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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE IETK3RIDGE HijJALO Tuesday, 19, 1972 FUTl BRIG RE HEALTH WCTiRK HT-MORE OR LESS as multiple sclero- feclive a? tOl'I.D DELAY UISKASKS Ai'houih Department revamped (CP) Fnnron- ment Minister Jack Davis sn- nounccd Monday he will reorga- nize his riepartmeni Jan. 1, breaking it pri- fishorkis ard marine sen ices environ- mental services, the rc-o realization, i which reriuees tho department's complement o: assLs'.an' deputy ministers by two. K. C. Lucas, -.1. former assistant deputy minister for the environmental protection ser-'ice. txrconie H'snior assist ?Jit dtcuty minuter o: i is renr-5 ar.d m ices. Jean 49. senior ass is t- ar.t deputy rniniiter since the formal 13 ESQ. 'DC-CO rr.e ?orii'7r deputy minuter of en- support pilots fight in -piracy JL By PETER BUCKLEY WASHINGTON !Ct'i The woman in minisl-'.irt uniform serving cocktails to tourist class 15 firmly behind the pilot of the aircraft '.vhen he dornar.ds tougher measures ariin.it air says a for States airline- ste-.vard- activities erlss Trag for C tart ampaign reitarch, development and e'ft- rr.erus of the dcoar.tnent will come under Mr. juris- diruon. R. F. Shavr will remain dep- Heart surgeon remains in hospital r. Au- is r.o rr.ore the pilots and flight attendant- had met jointly last month (o approve an anti-hijack resolu- tion which formed the basis (or the Mexico program. '-V.'e agreed on a series of ac- tions leading up to another su. rx-nsion of air sen-ices if, a reasonable period of lime, things don't start happening, she said. A previous work stoppage la. t summer fizzled out in the U S irative assistant with the a result of court action attendants' division of the U.S. the airlines. But Miss Fuhrman Air Line Piiots Association i said the stewardesses were a.s riLpA: said in an interview I heaviiv involved then as the pi- 'Icts. Both pilots and flight attend- ants want ''effective'' action b; governments throughout tfe v.-orid. including steps to pre- vent certain countries from o. ferino sanctuary to air pirates. HARSH STEPS NEEDED Jean James, vice-president of Canadian Flight Attendants As- sociation says: feel that, ar country that a hijacker goes to should return him to the coun- try of origin for trial. A.S !on? as they knov; there are several couritries where t'rx-y can go the'y'll continue. V.'e f steward- esses f that harsh dis- ciplinary measures should be taken and until this is done the. v.iS! just c-arry on as they have in the past." .ALPA officials say are in marr; cases more rni-itar: the pi- lots." Betty 5.r.. Monday. alv.ays the first to get invoh'ed. Usually the gun or the knife is at their threat in a Last -veek's decision in Mex- ico Citv by the Interr.a'.ional Federation 'of Air Li.-.-; Pilots Associations to press for.vard -.rith plans for a stop- page of air traffic more j measures are adopted had the prior sup- port cf of th? approximately American iieVardo-sses. stewards and pursers. ALPA's di- vision represent.! a-VDrordrnatelv o: the U.S. stewardesses. CAPETOV7S'. south Africa -'AP: Heart surgeon Christ- iai- Barnard 'ar.d his 'life re- r.i.--ir. in the intensive-care sec- "Jo-, of Groote ScriVtrr hospital i represented by the Trar-smrt injuries suffered when they Workers Union, ar.d a Washing- ton official of that union ssid itj members are in absolute agree half MEMBERS AGREE majority of the others are v.ere hit by a track. Doctors said Sjr.day that Barnard arxi 'rds life, Barbara, are making prog- ress Li their from back and chest injuries. Thfcy said the pregnancy of Mrs. Bamard. eroecting trje among the 55 V1) pilots ar.d fiight attendants in the U.S. in 75 has been me.it v.-ith ALP.Vs stewardesses aboard a hijacked plane. Most: workers in business have at j leail one friend vrith personal of hijacking. Miss Fuhrman. a But Miss Fuhrman said hi- with Western Airlines or, jacM.-.g doesr.'t seem to turn v.hen. it comes to the need for tougher measures air RESTRICT PATENT MEDICINES Jccq of Fhcrrr.acisJs, gasiijres cs he tcl'-i Jo a n called en the federal te, s c fiferer, e cf p I O'.-ebec Callega second chiid, was not leave of abser.ce to work for ALPA. represer.Uti-.-es o! people away from being aUendants. The gift of real warmth styled in d elvers in c cf Orion or.d end Easfly installed. 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