Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
FLYING LIKE A BIRD Australian Bill Moyes, riding under artificial in the form of a 25-foot sailcloth wingspcm, soars to a record altitude of about feet above Lake Ellesrnere, New Zealand. He glided Jo fhe nearly mile-high allitude while slrapped in a lying position. His initial lift info ihe air was by towline from a speedboat. He later macfe a circling landing. Previous record for this type of ffighf was less Jhan feet by an American. (AP Wirephoto) Tampering dispute crops up again OTTAWA (CP> Tlio dispute, top" to rcscal it. Mr. Hales on alleged tampering of MPs mail cropped up again in the Commons Wednesday as Alfred D. Hales hold up a letter he sairl had baen opened before it was delivered to him. When he tried to move (hat the letter be placed before a commiltec already handed the job of investigating the allega- tions, the required unanimous consent was withheld by the Liberals. said eallcd out James Jcrome as Con- servatives heckled Lhn govern- ment benches over the refusal. "Mr. Hales said the letter was addressed just to the chairman of the Commons public accounts committee, n post ho holds, rather than by name. It was given to him by the postmaster of the West Block post office on Parliament Hill "no ex- planation" of how or why it had been opened. It had "cellophane across the said. Mr. Hales told a reporter he believes Hie letter was opened by accident, but that whoever had done -so should have In scrted a note saying so. Mr. Hales did not identify the sender but said the letter con- cerns his committee's curren Faulty steering mechanism costs company NEW YORK (CP) When Eileen Cutrone's husband died six years ago from injuries in automobile accident, she sued General Motors for neglig- ence, claiming font the accident was caused by a defective steer- ing mechanism in his Pon- tiac Cataliria. Yesterday, six years later, a ov.- York state Supreme Ccurt jury ordered GM to pay the 32- year-old widow in dam- ages. 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Phono LARSON'S TIRE SHOP Fort MacLeod HARRY'S TIRE SERVICE Claresholm BARTON MOTORS Picture Butte ger was driving home Dec. 30, 866, when his cor jumped a vkfer and was struck by on- omitig traffic, lie died about x mcnths later from injuries eluding a fractured skull. Mrs. Cutronc s lawyer, Leon ogal, said that the veliicle, hieh then had miles on was not, fit to Ix: driven. He lid a defective idler arm, hich he described as a art, had been falsely gusran- eed to have lifetime lubrication ut that the manufacturer had ound a toss of lubrication in ontiacs of that year and A Glvr spokesman said it has ot decided whether to appeal. One year after the accident M recalled Ponliacs or repair of the steering mech- nism, at the time one of the argest recalls in auto history. -TSuiiday, Morck 16, 1972 UTHBRIDGE McLean Bridge too narrow says McQuillan hearing of Auditor-Genera Maxwell Henderson on alleged government interference will Hie auditor-general's office. Ho said the point was (hat the letter might have been ex- tremely confidential. The House decided Tuesday to have the committee on privi- leges and elections look inio al- legations by Erik Nielsen (PC that mail from gov- ernment employees to MPs is being opened as it goes through ome department mail faciH- ies. Mr. Nielsen said the infor- mation came from a public service source so highly placed '.hat it could not be wrong. He alleged that fingerprints and other identification steps are taken when such letters are unsigned. Prime Minister Trudeau de- nied that any sucii snooping is a result of government policy and said he doubted any such activ- ity is taking place. TADER (HNS) The need !o restrict travel over the Mc- Lean Bridge north of Tabcr lo one-way traffic, as a safety measure, has been recom- mended to the Taber MD coun- cil by Barons-Euicka tieallli in- peclor James W. McQuillan of Coaldnle. 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