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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - November 19, 1970, Winnipeg, ManitobaWimnie acc 19, a panel of aviation specialists agreed tuesday that government help was needed to bolster the Flag Ging Canadian aerospace Industry but they could t decide what form this help should take. The panel addressing the an Nual conference of the Canad an aeronautics and space Congress did agree Industry was in serious condition As exemplified1 by widespread layoffs in Toronto and Montreal aircraft and parts plants in the last year. The main reason was cited As the Vietnam War in which United states defence funds were going into building military goods not necessarily related to aviation. This was causing the drying up of considerable re search and development funds that go toward the aerospace Industry in times of. Relative peace. David Mundy president of the air industries association of Canada said Canada s Domestic Market was also hurting because of Low defence commit ments. What was needed was an enlightened partnership be tween government and Industry to develop a formula for sustained and balanced we Haven t established this rapport yet Here unlike some european countries which have found a basis for creative interplay Between government and . Harrison an air division chief in the department of Industry Trade and Commerce differed with or. Mundy say ing that there is Little justification for the existence o the Industry other than product since our strength is in Export. We must look at form ing an Alliance with a Good foreign he said. This appeared to be the which accounted for 88 per cent of of aeronautics products in 1967 compared with training roster the dodgers training roster included a record 82 players. At Liast once a Weik take her to for fresh new ideas in furniture discover Winnipeg s contemporary furniture Centre furniture paintings 222 Mcdermot Alpert 942.3279 Max Ste Mun sons auction Sale of a of new toys games dolls and Fco Wescom of Mitre and appliances at Carter s auction rooms 309 Carlton Street nor. 20kijtl.-oop.nl. Aka two per cent by Canada this was Why it was important for. Canada to maintain Good relations with its foreign based Parent companies so it would t suffer a deterioration in output ability. Don Janigan director of the departments Tater National de Fence programs Branch agreed that a kind of partnership with the , essential since Canadas m a a c t u r i h g strength was in components not in the building of Large air Craft Canadian publishing finished o r. Ottawa the Sale of Ryerson press by the United Church is part of the larger Issue of whether canadians will continue to publish any books at All senator Keith Davey Ontario told the Senate tuesday. Speaking in on a motion that the Senate banking committee study the question of Ryerson s Sale to Mcgraw Hill a .-controlled firm senator Davey said the. Moment of i nth in boo publishing in Canada is at hand. Only two major Canadian " Book publish ing Compaq ears Jill. Exist and Ach was in financial trouble. Senator Davey said. He is a member of the Church understands and sympathizes with its position in the Sale. He supported the motion for the committee study along with senator Therese Casgrain ind senator Casgrain said there is nothing wrong with the sen ate to find out about the although the provinces have the absolute rights to legislate on education. has a Coop of and a had produced school had Beeri sold fur new. York although Many furs now in climates the largest Supply still Corries from the North i two years ago to an american subsidiary company. And now Ryerson press is also to. Be sold to american she said. It was no wonder canadians were concerned. Senator Davey said a sense of National identity is needed from every Corner of Canada. The senator chairman of the Senate s special committee on mass Media which now is preparing report said he regrets that the committee did it have terms of reference cover Inge Blok publishing. Debate ii the Ryerson to Ion by senators Hazen argues a s k at c h e w a and l Alberta Calcutta cast threatens to dress London the London cast of Kenneth ten an s nude revue of Calcutta have threatened on s t a g e dressed unless is installed in their West end theatre. Turn the heat on by thursday night or we get they have told the management of the Royalty theatre where the revue is showing. The revue which gives London theatre goers their first sight of full frontal nudity under the Glare of spotlights opened during the summer in North London. It was later transferred to the West end. One of the 10-member cast Jenny run acre said tuesday night the stage hands at the Royalty Are working in Coats arid if the cast continues to appear nude without heating they will sick in a couple of weeks. The producer of the revue Michael White is expected to arrive Here from new York later this week to investigate the complaint. Jockey Johnny Longden hat More than victories. I of fold i sell Ita did Unis aids at everyday print of Retikis 493 Selkirk ave. N. Mpg. Dial 589-6388 pre Christmas at the Winnipeg auditorium Sale starts today at pah. And continues until v nov. 23 at 10 Phi sunday for browsing models free draw for a deluxe girl or boy s Bike Siuw models As 10w Las this is truly a wholesale inventory clearance Sale. Our reputation goes with every Sale. Please be our guests and browse around there May be something you will like. See you this weekend at the auditorium. Sincerely. 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