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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ROSEBOWL PARADE 1J Dnyi Dopnrling Doc. IS 235.5O double occupancy For Information ond booklugt contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MAIL PHONE 328-3201 The Lcthbtidgc Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Wednesday, October 11, 1972 17 TO 32 NOW !N OUR MEW IOCA7ION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDG. 740 4th AVE. S. PHONE 128-712! Now Arriving: THE NEW EUROPEAN FALL EYE FASHIONS (or 1973 No 'dark entries There were no surprise en- tries in the race for the Leth- bridge riding when nominal- tions closed at 3 p.m. Tuesday. It's a four-way race between: Keith Hancock, 39, Social Cre- dit; Hal Hoffman, 38, New Democrat; Ken Hurlbnrt, 44, Conservative; and Andy Rus- sell, SB, Liberal. I Weather is warming up (maybe) No, we didn't set a recorc for the coldest Oct. 10 and yes things are getting better on th weather horizon. The temperature dipped to 1 degrees overnight, b a r e 1 threatening the record oJ 10 de- grees set in 1919. The outlook for today calls for mostly sunshine, with per haps a few cloudy periods, an highs of 30 to 35 degrees. Th overnight low will drop to nea 20 degrees. I For Thursday, it will be a The Norm Fooks family practices for tonight's fire drill Groenen Photo you do in case of fire? What number do you call if The second question brought lop dresser drawer it warmer with temperatures caching the 45 degree mark nd it will again be sunny. Steadily warming tempcr-tures are expected for the area through is a fire emergency in n your home? Quick, without t ooking. What personal effects would' you grab to remove 1 TOin yovir house it there was a ire? Quick, without thinking. 1 questions were asked Home and School The regular meeting of the Wilson Junior Higli School ionic and school association will be held this evening at 40 people during a survey by The Herald. Only 12 of the 40 did not know the emergency fire number. A few were close, knowing that t h e last four ja the school -1 School principal a s 1 1 e s will introduce eachers and discuss the of the school. All parents 1 IK "Si "H "33153 'DRIED are threes but unsure whether the first is a seven or who knew the number instantly sounded insulted she be asked the "Do H is a telephone operator. ones who didn't have a often sounded embarras- or bring in your but took immediate steps i for a customer nullify their ignorance by writing down the correct num- 327 3333, in a conspicuous ART DIETRICH FLOWER CLINIC DENTAt MECHANIC PHONE Bldg. 222 5th St. S. 328-4095 more varied responses, al- .hough a large percentage of .he people called, spontaneous- ,y said the first thing they would take out of a burning house in themselves. As one put it, "If you're dead you won't need anything anyway." Many said their children would be the first to leave tho house. Some o! the other responses were: warm and any money I had in the house." find something com- fortable and away I'd go." aining valuable papers. figlit films (This person :ias a hobby of collecting films of boxing matches.) first thing I could reach that was important." several television sets. diamond rings. Operation EDITH happens to- Water plan urgent for south Alberta Uy IUCIIARD BURKE Herald Staff Writer Water will become short in pply here sooner Uian any- here else in the province. Dr. D. Stewart tolrl city council uesday, "and we'd better get jing some planning." Dr. Stewart made the state- ment wliile outlining the intent and form of the Water User's Conference to be held at the Community College Friday and Saturday. An indication of future water shortage came last year when "we didn't meet our commit- ment of cubic [eel par sec- ond to Saskatchewan on two 105 low-rental units needed here night at 8 o'clock. The Ex Drill in tiie Home is part of fire prevention week and is aimed nt eacb resident in the city. At 8 p.m., a .siren will be sounded in the downtown fire station signalling Ihe time when residents should carry out any fire drill plans tiiey real All federal candidates at V of I Four candidates for the Leth- bridge federal seat will be test- ed on their knowledge of eco- nomics at an all candidates forum at the University of Lcth- jridge Friday. The forum in room E 690 at the U of L Lethbridge campus wili start at 9 a.m. The event is sponsored by the economics department and the economics club at the univer- sity. A three member panel will grill the four candidates. They are Ken Runge, Lee lirocklesly and Terry Belanger, all students. The forum will then be thrown open to questions from the aud- SERVICE LTD. REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd AVE. S. Thursday, October 12fh SALE STARTS P.M. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE Nice older bedroom suite with complete bed, dresser, chest of drawers and night (able; Good soft wood bunk bids (wagon Wardrobe; Dinette table and chairs; Chest fi drawers: 10 bike; Nice gold flowered chesterfield and chair; Roy fridge; Tnppan counter lop range and oven; Itnst colored chesterfield and chair; Com- plete beds; Chrome suite; Frigidaire fridge; Combination con! and elcc. range; Good selection of TV's; Single mat- tress; Mugs: Coffee table; End table; French Provincial step table: Blre. healer; camera: Flour lamps; Utility tables; Mirrors; buggy; Speakers: Commer- cial floor polisher, Air coolers; Trailer jacks; ,Iig saw; Typewriters; Chrome high chair; Arm chairs; Exercise bike; Hocking horse; Stove hood; Guitar; Vacuums; Radio-Record play- er; Frigidaire automatic washer; Pressure pump and tank; British 303 rifle; Sm. girls' bike; Toys. Board meets deadline The Lcthbridge public school board has met the deadline for official reaction to major rec- ommendations in the Worth Commission Report on Educa- tional Planning. In its submission to be warded to the provincial gov- ernment, the board was in agreement with all the princi- pal recommendations, although some were supported more strongly than others. The was also careful to point out that it is already moving on some of the main recommendations such