Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
Wednesday, April 11, Tne LBIHBKIDQE HERALD Police continue hunt for slayer HAMILTON, Bermuda (Reu- ter) Bermuda police and Scotland Yard detectives euntin- ued their manhur.t today for the killers of Victor Rego, 49, a su- permarket owner, and his em- ployes, Mark Doe, 21, shot Fri- day night during a holdup. Scotland Yard detectives from London, still investigating the murders a month ago of Bermuda Gov.. Sir Richard Sharpies, 57, and his ?ide, Capt. Hugh Sayers, 25, entered the case Saturday. Supt. Bill Wright, one of the Scotland Yard man, said the bandits tied up Rsgo ar.d Doe, emptied the cash register cf an undetermined sum of money, and then killed them "in cold blood." "Police have not solved these murders and the Sharpies and Duckett murders because of a lack of public Wright said. "Someone in Ber- muda knows the killers." George Duckett, Bermuda's police commissioner, was shot acd killed seven months ago in another crime that has never been solved. Wright pleaded with whoever has infmmation to come for- ward. He called the Rego and Doe killings the most callous mur- ders he has ever investigated. Three Scotland Yard labora- tory technicians, who had been here investigating the Sharpies and Sayers murders and left the island a week ago, returned from London Monday to work on the latest killings and Ber- muda's reserve constabulary force has been recalled to ac- tive duty. SIGN OIL CONTRACT NEW DELHI (AP) India signed a contract with Iraq here Sunday acquixiug the rights for oil exploration in the southernmost parts of its desert Jand. The area adjoins Saudi Arabia about 150 miles west of the famed Burgan oil fields of Kuwait. The million initial project will include exportation, appraisal, development and pro- duction. 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The reports, which first ap- peared in The Guardian, have created an uproar in the busi- ness community with at least 10 companies promising imme- diate and substantial salary in- creases. A select Commons committee has been appointed to study the matter in detail. The articles, by Adam Raph- ael, discounted the companies' protestations that they" paid "the going South African rates" to their non-white workers. He concentrated on comparisons between the official pcnerly line and the incomes received by non-white laborers Raphael said he found that in many cases wages were far short of subsistence levels The issue became a diplo- matic incident after members of the Commons committee be gan suggesting that they might have to conduct part of their in- vestigation on the spot in South Africa. John Vorster, the South Afri- can prime minister, sent a pri- vate note to British Prime Min- ister Edward Heath which dis- approved of such a visit. The message came to light during a weekend visit here by the South African foreign minis- ter, Hilgard Muller. Mulier later met the British foreign secretary, Sir Alec Douglas- Home, to express his dis- pleasure at the proposed com- mittee visit. William Rodgers, a Tory MP who will head the committee, said the South African react'on "seems very arbitrary and very premature." He emphasized this is not a government inquiry but a parliamentary investiga- tion which is in no way con- cerned with the policies of the South African government. Meanwhile, the large multina- tional firm of Slater Walker Securities Ltd. has announced wage increases of 100 per cent to its non-white South African workers, along with a series of reforms including free milk to all children of employees, new schools and enlarged welfare services. HUCKVALE WILDE KRUSHEL BARRISTERS SOLICITORS are pleased to announce that MR. 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