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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBRIDGE HERMO Saturday, July 14, 1973 News in brief Firemen call for sprinklers WHTTEHORSE, Y.T (CP) The Association of Canadian Fire Marshals and Fire Com- missioners ended a week-long conference Friday with a call for changes in the national building code to make manda- tory the installation of sprinkler systems in highrfse apartments. Nova Scotia fire marshal Rob- ert Kerr said, the association feels the only way to prevent a potential fire disaster in such apartments is to stop fires be- fore they have a chance to spread. He said it is difficult for most fire departments to enter a building more than seven stories high. The meeting elected Yukon fire marshal Tom Nairn as pres- ident and Len Adrian, fire marshal of the Northwest Ter- ritories, vice president. Fire marshal J. Henry Moss of Que- bec was elected secretary-treas- urer. Oil hearings planned OTTAWA (CP) The Na- tional Energy Board announced Friday it will hold public hear- ings sometime after Oct. 15 on the controversial question of oil exports. Until Oct. 15, the board will accept submissions from all in- terested parties on a broad range of related topics, includ- ing existing supplies both do- mestic and foreign, and esti- mated future requirements. Kissinger to replace Rogers? WASHINGTON (AP) CBS television reported Friday night that President Nixon has talked privately about naming Henry Kissinger to replace State Sec- retary William Rogers. White House correspondent Dan Rather quoted Kissinger as saying when appraised of the report: "Ths president has not discussed that with me." Gerald Warren, White House deputy press secretary, said of the broadcast: "We wouldn't have a comment on a report such as that" Reminded that his words did not amount to a denial, Warren said: "We don't comment on speculative stories." DUNLOP FORD Salesman of the Month! Mr. Lyndon Foster, General Sales Manager of Dunlop Ford, is pleased to announce that Dave Boyden is the Dunlop Ford Salesman for the month of June. Dave is to be congratu- lated for his fine efforts in at- taining this prestigious achieve- ment in the sale of Ford "Bet- ter Idea" quality new cars and trucks. Dave extends his lo all who helped make this achievement possible. FORD COR. 16th AVE. AND M.M. DRIVE SOUTH MR. DAVE BOYDEN Grits study 'alienation' VANCOUVER