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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Ftbruary 23, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 25 Dateline Alberta Police bullet hit police EDMONTON rity police detective shot in the head while chasing a holdup suspect outside a city bank was hit by a bullet fired by an RCMP plainclothesman, city police said Friday A police spokesman said the RCMP officer had fired his gun after Detective Zane Kotyk had knocked down the fleeing bandit Thursday in the parking lot of the west side shopping mall where the Bank of Montreal branch is located. The spokesman added that the robber had apparently drawn a revolver from inside his jacket and the RCMP officer fired in an attempt to hit the bandit, who fell to the ground with Kotyk in front of him. A 15-year-old boy was arrested and has been charged with armed robbery and possession of stolen property. Kotyk, 39, is in satisfactory condition in hospital Safe-driving plan flops GRANDE PRAIRIE (CP) A program to award safe driving certificates motorists in this area has bogged down because no safe drivers can be found, an RCMP spokesman said Friday The program, which began this month, was to include the awarding of a certificate each Monday for the previous week's driving performance But the traffic detail has been unable to find a safe driver, the spokesman said Strike action held off CALGARY (CP) Office workers in 17 Calgary trade union offices who voted in favor of striking Wednesday will hold off strike action to allow for a round of talks under provincial mediation A meeting between negotiators of the office and professional employees' International Union and the trade union employers committee is scheduled for Monday Present wages for union members are a week for clerk-typists. a week for bookkeeper stenographers and a week for general assistants Company fined for fraud EDMONTON (CP) A local company which charged fees for tests it never performed on fire extinguishers was fined Friday on a charge of fraud Ken Sorouse Distributors Ltd. pleaded guilty to the charge in provincial court. The fraudulent practice was reported to the fire commissioner's office by an employee who said the company was charging 30 for a test it did not perform. No teacher censorship EDMONTON (CP) A media consultant employed by the Alberta department of education said Friday teachers must have the right to select which types of, materials will be used in classrooms without the threat of public censorship of material. Ian James told the Greater Edmonton Teachers Convention "the teacher must be fully and professionally responsible for that use." He said the public "must stay out of censorship of school materials except for broad democratic input." "Censorship only draws artificial blinkers and students become the casualties of mass ignorance." he said "Freedom of ideas demand the use of all materials so that all sides can be presented B-LINE EXPRESS GRAND PRIZE WINNER Pictured above is Mr. J. GiHen. General Sales Manager of B-line Express ltd. presenting the Grand Priie for 1973, a 25" Color Television to: Mr. B. Armstrong of Swaffield Foods Ltd. Dye So our weeWy draws for minor will continue ihroughoul 1974 We would Jikff to oil owr customers good luck t is bemg offered to you by The Associated Press thrmjgh this newspaper for only Send for u now1 Jure Amu cs j The Uthbritlcu' Herald PO Sen. 61 Tmmetft. few Jrrsrr iwclwisd s S_____SrnO _ copies otitl t Afjfi 65 Pf4WriflC8 _ Thf A OTTAWA co-ordi- nated five-year plan to improve highway safety was announced Friday by the federal government and the provinces. The transport department said in a statement the governments have called for a reduction of 15 per cent in road traffic deaths in the next five years. Senior road safety officials will meet within the next month to discuss existing programs, check their effectiveness and plan strategy, the department said. The release said traffic deaths rose 12 per cent to in 1972 This marked an upturn after the fatality rate had levelled off for several years because of better vehicle design and other safety measures. There were injuries in 1972 and the cost of road accidents was billion. "Despite major efforts in safety regulations, road im- provements and vehicle design, further action by all levels of government, safety organizations and individual drivers is necessary if the tragic trend is to be Uie department said FOLLOWS RESOLUTION The safety program follows a resolution of the modern society committee of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization last year. French listed in phone book EDMONTON (CP) City residents who aren't ap on their French may be in for a shock when they open this year's Edmonton telephone book Especially if they should happen to open it to the Government of Canada listings which appear in French before they appear in English It calls for an international exchange of road safety technical information. Findings in other countries will help, the department said. The department said the governments will seek co- operation of industry and safety organizations. There had already been talks among officials of the 11 governments in the last few months. Provincial governments are responsible for motor vehicle administration, driver licensing, road construction and road operations. The federal transport department is involved in traffic safety research and enforcing safety standards for new motor vehicles. P.E.P. Could Work For Yo When you're out of work and haven't the training to qualify the Alberta Govern- ment's Priority Employment Program could help you1 Hundreds of men and women have found secure, well paying jobs in business and industry through P. E. P. Act now! Choose a training course from those listed below. Come and register in person. CLERK-TYPIST COURSES 12-WMk Duration Commences March REGISTER NOW! Contact Mr. Arthur J. Plewes, G.C.T., Principal TELEPHONE: 327-3968 HENDERSON COLLEGE OF BUSINESS 202 P. W. Woohrorth Building Uthbrldge, Alberta FACTS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT P.E.P. 1-The word "PRIORITY" in P. E. P. (Priority Employment Program) means that some people will qualify for training and assistance under the program before others simply because their need is greater. The order of priorities is: a. People unemployed receiving social assistance and who are major supporters of their families. b. People unemployed receiving social assistance. 2. Applicants must be residents of Alberta for a minimum of one year. 3. Courses are subject to cancellation if enough people do not apply. 4. Applicants must have finished their education 6 months prior to January 1974 in order to qualify for the program. 5. There is no tuition fee and in certain cases a training allowance is paid. P.E.P. training is offered by the Government of Alberta in conjunction with co-operating educational institutions. FITS TRUCKS TRACTORS TOO SAVE MONTHLY ON YOUR GAS BILL EASILY INSTALLED It only couoto of to install. Exact information it ancloaad with tho unit. Garaga charge would probably ba "find that my gas mileage has increased by 5 miJes per gallon C J R fOXWARREN FITS ALL CARS (AMERICAN FOREIGN) From a Cadillac to a Volkswagen These tell the story: Unsolicited letters from satisfied customers. 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