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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta g4 THt LETHBRIDG6 HERAID Saturday, Otlober 30, 1971 Rose is removed t roni courtroom MONTREAL ICP) A slimit tog match between Air. Justice Guy Mathiou and lawyer Robert Lcmicux and defence witness Paul Rose at an armed robbery trial Thursday resulted in nose being forcibly removed from court. Rose, testifying at the trial of Claude Morency on charges of armed robbery, conspiracy ami wearing a disguise, was hustled torn the court by police after he refused In stop talking about himself and start answering Crown questions. The 28-yesr-old former school teacher, sentenced last spring to life imprisonment for tlie mur- r'er of Pierre Laporte and cur- rently on trial for the kidnap- ping of the lale labor minister, said he responsible for planning and carrying; out the S5S.260 holdup at a University of Montreal credit union May 2S. 1970. After denying that Morency had any connection with (he r-bbery" Rose said he had mas- terminded the holdup as a "re- quisition of funds" for the Front dc Liberation du Quebec. It was "a kind of involuntary subscrip- tion" to the terrorist movement GAVE NO DETAILS lie refused to discuss his ac- tivities after when he was I not rehirwt for a Montreal leaching post, or provide details j about (lie FLQ. ''I have responsibilities. You won't learn anything about the FI.B and Us operations from me. When Mr. Justice Mathieu or- dered Rose ejected, Mr. Lcm- leiLN shouted "frameup." i respectable lawyer acts J like thai." the judge replied, or-; deling Mr. Lemieux to "keep i quiet" and to "behave or mea- sures will be taken." Rose, whose kidnapping trial has been postponed to allow him lo testify at Morency's trial, told the court Wednesday he carried out the robbery with Marc Carbonneau and Jacques Lanctot, two of seven persons Down to Cuba last Dec. 4 in exchange for the safe release of kidnapped British envoy James Cross. Dr. Finch freed from jail 12 years after slaying CHINO. Calif, i API -Dr. R. Bernard Find] was freed from prison Friday nearly I- years after he entered fur the love- Customs posts target BELFAST (APi Irish Flo- publican Army guerrillas blew up eight British customs posts along the Irish border today and bombed a British army post in Belfast, killing one soldier and wounding eight civilians. The soldier, a cook, died as he was making lunch for Scots Guards troops. The civilians, in- cluding their children, were in- jured when their house next door collapsed in fhc Roman Catholic Springfield Knar! dis- trict. The IRA, which refuses to recognize the border between Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic, struck in a half-hour co-ordinated bomb attack. triangle murder of his socially prominent wife. Finch, now Si. was a wealthy Los Angeles area physician when he was arrested in 1959 j for the murder of his wife, Bar- bara, 36, who had been found lying on a neighbor's lawn, shot in the back, her skull fractured. Finch's receptionist and girl- friend, Carole Tregoff. then 28, was arrested 10 days later and charged as a co-defendant. Both were sentenced to life imprison- ment after a jury convicted Finch oi murder and conspiracy and Miss Tregoff of second-de- gree murder and conspiracy. Miss Tregoff, paroled in 1969, works in a Covina hospital under an assumed name. Finch was granted parole more than a month earlier than scheduled because he has found employment and a place to live, spokesmen for the state depart- ment of corrections said. Slanfield lalks tvith Wagner OTTAWA ICP i Consurva- tive Leader Robert Slanfield has had at least one discussion with Calude Wagner about the former Quebec Liberal justice minister joining the party in a major role. Party sources said today Mr. j Stanfield has also held conver- sations with other prominent Quebecers in attempts to bolster the party in Quebec where it now holds only 75 federal seats, j Mr. Stanfield is understood to want Mr. Wagner as his Quebec lieutenant in the Commons. Mr. Wagner ran for leader- ship of the Literal party in Quebec but was beaten by Rob- ert Bourassa, now premier. Signs point to shakeup in China WASHINGTON (AP) U.S. Intelligence analysts say there arc increasing indications some of China's highest ranking mili- tary leaders may have been ousted in an internal power straggle. Reports from what were de- scribed as secret sources, pre- sumably inside mainland China, claim that Uang Yung-sheng, chief of staff of the Peoples' Liberation Army, has been purged. The same undercover sources j reported that the Chinese air force commander, Wu Fahsien, and navy political commissar Lee Tso Pang had been sent away for the American analysts said. The high-ranking trio has not been seen publicly since Sept. 10, shortly before signs of a pos- sible upheaval in the ealdership appeared. Recent U.S. intelligence as- sessments say the crisis ap- pears still unresolved. In Fredericton, Mr. Stanfield, said in an interview the report ATLR PRLDATOR was "nothing but pure specula-: The gar Is considered one of tion." the greatest enemies of edible "I wouldn't make any com-; fish, being almost wholly pisei- ment on he added. vorous in its feeding habits. QUALITY DRY CLEANING BY THE LOAD 8 IB. (NORMAL GARMENTS) PRE-SPOTTED AND AFTER-SPOTTED BY OUR ATTENDANT FAST SERVICE -USUALLY Hi HOURS -NO NEED TO WAIT -LEAVE YOUR LOAD WITH US -WE'LL DO IT FOR YOU AND HANG IT UP -CALL BACK LATER INDIVIDUALITY YOUR LOAD IS DONE IN ITS OWN DRY CLEANER Parkside Coin-Op Laundry Dry Clean Ltd. FIRST IN IETHBRIDGE WITH COIN-OP DRY CLEANING 2634 South Parkside Drive For Further Information Phone 327-0811 p.m. WEEKDAYS p.m. SAT. DOWNTOWN MERCHANTS ENTER EVERY WEEK! ENTER OFTEN! PRESENT TO A DOWNTOWN SHOPPERS' DUIiAluA IN OUR OVER PRIZES! Featuring 2 GRAND PRIZES! 10 WEEKS! (TILL DEC. 18th) 93 BIG PRIZES 9 PRIZES EVERY WEEK t CAR DRAW DEC. 24 TRIP FOR 2 DEC. 18 lirom AIR CANADA TRIP FOR 2 2 WEEKS IN JAMAICA MONTEGO BAY Leave Dec. 20, Jan. 3, 15, 29, Feb. 12 Retail Value from Of Course! 1972 FIRENZA THE FINEST IN LOW COST TRANSPORTATION Retail Value ALL ENTRIES ELIGIBLE FOR GRAND PRIZES! Prize Winners For the Week of October 23rd 1. Mrs. J. Habbelink Monarch 1 Commutation Tickatl for in Meali from New Moon Cafe 2. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Johnstons Lethbridgs 6 months Free Cable TV from Cablevision Lethbridge Ltd. 3. Mrs. E. Lynn Lethbridge GE Efeerric Frypan from Baksr Appliances. 4. Frank O'leary Lethbridge Pair of Ladies' Cloud Soft Dress Shoes from Camm'i Shoes. 5. Murray Beaier Cardston Singer Table Lamp from Tomorrow's Furniture. 6. Duoine Prosk Lethbridge Men's Mahogany Jewel Can and Lades Dubarry Bath Pow- der Gift Set from Stokes Drug- store. 7. E. Mcmde! Monarch Permanent Flower Arrangt- ment from the Marquis Flower t Shop. 8. Ron Lamb Calgary 5len Crce Mohair Blanket from McGuirc's Men's Wear. 9. Jack Lelekach Turin Oval Red Shag Rug from Sof- Wok Carpets. JUST 9 OF THE 93 PRIZES TO BE GIVEN AWAY BY YOUR DOWNTOWN MERCHANTS! From: Albert's Men's Apparel Ltd. 331-5th Street South Phone 327-2620 GIFT CERTIFICATE Cosmotique Ltd- 305-6th Street South Phone 328-1212 ELIZABETH ARDEN LUXURY BASKET PERFUME MIST, FOAMING BEAUTY BATH, PURSE PERFUME MIST, DUST- ING POWDER, FLUFFY MILK BATH, BATH SOAP, FLOWER MIST. From From: Fosrfield Appliances Ltd, 1244-3rd Avenue South Phone 327-6684 50 piece Premium Stainless Steel Flatware Service From: KRSSGE'S 4th Avenue, 6th Street South Men's Timex ELECTRIC WATCH From: (6th Street Store) DOWNTOWN KODAK INSTAMATIC CAMERA National Department Store 302 5th Street South Phone 327-2764 WOODS SLEEPING BAG From: From: From: Foster's Jewellery Ltd. 513-4th Avenue South Phone 327-4429 Gift Certificates May-fair Vogue Ltd. 311-Sth Street South Phone 327-3682 Hooded Full Length Lounge Coat Avenue Shoes 515-4th Avenue South Phone 327-2760 Pair of Ladies Naturalizer Shoes ENTRY FORMS AVAILABLE ONLY AT THESE DOWNTOWN MERCHANTS! ACTIVE TELEVISION SERVICE AIMRT'S MEN'S APPAREL LTD. ALEXANDRA HOTEL ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS AVENUE SHOES BAILEY'S KEYBOARD BAIRD'S SHOES AND LEATHER GOODS LTD. BAKER APPLIANCES LTD. BENEFIT SHOES LTD. BERT AND MAC'S CYCLE LTD. BLACK'S MEN'S SHOP CABLEVISION UTHBRIDGE LTD. CAMM'S SHOES CANADIAN FURRIERS CAPITOL FURNITURE (IfTHBRIDGE) LTD. CLASSIC COIFFURES COSMOTIQUE LTD. CLUB CIGAR STORE DALLAS HOTEL DON CALDER INTERIORS LTD. DON WILSON'S JUNIORS' SHOP DRAFFIN'S DOWN-OWN DRUGSTORE DOUG'S MUSIC AND SPORTS BUM-WHITE SEWING CENTRE (IETHMIDGE) LTD. RMCKSEN'S JEWELLERY EVE MARANJO SHOES F. W. WOOLWORTH AND CO. LTD. FMRFIELD APPLIANCES LTD. PARMNt STOCKMAN SUPPLY LTD. PAY'S APFARBL POSTMfS JEVmilRY LTD. FRACHE'S FLOWER SHOP FRANK WALKER'S MEN'S CLOTHES GARDEN HOTEL GAST HOME HARMONY CENTRE GENTLEMEN III MEN'S WEAR LTD. GUDHN PAINT CENTRE GREEN'S SHOE STORE HEINTZMAN AND CO. LTD. HAMILTON'S FLOOR COVERINGS HERB'S WESTERN WEAR HOYT'S DOWNTOWN IMPERIAL MOTORS AND TIRE SERVICE IMPERIAL WOMEN'S WEAR LTD. JORDANS RUGS KITSONS PHARMACY LTD. L-M ART-DOWNTOWN LEO SINGER MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE UMITtO MAJORETTE RESTAURANT PITER HALE AT THE MARQUIS MARQUIS FLOWER SHOP LTD. MARQUIS HOTEL MARSHALL-WELLS RETAIL STORE MAXINI'S LADIES' WEAR MAYFAIR VOGUE MACKENZIE JEWELLERS MtCRSADY-BAINES PHARMACY LTD. McOUIRI'S MEN'S WEAR MEDICAL DENTAL PHARMACY MODERN FASHION SHOP MUSKIAND SUPPLIES LTD. NATIONAL DEPARTMENT STORES NEW MOON CAFE NEW WORLD RESTAURANT NfW YORK FUR AND DRESS SHOP OSBORNE1 LADIES' WEAR RAWORTH JEWELLERY RAY'S RECORDLAND S. S. KRESGE CO. SAFfWAYS-DOWNTOWN SANDY'S JEWHURY SKMAN'S JEWELLERY SILK-04INA (LETHBRIDGE) LTD. SKELTON'S JEWELLERY LTD. SOF-WOK CARPETS LTD, SOUTHERN STATIONERS LTD. STAN'S MIN'S WEAR LTD. STATUTORY GRAPE BOUTIQUE STIRLING SHOES LTD. STIWARrS LADIES" WEAR STOKES DRUG STORE SWUT SIXTEEN LTD. SYIHRTS SHOE STORE TERRY HAND PHOTOGRAPHY THE PRIMROSE SHOP THE T, EATON COMPANY (CANADA) LIMITED TOMORROWS FURNITURE LTD. TOWN CHRP RESTAURANT TRACY'S HOUSE OF FASHION VAiui vniAei MARKETS LTD. VMNO Minn HAIR STYLING LTD. HAS ;