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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta When you run your ad in tho newspapor will 1 1. Read it 2. Think about it 3. Understand it 4. Read it again 5. Show it to someone else 6. Cut it out 7. Clip your coupon 8. See pictures of your product 9. Be attracted by compelling color 10. And buy from it Now let's see your electronic commercial beat thatl The Lethbridge Herald the Death Angels must kill for recognition SAN FRANCISCO To win recognition and get they must kill. They dress neatly and purport to live according a puritanical code of moral But they their young in what they call teaching them the of killing or Mayor Joseph Alioto de- scribed the group Wednesday and said it calls itself Death Angels. He said it is a country- wide organization to the murder and mutilation of whites and dissident Alioto says the group is re- sponsible for the so-called Ze- bra slayings of 12 whites and the wounding of six others here since last November. All were shot down by young blacks in apparent unprovoked street attacks. Alioto says the group may be responsible for about 80 throughout California since 1970. pattern of killing is by random street shooting or hacking to death with cleaver or Alioto said. Law enforcement including the San Francisco police and state Attorney- General Evelle said they are unaware of a statewide pattern of murder. SEVEN MEN ARRESTED The mayor spoke after more than 100 heavily-armed police- men in bullet-proof vests ar- rested seven black men early Wednesday. police have pierced the veil of a vicious ring of murderers called Death said Alioto. have the principals involved in the Zebra Among those arrested was Tom a former outstanding football halfback at San Francisco State University from 1960 to 1SC3. Those arrested along with Manney were identified as J. C. Larry Dwight Manual Edgar and Clarence 27. Ail were booked for investigation of conspiracy to commit said Chief of Inspectors Charles Barca. John minister of the Nation of Islam's Temple No. said six of the men were Muslims. Alioto said the Death Angels were kind of reverse Ku Klux on aberrations clearly outside the mainstream of Islamic reli- Holiday 10 to lower The jumbo squeeze tea or box lunch Faulty hydroplane craft blamed in death STONY Alta. A coroner's jury here ruled Wednesday that the turning capability of a Russian-built hydroplane-type craft in which a nine-year-old Edmonton boy drowned Jan. 27 not The six-member after more than two hours of also ruled that any new operator of such a vehicle should be instructed by a qualified instructor on a craft with dual controls. The body of Mark Leon Giles Jubinville was pulled from the called an aero sleigh by its Russian about three hours after it overturned on Lake about 60 miles west of Edmonton. He was a passenger in the craft that was driven by his Ralph Jubinville. Also in the aero sleigh at the time of the accident were an Edmonton RCMP sergeant and his son. On the day of the representatives of Crosstown Motor City took a group of Edmonton residents to the lake for a demonstration of 1 the aero sleigh. Mr. Jubin- ville told one of the company representatives he had driven and manufactured a similar machine in New and he was then allowed to operate the aero sleigh with minimum the inquest was told. Sgt. Alan who with his 11-year-old son accompanied Mr. Jubinville in the said that at one point during the trip on the lake's ice cover they suddenly realized the craft was heading for open water. When Mr. Jubinville tried to make a turn the machine to buffet and shudder like an the sergeant said. next thing I knew I was swimming for my After surfacing in an air Sgt. Simpson told both boys they would have to dive through the aero sleigh's doors at the bottom of the overturned machine. Mark apparently failed to get surfacing again inside the belly of the craft in another air he said. Sgt. Simpson said he escaped by kicking open a door handle that he felt 'with his foot. Mr. who got out by breaking a front helped the sergeant onto the upturned bottom of the craft. Break-in City police are investigating three break-ins at Lethbridge businesses that occurred lale Wednesday night. Doors were forced at Alpine 1910 2nd Ave. Liberty 1402 2nd Ave. S. and C it J Equipment 1410 2nd Ave. S. About was taken from a cash box that was kept in an unlocked safe at Liberty Boilers. A cashbox containing about was taken from the Bill Bard of a freelance researcher specializing in testified the aero sleigh's combination of four-foot rudder and half-foot-long used for was a design. The jury recommended that machines such as the aero sleigh tested and inspected by federal authorities for design and By JASON MORRIS Christian Science Monitor TEL Israel Box lunches on an and third-class passengers. Those are two proposals by the director of El Al Israel Airlines on how to make the jurnbo jet pay off. Mordechai Ben-Ari also would allocate all the big plane's upper deck to first class thereby making the lower deck available for the and the This seating plan would increase the load from the current maximum on El Al jumbos airlines carry 330 to Mr. Ben-Ari to 475 and would thereby raise the passenger-per-mile factor. Mr. Ben-Ari has been campaigning within the International Air Transport Associate for permission to implement his reform and for other airlines to do likewise. He would like to start making the necessary changes in his jumbos' putting his ideas into effect in two annual stages ending in 1976. A key innovation would be to seat the ultra-low fare passengers 10-abreast. They would be compensated by having to pay 40 to 50 per cent less for their tickets than passengers. When the jumbo-jet flights are relatively food should be in Mr. Ben- Ari's with the box lunches available only to those who ask and pay for them. On the other he would provide free drinks to and passengers. this would reduce the number of flight Mr. Ben-Ari contended in an each plane would carry more passengers. also would prevent additional air-fare increases and might even make it possible to reduce As Mr. Ben-Ari is convinced that El Al's seating arrangements are much more efficient than those of rival airlines. It already has wasting the upper Mr. Ben-Ari went by making it entirely thus taking maximum advantage of the lower deck by doubling its capacity. El Al gets its 400 jurnbo passengers aboard by seating them in a nine-abreast configuration. Mr. Ben-Ari talks with the confidence of a man who runs an economically sound business that shows steady and healthy expansion. El Al's turnover was million last year despite October's war and it anticipates million in the 1974-75 fiscal year. Al has not lost money for 14 consecutive Mr. Ben Ari at the same confirming the fact that though it is government owned his airline is not state subsidized. operate as an independent economic he explained. Comparing his firm with other Mr. Ben-Ari said El Al is among the top three airlines on the north Atlantic run in terms of tons and passengers per mile. He said Israel's fleet of jumbos and Boeing 707's carries persons across the Atlantic annually. Asked to compare El Al with its Middle Eastern Mr. Ben-Ari said its international operations are greater than those of Lebanon's Middle- East Jordan's Syrian Arab and Egyptair combined. Railway stock fraud alleged WASHINGTON The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission today charged the Penn Central Railroad and a number of its key officers with engaging in a massive fraud to conceal railway losses and deceive its stockholders. In the SEC charged a former chief financial officer of the David and three other persons with di- verting million in corporate funds to bank accounts in the tiny European country of Lichtenstein. The SEC asked the court to order that the funds be re- turned. The alleged fraud occurred primarily in 1968 and 1969 be- fore the Penn Central Railroad filed for bankruptcy in 1970. IT'S A GREAT FEELING TO MAKE IT YOUR and a newspaper route is one of the best ways for a young man or young lady to start down the road to independence. A newspaper route offers many young people their first chance to enter the business world. It gives them an opportunity to earn their own buy the things they want or to save for the future. But while they're they're also learning. They learn the fundamentals of handling dealing with salesmanship and responsibility. It all adds up to an excellent begin- ning in the process of becoming an independent young man or woman. If you have a son or daughter you think is ready to take that first write the Circulation Manager of this newspaper for information. The Lethbridge Herald ;