Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE FOUR THE LETHBREDGE HERALD SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1946 Proprietors 323 Sixth St. S.. i--etbfcridge. W. A. BCCEANAX anc Director. JOHK TOSSAXCE Easiness E. G. LONG C. 1IATTEEWS Secretazr. There i 222 to be learned iroin it. beauty In the in winch so many of us take a price. The c-eated cr seek to create is a cultivated beauty. In our ascreciatier. cf this beauty, we seek to create it. It is a icv scmethui which bnr-gs radiance to our ihes. is the inspiration which the beauty of Nature shoiJld is? it is that we shc'-ilc give to this, even who msy r.ot have gardens but appreciate their beauty wardens. Just as zi the beauty seen in flou-ers. beaut v in these things which, seen as they should be PICKED UP THAT BODY What They Say y T" T TTI (JAMES W. BARTON, MJW IN PASSING FOR THK BUSY THE TONGUE TELLS OF MAKV AIL31ENTS Dr. H. B- Hudnut. pastor of Woodward Avenue Presbyterian Church. Detroit, before the Lon- don Conference of the L'nitcd Church: "People avoid 'must' and 'ought' to drift rather than face up to im- as they would the plague. We like I all the wastes in the large bovrei bat; Central Church of Christ] 425-11th Street South FRANCIS Minister 10J50 School for sOl j 1 sentenced to serve vears ana _ joday phj-sicians look at the tongue. x months in Pnnce Albert peni- because, aside from any coating, (Authorized ss Second PCS; OSce -The Hercld the Scwth' can be things cf beauty, shedding radJance not only en cur ou- ines but. whst Christianity for. the toes el others. In Xarjre. as it. TV? see the miracle of Transiisruration. the drVseed sr.d the drv- bulb into things besuty. So our lives can be transfiginvd. U have a to do so. In this troubled as u'e see :t. more and more must the gain ercund that -a hat is needed is a cultivation of the Christian verities. in" this each one c: us can do his and her pan. 30 and mes- i Peoples. Visitors always isrelconie. tentiar.-. eoEdl" i ST. MARY'S CHURCH (Anglican! ____________ __ 2 -__SYCGSOHS .-phiils but even when tongue is; 7JSO LEFT HAND CORNER (Continued from Frost FageJ ET Capt- J- Harper Prowse. Canadian Statesman A DAY OX PARLIAMENT HILL be caused by per- "Pais 321 trie tongue i also from irritation tobacco, dentures, be- r sensitive to drugs and washes, local disease of the; derangement of the joint j Canada's setter s Spri: __ and Ser-1 1MMANUEL ENGLISH 1HERAN CHURCH 6th Ave. and 15th St. S. Eichemanb. BJX. Paster. T10-16th St. N. Phone 433S service. HOLY SPIRIT IN YOUR HEART" School. Come and Worship with Us! subject; of m-och friendly coaraent and congratulation in leading Brit- ish re-srspapers tirhere he is today undersKKXi better than ever in bis political lize. There is no doubt of ihe recognition accord- ed as a staresnsu, a title -srhich. lie ESS eamed through long service to the people of Canada- Canada's Prime Minister owes much, of his political success to ahilizy to pick sasn for his Cabinet sad to depute to them authority io administer their portfolios. 1z vas onlv this ability as ss. esecu- I tive -which. Eiade is possfols for Mr. j King 10 carzy the terrific burden! fell on his shoulders during the long war years Irom 1939 to 1S45. Bat tec Prime Minister had more Than ability to pick good Jieuienams. He possesses an iQ- casny ability K> sense public opin- sit 3 PJ3- t 8 DJ3X. tO 11 1314-3rd Ave. North Kev. W. R. Robinson. Minister. Snndav, June 9th, 1946. School. 11.30 ____ "SEVEN JUDGMENTS OF THE j WORD OF GOD" services in the news- j j 7.30 coated tongue. IT .re only one side of tongue is exception of rs-o or three week: re- cesses as Christmas, Saster and dur- ing the summer. earlr I anr aoie to enjoy a -ae gun___ breakfast, in the station dining- for safe-keeping by a. soldier, roots. snse was a proolem. out now I find that by leaving early I t a workman's ticket and "l dropped in one evening to listen this way to get s. debate on. tne i mv jjT-eaVfas- for is. As I interest; Farm women meeting zz Saska- toon endorsed a resolution asking the Saskatchewan government _to ai'ected it 'i usually due to seme disorder. "COLOSSIANS CHAPTER ONE" Even-one Welcome: believe in heartfelt, joy- producinjr salvation. agricuiniral esnmates. only 77 of the 245 m There meal out; we set up a research laboratory in the I interest of narcotics education, to embers sitting loa to make decisions which. are acceptable to the public. There is nothing of glamor about Mr. Kline, the fcfod of glamor which set EDsrr such contemporaries ss Sir. Churchill and the late 34r. Hocse- Teis; IHK 'us could rely upon his sensing of the poise cf the people to make up for the fact thss he was no; wia; would be called a popular politician. And behind is fii stood his long years in. the pub- 3ic service since he entered the GoverrjmeBS service in 1900 ss Deputy Hinister of Labor, the first man to raid that post in Canada. A liberal at heart, Prime Minister sang always though! in terms of the masses, c-f the average iaan, and that, has been, his greatest in the house. A member from Brit- ish Columbia was talking ap- les. Nobody was listening to him. ples. Nobody was listening Tn fact the" rest of the embers engaged in private conversa- tions End the din of their small- talk was so loud that it; was im- possible for ms, in the gallery, to HPBT more than word here and there of what the speaker was trying r ra- min- manage quite nicely on -our tions. it is high time the ister of food put a stop to my Sag- rant evading of his food regula- tions. make slides and Sims easily access- ibl" to the general nublic, ano. to establish a training course in nar- cotics education for teachers. Fisheries Minister Bridges an- nounced in Ottawa that Dr. G. C. "Pakistan" is a coined word com- Csrl of Victoria and Dr. Georges ...._. ...-----T-. i Tpr-ejontams of win this: month for the Pribilof Islands in Bering Sea to observe the fur herd in which Canada shares posed of The initial: P (Puniabj, A 'S. (Sind) and the syllable "stan" merely coping that his constituents read about it in the papers and. believe that he was really put- tine tro 3. cattle lor them. As couldn't hear enough of his speech to follow it. I don1: know wfaas kind of a job he doing. When I left somebocT else was These were- the re- iacluded. in the _ _.. state in St_ Thomas Times-Journal. FLEW 36.00C MILES (London BaSr Sketch) Back at his desk. I found Lord Knoliys, chairman of British Over- seas iirwsys, after completing the longest civilian aviation flight in soeaMasr on the acrfisabilitv ofusins j miles in 43 days. the entire anple crop from sorce- He tells me his Hyihe .using-coat _ I don't like deer. T would Lord Knollys is 51. Ee Saw to have liked to pat in a plug for j Australia and the Pacific fringes apple then you can't speak from, the nobody was listening anywav. A pass boy was rfttmsr on the dais to survey routes for British atia- uon. Jones and his wife were on a. below the speaker's chair in an at- j Sshing expedition. As the end of of complete boredom and re- j a trying day, Jones bro'Oght source of politicai strength. For ciKer though his political opponents have been, as times they always considered id that he that Mr. Canada as an entity orked for unity of the self -govern- ing natioa. he had helped to create tarongh a sympathetic understand- ing of the problems of the average citizen. Prime iSnister Trew lias said that he plans to retire. He will not lead the liberal party in. an- other general election, unless some say a general election was suddenly precipitated and his followers de- manded he lead than again. BUS oa his retirement, when i; comes, he nave the satisfaction of knowing that he has helped Canada to grow in stature during the years of iiis leadership since he first became Prime in 1921; that he has left the fouiidaiions for a really great nation, lasarion. As I watched he nodded I things to a climax by failing into and had a short nap. Members got j vater. an and wandered around from one Just as "he crawled out, his wife desk to another like women going froia counter to counter in sroce- teria. were busilr engaged in reading the evenlnsr newspacere noTiced that one. who was seat- ed just below me. wss parr'cularly interested in comics. j.i! aerse they were probably more interest- than atopies. On the "other hand, committee the real work is done, and decisions taken seriouslv. Here members BSS _. tions. stoa to think, and really 2s some years ago near Cr of thp coun- i weli-oiult cnurca; out juest An- glians who see their shores diniin- ishing in size need not worry about the size of England. Actually on s it grows larger, not smaller. ____is lost in slipper clay is gain- ed in compensates for it "may increase, too, in silt. There are many acres just cov- ered at high tide along the shores of the Wash; and though the silting up 01 the Wash has some ill effects oil the rivers, and has helped to The Week In tRe 20 Years Ago From the Files-of The Lethbridge Herald. It is expected that a test wen on the Lucky Strike dome will be started in 30 days. Sugar beets in Southern Alberta to speed growth. Southern Alberta wool is bring-! ing lower prices. P. V. Lewis bought the Smith clip of Cardston at to 22 cents. The Lethbridge Branch of Ca- nadian Legion of British Empire Service League is to replace cctal Jnprrt in WHICH -ci a joint interest with the United. G.W.VA. as the veterans' oody States. cere- FRIENDS AT BETR4NY HIGHLIGHTS ON THE SDNDAY SCHOOL LESSON CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist Twelfth St. and Fourth Are. S. Sunday Service. 11 Subject: "GOD THE ONLT CAUSE AND CREATOR-' 12.10 SchooL Wedaesday Testimony Meet- ing. 8.00 pjn. Free Reading Room and Lend- ing Library. 325 Twelfth St. S- Hours: Week days. 230 to 4 except public holidays. By NEWMAN CAMPBELL (The International Uniform Les- son on the above topic for June 9 is Mark Luke the Memory Verse belBg John "3v this shall all men know teat- ye 'are My disciples, if ye have love one to WE EAVS had several lessons about Christ's friends -while He was on earth. Now we take up ois in- structions to those closest io mm. in these homes that opened to them, and "say unto them, The kingdom of God is come unto you." Again, if they were not welcome- ed they were to shake the dust of the town from their feet, saying "Even the very dust of your city, which cleaveth on us, we do wipe off against vou: notwithstanding be ye sure of this, that; the kingdom of God is come nigh unto you." They Return Joyfully The seventy returned joyfully, devils are the twelve, as to their work while j saving, even the devil He was still living and also after subject unto us through Thy a appeared on the scene. you fall she inquired, in surprise. "No. No! Just crawled in to see which Ssh it was that got away from, GAINS, AND LOSSES (London Spectator) It is a melancholy spectacle when good land tumblss into the sea, especialiv when it takss with r trr. don't make sueeches for the press, or their they get on with rhe lv. "competently and sincerely. In committee the members get, on with the lob of aoveming the coun- the sessions rm afraid thev merslv make speeches. I thi-k everybodv is prettv agreed that there should "be more time sDerst In committee, and less in formal ses- ion. The one thing I found uppermos in the minds of most whom I spoke was thi Tjrice controls. One grotiD thought thai the to our problem w-.s to remove controls and let the ordinary laws of suoolv arid demand go to work to level things out. The other group brotisht out just as convincing ar- guments for the cpntir.'iaTir? of controls and tainted z prettr black nicture of what -rould happen if were removed. Personally, niv own ooir-ion is that the time has not yet ar orker jst members to i deprive King's Lynn of its use and the question of reputation as a naroor. reclaimea His death, resurrection and ascen- sion. i The first sending forta was__oi the twelve. "He called unto -turn the twelve, and began to send them forth two by two; and gave them power over unclean spirits." Ee told thera what equipment they should take. Tvitzi no lux- uries, simply clad, and with no monev, they were to stay at the homes of families who would wel- come and entertain them. "They should take nothing .for their journey, save a staff only; no scrip, no bread, no money m their purse: "But be shod with sandals; ana not put on two coats." "What place soever ye enter into an house, there abide till ye depart froia that place." If thev were not received in aay house in a town, they were to "shake off the dust under your feet for a testimony against them." Jesus answered, "I behold Satan as lightning fall from, heaven. Notwithstanding in this rejoice not, that, the spirits are subject- unto you: but rather rejoice because j your names are written in heaven.''; The last Bible reference in our lesson tells of Jesus' warning to j His disciples of what it will mean to them to dedicate their lives to i Him. To a great multitude that followed Him, He said: "If any man come to ile, and hate not his father and mother, and wife, and children, and breth- ren, and sisters, vea.iand his own life also, he cannot be My disciple. "And whosoever doth not bear his cross, and come after Me, can- not be My disciple." Jesus knew too well the way He had trod in life, the weariness, heartaches and the martyrdom, and unless TTii disciples understood that i His way must be theirs, they could; never carry on the work of their j CHRISTADELPHIAN ECCLESIA 633-7th St. Sonth StTNDAT SERVICES God Willing 11 of Breed. 12.30 School. 7.30 Lecture. Subject: "One Bible; Many Churches; Does It Matter What We Speaker: MR. S. T. BATSFORD Wednesday, 8 class. AH Welcome Christ Is Coming Those towns had their chance to Master. They must sacrifice fain- j CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS Corner 12th St. 5. and Sth Are. School. 12 noon Ward Priesthood Meeting: 7.00 Service. Bishop C. F. Steele and PSrst Councillor L. B. Snowlton. Special musical nmnbsrs. AD WS! Be Welcome. and Gornorrha in the day of than for that city." This _ was terrible punishment land thereaoouts nas provea ana f peopi8 wjjo refused hos-' prove extremely fertile. The i tjje disciples of Him who sent them and would not listen to their "message. 1 They Preached Repentance 1 So the twelve went out, "and' preached that men should repent, j And thev cast out many devils. and anointed with oil many that j were sick, and healed them." Iteeh would doubtless treat parts of the Wash as they have treated the Zuicer Zee. It is a cause of songratulatipn to naturalists that some of the beaches and spits that emerged from the sea have encouraged sev- precious birds: and, era! rare apropos of this, how the gulls de- ie dangers. But everyo to There are signs that the public 5s growing impatient; over the suc- cession cf work stoppages across the country, and they are impatient gjfr. curing the war years, that the j whether these are caused by stnkes! present situation is far frosrs r.or- j inal. This is the only place where acu ucacnci. rnentir-n is made of oil for healing. islands, r.otabiy, in j j. maT have -oeell that the use of ura! This gain or, heaiii_g o_j gave the course lessen a- in them- the c'jty to arrest coast, erosion, j .W.VK, also it aided the faith Christ Trinity Lutheran Chapel 320 Eleventh Street Sonth Church Service at 11 o'clock. Sunday School, 12 o'clock. Theine: "STRENGTHEN THE FOUNDATION" -----PS. II, 3.4. I was glad when they said unto ir.e: "Let us go into the house of the You are always welcome ia pur chapel. J. ROSSBACH, Pastor -e we're So nany cor.- wwcn in some oro ols have been" imposes, frorr. r.eces- suows rapid acceleration. in some Norfolk districts j of those who were treated. The; j twelve were sent oat in of labor cr by the refitsal of J to meet the post-war con- The public 35 in niood to bay. They are willing to pay are little more for goods but tiMv imwiHin to be held up. Also 23 A.D. St. Luke tens of sending out the Jb -ii; w-r'o ft oi" it it seenv to be hold- flf seventv. in the I0th chapter, and elf bv the f tfi-O A. in December of the] be Mire whether it is same The seventy! they are unwilling to put up with I further in the Shortages which are holding But ir.s a wolf seems to to let in the the country can't eo arswchere while thev on. But well EO into SO PER CENT ENGLISH i New York Times. were also sent out two and two. and were told that they were ar.otrJer column. Bp the return of peaceta to normal. cend forth laborers into HIS I Prayerfully they were to I Surely there is yardstick which tion" of "this c -antry dassu'j_ed ac- to what ir.cniduais con- In the United States there is talk j bureaucrats" would gdsred to be their tongue." vnfcTtake this missibn. of a cew law which would make roerelv set these f.TJres ar.c the Persons who gave tagrtsn as .-G ua jjeh2jd. j ser.d ._ _. _ v_ I there Sc Now when have out of nearly arbitration. And there is a grow- ing feeling in Canada for an ex- tension of the Lemieus Act to arbi- trate disputes at the first which are always finally settled by some kind of arbitration at the end. We think the public would like governments to give more of a lead ss to what is fair as between vari- ous kinds of work and production. If a bushel of wheat is worth what is a day's work in the bush or what is it worth to move a bushel of wheat to tidewater? he regretted and this group is to-x-srds the peace treaties in Ea- r_earj-v- twenty times as large as the cannot a na- _ rope, urgea acceptance of the ofier nexl language group, you of a 25-year agreement to maintain i help getting the picture of peace in Europe and warned Russia j tion which is bound to bave a that, if she really values permanent I good many things in common with peace now k the time to get it j the English-speaking people of the to delay may be too late. It was i British Commonwealth across the a salutary speech and has received seas. And that is what Moscow universal acclaim in Biitain and has in mind when it refers with on this continent. concern to the Anglo-Saxons. were to sandais which had no j S but were tied by thongs to the feet.' Shoes had uppers and protected the leet more thoroughly. i Into -Whatsoever house ye enter.; first say. Peace be to this house." I Into the house that received them j they were to stay, "eating and drinking such things as they give; for thi laborer is, worthy of his hire. Go not from house to house." Not only were they to preach the gos- pel, but they were to heal the sick ST. AUGUSTIN'S PARISH CHURCH Clergy: Corner of 4th Are. S. and llth St. S. The Reverend Leslie L. Grant, RJD, Rector. The Reverend Victor E. Smith, Priest-organist. Church Office: Mrs. A. R. Lcndi. THE BIRTHDAY OF THE CHURCH CATHOLIC a.m. Holy Communion. 11 "SOMETHING ABOUT CHURCH UNION." Preacher she Rector. 7.30 "SOMETHING MORE. Preacher the Rector. SUNDAY Junior Church School. Mr. C. E. Dawson. Supt. ajn. Sunday School. D. Fooks, Supu Rector's Bible Class. The Rector. Due to extensive alteratior.s now being made to the organ in the church, it, is impossible at the time of going to press to announce just what type of services or rausic will be offered on Sunday. However, there will be services and sermons as an- nounced above. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 4th Art. and 8th St. S. REV. GERALD M. WARD. B.A, ThJC. Castor MM. m. A. Thrall, Choir Leader Elsie Wcsteott, Orzaawt "THE CHRISTIAN USE OF THE LORD'S DAY" W. N. Byets, Lord's Day AUUncc. sehooL "I'VE BEEN A CHURCH MEMBER ALL MY STAFFORDVUiE BAPTIST MISSION Ninth Avenue North School. 7.30 Service. FIFTH AVE. NORTH BAPTIST SCXDAT aJtt. SOUTHEAST BAPTIST SCNDAY THE SALVATION ARMY (426-5th Street South} Officers In and airs. A. Cmrtmell. meeting. "THE POKER OF THE HOLY SPIRIT" Major M. Buckley, of Calgary, will conduct this sertice. School. meeting. Theme: "PRACTICAL SALVATION" Thursday, 8 Prayer Meeting." A irana awaits you as all these services. YOUTH FOR CHRIST RALLY (TONIGHT) SATURDAY, 8 P.M. 'The Missing Christians" (A SOUND MOTION PICTURE) FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH "Follow the crowd to the rally." ALLIANCE TABERNACLE 712-2nd AVENUE SOUTH J. 311. BOWKER MISSIONARY CONVENTION CONCLUDES li.Oo G. C. Ferry, French-Indo China. 12.00 session with Miss B. of Philippines. 7.30 G. C. Ferry, speaking on demon possession la French-Indo China. Miss B. Palmer telling of deliverance from the Japanese. A real thriller, Attend the Tenth for Christ" tonight at 1st Baptist Church. PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE "THE PEOPLE'S CHURCH" SEVENTH ST. S. You Are Welcome To the Service "THE LADY WHO LAUGHED" "ONE CHANCE TO LIVE" Evangelist Ida Cook preaching Sunday School JESUS SAVES "THE PEOPLE'S CHURCH" JOHN COOK, Minister St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church Corner 5th Are. and Sth St. S. Rev. E. L. Garrin, Minister. Mrs. G. Brown, Organist. GUEST MINISTER: REV. M. S. BLACKBURN Synodical Missionary. 11 Morning Worship. Sunday School. 7.30 Evening Worship. We invite yon to join with us in the worship of God in St. Andrew's The United Church of Canada THE RIGHT REVEREND JESSE H. ARNUP, B.A., 3Ioderator First United Church CORNER FIFTH AVE. AND THIRTEENTH ST. X. REV. R. MAGOWAN, Pastor Chair Ben JIartin Janet Larsos and Mrs. A. Wright "LIFE WITH WINGS" "MEN OF THE FLAMING HEART" "To all who pray, and to all who not but ought, this church opens wide its doors, and in the name of Christ says Welcome." SOUTHMINSTER UNITED Corner Fourth Avenne and Eleventh Street South Harry A. Mutchmor, B.A, K. Putland, Mns. B. 'THE IDEA OF RELIGIOUS FREEDOM" "WHY DELAY THE ANGLICAN- UNITED CHURCH Hew far are we from reunion? we move fast enough to beat paganism? inner division defeat our faith? sects outrun the churches? NEWSPAPER! NEWSPAPER!