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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta y, March 15, 1VZ-THE IETHBRIDGE Hellyer claims labor relations are still in the 6dark ages EDMONTON (CP) Lnbor relations arc slill in Ihe "Dark Ages" where the "law of (he jungle" rules, Paul Hellyer told a meeting of the Men's Cana- dian Club Tuesday. "That strikes and lockouts are acceptable is becoming self-evident. The losses, in phy- sical terms, from industrial strife are enormous. That is the irony of most modern strikes nobody wins. "In almost every case, the striking workers never recover tbe wages lost during tile strike. Their employers usually suffer financial loss as well." TAXES INCREASE Consequently, ttie Action Canada leader said, tax rates must he higher for the rest of a country hccause neither the employee nor the employer in- volved in a strike pay full taxes. Successive interruptions essential services such as lite coal strike that paralysed Britain arc "driving people the wall." "Is it any wonder thai (here is a growing demand for He asked. "We should substitute the rule of law for the rule of the jungle. We should end the or- ganized blackmail and put people and their needs first "In almost every other sphere of human life, the rule of law applies. Differences be- tween individuals and with third parties are settled by well established rules inter- preted in courts of law. "It is only in the field of labor management relations that we cling to the practices of the dark ages." NEEDS MORE WOMEN Mr. Hellyer repeated what he had told a meeting of the Women's Canadian Club earlier in the day. when he said the House of Commons needed PAUL IIELLYFR jungle law rules CN timing car service dropped OTTAWA (CP) Dining car service is to bs dropped April 3( from two Canadian Nationa" trains between Toronto and Montreal and some dining car personnel laid off as a result. Jackie Tapp, CM public rela- tions officer, said Monday cafe- lounge cars serving snacks w repace full dining car service on the Bonaventure and Lake- shore trains between the two cities, Club galley cars serving airline-style, pre-packagec meals will he introduced for club car passengers. The club galley service now is operating on (he morning Kapido service betM'een Montreal and Toronto Only the evening Rapido wil continue to offer full dining car service on the route. Japanese proles] rising prices TOKYO RED pEKR fCTl A pnhlJ. inquiry inlo the affairs of Deer College is scheduled U open Monday, April :i, commis sioncr Dr. T. C. Byrne said today. Dr. Byrne said he will invid submission of briefs to the in qiirry from the coinmunily a large. Deadline for submission is March 27. lore women members. "In order to get the basic re- orms which I am concerned bout put into he lotd he women, "we will have to ilect many more women "It is perfectly obvious that lie great majority of Cana- dians arc concerned about tho effects of unemployment and inflation and want something radically new to he tried, "They know monopoly power being exercised b y powerful trade unions and industries is pushing costs and prices to levels which make life nearly intolerable for tile weak and unprotected." He criticized the federal gov- ernment's prices and incomes commission as an expensive effoi't which was "weak-kneed" and doomed from the start. "Something has (o he he said. "If not, by the end of the century, on the basis of present settlements and rates of productivity a per- son needing today wil] need just to stand rel- atively still. "In the face of this evidence, [money policy. doesn't the government "The government was treat- ing a kind of inflation that doesn't exist in Canada. They were treating classic inflation too much money chasing loo act? Obviously they need some experienced, well trained women and men to bring them into line. lie described as "riisaslrous1' j goods. Ottawa's imposition of a light-1 "But cur stores were full of food, clothing and evcrylliing else we needed. Consequently Ihe policy was doomed from the start and would suc- ceed only in pulling hundreds of thousands of people out of, work unnecessarily with tragic human consequences." moefo TBJIEIUlVllNTflGEOfOIIRlflWPRlCESHflW! PHARMACY FOR FAST RELIEF OF BUDGET PAINS SINUS CONGESTION f COLDS r- HAY FEVER V Kills Germs By Millions On Contact Head and Shoulders Dandruff conlrol shampoo that leaves hair sofl and manage- able. Family size, EACH Crest Toothpaste Super size of toothpaste fhat helps reduce teerh cavities. Regular or Mint. EACH Listenne Antiseptic Moulhwash and gargle in 12-oz. size with more. 15-or. un- breakable bollle. 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