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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, September 14, 1973 nHVnsc against guided missiles Laser use considered by Navy DREW MIDDLE TON York Times Service N'L'tt YORK The death piotnment in science (ic lion not be around the comet but the navy is con- sidering laser defense against guided missiles the air fotce is reseat thing lasei defenses against anti aircraft artillerv and the is investigating tne laset s capabilities against air attack Expenditures militan and aerospace agencies in the laser field are expected to J300 SUNGLASSES to choose from AVAILABLE IN YOUR RX average about an- nually in the next five years A three month study by Frost Sullivan Inc a technological market research organization, es umates that the market for the fiscal year 1973 will be about or more than double earlier estimates At my navv and air force experiments with lasers thus far have been revolutionary, according to defense department sources Operational thermal (laser) weapons are probably 10 years in the future but prototype ex- periments are expected by 1975 The weapons usewould cover air to-air combat bomber defense surface- defense of ground facilities and other applications Soviet research and development are progressing rapidlv according to intelligence sources Last vear Soviet scientists an- nounced that they had generated a pulsed laser beam of 300 billion watts Laser is an acionym foi light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation A laser produces coherent radiation that is radiation of a given frequency and with all wave fronts in phase The beam from a laser device is practically non spreading and coherent Lieht from a household light bulb is incoherent, the light waves tumble over one another Laser devices take this un diffused light and project its very high heat at the expen- diture of great energy Technology recently has progressed to high energv gas dynamic lasers These produce beams of laser light when their internal gases are PLEASE NOTE! The Lethbridge Housebuilders Parade of OW HOMES'73 Starts today-Fn., Sept. 14th featuring fine homes by 9 of Lethbridges leading bidders. A tabloid Section will appear in The Lethbridge Herald on Sat Sept 15th Be sure to read it and visit the Show Homes All are located at Primrose Place. Go north on 23rd street north to 18th avenue north. ONDISPLAY from Sept 14th-23rd from 1 p.m. to 11 p.m. daily heated expanded and forced thtough small at supet sonic speeds The laser s most notable contribution thus far has been the air guided smart bombs that are directed toward a target il lummated by laser light Airmen in the navy and air force credit laser designation with the accuracy of the bombing of Hanoi late in 1972 new system called TRAM (target recognition attack) is now under development This hiultisensor will spot targets das and night with a forward- looking infrared detector that is bore-sighted with a laser range finder to illuminate the taiget The revolutionary aspect ot laser weapons in the view of defense officials is that there is time of flight and no inertia But no one in authority despite obvious enthusiasm minimized the problems still to be over- come distortion dialation of beams over distance and at mosphenc absorption Indians urge homo projeel OTTAWA (CPl The Natue Council of Canada ask- ed the lederal government to embark im- mediateh on a fivp vear program to provide up to 40 000 homes for Metis and non- status Indians In a bnet presented to tjrban Affairs Minister Ron Basford the council said onh suth a massive multi million dollar program will eliminate the national dis- grace that native housing represents in Canada At Mr Bastord s request the meeting was closed to teporteis The council which lepresents about 500000 non status Indians and Metis said that while the subhuman housing ot its members was not now it is nonetheless a genuine national emergency GREATEST LINGUIST The most accomplished linguist ever known was Car din a 1 Oiu s e p pc Caspar who Ineri during the 17th century He could translate 18fi languages and dialf tts MEN'S AND BOY'S WEAR WEEKEND Men's Suits Easy to care for suits in 55% Polyester and 45% Wool In assorted plaids and checks Pants nave the ever popular flare-leg styling Sizes 36-46 Boy's Casuals Feature the half boxer waist with the wide belt loops Long wearing 100% cotton and machine washable Include the flare leg styling Sizes 7-12 each Each 2.97 Men's Casuals Such mme brands as Levi and Wrangler Wranglers feature the bag leg style in assorted checks Levi comes in a brushed pd cotton and either plain or split knee styling with the flare leq Sires 26 36 Boy's Pants Styled with a bag leg or the popular flare leg Assorted material and various colors to choose from Machine wash able and easy to care for Bach 4.99 Open daily 9 a.m. to I p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. your to limit qutflffiiM 3.99 COLLEGE SHOPPING MALL 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive DEPARTMENT STORES A DIVISION OF THE WOOL WORTH CO LIMITED J IF YOU TAKE AWAY OUR LOW PRICES YOU'VE GOT A REGULAR DEPARTMENT STORE DON'T JUST TALK ABOUT PRICES.., FRIDAY and SATURDAY SEPT. 14th and 15th? PRICES EFFECTIVE at CENTRE VILLAGE IGA only Until 6 p.m. Sept. 15th We Reserve The, ght To Limit Quantities ABOUT there's MORE to love at FREE DELIVERY WE HONOR ALL COMPETITOR'S FOOD COUPONS TOMATOES SIRLOIN STEAKS Canada No. 1 Calif. Tablerite Canada Grade A Beef Modern Manor std., 14fl. oztins. Mixes Monarch pouch pak. ................5H -00 Canned Pop Hash Browns 4H-00 CHICKENS Prune Plums anada Dry Pop Frying, Grade A Whole Body..........................Ib. 65 Domestic 28 oz. bottle, ginger ale, Orange, Wink Plus deposit Ichiban, noodles with soup oz. pkgs.. 4l89 Soup Mix Cheese Loafer I-49 Fresh from our in Store Bakery Crusty Buns 2189 SUGAR BREAD White or brown 20-oz. loaves ;