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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - December 18, 1970, Winnipeg, ManitobaWinnipeg free press Friday december 18, 1970 Early limited quantities potted mums Chinook blankets Beautiful live potted mums to brighten your soft and warm. Completely washable. Reg. Woolco Price 2.16. Sale Price assorted sewing baskets the Ideal Christmas gift. Wide variety of styles and colors. Rec. Woolco Price 5.57 ill a to 19.99. Off gemini carpet sweeper ii yur 15.88 whisks dirt away from any floor surface even deep pile carpets. Rec. Woolco Price 18.88. Sale Price punch bowl set Gethers. Reg. 6.97 Ideal for those Holiday get together. Reg. Woolco Price 7.97. Sale Price Garland plastic Garland. Green and 9 feet Long. Reg. Woolco Price 1.96. Sale Price 1.17 hampers Ideal for Bath or boudoir. Variety of styles and colors. Reg. Woolco off Price 8.88 to 15.37. Rec now 1 Price 3 pc. Luggage set 34.86 an Ideal Christmas gift. Sale Price. Planters peanuts roasted. .76 vacuum packed for freshness. Dry roasted. 12 of. Jar. Reg. Woolco Price .86. Sale Price fruit cake 3 in. Fruit cake. Ideal for Christmas serving. Reg. Woolco Price 1.94. Sale Price he 10.3 .3d Vii 15. 1.43 Madras foil wrap put touch of Glamour into your gift wrapping. 4-Roll package. Sale Price 1.43 ladies Winter boots ladies 12" boots. Warmly lined. Canadian made. Brown. Reg. Woolco Price 7.88 4. Johnny lightning 500 no motors no batteries no wires. Set includes operating unit dual Lap counter two 180 de Gree turns and much More. Rec. Woolco Price 17.86. Sale Price two of be 9.99 men s name Brand Hose made of Kroy Wool and Nylon. One size 10-12. Sale Price prs. Or 1.50 each 2 192 prs. Name Brand Hose size 10-12. Ont size 10-12. Sale Price children s snowmobile boots Vinyl sole. Nylon water repellent uppers. Sizes 5-10. Rec. Woolco Price 7.49. Sale Price 4.97 ladies teens ski jackets 100% Nylon. Sizes 7-14 and so a. Rec. Woolco Price 10.83. Sale Price 7.97 infant toddler dresses 100% polyester with lace trim. Assorted colors to choose from. Sites 6-24 months and 2-3x. Rec. Woolco Price 4.67 to 5.27. Sale Price o in 3.44 men s flannel shirts Long sleeves Plain collars. Variety of colourful plaids and checks. Washable Cotton. Sizes so a Ric. Woolco Price 1.88 a. Sale Price Luu Uii. Oi4.ca 1.17 electric train set 19.97 24.77 Crossroads Gamey . Train sets. Rec. Woolco Pili 24.97. Grant Park Tyco . Train sets. Reg. Woolco Price 29.77 imported bedspreads made of heavy Rayon round Comers Blind stitch hems. Double size Only approx 97" x Many colors to choose from 19.99to 26.99 Pool table crossroad store Only this heavily constructed snooker table with 2" snooker balls Triangle 2 cues Cue rest Holder with Chalk and instruction Book let. 4 x 8 size. Live rubber Cushion Wool cloth. Rec. Woolco Price 197.95. Sale Price 167.95 boys Coats Wooi Melton topcoats and duffle Coats. Pile lined and quilt lined. Assorted colors. Sizes 8-18. My. Woolco tit Kcf Sale Price i id 14.99 boys bathrobes guaranteed wish abbe fabrics in a wide variety Cotor Ful plaid patterns. Sizes 8-16. Rec. Woolco Price 2.m. Sale Price 1.99 store hours to dec. 23 9 . 10 . Mon. Thru sat. Science policy 4accidenf continued the Cf-100 Jet interceptor Cost ing million in Federal fund before production. Top Cost of course was the million sunk in the Arrow. In View of the Gap at Thi says tip Senate report i is hard to see How a Clear policy could result from the three policy advisory National research Council the science Council of Canada and the economic Council of Canada. The arc created in 1916 the economic Council in 196 and the science Council in 1966. The study says arc s effectiveness As an advisory Agency was weakened seriously when i acquired huge laboratories in the 1930s and 1940s. It then faced a conflict of interest be tween offering advice and doing its own research. The science Council it adds has been working in a political vacuum with minimal Impact on policy. The Senate science policy headed by senator Maurice Lamontagne que economist and former Cabinet minister was created in 1967. Its extensive hearings included trips to the . And Europe. Most of the specific recommendations will appear next year in a second report. One recommendation made by the first report Calls for a Perma nent Senate committee to re View major policy issues every Ive years and to study individual areas or problems when while the report praises achievements and Scien its of the last 50 years it also ays the bulk of the evidence to the committee including what came from the e d e r a 1 government sector dressed the need for an Over All science policy v the committee said the Orga ligation of science is the Core f Power in this generation comparable with ownership of Industry in the 39th Century or f the land in Feudal times. T concludes that Canada suf ers from the snobbery of science stressing Basic re Earch to the neglect of the search and development that Ead to new technologies and new products it attributes this distortion artly to Cabinet apathy and artly to the arc which it ays has never effectively Pread the results of its re Earch. The committee contrasts Thi situation with the United state practice of contracting out projects to Industry. This strength ened the capacity of private Industry to produce new products and develop new technologies. The major Effort in writing in the final report was by senator Lamontagne senator Donald Cameron sen Ator Andrew Thomson Tario and senator Allister Gro Sart it says that in future a major government responsibility in this age of the scientific revolution is to ensure that society gets the maximum benefits from science and technology at minimum Cost. Thai will require policies for such things As health transportation or agriculture and a coherent Over All under effective controls. Much speculation has centred on the Prospect that future recommendations will include a minister for science policy with Powers to co ordinate All government science activities. The report says that com pared with Many Western coun tries Canada spends a greater share of science funds on re search than on technological development relies More Huayi y on academics than on Industry to do research performs More research in government laboratories than any other advanced country finances far Ess research outside govern ment labs with Public funds and avers the academic sector Over he Industrial in contracting search. Summarizing the Way science policy now is made the com Mittee finds a series of policies or individual sectors All strongly influenced negatively Treasury Board which re views planned spending. The Senate committee regretfully regards this As a science policy by ays the report echoing in 1969 testimony of Simon Reisman Hen Secretary of Treasury Oard and now Deputy finance minister. The committee pays tribute the honesty and frankness Vith which government representatives described the Situa Ion pressing for a Clear Over 11 policy and better co Ordina Ion of the sectors of the Scien fic Community. The set of proposals present j to the committee by the Over Ament representatives was thing less than a the fall that gave six year old Mary to Lestourgeon her Shiner was t in the school Christmas play script. The Indian Apolis miss hit a table at Home while try ing out her wings. Towel found in Man s body bomb threat reported Cocoa Fla. A one Man has been taken into Cus Tody following a bomb threat against the Cape Kennedy spaceport. Security measures were intensified but no explosive devices were found. The Man was held on outstand i n g warrants from another county. The Brevard county sheriff s department said no c h a g e s had been placed against him in connection with the bomb scare. Telephone Calls to the Fri of fice in Daytona Beach and the Daytona Beach news journal t h or s d a y evening warned after 11 o clock the Cape won t be there any the Anonymous male caller warned that two cars one of them bearing Louisiana plates were heading to Cape Kennedy to blow it up. Wilson said the caller gave the car s licence plate number which matched that of the arrested Man s car. The Man was apprehended by deputies Here after he sought directions from Security guards at the nearby Kennedy space Centre. T no explosives were found in the Auto Wilson said. A search for the second car mentioned by the caller continued today but a department spokesman admitted we Don t have anything definite to go an official for the National aeronautics and space administration said tightened Security precautions were limited to the Moo port s Gates. How can you search he asked. Toronto up an inquest has been scheduled into the death of a fort Erie ont., Man whose body contained a surgical Towel almost a Yard Long. Wilfred English 68, a re tired Border customs in s p e c t o r underwent abdominal surgery at Toronto general Hospital a few Days before his death nov. 22. Or. K. R. Baxter the Coroner in the Case said the inquest is set for Jan. 5 but would not comment on the details. Hospital officials said or. English had been a patient there but would make no statements. Or. H. B. Cotnam on Tario s supervising Coroner notified. Police after learn ing that a Towel was found by surgeons who performed an autopsy. Donates to gallery London a a 77-Yearold baronet who died without an heir left a Fortune to Britain s National Art Gal Lery. Sir Robert Hart s will published wednesday said the Money should be used to buy pictures for the London gallery. Blocks discharge Washington a supreme court Justice William 0. Douglas blocked the United states air Force thursday from discharging an unmarried nurse who recently gave birth to a baby daughter. Douglas s order keeps capt Susan struck 26, on Active duty until a Federal court in Washington state decides her suit challenging an air Force Regula Tion that prohibits women in the service from giving birth. 12, lit Sana ran feet up in the Rockies nationwide consumer testing Institute rams the ski Whiz through four full seasons of torture in ten Days the whole idea was to Sec just How much punishment the ski Whiz could the most Adverse conditions we could find. A nationally recognized Independent testing nationwide consumer testing and supervised every last detail of the most rugged snowmobile endurance test Ever attempted. They took four Stock Model ski whiz400 sets off our production line and carted them out to the Rocky mountains. Then they took them feet above sea level into the treacherous terrain of the Continental the air is so thin an engine can hardly breathe. And then they ran them Day and night around the they dropped. Over deep powder and Slick hardback Over slash and mud and Frozen crust Over Jong stretches of rocks and Bare ground Over hidden tree stumps and Bouwers. They even rounded ski Whiz Over an abandoned Railroad bed. Boim Cong Over ties and Gritty cinders with winds gusting from 20 to 50 temperatures varying from 4 to 50 degrees. The testing company told us 500 Miles of Arowol the clock driving under these conditions would be the equal of one fall season of Normal operation. No repair that could t be by the Driver with Only Normal replacement parts and an inf Rac Tiona manual would be permitted. Finally after seven Days and 1.509 Miles the first ski Whiz gave oat. It needed new Points and a tune up so we took it out run. After ten Days and Miles the last ski Whiz was disqualified because it needed a repair the Driver could t make by himself. According fat the of resent accelerated testing standards of the nationwide consumer to Sims distance equals four my seasons of operation. I War the most ragged conditions Yon imagine. Before you get stuck Tough and Breaks Down easy Check out the machine that proved its reliability the hard Way. The ski Whiz Rocky Mountain endurance run proved there s one you can count on to get you you take it. Season after season after season after season. There Are four Tough ski Whiz models to choose from. A built for keeps by Massy Ferguson the company with 123 years of engineering know How. Massey Ferguson ski Whiz 71 Steve proved our Relefa fity the hard Way tit Lex scr iyar twos. St. Wpm. C saws sales service f79m. My. T Watts Corr

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