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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta WINDY FORECAST HIGH SATURDAY NEAR 70 The LetUbridge Herald ? ? ? ? * LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1970 PRICE NOT OVER 10 CENTS TWO SECTIONS-26 PAGES Ottawa Invokes War Act To Outlaw Que. Terrorists Trudeau Takes Action With rDeep Regret' GUARDING MONTREAL - A �*y�l tt*f Regiment soldier stands 9^x6 bftV�� Thursday after Premier R�b�r� t�*�^*�# �M in the army to "protect the Qu*b#� W4 public buildings. "Montreal'* tf�w~�*wrt �!� dwaofftt* country such as Oanada, it can b&�*tt ***** So the manner in which CarvxJ* Nmicrtin **� uation is watched closely. Few talk of it openly here. But tn�#* i� m� '!t during the 25th anniversary erUrf*�.'..**t� ,4 am 1% One can look anywhere in l1^ ase***. ^wf .�* * guard, either American or L'N. But while there is concern �v skxjjhWv wi tta* building full of diplomats,, there U U�.:� ri�i& .v/suable for the victim, in this cat* C'amwto .os*�f. h* bwwgM before an international forum. A ei*****^ tdffenftg from one of many other probkjm. iMt^ri^i IwistfiWB for instance, can come here and dmruxmtt ^w.n fr�yra the world-even although the hijst'iu*^ be lis* result of internal dissention. Eventually there may he strong tak**^ w&mf** tional law to make such piracy ui^ntJ.aj:^iu There is no such relief froic buJn&fr&f^ There was a move earlier in the -a^ntm General Assembly to bring in a rfce�>u*m*4i. tn*t *'iii!d call for international law that would >a a taufif.ry to take all means to preserve tr�e Life ,,t i^uhua^. That apparently would have tiu^ju ifc^r ^efeme&A would have to give in to kidnaM*r>�. It got nowhere. About all one country can db to htei^ ifiMWf fering from this kind of kidiia^n/j^ ^ ever reluctantly, to accept "pvhlttai u.t,ii�tc tt&A as ransom. Or perhaps a country eouUj igr&t a�,f. y, mxfl these prisoners. Each diplomat in the world, &