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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDQE News in brief Ford popularity wanes NEW YORK (AP) A poll commissioned by the New York Times shows President Ford's decisions on pardons have drained his support, with only 32 per cent of Americans giving him a good job rating. More human bones found ISSAQUAH, Wash. (AP) Explorer Scouts combing a wooded hillside near here Wednesday discovered over 20 additional human bones at the site where the remains of three persons have been tound. Saturday, the first set of bones were identified as those of two young women missing since mid-July from nearby Sammamish State Park. King County Police Capt J. N. Mackie, said dentists iden- tified Denise Naslund, 18, and Mrs Janice Ott, 23, from teeth in jawbones and a skull. llaldeman seeks new jury WASHINGTON (AP) Lawyers for H.R. Haldeman have asked that 400 potential jurors for the Watergate cover-up case be dropped and the process of jury selection start over again. In a legal brief, the lawyers tor the former White House chief of staff said a letter sent to the potential jurors in July indicated the trial would be in September, last three or four months, and that the jury would be sequestered "because the case is expected to create a large amount of publicity." 'Hat youth shpt MEDICINE HAT (CP) A 17-year-old Medicine Hat youth, whose name was not released, was seriously wounded in a shooting incident involving city police Tuesday night. Police had responded to a report that a person with a ri- fle was threatening a nearby resident. A spokesman said the police found it necessary to fire a shot to protect the lives of the policemen. The youth was hit and taken to hospital. Crew refuses to dock ship LE HAVRE (AP) A Norwegian ferry began bring- ing the passengers of the luxury liner France ashore to- day after the ship's crew refused to bring her into port. The world's largest ship, the passenger liner, was anchored 2Vz miles off the entrance to Le Havre, her home port. The crew vow- ed to keep her at sea until the French government reversed its decision to take her out of service at the end of October because of her heavy operating losses Winnipeg going metric WINNIPEG (CP) Win- nipeg's move to "go metric" began Wednesday when a traf- tic sign on main street giving the speed limit as 50 kilometres an hour was set up. Frank Symons, the educa- tion and information director for the metric commission, said the goal was for Win- nipeg's conversion to the metric system to be complete bv 1977 ICBC losses 'higher' VANCOUVER (CP) Social Credit leader Bill Bennett Wednesday accused Premier Dave Barrett of mis- representing the losses of the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia. The B.C. opposition leader said an internal ICBC report shows Autoplan's first-year deficit could run as high as million or more. 'Aides were refused pardon' WASHINGTON (Reuter) Two former senior aides to former president Richard Nixon. John Ehrlichman and H.R. Haldeman. asked for pardon from Nixon before he left office, but were turned down, the Washington Post said today. The newspaper said the re- quests for immunity by the two men, awaiting trial on Sept. 30 for conspiracy to obstruct justice, were made in the closing days of the Nixon administration. Luxury liner burning KEY WEST. Fla. (AP) The luxury liner Cunard Am- jassador was afire today in the Gulf of Mexico and most of its 290 crew members ship, the U.S. Coast Guard reported. There were no immediate reports of injuries. The ship was carrying no passengers at the time of the fire. Tanaka leaves for Canada TOKYO