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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, September 27, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD-31 J; poptiar price Chess anyone A game of chess seems to be in progress here as a logging machine operator moves logs with a loader in Ottawa. One of the exhibitors at a forestry exhibition invited visiting logging machine operators to parti- cipate in a contest in which logs are moved from one chessboard like area to another. The fastest time re- corded was minutes by John North of Tupper Lake N.Y. Demand heavy for small cars TORONTO (CP) The de- mand for small cars is so great in North America that imports, especially from Japan, are holding their own in spite of major currency realignments, says Shoichiro Toyoda, vicepresident of Toyota Motor Co. Ltd. HERE'S WHATTHE PACKAGE INCLUDES- Return rail journey with roomette and meals on the train (other accommodations availahle) Accommodation at Westbury Hotel 7 mqhts on in room basis Get-Acquainted Breakfast naily F.ntry to the Fair Reserved Seat .it the Royal Horse Show 1 Sightsceiny lour of Metro Toronto Niagra Falls Dinner at Famous Hot Stove I caque Restaurant Tickets to Toronto Maple Home Game fount OSt lumi f.ilci.ny '.41SOO frnm Film.vnlim M05 00 ins Now 6tH I V, in, iiuvi i Now Slh Please Rush Details of the 21st Fair Tourl With no obligations Name Address Phone Speaking through an interpreter, the 48-year-old son of the founder of the com- pany said in an interview here the "problem his firm faces is catching up with demand, not of slackening demand. Toyota, the world's third largest automaker, sold cars in Canada last year, holding 6.35 per cent of the market the largest of any imported car while almost units were sold in the United States. Total company- production was 2.35 million cars, of which 1.6 million were sold in Japan. Production and sales con- tinued tp boom, he said, in spite of two revaluations of the Japanese yen, which rais- ed it about 32 per cent in about two years. "In the first round revalua- tion in August. 1971, the magnitude of the change was 16.88 per cent upward. We thought it would do some harm to our sales, but we decided to pass it on 100 per cent to the consumer. "But we found there was no adverse reaction in this first round in the second round, we decided to pass on about 10 per cent of the 16-per-cent rise to the North American con- sumer. The balance was ab- sorbed by the factory." Mr. Toyoda said "the 1974 lines will be introduced in Oc- tober and prices will be increased at that time. He was in Toronto to visit Canadian Motor Industries Holdings Ltd. in suburban Scarborough, which dis- tributes Toyota products in Canada and ol which he is a director. Mr. Toyoda said his com- pany is concentrating on the continued use of the piston engine while attempting to be a trend-setter in anti-pollution equipment. "I have injected about million into pollution-free devices to meet the 1976 pollu- tion free regulations He said one of the major problems caused by anti- pollution devices is that of starting cars in cold weather. "So this year we are going to send a group of cold weather testing teams to Canada "We have budgeted for ihis program this year. Sears jr You get more with a Kenmore We service what we sell, coast-to-coast. Each Kenmore washer and dryer is covered by dependable labour and parts warranties plus Sears exclusive 'Satisfaction or money refunded' guarantee. Charge your Kenmore on your all-purpose account. Standard size or portable, here's the easiest way to handle the tom Our lowest-price automatic washer 259 00 Heavy-duty dependability with automatic wash and rinse program 2 temperature combinations 6-vane agitator for gentle, thorough washing action. Lid safety switch stops spin if lid is opened. Porcelain top. Economical match-mate dryer 169 00 Complete your laundry room with this fully automatic dryer. Single program, with high air-speed for fast drying No-heat 'air' fluffs Easy-reach, top-mounted lint screen Door safety switch. Porcelain top. Economy-priced dryer a.Compact. Ideal apartment size. No instal- lation needed. Plugs into any outlet and at the same time. 15 minute wash and 5 minute drying timers. 2-way impeller washing action Automatic pump. Easy to store, on casters. Fully automatic portable dryer b. Up to 90 minutes drying time. Special perm-press cool-down prevents heat-set wrinkles. Lint filter. Door safety switch Push-to-start button. Mar-resistant White acrylic finish. Only 16" deep, 24" wide! Plugs into any outlet. No installation Appliances Ltd. at Simpsons-Sears you get the finest guarantee satisfaction or money refunded and free delivery STORE HOURS- Open Daily from 9.30 a.m. to p.m Thursday and Friday a m. to p.m. Centre Village Mall, telephone 328-9231 ;