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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE IEIHBRIDGE HERAID Hospitals Need Better Equipment, Operators TORONTO (CP) Hospitals need better electronic equip- ment and better-trained opera- tors to prevent accidents, the assistant director of medical en- gineering at the Hospital for Sick Children In Toronto says. Dr. A. Michael Albisser told the Ontario Hospital Associa- tion's annual convention that electronic monitors can cause shocks, bums, hearts fluttering Expropriation Laws Report Near Completion out of rhythm and heart arrest. Dr. G. Harvey Agnew, a To- ronto hospital consultant, said a United States expert estimated that persons die in the U.S. from heart arrest caused by equipment. 0r. Albisser said, however, he thinks this is a gross exaggera- tion but said there are at least burns a year from elec- tronic equipment. He said a major problem is that a piece of equipment which is safe by itself may not be THE WINNER Conservative leader Richard Hat- field, New Brunswick's premier-elect, with a crowd of young admirers at Grand Falls, N.B., as he and his party won a solid election victory over Premier Louis J. Robichawd's Liberal government. Woman Is Prepared To Die If Baby Story A Hoax JAKARTA (Reuter) A young Indonesian woman, who claims her unborn baby can already speak and pray, said here she is prepared to be put to death if her story Is a hoax. Mrs. Tjut Zaharafonna, who says she has carried the child for 19 months, told reporters at her home: "I do not know what to do with all this kind of specula- tion about my baby. "But I want to say that I am prepared to have my head chopped off if what I have said about the baby is a hoax." Mrs. Zaharafonna, 23, said she Is considering protesting to the Indonesian Doctors As- sociation over the treatment she received during the first examination Wednesday, which she claimed subse- quently caused her to bleed. She will be examined again today by a team of doctors. The examinations are be- lieved to have been Instituted on the orders of President Su- harto because of differences of opinions, even among cabi- net ministers. Suharto and several cabinet ministers are said to have heard the fetus crying and praying in the mother's womb. Zeller's 'SKILLET' RESTAURANT MRS. PERDUE SPAGHETTI AND MEAT SAUCE Roll end Butter, Soup or Juice and Coffee. OLD FASHIONED BEEF STEW Colo String Beans, Roll and Soup or Juico and Coffee. PORK SAUSAGE DINNER Pure Pork Sausage Apple Sauce, Scalloped Potatoes, Buttered Vegetables, Roll and Butter, Soup or Juice and Coffee. 99' FISH CHIPS Fish in batter Lemon Wedge Tartar Sauce Cole Slaw French Roll and Butter Soup or Juico Coffeo. 99' DESSERT FEATURE APPIF P1F or 'Cold' HrrtC riC With Cinnamon Ico Cream TAKE-OUT SPECIAL Chicken and Chips KST every order 0K'nfl OOC ZELIER'S SKIILET RESTAURANT South Lelhbrldgo Shopping Contra on Mayor Magrnth EDMONTON (CP) A