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Around the World Chileans sentenced to death SANTIAGO - A Chilean air force court martial condemned four supporters of former ?l e « e £ dea ^ tre J! son and hand ™ fd for 56 others, thus ending the largest on o^enses since last year% mSfo The o decided the four were the ringleaders of a conspiracv bv Allende's Marxist party and an extreme leftist group to?ecruit air force personnel into political groups, pass airZce secrets o Allende and put officers favorable to Allendeimo kev 1 ? orce commands. The court also detected a plan to seize an a r force base which was never carried out. The sentences came on a unanimous vote by the seven-officer court after two months of hearings and 45 days of deliberations. They cannotbe appealed but must be confirmed by the court's hghwlrankinl rTh Ship jumper tells his story YOKOSUDA, Japan - One of the more than 60 young sailors who recently jumped ship fom the USS Midway told his court martial here Tuesday that racial discrimination, lack of advancement and poor conditions on board the aircraft carrier impelled him to take the action. The three officers of the court evidently put some credence in what he said. They sentenced 19-year-old Coy Anderson, a black, to loss of one stripe and temporary withholding of pay - one of the lightest sentences to date for those who refused to sail with the ship in recent weeks Anderson is one of 44 of the men being court martialed. Action appears likely to be taken against 20 others. The sailors are part of the 550-man black contingent aboard the 4200-man carrier. Anderson said blacks did far more than their share of mess hall duty and other menial jobs while whites with less seniority got better jobs. He said he complained to his immediate superiors and a human relations adviser to no avail and finally walked off the ship to show naval authorities his distress. 35 to 40 weapons seized in search at Lucasville LUCASVILLE, Ohio (AP) — Operations at the state's maximum security prison were expected to be back to normal this morning as an intensive shakedown for weapons entered its final phase. Joe Ashley, spokesman for the Ohio Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, said the shakedown at the Southern Ohio Correctional Facility would end with inspection of about 280 isolation cells. Ashley said inspections of the prison's school, gymnasium, library and two chapels were to be conducted overnight. Searches of the other cellblocks, recreation areas, yards and hospital uncovered 35-40 weapons and potential weapons, Ashley said. Of these, he said about 10 were "finished products." The rest were such things as pipes and electric cords. The shakedown began Monday night in the wake of the stabbings of four inmates, one of them fatal. All of the victims were attacked by stainless steel weapons, Ashley said, and all of the weapons were recovered after the incidents. Ashley said none of the weapons confiscated, in the shakedown were stainless steel. Most of the articles were found outside of cell areas, "hidden or just left to be discovered," Ashley said. Prison Supt. Joseph Havener had allowed a 15- minute grace period at the start of the searches to allow inmates a chance to dispose of any blacklisted articles, Ashley said. "The shakedown moved very swiftly, thoroughly and efficiently," Ashley said. Special precautions were taken not to repeat actions of a year ago during the prison's last shakedown which resulted in hundreds of inmate complaints against guards, Ashley said. He said inmates were allowed to stand outside their cells and watch as guards searched, making sure nothing was taken or damaged. Radios, stereos and other electronic equipment was labeled with the inmate's name and cell number before being removed to another area for inspection, Ashley said. He said most of the 1,100 inmates at the facility were very cooperative. "Many of them had the stuff piled on the bed ready to be searched when we came in." he said. Bug us for an autograph. It's free at participating VW dealers. A Mi-color, autographed poster of Marble, The Love Bug. Romantic lead In Walt Disney Studio's new motion picture, "Herble Rides Again." Who aver Imagined when we made our debut back In 1949 that we were destined for stardom? Surely not the critics. "Ugly," they sneered. "The engine's In the trunk," they mocked. But over 4 million Volkswagens later, the doubters stand corrected. After all, who can pan a car that goes so far on a gallon of gas. Has so high a resale value. And that now, wonder of wonders, Is a matinee Idol. It certainly Is o $ moving picture. 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Revolutionary engine designed LONDON — An engine which costs almost nothing to run and might be kept going forever without servicing, has been designed at Hafwell Atomic Research Establishment here. Using the principle of the Stirling engine, designed 158 years ago, Dr. Colin West invented the engine In which the piston is a column of water swirling to and fro in a U-shaped tube. It is driven by heat, which can be supplied by any convenient source, including the sun. It was basically designed as an irrigation pump engine, but might be applied to other uses. Dr. West has built 12 different versions of the engine and 11 of them have worked Immediately and without fall. The TIMES-REPORTER Wed.. July 31,1974 POVEfl-MWPHII.ADtl.PHlA, OHIO French is official language QUEBEC - The Quebec provincial legislature Tuesday approved a law making French the "official language" of the Canadian province. The bill passed 92-10 with two of the dissenters English-speaking Liberals. 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