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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE lEFHBRIDGE HERALD March 1971 Maurice Western Byebye Bar bra Put away your butterfly nets tlie Monarch has been caught Pierre Trudeaus marriage is a fact and all hopeful maidens from 15 to 50 must accept it with good grace and reject the temptation to march on Ottawa in Trudeaus attempt to keep his private life just succeeded lor the most except for specula tions in tlie romantic arena where every girl he wined and dined was subject to approval or disapproval from anxious female Tmdeau Show sporty types all were rated by a kind of umuitten evaluation the one with the most marks usually led if she happened to have the added advantage of beine It was a perfectly legitimate specta tor sport enjoyed by all maiden for wasnt his bachelorhood part of tlie personality which kept the PMs charisma in capital let ters now we can all settle the Trudeaus as and carry Therell be a little less dash and verve associated with our leader it will be but a mar ried lets face is not charismatic We offer Trudeau and our new First Lady our congratulations and the hope of a long and happy wedded And with Trudeau a native who said the twain would never meet Middle East peace ihere is every indication that both Egypt and Jordan are ready to go a lot further in tlie direction of peace ful co existence with Israel than at any time in the past 23 Yet Israel has welcomed the offer of peace talks with The reason is that the offer is hedged with con ditions that Israel can accept only with the greatest Giving up the territories gained in the Six Day War of 19B7 means surrendering real So effec tive has been Israels defence from the positions that it seems very likely the only reason the Arabs now want peace is that they have dis covered they cannot dislodge the Is raelis in any other It would not make sense if Israel willingly threw away the Demanding defensible borders needs to be seen in the light of the history of the President and King Hussein may sincerely want peace it is widely believed that they It is their successors who cause worry Earlier agreements reached with King Abdullah of Jor dan and King Farouk of Egypt were not honored by their Un trustworthy men might follow Sadat and A suspicion that the Arabs must see an advantage real or merely psychological to impress the rest of the world is difficult for the Is raelis to To have retreated so far from Nassers boasts about de stroying Israel does not seem like a position designed to win favor from the people who not so long ago were aflame with the idea of a holy The Israelis can be excused for be ing The likelihood that Is rael will accept the bid for peace It may be that another exten sion of the ceasefire will be agreed upon before that acceptance Israel may yet gain tlie concession that prior agreement to withdraw from occupied territory not be a pre condition of the peace A com promise on the territory issue seems almost a necessity for a peace agree Despite the intransigence shown on the territory the possibility of peace still seems real and is not fad ing even as the current ceasefire ex Give the green light Anyone who frequents tlie Letli bnclge mam library knows how in adequate are its The big bogeyman in replacing the present library with a more uptodate is of fi The library is supported largely from public and when a ser vice of this nature is operating even with a modicum of civic administration is unlikely to give its replacement top especially when the economy of the country is uncertain A new library is on the citys Capi tal Budget for 197J at a cost of The library board estimates it will function adequately for 25 at which time the population will be roughly The library was previously sched uled in the budget at a cost of but plans were shelved for fi nancial Its to be hoped that the goahead for 1972 will not meet with new ob The citys population growth would appear to be with in dustry and small enterprise on the When the university opens across the it will do so with a fairsized population of its own who w ill swell the ranks of library as students are taking more advan tage all the time of library facil Chief Librarian George Dew is qiute justified in his recent state ment that the public librarys facili ties are absolutely and his hopes for a new building will u e supported by citizens both young and ERIC N COL pIFTEEN years ago our family bought a kitchenette suite of table and col lapsible We didnt at the time of that the chairs weie collap The salesman didnt mention No doubt he felt that we getting a ic rrarkable enough without his diavv mg attention to this added feature It is only in recent months that the kit chen chairs have started to collapse fatigue m the welding has reached the criti cal with the result that sitting down to breakfast has taken on much Of tho Russian roulette Because I HIP nn the the odds IIP Irrpikd m favor of mv hemi lire nun In collie a So far I haw not disappointed IIP Vegas bookmakers tnp fjst chairs have col lapsed while I was itting on them t remember tup ver cipaih one tends liatk as a IK LLS t ID i I was on caniicil IKMIF vihen the fnt ilh me on it nn immediate t actions was im he of hiT inirjpj him m al hcjond If IIP for mal dinner for and n charm nR thp with his wit HIP rim by the first chair did nothing to prepare me for the second The novelty alue w as still there The demonstration cf the force of gravity had lost nono of its impact heard of a coffee I as my ifc assisted me to but this la Her smile was patronising A husband cannot have his chair collapse under him without losing Both Front a biblical patriarch Chariton I had plummeted to Buster It would take months pprhaps for me In reclimb Mount Tlul a patriarch riwsn I throw his whilp kilclipn suite Iwcatise of Ihn chairs have under What he as 1 have done is the rfinajiini chairs to give all members of thp family an equal chance of survival H a bit like Musical with inter ml bleedinf 1 luivp itvised tltP saving of giacp Ivfoip meals to lor vp are about in iccenp Ihp Ixird make us huh Inankful and kpep us off tbp flipping one v Iw hkps di aw logons from fnpn ictiups o Ihis I urge vou lo consider the amount of riri amounting almost blind we place in a chair when sit on it Invited to sit down bv a pinspcctive employer or by our giri fiicnds how often do we first tuin tinchur upside down to the Future of NDP clouded by Quebec issue The April comen tion of the New Demo cratic Party was to have been the chmax of a simple leadership It has ac quired a different and deeper spiificance as a result of the increasingly bitter struggle over futuie policy which now divides the more moderate leaders from the Wafflers and their allies of the Quebec Stephen the Ontario has put the issue in clear terms in a speech at Attacking the princi ple of selfdetermination for he repudiated any proposition for al liance or veiled support with those who seek the dismember ment of our He added We have nothing to gain save our permanent and welldeserved On the same weekend the Quebec group endorsed selfde termination and decided not to participate in provincial elec tions thus leaving a clear field for the Parti Quebecois in urban ridings where the NDP had some the struggle concerns fundament It is not unlike the deux nationes conflict which wracked the Conservative convention of but is less clouded by goes much deeper on the one is plainly a political response to the up surge of a separated party in What is at as Lewis frankly is the future of the NDP as a force in federal This is not soley because Rene Levesque is unpopular in English Canada or because the actions of the Quebec wing will be and interpreted in all parts of the country as veiled supert for the separatist The difficulty is that a party committed to self determina as demanded by the Que bec cannot be a feder alist This is perhaps clearer from the language ap proved by the weekend con vention in Montreal than from that of the Wafflcrs As reported by C a n a d i a n the resolution reads Quebec has an absolute right to that to decide for itself the degree of sovereignty which suits it in all At first such words seem to breathe the spirit of democracy and fair No heres o hot one This guv woofs to buy a PLAIN WHITC shirt Letters To The Editor Doctors salaries less than reported in the Press public announcements from provincial government sources regarding physicians incomes and the subsequent let ter by A Sick Patient prompts some leply from a member of the profession Newspaper headlines to the effect that doctors earn are indeed Such payments were made to an ex tremely small mainly pathologists in private prac an analysis will show that although such pay ment is to one physician this covers services employing sev eral trained chemists and tech nicians and does not represent a single persons Fur it takes no account of considerable expenditures in volved in modern The increasing expenses in olved in modern medical prac tice apply in varying degree to all branches of tlie profession and a much clearer reflection of doctors incomes would be seen in net income following expenditures for fa cilities and ancillary following such expenditures a hard working doctor is rela tively well but is his income much different from that of his fellow professionals His working day is longer than most and he is never free from the phone at any time day is it really needed A certain amount of opposi tion is needed in every demo cratic it serves to keep politicians If we dont have the opposition then our government becomes socialis tic or even a Cut icism is needed by all but it must be constructive not de structive in The opposition in govern ment has gone bevond the con structive they have started to split and just about ev ery other low form of attract ing All Im is for the benefit of the media who seem to thrive on sensa fact or Let me point out at this time that I am neither Pro gressive or any particular I am a Ca nadian and proud of it and I just want that government which is best for our I feel that the present govern ment has done no worse or bet ter than any of those previous to It has been in volved in far tougher times than any excepting dur ing the great I ad mire our prime minister for h i s for saving what he and telling things as they reallv aie Sure we are m tiie midst of hard times and unemplov ment is the greatest but lets not put the blame on one remember he in herited this mess Corrrclioii 1 am writing in rrcaul o picture that was published in your paper on Fcbruarv Y page 2fi For otir ov n interest not n Xorthuest AirhneN Huc mg as Northwest do not fh into hill rather IKUP most of their biM nmiliuoM and noi Ihccnt United Stato This picliir in fat at thePacifit An lines hangar in winch K at Mi1 flHrl fnun Ihr nou nilpnil Hir H is a Pacific WeslfTn Hoping 707 as be insignia show s on the anrl he Canadian flag on the at the This problem can only be sohed by a cooperative You and I must think before we demand a 50 per cent wage increase plus greater Unions and strikes coupled with greater technology have been major factors in increas i n g Govern ment policy is not the big bad wolf in this no matter emphatic Stanfield I have not heard our Do saviour of the opposition leader ever say what could be ilone to al leviate t h e Oh he does place all the blame on the government but he has never yet come up with a con structive idea Why cant the parties coop erate in these times of need in stead of worrying about tlie lip movements of the PM Are we paying our MPs 18 000 or so a year to be thinskinned child ish boobs Small minds are an noyed by small The op position is failing its job far worse than is the so underwear get your head in there with the others and work as a unit to lick these RHB B C or It should also be re membered that before a doc tor reaches this relatively high income he undergoes a prolonged period of training for which he pays and during which time he incurs consider able debt whilst his contempor aries are wage or salary earn Following periods of internship or post graduate and specialist training may lead to several years on relatively low It is perhaps a pity that the fee schedule of m e d i c a 1 ser vices was not also made pub I suspect that many pa tients would be surprised how reasonable most of these would It is often less expen sive for a physicians home vis it than for that of a service call for house and home equip ment Albertans should doubt the authors would be will ing enough to extend the same principle to other They might have qualms about extending it to groups or areas within those al though it is difficult to see But federalism implies a divi sion of In the national government is sov ereign in some the prov inces in Powers can be reallocated if there is a con sensus through formal in the But Ottawa can be challenged in the courts if it invades pro vincial fields provincial legislation may be found ultra vires if it en croaches on federal This system has developed naturally in Canada because there were no sovereign units at Confederation The powers in section 91 were inherited by those in section 92 by the in each case fiom the imperial What is now proposed is a quite new The assertion is that Quebec has an absolute right to de cide on the degree of sovereign ty which suits its needs But such needs are interpreted dif ferently from time to Premier Bourassa claims more Levesque very much more than Duplessis and lus predecessors This is not due solely to changes in fashions of thought new problems con stantly arise which were not foreseen by constitution mak This happened in the case of radio and aeronautics and will doubtless happen But if absolute right resides in a province lo choose what powers it will what it will forgo in accordance with a governments estimate of what suits it the same right will apply in future if another government has a change of A central gov ernment in these circumstances could be nothing more than a creature of the Fur the other partners in such an arrangement mild have no guarantees of its Neither could the whose rights a constitution is sup posed to In the Quebec wing seems to be thinking and the Waffle in a more mud dled not of a federal but of an Na tions which enter alliances con cede a portion of usually for stated as in the case of With drawal does not necessarily wait on the expiry of the con since absolute right may come into play at any The Quebec New Democrats elaborated their thought in a second political orientation res Tliis said that it would be mutually profitable it sounds rather like a commer also reflect that almost every thing they pay for is more ex pensive than in the United transaction to develop States with one very marked e closcst Lies witl1 socialists that of medical ser speaking Canada Preserve the old trees I do not know who is the head man in city hall who han dles the department of tree re moval and trimmmgi but who ever he I must say there is no imagination used whatso ever in such work It takes about 50 years to grow a beautiful and this week on 10 they have pulled down about six or seven trees on one side of the boule vard and on the oher every other spring they massacie those trees until only ranks uln not do a decent job and put those infernal cables aiid wnes underground in the and pay for the job OXCE m htead of paying out every sec ond season for trimming which m the Ions run is much more r If these laige uerc col ton why nnl just trim them down to prevent I he cot ton fiom seeding and plant ash or elm in between the cotton then in 5 to 10 years re move the cotton trees when the others are bigger But this way it is such a mess and no shade at all during the hot Great Montana and Montana are simply beautiful cities known for their magnificent How about using our heads and preserving something old in this We destroy all our lovely old impressive buildings for these identical boxes of But vve must have a lot of money in our from tho poor seeing our al dermen have once again given I another large raise w and ttic majority on council arc businessmen AN IRATE The referral by sick pa tient to diminishing home vis its reflects two factors There is an increasing de mand for medical services to gether with an increasing so phistication of medical techni ques dictated not only by the but also demanded by patients who have come to ex pect xray and other investiga As a result more and more patients are seen at hos pital emergency departments where such facilities Hospital costs are spiralling and this will continue with the increasing introduction of tech nology into This has nothing to do with physicians incomes which represent a small portion of the total cost of medical services and is quite irrespective of the introduction of A DOCTOR with a view to forming a new alliance between the two peo Goodbye Enter the Lewis is quite right and so is Frank who earlier denounced the Waffleseparatist The burdened with the Mon treal could not be a federal force for the funda mental reason that the resolu tion niles out As matters now Levesque is getting more than veiled support In his own prov he has got the NDP out of the he has obtained at the same time their endorsation of self as ap proved by outofprovuice Waf This may not amount to much terms of political mus but even a little must be welcome since nothing of pub lic record has been extracted from him in return Herald Ottawa Bureau Looking backward Form of blasphemy are flung e usuallv Hawaii Il E Boeing chatter pe and In The Herald Fel we as readers of your paper enntionted a posed in the foi m of a showing St Pctpr pollution fiom enter ing heami I ohjptl to this foilll of Nol only show a misleading av of en tering but shows lack of laste on the part of the car toonist ami the edilor in dish mi thisup for their Kike this drawing links The tail is I he Ixnd not need SI PolPi lo liio fjithful followers And Ilicic wont be a pollu tion p r o b 1 e m there heie His has prepared the and swept clean the way to that door of a renundei No phcmcr can enter the Kingdom of God only those who repent arp Ihp Lord For Ihosp who honor I will honor 1 Sam the what has hap pened to our arc their minds so polluted that t h c y cannot present better writing than glorifying as m the entire issue of Weekend Maga tins and for two more weeks to ciiiiic Through the Herald Knox Umlcd Church will celebrate its iCh sary on March The mam address will be given by Mr Denoon and will Ire the story of the church from its origin in present there are students registered at the University of an m cieasc of 21G over liio Three Lcthbndge ho tels were filled to capacity when planes from I he west and north were giounded hprp due to heavy foe Two which vveie marooned ui a blizzard last night on the TransCanada highway west of Medicine have been located and all 30 odt persons aboard are un Hid Conslruction is pccled to begin this summer on j building lo house the mam branch of the Bank of Nova Scotia in the The Letlibridcje Herald 7th Alberta LETHBRIDGE HERALD Proprietors and Publishers Published by BUCHANAN Second Class Mall R Member of The Canadian Press Publishers Association and the Audit Bui iitration 0013 thr Canadian Daily Newspaper u of Circulations CLEO Editor nnd Publisher THOMAS General Manager OE BALLA Editor F MILES rtntnq WILLIAM HAY I hOIIGI A WAI t TR Cclilnr THE HERALD 5LRVLS GOUJII ;