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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 34-THE LETHBRIOGE HBRALD-Wednesday, March MYSTERY THURSDAY NIGHT ONLY 15 MINUTE SPECIALS from to p.m. JUST FOLLOW OUR EASTER BUNNY FOR THESE TREMENDOUS BUYS FREE EASTER EGG Give away kiddies accompanied by parents will receive a FREE Easter Egg from our bunny. Zellers County Fair Located in ZeHera Shopping Centre on Mayor Magrath Drive Open Daily to e p-m. Thursday and Friday to p.m. Telephone 328-8171 Precipice .These cottages at Port Ryerse, south of Simqoe, Ont., have been threat- ening to topple into Lake Erie for more than a year, but so far are hanging in. Wave action this winter has almost succeeded in washing away footings. Cliff behind buildings pre- vents owners from mov- ing inland. Cargo door blamed for Paris crash WASHINGTON (AP) -The DC-10 jumbo jetliner which crashed near Paris earlier this month killing 346 persons had not undergone a key modi- fication on a cargo door, an of- ficial of the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board official said Tuesday. C. O. Miller, director of the board's Bureau of Aviation Safety, told a Senate aviation subcommittee investigating the crash there is multiple evidence suggesting the cargo door of the U.S.-built plane was not locked properly and that one of the first pieces separated from the plane was the aft cargo door. Although Miller testified French officials have not determined the official cause of the crash, experts believe that sudden decompression of the cargo hole buckled the aircraft floor, jammed the rudder controls running through the floor, and caused the crash. Miller said he and two other officials on the board inspected the crash scene. "There is multiple physical evidence which suggests the door was not locked in its proper he said. Furthermore, Miller said, the cargo door was locked by a man who was unable to read any of the cautionary instruc- tions. The cargo door was found about nine to 10 miles from the impact site, in two pieces, Miller said. Miller said it is apparent that the modifications that McDonnell Douglas, manufacturer of the plane, thought had been made on the door were in fact not made. MARKS LIMIT The Arctic Circle marks the southern limit of the area where the sun does not set for one or more days during the summer and does not rise for one or more days during the winter. SPRING CLEANING! ca.. AIR VAC 328-0286 Here's what we do: Entire duct system is sanitized, leaving a Fan and motor are removed, cleaned and oiled Chimneys are inspected and cleaned, and heat exchanger are cleaned and checked, burners are cleaned and adjusted A PROPER CLEANING DOESNT COST, IT PAYS! CALL AIR VAC A DIVISION OF NEUKO Sheet Metal Ltd. Complete Furnace Service Work and Repair 2nd South Phone 328-0286 All-terrain vehicle ban weighed TORONTO (CP) An On- tario legislature committee has proposed that dune buggies, mini-bikes, hovercraft and other all- terrain vehicles be banned from highways, and wilderness, wildlife or scenic recreational areas. The select committee, in a final report tabled in the legislature Monday, said the restrictions are necessary to protect the public, the users of the machines, private property