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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta IA HIE lEIIIBRIBGt HCRAID Wcdiieiday, Novsmbei 1771 Pi Jots ask govt. lo bear brunt cost for airport security 1 eminent Tuesday "to hear the i i brunt" of the cost needed to im-[ prove security at Canadian a A'r V I ,h iri b.a Tjt i f 4 aeni I 5 k il 1 r i a V evercl ban1 i 77 Boa I I Easy-to-Care- For Pets Black Angles Juinbo Neons gnc Eaters nsnl Vniinkr. HO DOWN PAYMENT Hl NO PAYMENTS JAN. j the organization has been ngi security j tating for an improvement in security. But Friday's hijacking of an Air Canada flight from Calgary only dramatized the "lack of progress" in this area. "Seciirily at our airports Ls a major he told a news conference. "S o m e detectors are in eltect and various otJier policies are in force but security simply is inadequate." He said that as it stands now Hie airlines themselves operate security devices, but he knew of no federal program in this field. is happening is that in- I d i v i d u a I airlines are being asked to foot the bill, but the Canadian government should bear the brunt of the cost. It should be under federal author- ity." SE.UIC1I PASSENGERS He said Ihe most effective de- lerrent to potential hijackings is j personal search, citing the ex- ample of Frankfurt airport in West Germany where passen- gers and airlines personnel are scrutinized closely before board- ing aircraft. "But in Canada we don't have people competent to do lie said. Mr. Lank said Ihe organiza- tion is opposed to sky marshals aboard aircraft or having guns aboard an aircraft. "The idea is to stop hijackers on the he said. The 1.000-pilot organization has sent (digrams to Justice Minister John Turner, Trans- port Minister Don Jamieson and e r n a 1 Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp. TALK WITH All! also has held alts with Air Canada to im- prove security since the aborted iiijacfc attempt Friday and were j to have another talk but "the meetings have been frustral-' ing." John Keotwn. legal counsel for CALPA. said existing legis- latwn to prosecute those who j interfere with flights is not i enough. What is needed in spe- cific anti-hijacking legislation. He proposed that the slaying an airplane captain of made a capital crime, just as it is for the murder of a police- man." Mr. Keenan recalled (bat there is existing Canadian law- making piracy on the high seas punishable by death. "We have been led to believe thai the federal government is preparing legislation to cover aviation, but we just don't know when Teachers get pay 'raise EDMOVTOX iCTi _ An ar- birration award granting pay increases for 850 teachers in- yolved in a tu-o week strike ID October was announced here. The a w a r d, prepared bv chartered accountant Elvin A Christenson of Edmonton, is for i pay increases of 12 to 14 per cent over 28 months to teach- ers in the North Central West School Association, j The teachers went on strike j I Hie Friday preceding the! I Thanksgiving Day holiday week- 1 end, then remained oiit until j Oct. 25. Then both sides agreed to turn the matter over to ar- bitrnlion, which is final and j binding. An Alberta Teachers' Associ- ation official said the agree- i nient probably will be signed in two or three days. The eight school" boards in- rolvcd were the counties of Ban-head. Lac Ste. Anno and Parkland, the WestJock school division, and local school dis- tricts in Grande Cache, Dray- Ion Valley f Roman .lasprr and Thibault school at Morinville. j Under I lie award salaries I would range from to Sl-l Count. Sum in FAGI I I Mnn'J'JV III thursdoy ond Fntlciy n m. In p m., Vitm-lnv t n m. In 6 p m. emocrat ormally .seeking niniiinalion. r n a lor MrfJovern of South in idc lir, .iiinoiini-iMiv-nl. :ruTal monili-. .Senator Musk'c of Maine is (Tied In annonncr early next FKW VttF.K7.KnS Only piM- of homos in flic I'nilcd Kingdom have ers compared wilh ,10 per cent in tlnilcd Slates. full 4 ply nylon with wide sharp edged deep biting tread guaranteed 25 months against tread wear out 700-13 Biackwall Installed Biackwall prices shown add 2.00 for whitewalls STEEL SAFETY STUDS AVAILABLE strong full 4 ply nylon construction i guaranteed 22 months against tread wear out SIZE PRICE 15.94 15.94 775-14 17.94 19.94 17.94 19.94 Blackwall prices Add 2.00 for whitewalls s' I 1 FOR APPOINTMnsiT PHONE 328-6014 Opon Monday, Tur'flny r-v! o ft Itariday and Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. ;