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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Nature's biggest sea creature is near extinction Down through the ages men have hunted the largest sea creature ever to inhabit planet the whale. As far back cs the 10th-century Basques were traclcir.g down this huge mammal for the same reasons the big whaling nations of today Norway, Iceland, the Soviet Vnieii still pursue it: for its oil. meat, skin, and bone. There is very liltle of the whale that man can't use. But tl'ore is also very little produced by the whale that can't tie replaced by syn- thetics. So why do we continue to hunt whales to the point of extinction? For some countries there arc sound economic rea- sons for continuing whale-hunts. Deaf icilh [ness increases noise The modern world of tech- nology is noisy and this noise is having serious effects on all of us. On Thursday. November 2. at p.m., "Here Come The Seventies" presents "Sound Noise: Towards A Quieter Environment." Dr. Moe Bergman, the chief at Hunter College in Manhattan, has been working exclusively on the effects of noise on the ear and hearing. He predicts that "we're be- coming a race of auditory crip- ples." The implications arc frighten- ing and unavoidable. Jet noise is a prime offender in this area and another danger is rock and roll music. Not only does noise affect hearing, but it also has serious psychological ef- fects. Parts of Canada still depend on the whale for their economy. and Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, still have whaling opera- tions and to the pcop'e there whaling means the difference between prosperity and unem- ployment, CBC-TV's This Land looks at the whale in history, its future, and present legislation on whal- ing November 1 at B p.m. in a prop-am called Cry Of the Whales. II includes a visit to the Magdalen Islands where au- thor Farley Mowat lives, Mr. Mowat is deeply concerned about the whale, which he de- scribes as "the perfect form of marine life, a creature we haven't yet begun to under- stand." It's a highly developed, form of life with a huge brain j and the ability to communicate i over great distances, Mowat i pleads the case for preserving this mammal, if only because i we have much to Icam from it, j Since participating in this pro-1 gram he has written a book about whales, recently publish-: cd under the title A Whale for the Killing. Other sequences in this pro- gram show demonstra tion against whale hunting held dur- ing the Conference on the Hu- man Environment in Stockholm and Eskimos hunting the white whale in the Arctic. Party marks completion of 18 episodes of series TORONTO Last Tr-uvsiay her to complete another eight: the lights were episodes, all of which will be dimmed in Studio 2 at Studio' shown on the CTV Network Centre in Toronto and the east, and the syndication market in crew their ninny gucsls. the United States, prepared for a parly celebrat-1 Sam Groom who stars as Dr. ing the completion of 18 epi- i Simon Locke in "Police Sur- sodes of "Police Surgeon." The i geon" will spend the next three mood was a particularly happy weeks on a personal appear-, one for they all knew they ance tour throughout the Uni-; would he back in mid Novem- '-J ______.___________ PAGE 7 MOST ELECTRIC TRAINS The Soviet Union has tho world's greatest mileage in electrified trains. ted States, including such cities as Chicago, Cleveland, Wash- ington and New York. He will; also appear on the Dinah Shore and the Merv Griffin Shows: whicli are produced in Los An- j i geles. Before returning to To- ror.lo for the shooting of the fi-' nal eight cpiscdos. he will spend a week with lu's family in New York. Record lake i The Canadian Opera Com-' pany ended its O'Kcc'e Centre season with 3 record box office gross of S570.000, said general director Herman Geiper-Torel. Super 6 On Sole October 30 thru Nov. 11 Uiterine Anllscptic Wampolc'l C-2 Tobieli OAr 100-. 'OHC Rcsdan Dandruff Treatment 6-01. Nivca Crcmo 1 MA 7'A-oz........... >HH Crcn Toolhpajte. Family sire -87c "The People's Drug Store" 413 13 St. N, Phone 327-3445 Open Mon. thro Sot. 9 to 9 and 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. KAPP IS GliF.ST Foot- ball hero Joe Kapp tcrts his speed and agility ai. sinnts, when he fiuest stars on "The New The Clock" the week or October 30 through November 4 on the CTV tele- vision Network. Friday, November 3 You'll find our storage fa- cMiTes Ihc most modern in (own, end our rates mosf reasonable. We'll be glad to give you a free climate on cost of packing and storing your belonging! 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