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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 TH( lETHBRIDCt May 57, 1970 EARTHLINGS BACK FROM MOON These black dots which resemble coffee grounds are colonies of an earth germ called Streptococcus Mitis which scientists believe lived for three years iriside a television camera which landed on the moon in 1967. Scientists revived the micro- organism in the laboratory dish which holds it here Scien- tists believe the germ was deposited on the Surveyor II tele- vision camera, rode to the moon with the craft, lived triers three years and came back when the Apollo 12 astro- nauts went to the moon. NYLON SCULPTURED Beautiful carpet for your home. Installed only i.95 iq. yd. HEAVY NYLON SHAG color only. Rsg. 1S.95 iq. yd. Special yd. SOF-WOK CARPETS "LIKE WALKING ON A CLOUD'' 1007 3rd Ave. S., Lefhbridge Phone 328-5953 Division of Falcon Floor Ltd. Calgary's Landing Carpet Contractor Sudan Nationalizes Firms KHARTOUM (AP) Maj- Gen. Jaafar el Nuraairi's mili- tary government closed down 35 foreign insurance companies today after nationalizing all seven banks in Sudan and four of the country's major business firms. The government radio said most of the insurance compa- nies were British but some American, Lebanese, Indian and Jordanian. It ordered their policies transferred to the gov- ernment-controlled General In- surance Co. Numairi announced the take- overs of banks and other busi- nesses Monday, first anniver- sary of his army coup. The nationalized banks in- clude British Barclay's and Ot- toman banks; Egypt's Misr Bank; Ethiopian Commercial Bank; Jordanian-Lebanese Arab Bank; Bank of Omdurman and Sudanese Commercial Bank. No Letters To Newspaper CLAYTON, Mo. (AP) A young man being held in (lie St. Louis County jail for peace dis- turbance at Washington Univer- sity has been told he does not have the right to send a letter to a newspaper. The ruling was made by the St. Louis County counsellor's office after jail authorities seized a letter written by Clay Clairborne. He was arrested IB connection with a March 23 demonstration at the campus building and is serving a three- month sentence. The ruling said a prisoner may write to members of bis family, friends, lawyer or cler- gyman, but permission has to be obtained from jail authorities before he can write to anyone else. Hijacked Planes Back Home MIAMI (AP) All three planes diverted to Cuba by a variety of hijackers in the 24 hours starting Sunday night were back in their countries of origin today. The last to return from Cuba was an American Airlines plane hijacked by an armed man. Its crew flew it here today. A Delta Airlines jet and a Mexican plane had left Havana earlier. The Delta aircraft had been commandeered by a red-haired woman who used a 12-year-old boy, apparently her son, as an interpreter. The Mexican pilot said his plane was seized by four men who claimed they were avenging a slain guerrilla leader. Peking, Hanoi Sign Pact HONG KONG. (Reuters) China has signed a new mili- tary and economic aid agree- ment with North Vietnam, in- dicating increased Peking as- sistance to Hanoi in the Indo- china conflict. A protocol on "supplementary non refundable economic and military aid" in 1970 was sign- ed in Peking today, the North Vietnam news agency reported today. Le Duan, North Vietnamese Communist party leader, is be- lieved to have obtained in- creased Chinese aid in talks with Chairman Mao Tse-tung in Peking two weeks ago. The protocol supplements an agreement .for Chi n e s e eco- nomic and military assistance in 1970 concluded Sept. 26. URGE WAGE CONTROLS NEW YORK (AP) Mayor John Lindsay has called for wage and price controls "as soon as possible" to fight inila- tion. Lindsay endorsed here suggestions by Robert V. Roosa, a New York bank- er, and Harvard economist John Kenneth Galbraith for a six-month 'period of controls. URGES A-WEAPONS NEW DELHI (Reuters) In- dia's top nuclear scientist, VI- kraim Sarabhai, urged Prime Minister Gandhi Monday to ac- cept an expanded nuclear and space program which experts said would enable India to make the atom bomb within this dec- ade. WANT AIR MONITORS GENEVA (Rollers) Scien- tists of the World's Meteorologi- cal Organization have called for the establishment of up to 150 observation stations to study the increasing carbon dioxide content of the atmo- sphere. PUHUSIIER DIES NEW YORK (AP) Francis Brewstcr Taussig, 70, president of Grolicr International, Inc., died here in hospital after a short illness. Taussig also was executive vicfrpresidcnt of Gro- lier Inc., publishers of encyclo- pedias and other reference and educational materials. FINAL 3 DAYS! EVERYTHING MUST GO! ALL PRICES FURTHER SLASHED! 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Each cream and lotion contains protective and soothing ingredients that parallel natural substances already in the skin. A carefully balanced pH factor helps to maintain the healthy quality of the skin. It is a new easy, wonderful way to the superb skin health that is the foundation of your beauty. The Directionale beauty system was developed using the most hygienic and modern techniques. Each preparation is lavishly light in texture, is absorbed almost immediately. Directionale is hypo-allergenic and in addition... is delicately scented with a dermatologically tested fragrance that is wholesome, clean and pleasant. Each preparation comes to you in hermetically sealed bottles and jars to insure complete product purity The correct Directionale preparations for you are selected by trained Elizabeth Arden consultants. The goal of your individually developed skin care regime will be to help you achieve good skin health. 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