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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUND HANGED Rich- ard Pierre Antitinc Bros, 25, a naturalized Canadian, de- scribed as a sympathizer of the Front de Liberation du Quebec, was found hanged in a jail cell in London, Eng- land. Bros, a native of Som- mirsgarde, France, w a s picked up on minor assault charge. Hanged man wore FLQ bracelet LONDON (CP) Police said today that a mail found hangec in a jail cell here Sunday was wearing a name bracelet carry fag the initials FLQ. Richrd Pierre Antoine Bros 25, French-born with a Cana dian passport, apparently ha< hanged himself from his cei bars with his twisted-up shirt a day after being arrested on a minor assault charge. His body was found shortly before lie was due lo be ques lioned by Scotland Yard's Spe- cial Branch, evidently because of his connection with Front de Liberation du Quebec, which kidnapped British Trade Com- missioner James (Jasper) Cross in Montreal Oct. 5. Bui police said today there seemed no connection between professional and the Cross kidnapping. The dead man's Canadiar passport showed that he hat been living here since 1967 ant in that time appeared to have travelled only to France, the birthplace of himself and his wife. An inquest Into the death ol Bros opened today but was im- mediately adjourned tentatively to Dec. 22 for a pathologist's re- port on a post-mortem. While the police were highly reticent Monday on the nature of the charge against Bros, it turned out today that he hoc been in an argument with his landlord and the landlord lodged a charge that Bros beat him with a stick of kindling wood. The Daily Mirror said Bros was the man who disclosed an FLQ plot to assassinate the Queen when she visited Canada in 1964. The tip led Canadian po- lice to organize their biggest se- curity operation up to thai Ume, the newspaper said. When he was arrested here, police said they found FLQ lit- erature in Ills home. In his pocket was a clipping telling oi his arrest in Quebec seven years ago on terrorist charges. Bros appeared in the Court of Queen's Bench in Montreal in November, 1963, with two oilier men on charges of conspiring to set fire to a Montreal armory. Bros pleaded guilty and was given a one-year jail sentence. Container sliip oil lier maiden ocean, voyage SOUTHAMPTON, England (CP) The Dart Eu- rope, described as the world's largest container ship, sailed from here today on her maiden transatlantic voyage. She is carrying cargo to Halifax, New York and Norfolk, Va. Dart Europe is operated by Dart Containerltoe, a British- Belgian-Canadian consortium that includes Clarke Traffic Services Each of the three companies involved is providing one ship. Bart America, due to enter service next week, is owned by the Canadian company. The iliird and British-owned vessel is scheduled for service next spring. The three ships and ancillary dock equipment here are cost- ing Uic consortium about ?C2.3 million. DRIVE ATTRACTION NOTTINGHAM, England (CP) A man has stopped Not- tinghamshire motorists blocking the entrance of his garage by daubing the word "sex" in large letters across the drive. Under- neath he added: "Now we have drawn your attention to it plcasn do no park __________.......____________________ Wednesday, November 25, 1970 THE U1HBRIDGE MERAID 13 MENS ANO BOY HOT NUMBEBS FOR COOL SEASON Here are Nine Good Reasons why the men in your family will stay warm and comfortable during Winter's Colder Daysl MEN'S 40" TOPPER COAT A. Always In season and in style. Tailored In lustrous back" fabric (Antron and Zip-in lining of warm pile with half Raglan shoulder and fly front styling. Beige, Rust, Navy. Sizes: 36-46. (All sizes not available En all colors.) Men's "Safari" Jacket the man wn-s wants fashion, durability winter comfort, and warmih, Sfyled with four pock- els and self belt. 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