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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 'Castro In Priests Robe' SAO PAULO (CP) Goy. Robert Abreu S'odre of Sao Paulo state has labelled one of this year's nominees for the Nobel Peace Prize an "element of Communist party promotion in The governor said today that Dom Helder Camara, the Roman Catholic archbishop of Brazil's impoverished northeast, belongs "to the Communist par- ty's propaganda and is a "Fidel Castro in a priest's robe." The governor, back from 1 two-week official trip to Britain, France and West Germany, said Archbishop Camara "gets money, he travels and he to sub- sidized for this purpose. the leftists want a glamor girl, not with a beard and a cigar but wittr a robe on his back, ttiey use him to deni- grate Brazil." Archbishop Camara, who speaks frequently in Europe, has charged that the present military government of Brazil oppresses the people. Russian Rocket Checks Sun MOSCOW (AP) The Soviet government'launched a high-al- titude rocket Saturday with an astrbphysical observatory for closer observation of the sun, Tass reported .today. The rocket reached a height of nearly 310 miles, the Soviet news agency said. After com- pleting its program of research, Tass said, the container with the observatory was parachute to earth. Instruments to measure solar emission in ultraviolet and ray bands were mounted oh a stabilized platform in the con tainer at the top of the rocket The results of the test are being processed and will be published the scientific press, the an- nouncement said. Poet Committed Suicide VIENNA (Baiters) Stanis- lav Neumann, a 43-year-old poet whose death in Czechoslovakia was announced last month, committed suicide and left a note expressing disillusionment with the Communist party, re- ports' r e a c.h'.i n g here from Prague said today. _ The way he died was kept se- cret from the public in Czecho- slovakia, said the Prague re- ports, .which are at variance on whether he had taken poison or hanged himself. Neumann, won the Clement Gottwald poetry prize for his Stalinist writings in the 1950s and bore one of the most fa- mous names in Czechoslovak drama. Information reaching Vienna said left a note declaring that he was of sound mind and had no family problems. It ex- plained that the Communist party, to -which he had devoted his life, no longer corresponded to the ideals that it once had. Shah Warns Oil Companies TEHRAN (AP) The "Shah of Iran warned today that West- era oil companies in Iran must .increase their output or face new leglslatioii to protect Iran's interests. Opening a new session of the Iranian parliament, the mon- arch did not say what retalia- tory measures would be taken. But informed sources said legis lation would provide for seizure of some of the concession area of the consortium of British, French, Dutch aixl American companies which operates the Iranian industry. Last year Iran received million in revenue from the con- sortium. Earl Realty's Daughter Fined LONDON (AP) A judge fined the 18-year-old daughter of Earl Beatty today for possessing pleaded with her and other young people to leave drugs alone. Magistrate Donaldson Loudon told Lady Diana Adrienne Beatty: "Don't dp it. I beg of you, don't do it. Tell your friends not to do it. Do you un- The prosecution told the court that when police raided the Lon- don apartment where Lady Diana was arrested they found it smelling strongly of mari- juana. She told them she was just on a visit. A large slab of the drug was found in a ward- Pearl gets invited, to a lot of Porphyry Pearl lhat Is. A light, bubbly wine that's helped toast a host of brides lately. Why? Because Porphyry Pearl's dear pearly colour, zesty bubbles, tnd not-too-sweet, not-too-dry taste... all add up to a delicious and eye-appealing treat And maybe it's because, served at the right temperalure H.) Porphyry Pearl is amazingly Imported from the vineyards of Australia, this is fine light wine you can serve will pride and confidence. For an occasion such as toasting the bride. Or simply a private toast at home. Because Porphyry Pearl is pure wine... mads 100% from grapes. Porphyry Pearl crealej Its own bubbles all by itself. Porphyry in a champagne glassl Served cold, it speaks a welcome. robe and tbere was a quantity of LSD in the refrigerator, the prosecutor said. She pleaded guilty to the charge. U.S. Hijacker's Death In Cuba Confirmed FAHJflNGTON, Mich. (AP) The father of a Fannington. youth who hijacked a plane to Havana last October has con- firmed his son died in Cuba. Mickey Shoor, a former De- troit disc jockey who now sells car stereo equipment, said he does not know how or exactly where his son, Henry, 18. died. He declined to comment on the hijacking or his son's activi- ties while in Cuba. A spokesman for a local un- dertaker said the United States state department is working through the Swiss embassy to obtain the release of Show's body. Freed By Jordan _ AMMAN (Reuters) Jordan, ian have released al- most prisoners detained as suspected guerrilla fighters during last month's battles in Amman and Zaraqa, it was an- nounced today. The higher committee formed in Cairo by Arab heads of state to restore peace in Jordan said in a communique that de- tainees had been released and that another would be freed shortly. The figures referred to five camps in the Amman area. The communique did not mention whether prisoners were being held elsewhere. RETURNS TO DUTY SAIGON (AP) Gen. Creigh- ton W. Abrams has returned to duty as commander of U.S. forces in Vietnam after hospital treatment for what a spokes, man described as a "heat-in- duced dizzy spell." The general, 56, was suffering from a virus infection when he collapsed dur- ing a military ceremony last Wednesday at Australian forces headquarters at Vung Tau. Arabs Willing To Extend Truce CAIRO (AP) Foreign Min- ister Mahmoud Riad said Tues- day Egypt will not withdraw a single missile from the Suez Canal area, but he expressed a willingness to extend the Middle East ceasefire for another 90 days after it expires Nov. 5. Speaking in a television inter- view, Riad said Egypt will agree to the ceasefire extension if a serious effort is made to carry out the United Rations Se- curity Council resolution of 1967 and to give peace negotiator, Gunnar V. Jarring, a chance lo fulfil his mission. Hie UN Security Council reso- lution called on Israel to with- draw its forces from Arab lands seized in the 1967 war. Riad denied Israeli accusa- tions that Egypt violated the present ceasefire by implanting missiles sites into the Suez canal stand-down zone. He claimed the missiles were "inserted into the area before the day fixed for the ceasefire." The ceasefire began Aug. Riad charged that the United States violated the ceasefire it initiated by agreeing to supply Israel with arms. Riad, making the first govern- mental policy statement since President Gamal Abdel Nasser died eight days ago, said the Arabs may have to begin using their oil resources as leverage in applying pressure to the United States. Riad said Egypt is continuing its political policies in the Mid- dle East crisis, that is "liberat- ing the occupied land, restor- ing the rights of the Palestinian people, i.nf achieving peace based on justice." STRANGE EVOLUTION Wedding rings evolved in the ancient East from huge bands the bride had to wear around her ankles, wrasls, and even her waist as symbolic fetters befit- ting her role as her husband's servant and property, says the National Geographic Society. Wedntiduy, October T, THE KTHMIDCE HERALD Church Grants TORONTO (CP) A commit- tee of the United Church of Can- ada today approved emergency grants of each for Jor- danian, Vietnamese, Palestinian and Nigerian refugees. The church's committee on overseas relief and inter-church aid approved the grants after an appeal from the World Coun- cil of Churches for money for medical supplies, food, shelter and clothing. The aid to victims of fighting in Vietnam and adjacent areas is to help send "a sizeable ship Iment of medical supplies to aid T For Refugees victims of the Vietnam war in areas controlled by the National Liberation the commit- tee said in a statement. It also announced grants for earthquake victims in Yugoslavia and Peru, for flood damage in East and West Paki- stan and for drought relief in South Africa; Another was set aside to help famine relief in Ethiopia caused by a wheat shortage. WIDELY VARIED There are some varieties of shrimp. KRESGES ADVERTISED ITEMS ON SALE OCT. 8-910 L 1 PANTY HOSE KSESGE SPECIAL PRICE NYLON SHIRT BLOUSE Seamless mesh nylon! Tender Beige O'Spice. S-M-L-XU Long sleeved shirt style for Misses' 10-18! Solid shades of Blue, Gold, Navy. TIGHTS BRIEFS Satin finish! White, Marina, Pink, Mint, Mauve, Black. Women's S-M-L. RIPPLE COTTON DUSTER Detailed with short OUR REGULAR PRICE 157 pockets, Sliest OUR REGULAR PRICES 1.49 1.59 Pr. collar! 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