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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE HERALD Wednesday, July 12, 1975 Canada's bid for nuclear power partnership with Britain fading LONDON (CP) Canada's bid lor a nuclear power partner ship with Britain seems to be cast to the sliadou's the country's biggest potential user submitting plans lor a nuclear system completely divorced from the Canadian design. Canadian officials, watching each move in a field where bil- lions of dollars worth of nuclear reactors may be at stake, em- phasized today that the British government still hasn't made up its mind on a new nuclear de- sign policy. However, they agreed that the initial move by the enlral elec- tricity generating board is dis- couraging. The board requested government approval for devel- opment of high temperature, gns-cooled reactors as the basis for collaboration with Britain's future Common Market part- ners. Last montli a Canadian sales team headed by J. Lorne Gray, president of Atomic Energy of Canada, pressed for British con- centration on steam-generating heavy water reactors similar to the Canadian pressure-lube nat- ural uranium systems. NO ORDERS YET A 100-megawatt prototype has been operating in Dorset for at least three years but none of the British power utilities have placed any orders for it. The Canadian sales pitch came amid indications that the British government wasn't too sure which nuclear path to fol- low. Newspapers described the sit- uation as "a dreadful muddle." However, the Times noted that the central board's submission of plans for a high-temperature gas-cooled reactor "would seem to reject the recent Canadian offer." Britain currently uses gas- cooled enriched-uranium reac- tors which have had trouble with corrison. The central gen- erating board, the country's big- gest potential nuclear power customer, is reported interested in the American pressure-vessel light water reactor as a stop- gap system for the more imme- Church leader buried ISTANBUL (AP) Funeral services tor Ecumenical Patri- arch Athenagoras were held Tuesday before scores of offi- cials representing many nations and the Protestant and Roman Catholic churches. The election of a new spiritual leader for the 250-mUlion-mern- ber Eastern Orthodox Church gave the Turkish government increasing concern in the face of protests from the Greek gov- ernment. Orthodox bishops chanted the funeral service, presided over by Metropoliton Archbishop Mellton, a member of the pa- triarchal Holy Synod. Meliton is considered the leading candi- date to succeed Athenagoras, who died Friday at the age of 36. Hundreds of persons packed the small church of St. George uithin the one-acre patriar- chate. Dr. Michael Ramsey, Archbishop of Canterbury and Anglican Church head, stood next to Pope Paul's representa- tive, Jan Cardinal Willebrands, president of the Vatican's Secre- tariat for Christian Unity. Athenagoras' pastoral staff and patriarch's mitre rested on the closed simple black and sil- ver coffin. Women in black wept during the service. Some fainted from the 100-degree heat. The selection of a new patri- arch became embroiled in con- troversy even More Alhenago- ras buried. Ambassador John Tsounis of Greece filed an official protest with Premier Ferit Melen Mon- day night over conditions set by the Istanbul governor for the election of a new patriarch. Gov. Vcfa Poyraz has said that the elections must ho held in the presence of a notary public and the outcome be subjected to his final approval. The patriarchate is consi- dered a Turkish institution ac- cording to the 1022 Lausanne treaty despite its presence in a Moslem country. Gymnkhana planned BELLEVUE (CNP RolKrt Morin, president of the Turtle Mountain Riding Club, has announced that an open jackpot gymnkhana will be held at the ciub grounds on July 10. The event will feature key- horse, stakcraces. barrel, pole bciyling rjid novelty races. Kn- trcc will close .11. 1 p.m. on July 16 so that events can get underway at 2 p.m. sharp. Everyone Is welcome to nt- tend at Ilio wounds on Ihe old Frank 'ilidc; at the cast tnd ot Ihe slide.. diiilc future lo bridge the period before the next major British nuclear development takes place. The U.S. has been selling a number of its reactors abroad, backed by proven reliability of the system and the fad that the producers have substantial fin- ancial resources. The Canadian producers argue that by ilscll Canada doesn't have sufficient credibil- ity to convince the world dial Its own system can compete with the American product. 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