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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, March 22, 1973 Computer on missile outer aboard an interncomineii- tal missile also could markedly advance the time when the So- viet Union might develop ac- curate Multiple Independently Targelab'.e W a r h e a <1 s, or MIUV's for ils intercontinen- tal missiles. Administration officials said Ihis technological progress could have some impact both on the current negotiations to seek a treaty limiting or re- ducing the number of offensive ..V.U.. .v nuclear weapons in the United ack American Minuleman mis- j Stales and tlio Soviet Union, and on the administration s in- terest in improving tht capab- ility of ils existing MIRV war- heads. Tiie Russians have reportedly made four tests of the SS-17, an improved version ol the SS- first last September, the most recent earlier this mouth. Officials here said the missiles were fired from the j test complex at Tyura Tarn near the Aral Sea. about miles eastward into the Karrv By WILLIAM HEECHER New York Times Service WASHINGTON Admini- stration military analysts re- that (lie Soviet Union lias conducted is firtt successful test of a computer aboard a new intercontinental ballistic missile. This development, ttio ana- lysts said, is considered highly significant in that it should im- prove the accuracy of the SS-ll type of missile to the point where it could be used to at- t sile silos and not only cities and airfields. Such missiles con- stitute the bulk of the Soviet ICBM force. WARHEADS NEXT The administration analysts said the placement of a com- QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC IDDY DIETRICH ctialka Peninsula, in Soviet Asia. These, however, were only partial range tests, as it is estimated that the SS-17, at full range, will be able lo (ravel more than miles. OllDKHS CORRECTIONS Analysis of telemetry read- ings convinced the United States that a computer was aboard on each of the four, or- dering corrections in I he mis- sile's flight because of li i g h winds and other unanticipated factors affecting the missile's trajectory. Soviet ICBM's now ready for operation employ a ground- based computer that at tempi s to forecast before launching such variables as shifting wind, engine velocity and engine burnout time. Principally because of this limitation, the SS-ll is believ- ed lo land consistently only within about one mile of target, and the larger SS-9, about one- half mile of target. Betty wom- Third Tory seeks seat at Calgary CALGARY (CP) Garbutt, co-ordinator of en's programs for the adult ed- ucation division of the Calgary Public School Board, lias an- nounced she will seek the Pro- gressive Conservative nomina- tion in Calgary Foothills. Mrs. Garbutt lias been active .1 federal provincial Conserve live organizations and is c member of the University o! Calgary senate and the city planning advisory committee. She is lire third Conservative to announce their candidacy for the provincial scat left va cant bv the death of Eovmei telephones minister Len Werry She will compete with Davi< Grier, a Calgary lawyer, ant Calgary alderman Tom Prid die. Provincial Liberal Icade Bob Russell also has announcct he will seek the seat. SIMPSONS hears Continuous-clean oven cleans itself as you cook. Low price feeps your budget in pretty good shape too. Last 10 days HERE'S NEW WRINKLE IN LICENCE PLATES SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) "HOWRU" asks one Cali- fornia licence plate. The replies if that's what tliey olher licence plates vary from "DANDY" to "ROTTEN" and "I "I "I'M OK" and "I'M OK2." For a fee, plus a year thereafter, any motorist can flash any name, message, slogan, wisecrack or com- binition of initials he wants, so long as it is not offensive and does not surpass six let- ters or numerals. More than motorists have bought the plates since the program began in October 1970, netting more than S3 million for an environment fund. Los Angeles insurance exec- utive Jan F. Krajewski, whose company insures the Empire State building, owns a "NO LOSS" limousine. Bandleader Lawrence Welk drives his car down the road with "At AN A2." In Ontario, made-to-order plates were made available lo motorists this year for the first time. Thousands have paid an additional to have their new ones made with the letter and number com- binations of their choice. WANT THEIR INITIALS The Ontario plates are made up of three leltcrs, followed by three numbers. Authorities said most people were asking for their own initials. The plates are good for five years. When the Ontario plan was first announced 324 objeclio- nable three-letter words 1 banned. Put an end to messy scraping and scouring. Our continuous-clean Kenmore oven not only does the dirty work for you, but stays presentably clean, without you lifting a finger! Custom features Include: Clock-controlled, self-basling rolisserie for year round barbecuing Automatic oven Hi-style glass oven window Controlled variable broil lets you ad.iui the heat, not the meat Automatic fast oven pre-heat Plug-out elements, Two and two 6" one of which is True simmer1 'New use ior landmark These days barns are converted into houses, man- sions ore remodeled into apartment buildings and this old outhouse has been made over into o shelter ot a school bufl stop in Spring City, Pa. Body found iii snowdrift STONY PLAIN (CP) Tile jody of a ca-year-old Edition- on man missing since Jlareh 0 was found yesterday in a nowdriit 20 miles west of this Alberia community, HCMP said today. Police said Nick George Cer- uansky apparently died of a heart attack after his car be- came mired in mud and snow on an abandoned road. His body was found by a highways department employee. Stony Plain is 20 miles west of Edmonton. ATTENTION! Conscientious, reliable person needed to operate a farm. Must be knowledgeable and experienced m (he operation and maintenance of farm equipment. Good talary to properly qualified person. Re- ply, stating experience and other par- ticulars, to Box 104, Lethbridge Herald All replies held in strictest confidence. Timed appliance outlet. Minute minder Floodlit backguard control panel with pilot lights to indicate'on'elements Multi-position, non-tilt oven racks Removable drip bowls, oven door and storage drawer for easy clean-ups Non-drip, recessed porcelain top Handsome Woodgrain handle Coppertone, Avocado or Harvest Gold PRODUCT OF NISSAN TRY ANY ONE OF THESE DATSUNS FOR SIZE AND PRICE A LARGE SELECTION OF ALL MODELS NOW IN STOCK Economical Sporty Datsun 1200 Dcifsun 16002 Door Some [eft with automatic transmission: at extra savings. Major Appliances STORE HOURS Open doily Irom n.m. to p.m., Triurs. ani) Frl. a.m. lo p.m. ConKa Village Mall, Telephone 328-7731 No, 1 Sport Truck in Ccinodc! Roomy Family Dafsun Station Wcigon Sporty Dntsun 2 Door Hardtop Ultimate in Sports Cars Datsun 240-Z LARGEST DATSUN DEALER IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA AND EASTERN BRITISH COLUMBIA 1102-3rd AYE. S. PHONE 328-9651 PRODUCT OF NISSAN ;