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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDGE HEKALD Saturday, May S, 1970 ANN ROGERS WALTER GOERZEN Symphony Concert In Yates Monday The fourth concert of the 1969- 70 Lethbridge Symphony As- sociation series will feature three motets performed by the chorus and orchestra Monday at p.m. at the Yates Me- morial Centre. The motets Mendelssohn The Hymn of Praise, Bach's Jesu, Priceless Treasure and Schutz's Psalm 150 be performed hi place of the usual oratorio. The Hymn of Praise, written to commemorate the 400th an- niversary of the invention of Coaldale One-Acter In Finals Ali the Cobbler, a student one- act production from Kate An- drews High School in Coaldale, will represent the southwestern Alberta drama zone this week- end at provincial finals in Red Deer. The play, directed by Frank Featberstone, was accounted the b e s t production by adjudi- cator Jack McCreath at the re- cent Southwestern Alberta High School Drama Festival In Leth- bridge. The finals, sponsored by the provincial government's cul- tural development branch, runs today and Sunday. Adjudicator is Canadian play- wright Gwen Pharis Ringwood. Twelve plays, representing the best of mor3 than 100 high school productions will vie for seven awards. printing, will feature solois Walter" Goerzen, tenor, and An Rogers, soprano. Mr. Goerzen, who appearec in the LSD's 1969 performanc of Handel's Saul, came to Leth bridge from Winnipeg tw years ago and is currently mu sic director of the Mennonit Brethren Church in Coaldale. Mrs. Rogers, who has a bach elor of music degree from Me Gill University, was soloist Christ Church Cathedral Montreal. Currently a teache of piano and voice in Leth bridge, she is soloist at South minster Church. Jesu, Priceless Treasure composed by Bach to honor th deceased wife of a friend, in tially employed a choir of 2 boys and 15 men. Psalm 150 will feature a dou We brass choir of seven per sons, plus the addition to th symphony chorus of the South minster Church Senior Choir. Conductors for the perfom ance will be Wilf Woolhouse and Tom Lavers. Friendship Centre Opens Monday The Lethbridge Friendshi] Centre will officially open its doors to the public Monday May 4 at 10 a.m. Director Rose Yellow Fee will be on hand to welcome all wople who wish to see the cen xe in operation. The centre is located in the former Trianon Ballroom on the corner of 1st Ave. and 5th St. S. TO SYMBOLIZE FOND MEMORY Choose wisely the monu- ment to honor your loved ones. We will be pleased to assist you. LETHBRIDGE MONUMENTAL AND TILE WORKS "We Have Been Satisfying Customers For Over 60 Years" 325 8th St. S., Lethbridge Phone 327-3920 Urviversi Notice to prospective applicants The last day for receiving for admission to the 1970-71 session is July 2, 1970, for all programs except Medicine, Dentistry, and Library Science. However, Grade 12 students from Alberta who are considering applying requested to do so as soon or possible. Forms and additional information may be obtained from the Registrar, Administration Building, The University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta. Q Official transcripts of Grade 12 marks must also be requested tarly if they are to reach the University in time. Q Any student who has already written Grade 12 examinations should request that an i-p-to-datc transcript of his record be sent by the Examinations Branch, Department of Education, Government of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta to the University, fj Any student writing Grade 12 examinations in June, 1970, should request a transcript showing the results of those examinations. Q Ask Me By Margaret Luckhurst rPHE feminine pressure groups currently urging govern- ment to full repeal of the modified abortion laws are I believe, acting unwisely and without regard for the many ramifications such action might bring. The groups base their lone argument on the premise tha a woman should have full control of her own body and there- fore be the determining agent in whether or not she will bear a child. Tlu's is a sensible approach, for unwanted children already are a world-wide social problem. The fact that hitherto, our society has based its anti-abor- tion position on moral, ethical, and religious tradition does no move the pressure groups so there is no point in going into i here. However, I have asked leaders of the pressure groups a few pertinent questions which, to date, no one has answeret to my satisfaction, and I pose diem again. In the first place, who is going to be given an abortion and how often can one apply? Will it be regarded as a routine cure for all indiscretions and any inconvenience? An abortion, we know, is a relatively simple operation, requiring a minimum of hospital care, so will women be able to run in and out of hospitals at their whinr? Will doctors be placed in the unenviable position of per- forming abortions on repeaters if this becomes the case? Or will they be given the authority to insist on sterilization? Secondly, have the pressure groups been influenced' and intimidated by governments who have already repealed their own laws, and if so, have they investigated the results lately? In England for example where the abortion law was re- pealed only last year, legislation is already in motion, supported by the medical profession, to reaffirm the modified law pre- viously used which set down conditions under which abortion was available. The government is seeking this because it has found, to Its cost, that badly administered abortion clinics are flourish- ing, hospitals are overcrowded, and waiting lists are unbeliev- ably long. How long can you wait for an abortion? In Canada where hospital beds are already at a premium and doctors considerably overworked, how will holusbolus abor- tions be dealt with? Will second-rate clinics be permitted to operate as in Eng- land, displacing the backroom tradition only in legality? If hundreds of women across Canada urgently needed an abor- tion next month, are the necessary services available? My third question is perhaps speculative but I believe it needs consideration. If we legislate who is and who isn't wanted in this life, what implication will this have in the next five years? Who is to decide who is wanted, a doctor and the hysterical mother of a handicapped child? What will be our attitude to the aged and senile. With the population explosion so worrisome will it become excusable for a family to decide Grandma would be better 'put Would our social misfits in prison and mental hospitals come before a board who will pick and choose who is wanted and who is not? Granted these analogies may not be totally synonymous with abortion but can our permissive society :otally discount their probability? I sympathize with a girl or woman who for her own rea- sons, does not wish to bear a child. I support modified abor- tion laws which would permit her to terminate the pregnancy under the existing conditions. I will so far as to support toUl repeal of abortion laws, provided all avenues of birth control program have been set into total widespread use, and failed. With this in mind, my fourth question to the pressure groups is this: Has there been a concerted effort to implement Ihrough schools, churches and clinics as much propaganda for Subvention of unwanted pregnancy as there has been cure by abortion? Would not the millions of dollars that will be spent on medical and hospital fees for abortions be better directed to ree birth control pilk, sterilization and courses in prevention rather than dubious cure? If this course of action has been taken without success then we have no recourse but to repeal the abortion laws. However, we must be prepared to accept the moral prob- ems and the unknown social manifestations such action will surely bring. Itop-Smoking Course May 19 The first educational course on smoking and health, spoii- ored by the Lethbridge divi- on of the Canadian Cancer Sc- ety, will be held May 19 at 8 m. in the Canadian Western atural Gas Co. Ltd. auditori- um. The course is aimed at peo- e who want to quit smoking, special film wfll be shown nd group therapy will follow, id Cecil Gordon, president of the Lethbridge branch of the CCS. A mail-in registration form for those interested was print- ed in the April 18 and April 25 editions of The Herald. The CCS has about 30 appli- cants registered and has room for about 20 more. Anyone in- terested in attending the course is asked to contact the CCS in Lethbridge at 409, Canada Trust Bldg. or phone 327-5452. ANNOUNCING SUMMER HOURS COMMENCING MAY 4th Monday to Friday a.m. to p.m. CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAY RELIANCE AGENCIES 822-3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-1116 Mr. Bullied or Mr. Hembroff always available for emergency requirements HOME FOR SALE 1330 iq. ft., 3 Bedroom; IVi Balhl; Family Room; Attached Garage. Fully landscaped, wall-to-wall in living room; hall and Master Bedroom. Golden Ash cupboards. Shown by Appointment only Phone 328-4764 CBC Crew Tapes 'Hostage9 Scenes A crew of 10 from CBC-TV n Toronto spent more than our hours Friday night taping; egments of The Hostage for nclusion in a one-hour special in late May on the Dominion Drama Festival. The crew, headed by prducer BUI Bolt, also visited Valley Feeders and the Lethbridge School Patrol Awards Made Monty Wells, a Grade 8 stu- dent at Westminster School, in Lethbridge, and Tom Hanson, a Grade 8 student at the Clares- holm Junior High School, were iwarded the top prize of a trip Ottawa at the presentation of school patrol awards held aturday at the Paramount heatre. Mr. Wells was, chosen as the jatrolman of the year for the ily and was given the Calvin iyam Memorial Trophy, Mr. Hanson was the top patrolman f the year- from the Leth- jridge district. They will be among 14 shi- ents from Alberta attending be school patrol jamboree in Ottawa beginning May 14, spon- ored by the Canadian Auto- mobile Association. Other patrolman of the year awards were won by Walter Armsworth of Oardstan, Di- anna Schaunte of Pinchef Creek and Louise Beekman, Cindy Okart and Allen Van Dyk, aH of Coaldale. Assumption School won the City Police trophy. The Al- berta Motor Association trophy for the outstanding patrol of the year went to Immanuel Christian School. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC SUITE 8-304 5th SI. S. Above National Stare Phone 327-7244 lelhbridge ROSS HO5AK, C.D.M. Brewery Gardens, and took shots of the exterior of the Yates Memorial Centre. The Lethbridge segment Is expected to last three minutes. The show will comprise cover- age of the actual DDF proceed- ings, plus shots of the six en- tries and their home locales. The festival runs May 18-23 in Winnipeg. The Hostage, win- ning western-zone production by Playgoers of Lethbridge, will lead off the DIM May 18. The Hostage taping, at the Yates, went into the wee hours of the morning, following the conclusion of the day's events In the Lethbridge and District Kiwanis Music Festival. The crew, which travels with one videotape color camera, employed movie filming tech- niques, which demanded nu- merous re-takes to provide variety of camera angles.' The DDF program is sched- uled for network showing May 27 at 9 p.m., although Leth- bridge viewers are not expect- ed to see it then. CJLH, the local CBC affiliate, has made previous plans for that hour. The station will tape the program and show it locally May 30 at 9 p.m. HEINITZ PRINTERS STATIONERS LTD. 324 9th SI. S. Phone 328-1778 FOR YOUR COMPLETE WEDDING REQUIREMENTS Invitation! 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