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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Police headed off repeat last fall of Quebec crisis OTTAWA (CP) action by t n f o r m e d police headed off what might have been a repeat last fall of the Oc- tober, 1970, crisis, SolicitOT-Gen- eral Jean-Pierre Goycr told the C o in rn o n s justice conimtilee Tuesday. Mr. Goycr said the threat was mounted again by the Front do Liberation du Quebec, a terror- ist group responsible for the two kidnappings that generated a crisis atmosphere in Montreal in 1970 ami led government to invoke the War Measures Act. Last October, Mr. Goyer said, "There were a lot of indica- tions (hot we could face a situ- ation perhaps not the same but similar to October, 1070." He listed the following: The escape from Archambault Penitentiary north of Montreal of "a few well known terror- two bank robberies; Hie slaying of a police officer; the slaying of an FLQ type during a bank robbery; the arrest of oth- ers during a bank robbery; theft of equipment from the Emergency Measures Organiza- tion quarters in Montreal; theft of car radio equipment from Quebec provincial police cruis- ers; the discovery of a hideout near the headquarters of the Montreal anli subversive po- lice squad; and the statement by Pierre Valiieres that he was going underground to "work in order to destroy government structures." Vf'Uiercs, a Montreal revolu- tionary, later surfaced and now is employed in a federally- funded project at Mont-Laurier, Quo. Mr. Goyer a 1 s a referred to "social disturbances and t e n- sions'1 in Montreal; a threat of strikes at community colleges, possible strikes in the labor force, and the call for a mass Wednesday, April 26, 1972 THE 1ETHBR1OGE HCRA1D 13 B.C.' CAMPAIGN VICTORIA (CP) The Brit- ish Columbia government lias a S210.W) "Buv B.C. to _mark_the an- turn to his client I o n! seemed to bo developing, liul. Produce" campaign in an" effort nivcrsary of the War Measures Act invocation. He added that some Informa- CONVICTED Ontario At- torney General Dalton. Bales said in Toronto he rec- nmmenrt to calrinRt that Jus- tire of Hie PUJICC Lome Tay- lor he dismissed for deroga- tory comments made while convicting Saleli Tzreig, a Moslem, of a driving offence. seeing Rose MONTREAL (CP) A neigh- bor said here site recalled hav- ing seen Jacques Rose Oct. S, 1970. near the Armstrong Si. house in nearby St. Hubert "where Pierre Laporte was held hostage for a week. Rose is standing (rial for the kidnapping of Jlr. Laporie, then Quebec labor minister, Oct. 10, 1970. The minister was found strangled a week later. Mrs. Gerard Laporte said she had seen Rose arrive with a white car carrying a fibre-glass hoal on top. She could not recall whether he was alone. She had seen him earlier and again sev- eral times the following week. She also recalled having seen man she knew as Paul INais, later identified as Paid Rose. Paul Rose, brother of Jacques, is serving two concurrent life terms for Ihe kidnap-slaying of Mr. Laporte. She told defence lawyer Rob- ert Lcmicnx she had not called police, but they had come to question her in the week follow- ing Jlr. Laporle's death. "They showed me more than 50 (he witness said. "f abmil four of them, having seen Ihem rccii- larly." Hand grenades kill JHanilans MANILA fAP) Exploding hand grenades tossed inlo a crowded town square early today killed 17 persons and in- jurcd nearly 100. including tbo governor of llocos Stir province, Red Cross officials said. Relatives said the altack was an attempt to assassinate C.ov. Luis Chavit Singson, Ihe fifth since he was elected last Nov- ember. His left elbow was struck iiy shrapnel. At least 42 persons have died in the last year in bailies he- twecn Singson's supporters and a rival group heacfed by his cousin, Vincent Crisologo. Both men have private armies. could not be made public. Ihe police were active, well in-: to promote inn-cased i-onsump In all, lie said, a parallel sit-! formed and "intervened at Hie linn of food grown in the prov- uation to that of October, 1970, right lime." MILK OF MAGNESIA MISS CLAIROL HAIR COLORING A. The natural looking crenie formult hair coloring. All shades. Each WOOLCO HAIRSPRAY B. Regular or firm hold. 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