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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, May 11, 1973 Air market may be split between major carriers By BOB DOUGLAS OTTAWA (CP) The gov- ernments international air pol- icy, now being overhauled, will likely split the world market be- tween Air Canada and CP Air. A government source says one of the most important changes is expected to be a icugh percentage division be- tween the two carriers of the in- ternational air cargo and pas- senger market. This would en- sure that neither airline has un- fair antage over the other. In addition, the carriers will probably be assigned new terri- tory under the policy of naming CP Air or Air Canada as the Canadian carrier to different Home Recipe Flan It's simple how one may lose pounds of unsightly fat right in your own home. Use this home recipe .dietary plan. It's easy, no trouble at all and costs little. Just go to your drug store and ask for Karan Reducing Plan. Pour liquid into a pint bottle and add enough grapefruit juice to fill the bottle. Take two tablespoonsful twice a day as needed and follow the Naran Reducing Plan. If first purchase does not jhow you a simple easy way to lose i bulky fat and help regain slender more graceful curves; if reducible pounds and inches of excess fat don't disappear from neck, chin, arms, hips, abdomen, calves and ankles just return the empty car- ton for your money back. Follow this easy way endorsed by many who have tried this plan to help bring back alluring curves and graceful slenderness. Note how quickly bloat disappears, how much better you feel. More alive, jouthful appearing and active. parts of the world. Africa, for example, has not been granted to either one. The source says the new pol- icy will not be announced for some time, at least a month from now. The policy review is taking longer than expected. Transport Minister Jean Marchand esti- mated early in March that it would be announced in mid- April. SHOWED CONCERN He expressed concern in a March 23 Commons speech that Air Canada is not guaranteed a dominant position on inter- national routes. He noted that domestic air policy assures Air Canada 75 per cent of the Canadian mar- ket. But no such division exists for international routes served by Canadian airlines. Unless these limits were spelled out clearly, CP Air could replace Air Canada as the m.iior international carrier, he said. "Southern Alberta's Largest" DONT MISS OUT ON THE Prices have been slashed on our entire stock of IVAN IUKENDA We are pleased to announce Ivan lukenda has joined our sales staff and will be pleased to assist you. Northwest e Commodore Bendix Homes Trade-ins accepted Buy now and save Coutts Highway, east of Drive-In Phone 328-8031 Monday thru Thursday 9 a.m to 9 p.m. Friday ond Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday 1 to A p.m. browsing Sports writer at work David Eisenhower, grandson of former U.S. President Eisenhower, and son-in- law of President Nixon, poses at a telepho ne in the Philadelphia Bulletin newsroom where he has been hired as a baseball spo rrswriier. Eisenhower, 28, his Navy duty ended, will be covering the Philadelphia Phillies. His pay was not made public. issins fish tale un OTTAWA (CP) A tale of financial woe, complicated by a misled computer and boxes of missing fish, un- wound before hushed mem- bers of the Commons fisheries and forestry committee Thursday. "There are things we will never said Fernand Doucet, chairman of the Freshwater Fish Marketing Corp., in explaining a mil- lion loss by the Crown corpo- ration since 1971. The financial mess was fur- ther complicated by poor records which even had stum- ped Auditor-General Maxwell Henderson. The corporation's financiaf statement for 1971-72, made public in April, showed the corporation lost million. Mr. Doucet said in an inter- view that the estimated losses ARANCE Sheets Various Colors Large Quantity to T per SHEET NEW and USED FLOOR COVERINGS, FURNITURE, APPLIANCES BATHROOM FIXTURES 4'00 SO L o A PAIR 139-179 SA.25 "IF WE DON'T HAVE IT WE CAN GET IT" 227-lltli St. FORT MACLEOD OPEN SUNDAY Phone 234-3036, 234-3166 of million for 1972-73 were merely a continuation of these losses for the same reasons. An official report has not yet been made on the 1972-73 fis- cal year which ended in April. He told the committee the losses were caused by the drop in catches caused by mercury pollution, the change in value of the United States dollar and the high cost of building two fish processing plants. The Freshwater Fish Mar- keting Corp. was formed in 1969 by federal and provincial governments to market catches. It operates in Al- berta, Saskatchewan, Mani- toba, the Northwest Terri- tories and northwestern On- tario. The corporation's annual re- port for 1971-72 says the pre- liminary estimates for build- ing a fish processing plant at Transcona, Man., were million but "to date, the plant and equipment have cost million." STUMPS HENDERSON The report contains a letter from Mr. Henderson saying He is unable to express an opinion on the corporation's financial statement because "the condition of the records and internal control during the year deteriorated to such an extent that the correctness of the records was affected." Mr. Doucet put the blame for poor records on a former corporation official who "tried to do something with a computer he didn't quite un- derstand." "There are things we will never know from last March, when we started using the computer, until about Octo- he told the committee. Mr. Doucet said that during the period boxes of fish disappeared. "We have never been able to find out what happened to it." Mr. Doucet said 20 people had left the corporation's em- ploy since last fall. "Some were fired, some re- signed, and some resigned be- fore t'.ioy were fired." The corporation president was re- placed last fall. Mr. Doucet said an un- known quantity of fish had to be destroyed. He said the auditor-general had been unable to determine how much. "Neither can he said. FAMILY FUSS SIMMERS AMONG NIXON CLAN SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) A family fuss is simmering among President Nixon's Cal- ifornia cousins, triggered by the money problems of the Phillip Milhous family. "They'd better leave me and my family de- dared Milhous' wife, Anna. She said her son, who has declared bankruptcy, had quit a private detective's job be- cause he was being forced to break the law by being as- signed as an undercover agent to panties where drugs were being used illegally. "If he'd got caught, he'd have gone to she told a reporter. Her husband, the presi- dent's first cousin, disclosed two years ago that he and his wife had been ill and were forcsd to go on welfare, Now, their son, 28-year-old Ronald Milhous, has run into finan- cial misfortune. CAREERS SHELL CANADA LIMITED REQUIRES TEMPORARY 1ST H Gas Temporary position is available at our Waterlon Processing Plant located near Pincher Creek, Alberta. Candidates should be a 2nd or year B.Sc. candidiate in Mechanical or Chemical Engineering. Interested applicants should write stating qualifications end experience to: Shell Cannr'a limited P.O. 10E8 PINCHER CREEK, Alberta ATTENTION M. J. LaBria Office Supervisor CTV network appointments TORONTO (CP) Appoint- ment of three vice-presidents and two directors in various fields of programming in the CTV Television network were announced here. The new appointments, an- nounced by Murray H. Cherco- ver, president and managing di- rector, are: Arthur Weinthal, director of entertainment programming; Philip Wedge, vice-president and director of programming; Tom Gould, vice-president, news, features and information programming; Don Cameron, director of news, features and information programming; and Raymond JunMn, vice-president and general sales manager. AGRI-BUSiNESS CAREERS NEED A NEW CHALLENGE? We are a major growing feed and farm supply com- pany requiring personnel in the three prairie provinces. If you are success oriented but progress has been slow, we invite you to talk to us. We offer top fringe benefits and excellent advancement possibilities. Agricultural background nacessory. Agricul- tural educc'ion and soles and service in livestock poultry preferred. We also hove openings for technical and order desk personnel. Please write only stating qualifications: J. C. AAcTagggrt MASTER FEEDS DIVISION MAPLE LEAF MILLS LIMITED 1505 17th Ave. S.E. Calgary, Alberta T2G 1K1 CITY OF GRAMOE (Pop. Due to retirement, applications are invited for the City Clerk position. Duties are as specified in the Municipal Government Act excluding those in the financial and account- ing area covered by the City Treasurer. Substantial exper- ience in legal procedures or municipal administration is re- quired. This community, as a growing regional centre, blends the best of rural and urban living, with excellent recreational and educational facilities, including first year university. Salary will be in the to range, fringe bene- fits include Local Authorities Pension Plan. Duties to com- mence September "I, 1973, applications will be received until June 15, 1973 in envelopes marked "Confidential" ad- dressed tO: J. G. I. MIEDEMA, CITY COMMISSIONER 9902 101 STREET GRANDE PRAIRIE, ALBERTA THJS IS A SUPERS, FULLY-AGED WHISKY ITS PEDIGREED GOODNESS REPRESENTS THE PROUDEST ACHIEVEMENT OF CANADA'S DISTINGUISHED MASTER DISTILLERS DfSTilLED AGED. BOTTLED IN BOND UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF THE CANADIAN GOVERNMENT Hie Prime Canadian OFC Canadian whisky is 8 years old. Picked in its prime. At 2-years old Canadian whisky is pale, tmmatured and around 12 is darker and beginning to take on a heavy 'woody' taste. In between this time, it becomes golden, mellow, smooth and full-bodied. In our opinion OFC is the prime Canadian whisky. That's why OFC is only 8 years old. The prime time for taste, try it. LTD VAU.eVltl.0, CANADA OFC "It takes no getting used to." v CANADIAN SCHENLEY DISTILLERIES LTD. Celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Canadian Schcnlcy football ;