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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta BACK PAGE THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD MONDAY, APRIL 15, 1946 SAXOPHONE IN CHURCH -r-r-r "Getting Religion" the Hard Way LEFT HAND CORNER (Continued from Front Page.) By JACK (Csnaoian Press Staff "Writer) 50 or so resizes he a taking s. leaf frora the stage aoteoook to> but insists there is accepted musical instrument for' "S-ierjthrag mas: haie s bessn-' church services ana critics prob-; The crmrer organ an aolr troald say a sermori cri a cur-! a" one time SCQ it's rens stage was Ov.t of order. accepted instrument. no: a ous tne congregauon of S- Peter s saxophone he reasons. Anglican charch cff 1 He has been trying for 17 jears are -gettiis reiigiort" to keep ois church cnc j ssy Anc they hke bel-ei es he's on the nsh: track. roiind'-facei Her. i If. hzs he hep- May, an icvetera'e on a D-E% isTh a tu_tabie cntic and actor, near of al, ilr composes sermcns me church on Great Wincrcd! arosind an scior to reaa street, can't find anvthrag :esson, or enacts scenes frora He ea-rjlsms there rcsis: t the slaj He snc j-ickec members be a -first for eyemhins- the congregation are the per- The parson, admits to i formers. citizens, attained me remarjiaole age ol 109 jears anc liiec in three separate centuries. Grancma. teihng the famil> about her csj in toa-n. -i met iiicn a ple-asaiii joung man in tne tram.' ine said. to giie me tne winner 01 the "Anc ne one askec "Oi course not. dear.' she repliec. "I haa to ntsf. tnat the chickens take up a-1 :ae gorcei. and -oeie no room jor a hjne. Prisoner of Japs Plans to Return As Missionary VANCOUVER. April 1 former prisoner of in Japan, is preparing to return once snore to a missionary. i He is Jacob De Shazer.! 33. a carS man of medium ixuld. An ex-staff sergeant with the Doolittie flyers, he explained a o_rect cali from the Lora changec ;his whole Bay of life I "In May. 1944. the Japs gate rae a sasc. "I read it rigm trsrciLsn. Mv first sign from Goc as when I read the prophets. 1, ;-A they hau supernatural Af :er participating 12 tbe raid in April. 1942, the arres'ea BEDRIDDEN VETERAN .i. Jf- -S. f TT JT Designs Carrier for Wheel-Chair Cases Shaser sajd fc a jear -A shKd. veteran 3-er whose plane crashed Firs' lea-.ing paralyzed for the last i se lef: the .Eiias, ana the ChurcG of Si. Stephen the Martyr. In fact, the Koli See does, not consider St. Peters to be a par: of the Vatican exeec: oii tne cajs when the Pope goes there to at- scme solemn ceremom. a Personal that tnere ihe uni- a sign f same >ri a stool in solitarr. he said." he for tnem. "Aren't neoale r "Yes. If ;.oj tell HALIFAX Aoril bedridden veteran of Great War mho has -tirce and energy ttr.seS happiness of other cbsaoleti veterans -aheelc. hss received a message of encour- tha: asemen: and financial assistance, taree '____ from Ottawa for his latest -rte earner would be ec-jlpoeo. special bus for cnpoled servicemen a ramp. 120 which the -veterans i confined to wheelchai-5. could Thecnairs! Ov" Orton Fe'.erocro Walter Callow worked out rro- posiuon in the DIJ; Ins Camo KiU hospital bed -he ce- i and the bus tails of a lag earner desisned to ac- dr-.Ce? could operate a release upon A-amm-- >ou cornrcodate 12 and reacmns the desnnauon. The Ottawa Suoerfluitv _ sn organization of appnyoniaielv Callows work, foura out de- Great War, out the details of a courage, :o most ceiicious of ail ho: breads, crisp, flak; and golden! brown osnsice, anc. invites Marion W. Fiexner j the Introduction to her mouth- r fn Acvllim A IWT i vr Eight Years, On Trial For Murder EDMONTON, April Hanr 41, former farmer af Two Hills, northeast of here, and an inmate of Pon- oka mental institute since 193S. wUl go on trial on. two charges of murder and two of attempted murder at June IT, Crown Prosecutor Guv Patter- son announced Saturday. Shire, now adjudged sane, will be charged with bealin; to death his seven-momh-old von, Raymond and a relative. Flor- ence seven: and with tails and sent a cheoue for S500 "to ed form by tne government in 19-rf. assist a little in ot your plans." The case of one veteran at tne rnsTi they had oeen receiving military hospital was cited oy tre previously. _ _ _____ _ _ _ __ _ __ _ _ __ _ which j watering 1 attempting to murder hfe wife, m a si.ghtly alter- swer would probacly says Mrs. i Florence and his brother-in- lurtherance delirermg c-garets to men on sc- i tivs semce three months earlier ran at tne rnsTi they had oeen receiving them Many Canadians Settling Permanently In United Kingdom By NORMAX CSIBBEN'S (Canadiar: Press Staff Wrrer) Surrey, Eng- land. April More than 50 Canadians are being discharged -weekly from the Canadian army in England and about 900 others have returned during the last six months after beicr; demobilrzed in Canada. Some of the 45.000 Canadians who married British girls dur- ing- the war have chosen, to stay in Britain because their don't -want to begin life anew in Canada. Many stayed because of employment open- inss; others because they had fallen in love -with England. Of i; z love as first sight- Here a; Cama Tweecsinuir, official cascharge centre for the Canadian arrcv, I met a burly Prench-Cana- nsaT! -Brlio said triat, less tnaa. 24 hours after he arrived in England the continent in Kesner: j Peter Antonink- "Loro. chile. Ah cos': know, An j Mrs. Shire and her brother re- i jes' beats em ap frora beatings vntri an iron i you toll protest, club allegec to have been you Snow how much flour you by Srure in his farm home near used." j Vegrenlle in Juh. 193S. Shire's: Your face bears. A; last you are j son ciea the car after his on the ngnt track. But are YOU' father is alleged to have oeaten "Ah reckon all OD sis trrr senseless, ana Florence Wasy- 'er meboe seben hanciuls oo flour leski died three days after she nad i been oeaten. allegedly by Sn-re. Shires preliminary neanng -was ter mefc dem "Bui you re fro'smoig now, "is a handful a cup or a Din" Go way chile an' lemme iimsh recipe. Ah jes cooks by ear stand tne thoush; of leaving Scot- lane. ec-Cpl Harry Frensham ae aaea against retuminz to his na- tive Vancouver and -with gratuity arm alloiirances boughs a. half-share in a ooultry farm. Whatever their reasons for stay- ing. Canadians aemooiliaed m Esg- land are agreed on one point: the demob process is pamfullv slow and jrksome. Taere are long tedious -while documents are sens Canadian military neacauarteis m Lonaon for j approval and re-checked, while kit is oeing insaected, while the sol- cier is being interro- gated .exammea (Dhvsicaily and "That is the true adds Mrs Flexner. "Al me Mammies in oar Southern kitchens coos by ear They know how a certain disn should look and taste, e-ven thougn they never thoagat about it in terms of pounds or ounces, just as they know tne rhythm, tne tune of a spiritual even tnough tney wouldn't be able to reac a note on a printed page." on a. canal othe ucuc.. held in Vegreville in August, 1938, he was formally cnarged with ihe murder of babv son. He' remanded in custody to Port j Saskatcheiran jail for tnal in Al- i berta supreme court. i Later Shire taken to Ponoka j hospital for observation, and has be_en there since. A medical panel adjudged mm insane ana incapaoie of pleading to tne murder charge. said Mr Patterson, doctors are prepared to declare him sane. and he will ce put on trial. He is to be taken from the hosmtal to j Port Saskatchewan jail to await' trial. separated by a hundred yards, tne respective owners recognized each and began long-oistance veisels passed and were al- long watches. My Captain, I Thee icr no: only" guiding me across the trackless waste of ocean but i also for Thy guidance past the reefs of sin and temptation I thank the Isc civision, he haa stand-lip Sght a British guardsman behind a I.ondon pun "T iiticec. him." thfr Canadian eaid. "and ae toofc it so -srell I ce- cided he was a Acd ths; goes for toe rest of tns Jjmeys They are spoils all of multitude of blue, pink and yellow j forms for storage in Ottawa, BOBS CHICAGO, Aara Kathenne Maccowski sat celpiessly and mutely in her home anc watcb- ed s. joung thief enter, nfle a an tne once-belligerent Cannes i box of Between and S3CO and Is settled m Eagiana. He "hss an j wale out of the nouse- Mrs Mac- English wiie anc. one ana is; cosski is paralvzed. The Daralvsis in a London warehouse, j estends to her vocal Later, Ss-Tpr. Jacs; xluggles of Kenora. I she wmsoered the storv to her Ont, boughi a catering business at I Josepnine. j Sussex, on ms return from' police. J most out of hearing range when one barge suddenly roarea: "Hows that daagnter o' TOUTS, "Oh." replied Bill in his bull- like voice, "she's gone ana elooed she 'as, but we re keeping it quiet." A SAILOR'S PRAYER (By a. young Officer, just of Navy, in the Ottawa C'nzeri) Almigaty God, whose hand can still tempest and wnose eye see. ._______ with those who have gone down to the sea in ships, who do business in great waters. Be wim the men who are carrying the cattle against the enemies of freedom. Mar tney fina Thee as their Captain. the.r aaviour irom Give me wisdom as 1 undertake new auties. May I never irus; in any other pilot Amen. A very green coaole frora the tne deep, i deeD country were on tneir honev- r-o. J? ana snoon. A town friend had recoin- You fo- your mended a London restaurant where I on my snomcer during Jie I snellfish uere a specialty. Oh." saia tne bnce. after scan- ning the menu. 'I ill nave a dozen lobsters'" "Lobsters, madam'" echoed the waiter. "Do you mean "Of course she means The groom gave the waiter a severe look. "-And you may bring me a dozen, too.' In due course tne waiter aD- peared staggering under two travs piled high with, the red shellfish Ee placed a dozen m front ot tne gsrl and a dozen m front cf the industry aod XfiCTCCs fiaance Institxsdoiis. f _ j In SSKSSUyMy'SSS. one of Ae e beoe- The young husband looked a- them aghast So did the bnde. She was tne first to recover her speech "Don't yoa think, she said, "that mavoe it was i Harold told us to BAG AM> BAGGAGE (London Times) A recent escapade of a youns girl who lef; Margate to proceed to Ramsgate as "luggage" in a sail- or's kit-bag has prompted several readers of the Times to recount the experience of a young Italian girl curing the African war. All for the love of a soldier she was transferred from Ethiopia to Egypt aad travelled some hundreds of miles by truck and train in a large woooen box with his personal kit. The journey occup.ed se-.eral days in a temperature on occasions of 100 degrees F This unorthodox mode of travel was due to the fact that at the tune fraternization was frowned upon by the authorities. At Khartoum the soldier was taken into military custody for another matter. Learning -with anguish that tne military police would stow his kit in the transit store during the irvestigation. he was driven to confess that there was someone in his luggage. The -luggage" when opened was in a very exnausted conoiuon, but the sigrsonna recovered rapidlv. as was testified by Mr. Egerton 'Fer- guson, who writes. "The voang lady in the case at Khartoum ap- peared oefore me in the Divisional Court jc Asmara, oa a charge of _ immigration She was sao- sequently married la a Copic church m Adc.s Abaoa, and SOOT after she and her husband made the journey to Egypt under better aus- Kamsgate-Margate episode did not, However, end on such a romantic when she was found in the sailors at-bag st Kerne Bay tne railway author- deiKanded that a fare should be i so that tfte girl could con- her jocrney as a passenger. COMMITTEE TO ACT April sources Minister Glen announced Fnaay m the commons the go-vern- trerjt planned lo appoint a joint committee of the senate and the commons to examine the Indian act with a view to revision and to report on Indian administration in general. Replying to J M. Dechene (L. Mr. Glen said he would introduce a resolution for the ap- pointment of the committee im- mediately pfter the Easter recess, which ends Apnl 24. U C Wc4acs4a7 turn, 1 STOKE I1OCRS: aum. A New Shipment Has Just New Styles New Colors In These Junior sires 11 to 17 Misses' sizes 12 to 20 Half sizes 16% to 24% Women's sizes 38 to 44 Lively in color. -in style. harming designs, good quality wash- able spun rayon for bright days ____ Each Women's Second Floor Meek FABRIC GLOVES EATON'S "WEDGE SUPPORT" TIES FOR WOMEN "We've just received a new shipment of these well-liked shoes for women of 'conservative taste. Lasted in neat-fitting tie style with black kid lea- ther uppers, perforated vamps, leather walking heels built-in wedge supports. Sizes 5 to widths B to EE. Pair -KARIi SANDALS GAY AND YOUNG FOR SPRINGI Sprightly sandals with thick wooden plat- form soles and low semi-wedge, Cuban or Con- tinental heels Tied on with colorful fabric ties in red, yellow, green, white or black. Sizes small, medium and large. Pair............................. Second Floor Boys' Braces Dandy all-elastic braces chp-on or leatner erds Stainless length adjust- ers. Blue, green or brown. To complete his Easter outf.t! Each 50c Boys' Jerseys "Barrel" Stripes Summer-weight cotton and rayon jersey pullovers with short sleeves and crew neck- lines Red. white, blue and green. Sizes small, meaium and large. Each Main Floor Store Your Furs In EATON'S Newly Installed FUR STORAGE VAULT... EATON'S in Lethfaridge has just completed the in- stallation of a spacious fur storage vault which offers the same modern protection your furs have received in other Eaton In our new fur storage system, your precious furs will be carefully safeguarded dur- ing the summer months. Bring' them in now to the Women's Wear Dept., Sec- ond Floor or call 3605 for pick-up service. "El Patio" Brand for Men! Good looking" sport shirts at a moderate pricing. Tailored from cotton broadcloth in regular coat style with two front pockets, large collar and long isleeves. Plain blues or white. Small, me- dium and large. Each EATON -T- r IU BRANCH STORE Men's Sport COATS Hancsoine coats for casual wear all through summer. Tailored from wool tweecs in ssrsgie-breasted style witn three-button front, leather buttons, two patch pockets breast pocket Skeleton rayon lining. Plain grey or brown checks. Sizes 36 to 42. Cash Price, each Budget Plan Terms, in ac- cordance -with Wartime Prices and Trade Board regulations may be arranged if desired. Men's EVTOX'S, Main Floor ;