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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Day of mourning Honor guard of Israeli paratroopers fires a salvo as a salute to soldiers buried at a Tel Aviv cemetery. The day was declared a national day of mourning and many of the war dead were laid to rest in ceremonies across the country. watch the salute._____________________ ..__________________ Science Minister Sauve expects stronger role By PETER MICHAELSON OTTAWA The science the two- AALBORG AKYftVTT AALBORG AALBORG X AALBOR fc-N. AKVAVIT .DRY j Serve it straight ind icy cold J right out 6f the I refrigerator-with I buffet supper or cinipes isdso good ml cocktails First distilled in 1S46. MCVAVIT AALBORG year-old in the family of government ex- pects soon to acquire a stronger mandate to direct science Science Minister Jeanne Sauve said Thursday. A decision to strengthen and expand the present advisory role of the ministry can be ex- pected Mrs. Sauve said in an interview There was no doubt that the ministry couldn't stand pat A stronger role for the ministry was a major recommendation of the third volume of the Senate report on science published in September The headed by Senator Maurice recommended that the ministry be abolished if it does not for the pur- pose of the science the focus of planning and control Mrs. Sauve would not say exactly 'how the ministry would shift its say- ing the details had not been worked but she was in agreement with the Senate's recommendation that her ministry examine proposed science spending by govern- ment departments. As was recommended by the Senate science policy com- the departments SAND GRAVEL ASPHALT SAND and GRAVEL Conitructlon Co. Ltd. PHONE would separate scientific ex- penditures in preparing their budgets The science ministry would review and assess the proposed science spending Then an inter-ministerial committee could be set up specifically to deal with this about 03 billion in the current fiscal the duty could be assumed by an existing cabinet com- said Mrs. Sauve. she stopped short of agreeing with the Senate committee recommendation that a distinct science budget be established am in doubt about this she said There were ways for the science ministry to fulfil its role as science policy co-ordmator without controlling science spending Mrs. Sauve advocated changes the manner in which science spending now is no minister would be put in a position of apparent conflict of interest There was an apparent con- flict of interest for treasury board ministers whose depart- ments have a large chunk of their budgets devoted to science spending. Mrs. Sauve said the science ministry has made a case for better science policy co- ordination its good job of since it was set up in 1971 The ministry's new role may be to function as a secretariat of science spen- working with the treasury board on this aspect of the budget just as the ministry of state and the treasury board co-ordinate the total budget The operating on a small annual budget of about 4 has no operational responsibilities as have most other departments SHOPPING SPREE at WITH THE PURCHASE OF EVERY MOBILE HOME OR SECTIONAL HOME PURCHASED DURING OUR NOVEMBER SALE AT MOBILE HOMES SALES LOTS IN MOONS Superman myth destroyed Israelis are shaken u THIUTMMMXM By EDITH LEDERER TEL AVIV Israel has emerfwl from the latest Mideast war a country of troubled and uncertain people capable of irrational in the future unless permanent peace comes say top peycbologia The war war dispelled the com- forting view iieiu by many Is- these psychologists of themselves as supermen and the other side as permanently inferior and destroyed their ideas of Since the war began Oct. 6 the number of depressed Israeli civilians seeking treat- ment at the country's 20 com- munity mental health centres has increased by 10 per said Dr. Ludwing Israel's mental health direc- in an interview. He refused to disclose any other statistics but is very great tension among people in the country. Unless it is reduced by a desirable our centres will continue to be very heavily overloaded m the Dr. Hans who founded the psychology department at Tel Aviv said in a separate interview. a war with a bad bad a taste that even when there is good the people are not very hap py In when Israeli forces conquered the Golan Heights and there was a feeling that motherland had been Kreitler said there was very lit- tle left to conquer in the sense of conquering the so this which was forced on had no no aim could only crush the ar- mies of our enemies because we can't conquer their countries and we couldn't be enthusiastic about such an aim We fought for our ex- istence We didn't even fight for peace all our reactions were rather sobering Achi a counselling psychologist in the depart- ment of social said the war brought home something that Israelis have always known but chosen to ignore in the the fact that they live in a small country surrounded by enemies thought we were so so brave that nothing could touch he said people would smile when they'd say Israel was a small nation surrounded by enemies Now they all talk about danger coming to be a reality in the last few weeks A public opinion survey con- ducted by the Israel Institute for Applied Social Research and by Hebrew University's Communications Institute found 80 per cent of the public supporting the government throughout the war. But there was a slight shift in the degree of satisfaction with fewer people saying it was doing a very good Job. TELLS STORY Before the 33 per cent of those polled said Israel's handling of the military situa- tion was and 99 per cent termed it On Oct. 15-the 10th day of the figures were 2 per cent saying and 63 per cent By Oct M-the day of the second United Nations the figures were 24 per cent replying 51 per cent and 19 Br cent so very suecess- I. In the long Kreitler pre- dicted the psychological im- pact of the war be much stronger because all our gods failed means not only the living gods but the went through a period of high stan- war dard of extraordinary redacted enthusiasm for pioneering and work before the war Now they have to face the fact that most of their ideas about security were Neither territories nor bor- ders which were claimed to be secure are really the doctor said. will be a delayed shock he predicted. Israelis become aware of how great the danger was and how unprepared we it really might produce very irrational reac- MIGHT STRIKE BACK If some sort of peace settle- ment is achieved be Israel will be too busy implementing it won't have much energy for neurotic But he said if negotiations end up in a long-run stalemate may be far less and possibly strike back at the Arabs. he produces he gets paid ...justlike yon. HE S an export salesman for Canadian agricultural products like rye and flax He has contacts who know him and have demonstrated their preference for doing business with him Before you cast your ballot in the rapeseed we suggest you give the matter plenty of thought. After once you surrender freedom of you never get it back. He has helped to make rapeseed a significant Canadian crop by competing effectively m a difficult world market where there are maViy substitute sources and substitute products Some days he might choose between spending his time at the shops along the Ginza or at selling your gram Aren t you glad he works on commission' IT'S DUNLOP'S OFF LOCATION BRAND NEW 1974's '3825 DUNLOP HAS ONLY 1 DAY LEFT TO SAVE YOU HUNDREDS AT THE EXHIBITION PAVILION It's i staMpodo barootas Diinlop Ford's Off-Location Soil-Out it IN Exhibition Imimdiato flnawini at Tno Exhibition Pavilion can bo AS LOW AS OVER 85 BRAND NEW 1974'S IN WIN A TRIP FOR 2 TO LAS VEGAS Drop In and eee M ttw ExMMtton aavt en the IMW or newer ear of your chefee wWi the of wqr you may win m melting trip for two to LM Vegas. LEFTOVER DUNLOP FORD AS LOW AS 1973's M040 NOW ON LOCATION AT THE EXHIBITION PAVILION OPEN 10A.M. -10 P.M. 32S-4744 321-7564 or 328-7377 Jut 25 1973's Loft To Chotto Fronil ;