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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thundoy, June 15, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAtD 29 Man shipped by air freight in big theft plot ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) Four men have been arrested after a an was sliipped by air freight nd tried to steal million in urlUes from the cargo hold a plane In flight, the FBI re- icrted Wednesday. Three men were arrested at tlanta's Hartstield I n t e r n a- onal Airport Tuesday night nd the fourth was arrcslcd later near Greensboro, N.C. The FBI said the plot involved Eastern Air Lines Flight 393 bc- twrin Greensboro, N.C., and At- lanta. The FBI said all lour were charged with conspiring to steal the securities. Clyde Cradlcy, 39, or High Point, N.C., and Benjamin Ray Anthony, 39, and Jerry Lee Baker, In his early 30s, both ol near Greensboro, were arrested when Anthony and Baker went to claim the three-foot-square, cardboard and wood Iwx con- taining Cradley, the FBI said. In Charlotte, N.C., the FBI announced the arrest near Greensboro of Henry David Sykes, 61, of Greensboro. Authorities said the plot ap- parently called for Craclley to get out of his box, break into EDUCATION DIRECTOR YELLOWKNIFE, N. T. (CP) Norman MacPlierson has bce.i named director ot ed- ucation lor the Northwest Ter- ritories government, effective Aug. 1. the box containing Hie seciirilics shipment, take the securities and return to his container. His companions were to pick him up at the freight counter when the flight ended. The FBI said Cradley got out of his box all right, but couldn't break into the one with the se- curities. There was no word on whether the shipment contained any cash. LIDIIAUY PRESIDENT REGINA (CP) Harry H. Easlon of the Winnipeg Public library has been elected presi- dent of the Canadian Library Association succeeding Dean W. Halliwell of the University of Victoria library. BURNED GARBAGE A soggy pile of half-burned garbage clutters a cfownfown Vancouver street corner. Charred litter in and around many downtown trash re- ceptacles is the result of fires started in paper rubbish since the of the outside workers' strike April 27. Trudeau won't PARIS (AP) liene Le- vesque, leader of the Parti Que- becois, is quoted as saying in an interview today that Prime Min- ister Tiiideau is "running out of breath and won't last until the end of his term.11 Levesque, replying to ques- tions put to him by the news- paper Lc Monde, is also quoted as saying his party would not participate in the federal elec- tion lie foresees for the fall, but would "exploit the election cam- paign to intensify our own cam- paign for informing and sensi- tizing the country." The newspaper says he told the interview the election would be a curtain-raiser for. the cam- paign the Parti Quebecois would undertake in the next Quebec provincial election, probably in 1973. "With a 1.23 million vote we think we'll be able to form a mi- nority or a coalition govern- ment. With 1.5 million, we'll have the absolute majority." Levesque's parly got about in 1970. Beyond official contracts, Le Monde says, Levesque ex- plained his current Europeai trip "as an attempt to break the ice with public opinion, left-wing circles, including the Commun- ists and the unions, who are visually inclined to confuse au tonomy movements with con servatism." Earlier this week, Levesque told the Foreign Press Associa ion here that Quebec society ias become adult and aspires to what he termed self-govern- ment. We have arrived at the point of rupture with traditional Ca- nadian the separa- tist leader said. "A government having for its j mandate the proclaiming of Quebec's political unity will be able to win the next elections." He told a news conference here that he had found warm understanding among official French circles. OTTAWA (CP) Referring to Rene Levesque's visit to France, Prime Minister Tru- deau said Wednesday it would be wrong to give too much pub- licity to a Canadian who goes there for votes because he can't get them in Canada. Social Credit Leader Real Caouetlo referred to news re- ports that a French government official had called Mr. Levesque of the separatist Parti President" and had assured him of France's support for Quebec separatists. Mr. Trudeau said he wasn't aware of the report. But he didn't think it would be appro- priate for tlie federal govern- ment to comment on what a Frencli official said in France. It was a matter of someone pushing his nose into Canadian affairs, Mr. Caouelte said. Mao sick man HONG KONG (Renter) The South China Morning Post says that Communist party Chair- man Mao Tsc-lung is believed to seriously ill and that an urgent meeting was called in Peking last week to decide on China's future leadership. Similar reports about Mao's heallh have been published in Kong Kong in the past. The most recent were last October when the Oct. 1 National Day CHAIRMAN MAO parade was suddenly cancelled. But speculation that Mao was ill was dispelled when Reutsre news agency correspondent Jamas Pringle reported from Peking on Oct. 8 that (he chair- man had received Ethiopian Emperor Haile Selassie, who was in China on a state visit. Last February, Mao had talks with Uniled Slates President Nixon when he later visited Pe-! king. I The SouUi China Morning Post, in an exclusive report by Kevin Sinclair, says last week's meeting in Peking was appar- ently arranged in haste to de- cide who should rule China after the 78-year-old party chairman. Sinclair quotes unidentified sources which he says are ex- tremely reliable for the report that the party's central commit- tee began meeting about the middle of last week. Tlie newspaper quotes "a very knowledgeable political source" as saying Mao is be- lieved to be "very sick and pos- sibly dying." To support the belief, the re- port says that when the widow of American author Edgar Snow visited China last April sha was met by Premier Chou En-lai in- stead of Mao who had been ex- pected to meet her. SIMPSONS-SEARS We design our own refrigerators. That's why we con afford to give you the only real guarantee. 'Satisfaction or money refunded' That's a guarantee you can really bank on. There arc no loopholes! At Simpsons-Sears we give you this foolproof guarantee because we know how a Coldspot refrigerator is built. We're there when a Coldspot is put through innumerable tests! Quality control tests that assure you you'll never, never have to defrost your frostfree Coldspot. We check the separate temperature controls so you can be sure your milk won't turn to 'ice' in the food section. Or your ice cream won't get mushy in the freezer. 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