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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta STAYS WITH FOSTER PARENTS-Victor rides the back of hi> fatter father James E. Adams, a Negro, after a juvenile judge ordered that the Mexican-American year-old remain with the faster parents. The Adams want to adapt the boy, but the Harris County Child Welfare Unit in Houston, Tex., rejected the adoption try. The court order Is to be effective pending the filing of a motion of adoption by the Adams and hearings to show cause why the family can't adopt the child. (AP Wirephoto) Board considers shorter week bids EDMONTON (CP) Alber- ta's Industrial Relations Board has been authorized to consider and approve applications for a shorter work week hnsed on longer working days, Labor Minister Bert Hohol said yes- terdty. Dr. Hohol said in a prepared statement that the board has a number of applications on file and inquiries have been arriv- ing at the rate of about 10 a week. He also said the board will in- sist that employers and em- ployees take steps lo ensure longer work days do not cause health or safety hazards. Ontario, Manitoba and Sas- katchewan have similar regula- tions, he said. Thursday, Novomber 1972 THE [ETHBRIDOE HKAID Find evidence China warheads pointed at Moscow By WILLIAM BEECIlErt New York News Service WASHINGTON Administra- tion officials said here that there was now evidence that China had deployed a handful of strategic missiles capable of reaching Moscow. Tta missiles, (lie officials said, have a range of about miles, carry a three- megaton warhead and arc In- stalled in launching sites com- parable in their "hardness" against attack to America's nine-year-old Titan-2 intercon- tinental ballistic missile silos. The officials reported that China achieves hardness in her launch sites in two ways: some missiles are installed In under- ground concfete-and-steel silos capable of withstanding even a near miss, and others arc built into mountain skies. The officials declined to re- veal the nature of their evi- dence, but presumably it came from reconnaissance satellites. In addition to Ihcsc liquid-fuel missiles, the officials ssid, Chin.': '.is deployed a lolal of about 20 other missiles of two types: one with a range 1.000 miles, the other with a range up to miles. Further, new launching faci- lities are under construction for all three types of medium-range ana intermediate range mis- siles, they said. Most analysts regard those developments as being of major importance in shaping the rela- tions between the Soviet Union and China. They note that China now can target the capi- tal of the Soviet Union with a few missiics, but they disagree over whether IWs enough of a retaliatory threat to deter the Russians from a possible firet strike. Those who tend lo douM It they appear lo be in the minority point out that he Soviet Union has recently com- pleted construction of five new storage depots for tactical nu- clear weapons along its border with China. That brings to 19 the number of such hardened depots for tactical bombs and warheads for tactical missiles that the Soviet Union has built along the long, contested border with China over the last five yean. Special Old. GentfeRyeWhisky ftrcstone STORES HEADQUARTERS Corner 3rd Ave. and 8th St. 5. Phone 327-8548 13 cu. ft. FROST FREE REFRIGERATOR 4- Ths freezer can store 100 pounds of food in 'I no-frost convenience. Features lift-out egg trays, cheese keeper, plus a roomy meat and vegetable drawer. Tho arijustablo shelves can be movod up or down lo suit storage needs. Also available in Harvest Gold and Avocado Green slight extra charge. Dimensions 62" H x 30Vi" Wx D. Front-Load DISHWASHER 30" ELECTRIC RANGE Only 30 inches wide yet it features a 25 inch oven that can handle a meal lor two dozen guests. There's a built-in rotisserie, automatic ovon timer, clock and minute minder, infinite heat switches, porcelain broil pan and rack, plus four hi-speed calrod elements that stay-up for easy cleaning. This range also fea- tures 2 appliance outlets: 1 limed, Also available in Harvest Gold and Avocado extra charge. Wx D x47" H. 239 95 Three power wash cycles for i all kinds of dishes, crystal, pots aijd pans. Soft-food disposer. Fully extendable racks. Automatic rinse dispenser. Slightly more for Harvest Gold or Avocado Green finish. 26" COLOR TV Automatic Fine Tuning Control (AFC) Preset Fine Tuning Insia-View with Switch Solid SiateUHF Tuner t 3 color picture tube warranty (1 yonr picture lube end labour; additional years on picture tube) 19" COLOR TV C2G04 95 (Includes 1 year home sorvlct.) SPECIAL PURCHASE BARGAINS NO PAYMENTS TILL FEBRUARY No interest or carrying charges if paid in full in 90 days. Automatic Fine Tuning Control (AFC) Solid Slais UHF Tuner Insta-Visw with Switch Automatic Heshlone Stabilizer 3 year color picture tube warranty (1 year picture tubs and labour; 2 additional years on picture lube) 95 429 (Inclurfas 1 ynar home sorvtce) COUNSELOR BATHROOM SCALE Hnndsomo styling wilh wafer-thin floor hugging design. Avnilnblo in gold, groon or pink. 3 WINDSHIELD WASHER ANTI-FREEZE ONE GALLON only CAR TRUNK SNOW SHOVEL Flcxibln b'odo will not scratch, chip, rust nr crack, Gunrnnlccd for nno yrfir, I" ;