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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 4 THE LETH5RIDGE HERALD March 1971 Bruce Hutchison Wilderness Areas Act Concessions appear to have been made to both sides in the debate over designating wilderness The recently introduced again after a years shows that considera tion has indeed been given to the views presented at public Conservationists appear to have won their point that designated wil derness areas should be kept strictly free from economic In order to preserve these areas in their natural human beings will be permitted in them only as Even fishing will be prohibited in the Some protection against yielding to pressures from economic interests in the future is provided in the require ment that any redesignation of an area must have the approval of the In the original bill the cabinet was to have had this Strong objections w ere voiced to this and seem to have been It may not appear to be much of a gain since it will still be possible to take back what is being But the fact is that any act is subject to revocation and it is obviously some improvement to require public dis cussion before that in effect should Where economic interests won over the conservationists is in curtailing the amount of territory to be set aside as wilderness Instead of vast sweeps along the eastern slopes of the the areas will be of a maximum size of 144 square One of the three existing wilderness areas White Goat is 489 square It is possible that this area will be redesignated into two or more areas but it is also possible that a present gain will turn into a So many people have taken a keen interest in the matter of designated wilderness areas that there is still very likely to be much even heat ed debate before the bill becomes Please include zip code A new postal code which will elim inate at least 75 per cent of manual sorting and thus speed up mail de livery has been announced by postal All Canadians will be given their code numbers over the next few beginning in Ottawa tlus month and Manitoba in A zip code system has been in ef fect in Britain and the United States for a number of However offi cials state the Canadian system will be superior to both of these in that its combination of six letters and figures allows machines to sort mail for in dividual apartment houses and homes in a single city Although citizens will soon receive their code the system wont go into effect until machinery to han dle it is and that wont be until the idea behind allot ing code numbers well ahead of the operating date is to allow people to get used to yet one more What with having to remember our street car social security hospital insurance and now zip it prob ably wont be long before every home will have to have some sort of built in mini computer for people to keep themselves all straightened Nevertheless anything to increase the efficiency of our mail system will be greatly appreciated by all Cana dians even if code numbers from time to time get confused with tele phone Softpeddling demands Now that the recommendations in the report on the commission of the status of women have been given sup port by the male dominated gov there should be progress made in the lot of women in Prejudicial laws will be concern for widows and abandoned wives responsible for children will become financial and less res ervation on the ability of women to succeed in male oriented professions will be On the if the report is taken as seriously as and indeed as it needs to there should be progress made in this But progress has a habit of inch ing along with maddening largely because of the indifference of the suspicion of new and the rightful questioning of whe ther new social changes are in real ity progress of the beneficial In achieving goals which they have long women will have to ex ercise patience and Society cant be made over by passing a few L our anniversary I am giving my wife hot and she is giving me a pair of oven At least that was the original idea I When I outlined it to my wife said but she didnt think she was ready for hot I coming dangerously close to a parliamentary ex woman with good legs owes it to herself to wear hot What else has a man got left to believe in You see hot pants zs an article of fath On the Thsy are the article that docs not require Consider the rest of womens starling at the or ft ig When he looks a t a womans a man no longer adrares it as her crowning glcry He distrusts it as a modacryhe fibre called Mademoiselle Poupee retailing at 14 SS wear wies observed my I make no case for the use by males of the cranial mului 1 Caving that a man no Icnger lias I he urge to run bare foot through a womans lest he in the You hanker fcr the days when beauty was deep womans e I 210 as the contact ire china clipiitis ccrri a 2 frr DO per cent of her come hltiier Lets face it a womans fea tures the ricl iu more assembly than the From the neck deceit lurks at Government failure to explain policy iTHE Canadian government is said to be an unequalled master of Again and again it steals the head lines from under the nose of a sleepy With some corrosive wise crack or Gallic shrug the prime minister turns a crisis a His mix ture of pleasantry and insult is good no for the daily game of it infuri ates his enemies and comforts his back benches but it does him less than justice and it fails to make the governments case in great At the moment the nations greatest domestic concern is the riddle of inflation combined with unemployment You would under these that a man as able and articu late as Trudeau would use the first opportunity to explain what his government if trying to do about this grim when the perfect op portunity he recently confronted the labor unions face to he made no no no real argument at His critics left the conference rejoicing in a victory of a vic tory by the governments de Perhaps there is some strate gy behind Trudeaus si If the strategy is too subtle for the public to At any it escapes my sim ple Or perhaps the government considers its case so good that it needs no its politi cal prospects so strong that it laws and expecting results in a mat ter of The militant feminists who go about demanding this and that in vulgar displays quite unwor thy of the innate feminine ability to achieve goals have already soured not only many men but also large numbers of their own sex who otherwise might be sympathetic to their In quite a few members of both sexes are offended now by the very word Abortion on day care cen tres on pregnancy leave on sounds far too militaristic not to mention downright A good deal more honest attention would be given these requests had the proponents substituted the word After all abortion on de mand has connotations of or else so closely related to Mafia techni A little more old fashioned lady like respect for language would go miles in the right direction in drawing sympathetic attention to fem inine most It is impossible for the aver age man lo discern whether a woman is wearing a living bra that has passed away or it just naturally flatchested Would you believe her ears dont get out do Only by their knees shall ye know Girls with shapely shanks understand in stinctively that the answer to the credi bility gap is The Biuigc of Nimbly my wifes demonstra tion of the flexibility of her lower mem I women identified the midi as an abomination that covers a multitude of They in it shorts Forget the anniversary said my wife I m leaving Dont he a I Hot pants are more than just a thermo They represent the determination of south to That is vhy this summer should mark the greatest jear for communication since Marconi invented the As sometimes havens when I el onto tile subject of I was talk ing to rmself Taking the calculated nk of being let me add tnat hot paws worn by men with according to the stj lists are a crime against When a mans ejesight is failing faster than mlciest in what joung persons are ing to the less confusion the better So go Munr crocliet your Ml MIIIHlj iTinembcnng that ljuMtv is the soul of niic Province Iralurc Scnirc And here we thought wed never see each other again after graduating Letters To The Editor Burning barrels menace to pleasant environment Why doesnt City Council stop pussy footing around the sub ject of garbage burning and simply get with regulations to once and fcr this offensive and mindless local habit Must we reach the stage of wearing protective face masks and this is done today in some cities before some body wakes up to the fact that some of the advantages of liv ing in this city have gone for ever Is it really necessary to continue to live day in and day choking in clouds of smoke and the stench of unat tended burning so often lit by the fanatics of the habit in the ho hum atti tude of taking a morning stretch Needed freedom from the press Freedom of the a phrase that is synonomous with But yet Quebec is plan ning a legislative probe of the This will apparently look at their behavior during the FLQ These as well as those regarding me dia should make in teresting One Quebec minister hit the nail on the head when she re marked that some news stones resembled So really we need a honest Right along with the principle of freedom of the press we must guarantee freedom from the At present such free dom is largely a The mass media is largely controlled by alien It feeds even imaginable kind of lies and filth to the It blacks out arguments in favor of ethnic we need freedom from from the hes Cooperatioii Tins citv is an education cen tre containing a college and a It is a situation of great for both serondarv systems are important and their successful accomplish ments will respectfully in fluence this their The reputation of these educa tion facilities will reflect the status of and so I appeal to the good citizens be proud and to be concerned over bolli Do net select one or nhcr frr your pride for both them Mand as fuends compli menting each Students also take note please there continue to be mutual cooperation and friend ly competition fcr nothing worthwhile is gained in con flict The city of Lethhridgo pro vides a backdrop for a learning and thanks goes out to the community for present involve Ixt it continue and ex pand for you chosen this and from its massive propaganda that encourages race from Recycling Back in the old days here we go I remember in the Old Country England we used to have rag and bone with a twowheeled collecting rags and bottles and It was fine for the youngsters to get and small cakes of and a scouring sand stone for Mother to put on the door steps and the window but no Remember when we got fish and chips threepence in a newspaper and ate along the street also some honeycomb tripe threepence with salt and vinegar And remember the hot potato the man cut the hot spud in half added a dab of but ter and some And remem ber the hot bean four of and you got a mug and spoon and helped yourself for tuppence We took the wrap pers wilh us to the pub or to the public latrines or we left them under the seat at the but in the And we did not have the benefit of the educational facilities we have Why not some of our e n t e r p r i s ing youngsters a chance to earn a few dollars collecting To turn this recycling over to the city w ould mean an in crease of and of course I am writing as a senior citi en with a fixed income and an elastic DICK the degradation and degenera tion it heaps on our from the perversion and sub version it and its var ied and incessant attacks on the white Tlus dictatorship must be de No longer roust it be allowed to serve the interests of an alien It should be reconstituted to serve the in terests of our race and reflect the spirit of our Why isnt consideration given to those who on mature reflec tion prefer not to own burning barrels Why not offer them and all citizens a guarantee in the form of strict antiburn ing that a sunny afternoon on the back lawn can no longer be jeopardized by in considerate neighbors who set reeking garbage fires willy nilly and ad nauseum Surely the right of not just a but would be enhanced by sensible anti burning legis lation a healthful alternative to the permissiveness of the present antiquated system whose only justifica tions for being are pointless tradition and the apparent lack of intestinal fortitude on the part of every vot conscious civic School decentralization The following is a copy of a resolution passed at a joint Advisory School Board meeting held in on the 10th of February with representatives from Granum and Kan centralization has caused overcrowding in schools which has led lo extra for more new schools and cost of expensive land in lai ger cen tres and we pay enough taxes to more than pay for the cost of operating our smaller schools and it costs no more lo commute to our smaller centres as away from them and there is no longer a teacher shortage Be it that the shops in the smaller centres be up if need and students be commuted to these smaller centres to meet the class re quirements and eliminate the overload in the larger centres and Be it also resoKcd that the aboic theory also be applied to any other classes rather than have double classes or rooms GRANUM AND NANTON PER MARRION STAVELY LOCAL ADVISORY SCHOOL can win the next election by the oppositions II the ernment is sick with ar that terminal disease of Most the government is just too worried and tired to Its if anyone cared to make is like ail governmental performance but better than you might suppose from the prime ministers strange in While the economic paradox cannot be discussed in detail a few obvious if anyone cared to ask would illuminate What would have happened to its foreign its whole economy and the savings of its people if the gov ernment had not attacked in if prices had continued to rise at the ruinous earlier rate if inflation is a certain cure for as the Canadian Labor Congress as does the United States suffer from both at the same time And if a little inflation Is a good as the Congress also how can any gov ernment cool the once it has been deliberately without being at some to use the very methods of restraint that the Congress denounces Trudeau could have ask ed these qu jtions when he met with the labor He could have proved factually that our bad as it looks for the time is bet ter than that of most countries and would have been far worse today if he had not acted bold ly a year He could have claimed right as I see that a basic re painful as it has avoided a more serious He could have and been stronger for his frank that his timing had not been that his and every economist in the had misjudged the that every govern ment had mishandled most of them more lamentably than the government of In he could have level led with the public and trusted its But he The governments innumer able image makers and press agents may think that they have already made the If this is what they they are not earning their as most taxpayers suspect any Or if Edgar Benson thinks that he has made the case by issuing endless unread statis tics and uttering his soporific speeches in he overestimates the publics at tention span when so much better free entertainment is available on The finance though I have never met seems to be a fine and honest man who fears nothing and adds up everything in neat mathemati cal sums the kind of man if the world is finally destroyed by nuclear will next by un questionable that the destruction is only 99 and not 100 per cent when seasonally As a statistician Benson may be a towering As a propagandist he is a flop a despite his is never a He can always hold the publics atten tion deliberately or by de he has not held it on the economic facts and should not be surprised if his enemies often get away with noncrimi nal Herald Special Service Looking backward Tlirongh the Herald 1921 An eightyfour mile an hour wind hit southern Al berta causing considerable In the city cloth es lines went visiting and fences were but no reports of injuries were re ceived by Alberta beet growers are not the only ones who are worried over the fu ture outlook for that Some 1 factories in Ontario and in the United States have closed their 101 Nearly British troops with shiploads of muni tanks and oth er mechanized equip enough for five have been landed at five Greek 1951 Canadian faced with soaring butter prices brought on by seasonal appear lo be turn ing to margarine as a means of cutting down food 1S01 South Africa today withdrew its application to continue as a member of the British Apar theid policy is seen as the breaking point as all Common wealth nations had criticized the preview praised The Letltbridcje Herald Just had lo drop a line about your local ice It was wonderful The costumes were the children ever so cule even though they stumbled and Most of it was nice to see some future slars to their skating was terrific con sidering theyre quite As for Don couldnt have asked lor a het tcr Hope we will see him again I was kind of disappointed he did not receive a little lokcn of thanks from the city and the local skating Surely he was appreciated very much by all who saw Hope you continue the won derful ft YUM1 SAKA Medicine 504 7th Alberta LETHBRIDGE HERALD Proprietors and Publishers Published 1905 by BUCHANAN Second Class Mall Registration No 0012 Member of The Canadian Press and the Canadian Dally Newspaper Publishers Association and the Audit Bureau of Circulations CLEO Editor and Publisher THOMAS General Manager JOE BALLA Wnnaglng Edlor ROY F Advertising Manager WILLIAM HAY Associate EJitor DOUGLAS K WALKER Editorial paqe Editor THE HERALD SERVES THE SOUTH ;