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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 LtTHBRIDGE HERAIO Friday, Otlobar 6, 1972 Fire prevention Week will be til in Alberta Oct. 3 to 14. Austin Bridges, Alberta Pro mmissioner, saiil in fl k'.e- otic interview thai Hie week designed to give some allen- n to the [act that five is a very jmaging thing, inflicting per- nal suffering antl financial >ss on many people. In Alberta alone last year, CO crsons were killed and 157 in- red in lires. Property amage amounted to 515.5 mil- on. Mr. Bridges said smokers' latctlals were responsible for IB greatest majority of the res. Cigarettes, matches, pipes nd cigars and their ac- ounled for S1.2 million proper- damage in fires. hiding six from ttended the 10th convention of the Lottibridge, anniversary Alberta As- sociation of Nursing Orderlies ere Thursday. The delegates hoard tliree pecialists all from Leth- speak on urology, lursing care and hypnosis. Swmimmg, ikatiug on weekend One way to bring back good memories of warmer days is to go swimming indoors. Fritz Sick Pool is open [or public swimming during the holiday the following nours: tonight, to Saturday, 3 to 6 p.m.; Sunday, 1 to 5 p.m.; Monday, I to 5 p.m. Family swim sessions will be held 6 lo 8 p.m. Sunday and londay. The skating schedule for win- r enthusiasts is as follows: public skating at Adams Park Ice Centre tonight, 7 to 9; Sat- urday, 2 to 4 p.m.' and 8 to 10 p.m.; Sunday, 3 to 5 p.m.; Monilay, 2 to 4 p.m. Beginner skating will be held 1 to B to Park Ice Genre MERCHANDISE ON SAIE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6 5 P.M. TO 9 P.M. AND ALL DAY SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7th 9 A.M. TO 6 P.M. STORAGE SHEDS GREEN AND CREAM COLOR ENANViL FINISHED a'x6'8" Reg. 114.86 SPECIAL Reg. 76.88 SPECIAL CAN OPENER Easy lo clean Avocado or Cold Reg. 11.94 EACH 12" head Black Bristle SEAT COVERS -Warm in Winter Gold, Blackr Red or Blue to fif all cars -Reg. EACH recorder Radio Grain finish -Reg. EACH MEN'S DOUBLE KNIT MEN'S DOUBLE KNIT Flare leg Sizes 32 lo 40 Greys, Blues, Brown or Brown 36 lo 46 -Reg. 39.95 EACH Reg. 14. Reg. 14.88 PAIR p.m. and family skating p.m. Sunday. G.W.G. MEN'S and Monday. 2 lo 4 22" Flare Sizes 28 to 34 Navy Denim Only Reg. 9.96 LADY PATRICIA LADIES' TURTLENECK Formula -20 fl. 01. in concentralf, egg crema, dry, oily, lemon glow and crflme rinse formulas. YOUR CHOICE, EACH Black, Green, Purple Sizes S-M-L Reg. 3.33 EACH GIRLS' FLANNELETTE Sizes 3 to 6x 2-piece Assorted Prinls Reg. 1.96 PAIR Moulded Plastic Pink, Blue, White Moulded Soap Dish Reg. 2.67 EACH 100% PRINTED POLYESTER -16" x 23" Design -Washable -Reg. 1.14 EACH -Washable iron polyester -Ren. 2.99 PER YARD 2 Ball Package 3.20 oz. Balls Foil Range of Colors Zeller's County Fair located in Zoller's Shopping Centre en Mayor Magrath Drive. Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday rind Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Telephone 328-8171 Next iveek is Alberta Fire Prevention Week He sairt the actual property! damage is not all thai [ire in- flicts. The loss is usually more than people cover with insur- ance if (hey have any at all, he ssid. The figures don't include Ihc money lost [or Ihc lime in- jured persons arc off work or [lie delays inherent in getting a burned out business back in op- eration. Fire Prevention Week always includes Oct. 9, the anniver- sary of the Chicago Ice, started when Mrs. O'Leary's cow kick- ed over a lantern. The first day set aside to celebrate fire prevention adver- lising was in 1911. Tn 1922 the day was stretched into a week nr.d it has been held every year siucc. Wednesday, there were seven (ires in the province with a total loss of A truck in the Lethbridgc district caught fire when the grain straw load ig- nited causing damage. Oth- er files originated in three Local specialists address orderlies EED DEER (Special) Rene Arsene, nursing care Vbout 75 nursing orderlies, ordinator on surgical ser- riivcllings, one vehicle, one re- pair shop and one garbage bar- rel. There was one Injury and one dcalh. Tlmrsduy, 11 fires caused a total of property damage. A Lellibrirjge service station re- ported an electrical (ire whlct caused a damage. Othci fLres reported originated in three dwellings, (wo storagi sheds, one apartment, two gar bagcs, and one fence. Operation EDITH in citv a When yon hear Iho long wail ol a siren next Wednesday, don't look to Ihc sky for bom- bers. The siren at the downtown [ire hall will be sounded at 8 o'clock thai night to let local residents know Operation EDIT11 has starled. ED1TH is an acronym for Exil Drill The House and is part of Fire Prevention Week, Oct. 8 to H. Fire drills have always been practised in public buildings, Doug Komclz, city fire prevon- tion officer says, but never in [he home where they are need- ed most. Mr. Komelz suggests every- one in Lcthbridge sit down be- tween now and next Wednes- day to plan out what should be done in case of a fire in the home. At 8 p.m. Wednesday, when the siren goes, put the plan into action a home lire drill. "More people die in house fires because they don't know where olhcr members of their family arc and rush back into Iho burning house looking for Mr. Komelz said, when all Ihe time the missing member is outside. The fire department has other activities planned for the week, including school fire drills, distribution of lire pre- vention posters, a display of antique fire equipment at Col- lege Mall and n talking fire alarm box at Centre Village Mall. vice at the Lethbridge Munici- pal Hospital, said the team nursing care approach is bet- ter than the case and function- ill methods. In learn nursing care, the head nurse, graduate nurses, student nurses, orderlies, aides and ward clerks work together; whereas in the case method, one nursing person is assigned to several patients, and in the functional method fragmenta- tion is inevitably present. Dr. Keith Lowings said hyp- nosis as a method of anaesthe- sia first practised in India in 1045, and Dr. Sigmund Freud used the technique in psychotherapy. However, it was not until 1892 Lhat the Bri- tish lUedjcal Association start- led to study it and it was only by 1053 that hypnosis was ac- cepted as a method of treating patients. Certain people cannot be hyp- notized, Dr. Lowings said. Children are the easiest lo hyp- notize, whereas people with lower I.Q. are difficult to hyp- notize. There still is no satis- factory explanation why hyp- will hold public skating sessions p.m.; Saturday p.m. nosis works. Dr. Ian Wright's speech on urology was mainly technical. The convention continues to- day with the business sessions and the election of officers. The Letnbridge delegation Is led by Carl Pickles, first vice- president of the AANO, which lias 930 members ia the prov- WEEKEND SPECIAL In EFFECT SAT. and SlfN. only Featuring this weekend A W Has Always Featured High Quality Q Fast Service Now We, Also Feature 'NEW LOW PRICES' "SAME QUALITY-NEW PORTIONS" HAPPY BURGER FRENCH FRIES______ MILK SHAKE PLUS OUR EVERYDAY REGULAR LOW PRICES Visit Us at Both Locations 3rd Avenue South Mayor Magrath Dr. VISIT US FOR DABLY SPECIALS EVERY UTTLE BIT HELPS Marcia CouMis, a Universify of Lelhbria'ge sludent, help- ed fhe university defeat the Lelhbridge Community College in ihe annual "Bloody compelilion. The conlest is designed lo see which campus can donale ihe most blood lo the Red Cross mobile unil. Ervin Phofo University students Bloody Cup University of Lethbridge stu- dents have won the "Bloody Cup." The award goes to either the university or the Lethbridge Community Col- lege for giving the highest per- centage of blood in a one day Red Cross blood donors clinic. The competition dates back to 1963. The trophy was won last year by the college. But, on Thursday, students at Ihe U of L really got their arms into it and off with the much sought after award. Final figures show 9.7 per cent of the student body at Hie U of L gave blood while 9.1 per cent came through at the col- lege. In pints, the results were U of L: 110; LCC: 83. STILL SELLING FOR LESS! STERN'S CUT-RATE FURNITURE 314 3rd Street S. Phone 327-3024 WANTED NOW WAITERS and WAITRESSES Maltre d' Holel and experience dining room or coffea shop wailresses for full or parl time. Pleaie Apply Box 114, The Lethbridge Herald IT'S HERE THE NEW COFFEE BAR AT FAMILY FUN GAMES Games for Pleasure Coffee and Light Snacks 818 3rd AVE. S. REMEMBER REMEMBER ;