Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
i^Wadnetday, MarcTi 24,1971 - THE lETHBRIDGE HERALD - 29 Deputies punch each other SANTIAGO (Reuter) - Communist and opposition deputies punched each other and rolled fighting over the floor of Congress last night during a special commission hearing into an alleged plot to lower the price of Chilean copper ateoad. The brawl broke out when Cteistian Democrat deputies charged that Communist Mines Minister Orlando Canturias was involved in the plot. The government of Marxist President Salvacfor AUende recently arrested seven men, including several foreigners, who allegedly tried to arrange illegal copper purchases which would lead to a drop in the price of copper-Chile's biggest foreign-currency earner. The meeting was resumed later after tempers cooled. Farmers wave pitch forks BRUSSELS (AP) - About 60,000 farmers from the six Common Market countries marched into downtown Brussels with pitch forks waving today in a massive demonstration for higher prices and more aid.. A witness said one farmer shot and wounded in the was back by a policeman during an outbreak of violence along the march route. The farmers aimed their protests at the Common Market Council-minister of agrictd-ture from West Germany, France, Italy, Belgium, Holland and Luxembourg. Charged tvith dropping garbage CHARLOTTE AMALIE, St. Thomas (AP) - For the first time in Virgin Islands memory, a ship may be fined for dropping garbage into St. Thomas harbor under the F e d e r a 1 Refuse Act of 1899. United States Attorney Robert Carney has notified CP Ships, owner of the Empress of Canada, that the government has a claim against the ship for violation of the act and is asking the maximum fine of $2,500. The cruise ship, a frequent visitor to the Virgin Islands, is alleged to have discharged several boxes of garbage into the harbor last Mairch 31 while at dock. A complaint was filed by four citizens on Hassel Island. Under the 72-year-old law, the four stand to gain a boun^ of $1,250 if the maximum penalty being asked is assessed and paid. Seizure $1,2 million drugs LONDON (AP) - British customs officers today seized a truck with Swedish licence plates and �500,000 ($1,200,000) worth of marijuana after an operation involving the police of six counti-ies. Three men were arrested but a man and a woman escaped. The truck's odyssey from Kabul, Afghanistan, acsross Eu- rope to London was worthy of the most lurid thriller. British police were tipped off shortly after the vehicle left Kabul with its cargo of drugs, authorities said. Then at British request it was shadowed as it progressed across Tia-key, Yugoslavia, West Germany and France until it boarded a cross-channel ferry at Boulogne. Villagers abducted by Reds PHNOM PENH (Reuter) -Sixty-five villagers, many of them women and cMldren, have been abducted by the Viet Cong from Angkor Chey on the Cambodian coast, the military command said today. The command spokesman said five of the villagers had been killed for refusing to col- laborate with the Viet Cong and for breaking a Viet Cong injunction against trying to reach areas controlled by Cambodian government troops. Angkor Chey is 18 miles east of the provincial capital of Kampot in an area controlled by the Viet Cong for many months. Launch search for saboteur LISBON (Reuter) - PoUce launched a nationwide hunt for a 22-year-old air force pilot suspected of taking part in a spectacular sabotage operation of about 13 aircraft at one of Portugal's biggest air bases two weeks ago. Police made an unusual departure from normal practice by issuing pictures of the man, Angelo Manuel Rodrigues de Sousa, and asked the public for any telp that might lead to his capture. About a dozen helicopters and at least one training plane were destroyed or badly damaged by an explosion at Tancos air base about 90 miles northeast of lis-bon, March 8. 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