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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wedneldoy, June 7, 1972 THE VETHBRIOGE KERAID Canada undecided on banning commercial supersonic jets i IN onvlrnnmcnt accncv. cial and Economic Council. I ber of developing countries sug- Canada is prep; By HAROLD MORRISON STOCKHOLM (CP) Canada would bo prepared to permit the occasional overflight of tlie An- glo-French supersonic Concorde aircraft for testing purposes but hasn't made up its mind whether to impose a permanent ban on commercial supersonic lets. Environment Minister Jack Davis, In replying to a question at a. news conference, said today he cannot see much objection to one or two flights for test purposes but the Cana- dian government has readied no policy as yet on regular su- personic use of Canadian terri- tory. The matter, he said, is still under investigation from an en- viron mental viewpoint. As for his invitation to the UN environment conference to hold a second meeting in Canada in 1977, Davis explained to report- ers that not all of the major issues would likely be resolved at this conference nor in the next five years and ,the Cana- dian invitation is an assurance ciunc PSYCHIATRY 'HELPFUL1 Joan Kennedy, wife of the senalor from M en-UN old in ort-jor ved the na-ince V i 3S5-ew nily 12: issues, will continue to be lursucd. He disclosed that the cabinet las authorized him to commit jetwecn S5 million and mil-ion as the Canadian coutribu-ion to a proposed five-year million fund to finance a UN environment agency, rhc United Stales is offering million. Davis said lie would like the new agency to be a separate UN organization though the U.S. would rather have it set up as a commission under the UN and Economic Council. 1 Davis said he also realized that his call for development of jlobal environmental standards :S meeting substantial opposition from a number of quarters. Tile U.S. has claimed this would be impracticable. A of developing countries suggested global standards, would cause a slowdown in their own economic expansion. Davis argued that it would be belter if these countries incorporated anti-pollution safeguards in their industries at the is prepared to provide extra funds to cover tin's environmental cost. Pavis said the additional Canadian contribution would be made to these countries even if Ihe global standards proposal is not universally adopted. By CY FOX LONDON (CP) The most oignant Canadian event in Lon-on for many years serv] Tuesday as hundreds of persons of all ages and races gathered [or a memorial service to the late Newfoundland-born broadcaster, Margot Davies. Former premier Joseph Smallwood, Canadian high commissioner .1. H. Warren and Charles Curran, director-general of the BBC, were in the congregation at St. Martin-in-the-Fields Church in Trafalgar Ssuare for the service. Miss D a v i e s, who began broadcasting to Newfoundland from London more than 30 years ago, was called the province's "unofficial representative in London" by Mr. Curran. Rev. Austen Williams, vicar of the historic church, said "we thank God for all that made her a child of London." DIED MAY 20 The service for Miss Dames, who died May 20, proved to be a major reunion of Newfoundlanders currently living in or visiting Britain. Mr. Smallwood stood on the church steps after the held tc mony, shaking hands and chatting with numerous veterans of the Newfoundland broadcc Many settled here after the Second World War and had known Miss Davies as broadcaster or hostess to military personnel from the island before 1945. BBC personalities helped fill the church. Later, they recalled their associations with Miss Da-vies, best known for her weekly interview program, Calling Newfoundland. Some of the ex-servicemen wore caribou badges, emblematic of their memberslup in Newfoundland uniEs and reminiscent of the Caribou Club where Newfoundlanders gathered during the war, only a short distance from this serene church. Reading the lesson, Mr. Smallwood movingly said: "Behold, how great a matter a litlle fire kindles." There were references to the charity fcr which Miss Davies was responsible, and Mr. Cur ran said she had often been having given away al her salary to needy Londoners. Newfoundland is a place, said the BBC chief, the only community where "I found a positive pleasure in the use of the term colony." Mr. Curran ciled the ancient link between Newfoundland, Britain's oldest colony, and this country. "Margot Davies was an embodiment of that he said. change helps HCMP L L 0 Y D MIN STER Sask. (CP) RCMP in this provincial border city may have found an effective substitute for radar to trap speeding motorists. When their radar unit trapped only one motorist travelling in excess of the 30-mi lean-hour speed limit at the approach to the eastern entrance of the city, they became suspicious. An investigation revealed that someone had erected a sign warning of the trap. ECMP said later the sign worked so well they may em ploy the same tactics in future to slow traffic entering the Canada chief to torn-Peg-Victoria' OTTAWA (CP) A western our by Paul Hellyer, Action Canada movement founder, was announced Tuesday by his office or irext wtek. The itinerary touches Winnipeg Monday, Yorkton and Tuesday, Calgary Wednes-lay, Vancouver and New Westminster Thursday and Victoria Friday. Mr. Hellyer, former Liberal cabinet minister, is scheduled to address collegiate. students and a public meeting in Winnipeg, take part in radio talk shows at Vancouver and Victoria, and attend the opening of new party quarters in New TWO KILLED 100 MILE HOUSE, B.C. 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