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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta April IWfH I nt ntHALD 37 Police fan out for suspects SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Despite protests from some leaders of the black community, teams of policemen fanned out again Rapeseed expansion sought EDMONTON (CP) Alberta farmers must be encouraged to plant more lapeseed to maintain valuable export markets and to keep up with the expanding capacity of prairie crushing plants, Walter Van De Walle, president of the Alberta Rapeseed Growers' Association, said Friday. Mr. Van De Walle, in a brief presented to Agriculture Minister Hugh Horner, called for continued government assistance to develop the rapeseed industry Increased production was required to keep crushing plants operating effectively, but this season's crop planting indicates a 20-per-cent decrease in rapeseed acreage. The bnei asked for government assistance in developing a longterm research program to breed new and improved strains of rapeseed and to investigate other methods of improving the industry across the city Friday in search ot suspects in the "Ze- bra" killings of 12 white per- sons. By Friday, more than 100 young blacks had been ques- tioned and given one of the 600 white "Zebra" calling cards designed to prevent their being interrogated again, police said But despite the massive manhunt and the police tactics of stopping persons who fit a composite drawing of a thin young black man with a progress in the five-month-old investigation was reported Police believe at least two men are involved in the appar- ently random killings that have terrorized the city since November Police code- named the case "Zebra" after the radio channel used in communications In addition to 12 dead, six persons have been wounded, all of them white In nearly every case the victim was minding his own business when a black assailant opened fire United States District Judge Alfonso Zirpoli refused late Friday to issue a temporary restraining order halting the police searches He set a hearing for Wednesday on a class-action suit bi ought by five black civic leaders who filed the suit on the grounds the searches violate blacks" civil rights Zerpoli said the city will have to show cause why it should not be enjoined from continuing the manhunt Can IDE help you? Mr. P. F. Maier one of our representatives will be at Foremost Hotel Foremost, Alberta Tuesday, April 22nd Phone 867-3676 Many businesses including: Agriculture Manufacturing Tourism Construction Professional Services Transportation Wholesale and Retail Trades, obtained loans from IDB to acquire land, buildings, and machinery; to increase working capital; to start a new business; and for other purposes.' If you need financing for a Business proposal and are unable to obtain it elsewhere on reasonable terms and conditions, perhaps IDB can help you. Idb 740 4th Avenue South Lethbridge, Alberta Datellno Alberta Farm service planned RED DEER (CP) Unifarm, Alberta's largest farm organization, is co- operating with the Alberta agriculture department in planning to monitor the cost of agriculture input in the province Prices oi bailer twine, fertilizer, machinery parts and other farm products will be monitored once a month, Unifarm president Dobson Lea said Friday. Prices will be fed into a computer to note changes in price or shortages of product. The results would allow the government and Unifarm to seek substitutes or better supply sources and warn farmers when undue profits are taken at the wholesale or retail level Pilots seek changes EDMONTON (CP) The Canadian Air Line Pilots Association has called for improved air navigation and weather forecasting systems in the Arctic. Capt. J. B. Wright, president of the association which represents Canadian pilots, said air navigational facilities have improved In the north but the association would like to see 'things speeded up A seminar of 30 pilots called for a reliable instrument landing system to assist pilots to land at northern airports in marginal weather conditions, and improved communications with control systems Coal miners strike HINTON (CP) -A walkout bv 220 members of the United Mine Workers halted operations at the Cardinal River t Coal Company Ltd mine a'bout 30 miles south of this community 150 miles west of Edmonton The men have worked without a contract since the start of 1974 and negotiations have been in progress since last October Mine general manager Walter Bish says the walkout is illegal and the company will 'not bargain until work resumes Propane death probed HIGH PRAIRIE (CP) Propane gas trucks should be empty before any service work is done on them, a coroner's inquest said here. The inquest was called to investigate the death of Leslie Allan Klutz, 24, of High Prairie, who was killed Feb 2 alter an explosion in a shop where a propane tanker truck was being serviced The jury recommended that all safety valves and gas pressure guides be regularly inspected in outlets servicing propane trucks. It was told that escaping gas from the truck's tank was ignited by overhead gas heaters in the shop CASH FOR YOUR CAR Dunlop Ford will pay you cash for your car if it is one of the select units we require immediately CONTACT THE USED CAR BUYER NOW AT COR. 16th AVE. AND M.M. DRIVE SOUTH MORE from the COLLEGE MOTOR GRADER OPERATOR COURSE Learn to operate a Grader. April 22 to May 31 a demand for qualified operators of heavy duty equip- ment in Industry and con- struction. learn the skill of operating a motor grader-grade straight lines build and lose windrow- put the crown in the middle of the road build ditches and Monday thru Friday a.m. to p.m. Enrolment is Limited Financial availabla lo qualifying iludtnta CONTACT. THE SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION Lilhbridgt Community Collage Phone 327-2141 228 "Have a Nice Day PRICES EFFECTIVE MONDAY and TUESDAY APRIL 22nd ind 23rd WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES I LIKE THEIR Carry-Out Services. CENTRE VILLAGE IGA 13lh STREET NORTH. LETHBRIDGE MARTEN'S IGA COALDALE Cucumbers Oranges Medicine Hat Hot House Arizona Valencia Size 138 VN I V Pork Sausage 79 Pork Chops MM FRESH FROM OUR IN-STORE BAKERY CENTRE VILLAGE IGA PHONE 327-0353 Dinner Mac. Dinners star5rl ishmere Wm m.m roll pack 2 1 Bathroom Tissue Canned Pop ss Flour Popcorn 49 PLUS DEPOSIT 99 Top Value, 20 Ib. bag net wt. Bango. 2 Ib. poly bag Potato Chips arjr 59 o Beans with Pork Assorted Peas 4s95c Fleecy Fabric Softener, OZ.JUQ 1 69 ;