demon Lover" One Complete Show DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Denial Mechanic Suite B-304 St. S. Ph. 327-7244 Lelhhrc'r" GATES OPEN 9 P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT 10 P.M. TONIGHT AND TUESDAY FIRST RUN HORROR SHOWS ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. lusfs for SCREAM OF THE DEMON JEFFREY CHASE-JENNIFER HMVEY HIT NO. 7 "LUST OF THE VAMPIRE" IN BLOOD CURDLING COLOR ADULT ENTERTAINMENT NOW SHOWING At and p.m. JASON flOBARDS It's still the same old story, a fight for love and SuilabU For Children IT AGAIN, SAW TONIGHT THRU WED. Al ond p.m. FAMILY COLLEGE CINEMA NOW SHOWING At and p.m. WHOOP-UP WEEK AT THE LEGION N WED., JULY 19th t FRI" JUIY 21 BEAVER ROOM "THE WEE THREE" "MOONGLOWS" SAL, JULY 22nd BEAVER ROOM "VINCE DITRiCH" THURS., JULY 20 VIMY LOUNGE "THE GOLD DOTS" SAT., JULY 22d VIMY LOUNGE "MOONGLOWS" GENERAL STEWART BRANCH NO. 4 FOR MEMBERS AND GUESTS 1st AVENUE AND 9th ST. S. COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT-CITY OF LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC SCHEDULE July July July July July July July 24 FRITZ HOUR 5 5 1 p.m. -8 Swim 5 5 p.m. 5 p.m. 5 p.m. 9 9 Swim 5 5 S p 5 2 5 p -5 .S p.m. 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 p.m. Swim p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. 5 p.m. p.m. 9 9 9 9 9 9 p.m. NOTE; Rcoisiralions fa fill vacancies in tha summer swimming instruction programs will be taken at Ilio twimming pooll dining tho obovo lislcd hours. For further infermolioii cenlncf tho Community Services Department offices nt 323- 2341, Local ;