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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Off to the Canada Games Prime Minister trudeau a torch to Ottawa track star Glenda Reiser for the fint leg of a country-wide relay that will see the torch wind up in Burnaby, B.C. on Aug. 3 for the opening of the 1973 Canada Games. The flame will be carried by athletes from Newfoundland to the Yukon before arriving at the games site. PITTSBURGH PAINTS you'll love them and leave them onfora longtime w summer prices for time only participating dealers Special Prices! jgfiar Quality Exterior Oil Base or Latex... suOflwMd mail S13 45 gallon PittsDurgh Paints dealers offer you outstanding summer values on a full range of exterior paints. You'll find GOOD Quality for budget jobs at budget prices... BETTER Quality latex or oil base house paints and smooth-flowing enamels in 720 Custom Colours, all at reduced prices...and real savings on our BEST Quality, gleaming white one-coat work-savers. You can also rely on your Pittsburgh Paints dealer for the right paints, the right advice. He'll help you select the correct Pittsburgh product for your job and tell you how to apply it that it will stand up to sun, wind, rain and snow, season after season. Summtr Valut Prlct 5.95 Gallon Good Quality Exterior House Paint (Oil In white De timed. Exterior Latex House 6.75 Gallon In white be tinted Better Quality Base) Sun-Proof Exterior House Paint (or 9.55 Manufacturer's suggested retail price 113.45 Waterspar All-Purpose Manufacturer's suggested retail price 45 Sun-Proof Trim Enamel................... Manufacturer's suggested retail price S16 20 Best Quality One-Coat Wonder White (Oil Gallon Manufacturer's suggested reiail price S14 45 One-Coat Sun-Proof Latex Gallon Manutacturer's suggested retail price 45 Special Introductory Offer! New Latex Wood Stains 8.95 M underfilled lof tinting See label lor net contents PITTSBURGH PAINTS See the Yellow Pages under "Paint Dealer-Retail" (or your nearest Pittsburgh Paints dealer. ACE BUILDING SUPPLIES 433 24th St. N. Phone 321-7014 LETHBRIDGE PITTSBURGH PAINT GLASS CENTRE 252 12th St. N. Phone 327-1508 IETHBRIDGE Army may try warmer approach in recruiting OTTAWA (CP) Recruiting officers for the Canadian Armed Forces will be a wanner, more understanding lot from now on in an effort to solve enlistment problems. This slightly less militaristic approach to possible armed forces recruits was suggested today Col. Leslie Hutchins, director general of personnel requirements, as one method of dealing with a recruitment drop. The forces' failure to meet their enlistment quotas became noticeable earlier this year and after their target of re- cruits in the first five months was missed by 650. "It's basically a selling job that is Col. Hutchins said in an interview. "I think we have got to try a warmer approach The mili- tary posture has got to be re- laxed a bit in dealing with po- tential recruits." This revamping of the force's recruitment posture is just one method being tried to solve the enlistment problem, he said. "We are clutching at straws because we really do not know what the reason for the decline is." he said. Some of the possible reasons suggested include: weather condi- tions this winter resulting in fewer recruits coming in out of the cold. employment oppor- tunities in parts of Canada that had been high recruitment areas. of young people towards the military particu- larly because of Canada's in- volvement with the Inter- national Commission of Control and Supervision (ICS) in Viet- nam. Col. Hutchins acknowledged that all or some of these could be to blame but he refuses to pin the fault on any of them. For the first time, the forces are going o advertise nation- ally on television, Col. Hutchins said. Also, Col. John Despault, deputy director of recruiting, will make an inspection tour of the 26 recruiting stations in Canada to try to find solutions to the enlistment decline. Gonorrhea vaccine search continues TnurtMy, june 14, 1973 int urrwiiDOi HIKAID OTTAWA (CP) Govern- ment health officials will carry on the search for an anti-go- norrhea vaccine despite failure of a test on humans in Inuvik, N.W.T., last year. They will try to purify the vaccine and perform more ex- tensive tests on animals than were done, before starting an- other human trial porject. Dr. J. A. McKiel, director- general of the federal Centre for Disease Control, said in an interview Wednesday he thought it was possible modi- ficatons can be made to make the Canadian-developed vaccine effective. Researchers now are working to purify the test serum and will study its effects on the dis- ease in animals. The conclusion that the vac- cine was a failure came after two tests on humans. One, in Ottawa, was made on university students to see if the vaccine produced antibodies and to test for adverse reac- tions. That trial was judged suc- cessful, as 90 per cent of the 54 subjects developed some of the antibodies necessary to combat the disease. A second test in Inuvik was then undertaken among a group believed to have been exposed go gonorrhea because of their fifsetyle. Of the 62-member volunteer group, 46 had a history of go- norrhea infection. They were split into two sections; one was given a non-active injection while the other received in- jections of the vaccine. There was no significant dif- ference between the two groups in the test as 10 of 33 of the vaccinated section and 7 of 29 of the placed volunteers de- veloped the disease. Dr. McKiel said that 56 per cent of the vaccine group did develop antibodies to some ex- tent. But officials do not know what the minimum antibody level to prevent the dsease would be. Failure of the Inuvik test has led to postponement of a pro- posed test on university students in Uganda. The vaccine, which contains dead gonococal bacteria, was developed by Dr. Louis Green- berg of Ottawa's Canadian Communicable Disease Labora- tory. Dr. Greenberg now works with the Pan-American Health Organization. Rapeseed growers will hold poll OTTAWA (CP) George S. Turner, former president of Manitoba Pool Elevators and governor of the Winnipeg Com- modity Exchange, has been ap- pointed to supervise a fall poll of Prairie rapeseed growers to determine whether or not they wish to sell their oilseed through the Canadian wheat board. Mr. Turner, active in farm organizations for the last 40 years, first worked for the Manitoba Pool in 1928. He was general manager from 1960-69 and president in 1970. He now is retired. Otto Lang, minister respon- sible for the wheat board, de- scribed Mr. Turner as an "ideal man to consult with growers and to supervise the conduct of the poll for the government." "I want the poll to be impar- tial and truly reflect the free will of rapeseed Mr. Lang said in a news release. The poll is expected to be taken after harvest time this year. Currently, only wheat, barley and oats are marketed by the wheat board, federal regulatory agency for the three grains. Earlier attempts by Mr. Lang to include rapeseed, flax and rye under the board were turned aside by opposition MPs on the Commons agriculture committee, who asked that fanners first be consulted about how they wanted the crops mar- keted. Mr. Lang has said that any changes agreed upon by rape- seed growers would not be im- plemented before Aug. 1, 1974. "Growers, exporters and buy- ers are all affected by method of selling, so plenty of time is needed." If changes are made in rape- seed marketing, separate steps will be taken to determine whether changes need to be made for rye and flax, Mr. Lang said. All three of these grains now are sold by private methods. Investment policy advocated CAMROSE (CP) The Al- berta Chamber of Commerce concluded its annual meeting with a policy statement asking the provincial government to develop a foreign investment policy with long-term goals. The government also will be called upon to encourage agri- culture services, processing fa- cilities, feed lots and labor-in- tensive forms of agriculture. The chamber presented a pol- icy dealing with the Athabasca oil sands development recom- mending regulation to increase benefits to Canadians, making optimim use of Canadian and Alberta labor. Other recommendations call- ed for the government to re- vise royalty legislation on tar sands oil, to encourage techno- logical research in Alberta and to revise its rental rates charg- ed for oil sands leases. 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FLEETWOOD Black and white SMILES 'N CHUCKLES TURTLES 14 box BATH TOWELS Approx. Seconds............ea. 84.44 2.27 J.99 ASSORTED A AOd GLASSWARE O ,or BRIDGE MIX LOWNEYS bag SERVIETTES 500 pack White or colored for BAKERY FEATURE! SHORTCAKE WALL PICTURES 24" x KNEELETS. One size. 100% nylon..... PATIO TABLES. 19" diameter. Asiorted colors......... LADIES' HALTER TOPS Sizes S-M-L. Assorted CLEARANCE SPECIALS Only 6.96 2 1.83 1. MEN'S AND LADIES' SOCKS Assorted styles and colors................ pr. LADIES' SHORT AND TOP SETS Sizes S-M-l. Blue or pink........... HAND CREAM Lanolin or Olive Oil. oz................ 57" 4.88 RUBBER GLOVES 2 Use Your Woolworth, Woolco or Chargex Cards WooKvortk ;