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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Mew 1970 CONTEST WINNERS top to bottom Esther Clarence Hunt and Kenneth Dionne receive their awards from Police Chief James Carpenter in the letters to the Chief top to bottom Mayor Andy Anderson accepts award from Optimist Club member Grades 46 poster Grades 79 poster winners and honorable mentions in the Letters to the Chief Police Week Winners Honored Canadian Police Week con dudes today and the winners of special contests planned for Lethbridge students during po lice week received their awards Jftiday In the Letters to the Chief of Police sponsored by the City Police Awards Fund Ester a Grade 2 student at George McKillop was awarded the first ELEPHANT BRAND 16200 FERTILIZER bog bug Free use of spreader with every purchase FREDDIES PAINT 816 3rd 3275540 prize of Clarence Grade 3 student at Lakeyif school received the seco prize of and Kenne Dioimel a Grade 2 student Assumption school received Ui third prize of There were seven studen who received honorab mention amd a prize of eac They were Margaret Keena Grade Patricks Lorn Grade Paul Gayle Grade Lai view Michael Grai Lakeview Gary Nortar Grade Patricks Tane Grade Gilbe jcn and John Jacobso Grade In the poster span sored by the College Mall Mer chants the winner were Grades 4 firs Marilyn Grade HEINITZ PRINTERS STATIONERS 324 9th Phone 3281778 FOR YOUR COMPUTE WEDDING REQUIREMENTS Invitation 24 Hour Service If Necessary Books Napkins Molches Thank You Cards We provide Complimentary Personalized Head Table Place Cards with each Orderl FREE CUSTOMER PARKING FINISH HIGH SCHOOL AT HOME N SPARE TIME If you ore 17 or over and have dropped out of write for FREE LESSONS and FREE booklet tells howl THE FASTEST AND MOST CONVENIENT WAY TO GET A HIGH SCHOOL Prepare to write of Education or College Entrance For fren book How to finish High School at Home ADDRESS NATIONAL COLLEGE CALGARY PHONE 2624867 A CANADIAN SCHOOL TO SYMBOLIZE FOND MEMORY Chooso wisely the monu ment to honor your loved We witl bo pleased lo assist LETHBRIDGE MONUMENTAL AND TILE WORKS Wo Have Been Satisfying Customers For Over 60 Years 325 8lh lothbridgs Phono 3273920 Central Lavette Czen Grade Agnes Davidson Beverly W e n s v ee Grade Grades Shirley Grade Allan Wat son Kathy Grade Hamilton and Cindy Grade Gilbert The awards in tlia poster con test were compliments of the College Mall Merchants Asso ciation airf in the form of and gift There ware only two essays entered in a contest planned for students in Grades 11 and The Optimist Club of Leth bridgp gave a special award to the city for reduction of crime during the past Mayor Andy Anderson was on hand to accept it on behaM of the citizens of Tourist Group Has Name Change A revamping of the Canadian Travel Association begun lasl year culminated this week in a change of the organizations name to the Travel Industry As sociation of Frank manager of Hie Travel and Convention Associa tion of Southern who attended this weeks conference in says the name chnage reflects major restain uring of the entire organiza One of the changes involves he setting up of regional of fices across the one of vhich will serve Alberta and British Elected president for 197071 was Lawrie Adams of eplacing Dalton Waller Tor First vicepresident is Brander of Accidents Double In March In twice as many peo le were injured due to traffic c c i dents in than i the same period of As a result of 120 traffic ac iderits in 36 peo le were injured compared to 7 injuries in 102 traffic acci ents in In the first quarter of ethbridge recorded 349 traffic 74 injuries and no eaihs compared to 364 traffic 6S injuries and one eath in Duricg the month of affic accidents in Alberta lo lled almost causing 718 juries aad 23 One uarter of the deaths occurred rfhin the city cf Throughout the arch was marked by the con nuatfen of the trend which has son accidents increasing more an 10 per cent a In uries are already 31 per cent ead of the same date last By the end of the first quar T of 67 people died in affic compared with 63 last the cities of Al rta have always enjoyed re ively lower deaths and injury tes than the rural as speeds in the nit up areas continue to both legal and accidents of a much mere se rious nature are occurring more frequently in urban according to a release from the Alberta Safety John Canadas centen nial commissioner in 1967 and now head of a public relations firm in told the con vention that while Canada has done a good job of tourist pro more money is needed to advertise the countrys at He also dealt with the develop ment of Canadian tourist attrac noting that Canadian cit ies in his devel op more open green One of the main features of our cities that can lure he was that the level of air pollution in most of them was still lower than in Ameri can One of the programs outlined at the conference was one whereby visiting families could make arrangmems to stay with a Canadian The plan has wen in operation in eastern Canada and has been tried out n Medicine Smith says the local as sociation intends to take a close look at the with a view to implementing it in the If You Ask HEADS Bill Evans was recently elected president of the Associated Canadian He is a pastpresident of the Calgary club and has served as Can adian vicepresident for the Alberta He is now a member of the Edmonton south There are ACT members in clubs ill StopSmoking Course Tuesday The Lethbridge unit of the Canadian Cancer will begin its educational course on smoking and in the Gas Company auditorium Tues day at 8 The theme of the foursession program is Save on SmokesStep Smoking and will feature IVfc hour with films and group To the society has 50 persons with places for about 20 more There is charge for the The remaining three sessions will be held May June 10 and June all at the Gas auditorium and all at 8 By Stan fruet jyjOST accidents could be averted if people would take a little lime learn a few simple rules and use a little more sense in applying With the warm weather upon a perfect example the proper care when flying Despite annual warnings a number of adults as well as children are hurt or killed each year while flying Last spring a young Canadian father was teaching his three children to fly a kite in their backyard when the string came in contact with a hightension electrocuting The string he had unfortunately chosen to use was of plastic covered Loss of life is too high a price for a careless No other warning has been given more publicity than the danger in using racial or tinsel cord ia the construction of a how important this has become is apparent when you take a look out the window at the sky over our modern It is cluttered with high radio and televison aerials and electric The use of wire or metalon a high flying object is In the atmospheric electricity that may accum ulate in an exposed wire of several hundred feet creates an extremely dangerous electric In conversation withacity police official I was offered the following recommendations to anyone flying a Fly your kite in a safe area select a open space where the wind has a chance to level off and blow Keep away from electric wires and street and highway electric railroad construction and radio and television Fly your kite only indry A wet string can be a conductor of electricity wet shoes on wet earth increase the danger by enabling a charge to be grounded more Never climb a tree or pole to retrieve a kite from an overhead wire or It is better to lose a kite than risk your Notify your electric company if a kite becomes tangled in their Use a string that is considerably stronger than the kites estimated but not one made of wire or tinsel Accidents which happen during the course of hazardous work are a part of life but even most of those could be avoided with safety But to have someone seriously injured or killed during such a happy pastime as kite flying is really a sad APRIL WEATHER Lethbridge Calgary Cranbrook Edmonton Medicine Hat Pincher Creek Red Deer Mean Month End Highest Lowest Inches tncties Snow Depth Hrt Snowfall Inches 66 62 53 59 63 60 19 18 21 21 23 12 11 NORBRIDGE MARINE SERVICENTRE 1252 3rd Avenue North Alberta Phono 3276960 Now is the time 1o bring in your boats and outboardi for spring tune up or YOUR SERVICENTRE FQXt Outboard Motors and Trailer Enginei All work backed by years of experience Free pickup and JOHN NEW NUDGES spread of Lethbridge resulted in this interesting picture at the southeast area of the Modern backed by an eightstorey for the backdrop for a dilapidated wagon of Statistics from the engineering department at city hall show permits were issued for a apartment a duplex and 20 homes valued at during Total construction permits for the month were valued at including the new LDS at lorse Sale May 2223 The annual Lethbridge spring rse sale will ba h3ld at the ethbridge Exhibition ay Pcrlich Brothers Auction II be managing the allbreed gistercd and grade horse with about 450 horses ex ctcd to bo Sale time starts May 22 at 1 with grade Pure cds sell at 7 Sale time turday is 10 lorscs will be arriving from 1 b o r Montana and and include performance breeding kids po pleasure horses and ranch WANTED SCRAP IRON NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Form Industrial Anything Made of Iron COPPER BRASS RADIATORS BATTERIES CAST IRON Truck Truck ScalesMagnet Crane National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW LOCATION 206 33rd Street North Phono 3281721 Scrap Is Our Builntn INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES ESTABLISHED 1911 lower Floor 517 4th Phone Smittys Pancake House Franchise Available Excellent location In Marathon Development in City of Lethbridge to be open about Octo Cash required approximately Capital investment returned in ap proximately four For further information please write or phona SMITTYS PANCAKE HOUSES 709 8th 2635683 403 JET AWAY TOURS PREFLIGHT MEETING ALL STUDENTS ORIGINALLY REGISTERED STUDENT EXPO JUNE 16 FLIGHT A MEETING FOR STUDENTS AND PARENTS WILSON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL MAY 20th at ;