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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1990, Lethbridge, Alberta Getty will get letters 1 brain injured persons their fam ily members and friends have mounted a letter writing Campaign to let the provincial government know their experiences and Call for support services letters Are being written to pre Mier Don Getty with copies to cab net members of departments involved and to government opposition members said Cheryl Benn at a recent meeting of the Southern Alberta brain injury society. The letters Are being sent first to the Northern Alberta brain injury society to be fixed to a scroll for presentation to the Premier in sep tember during brain injury awareness week sept. 23-29, Benn explained. Each year about alb erlans suffer brain injuries major source being motor vehicle Acci dents. about Are eventually Able to return to their families to begin retraining and relearning. A 1988 Survey showed 206 brain injured persons living in Southern Alberta. At the meeting of Sabis a Mutual support group plans were discussed for awareness week act Vilies in Lethbridge. Logo contest offers prize a prize of will be awarded to the Winner of a contest to design a new logo for International peace Park. Logo must symbolize the Park s mandate of promoting inter National peace and Good will Between. Canada and the United states countries which share a common Border heritage and future. International peace Park pare International de la paix will be the Only words on the logo. The logo design must be suitable for use As a uniform Patch and on packaging signs stationery b Lisi Ness cards and brochures. It must be effective in color and in Black and White contest submissions must be in. 15-by-20-Inch Arl Board with a Yective Coyer Sheet or overlay and should include detailed specification on the practical use of the logo. The submission must include a color comprehensive using a Maxi mum of four colors. The designer of the winning logo will have to prepare camera ready entry deadline is june 15. Judging will be based on visual Impact clarity of theme arid reproduction capability. Judges will be Gil Lusk superintendent of Glacier National Park Charlie Zinkan superintendent of Wate Roth lakes National Park Cindy Nielsen chief naturalist at Glacier Duan Barrus chief naturalist at water Tori Andre Presella fives from the natural history associations i each Park. The Winner will be announced the of peace and Friendship july 2 through for More information Call 859 2224. John Stiv dedication i 611 schedule the or. Alex Johnston memorial Trail project is on target for Dedica Tion May 27, according to the Leth Bridge first memorial committee. The ceremonies at 2 . Will include dedication of the memorial in both English and the Blackfoot with chief Jim shot both sides blood tribe hereditary chief and Patron of the Kainani chieftain ship attending. Johnston was a honorary Kainani chief named Rainy chief in special ceremonies in 1973. The dedicatory prayer in English will be by Rev. Larry Hankinson pastoral care director of Lelh Bridge regional Hospital. The memorial includes a Prairie Boulder fitted with a Bronze plaque with tribute to Johnston scientist and prolific writer of local history. Johnston died suddenly april 12, 1989 on the eve of the release of his latest Book on the Coal Industry of Southern Alberta. Two Park benches a special plaque with names of All fund contributors and a Green Ash tree will Complete the main memorial site near the sir Alexander gait museum. The dedication still also include naming of City red shale Trail to Johnston s Mem Ory. The Trail winds from the site Down the Coulee to Indian Battle Park. A Cut off Date of wednesday has been set for contributors to be assured their names will be on the blame. Intended donations must be confirmed by Telephone 328-6305 by that Date even though the Money by mail for instance May arrive later. Lethbridge first received cily Council approval for its project last december. Scott City editor phone 3284411 Between . And . At All other times newsroom is 328-4418 monday May the Lethbridge Herald a3 City ele Etrie Loop to begin next year Winston Churchill High school players Kevin a Allbor j Derek shr Tozawa Shane David Kruchkewich left As Trie Amber Martens and Jennifer. Retcher. Churchil students stage a a Buzz has sounded in the City of Lethbridge s electric design department with the near shocking news plans for the Long awaited transmission Loop have not shorted out. Construction to Complete the j2.5-Millioh Loop surrounding the City is expected to begin in about july 1991 and be completed by octo Ber he same the Loop s completion will give Lethbridge a More secure and Reli. Able Power source Access for maintenance arid up immediate increased reliability our says electric design director Juergeu renter if one goes do writ we can pick it up from. The other approval to proceed with the plan came in 1s86 with Only the final stage left to finish. The cily is connected to two 240 Tkv lines coming in from the North Yin tra Salta utilities which Hook into a substation in the Northwest. Two More 138-kv lines come in. From the West however if the line from the North should go Down about hah of the City s residential area would be affected As Well As most of the Industrial Park. T6 say the City s Power source is hanging by a thread is overstating the matter said renter but nonetheless one line holds Musl of Leth Bridge s Power. in. May 1986 which brought most of the City s Power effect a major Power outage could have. The transmission line is built to standards that take into account the the Snow the said Render. There s a lot of Over built in however the cily can t protect itself against Down time of its if we lose tra Salta totally we can t do anything said Render. Our. Ability to Supply the City is As Good As our supplier their system is a larger Extension of what we once the Loop is built though a downed line would mean Power would come in from elsewhere o n the Loop. If something major happens the outage is As Long As it lakes to. Said renter. We can react quicker because we have an alter native find out what happened and Clear the or the problem can be As simple As maintenance in one of the City s substations. Advanced planning for the line has it sweeping around the Leth Bridge Airport and Back to Hook up with the West line. Renter City will begin sending out notices to. Affected landowners and later hold a series of open houses. Cost for the line is projected in previous budgets try to balance out the num Ber of dollars we allocate each said renter. We re always Down is an example of what kind of putting Money summer Westfe

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