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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 'Vive le FLQ' cries echo through court Tuatdya, March 2, 1971 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID - %l MONTREAL (CP) - Cries of "Vive le FLQ" echoed through a packed courtroom Monday as trial dates were set for a long list of persons arrested under the War Measures Act. Third Liberal candidate nominated EDMONTON (CP) - The Alberta Liberal party has nominated a third candidate for the next provincial election. E. R. (Danny) Daniels, a 42-year-old University of Alberta graduate student in educa-tional administration, was nominated for the Edmonton Jasper Place constituency. The Liberals, who presently hold no seats in the 65-member legislature, plan a leadership convention next month. Labor leader Michel Char-trand began the series of out-bursts when he complained about the delayed start of his trial on a charge of membership in the outlawed Front de Liberation du Quebec. Chartrand, free on bail for two weeks, said he and four others were originally supposed to go on trial in January after their arrests and detention Oct. 19.' But now he, lawyer Robert Lemieux and radio producer Jacques Larue-Latiglois had to wait until May 3-second term of Court of Queen's Bench. The bench's March assizes began Monday. The co-accused-author Pierre Vallieres and teacher Charles Gagnon-will stand trial April 26 while their trials on other charges dating back to 1966 will be heard next Monday. Both have been refused bail and made quiet appearances Monday. But Jacques Rose, one of four persons accused of the kidnap-murder of Pierre Laporte, former Quebec labor minister, was hustled out of court when he shouted the FLQ slogan and called the Crown lawyers "imbeciles." His trial date is April 13. The trial of his co-accused brother Paul is in its second month and April 13 trial dates were set for two other men facing the same kidnap-murder charges-Bernard Lortie and Francis Simard. More than 2S0 persons awaited trial dates on terrorist and criminal counts, besides the four facing the major murder charges. All four are also accused of membership in the FLQ, advocating or promoting the illegal acts of the FLQ and advocating the use of force or the commission of crime to change government in Canada. The Rose brothers' sister Liae, accused of FLQ membership, complained of conditions in the Tanguay women's prison, but Mr. Justice Roger Ouimet told her the matter is outside his jurisdiction. "Long live free Quebec," she shouted after being given a May 3 trial date. "Long live the political prisoners." Also given similar dates on the same charge were: Lise Balcer, Andree Feretti, Frederick Vickerson, Pol-Jean Chan-traine, Robert Langevin, Jean-Luc Arene, Pierre Beauchamps, Jean-Francois Brossin, Gerard Lachance, Andre Lavoie, Gilles L'Esperance, Clement Roy, Luc Samson, N o r m a n d Turgeon, Gerard Pelletier, Jocelyne Des-patie, Pierre Bourret, Jean Jacques Leroux, Ginette Cour-cele, Jacques Geoffroy and Francine Belisle. Many of them also face trial at other dates on other charges arising from Quebec terrorism. Jean Boisjoly, facing four charges that include FLQ membership, was given an April 5 trial date while brothers Gilles and Raymond Cormier, also accused of FLQ membership, will stand trial March 22. Nine persons charged as accessories after the fact in the Laporte kidnap-slaying were given an April 13 trial date. They are: Francine Belisle. ha* brother Francois, Richard Therrien, Louise Verreault, He-lene Quesnel and bar mother Denise, Yves Roy, Robert Du-puis, Calude Lariviere and Michel Viger. Colette Therrien, brother of Richard, will stand trial March 29 on the same charge. The charges of murder, kidnapping and being an accessory to murder or kidnapping carry possible life sentences while any charge involving the FLQ is punisihable by a fine of $5,000, five years in prison or both. COPPER PRODUCTION Canada's annual production of copper varies between 250,000 and 300,000 tons. THE WAITING GAME - The waiting game may be nearing an end for ships stranded in the Suez Canal since the Six-Day War of 1967. Recent Mideast maneuverings make reopening of the canal a real possibility for the first time in almost four years. Ships above are among the 15 which have been maintained by skeleton crews. All but two - both American - are reported ready to sail at any time. 4,000 at funeral PARIS (Reuter) - About 4000 admirers packed the sidewalks outside a Paris church were the funeral service was held for French comic actor Ferniandel 67 who died here. WAR FOES MEET BONN (Reuter) - A delegation of Soviet War veterans has arrived here for a week's visit at the invitation of the German War-injured Association. The visit is the first of its kind from Russian veterans. Jews emigrate TEL AVIV (AP) - Six new immigrants from the Soviet Union arrived here Tuesday and said nine other Jews have been given permission to leave Rusia. It's here. The charge card for people who said they'd never use one. We designed the Chargex Card with this in mind. You see, Chargex* is basically a family card. And we put a family-type limit on it. So you won't "get carried away". This way, you really don't have to worry about spending more than you should. And right now is the time to get in on it. 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