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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LITHMIDOI II Tudse banishes Rose in unprecedented decision "The time has come when I by money and force of arms. MONTREAL (CP) Mr. Jus- tice Marcel Nichols banished Paul Rose Monday from the courtroom for tlw of bis trial on a charge of kidnap- nutf and murder in the case of Kerre Laporte, former Quebec labor minister who was slam Oct. 17. Mr. Justice Nichols said he believed it was the first time in Canadian jurisprudence, that such a decision had been made and "I accept the foil responsi- bility." When Rose came Into court for the afternoon session, the judge asked whether the 27- year-old teacher planned to amend his conduct. "That depends on whether you intend to continue with the same Rose replied. "I'm not an idiot." REMOVED BY POLICE The judge told police to take Rose out of court. As he left Rose shouted: "The comic opera continues." Mr. Justice Nicols then said that since the trial started Jan. 25 "I have tried to show pa- tience." "I have given the accused many warnings and found him in contempt or. one occasion. I cannot permit the degradation of this court owr which I have been asked to preside." Mr. Justice Nichols went on to say the Criminal Code en- ables a judge to exclude tie accused for all or any part of his trial if he persists indis- rupting proceedings. He said it was an "extremely serious" decision to expel an accused and he believed it was the first time in Canadian legal history such been taken. "The time has come when I absolutely must take this ac- he added. He noted that Rose had re- ferred to the court as a "coto- detisicn had I nial a "front lor the es- and maintained Girl's slayer given remand TRAIL, B.C. (OP) Lau- 13, also of Frultvale, ed for 30 days' psychiatric ex- i of Salmo, about 40 miles from animation today when he ap- j peared in court here p Uce CUNNINGHAMS _...._. ni ITV Yrt CCD) "IT WAS REAUY TOUGH" Bob Benson son of Finonce Minister Edgar Benson, ond his wife, Maureen, p ay with daughter Shelley in their Kingston, Ont., home 33 that Bob is back a. work. Bob was for a month this winter and spent four weeks shuttling be- tween Toronto and Montreal looking for a He said "it was really tough.' Hooke says government Socred in name only RED DEER (CP) A. J. I today is "Social Credit in name Hooke, Social Credit member of the legislature for Rocky Mountain House, said Monday that the Alberta government Veterinarian services need shows growth RED DEER (CP) The de- mand for veterinarian services is growing and diversifying, says Dr. R. S. Butler of the Western College of Veterinary Medicine at Saskatoon. Until a few years ago, most veterinarians were employed in either small or large animal practice but now are sought by the feed industry, for various types of research, teaching and specialized practices. Dr. Butler told delegates to the Alberta Veterinary Medical Association mid winter con- ference that new diagnostic methods and treatment techni- ques were mostly responsible for the increased demand. In the future, interest in the profession will be greater, he said, and educational facilities should be used efficiently to meet the needs. only." Mr. Hooke, a member since 1935 when William Aberhart swept the party into power, said in an interview that the government is not doing any- Saskachewan leader quits SASKATOON (CP) Ed- ward Nasserden, leader of the Saskatchewan Progressive Conservative party, has ten- dered his resignation to presi- dent Don Swenson of Regina. In filing his resignation, Mr. Nasserden said he may seek the leadership of a new party to be formed by a union of the Conservatives and provincial Social Credit party. A founding convention to unite the two parties has been set for Feb. 26-27 in Saskatoon. A. J. HOOKE thing that a Conservative gov- ernment wouldn't do. Government policies in "many ways are contrary to what we advocated and what we did for years." He cited as an example that old-line Social Crediters ad- vocated elimination of public debt "whereas today we're go- ing into debt." Mr. Hooke did not seek re- nomination for the next pro- vincial election. VARIED INVENTIONS In the 15th century Leonardo da Vinci designed parachute, planned model cities, and in- vented a submarine. Sportscaster faces charge LOS ANGELES (AP) Stan Duke, a sportscaster for televi- sion station KNXT here, has been booked for investigation of murder in the slaying of a Los Angeles radio reporter. Duke, 34, was arrested at the home of his estranged wife, Faye William Duke, police said after Averille Herman, 56, a reporter of KGF.I radio, was shot to death. Officers said Herman was found in the bathroom of Mrs. Duke's house with bullet wounds hi the stomach and arm. Duke had recently become one of the better known Negroes in Los Angeles television news. CENTRE VILLAGE PHONE 328-8442 Rose had accused the judge of dishonesty and made threats such as "when the FLQ has finished with you guys, there SALE DAYS Feb. 10th to 13th 1971 TWO PHARMACISTS ON DUTY TO SERVE YOU VALUES SHOP NOW AT THESE LOW, LOW PRICES! SUAVE Shampoo 12 oz. SUAVE Hair Spray IT 10 oz. BRIGHT SIDE Shampoo I19 10 M. Deodorant pM k I T niiscented VASELINE tre Lotion With pump 37 New 18-oz, J size JBI DESERT FLOWER ISand Lotion FACELLE ROYALE TISSUE Man Size large 2 for Window Box White Pink, Tellow, IJUu) 2 for 75C 65 MOIRS 'Pot of Gold or ROWNTREES BLACK MAGIC CHOCOLATES Your Choice 1-lb. box. 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