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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wedne.Jay, Morch 14, W3 News in brief No crime cotilrol need EDMONTON (CP) The Al- berta government has given no directives to the RCMP to con- trol the spread of organized 'Lmc in the province, Attorn- ey-General Tuesday. Morv Leilch said He told the legislature control ot such crime is a responsibil- ity of the federal force "and I Leuesfjite warns Quebecers haven't seen any need lo giv them any directives in area." Replying to George Ho-Lei the min ister said there were no plans for legislation to help control th spread of organized crime i the province. MONTREAL (CP) Quebec is undergoing a renaissance that may be suffocated it it does not achieve independence Reno Levesque said Tuesday. The Parti Quebecois leader told 400 members of the Mon- treal Chambre de Commerce that federalism has given the province only "minimal" con- cessions and slowed down its evolution in areas lite social affairs. The'rest of Canada Is mor open now to the idea of inde pendence than it was five year ago. "We have bargaining power Ontario won't refuse the mar ket for the 35 per cent of it. sales now coming into tlii Senator's assailants charged WASHINGTON (AP) Three young men, charged in the holdup-shooting of Senator John C. Stennis (Dem. were arraigned Tuesday in U.S. Mag- istrate Court. The oMort, Jolm S. Marshall, 21, was placed on bond while his brother, Tyrone, 18, held in lieu of Derick Holloway, was re- manded on bond. The three, arrested Monda) night, were charged with arme s ofi muscles and when democracy and sanded flexes muscles (he ripple Highway, Calgary through to Revels toVfi has been will be heard around the followed ths MLA "Tho whole world is looking at B.C. because no one thought such a bill could be brought now in a free, rteinocrntic loR- islalurc." ler driving condition. Banff-Radium and Jasper highways have also been plowed and samled, however there arc a few slippery sec- tions. 75 per cent loading restric- tion has been placed on High- way 61 from the east junction Highway 36 fo Foremost and from 1 mile south of Foremost Banff- lo Manyberries. '0 ;