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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE IEIHBRIDGE HERAID Thursday, Docombor 10, 1970 CHRISTMAS RECIPE Graham Kerr, better known to millions of TV viewers around the world as the "Gal- loping fakes lime out of a hectic schedule fo join nurse Valerie Williams in a cake tasting ceremony on the set of his TV show. The ceremony marks the launch- ing of the Canadian Tuberculosis and Respiratory Disease Associations. 44lh annual Christmas Seal Campaign. Design theme of this year's colorful sea! is the three wise men. Graham Kerr enthusiastically supports the Christmas Seal Campaign and advises Canadians to sprinkle seals liberally on all holiday mail. "They may not be too he commented, "but they are a fool-proof recipe for better health." Christmas Seals support year round research and education in the fight against emphysema, chronic bronchitis, and tuberculosis. The 1970 campaign runs from Nov. JO Jan. 31. Western coal industry is revived by Japanese J JL TORONTO (CP) The West- The federal department of en- ern Canadian coal industry is I ergy, mines and resources pre- being revived by a growing de- diets 8 rise in Canadian coal mand for coking coal among do-1 production to 60 million tons u niestic and foreign steel produ- 1980 from 10.7 million tons i 1969. Transportation methods are being improved to handle grow- ments of Western Canadian coal I ing volumes of coal. Railroads to Japan by 1972 could reach have developed trains consisting cers. The Bank of Nova Scotia's current newsletter says ship- more than 25 million tons, com- pared with 1.2 million tons in 1969. Canada would then be suplying one-third of Japan's coking coal requirements. "For the immediate says the review, "the world coal industry is in the unaccustomed position of being fully unable to meet the demand. "This situation is likely to last of hopper cars which can be easily loaded and unloaded. In the Vancouver area, ex- panded port facilities handle bulk-cargo carriers which can be loaded at rates of to tons of coal an hou ShelPac Research and Devel- opment Ltd., a company owned jointly by Shell panada Ltd. and Canadian Pacific Railway, has several years since there is completed a study on the feasi- considerable lead time between i bility of building a 5200 million, the planning and completion of j 490-mile coal pipeline to Roberts' new mines." I Bank, B.C. from the Crowsnest Coal contracts Japanese steel signed with interests by producers in southern British Columbia and western Alberta during the last few years have sparked mine and transporta- tion development worth more than S500 million. The new contracts interrupted a steady decline in coal produc- Pass area. The pipeline would carrv a mixture of crushed coal "and water. The coal would be recon- stituted to a solid form at plant near port facilities. OPEN NEW .MARKET Improved transportation, says the review, could enable steel tion which started during the mills in Ontario to buy coal 1950s when the railways from Western Canadian produ- instead of from mines in switched to diesel from coal- fueled locomotives. Prince backs ancestor the Eastern U.S. The review says the U.S. is experiencing a coal shortage be-1 cause plans for new mines were i shelved a few years ago when it j was thought that nuclear power I would eclipse coal as a means j of producing electrical power. Unexpected delays in con- struction and operation of nu- clear power plants have led many U.S. utilities back to coal. I In addition to great demands i for coal within the U.S.. trans- j portation facilities for exporting the mineral to Canada are inad- equate. U.S. coal prices have in- creased sharply during the last 18 months, says the review, I bringing the price of Western Canadian coal within a more competitive range. Record grain shipment VANCOUVER (CP) With LONDON (AP) Prince Charles struck a blow for his ancestor who managed to lose the American colonies. George TIT was not only smart but lucky to have fig- ured out that the eventual Uni- ted States would be better as a trading partner than a subser- vient, the Prince of Wales said. His declaration was made a broad smile at the an- nual dinner of the Pilgrims So- ciety, an Anglo American group which was established in 1902. The party for men only in the Savoy Hotel gave the prince the opportunity to go into his version of history involving his nearly a month left in the year, 18th century ancestor. the Port of Vancouver has es- "My great etc. grandfather tablished a record grain ship- George III, of not so blessed mcnt for ihe year, says actin." memory to some." said the port manager Bill Duncan to" "was consoled by the day. thought that the colonies 'north i The shipments of tobacco.' as it was put. were of 20S.84-I.OS7 bushels was not a source of wealth to the set last Friday. The previous home country but were rather j high was bushels, its successful commercial ri- i shipped in vals.'1 The Grain Clearance As- "He came to the roncl'.ision socialion s.iid 207.1.i2 000 btssh- that wf actually gained more els had dcaiT'I the port br when tlioy were in rfbellion: Monday affrnooi! and more to Moredith manager be reaped from their trade as of the association, said about i friends raiher than a.-; colonies, j 12 million bu.-.hcls would be It. loots as though lie was 'shipped this :inmHi comp.irrd i right.' with niilbm in Auqust. i" in! Charles told the assf-mblt-d .September i.; in Ortobi-r. British American gathering Mr. said effrots of: that Gc-orcc III onK personified n'crni bushel a national feeling In hmnhlc "f uheaf to tr..unland China unruly colonies and not a will not br in madman or a tyrant. movements here until January. wns-Sears Ms everything CHRISTMAS Boldly Patterned Chin Redctflnt tfmmm m Ironstone Dinnerware Here's the dinnerware for young moderns patterned the way you like them, bold hurt in This 53 piece chip resistant set contains 8 6-pce. place settings, 1 platter, 1 1 cream and covered sugar, and 1 coffee pot. Distinctive Plain White Athena ironstone Dinnerware designed for those who find beauty in simplicity. Distinctive 65 piece set is plain white with fluted edges. Set has 12 place settings, cream and covered sugar, 1 open vegetable dish and 1 medium sized platter. Dishwasher safe. For Holiday Entertaining and Gift Giving Set of 6 Fondue Plates Set of 6 attractive lacquerware plates in assoried bright colors. Imported Italian Liqueur Set 14.99 Brilliant Turquoise liqueur set accented with gold trim. Decanter. Lid. 6 liquer g9asses. Three Bottle Bar Case 12.99 Zippered 3-bottle vinyl bar case contains 4 cups, stirer spoon, corkscrew and opener. Set of 6 Fondue Forks 2.99 Stainless s'eei wooden handled fondue forks come with stainless sfeel and wood stand. Colored tips. Aluminum Fondue 4.99 Olpon burning slern burner Aluminum fo due in attractive Avocado color only. The Fondue Cookbook 1 25 ttlf! 90 P c to Fonduo'cookinq. STOKE HOURS: Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Thursday and Friday 'til 9 p.m.; Closed Wednesday ot 1 p.m. Cantro Village ;