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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, February 7, 1975 WEEKEND VALUES at SAFEWAY! FRUIT JUICE ULANI UNSWEETENED HAWAIIAN PINEAPPLE 48 R. oz. til GROUND COFFEE 29 EDWARDS REGULAR or FINE 6RIND Vic Pik 11t. tin STRAWBERRIES BEL AIR FROZEN. Cindi Fincy Sllnd. 15 oz. Ml wt.ctn........................... n. .1 59 0 PRIDE OF CANADA, flindltn Sllcid, 11ll. VK. pikpkg................................n TOMATOES Prairies want no tampering with Crow rates VEGETABLE The three Prairie governments and three provincial wheat pools replied Thursday with a flat, uncompromising NO to suggestions that the statutory Crowsnest limits on railway grain tariffs be changed. "Crowsnest rates must not be tampered declared the pool presidents and ministers responsible for agriculture and transporta- tion in a joint statement following meetings here. Participants said in inter- views that the meeting, called by the three pools to discuss federal proposals for changing the Crowsnest rates, decided to continue support for the rates no matter what replace- ment benefits may be offered. '.'There is no way that we will allow any tinkering or dis- cussion to take place with Crow said Agriculture Minister John Messer of Saskatchewan. Industry Minister Leonard Evans of Manitoba said any change in the Crowsnest rates "as far as I'm concerned is going to take money out of the pockets of the Prairie farmer." UNITED STAND They said conference par- ticipants agreed the Prairie governments and wheat pools should maintain a united stand on the issue and press for reform of the transporta- tion system without altering the Crowsnest rates. Federal Justice minister Otto Lang, minister responsi- ble for the Canadian wheat board, has suggested that the benefit of the Crowsnest limits on what the railways charged for moving grain might be transferred to another form while the railways increased their charges to get more money to modernize the rail system. "We're not buying said Saskatchewan Wheat' Pool official Chris Hansen. Saskatchewan Wheat Pool president E. K. Turner accus- ed the federal government of not following through on promises made at the 1973 Western Economic Oppor- tunities Conference to force the railways to disclose their costs of operation. In addition to the presidents of Saskatchewan Wheat Pool, Alberta Wheat Pool and Manitoba Pool Elevators, par- ticipants at the meeting included Mr. Messer and At- torney General Roy Romanow of Saskatchewan, Industry Minister Fred Peacock and Agriculture Minister Hugh Homer of Alberta, and Mr. Evans and Agriculture Minister Sam Uskiw of Manitoba. PEANUT BUTTER CREAM EMPRESS HOMOGENIZED or CHUNK STYLE 48 oz. net wt. tin SPECIAL SPARERIBS BACON 'Shoot on sight' orders issued LIMA, Peru (AP) The Peruvian government issued "shoot on sight" orders against looters Thursday and decreed other tough measures to halt a civil uprising that has cost about 50 lives. Looting and arson were re- ported continuing in Lima, al- though with less intensity than Wednesday when the gover- ment sent tanks and armored personnel carriers to break a police strike and quell -resulting civilian demonstrations. The military command issued a series of communi- ques warning citizens that patrols were under orders to shoot "without restriction" anyone seen looting, and ordering shopkeepers not to hoard merchandise or mark up on food- stuffs and other essentials. The command lengthened a curfew in the Lima area by two hours, ordering it to run from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m., and warned citizens that "severe legal action" would be taken against violators. The measures came a day after President Juan Velasco suspended individual rights, declared a state of emergency for all the country and.put central Peru under a military administration. Other than official commu- niques, the government has maintained an official silence about the week's events. MOTORS APPLIANCE MOTORS Available Best Prices All Types! FalrflBldAppliinw Ltd. 1244 3rd Avt. Phone 327-66M The violence was touched off by a strike of Guardia Civil policemen that began Monday night. Army tanks smashed into the strike headquarters at dawn Wednesday and some police were seen back on the streets later in the day. Demonstrators took to the streets Tuesday and Wednes- day, and 'the government or- dered a major effort to put down the violence Wednesday night. The army said "a num- ber of people were killed, a large number were wounded, and a great number were ar- rested" by military patrols. Wednesday night. Large, numbers of patrolmen and traffic policemen were seen on the streets again Thursday, but the bulk of the Guardia Civil stayed out of sight. It was not known whether the conflict had been resolved. The Guardias were demand- ing a pay increase of a month in place of the the government had granted. They now earn between and a month. Although Velaseo's regime clamped a news blackout on the fighting, angry groups of students and other civilians took to the streets of Lima. The newspaper Correo, one of 10 nationalized by Velasco last July, was gutted by fire bombs. The plush army of- ficer's club and a government building adjoining the Lima- Sheraton Hotel also were set on fire. TV highlights FRIDAY VARIETY: Smothers 8 p.m., Ch. 11. Tom and Dick are joined by Ray Charles and Dom DeLuise for an hour of comedy and music. COMEDY: M'A'S'H, p.m., Ch. 7. Alan Alda, Loretta Swit and Jamie F'arr are sent to a relief unit medical aid sta- tion under heavy enemy fire. CHIME-DRAMA: Mannix, 9 p.m., Ch. Mike Connors is after an army veteran who was a deserter and does not want to be turned in. Gail Fisher and Felton-Perry also star. CRIME-DRAMA: Kojak, 10 p.m., Ch. 13. Telly Savalas must figure out why a bomber makes no money demands but continues to plant sophisticated bombs that cannot be dis- armed. INTERVIEW: Johnny Carson, p.m., Ch. 8. Truman Capote and the Ace Trucking Company are scheduled to appear on the show.' MUSIC: Midnight Special, 12 midnight, Ch. 9. Dave Mason hosts a program featuring many well known pop artists of today's music. PEPSI RADIQ AND TV LISTINGS Programs me listed by the Radio and Television Stm CHEC 1090 New is 20 min. to the hour and 20 after Farm News News. Weather, Sports News, Weather, Sports Grain Prices News, Weather, Sports News is 20 Minutes to the Hour and 20 Minutes After Saturday Canada .Winter Games Countdown News, Weather, Sports CJOC 1220 Friday Night Probe 1220 Sports Market Report Local News World at Six News News, Weather, Sports News Soccer Results Sports News CHEC-FM 100.9 Monday thru Friday p.m. Concie's Carousel Midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores Midnight Sign Off On Monday thru Friday Saturday Concerts Overtures Encores Concie's Carousel (All Night) CBR 1010 Friday Night A: It Happens Bundolo's Pandemonium Between Ourselves Music West From the Capitals Five Night a Week Major Progression Saturday Sat. Play Back Sat. Sports Play Back Sat. Folks Family Favorites Danny Finlkeman Time Signal Inside from the Outside Our Native Land Native Voice of Alberta Pick of the Goons Met Opera Music From the Middle Cdn. Figure Skating CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN Plus deposit at your favorite service station. Pepsi Introduces The "WINTER GAMES SPECIAL" "PEPSI NO. 1 in New Packaging Ideas in Chinook Country." SHIPBUILDING SITE Hampton Roads, one of the world.'s finest natural har- bors, is the site of Virginia's shipbuilding industry. Ctnidi Fincy Spirting, Replir or Golden Delicious talk VALUES EFFECTIVE IN LETHBRIDGE FEB. SALES IN RETAIL QUANTITIES ONLY! SAFEWAY Copyright 1960, Canada Safeway Limited is This Artist An idiot? Robin Page, of Vancouver, describes himself as a unique idiot. But he is also a unique artist with an outrageous sense of humor. Marq de Villiers tells about him this Saturday In Weekend Magazine. The Uthbridge Herald Hollywood Squares m Password O News HI Truth or Consequences B News O> Let's Make A Deal News O News 0) News Movin On ID News O Hee Haw Truth or Consequences Swiss Family 0) Hot L Baltimore Petrocelli O Sanford Son IB Dr. In The House Kung Fu O Chico The Man Odd Couple All in the Family the Smothers Brothers O Rockford Files 0 M'A'S'H Movie: A Cry For Help O Baretta 8 Mannix a Tommy Hunter a Manhunter 8 News News Kofak a Movie: The Patsy O Tonight Show 11 :OOO National (B News a George Hamilton ID News a Movies: 1. Oklahoma Crude 2. The Truth About a Midnight Special a Movie: Doctor In Clover a Rock Concert Salwtoy Farm News Q Tclccoursc O Yogi's Gang