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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Still snow There's still lots of snow on the Garibaldi range though the rest of southern British Columbia Is about 50 miles north of Vancouver quite warm. Multi-coloured Casuals for Men! (A) A smart looking cas- ual shoe for the man on the move! 'Sandwich' rubber heel and toe for comfort. 5 eye tie. Green, Rust, Tan com- bination. Men's 4-eye tie Box Toe Oxford (B) Choose all Leather or Suede and Leather combination uppers. Both have a thick cork sole and higher heel. In Burnished Brown. Boys' Infants' Camper Boots (C) For camping or just kicking a round I Heavy vinyl uppers with stur- dy Mocc toe. Durable, moulded unit sole. Boys', Misses', Youths', Infants'. Brown. pair pair Women's Leisure Treads! (0) Two ply linen uppers with elas- ticiied top. Flexible iole. Beige, Palo Blue. Wedge Sole Casuals (E) Cool slip-on with fabric uppers and rubber wedge sole. Cushioned Insole. Floral. Slip Into This Value! (F) Perky casual features straw f: weave uppers and mushroom cork sole and heel. Brass ornament, i.' White only. Super Soft Casuals (O) Crinkle uppers for superb com- fort. Low, walking heel. Strap with buckle accent. and Black only. Full sizes 5-10. daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. We right to limit quantities. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Wednesday, 1973 7HI UTHBRIDOI HfRALD Study science impact consumer poll under way By JEFF CARRUTHERS OTTAWA The federal min- istry of science and technology la spending to study the impact of science and tech- nology through the mass media on Canadians. The study, billed as the first of its kind in in- volve a major cross-country consumer series of di- rect interviews with Cana- dians representing a random, cross-section of the populace. The consumer poll, which will be conducted by a yet-to-be- named private survey company on contract to the government, will attempt to measure the public's awareness of things sci- entific, the public's interest in science and technical and the public's understanding of science and technology. In other words, it will attempt to determine what Canadians want to know about science and technology and what they might have already received. The national poll is scheduled to start this fall. A second part of the study will take an in-depth look at the middle-men and middle-women, mainly those working in the mass media and responsible for disseminating information to the public. This part will involve a series of mailed questionnaires that will be sent to some 700 editors, writers and information special- ists outside of government. The aim is to determine not only how the media works, but also which individuals are most crit- ical in this process of dis- seminating science information and whether the process can be improved. One of the specific questions raised is whether reporters and broadcasters are satisfied with Heads House of Lords LONDON (AP) Lord Wind- lesham, minister of state for Northern Ireland, was named Tuesday as government leader in the House of Lords, and be- c a m e the second-youngest member of the British cabinet. He is 41. David James George Hen- nessy, third baron Windlesham, also takes over as Lord Privy Seal, with responsibility for run- ning the civil service. In both posts Windlesham succeeds Lord Jellicoe, who re- signed last month after admit- ting "some casual affairs" with prostitutes. Prime Minister Heath's office also announced that the other government minister who re- signed as a result of the call girl scandal, Lord Lambton, is being replaced as for the air force by Anthony Ker- shaw, 57, one of three ministers of state at the foreign and Com- monwealth office. As air force minister, Kershaw holds a sub cabinet post. Windlesham, one of the young comers in the government, had been mentioned as a likely suc- cessor to William Whitelaw as Britain's chief executive in the troubled province of Northern Ireland. His appointment as leader of the Lords may force Whitelaw to remain in the Bel- fast hotseat longer than origi- nally planned. Teacher cuts not necessary CALGARY The teacher dismissals feared nec- essary by the Calgary public school board due to a reduced budget will not be necessary, says Jack Earle, board direct- or of education. The board announced last month it would dismiss some teachers to meet a budget cut of 68 teacher positions. Resignations and requests for maternity leave and leave of absence made the reductions unnecessary, he said. The unexpected spate of res- ignations has produced five vacancies in senior high schools, 17 in junior high schools and 1.5 in elementary. MONEY EATEN TOKYO (AP) A hog in Japan bad a yen.for yen, worth to be exact. A hog trader laid the yen down while hag- gling with a prospective buyer and the hog ate the money, the Japan Times said. the way their stories are edited, produced and pub- lished. (Most writers and broad- casters will probably answer, "hardly Ken Kelly, director of Infor- mation services for the science ministry, said Monday "we are looking for really vali-ble re- sults for both the gov, iment (in disseminating science infor- mation) and the puWic." Educators to high schools, colleges and universities, as an example, could be expected to benefit from what is learned about the typical Canadian view and understanding of science, Mr. Kelly suggests. More specifically, educators in journalism at various levels stand to learn a tot about both the information dissemination process and about the feelings of the Journalists and the public to the process. Inside government, the study is being sold on the basis that it will pinpoint ways for the gov- ernment to improve its dis- semination of science Informa- tion. There is also the broader argument (bat if the govern- ment is to better educate the public about putting science and technology to good use in Can- ada, then it must have idea bow educated and inter- ested the public is about sci- ence. Two researchers, OrestDubaa and Lisa Martel, are under con- tract with the science ministry to undertake the project. The. results of the study are being integrated in a general way with similar work underway in the United States. Wandering Wear Priced the Woolco Way! Men's Italian Leather Sandals Leather Sandals from India Dress smartly in sandals with brass ringed strap, brass studs, adjustable heel strap and rubber sole and heel. Dark Brown. Hand made Buffalo hide construction gives you long wearing support. Oil Brown. Basketball Shoes for the Family Canvas uppers, sure grip sole. Black, White. in Green. Men 7-12 even. 1-6 even. Youths 11, 12, 13. PAIR 11 2.44 Walk Tall In Cork Clogs This fashion value features durable vinyl uppers and lining. Elasticized strap and buckle. Padded insole. Stain- ed cork wedge heel. m White, Red and Navy. fg PAIR Ladies' Sandals from Italy Vinyl uppers in weave. or White. PAIR 5.99 Rubber Constructed Infants' Sandals Big Value! Misses' Rubber Sola Sandals Adjustable strop, soft sponge Red, Brown, Yellow. PAIR 1.19 Canadian sandal with able strap. PAIR TTIMI 3.11 3 Month Guarantee for Infants and Misses Running shoe has canvas uppers and cushioned arch support. Blue, Infants' 5-10 even Misses' 11-3 PAIR TV I UlWf 2.22 Mffl. DEPARTMENT STORES A MVMVMI TM Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. COLLEGE SHOPPING MALL Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive right limit quantitln. IF YOU TAKE AWAY OUR LOW PRICES YOU'VE GOT A REGULAR DEPARTMENT STORE ;