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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Thundoy, September 30, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 29 QUEEiSC (CP) Pleus (or co-operation both in domestic and international trade marked the concluding session of the annual meeting of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce. Premier Robert Buirassa, speaking at the annual dinner, said English Canada should maintain confidence in Quebec. He appealed for economic federalism while saying Quebec wanted more autonomy in cultural and social fields. The new president of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, Neil V. German, of Calgary, told a news conference earlier that hi. believed the most important thing that Canadian businessmen must do during coming months is lo refrain from maiing inflammatory slatemenls aboul Ihe Unilcd Slates economic controls. Mr. German said there is considerable protectionist sentiment in the U.S. and any such statements' by Canadians would hinder trade relations with Canada's most important trading partner. Mr. German said the U.S. accounts for about 75 per cent of Canada's export trade and it was the market in which Canadians could most easily open up. Mr. German said the pleas dian Chamber of Commerce would allempl lo enlist the support of its U.S. counterpart. He was encouraged by stalemenls made Monday by Archie 1C. Davis, president of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Davis told a luncheon session of the annual meeting that the U.S. chamber remained committed lo the philosophy of fr world trade and on C work for an early end lo additional tariffs imposed recently by the U.S. administration. Premier Bourassa lold Ihc evening banquet session that his government had a Lhreec-parl approach lo its relations with Ihe rest of Canada. In (he economic sphere, Quebec intends to work within the federal ears The province wants a "decentralized federal system" in the social field. It wants control over policies and distribution of funds for major programs. "On cultural grounds we cannot consider Quebec a province like Ihe others. "There is no contradiclion between cultural security and working within the federal nl7t S iff t u '1. A Kj 'f, i BLOWS Mrs. Jolene Gearin sils in fronl of television-stereo set in her rented San Pedro home, all that's left of she inherited two yearj ago. The money went for clothes, cars, motorcycles, dental work, skis and anything that struck her fancy. If she had it to do over? "I'd do exaclly Ihe same thing 1 did blow I Births, Deaths, Funerals, J Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams Jv DEATH HEED Passed away suddenly in LCdmonlon, on Tuesday, September 28, J37I, KL'IIN _ Passed away in CoaMale on Tuesday, September 28, 1971, following an illness of several months, Mrs. Anna Kuhn at the age of 90 years, of Coaldale. The funeral service will be held on Sunday, October 3, 1971, at p.m. Interment mil follow in the Coaldale Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Mar-fin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL 812 3 Avenue phone 328-2M1 MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. v SASKATOON (CP) A University of Saskatchewan geology professor says a huge reservoir of fresh groundwater larger than Lake has been discovered just north of here. The underground lake is 300 miles long, 70 miles wide, 800 feet deep and contains more fresh water than any lake in Saskatchewan, Prof. F. F. Langforri says in a university newsletter. He says the water is res< lained in a belt of silica sand that extends along Ihe southern boundary of the Canadian shield from the Cleanvater River southeastward through M a n i-toba. The water is close lo the surface and in some spoLs is on the surface, said the The water was discovered during a study of surface features for the Saskatchewan department of mineral resources. Prof. Langford said the sand lias tremendous storage capa-c i I y and protects the water from evaporation and of 7633 111 A. Avenue. Edmonton, (formerly of Born in Saginaw Michigan, the late Mrs. Reed was raised and educaled in Kingston, Ontario. At an early age she came west to Medicine Hab wheru she received her nurse's training and after her marriage she took up residence in Lelhbridge. She moved to Edmonton 10 years ago and has resided there until her passing. was a long lime member of St. Augustine's Anglican church (the former St. Cyprian's) and a member of Laurel Chapter No. 43 O.E.S. for ;he past 44 years. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs Elvina Wright, Edmonton, Mrs. Clyde (Ann) Coe, Lethbridge, Mrs. Louis (Ver-du) Anderson, Hughendcn, Alberta; one son, Mr. Edgar A. Peed, Edmonton; six grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband Mr. Job (Budd) Reed and two sisters arid three brothers. The funeral service nil! be held al p.m. on Saturday October 2 in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3 Avenue S. with Rev. E. R. Doyle officiating. Interment will follow in Archmounl Memorial Gardens. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. MEMORIAMS AYEliS In loving memory of Ray E., who passed away September 30, 1S08. Ever remembered and sadlv missed by his wife Vesta and daughters Viola and Josephine and their families. p( bill is app OTTAWA Senate legal committee today approved a bill to increase the salaries and pensions of about 450 federally-appointed judges. Tlie bill, comprising amendments to the Judges Act and the Financial Administration Act, would mean raises of up lo half retroactive to Jan. 1 of this year and half starting Jan. I, 1972. It also provides for the relire-ment of county judges and Federal Court judges at age 70 rather than the currenl retirement age of 75, and lor their appointment as supernumerary judges, available for assignment lo special judicial dulies, until the age of 75. Lionel Choquette Ontario) said the provision for appointment o f supernumerary judges amounted to giving 70-year-old judges a "five-year holiday at full pay" and would allow bteir friends to be appointed lo the boost roved Senator Choquetle also said he could not understand why there were differences in the pay of county judges and Supreme Court judges, or why county judges should be ex-pcded lo retire at age 70. Witness D. S. Maxwell, deputy minister of justice, replied that while the duties of courty and Supreme Court judges were similar, the latter have more responsibility. Concerning retirement age of county judges, Mr. Maxwell said many people today think-that judges of all higher courts should retire at 70. For the Supreme Court, however, a reduction in retirement age to 70 from 75 would require an amendment to the British North America Act. "I suppose the feeling is that the age should be lowered where it can." The bill now returns to the Senate for third encouraged by Castro MIAMI (AP) Cuban Premier Fidel Castro has threatened to encourage hijackers of U.S. airlainers if Ihe United States continues "a campaign of lies and hypocrisy" over the shutdown of the Cuban refugee airlift. In a Havana speech. Castro said "cheap propaganda by the imperialists" may encourage Cubans to attempt "illegal departures" such as escapes in small boats. "The imperialists should remember that we have never pinned medals on any hijackers of their planes arriving he shouted. "But lo those encouraging illegality here, let them know we shall encourage illegality In remembrance of Our beloved husband and father, William E. who passed away September 30, 1970. Randall and Marilyn and families. Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Mansfield, Roger White. 49, cf Quebec City, driver, .miner and owner of harness lorses, and Jacques Cote, 45, of Quebec Cily, newly-appointed director of Blue Bonnets Hace-way in Montreal, in a plane cleared by govt- lesls TORONTO (CP) A series of tests by the federal government has shown that no extremely inflammable children's pyjamas are being sold hi Canada, says Consumer Affairs Minister Ron Basford. He says in a letter to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gowland of Toronto lhat experiments with children's clothing and the use of fire-resistant sprays are continuing. Mrs. Gowland wrote Mr. Basford urging the government to set fireproofing standards for children's clothing. Her six-year-old daughter, Jane, died four years ago after her cotton dress brushed against a hot stove and caught bus in accident SPURCE GROVE (CP) -Four persons were injured, one critically, when a car and a school bus carrying 40 children collided hear here. Gary Harbridge. 34, of Spruce Grove is in critical condition in hospital in Edmonton and his 31-year-old wife is in serious condition. Tiro children from Ihe bus were treated in hospital anc released. The accident occured on highway 16 near Ihis commu-unity 10 miles vest of Edmonton. An RCMP officer said two inches of slush on the road contributed to Ihe accident. crop up OTTAWA (CP) About babies were bom in tin's August, up from jirths in August, 1970, Statistics Canada reports. In birth rale terms, the total means 17.5 babies were born for every 1.000 Canadians this August compared with 16.5 last year. Julv marriages rose to in July, 1970, but the total marriages from January until the end of J u 1 y was down from 115.970 in the same 1970 period. There were deaths in August, up from 12.124 in August, 1970. The death rate, increasing accordingly, rose lo 7 from 6.7 per Paintings stolen MALINES. Belgium (Reuler) Thieves broke into the Church of SI. Jean during Ihc night and stole nine paintings j including one by the 16th-cen- tury Flemish master Peter Paul 1 liubens, police said Thursday. Gordon, lormer president of the Canadian Bible Society. Tucson, William Harding Jackson, 70, former deputy director of the Central Intelligence Agency and a former counsel general for the New New York Stock Exchange, of a stroke. 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