Located at Electrabase, this mainframe computer's main task is to correlate usage in the power grid, communications, and several other databases; as a corollary, it also tracks the location of all known criminals. When criminal activity is detected, alerts are put out through the Electra-Comp devices.
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Prof. Frank Heflin * Newsmaker Magazine
Judy Hudson, a recent high-school graduate, was hired by Professor Frank Heflin to help present a new line of consumer electronics at a trade-show, while wearing a Dyna-Girl outfit. The core of the display was an advanced computer, which could monitor a wide variety of databases and beam power to whatever gadget needed it. Judy's job was to demonstrate the user-end of the gadgets, in tandem with a blonde model in an Electra-Woman costume.
After demonstrating the equipment to her cousin, Lori Davidson of Newsmaker magazine, a group of criminals disrupted the trade show and took Judy, Professor Heflin, and the Electra-Woman model hostage. They hoped to steal the computer, and use it to foil the authorities duing any future crimes.
When it appeared that the crooks would get violent, Professor Heflin advised his two fellow hostages to use their gadgets against them. Judy used the disintegration beam to good effect, but the model panicked and ran away, leaving a trail of Electra-Gadgets as she went. Lori grabbed her discarded Electra-Comp, and used the Force-Shield feature to restrain the criminals.
After the excitement ended, Professor Heflin suggested that the team should be an ongoing concern, since criminals would need to be stopped in the future. Judy and Lori joined him, as the team of Electra-Woman and Dyna-Girl. He established a base for the three of them, and is the brains behind the team.
Lori arranged for Judy to be hired at Newsmaker magazine, so that it would be easy for the two to get together for any needed crime-fighting sessions.