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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lctltbndge Herald Third Section Conservatives definitely LcUibi-klge, Alberta, Satunhiy, April 29, 1072 so 1'ayes 23 28 s the Tn when Mr. Trudeau Ily PAUL JACKSOX Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA Con- servalive and New Democratic Party politicians have given iis Ilic word. They say the outcome the next, icderal election will not he decided on tho basis of Prime Minister Trudeau'.s van- ning persona lily of a few years back. Cold, hard econormc'facts shooling off questions for his, at- lakes time out to display a zany side to his personality (he vot- ers appear to love liim for il. The "fudiiie duddlc" incident- bears this out. Again, there was the incident just a few weeks ners. But the way newspapers revealed the story must have caused chuckles from const to cosat. Last Novemhi'r there was the well-known "drinking slur" inci- dent. Under heated ago when tiic prime minister! from a numher of MPs the casually read a book iti tho ni m when MPs were witt form the issue. tention. Some said the prime Would set important precedent By DAVID WILLEY London Observer Service UZARD ON A LEASH Dinny, a five-foot-long Malayan monitor, lakes his morning conslilutional around ihe Stanley Park Zoo with Bob Can! keeping him in line. Dirvny and the zoo's olher reptiles get out of their cages daily for exercise. to protect EDMONTON (CP) Dras- tic changes will be needed in the next 30 years to protect Alberta's wildland resources from over-use and misuse, says Tom O'Keefe, president of the Alberta Fish and Game Association. The changes, "now unac- ceptable to most of will be necessary when masses of people crowd into areas capa- ble of handling only a few at a lime. Mr. O'Keefe, 43, a business liquidator, says tourism is being advocated by govern- ments all over North America as one of the cures for deficits and declining revenues. "The biggest consequence of Hie flood of people that will be moving into the woods is that resource management will become in reality a lem in people management." CHANGES MCEDICD Writing in the associations newsletter, Mr. O'Keefe pre- dicted eight changes which, given the cultural conditionirg of their times, recreation ad- vocates in the future will ac- cept as n means of preserving the recreational quality of the land. These include provisions that certain areas would be- COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE April 25, 1972 The City of LerhbricJge Cemetery By-Law Includes the following section: a) No person shall place arlifidal flowers on any Tot in the said Public Cemeteries during Ihe period May 1st September 30lh inclusive in any year. b) The Superintendent shall have full authority to remove artificial flowers from any lot in ihe said Public Cemetery during the period referred to sub paragraph NOTICE is hereby given that as of May 1, 1972, ar- tificial flower arrangements remaining in {he Ceme- tery will be collected for disposal by Cemetery slaff. Owners who wish to retain iheir arrangemenl, must have ihem removed prior to May 1, 1972, c o m e temporarily out of hounds while they recover from over (hat "'v packers" would have fu regis- ter in advance to go into derness areas and be required to leave no evidence of their passage. "They will take nothing but photographs and leave noth- ing but footprints." Mr. O'Kcsfe said the carry- ing capacity will be calculated for all delicate ecosystems threatened by over-use and (he number of people permit- ted on those sites will be lim- ited to safe numbers. People would have to pack out whatever they took in, garbage and all. Entrance into high-use areas would be by a permit system requiring advance registration and reservations. Some areas would he assigned exclusive use categories where all other incompatible activities would be banned Mr, O'Keefe also foresees that before a wilderness oi" camping permit is issued, successful completion of a training program will be re- quired. lie envisages a drastic rev slriction 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 Ihe existing road nct- work. But tlie biggest battle would be in the public arena for the i concept, of the forest- preserve j because, as recreation de- mnnds increase, thc pressure i would stepped up to de- velop remaining acres of wild- I land. Or will they? That's what a minister showed gross bad man- lot of people are ask round Ottawa these days. In I3G8, the Liberal campaign ma-1 chine found life relatively easy.! Mr. Trudeau stepped out in front, and everyone fell easily in step behind. The Liberals would like it to be the same this time. Opposition MPs obviously wouldn't. Progressive Conserva- tives say the era of mania is over. In fact, party leader Robert Stanfield has de- clared that Canadians actually have a slight touch of Trudeau- phobia about the gills. The par- ty's House leader, Alberta MP Get! Baldwin, doesn't believe tiiEil ttie prime m i n i s t e r's charming and swinging person- ality of '68 is going to win many votes in 1972. tie says this year's voter is no longer "looking for the type of man who could escort his young daughter to the dance. Rather, he's looking out for someone who could be exec- utor of his estate. Robert Stan-1 field, for instance. Obviously, Opposition MPs would like to see Mr. Trudeau's still-formidable personality bur- ied as far as the election goes, They'd hate to see the experi- ence of 1968 repeated. And so they say tlie election will be (ought on economic issues such as inflation and unemployment. But could it be thc idea that Mr. Trudeau's personality is now tainted and jaded is just short- disgraceful. But Mr. Muir cer- tainly made full political hay of it. Up before the television cam eras lie chided the prime minis- prime minister taunted one of ter for being "petulriiit" and Speaker Lucien l.ainoureux or-j aver.iije voter, but you oati bet derod Mr. Tnufeau to apologize the drinking shn incident Mill for the remark. Some MPs raises a few smiles gesled tlie comment had been! It should he obviiuis to all if thc Liberal strate- gists know their jobs, and they obviously do. the prime minis- ter's personality will be a major election issue. After all, they them, Sc'atia Conservative j "s ti i k i s Tlie story made j couldn't hope to do any better Robert Muir, v.ilh the retort: j great reading. The s'orv uncle than they did in 19t58 when Tru- "Have you had a drink, j news there was (hat day has! deaumarria engulfed the country It caused an upronr. been long since forgotten by the almost from coast to coast. retirein ent specu lived optimism on the part of the Conservatives and New Democrats? There has been no real evi- dence to indicate Mr. Trudeau has lost very much of bis mass appeal with the voters. Recent visits across the country have shown that. True, he has aped substantially since taking office. En the House of Commons he VATICAN CITY With the approach of ljope 1'aui VI's 75th birthday on Sept. 2G this year, there is once more spec- ulation in high Vatican circles that he intends to retire. If the Pope were to retire on grounds of age, as he has warmly recommended to all the Cardinals and Bishops in the Roman Catholic Church, be would be .setting an important precedent, for no Pope in mod- ern times has voluntarily given up his unique office. The idea that Pope Paul might become the first "re- ared" Pope gained ground MGG, shortly after the publica- tion of bis letter Ecelesiae Sanc- tae in which he asked bishops to resign of their own free wilt at the age of 75. He was spend' ing the summer as usual at the Papa residence at Castel Ganrlolfo in the Alban Hills outside Rome, and on Sept. 1 made a pilgrimage to the near- by castle of Fumone, where his predecessor Pope Cclestine V "retired" in the 13th century, Celestine was Pope for oUj, seven months in the year 1294 He abdicated to retire to his monastic cell, Hit his successor VIII shut him up in the castle at Kumone watched by six knights and 30 sol PCi-3japs tho lo the en- igma of Pope Paii''s K-'lireinenl is En be found in the curious re- cent appointment by Pone Paul riiers, with only two brothers o: now appears to be what he ac- j tually bespectacled and j balding law professor well into his than the swinging young political idol of just a few short years ago. his order to comfort him. There two and a half years Despite this, and despite the fact that the Just Society hasn't materialized for man y, the prime minister's wit and gen- eral character still tend to put him head and shoulders above olher politicians both inside and outside the House of Commons. Former prime minister John Diefenbakcr can declare that Mr. Trudeau carries on in the Commons like a prima donna, but to most people there are in actual fact two prima donnas in the House. What's more, no one 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 those who know the way Pope Pan makes snap and unpredictable decisions and to those knew the ways of the Vaticat Press Office such denials are by no means conclusive. More convincing perhaps is something the Pope told thc French acadernicicn and thor Jean Guidon, quoted in his book Dialogues With Paul VI "The Pope does not retire be cause his is not a job but the. has ever questioned thc right of (lie two of them to hold forth in ls no reason ways no other MP would be al- Ronic should lowed. Some opinion polls have shown that a 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. Diefenbaker, have suggested that the prime minister's antics bring disres- pect on the office. Yet, there has been no strong signs of dis- role of a father." Indeed, then :hy thc bishop o necessarily own rules for he is the su an wo ave e p I voters. Bank of Montreal The First Canadian Bank NEW Bank of Montreal The First Canadian Bank FOR: BANKING HOURS DRIVE IN TELLER SERVICE, COMMENCING MAY DEPOSITS AND CHEQUE CASHING NORTHSIDE BRANCH MONDAY THRU THURSDAY A.M. TO P.M. FRIDAY A.M. TO P.M. MAYOR MAGRATH DR. BRANCH MONDAY THRU WEDNESDAY A.M. TO P.M. THURSDAY A.M. TO P.M. FRIDAY A.M. TO P.M. We Want You To Get Your Money's Worth! Other bonking services and hours unchanged We Want You To Get Your Money's Worth! pretne legislator of the Roman Catholic Church. Canon Law offers little guEd ance on abdication. Section 22 simply states that the validity of a Papal abdication does no depend upon acceptance by th College of Cardinals or a n 5 other member of the Church. EMBARRASIXG If thc Pope were to retire i enchantment from the peonle might be embarrassing io hi who put Mr. Trudeau in office j eventual successor to have a and who have the power to do it, ex-Pope living in the Valica and the question of a stu'tnbl' residence would arise. Variou suggestions have been made including the rebuilt abbey r Montccassino, between Komi and Naples, thc scene of th' famous battle of vVorld War H thc sanctuary of Einsiedcln i Switzerland, and Damascus where an international centri for Pauline studies has j u s set up. The architect of this ccntn was Dandolo Bellini, who re- furbished the Pope's private apartments in the Vatican after his election. Damascus may j not bo such an unlikely site as Pope Paul has always regarded himself as the Pope of the third world and he might well prefer to end his days outside Europe jyct In a Christian settlement. j One practical difficulty to be I 1 resolved if Pope Paul retires will be the extent to which he is hinding his successors to fol- low his example, It could lead jlo unseemly politicking as the i i incumbent approached ret i r e- I ment age. A more personal rca- son against giving up bis of- fice would Pope Paul's very strong sense of personal mis- sion. He may well be loath to hand over his tiara at a mo- ment of formcnt inside the Cath- olic Church and with (he pros- poet of peace in thc world so uncertain. which t-k- Cu-dinal ment is noimtemeill nbuul ;i reform of i icognani ns Dean of the Snc- Uie conclave itself ami tlie ed College of Cardinals in suc- ession (o thc late Cardinal Tis- irant. According to the Pope's in- traction inqravescentem acta- err. published at '.lie end of whole procedure authority of Saint handed down, ELECTION CHANGE There have been rumours 070, Cardinals over the age of Uiat P.mA is considering (I will not in future be eligible I a m r c dwnoc-ralic form of part in the conclaves paPal clocllon would able heads of naflonal bishops' conferences ali over tlie v.'oi'ld to participate in the conclave. The whole balance of the Sac- red College of Cardinals has chmigerl by the electoral disqualification of Cardinals o u [he age of 80: of the pres- ent 124 livinfl Cardinals, only 93 ruU- for 2) aru qiKiIiik'd to vole. 1 iitil nv iv they formed the majuri- triejty of thc Sacred Colleyc. The Peter is j.-innoiincement of a reform nf tiie conclave may v.ell coincide with a new consistory for the appointment of new the last was held in 19G9. Hijacker jailed SH1ZOUKA, Japan (API The district court sentenced c-n apprentice cook Friday to seve'i years in jail for hijacking t- Japanese airliner with a toy pis- tol, ft was the first trial under the anti-hijacking law enacted last vear. I'Ol'E PAUL We aim to SERVI you better! aim to serve you butler. Tbo separation certificate is In effect. Gel your certificate from your employer when you leave hit employ. It is your legal rigliL You must have il to colled unemployment insurance benefits. For further information contact your local Unemployment Insurance office. LETHBKIDGE OFFICE 313 5lh Street South, Phono 328-6601 UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE COMMISSION CITY OF LETKBRIDGE May 1st, 1972, the Cily of Lcthbridgc will