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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta The Letltbtidge Herald THIRD SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Wednesday, December 16, 1970 PAGES 33 TO 40 New-type aircrraft may provide the answer WASHINGTON (AP) De-1 Bui lliey see Hit- project as use quieter jet engines, the lat- velopment of a new-lypc air-1 filling tile vacuum between the eM advance.1, lo restrict pollu- crafl wing hy U.S. space scien-! SST and present commercial; lion, and eat up fuel at a far lists could ieaci. lliey say, to planes. Thc proposed craft slower rate, quick creation of a cheaper, would fly at fed at a Ami, because it would produce non-polluting alternative to the supersonic speed of about liSI miles an hour, just under the speed of m) j( L he ing commercial would 1 anything nmv flying. i J restricted from flying over the National Aeronautics and Bui NASA scientists say their j United States and would still Space Administration scientists fasler lhan exist- j reach its dcstinatiiin faster than say the wing that one day may lift Ihe new the advanced technology e x p e r i- menial may help the United States retain su- premacy in Ihe world's aircraft I market. NASA lias made no public dis- closure of ils work and the plane is still in the project stages, but news of Ihe new wing came as Congress began final debate on continuing fed- era! subsidies to develop the SST The new wing was developed over the last five years by Dr. Richard T. Whitcomb al NASA's Langley Research Centre in Hampton. Va. More money, study needed sas Munro mils smooth-as-silk flight near the sound barrier, eliminating the bucking and pitching i present airliners now encounter 1 when they fly that fast. Spokesmen for Whitcomb O'JTAWA (CP) Welfare Minister John Munro Monday described thc government's new approach to old age persons considered to under the poverty line in Canada, one million will be assured a guaranteed annual income the proposed old age peo- ting a base for wider use cf (ho principles of a guaranteed annual income. But before such a guaranteed income could ever take effect for all Canadians, be told n o t b e r Sie said. would effectively he treated under the .same principle? through the proposed new system of family allowances. Stanley Knowles Win- i more study and a lot I money will he required. nipeg North Centre) disagreed more [ne swilcli from universality to selectivity, saving it will not I iin i n i IL nut, i polled Ihe new wing has a flat- The minister said his depart- movc thc Societv'towards equal- lened top surface and a curved i ment nmv is trying to solve "the He also look exception lo tire I bottom, a combination said to eliminate most of the shock waves encountered by conven- -___ AWAY WE GO Who needs a snowmobile when you hove two lads put their pets together and went dashing through the snow, a populoi healthy and eager dogs lo harness to your toboggan? These two Toronto winter pastime of most Conaodian youngsters.______________________ more troublesome aspects" of a guaranteed annual income, in-: chiding Ihe problem of disincen- j tional wings. j (jves to work thai might be a CHEAPEN THAN SST byproduct of a guaranteed in- Development of the new plane i come system. would be "nowhere near the He was replying to a question cost of the a NASA One recommendation already included in draft bill Good and bad news for Davey By JOHN Hentid Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA me cabinet has good and bad news for Sena- tor Keith Davey and his media-investigating colleagues if it ever gets around to let- ting him in on the news. Of the two most important specific recommendations piade to the government by the Davey committee recently, one already is included ill a draft bill that will be introduced after the Christmas recess and the other -definitely is in the wastebasket. First the good news. The recommendation that the or merging with other com-, two years ago when the new and it has proved lo be an oui- panies so they can be scruti- i postal rates on periodicals was slandir.g boon towards develop- nized by a "special tribunal decided and it wasn't done j ing Canada's export of manu- which wi'll be appointed to stop I then." one cabinet minister re-1 factiired products. greatly modify it to Canada's considerable disadvantage or else scrap it altogether. spokesman said, explaining the SST requires multiple technol- ogical breakthroughs and the new, slower plane would not. The SST has been criticized as- a noisy pollution producer i that may never pay its own 1 Th reason for letting Time has virtually no chance of even I s llle" Act the government is prepar- ing. Tills will establish lory register in which all conv ail economy piemcnted even though the convention urged the have to regis- j same thing last month. "We considered this in a way ter their expansions by buying i LADIES' Vi SIZE DRESSES IHIS CHRISTMAS GIFT HER WITH A lOVEtY NEW FUR ALL FURS Specially priced for the Budgel Wise Gift Shopper. NEW YORK FURS "SERVICt ANU QUALITY FOR OVER 32 YEARS" jauy no Uliuict; ui even ,u n 1 r- c msidered lei alone i privileges is the Canada U.S. Auto Pact. T h e magazine concessions came al a delicate time when negotiations lo conclude the pact were underway and Ot- tawa that harshness to- wards Time and the Digest could change the whole psychological climate in Waslv- inglon. So thc auto pad was signed without last-minute incidents Hour Channel Indicator Light Philco Transistor' ized Solid State Signal System H Tory scheme unworkable UVCOMBE (CP) Progres- sive Conservative suggestions that education taxes be re- i moved from property assess- I ments in Alberta are unwork- able, says Municipal Affairs Minister Fred Colbornc. 1 Those who recommend prop- l erly taxes can be used only for 1 municipal services are contend-! ing the move can be made j without any increase in laxes, i j he told a service club. j "I'd like to know how anyone can arrive at Ihal conclusion at n lime when present revenues' are insufficicnl lo meet expen- ditures. The only way you can eliminate the property tax on education without an increase in other taxes or a new form some existing programs." Mr. Colborne said no one is advocating the abolilion of pro- i sen! programs. "Almosi everyone delighif in asking a higher level of govern- ment for more money or more services. 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