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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Oclober 18, 1972 THt lETHBElDOE HCTAIP _ Soviets bolstering their naval power New York Times Service WASHINGTON American Military analysts say there is mounting evidence that tlic So- viet" Union is preparing lo de- ploy its first aircraft carrier. The Soviet navy, they reveal, hns begun aclive flight tests of a vertical takeoff jet fighter. Previous tests of such planes have been conducted cxclu- clusively by the Soviet air force. And a to vessel under construction at the Nikelaycv N'escnke shipyard in fte Black Sea appears destined they say, for a full flight deck about BOO feel long. Previous speculation on tliis new ship, Ihe largest in the Russian navy, was that it migh be either a petroleum super tanker or some sort of "air as I sociated" warship, possibly an lircralt carrier. But recent In- formation, analysts say, has all int ruled out the supertanker heory. 'I don't think there's much doubl any longer that what we're seeing is an aircraft car- rier, roughly the size of our old Essex class a senior Pentagon official said, adding: "I would expect it lo be com- pleted and in sea trials within a year and operational In about a year and a half." Officials generally express no alarm at this development, es timating that it will take the Russians 10 years or more to develop advanced carriers and high performance carrier air- c'raft that would approach Unit- ed States capability in this field. But they point to Ihese moves as the latest indications that the Soviet Union is em- barked on a long-range program to extend its power and influ- ence far from home. Until recent years Ihe Soviet navy had been essentially de- signed to defend its coaslal waters against attack. The navy, in Ihe micV1930's, even had to short-range fighters to defend its ships from Russian land bases. But as Norman I'olmar points out in a recent study, "Soviet Naval Power: Challenge for the 1970's" (National Strategj Information Center, So- viet leaders apparently became convinced of the inadequacy of their naval power after Ihe landing of American Marines in Lebanon in and the Unite; Slates naval quarantine during ".he 19C2 Cuban missile confron- .alion. Store workers down in the dumps EDMONTON (CF) About half a dozen employees of the Hudson's Bay Co. were down in the dumps Tuesday look- ing for a diamond ring. The ring was thought to have been lost .among gar- bage at the'store. All the garbage had been compressed. COURTESY CONTEST WINNERS Safeway announces two local winners of our fourth COURTESY CONTEST IN SOUTH- ERN ALBERTA. PAT TOBO and LUDWIG STEIN will eac'n receive a courtesy award pin and a prize. Every 3 months new winners will be chosen. We are proud to have such courteous employees as our company representatives. MN'S TRY A LITTLE w nen Autumn's harvest arrives, the treats are fascinating! Crunchy, juicy apples, luscious, plump grapes, crisp meaty nuts, and flavor-perfect cheese to name just a few! We're featuring'many of your favorites right now. Come on in and get them at Safeway. Enjoy Autumn's bounty at remarkable savings! 1 CHUCK V Canada Grade A Beef. Super Saver Lean, easy to curve I Cnnada Grade A Beci'. Super Saver Ib. I 89' 99' I BEEF LIVER i Super Saver 1 -SHORT RIBS Tasty Cold Weather Foods Macaroni and Cheese 7V4-oz. net wt. pkg. Don't Miss These Super Savers Robin Hood Quick 5-lb. bag 89' CooEc wiih vegetables. Super Saver Ib. Canada Grade A Beef, Plate or Brisket. Super Saver............ Ib. BEEF 1.09 Roma 2-lb. pkg. Crcamelle 14-oz. net wt. pkg. 1-llb. tin 2 Burns Sweet Pickled, lean, boneless in JEL 1 Cry-o-vac, Super Saver..........Ib. Chef Boy-Ar-Dee ISVi-oz. net wl. tin far for for Frozen Food Buys Olympic Cooked Meats I BM HBOC? Chocss. Chicken Merc end SllfPn Mpflfc r tJJIvGU lllGwlJ Cheese 6-oz. net wh pkg. Super Saver Cooked Ham j. A Wiptiptc RviP J u IIICIICI9 Skinless, vac packed 1-lb. pkg Super Saver VIW DO FRESH BREAD Skylark Homeslyle or Century Sliced White, 20-oz. nel wt. loaf Manor House, J cut up tray pocked Super Saver............Ib. Bologna the pieee Sup Don't Miss These Super Savers 2 39' Cbeez Whiz _________ 9515 PRICES EFFECTIVE in Lethbridge Oct. 18-21 Empress Blueberry or Black Currant SUPEfl SAVER Pure Jam Empress Black Cherry 24 fl. oz. tin 16-oz. net wt. jar Rose, no garlic or dill strips, no garlic 24 Fl. oz. jar Mrs. Willman's Swiss Pkg. of 4 Pillsbury Refrigerated Buttermilk or Sweelmilk 8-oz. net wt. roll f I Twinkli Cookie fro Twinkle Brownie, Chocolate Chip, al, Macaroon 12-15 oz. net wl. pkg. Cs! Nestles, 5 flavours ......Sleeve of net wl. tin Rose Pasteurized or Sweet Mixed Pickles.........24 fl. oz. jar 39' 4 75' 2 57' 49' MfOODS DR. BALLARDS DOG FOOD Beef or Liver IS-oi. nel vvL (in CAT FOOD 5 for 4 flavours 15-oz. nel wl. lin..... .00 ,00 tee Cream Cream Pies Snow Star, 4 flavours 3 pinl ctn. Bel Air, J flavours. Mix or match 14-oi. net wt. siie Potatoes Carnotion Julienne Shoestring Canada Fancy 2-lb. bag for fc. We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities. I960. CANADA SAttWAY UUU0 ;