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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 34 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, Moy 31, 1973 INSU3ANC LIABILITY m BONDS AUTO IS FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABL'SHED Lower Floor 517 4th Ave. S Phone 327-1541 DISPLAY AND CLASSIFIED ADVERTISERS Humanitarian effort Taber Centra! School s Grade 5 class takes fop place in humanitarian effort in the community. The Cup of Miik Fund, the Crippled Children s Fund, ths Sunrise Ranch at Coaidale were all recipients of donations from the class Red Cross purse, and Lodge here received a 76-pound Christmas cake, concert, and six and a bingo party al Easter. Health kits and a surplus of about" went to the Red Cross at Calgary for use in disaster and work among native people. I Whence came the money? About from the sale of donuts at the school through co-opei ation of the Taber Bakery and more than from a cake baking contest involving the six grades at the school. On their own initi- ative Dione Sheen, left, and Laura Pylypow de- signed, prepared and en- tered their Junior Red Cross float in the recent Taber parade Grade 5 teacher Mrs. Elizabeth Rus- IETHBRIDGE HERALD June sell has coined on a Jun- ior Red Cross program for the past 16 years and has mfersfed hundreds of new faces to Red Cross. And she will continue to do so in the future. WILL BE AS FOLLOWS: ADVERTISEMENTS REQUIRING PROOFS (Minimum size '4 page) COPY AND MATERIAL MUST BE RECEIVED AT THE HERALD BY 12 PUBLISHING DAYS PRIOR TO PUBLICATION DEADLINE for: MONDAY is NOON PREVIOUS WEDNESDAY TUESDAY is NOON PREVIOUS THURSDAY WEDNESDAY is NOON PREVIOUS FRIDAY THURSDAY is NOON PREVIOUS SATURDAY FRIDAY Is NOON PREVIOUS MONDAY SATURDAY is NOON PREVIOUS TUESDAY DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS NOT REQUIRING A PROOF MAY BE RECEIVED ONE DAY LATER 12 NOON 3 PUBLISHING DAYS PRIOR TO PUBLICATION No inquest in double fatality BLAIRMORE 'CNP Bureau) Coioner F. S. Radford of Blairmore has announced that no inquest will be held on the 28 deaths of John Nelson Hav.es, 18 and Dennis Michael .McGinn, 20 both of Calgary. The two men weie in the same tehicle that in colli- sion with another on Highway 3 about one mile uest of Coleman The drner of second i elude, Michael Ogusuku of Blairmore, is in Calgary hospi- tal He is recovering from mul- tiple injuries suffered in the collision. Coroner Radford stated an inquest on the death of Douglas Lionel Gawdun, 21, of Coleman will be held in the Blairmore couit house at 9 30 a m. June 18 Gawdun died May 1 when the car he was driving north over a railuav crossing, about thice miles west of Coleman, was struck by a westbound freight train CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING DEADLINES ARE UNCHANGED Alt regular and classified display must be in The Herald office 3 p.m. the day prior to publication 11.30 a.m. Saturday for publication Monday Williams sentenced for robbery For further information contact Display or Classified Advertising 328-4411 The Letlibridgc Herald TABER (HNS) Robbery with -violence shortly before midnight May 13 cost Delmer Evan Williams of Medicine Hat his freedom for the next two years. The sentence was handed down in Taber police court by Provincial Judge K. J. Plomp. Williams had assaulted George Kobryn following a Sunday night card party in south Taber after Kobryn had refused to continue the game at another location Williams then proceeded to 1 recover his financial losses by I violence He was shortly there- after apprehended by the 1 night constable on duty. Knowles ranch picnic site BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Tlie Crowsnest Pass branch- es of the Royal Canadian Le- gion are again joining forces to provide a summer picnic for members, the women's auxi- liaries and their families. Members may also bring out- of-town guests. It will again be held at the Kawles ranch northwest of Coleman. The date set for the event is June 17. Members are requested to congregate at the grounds no later than 11 a.m. Events for the day will in- clude horsehoes, softball, bocci ball, races and other games. The Legion will provide soft drinks, ice cream and hot dogs. Families are requested to bring their picnic baskets for the day-long picnic. Coal miner Walter Owen calls it quits NATAL (HNS) After near- ly 34 years in mining, Walter Owen of Fernie, himself the son of a Welsh coalminer, call- ed it quits recently and worked his last shift underground at Kaiser Resources' hydraulic mine. He was born in Fernie 62 years ago and still lives in the house in which he was born. He entered mining in 1939 as a horse driver at Michel, first at the Crows Nest Pass Coal Company mill. The next year he went to Coal Creek. He worked as a timberman's helper, a conveyor mover, then a coal miner. Later he went to iks No. 4 Mine at Elk River Collieries in Coal Creek, then went back to the horses and worked for eight years as barn man. He tried hard rock mining for a while in the Kootenay Lake area but returned to Coal Creek and I East Mine. In 1959, he was transferred to Michel, working in A East, A South, Balmer No. I, A North and Balmer North, then to the hydraulic mine when be re- tired. He has two dogs, two cats and a budgie bird to keep him com- pany. His favorite sport is fish- ing. His father started in min- ing at the age of 10 in Wales and left the industry at Coal Creek at the age of 69. He has two daughters, Mrs. Sam Fabiano in Fernie and Evelyn of Vancouver; and two stepsons, Ken and Bill Morley of Fernie. SIMPSONS bears A cordless lawn and shrub trimmer that works 3 ways atone terrific low price! Complete with CSA approved energy recharging basic power unit (hand upright handle, 13" shrubber and chrome plated handle. A versatile 3 in-1 garden helper that makes trimming and edging faster and easier and it's available only at Simpsons-Sears. The lightweight (28 oz) basic power unit features specially- coated, non-stick 3" blades for hand trimming your lawn right up to flower beds, fences, walls. Add the 36' upright handle with easy-rolling wheels and it becomes a walk-along edge trim- mer that eliminates bending and stooping. 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