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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THU iriHBRIDOE HERAID Tuaidny, Auguit I "72------------ tdiuin favors psychometry: won't touch magic or voodoo, By JUDE Herald Staff Writer Joyce Morgan is a wife, moth- er and psychic. Sho has been called a clair- vnyant, has conducted seances, provided telephone readings for (hose who call her. Slie uses personal articles when working through psychometry. "I only developed my gift by using she said, "and it's work yon can't go into with fear. "I don't touch black magic, have had notliing to tlo with voodoo, and don't work with white magic either." Mrs. Morgan explained that she utilizes other forces o( extra sensory perception which six; considers are safe means of entering into ESP work, "The. seance of transcend en- "b tal meditation or your pew In I medium vour own church art' saf- est ways to do KSP she said. Mrs. Morgan, wlio lives in Prince (lewge. said she lias been active in the field o[ psy- cliic phenomena [or the pusl six vcars. Her original experience1 with ESP began with automatic writing, on the whim of an ac- quaintance v.ho suspected Mrs. Morgan had such abilities. "Since that day." said Mrs. Morgan, "1 have IICVLT looked back. "After the mitomiilic writ- ing. 1 hied the Oiuja. I hen went on to the Spiritualist Church. I had no teacher, hut even as a child I could see the auras around and never questioned them. Mrs. Morgan who is a mental along Hie lines o[ Jeanne Dixon. makes use of ncr abilities to assist people 'ho are Ircuhlcd atxwt their tuU-je, or curious about the outcome of their lives. She is capable o[ entering into a trance slate and through Ihe assistance o[ her spirit JOYCE MORGAN PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 1 JACKPOTS IETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upilain) EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. HIS AN' EXAMPLE TO ELDERS When S82 was stolen from Unitarian Service Committee booth where a local Branch (he USC was holding a bak sale, the four-year-old son of on of the members emptied hL piggy bank and sent 84 cent lo USC Headquarters at 5 Soarks Street, Ottawa KIP SB HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects CAlt 328-2860 FOX PICKUP SERVICE OR 1EAVE AT 412 Tst AVE. S. receives visions and symbols pertaining to an indi- vidual's life. "It's a lot like watching n color she said, "I drown out this world, and the visions come lo me. 'The visions are all symbo- c. and (lie person who is ro- eiving tlic reading, must assi- .ilale what is being said lo t his own life." She said she can only trans- what the symbols mean to er, but cannot make them loaningfiil to peoples' lives, as tic "knows nothing about them, icir past or present." As a mental medium, Mrs. lorgan is in control of herself t all times, and does not allow cr spirit controls to take over will completely. She said she "knows what is oing on iu Ihe room at all mes." and that she may be nterrupted during her readings answer questions, or clarify hat Iras been said at some jthcr point. She lias three controls. Burt, husband (rom a former life, Vhite Feather who is an In- lian, and a Chinese gentleman Prior to any reading, Mrs Morgan said she asks God for ]Ls help in bringing only the ugh and the test entilics lo icr, and asks for His protec- lon during her work. She explained lhat when vorking ESP, it is impor mt to keep out lower forms of he spirit world, who often play ricks with readings, or haven't [he best intentions. "I have learned to block out hese low she said, "ar.d allow only the higher ones to get through." When working through psy- chomctry. Mrs. Morgati makes use of persona! articles such as rings, watches, glasses, letters or pictures of Ihe individual. These articles are used as poinls of concentration, and lead to tlio visions and symbols she receives regarding their owners' lives. Mrs. Morgan said lhat each of her readings comes as a sur- prise and a delight as the vi- sions appear. "f very seldom see she said, "hut of those I have seen, both were elderly people, and were not in the immediate family of the person." During the readings which Mrs. Morgan gave for Herald reporters, she envisioned health, happiness, and few money problems. She also hit home with sev- eral tidbits of information knowTt only to Ihe individuals whom she had never met be- fore. rr .1 Community hall donated by IODE AND DRIVE OUT A WINNER! Foreign Car's Da t sun land invites you to road-test the car flint's earned foremost record. The ear lhat offers you 62 no-cost exSras to give you more- for your dollar. Like front disc brakes. Safety collapsible -Ucering column. Independent rear suspension. Rear defrciler. Pluj fho after-sale ssrvice thot has made Foreign Car's Da Kurt land Uthbridge's winner! FOREIG (IETHBRIDGE LTD DATS UN! PRODUCT OF NISSAN GOOD TO THE VERY LAST LICK Soft drink authority Mark Wrighl pauses for a quick pick-me-up at his favorilo Kool Aid sland. After long and earnest consultation with local wealher experls, leading city slockbrokers forecast heavy financial losses for mothers with stocks of sugar and drink cryslals during Ihe next few days, due to the landslide business predicted for lemonade stands while tempciralures soar in the sunny south. Drug trafficking accusation levelled at ivomerfs prison KINGSTON, Out. fCI') John Moloney, regional director of penitentiaries, said here he does not plan any action on the claim of an Alberta judge that drug trafficking flourishes within the prison for women here. "I am not particularly inter- ested, and unless it is- brought officially to my attention, I'm not going to do anything about he said. "I have no illusions that there arc no drugs in in- stitutions. It's practically im- possible to guarantee. Ihey do not get into In Calgary last week, Mr. Justice II. W. Rilcy of the Al- berta Supreme Court said cntencing a woman for heroin rafficking and theft that she ;ould emerge a confirmed ad- tlict if she were sent to King- T102 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-9651 lendar nf local na rison for women, said that in- .ermitlcntly there seems to be a lot of drugs in the institution, probably because a few prison- ers abiiKO leave and visiting privileges. "The alternative is lo cancel iome of these literal reforms or do such thorough searching WeeWfiimsy ie destroying personal lie said. Neither of these would be good. Ily SUZANNE KILI'ATIIICK Hamilton Spectator ATTAWAPISKAT, 0 n t. _ The Indian hand council was ahout to meet in the community hall in this Swampy Cree rcsorvc mid- way along Ihe west coast of James Bay. Inside the long green struc- ture, it looked like an inter- mission at a dance. Indian people lined the walls along the back. A circle of chairs was drawn up around a long l.ililc. At one side of the table two white women sat patiently wailing for Chief Emile Nako- gce to appear. ICvclyn MacKay and Marion Lowe, "both of Hamilton, were no strangers to the people. They were silting in tile hall Imill with a gift of In materials from Ihe Ontario Mrs. MacKay pro- posed the idea in us a project to mark the 50th an- niversary of the IODE. At this meeting, the two women and John- Bnlleny, as- sistant dean of Nortiieni Col- lege of Applied Arts and Tech- nology in Timmins, were wait- ing for the chief and hand council lo discuss UK possibil- ity of a home economics pro- gram for the Indian women. Ahout 9 p.m. the chief ap- peared and Ihe empty seats were filled. The band council of 10, including one woman, sat in the chairs ringing the (able. ASKS FOR FUNDS The attendance was about small compared lo the 400 who allended Ihe hall's open- ing in September, 1971, when the floors shook from dancing, but this night it was business, and the number was consi- dered good. After an exchange of plcas- antries, the chief asked, through interpreter I g n a c e Whcosk, whether the 10DF could give them operating funds for maintaining the liall. He was told to check with Ihe Indian community centres branch of tho pro- vincial department of agri culture. Then Mrs. explained hat the IODE might supply seven or eight sewing ma- chines for the women to uso the hall. Sho added that Northern College would sup- ily an instructor and materi- als at the outset. Mrs. said Ihe IODE was aide lo supply cooking .itcnsils for a nutrition and cooking course if tho women were intcreslcd. Mrs. MacKay suggested the men organize a commdttca ind write tho IODE about :heir ideas. Tho woman councillor, Lotto Ilooklmaw, asked whether the women would bo supplied with mooschido for the sewing course, and was told Northern College would supply it. HKACTION IN STAGES Then Mrs. MacKay said: "I am interested and happy to learn lhat Hie chief has started a potato faim in tho iircji. Would he interested in setting up a greenhouse, with the JODB's help, for a longer growing time for pota- toes and The chief (hen told (tie group about his problems in starling the farm, gelling money from the government lor working equipment. He asked if the IQfiE would p r o vide the rmmey. Tho women said they would Inves- tigate agencies lo find out if the help was available. Then Hie meeting was over. No decision had been made and there was little apparent reaction to the proposals. Mrs. MacKay said her expe- rience: had her lo look lor reaction in three stages. "On first day they aro all present for the meeting. On the second day, they think about the ideas suggested, On Ihe third day, they let you know what they to do about them." Both women said the IODE and its offer of help have liccn accepted. 'Iliis was not Iho case initially. were apprehensive, anil didn't know why we were here or what we wanted." BINGO LETHBR10GE FISH t, GAME ASSOC. IN THE EAGLES HAU I3lh St. N. JACKPOT IN 57 NUMBERS fREE CARDS 3 JACKPOTS (4lh, 8lh and IN 7 NUMBERS NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 Food prices high on reserve LEGION BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY AT 8 p.m. JACKPOT BLACKOUT IN 55 NUMBERS OR LESS (Ineroaiing number per until won) 111 GAME JACKPOT 5lh GAMS (X) 10th GAME JACKPOT IN 50 NUMBERS FREE BUS SERVICE HOME AFTER BINGO MEMORIAL HALL PUBtlC MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY LOUNGE Children undsr 16 no! ollowetl Sponiored by ladiel Auxiliary lo Canadian By KILPATHICK Hamilton Spectator ATTAWAPISKAT, Onl. (CP> Food must te flown in or hauled by slow barge to this re- serve 375 air miles from Tim- mins, and food prices show it. Eggs cosl a Bread is 75 cents a loaf and it's a week old when it arrives. Tloy Turner said: "It's still 'resii by our standard." Mr. Turner, manager of the Hudson's Hay Co. store, said food supplies arrive twice a week by plane, depending on weather. That added K cents a pound to everything. Otherwise Ihey must be shipped by barges pulled hy lugs that carry ns much as tons of (ood and fuel lo the remole. areas along Ihe shores o[ James Hay. Polaloes are flown in, and they're not new. Ten pounds of last year's potatoes sell at Sending them hy barge in Ihe summer is ruled out Iwcausc of the heal. A six-ounce jar of inslant cof- fee sells at S3. People use- canned milk lhat sells at 31 ccnls. A 10-pound bag of sugai cost lj.2.25. rjIUN'K MOST'.Y TEA Mr. Turne. said most of his Indian customers are tea drink- ers. They used a lot (if sugar for it and for a sustaining crmcoc- Thai nurses ieaue home BANGKOK Olcuter) Thai hospilnls nro suffering from a scrimw shortage cf qualified nurses many of them lured to the United Males hy higher pay. More than Thai nurses row arc working in the T.S., a senior Bangkok nurse reports. Sutcora Aviiwalano, writ i n K in t h n ItamnlMhodi llospilal said Of! nurses had re- signed from Ihc Iiospitnl in Ihe last three years and all hut four rif liicm hnd gone to Hie Uni- Ird States. Besides the wage differential, nurses workinK in tho cite inefficiency nf hospital adrninls- linlion in Thailand a lack of medical equipment here as f.iclors to tho deci- sion lo abroad. ion of lea, flour, lard and It's (hick, like soup, and they make it up when tiiey go inlo he bush because it gives them energy." Tiie vegetables he ordered were usually restricted lo cab- hages, turnips and carrots. "I can't order anything else, occause Ihey get smashed." Pork clwps cost from lo 51.75 a pound, round slcak costs 10 a pound. Tho Indians don't try Ihese THE BETTER HALF u.ts very often Iwcanse they're too expensive, but they do buy a lot of chicken." Chicken breasts cost a pound, legs Mr. Turner was born In To- ronto and moved north when he was 19, just because he didn't want to live in a city. 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