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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Who owns the Some current Costa El South Soviet United United Nation's fuss over Neptune's salty domain WHAT A NICE GIFT IDEA Order Your Supply Today FRANK AITKEN Superior Gulf Service 16th Ave. and Mayor Magrath Drive or TWO GLASSES minimum gaso line Main Service Centre Corner 3rd Ave. and 9th St. S. By DAVID WINDER Cbrisituu Science Monitor UNITED NATIONS. N Y King Neptune's rich cohering 70 per cent of the e.irth s is about to be divided up among the nations of the world A law of the sea which started its organizational proceedings here at the United Nations Dec 3. will attempt to write a constitution for the world s oceans Without such a the experts there could be chaos with nations lighting out their disputes at sea in much the same way as countries have waged wars on land Already seizure of U S tuna boats in Ecuadorian claimed fishing waters and the cra9kle of gunboat fire across the cold North Atlantic waters in the Icelandic- British cod are two ex- amples of the near-anarchy that reigns on the high seas CODE A new code cf ocean law would Impose curbs on giant oil- polluting tankers and all lorms of marine pollution Hasten scientific research on ocean resources Prevent faraway nations Irom virtually sitting on the coastal doorsteps of poorer nations and exploiting and depleting their oil fisheries and mineral souices Determine what navi- gational controls will be imposed on snooping sub- marines in strategic straits Under a widely accepted 12- mile limit proposal than 70 nations now claim territorial limits of 12 miles or more i such key waterways as the Straits of Gibraltar the Malacca and the Gulf of Yemen would fall within territorial instead of the pre- sent international waters Naturally major seafaring nations like the United States and the Soviet Union are Good Cheer from Gulf Glasses lasts. Fill up your Christmas shelves with this elegant stemware priced way down low for the festive season. These fine glasses hold a full 8V2 ounces and look good on any table. They're yours at 2 for with any gas purchase at any Gulf station display- ing the Wine Glasses sign. Offer ends December 23rd or when supplies are so hurry on down to your Gulf dealer now. With a gasoline purchase of pressing tor rights of free passage Put a stop to private ex- ploitation of the rich manganese and other deposits thai lie buried deep on the ocean floor under inter- national waters Alreadv several governments and as many as 30 led by Summa a privately held concern of Howard are mining the international seabed in defiance of a 1970 General Assembly declaration that seabed resources bevond national jurisdic- tion are common heritage of mankind SEABED WEALTH The conference will con- sider a proposal that a global agency be established to ex- ploit these international sea- bed riches and that the bene- fits accrue to all nations Despite the efforts that have gone into preparing the international community is still a long way oft from reaching agreement on sea and on some key issues the differences seem almost irreconcilable Bevond a possible 12-mile territorial China and many Latin American states are pressing for exclusive economic zones up to 200 miles Malagasy has gone so far as to call for a continental shell extending 800 miles around Madagascar The outlook for settlement ot these complex issues is far from but Constantin Stavropolous. retiring UN legal counsel and Secretary- General Kurt Waldheim's representative at the law-of- the-sea which is scheduled to get down to sub- stantive issues at Venezuela next June remains optimistic Prof its from pawn tickets Jackie a New York city grocery delivery displays a tray he redeemed with a pawn ticket. The item sold at auction this week for Grocery boy keeps on adding to his wealth NEW YORK Jackie a grocery delivery boy who became wealthy from the pawn tickets an elderly widow tipped him made another 250 Tuesday Some of the goods he had redeemed had already been auctioned off for what he said was 'a little over before a 12-by-8-mch silver tray was sold at Sotheby Parke Bernet Tuesday The price the tray brought was approximately twice 6Red Baron' replica takes lots of heart By TOM SIEBERT DENVER For anyone contemplating building his own es- pecially a delicate tn-wing of First World War vintage Bill Caldwell has some advice Gather together plenty of tnends time and money His lull-scale flyable replica ot a Fokker DR-1 started out just like a model airplane kit. but its grown into a jealous mistress m four years I don t think anyone has ever taken the time to com- pute the hours it takes to build something like this said the 48 ear-old lawyer 'If you did d probably shoot yourself or vour wife would shoot vou Its the hundreds of hours vou spend scrounging for hundreds of and then vou learn how to modify them he said after lugging two ot the three old engine ig- nition harnesses' he needed to make one good one into the warehouse where he works on the plane TUNIC MATCHES Caldwell even hunted up an authentic German flying cap and a moth-eaten tunic he per- suaded a tailor to restore for him You end up learning how to weld and final- Iv vou learn how to be a seamstress As he Caldwell and Bob Gilliam an airplane pilot and ran a hot iron over dacron fabric stretched across an the movable part of an air- plane wing With more care than a housewife ironing a starched collar they heated the material until the edges shrank into gentle scallops II vou didn t have said Caldwell. it would take vou 3.011 years to buna one of these things I m a firm believer if vou re going to build an build something vou really want has to be a labor of love Caldwell built a barn behind his suburban home for the first stages of construction When it came time to attach the three handmade wooden wings to the fuselage he mov- ed it all to the warehouse He estimates he has put 000 into the which will be worth five times that when completed The single-seater will be painted after 20 or more coats of dope are applied to the fabric what the gallery had es- timated The tray was made by Luigi Valaten. silversmith to the Vatican in the late 18th cen- tury 'I still don t believe it s happened to said Monday morning the youngster was completely un- known By Tuesday because of publicity about his in he was probably the best-known teenager in New York His picture was on the front page of every local newspaper and on all the local television stations Jackie was asked what he first thought when he saw the crates and boxes reaching from floor to ceiling in the East Side Manhattan apart- ment of Mrs Thomas Field when he first delivered her groceries I thought it was like a huge junk pile Little did I dream this junk was gold and silver and he said The boy gradually took over the care of Mrs a wealthy woman who lost most of her cash income in old age Mrs Field died last Feb 5 and besides the pawn tickets and other she left the boy all the contents of her apartment plus her month income SUPERIOR DARK RUM WHITE RUM twins MELCHERS DISTILLERIES LIMITED MONTREAL. 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