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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IETHBRIDOE HERAID Thundoy, Morch 19, 1973 -j- ivin V Just Jude By JUDE TURIC rrHE workings of the human animal have iu- trigued many of the same species for centuries. And, although we are class- ed as the only animal with the power to reason, ability to learn from past experience and assimilate all the facts, the point remains we don't learn all our lessons well enough. Taking a look a round the world, we find that persecu- tion, imposition of beliefs and values, and generally trying to be the conscience of every other man contribute to the central learning prob- lem. in Lethbridge, for example, we find a great to-do over abortion, sex education and birth control information. Religion, lor instance, is peddled in the streets, door- to-door and through the media, in order to get to Joe Public. It seems always to be a case of '1 am right and you are wrong.' Perhaps the best solution is this: Try keeping your nose on your face and out of your I, neighbor's business. The matter lies in moral- Ity individual morality which should be kept to one- self unless a person is asked to express it. Pushing personal prefer- ences down the throat of an- other person is senseless, shows a lack of respect and insults the intelligence. Whether a person washes to consider abortion just or un- just is of no matter to me. Whether a person feels Christianity is better than paganism doesn't affect me in Ihe least. Whether a person plans to practise birth control or have babies by the dozen is none of my concern. What is of importance is whether I am leading a life which I can justify to myself, and. to whomever or whatever I meet once this life is over. I don't moralize on another- person's behavior or beliefs, and expect others to have the courtesy and the sense to similarily leave me lo mine. History is mute testimony lo what has happened when a segment of society attempts to impose its convictions on others. Little good comes of things brought about by force, how- ever slight. Unfortunately, a holier- than-thou attitude seems to have become ingrained dn our nature and force, dissent and bickering a way of life. Teachers'1 strike disrupts festival SCANDINAVIAN HALL-229-12fh St. 'C N. FRl., MARCH 30th at p.m DOORS OPEN AT P.M. NEW IN 50 NUMBERS 10 GAME-WIN ON EMPTY CARD 4lh 8th 12th GAME IN 7 NUMBERS OR LESS 5 CARDS FOR GOLD CARDS PAY DOUBLE EACH 2 DOOR PRIZES 36 FREE CARDS 5 DRAWS FOR NEXT WEEK COFFEE AVAILABIE Sorry No one under 16 years of age allowed. Whee-ee-ee! It's fun in the sun for two-year-old Cheyenne Marsh more practice, and Cheyenne will able to release her of 1013 27A St. N., scooting down the slide in the p'.ay- liand brakes and break her own speed record. ground at the park on 23 St. and 8 Ave. N. Just a little ___ __ Forgetful Romeo married 17 times By CHRIS CATLIN MOSCOW (Reuter) Alexei Matsebur has learned a trick or two from his 17 marriages. He can claim to have found what seems to be an infallible way of getting a divorce. "I've some bad news, dar- he tells his wife. "Our marriage is just not valid." As his bride of a few weeks stands speechless, Matsehur ex- plains that he has stupidly "for- gotten" to get his last marriage annulled. Stage two of the Matsebur method: the repentant bigam- ist goes to court and confesses to having two wives. Perhaps impressed by his honesty, the court annuls the second mar- riage. For some Soviet courts, it seems to matter little whether RUMMAGE SALE SATURDAY, MARCH 31, at a.m. SOUTHMINSTER CHURCH .HALL SOUTHMINSTER TUES. EVENING UNIT U.C.VV. the earlier marriage was valid or not; in divorce cases they often do not bother to check. ALWAYS IN TROUBLE This does not mean that Mat- sehur, a resident o_f Ternopol in the western Ukraine, has al- ways kept out of trouble. More than once, the newspa- per Pravda Ukrainy reports, he has had to pay the penalty for another of his bezzling money. the newspaper says, "Matsebur has hardly rested from family problems in his bachelor cell when he again appears on the horizon." With his help and that of many lesser Matseburs, the So- viet Union has long vied with the United States for first place in the international divorce league. It edged ahead in 1968 with a rate of 27 divorces annually for every people but has since dropped back into second place. In 1970 the equivalent figure was .35 in the U.S. compared with 26 divorces here. As for Ternopol's leading di- vorce, he is on the run again. According to Pravda Ukrainy, several thousand rubles are missing from the last place he worked. Four major technological advances give you a brighter picture, improved color fidelity, crisper image definition, simplified color control and greater reliability. Quatrecolor, new from Panasonic. Panasonic introduces 100% solid slate The Ffaser CI-263C willi Ullra I'ana Matrix colorTV with modular circuitry, Q-Lock color control and our brightest picture ever. In one word, Quatrecolor. By MAUREEN JAMIESON Family Editor Striking teachers in rural areas are playing havoc with the schedule for the Kiwanis Music Festival. Possibly one-third of the en- tries are rural choruses, chor- al speech and bands, accord- ing to Marge McLaughlin, fes-. tival committee secretary. "We haven't had one call from anyone at all" in rural areas, she said, "indicating whether they are going on with practices or whether they are dropping out, "I would think if they pos- sibly could be here, they will be. Until we hear officially, we like to hope. "I think we'll have our solos, Pat Wright, administrative assistant for the festival said: "I haven't a hope rural chor- uses, rural choral speech and rural bands will be in. The only one I expect is Elkford, B.C., which is entered for the first time. "We're going through on the supposition they're coming. We haven't been notified oth- erwise. I hope the individual entrants have been keeping up with their she said. "If those schools don't come in, we'll just have to wait. can't possibly get back to all the other schools and get them to re-arrange their bits Mrs. Wright ex- plained. "We're hoping the adjudica- tors can give us many work- shops lo stretch their lime. "School choruses are Mon- day she said, "and the adjudicator is Paul J. Boiirrct of Edmonton. "He'll start off at nine. His third class in out. His nest is Picture Butti High and Wilson Junior High that's half wiped out Next is Coaldolc. And the next two classes after tha are wipe outs, too Taber and Coalrlale. "So you see what we're up against. This could go c through the rest of the scho events. "Festival adjudicators con nected with the school area have been told of the strike and realize the Mrs. Wright said. In rural areas, "the kid? must he awfully disappointed and the teachers have put it so much extra lime afte said Mrs. McLaugh lin. Fourteen-year-old Valerii Nelson, a high school studen in Raymond, planned to enle both class and individua categories at the festival. "Choral speech was an nounced over the intercom before the she said but no practices were held. "I think they're dropping The fate of her individua entries is also uncertain. Through the school, shc said, "I put my name down for choral reading and a dia logue of some kind, but don't know anything about i now. "I don't know whether it's going on or not." James Bhimell, principal of Raymond High School, dis- claimed all knowledge of fes- tival applications. Gerry Gibb, principal of the elementary school in Ray- mond, said, "we're not allow- ed lo work with our students. "I don't know what's hap- ficning. It depends on wheth- er school starts." Four technological advances make up Quatrccolor. Qualrecolor is 1IXK solid stale Solid state circuitry runs cool. Cool components slay in peak condition, longer. Quatrecolor solid state gives you more stable performance row, and for vc.irs ahead. Quatrccolor is modular The major circuits are on five snap-in modules, lo make replacement simpler, faster and a lot less expensive. Quafrccolor isQ.Lock One pushbutton makes four essen- tial picture quality adjustments simultaneously. Color.Tint. Con- trast, Brightness. And compensates automatically forchangcs in signal from channel to channel and program to program. Qualrecolor is our brightest picture ever A black matrix picture tube repro- duces color with new brilliance, greater fidelity. Four major in addition, Panasonic gives you other important control features. FanahckAFT ...to fine-tune Ihe best possible picture, at the touch of a butlon, Sharpness control resolution of detail. manual control to adjust brightness, contrast and color saturation. Click-stop locates all 70 UHF stations, just like the VHP tuner. Panasonic introduces Qualre- color in two big consoles. 26" (diagonal) screens. Handcraflcd cabinets. The Fraser is Nfediterranean style in dis- tressed pecan wood veneers. Walnut finish available soon. The Cayuga CT-261CA is a modern design in rich walnut woodgrain tinish, on a swivel base. Visit your Panasonic dealer, and sec everything that's besl in color TV today. All under one name...Quatrecolor. Ultra Pana-Mati In Ihe two 26" models shown, Panasonic also introduces the new Ullra Pana-Matrix picture tube.The combination of a super negative guard hand black matrix and a new phosphor application process creates a picture over 50% brighter than any 26" Panasonic you've ever seen. Panasonic9 just slightly ahead of our time. TOMORROW'S FURNITURE LTD, 1254 3rd AVENUE S. Panasonic PHONE 328-4133 Panasonic TOWN COUNTRY FURNITURE 549 13th STREET N. Panasonic PHONE 328-1151 Panasonic AH class entries, and tha lajority of individual ones, B said, arc channelled through the school. Mr. Gibb said he had no dea whether the individual ntrants had received their estiva! acceptance slips, vhich provide necessary in- ormation as to time, date md location of Uie perform- ances. "Some of the solo ones may come in on their said Mr. Gibb, doubtfully. "We've nan hoping we could get a settlement .so could do a little more than that. "We hope they will be lo compete. said Mrs. McLaughlin, "one of the Pin- chsr Creek schools went to the 'Pass festival by themselves and came out very well, but this was at the first of Lhe strike. "Cardston was talking about rescheduling but I don't think :vve would, It wouldn't be fair to the city schools and it would mean getting the hall again. And adjudicators would be an extra expense. Mrs. McLaughlin sees one small ray of hope. "They got permission for bask etball tournaments" to be classed as extra curricular, she said. A'though the coach was un- able to attend, "somebody elre look the teams. "We would class the festi- val as extra-curricular, said Mrs. McLaughlin, "but I don't know where they draw tie line. "That's the way it is now. It's just up in the airl Real flavor for chicken LONDON (Router) A British firm has announced after extensive research and testing it has produced ;m additive that rakes chick- ens taste like chickens. V.'liile Tomkins L'.d. of Reig- ate, Surrey, said the break- tlirough is the result of blend- ing 20 amino aeids, derived from butter and pure yoast with extracts of various herbs and spices. Its effect, the company said, is to give the flavor of the old fashioned, mature chickens that- granny knew to the intensively-grown factory farm chickens of today. The company said its addi- tive is made up of only natu- ral sources, and independent tests have shown that 65 to 80 per cent of people prefer the specially-flavored birds. WeeWhimsy MEMBER FORD PENT-A-CAR SYSTEM Kow Avciialtse! 1973 FORD TON Economy Cars Pinto Q Maverick Torino SPECfAl WEEKEND RATES CALl NOWI DUNLOP FORD SALES LTD. T6th Avenue and M.M. Drive S., lethbridge Box 1234 Rhone 328-8861 DUNLOP FORD RINT4-CAR ;