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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE IETHRRIDOE HERAID Thundoy, April J. .7. GREENE senator or Judge Greene ivon't r U.S. hasn't slammed down on Canadian pipeline WASHINGTON (CPI Inte- rior Secretary Rogers reiterated today lhat he has an "open mind" on the question of how to pet Alaskan oil tn mar- ket and hasn't excluded a pipe- lice across Canada. He also scoffed at TORONTO (CP) .1. J. Giveue, former energy minister who suffered a stroke that left him partially paralysed last September, likely won't run in the next federal election. 'It's not ihc running and the work." Ihe .il-ycav-old Liberal said in an interview Tuesday. "It's the survival rate my chances are hoiier if I lake life a little Mr. CrrFsne, who also served three years as federal agricul- ture minister in the Lester rearson government, left the cabinet in January but still rer> resenls the Niagara Falls riding in the Commons. Lifting weights every day at Lyndhurst Lodge, a Toronto hospital for paraplegics and quadraplegics. he is making a slow hut steady recovery from the stroke he suffered in Tokyo last fall. Prior to that he had suffered two heart attacks. There have been persistent rumors in Ottawa lhat Mr. Greene will eventually be ap- pointed a .senator or a judge. "I've had no specific offers o! a job of any he said. Asked if he would accept a Se- nate peat, Mr. Green replied: "I think I would." He still owns halt of lus old law practice in Ihe Ottawa Val- ley, which he represented from 1003 until 1963 as member for Uie now defunct Renfrew South riding. Writer fire MOSCOW (AP) Soviet au- thorities stepped up their offl clal effort io discredit novelist Abteamlcr Kolzlienilsyu with publication Wednesday of al- most a full newspaper page of letters denouncing his latest novel, August 191-1. The letters, purportedly from 15 writers and literary special- ists across Lhe Soviet Union, ap- peared in the Writers Union weekly LiteraUirnaya Literary Gazelle. They called the N'ohel Prize winner a tool of U'cslern aad a traitor who "indirectly attacks the things most sacred to a So- viet October Revo lution." Publication of the letters came only five days after two major newspapers, Trud and Literary Russia, carried long articles making similar charges. The press campaign is viewed as an attempt to dis- credit Solzhenitzyn in the eyes of Soviet, citizens who may have heard about his writing and re- cent troubles in receiving Ihe Nobel Prize, The author was to have re- ceived the Nobel medal last Sunday in Moscow but Soviet authorities cancelled the entry visa of the Xobel Academy offi- cial who was (o present Uia award. FIREAI1MS TRA'MNG All members ot the Leth- hridge city police force attend- ed a firearms training course sponsored jointly by the city force and the United .Stales FBI. The course was instruct- ed by FBI special agent Fred Basset. Inte-uiton is an on of mar-pi pc-fi used by Morton himself and somo of his aides in tho past that a Canadian pipeline eouid not be seriously considered because ihe oil companies have rot formally applied In build one. Morion [old a news the "viability" of a Canadian nmle "shouldn't rest on thai argument. T( (lie Canadian route proved better than a trans-Alaska route "from every oilier point of view, you'd make a choice which would gel you an also said he (eels there is "nothing to be gained" from cither a series of public hearings or nn extension ot lime for public comment on a recently-issued euvironmentnl-impacl statement covering tho application of an oil build a 790-mile oil pipeline across Alaska. Several questions touched on a recent visit here by Energy Minister Donald Macdonakl of Canada, who said he got the Impression an Alaska pipeline edge In Morton's thinking over a Canadian line. The Canadian minister outlined to Morton many ot the environmental, financial and oilier difficulties facing Ihe Canadian pipeline. Alter such a recital, "I I vras supposed to stand on my head and cheer" about Canadian prospects, Morton said with n smile. But he hoped Macdonald "didn't get the Impression that we are not Interested." The 1972 Mercedes-Benz "This is the year I finally own a 1. "The least costly models." Economy with engineering features still unavailable on the most expensive domestic sedans. The 220 has 4-wheel disc brakes, fully independent suspension, seais five comfortably, and holds 20.5 cu. ft. of luggage. The 220D is similar but with a dlcscl engine that is economical in fuel and costs less to maintain. Model 220 ftom 2. 250 "A most desirable sedan." Handles more like a sports car than a sedan. It should. The near perfect mating of suspension, brakes, powerplant and functional design closely resembles that of 3 true sports car. It's a joy to feel this jewel respond to your every whim. Spirited 2.8 litre engine with braka designed to be even stronger than the engine. From 3. 250 Coupe "Abeautiful design concept." The raked windscreen and graceful roofline arc in- deed attractive. But their grace is more than a styling exercise. H is part of a sturdy safety zone encircling the occupants. And like every Mercedes-Benz, its reputation rests on performance: alive and obedient. It's all these things that make this car tnily beautiful. From 4. 280SE, SE4.5, SEL4.5 "All day comfort." Merc's luxury of control that erases tensions that build in a day's driving. Orthopedically contoured scats are designed for extended stays, nor demon- stration rides. Even the steering column lias a shock absorber. The 2SOSE's engine is a fuel-injected 6 cylinder. High performance models SE 4.5 and SEL 4.5 have the 4.5 litre V-8. from 5, 350SL4.5 "The civilised sporls car." The more than a sports car. It is neither loud nor cramped. The 4.5 litre V-8 engine offers refined, powerful, smooth running. Interior appoint- ments and driving comfort equal to Mercedes-Benz sedans. A sports touring car with innovations in and reliability that may go unmatched for years. From Shown at right the supercharged 540-K of 1937 and the experi- mental Clll, perhaps the world's fastest laboratory! The Clll is not for sale. The 1972 models, shown above, are the result of 8 decades of engineering excellence that stretches back to Karl Benz's history-making "Patent Motor Vehicle" of 886. If, likens, you value technical excellence and superb workman- ship above all else, you should test drive a Mercedes-Benz this week. That is the only way you can really experience the pleasure of driving a car built to a most demanding philosophy. And when you do, we believe you'll want to make this the year you finally own a Mercedes-Benz. 6. 300SEL4.5 "Roomier than a domestic sedan." Engineering for effortless high-speed cruising hour after hour. New 4.5 litre V-8 engine, automatic fuel injcctionv air suspension, standard equipment extends to electric windows and air conditioning. Although 2 feet shorter than most domestic sedans there's more room inside! A modest victory for those who seek comfort not status. From McJil HO.K Melil Clll jhoM n sii7gestH rcrJiJ, cychi-'ire o] oprinns sach ji sun-roof. F.O.B. Toronto. Provinciit lixesezuj. d: 4 uhrelrli'.: nn all iinomsnt: transmission c.iccpt for 220D, air conditioning and up. Enquire abmn nur pMinptm Delivery Plin. fm rrtifc inform 3! KTI Trryonr local dealer, write: Mpvrfrtej-Benr of Can id a Ltd ,849 FrlinTon ATC. F-, Toronto I 7. Out. PRO MOTORS LTD. 1520 2nd Avenue South, Lethbridge, Alta. Phone 328-4021, 328-4845 ;