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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE HISTORIC STEAM LOCOMOTIVE RESTS IN GALT GARDENS Miles Of Roads Alberta has miles of primary highwaj's and district roads. Of these a total of miles are paved, consisting of 95 miles of four-lane divided free- ways, 189 miles of four-lane divided highways, 74 miles of four-lane undivided highways and miles of two-lane highways. All other gravelled roads are properly maintained at regular periods. Drivers involved in accidents where any person is killed or injured or where property dam- age exceeds should be able to produce evidence of financial responsibility. AH highway ac- cidents, however minor, must be reported to the police. It is suggested that the fol- lowing steps be taken at the scene of all highway accidents. 1. Protect the accident scene. Park your vehicle off the tra- velled portion of the highway. 2. Render assistance to in- jured persons. a. If the accident vict i m is not breathing, commence artificial respiration im- mediately. b. Check for severe bleed- ing and take steps to con- trol it by applying pressure on the wound using a sterile dressing if available. c. If tire weather is incle- ment, have someone collect blankets to cover the pa- tient. d. Do not move the patient until a thorough medical examination has been made, unless there is dan- ger of further injury from fire or other cause. p. Check for fractures and immobilize, paying particu- lar attention to possible spinal injuries. 3. Seek medical aid. a. If the injuries appear to be at all severe, have some- one call a doctor. b. If you consider it neces- sary, send for an ambu- lance. c. Notify the police in all highway accident cases. d. Encourage persons with minor injuries to see a doc- tor at the earliest opportu- nity. 4. Keep spectators away from the injured. Find out if there are any trained first aiders among pas- sengers of passing oars who can assist you. Have someone keep bystanders back and arrange for others to warn oncoming traffic from 'both directions." The MAJORETTE RESTAURANT LEADS the Way when it comes to MAJORETTE Restaurant 6T2 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-7511 FINE FOOD PROMPT SERVICE FRIENDLY CLEAN SUR- ROUND- INGS (Newly Renovated) Come in and see us when vou want Ihe best CHINESE FOOD FULL COURSE AMERICAN MEALS LIGHT LUNCHES 612 3rd Ave. S. Opposite Gait Garden! HOLIDAY TIME SOON? FOR SALE or RENT 1970 TRAILERS (HARDTOPS) EXCLUSIVE DEALERS TRUCK CAMPERS B FT. DELUXE 6 SLEEPER AND ALL NEW FT. 6 SLEEPER BOOK NOW RENTALS NOW! Avoid disappointment Rent a Sportscraft camper. Skipper Frailer, or Cascade Camper for your holidays Also renting Horse Trailers. STARCRAFT HARDTOP TRAILERS CHRYSLER OUTBOARD MOTORS Corner 20rh Street and 2nd Avenue S. We have a good selection now in stock! SEE US NOW! Phone 327-2747 LETHBRIDGE ;