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StcorcJ CIbm Mtl Rtglitarad Numbtr H4X Tires were shot out from close range-FBI WASHINGTON (AP Aot ing FBI Director L. Patrick Gray ill said Friday the FBI agents who shot out the tires of a hijacked Southern Airways jet Ford rfecall on 40,000 cars, trucks DETROIT (AP) Ford Mo, tor Co. announced Friday it is recalling more than 40,000 cars and trucks which may need cor rections to avoid braking loss or fuel leakage. Ford said it will recall in the U.S. 11,725 1973-model cars equipped with 4294V and 31,660 1972-model Econoline trucks to find some 2,600 ve hicles which may need the Also affected are 945 cars and 2,537 trucks in Canada. About 2,540 of the Econoline trucks have improperly routed front brake hoses, Ford said, which rub against the front sus pension coil springs. The contact could cause a hose to rupture, leading to a loss of front wheel braking and increased stopping distance. Of the 429-4V Fords and Mer- curys being recalled, about 65 are suspected -of having car buretor fuel leakage which could result in delayed starting, Ford said. NOT A BITE KIDDERMINSTER, England (CP) To fihd- their angling champion, 200 national ambul ance servicemen fished a stretch of cana! in Worcester shire in a competition. But after five hours, nothing bad been caught. Later a local fisherman told them that all the fish in the canal had been moved to other waters three weeks earlier. An other contest has been ar ranged. last week fired from, distances of between six inches and 30 feet. Passengers who' contended that FBI sharpshooters opened fire from across the runway while the plane was moving near a fuel truck are wrong, he said. The decision "to shoot away the tires drew considerable criticism when the plane took on on its tire rims from Orlando, and flew to Havana. Gray said he was personally giving the orders In attempting to prevent the pirates from ordering the pilot of the DC-a to fly to Switzerland or Africa. There were, he said, 15 spe cial FBI agents directly under tne when the tires were shot. They had rehearsed a plan to board the plane earlier the day but were unable to carry it off (hiring the marathon hijack last Saturday. Gray spoke at the annual Founders Day dinner of the George Washington University Law School where he received the law a'ssociation's distinguished alumnus- award. U.S. economy slows down WASHINGTON (UPI) New government figures Friday con- tirmed a slow-down in the U.S. economy in the third quarter but the drop was not as big as originally indicated. The commerce department said the economy grew by $24.6 billion or 8.9 per cent between June and September while prices rose at a moderate 2.4 per cent. pace. In "real" terms, discounting the effects of inflation, the third quarter growth rate was 6.3 per cent, down sharply from the ab normally large 9.4 per cent sec ond quarter jump and more in line with the 6.7 and 6.5 per cent growth rates of the previous two ent months: ago." A The message also drew to the attention of the Cuban govern ment the fact that there has been no reply to a Canadian request that Critton be returned for trial, he said. Canada has a "very, very small" aid program in Cuba and also provides some aid to Algeria, 'another country where hijackers have been admitted. (Treble Clef's $799.00 stereo system) Your best investment in stereo equipment Our Advent, Sherwood, Dual, 0 system is unique among oil the systems thot can be put together; it is a stereo radio phonograph system that is right, the completely satisfying choice for most people with demanding interest in both music and sound at a price far lower than such a system would have cost just a few years ogo. 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Its excellent high frequency capabilities complement the fine high frequency characteristics of the Advent loudspeakers and the Sherwood 7200 receiver. It comes complete with a diamond stylus. The price of the individual components is $889.00, but you can buy the complete system from Treble Clef for only $799.00 installed in your home and guaranteed for 2 years including all parts and labour. Come into any of our stores and listen to what we think is the best value in home music systems available today. CREDIT TERMS AVAILABLE NO DOWN PAYMENT Treble Clef has ether systems from $200.00 to $4,000.00 as well as Ottawa's lowest prices on Pioneer, Saniul, Dual, Akil and many ether brand name products. i Treble CM Stereo 175 Sparks St. Corllngwood Billings Brldgi 237-3981 rev v- "r--- for good." Captain Charles H. Simpson, president of the Canadian Air line Pilots Association, presented Mr. Sharp with a letter for Prime Minister Trudeau during bis morning meeting in the min ister's office. The letter said the association was shocked by the violence of recent hijackings and the dis regard for international law by countries harboring air pirates. It asked that flights from Canada to all 6uch countries be suspended along with any foreign aid now being given. "I can understand the position of the pilots," said Mr. Sharp when he spoke later with "They-are' risking their own lives as well as those their passengers. 1 Deueve they ougnt to be very strongly supported. So I didn't rule out the possi bility of any kind of action if we can't get action on the inter national level." Cronkite to respect picket line NEW YORK (AP) The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists ordered its members Friday not to cross the picket lines after 6 p.m. Tuesday of another union on strike against Columbia Broadcasting System since Nov. 3. The order affects AFTRA members, including CBS TV news anchorman Walter Cronkite and the network's correspondents, now working at CBS radio and television stations here and in Washington, D. Chicago, St. Louis, Los Angeles and San Francisco, AFTRA said. Cronkite and other CBS correspondents issued a statement Thursday in which they said they would obey such an order if given. About 1,200 CBS cameramen, technicians and engineers went on strike against the network after failing to reach agreement on a new three-year contract with CBS. GALLOPING GRANNIE POOLE, England (CP) Louie Dingwall, 85, hopes to saddle up and show Britain's aspiring young women jockeys how to ride a horse," she says. Louie applied for a licence to compete in women-only races ana next season aims to rioe the pants off any girl in Britain." She has only one problem to overcome her weight. At 160 pounds, "that's too damned heavy," she said. FOR PRESCRIPTIONS Saturday, November 18, 1972 FIREMEN STRUGGLE Firemen at the Ebnvale Shopping Mall, St Laur-' Boulevard and Smyth Road, lay a network of However, Mr. Sharp said, he is hoping for "co-operation from the Cubans" and also that an over-all international agreement can be reached. "We think we are making some progress international negotiations. "We want to see if that will succeed because as soon as that is abandoned, it is abandoned TO EXTINGUISH FATAL FIRE hoses in the fight against a blaze which Friday' night took the life of Helene Cyr, 16, of 2094 Saunderson Dr. I From page one Canada might hit havens Mr. Sharp said he has sent "another message" to the Cuban government asking why .1 has not "resumed the negotia tions mat were started some Captain Smith said after the son why the meeting with 15-minute meeting he was pleased that Canada would continue to take "as firm and positive" a position against hijackers as it has in the past. The meeting was arranged in the wake of a U.S. hijacking last week in which three armed men commandeered a Southern Air ways jet and forced the pilot to fly to Cuba twice in a bizarre ordeal that lasted nearly 30 hours. At -one point, FBI sharpshooters shot out the tires of the aircraft as it was taking off and the final landing in Cuba was made on a runway covered with foam. Captain Smith said the FBI action breached an agreement with U.S. airline pilots under which no intervention is sup posed to be made by police without the expressed request" of the pilot. Captain Smith said Canadian pilots have a similar arrangement with the RCMP and, while not concerned about a similar breach in Canada, they wanted to make sure there was no change in "Canada's position with other governments on this matter. This was one rea- Mr. Sharp was arranged. ft MINTO'S NEWEST WEST END RENTAL COMMUNITY DISHWASHERS AND CLOTHES DRYERS IN ALL HOMES! HEATED GARAGES! From page one "We couldn't hear anything then and the police said it was impossible for anyone to be in there because the woman who worked in the store had all gone home" said Paul. "But we kept on arguing that we were right and just then the. fire depart ment arrived." Firemen attempted to break down the fire door but failed. It was not until shopping centre superintendent Gerry Dougald arrived with a pick axe that they were able to break it open. "When they got through the door we saw a form in a sitting position fall out, they they kept us back and I didn't see anything too clearly," Paul said. "We just turned and ran for the nearest house to phone an Weathei Ottawa: Clouding over early this morning, with, a chance of a snowflurry or two. High today 30-35. Clearing overnight with a low of about 20. Sunday, mainly cnnnir tiri i vf a a (Journal Photo by Steve Segal) Montreal: Variable cloudiness today and tomorrow. High today and Sunday 35 to 40. Low 20-25. Toronto: Cloudy today and Sunday. High on both days 35-40. Low tonight near 30. The Ottawa Journal 'They wouldn't Paul said he thought per son was alive when the opened because of the sounds, but wasn't sure. Paul is the son of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Panish, 2018 Olympic not far from the scene of the fire that claimed the life of Helene Cyr. Jl MONDAY AT CAM'S Floral NEW HANDBAG FASHIONS at mmlk PlkcE print tapestry-, with leather and sued combinations. ENQUIRE ABOUT OUR OCCUPANCY SPECIAL ooo iDirw Can be worn as shoulder strap, style. Just one from a smart group of new arrivals. 510 TEMPORARY" LOCATION RIDEAU AND DALHOUSIE STREETS RE-ELECT RUDY CAPOGRECO DALHOUSIE WARD Your Full Time Alderman ft- Mm ill i' i Z. '1 A SPACIOUS AND BEAUTIFUVHOME FOR YOUR FAMILY FOR TODAY, TOMORROW, AND MANY YEARS TO COME A QUIET RESIDENTIAL NEIGHBOURHOOD, YET CLOSE TO SHOPPING PLAZAS, SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES. THAT'S NAVAHO PLACE, MINTO'S NEWEST WEST END RENTAL COMMUNITY. 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