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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta mi IETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, July 10, 1971 Cyclisls laid lo use liclmets EDMONTON Alberta Safety Council hopes Uic cycling public will volun- tarily start uearuig helmets before the government is forced to introduce compul- sory legislation. Ken Nelson. Hie council's pub- lic relations officer, today said if the "bike phenomenon grows, il seems inevitable the govern- ment will have to take steps" to protect cyclists from them- selves. "There will have to he some modification of traffic laws be- cause most cyclists don't re- gard themselves as operators of vehicles." Within tlie last year In Al- berta the number of accidents involving bicycles has increased 100 per cent and, he said, there are an estimated cyclists in Edmonton. The council has recommend- ed the use of the traditional racer's helmet, available local- ly at rather than these used by motorcycle operators which are a "little heavy and con- stricted for cyclists to Mr. Nelson said. Psychiatric examination dered or DUUMHELLER (CD-Brian Laverne Lulz. 20, of Windsor -lunction, N.S.. was remanded for a 30-day psychiatric exam- ination the Alberta Hospital In Pnnoka after appearing here nn a charge of non-capital murder. lie was charged following the June 28th death of Grace Myrtle Scott, 62, of Westlock, whose body was found in a ditch near this community 75 miles northeast of Calgary. Firecracker bail sought TORONTO (CP) The Asso- ciation of Canadian Fire Mar- shals and Fire Commissioners passed a resolution here call- ing for a ban on firecrackers throughout Canada. They called for legislation to outlaw the manufacture, impor- tation, storage, sale and use ol firecrackers. The resolution, adopted at a meeting here, was directed to the department ot energy, mines and resources and asked for amendment of the Explosives Act to imple- ment the ban. i In most provinces the sale and use of firecrackers is regu- lated by individual municipali- ties. The resolution contained a clause suggested by Martin j Hurst, Ontario fire marshal, which asked that manufactur- ers be made responsible for the use of firecrackers in public displays. The association also elected Fire Marshall Robert Ken- of Nova Scotia as its president for I he coming year. Human Loiies arrive by bus SACRAMENTO. Calif. (AP> suitcase full of human hones found in the bus depot may have been shipped from Fresno, 200 miles away, police i say. Capt. Alvin Bilbe, a detective in Frr.sno police department, said Sacramento police Irav- elled to Fresno Friday with j photographs of the suitcase and bones. Sacramento invcstig a t o r s said Hie hones are those of a woman 45 to 50 years old. j "She quite possibly could have been deceased anywhere from six months to 10 Bilbe said. "It was a whole body with Uic exception o[ band and one forearm." Detective Ray Bry- rrs of the Sacramento police vikl. The hours were, found Tues- day when bus company officials checked through baggage that had been left unclaimed for more than .10 days, but It wns nol nnnniincod until Friday that the bones wore human. TO STAND UP BUICNOS AfRRS Marfin Ploder. 23, received a six-mimih impended .sentence I nre for refusing In stand when Iiw Argentine national anthem ''.'.s plnyocl in n movie hou.sc May unc of the national davs. Woofer i i POSITIVELY NO SUB-STANDARDS Bath Towel Bath Towel Regular Woolco Price 2.99 HAND TOWEL FACE CLOTH Regular Woolco Price Regular Woolco Price .59 USEYOUR :L 4 EOT leach each Check Our Centre Aisle For These Summer Values PLACEMATS BATH TOWELS Choose from an assortment of patlcrns and g First quality towels. There ii a wide variety of colors- H solid colors and .56 .99 CARNABY TOWELS Velvet cut Iowa's in aborted gcomdnc designs. Choose from brighl and altraclive HAND TOWEt BATH TOWEL I HAND TOWELS Perfect fcv tho second balhroom or the room. They come in slripes and jacquard prints. An array of pretty colon. 3 V? for BEACH TOWELS Assorted col OCA and (o choose from. All of them with bright summer prinls. SPECIAL BATH TOWELS Something lo match every balhroom. 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