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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta lETIIORIDGE HEKAID _ Friilciy. Mny 5, 1977 io roiiimmiirjilc te Fly .ll'DE TI'IIIC llcnilil Sliill Hiiii-r Baba Key her work wilh Ihe Love Movcmcnl lln-ee Ufa. Born in lluimary. moved from Ihcre lollowing Ihe second World War, and wenl lo live in Texas. She was involved in many' community activities, and eu- lered Ihe movement to lecl'.n-e. conduct workshops, and lo heal wilh the help of music During her lecture last eve- ning at ihe El Uancho M n I o r Hotel, Mrs. Key spoke oi man and Ihe universe, and the in-; volvenicnl oi his body and his intellect lo [onu a whole, com- plete and fullillcd person on Ihis eanii. Slic her l-dk by .-ay- ir.5 any o1' ideas which were presented did nol "sit well with you. don'l throw oul. Build an imaginary shelf, and store them there in case, at anc'.her lime, you want 1-) take them down, and exam- ine them agaia." Key explained her talk would centre around the uni- versal symbol for man, pic-. lured wilh a halo effect, con- rcclcd to his head wilh a drawn line. The symbol of llic halo, "is the symbol of your intelligent she "and is con- nected to Ihe body by Ihe sil- ver cord.'' which joins Ihe body at Ihe lop of Ihe bead. "The bible talks of Ihe silver said Mrs. Key, and many religions believe the connection is slro'.igvT if Ihe head is. shaved. She said the intelligent part cf I'.ie boJy is ihe energy v ni-'h holds the physical part of Ihe bod> "Scientific she said, "calls this thai which always was, and will be and cannot be destroyed The religious man refers lo Uiis energy as a "soul that is eternal." J Doth speak nf the same thing, only in diffcrcnl terms, she said. Mrs. Key explained lliat this euelgy is measurable in [In- form of 1 i V. h I, ami ir, said to have four walls it is also mea- surable ill heal form, in ther- mal units. She said il is depicl- cd m Ihe form of a halo, or an aura around a person, and is visible lo In Ihe formation of Ihe hu- man being, Mrs. Key said Ibis life tbe and guidance of other soul cr. rgirs, lo lake oa n physical body The purpose of this, she said, is lo use Ihe physical as an "anchor for Ihe world's schoolroom. The inlcllectual energy [lien, plans Die lessons of [be planel earth, which it will try lo mas- ter, in the world we know. Mrs. Key explained the dc- vclcpmcnf of Ihe intellect a.- having a two-fold nature. "The religious man calls il Ihe. head and [he she 'said, .scifiililic; num. lliu of us ran imiulil all [our conscious anil UK: unconscious' mind, and we and feeling." call il inlcllecl is Ihe mam gift work out of il." anil k'iirn In The person who is well dc- "Dca'l umicr estimate y o n r abililv lo change, lo In1 posi an iinderslanding of himself, of live and happy others and his purpose in lira! Key will hold anolhci world, is one who "moves with I and workshop al II p.m. (he balance" of Ihese two na- HH, Kiincho Motor lures, she said. Hotel and will deal willi slcus A person wilh "an inlcrprcln- which all pei-sor1; can use in lion for every feeling and a feel- j learning lo unfold their gift ing for every interpretation, will and llieniselvcs. have self understanding and The Love Movement was I n self she said. gun in by Krancisco Coll Airs Key said thai in bolh president of the American i the scientific and Hie religious! Leadership College, aspects, there is a positive, a! Il ls clarify llic ncgalne. and Ihe equivalent in m-vsllc teachings of Christ and the Christ-like and sin Mm' spiritual Icachei Together Ihese develop what is called society, and lo "grow 'm consciousness, you must un- yourself.'' she M'.id. "Until you do. you will never know who you are. and where you are goinp." she said. and is not affiliated any one organization or re'n'iun. Almost like home is... kiioir -it-hat lime be cawc. home. VANGOLA ttTl Par- Mrs. Key wcnl on lo explain cnls cf some children receiving the existence of a team of high j short-term treatment at Chil- souls which all persons have, droll's Hospital will soon be able and which acl as "guides and lo live with Ihcir youngslcis helpers.'1 Under a pilot project, as many "These high souls arc known as many I h i n g she said, as eight children ,-incl one paron each will be able lo slay Lo "messengers of God, guardian gctlicr for up lo Ihrcc days in angels, archlypcs, holy ones. apartment-like unils. A hospital their help, we choose spokesman said llic project is what we will accomplish on' an altcmpt lo case Ihc anxicly Q to profess S- SOT NEW FROM IONDON A pierrol note was slruck by Claire, 5Ren here wearing an unusual new design from i Mary Quanl's latest colleclion launched in London Wed- nesday. of young children after undergo- ing minor surgery. carlli. All we need lo learn is i how (o communicate with our own leani (of high She said dial il is possible lo I "live organized, enthusiastic, j aclive and aware lives if we j PARIS (AP) A civil Iri- -sn ana out oj- town are sensitive" to connnunica- 1 lion with our learn. Mrs. Key explained lhal lliere bunal r c j e c I c d singer Leo Ferre's bid for a divorce from his -13-year-old wife. IL said he are, two other types of souls, or j was guilty of "serious rudo- souMcains. j ness" when he announced ho i'Mrs. Percy Murdoch Mrs II. Those persons who lived con- Those modelling gowns of! Hcah Jensen of Raymond and yeslcr-year at the Golden Re- flections senior citizens fashion show will be, Mrs. Dave Rodin, By LIBI1Y COUNOCK Ul Hopefully. Ihe prcstr.l storm of acitivily at T.CI will break. The final flourish cf school year activities has swept up the tion. and (he musical produc- tion ol Bye. Birdie. Anticipating their term next, year's Students' Council is 3 new five-member executive who had quite a battle lo get there Despite, the supposed apathy in the school, the elections Ihis year incurred a great deal of campaigning. All positions on Die Council had to he filled by elcclion. not reclamation, as has been com- mon in past years. It's a pood start, signifying, pel haps, a very spirited stu- dent body. And while CCHS is having its graduation [bis weekend. LCI has still another week to wait 'lil May 12th.: Beginning al p.m. on Fri-1 day, with Ihe Graduation Ban- quet, oir grnds will throughtuhy lo evaluate their i past years in high school, the I dreams shr.tlercd or fuHilled, or nol vet bcinin. Bui this nostalgia does nol linger long as they dance or it away throughout Ibo Graduation The survivors of this extra- vaganza will meet at a.m. Saturday morning for breakfast in the school cafeteria. They must first endure an- other hectic week of dance les sons and decorating prepara-: lions, however. Amidst this, though, the crads slill have thoughts of the less fortunate in Ihc world they arc about lo face. For (he first lime, a Grad Chanty Fund has been organized. Its purpose is to raise enough nioney lo adopt a child, thus obligating future LCI Grade lo do lha same. But. we're hardly ready to sellle dovvu lo exams yd! Im- mediately following Giaduation' is Bye, Bye Birdie, a musical produced by Mrs. T. Mclling. on May 16th (students' night! J to May 13th. The 200 studenls involved (in- cluding Ihe casl of 40) have worked vigorously, and cerlain- ly deserve your support. In closing, I wish all graduat- ing students the best of luck in their futures. fused lives, and continue lo be attached lo earthly Ilioughls, (losscss ions, continue to be "confused souls" and become the team of persons such as they were themselves. Others, arc souls in one of .seven levels, or a limbo, "who were people with no clear com- mitments, were wishy-washy, and tried lo lie good wives, husbands, she said. She continued with an explan- ation of Ihe four gifts which are present in all persons, and the ways in which these can be best utilized for the best life. "Each one of us has one main gift we operate out she said, "and only partially oul of others." She listed the gifts as proph- ecy, inluilion, vision and feel- ing. Mrs. Key said that all of negative qualities, and all per- sons can recognize another per- son wilh them. "All are unique and different." she said, "and all of these types can drop their neg- ate e qualities." She explained many advan-! lage; and disadvantages of the; four gifts and (he personal- ilies and capabilities of Ihose who work through them. In conclusion, she said, "all girls. announced lo go out wilh young II. Bartram, Mrs. A. E. Palm- cr, Mrs. Kay Vaselenak, Mrs. orial Ccnlrc. Mrs. Marie Morris of Purple Springs. The dresses range in age from 5G lo years. IL will lie prcscnlwl on Sunday al p.m. at the Yalcs Mcm- Dy MAURF.EN JAJIIESON Kiimily Kllilov 'Normal" is actually unreal, according to Dr. II. R. Mcinl- zer. II is a Rcncral lerm coin- ed lo refer to groups of people. During a recent seminar on nutrilion. Dr. Mcinlzcr, profes- sor of chemistry al Lhc Uni- uisily nf Lclhhridge. reviewed I IL works of Dr. Roherl Wil- h i us, rcnowed American bio- chemisl. There arc average human he said, bill "sex, gen- etic, mental capabilities vary widely. arc net all bnrn as capabilities and family op- porlunilies vary. 'About human charac- teristics he said, "giving identical twins a chance of similar, hill never inden- tical. "Even lliough socicly may provide equal opportunities, it can never provide equality. "Weight ot Iriman brain, liver, heart, adrenal glands and over vital parts vary at Iho same age by as much as 90 per cent. "If the blood vessels leeding your brain arc small, you need more nulrienls lo prevent early scnilily. If your heart muscles are lavishly fed by enough blood vessels with oxygen and food nutrients, your heart will he healthy in old age. "Recommended dielary al- said Dr. Meinlzer were "originally intended only as n [juide in feeding large pop- ulation and "may bo wrong lor you. "By talcing vitamin C in large he explained, "Persons can prevenl com- mon cold; others cannot. Nia- cin may prevent schizophrenia in sonic children, and not in others. are individuals. "Our need is for more edu- cation lor the public, more money for rCKcarch, more med- ical nulrilionisls, and a heller integralion of (health) ser- he said. Dr. a nulrition-bio- chemist, has already research- ed interaction of vitamins and hormones, and is widely pub- lished. During the summer of 1972, he plans lo research phololoxis dermalilis, a hercdiatry disease which afflicts many of our na- tive people. "ITCHING TORMENT I suffrrctl until 1 found a viiiqut medication and 'jol joyful Tclicf." Sufferers or vaginal llch, reclal Itch; underarm llcli. rash, scales, eczema rcpnrL a proven formulation called HICOZnXK stops Itrhlnp ?Rony fast. TJils iiiiiTiic crpme medication Ilghls hactcrln, relieves slinging ,nntl It pen My soothos lender. Inflfimcd tissue. Jn. seconds natural hoallnp starts P.S tlie naRE'nff ui'KC In siTatch slupK. So faj relief, EC tBlCOZE.NEatyourdruggllU len local ka -V CGfjIlMG EVENTS ft MENTAt HEAITH FASHION SHOW SUN., MAY 7 P.M. YATES NlEfACRIAt PLAYGOERS A MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM THUHS., FRI., SAT. MAY 11, 12, 13 YATES MEMORIAt CENTRE t.C.I PRESENIS BYE, BYE BIRDIE MAY 17, 18 19 7'30 PM. YATES MEMORIAt CENTRE IRISH ROVERS SUM., MAY 21 AND P.M. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE CLEARANCE SALE HI-FI AND TAPE EQUIPMENT MICROPHONES O TURNTABIES SPEAKERS t ACCESSORIES tic CtEARING AT to 30% DISCOUNTS AND MORE SHOP EARLY AND SAVE! LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BLDG., LETMBRIDGE 'nncnuifji Oddfellows, Uebekahs a nd Tlicla Rho girls are requested to meet at St. Augustine's Church on Sunday at a.m. I J for a church parade. MeKillop Hlh Lethbridge Cub and Scout family lea and bake sale will be held from 2-5 p.m. on Saturday May 13, in Ihc church hall The Minus One Club will hold a hard limes dance in Ihc Polish Hull cm Balm-day from 1 p.m. Music by the Dridge- lown Trio. Members and guests welcome. SouthmiuMcr Circle Square Dance Club will hold the regu- lar dance on Saturday al p.m. in Kotilhininsler Hall. All square dancers welcome. Wo- men are asked lo please bring a box lunch. St. AuaiifMnc s Church ACW will hold iheir nnnurd spring' lea from 2-ii p.m. Saturday. The Evening Group and Parish Guild will take charge of the lea tables and kitchen. Carse-' Kversou section will manage the hake lable, and llic Myrllc Group Ihe novelty (able. Mrs. II. Doe will he in charge of the door prize. 'the Ogilon I'nil of Southmin- sh-r will hold a rummnpo sale in Ihe church n SI. ,S. cnlrance, nl il a.m. on Sat- urday. There uii! he n spring lea and hake sale al the Salvalion Army Ciladel, -llh Avc. S., on SnllU'day from p.m. in ,-iid nf UK- hospital and shul-1 in work. Mrs. Vinla Arkmslall L- tin1 tea cunvcmn' and v ill bo av-is'i'd by members oi Ihu League of Mercy. J Unlessi yoy stppitQ think 'about it, cutting a bliried tele- Q serious matter. But it is. life-line for someone. lets people live. -ybju; use fire department. .control-.1 Look foe- buried cable markers before site. Th'en call us. We'll send locate .and mark every inch. At no cost to yodfAhd get there as test as he can. we important jt'is that Please help us. ;_ DIAL Q'r> AND ASK FOR ZENITH 07128 (to) I free, of course) ;