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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE IETHBRIDGE H5SAID Tliumlciy, April 20, 1972 Oilaiva won't pay boxcar JL charges OTTAWA itT> Minister Olln L..m JllSlk'O .ilil in thi1 till' L'.OV- when ears sit idle Air. LiUK was hu by a siring of opposition questions about movements. In response he said lite, tnuis- 1 irn- v.li'i siH'.iks for Hie piirtalion system can he -esiwiicl to the clial- i sales, that find Ca- acqniring lo move (vven to vising a mnv idle National llarhors Doanl ter- minal iti Vancouver aiid who t 1 (old John Llvtenliakc. Prince AHwi llvil ilonmrrape. tliu Canadian Nat.. diaries ave censiilercvl a ''risk vi doing Tlicsc mos aro payments nadian 1'atific arc more rolling stock grain, ainsirteration is shipments behind Imt ar still nhciul uf lust year's record pace. lie said ns ol Wednesday there vveie 11 shins in Vancou- ver jirain. Jack Murla (I' C i s a r) asked wlial efforts aro being made by MIL' federal fovern- ment to ntuvc a backlog of 25 million bushels ol wheat. Mi', replied t h a t Ilic shipments may lie heliind target now hul wi'i'o VO million bushels ahead of last year's record Mi'. raid tho minister talking of short-term plans and a.sked what Ihe federal eniinent is prepared lo (lo ahotil additional expenses ineurred b> farmers for such things us tic- LOCATIONS SUPER SPECIAL ONLY, EACH Eal, and be Merry! 1152 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE S. PHONE 327-6440 Mr. Limy said discussions me licld on (ho use of inland Icnninals atul mentioned Hint the.' had paid the ex- pense1 of moving .sonic yrain during Ihc wilder via nnil train. lie UK; tfoverntnonl can expect Ihe Iraitsporlalioii sys- tem lo re.spond lo the challrngn of moving grain. Mr. DiefiMibakL'r asked alionL demurrage charges amounting lo hctwLTn ?7 millioti and million and asked whether the federal government planned to pick up the liill. Mr. Lang rejected Mr. Diufen- baker's Iliat inai holdups are tlie fault of Die crnmenL and said the fjovcm- mcnt hns done much for farm- ers and the movement of grain. Mr. Piefcnbnker paid "lhe minister couldn'l tliat fairy tale; he liad to read it." Alf (Heave INDl'-Saskaloon asked about commil- nients from the railways, specif- ically (lie Cl'It, provide more rolling slock and motive power. Mr. Lang said (he railways arc acquiring men e stock. Los 13 c n j a m i n gitia-Lakc Centre) ;iskod about NIC National Harbors Hoard ter- minal in Vancouver thai has not IJCCMI in use for Ihreo or four years. Mr. Lang said use ol (he (er- minal is being examinefl in the li.qtit of costs and alternative fa- cilities. (1IM< show wins Miclirncr OTTAWA CCF) Tho CRC documentary The Tenth Dec- ade has for the. corpora- lion (he second annual Mieli- cner Award for JourtialisiH, il was announced here. The award, donated by Gcn. Michouor and adminis tercil hy the Federation of Vrcss Clubs of Canada, was shared last year by (lie CfiC with Tin: Financial Tost for a joint investigation ol charter air 'Hie widely acclaimed win- documentary this year c.-oncemed the gov- ornmonls former primo min- :3ter.s John Dicfctibnkcr ond Lcsicr J'cnrson. EXCLUSIVE ON CABLE T.V. MONDAY, MAY 1st at 8.30 p.m. CHANNEL 2 MOHAMMED All CHUVAIO FIGHT LIVE FROM VANCOUVER closed circuit cavernge for cable TV viewers PHONE 328-1222 NOW DAY OR NIGHT For your table TV hook-up arrnngemcnls 1251 3rd Avenue Soulh EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 57 NUMBERS 2nd JACKPOT IN 52 NUMBERS NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED! PUBUC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY-APRIL 20-CHEMOS FRIDAY-APRIL 21-CHEMOS SATURDAY-APRIL 22-METROS Dunlop Ford clear iheir entire fleet of company owned and executive driven 1972 cars at drastic reductions. Included In tlih offer arc other in stock units which must be sold to make room for incoming spring inventory. Come see and save this at Dunlop Ford "it's like buying direct from Ihe 1972 Maverick 4-door Sedan Low mileago demo., dartc green metallic, VO, engine, auto, accent group, block healer, K.D. bnllery, white 51 de wall tires. Regular Retciil NOW ONLY 1972 PINTO 2 DOOR. 1600 cc engine, 4 speed trans., bucket seats, block heat- er and many other Ford Belter Ideas. AS LOW AS............ 1972 Torino 2-door Hardtop Medium gtecn rnelajlic, wllh green vinyl inferior, great for the Youn9 farnily, V8 engine, nulo. trans., radio, ww tfrris, bumper guards, block hoot or. Regular Reti.il NOW ONLY These A-l Used Cars Carry Donlop Ford's exclusive 30 Day Unconditional Guarantee! 1968 Cougar 2-door Hardtop 8 cyl., auto., P.S., P.B., radio, vinyl roof, itoreoy mileage. NOW 1970 Plymouth Sports Fury V3, aulo., P.S., P.O., radio, buckol seats, stereo. NOW iJ 1968 Ambassador DPI 4 door seclon, 8 aulo., P.S., P.B., factory cor.dilioninrj for your 'jiimmer rfl (TJi comfori. Save NOW V H Ofcjtl 1968 Fonfuic 2 plus 2 2 door Hardtop, fully equipped, P.S., P.R., seals, vinyl roof. jfl 1971 Chevrolet Imnaia 2-dr. Hardtop 8 cyl., nuto., P.S., P.B., radio, mileage. NOW 2 only! 1971 Datsun Pickups Low mileage, 4 cyl., 4 speed. YOUR CHOICE 1972 Mustang 2-door Hardtop Sporli roof, 351 2V Cleveland V8 crgine, P.S., oulo. Irani., radio, P.B., while bucket senls, mileage, rear ipeaber. Regular Retail AS LOW AS OPEN HOURS: Weekdays 8 a.m. 9 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. I Trade-In Allowances i Corner M.M. Drive and 16th Ave. S. No Payments Until May! Phone 328-8861 HJGHUQHTSI THUIISDAY Sl'OKT: Stanley Clip Semi-finals, p.m., Cli. 13. Tlie St. Louis Bines mecL tbe Bruins in Boston. SPECIAL: Apollo 16, p.m., Cli. 7. The first of the moon walks by the two-man crew of the lunar module. MOVIE A11VENTUHE: "Tlir p.m., Ch. 7. MOVIE DRAMA: "Cockloshrll 3 p.m., Cli. T. British Royal Marines allempt to destroy German ships in Bordeaux Harbor during World II. SCIENCE FICTION: "The Creature Walks Among p.m., Ch. 7. The amphibious Gill Man from the. Black. Lagoon wreaks havoc.1 after scientists convert him into an air-breathing humanoid. 1NTEKVIEW: David Frost, 12 midnight. Cli. 13. "Eliza- bell] Taylor at 40." Liz discusses her childhood, career and her conversion to Judaism in the first of IM-O interviews. I'ltlDAY MOVIE DIIAMA: "Ilayim." 1 p.m.. Ch. 7. Romance and melodrama in the New Orleans bayou country. MOVIE DllAMA: "IlnWioiT Itoman 1 p.m., Cli. Two rival gangs fight for the loot from a bank robbery. ANGLO'S Radio TV Lbllngs Pngramt Cre limd by radio qnd Itttvlilpn tfolloni. Any voilatlen In pragmm li fa lotl- mlnula changn by