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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE IETHBRIDOE HERAID Tucidoy, June 17, 1971---------------------------------- Star fighter jet crashes in West Germany climb By CEOKtiK VINE BONN (Reuter) The lele- ype ticker in the West Ger- man defence ministry at Bonn apped out the lerse, stereo- yped message that, through repetition, has almost lost the capacity to shock. Another Starfigliter had fallen out of the skies. The crash last week was the 154th write-off since the jet plane came into service with the Luftwaffe more than 11 years write-offs over 11 years is, statistically speaking, not so very much worse than for other types." Lt.-Gen. G u e n I h e r Rail, cliief of the Luftwaffe and himself a Starfighter pilot, said no common cause had been found for the crashes and the frequency is a coinci- dence. SOMETHING UNKNOWN But when all discount has been made for human error, lack of experience and Ihe German air force, there is still an x-factor which has so far defied analysis. The germans took Ihe origi- nal Star-fighter, which had been designed as a high-speed "fair weather" lighter, and turned it into "a maid of all only an intercep- tor but an all weather long- range nuclear bomb carrier as well as reconnaissance plane. In the process it became a much heavier, more sophisti- cated and more delicate air- craft. Several ether European air forces, as well as Canada, fly Slarfightcrs but have not suf- fered (he same accident and casually rate as the Germans. Bui these countries operate simpler versions than tht German model. vmrm Tlie pilot was killed. He was r -'i _ 72nd llycr to die in a Ger- i Slarlighter crash. stub-wing de- W bv Lockheed Aircraft s rm of the United States hut m W and built in West f im 1 -s have plummeted to Xi Jfr s with alarming regular- over the years. i Luftwaffe pilots about "the yet stoically Vsm lo fly and -If it. i pardons no said i V Gen. Johannes I A I one of tlie -W jet pilots who now of the NATO HITCHING UP Ellen Benjaminson of Winnipeg shows why hilching rings, ones in widespread use for telhering horses, ore making a comeback. Winnipeg officials committee in Brussels. DIAGNOSED TROUBLE The 55-year-old fighter ace of the Second World War as many as bikes will be slolen this summer in man credited with city and Ellen is determined to hang on lo acute Starfighter crisis when the Luftwaffe lost 47 maclimes in rapid New test detects and the whole fleet had to he diagnosed CARMEL, Calif. (AP) A newly-developed five minute lest using a highly lead to strokes and possibly prevent many of them, two researchers said then as inadequate maintenance and insufficient flying experience by the stethoscope type instrument can alert doctors to Herbert I. Machleder and Wiley F. Barker of Ihe University of California in Los Angeles inade results of The aircraft has acquired probably the most controversial reputation of any U.S. air force iiuveils new j'igliter plane WASHINGTON (Reuter) The U.S. Air Force unveiled Monday its new F-15 public at the International Cardiovascular Society meeting here. The new method, called Ihe Dnppler Opthalmic Test, involves placing the sensitive electronic device on the patient's forehead above the eye, (he doctors Yet opinions are sharply divided as to whether it deserves it. "When a Starfighter crashes it makes said a senior officer. "If it's another plane nobody pays any attention. Yet in fact the total number of plane, designed to heat any other aircraft in aerial combat. The new fighter was rolled out at the McDonnell Douglas plant in St. Louis, Mo. it was named Eagle. Grant L. Hansen, assistant secretary of the air force, said at the rollout that the fixed-wing fighter would out-climb, out-manoeuvre and out-accelerate any fighter threat in existance or on the horizon. The F-15 is armed with medium and short-range missiles and an internally-mounted galling gun. It is equipped with long-range all-weather attack instrument picks up and amplifies the sound waves of blood flowing through a surface artery. The doctors say that he-cause the opthalmic artery is a branch of the internal carotid artery which serves the hrain, the sound is a reflection of the condition of the internal carotid. This is a common site of vascular disease leading to stroke. Most strokes occur when the internal carotid becomes clogged, the doctors said. If the clogging s discovered hefore a stroke occurs, they said, treat inent to prevent the stroke can he persons clrowied in floods NEW DELHI (Renter) More than 500 persons have drowned in floods in just ona district of the northeast Indiai state of Assam during the las few days, the Press Trust o India news agency reported today. Thp BrahmaDutra River 59 main tributaries have "gone berserk" after being swollen by the agency said, DISPOSE OF THE CHATTEL ASSETS OF DON ROY HOMES (IN the whole 500-mile length of the Brahmaputra in India las passed the flood OTHER CONSIGNMENTS Ave. South Lethbridge, news agency said 4 blocks north and S blocks east of Woolco Shopping the more than 500 persons dead in Nowgong least another are It is thought many of these might have straggled into a.m. hills at the sides of the Brahmaputra Valley. In Nowgong, been accommodated in EQUIPMENT BUILDING Sabre 8" Delta table saw culling table; table saw 6" Beaver jointer; De saw; Motor and stand and blades; Electric cement vibrator; Bench grinder; T e cufrer; 8" Delia (able 8" Beaver table sow; Dewoll 1 H.P. radial arm U1i traitor; 3 Ige. propane tanks and regulators; 1 healers; Door end window units; Post hole digger; Gas powered concrete If owe Tar end asphalt Tory SCELL AN EO (CP) lamps; staplers; Bern zoma tic burners; saw blade Church Observer carbide nails, hond 1ooli; Bo United Church mem jers screws; louvres; cabfner hardware; step ladder; vote for Ihe of nails; building jacks; form lies; extension than any barrow; truck wrought iron porch rails; rumpus room seals; barb wire; brick carls; ventilating fan; sprinkler heads; garbage lawn mower; cast iron healer; door track and hangers; switch bnxes; eaves trough; a in the next federal elec- tion, but more ministers will i .support the The Observer, in a story AND BUILDING SUPPLIES Plywood cuttings; medicine thesis; weather strip; Ar-borite; K 3 board; wood moulding; ceramic Steefco w re; Solar pane window; unit 3 lights cpprox, 13'x54'; 1 41 July issue, says its finding are based on a questionnair mailed in May to random ly-chosen lay subscribers i window unil ventilating sash; combination door unit wilh knotty pine panel; mason if e siding; laminated decks; concrete forms and plywood; 30 sheets Black ministers. The results showed that 41 pe cent of lay subscribers intend 0 assorted doors; 20 carfons ceiling liie; )50 sheets for the Conservatives. 1 5 bdls. asphalr shinglss; will get 23 per cent heodefs (Mahogany votes, the New 11) per cent and one per cent. Aljout and chairs; fifle cabinels; cent were Oak desk and chairs; drofling arm; bfue print poll showed that 36 fs; counter; storage of the ministers will the Liberals. The quamily of assorted lumber made up in Conservatives will get large lots oil and 2" plank fence cent arid the NDP the rest were survey found that lay 24' CAR in deciding how lo ndows and mos; weight to the NOTE: will be told to party leaders, Ministers, as all stock must be sold Goods must be other hand, put the 1 cJays of the Be on time as this tain on the issues at a.m. CONDUCTED BY DOUBLE "W AUCTION SERVICES 119, M1DNAPORE, ALTA. PHONE 271-2141 Auclioncer: BOB MclEAN, lie. 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