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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IE1MQR1DGE HERALD Monday, October 16, 1972 'IMPROPER U-TURNS Did you know that is Is unlaw- ful to make a U-turn in en urban area on a roadway be tween intersections cr at a place where a sign prohibits making a U-lurn, ar an intersecMon cbnfrolled by a traffic control signal or at on alloy intersection? It is also prohibit- ed al any oilier intersection unless the movement ran be made in safety. This picture is the first cf 25 showing driving hazards. They are of a safe driving cam- paign launched by the Lelhbridge city poiice. Traffic accidents Someone dies every 100 minutes V Every 100 minutes someone however, that the traffic prob- !n Canada dies in an automo i Jem in CaJiada is not the worst bile accident. This makes a to- j the world. tal of 15 a day. j [n fact. Canada's per-mile ac In one year about per- sons are killed in traffic ac- cidents. One out of even- two persons living today will be involved in a crippling or fatal traffic ac- cident. The Canada Safety Council that provided the statistics says cident rate is considerably lower than that of most civiliz- ed countries, mostly as the re- sult of intensive safety cam- paigns and better driver educa- tion, law enforcement, roads and vehicles. The Canada Safety Council says though, that the need for FOR LEASE SQUARE FEET TOP LOCATION FOR STORE OR OFFICES (MEDICAL OFFICES) Phone PAHUUE CONSTRUCTION 327-6747 better drivers is acute. Drivers who feel they cannot do anything to remedy (he sit- i ation as a whole, ean begin to evaluate their own delving skills and knowledge ami begin better driving habits. Drivers should learn lo "give" a little to drive and expect the unexpected actions of other drivers and pedestri- ans. UNPREDICTABLE Drivers should operate ve- hicles according to the unpre- dictable and ever-changing fac- tors of b'ght, weather, road and traffic conditions, to the mech- anical conditions of the vehicle and how the driver himself feels. Almost without exception, ac- STERN'S CUT-RATE FURNITURE 314 3rd Street S. Phone 327-3024 from driver er- cidents result ror. The single most significant cause of fatalities, serious in- juries and property damage is the two-car crash. The crash can occur with the vehicle ahead, the one behind, the one passing, the one the driver is attempting to pass, the one at the intersection, or one coming head-on. UNNECESSARY The Canada Safety Council says that most of the accidents occurring can be avoided. Safe driving requires the ad- option of an attitude toward op- crating a motor vehicle as "de- fensive driving." The defensive driver Is not timid or overcautious, but he is determined to take every reasonable precaution to pre traffic mishaps, over and above what Ihe law requires lim to do. DRIVING COURSE The Canada Safely Council lias designed a Defensive Driv- ing Course to give vehicle op- erators the opportunity to learn what is involved in driving de- fensively, why and how various types of motor vehicle accidents occur and what it takes to pre- vent them. The information In the course has evolved from experience in the motor transportation indus- try and from various areas of industry safety. The Defensive Driving Course has been operating in Alberta for four years. About persons in Canada a year are taught the course. COLLEGES In Alberta the course Is taught through the colleges. The Lethhridge Community College is the headquarters for the course in this area, It will start Thursday with in- struction from 7 to 9 p.m. The cost of the course is For more information, con- tact Keith Kobin, director'of the school of Continuing Education at the Lethbridge Community College. MAN OF LA MANCHA In this scene, Quijano' lady Aldonza and his manservant Sancho have succeeded in convincing Quijana that he is much happier is the mad knight Don Quixote, the lord of La Mancha. Clockwise are Phyl Krisliansen, Bill Matheson, Jack Warburton al Sancho, Dick Mells as Don Quixote, Wendy Burrows Aldonza, Tom Melling, and Ellyn Mels. production vMost difficult show produced here' for sale Our model Cl 11 is perhaps thr world's fastest li bora I his particular model lias a rotary piston flnkcl engine that drives it at miles per hour. Unfortunately, you may think, the Oil! is not for een referred to as the remedied in 1973 when consistent Broadway choose a large-cast "Man of La Mancha Is by a greater numlwr of he most difficult show mounted in Lethbridge as far Mells estimated that what is required from the cast. We looked upon it as a lime Man of La Mancha s staged for Ihc student of said Mr. Nov. 9, the cast PACE CHANGE He said the show has beer chosen to reflect "a change of pace" in LMT productions, to show "something put at least 100 hours into rehearsals, not taking into account individual work. The prodi! V.ion will be staged Nov. 10 to 25, NOTICE Thof on Monday, October 23, 1972, Council of the City cf Lethbridge, will give further consideration lo a proposed new License By being proposed Bylaw No. from past shows to Lclhbridgc theatre-goers. Man of La Mancha is the 10th production by the fora total of 15 pev-formances. IMPORT ACTRKSS Man of La Mancha also FURTHER TAKE NOTICE That a copy of the proposed By may be inspec ed in the Inspection and Devefopment Department in the City Hcill during Former shows were: (he first time ;.n office actress has been brought FURTHER TAKE Ihcil any person Fire Doug Crosley was contracted as Ihe star of Guys and Dolls in to make represen atian concerning the proposed Bylaw shall fife wriMen submissions Marlowe, actress n the original Broadway production of the show, will arrive Clerk not later than tha 18lh day of P.M. on Wednesday, 1972, in November to take the roe of Aldonza, Iho RCMP have announced "Aldonza Is a very Darlcne Charlotte Cook. 3, i daughter Mr, and Mrs. said Mr. Mells. "It i Cook of Stavcly, wa-s the child who died as the result of a fire at the Cook home LIFE John and Linda Cook are satisfactory condition in Sun Oct 15 Oct. 20 esholm Municipal Also in satisfactory condition in the Claresholm hospital Re-v. 1. Brcnda Hohbs, who was comc by smoke when the old Fleming farm home in 1 jfr-iPJl has a most unusual ministry. Barons district where she For Christ Director. Direclor. Direcled visiting, was destroyed by IJBfljjl several radio programs. Former Pastor of Avenue the same Alliance, Toronto; Beulah Edmonlon; First Al- Mr. Fleming and ionce, Calgary. Ho is known as an evan- Sherry arc in satisfactory jtttm dition in St. Michael's Hospital in Lethbridgc. Patricia Ifobbs, of Mr. and Mrs. AT M. was killed in Ihe fire. Investigations into the 3rd AVENUE AlBERTA 7 of the fires are ;