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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1946 Challenge To Protestantism Is Discussed At Baptist Meeting "It may be well for us to exam- ine what it is that Protestantism stands for." declared Rev. Ernest King of Hillhurs: Baptist church. Calgary, at a ministers'- and lay- men conference held in First Bap- tist cnarch, Lethbridge. Wednesday afternoon in connection urith the Calgary-Lethbridge Baptist Associ- ation convention. Several speakers were heard in this discussion on The Challenge to Protestantism." including Rev. Dr. Gordon Jones. O-B-EU of First Baptist church- Calgary, and Rev. X. Dabbs. mis- sionary in Bolivia. ilr. King added that the mean- ing: of Protestantism is not to be found in a negative protest against some one or some- thing." "Nothing could be more complete- ly mistaken." he countered. "It is true that the reformation u-as a reaction against certain docirines. practices and corrupsions. It was indeed a protest. The reformers were expressing; a dissent, but iney also making a positive asser- tion- of the thing they believed. They were making an affirmation of a" faith which they believed was more !n harmony with the spirit and teaching of Jesus than was the church of the preceding centuries." CARDINAL PRINCIPLES Mr. Kins outlined the cardinal principles thai underlie Protestant- ism. The first of these was justi- fication by faith or "by faith the gospel that St. Paul taught which means "the messages of God's love and salvation are given directly to all who will hear Christ's voice." Tne second principle is the priest- hood of all believers, or as Luther explained, all believing men and women are worthy to appear before God, to for others, to teach each mutually the things that are of God. "In Protestantism the Christian minister ceases to be a priest and becomes a prophet, whose main business is to declare the word of God." the speaker insisted. Protestantism stands for the suf- ficiency of scripture as the supreme authority in matters of faith. it is closely connected the right of private interpretation of scrip- ture. Rev. Dr. Gordon Jones cited as a a m-irsed example "th? man who j never went to church but otherwise was a consistent Protestant." Pro- testantism had proved a valuable spur to elevating religious and so- I cial standards, he maintained. The I great need of the day was for united action oy Protestant groups in the face of" powerful competition for the masses who did not belong to any church, he said. Rev. N. Dabbs. who recently ar- rived from his mission in Bolivia, saw in Protestantism an antidote for the spirit of Fascism that was doing so "much to throttle freedom of expression in the countries 01 South America. The 70 delegates met with mem- bers of the local church and en- joyed a bountiful supper when they received greetings from Mfyor A. W. Shackleford on behalf of the city council. THE HERALD'S CITY NEWS PAGE PAGE SEVEN Random n> CHRIS Rhymes LAST night the event of the season was The much-touted fight between Louis and Conn. But Conn met his fate In the course of round 3 And another white hoper of boxing was gone. Start Cutting Alfalfa In South Fame Came the Hard Way -5- -r -i- Gene Autry, Sinjini Cowboy of Screen and Radio, Will Attend Lethbridge Rodeo Gene Autry. goodwill ambassador from U.S. to Lethbridge Rally and Rodeo July 4-6, will arrive here from Holly-rood on the opening day leaving on toe Friday night oJ that iveek to return Isr a. Sunday broadcast in California. Top coa-boy- attraction of the; j screen, radio. .stage and rodeo! arenas. Gene has reached she heights the hard way. He life on a Texas ranch, his father j bnng a cattie buyer, and like a j large number of Southern Alberta youngsters, he helped brand and f dip cattle as well as round them up. The family mored to Oklahoma where Gene became a railroad teleg- Harvest has started ia Southern hay harvest. ,______________________________ IK a tour through the Magrath j rapber. He learned to play a gui- Wednesdav a Herald ______ tar to accompany himself sieging. porter saw three fields of alfalfa one night, late, a stranger eater-; being cut. The plants are just com- ed the railroad to send a ins into bloom. The stand is good i telegram and heard Autry singing, j and indications are for a good aver- "Young fellow, jou're wasting your age crop. time out here. You ought to be on Mayor Pleased iWtim FEAR CUTWORM PLAGUE MAY PROVE SERIOUS "Lethbridge put on a on behalf of this community in -he National Clothing Drive and shows again that the city has a hear' and uses in coamunity projects." said ilayor A. Shackleford. chairman of the committee for the drive here. He reports that the lection exceeded his expectation j and that the Quality of goods c -r.- tribuwd was excellent. Contriou- tions more than filled a car load which t> already on its way to Re- gica wcere goods will be baled ar.d forwarded overseas to reUeve lie i seedy jn Europe. j Collection was completed Slosi- j day with workers gosr.g a: top speed. It. was sorted and paek- ed Tuesday as the Arena and ship- ped Wednesday. Pat -.v'as j in charge of transportation with I merchants of the city donating tracks drivers tur.e hours. City bakeries and co- nated refreshment for the work- j ers and mamoers of all service of the Tforst outbreaks of j pale western cutworm suice 1931 j when many crops ia the south went. derail before tnis creeping menace; is expected in the next few weeks if investigations now in progress by L- A. Jacobson of the Lethbrifige prromological laboratory and How- ard McDonald of the Saskatchewan entomological sen-ice confirm pres- er.c evidence. The dormant, worms' became active Jaw year, after 10 years, and appear to be gaining in' numbers in the southeastern part of east o_ ___ Officials of the Lethbridge en- tomological laboratory explain that ar. increase in pale cut- worm may be expected in any dis- trict where there has been less than. 10 days with rainfall during the spring season. This condition ap- plies to practically every district and south of Calgary, as well as raar.y places farther north. Twine Supply Ample FARM MACHINERY SITUATION STILL TIGHT, STATES AXELSON to see a couple more good rains_ to assure a though rain cattle .__. ranchers, both cattle and j aii hel 1 i Cowboj. staged lun or. t continue flying as a pilot for tr.e i ma returns. Binder t-r.-ir.e supplies appear to be for 1945 harvest needs but harvesting machinery wU! con- tinue to be tight, said 3. C. Axel- ron. manager of Interna- tional Harvester company, today. Mr. Axelson returned recently from Hamilton. where he attended a of IJK C. Car-adian Scials. Others attending from here were L. A. IVylie and W. H. McCoil. i Mr. Axelscr. said labor and ma- terial shortages stiU cloud the farm machinery situation and sera- equip- cient will be scare ngi" tferougii 1945 with a improvement; i in 194T. The I.H.C. is building a new motor truck plant a: Chatham, which will double the truck capacity of the company in Csc- i ada. The plant, sill "cost faro and a half million dollars. Kiddies Enjoy Days on Ship Attractive War Brides Are Given Joyous Welcome In City Southern Alberta men, who were in the armed services overseas were good pickers when it came to brides." judging by the nine attrac- tive British brides and five chil- dren who arrived Thursday morn- ing at the Canadian Pacific station for the city -and district. Both women and children were well- dressed, had the glow of health and sparkled with anticination of re- union with their loved ones and reaching their new Canadian homes. Many were met at the sta- tion by relatives. All reported a good voyage on the Qlieen Mary which docked last Saturday The children had 3. merry time on the trip and were well looked after by attendants assignee. to that tmrpose. There was a sleep- ing-nurserv on the ship where the tiny tots were looked after during Prescriptions Accurately filled and sent to you PROMPTLY MCCAFFREY'S DRUG STORES 331 5th St. S. Phone 414 13th St. Phone 3445 Start Work On Airport Road City workmen have started the job of improving the city's por- Lions District Convention Opens w f _ year in and at tr.e end; transport, a- twm-engir.e Douglas I Afmv I of the year was voted top box-! and passenger plane. 1 lUCflS the daytime, leaxing leisure hours for the mothers. Food "Marvellous" Canada impressed all the brides with its vc.-jtp.ess and they thought the food here None expected to have any trouble be- coming Canadianized and all were looking forward to the experience. Those arnving for the city in- cluded Mrs. J. K. Brown and son Michael for 833 12th St. A. N.; Mrs. J. R. Johnson and daughter. Rita Stella, for 615 16th St. S.; Mrs. G. W and son, Gerald, 20th St. S. and 16th Ave.: Mrs. G. E. Snow and son, R.. for 14th Ave. and 20th St. S.; Mrs. E. T. WaterSeld, 1609 First Ave. N.. and Mrs. R. B. Rasmussen! Lethbridge. District brides included Mrs. R. B. Anderson and daughters, Shirley and Maureen, for Picture Butte; Mrs-.W. C. Tourond. Pincher Creek, and Mrs. J. S. "Williams and daugh- ter, Carole, for Raymond. GOES TO CONSORT W. Ar- rowsmith. field man for the special area subdivision No. 3. has been transferred to Consort. H. A. Verhey S from Edmonton is his successor. Field. at the Third avenue cutoff, the road is being freshly gravelled and smoothed preparatory to hard-surfacing. Blotter treatment will be com- menced within the next few- days when a supply of asphalt is received. "HAIL WIPES OUT to be sure. Bowman Agency Insurance Estate Loans CALIFORNIA PLUMS of the year was i-oted top box- I office star of western pictures. In I 1940-41 he broke all records for! ed attendance and it still stands. The ]Bf record was set at "Edison Square Garden m New York when he made his first appearance as star of the Autry is quiet and unassum- and passenger plane After vears he dlscaarg_ a vea- ard or 3 the the S -acmc annual ftood of Inquiries and a size- floa- of applications for the 200 used army trucks available lor Alberta, farmers are already com- j TIo values friendship and his i beta" of Internationally popular I sincerity is shown in his appear- j Gene's popularity is intersa- j rvce in Lethbndge for the rodeo j matje to nublicize the draw. J. R. tionaL In 1939 he toured in Eng- which is his niarh of appreciation McFall of Calgary seeretarv said land and Ireland with sensational: for his fnendship and loyalty to i today. results. In Dublin he attracted a Herman lander, Lethbridge rodeo t it is anticipated that appiica- crowd of j manager, who received a latter Wed- tions for these trucks will exceed Hollywood's No. 1 cowboy was nes-day from Gene confirming his: Jie number available. Applicants by pro- one of the first persons from the j intention of being here for tiie big must be certined as farmers film capital to answer the army's event. district agriculturists of the vmcial department of agriculture Despite the lack of refrigerator. cars on American lines, shinments of canteloupe and watermelon have i been arriving in the cltv from Texas.' Arizona and California! Canteloupe and watermelon are coming here frcm the Imperial VaUev. California. Strawberries are available in small quantities. Plums from California are now in the stores. ACTING MAGISTRATE Magistrate H. G. Jensen of Cards- ton will preside as rrtagistrate at Calgary city police court beginning Monday, it has been announced by the attorney-general's department. Magistrate Jensen will acs in the absence of Magistrate D. C. Sin- clair who is ill ar the Pacific coast. BACK FROM COAST Ray Whittick of IVhittick Broth- ers. plumbing and heating firm, is j In Police Court Mrs. Anthony McMillan Succumbs At Calgary 1 Because of extensive damage ing done to the highwav bridge over the Oldnian River below the city, a police check is being made to pre- i Joy over the graduation, of her ter C. vent trucks speeding on the struc- "SSS1 formitton should contact hu fare. Maximum permitted speed for i w ihe 1: tn" municipal such vehicles is 15 miles per hour, i o' retary of or other officials designated by the sale committee. On a day specified j by the committee a drawing will take place to ascerta'-n the names of applicants will have an opportunity of purchasing. This method of drawing proved satis- factory in disposing of similar vehi- des to farmers last year. ,h" j Any farmer wishing further In- 1 i formation should contact his dls- sec- i pnph finpn nf rhp cnnrr. 1 each fined the costs of the court 1 for this offence oy Magistrate A. had suffered K.C. Other oifenders faced the court retary or V.L-A. fieldman. Industrial Accountants i blood pressure for inanv vears. j n "1C :rs. McMillan was bom at Leeds. I Hear 3peCIal OpeaKcrs from WATSRTOX LAKES NATIONAL Alberta and Mon- tana Lions are gathered at, Water- ton Lake.s National Park today. Thujscay. for the opening of the three-day district convention. More than 800 delegates have rien let- tered. club has a large delegation while other Soutiiem Al- berta clubs are well represented. Wednesday 200 delegates were reg- istered and Thursday morning dele- gates were pounng into the regis- tration oiBce. Warren Melville of Reglna. presi- dent of the International Associa- tion of Lions clubs in Canada, is at Waterton but Eugene S. Bnggs. Enid. Okla- International Lions vice-president, will not arrive until Friday. He will be met at Brown- ing. Mont. Tile Eiilspring band enlivened proceedings Thursday. The convention opened Thursday afternoon and a get-acquainted dance wul feature the entertainment tonight. ARMY OFFICERS TO STUDY ALTA. ROADS I Officers of ihe permanent and reserve forces will make road recon- naissances of Alberta highwavs ia future while travelling. The order has beer, issued by both Western Command at Simcriton ar.d head- Quarters oi Military 13 in After their reconnaissances the officers must reports on. road conditions, width of road, tvpe of surface, state of repair, improre- ments needed and iniormauon as to tvps and size of bridges. The data" be used to keep rmlitary maps of the province up to date. District I lit Gordy Ruttan. is leading- Staii Gustafson in the current Calgary Herald District Golf cornpetlaon- In the first 35 holes, played a; ths Country Club golf course over the weekend. Ruttan won out with a. score of KB. as against Gustafson's 150. The remaining 35 holes will be played at the Henderson course next Sunday. DIVORCE DECREES I Following are additional decrees nisi granted in Lethbridge supreme i Mrs in 1833_ a dauahter of Dr. and for speeding m on uie Jugh- Mrs Exley. Foliowiag her father's The Lethbndge chapter of the So- between Letnbnage and Ken- sne camg to Alberta as a cier? of industrial Accountants held ycr Fisld. tarl H. Snovr. Ray Ime- child of 12 with her mother, and! the "anal meeting of the season in son and Mattnew Clarence Slanch i at Lundbreck. On Oct. 5, 1911. j the Marquis hotel receativ. AS sev- each paid So and costs. i s-ne married Mr. McMillan who had j eraro35cers of- tae provincial society ror parking a trues: containing j come from Scotland home- j were present it took the form of a inflammables other than m tr-e steaded in the Altorado country, j meeting back'in the citv after a business trip area aside ior such machines in j southeast of Foremost. For many i to Vancouver andi other coast cities. He found plumbing equipment just as scarce at the coast, on" both sides of the line, as in Lethbridge. BANK CLEARINGS UP This week SM55.207.77 Last year 972.938.85 TRAINING REPORT DENIED OTTAWA. June re- curring report that British forces .might use" Canadian training fa- cilities which would otherwise be closed down under the peacetime curtailment, program, was denied in ofiicial circles. Lethbridge. Ferdinand O- Mehrer j years paid 55 and costs and Merle Allen SI and costs. lived on the Blood where Mr. McMillan re- a i member of the Indian-agency staff costs for speeding on a highway. J. S. Maryancik paid SI and costs for fulling to keep to the left when irovincial council, the g held re- ing the war. Lass year Mr. McMil- j "he hotel in Ian was appointed Indian agent on 1 "ce m the Pei-an reserve and the family Humphries, first vice-: uted SI and costs for having inade- quate brakes on nis car. AIRMEN RETUKMNG BOOTS MEN'S WORK BOOTS Retan, nailed, sewn. Sizes 6 to 11 MEN'S BROWN WORK BOOTS Goodyear welt Sizes 6 to 12 MEN'S 12-INCH WORK BOOT NAILED AND SEWN MEN'S 10" LOGGER BOOTS Oil tanned and hand-made Extremely durable MEN'S LOAFERS 6 to II GENUINE WELT LOAFERS Sizes 6 to XI Bon Ton Shoe Store 4TH AVE. SOUTH CAN CHERRIES JULT 10 Strawberries and cherries from B.C. are now selling in local stores and new apples will be arriving here in about two wrecks from, that prov- ince. July 10 is the date set for cannins cherries when the season is to be at its height for iheth. Local strawberries are expected to be marketed here in two weeks. Apple shipments from Australia .-are not coming on the Canadian market as are beins shipned directly to New York for consumption there. The following list of Southern Albertar.s are included in R.C_AJ. personnel who are returning to Can- ada on board the liner Lady Rod- ney on Fridav: Fit. Lt. J. Johnston. Foremost: Fit. Lt. B. L. MacKenzie. Wrentham: FO. S. R. 609 Tenth St. S., Lethbridce. OFFICERS RETIRED Krupa, Drummer Ace, Here June 24 The followins officers, residents of Southern Alberta, have been re- tired from the Canadian army for week ending June 15. 1346. head- auarters 13 announced today: Lieut. L. L- Hunt. R C_A_. Cardstori; Lt. M. B. Steele. R.C.AM.C-. Lethbridge: Capt. K. E. Fletcher, C.D.C.. Medicine Hat. ANGUS G. MILLAR OPTOMETRIST 104 McFARLAXD BLDG. Those 2566. Lethbridie McMillan had always been active in the work of the Anglican church. Besides her husband Mrs. McMil- lan leaves to mourn three daugh- ters. Helen, a nurse at Beicher hos- pital. Calgary; Mrs. Wolff, and Jean. The funeral T-.iil be held from Christ church. Maclecd. Fnday at with Archdeacon Middleton of St. Paul's Indian school on the Blood reserve officiating. Inter- ment will be in. the Macleod ceme- tery. Mclnnis and of Calgary, funeral directors, in charge. GENE KRIJPA Gene Krupa, whose big orchestra will provide" sweet and torrid tcrr.- for Lethbndge danceni on night of June 24. has three facia; expressions for use while drum- ming In his band one for each of three types of composition. One is" for dreamy melodies. Hu eyes look far away and his jaw drops. Number two. which is for speedier offerings, finds Gene look- ing not unlike an outfielder trjir.s to catch a fly ball with the sun in his eyes. When he starts beating out not numbers of iemfic intens- ity, hss expression is practically m- i descnbable. The Krtipa aggregation will play at the Lethbridge Arena under I.O. D.E. auspices. Ticket buyers are; urged to MSII Brown's Music Store _ early to avoid disappointment. TWO ONLY SUGAR BEET TRAILERS Our usual heavy construction; MCLAUGHLIN GARAGE and Auto Wreckers chapter, presented, on behalf of the Calgary chapter a Sne addition 1? J the local chapter's library. He also, on behalf of the Alberta society, presented Don Brownngg. Harrey Greenway. Jack Lakie and John i Williams. C-A.. with their cerufi- j cates as registered industrial ac- j couritants. A brief message was given by Fred Ougden. the provincial secre- j tary and greetings aiso were extend- j ed from the Calgary chapter by i Messrs. Bowsher and j _____ Brummitt: Grace Bernice j Adamson vs. Edward Claude Adam- j son: Sylvia mngrrian Newell vs. I Matt Moore Newell; Harrison vs. i Harrison: Legothia Elizabeth Smith I vs. Ralph Vincent Smith: James j Baldwin vs. June Ann Baldwin: Stephen H. Solesar vs. Margaret i Kolesar; John Arthur Booth vs. Blanche Booth. All will become ab- j solute in three months. Watch These 4 Teething-Time Troubles Of Baby Don't Jet roar fret and lose dorlnic teethinc time. Get a box of Baby's Qvrn Tablets nsed 30 for over 40 years by mothers. They help atreetcn sour little macns. clear oat harmful wastes that mafce baby fretful and restless, relieve diar- rhea due to dipestzve upsets. Then baby's subsides and four tiny one drifts ofT into sleep. No "sleeky" no dnilingr effect. They can be used -with fell confidence. Sas- Hy crushed to a powder if desired- Be on the safe your dragsut todar Baby's Own Tableta. Tonight's Fastball Games at the Henderson Fastball first of the junior league playoffs between the Columbus Club Shastas and the No. 3 Dodgers. A total-run series, the second game will be played tomorrow night. Shastas eli- minated the L.CX team to win a place against the Dodgers, wha gained top spot m league alay. For the floodlight event wie Wool- worths girls" team will tangle the Eaton's club. UpHtS Diarrhea RENFREW CREAM SEPARATORS AH Moms Barrett HARD W-IRE 833x20 750x20 USED TIRES Trimbles For Tires 31S-llth St. S. Phone 2007 FARMERS Crops that are hail damaged are bard to insure. Place your hail insurance now. Be Wise, Insure With Ives Hail Insurance MERRILL AGENCIES Metcalfe Phone WT4 Sold at all Draj and Dept. Stores Dist. flaymond and Ryder 1947 Charles St.. Vancouver Hastings 3455-R FIELD DAY The Dominion Experimental Farm Service will hold a Field Day at District Experiment Sub-Station NOBLEFORD ON THE FARM OF CHKIS T. WITHAGE WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26 AT 2 MOTION" for Tomorrow. RESCUE W. Platt. Domsr.ion Experimental Station, Saift Cuner.t. THE IMPORTANCE OF SAWFL.Y CONTROL L. Neilson, Dominion EntomoJogical Laborator.. Lethbndge. SOIPLE FARM ACCOUNTING AND INCOME TAX Dr. C. C. Spence. Dominion Economics Division. Edmonton. FIELD fly Resistant Wheat Varieties. Implement. Speed Jr. Relation to Soil Dri'tir.g Control. Snerg- ency Memoes to Control Soil Drifting. TOR THE HOUSE THAT SAVES STEPS Miss La Alberta Extension Service, Edmonton SPEND AN INTERESTING AFTERNOON WITH YOUR NEIGHBORS THE NEW FRAZER ROTOHLLER WILL ARRIVE SOON THE GARDEN TRACTOR YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW TO ASSURE EARLY DELIVERY OPPEL MOTORS Seventh Street and Second Ave. S. Lethbridge. .Vita. DANCE AT RAINBOW TONIGHT ROYAL ALBERTANS ORCHESTRA Mr. Farmer: Mr. Rancher: Haying Time Is Here We can supply you with Stacker Repairs Buck Rake Teeth Skid Timbers 30-ft. Cedar Poles T tops ATLAS LUMBER CO., LTD. 1602 3RD AVE. SOUTH SIMPLIFIED SKIN CARE l to do the most fat the ?kin in the shortest mea- sure of time. OcimJnc Crura. 125 so jO Tonic, so Crc-am, to 3.15 Oil. to 1.40 Feslbcr Fotratixuoa A. M. SUTHERLAND DRUG COMPANY Marquis Hotel NEWSPAPER! SPAPERl ;