Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
0 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, May 19, 1970 Pope Marks 50 Years In Priesthood VATICAN CITY (AP) Pope Paul, 72, celebrated his 50 yean of priesthood here by ordaining 279 men from 33 countries in a rain dampened mass in St. Peter's Square. The ceremony in front of St. Peter's Basilica was the biggest ordination ever at the Vatican in number of priests and nations represented. New Detergent ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) Plans to sell by the end of this sum- mer a new laundry detergent which will contain no phosphate were announced here by Sears, Roebuck and Co. Phosphates have been cited as a major con- tributor to water pollution. The phosphate-free detergent was de- veloped by DeSolo Inc., of Des Plaines, HI. In the nearest reference to the celibacy crisis swirling around the priesthood these days, the Pope told the men, "Never doubt your priesthood. Never isolate it torn your bishop and his function in the Holy See. Never betray it." In Mechlin, Belgium, mean- while, Leo Joseph Cardinal Sue- nens continued his running duel with the Pope over how Uie priestly celibacy crisis should be met. He challenged the Pope's order Feb. 1 that priestly celi- bacy not be discussed. The car- dinal called for such discussion at all levels in the church. He added that he was not "advo- cating a solution one way or the other" and restated his "pro- found esteem and affection for the person of Paul VI." Earlier the Vatican made public a telegram from Cardinal Suenens congratulating the Pope on. his golden jubilee ol priesthood. This seemed espe cially significant since the Pope is known to have received good wishes from scores of other pre- lates. Three days ago Paul had up- braided tte cardinal for criti- cizing the Pope's order blocking discussion of celibacy. HARBOR FEASIBLE OTTAWA (CP) A prelimi- nary report on the feasibility ol a harbor in tlie Arctic capable of handling large oil tankers says .one could be built near Hersehel Island off the Yukor for about 2% times the cost ol a similar terminal in southern Canada. The public works de- partment said in a news release here that the study of an Arctic port is considering other'loca- tions in addition to Hersehel Is- land. IMPORTANT NOTICE Persons NOT BORN in Canada NOW REQUIRE A CERTIFICATE OF CANADIAN CITIZENSHIP TO OBTAIN A CANADIAN PASSPORT Give full particulars, including place of Birth and length of Residence In Canada to: The Court Of Canadian Citizenship 309 7th Ave. S.W., CALGARY Phone 262-7737 DEPARTMENT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE SEX QUEENS, NOW AND THEN-Blonde Karen Jensen, left, who once was Fiesta Queen of the San Mateo, Calif., County Fair, is being groomed as a new Hollywood Sex Queen. Her latest film role is patterned after parts played by the late Marilyn Monroe, right. Karen playe'd sweet young things at Universal Studio for several years before taking a regular part in TV's "Bracken's World." _______________ Dinah Shore Tells World Why She's Back In TV By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) Says Dinah Shore of her return to a .elevision series: "I started thinking about it one day when I said to myself, Let's see, yesterday you played ;ennis all day, the day before played golf, before that you vent to Australia.' That made me think that maybe it was ime to go back to work. "But the real decision came vhen a man in a jet airport said o me: you used to be Dinah That did it." She told her long-tune produ- cer, Henry Jaffe, that she was ready to return. He had been irguing that she was "spinning ler wheels" with a leisurely life that included occasional televi- Air Canada jets you io Copenhagen. Wonderful.wonderful. Air Canada's Scandinavia. Come to Copenhagen with Air Canada. And do it this summer. Come and tarn on at Tivoli Gardens with the irrepressible, fun-loving Danes. Go high up to Copenhagen Zoo (on a clear day they say you can see all the way to Enjoy open-faced sandwiches. Draughts of icy Danish beer: OrwhiskofftoMalmo in Sweden by See Hamlet's castle at Elsinore and fairytale Frederiksborg. Go down to 'Viking Town" for the plays. Buyships-in-botties, Danish silver and porcelain. Take a sauna and visit the little mermaid. Take all of-Hans Christian Andersen's delightful Denmark. Take Copenhagen as your gateway to all Scandinavia. And take it with us. AirCanada. See your travel agent or call Air Canada at 327-3000 Calgary-Copenhagen Yourfastfunway this summer. See your travel agent orAirCanada for details about low 29-45 day Economy excursion fares. This is your year to go. Ourfares have never been lower. Use our "Fly Later" plan if you wish. Choose any of our special touts. However you go. Air Canada makes the going easier. AIR CANADA We're going places! sion guest spots and some high- payiiig dates at the Nevada ca- sinos. Jaffe concocted a new kind of show for Dinah, a daily daytime half-hour with talk and song. The show was designed to be syndicated but then NBC got wind of it. The network will begin carrying Dinah's show Aug. 3. Dinah's variety shows, begin- ning with 15 minutes in 1951, then an hour in 1956, set the standard for style and taste. A cluster of Emmies in her den attests to that. In 1962, she quit the weekly show. "One night I was watching ray show at home. I didn't like the way I looked, I didn't like how I sounded, and I didn't care for what we were doing. It was good, but it was something that we had done before. We had reached the point where we were borrowing from ourselves. "But the thing that upset me most was something personal. My son Jody had wanted to go to Disneyland that week, and I couldn't take him; I bad to block out the show. I realized that any other mother could have taken her son to Disney- land, but not 1.1 resented that." She told Jaffe she wanted to quit the weekly routine. For a couple of seasons she did spe- cials, then she slackened the pace further. 'She travelled a great deal with the swinging Boat Yanked From Rocks HALIFAX (CP) Three sal- vage tugs early today succeeded in yanking a stranded Panama- nian bulk carrier from rocks of an island in the harbor here. A spokesman for; MIL Tug and Salvage Ltd. said there was "no trouble" as the Louise, carrying a cargo of gypsum, waa hauled stern-first from rocks off the west side of tiny George's .Is- land. The spokesman said the ship was towed to a mooring place in the harbor where she will be surveyed later today for possi- ble damage. 100 Copies plui tax 7269 Third Aye. Sielhfaridge crowd, then found that life didn't suit her. "I wasn't cut out to be a member of the jet set. None of them wants to play least not until four in the after- noon. I like to play earlier. And I'm no good at all on the ski slopes. Now I'm great in the lodge afterward, sitting around the roaring fire with hot'but- tered rums. But on the slopes- no." Dinah expects to tape a week's supply of shows in two days, so she'll still have time for her beloved tennis. She ex- plained the format of the series: "We'll have a band on each show and I'll do one or two songs. I'll also have other per- formers like Peggy Lee or Burt Bacharach and we'll look into what's going on in the music world. "The show will look into ev- erything that interests women nowadays: men, fashions, hair styles, the pill, politics, cooking, be as lively and varied and outspoken as one of today's women's maga- zines." CLC Wants Ombudsman Appointed EDMONTON (OP) Execu- tives of the Canadian Labor Congress want to appoint an ombudsman to deal with complaints from in- dividual trade unionists against their unions. The suggestion contained in a report of the CLC's constitution and structure committee, has the endorsement of the CLC's ruling executive council. The committee, chaired by Joe Morris, executive vice-pres- ident of lie CLC, was appoint- ed in 1966 to examine the struc- ture of the CLC and suggest means to improve It. It's 1970 report, the second So far, says Chat appointment of an ombudsman would, for the first time, give individual union members a means of redress against actions by their unions. The ombudsman's would be to 'hear the complaint and the union's rebuttal and then re- port to the CLC. If the situation is not corrected in "a reason- able length of time, he could make his findings public." The committee's 10-page re- port also recommends that the CLC take "prompt and vigorous action" to bring about more mergers among unions operat- ing in the same, or similar, in- dustries. For Summer Fun CORTINA 75-50 DOWN 75-00 PER MONTH So Little Paid For So Much!