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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta -Wedneidny, September 1, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 29 SHARING THEIR WEALTH Four young Bengali refu- gees get down to daily ration of Salt Lake camp near Calculla, India. The Uniled Nations Children's fund furnishes milk and other food supplies as well as medical aid and shelter for children among the more then seven million refugees from the disorders in East Pakistan. Health affected by solar flares MOSCOW (Renter 1 Soviet scientists have fcund Uial deaths from heart disease ap- pear to increase during periods trT intensified solar activity. Their findings also suggests a relationship between hsalth and solar aclivily. A Savicl scientific journal, Earth and the Universe, report- ing the findings, says magnetic storms in the atmosphere caused by solar flares affected both hsallhy persons and inval- ids. While the condition of healthy individuals quickly returned to normal after Ihese storms, sick persons took much longer lo lieal and sometimes nover re- covered completely, it says. The publication adds [hat if magnetic storms could be lire- dieted accuralely and in good time, measures could be taken to protect pEticnts. The article says medical and solar variations were charted and correlated over two periods of 27 days and the other covering the 11-year cycle in Ihe number of sunspots reached a maximum Figures for sudden deaths from heart disease in the Urals cily of Sviirdlovsk from 1944 to 1966 shewed their incidence cor- responded closely lo the extent of corpuscular streams of electrically charged particles emitted by the sun during s u n c p o t s and solar flares, it says. Data collected during 1960-60 in the same cily showed there were more than three times as many deattiL from heart in- fracts during days of high mag- netic disturbance as on "mag- netically quiet" days. Corresponding figures for the over-all number of non-fatal in- blockage in the blood supply lo a portion of the heart a rise of more than 40 per cent. The article said conditions like tlicse observed during mag- netic storms had been simulated in Soviet laboratory tests on dogs and rabbits. The animals spent three Irours inside a solenoid producing a magnetic field similar in strength lo those observed dur- ing gee-magnetic disturbances. Tests detected effects on Hie cardio-vascmar system, on Ihe blood ikelf, and on the nervous system. Lawyer charged with murder in San Quentin breakout SAN RAFAEL, Calif. (AP) j sons were slain in the Aug. 21 Stephen Brngham. young lawyer j incident, who visited Solcdad Brother District Attorney Bruce Bales George Jackson at San Quentin prison just before Jackson's es- cape attempt, was charged here with five counts of mur- der. Jackson and five oilier per- Depression predicted in U.S. announced at a news conference that he has filed a four-page af- fidavid accusing Bingham, 29, with murder in the slayings of three prison guards and two convicts. Bales said an all-points bulle- tin was issued for Bingham's arrest. Bingham visited Jackson shortly before prison authorities I said the black convict pulled a pistol from a wig and attempted to escape. Jackson was shot to death by a lower guard as. prison offi- said' he rram maximum security adjustment whcre ,.he rive liad There has been no (race of young Binghain since Ar.g. 21. Democral. ''As long ;is are losing on unemployment nnd in- flalion il is a dangerous situa- tion." "The signs are similar In 1932. When you see sheriff's sales and hanknipk-ics. IJoV AlIvlLlSOll the largest firms in America arc going bankrupt, thai is n matter of concern." The president's wage prices rent will accomplish little in 90 (lays, Pntman said in an here. He prcdictrd 'icasc adjourned SlJMMERSiDE. r.E.l. (CP) The case of President Roy Atkinson of the National Farm- its extension and "expansion'to I cr? Union, charged wilh con- include a freeze on interest rates and possibly on business profils. spiracy lo intimidate in connec- tion with farmers protests near here earlier ibis month, was ad- Rising inlcrrst rates arc the basie cause of inflalion in Ihe'. Ml'' "Ppcilr economy, said Palman. IIc was .so.nlcd by lawyer Gerald Gerard Mitchell of lown. The ciiarge was laid nfler a number of formers blocked the highway near Carlelon, P.E.I., 21. The move was part of a s c r i e s of NKU prole.sls least against government farm poli- cies. NOT FORGOTTKN Armed with a computer, Newark, N.J., is Iracking down pnr.sons who have moio Ilian uao molor vehicle summonses involving at in fines, Chou visit looms LAS YEGGS' Nci- (AP) The U.S. economy is rearing a j depression and President Nix- 1 been shot or their throats on's economic measures have slashed. brought it closer, says a result of interviews sentalive Wright Palman, chair- j with many witnesses and sludy- man of the House of Represent- 1 ing many reports on his case, I atives hanking and currency readied the conclusion that committee. there is no ether wav Jackson "I think we aro fietiuis closer i llnvo Kollen pun to depression by day and bllt his visit with by the hour." said (lie Texas I lain ]usl pnr.r lo [he nut- hl'cak violence." Bales told BUCHAREST (AP) A team of high-ranking Chinese army men, toasling new military co- operation with Romania, left Tuesday. Romanian informants hinted their visit would be fol- lowed by one from Premier Chou 'En-lai before the end of ieal1. Without speaking in precise terms, Romanian sources have given the impression in the last few days during conversation with Western diplomats and re- porters that a visit by Chou to the Yugo- slavia and being set up, probably in November. There has been no official confirmation of such a tour by Chou. The Yugoslav govern- ment has, however, extended an invitation for a Chinese govern- ment delcgalion to visit Bel- grade. A communique was released in Bucharest Tuesday in connec- tion with the military delepa- fion's departure for Peking after 10 days of talks and visits. It referred to further develop- ment of "contacts and exchange delegations." There were also signs of joint military undertakings between the Romanians and the Chinese. CO-OPERATION PRAISED In a toast Monday night at a farewell reception, the Chinese delegation chief, Li Te-cheng, director of the general political d e p a r t m e n t of the Chinese army, and Gen. Ion lonita, Ro- mania's armed forces minister, praised "the expansion of the fraternal co-operation between the two peoples and armies." The indications of broadening contacts with China, particu- larly in the military sector, ap- peared likely to anger the So- viet Union, which has brought pressure on Romania to break off its flirting with Hie Chinese. Western diplomats here consi- der that the Romanians are the most careful, refined judges of how hard they can push the So- viet Union and that the Romani- ans never would have under- taken the military delegation's visit if they considered then- position a dangerous one. In this connection, while deal- ing with Chinese, lonita went out of his way to reassert Ro- mania's loyalty to the Soviet bloc military alliance, the War- saw poet. This dispatch made no men- tion of a report in Vienna say- ing the Chinese delegation pledged support in case of an "imperalist threat" to Roman- ia's "national independence and state sovereignty." This report was credited to Agerpres, the official Romanian news agency. This version seemed to indicate the Soviet Union as the threat. The Chinese accuse the Rus- sians of imperialism. JUDGE DIES Oak- sey, presiding judge of the liWfi Nuernberg war crimes trial wllich sentenced to (I a I h Marshal Hermann Snoring and oilier lending Nazis, dird nt AlrlmexlHiry. England. He was !W. DATING CROPS Farmers in Essex, England, say skylarks liave turned to ealinR crops, because chemical weed sprays have made the birds' natural food scarce. 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