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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta -TiMfday, July 10, THE LETHMIDGE HERALD Beady is what a fire department is all about. Ready to be at a fire seconds after the alarm comes in. Herald photographer Rick Ervin spent a shift with Lieut. Gordon Dow's platoon at Lethbridge's Number 2 fire hair and recorded the readiness. It was the quietest shift in weeks, said the firemen. And even though the evening allowed, for some first aid and procedure practice, a few hands of cards and a fling at the newspaper, the ambulance and trucks even the new one painted yellow because it stands out and is therefore safer than the conventional red ones were in position and ready to roll. Left, Harvey Jackson waits for call. Above left, Fireman Jackson watches as his platoon mates, Brent Brown and Lieut. Dow practice stretcher procedure on Doug Schow. Rick Ervin photos ;