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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta I Photcf-loggers help engineers check highway VANCOUVER The British Columbia Research to save the time of highly- paid highway has developed and marketed a camera known as the photo-logger. The camera and associated equipment in the photo-loggers have filmed every m'le of B.C.'s major highways to permit analysts to switch on a project and whip down Ibe roads at speeds equivalent to miles an hour on film. The photo-loggers are ingeniously hidden on top of a B.C. hgighways department van. When the equipment was uncovered and open for all to the highways department van with its mobile platform for the camera backed up traffic for miles. Nobody dared believing the equipment was recording drivers' perfor- mance. As well as providing engineers with a wide- angle visual record of highway the photo-logger devotes one-third of the picture frame to monitoring dials which record vehicle road angle of road surface time and milepost readings. CAN PLAN ROADS By looking .at the informational part of the split an engineer can read off where the film was taken and can work out the road gradient Nobody in the world produces such a compact information-packed recorder as B C said Roy manager of the council's applied physics B.C. Research has produced eight at prices ranging between and Photo-loggers can be used to review the state of a highway at six-month he to show wear or road surface disintegration during the time. Problem areas can be readily identified and studied because film watchers can slow the pro- jection speed to stop as well as zooming over un- interesting stretches of road at high film speeds. Makeshift home Chee Whit enjoys a cigarette in a clearing in the Chilcotm woods area in east-central British Columbia where she eating and sleeping in th open. The merry-eyed old lady has a face like a burnished chunk of mahogany. She has weathered with the not aged with her vintage unknown. Property rights Don't to Dlsiffolittd hi 1974 Orfcr Ynr Btfcf Chicks SwHTt Broltor BuNt Chicto Swift's Shsvsr 288 PuBsts CMcks Whlta Turkeys YOUR CHOICE OF DATES BY ORDERING NOW SMFT CANADIAN CO. LUTED 224 12th ttrwt WIN. LJ TMTI. ALBERTA Married women are getting special emphasis in a study of property rights being conducted by the In- stitute of Law Research .and Reform at the Univer- sity of Alberta. Director W. F. Bowker says the objective is to isolate unfairness and make recommendations to eliminate it.- The re- quested by the Alberta may help give married women strong property rights in cases where the marriage breaks up. Mr. Bowker said that as the law now the right of a wife to claim a share of her husband's property in cases where a marriage ends by separa- tion or divorce is dubious. If a wife's name does not appear on a property as is often the her right to claim property may Be non-existent The test for ownership of property in Alberta is financial contribution atone. Even in cases where a husband and wife occupy a property as joint tenants there is no guarantee the wife will be able to claim a share of the property in a Crankshaft it to the EXPERTS at Crankshaft regrinding Con Rod resizing Main Bearing Housings align honed Crankshaft Kits for popular models For Complete BAALIM WHOLES ALE LTD. 20510ft STREET SOUTH PHONE 327-8587 orths Garage or Service Station Nearest ;