Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
22 THE 1.ETHDRIDGE HERALD Tliurulny, August 10, 1972 LIKES CARS Ronnie Hawkins stands bjsido his Rolls Royce at his home in Toronto. The cor, owned by Lady Eaton, is one of 13 cars Hawkins owns worth a total of almost needed 7, 11 Uy HOI! 1I.AS I OTTAWA KTM An iiin'rnft Industry loader ex- pressed ccmceni at lie called government delays in setting up the STOL (lemmistni- tiorl project. David Miintly. incident of Ihe Air of Canada, said that unless do cisions arc taken iTirm on the pilot project is likely that we wilE lose a v.liole year." Time is important in Can- ada's effort to maintain a v.'orld lead in the short takeoff and landing aircraft, he said. Transport Minister Don Jamieson announced that an experimental STOL service between Ottawa and Montreal would in May, 1973. The Air Industries Associ- ation and the government are working closely in an effort to develop a Canadian STOL air- craft industry. One aim of the STOL service Is (o show the value of an en- tire system filled to STOL air craft, including airstrips, land- ing equipment and other facil- ities. WANTS LEAD The Canadian aircraft In- dustry wants tn develop a lend iji providing electronic equip- ment and other devices linked to STOL service. The aircraft is also busy working on an aircraft, the de Havilland which is designed to keep Can- ada ahead of other nations in STOL aircraft. Ontario weak corner for Liberal parly TORONTO (CP) Globe and Mai! quotes Jean Marcii and, regional economic pansion- minister, sayinj. that Ontario is the "weak coi- ner" for the Liberal party in the next federal election. In a Quebec City story, the newspaper says the mini.si.er said in an interview Wednesday that il the Liberals lose seats in the province it. uil! he to the Conservative Party. "It's Mr. Marchand Is quoted saying, "It's causc of our Ism and regional duvctopriu-nt which favor everybody except Ontario." "In Toronto, I have the im- pression IhJjt tr.ey say: Tnat damned government us'." The "question ritualism tires q uotes M r.