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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE 1.ETHBR1DGE HERALD Monday, July 19, 197) BLAMES INDIFFERENCE FOR DEATH Mrs. Rose Ces- pedes appears in fhe press office of Chile's President Salvador Allende carrying the body of her six-month-old son. The woman blamed the death of her child on indiffer- ence and bad care of the government-run National Health Service. Doctors at a government hospital told her the baby had a light case of laryingitis and sent them home, she said. New technique for brain waves transmitting shown SAN FilANCISCO (AP) A prominent neurologist has demonstrated a new technique for precisely transmitting brain waves great distances. He says it will benefit rural medicine and could ever, be used in space exploration. Dr. Harley E. Schear. 36, chief neurologist for Mount Zion medical centre, sched- uled a news conference Fri- day to demonstrate the equip- ment. Schear's invesntion trans- mits all eight channels of an electroencephalogram over one telephone circuit. Schear said brain waves have been transmitted before over long distances but only on three- channel circuits which pro- vide readings considerably less precise Schear said the major bene- fit from this technique will be to rural areas where such se- rious disorders as epilepsy, brain tumors and strokes may go undiagriosed because of a delayed medical consultation. In effect, he said, the devel- opment can put an expert at the side of a patient anywhere there is a telephone and an EEG machine. He said any doctor or technician can oper- ate the machine but only ex- perts can read and interpret the graphs produced. The machine and its sys- tems were developed over the last year by Schear and his associates, technologist Wil- liam Rowe and biomedical en- gineer Jchn Pori. Schear, Rowc and Pori have formed a company called Parallel Data Systems Inc. to manufacture and distribute the new system. Strike oil I TRIPOLI, Libya (Reuter) I The Mobil Oil Co. has struck oil at a neu exploratory well in western Libya, the Libyan oil ministry announced Monday. It said the well was producing an average of barrels a day. ART DIETRICH .DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 328-4095 MINE TOLL 21 UTASHINAI, Japan (Reuter) The body of one of 10 miners missing after a gas explosion in a coal mine here Saturday was recovered Monday, bringing the confirr.ed death toll to 21, po- lice said. A spokesman said tr..., was virtually no hope for nine other miners still missing. OWNER DEVELOPERS ARCHITECTS ENGINEERS Are You Planning An Office? Professional Service Building? Commercial Complex? Apartments or Revenue Projects? BQYCHUCK CONSTRUCTION (SASK.) LTD. 315 10th STREET SOUTH Have experience in providing contract management or fixed fee construction pro- cedure. CONTACT BOYCHUCKS AT 328-8933 LETHBRIDGE Before commilling your plans to more expensive, lengthy methods of construction. Stiff sentences in wartime case MOSCOW (AP) One Rus- sian has been sentenced to death and six have received stiff labor camp terms for co- operating with Second World War Nazi occupation troops, Tass reported today. The government news agency said the seven "enemy hench- men" were convicted after a month-long trial in Smolensk' but gave no indication when the trial was held. In June, 1942. Tass said, 157 people, "mostly old people, women and were killed on "orders from the Ger- man punitive organs." One of the operation's super- visors, it added, was the Smo- lensk regional police chief, Dmi- tiri Kosmovich- "who after the war found refuge in West Ger- many." Following testimony by 50 wit- nesses, the report continued, Ni- kolai Chernomashentsev, "for- mer commander of the special Bombs explode in Ireland BELFAST (AP) Two ter- rorist bombs exploded at a brewery depot in Belfast today, and British army sappers dis- mantled two other bombs. No one was hurt' and damage from the explosion was not ex- tensive. Another terrorist blast wrecked a small automatic tele- phone exchange in Finaghy, a community south of Belfast. It was assumed that the bombs were planted by the Irish Republican Army, which an- nounced that it was responsible for the Wast Saturday that wrecked the Belfast plant of the London Daily Mirror and caused damage estimated at more than million. The IRA said the paper was "the great- est example of English propa- ganda." Instant love developed for cold pig LONDON (Reuter) There are times when pigs, like humans, just don't feel like making love. But ro- mance is in the air for the reluctant sow. A British research team has invented instant passion in an Aerosol can for it contains the pungent scent of a lustful boar. Tests have proved that one burst has stimulating effect on sows, but it is un- likely to affect humans. mobile punitive was condemned to die before a firing squad. Six Lipilin, Va- sily Dvornikov, Ivan S'hpakov, Stepan Kocurov, Gasan Akhme- dov and Ivan sen- tenced to labor-camp terms ranging from seven to 15 years. It was the second Soviet gov- ernment announcement in five days that Soviet citizens have been condemned to death for co-operation with tiie Germans. On July 13, the Supreme Court of the autonomous republic of Kalmyk sentenced three men to death for such crimes. Patrol car involved death in By TIIE CANADIAN PRESS At least three persons died ac- cidentally in Alberta during the weekend, all in traffic. Roderick Michel, 25, of Duf- field, was killed when struck down by an RCMP patrol car on Highway 16, about 35 miles west of Edmonton. An RCMP spokesman said Mr. Michel ap- parently stepped from behind his parked car' to flag down as- sistance when he was struck by the cruiser which was passing another vehicle. John Shewchuk, 49, of Ed- monton was killed when his car collided with a Canadian Na- tional Railways freight train near St. Paul, 95 miles north- east of Edmonton. In St- Albert, just outside of Edmonton, Joseph Began, 83' of Legal, w a s killed when struck by a truck Saturday night. CANDY MARRIES-Mrs. Candice Mossier, who was acquitted in a 1964 trial on charges of murder in the death of her millionaire husband, Jacques Mossier, is shown with her new husband, Barnett Garison of Houston. Garison is an electrical contractor. Seven killed in accident ST. MICHEL DES SAINTS, Que. (CP) Police late Sun- day released the identity of all seven persons killed in a two- car collision earlier in the day on Highway 43 near this com- munity 75 miles northeast of Montreal. Police said a car driven by Jean-Guy La'our, 29, of St. Ig- nace, Que.' was in a head on collision with a vehicle driven by Jean Maheu, 39, of Cham- bly, Que., killing both persons and another five persons riding in Maheu's car. Among those who died were Maheu's wife Thercse, 43, two of their children, Helece, 10, and Serge, 13, as well as Chan- tal Cote, 5, and Marie-France Cote, 7. Canada supports China VN entry OTTAWA (CP) Canada is prepared fully to support the entry of China into the Unitnd Nations this fall and to oppose any efforts by the United States to keep China out. External affairs department Find bodies of 2 girls SAfNTE-MARTHE, Que.