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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Tftt! KTHBRIOCC HESAIU ff ;c u v j, j-fr- v "'fi r.' V it j r V inf rf Cfc .y- A' i T. Lx _, LEAPING SALMON A salmon vainly fries to clear B five-foot waterfall, on ob- eie in fhe way of the Salmon River spawning ground south of Langley, B.C. of already gathered In the river. 'Out wa 's ECM or nation By BEST BRUSSELS (CP) eraiiy ''outward-I and It I should: provide a lengthy transi- Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp .said Tuesday a.n Atlantic '.rade i confrontation would have dire i ronseqHences for Canada. i "We stand io lose perhaps j than any other country from United States protection- tern and from retaliation by oth- be said, "We could1 be left the clioice between moving into the embrace of the j 0m'ted States or out into the teoM. Neither prospect delights Sbarp'-s statement in an ad- i is the Foreign Journalists of Brussels was an i 1 to .European public opm-j similar- to appeals he has j been making in private to lead-; zrs of Common -Market coun-1 irtes and Britain, which is nego-1 Sjntmg entry to the continental j trading association The appeal is two-tiered: the .on Market should be gen- tton riod after Britist) colmtnes as a chance to adjust gradually to i-heir new, adverse position in MIL SHARP on OTTAWA CCP' Tlie govern- 'I'li e investment companies aaent will propose changes in its 1 bill requires companies borrow- f investment companies bill to i ing funds from the public to i soften penalties to be imposed inahe detailed reports of tlvrir i on company officers and em-' to the government. plwees who negligently make fa original form, it would i false finanda.1 repmts. director, of- Richard Hurnphrys, supcrin-, fitcr, servant or auditor liable i Sendent of insurance in the li-! to a two-year prison term lor nance department, gave the negligently preparing a false or Commons finance committee; ijeceplive financial statement, i cotJce today of sotne amend-1 Opjicsition 117's argued that this j Tnent.3 to the hill which the gov- j ioo great a penalty for an i the British market. United Kingdom membership in the Common Market will bring about "disruptions and shifts" in Canadian exports par- ticularly agricultural products, Sharp said. A new kind of trading bloc 13 emerging in Europe, the minis- ter went on. It is composed not only of members of the Market or European Ecoiiomic Com- munity, but a large number of other states accorded preferen- tial treatment by the EEC. "This is happening at the same time as protectionist tend- encies are re-asserting thern- i selves in the United States. One jjis justified in being concerned that these two European and American phenomena may come to feed upon one not to their mutual benefit." i During a question-and-answer session, the minister was asked whether Canada would "assert its personality" by retaliating i against passage of restrictiva trade legislation now before tlaa U.S. Congress, He replied that retaliation would not be a sign of Canadian i independence but evidence that Canada accepts the inevitability of R trade war. "We would do our best to avoid a trade war, from which j we have more to lose than any other country." in. Bi.llU.iCll lm. A three- arne formed opi.-ra- r, Air- Gnvi; Xov-hern Air- M970) LM h.'is formed to continue 'ion of j r e ;i t Xort'nc ways, Cordon Biirisc dent, of tin) Kotl 'Jliom- s o a sley) said here he cannot help but Jeel the HCMP should have aatiwpated the October kidnap- pings in Montreal. Mr. Thomson referred to Uie kidnappings, HCMP lack of suc- cess in finding a man who mur- dered two Mountles in Saskat- chewan, prison escapes and sui- cides in lodging "a protest against the operations of the so- licitor-general's department." He spoke during a meeting of the Commons miscellaneous es- timates commitfee, which voted to allow the UCMP to buy Twin Otter planes for use at Frobisher Bay and Inuvilc, N.W.T., Whitehorse, Y.T., and Edmonton. Another supplemen- tary estimate of for maintenance niul repairs also was passed. Answering questions by Hie committee were B. C. Hofley, Envoy and kill selves wife LISBON, Portugal (Renter) West German Ambassador Hans Schmidt-Horix shot and killed himself and Ms wife Bar- bara took a fatal overdose of drugs, diplomatic circles re- ported here today. The West German to' ign ministry in Bonn confirmed they committed suicide. A source close to the German embassy said "personal rea- sons" were believed responsi- ble. assistant deputy minister of the department, and HCMP Deputy Commissioner G. W. Mortimer. Deputy Commissioner Morti- mer denied that the HCMP lias had trouble rounding up the Front de Liberation tin Quebec terrorist kidnappers because of lack of bilingual Moiuities. He said 99 per cent of the Mounties in Montreal are bilingual. Mr. Thomson asked whether the inability of RCMP hi Saskat- chewan to find a man who shot two October indi- cated lhat the force in Saskat- chewan was inadequate. replied the officer. The KDP member then re- ferred to the recent escape of 11 men from a federal penitentiary near Prince Albert. "We don't have a complete report on that Mr. Hofley said. All but one of the men have been recaptured. "It seems odd that 11 men could get out of maximum secu- rity Mr. Thomson said. "We'll want an explana- tion sometime." Tlie combined RCMP peniten- tiary budget for the current year Is Mr. Thomson said the prob- lem d o c s n 't appear to be monej', since (he force was ask- ing for less than million in supplementary estimates. FEELS SOMETHING WRONG He said that he "can't help but feel something is wrong with tlie operation of the solici- tor-general's department." In reply to other questions, Mr. Mortimer said: within RCMP juris- diction is rising at 10 per cent a year while the size of the fores is increasing at six per cent a year. solve 98 per cent of offences under provincial liquor and driving offences; per cent under t'ederal statute; and 44-48 per cent under the Criminal Code, the area of serious crime. GEOGRAPHY GROUPING FRANKFORT, Ky (AP) Geography, rather than type or severity of illness, will deter- mine how patients are grouped in Kentucky's psychiatric hospi- tals during the coming year. Each of the four institutions will be divided into four geographic units with 200 patients hi every unit, making it easier for area volunteers and relatives to visit. SO SIMPSONS-SEARS Looking for a good gift idea? Here are the Gifts that always satisfy. Perma-Prest Pyjamas A, Smart all-tailored trimmed cotton broadcloth py- Re0. jamas in a Perma-Prest blend of 65% cotton, Long sleeves, long legs. Assorted colors. Sizes A, 8, C, D, Fashionable Terry Robe A greaf partner for pyjamas above or for after swimming, bathing or jogging. Terry robe is as soft and absorbent as a towel. 2-pockct robe (s available in a selection of styles io please any taste. Gold, Blue, Green. S-M-i-XU wci, 10" A Touch Of Tartan C. Distinctive longer gown from Britain. Styled from Reg. iong lasting sanforized 55% polynosic cot- fan. Assorted Tartans of Blackwatch, Hunting McKinnon, Dress Gordon, and Crawford. Sizes S. M. L. and XL g. 9" Men's Dress Wear STORE HOURS; Doily 9 a.m. io 6 p.m.; Thursday Friday ftij Closed Wednesday nl 1 o.m, ;