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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1946 WONT KNOW WHEN WAR STARTS 4.4.4. UNTIL 5 YEARS AFTER HOSTILITIES BEGUN THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE NINE Br HOWARD Vf. BLAKESLKB (Associated Press Science Reporter) KEW YORK. May new tvpe of nuclear war, using in- j visiole" atomic rajs so secret tnat man might know nothing of its Mart, is forecast by Erecenck Joliot, France's foremost phvsicist. Dr. Joliot :s one of tHe first two or three scientists to discover that a chain reaction could be produced in uraEuusi. This discovery, rather than that of splitting atoms, led to bombs, atomic power and radto- say producuon. His forecast appears in Use current issue of the bulletin of the atomic scientists, Chicago, and is Ircun a talk he made la London. "In the future." Dr. Joliot says, "a country feeling secure through having in" its possession a hundred atomic bombs one day be warned by its statisticians: five wears' now" they will sav. 'the number of abortions in the central districts has giwn zo sucn propor- tions that, there is net one normal birth in sis. in the coastal peris the drought m the north has de- prived the country of a quarter of its electrical "Official headquarters and par- liamentarians -Bill pore these figures and will find out explana- tion several jears war has been waged against their country ivith immense destruction and a considerable number of victims. Yet no one haa known that hostilities had broken out" The sterility tnat Dr. Jolzot men- tions would come from X-rajs o- radioactiie atomic materials, se- cretK spread about by enemy agents He does not mention that there also would be other human injuries, nor explain hoar a coun- try ought fail to recognize the signs. Dr. Joliot does not tel! how hos- tile iires "aould be started or the weather controlled. But he declares that "one dav the Pacific applica- tions of this bomb doubtless could be used to transform the surface of large portions of the earth, to make clouds and to bring down remember the sum we are asked gne will be our donation three In that time we can. gne' quite a large donation, if we do so by putxng aside a small amount each tieeiL. Fifteen cents a week will cause no inconvenience to anjose and is three jears -sill amount to 40. This is a verv small amount than a package of cig- arettes. Yet if we all make the ef- fort to keep >t in mind, the amount needed by the church will easily be raised, and God's work will be doae effectnelj. Christadelphian Eectesia At our Sundav morning sen ice at 11 ajn, the Epistle of Paul to the Thessalomans nil! be considered. One of hii precepts. "Let us not sleep, as do o'ngrs. but let us watch aad bf sober." visll be the basis of the remarks bv Mr. Blacker. Sunday School at 12-30 p.m. At our evening service at 7.30 Sir. S T. Batsford will spsak upon the subject. The great need of to- day A hope sure and steadfast. Wnere can "ae find it'" Wednesday eiening at 8 pjn. Biole Class. Dina ui six. iJu lu-es are destroying the over huge areas. Church Activities Christian Science The Christian Science church will hear a lesson-sermon dealing with tne topic. "Mortals ard im- It is taken from the Bible and from Science and Health with Key to Scriptures, b> Mary Baker; Eddr. The golden texi from 2 Cor- inthians 5-16, reads. "Henceforth! know no man after tne f1 thougft we known Chris: after the flesh, jet neaceiortn know him no more." tatter Day Saints At the church Sundav the Lethbndge S-ake Surday Siiool convention will be held with aele- ga'es present irom all parts of the stake and representatives from the general ooard m Salt Lake City aere as sneakers. There will be a meeting for executives at 10 ajn. and a general session at 2 pjn. The ward Sundav School will DC held as usual followed by priesthood meet- ing and m the evening the Salt Lake board members -Rill be the speakers. All will be welcome. St. Mary's Chnrch, Anglican Parents are hereoy mfonneo. that beginning Sunday, Mav 19, the cial interest to the youth. The choir, under the direction of Mrs. G. Brown, will sing "O Lord Most Holly" The Sunday School nill meet at the regular hour, 12.15. At the eieamg service Rev E. Garnn will speak on the subject. "The Saviour of the World." The, choir antnem wii be "Great and; Marvellous" and there will be a selected solo. The Diamond Jubilee Anniver-1 sarv services will be held on Mavj F. S. Pa. D, oe the anniversary preacher j Alliance Tabernacle At the 11 o'clock service Sarsdai j morning the message will oe on', 'Palms and The evening message "Heaven's Only is tne answer to the I question "-Hom can I get to" The missionary oonven-1 tion begins June 5. First I'mted The pastor has chosen for the morning subject "The Garden of and for evening The Elixir of The junior Church School nil! meet alwavs In the mo'iungs. First and third Sun- dsvs of tne montri it will meet at 9.45 ajn. and on second, fourth and fifth Sundav s. at 10.45 ajn, wit a the congregation. This change is made because pup-Is and teachers alike are fresner in mind and body the morning than in the after- noon. Captains are at present being chosen and oickicg their teams of five members each to canvass the parish for funds for the Advance Appeal. The quota of parisn is S600 and we have vears to raise it canvassers call nlease English Lutheran "A Lesson on Praver" wli the sermon suojec: at tne Lutheran church Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Questions such as these will be treated. Whv is prav-er jyglect- ed' Does God answer every prayer? Waat does it mean to pray In Christ's name' The Sunaav school meets at the church at At 2 30 a Lutheran service will be beld at the Anglican in Macleod. St. Andrew's Presbyterian I This is Emnire Youtn Sunday The morning tJ'erce be of spe- ST. MARY'S CHURCH (Anglican) Corner 6th Ave. and 12th St. C K. Sunday, May 19th, 1946 8 Communion. 9-45 School. 11-00 and Sermon 7.30 and Ser- choir will lead the praise in the morning. For the earing service the senior choir irill be in cnarge. and -jnll sing the antcems, "Lord I haie Loved the Habitation of Thy (G. W. and "Thou "Wilt Keep Him in Perfect Peace-