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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IFTHMIDOe HERALD Monday, November JO, 1972 Planned robberies by his horoscope NDP members uneasy in new role Associated Press .Maiia g i n g Editors convention, he said he Defend; Secretary Mel v i n asd that lie is looking for an Lnird has repented that he in- j apartment in New York, tends to resign in January, but said he hits not yet made any Rev. Theodore future plans. chairman of Ihe United Stales In reply lo a question at The i civil rights commission since ami a member since its i inception in has resigned, ticsbirgh, president of Notre Dame University, notif i e d President N i x o n informally without explaining the reason for his resignnlion. Horseman Lawrence I! y e midrib aged '.vher. he at- tended Hie first Hoyal Agricul- tural Winter Fair in 1922. He's now. almost twice as old as the fair itself, still at- lending, and still winning prizes for his Clydesdale horses. Mr. Rye, who operates a 350- acre farm near Edmonton, en- I tered three of [he big draught horses this a I ribbon for each of first 1 and two fourths. "I've never misrrd a show.'' lie said in an interview at Tor- onlo. ''It's like a disease with no cure." TUHUNTO (CPi Thomas Olis Moslcy, an American who planned robbwies by his horoscope, rind Linda Susan Collingc, a 22-year-old prosli- lulc, were sentenced to life iin- Ill slceplc MELVl.V LA1RU plans to quit definilcly plans to quit. Laird i said he plans to take a Ihree- nionlh vacation and won't de- cide on a Mure course until after that. On foreign affairs, he said that in the immediale future, the United States "will expect other nations to provide more cops on the beat in their own neighborhoods." TENDE, France (API Offi- cials in this little mountain town were confronted today with the mystery of the decapi- tated skeletons in the church steeple. Workers repairing the steeple found a coffin v.ith several skeletons inside. A doctor who examined the remains found legs, arms and other bones' hut no skulls. The only clues in the puzzle were fragments of newspapers daling from 1853 in the coffin.' To add lo the p-ohlem. Tende became a part of France only in IMG. Formerly it was in Italy. Presidenta 1 aoviser Henry Kissinger plans to resign his While House position to accept the presidency of the Rocke- feller Foundation, the author of Truck operators hit by pri.somncnt for non-capital capital murder. They were convicted of the murder of Toronto taxi Jack Green, 62, flagged down by Ihe couple last Dec. 2B and stabbed to death as he turned lo collect bis (are. During the nine-day trial Mos- lcy told how he robbed on his good days and rested on his bad days according to his horo- scope. Mosley, who spent IB of the last 21 years in California pris- ons assaults and armed robbery, testified the murder was liiss Collinge's idea. Miss Collinge, who came lo Canada from England as an in- fant, said she knew nothing of the robbery plan and had no idea Mosley was going to kill the taxi driver. She testified that when Mos- ley began stabbing Green with the five-inch blade of a knife she tried In stop him. Moslev said she kept screaming: "Kill Shim. Kill him. Kill him." They killed for money bul got none as they had to flee when they saw someone watching from a nearby house. There was in Green's pocket new law EDMONTON (CP) The owner-operator who pushes his huge semi-trailer truck up to 120 hours a week lo pay for the high-cost equipment will be hard Kit by federal legislation amending the hours of work for truckers which becomes effec- recently published biography live- Jan. the Alberta Motor savs I Transport Association was told Charles Ashman, in Houston (o promote his book Kissinger: The Adventures of a Super- kraut, said Kissinger has con- lided those plans lo his family FRAME STYLES FROM AROUND-THE- WORLD here. The new federal labor legis- lation is aimed at getting the fatigued truck driver off the roads, but the industry sees the new rules as a jumble of red tape which will increase the paper work for drivers and dispatchers. Bill Sokil, associa- tion president said. PERMISSION NEEDED Unless the owner-operator can get special permission from the federal labor department, he will be restricted to working GO hours a wee k in the new year. Automotive Centre AUTOMOTIVE SPECIALS MOTOR TUNE-UP 6 CYLINDER Install new spark plugi (choice AC, Champion, 8 CYLINDER CARS ONLY 17.99 ALL CANADIAN i U.S. CARS Install pointi, rotor, and condenser. carburetor Adjust timing Cars equipped wish resistor plugi slightly higher. USE YOUR CREDIT Robert of Ottawa, re- gional manager of the Federal labor standards branch, said the new do not ap- ply to all truck drivers or com- panies. He told the delegates it only applies to tliose firms engaged in interprovincial or interna- tional transport or in mail But, Mr. Sokil said, "it's only a matter of time before federal and provincial regulations fol- low one another." The new regulations provide overtime payment to truckers only after they have worked (iO hours. Under present rules, overtime is paid after 10 hours in any one day or 60 hours in a week. The safety regulatJons re- strict truckers to driving only JO hours a day, lo being on duty only 15 hours daily and to a total o[ GO hours in any one week. i R, G. McFarliiiie, Alberta deputy minister of industry, caid the province wants lo pro- vide a climate for the growth of j a healthy private enterprise i transportation system. i FACE BANKRUPTCY The costs oE meeting new reg- ulations for trucking perishable goods could put some trucking operators out of business, the association said in a prepared statement. The provincial regulations, which come into effect at the first of the new year, require all motor carriers to provide adequate refrigeration and car- go "separation perishable for goods at all stages of distribu- tion. The association said the high costs of equipping vehicles and terminals likely would put some operators out of business. The meeting elected Alvin Eielz of Calgary president. Ronald Melchin and Kenneth Laurie, both of Calgary, were elected vice-presidents and Ce- cil Rhodes of Edmonton, secre- tary-treasurer. Identify dead men AUTO VACUUM CLEANER Super power car vac plugs into lighter, Cord cxlondstatrunk.l2voll. STP GAS TREATMENT For top engine perform- ance and better gas mileage. Limit 3 Open Daily 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2021 Mayor Magrath Drive LABRADOR CITY. Nflcl. (CP) Police have identified seven men killed Friday while dismantling a scaffold ;tL a min- ing site in Afount Wright, Quc j .10 miles west of this western i Labrador town. Dead are .Incqnes Thilxxlcau, Rodolphc ValmonL Lc- blanc, and Lauricr Dtigas. aU of Montreal. Leo Houssy and Ber- nnrrl Couture, bolh of Grande i nivicro, Qnc., and j J Delarosbil of Pa.spediac. Que. I j Another man, Andre Peilctier 1 I nf Montreal, was in .sennits con- rlition in hospital in Wabusli, Quebec Provincial Police said Salirday. All the men were employed by the Mannix Construction Co. Louis Bnudrcau, public rela- tions manager for Quebec Car- tier Mining Co. which operates Iru mining Mlc, s.iid the men were dismantling scaffolding which had been used in con- crcle pouring operation lo make a riln for storing crude i -on ore, A mining company spokes- man said earlier Ihc dis- mantling operation was gener- ally a smooth one. QPP from Sonl-IIcs, about .150 miles northeast of Mount Wrighl, wrc investigating accident. I'ATIIO.M iiKI'TIl A fathom, chiefly water depth measurement, is .six feel. OTTAWA (CP) While Ihc New Democratic Party, holding Ihe balance of power, may ap- peur lo he in the parliamentary d-Ivor's seal for the new ses- sion of Ihe House, there are many party members who are highly uncomfortable about the situation. Anil some are quietly critical ot Ihe way party Leader David Lewis has set out the NDP posi- tion. Sources say Mr. Lewis was compromising various views when he laid down a series of party "objectives" lie expected a new Parliament lo meet, and said lhal Ihe NDP would take a flexible approach and support any minority government pro- ducing "progressive" legisla- tion. He had been faced, sources say, with suggestions that the parly lay down ultimatums on an "o'-else" basis, and other suggestions that the party an- nounce it would vote with tha minority government on every- thing for a period of perhaps six months for the sake par- liamentary stability. The MP who made Ihe latter suggestion argued before caucus lhat a pledge of support for a given period would elimi- nate Ihe day-to-day anguish arising with each vote. It would also portray a responsible party image to Canadian voters. If the minorily Liberal gov- ernment did not produce at the end of six months, says the MP, the NDP could offer Ihe fiame support to a minority Con- servative government. "And if it didn't produce good legisla- tion we could go back to the people in good shape." "But Ihe way Ihings sland now, we appear lo be laying down ultimatums wlu'ch aren't really ultimatums, and each time we vole with the govern- ment we're going to have to Iry and explain why. I am sure most Canadians don't under- stand our I am not sure I do myself There is one NDP MP who feels lhat Mr. Lewis shouldn't have said anything about the party's position. "What we should have done is lie low and let the Liberals and Con- servatives get at each other's throats. We didn't have to say a word. "But we have been so busy explaining ourselves away thai we have allowed bolh of them lo lie low." When Mr. Lewis outlined the party's eight of which are established party said it would be im- possible to specify the min- imum requirements for NDP support. K Lhe llironc speech gives an undertaking to deal with some of these objeclives "our party will feel morally obligated" to give the government an oppor- tunity lo deal wilh them. If Ihe Ihronc speech doesn'l give such an undertaking Ihen "we'll have lo lake a look at the silualion very seriously." While many of Ihe 31 NDP MPs argue lhat this is "the only responsible others say Ihey are afraid the parly may lose its credibility as il bobs and weaves on various issues and votes before Ihe House. Although Mr. Lewis has said that "we don't inlend lo act out of fear or apprehension of an- other most party members privately say they don't want another vole For at least a year. Third parties have traditionally fared badly in elections in which the two ma- jor parties ari campaigning for a majority. "We're in a difficult position said one MP. "And at the moment I am afraid we're making it worse." TAKE A GENTLE LAXATIVE From the makers of Take gentle-acting Ni... Nature's remedy! 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