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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWlSLtVE" THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD SATURDAY, APRIL Mrs. C Shrumm Gives Crow's Nert Product to and. South America Also Want Coal But Stocks Are Not Available 1_ New Aviation urns China To Build Hangar -r -sr OBT STAFF I COAST STATES April -S. Coal Besides recent? reqiiffsts for coal from a Eumoer cf overseas ee-on- 1 tries this field has orders from tne Pacific coast and a tonnage is os-ng shipped there. the Crop's Nest; Pas; is going to Chins, this spring and it could also be going to some Sarooean South Amencsn countries as if eocenes had any coal to Kjare. But- they have not. "3ven lie orders filled by shipments to China -.ravelled abcr-t this field before "3 taker" cotilc oe Joans! 5 __ rhe lirsc time re- that ccsl iron -pass compare SSLS; i -toners first tens of ccai from rrrfs in tins! always. jicir! to banker Russian He regarded the trace as ships dunns the Second-of Great, War. "The coal is not ?vailab> for the requests trojn Scrape and Sotitn America "Ki'nDut lonj-estsblished customers snort explained so. ofticia- of cne larce .stands to reason s temrorar cSi asay (Special to The Seid recentlj "purchased., located straight north of the buildins of s hangar 40 by 28 leet will be commenced in the future. The land will be usec as a licensed commercial airport. Application for incorporation of Bulicck Aviation I-ta. has beer. mace with the government, a sapitahzstion of S20.WQ- A. K Bul- lock is presiaent and E. J. Bullock. vice-president, and secretar. Tre Litter will also be chief flvtns in- structor for commercial fljmg rst- tisn. He served for four vears in tne R.C.AJF. in the war. A Fleet-Canuck tr-slmr? plane has been ordered for use by the comparsy. COAZJPAI.S. O2fS> members and :hree guess answered the roll call last Wednesday, after- noon iocs! Uruted CJiureh Readymade Ends Season With Win Propose Stocking Pothole Coulee Lake With Fish The Readyrnade Comets_ wound ?y presidir-g Mrs. 1 their season ii charge of de- an all-star votionais. took for her tei.c "Ye' Southern Alberta Basketball League. Creighton, and Mrs. C. Gordon gave a fine paper on the Lfe of a mission- ary's wife. Mrs Sam HigmMKham. the former Miss Ethe: a ho her htisband ;is in charge of a leper colonj in Insis. Mrs. C. Snrjrrsj. delegate to the Hea Deer TV.M.S conference. MAGKATH. (HXS) At a. recent meetias of Ci.ecutive bodj- of itagrath Ked znd Gait Club, it was. decided to hold a meeting m the Assembly hall on Aoril n for ihe onrpose of talking the possibility of stocking the proposed Pot Hole Coulee 0am with game AU dabs in the south interred in this project arc ako inxUcd to attend, and a program has been amnsed to take up the evening in an interesting manner. ______ _ Communications have been time saw the Comets leading 34-13. ed to Unlimited, sad it is to The game uas fast ail the way be honed thai one of their repre- and the Ail-Siars uere hamnered by wiU be on hana to aa- a definite adiantace in smooth fin- ish under the basket Joe Toyama, despite a spraraec ankle, u-as back to esirly season form and played bnll-antiy. Kail Bounty Offered For Bird SEVES PEKSOSS. (HXS) The araoim: of has been don- ated by the govertaaeni. ol the pro- vince for the purpose of extermin- ating erovis and magpies within tlie province. Ilie campaign is under ibe adinjrassratioa of tils Pssli and Game Five cents mil be paid for each pair of crow or magpie feet ttameti in. School pupate siiQUicS be able to make amount, of pocket money here as the pests are very numerous in Has district. "t a few months' Natal-Michel Men MRS. C. A. WILLIAMSON BURIED AT CHAMPION 'AX'. (HNS) Mrs. Chris- lira Ann of Champion passed awav ra me Yulcan hcspi- tal. Sunday, Aprd T. ioUowtiK: s she 'R'as bom tn Scotland, where she was married to the iate VT S. son sn 1502 She came with her hus- band to Canaca the foliowms year. The couple lived for scese sii. years at Senscorth. and later homesieaded m Saskatchewan 'S'S. wnen thev came to 3Leih- tndge. In 1918 they tnored to Champion. Mrs. "Wiiliamson was Past "Worthy ehtnrh and for 20' vesrs in charge cf ihe Champion telephone otfice. Sne -nrss nrede-j ceased by her hnsoand in 1324. Mrs. J. C. Anderson. Cnampion. Sirs V.ctoria. 3 C rao Bisters. Mrs. D. Csnkpy. Creston, 3 C ilrs, Glassof, Scotland. Funerai senses Trere held from tne hall at Cnampion (.O budgets, and if you gtre your best to the worid. the best of the uorld come back to Mis. Shrtimm need for sor Joe Toyama vias high "scorer for i sanctuary the thought the Comers tilth 15 points. His bro- j that a for ihe i ther. Toki Toyama was high scorer ing waterfowl might Boston Whips Vancouver 9-6 Yamabe 9. Kanashiro 7. Reimer S. i Palaces' riiano. Mrs. Greer took charge of the---------. Mission Band. joined Earsany 6. Miner a and the ladies dtinns the social hour.! T Toj-ania Mescames C Snnimm snd Nishnr-ura 5 G OtiiifO 6, ,r. on ThiiTiday Rev. P. son FEKNIE BKIEFS FSHN1E. Mrs. ;--rr cf was I XATAL. B C. Among the Istesi Xatal-Michs-i senicemen to recer.e honoranle discnarges the services is Robert Dorsuy. Natal, who enlsted Hi 1940 He saw senice in Canada for over a vear and over fotir years in the United KinsQom and northwest Europe He was with the famed Regiment. Others discharged recently are: i William Revnoics. MicneL wno en- 1 hsted m July. 1941. He saw service for over a vear in Canaca before v.-nicn included I Cardston officials threw it out. Davis sened a dami> lunch, several cf the lacies ENJOY PLAT IRON SPRINGS CHXS> A with moto and Tomiyama 2. Finished Second The Comets finished second in the Northern Division of the South- Alberta "B" Basketball league I br of a 40-38 loss to ucaUy over around here for read- eats "of the town after ooenmg day of ihe season has passed. The project o: stocking the dam VAKCOCVER. April C. br Pentti Land, na- tive of FinlaBd. who scared three soals, the Boston Olympics Fri- day night overwhelmed Yancon- Ter Canocks 9-S win the first same of the best-of-seven scries for the United States senior amateur hockey championship. Second game will be pSayed here 1 Mondar. j laind. who played last year with! a Toronto squad, also got, one as- sist. Pete Babando, former starj with the Galr. Ont_ Red Wings Hamilton Tigers Leave For West HAMILTOK, April 13. C? Hamiltoa Tigers, eastern Canada; senior hockey champions, will leaie; tonight by rail for iheir Ailaii cno championship senesj against either Calgary or Trail, B.C.; B.C. A civic send-off, including a bans.. miU speed hockey's -old mea" on. their way. Fifteen persons mU make: the trip, 12 Coach George Hedding, a trainer. and a suck boy. Regina In Fever REGINA, April 13. The. Allan cup opener here is six days a-sray bat already Begins has a ingh hockey fever, a fact vrhich caused the executive of Qaeen Coy Gardens so an emergency meering; and lay dosm rules and regulations about the ticket sale. Declaring "if the nnk held we would still be unable to fill de- mand for tickets." Presidens J. V.r. Hamilton said the ticket sale would begm next, Monday fast night ticket the city halL Mr Hamilton said season ticket holders would get their regular no one can get more than four tickets; ss> telephone orders will be taken and "standing room __ __ _ _________uriU be alloted mail order and city fish has been the desire customers once all seats have been gOms overseas, to the hospital Wednesday evenms west. Eurcpe. for an emergency appendis opera- jy je" Matron, of the Champion O-E5. tion. and a mssiber of the Church Dr. CampbeH is conmec to Aid. She wss a very acu-.e home with tne "3'J. n sora" 19 months in action in north- He overseas near- r- to see present. the Carmangay i ihe_r three-act j j aJav. Manv The play I "J Michel acted and very much en- J his IMaT ill i Joyed. The students union. I sponsored the play, served susper ai 6 o'clock to the actors, and were s Comets plajed a tola! of IS gasSLes vear. winning 15 and 3 exhibition The suggestion of making pleasure resort at ihe dam site has been discussed. Remember READY TO SERYE YOU A HE borrowing of fbnds to finance the building or baying of a borne is a matter that requires expert advice. Yon can interview The Mutual Life Loan Representative confident that }on will re- ceive prompt service, and complete information regarding THE NATIONAL HOUSING ACT or o MUTUAL MONTHLY MORTGAGE Wf toggutl thai you coaaaunicatt -with THE FORSTER AGENCY Sherlock tetntniflge, Alberta THE Pijone 2733 MUTUAL 11FE M. or CANADA AMMBa Waterloo, Ontario Established 1869 service uas in Canada Fred lapsack. Natal, who enrolled in June. 1S42. AU his service was in Canada m the engineering corps i Joseph Deiuca. Michel, who en- j listed in the engineers m June. 1942. AU his service was in Canada. William Ssher. Natal, who en- listed in the artillery corps m Janu- arv, 1942. He later traissierred to the infantry corps. Besides service in Canada "he span; nearly a year overseas. i also responsible for the dance HONOR BRIDE-TO-BE XATAZX B.C. Juniors Beat Girls In the preliminary, the Ready- made Juniors beat the High School girls 14-12 in overtime. The same was fast aad hard fought. "The smaller boys were fest- er our couldn't break through the strong girls' defence. However, the j boys did some fine back-checking TH-pvenred manv 3. score. :or the the girls were crowned wivh success. However, the ITS fought to hold their lead and