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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta __________ Solurdny, Dceiimboi 19, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD -15 CPU perfects system MONTREAL (CP Pacific is perfecting a one-docu- ment procedure for the entire movement of containers from factory to the customer's re- ceiving dock. Fired -wo man gets in lawsuit CALGAIIY (CP) The city Friday was ordered to pay damages to Kay Wood, secre- taiy to foul' Calgary mayors, for vtt'ongfully dismissing her earlier this year. fn an Alberta Supreme Court chambers judgment consented by the city, Mr. Justice J. M. Cairns awarded Miss Wood 625. Miss Wood joined the city in 1959 and served as executive and personal secretary to the city's mayors for JI years until last January. She was dismiss- ed in March. W. J. Stenason, chairman ol CP Ships, said here the simplified documentation will result in time and cost savings in the handling of cargo. Mi-. Stenason snid the com- pany's new container terminal which was opened at Wolfe's Cove in Quebec City Dec. 5 is unique because all operations are combined within one com- pany. "The key to any container op- eration is the effectiveness of the co-operation and integration of the various modes of trans- port necessary to make rapid intercontinental door-to-door movements." For Canadian Pacific, he said, the terminal at Wolfe's Cove is the key to a transportation and marketing strategy designed barely two years ago and in naclian Pacific's handling of containers includes CP ships, CP Rail, CP Express, Smith Transport and transport termin- als. These companies operate a system that collects and distrib- utes container cargo throughout Canada and Uie United States midwest from all parts of Eu- rope, through the terminals at Rotterdam and London. As an example of the advan- tage of one company handling an entire container-shipment service, Mr. Stenason said, CP Rail came up with specially-de- signed container flatcars. RAPID SERVICE The 81-foot-long cars are the lightest of their and carry four 20-foot or two 40-foot containers. So far, the railway has 330 special lightweight or UHKJiy LWU yvnla rtgu m uao iww uj. which the company has invested converted container flatcars. An 530 million. "Containerization of trade be- tween countries makes possible the design of a transportation system which encompasses in- land as well as intercontinental aspects of inte- grated on a least-cost basis." The integrated system in Ca- SAVE NOW ON GIFTS FOR HER! EVERYTHING GOES DURING rWKrm c I Now in full swing at Shoppers' World Save 50 to 75% and More! I I nKAY'S LADIES'WEAR I HIIlM I J SHOPPERS' WORLD Plant a VINEYARD under the Christmas Tree The Ideal Gift and Hobby! COMPLETE WINE MAKING KITS AVAILABLE WINE-MAKERS SUPPLY CENTRE 316 7th Street S. (lower level of Southern Stationers) Distributor of Quality Homo Winemaking Products additional 200 such cars will be delivered by April, 1971. CP Rail has rearranged its train schedule to provide four- hour service from Quebec City to Montreal and overnight eries lo Toronto. The first of CP Stops' new 700-container ships is in service and the company is building other similar vessels to provide service between Quebec City and the two European termin- als. Since the Second World War "we have witnessed a revolution in said Mr. Stenason. The kirgest freight vessel built during the entire era up to the end of the war was a tanker of tons deadweight. Since that time tankers of to tons have become rela- tively and tank- ers of to one million tons are on the drawing boards. Oil imports licences get extension WASHINGTON (CP) Presi- dent Nixon's oil policy commit- tee has reiterated that im- ports of Canadian crude con- tinue under licences tor an additional 15 days, until Jan. 15. This was seen by observers today as simply a formality whereby the administration gains time needed to put togeth- er the new energy policy pack- age promised early in the new year. The recommendation was sent to the president Wednesday for consideration. Nixon set. a day quota on Canadian crude in a presidential proclamation last March that was scheduled to ex- pire at the end of this year. The additional period now will allow oil importers to continue j to use then- regular Canadian allocations and also their re- I maining overseas allocations for the purchase of more crude from Canada as authorized by the president Dec. 4. OALEV TO RUN CHICAGO (AP) Mayor Richard J. Daley, who has served four consecutive four- year terms, announced Thurs- day he will, seek a fifth term. 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