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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBR1DGE HERAID Thim'lny, November 18, 1971 New COM >yicr-: K'l" Oi "The nl is fimily com- piv.iMsals by iiiii'.L iiy t mined lo of a m I'" n'-" to "ili- risais of I hi- controversial logis- lalion which Iris been described by clitics on one hand as "so- cialistic consumerism" and oil inc oilier as a soll-i'il'. I" big The ci'nirnl crilioi-ms of the bill-that H is against bigness in companies and is passing on are and how it will work. Mr ford said. "The noal is efficiency, not competi.ion for competition's 1 sake." he said. II was only when market forces weie (lis- lorted in some important decree that (lie legislation "contem- plates any fnmi of interven- tion." There was nothing for exam- ple, in the measure's nr.Tger provisions lo prevent formation; of a few large, specialized; firms. H would he entirely pos- i sible for Canadian manufactur- ers lo merge their operations into a large- to meet slnniEi import ciimix'titioii. SIHIK.' coiifuhicti seemed to ;u'i.-en over Ihe hill's tliiiremcni lhai efficiency Ijene- gained from mergers Id be (in kt the- consumer under c'ertnin circumstances. This dw.s not unply to all mergers, only thuso .shown to a reshlctive elfect {in fijiunetiiiur., Mr. Hasl'ord snid. "The infetil is nothing moro to ensure that mergers do not become a vehicle for monopolies, with i he Mii-fils wholly retained by [he pai'tics to the merger." ,-naii M liinfaeturei-s As- POINT RICHMOND. Calif. r''c K'ln'cmen C'irm-' n0 down lo tile and Better ,p., [IV. tjlc time in the 'Mid li the bit: --n cniil'i he in the js nc American to ;-.-ford ,-aiil lie i a.-- Ivcn (0 hunt whales. r.ted in seme o.r the re- expires Dec. 15 and M ''-e hill and his does not intend views. (0 it. ii-: iil'i'iiRTlMTIES Moby Dick days of Ihe repeati'diy s: id he the U.S. whaling fleet was to anv c'jnslnictivo ths largest in the world, with ;.i imprinc ihe ships. But now only three 'sovernmi-nt Iv.d ru.-ty whalers arc left, based at li-nrt'is this'lonely. weathcrbeaten point oPiioriun'.'U's en the northern leg of San Fran- i e.' Maurice iM-ei'ii-ideiv'! -n'.'r- II Stan.- nrdcrei: ih.e ban on N fit ihe and last .March i after for- r-vii .-..emrd to be me- inierior wcrel.-iry Walter create a strident op- Hickel put all w h a 1 e s h e to bring pres- woriii'.- biggest Ihe n? ih.c bill." f-ndangered species list. Impor- uni-eali-iic and self-, taiion'e! whale meat and oil to .Mr f'.asinrd sairl. liiel'S also was banned. HI POLITICS Kames the ban on poiit'cs to pacif.v the Clar pn creuse Wednesday a recivieft Motors Conj. to rais11 prices by crat on Tiie commission also an- nounced that it lias n.-ked for ail'iitioaal detailed t'rinn Chrysler Corp., which has filed a request to automo- bile price by about 5.9 per cent. The Ford Motor Co. has re- quested initial price increases averaging two per cent based on deferred labor costs, the commission said hi a statement The :i'-n was stuydmg the Ford request. As for American Motors, the in effect ruled that th3 pncc increase jr.eOuS ;r.e general price guide- lines the commission set last v.-ct-k. Ki INSTITUTE OF MOTIVATIONAL Build Sales Dentistry Self-Ccnfidence Build Self Discipline Develop Self Stop: Smoking Improve Study Habits Bed Wetting Master Emotions Stuttering Improve Memory Nail Biting Eliminale Nervous Other Habits Tension Sleep Soundly Concentration to improve Lose Weight Sports Abilitirs Classic Phobias Overcome fea.s of: Incompatibility Individual and crcup instruction available in helro-hypnosis and hypr.osis. lecture service to cny non-profit organization. 24 HOUR ANSWERING SERVICE PROFESSIONAL HYPNOSIS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY: 328-6426 324 7th St. 5. Lethbridge 261-3840 621 5th Ave. S. Calgary ting one small industry out of business." He talked in the warehouse of his Del Monte Fishing Co.. the only U.S. whaling operation sir.ce 1W7. There, whales are hoisted up a chute from the sea to he butchered and processed into pet food. "No butchering operation is said Dennis Hunter, whose father. C A 'Gib) Hunter, is contractor for the seagoing end of the operation. "These ccologists should real- ize that whatever meat they eat beef, to be butchered somewhere and it wasn't pretty." HACK SOME PROTECTION lie and Caito agreed that some species should be pro- tected, such as the humpback and blue whale which have been reduced In less than five per cent of their populations of 50 years ago. "But there's no evidence those we finback and Caito said. Dale Rice, a federal marine researcher, said the purpose of the government ban is to permit whales to replenish themselves "and presumably the govern- ment will allow' hunting again after the herds have built them- selves back up to the optimum levels." He estimated this could take 50 to 100 years. Del Monte's average yearly catch is about 150 whales. Caito said this "doesn't even make a dent" in the world's whale herds, especially when Japan and the Soviet Union together take nlore than 20.000 whales a year. The International W na i i n g Commission, which governs the 'Open-line hot shots' under fire VANCOUVER fCP) A be- lief that politicians, columnists and "open line hotsbots'1 on radio are seeking to divide or- ganized workers, the poor and the young found bitter expres- sion Wednesday among conven- tion delegates of the British Co- lumbia Federation of Labor. Part of the anger stemmed from fear that, a divide and- conquer campaign may be tak- ing its toll among ordinary un- ion members. "Some of our memhtrs are beginning to look down on peo- ple who are collecting welfare.1' t.lie 500 delegates were told by Ernest Mimes of the Seafarers International Union. "In the rank and file, we're hearing men ask why they should have to pack "bums on welfare1' on (heir add- ed C. P. Nesile of the Vancou- ver Labor Council, i "We have to tell our people that if we're on strike rnd those on welfare start thinkm.2 1 that we're bums, then they'll 1 start crossing our picket lines to take our jobs. We have to 1 back and convince our niein- IXTS that they better not be- i come the hard hate in this so- 1 cietv." industry worldwide, is allm Kus.via and .Japan to hunt whajts next spring in I ior.n! waters off the coast of Ihn state of Washing- ton, Cniio .-'aid. WaUri- Kirkness, acting dirci.1- tor resource management fur iho Federal Bureau of Fish- rrifs, the t'.S1. cart only exert "morn! persuasion" on (he JWC. Cait'i is seeking government reimbursement for about 35 em- ployees who will lose their jobs urn! fnr the company which has invested SI.5 million. His com- pany and the Hunters have ether fishing interests but for -fiiK1 er their employees the fu- is uncertain. Try to sell children .lACKSONVILU'I, Kla. (AP) An Oklahoma Ixiy scout loader and n companion have Iwcn I'liarficd ivi'li trying to sell two children I" n police under- cover agent for ami a used tar. Held without bond uerc Mil- ford Bennett. 37, also known as William O'llara, and Robert lenhaver, 22. bolli house painters from Oklahoma. Police said a three-year-old girl involved in the alleged deal had identified Bennett as her father from a picture in the newspaper and that the other child, a two-year-old hoy. was believed to ix; the son of a Oklahoma City woman whose whereabouts was undetermined. An FBI spokes man said: "Our information is that Wes- tenhavcr claims he just went along tor the ride and was una- ware of what the trip was all Tlie children, reporlcd lo have been hungry and dirty, spent Ihe night in Ihe home of a pri- vale family. Investigator W. 1C. Reacham SMOKERS TO REAR WASHINGTON (AP) The Interstate Commerce Commis- i skin said Wednesday companies such as Greyhound and Trail- ways will have to set aside 20 per cent of their bus seals in the rear for smokers, after Jan. No one on any other part of the bus will be permitted to srntfc said Ihe iindiTCdver agent, who servos as a private informer and was nol identified, was cas- ually acqiiainlcd with Bennett and'nienlioni't! during a conver- sation a year aqn (hat he was inlereslcd in adopting two chil- dren. Office r s would not say whether Ihe children were stay- ing in the home of the informer i and his wife, who worked to- gcther in the deal. Police said O'llara carried I cards identifying him as the leader of Bny'Sucut 185 in Oklahoma City. WHEAT CROP During the last 10 years, I average annual wheat crop in Saskatchewan has been 365 mil- lion bushels. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capitol Furniture Dldg. aPHONE 32S-7684MI STARKIGHTER LOST NKUI3ERG. Germany (AP) Another F-KHG Starfighter of the West German Air Force crashed near this Bavarian town Wednesday night, killing a major. 11 was the HCth of the U .S .-d e s i g n e d fighter lost by the Germans. A Government Project Developed By Fransden Holdings Limited PHONE 327-7464 DAY 328-5706 NIGHT Down Payment on a 3 bedroom Down Payment on a 2 bedroom to Monthly Payments including taxes to Income Qualification Situated in Woolco district For more details phone above numbers ANIMAL POPULATION Saskatchewan has about one million swine, seven million poultry, turkeys, horses. V Service GENERAL WORKS MANAGER Salary to Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development National and Historic Parks Branch BANFF, Alberta Managing a complex maintenance engineering organization employing specialized personnel on roads, buildings, utilitiM and grounds in Banff National Park. The successful will require Ihe planning, organiring and lechmcal direction lo maintain capital assels such as the Banff townsile (pop. 3 roads (200 miles including Ihe Trans Canada High- major buildings; utilily systems serving large visitor populalions; and other reloled visitor facilities. Quota No. 7I-E-9B6-A. Forward "Application for Employment" (Form PSC 367-401) available at Post Offices, Canada Manpower Centres and Public Service Comminion Offices, to the: Public Service Com- mission, 300 Confederation Building, 10355 Jasper Edmonton 15, Alberta. SIMPSONS-SEARS Contact our floor furnishing consultant for the; gift the whole family will appreciate. See him today for installation by Christmas. Footlights sq. yd. SIOIH HOURS Open Daily o.m. lo p.m. Wednesday 1 n.m. lo p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. Ccnlrfi Village. Tclophonfl 320 9231 A new oiirl concept in coiprl tng, a dnnsc completely undisciplinrd heavy shag tnxluro. Extreme durability and weorobility, prac- lical ns It is beautiful. Doubln julo back ronstruction for added stability and tuft bind. EtJ5y caring for keeps this rarprt looking likf! now, ;