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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 20-THE LETHBRIOQE HERALD May 1974 Oxygen device withdrawn OTTAWA Small portable oxygen inhalers made by the British Oxygen Co. have been withdrawn from the market because they apparently provide oxygen for too short a the health protection branch said Tuesday. The marketed in Canada under the brand name holds 3.8 litres of the branch said in a news release. With a delivery rate of six litres a provides just over 30 seconds of which was considered by the branch as inadequate. Trouble expected at Olympics OTTAWA Keeping terrorists and hijackers away from Montreal's international airport during the 1976 Olym- pics may be almost impossible without the diligent support of other a federal aviation safety expert said Tuesday. Aviation officials expect terrorist trouble during the and turning the airport into an armed fortress might not be effective prevention if terrorists can fly in on international H. R. Finley said in an interview at a meeting of the Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute. Transport officials hope se- curity screening of passengers destined for Montreal on international flights will be in- said Mr. chief of aviation safety for the transport department. At the 1972 Olympics in 11 persons died as a result of an Arab terrorist attack on Israeli athletes. Mr. Finley said terrorists were attracted to international events would at to publicize their cause. He told a safety seminar at- tended by representatives of aviation agencies and major airlines that keeping terrorists and hijackers away from Montreal during the Olympics has been made a main priority by federal aviation safety experts. Another speaker said Cana- dian Forces safety standards are being jeopardized by major airlines raiding the forces for mechanics and other skilled personnel. EATO Women crack police force Nancy one of the first 10 women to become Ontario Provincial tries out a cruiser in Toronto. The postings end a 65-year-old period of totally male membership for the CPP. always wanted to be a says Nancy. Indians claim city site EDMONTON The Enoch Indian Band has served formal notice on the City of Edmonton to vacate a new water treatment plant saying the land was never surrendered by the band. The Indian's claim for 2.57 acres of land is based on terms of an Indian land surrender to the Crown in 1908 which surrenders lands surveyed for roads but if the land is used for other purposes it must revert to Indian control. Enoch lawyer Milt Harra- dence of whose firm served the notice said the claim is part of a broader effort to invalidate 1902 and 1908 Indian land surrenders. At stake will be 24 sections of prime agricultural several oil and mineral rights. Mayor Ivor Dent said legal representatives of the city and the Enoch band are attempting to find a way to continue construction of the water plant while not prejudicing any Indian claims. 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Canada LH-8 An Edmonton Exhibition Presentation These three fashion separates take you into Summer looking great at easy prices The shirt easy short sleeve style to match with slacks or skirt. Features side vents and two poc- ket trim. Easy-care polyester in soft shades of blue or pink. Sizes 10 to 18. be... 14.99 The values In this pull-on pant that requires so little care. Just machine wash and dry this polyester knit. Stitched-down crease for that just pressed look. Soft blue. Sizes 10 to 18. 9.99 Short sleeve Summer separate with two deep pockets and self-tie waist belt. Fashioned in Tre- polyester knit that's machine wash- able. Choose from soft Summer shades of pink. Sizes 10 to 18. Baton Twirlers to Perform at Eaton's Thursday Evening 14.99 C.T. Mam Floor A group of talented baton twlrlers from the Lethbridge Baton will perform on the Main Floor of near the west on Thursday evening 1rom to p.m. The youngsters will be performing in the 16th annual baton contest to be held in Lethbridge on Friday and Saturday. Be sure to see the youngsters as they go through their routines at Eaton's on Thursday evening. Shop Eaton's Thursday and Friday to 9 for May Sals valuss. Buy Llns 328-8811. Your Eaton Account Crsdlt Tsrms Available. ;