Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 21, 1972 · Page 26
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 26

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British Rail Union Chieftains Considering Cooling-Off Order By RODNEY F I N D E R Associated Press Writer LONDON (AP) - Kail union chiefs debated today whether to iced a court order for a two- week, cooling off period in (heir four-day om slowdown of the nation's train system. It is the first major test of (he Conservative government's indus- Irial relations act adopted last year. In an effort to avert a showdown. Vice Feather, head of (lie parent Trades Union Congress, made efforts to reopen negotiations between Hie three unions involved and British Rail, the government monopo- T!ie 1,300-member Deplford iranch of the National Union of Railwaymen demanded its BOAT CAPTAIN -- Scott Stevenson, 3, is Intent on guiding his boat through the dangerous rapids on a ride at the Hillside Mall carnival this week. Scott is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stevenson of Milliken. (Tribune photo by Mike Peters) Duke Finds Suit a Bit Short By PAUL RECER AP Aerospace Writer SPACE CENTER, Houston (AP) - If God had intended man lo fly to the moon He would have made him a better tailor. Poor Charlie Duke, 200,000 miles from home, and somehow his suit doesn't fit quite right. It's loo short. So short in fact, that one of his roommates,' John Young, could hardly zip the zipper for him. And how's a guy gonna take that "one small step for man" with the world watching if the darn zipper won't close. A f t e r all, Charlie's an Air Force lieutenant colonel and the military is pretty strict about looking smart. like I've grown an inch or two." · Then he added hopefully: "There was no trouble with the extremely tight. The suit feels (pressure zipper (in front), just Fort Collins Man Guilty Of Sodomy F O R T COLLINS, Colo. (AP)--A six-man, six-woman District Court jury has turned in what Dist. Ally. David L. Wood says is the first g u i l t y verdict for sodomy in Larimer County history. The guilty verdict came Wednesday at the trial of Ricli- iard A. Sanchez, 2C, of Fort Col- Charlie didn't go to the local 'ii ns . Sanchez, who escaped the bargain basement for his suit. Larimer County Jail last year He went first class. Three hun-jalong with eight other persons, dred thousand dollars is what it (also was found guilty on a! Frl.. April 21, 1972 GREELEY (Colo.) TUlBUNB 27 The Court of Industrial Kcla-: would bring their lowest paid tions ordered the railmen to members up to $52 a week. suspend their slowdown for 14 days at the government's request Wednesday. If the unions refuse lo comply, they can be held in contempt and fined up to $200,000 each. The rail unions, representing some 300,000 men, boycotled the court hearing in line with TUC policy adopted by Feather. The appeal lo the court wa= the first time the government made use of the antislrike legislation, and Feather said it was "very serious and regrettable. "I tliink that everybody concerned with industrial rclalions[democracics. Since Monday the workers have been adhering strictly lo their rulcbook--much of it outdated-and refusing lo work overtime. This has cut freight traffic as much as 53 per cent and sliarp- ly curtailed commuter service. Taking note of (he unions' repeated threats to ignore llic procedures laid down by (lie new labor legislation, the Industrial Delations Court in ils ruling said the real issue is not the current wage dispute but Britain's position as "one of the oldest and most politically ma- lure of the parliamentary in this country will regret this day," he declared. Brilish Kail has offered to leaders discuss a strike with'(pay the men 12 per cent more (he other two unions involved i n i t l i u n they now earn but (lie un- he slowdown. 'ions w a n t 1G per cent, which willingness lo comply with laws whether or not we agree with them, whilst reserving our fundamental right to campaign by every constitutional means for their repeal or amendment." Steel Imports BALTIMORE - Steel imports of 18.3 million tons in 1S71 topped by 362,000 tons the old record set in 19G8 ami were nearly 5 million tons over the 1970 total. Beautiful : NOTE PAPER i '"Everything tor the Office' 1JOS 8th Ave. '"The hallmark of such a waj of lift is compliance with am : respect of the rule of law," ji coiilinucd. "But the rule of law e\acls its price. That price includes a APRIL SPfCIALi | . COMPLETE AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE · Completely tesl the entire system for refrigerant I ond oil leaks · Clean insects and dirt from the condenser · Replenish refrigerant as required I · Adjust compressor belt tension · Performance test the system. / Up lo 511 (depending on condition) plus parts. ) EDWARDS CHEVROLET CO. 721 Tenth Street Phone3S2-7H8 See us for the best in Chevy Service the restraint zipper in the smal of the back." "How did it feel on launch day?" Mission Control asked skeptically. j "It was a little light," said Charlie, "it felt a little tight. Once we gel it zipped, it's okay, ft's getting it zipped that is worrying us." "Guess you are growing," said Mission Control, before adding: "Better watch that. You're 6 feet (the maximum height for flying in space)." Charlie chuckled: "It's too late now." "Unless you feel very strongly about, it," said Mission Control, "It might be better not to tamper with it." I Mission Control said it would j determine later whether adjust-; mcnts could bo made. cost, and that's with just onolcharge of being a habitual! pair of pants. (criminal. Bui then he goes out of lown,j He faces a m a x i m u m ?en- put it on, and what happens? ifence of !2 years on the habit"John had a difficult t i m c j u a l criminal charge and 14 getting the zipper closed, "lyears on Duke told Mission Control. "It'sjviction. the sodomv con- Spain Lures Students MADRID - In 1345 there were only 12 students from Central and Sotuh America studying in Spain. The latest statistics show 12,M4 such students. OUTSIDE WHITE SAVE $1.50 Gallon! Your Choice Decca Latex or Oil-Base HOUSE PAINT BETTER QUALITY! BIGGER ECONOMY! SAVE $2.00 Gal. 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