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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thuntfay, March 30, 1972 THE 1.ETHBRIBGE H6BAID 9 Seven day ivork week needed to move grain It is going to ship all die groin the wheat board Bolti for delivery this year, grain handlers nt the seaports will have to work seven days a week. Warning Tlic I.cllibridge Research Sta- tion ran tie ns everybody to fol- low closely UB directions and warnings on all pesticide labels, especially those on rates of ap- pliea'ion and handling. This prediction comes from CP nail in Montreal which says the seven day week will have to be implemented unless tho railways undertake costly expansion programs for locomotive and car fleets. This expansion, CP says, would have to be carried out at government expense. The grain delivery targets set by the wlieat board lor year arc the biggest in the his- tory of country "and only a seven day work week would fill the CP freight officials report. Right now the 11 .'Is nre geared lo work only Cite days per week. The result is a less than satisfactory use of railway fac- ilities. The pressures the new grain sales exert on grain handling and freight facilities don't allow this type of lux- ury.' H Hie elevators continue with only a 514-day work week, rail- ways will require 4.350 addi- tional cars, plus more power if 1972 sales ai-e to bo met. If Ute seaport grain handlers go to six days pw week, mora freight carl will be required. On a seven. day work week basis, Ihe rail- ways could eliminate the need for new equipment and s'ill bo able to meet the orders and deadline sclnxlulcs. LIMITED NUMBER OF COPIES NOW AVAILABLE SPRING 1972 FARM AND RANCH DIRECTORIES A listing of and ranches in the Lethbrlcfge tradfng area with mailing addresses and land loca- 00 EACH Available at The Lethbtidge Herald Printing and Lithographing Division Corner 5th Ave. and 7th St. S. LETHBRIDGE SL your Rovchtokc tiej'cr pleoscd to y hompi. You con you wish to (ioiih did! REVELSTOKE BUILDING MATERIALS LIMITED tf'W U02- 3rd Avenut SaufX AH.. C. M- MIKALSOH BuufMii 317-5777 Yes, I am inUrested >n 3 new Revy home, hjve CU Cl ?BEDROOM HOMES C33BCD-TOOM tlOMvS HOWLS AOniltS on all Used Cars, Trucks and Farm Implements YOU CAN'T AT THESE GREAT SPRING CLEARANCE PRICES 1970 Toyota Corolla 1200 Station Wagon. Wai MM-GVI, Propane Cab Molor overhauled, new rubber, excellent condilion. Wai 1967 I.H.C Ton I.W.I. 4 ipoed, new tired. Wai (t7QC OlJ 2-12 Ft. J.D. 500 Weeders Wa> each Now, each 1952 Fargo 3 Ton Box and hoM. Wat 1-33 Ft. Edwards Rod Weeder Weight Wai 1968 Fargo 3 Ton, New and molar overhauled. Wai JD 301 Fertilizer Spreader 1953 G.M.C. 3 Ton Box hoiil. Wai I SEVERAL USED 36 FT. ROD WEEDERS AND OTHERS, AT FANTASTIC SAVINGS MILK RIVER FARM SUPPLY LTD. "RAIPH OSTENBMG" P.O. BOX 511 MILK RIVER, ALBERTA FORD MERCUR.Y ;