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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta f, THE I.ETHBRIDGE HERALD _ Saturday, May '7. 1'" Canadians offered cars at U.S. cut-rale prices Trade Min- j here s.iiil Ihere Is cimsiilerablc IMIT Jean-Luc Pepin said Fri-: doubts that the plan will work day Ihe 15-per-ccnt lariff in cf-; or cause significant difficulty to at border points would eliminate any savings Canadi- ans might make by buying new cars in the United Slates. He was replying in Ihe Com- mons to Perry Ryan Spa. rlinn asked about a new U.S. program known as Tour America which offers tourists new cars at bargain prices. The plan suggested by the American government is that tonripfs visiting (he U.S. should Canadian car manufacturers, which are subsidiaries of the U.S. manufacturers. So far as officials In Ottawa arc. aware. Hie plan proposed liy would make no (lis- liiiciirm helween fanadian tour- ists in the V.S. and those from olhor counlriep. II would, therefore, appear (haL a Canadian faking an ex- tended holiday in Ihe U.S. might he able (o htiy an American car be able lo buy automobiles at I there at substantially reduced reduced prices if they have tbrm shipped home when they leave the I'.S. Similar export plans have been operated jy British and European manufac- turers for many years. A trade department official prices if he brought it back lo Canada on his return THEN COMES TROUBLE But at the Canadian border, the returning tourist would be faced with a 15-per-cent import duty, along with federal and (provincial sales laxes. on Ihe lair market import value of the a 11L n m o h i I e. This valuation could, for customs purposes, be more Iliaii Ihe aclual price the tourist paid for the cut-rate U.S. car. Officials here said they do not believe American ear inanufac- I'liirers would be cnlhiisiaslic about Ihe plan suggested by Washinglon. Kxcepf in Canada. American-style.1 cars arc not popular abroad. Gasoline prices and aulomo- j bile taxes in Britain. Europe I and most of the rest of the world are too high to make the operation ol ,-i bitf American car economic, when compared with smaller European gas-saving cars. LETHBRIDGE SYMPHONY ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING MONDAY, June 5th at p.m. BOWMAN ARTS CENTRE 5lh Ave. and 9th Si. S. IN THE MUSIC ROOM French dancers j book Calgary NEW YORK (CP) The Bal- iel-Theatre Contemporian of France will make its first North American tour llns tall. Eight Canadian cities will be included in the tour. The company of 33 dancers will appear in Vancou- ver, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Cal- gary, Regina, Ottawa, Montreal and Toronto. Find error in choice of plays NICW YORK (AP) The New York Drama Clitics discovered tost ni'jbt that of halloL-coiinling error it liad made ii mistake in ajinounciiiR ils choice as tlie best play o[ tlic season. Tlic drama which actually re- ceived [lie highest point tally from the 21 voting members is That Championship Season by Jason Miller, instead of Sticks and Bones by David Kabe, Henry Ilewcs, critic for the Saturday Review and president of the circle, notified the mem- bership of the mistake. "We somehow overlooked 30 points for Championship Season that were caught when we rc- counled after the Ifewes admitted. The group is trying to figure what to do, because newspaper ads have already rim proclaim- ing the victory of Sticks and Bones, which had previously won the annual Tony Award of (he American Theatre Wing. WESTMORLAND, Calif. (Rculcr) Ana Kashfi, 35- ycar-old former wife of actor Marlon Brando, pleaded guilty Tuesday to a charge of disturb- ing (lie peace on a bus. The plea was entered by her lawyer who paid a fine. Judge Colin 0 'B r 1 e n dis- missed a disorderly conduct charge of being drunk In a pub- lic place. Miss Kashfi did not appear in court- She was reported making a picture in Hawaii. Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. WEEKLY BINGO EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 50 Nos. Game No. 1 50 10th Game Blackout in 55 Numbers 1 1 Games Prize Money 20 ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card S1.QO All Wood Cards SQcf Each Children Under 16 Not Allowed Bingo will also be played in the club room for members and their invited guests Music Friday ond Saturday Banquet facilities SUNDAY AFTERNOON CONCERT "THE SUN" from EDMONTON BILLIE NICHOL and FRANK SLIDE MAY 28, PARAMOUNT THEATRE Tickets qt Ulster's WED., MAY 31st and THURS., JUNE 1st TWO PERFORMANCES EACH DAY At and p.m. Advance tickols available ofler May 24th ot Fosters Jewellery and Gentlemen III Men'i Wear. Adults children (12 and under) Rush tickets for Adults and Children available al the EXHIBITION GRANDSTAND 2 SHOWS EACH DAY and P.M. OOOOGOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO( Sunday Dining in the 'FRONTIER DINING ROOM' O EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL O o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o G G G G G O G O -MENU- appetizers All dinners Include French onion soup or ctam chowder crisp tossed salad baked or French fried potatoes or potatoes of the day garlic 1oasl beverage. -MENU- specialties HOLLAND HERRING, marinated plain or with sour cream JUMBO SHRIMP COCKTAIL PACIFIC SHRIMP COCKTAIL wine, .75 1.30 1.00 !i DOZ. SNAILS (Escargot) Goriic Bullcr........... 1.50 caesar salad-for-two (Served only wilh Enfreea) Crisp romainc lettuce, prepared at your table wilh pannes an cheese, croulons, anchovies ond a special dressing 2.00 treasures of the ocean IOBS7ER JUMBO SHRIMPS IN BATTER-Cockloil joucc- RED B.C. CENTRE CUT SALMON STEAK sauleed in buller................. 3.50 ROAST SIRIOIN OF BEEF, PAN GRAVY ROAST PRIME RIBS OF ALBERTA BEEF, served in tlieir own delicious iuices 4.35 BEEF TENDERLOIN STROGANOFF slicei of filel, sairtes with mushrooms, wins and sour cream, served with wild rice.................. 5.80 Vv'EINER SCHNITZEL a large choice milk fed veal cutlet, breaded wilh eggs and cracker crumbs, sauteed in bulter 3.50 COO AU VIM, AUX CHAMPIGNONS chicken cooked in red wine, wilh mush- rooms. A famous French specialty 3.50 BARBECUED BACK BIBS, served wilh a tanqy sauce EL RANCHO FRIED CHICKEN 3.90 2.70 vegetable side orders MUSHROOMS SAUTES IN BUTTER FRENCH FRIED ONION RINGS 4.00 dessert OUR OWN FRESH BAKED FRUIT AND CREAM PIES DESSERT OF THE DAY ICE CREAM .75 .50 .35 .25 .25 steaks from our charcoal broiler Our talented broiler chef, prepares for your personal lasle, a lender juicy tleak, lhal will truly bo remembered by you and your guesfs. 7-oi. TOP SIRLOIN STEAK SANDWICH 3 75 lO-oi. TOP SIRLOIN IBoneless) 150 8 01. NEW YORK STRIP 4'60 12-ci. NEW YORK STRIP 610 B-OJ. FILET MiGNON S SO 14-oz, T BONE 5 60 CHATEAU BR1AND _ PRINTANIERE (for Iwol Conlre cul ol choice tenderloin with on eye appealing cissorlrnr-nl of vegelnhles 12.00 STEAK AND LOBSTER 7-oi lobster toil hcrvud with drawn bull oin and an 6.75 THE MOUNTIE BURGER Hnmburaer tomato on a bun. French Fri relisn THE El RANCHO CHICKEN, creamy masli ond chicken flravy pieces of IL RANCHO FRIFO :d potatoes, garden vegetable 1.15 THF SHERIFF _ Flrender! Veol Cullr-l, pon cjrovy. frcih vrimhlr trench ,95 I.IIHE5T HOnO long Hoi Hoci rn buttered bun, imnlnrd, relish and frcnch Irics .70 THE DEPUTY Deep Iricd fish in batter, thocilring pnlalors nnrl cole slow ..................70 OPEN AT 1 P.M. EVERY SUNDAY EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL 526 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE PHONE 327-5701 O o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o SATURDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "Bnlidlc Goes (ci C, p.m.. 111. 7. A French refugee is used as bait by British intelligence in n plot lo delay Ihe German invasion of Brilnin. HISTORICAL DRAMA: "Tlic Six Wivrs of Henri' 8 p.m., Cli. 7. Henry weds Ihe German princess, Anne of Cleves, in Chapter 4 of this repeat .series. MOVIE ADVENTURE: !l p.m., Cll. 13. Alfred Hitchcock's adaptation of the best-seller involving espionage and political intrigue. MOVIE DRAMA: "Behold n Pale p.m., Ch. 7. Conflict between an aging Spanish revolutionary and a vengeful police chief. MOVIE COMEDY: "Hoiisdraal." 12 mlilpiithl. Cli. 13. A widower's youngest son tricks his father into hiring a bored socialite as a housekeeper. SUNDAY ......DOCUMENTARY Country Canada, p.m., Ch. 7. An examination of land expropriation in Canada. SI'ORT: Tennis, p.m., Ch. 9. Charles Pasarell meets Wimbledon titlist Jolm Newcombe in a fist round match. SPECIAL: Israel Museum, p.m., Ch. II. A tcur inside the great Israel Museum in Jerusalem with view cf the Dead Sea Scrolls and historic art. SPORT: Auto Racing, p.m., Ch. 11. A race across the Mojave Desert in dune buggies and jeeps; also a look at speedy go-carts and the National Sprint Car Race. DOCUMENTARY; UN Conference, p.m., Ch. 7. "Only One an international expressing the world's concern for ils environment. WILDLIFE: Untamed World, 5 p.m., Ch. 13. A second look at the life cycle of the penguin and how it survives. FAMILY: World ol Disney, p.m., Ch. 7. The second of a three-part story on the raising and training of a See- ing Eye dog. MOVIE ADVENTURE: "Escape from p.m., Ch. 13. A student and a revolutionary leader join forces to prevent an execution. SPECIAL: Liza Mlnelli, 8 p.m., Ch. 1. A one-woman show with Liza in concert at the Olympia Theatre in Paris. MAGIC, ESP: Amazing World of KrcsUin, p.m., Oi. 13. Jack Chute discusses his support and involvement in the Big Brother movement. DOCUMENTARY: Chester Homing, n p.m., Ch. 13. A sentimental return journey to China by the noted Canadian diplomat, Chester Ronning. INTERVIEW: David Frost, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Elsa Lanchester, Kay Starr, Lowell Thomas are among the guests. MONDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "Somewhere On I p.m., Ch. 7. Women in the service during wartime create confusion in the ranks. MOVIE WESTERN: "Thunder in the 1 p.m., Ch. ..13. The leader of a wagon train loses his sense of direction when he falls for a beautiful passenger. Fined for theft CALGARY (CP) Terrance HoRer Downs, a former postal worker, was lined in pro- vincial court lor stealing [rom the mails. Provincial Judge L. A. Justa- son said the penalty must have enough sting to prevent him from doing it again "for the rest of his natural life." The maximum is 10 years Imprisonment but for oilier thefts of less than S50 the maxi- mum is two years imprison- ment. Downs pleaded guilty to the charge which was laid after a :ostal supervisor watched liim ;ake the money from an enve- lope May 12. MEDICAL LEAD Surgeons in Sydney, Aus- tralia, lead the world in opera- tions to replace severed fingers and toes. Are you at your summer vacation weight? scientifically advanced, nutritionally sound, Weigh tWatchcrs'program can help you gel there. St. Augustine'i Anglican Church 11 Street and 4th Avenue South Tuesdays 1 p.m. ond p.m. Cardslon Unilerf Church p m. Taber Civic Ccnlre Thursday'i p.m. Lethbridge Community Cd'ege SUMMER HORSEMANSHIP PROGRAM The communily summer program in bailc rccrcolionnf riding is viewed as prupaic.icry to t'np regular courses in horsmanship offered by the college. From ilic program, iludenli con move inlo beginnrrs, inlcrmcdiatc, advanced or dresiago honemomhip training. The regular summer college prop ram for beginners in- cludes instruction in safely, (irocming, mounting, dismount- ing, saddling, leads, diagonals, proper end oids. In- to rmcdiafo riders participate in Gymkhana r-nd compcfi'ion, while advanced liaining emphasizes balance, drcssago, and show or complele training of both horso and rider. Riders may bring their own horif- and equipment lo tlie tlojsci, however, rcgistrolton fees incfudo n ond focJc. Initrutling in the College Horsemanship program is dress- age tpccialiil, Min Ann Diclil of Sandpoinl, Idaho. Claires will bo held at the corrals on li'.o collocjR willi trail rides In the couleci along ihp Oldrnfin Rivrr. FIRST SECTIONS COMMENCE Monday, May 29th at a.m. and Monday, May 29th at p.m. Section) conlinua till Sept. lit. Fee 530 Per section For Information and Registration Contccl SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Lclhbriclge, Alberta Phonn J27.2141 ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Preorami in lilted by tht radio and lilivlilan Italians.. Any variation in program ichfdulr if due fo lair- mlnult thcHiati by the ttalloni and If not mpon- ilbllhy of the Horald or Anglo Dlitrlhulart .Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHEC Roger Channon wilh Contemporary Sports Morley McGill with Contemporary News SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY 0 Paul Tebiicr Leo Dow fury! Clark Paul Teller Oliver Barry Heglanr1 Udvc King 12 DO Jack Newtek! SATURDAY NIGHT Sporls News IniicJe from The Outside Continental HolldaylO: Daryl Ferguson lU.u UUMUJ Doug Anderson Blacklool Indian Hews Chriillsn Science Voice of Przole' iiOO Sunday Magazine News :05 Juhn Walker :10 Dig Bands SUNDAY News Rob Ingram 12: 1: 6-30 Atlantic Symphony 3: BlacKlool Indian Program Solo Hev.s Pele Snow News :05 Cross Country Chock-Up :Gfl NHL HockeV ;00 Tne Enlerlainers Hour ol Decision Sunshine Evangel :y Ccncern MONDAY Jim Elliot CBC News Wlhr, Sport Phanp Bill Show Wayne Sarry Probe 1530 News, Wlhr, 5por) News and Gram Prices Jack Thya A-.C5 Jchn Walker Probe 1I2Q ft CHEC FM ft News Wthr. Half Hour SATURDAY NIGHT 6.00 Beryl Clark John Charlei 1-W Jack SUNDAY IjiGG Leo Dtw Jack Npwlelcl 7.03 Barry Hegland ft CBR ft Radio 1010 Calgary SATURDAY NIGHT Capital Report Jan Conadiann Identities Inside form fre celebrations Music De Cheznous Conlincnlal Holiday Colln3e Carousel News, Wthr. Cross Country Warner's Wax Check-Up WorKS _..____ Home Hun Major Progression Remember When MONDAY SUNDAY Sunday and Friends Eye Opener I'll Read Thai fl.0Q world at e Again News oT Sport Sunday Thenlrf Gilmnur's AltH ft CLCC CLCC Broadcast ever Cablevision Ch, 7 Monday Friday" Doug Gcssen Dove Oberg John Malakdl ID-DO Carol Sears Duane Aleyers CBC Slage Distinguished Arlisls Anthology Bush end Salon Morninq Cancerl Crilldron's Siodtj Sunday Morning Suncfey Maoazino Sunday Suoclemcnl Time Signal This Cotinlry Radio Noon 2.03 Take il From Max Fergusun ASK THE MAN WHO OWNS ONE! The World's Best Color TV "Nobody Makes Color Like Sony" See the complete Sony line at ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS ana pnotoyiapnic Centel 419 5fh St. 5. Phone 328-6661 "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6} Struggle Co SATURDAY NIGHT Bugs Bunny V.iVie: Batietle Gcci lo Wnr Six Wives oT Henry VIJI Bless Tnis House The Pc-rformcrs Country lime News Provincial Affairs Dick Van DyKe Teloprobe 7 Tne Rovers Movie: Behold a Jimmy Pale Horse Llia Minnplli 5 SUNDAY Sundey Ql Nine 9.00 Crosiroad-, Weekend F-'fiilh for Today Nalicn's Bi.sincs1 Trlcprote 7 Hiyber and Higher TEA Focus on U or L _____ I Spy 12-30 TBA MONDAY 1'CO Hulure Shcck Farm and Cily Counlry Canada Today Reach lor Ihe Top Mr. Dress Up 2 30 Kalicdosporl Alherla Schools Audubcn Only One Eai World Friendly Gia 10-.15 Chez Helcne became Slreet Luncheon Dale I 00 SomcA'hore On Le.ivp Town Takj 30 ?-30 EJr. P of Njahl Ic) J-CQ Family Court Drop in Trulh or Consequences CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 Ch. 4) A N SATURDAY NIGHT News (cl Oil Repcrl (c) Kinrjo Bingo 7-00 Roliin' On fhe River Love American Style 9 on Movie: Topaz News M'qnlcaji Moviu- 8 30 University of Air cf Ihe West 9-n Program Hi Llghls Prnlccost Presents Faihlcns 9.1i P.irlcns Francais c V.'ild Kinqdzm 9-30 Yoga (c) Horsl Kcrhler lO'TiT In Cnnversalion Outdoor Sportsman All Auout Faces Unlamcd Ncrlh Mflpla 11-in Pierre Berlon Bewilchod Dick Van Dyfce AAjvio: Thunder in Sun (c Movie: Escape 7 CO McJ bound (cl Kreskin Chir.a Mannix Nckvs (c) What's the Good Word AnolncT V.'nrld Anything You SUNDAY 9'JQ Tl'OUqhi for Day -i-H (c) Day of Discovery 11 News (c) Oral Roberls Oil rupi-rl Rbrnl Report 11 ;20 Que-.h.'n Pcrlcd Bnlman (c) 15-00 Rex Humherd (c) '..ONDAY S ft Family Afdiir KRTV Great Foils Channel 3 (Coblevision Ch 9) SATURDAY Heo Haw 6.CO Glen Campbell Bold Ones Mr.vic: J5lh Hcrur (c) Nichols The Law and You SUNDAY Tom and Jerry 7 30 Gfoovic Rfix HLirnDnrd (c) K.iinryn Kuhlm-in Barrier Rrcf in (10 Ciimcrn TMrnc Fflco ffio N.lNon 11-03 Wlccl Hie Prtss Car 5! 12-00 Mr, Wirard Bunalcn Id AAU Cr.nirpicns Trnni5 Classic Kid Tjlk The New Can- stilulion (c) J-00 Sixly Minutes Dick Vnn DycV Worm cl DKncy 6 30 Jimmy Slcwnrl (c) Cade's County Mwic: A Dandy in Aspic Ic) Lnrcd'J (rl MONOAY Our Wcrlil Snlulc Si'incullurc lodny SIIOA- Tociny in MonMni Cuntonlraiinn Ic) Squares (rl (c) Who, What, Where Ntv.s (c) is f) Winy iplcnclcrcd Thlnq As Iho Wcrld Tunis (c) The Doctors (cl Anollicr Wnrltl Love Amnrir.nn NDC Niohlly News KFBB-TV Great Foils Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) Indiftftflpolls 5DO Lnwrcnce Wcik Speclnl (c) Lr.nn Street (t) News News (c) Movlr: The Rldo Back SUNDAY Farm News :JO This Is Iho LifQ f: :00 9 :.10 llfre COinr-i the Dnuhlfflrckers 11 :flO ID I) :30 Wi.ili (c) 11 lofid (c.) :30 :00 Direction) (r) ;20 Issues find Ans :LO ftMlinco (c) :jO Tlio lirc.n Museum 1 :30 Auto R.'.dnci 1 "0 Low Incump Cnlllnn i :00 Comment (c) 1 :00 Wild Klnqdom (cl 1 :.10 Lns-iiO 1 SonnV "Ori Chfr l :00 Mlsiion Mon'r, Circus No. 3 on Tim i in Ml 8 JO Jack 1110 nulil Giillopinrt Gourrtict VVlicro Me Henri Is Nrws (c) !on All Children :30 Makft B Dent (c) :00 Ncwlywcd Gsmo News :00 Secret Slorm (c) :JO Onn Life (o Live .00 (jl Our 1 ives Gnu mi iiLiMiUni Maich Ncwi :30 Dilllo Unroll I ;