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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, June 26, 1973 Canada's sluml an ailed V.S. seeks ban on whale slaughter K THOMAS LONDON helps heal injured cells and stimulates tissue.Bio-Ujneis has found a unique hcahng-suo- stance with the ability to shrink, hemorrhoids painlcsslv. Jt re- lievcs itching and discomfort m offered in omtmentand supposi- minutes arid speeds healing lory form called Preparation H. of the miured, inlamed tissues. One hcmoriiioiUal torj after another reported striking improvement Pain was promptl} and gei.tlv relieved auu.tl reduction or rciraclton ('brink me) took place. 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NEED CONCENSUS The basic problem, said Prof. Outerbndge, is that no con- sensus exists about what the purposes of the system are and how its aims should be achieved. What is needed is an over-all philosophy to unite the total of criminal justice, he said Priorities for development were needed "so that limited resources can be employed in the most efficient manner A text of Prof. Outer-bridge's address was released to the press before delivery. too crowded. Sperm, sei and minke whales can still support a reasonable level of hunting. Last year's abstention by Canada on a U.S. moratorium resolution was widely misunder- stood, he said. The U.S. proposal was that all whales then protected by a quota restriction be saved en- tirely from the hunt. But, said Sprules, it would have done nothing to extend such protec- tion to whale species not al- ready coming under the quota system. "That was a stupid resolution put by the Americans and Can- ada would have been hypocri- tical to support he said. The hypocrisy would have been ID the support of a whale- saving resolution which pro- tected only a few species while doing absolutely nothing to de- fend other endangered species. His suggestion that sperm, sei and minke whales might be ex- cluded from a moratorium is significant because those are the three species hunted on a large scale by Japan and the Soviet Union, the only two coun- tries still having an important whaling industry. The whaling commission sci- entists claim the three species are plentiful but this is con- tested by the U.S. delegation and several environmentalist groups. Prince Philip among whale ban supporters LONDON (AP) Prince Philip signed an open letter in today' Times of London calling for a 10-jear ban on the killing of wnales. Other signers of the letter, addressed to the International Whaling Commission meeting here, were Prince Bernhard, husband of Dutch Queen Ju- liana, Thor Heyerdahl, presi- dent of the World Wildlife Fund. French oceanographer Jacques Coustcau and Sicco Mansholt. president of the Common Mar- ket commission. They urged a decade-long moratorium on the "barbaric" slaughter of whales "at least until whale products are shown to be essential to human sur- vival and a humane capture technique has been devised KING 5121 DEALER COUPON BOOKLET NOW BEING DELIVERED TO YOUR HOM 18 Money Saving Coupons from participating King Size Dealers Terry Bland Photography Ltd. "CARRIAGE HOUSE" 1224 3rd Ave S lethbridge, Drug Store Pharmacy 1644 Mayor Mogratb Or, lethbridge, Alberto Skelton's Pharmacy 424 Mayor Magra'h Or Lethbridge, Pharmacy 1505 9lh Avo S., lelhbridge, E. Cross Studio 710 3rd S, lethbridge, Alberta Anglo Distributors STEREO ft PHOTO CENTRE 41? 5th Si. S. 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