Class room lectures and the use of safety films is an important part of safety education in Niagara township schools. At Laura Secord Memorial School, Queenston, the students also take a keen interest in the projector as well as the movies. Shown above are police officers Fred Blucher of the OPP and Robert Rippey, traffic officer with Lincoln County.
School safety instruction also includes the proper handling of bicycles. Above, OPP Constable Fred Blucher instructs Barbara Dutton and Arie Bottyl on the importance of obeying traffic signs with their classmates providing an interested audience. Hand signals are also to be employed, Constable Blucher told the students. In the background is Lincoln county traffic officer Robert Rippey.
The Department of Lands and Forests yesterday released 4,500 Kamloops, or Rainbow Trout, at the Queenston Docks. The fish, measuring five to ten inches in length, each have a tag and fisherman are asked to return tags to the Department of Lands and Forests, Toronto. Bruce Howell (left) of Grimsby, conservation officer for Lincoln West, and Roy Good, an employee of the Normandale Hatchery, release one batch of fish.
FISHING BOOTH-FOR REAL
Most carnivals have a fishing game for children but these youngsters got the real thing yesterday when the Department of Lands and Forests released 4,500 fish at the Queenston Docks. Frank Digweed, left, and twins
Jean and Jane Digweed, of Queenston, watch as Ernie Ames, of St. Catharines, gets a closer look.