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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Bourassa planning new move to prevent newspaper's sale By ANN LAUGHLIN QUEBEC Premier Robert Bourassa says the Quebec government plans further intervention in the proposed sale of Le Soleil because the of concentration of the press in Quebec is a serious one demanding priority In response to reporters' questions following the nam- ing of his new Mr. Bourassa said he did not know what form the intervention Krould take. The premier was asked to imminent on a request made to him by the Quebec Federa- tion of Journalists to prolong a three-month government-im- wsed moratorium on the sale the Quebec City daily to Paul owner of Montreal La Presse and to set jp a work group of outside ex- to study the matter. The noratonum ends Dec IS Newspapers in the QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mtchanic Capitol Furniture PHONE 328 Desmarais group now have SO per cent of French-language daily newspaper circulation in the province. will have to see what whether finding another buyer or convoking the committee on freedom of the press must be used in the Mr. Bourassa said The premier said the sale of Le Soleil and the whole ques- tion of press concentration would be placed in the hands of Fernand a new man in the new post of minister without portfolio with general cabinet re- sponsibility. KEEPS LANGUAGE Mr Bourassa also said the question of language would remain in the hands of Educa- tion Francois Cloutier. The premier's newly-coined battle cry of cultural sover- greater provincial control over such areas as communications to assure the future of the French language and be handed over to Denis new min- ister of cultural affairs Mr Cloutier previously held both the education and cultural af- fairs portfolios Mr. Bourassa said he did not rule out eventual changes in some of his cabinet portfolios but he had no such plans for the moment. Asked if he had had the backgrounds of his cabinet ministers checked before passing out the premier said he asked for police reports on all members of the Quebec national assembly last July. reports turned up nothing and the police don't have to he reminded constant- ly to turn over anything suspicious if it comes he said Mr. Bourassa's government was plagued by charges dur- ing the last session linking some political figures with the underworld. Before the new legislature session opens Nov. Mi Bourassa faces a number of nagging matters. He is to appear in court in Montreal today to show cause why he should not be cited for contempt of court in connec- tion with publication of a book on the giant James Bay hydroelectric currently at issue in another court case Native peoples of the James Bay area are seeking a court injunction to halt the saying it will destroy their way of life. Grits favor day-care centres REGINA leader Dave Steuart today dis- sociated himself from remarks made at the party's annual convention by Liberal MLA Dave Boldt who had opposed government sponsored day-care centres Boldt was speaking as an Mr Steuart said in a news release. remarks in no way represent the policy of the Liberal nor do they represent the thinking of the majority of Liberal party members Mr Steuart said he per- sonally favors government- sponsored day-care centres and idea that married women should not be working is unrealistic and out of touch with today's society and women's goals Isn't he cute Dr. Henry acquitted of abortion said that of a three-month-old baby attend- ing a party held by friends of the Montreal physician. The fashion UNDER the fashion for fuller The fashion today's looks shirt soft feminine looks And under them shape-makers designed especially for the bigger busted woman. Gentle persuaders that control and without digging and cutting. 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The party was attended by 60 friends and well- wishers following the dec. rendered by a Court of Queen's Bench jury. New evidence 1868 slaying Main Floor EATON'S Mass A Springfield gun ex- pert has evidence that he says may clear a man hanged 105 years ago for the death of one of the fathers of Canadian confederation Identifying the maker of a small rusty bullet could deter- mine whether James an Ottawa was justly hanged for the murder of Thomas D'Arcy McGee on April 1868 McGee's convicted killer was sent to the gallows in Canada's last public hanging Now Roy company historian at the Springfield Gun Manufacturing firm of Smith and Wesson is studying Whelan's newly dis- covered gun and the murder bullet loaned from Canadian archives Through dating and the serial Jinks was able to determine that the weapon belonged to Whelan Now he's turned his attention to the bullet When Whelan was police seized this gun from him and a package of cartridges made by C D a small-time manufac- turer who worked in and out of the Smith and Wesson factory was one of the most ob- scure manufacturers in the Jinks and his even were rare. If it can be determined that the murder bullet was made by Jinks we can say that Whelan was a very strong suspect and could have been the knowing that a C D. Leet cartridge was available to him only in extremely limited ____ _ But if the bullet was made by another then only the small chance that Whelan had more than one kind of cartridge in his gun stands between him and proof of his Jinks saK The the condition of the bullet It is covered with lead and this makes it hard to deter- mine the brand. would prefer to solve it without causing any damage or working the t in any Jinks said. the Canadian authorities would have to decide whether it was worth risking destroying a historic artifact The gun was turned over by an Ottawa who said at a hearing of the national capital commission .last month that it had been secretly kept by his family since the trial. 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