Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY, APRIL 15, 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE ELEVEM St Services Class Of Japanese Confirmed By Christians O.Ragg e and history making, services s-ere beid at St. Augustin's I church during the weekend. They! marked a significant forward step" in the Anglican Church Advance- ment caovemeni now in progress across Canada. Confirmation of Japanese residents of southern Al- berta, as well as confirmation of the larges: class of parish candi- dates in the history of the church here fceid. Bjsnop H. R. Rags of Calgary officiated at the services acd was also preacher on Palm Suncav morning when the large congregation taxed the- capacity of the church. Jaoacese and English voices join- ed whole-heanedlv in the Service of Confirmation for 13 Japanese candidates Saturday afternoon with the Rev. A. G. Nakayarna of Coal- dale acting as interpreter whea oc- casion necessitated. He had pre- pared and presented the candi- dates. Bishop Hagg. officiating, said Uie service was unique in the history of the diocese and expressed appre- ciation to members of Si. Augus- tin's for joining m the service, stating that, is was deeply signifi- cant, in the annals of Christianity. He told the candidates that the service was licked with the con- of St. Peter and St. John in approximately the year 30 and handed down through the centur- ies. The effect is the same today, giving strength to those who re- ceive !t to resist evil and do good, te said. Following the service tne bishop baptised five Japanese children. Saturday evening, a class of 70 candidates of the parish were con- firmed by Bishop Ragg. The bish- stressed the appeal of the An- eiicaa church. He said it is not a man-made church but the church of Christ founded oa the Bible. -Aibena nistory books do not tea the truth about the Ragg declared, and toM that been properly organized the Year 314. After the the British church and the------ of Rome were in communion until the Reformation. The latter churca. he said, introduced doctrine which was not proved in the Bioleand it then the Church of England broke off communion with the, Church of Rome. He the fundamentals of the Anglican church as: love for cependance she Bible and freedom. He com- i mended the candidates to carry this heritage and stay ciose to Goa KRS. W. MacGREGOR IS LAID TO REST Impressive tribute was paid to the late Mrs. Margaret Calder Mac- Gregor, teite of William MacGregor, formerly of Lethbridge, at funeral services" held Saturday afternoon at j Si. Andrew's Presbyterian church bere Rev. E. L. GarviE officiating. A large gathering of friends and a beautiful display of Bowers attested to the popularity of the deceased. Members of the Domicion Rebe- kah lodge present and took charge of the graveside obsequies. _---------- were: J. Easton, A. Martin Eros, funeral ar directors, were in charge of arrarige- mesis. In Police Court the bv never 'negleciing" to read Bible, prayer and communion. Taking Calvary as the central poins in Christian history. Bishop preached- the Palm Sunoay lermontp the large ..congregation asking them to spirituality through self-denial and self-con- troL It Is needed_more today than more motorists appeareu tie- fore Magistrate Ben Metcalfe in city police court on Monday morning and were convicted of faiung to bring their machines to a full step at -stop streets." Each of the fol- lowing were assessed and costs: Steve Herman, of Lethbridge; Gee. S Saito of Coaldale; Gwen Savers of Calgary; and Carl Mertz of Stir- ling. troL It is neec.ec more iwja.v Howard A. McLeod paid S3 and bread, he said. Christ crucified is CJSts for parking a gasoline truck not Jesus In trouble but Is God in utside lhe area provided, while P. action. The cross is the acting out of God's love in human history. Loftv sentiments cost nothing and are "worth just what they cost. National redemption can come omy through the individual. This com- iag week ts offered for individual self-examination, the bishop said and urged the people to examine then- thoughts aad actions and to take them to Christ on the cross for redemption and salvation. utside the area provided, while P. Addhesd contributed and osts for improper possession of quor. TO COAST MEETINGS A. E. Dupen left the city by T.C.A- undaj- for Vancouver where he will ttend the annual meeting of Hotels j Associatio'n of "Western Canada onj 15 and 16 and the Hotel As- of Canada meeting April j 7 and 18." Honker the Faithful The sweercess of a sound you'll find Not in the ear bus in the mind. the Beaver. cried Paddy the Beaver. Mrs. Paddy listened. She heard nothing but the sound of rushing water coming down Laughing Brook and the splash of it spilling over the dam. said she, "What, am I supposed to be listen- f ing repeated Paddy. She heard K this time. "Honk, ker-honk, ker-honk, onk, onk, ker- honk." The sound tvas faint because coming from far axraiy, but there was no mistaking if.. sir, there no mistaking that sound. There is none other like it. airs. Paddy drew a long breath. "I hear she said. "Do you know of any sweeter sound than the voice of Paddv chuckled. "I wonder how Mistress Spring would like hear- ing you call that her cud her "Well, if It isn't really her voice it-Js enough to be. She would" know -what I said Mrs. Paddy still listening. The sound was louder now, "Honk, ker-honk, onk. onk, ker-honk." Paddy chuckled again. "Did you sav he asked. "I said sweet. Tou may know of s. sweeter sound, but I re- torted llrs. Paddy. She spoke a bit sharply. "Eight, my dear. Quite right. judging it by what It means rather than by ear. Then it is just about the sweetest sound we wisn to hear, for when we hear good old Honker the Goose and his flock we know that Mistress Spring is with them or close behind them. I wonder if they -will stop here to- replied'Paddy." "Of course they They are beginning to come down de- clared Mrs. Paddy. "Can you see asked Paddy. "No, but I can hear re- plied airs. Paddy. "If you couldn't there would be something wrong, very wrong, with your said Paddy. "Gra clous, what a "They are tired. They have flown a long distance today- Yes. sir, they are very, very tired. I iruess thev will be glad to get said Mrs. Paddy, paying no attention to Paddy's remark. CJOC Daily Programs 1000 KCS. MONDAY, APKtt 15. O'clock Favorites. and the Pirates. and Local News. Serenade. of Music. to Evening. Patterns. Theatre. News. Cavalcade. House, News. Music. to You. Program. Orchestra. OFF. j TUESDAY, APRIL 16 Upper Club. Club. Moments. News. Report and Morning Melodies. SJoments. of Life. in the WiMwood- Wife, Lanton. Crwtal Calendar. Sister. Neighbor. Mood. Happy Gasg. To 3e. Lounge, A L C Show. News. Time Novelties. Woman of America. Perkms- Young. Romances, Review. wyn Hobbes. for Milacii. Program. Five, Roand-tJp. psf on SLOAN'S LINIMENT FOR FASTER RELIEF "Cnk, replied the big bird in a subdued tone "You seem to know a lot about them even having seen said Paddy. Ee was teasing Mrs. Paddy. She took no notice of this. "They be here any minute sale she. "Lookl There they are now! she cned. Sure enough, out of distant darkness a flying wedge of big hjrds, black against the faint glow in the early evening sky, appeared. Thai they saw the little pond the excitement in their voices left no doubt. The honking became gabbling as the great birds circlec above the water once, twice anc a third time. "There is faithful old Honker in the lead and he isn't taking an> chances even though he musl know that there is no danger in this pond of ours. He is making sure. He led the members of his flock all the long way to the Sunny South and all the long way back- No wonder he's callec Old Faithful by those who follow him." said Paddy. Where the Black Shadows had gathered over one end of the pone a succession of light splashes sounded, then a happy gabbling of many tongues broke out. A few minutes later Eonker himself swam over to the house of the Beavers. "Welcome back, old cried Paddy. "Onk. replied the big bird in a subdued tone. "It is good to be back. Yes, sir. K is good to be back." (Copyright, 946, by T. W. Burgess) The next story: "Way lira Honker Fred Brestler Dies at Cardston CARDSTON. (HNS) Fred Brestler, died late Saturday af temoon at the Cardston hospita after an illness of four months. Borr in Germany he came to North America when he was 16 years o age settling in Chicago. Bar in the century he settled at Spring Coulee, where he farmed, and late ia the Kamball distncu Mr. Brestler "s first wife passei away II years ago. He re-mame; and his widow survives, also ihre children: Mrs. Betty Johnston o Ventura, Iowa: Frank of Chicago and Donald, now at Calgary. brother, George died four month ago_. Another brother. Harry, lives s; Tuesday at 2 pjn. from the Card ston United church. TUfLIXE RETIRING It was learned in the city Men day that M. J. Tmlirfc. supennten dent 01 the Brandon Espenmer.ta station, has been granted si months, retiring leave. At the en of that period he will retire on su perarinuation. R. M. Hopper been acting superintendent. Firestone Dealers Attend Meet Here A highly successful spring confer- eace was held at the Marquis hotel! Friday night by district dealers of i the Firestone Tire and "Rubber Co- limited. i Fraser Jaadeson. Firestone dis-1 trier manager, presided as the meet- ing and extended a welcome to the j SO dealers present. A group oij executives from the head office of j the company was introduced to thej meeting by Mr. Jataieson. Firestone's contribution So ihe war effort and the tremendous eevelop-j scent of synthetic rubber were fully j reviewed and in analyzing the com- i pany's policy 12 regard u> fiea'ws. j it was pointed O'jrc that the new, complete Firestone post-war fran- J chise will place the independent ure dealer m an enviable posiUon zoj establish a profitable year round' I business and become a coznznuniiy j 1 shopping centre. i j It was announced that Firestone' dealers will have many new lines] t of merchandise which will enhance j their position in the years ahead, i Among the subjects discussed was" the already rapidly growing market for truck and tractor toes, and dealers were shown a complete pro- gram to assist them :o obtain their share of this important marker. Shown a; the meeting wai technicolor film covering the con- struction and the isses of Firestone products hi ihe home, on the farm and on the road. This film, espe- ciallv prepared for presentation to Firestone dealers, was an outstand- ing feature of the meeting. Another interesting Shu showing dealers how to moderrJze their stores in order to take fall advan- tage of the complete lir.e of home and auto supplies that will sSon oe. carried by Firestone dealers, was; also a feature of the conference, j At the conclusion of the confer- ence, a buffet supper was served and Seek Recruits For Air Force T force up 10 the needed the homes south of IQUi I received a preference tip ______________ ____ -with the additional service, bnaghij: total A ujs i aoiCSvlvJuaA to February 1 of this year, but postie strength to sixteen. that date recruiting was! i opened to young civilians. j Lethbridje Dates SASK. MEETS BOND I JSr.-Lt. J. P. Smith, recruiting: I "or No. 2 Air Cocucand I Headquarters, Winnipeg, Trill be mjchewan bone jEaiunsy of :fee city ci Monday and Tuesday, I was siet ja_ fuE -xxiay. tee second a concerted drive to obtain recruits j maturity of ivas mes. for the peace-tiaie air 'ores in this this M. a Air Vice-Marsha! K. it. Guthrie. air officer corrmar.diag No. 2 Air CoHiaaasd. bids 'bon voyage' to recruiting officer Fl: -Lt. J. Smith on Ills departure Jrora TVlsjupes -arMi a saall jsobile recruit- ing -which is toanEg Manitoba. Saskatchewan and Southern Aibena. Kt.-li. Smith. -who is seeisins recrasts for tbe 3.C-A-F. permanent force, Trill be in ifee city Moaday and Tuesday, acd imay be contacted at ii.e Marquis hotei. district. i' The recruiting officer is primar- j i jly interested in recruiting rausi- j j cians for the reorganized oand of No. 2 Air Command Noted ass one: of the SEXK bands in 'Western' Canada, it will offer a fine oppor- 5 I for acv musically Bunded I ssen between the ages of 13 i I acd 25. Smith wdl be ac- i I companies by the bandaster. Fit.- SSgt. H. S. Stack. i Information regarca-.g enlist- i men: in other air force ground. trades will be available and appli- cation forms wiU be provided for those interested. Snuth wiH rrsaice his headquarters in the ilarqius Hotel while in the city. NATURAL RELIEF FROM CONSTIPATION Uuudivei rfMtfut MMws Aiming at welding a modern, teraber 30. 1947. Tfceti the penna- po'srerful a.ir arm, the Roysl Ca- 1 neat force will be established. It nadian Air Fbrce is embarking on has been decided that, for all a big recruiting drive to enlist per- 1 practical purposes, the interim sonnel for the Dominion's interim s force a; that tiree will become air force. The interim force will the permanent regular air force. serve during the period up to Sep- i Those accepted for the Beware of that are hsrsii and gripicg. can't be Miilioas of people MOT take lemon juice and water according to national sarvey. This is nature's I way to get. noJansi reSef from eoo- st.pation and its kicdred ills sucb. as backaches, headaches, sick j stomach and tiredcsss. i First thing in the morning oa aa empty stomach take the juice of lemon in a glass of water. It stimu- lates normal bowel action dav after Persons in the residential sections And lecaoas tap other nealtfe- of the city received additional mail grow? quslities. Rica in narom O delivery services today. as to keep you from setting tired ami TWO MAIL DELIVERIES postal authorities got back oa their; help prevent Voids i pre-war delivery schedule. During help acid stomach. the war. and en account of the; jfafce tbis test! Try- leaon dealers coming other the head Bl NETHERLANDS FRANCE SOUTH AMERICA: These men not only pay rcrar rent... they snpply 1 otrt of every 3 jobs in Canada! Because of them, you are able to enjoy such luxuries as orange jaice for breakfast gasoline for your motor car bananas and cosmetics. Who are they? Canada's customers! And how do they pay your rent? Well, the aTcrage Canadian family spends one-fourth of its total income on rent. If you are making a week, you pay an average of S10 a week for rent. Official figures, compiled by the Department of Trade and Commerce show that out of every in the pay envelopes of EVERY Canadian, comes directly or indirectly from our Foreign Trade, So, out of your weekly, you can thank foreign trade for every is enough to pay your rent, and still leave some to buy clothes, Canada's Foreign Trade is not only bringing you vast benefits right is braiding future Canadian pros- perity. So, if you find a few things you want-are still in short supply, and you think perhaps too many are being that; those exports are building up foreign trade that will mean extra prosperity and security for you and every other Canadian year after year. And if you are employed in the manufacture or pro- duction of any kind of merchandise that can be sold abroad do your job so well that the goods you hare- made will be desired abore all others in. foreign markets. Remember., of every in your pocket'came from our Foreign Trade. Bigger mean more jobs better jobs more money for YOU. No matter whether you are employed in a store, factory, office or profession Canada's foreign tratis is vital to you! i cents of every you get ...comes from Canada's Trade Abroad SUPPORT CANADA'S TRADE ABROAD-AND IT Will HEIP SUPPORT YOU Foreign Trade Service of the Department of Trade and in Ottawa. This Service garhers up-to-the-minute infor- Commerce maintains 30 offices and a corps of experienced motion, provides a complete import and export service. Trade Commissioners abroad, and a staff of experts thus bringing far-away markers to front door. DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND COMMERCE, OTTAWA, CANADA HON. JAMES A. MxKINNON. MINISTEt M. W. MACKENZIE. DEPUTY MINKTEft JEWS PA PER I .FWSFAPFR!