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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta WARMER FORECAST HIGH WEDNESDAY 20-25 ABOVE VOL. LXV No. The Lethbridge Herald LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1072 PRICE NOT OVI-U 10 CENTS TWO SECTIONS 111 PAGES Britain moves to calm Mill rate boost Irish Roman Catholics Adopt screening system for airline passengers WASHINGTON (AP) The Federal Aviation Ad- niinislralion, laced with the continuing menace of air- plane hijackings, Monday ordered all the United States scheduled airlines (a start screening passengers and baggage for weapons or sabotage devices. The rule apply to all domestic scheduled air- lirss and U.S.-flag international airlines, and to intra- state airlines. It Mil not allcct the supplemental airlines, which specialize in charier service, foreign airlines, or air laxi companies. Hccmise foreign airlines are not included in the ruling, passengers embarking on Air Canada planes in the United States, for example, would not be aJfect- ed by the move. In Ottawa, an aide to Transport Minister Don Jameson said Monday he had not heard of the U.S. measures. Church sides spark Irish violence 1-ONDON (Renter) The killing of at least 1.1 persons in Sunday was the worst incident involving British troops since they were pent into Northern Ireland in August, 19R9. But the most costly incident in violence that has gripped Ulster occiured last December when 15 per- sons were killed in an explosion that destroyed a Bel- fast pub. The development of violence in Northern Ireland in the hist three years has its origins in the firin conviction of Northern Ireland's Roman Cath- olics that they are oppressed by the one-million-strong Prcleslant majority. Ever since 1321. when tiie six countries of North- ern Ireland split away from the south, now the Re- public i 11 v o I v f1 d :n ;i srbeme. to pocket nen (lu'qurs (-i pay billitmaii'e Ihmnrd for his purported phy. Crew oil Ihr cnossFiici.n 20 and crude oil flu1 ffdlli ;i silll'K' lion ciijilurcij Tlio spill occiUToil ;ilnuil I milc.s norllnvc.sl n[ Calgary. ;