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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wcdnotdoy, March 11, 1975 ELECTRONIC FRISK Passengers walk past an electronic metal detedor as they board a plane at Tor on I o International Airport, while Air Canada customer service supervisors E. J. O'Toole, left, and Irene Gouldie watch the detector. The which looks like a pair of shadeless pole lamps spols metal objects os small as buttons. gives %ing questions OTTAWA fCTi 'Hie gov- ernment pave Hie opposition a Commons lesson Tuesday in the art of not disclosing infor- mation, Finance Minister John Turner told questioner Angus M a c L e a n that any government response to the submissions of the Ca- nadian Chamber of Com- merce Monday will he an- nounced ''in the appropriate uay at the appropriate time." ttiere be a tax incentive to spur private investment, Mr. MacLean asked. Same answer. Mr. Turner said- Will there be a statement on tax policy, Mr. MacLean per- sisted, Not h e f o r e Easter, Mr. Turner said. Former prime m i n i s t er John Diefenbaker asked pensioners go on welfare CAT.GARY (CD The Civil Somce AssociatioT: of Alberta has a .s k the pro vi nci al gov- ern merit to providR interfst- employfc-s w h o often wail 7employees who often wait months for their first pension cheque. Association president Bill Broad said some cheques have been delayed up to three months. Some pensioners have had to draw on savings or borrow from banks, he said Tuesday. "There have been instances J in which they have been forced to go on welfare. Very few peo- I pie can afford a three-month interruption of earnings." i The government should be able to provide such loans be- cause it recently arranged a similar plan for persons whose unemployment insurance cheques were delayed, he said. The request as sent to La- Minister Bert Hohol and Provincial Treasurer Gordon Miniely. Kayak pa tidier at it again time it's the Yukon TORONTO CCP) The kayak that look Pele Lazier 3.000 mile.s across Can- ada last Slimmer will trans- port him down the Yukon River towards the Bering Sea this year. He hopes to complete the trip in 50 days, starting at the river's headwaters in Canada and paddling miles to its mouth on the northwest coast of Alaska. A second-year law student at the University of Toronto, Pete got his exercise wres- tling, wcightlifting and play- ing football until a friend be- queathed the s i n 1 e -.s e a t kayak to him when he founrl if incompatible with married life. After two years of familiari- zation, he launched the craft at Kocky Mountain House on the Alberta-British Columbia border last summer and headed eastward on the North Saskatchewan River, an old- fur-trailers' route. In spite of the spray cover that buttons around the pad- dler's waist to keep it dry in- side, he tost his supplies in a storm on Lake Winnipeg and had to catch fish for his meals for five days. To keep costs down this Teacher named JVDP candidate LEDUC fCPl Lionel Udcnberg, a W-ycar-oUl prin- cipal of a rural school, has been nominated to contest the fed- eral constituency of Wetaski- v.-jn for the New Democratic Parly in the next election. Mr. I