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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 4 THl irrHSBlOG! HEMklD Oetimbar 6, 1971 Dangerous parochialism Inadequate scheme abused By Maarice Ottawa commentator for pablJcationfl OTTAWA Trx; fault of Px.-j- roots Trhich are to be found la the unemployment ben C. Raetz is is his vievrs Mr. Mackssey's kgisiation. mess, speaks as a but tn his vocation, according to Mr. Eaetz rna'ie ttsro main o! tocial it is hh the revised of a cum- rxjints. The firr. had to do contention that the of the ber of notables "here, costs. It may be that his scheme "fa faiy slightly If Mr Baetz, p'jrsuir.s; other figure of S2.2 billion for 1STT2 than the snxwnt estimated for Interests, had achieved the Trill be diluted. Is any_case_it the tab-eduction guaranteed the West and the Atlantic provinces e fair and reasonable. in the cahi- them, clearly indicate a malaise that Evidentlv it is thouzht there aiflicts this 'ecu-try, the feeling that sKyti.-i be a strict limit on tie power where a man comes from is more im- tr" --iviai bv ministers with close portant than what he believes or can Quebec.' do. In the '.Vest, there is general du- Surely there's something av.-fully satisfaction that an easterner, albeit vcron? when so many can be per- is to be minister of agn- that unless a man comas from a nr-e t.'.ev speai r.or- have been -o cocsc'.e" each other. for saying it since they pnr-ir'T throcih. the financial It may seem remarkble in sent. Ln th-e eyes of the eniight- retrospect that Mr. Maczasey KfA, 'jr. "-retfare" could have been so rue of his First, the scheme is r.c-t beip- of tfce Car.a- estimates -'hen govenmect so ful to the poor; it deters un- or. Social Develoc- rareiy achieves anything like sKileri. pec-pie from is r-o-ie! the cesree of accuracy etc- seeicr.g since hi marry peKed. "on pain of penal'ies, of cases 'the p-aym-enis being pases. But Eaetz. regrettably, Presumably any Vrestenier, a certain area he cannot or vnll is apparent from the fact that wage ca.n receive S2T5.KO a year. Tr.ere is much almost belief in rcc-inatLon or talents, not do anything for that area. Or 15 the imDiicati'.'n that u a nian -n rs; j-seted comes from a certain locality, he can T a te upon to change or mani- puiate the rules to benefit that ic-cal- tie Baeu of for exampie. the litest report of farc-e thai they are re- their into the Economic In Aren't there any plain Canadians nv more? Penal reform ed into reversing positions on penal reform. S't-rne experiments may have t.o he and some others altered hut there is to be no rep-udia- of the direccicn taken by his values ori our society is sup- posedly founded. But fjndarnentaliy the changes being are simply dictated by pragmatic considerations. Todaj's emphasis on probation and caro.e or: emptying the prisons is net a mcllyccddlir.! of prisoners. It is an to get them back at the correctional system ror this CacadiariS jn-0 LvLng.'Success is not ;i-r-inol. achieved in ail instances but the ap- proach ihotiid be judged by all the cases and not just by a fe-s- highly have been uistisSted by publicized instances o: failure. The hearts." the changes have come about chairman of the National Parole because "realists" became ape-ailed Board has rightly objected to the by the wastefulness ot the system. picture given by another form- Lco'nng up people is _cri er iri-'fe _n a'recent'issue of V.'eefe- lives and money, especially vrhsn the rrigazlne. Since paroles chief re-suit seems to be in confirm.- jiave jranted to 41.7M p4rsons in? those Ln a Ui'e of crime. ofv.-hom ret-umed to prison. The Society is not being protected if failures are to be resn-etted but the offenders against the are mace successes cannot be_ ignored. these" offenders are reCimsd to EOC- Lng harsher treatment on prisoners ietv nxre trrlsted by their erper- has never solved the problem of: ien'cea they are a greater threat than crime. It ha.- only led to the ever. of crime. The ernotiorial vat- No ap-ology needs to be made for bursts that ___. the stxeecces ..e-s uemocrets arc other members ir.teressr.ed in st-reari of social e'fare. vThai'itr. Eaetz had tn say iL'M. the issirr- ance scheme not merely uncompiirLierjtary; comins from ham. i: dyEaraite. This may nov be the roast dansero-is the W be coos abovt it is far frfjm dear.The Prime J.EnivJir, b the course c hiia Ha ori the pr-n- T5S The professor hii iec- of Canatia. faiimg t.jre v.vho'i: carir.? 'xxj mxh ma rx.ves or even claw. tiori many, reaiiy. even by i ar.rf ivi: ciifn't seern the oriy Cana- the one prinrAd in the year. in ti-Js as in so rr-a.-.y predptta- the chief 'xpera'.wji: re- for the Arsb Urxis sl.v.e t.'X; rix-ciay of poiiey orcer by pf Ararxi L'X.0 I.-.raeii VirrJ da Met, -rto is 7i. as rafti j r-en leader. The doves, ac'.nr'ii.cfly. moved to block they regard a clfi for poorer rjy Day an. Tbey organized a series of trx? etcec-r.i ve Labor rxarry. The? P'-' the ffef.erx.e arj Finance Sawr, the deciared ajai.cst tiayan. ciri Prime IfirJ-srer Yijal Alior.. an cardidate for rrl.rje yxv. 5xi c.d sJyvr. tris rjtzSJT; K it car. hsrcy be e renis-.- if Ls iff. trrf orJy in r-'-TTirAri LLOYD R. Defends Commonwealth a.-. I rern-ernhxir ail -shx> tried try Empire, and fe 'corn- yiir wjrK erxamtea had rx: at hx.n-_e Cvrir to either HirJsrjir Eoar_ ociy recer.tiy ar.y paper tear yxj wafior, Fx., for the time. -iM Hair-i have saM so. The recerx. ed- Trxi Heral-i h a-! far sj ,-hat terrrxid Ear-Iy-r.-. a on thft !t joes, in saying of cornrrxir'-x: arxi irxi'js- les-i I havs ever seeri tn expect 'ienied colored try. FXJ to flood srxxher vrith either worth drof. of even Hitler'5 goods or in bVxxi. VTe yivt a.s veil trjit "rxjt to hia-.e for- thxi lot tx> hi.rri'. rxjt thxr ai freeze Ke eri for fsKXK'X. the party on oc- cvpatio; poiicy. in t h e parry, sre r.'xxi- era-.e say of the fiis- far more than the rr.ere io-.e of peace. rected an- pea! on that '.he tte Kaiv-. Tbsy do say-ar avaiiahie I.. u sr? sV. 2Tj. A ffi-w of ff-r- s or f: or r.3; T-.e vit I. 2 .5, i'j .V; J_- 5 -nesir'r.y sves the pre-.'.ir.r: he has hart to rfffxrf. this U X-" A-carfftrr; thft -wi'A a hit A i -x> ijrd vers i ty r. o> I "e rjslly try V; wreo-thir.? fior erJtry tte ash ca.i, fet. O'.r.'.'.'.rri v-v: Mr. sarrji yyi foi'y A. 'fit U !v to rr.fWA r.. if thLik trA sr'itfA1' Tf'itri Arab Of pay, pics prioritje- for ?1-. en rr.ore than e i srj. to inties-raw French arx! Erj-- to arxl iiki vote for thJ! Snt time spoarer.i.iy a .Tiany Caravans ti'Jir. for vo'ith srxj -zeifara pay- ?.ere a o' Pierre's I.- prvir-ve, ;f, irieai the a -eair.h be !r.s poL'icai "xx.t his in 3 oio-Xj of crjs.-i.sma i.3 by '.he result marie by CXr-'Xcr-.-iti'-es 'j-x: '.rx; arx! 0-x-. arxi tloe trx; v-er-ac-viever the lay-srx.'.f.. fei: T.-xieaj har: !o pre'.e-e the of Is to he i.ot esizi-.. The LetWmdge Herald r- HERALD aM P ihed b> W. A. fcL'CHA.'iA.'i SKRVLS ;