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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THINK ART WILLIAMS AGENCIES ITD. FOR REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL for all your Travel CENTRE VILLAGE Phonei 31S-B184 328-3501 The letttkidge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Monday, June 5, 1972 PAGES 11 TO 22 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDG. 740 4lh AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE, A1BERTA Summer li coming. Be reedy wilh n nolr of Prescription Sunglasses. God, religion and church: the under-21 view By MARLEN'E COOKSHAW Herald Statf Writer "What does the word God mean to It seems that a person as many dirt erent responses to that question as the num- ber of people he asks. Four students from the Lethbridge Collegiate In- stitute came up with the fol- lowing ideas and opinions: "God is just a said Gayle. "I pray to God be- cause I need a name to ad- dress my thoughts to. I don't think the church represents God, either; I don't think anyone hut God himsclt can." Gayle is Jewish, and ac- cepts Jesus as a prophet, but not the Messiah. "The Jewish church does not set down standards about the existence oE she said. "We may accept God in the Christian sense, or else in our own personal concept." Jane felt that God was "something within me. When all eke fails I believe in God. You must always do what you think is best; if you are wrong well, I think God is forgiving, not a God of punishment." "I believe In God and a said Mark. "I am a member of the Rcsicrucian Society, which is a combina- tion of sciences and reli- gions." He does not beb'eve that man was made in the image of God, and feels that all of the purported Biblical miracles can be logically and naturally explained. "I think I sort ot half be- lieve in was Phyllis' comment, "but everytime I hear someone talking about God, I think it he is so great why docs he made people suf- Phyllis is a member of the Buddhist laith. "God doesn't make people suffer, we was Mark's rebuttal. "T have so many doubts. It's funny, 1 believed strong- ly said Jane. The oth- ers mentioned a similar feel- ing. Jane is a former member of the United Church who questioned her right to at- tend. "I felt like a hypocrite going to church and reciting the creed. But I still like to go sometimes, there's a kind of comfort in being with other people like that. "I like to go when I'm lone- ly, I enjoy singing the hymns. "But 1 don't believe Jesus was the son of God. He was a good man with wonderful teachings. The stories about him were exaggerated by his following, the people who loved him. "I don't believe in the mir- acles as they are stated in the Bible, I don't think Jesus was What do today's young people thing about reli- gion? Do they bslieve in a God? Do they accept tlie traditional church views, or seek their own? Herald reporter Marlene Cookshaw interviewed a number of high-school-aged students i in Lethbridge to seek an in- dication of the answers lo these questions. The results will be car- ried in this five-par! series. dead when he supposedly rose from the grave. The BiWe is abstract, and call be inter- preted in many ways. "Jesus was a non-violent revolutionary Ln his time, but he is not my Saviour." "Buddhism is easier to be- b'eve and follow than most religions, especially commented Phyllis. "H says that you must live b'ke Bud- dha to achieve his inner peace you must go through life yourself to understand it. When you overcome vanity and greed, and break the shell of society by following his teachings and life pat- tern, you find truth. "We meditate, not pray, and I don't think the church Is necessary for that as long as you meditate somewhere." "The church is good and serves a purpose when you need said Gayle, "but I don't think you have to go to church once a week, I don't think it's good to be made to go to church." Jane agreed, but empha- sized that she thought the "mind-building of Sunday schools is a good thing. It's good to have a basic back- ground of the church." Mark's religion differs from the others in that it is "a closed society, with only a few members in the city and occasional meetings." Literature and practical knowledge are provided to members, who believe that liigher planes of existence can he reached and the bound- aries of the planet overcome if service and love are ac- complished on earth. Mark expressed a belief in reincarnation and Uie habi- tation of other planets, as well as the desire to have all world religions culminated in one faith. "I think that part, possibly even a good deal of the Bible is said Mark, "but too much of it has been misinter- preted." Mark was formerly Mor- mon, but he left the church, because "it runs on too much faith and not enough on he said. "I didn't like the way they belittled other religions, either." "Too many churches say that that you've got lo have faith and believe, but how can they expect us to with DO asked Gayle. "Most young people have gotten off church religion now, they have their own ideas and Iheir own thing to was a comment gen- erally agreed upon. "1 still tliink people need some kind of guiding added Jane. "But it's kind of hard to believe religion and God when you're taught sci- ence and evolution. I believe in evolution." When asked by one of the students why mixed Jewish marriages were discouraged, Gayle replied that a marri- age between persons of any different faitlis was hard when their beliefs were strong. She said that the many restrictions of the Jewish religion were mostly health rules. Gayle belongs to a religion that believes in the old but not the new testament of the Bible. She felt that min- ority groups share a closeness that larger religions do not have. There are only 35 Jew- ish families in Lethbridge. "You know, I'm really In- terested in the technicalities of other said Jane. 'It's too bad we don't learn more about them when we'ra younger." All seemed to agree that children deserved much bel- ter, more unbiased religious instruction. "M a y b e then they'd realize that religions are not really all that differ- ent they're all looking for the same thing, even in sim- ilar ways. Praying and med- itating are the same thing, it's all in your said Gayle. "Everybody discovers same truth in the added rhyllis. "Religions are pretty much the same, only from different viewpoints." "The best thing about liv- ing now, in the 20th Century, is that people's thoughts are always changing and grow- said Jane. "And the best thing about living here, in Canada, is that there is so much freedom of reli- gious belief, you know you compare it to places like Ire- land, and it's pretty wonder- ful." Motorcyclist is charged dangerous driving A highspeed vehicle chase shortly before 1 a.m. Saturday concluded in a minor accident, no injuries and a charge of dan- gerous driving against a motor- cyclist. G 1 e n n H. Stromness, 22, of Fort Francis, Ont., pleaded guilty in Lethbridge magis- trate's court Saturday to the dangerous driving charge and was remanded, free on cash and property bond bail, until Friday for sentencing. Court was told damage in the Cars collide A two-car collision at the in- tersection of 12th Ave. and 20th St. S., shortly before 3 p.m. Sat- urday resulted in dam age and two injuries. Gordon Young, 1706 13th Ave S. was taken to Si. Michael's General Hospital with injuries The driver of the other involve( vehicle, Joshua Entz, 1607 Scenic Heights received mino lacerations and was not hos pitalized. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. 222 5th St. S. Phone 328-4095 AIR CONDITIONING Alcon Refrigeration Ltd For the best buy in Air Conditioning Phone 327-5B1S ccident totalled to the CMP car and to the 750- .c. cycle. An HCMP official told The [erald the chase ended abrupt- when the fleeing cyclist at- empted to escape the patrol ar by cutting across a grass median strip on Highway 3 bout 4'A miles east of Lcth- >ridge. "The cyclist cut onto the me- lian and the patrol car follow- ed they ended up side-by-sido on the grass in he said. During the chase the RC1TP car was reported to have hat :o travel at speeds near 120 m.p.h. Kimmitt replacement this month The name of the new super- intendent of Lethbridge separ- ate schools should be known by the middle of this month. The separate board has re- ceived some 17 applications for the post being vacated by Bob Kimmitt, who is retiring at the end of this year. At last report, the number of potential candidates had' been whittled to eight. The board's next regular meeting is set for June 15 and an announcement is expected either before or at that meet- ing. Town Hall meeting for city council By RICHARD BURKE Herald Stall Writer Got a beef with the city? Is there a program or facility you would like to see developed which has received no atten- tion? Are there existing city policies which puzzle you? City council will welcome your com- ments and questions at a town- hall-type meeting tonight be- ginning at 7 o'clock. The meeting with the public, the second of four for this year, will precede the regular business session which will in elude consideration of severa community services advisory commitlee recommendations. One recommendation, if ap- proved by council, would see the adoption of a grants policy rnment to have the original ort Whoop-Up site designated historical site. There has been much concern about van- alism at the site of the fort and council will consider hav- ng the area fenced. A delegation at the meeting om General Appraisal of Can- da will explain to council the ost increase for the insurance ppraisal of city buildings and acilities. Council allocated 000 for the appraisal and lasl veek turned down a reques rom the city manager that an dditional be spent to omplete the job. On a related matter, a sort to council shows com >lete settlement as been rea ALL DRUGS ARE NOT EQUAL Recently, 33 of 36 brands of a particular type of drug did not meet the cet standards and In another case a manufacturer was able to show that, in a government study, his drug at- tained the highest blood level of product! mado by ten different manufacturers. Drugs may "chemically equal" but are not necessarily equal in their therapeutic response. It is the ethical responsibility of your phnr. macy to only slock and dispense those brands of any drug, made by manufacturers in whom he has confidence. We will always strive by work- ing closely wilh your physician to fulfill this re- sponsibility. Capsule of Wisdom by ROD and GEORGE What is so important about a prescription? We feel that it is a conlract belween your doctor and yourself to try to restore you to good health. When you entrust us wilh the responsibility lo supply the medication we respect your failh in our ability to fill it properly. Tho trouble tKese days is that there's no arrest for the wicked. DRAFFIN'S DISPENSARY AND DOWNTOWN GEORGE RODNEY Hniq Medical Bldg. 401 5th St. S. 601 6th Ave. S. Free Delivery Call 328-6133 Call 327-3364 TOUGH DECISION Gordon Colledge, lethbridge Community College informa- tion officer, looks over the more than 100 entries in the LCC flag competition. Many of the entries, which come from various parts of Alberta and southeastern B.C, gave prominence to the college symbol, the Kodiak bear. The decision will to made June 7 and prizes of and will awarded to the three best designs. If ..he is used for the college flag, another will to ticked cm to first prize money.___________________ -Walter Kerber Photo POSTAL BUSINESS Post office business in Leth- bridge in 1971 totalled AIR CONDITIONERS STARTING AT CharKon Hill Ltd. 1262 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-3388 Student summer job market The student office of the Can- ada Manpower Centre reported a need this morning for male and female beet laborers, a horseman who can ride and show horses and two salesmen to sell mens' clothing. There is also a demand for a machine erector, a truck driv- er, a bus boy, a waiter and taxi drivers. The student office is localcd CANADA'S FINEST COLD FUR Call 327-4348 for Rapid Pick-up- CANADIAN FURRIERS Paramount Theatre Building Keep Cool With An Admiral Air Conditioner ftT SPECIAL Of THE WEEK .......I ZOtV J C-60 CASSETTE............. OYC NOW PRICED FROM George Takeyosu RADIO and LTD. Each 315-7th Street Soutfi PHONE 327-3232 t 323 7th St. S. or telephone 28-B1G4. vater line and other Improve- ments at the course should be le golf club's responsibility; amendments to clarify the losing shops bylaw; donation lo the city ot Zamboni ice machine by the Lctbbridge Figure Skating Club. The meeting will be held In council chambers at city hall. and yearly grant fund for var ous community service organ izations. The grant fund would have per capita limit set ai would be established in 1973 Organizations would be requir ed to apply for grants by Sep 30 the year before the budge allocations. Since September ot last year council has had an "undefined policy regarding grants charitable, cultural and oth organizations." The community services a committee has also rec- ommended the city build a ten- nis clubhouse as part of the fa- cilities at the new Henderson ?ark tennis courts. During budget discussion n January, council refused to allocate for construc- tion of a clubhouse and later referred the question to the committee. The recommenda- tion is for an expenditure oE for the clubhouse. It has been proposed the city lease the clubhouse to the Leth- bridge Tennis Club on a yearly basis to assure the facility would be kept open for public use. Council has also been asked ched on the Lethbridge Arena LOT OF HENS 'Hie largest single production egg unit in the Lethbridge dis- trict is a Coaldale firm with layers producing dozen eggs annually and the facilities to rear to production age pullets at one time. fire claim. The city "will re- ceive to cover the los of the arena. Other agenda Items include a request from the Naliv Friendship Society of southern Alberta that the old library b made available for use as th Friendship Centre, when th new library has been complet- ed; arrangement of a meeting between council and the library board to discuss plans for the new library; a proposal that a water line and fire hydrant be install- ed at the Henderson Lake Golf Course at city cost. Last week, council decided the cost of the CLIFF BLACK, Certified Denial Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822 Attention Painters and Wood FintshersI SAVE On These Great Buys! I 3 only gallons Pasle Wood Filler (natural) only gallons Bapco Paste Wood Filler (walnut) CLEARING AT, 9.95 PER GAUON 3 only gallons Bapco Interior Bronzing Liquid CLEARING AT PER GALLON 2 OpCO Liqu 3-99 CAU PAINT 327-5767 DOWNTOWN to approach the provincial gov- PAINT-UP NOW! Chinook Exterior Gloss White .95 Chinook Crimson Red Chinook Shingle Green Chinook Interior Latex 3 PER GAUON S.W.P. Exterior 1st grade latex, Gloss and shingle paint. 20% OFF PLEASE NOTE Effective immediately our business hours will be from a.m. lo p.m. daily except Wednesday a.m. to p.m. To avoid any mis- understanding we are open Saturday from a.m. to p.m. SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT WALLPAPIR 321 6th Street 5. Phone 327-8321 AUCTION BARN 2508 2nd Ave. N. Regular Tuesday Sale-June 6 P.M. ______ OUR FREE PICK-UP SERVICE HAS FILLED OUR WAREHOUSE AND WE NEED THE ROOM MANY ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO LIST WE ARE OPEN EVERY DAY 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and the merchandise is here for you to look over give us an offer. lovely 3 pee. Bedroom suite, pool table, bunk bed sel. very clean dark brown chesterfield suite, vacuum c eaners, good working TVs, Iruck ulilily box. garage door, like new humidifier, childs 2 wheel bike, studenls desk, radio record player combo, beds of all kinds, largo selecllon of garden tools. Cement plcmlers.____________________________ NEW METAL HOG FARROWING CRATE and HOG FEEDERS and A NUMBER OF HOG WATERERS. SUZUKI 250 x 6 HUSTLER Two amplifiers, front and back windshield for Ply- mouth, corpets, wheel barrow, lamps galore, doors and windows, recliner, electric log fireplace heater, kitchen suite, quilting frame, buffet, set of andirons, ironing boards, dress- ers chesterfields and chairs, high chairs, beauliful Oafc library table, office desk, leather orm chairs, square top barbeques, garbage cans, large 5 ft. tall garden waterfall, cryslnl and other glassware, there are many collectors items also available. ________________ 8 mm MOVIE CAMERA WITH ZOOM REFLEX and TRIPOD, PLUS NEW EDITOR Many more items loo numerous to list. FOR fURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT SOUTHWEST AUCTION SERVICES Phone 327-1222 2508 2nd Ave. N. Auctioneer. REED HAWTHORNS Bill HOPE-Lic. 843 Sales Representative ;