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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD August 16, 1972 EATON'S Back-to-school goes better with a sweater For just 5.99, you con buy a iuper sweater (bat makes going back-ro-sehool more fun; Choose from three long-sleeved styles. Round, V, or turlleneck, Pick your favour-tie Fall shade. Grey, Red, Nalural, or Navy. Teeneri' Pcriona] Shopping Only. Teen Wear, Main Floor Shetland sweaters a campus favorite This li the year of Ihe sweater. Swealerj to to go plaids and tweeds panls onrf skirts. What boiler choice lhan pure Shetland sweaters, imported from Scotland. Classfc cardigans, crew neck pullovers. Beautiful, and warm. Colors are super Silver Grey, Stale ue. Red, Fcwn, Dusty Yellow, White. Sizel 36 lo Full-fashioned Cardigan. SALE Long Sleeve Pullover. SALE Small happy price for nylon bikinis Easy-care sleepwear for back-to-school Sale 4 for 2 .99 SALE 5 .99 they're eaiy-lo-launHer eloitic at and or fun naulical, or.d rr.'SK. Hiijrl AU in eaty-cora Forfrcl ond coHon, preilJcd up with >oli c.f embroid- end loco trim. Sizei P, S, M, L in Pfnk, Blue. Mini, Icsi fogo, hi kin i pan'iff. Caftan is fun for your casual life! Neat few prico for a foLinger. Three iiippered front, mandarin rifted, ChoojR from Java prints in 100% col- fjn occfnlr: in otlmrli Lowngcweoc, Main Floor Pants go back-to-sd in soft and denims SALE 6 .99 Still a role for government in research TORONTO (CP) In an- nouncing the federal jjovcni- mont's new "contraciing-oul which means more rc- .oarch ami development, pro- ecLs will be over lo pri- atc industry, Science; Minister laslair Gillcspio said federal departments and agencies will continue to play an important role. "The government .hat there arc important nitd le- gitimate reasons for direct gov- ernment involvement in re- he .said. He also promised in the news release announcing the policy there would he no layoffs or fir- ngs of those involved in re- search and development work. But the criteria spelled out for departmental projects in- :Iicatc there will need In he some changes in approach in several departments. Mentioned in the news re- as likely lo he affected were: energy and mines and resources, environment, com- munications, national defence and agriculture departments and the National Research Counci 1. LITTLE GOES OUT A breakdown of the total costs of research and develop- ment by department or agency show the National Research Council spent million of a total million on m- Lradepartmental research and gave million to in- dustry. The environment department spent million within the de- partment compared with million paid to industry. Agriculture spent million with none of the funds ear- marked for agricultural re- search spent through the pri- vate .sector. Remaining funds went lo re- search through universities or other non-industrial areas. Conversely, the department of industry, trade and com- merce spent only million of a total million earmarked for R and I) and million of its funds were spent through the private sector. HXAJHi'Mtf (M'TUIlEl) Examples of the kinds of re- search thai will continue to bo carried out by departments in- clude: where security prohibits industrial in- volvement. inappropriate to Industry or where no suitable industrial capability exists and it would not benefit the country lo create one. and development associated v.Hh narcotic con- trol, prelection of the public a gain.'; I unsafe drugs and air traffic safety research. of national and international standards, K uc h as we ight, leng ti and time, lo enable the de- partment to assess current de- velopments and direct the de- partment in its contacts with industry. testing facilities necessary to industry as a whole. Above all, the minister said, no commitment to a project will be made before its poten- tial benefits to the ounlry as a whole have been considered. Chiefs critical of PM statement LONDON, Out. (CP) The Police Association of Ontiirm today criticized Prime Minister Trudeau's reaction to a recent move hy Calgary to appoint an American to head the city's po- lice force. In an interview last Mr. Trudcau said he saw nothing wrong with appointing an American to such a position, citing other Americans wlw now perform competently in other positions in Canada. Sydney Drown, association president, said during the week long annual meeting, the Ontario association had sup- ported the Calgary Police Asso- ciation in its opposition to (he appointment of Chief Charles Gain, head of the Oakland, Ca- lif, force. "Tha opposition was not di- rected against one particular individual hut against the idea of an American holding tlial po- Mr. Brown said, "Anyone who takes that view loxlay is considered a nation- ho said. "It's .strange lo see even our prime minister is not a nationalist. Like anything else, he didn't study it before making a comment. Of course we could exchange our I'M for Spiro Agnew (U.S. vice-presi- but that v.mild be irre- sponsible." Mr. JJrown said no Canadian could become an American ice officer without first becom- njj an American citizen. 1K1TERATKS STATKMICNT Quoting excerpts from his to the annual confer- ence of Die Canadian Police As- sociation in fit. .loim'.s, Nfld. fiifit month, Mr. Brown urged reinstatement of capital punish- ment. The association will discuss a resolution oE the Canadian asso- ciation dealing with Die ques- tion during sessions later this week. Mr. IJrown also stressed tlio need for police forces to ha allowed to use wire-lapping de- vices. He saifl plans for a new million police college in Ay- Inner, Ont. would make tho school "Ihe most comprehensive police education centre in North America IJ Add a sweater or a shirt lo a pair of pnnls, and you'ra all set fo claiiosl Choose neat pirv-vale coMon cords, or sofl brushed denim. Regular rise; flared legs. In purple. Mack. Teeners' 8 To 14x. Personal shopping only. lean Wcnr, Main floor Shop Eaton's Thursday and Friday 9 to 9, Saturday to p.m. BUY LINE 328-8811 Sfanfielck slai'l lour of Saskatchewan OTTAWA (CP) Con- s cs r v ri U v e and Mrs. Slanficld will begirt a four-day tour .Saskatchewan on Wednesday. They arrive En Moose Jaw evening and c o tn in n n i t y reception and inainstrtcliiiK nclivily Thurs- day with .side- visils to Crrro- micli, Wynyarcl ;md Saskatoon. I1'i 'May's ju'livities include n hK.'nkdist jncelijiK a neve's conlei is in Lloyd minster, a community lunch in St. Wal- Inirtf