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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, October 19, 1970- U.S. Officials Watch Closely By ROD CUHIilE WASHINGTON (CP) Amor leans reacted with shock and ai overriding sense ol foreboding Sunday to news of (lie kidnap slaying of Quebec Labor Minis- ter Pierre Laporte. Foreboding because of the widely-held belief here that such terrorist aircraft hi- jacking and the holding of pas- sengers for political ransom- escalate in direct proportion to their degree of success and the publicity they attract. Among many Americans there is the feeling that it's just a matter of time before some United States militant groups undertake an adventure similar to the Quebec incidents. In this context, the popular feeling is that much in the way of future ralitant activity here will depend on how sternly and how effectively Canada handles the current crisis. Despite widespread public in- terest in the Quebec events, offi- cial Washington predictably ad- hered to the diplomatic cardinal rule of declining public com- ment on the internal affairs of another country. WATCH WITH CONCERN Still, coming as it does after a series of political kidnappings in Latin America, the Quebec events are being watched with particular official concern. The feeling among several U.S. officials who had discussed the Quebec situation privately, but not for attribution, was that much depends on how the Cana- dians cope with tins affair. This apprehension is evident In the quiet stepping up of prot- ective measures around U.S. of- ficials, government buildings, and foreign emissaries resident here. Politicians, away from Washington campaigning for the Nov. 3 congressional elections, also have been alerted of the danger. The Washington Evening Star, in a Saturday editorial, sug- gested that the fact Prime Min- ister Trudeau should be forced to invoke the War Measures Act was "a flue irony" in that "no- where in the free world could be found a leader more devoted to NOW TAKE A SENILE LAXATIVE From the makers of Take gentle-acting. Nature's Remedy! There is no letdown, no uncomfortable f after-feeling. is. an all-vegetable laxative. For over 70 years, N? has been giving folks pleasant, effective relief overnight. NR tonight... tomorrow alright! COATED.JUNIORS individual liberties and hitman measures." The U.S. has no war mea sures act but President Abra ham Lincoln at the time of th U.S. Civil War ordered th" Union army to "suspend th writ of habeas corpus for th public safety." Courts and Co! gress generally passed ove while suspected enemies of 111 government were arrester wholesale. NO PRESSURE Canadian High Commission er Charles Ritchie in Londo said the British government not putting pressure on the Ca nadian government to get Cros free and is not blaming Canad for the double abduction an subsequent shooting of Laporte "Have .no fear of what Brital thinks about he said Meanwhile, British Sunday newspapers applauded T r u deau's action in invoking form, of martial law. CARRIED BY BBC In London BBC radio report ed Laporte's death with the comment that "the unthinkabi has happened in Canada." In Paris, a group of 50 French Canadian students who began a "sit-in" at Can ada House Saturday the Canadian government for the slaying of Laporte. The assassination of Laporte for the life of Cross Became the top item of news on Sunday morning radio broadcasts-in Britain and many parts of Europe. Foreign Minister Maurice Schumann of France sent con dolences Sunday to Premier Robert Bourassa of Quebec. In Algiers Algerian rebels say they never used such cold- Hooded tactics as the FLQ in ;he slaying of Laporte. In Tel Aviv, a leading Israeli newspaper has placed some ol the blame on former French jresident Charles de Gaulle The daily Yediot Aharonot sale in an editorial. "The events in Quebec prov- ince are the harvest of the sect de Gaulle planted three years when during a tour ol Canada, he openly called on its French inhabitants to re- volt. Smash Spy Ring SEOUL (Reuters) South Corean police said Saturday hey had smashed a 22-man North Korean spy argest broken up since the enc 3f the Korean war in 1953. They aid the ring, led by Sun-Chan Chung, a 38-year-old North Ko- Communist party member, lad operated from Osaka in western Japan and Pusan in South Korea since 1953. Royalite Car-a-Week Sweepstakes WINNERS No, 11 and 12 John L. Buziak Peter Bueckert 2359 20th Avenue MEDICINE HAT, ALTA. 218 Taylor Street West, SASKATOON, SASK, We're giving away a zippy Toyota Corolla every week! So pick up your entry form from your nearest participating Royalite service station. (Use your Royalite credit card and we'H'enter you automatically.) This week's 115 winners (of watches, binoculars, radios, cameras, pens) are now listed at your Royalite station. Check for your name. Have you entered this week? the winners' circle. r There's a Festival of Sale Values at Eaton's Oktoberfest Starts Tuesday, Oct. 20th, Through Sat. Oct. 24th. Shop Tuesday for Terrific Savings! Watch For The Flyer in Wednesday's Paper. All these and many more items await you at Eaton's Oktoberfest Sale storting Tuesday. They'll be described fully in Eaton's Sale Supplement to be delivered with Thd Lethbridfle Herald on Wednesday, October 21st. Watch for it! Cheek all our advertised specials. Budget Charge your Purchases, No Down Payment. Take advantage of these savingsl WOMEN'S WEAR CRIMPKNIT PANT SUITS. Purple, red, black, brown, 1 t QQ wine. Misses' sizes 10.18...............SALE 77 4.99 YOUNG TEE KAYS. Navy denim jeans. Sizes 7 to 15................... SALE, each BOUCLE RIB SWEATERS. Colours: Purple, ivory, QQ navy, red, rose..................SALE, each PANT SETS. Black, blue, lilac and brown. Q Oft Misses' sizes 10-18...............SALE, 'set 17.77 SKI JACKET. Blue, navy, orange, gold and green, in AQ Sizes: S, M, L.......................SALE I NORTHERN JACKETS. Brawn or blue. 17 00 Misses' sizes 10 to 20...........SALE, each 77 CLASSIC CARDIGANS. Powder lilac, white and 1 n QQ natural....................... SALE, each V.7T V-NECK BELTED CARDIGAN. Natural, lilac and 1 O QQ bottle green................... SALE, each 77 CREW NECK PULLOVER. Natural, lilac and Q QQ bottle green...................... SALE, each 7.77 MINICARE BLOUSES. Short sleeve style. A Sizes 12-20......................SALE, each 1.47 WHITE LONG SLEEVE BLOUSES. A 00 Sizes 10-18......................SALE, each O.77 TWEED COATS. AN waol fabrics. Misses' sizes CO OQ 12-18, half sizes, each 37.77 TURTLE NECK SWEATERS. -I QQ Each 7.77 FORTREL PANTS. n QQ Women's Wear, Sportswear, Main Floor SLEEPWEAR, FOUNDATIONS GIRDLES. White only. 00 Sizes: M, L and XL.........'.'...........SALE O.77 7.99 SALE, each MED. LEG PANTIE.................SALE, eoch LONG LEG PANTIE. Q 00 Medium.........................SALE, each 0.77 FORMFIT "BELLING" BRAS...........SALE, each 3.99 BRUSHED ARNEL SLEEPWEAR. A QQ Sizes; S, M, each 4.77 BRUSHED ARNEL PYJAMAS. r QQ Sizes S M, I......................SALE, each 3.77 QUILTED HONAN ROBES. 1 A QQ Sizes: S, M, L...................SALE, each 4.77 SHORT QUILTED HONAN DUSTERS. in QQ Sizes: S, M, L...................SALE, each I A.77 Sleepwear, Foundations, Main Floor CHILDREN'S, GIRLS' WEAR BOYS' CHINO PANTS. n QQ Sizes 3-6x.......................SALE, each 77 BOYS' T-SHIRTS. Permanent press cotton. QQ Sizes 2-6x.......................SALE, each GIRLS' T-SHIRTS. Perma-press cotton. 1 PQ iizes 2-6x...................... SALE, each GIRLS' CORD PANTS. Cotton corduroy. n Sizes each A.47 INFANTS' COATS. Orion pile lined, n QQ with hoods........................SALE, each O.77 BOYS', GIRLS' JACKETS. water Q QQ repellent. Sizes 4-6x...............SALE, eoch 7 INFANTS' STRETCH NYLON JUMPSUITS. n nn SALE, each ;.....1.................... 0.77 BLANKET SLEEPERS. Of Durel, cotton, polynosic. Q QQ Sizes 1, 2, 3.....................SALE, each O.77 Children's Wear, Main Floor FISHERMAN KNIT STYLE PULLOVER. A nn Sizes 8-14.......................SALE, each 4.77 DENIM FLARES WITH FLY FRONT. n QQ Sizes 7-14...................... SALE, each O.77 DENIM JEANS-By Tee Kay. r QQ Sizes 10-14x..................... SALE, each 3.77 SKI JACKETS. Instructor length. 1 A QQ Nylon shell....................SALE, each 4.77 Individual Shop, Main Floor WALKING 7Q SHEERS.......................... SALE, pair 39 10 pairs Z.I 7 INCOGNITO 1 tO PANTY HOSE SALE, each I I SCARP AND TAM SET. m gn Bulky acrylic knit SALE, set 4.77 ORLON MULES. nn S. M. L.......................... SALE, oair SHORTIE LEATHER GLOVES. Wool lined SALE, pa UNLINED PECCARRY ir 7.99 GLOVES......................... SALE, pair 6.99 Hosiery, Accessories, Main Floor COSMETICS, PERFUMES, SHAVERS FRENCH PERFUME BY THE DRAM. O OQ 7 Reg. 3.00 to 10.00.......SALE, dram A.O7 to Cosmetics, Perfumes, Main Floor MEN'S REMINGTON ROLLECTRIC SHAVERS. -I nn Model 657. SALE, each I LADY SCH1CK CROWN JEWEL SHAVER. n SQ Regular 15.95................. SALE, each Shavers, Main Floor VERSATILE BAGS, PURSES. 7 nn 6 styles to choose from.............SALE, each Handbags, Main Floor DRESS FABRICS 48" PLAYTIME JERSEY. Imported from Englond,