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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta The Letlibddge Herald Third Section Lctlibridgc, Alhi-rta, Salunlny, April 29, 1972 Panes 23 28 Conservatives think so s the Trudea Ily PAUL JACKSON llrralcl Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA Con- .scr'.'alivc and New Democratic Party politicians liuvc given us Hie word. They say the outcome of the next icderal electi In fad, when Mr. Trudeau lakes lime out to display a zany side to his personality the vot- ers appear Lo love him for il. The "fuddle, duddlc" iucident- beurs Iliis out. Again, there was the incident jubt a few weeks tiers. Hut the way ncwspapiM's revealed the story must liavc caused chuckles from const to cosat. Last Novemher tnerc was the well-known slur" inci- dent. Under heated questioning Speaker LUCLCII l.ainoureiix or voter, hut you can bet dcred Mr. TriKlenu to apologize the ru'inkinp; shn incident Mill ap for [tic remark. Some MPs raKes a few s I geslcd tlic comment had liccn j H should he to all ilml not he decided on ttio basis of whcn tllc Priniu minister! from a tnunhcr of Mi's llie j eras ho chidcd the prime minis- Prime Minister Triuleau's win- read a book in ttio iicrsonnlily of a lew yeai s C o ni m o n when MPs were 11ZARD ON A LEASH Dmny, a five-Foot-long Malayan monitor, lakes his morning conslilulional around ihe Slonley Park Zoo wilh Bob Cart keeping him in line. Dirvny and the zoo's olher reptiles get out of their cages daily far exercise. "astic changes needed to protect EDMONTON (CP) Dras- tic changes will be needed in the next 30 years lo prelect Alberta's resources from over-use and misuse, says Tom O'Kcelc, president of the Alberta Fish and Game Association. The t-hangcs, unac- ceptable to most of will be necessary when masses of people crowd into areas capa- ble of handling only a few at a time. Mr. O'Keufe, 43, a business liquidator, says tourism is being advocated by govern- ments all over North America as one of the enrca for deficits and declining revenues. "The biggest consequence of Ibe flood of people that v.ill be moving into the woods is that resource will become in reality a lem in people management." CHANGES Writing in the newsletter, Mr. O'Kcefe pre- dicted eight changes which, given the cultural condilioniry of Iheir times, rccrealion ad- vocates in I he future will ac- cept, as a means of preserving the recreational quality of ibe land. These include proi isions that certain areas would be- COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE April 25, 197? The City of LefhbriJge Cemetery By-law Includes the following secfion: a) No person shall place arlificial flowers on any fol in the said Public Cemeteries during Ihe period May 1st Sepiember 30lh inclusive in any year. b) The Superintendent shall have full authority lo remove artificial flowers from any lol in ihe said Public Cemetery during the period referred to sub paragraph NOTICE is hereby given that as of May 1, 1972, ar- Ifficiol ffower arrangements remaining In {he Ceme- tery will be collected for disposal by Cemetery slaff. Owners who wish to retain iheir arrnngemenl, must havo ihem removed prior fo May 1, 1972, come temporarily out of bounds while they recover from over Pint packers" would have fii regis- ter in advance lo go into derncss areas and be required to leave no evidence of their passage. "They will take nothing hut. photographs and leave nolb- ing but footprints." ML-. O'Kcefe said the carry- ing c.ipacily will be calculated for nil delicate ecosystems threatened by over-use and the number of people permit- ted on those sites will be lim- ited lo safe numbers. People would have to pack out whatever they took in, garhagc and nil. Entrance into high-use areas would he by a permit system requiring advance registration and reservations. Some areas would he assigned exclusive use categories where all other incompalihla activities would be banne'1. Mr. O'Keofe also foresees that before a wilderness or camping permit is issued, successful completion of a training program will be re- quired. He envisages a drastic re- striction in use of vehicles such as snowmobiles, all-ter- rain vehicles and hovercraft. j They would be limited to a separate trail system paral- lelling the existing road ncl- work. i But the biggest battle would he in the public arena for the i concept of the forest preserve j because, as recreation de- mands increase, the prcssuro would stepped up to de- vulop remaining acres of wilcl- l land. Cold, hard economic iatls will form llie issue. Ur will they? Thai's what a i lot of people arc beginning to; usk round Ottawa these clays. In 13G3, the Liberal campaign ma-1 chine found life relatively easy. Mr. Trudcau slopped out in front, and everyone fell easily in step behind. The Liberals would like il to be Hie same this time. Opposition MIJs obviously won Id n't Tl-.u restive Conserva- tives say the era of TYiidenu- mania is over. In fact, parly leader Robert Stanfield has de- clared that Canadians actually have a slight touch of Tnidean- phohia about lhe rjitts. The par- ly's leader, Albert a M? Gctl Ualclwin, doesn't believe t.iUil ttic prime m i n i s t c r's banning and swinging person- dlily of '03 is going to win many votes in 1972. He says Ihis vcar's voter is no longer looking "or the lype of man wlio could escorl his young daughter lo Ihe dance. Ralher, lie's looking out someone v.-lio could he exec- utor of his cslale. Robert Stan-1 field, for instance. Obviously. Opposition MPs would like lo see Mr. Trurtcim's still-formidable personality bur- ied as far as the election goes, They'd hate to sec the experi- ence ol repealed. And so Ihey say '.lie election will be lougnt on economic issues such as inflation and unemployment. But could it he the idea that Mr. Trucleau's personally is now tainted and jailed is jvist short- lived optimism on the part of the Conservatives and) New Democrats? There bus been no real evi dence to indicate Mr. Trudeau has lost very much of his mass appeal the voters. Kcccnt visits across Ihc country have shown that. True, he has substantially since taking office. In the House of Commons he now appears to he what ho ac- tually bespectacled nnci balding law professor well into his Mian the swinging young political idol of just a few short years ago. Despite this, and despite the fact lhat the JiisL Society hasn't materialized for man y, the prime minister's wit and gen- eral character still lend to put him head and shoulders above other politicians both inside and oulside Ihe House of Commons. Former prime minister John Diofenbakcr can declare that Mr. Tnidcau carries on in the Commons like a prima donna, but lo most people (here arc in actual facl two prima donnas in the House. What's more, no one oil tjutsUons (or his at- tention. Some saiil the prime minister showed gross bad! man- if Ihc Liberal campniyn know their and they obviously do. the prime minis- ter's personality will be n prime minister taunted one of ter for "polim-ml" nrd election issue. After all, they disgraceful. Bui Mr. Mv.ir cer- tainly made full political liny of it. Up before llie television cam them, S'.'olia Conservative "s u k i s The story made couldn't l [o do any beULT Robert Muir, v.Uh the vet art: great reading. The s'orv undo than they did In when Tru- "Havc yen had a drink, i news there was thai day has decnunariia engulfed the country IL caused an nprour. Fnially, been lum; since hy the plinosl from coast to coast. Would set important, renremenit By WI1.LEY London Observer Service VATICAN CITY Will] llie approach of Pope I'au! Vl's illi hirlliday on Sept. 20 this year, (here is once more spec- ulnlion in high Vatican circles that he intends to retire. If Pope were to retire oil grounds o[ ape, as he has Perhaps tho U-y lo en- igma of Pope iciiiemenl is tn bu found in lite t urious re- cent appointment bv Pone Paul o! 59-yc-aroM Carnal" Ainleio f! a ap which (-1 Ci.rdinal ment is moasuic nouncenienl ahum of ;iy vnu.- Tin- m.-v, 1'opc. Tin- Italian Cardinals. 1111113- Miffir ai-u'rlv iron) wv. ml I- for 2) ;nu to I'ntil Cicognani ns Derm of the Sac- llie conclave itself and Hie j iney funned the majuri- warmly recommended to all the Cardinals and Hishops in the Roman Catholic Church, he would be setting an important precedent, for no Pope in mod- ern limes lias voluntarily giver. up his unique office. The idea thai Pope Paul might become the firsl "rc- ired'1 Pope gained ground in I960, shortly after the publica- ion of his letter FJcclcsiae Sanc- :ae in which he asked bishops :o resign of their own free will at the age of 75. He was spend- ing the summer as usual at the Papa residence al Castel Ganrlolf'o in the Alban Hills outside Rome, and on Sepl. 1 made a pilgrimage to Ihc near- by castle of Fumone, where his predecessor Pope Celcsline V "retired" in the 13th century. Celestine was Pope for seven months in the year 129J. He abdicated lo retire to his monastic coll, but his successor lionif.ice VIII shut him up in the castle at Fumone watched over by six knights and 20 sol- diers, with only two hrolhcrs of his order to comforl him. There he died two and a half years There have been several offi- cial Vatican denials that the Pope is thinking or retirement the last one describing such re- ports as but to Ihose who know the way Pope Pau1 makes snap and unpredictable decisions and to those who knew the of the Vatican Press Office such denials are by no means conclusive. More convincing perhaps is something Ihc Pope told the French academicicn and au- Ihor Jean Guitton, quolod in his hook Dialogues With Paul VI: rtxl Collect! of Cardinals in suc- cession (o the late Cardinal Tis- serant. According to the Pcpe's in- struction fivescrntcm acta- terr. published at '.he end of whole procedure by I'no ty of the R'.icreil Colltfc. Tlie Saint Peter aulhority of handed down. ELECTION CIUNGR There have been 1070, Cardinuls over the nge of that is; considering will rot in future be cliqihlc m tonj' Ol to tr.he parl in the conclaves ,a.pa clccUon 1s 1 of a reiorm nf conclave may v.ell coincide with a TICW consistory for the .nppoinlmcnl of cai'ilinals- tlie licld in 19i33. nlite lienrls conferences n.idnnnl bishops over the o participate in tlie The lialance of the Sac- College of Cardinals has )een cli.niged by the elcctornl nisqualification over (lie age of of Cardinals of the pros- ent 12-1 living Cardinals, only 9J year. Hijacker jailed SIIIZOUKA, Japan (AD The district court sentenced c-n apprentice cook Friciav to suve-i in jail for hijackinp L .lapnncKe airliner >vitfi a toy pis- tol. IL the first trial under (he anti-hijackinR law enacted We aim to SERVE you better! aim lo serve you butler. Tho separation is in effect. Gel your certificate from your employer when you leave Hi employ. It is your legal rigliL You must have il lo colled unemployment insurance benefits, For f jrthcr in forma I ion con I act your local Unemployment Insurance of dee. IETHB1MDGE OFFICE 313 jib Street South, Phono 32B-6601 UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE COMMISSION no other HP be al- "The Pope docs not retire be- cause his is not a job but Hie role of a falher." Indeed, there lowed. Some opinion polls have shown lhat n certain percentage of Canadians do not like the light manner in which Mr. Tru- deau appears to hold! the office of prime minister. Many MPs, particularly Mr. Diefenbnker, have suRgesled that the prime minister's antics bring disres- pect on the office. Yet, (here voters. Bank of Montreal The First Canadian Bank NEW Bank of Montreal The First Canadian Bank BANKING HOURS FOR: DRIVE IN TELLER SERVICE, COMMENCING MAY DEPOSITS AND CHEQUE CASHING NORTHSIDE MAYOR MAGRATH DR. BRANCH MONDAY THRU MONDAY THRU WEDNESDAY A.M. TO A.M. TO P.M. 1 THURSDAY A.M. TO P.M. A.M. TO FRIDAY A.M. TO P.M. We Want You To Get Other banking Services We Want You To Get Your Money's Worth! nntj unchanged Your Money's Worth! prcme legislator of the Roman Caiholic Church. Cnnon Law offers little guid- ance on abdication. Section 221 states thai the validity of a Papal abdication noes depend upon acceptance by the College of Cardinals or any olher member of the Church. ,EMIJAIIHASING has been no strong signs of dis-1 If the Pope 'vere to retire it enchantment from the peonle might be embarrassing lo his who put Mr. Trudeau in office j eventual successor to have an and whn have the power to do it j ex-Pope living in the Vatican and the question of a suitable residence would arise. Various suggestions have been made, including the rebuilt abbey of s Montecassino, between Rome and Naples, the scene of the, j famous balllc of vVorld War Jl, the sanctuary of Kinsicdcln in Switzerland, and Damascus, where an international centre for Pauline studies has j u s I i been sel up. i The architect of (his centre was Dandolo Bellini, who rc- furbished the Pope's private apartments in Ihc Vatican after bis election. Damascus may not lie such on unlikely site as Pope Paul has always regarded himself as Ihe Pope of the third world and ho, might well prefer lo end his days outside Europe. jyct in a Christian seltlcmenl. One practical difficulty to be 'resolved if Tope Paul retires will be the cxlenl lo which be is binding his successors to fol- Inw his example, It could lead unseemly politicking as the incumbent approached ret i r o- mcnl ngc. A more personal rea- son ngainsl giving up his of- fice would Pope Paul's very strong sense of personal mis- sion. He may well be loath (o hand over his tiara at a mo- mcnl of for men I inside thci Cnlh- ulic Cluireli and with (be pros- pod of pence in the world so uncertain. tar CITY OF IETHBRIDGE May 1st, 1972, the CiFy of Lelhbridge wilF commence Ihe annunl Spring Rjbbish wil[ be picked up according to and in order of the zonei indicated below: APPROXIMATE ZONES AND PICK-UP DATES: Zone 1......May 1, 1, Zone 2......Moy 4, 5, 3Zone 3......May 9, 10, 11 OZone 4.. May 12, 15, 16 Zone 5......May 17, 18, 19 ire n-krH lo locotc burning barrels end eoilalncrj adjocent Ic and or pfnce rubbish in boxes, corlons or- plaice borj the cam pal tin, p't-ose check I ho rear par I ion of ycu- p-cne'l> i n o 1 d i 5 c a r d r ri, 3Flh, (argc Ircc Irunks and branches, carcnaic ng wo lies, concrclc, ccicrcle blcctf. or r'-c Citircns of tclhbridae tht> lanes for omplyin vheri prncHcaf. Prior 1o ensure valuoMei o The City of Lothbfidgt! no1 rcmovp c hedge removals, c arts'rue I ion or.d build simifor wasle Tiolcriofs Plcaie note lhat immcdlnlely your ionn has been ecntplrlcd, burning harreli tiro lo be kcpl within your properly. If bands rcma-n in 1he lane, they will bo by Ihc Cily. Nrws ircms will he rclcasrd cdvis'ng cifiicni c( lie of l'-r> 5pr ng Campaign. INGINEER1NG DEPARTMENT ;