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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHMIDGE HKAID Thursday, Match 4, 1971 Mansfield warns Thieii i WASHINGTON1 (AP) Se- nate Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield said Wednesday if South Vietnamese President Nguyen Van Thieu decides to attack North Vietnam "he'd bet- ter be prepared to do it on his own." Mansfield said the United States should not be involved in any such operation and "my personal opinion is that we would not help." President NYton has said such action would be up to the South Viet- namese The Montana senator said he would like to see Nixon declare publicly that there would be no U.S assistance for such a South Vietnamese move. "I personally would like to see such a statement but 1 would not presume to tell the president publicly what he should do in that Mansfield told reporters. "I'm not in any more Mansfield said. I'm interested in a speedup of the withdrawal. I don't MIKK ll.l.l) think we have any obligation to carry on a further adventure of that type." Boyle pleads not guilty WASHINGTON (AP) W.A. (Tony) Boyle, president of the United Mine Workers, and two other officials of the union pleaded not guilty Wednesday to charges of conspiring to embez- zle in union funds for il- legal political contributions. Boyle, Secretary-Treasurer John Owen and James Kmetz, director of Labor's Non-Parti- san League, the UMW's political arm, were indicted Tuesday by a federal grand jury after a nine-month investigation of the union's affairs. The grand jury charged thai the bulk of the union funds wenl to Senator Hubert H. Hum- phrey's 1968 United States presi- dential campaign. Bill ciirtailes free speech KUALA LUMPUR (Renter) The Malaysian Parliament approved today a controversial constitutional amendment bill which will curtail free speech even among parliamentarians on sensitive issues likely to in- flame interracial hatred. The bill was passed after six days of debate by a vote of 125 to 17. Members of the two oppo- sition left-wing parties, the Democratic Action party am the People's Progressive party voted against the measure. The government has said the bill was aimed at preventing ra cial tension through Mamma tory comments by politicians which have been blamed for setting off Malay Chinese rioting in whic hundreds died after the May 1969, general electiom. Onassis loses shipyard bid BELFAST (AP) Aristotle Onassis has lost his bid for con- trol of the Harland and Wolff Shipyard here. Commerce Min- ister Hoy Bradford announced today the company will remain under its present management. The Greek millionaire and a holding company controlled by the British and" Northern Ire- land governments were the pnlj remaining bidders for the ailin yard, which has been under d reel government managemen for several months. Onassis already owns 26 per cent of the yard and had plan to turn it into one of Europe' most efficient shipbuildin centres. Convicted murderer wins pardon LAKE CHARLES. La. (AP) Jesse Reyon, 70-year-old con- victed murderer who was saved from the gallows by three last- minute reprieves, has a pardon from Gov. John McKeithen. Reyon, a Negro, was con- victed in 1921 of the murder of Eev. Charles Edward Havens, 70, a white Apostolic minister. Gov. John M. Parker, who is- sued the reprieves, commuted Reyon's sentence Jan 23, 1923, and had Reyon committed to the East Louisiana State Hospi- tal, an institution for the crim nally insane. Last December, on his firs leave from the hospital, Reyo appealed to District Coir Judge Jack Rogers for hell Reyon said he had not killed th minister but "confessed" on because he was frightened afte two men told him in his ce "there were a lot of men ou side with guns that wanted m and if I didn't own up to th killing they would turn me ov< to them.'' Jailed man's wife sentenced from attending meetings or r ceiving visitors other than doctor and her two children, who are at school in Swaziland. JOHANNESBURG (Reuter) Winnie Mandela, wife of Nel- son Mandela, imprisoned black nationalist leader, sent- enced today to a year's impris- onment for violating an order restricting her movements in I South Africa. 1 Her counsel notice of ap-! peal and she was released on bail of Mrs. Mandela, whose husband is serving a life jail sentence, was one of a gioup of Africans whits Hollse announced. The who were acquitted last Septem-1 foe televised and her of charges under Ihc Tcr-1 on radj0. rorism Act after being held for i more than a year Nixon on air WASHINGTON (AP) Pres- ident Nixon will hold a news conference at 7 p.m. MST Thursday devoted entirely to questions on foreign policy, the Immediately on her release she was served with a banning order which r e s t r i c i e d her n. COLORS Female pupfish are a mottled brown but males are usually a movements and barmi her flashy iridescent blue or purple. in the Fnr NortH os herd reindeer. The in Weekend Magazine''. !N YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE INVESTIGATE OUR LEASING PLAN! Business firrm. executives, salesmen, and professional mon oro finding that Icosinq is a sound iden. lease A Brand Nev CHEVROLET, OLDSMOBILE, CADILLAC, CHEVELLE, MONTE CARLO, CAMARO OR VEGA or certain models CHEVROLET TRUCKS For plrff contact- BENY AUTOMOTIVE ENTERPRISES LTD. Irnurnne'1 and Ifo "2nd Avc, ant! fill, Street S 327-3M7 It's Fashion Week at SIMPSONS-SEARS We Ve Turned on Spring. vg ___: V I ,V_ la, L-i V) '-'.A V :.'i u..'' .y. Win a Man's or a Woman's wardrobe No Purchase Ketpiired Grand Prize: A Women's or Man's Wardrobe. 10 Other Prizes! Just fill in the entry form and deposit il in the "Win an Easier ballot boxes on the fashion floor. Ccnlest ends Sat, Mar, 6, 2-30 p m. Entry forms available in oil Fashion Departments. Draw will be made Saturday, March 6. NAME ADDRESS (Stieot) (City) (Prov.) The world of men's fashions for spring VI are as new and excit- ing as the woJon itself! Cool, casual, colorful and carefree our men's departments have really changed! We've got styles that put it all together in a whole new way a way you'll really like, with vibrant colors, and comfort-giving action cuts. SHORTSLEEVE KNIT SHIRTS with tne "Wallace Berry" look in blend for easy care. Jacquard prints in Mauve, Brown, or Blue. Sizes S.M.I. IONGSIEEVE SPORTSHIRT In tolid colors of Candid Bronze Gold, Purple or Coral All have patterned trim and 4" long pointed collar. Perma-prest 69% cotton blend. Sizes S.M.L. and XL. LONGSLEEVE SPORT SHIRT with 3-button cuffed blouse jleeve and 4" pointed collar. Choose banded geo- metric stripe print or dot print in 4 fashion shades. 50% cotton blend. Sizes S.M.L. 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