Based on the row samples you have posted (and I am aware it may not be quite that basic) I have 2 questions.
Does the LQ* line (or any others) matter to you if they should appear?
Can you ever get any CLP line that have no SVC lines under them but that need to be reported?
If the answer to both of those questions is "No" then you should probably make the SVC lines your detail template line in a 3 line sample to get the DTM and REF fields as well.
The CLP lines would then be set to Appends which, once the columns in the table have been re-ordered if necessary, should give what you describe.
If there is a little more to the total requirement then we may need to add some extra processing or extra steps to the process to give the complete result you need.
Glad that worked for you.
Keep on experimenting if you get any seemingly tricky reports. There is a lot you should be able to do that may not be obvious at first sight. The thing is that attempting to document some of the less obvious approaches will always seem puzzling and meaningless until you perhaps find yourself needing them. Only then does the relevance become apparent.
Back in time there was a Monarch Newsletter that was always interesting for regular users and invariably offered and example of something useful that might come in handy in the future or suggest a way to get more out of Monarch in ways that existing users may not have previously considered.
Even more interesting were the Conferences and the handout CDs from the presentations. It was one of those that opened my eyes to the greater-than-obvious potential of Monarch functionality with worked examples of some really obscure and complex report mining. Suddenly things that I had assumed were so obscure that they could never be possible became not just possible but commonly used "tools" in my Monarch armoury (and then shared in the forums).
Have fun with Monarch (or Modeler, whichever you officially have).