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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta _- Tundoy, Dtctmber S6, 1972 THE lETHBRlDGE HEWtlO 31 They gave Offshore rights question unanswered during year Following Is a list of (hose who have made donations to the Herald's Help- ing Handful Fund tin he-half of the Unitarian Service Cym- mitteo of Canada and the people of Korea. Sierra PilMrd Wiliv E. T t S'-vr.d i "Us C-.'.ci'.K HALIFAX fCP) It was claims to ownership of oil and jjjinCTals under the AUajitk1. The dynamk: bloc ap- proach was looked upon as a breakthrough in recent Cana- dian politics with Quebec join- ing New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince fxiv.-ard Island and Newfoundland for the first time in negotiations with Ottawa. Trr federal Liberal govern- ment of Prime Minister Tru- an inconclusive year (or the federal government and the eastern Canadian provinces on Ihe question of ownership of offshore minerals in tr.c At- lantic and the Gull of St. Law- rence. fw a surprising eastern power UK approach to the issue, the Atlantic prov- inces and ma'Ie no no- tieeabie progress in their deau first reiterated its posi- tion (hat it would split oil roy- alties on a basis with the- provinces. However, the fed- eral stand Eeemed to sway when the prime minister said the question was stUl open to negotiation. oils to drill offshore Soccer results LONDON fCP) Tuesday's Countr.1 soccer results: EVOLI.SII LKAGLE The company rnav start drill- I northwestern Bide o! Canada's '10'" ing this winter oif 'the coast o! Arctic Islands, he sajl j Melville Island, which is on the UirUion I 2 Norwich 0 Coventry 0 West Brom 0 The latest Hecla Crystal P 3 Soutorapton 0 F-62, has been driled to Derby 3 Man United 1 i (eet on the west shore ol Mel- Everton 1 Birmingham 1 i ville's Sabine Penninsula, al- i Ipswich 3 CheLsca 0 most miles due north of Leeds 1 Newcastle 0 Eornorton. i Gas has coming out o! Tftie provinces stood firm, saying they would assert ership of mineral resources, but they we're prepared lo cVs- cwss certain aspects of admin- istering the resources with Ot-- taa. The whole question took on a fever pitch in late summer when the federal government and some provinces suggested the matter should be settled in Uie courts. the prospects of a Su- preme Court case looming, the eastern agreed at a meeting here that the matter could be settled through negotiation and dis- cussion with Ottawa. Prime Minister T r u d e a u met with the eastern prov- inces on the question arid the provinces agreed to out methods to divide oil roya- ties. Tne provinces established a continuing committee to pre- pare detailed proposals on off- shore mineral resources and that administrative committee- enters trie New Year still at Except (or Nova Scotia fere appeared, to be no sense of urgency in settling the fed- eral-provincial dispute. REPOHTS OIL FLS'DS Premier Gerald Regan of. Nova Scotia made headlines throughout the year, announc- ing discoveries of several de- posits of oil off Sable Island, about 175 miles east of here. The Halifax Chronicle-Her- all greeted one announcement i with the headline, It's Oil, as Premier Regan talked with optimism about the future of his province. However, at the I year end there were no com- mercial plans to develop any of test wells. i I also an- i noticed minerel deposits had been discovered on the Grand j Banks, b-jt test drilling was continuing into Premier Frank Moores o! Newfoundland took the strong- est stand of all eastern pre- miers and said his province, would retain all royalties ex- cept enough to pay part of iederal patrolling of offshore mining areas. The year also brought a number o! announcements about the develement of sec- ondary industry to accommo- date possible develop- ments. Premier Richard Hatfield o! New Brunswick spent ths year attempting to negotiate a deal with several oil compa- nies to help develop a deepwa- ter port in Saint John. Nova Scotia's Canso Strait was being enveloped lo con- tain facilities for Canada's largest oil Tne refin- ery, to produce barrels of oil daily, was to be built by a company headed by New York industrialist John Shah- Man City 1 Stoke 1 Sheffield" U 0 Liverpool the ground under a pressure ol West Ham 2 Tottenham 2 _ V.oSverhamplon 2 Leicester 0 pounce a square inch. Up j RAE POINT, N.W.T. 'CPJ Panarctic Oils Ltd. will go off- shore in the Arctic Ocean to i determine the extent of its larg- est gas discovery, says presi- Charles He'.herington. ]to 45 million cubic feet of gas j was forced through a 1 natural gas zone is belKved to pranar.lv said B. cons presidents in our TDK president and Mrs. N'ixon j sent a '-personal message of j condolences to Mrs. Truman on I the of her husbar.d. contents were not disclosed. A spokesman ssid the presi- dent 'v.ould formally issue a p e proclamation setting a period of national mourning when funeral _ plans are completed. N'ixon in a statement on Tru- man's death said: S. Truman will be re- membered as or.e of the most courageous presidents in our 1 history, who led the nation and I the world through a critical pe- riod with exceptional vision and j "friend determination. 1 president Harry S. Truman "Our hopes today for a gener- ation of peace in laree 'J, measure on the firm founda- o lions he laid. the con- Division II Aston Villa 2 Notts F 2 Blackpool 1 Burnley 2 Bristol C 1 Cardiff 0 Carlisle 6 Preston 1 Fulharn 1 Millwall 0 Hull 3 Middlesbrough 1 Luton 0 Sheffield 0 Oxford 3 Brigirlon 0 Portsmouth 1 Swindon 1 Queen's PP. 3 Orient 1 Sunderland vs Huddersfield ppd Division III Blaciiburn 1 Chesterfield 2 Bournemouth 3 Brentford 2 Cnarlton 0 Southend 0 LETHBRSDGE FAMILY Y HOLIDAY PROGRAMS company is cc i struction of an off-shore drilling Grimsby i Scuntborpe 0 platform of ice to support trre Halifax 0 Rotherham 1 proposed drilling rig. j Notts C 1 Watford 0 Melville Island lies south of i 1 York 1 of permanent Arctic i Plymouth 3 Bristol R 2 Port Vale 1 Walsall 2 Swansea 0 Shrewsbury 2 Tranmere 1 Bolton I Wrexham 3 Rochdale 3 Laments death AUSTIN, T! don B. Johnson, the only surviv- ing former president, today lamented the death of his T vn-' Aldershot 0 Giilingham 0 Crcwe 1 Chester 1 vs Woridngton ppd j Torauav 2 vrorld as did the man from ID- Embroiled in controversy dependency 1 Cambridge j WINTER CARNIVAL DAYS Presented by 'KIDS TOWN' WHAT: 5 of "i" activities arls and octivIIJei, Irtciure swimrnir.o, owldoor cornivolj sV.atlr.g porty fir.cl Itiboaccn pa-ty ot Por' British i pass by accident scenes without Columbia businessmen got a 1 offering help because they rnay healthy share of the loans is- fear subsequent lawsuits. The i by the Industrial Develop- College of Physicians and Sur-; inent Bank of Canada during gecns of Manitoba in a recent the 1972 fiscal year. Loans to I bulletin said no sucn instance I B C. in 1972 accounted for one- j rad ever come to the attention j third of the total issued to all i of the college and that' liability Canadian business, a said. report i does not arise unless there is i negligence." WHO: ANYONE Interested between t'r.e oges of 14 to 13 inclusive rcvt at lecit 25 WHEEE: fcrnie Snow Vclley WHEN: Jonunry 2. 3 ond i, 1973. lodge accommodation for 2 lift iicken for 3 doyi oil lifts. Return transporta- tion by bus, 3 lesions for botri bcginr.Ers end odvanr-jc' Meols r.ot incl'jdec COST: 535.00 Registration deedline TT.LTS., Dec. PRE SCHOOL PHYSICAL EDUCATION OBJECTIVES This program is net c'esicr.ed to mcV.e rr.ir.lc- ture atnletes, rat'ner it is designed lo the child to mest a and to ioive it. Thus using rnio'ia cf non physical activity 'Gym and Sw'ml child is encouraged Jo explore ct his own level of aworenesi end ability, whcl is up or down, over and under, depth and height, left from right and to reccf socially with children his age. TIME SCHEDULE AM Pre Scroo! clciiel will be Held weeVly ond Friday, CRAFTS Gym Swim Wolking lo 2 3 and 4 Year Oldl 4 and 5 Yeor Oldi NOTE: The four arid