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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta J6 THE UTHETCIDGE HERALD Tiesdoy, May 8, 1973 Well-to-do 'monopolize' Alberta parks EDMONTON' C'P' Pro- and are rot bemi? vsod In groups and sons. B e iuce people out ot city b'- using diucrent grades of rxiiks "I'm prepdied to the fu-st gr? 'e of campsite open to snowmobiles arcl motor bike he said "The next type of park be designed Tor the family, with 'Ji'sh toilets. Then graduallv hcne parks that are moie ar.d more wild." Tom Dnnkwater. of parks for Alberla, told His eon- teierce thate should le re- biuctions on the use of provin- cial parks hardly a park that s not over-used already in Alber- ta.'1 he said. Mother's Day May 13th Give Mom a gift from Eaton's Moke her happy on her big day! 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Each 3 ,37 Stemware. Each 2 Chinawore, Second Floor Give A Diamond A Gift She'll Cherish On Sale Wednesday Through Saturday Eaton's Halo cut diamonds for flawless color and clarity, carefully cut and pol- ished for brilliancy. Halo cut helps to prevent chipping. Finest value in diamonds. At Hme of purchase each diamond is insured for one year at no extra charge. Each 1 ,76 jewellery, Main Floor E ATO N'S Shop Eaton's Wednesday from 9 to BUY LINE 328-8811. For convenient shopping use Your Eaton Come True Card. FEW ANSWERS-IET Watergate questions By CHRISTOPHER LYDOX New York Times Service WASHINGTON There are Mill more question.? than ans-weis afaart the Water- gate scandal. What follow is an atteimt to suggest the often inconclusive dialogue beiwean newsmen and the roost knowledgeable sources, speeifiea'ly on the matter of hW high ard how broadly the Nixcn administration was involved in the Water- gate bugging and the ensu- ing cover-up. Q. President Nixon himself imolved hi either part of tha Watergate plot? A. There is ro cliarge and no evidence, direct or hear- scy. that the president un- d-eretcod tha b osd teach of the Watergate conspiracy before tot 21. At his nsws on April 17, arr. Xiycn said thst on March 21 he heard ''serious cnsrges" ard began his nev; inquiry toco the case. Q. not Jo'rn W. Dean, the' tomier V.Mte House course1, said te could impli- cde the president in the cover-up? A. Tro issue o! Newsweek out Xknday relates two in- cidents that Dean is said to believe '-associate'' the pres- ident with the conspiracy, but to" i stories rest on Dean's assumptions, not the president's v.ords. In the first Nixon is quoted as thanking his coun- sel for a "good after the Watergate indictments last August seemed to exonerate the White House staff. But the president ccyld have meant sirrnly that the jury had eoKfirmed Dean's report, as the president's in- house investigator, that ro current staff members weie involved. The second incident sug- gests, without direct quotes, that the president made a pre-trial commitment of ex- eeriive clemency to E. How- ard Hunt Jr., one of the orig- inal conspirators. Bui Dean dees r.ot say he knows how the ir after put to the president mcvst particuar- ly, whether the president was told that clemency was a condition for keeping Hunt silent Q. Short of the president hew high has the conspiracy been traced? A. The extent of complic- ity in the original bugging raid is still unclear. But the investigators have recently been told by participants, whose have not been disclosed, that the subse- quent plot to present a per- jured cover-up in the first Watergate im aid trial enlisted the efforts, annr.g others, of for- mer atioincy general, John N. Mitchell; his Herbert W. Ka'm- bach; Ks H. R. Halccman; ar.d his chief ES- sisiajot fo- domestic affairs, John D. Ehrlichman. Q. Wojld col; these men have imorn-ed the president abo-i. ?n operation that in- vclved w holes a 1 e violations 0! and diverted hua- dieds of thousands of dollars irc.n his ci-mnaign fund? A. None of the Nixon inner circle ytt described what they did, much less v.hat they tcld the p-esidcct or Nixoa's television address the evening cf April 30 leu the question cf v. as bis been r_epc.'t- ed, tried to linn ct wiflag- doing. "Until March of this he said, "I remained convinced that tne denia's v.eie true and that the charges of involveinsnt by House staff were false Q. But is it not unlikely that the president's aides uoiild have acted indepen- dently? A. The evidence on this point is circumstantial. Sen. W. Brooke, Mass.) has said it is "incon- ceivable" that the president did not know what his closest associates were doing. Ken- reth P. O'Donnell, who he'd Haldeman's for Pres- idents Kennedy and Johnson, has recalled that the pres- idents he served grilled their staffs relentlessly and ques- tioned exx-endi- tures as small as Halde- man had never been known to take initiatives that the president did not want Yet no explicit suggestions has nude O'St Nixon was tcld o: tl-a cover-up Q. Has President Nixcn in- structed his dep-aited aides to tell rJI? A. No" Quite In rew straciioas en x e c u live issued last day, the presidert has said that past and present aides should refuse to answer all investigators' questions about conversations with th-e president, among themselves (involv- ing communications v.ith the president) and as to pres- idential papers." He has also decreed that the secrecy of national security information is still binding. Q. Will rot these rules blc-ak a solution cf the Wa- tergate mystery? Cloning becoming possible UNITED NATIONS AP) A SV.TSS gereticist forecees that in another 50 years scien- tists will be able to turn out an indefinite number of people all exactly alike in a special w_y thst keeps sex out of it Dr. David Klein claims: "The signs are that it will be- come possible to make exact replicas of hurron beings around the year 2020 or 2030." Dr. Klein, director of the University Institute cf Medi- cal Genetics in Geneva, says believe carbon ot particularly fine specimens cf livestock ''of great cciriiRui-cial value" can be pioduced scon by the same mothod Two Oxford University sci- entists, collaborating with Swiss biologists, developed the metaod m experiments they been carrying cut on irogs since 1966, Dr. Klein reports in Impact of Science on Society, a quarterly of the UN educational scientific and cultural organization. Tney take a irog's egg, re- move the nucleus and substi- tute another nucleus out of a special kind of all-purpose cell trora another frog. CELL MULTIPLIES The reconstituted egg cell keeps dividing as if it ueie an ordinary feritilized egg, "eul- nunatnig in the formation ot a completely nwmal and fertile frog." T baby frog is a copy of the one from which the new nucleus It has been the iVial process cf male fertilization the female's egg. Reproduction without sex is "cloning." A. That remains to be seen. The White House ex- plaicsd last week tJiat execu- tive privilege was not a ha- ven for illegality, since the official acvs it covers could not pcrsibly include crimes argument that seems to assume categorically that the president was not in- vo'.ved in wrongdoing. Inves- tigators can be expected to press for abandonment hi this case of executive priv- ilege, a vague doctrine on which Nixcn has already re- lated his once rigid insis- tence. Q. Hew many msmoers the president's senior White House ard carr.raign staff are c early not involved? A. The two conspicuous survivors on Nixon's domes- tic staff, Loonaid Garment, the new White House co .ni- sei, and Ronald L. Ziegler, the press secretary, are thougnt to be beyond sus- picion c-f participation in the affair Clark MacGregor, h o succeeded Mitche.l last fall S3 the Nixon campaign man- ager is also taught not have bean involved. And it has, r.Oi jet hinged in way that Henry Kissin- ger, the presio'ert's adviser on loreign anairs, had any- thing to do with the plot. Q. Beyond the White Hu-use, h.w much ci the fedeial goiercment was involved in the Watergate bugging and related ven- tures? A. The only official in- volvement cf a government agency in covered so far is fr-at of the Central Intel'i- Agency, which pro- vided equipment, disguises arid facilities to two msm- bers of the Watergate team, E. Howard Hunt Jr. and G. Gordon Liddy. when they re- portedly directed the bur- glary at the office of Dr. Danie I EUsberg's psjchi- atnst in Q. Is net the CIA express- ly barred L-cm operating Whin the United States? A. Essentially The la-A forbids the agency fi-om exercising "police, subpoena, e.'iOi cement powers or inlerral security functicns Sonve federal officials in- volved in prosecuting the Wsteigsce case bedex-e that ti-e CIA broke the law in the El'sberg case. But agency ofiiaals say they did net know befci-ehar.d that ativ burglary being planned. The agency does have au- thority to protect "intelli- gence methods and soirees from unauthorized disclo- language thai might be cited to defend the agen- cy's interest in Elisberg. Is there a direct con- nection between the Elisberg case buiglary and the tergate raid? A. As to ultimate purpose, it is not clear. The Elisberg break-in was part of the White House effort to get personal information on man of leaking puMc the so-called Penta- gon Papers the real purpose of the Watergate bugging has nsver been explained. But the chief personnel and their methods were common to both expeditions. Whether or net there was any further connection a single mas- termind of both events, for example it is clear that spy tools and tactics were engaged in a domestic crim- inal investigation and then extended to a political cam- pa-gn Q. Does the CIA's involve- ment mean that Kissinger's Xatic: al Security Council, the White House contact for most of the CIA's activities. must have kncwn about the in the Elisberg case' A. Xot necessarily, accord- irg to early indications. Da- vid Young, cne of the men who supervised Hunt's researchers, had ear- lier been detached from staff. Prelirrin- aiy intei views suggest that the White House clearance for Central Intelligence Agencv aid to the Elisberg biu-fflars came frcm Ehrlich- msn. not from Kissinger. Q. Have rcL the Water- pate F tones imclved man in the cf interior, commsrce transpcr ta- fion. a'-d also the Republic A. Ectvecn t1 c election sr.d the recent disclo- sures. a nurrber of the Wa- ts fffte principals were in- stalled hi, and subsequently ditiriissed frcm federal jobs. Jeb Stuart Jlagruder. a dep- uty Nixon campaign man- ager wert to the Commerce Egil Krogh Jr.. a f corner Wnile Houie aide who has taken pub'ic re- spo.isibihty for the Elisberg burglary, was briefly the un- dersecretary cf transporta- George K. Gordon was dismissed from the interior departirs.'t two weeks ago, fallowing reports that he or- ganized student spies against Antiwar Democrats. And Kenneth Reitz quit the Re- publican National Committee after he was namsd as Gor- don's boss. 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