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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Cirri's appeal I for vici CALGAHY (CP) The seven charges after he to give up if they berta Appeal Court Monday a DC-8 with 118 out the man may jected an appeal by Paul Joseph Cini for a reduction of his and nine crew members. During an eight-hour flight the rest of his life in G sentence for liijacking an Canada and the U.S. a Canada airliner last could Three judges at the decision by the Gov court said they were of the of Alberta hijacking began last M o n ion his lite term should was delivered less than when Cini emerged from all state alter Cini's on the airplane Mr. Justice H. G. D. Heilly, presented his a shotgun. to be said the "dominant if not ordered the aircraft Friday aspect is the deterrent factor." Cini was convicted last lawyer said courts "must >e left to give a higher Falls, Mont., where million in ransom was to be S.D. any future hijacker whose action may have more After getting but a prepa derson said, Oil well he had the full Dakot PASSENGERS Kneip to snuffed voluntarily put away his dynamite bomb and let the ordered the jet to Hegina but >art way there It was and imc Montanans ir leave the plane, to Great Falls where The LLOYDMINISTER, S a s were allowed and the (CP) __ A gas fire that Justice Johnson said are al been burning since last court considered in its decision the manner in the air once more en route :o Phoenix, Ariz., the plane The goverr day at an oil well near hijacking was carried for Calgary and while former minister was snuffed out the "complete disregard final approach to the among safety" of the people on crew overpowered Of Mont. (AP) >rnor Forrest An- day ordered flags buildings and fa- flown at half-staff >ecause of the de- d at Rapid City, ed statement, An- "I have wired i Governor Rich- offer the sympa- understanding of all A large drilling and pumping plane. operation started after the fire ignited. A relief well was drill- suitcasc of survival gear that ed at an angle 500 feet away on rjjni, a 28-year-old Calgary resi HEADS MANUFACTUR. ERS Daniel Sprague, pres- ident of James B. Carter Ltd., Winnipeg, Is the incoming president of the Canadian Manufacturers' Association. Born in Winnipeg in 1908, he started his business career as a chartered accountant. In 1958 he and several other bus- inessmen bought the Carter firm. Tuesday, June 13, 1972 THE LETHBR1DGE HERAID 7 the surface from the origina bore- When the two wells inter sected large volumes of muc were pumped down the seconc shaft to seal off the supply o gas at the base, causi'lg th surface fire to burn itself out. dent, carried aboard involved some premediation. Mr. Iteilly argued maximum sentences are not necesarily the best deterrent. Crews of future hijacked airplanes might be more successful in persuading Socred party target YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERVICE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV RADIO AND TV 302 ISth St. N. JACK'S SUMMER SPORTS CAMP JUNE 72 Boys and Girls 6-T4 years of age TENNIS TRAMPOLENE BALL HOCKEY FIELD HOCKEY SWEDISH HANDBALL SOCCER SOFTBALL WATER POLO RACQUET BALL FLAG FOOTBALL SWIMMING LESSONS "Overnite eampouts, sports camp T-shirt, bronze, lil- ver and gold crests also Intramural day. For further Information call 328-7771 Lethbridge Family YMCA EDMONTON