The Ottawa Citizen from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on October 10, 1949 · 12
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Monday, October 10, 1949
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Pase 12 THE OTTAWA CITIZEN, OTTAWA, CANADA Monday, October 10, 1949 Christian Science Lesson Sermon ARE SIN. DISEASE, AND DEATH REAL?" was the subject of the Lesson Sermon which was read in all churches of Christ, Scientist, throughout the world, including First Church of Christ, Scientist, Ottawa on Sunday, Oct. 8, 1949. The Golden Text was: "God be merciful unto us, and bless us; and cause his face to shine upon us; that thy way may be known upon earth, thy saving health among all nations." (Psalms 67:1.2). Selections from the Bible Included the following from John 5:2.5-9: "Now there is at Jerusalem by the sheep market a pool, which is called in the Hebrew tongue Bethesda, having five porches. And a certain man was there, which had an infirmity thirty and eight years. When Jesus saw him lie. and knew that he had been now a long time in that case, he saith unto him. Wilt thou be made whole? The impotent man answered him. Sir, I have no man, when the water is troubled, to put me into the pool: but while I am coming, another . steppeth down before me. Jesus faith unto him. Rise, take up thy bed. and walk. And Immediately the man was made : whole, and took up his bed. and walked. Correlative citations from the Christian Science text-book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy, included the following from page 230: If sickness is real, it belongs to immortality; if true, it is a part of Truth. But if sickness and sincere Illusions, the awakening from this mortal dream, or illusion, will bring us into health, holiness, and immortality. This awakening is the forever coming of Christ, the advanced appearing of Truth, which casts out error and heals the sick." Minister From Page One To members of the committee, the principal of a United Church Theological College had described Mr. Griffith as "one of the most promising preachers in the denomination who, in a few years will be an outstanding leader," an opinion corroborated by the dean of a famous Canadian university. Officials Impressed Dr. Alcock told the meeting that several Chalmers officials had heard Mr. Griffith preach in Montreal this summer and, "all of them had been impressed by his sermons, the way he conducted the service and his grasp of the essentials of the faith." Although reluctant to leave a building scheme the Grimsby Church has In hand, Mr. Griffith had expressed willingness to accept the call to Chalmers, if offered. He will be In Ottawa on Wednesday of this week to meet the official board and look over the situation. The minister-elect is married. Numerically, financially and in prestige, Chalmers is one of the treat congregations in the United Church of Canada, and the fact that It has had only three ministers in its long history, demonstrates the loyalty of the people to their spiritual leaders. Rev. J. R. Urquhart, assistant to Dr. Woodside. presided, with James R. MacGregor acting as congregational secretary. Theft From Page One peared in Hull court and was also remanded to Wednesday; Sonny Viau. 19. of Uplands, eriginally held for questioning and row charged with theft from summer cottages at Constance Bay. Remanded Saturday, he will appear in Carleton County Magis Open AH Pay Wednesday trate's Court Tuesday morning. Henderson and Beland are held in Hull jail with Viau in county jail here. The fourth man, de tained for questioning, is being held in Ottawa. Hundreds of stolen articles ranging from clothing and jewelry to cameras and radios, are piling up in the Hull Police Station. At least one-third of the recovered goods have been identified, police reported. Some $500 worth of goods were added over the week-end to the $1,500 stack of items already re covered. Arrest of Viau came early Saturday morning when Hull Detec tives Jacques Charron. Auguste Anderson and George Dompierre together with Ontario Provincial Constables Frank Patterson and Ray Dowe took him into custody about 5 o'clock. Police officials paid special trl bute to Detective Charron, in charge of the Hull end of the in vestigatlon. and Constable Patterson. Detective Charron has been at work on the case with little sleep since last Thursday morning, while Constable Patterson has continued on the investigation despite the fact his holidays were scheduled to start on the week-end. Boy From Page One In addition to his parents, Andre is survived by four -brothers, Ray mond, 14, Jean, 9, Bernard. 8. and Marcel, 5, and four sisters, Louise, 13, Micheline, 10, Nicole, 7, and Margarete, 2. . Body of the boy was taken to Emond Funeral Home. Funeral ar rangements had not been com pleted Sunday night. Frontal From Page One The third tariff conference will be held next September, but the meeting place was not disclosed A committee of contracting parties to the Annecy agreement has been drawing up plans for the 1950 conference and its recommendations now are being considered by the contracting governments. Wilgress said the Annecy agree ment is unlike any other tariff treaty. It is the first agreement to incorporate schedules provid ing for reduction of duties and other trade barriers by each of the contracting parties in favor of all others contracting. The general agreement had been drawn up to implement the results of multilateral trade negotiations conducted at Geneva in 1947. These had resulted in 23 countries contracting. The Annecy negotiations were to enable additional countries to accede to the agreement. And as a result, suid Wilgress, " we may expect to see accession of 10 new countries, bringing the number of contracting parties up to a total of 33, including the most Important trading countries and representing a very lagre proportion of world trade." , Pending the date when the char ter for the International trade orr ganlzation comes into force. Wilgress said, ' the parties to the Annecy agreement are proving " be a positive force in the direction of recreating world prosperity." y y. II Students ... h FOUNTAIN PENS and PENCILS Largest stock of Parker, Sheaf fer and Waterman Pens and i-B Pencils in Eastern Ontario. II Instruments Limited v 240 SPARKS STREET PHONE AND FREIMAN'S Freiiman (Thanksgiving Day) Austria From Page One The latest count on distribu tion of seats in the lower house of the new parliament gave the People's party 71. the Socialists 66, the League of Independents 10 and the Communists 2. The chamber has a total membership of 165. In the 1945 elections the People's party won 85 seats, the Socialists 76 and the Communists four. The polls opened at 7 a.m. and closed at 5 p.m. in Vienna and 6 p.m. in the provinces. Interior Ministry officials said they had heard of no incidents to mar a quiet day of voting. It also appeared there had been little if any pressure on the vot ers by any of the four occupying powers. One of the first districts to report from the Russian occu pation zone showed the anti-Communist People's party and So cialists leading. The League of Independents was third and the Communist party fourth. Snow From Page One Hundreds of suburban residents were marooned by the 10-inch rain which flooded homes and halted traffic. The water was five feet deep in some sections. The first heavy snowfall of the year pelted a wide area, in Montana, Wyoming. Colorado and portions of Nevada, Utah and Idaho. It trapped hunters in the central Idaho forested area, drifted roads shut and stalled hundreds of automobiles. The storm cleared Saturday night, leaving one dead and two missing. Prompt rescue work by road and forest crews freed many automobiles, 'officials said. The snow ranged up to a foot in depth in Idaho. Below-freezing temperatures were recorded in the area for two nights. Saturday temperatures plum meted to 19 degrees at Cut Bank, Mont., and record lows for the date were recorded at other Western points. " In contrast, residents in parts of the Midwest and East sweltered in Indian summer weather. The mercury rose to 87 in Chicago, highest for the date ever recorded here. Seminary From Page One the audience that during his "ad limina" visit to Rome, Pope Pius had granted a special blessing for the cornerstone. The ceremony opened with a procession of all priests who had received decorations from Pope Pius. . Headed by His Excellency, the procession moved to the specially prepared platform where the actual stone laying took place. The platform and walks were decorated with flags. The choir of the Ottawa Sem inary was present tinder the direc tion of Rev. H. Guindon and sang during the ceremony. Among others attending were Chief Justice T. Rinfret, Con troller Paul Tardif. Canon J. A. Carriere, Hull, Canon R. Martin, i i OTTAWA 2-2696 Cyrville, Canon J. A. Laflamme, Sarsfield. , Canon R. Glaude, Wrightville; Msgr. O. Lalonde, parish priest at the Basilica; Msgr. J. E. Secours, Alexandria; Msgr. A. Chaloux. superior of the Ottawa Grand Seminary; Msgr. H. Chartrand, vicar general of the diocese; Msgr. P. E. Brunet of the Archbishop' s Palace; Rt. Rev. Msgr. G. D. Prudhqmme. parish priest of St. Patrick's Church; Canon R. Limoges, Orleans; Canon J. D. Brousseau, Montebello; Msgr. C. Beaudry, former Catholic chaplain of the Canadian Army. Week From Page One United Steelworkers Union (CIO) threatens to spread to the fabricating companies which employ 500,000 of the union's members. The fabricating contracts start running out Saturday. The fabricators, who make everything from refrigerators to hairpins, buy their raw materials from the basic steel companies. A strike at midnight Oct. 17 faces the giant Aluminum Company of America unless it reaches a contract with the steelworkers for its 20,000 workers. The sieelworker demands against steel, the fabricators and aluminum are more or less the same. They want company-paid pensions and insurance. The U.M.W. leader will meet Wednesday with Touthern opera tors in Charleston, W.Va., and Northern, Western and steel company representatives in White Sulphur Springs, W.Va. 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