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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THS ICTHBRIDCI HERAID Widimdoy, 11, 197t City transit places second The Lcthbridge Transit Sys- tem placed second in the Can- adian Transit Association's 1971 passenger safety competi- tion (serving a population ol under it was announced today. "We are pleased to receive the award, which is indicative of the safety driving liabils our drivers said John Frouws, transit superintendent, COSMOTfQUE LTD, 305 6th St. S. Ph. 328-1212 "FREE SPIRIT FRAGRANCE" Blabeto Aided lakes natural lions and makes thtm better. The re- sult is Blue Grass-a nature fiapance of soft greenery and sunNt flower fields. To spfasfi, to spray, to touch, to dab, to SOT the-21 variations on one timeless ttieme. Free yourself to the spirit of Blue to Ask About The NEW INVISIBLE MULTIFOCAL LENS (MULTILUX) ,t I Genetics formu tonight at 8 Potential misuse of knowledge always concern, scientists say The potential misuse of knowledge, which has always been a danger, has increased considerably during this scien- tific era with the rapidity of new findings, says Dr. James Ittiller. Dr. Miller, professor and head of the medical genetics GENETICS FORUM Dr. James Miller discusses 17th annual meeting of the Gene- ltrt Society of Canada with Dr. Margaret W. Thompson. Dr. Thompson is chairman of genetics forum to be held tonight at 8 o'clock at Votes Memorial Centre, and Dr. Miller is one of the speakers. The second spsaker is Dr. David Suzuki, an outspoken geneticist from the University of British Columbia. Playground course set By BERNTCE HERLE Herald Staff Writer A playground course sponsor- ed by tha department of cul- ture, youth and recreation and the southern area recreation council, will take place at tbe Buckhorn guest ranch, 15 miles west of Pincher Creek, from July 2 to 8. The course has a three fold purpose, the first being to train persons who are to be employ- ed for the summer by commun- ities or camps. The training will enable them to provide a more comprehensive program. The second reason Is to pro- vide a learning experience for young persons who may act as volunteer (or paid) junior lead- ers for playground programs, camps and parks. These may be young people who wish to have a learning experience and assist their community in be- coming a belter place to live. And third, the training will assist instructors and coun- sellors of the special camps church, YMCA, 4-H, boy scouts and guides so they are ablo to provide more in-depth pro- grams. Attendance at the camp Is limited to anyone 16 years of age and older who is employed as a summer programmer or is willing to volunteer their ser- vices to tha community upon return. They should be sponsored by a community or organization. No previous training or experi- ence Is necessary. Preference will be given to those who wil! be employed for this summer by communities or camps. The course will include lead' ership training and program (raining, creative drama anc storytelling, music, community and hoolenany, sports aiu games, arts and crafts, specia events, nature and Indian lore and outdoor education skills. Deadline ior applications Is Friday. Further information and application forms may be obtained from Max Gibb, south- ern recreation consultant, 515 7th St. S. or telephons 328-9696 BAPCO SUMME SALE! Save 36% on gallons of exterior latex This summer, make certain your house gets the very best. You get it with Bapco Exterior Latex Paint. It's easy to use and dries quickly. The low sheen finish resists fading, mildew and blistering. Like all Bapco paints, Exterior Latex is manufactured and tested right here in West- ern Canada. So, it's specially formulated to cope with the Western Canadian climate extremes. All Bapco Exterior Paints resist freezing temperatures, unrelenting sun, heavy down- pours, salt air and dryness. Paint your house this summer with Bapco Exterior Latex or either of the other quality Bapco Exterior paints. They're all in a wide range of colors from Bapco's bold new Decorator Color System, Stock up now and save on all three top quality Bapco Exterior House Paints. BAPCO EXTERIOR LATEX Easy lo use. Fast drying. Low sheen finish. Resists fading, mildew and blistering. SAVE 36% on gals. 26% on qts. Gals. Reg. Qls. Reg. S13.75 Sale priceO7C Sale price each O'J each BAPCO EXTERIOR LOW LUSTRE Dripless, durable and easy lo apply. Use on wood, stucco, cement blocks even on downpipes. Now SAVE 28% on gals, and qls. Gals. Reg. Qts. Reg. S3.85 Sole price QOO Sale price each each BAPCO EXTERIOR GLOSS HOUSE PAINT For those who prefer a high gloss finish. Fast drying. Now SAVE 29% on gals. 26% or qls. Gals. Reg. Qts. Reg. S13.75 Sale price Sale price O1fl each 37'3 each O IU HOYT'S "DOWNTOWN" 606 3 Avenue South Lelhbridge NORTH LETHBRIDGE 324 -13 Street North Lethbridge BUILDING SUPPLIES 240-13 Slreel North Lethbridge PRO HARDWARE 1904-20 Avenue CoalcJala 345-4322 GRANBERG SON HARDWARE Foremost LUMBER CO. 367-25 Street Fort Macleod BUILDING MATERIALS LTD. Picture Butle BUILDING MATERIALS LTD. Vulcan 485-2037 Watch those bikes! Nearly two bicycles a day re reported stolen to the city olice. Since the first of the year 26 cases of stolen bicycles ave been reported to the pol- ce. A total of 86 bicycles have een recovered by the police md returned to their owners, additional 41 have been re- orted retrieved by their own- ers. Police auctioned off IB un I aimed bicycles at a sealed- id auction May 23. The bicycle olding rack at the police sta- ion currently contains 23 cycles n good repair and strippeact of Genetic Researcli on Society, ij open to the public rree of charge. The Herald and Uw Univer- sity of Lethbridge are co-spon- sors of the forum, which is part of the nth annual meet- tog of the Genetics Society of )anada, here this week. The panel will be introduced >y Dr. Ruby Larson, cytogene- Ucist from tha Leihbridge Re- search Station. iceuce lours. EXPORT The export of flour and feec irought of new mone; o Lethbridge in 1971. Singers' tour plans complete The German part of the Anne Campbell Singers' concert tour has been finalized. The group will travel from Bremerhaven to Plon July 17 giving a concert July 18 at Castle of Plon, now convertcc to a boarding school. While at Kiel, the capital o the province, they will see par of the Olympic Sail Regattas and participate In several sight seeing tours. July 19 is a civic reception a Lutjenberg, and a concert the Hotel Kossauthal. In Linz on the 20th, the group will entertain at a nursing home and hospital. After a visit to Koln, the sing ers will travel by boat to Bonn where they will be guests at i banquet given by the Wes German government. Their last German concerts are July 21 in Bad Honningen and the 22nd in Neuwied. The- leave for Holland July 23. The concert tour was ar ranged by George Stein, wh also assisted them with the Ian guage in ttieir German songs. After Dr. Miller and Dr. Suzuki have given their sentatlons, lire public will invited lo participate In cussion on the subject. Alcoholism chair for universities? By JOE MA Herald Staff Writer The Alberta Medical Associa- te is advocating the establish- ment of a foundation to finan- cially support a choir or chairs on alcoholism and drug abuse at one or both of Alberta's two major universities. Acting on a recommendation Tom its committee on alcohol- ism nnd drug abuse headed by Dr. Hugh Arnold of Lcthbridge, the AMA board of directors has approved a motion calling for Jie association to support nnd take the initiative in the establishment of this foundation. In making the announcement, AMA president Dr. C. J. Varvis of Edmonton said the AMA's committee has considered the subject In depth and "it is ap- parent that education is an im- portant factor in understanding and in approaching the prob- lem." Swimming clinic on weekend A swimming clinic will be held Saturday and Sunday at tho Fritz Sick Swimming Pool, for Red Cross instructors, lead- ers and interested persons. Laurie Kane from Calgary will be conducting the clinic which will include instruction on teaching swimming to babies and pre-school children. Anyone interested in attend ing the clinic can register with Tom Hudson at the Cily of Lethbridge recreation depart- ment. Dr. James Oshiro of Coal- dale, president-elect who will -ake over from Dr. Varvis n September, and chancellor of :he University of Lethbridge, said the reason the U of L was not approached for the cslnb- ishment of such a chair was because "we feel it is better to establish a chair at a university which has a medical school." The proposed chair or chairs will be mulli disciplinary, com- bining the resources of the de- partments of medicine, psychi- atry, psychology, sociology, so- cial work and education. "It is apparent that the Uni- versity of Alberta favors the establishment of such a Dr. Vai-vis said. If adequate fi- nancing is secured, a similar chair should be established at the University of Calgary, he said. Dr. Arnold said his commit- tee has been active for the past two years and has been "seri- ously considering ths establish- ment of such a found Etion for the past year." The foundation will serve to collect and manage money do- nated by persons, organizations, ccV.panies and other groups. Dr. Oshiro said he understands that financial support frcm in- terested parties is steady available. Dr. Arnold said he thinks tha establishment of a chair or chairs could be materialized by the fall of next year. He said the foundation will work closely with the govern- ment's Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Commission in a double attack on Uie problem, the foundation concentrating in ac- ademic areas and the commis- sion in the education of lay public. CATTLE SALES Cattle sales were comprise; of 51.9 per cent slaughter cattle and per cent feeder cattle in 1971. page 21 More city news SUMMER I SHOES DRESS and WALKING SHOES I Leathers, Suedes, Wet Looks. REG. TO AS LOW AS h S9 .99 CASA VERDE DRESS SHOES SLINGS, PUMPS, SANDALS CHILDREN'S SCHOOL AND PARTY SHOES by SAVAGE and SUSAN AS LOW AS ALL SANDALS WOMEN'S, MEN'S, CHILDREN'S Reg. to AS LOW AS CHUNKY HEELS Leathers, suedes, wet looks, Crepes, Urithane, Composition soles. HANNA, KAUFMAN ROSITA, WOOLEY BOYS7 SHOES HUSH PUPPIES SAVAGE FORTUNE AS LOW AS........ PURSES Va to off OPEN THURS. AND FRI. TILL 9 P.M. 505 4th AVE. S. PHONE 327-3784 ;