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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Canada sticking to tough stand on water laws OTTAWA There is no talk yet of gun-boat diplomacy but Canada is sticking to it's tough stand on fish protection and pollution control as prepa- rations continue for the inter- national sea law conference in next May. The old idea of freedom of the high seas is drowning under the threat of disastrous ocean pol- lution and permanent extinction of over-exploited fisheries. So Ottawa wants stronger powers for coastal states to pro- tect their plus inter- national machinery to govern activities on the high seas. Negotiators hope for agree- ment from the conference but they have already raised the prospect of a separate treaty among sympathetic coastal states aimed at preventing pol- lution and conserving fish in wide off-shore zones. Prepar story talks on the San- tiago conference end this month in Geneva External affairs and environment department offi- cials will then gather views of the provinces before taking the Canadian proposal to prelimi- nary talks in New York in De- cember. DISCUSS PROCEDURE The New York meeting will deal only with procedural is- not the substance. While details of the Canadian proposal are still being its gist has emerged in the months of complicated dis- cussions in Geneva. Ottawa wants each coastal like itself to have control over the adjoining seabed to the edge of the conti- nental however far that extends out to sea. In Canada's that means 400 miles in some spots off the Atlantic coast. Sovereignty over the wa- ters would be limited to the present 12 miles offshore. Ottawa wants coastal- state power to manage fisheries and control agreed well as the lion's share of the catch in those waters Other nations could fish in that but only under coastal-state regulations. Ottawa wants an au- thority set under the United manage the seabed beyond national ju- risdictions and even to exploit seabed resources. NEAR CERTAINTY Alan formerly legal adviser to the external affairs department and now ambassa- dor to told a Commons committee last May that estab- lishment of an international au- thority is a virtual it will be fairly tightly regulated so that if states or individuals or com- paniss wish to go out and ex- ploit these they have to do it subject to licensing controls analogous to those which we now administer on our continental But success for the other Ca- nedian goals is far from as- sured Coastal-state control over the entire continental shelf and the fish life above it has been op- posed by countries with smaller shelves and by those seeking continued rights for their long- distance fishing fleets abroad. Major sh countries resist moves might mean tighter controls over construction and operation of their vessels. A group of Latin American countries and an African group have offered a competing plan that would give coastal states powers up to 200 miles off shore. Environment Minister Jack Dsvis says that makes no sense because fish inhabit the whole honoring no arbitrary boundary basic says Mr that coastal states should have jurisdiction out to the edge of their conti- nental and indeed down the slope of their over all living resources of the sea as well as the mineral re- sources FBI burglaries 'nothing new' By JOHN M. CREWDSON New York Times Service WASHINGT Informed Justice department sources have disclosed that what one of them called and un- burglaries by agents of the Federal Bureau of Investi- gation had taken place in this country over a 40-year period that began under the adminis- tration of President Franklin D. Roosevelt and ended in 1966. One source who like the oth- ers asked not to be said that the barred by the fourth amend- had been conducted not NON- DRINKERS deserve to pay less for fire insurance They do at Abstainers'. Because our experience has shown that abstainers have fewer fewer home fires. That's why we can in- sure for less. If you're a can you afford not to look into Abstainers' insurance for your homft HUNT INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. 1201 3rd.Ave. S. Phone 328-7777 ABSTAINERS' INSURANCE COMPANY TIM inly Company previdinf In ncluiivHr M i only in connection with nation- al security but also in criminal cases and against alleged organized crime figures. The source said that the practice was establish- ed investigative but that its use had never been known to any of the attorneys general who served during the time it was or to anyone else outside the FBI. The which was corroborated by others fa- miliar with the fol- lowed a statement by Pres- ident Nixon at a news confer- ence in San Clemente Wednes- day that such burglaries took place a very large during the administrations of presidents Kennedy and John- son. Nixon made the j which brought rapid denials from two former Democratic attorneys in response to a question about the con- stitutionality of the 1971 bur- glary of the office of a Los An- geles psychiatrist who had treated Daniel the former defense department of- ficial who says he provided the Pentagon paaprs to the press. Nixon said that such bur- glaries had been in other but did not say by whom. The sources said how- that approval of the tech- j nique had never come from any authority higher than J. Edgar the. late FBI di- who ordered the prac- tice ended in 1966. SHIP AGROUND .Chile A Soviet fishing ship identified as the Exliptica ran aground Wednesday seven miles off cen- tral Chile. The Chilean navy rescued its 25 crew members and two Chilean technicians working aboard but the 700-ton vessel was declared unsalva- gable after the hull was smashed by rocks. HEINITZ PRINTERS STATIONERS LTD. 324 9th St. S. Phono 328-1778 Wo Arc Pleated to Announce That wo art now tho officfal for L.D.S. Missionary and Genealogical Supplies For the 151ft Quorum of tht 70vs Wo a largo Inventory of and with amplo parking to mako your convtnlont to you. CLEARANCE UNITS LEFT IN STOCK- 1973 MATADOR STATION WAGON power visi- WAS bility roar air block trailer tow hitch and mirrors. NOW SAVE S4640 HORNETS 1973 AMBASSADOR BROUGHAM 360 Individual auto- WAS teuff moulding HD springs and whitewalls.NOW SAVE GREMLINS COMMANDO power SAVE Jet set manual floor power full big six. Was '4818 NOW NEW 1973 ri jeep Md CJ5 Big Six Three Speed SAVE Was M193 NOW IIP Champagne jet set 360 4 speed HD custom Townside box. Was '4857 SAVE NOW PLUS A GREAT SELECTION OF OVER S 1972 BUICK LESABRE WAS SAVE tike only miles j wp M tilt jO vRilK 2 immaculate. NOW w OLDS CUTLASS 2 DOOR MAVERICK 2 6 PONTIAC TEMPEST COUPE 350 P.S. CLEARANCE LASTS ONLY UNTIL SEPT. 5th.. .SO DON'T WAIT. UNITED MOTORS CO. Corner 3rd and 3rd St. 5. Phone 327-2805 WATCH FOR THE 1974 AMC ANNOUNCEMENT COMING ON SEPTEMBER 5th. ;