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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 4 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, 6, 1973 Another election? of itt.iy f wld. .Ai'er an Lt'rer.ll att even t-to-e ii seerr.s more rr.cre conducive 10 sircng and j-'-Trle governmeni. "Sircr.g and are fir-e-sounciins but e'.'cT. an kT.owleolie or Ca-taian history ;how-> tia: ihey are no: j'.T.c.-ymous vr.ih serf ar.d govem.T.e.i-.. The late Les- ter Fearson never rad ine support o: a and ?iable" mator.-.y. bur we have coir.e to realize, ut on'.y be- So v. Itv ihe to the poilsl1 E.-V treat 5tir--e c: stippor, anoier iry. and L" any case ariiiiiT-e'ic shows that a blxk o: 15 "vViib. the Xe-.v it is a ciiierer.: story. Their 31 seat5. when added to tie Liberals' 109 cr ;he Cc-n- 107, are jU5t enough to provide the needed In thecry. then, and probably in prsc- ttce '.C-Q. Mr. Le'.vis can torce an wherever he yo perhaps 10 some firey old CCFers, t'-ere :s a" son of moral" duty to bat- tle the old line panies at every step, them whenever the chance arises. this is practical politics. and dvb.r.ins points don't count, as Mr. Lev- is is well aware. As party leader, he will have appraised h.s panv's prosDects in another elec- tion, and. u he has done so carefully, will surely have recognized that the XDP could not hope to improve on present posi- tion. As for the Liberals, it hsrdly needs nier.'.ionmj that had they wanted an immediate election, there would not Thai leaves lite Conservatives, and there is Ltt'e doubt that they want power to joyem. It is proper they should: they believe in the policies they advocate -.vnich to ihem may seem sipiiitcantly diiferen'. from those of the Liberal partyl it is their ciuiy to seek the to put them in'.o effect. quite probably, re- ca-linr their landslide win m was preceded by a short-lived vv-.--.tld be ccntent to follow the same "me aram. must ha1, e tne co-operation ci ihe'NDP, first to defeat the rjresent jovemnten: and then, if Mr. T-udeau ton. tiort'cf the "arran'e the'r'af- fiirs. tt is possible that .Mr. Letvts UN justification Another Veiled Nat-or; General ; Izur.chirj AsserTibly, the '27th. cc-.cltided study recentiy. The crec-biliry ci tltat ".vorla -jte iailure; Tvas not sinniicsniiy eniariced cr dunzj the Mrs: people have ceased to eTpcct the L-V :c "w eir'ecnve in endir.r. wars ties so they are ro longer diiiiltiiic-r.- ed by this asoect oi its tmrx-Ctnce. Sut sirre has been eis- cerier-ced "as a rerji: of the I'ailure ;o co more than arree 13 cr. the causes raiser uian the ei'ects. ___ ____ ___ rr.aner how much sympathy is the work of the s clustered for those wno are cialined arer.cies rather liberation from oppression, the tan- Ger.eral Asserr.biy. Fxtr all Vie r tic of violence practised sons tor cespair_ur about the ajainft the powerless cannot be con- Nations the in rich i's az- doned." The proliierstion of kidnap- cies have made irnprcvemer.ts in i hijackings, bombings and other ir.g conditions and relations; warn the L N rt-t be ?rty s cessfui in treachzii; tite than it has been in issues learlmz v---ar. the tfcss.billtv ot" makinr. r> tive gains exists. Tne contributj world r-eace and the u-ell-bein; to of pe- the ted such despicable activities pobts to seme hope. 'The age chaos which in the end will swallow main body, justify the coruL-.v. the liberationists with the rest. Some- existence of the world orgamauo Weekend Meditotion The road to success ed Tne first Psalm claims to give the "-ay temptation a mart e- suc-csss. Hers is tne way of bless-rcress. --en re stares art re rloeth ;nall prt-spsr This he s.ts and i'.es tiTL-umstur-'tes "-v._l c-e easy ana e'er, sm.'it.i. itr then it .s nit true "Hks peccli is in the law of the Bless- edness in Hebrew means goin.g sotr.ewitere with your whole heart. The "Vn whole heart U so fbred on doing the of God thai he not only accepts, it, but operates with it and delights in it, will find success. This is s'Jr.ilar to Jesus' words, "Blessed is. the nan who hur.gers ar.d thirsts after righteousness, for be shall be filled.'' To meditate on the law of the Lord means to brtsg ;cur tnind and persor.aity sith creatioc ar.d crea- tion's processes, to find the mean.r.g rt ar.-d to ruh'll your p-jtential. God He :or r.rl :.ut 'he wcr.d had r.e-ril Gc-i leal? the i.i :t ;r-- -.J. ran. Thir.c ii-n urscc-r. ar.d rr.e up to mar..'1 Nuts tre prTgressior. wjllocth, it.i.n.i- eth. sfte'h "P.lesfwl '.no rr.ri- -o tr.g t.: ith lurd of cotr.p-ar.v. -tr-i-'v- inj 'hat one caiwit herd with wolves out learning to or play mud recomirg rr.-oiy. On the other haru to keep corr.par.v "nth Gvd is to h-Korr.e Ti tlnink G-xi'? thoughts is to have tne murd of To fol- low Gori's la-.vs is T, find the ivjy of life. Men dor.': like trday They have ctn- fused iherty ar.d icenjt. Perfect ilieity :s oror-ierc-e :o perfect law. Cr.ester-or. said a rr.ents he unerr.. Tr.e Tt-r, Cont- ha-.e validity ar.d the -r who them .r. lr. -is --e la> Gc-: is a to r -esrcratslv rtv-is men "Now Why Don't You Try It On Your Own? a Commie lover, just a realist edition cf Tr.e Hersld. idc-d :hat would surely nf v-e b'j-d Scu'h in ere of Fin-ally, even former arc :rar the c: 'he ST-iurich 5upporr.ers of American go-; "he involved C-eneva called for in Ir.dochir.a. such in Vietnam :n ire first rlace, free elections every rvo years as Australia a_d Zealand, and ly :o reunify the ccur.iry. Tr.e rcc-.-'Zr.i-re that the threat of thn: ii e. lectio rt5 '.verc held, the Aiia is srcs-siy overrated, -rrer r.e recer-ly Corrirnunis-j; u-ould vrln. since i? evidenced by their recent to ;-e bom- the then. decisions IP their involve- bar-crner: oi Hanoi 3rd Hai- 'rey are the bes: orzaruzed ES quickly possible. Dhona. politics! -art--- in As Whfn peocle speak out I a- 2 k they ihe America ir-vo'.venimc L-. that ro on I V.e-r.2" :r. :r.c Tr.ry --.r. "re advice-." zr.earj. ;.-.i, End ire world ha5 ever Ei it :5 T'V of a r-rcr rtn-scns 10 a o: ri.r.e r-rafar.: na'Jon 10 iheir cte of ir5tirjdocs Ecrievec such as fanoys for The c'.c -.r._-, The Vietnam vrar, ever SL-.ce their v.-ork in cancer research, -.--a.- a :r.e er.d c: the Second Wcr'-d scrr.echinE 15 :o :ho beez a ihi-. nauc-r. it is c: tls "Eticral 10 :he trenxa- '7C Erese Ihen tr-e arc- bis hid on the psyche cf recarf-z-i 2 m-rs: reosnily iron Ameri- American one is jectve i: The al- surv ;he ccuz'.ry will csver be -Arnerican ".raiers neighborug lafochirs -jrlors g-or.c-_5 year existence, thus early i_- :.-je ?-cr. as Carnbr-dia ETC Thailzzd evident :houg.- or.'y r.ave. I believe, r.? cf ihey in-deed are capable cf a colossal and hai GREG American strategy in Vietnam praised :o r.rn 2 V "v-r-y '.Tia! and wacs agreement tha; L; d-ier.ce arc crrcemnnig .he ccc'jT'.ec 3T-is c: alore. h25 HIT.OL he'.ps "o re- anc other Inc> p-d ver anc chm3. is thit ihe'-" "r-rdfve '.r.e 'Cc-'in- or., h-xtile crinc-ism anc :urr_i- >ji'd c: :he arxi ti57n of the by ar.d I "e should re- ir.i mory ami descry- U 5 ce- tha: 1> Urc'.-e- mort thoir I be- h.3> received has '-he rnany years. I' of'.ez hard 10 be- lieve o: these Influence questioned I am branded as un-Amencan tne general_ that is en- f.l'L nist nor anu-American. rv c-r ft- that anv- '--nth or South. The anv stretch ct ite -rere. S-u'-n- Y-etramese govemm-ent re .V 1- ----.-V "--j :o "A "tt Til _._-_- --_.....-.- STOT: 5 p i r.-j-- A...- Letters Against capital punishment A discouraging prospect for the New Year must fill all those who believe in "love your en- emies.'' and "do good to those that hurt as ihey read in the Lethb'ridge Herald about many south Alberta people, who support retribution. In trying to understand, one wonders if the backers of "an eye for an eye" were raised by parents who said. "I'll teach you to hit your little brother'1 wham! Or perhaps told lirtle brother to bite back if he was too small hit hard. Do really want the government to return to the old practice of showing the public it is wrong to kill, by veiling again? can be accomplished by it? Hanging saves money, it is said, but Joes ii? Society spends a great deal of money raising snd educating a person. Dis- posing of him woi'Jd waste -It all. Prisons could be made into productive factories where a prisoner could work to support victim's dependents. That is the only way such debts C2n really be paid. Besides the monetary asrject some would consider a spiritual v.ew. Do live oriy to rro- ciice ar.d ccnstirr.e? Anr! v.ho is so v.ise rs to an- other's life should end? Fer- hcps the r'-ore wicked a per- son the more time he neei5 here on er-rth to "earn rever- ence for hfe. Besides, hanging degrades the one who it and these who authorize it. since tfae. ano ecualiy resrvnsi- ble. Hanging is also justified by claiming "protection for society, but government orders to kill, either in war or for punishment 01 an individual, in turn justi- fies killing. Yes. we ere all afraid these days with so many distorted personalities threat- ening us. So let's do aw-ay with criminals to make us feel safer, it is said, in case they want to kill or rape again. But what if they don't, and someone else does, for the first time? Is it to really feel safe with would-be murderers around? Remember the calculating mur- derer never expects to get caught, but plans to benefit by what he has done. The recipe for peace of mind C3me to us centuries ago. 'The Bible says "periect love cast- eth ctr fear." "vengeance. is mine." .And for our con- scientious friend in Coutts. J. M. Resehr. let me suggest that there's a difference between commandments sr-d statements of the way thinp happen. she-rdeth nan's blood, by man shall his blood be shed" a fact of life, not a comniand- rr.ent. yjst as was Jesus' obser- vation tha: whoever ta.kes up tha s.vord is likfiy to pernsh by it. E-: cm 1 '.r. Recehr believa Grc to he so inconsistent? We net ol'cy bcth Mr. Reg- ehr's interrr-ctaiion of it and thv "thou shalt not kill." are to choose the way that leris t? a mere spir- LUCA Retain death penalty We. the clergy and of i h e Netherlands Retormed Congregation at Lethbrtdge feel it our to express oun con- cern abC'tit the present fifia- tios in Canada regarding the death penal-.. Although v.e are pleased to see thit throt.cln-0-t Canada the pahlic wettts to be awakening to the fact that w-e can.ncK go on ignoming our laws, we nevertheless feel that in must cases the overruling argMtnen'. in favor of capital punislnmen; is which is. cf Holy W'ord of We find, th-cn. that after the first wp-ld was destroyevi be- cause of its wickedness. in- stituted that th-cse wh.i i'fe, de- stroying God's cwn innate, voulc be pimishec su- preme ponalty. death. Gen. Thmxig'ncsjt scrin-nires T.e find, that as 1-or: as G-tc's lav.-s were obeyed, ar.d His ordi- nances kept, and just-ce en- forced, the nattor.s prospered, cs as men cecar.ed inevltdcly led to When Paul instructed trj F.c-mass 13 cor.reminj ruent he called c'_r riens ztizisters ri God. tLnd revergers !o execute upon him that doeth evil. TJ carry this out they (Tarried z and it is our oouu'cr that swore Is or_y usea to oo it; to kill or put to death, rut to those that by laws -ve-e found guilty of crime v-Jch tha: sttpre-e rrite be paid. K'e a'rscltttely feel ttia! it ii v.ntit the Btble to be tl.? alvlitlc-n of the ;th pcnnlty. Trose who are mci guilty of first degree mcer ar.d re; orJy of or .1 guards should be put to ay tre it is it rruerer t-clieve it can be ob- there is 2 between the fright- "ease in crime in gen- the in'Orease in nur- If the su- c; lue is nx respect- :rotected by our rulers can and nrus; ir.deed to see a decay of 1 values, and all we have taken deterrent to tnur- the ives oi the inno- rtts. and of tha thc.t will res: upco of O'ur oe. unto us. v.-n-en, as m so r.y other countries, people rart to the law into their J. SilXGERLXYD or. of Cc-r.gnegatio! Once bitten, ticicc I just read an aricle ir. a Lethbridge Herald Tory Tc-bin. director of the preventive social se- claims that developers are after the almighty buck, should sh-tr-v a little mere so conscience. Does the mear oit tre mo'ive. th w.Tulf; he no cevel'tcmert. never c-.-' an ap ment house. Anyone who only ec a ruiV-re c: czareaa ash ard iV was a "tVr-6-7: T did ro: ieft the zlar-e in '.hi? ari nie A rr i 1 ov- S1 As- other'girl 1-rf. A mm !cf: In to trus :ho-e se-.-ersl a rlaee from me. i lock kok it them arc thstr 1-r.g h Thvn'l I haVe b-Ty v.hth l-.r.g hair was his hciir elmtst every so i decided to eve them chance Alter bein; there One was co-ered -.-iin :.frfO. ntt cetlv: rort but nacl to p-ay a v -.-in talks In me inly a'ter the Dam rc.s subsift-rl. Xevilless to v-i mean- in do I do :r- 'hv 'h- i' ted T.-? i-i Ttrj St, 5., A.t-iiia iHP.rDGE KE1SALD "0. LTD, 1'tc. :.r.; Puol.shen Pucijr.ed by A TlVlivNAuV C vs Rf: "THE HERALD TH: SCJTH'' ;