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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta JVM 12, THi LETHMIttt HRALD J UT BEHIND WHEEL' AUSES AUTO MISHAPS TAWA (CP) It's "the behind the wheel" who zs 70 to 80 per cent of traf- icciderrts, but most of the trch goes into making the afer or the roads safer and nto making the individual a driver. says Dr. Arthur Peart, cal director of the Traffic y Research Foundation of da. you probably know, there .hree factors causing acci- human factor, the le and the road or environ- he said in an interview, liere are many components ch of these, of course, but SO per cent of all accidents caused by human factors relatively little research has been done into the in factor in traffic acci- The foundation, a non-profit organization originally set up under auspices of medical, legal, government and private agencies interested in promot- ing traffic safety, is more con- cerned with the human factor. Much of its present research concerns relationships between drinking and driving and how to keeep the drinking driver off the road, he said. Research showed that alcohol is involved in half the traffic accidents each year. There also is a need for more research into ways to make ed- ucation programs for drivers more effective and to change social attitudes toward drinking and driving so that all individu- als feel greater responsibility about safety on the roads, he said. Get up to 100 tons per hour with new Fox model 3000 Forage Harvester If you own a high powered tractor (up to 165 innovators at FOX built the new Model Forage Har- ster for you. You can get up to 25% more production in before, putting more profit your operation. k about these most-wanted FOX features: I Fox pioneered cylinder cut and separate blowing principle for uniformly and completely cut haylage and silage. heavy duty construction throughout with hea- vier U-joints and bevel gears, new case, stronger high-flotation tires, and 3-strand power band V-belt to drive blower. Rscutter screens give you op to 41% more cutting area with FOX square hole design. su'll wont to Me all of the profit makers at your >ehring Farm Division dealer. Stop in Today. Koehring Farm Division Appleton, Wisconsin 54911 See the Dealer nearest BARRCO EQUIPMENT LTD. 405 33 Sreet North, IETHBRIDGE CHARLTON GILBERTSON FARM EQUIPMENT LTD. 6208-54 Avenue, TASER HARRY WATSON FARM SUPPLY 231 Highway Avenue North, PICTURE BUTTE CLARESHOLM FEED SERVICE LTD. 5214-1st Street, CLARESKOIM WOLFF SON IMPLEMENTS 404. Main Sreet, CARDSTON DISTRIBUTED BY Oliver Industrial Supply 226.36th St. North, lethbridge, Alberta Phone 328-3357 DISHWASHER SALE Why put off enjoying the con- venience of a dishwasher a day- longer? This one's portable now, or may be installed as an under- counter later, if you like. Portable now, built-in later Pictured above on the left is Mr. Milt Spitzer of Lethbridoe receiving an RCA Refrigerator from Ed Smith of Smith's Color TV and Appliances. Mr. Spitzer was one of four lucky families in Southern Alberta to win absolutely free the appliance of their choice from Smith's. If WE HAVE THE WIDEST SELECTION OF APPLIANCES IN THIS AREA! SMITH'S (J PC Gerard Plettell Conrad Plettell Mike Miikulin 236 13th ST. N. CLOSED MONDAYS PHONE 328-5541 Open Thurs. and Fri. Till 9. ;