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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD SATURDAY, APRIL 13.1946 U.S. Government Concerned Over Mexican Ball Controversy f "oTerSovr Iree agents" Ainencan- pla-.ers uould be available to e s" league to "help ceveZop in basebalL" X, April A senate department saic Thursday the United Srases baseball show some of a cesire to clean up" differences v-in. the Mexican league. v Controversies over American play- ers entering into agreements TkfMciran leagae officials are m. tjrjsg relations "ose or our and best said cfSc-s. ca: home there. "We carry other spins aes vita Mexico is school ana coJege no ties b_t DCj-eijaL sq'-abole make it to continue these assar-s-'ons A. 3 Chancier "e tc CIO Braids haie clcsely lolicrarec si tie zssnr. "Basebafl fe tosish on the sjjd. "We trr to build up goodwill and thi? sort of thm; tears is doKis- The cer- Tavrilr ml. :v angrv o'.er menrs ES tr.3.e to that b-s-saors tccre ga vt1" on ti-e-r hirsL Steshens' real com- plLn-, from m i-ie papers, iras thai ne cisa't ryl at Sleiica- nac: so mns cic-a' a or a: i i-jss tn? of mere reachec :i.j. "1 21 cer: _n o_r d-ssrders anc breaches al- ij. reports the I'm sure uie-. oSjs_I reports Church Activities froa Page Xroe course, Mr Browr: sing sr-me so a nappj sssurec a" wbo atteno. Al; -.ouns oeople are inMted :s the meeting on Tuescav evening at 730 An interesting pro- gran; is be special recosni'.on of Week the zo ce broadcast CJOC on at 10J39 oc'oek. Tbe seri.ce vnl_ be conciuctec M. Ward, ana the cf-c-r renaer It is one or a series arrangec fr> On "VVecmescav S o clock the Service Tsrill sheme of the passun oi' Lore. On Pnday moraine at 11 First Baptist a rr_mber of other caurcnes in a -Gooc service ar Sours- minuter Un.tee Ch'urch. I Crowds Startled To See Alexander In Engine Cab Dons Overalls and Locomotive or Regal Train on 20-Mile Run Vice- St. The Parish Confirmation will be helc at St Augustus's tomght iSat- a- S pjs. Confirmation can- imps, h-pa or sp _ sv Vr-v GUARANTEE) SMITVI MANUFACTURING COMPANY ISTC 1SS3 D3T. 17 OKI. Xaan-.vh-le Clark GrifS: o: Seria'a-s. sa'c he KOic to in MeiJco, it oe cone, Tae step be the fonnrs- of a gooa. so'_nd nan." He lots o: cidatto one members or the choir are to assemole in tne paristi Re'ie-erd H. H. Itagg MA. DJ5. Lore Bishop oi Calsan, rs'palm and rhe B-shoo will be tl'e ceiebrant at Comrrumon at 8 ajn. mem- Ders of the A YJP.A vJI make their Corporate Communion, and hoio a areakfost aftersrards. The vnll tsreacn at Morning Prajer at i 11 am., when the socCial Pahn iSunday music will include the an- them, "Benecictus Q'-n bj after ser- vice all memoers of the lestrj, hr Vapor-SealInsulation i> criginsl asphalt Icsinatcd iosalatiag board. Fcr innde end ceHings or as a roof isssleicr f sr ioih-tip it is crol- m -vanoos indthc, nixes and tHck- iorcpcdSc Jaxsl-Bocid coa- Ttdtzs, struc- ture! itrrnglfc cad moisture rtsisttmce. It i> easily applied ij', coaiisri aadiaetsariag Th-B? Or 15 of 8iultiific Products iuniHsC of is, Canada Totck Bsrr Insul- Sidictgs >ers ae for Juoilee Dhotograahs. It is raost po-tant uiat ad be oreseat. and that members cf the cxnoir anc or tne Servers Guild DC robed in cas- sock and surplice. Ar Eveasong the m'jsic -Vfill include "The Stc-v of the tne ser- mon" win be preached ny ihe rec- ior of the parish. Eoly Week arraaaements In- clude' the oailv services for chil- oren from Monday to Thursday in- clusive, ar 8.20 ajn., and on Good at 10 a-m. DaHv celeara- tion "of the Holy Commumon at 930 a try, esceps Good 3iid- Week aevorions ana aaaress on "The Last Dsj-s of Our on Sartn on "Wedaesdav, at 5 Tilth brtjadcasi 01 er CJOC, "Wednesday I evening, st D.m. On Gooc 'Fndav tne DeTocions of the Three Hours -nnil he held from noon to 3 p.m.. and on Easter tcere -vsnU be a service of creuaranon for Eolv CGmmnaion at 7JO pxo. Full detaiis for Easier services -Kill be found in the church buileKn, arid on this page aezt Saturday. As Palm Sunday be the car of the Bishop's visitapon to trus pansn. ir is expected that all loyal ueonle" atend one of The services at -which the Bishop i TFiU be present, viz, 8 a.m. or II ajtu Navy Opens Its Recruiting Drive OTTAWA, April 13 Kavsl semce headouarters has an- nounced tne opening of a onve tc mng the peacetime Hoial Cana- dian Xarr T.p to a strength of officers ana men. Strengtn of me pennfiiieiit force aoTT is comparea 'sitn 1774 m 1939. a sistemen; said, ana recruirs oe sought from, among ooth reserrisis honoraoly disehargea or still in semce or rrom young men previotis naval rorairuig. Eecniitjig be Qone tarough divisional headquarters ar Port Artaur, Winnipeg. Hegma. SasEfltoon. Calgary. Samontorr, Tancouver ana "Fictona. OTTAWA llsrOO3 r After Office phone OTTAWA, April ccnnec at Mort JaL. anc took the throttle of tne 195-ton palling the O'tawa-boiJic special ana croie in to Rimouski. a distance of 20 miles. The general "sras fsl-oaing an olc ana re- on the specie! uho as correspondents to his MeCiterranear: heaccusners recaliec often special tram in Italv. On ihe short joiimev to Hi- Viscount Alexander cis- c-ssec questions authority with George Mann" of CampbeJlton. SE.C Fireman Joseoh St. latjrenr of Hjviere cu Ijoup, Que Sngmeer Alexander slammed otjen the Sreoos. read oraers. tao blasrs on the ard prepared to null out for the 20-mjle run from Mont Joli to Rrmouski. asked for a p.cture and the governor a bia hunk of waste to off his hancs anc the cameras a pleased grin. He started tae tram and the prsorogrspaers and reporters jumped from a perch on a b-. sox car and ran for their car scrambling 111 a heap as the train gathered speed. be left "behind. palled the cord and Sngmeer Aiescander brought his charge to an easy stop. AH on ooard, he started again with four min- utes to make tin. He palled into Sunoiisk! on the cot a we-conung d -a ho t a: recog- rr. traaitionai b-ue denim of an engine When he -BUS spot'ed the crows a p-essec cheer sna lie liaiec as he eased rhe nine- car special a s'op. Iran Independents iln Manoeuvres I Calgary Auto Firms Charged On Car Deals CALGARY, April total of 101 charges "sas laid against three Calgarv automobile firms in 1 police cottr: in connection with seLin? cars aixne tne ceihns prices. Tne charges followed by "Wartime Prices and Trace Boarc ofncials ana B.C. I m ar effor- to stamp out the I black market in automobile sales i cases remandec Magistrate I. F Pitch to April 26. j Plea was reserved in all cases Charged are ixamonc Mo-ors 'Uc U9 Richard DllJa- I baugh. director of Diamorc Motors as m the alleged of- Ifenses O9 A'las Harold VTeston. manager George Shoults anc Paul Kansen. Kroonetors of I Geo-se's irsea car cepst. v2S charges i They were flying a single-ecgined I em flying Searching aircraft monoplane carrying a radio range receiving set but no transmitter. It is ursdersxxxi tiie plane, owned by O. Wmchell of Anchor- age, Alaska, was en route TO Anch- orage. The smali ship said to been -well equipped for north- a report from Joe Wald of Whitelaw, 170 sales norta and -rest of Edmonton, that he hao seen the missing plane Monday. Meantime R-C-Ai1- officials they had no new developments la. the" search to report. TEHEAX Atjnl tr Ssc mm-' ister" cl t-ie northern Iran pro- of Azerbaijan which hcs nouaciG its au-onomv and set '-P an independent so-.emsaent said thai 500 Pedavia ,t will hold "nxanoeuvres." i I before the ceraocrat, parliament in Azerbaijan's camtal' at Tabra he urcred the creation of Nine Aircraft Including Lankie Seek Lost Plane He describee as -nonsense a EDMOXTOX. AarJ Xine aircraft, including an RCJLF. Lan- caster and a United Slates ancy air force Catatooa. are TJOW can- oucung an mtensiried search for -o craft nussmg since it left j for Grande Prairie 253 miles to the P-shevan said. "We need -o ae- northwest. and divide the Planes flving ror-hem routes lancf arnon" oeasants Former irere asked to -aatch for the missing Tehran governments fesrrd to make aircraft, aboard were t-aof CAKE Fdt YOUK TIKES TODAY AS YOU MEVEK DID TiAe MAWKINSON TREADS WKICR, liCAUSt OF THE OF f LAST LOHCER KUN COOLER GIVE TRACTION the strong and I ce- liberatelv caiised stcrvauon.'' j brorhers. D. of Waukesha. and E OF MCEDEE, Cola., Annl 13 convicted of second degree murcer is the Death of her three j ear old steason, Hoben. j isrhom the state accused her of beanng fatally. ilrs EUios heard the verdict that could i mean 10 jears to Me in prison. _ _ HAWKINSON TREAD TOM'S TIRE SHOP 518 FIFTH STREET SOUTH PHOSE 2233. ACR That's all; A single crust of bread for the whole day! Unbelievable? Yon cannot believe it because you have never seen the broken farms, the silent shells of factories and the empty shop windows of because you have never seen the barren lands of China and India, teeming with starving millions. r. and because, to you, a crust of bread seems so little. BREAD... Can vre refuse to share when -we so much? Can we refuse to fill the hand that Canada Is stretch- ing to the A crust of bread, for those who are lucky enough to find that crust, is not enough. Be glad we're sharing oar food supply with a stricken world. faL 0CW SPAPFRf ;