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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 10-THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD Saturday, Oetobw 12, Wee College offers Bible Theologian, lawyer clash over euthanasia A Bible kindergarten for children four and five years old has started a fresh season in Southern Alberta. Commenced here five years ago at Lethbridge Pentecostal Tabernacle, the Wee College program has also operated for one year at Coaldale. Children from a variety of backgrounds are welcome to attend, reports Lethbridge director Mary Villebrun. "Last year we had children from Alliance, Mormon, Catholic, Jesus. People and United backgrounds as well as from homes with no religious affiliation. Rev. Albert Baldeo thinks the branch work in Coaldale is a tremendous out- reach for children. We say four and five year olds, but they corne aged three and a Mrs. Villebrun said. Repetition is an important key to learning, Mrs. Villebrun suggests. Wee College uses colored charts, puppets, flannelgraphs, songs and Bible memory work in its program. In addition to individual scripture verses, youngsters memorize the Lord's prayer, the 23rd Psalm, the Ten Com- mandments and other passages. Christian doctrines pertaining to the Trinity, man and- sin, the life of Christ, crucifixion, resurrection, the second coming, baptism of the Holy Spirit, healing and heaven are also taught, Mrs. Villebrun said. Lethbridge classes are con- ducted on Thursday between a.m. and 1 a.m. Coaldale meetings commence a.m. Wednesday in the Mennonite Brethren Chapel. CAREERS STORE MANAGEMENT TRAINEES Management Opportunities and a Challenging Career with EATON'S The T. Eaton Company's Home Furnishing Stores are seeking candidates to commence on a 12-13 month training program, that will lead to a Store Manager's position. THE JOB Responsible for controlling the sales activity, planning, merchandising and store presentation under the supervision of the Store Manager, THE CANDIDATES Will have demonstrated supervisory abilities with up to 3 years work experience. Retail experience would be an asset. WE OFFER Opportunity for career advancement based on merit, competitive salaries and a wide range of employee benefits. Send complete resume to: Personnel MaiMQer Eaton's Western Catalogue Personnel Department 234 Donald Street Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 1M8. EDMONTON (CP) A theologian and a lawyer took opposing views on induced death euthanasia recent- ly at a symposium held by the Roman Catholic Hospital Association of Canada. Dr. Daniel Maguire of Milwaukee, Wise., theology professor at Marquette University and author of the book Death By Choice, said at certain times "it is moral and Unitarian Committee eyes need The Unitarian Service Com- mittee is proof that a "small agency" has a unique place in today's impersonal world. Over the years, the USC's "personal touch" has been deftly applied to many places and in many ways. A Vietnamese farmer-priest has been able to clear his land and grow vegetables to sup- port the children of two orphanages; in Saigon in a home for young polio victims the handicapped are being trained to make their own shoes and braces; in Korea orphan children are looked after and learning to be self- supporting; in Southern Africa the USC is sponsoring leadership training for village mothers, who can return home and help others. The "personal touch" becomes possible through a yearly survey by Dr. Lotta Hitschmanova, the USC's ex- ecutive director, joined this year in' Korea by Dr. Gordon- Merrill. should be legal to take- positive action to induce death" for terminally ill patients. But, Dr. Morris Schumiatcher of Regina, a lawyer and national chairman of the civil liberties section of the Canadian Bar Association, said "good death is a new, phrase for murder." Dr. Maguire said euthanasia is an acceptable end to life when the minimal conditions for human living are gone, particularly as medical science increases the ability to allow patients to linger near "death. Dr. Schumiatcher replied that euthanasia is an inhumane way out of social and economic problems that creates more problems that it cures. "Euthanasia creates problems of conscience and faith from an attitude that life can be manipulated and death conjured up will." A doctor has no more right to sacrifice 'a patient by deviating from his obligation to heal than a lawyer has the right to foresake a client for some greater social issue. "A physician is a healer, he is not ever to be regarded as a high Dr. Schumiatcher said. His argument that increas- ing the doctors' role in death would lead to a demise in the healing role was rejected by Dr. Maguire. He said opening the door to euthanasia will not necessari- ly lead 'to all the excesses found in the system in Nazi Germany. Dr. Maguire said the Nazis also abused medical research but that, in spite some abuses even now, such j research has not been banned. Medical science has increasingly taken the deci- sion for death away from the body, Dr. -Maguire .added. Pneumonia, which used to be known as the "old man's friend" now, is controlled and the dying man has lost his way out. "Could we not be as much of a friend as the Dr. Schumiatcher said it was hard enough for people to make decisions about their own lives without having to decide for other people. He argued that before one man can kill another, the vic- tim must be dehumanized in this case by saying he has deteriorated to the state of a vegetable. This would send society on the road to destruc- tion. Dr. Maguire maintained that possible abuse did not mean that euthanasia could not be used reasonably. He suggested, later in an interview, that current "archaic" legislation should be changed to allow people to outline the conditions under which they would not wish to continue living. It is the responsibility of the individual, who best knows his own situation, to choose to die and the choice is a moral one, not a medical one, Dr. Maguire said. CAREERS REPRESENTATIVE UNION OIL COMPANY OF CANADA LTD. Requires a qualified Rep- resentative for Northern Alberta and British Columbia. The successful applicant will be headquartered in Edmonton. This career 'opportunity will appeal to applicants with related petroleum marketing experience. Salary commensurate with experience and education. Please reply in writing providing a complete personal resume and salary expectations to: A. D. Dexter, Supervisor Employee Relations Department Union Oil Company of Canada Limited 335 8th Avenue S. W. Calgary, Alberta T2P 2K6 BLOCK THE Sunday Crossword (formerly the New York Herald Tribune Oraammnll Edited by Robert B. Gfflespie Crossword 1 Kind of song 6 Rugged rocks 11 Antelope 16 Boor 21 Corroded 22 Blacken name 23 MissO'Grady 24 Asian capita) 25 Crimea event; utility rate? 29 Possesses 30 "Bus Stop" playwright 31 Rams dams 32 Capital of Osferreich 33 Conducted 34 Blackbirds 35 Wounded 36 Chirp 39 Spotted 42 Predicament 43 Thrashes 44 Glacial ridges 48 Regions HEADLINES OF THE PAST ByHerbL. Risteen ACROSS 49 Sandwich at .the desk 50 Machine parts 51 Harsh 53 Overlook 54 Oriental ship 55 Vagrant 56 Elbow covers 57 Carriage 58 Amusing Alan 59 He went to town 60 Repast 61 Direction 62 Game sections 64 Raid 65 Saps 66 Actress Grey 67 Stabs 68 Woo 69 Had origin 70 Painful swelling 71 are chosen 72 The O'Leary Caper 74 Unknown defendant 75 Kind of paw 77 Pirate hero 78 Is esteemed 79 Large felines 81 Prayer 82 Courage 83 Nero or Piper 84 Expels 86 Olivier title 87 Poker stake 88 Garson 89 Lose force 90 Dam 91 Lloyd, Teen and Wilson 93-Cafe workers 94 Walden 95 Birdcall 96 Makes up for 97 Gold-bricks 98 Gloom 99 Thin rock 100 Withered 101 Shackles 102 Loving 103 Boxer's blood 104 Summaries 107 Rabbit 108 Stuck his out 109 World power 112 Kind of magazines 113 Voiceless speech sound 114 Pluck 115 Trouble 118 John's big- hearted act 174 Digital Computer Roman rooms 126 Seamstress hero Howe 127 American redmen 128 Origins 129 Domain 130 Hollows 131 Builds DOWN 1 Carnegie 2 Horselaugh 3 Greek letters 4 Malde- 5 Fire vehicles 6 Heavy shoes 7 Abundant 8 German composer 9 Hades 10 Twisted 11 Discord goddess 12 Record 13 Bat wood 14 Simpletons 15 C.PA. 16 fabric 17 Aged woman 18 Single 19 Was earned 20 Perjured 26 Oklahoma city 27 Singer Peggy 28 Soak, as flax 34 Smell 35 Twist 36 Workgroups 37 Twist out of shape 38 Be footloose 39 NewZealarater 40 Preparing for war 41 Robespierre's frightening deluge? 42 Stopper 43 Frothy 45 When an Europe fought the itch? 46 Spheres of conflict 47 Fed indig- nation at 49 Casks 50 Plato. Aristotle andOnassis? 51 Satisfy 52 Electric- 54 Dances 55 -T firma 56 Be aware of 58 Recognized 59 "lima la 60 Xolmesian tracts 63 Angers 64 Impose by fraud 65 Colonial newscaster 68 Task 69 "-theBan Is Over..." 70 Italian lake 72 Paint layers 73 Titus or Warren 74 Trick 75 Wool fabrics 76 Fry 77 Repairs 79 Remain undecided WAddson's colleague 82 Martyr of 1776 83 Supports 84 Cold and damp 85 Honeyed 88 Merchandise Diagramless 1 Gone by; in the past 4 Assist 7TigMy closed 10 Brass mstnlinenl 13 Caressed 14 Associates 16 Cornel or Oscar 17 -I S 19 by Anne Comply Free Goddess of 18 Bring that which a brought Everyone 20 Haw's 21 Fan of Puts Uncommon 22 Have a Mr.Unk- 24 Care Goddess- 25 28 Anttered 29 Read Slope fin 7 92 Unique thing 93 Volcano 94Smai 8 ConduSKXi 9 Fruit wifm 10 Underground 95 Word of comparison 97 Fruit dish SB 102 Fashioned KBStyfsh 105 Heroic 11 Crude 12 Very: Fr. 13 Penalty 14 Joey 15 Convened 99 Side along 101 Sofian 16 Unturned 19 Hold onto 20 Cue 23 Geometric figure 25 Red horse 26 Melody 27 Relate- 28 -and feathers 106 -Vatoy 107 Pool need 108 Stupid 109 Patron 110 Chinese: comb, form 111 Exchange premium 113 Counterfeit. 114 Insect 115 Diva's forte 116 Roman road 117 Schoolgirl. 119 Turner 120 Brother 121 Sesame 122 Strong drink 123 Have being 42 Vocal sound 43 Nothing 44 "Superior" 30 Acquires 31 Discharge 32 Capri or Man 33 Orderly 46 Mss Adams 34 Record 46 Honeymakers 35 Rang out 47 Saloon 39 Poss. pronoun counter 41 Flat-bottomed 48 Sand ha boat SO Always 52 Bright October- 53 Central 55 Actor Waflach 56 Cover 57 James Bond's 58 Corporal. maybe: abbr. 59210 CKYPTOGftAM8 anna aornrja aaaaoia SOLUTIONS OF LAST WEEK'S PUZZLES aaaa troaaa aumaa aauoua Ennamal EIOEID QQCID UIJUU idBHturfniH finaffn naiia aaaaiH BSD GIBBB BDDBEJ QQCItiD nnnnnn inRon} non [finnan anna DftfiO HETEfB noraon oonnnre BBCIGJQ LUVVN BWOOML ADNA TW EDN EDI1N EDN MI EDIN UY VTW EWIIN EMYVT MB EDN. 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Preference will be given to applicants with the following qualifications: demonstrated ability in the fund development field; wide range of personal contacts in Alberta and beyond. Written applications should be submitted to: Office of the President The University of Lethbridge 4401 University Drive Lethbridge, Alberta T1K 3M4 ;