Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on January 29, 1969 · Page 12
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1- n THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS WEDNESDAY JANUARY 2f), 1969 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS 5—B NET RESULT — Cotton dress in this crisscross pattern is a new tennis fashion from Slazenger of London. It's just the thing to be seen through on the courts. Hijacker Solution Sought WIS CANADA Sault Ste. Marie Dayton ^ i - Cincinnati OHIO INTERSTATE 75, complete except for a few short sections, traverses the United Stares from the Canadian border to Florida, offering a fast route for vacationers. It is an example of what the nation's border-to-border highways will be like when the interstate system, now two-*''"'"'" " _,i shed, is done. The emblem' of the Socialist party consists of hands clasped against the bacicground of a hemisphere. By VEBN HATJGLAND AP Aviation Writer WASHINGTON (AP) — The American citizen, aroused by the increasing number of airline hijackings, has come up with several cures—some serious, some frivolous and most pretty unusual. One of the strangest suggestions called for installing a trapdoor in the cockpit. Once a would-be hijacker entered, the pilot could open the trap and send the hapless air pirate plummeting to his death. Some other ideas: Build a double-door cockpit entrance, trap the hijacker between them and fill the space with gas. Or shoot would-be hijackers with a tranquilizer gun —that's the way TV thugs are handled. Day after day, proposed cures for the problem flood the Federal Aviation Administration, which says - it is in danger of being swamped by the mail. Suggestions from aerospace engineers, scientists and others are sent to the FAA's engineering division for careful analysis. Manufacturers of devices that might control the problem are invited in to give demonstra tions, and their products receive close study.' "Mayors, bank presidents civic club members, teachers, whole classrooms of- students write in," says Al Butler, assistant chief of the air carrier research branch of the FAA's Flight Standards Service. "We read them all, and acknowledge every one. Some we can answer only.with a card." Others get letters pointing out that hijacking is a crime punishable by death. But the FAA thinks violence of any sort should be avoided because of the danger of a catastrophe that might endanger all the passengers on a plane. Letters stream in from prison guards, jail inmates and relatives of prisoners, often suggesting metal-detection devices such as prisons use. The trouble is, the FAA responds, that there's no way so far to tell a pistol from a cigarette lighter or belt buckle. Nor would metal detectors give a warning of a plastic explosive or a bottle of nitroglycerin, the FAA points out. 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