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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE LETHBRIUGE HERALD Thursday, November s, 1970 Fonda Pleads Not Guilty CLEVELAND (AP) Ac-' fraudulently bringing stimulants Ircss Jane Fonda pbadcc! not and tranquillizers into the Kuilty here in Municipal Court! United States from Canada and to a charge of assaulting a po- assaulting Edward P. Matuszek, IT-------- 32 a customs agent. Jtiss Fonda was charged with kicking Patrolman Robert Pei- per, who police said came to Matuszck's aid, at Hopkins In- Airport where the actress was detained early Tuesday aTler a flight from Lon- don, Ont., she made p speech to a college group Mon- day night. licemnn during n hassle OVIT her arrest on a chwgc of smug gling pills from Canada. She asked for a jury trial, which was set for Jan. 6 by Judge Edward Fciglun. continued her surely bond. The 32-year-old wife of French film director Koger Vadim vas released on personal bond Tuesday on federal charges of Canadian Aboard IMfling Rafl BRISBANE ateliers) Four men who set out on a balsa wood raft from Ecuador about JGO days ago for Australia ap- area ivere asked to stand by Ihe raft. The four aboard the catted La trying to pealed' for urgent medical aid drift Lo this continent, hoping (o _ as they battled rough seas today j prove men (ravelled from South j "and coast. One of America to Australia centuries I age. by the same method. The Norman TcLronuel, Spaniard Vital Alsar, Frenchman Marcel Moden and Chilean Gabriel off the Quecnsl the four is a Canadian The Queensland search and rescue organization chief. CapL E. W. Whish, told reporters the raft was about 1DO miles north of Brisbane, and ships in the Ecuador Way 29. Soldier Charged Wilh Desertion WASHINGTON (AP> The United States Marine Corps charged a recently returned ser- geant loday with desertion and aiding the enemy in South Viet- nam by making '''pro-Commun- ist and anIi-American propa- ganda" while a prisoner, Sgt. John II. Sweeney, 21, of West Babylon, N.Y., returned voluntarily to the United States had said at a news conference he delected 18 months earlier after his company commander had shot at him and left him tn die in the South Vietnamese jun- gle. A marine Corps spokesman (said the charges of aiding the enemy and abandoning his weapon in the presence of th? enemy carries a possible death Aug. 31 from Sweden where he penalty. Kennedy Rejects Party Draft BOSTON (CP) Senator Ed- ward Kennedy said here he is ''committed to service in the U.S. Senate" and flatly rejected the possibility of accepting a Democratic draft for the 1972 presidential race. In a brief victory speech fol- lowing his re-election to the Se- nate over Republican Josiah A. Spaulding, he expressed his gra- I tjtude to the voters, who gave him a 60-per-cent margin over his opponent, and said: "I have committed myself tc the people of Massachusetts." "Of course I am very miic' interested in the future of m; party, so I would hope to hav an active voice in 1972 and be- yond. Bat I'm committed serve in the U.S. Senate." Try To Reconcile Differences LONDON (neuter) Britain nnd Israei today tried to recon- cile apparent differences over Middle East policy. Israeli Premier GoWa Meir, stopping here on her way home from visits to New York and Ottawa, held talks with Prime Minister Edward Heath and Foreign Secretary Sir Alec Douglas-Home. The British leaders were be- I lie-ved set to reassure her that a speech by Sir Alec Saturday urging Israeli withdrawal from occupied Arab territories does not represent a new departure in British policy. British officials insist that government policy is still gov- erned by the United Nations Se- curity Council of November, 1967, which Britain originally sponsored. Canadian's Trial Date Set BELGRADE (Router) The trial of ftadovan Mirkovich, a Yugoslav-born Canadian, charged with murdering seven partisans during the Second Olson Lied Says Miller SASKATOON (CP) Walter Miller, vice-president of the Na- tional Fanners Union, said Tuesday Agriculture Minister Bud Olson lied about importa- tion of powdered whole milk into Canada. llr. Miller of Tara, said Olson "lied to this country and to Parliament'1 when he said there was no powdered milk being imported into Can- ada in a speech in the House of Commons May 26, Then, less than a month later, Mr. Olson admitted such impor- tation was talcing place, Mr. Miller said, He added that re- marks made during the im- ported milk controversy wRre "distortions of the picture, mis- information and lies of politi- cians.'1 He told a tu'o-day regional meeting of the NFu, the organi- zation had picliDteil the Bra-rioi! Milk Co. in Toronto, "hitling it I (Bonlcn's) in Hie cash regis- when the facts involved ID j the case revealed. World War in Yugoslavia, has been scheduled to take place at Leskovac, Southern Serbia, Nov. 18 and W, Canadian em- bassy sources said here today. Mirkovich, 60, of St. Cathar- ines, emigrated from Yu- goslavia after the war and later became a Canadian citizen. He was arrested in July on a visit to Leskovac. He is alleged to have shot seven partisan youths and a girl who taken prisoners by the Serbian nationalist organization of Chet- niks to which he belonged. Another Chetnik who was in- volved in the shooting, Lazar Damjanovic, has already served a 20-year prison term for the crime. MEXICO ROME (Router) Mexico I has announced a donation of j to the world food pro- j gram, the Unilcct Nations Food and Agriculture Organization announced Wednesday. Master Plan For Rivers RIVERS, Man. (CP) A plan to provide alternate use for the soon to IHJ closed armed forces base at Rivers was un- veiled at a public meeting here. Residents of trie western Man- itoba community were told that a master plan now is being pre- pared that would create an Ln- dnsiry based training commu- nity at (he military site. 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