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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta All parts of criminal justice system must work in harmony OTTAWA A federal paper on corrections released Friday says that all com- ponents of the criminal justice system must work in harmony if the system is to be successful. The tabled in the Commons by Solicitor- General Warren Allmand as a preliminary to a federal- provincial conference here next calls for increased co-operation among those in- volved in the judicial system Such co-operation protect individuals and mem- bers in including the offender by reducing the level and effects of crime and the report states. There was an urgent need to clarify the positions of the fed- eral and provincial govern- ments to provide more flex- ibility in their areas of jurisdiction so they could help each other in the problem of the criminal offender In- volvement of municipal private agen- cies and public was also recommended Each of these elements car- ried important respon- sibilities and interests in critical area of our social fabric-criminal share a common pur- pose and deal with a special problem group the of- fenders It said if the correction sys- tem is to help reduce the level and seriousness of crime in Canada it must have a com- mitment to a strategy of these four in order of sound correctional programs and a strongly co-ordinated ef- fort SPARK DEBATE In a preface to the 45-page Mr. Allmand said he hopes it will provoke lively discussion. financial costs of administering the criminal justice now ex- ceeding billion a are greatly exceeded by social costs to the victims of crime and the criminal he said in Canada and in other jurisdictions shows that the problems we face are intractable and permit no easy or rapid solution The paper says there should be improved working relation- ships between the corrections They gave R Ch Lethbndge Lethbndge 2 00 The Standord Children Lethbrldge 3 00 Raymond Coffee Shop Raymond 3 00 Tom and Lisa Lambert Lethbndge 5 00 Mrs M E Pollock Lethbndge 500 Lethbndge 5 00 Anonymous Lethbrldge 5 00 S Lethbrldge 500 Lethbndge 5 00 Mrs D Oseen Turin 5 00 Mrs Ida Taber 5 00 G W Morton Warner 500 Mrs T M Hamblm LethbridgelO 00 Mrs Blanche Craig Lethbrldge 1000 Warner Branch of Women s Institute Warner 1000 C E May Sherwood Lethbndge 20 00 Anonymous Courts 20 00 Anonymous New Dayton 20 00 Mr and Mrs J Dekker Monarch 25 00 Monarch Rainbow Sunday School Birthday Box plus 35 00 Downtown Lions Christmas Dinner Lethbrldge 37 20 Lethbndge 5000 Anonymous Coaldale 5000 Netherlands Reformed Congregation Lethbndge 10000 Anonymous Cardston 200 00 Total GENERAL FARM Presents The Weather SUNRISE SUNDAY SUNSET 4-31 Lethbridge Pmcher Medicine Grande Prince New Los Rome Lethbndge Mostly sunny winds W25 gustmg to highs 40-45 mostly sunny lows near highs near 45 Calgary Mostly sunny winds N20 gustmg to highs near increasing cloudiness lows near highs 40-45 Medicine Hat Mostly sunny gusty westerly highs near mostly sunny increasing cloudiness in late lows near highs near 45 Columbia Kootenay Region Today and Sunday Sunny with a few cloudy periods Highs the mid 30s Lows tonight in the 20s. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Snow showers spreading across northeast portion to- day and into southeast early tonight accompanied by gusty winds and turning colder Variable cloudiness and colder elsewhere with widely scattered snow showers over mountains today and tonight Partly cloudy Sunday with Chinook winds east of Rockies in afternoon Highs today 30 to 45 Lows tonight zero to 10 above northeast 10 to 20 elsewhere Highs Sunday 35 to 45 west 15 to 30 east portion West of Continental Divide Widely scattered snow showers over the mountains under mostly cloudy skies today Partly cloudy tonight and Sunday Highs both days 30 to 40 Lows tonight 15 to 25 GEHL 600 FORAGE HARVESTER Plan now to harvest the 1974 hay crop and eliminate Ihe high cost of baling. STILL A GOOD PRICE ON OUR PRESENT STOCK AT GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Coutts Box 1202 Phone 328-1161 Highway 1 reported bare and dry Widening of one mile sec- tion of Highway No 3 east of Fort Macleod is in progress. All remaining highways are in good driving condition PORTS OF ENTRY and Closing Carway 9 am to 6 p m Chief Mountain Coutts 24 Del Bonita 9 a.m to 6 p m Kmgsgate 24 Porthill-Rykerts 8 a m to Wild Horse 8 a m to5p m RoosevilleSa m system and the rest of the criminal justice system. as corrections management has good reason to contribute to the processes that precede sentences ad- so have the police and judiciary a valid interest in the performance of corrections it says. Hie paper says simply lock- ing the offender up neither society nor the Consideration of offenders as members of society was basic to their treatment But the first priority was control of the offender. At present overcrowding in federal institutions constrain- ed correctional activities. In particular the British Co- lumbia penitentiary in New Westminster and the Dorches- ter. institution were obsolete and overcrowded The penitentiary at Prince Sask was remote from the home communities of most prisoners. Majority of prisoners there are native people The paper mentions the possibility of making less rigid the formula under which those offenders sentenced to less than two years go to a provincial institution and those serving more than two years are federal re- sponsibilities It says there are cases where a provincial prisoner would be better off in a federal institution and a federal prisoner should go to a provincial prison. And it suggests considera- tion that the province handle the paroles of those offenders under its instead of leaving it to the national parole board Two crimes claims paid off CALGARY The Alberta Crimes Compensation Board announced here dis- posals of two one by a victim of a shooting and the other by a man who lost an eye in a robbery Patrick W of will receive 23 for earnings lost due to a leg wound which kept him out of work for 5Vz months as a carpenter Mr Schmaltz was shot in the right thigh when he went to investigate a disturbance in a southeast Calgary apart- ment Dec 1972 The board said Mr Schmaltz was not paid the full he would have earned during the recovering period because he received the balance of the amount in welfare payments Lawrence J of will receive He lost an eye after he was beaten and robbed in the city last April 13 The board said Mr. Nolan lost 35 in earnings because he was unable to work for two months as a cook The board deducted from it the amount he received from the Unemployment In- surance and 50 20 per cent of Mr Nolan's total loss for what the board termed his in accepting an invitation to go drinking in the apartment of a man he didn't know Air fare increase necessary OTTAWA Yves. Air Canada indicated Thursday that an air fare increase is necessary to meet the annual cost to the company of the government's new air tax is no way that we can absorb that kind of tax out of our Mr. Pratte told the Commons transport committee. The million in 1974 would amount to a fare increase of about three or four per cent. The government announced Monday that air carriers must pay a 80 tax for every pas- senger boarding their aircraft at transport department air- ports. How the air carriers deal with the tax is up to them Angus president of the Air Transport Association of indicated Monday the tax would be passed on to air passengers through fare increases Fare must receive Cana- dian transport commission me LCinDHIPUB nEHALU Obscure U.S. tariff change seen threat Dangles from rope An unidentified woman dangles from rescue rope prior to being lowered to safety during fire in downtown Rio de Janeiro building Kissinger may walk into hornet's nest WASHINGTON State Secretary Henry Kissin- ger may walk into a hornets' nest Mondaj when he faces North Atlantic allies in Brussels in an effort to mend the most serious breach in NATO since 1956 Some American officials re- gard the current NATO tur- much of it tracing back to the October Middle East as more serious than the strains caused when the United States opposed Anglo- French intervention in Egypt 17 years ago Here are some of the issues that likely will figure in the NATO meeting allies refused to support the U S in its military aid to Israel against the Arabs This split ranged from European declarations against Israel's occupation of Arab lands to Turkey's deci- sion to allow Soviet planes to fly over its territory even though they were obviously carrying weapons to Egypt and Syria Germany refused to allow ships carrying war sup- plies to Israel to leave German ports All NATO apart trom refused to allow U S planes to refuel on their territory while airlifting war supplies to the Jewish nation WASHINGTON The United States customs service has proposed changes in an ob- scure tariff regulation if may bury a sub- stantial part of Canadian ex- ports to the U.S. in red knowledgeable sources said Friday Canada sent nearly mil- lion worth of manufactured goods into the U.S. market last year which ran be affected by that regulation J. M president of the Montreal-based Canadian Export and representatives of individual Canadian manufacturers are scheduled to meet privately here Tuesday with senior customs officials to reinforce complaints they filed earlier in writing about the proposed changes Informants said the volume of protest and comment from Canadian and other foreign exporters and from a vanety of American interests is almost certain to have an im- pact before the customs ser- vice announces the final shape of the new regulations. Steven a customs service lawyer involved in the would say only that the form of the regu- lations has not yet been deter- mined1' and that the service is to arrive at a solution which won't hamper im- porters unduly COMPONENTS INVOLVED The regulations at issue cover cases in which goods manufactured in ihe U S are shipped incorporated into a larger and then shipped back for sale in the US Some examples include U S made components sent to Canada for inclusion in air- craft engines or frames that are later shipped back to the United or yard goods sent to Latin America or Asia to be made into clothing for sale on the American market Under the regulation as it the American-made segment of the imported product is exempt from customs duty and paper work has been kept to a minimum the current regu- lations have permitted what Keep Christ in Christmas Inserted by Knights of Columbus great gift Paul John Reno That Man on Your Shopping List Can Never Have Enough SWEATERS ___ Especially if they're by le of Scotland We've iust received a new shipment in'a were selection or colors and and best of all. they're af Black's' Pml Modtli John hMMlicUd the chOMn Prlnglc LAMBSWOOL CARDIGAN LAMBSWOOL V NECK CASHMERE CARDIGAN pncedatonly 37.50 priced al only 27.50 a real beauty at 70.00 Pringle Lambswool Turtlenecks.................. 27.50 Be a BLACK'S MAN Shop at Black's On Fourth Avenue MEN'S SHOP one informed American source described as lot of razzledazzle The customs service is understood to have imposed some million in fines last on im- porters from the Far East and Puerto abuses of the law. ABUSES REPORTED A typical abuse was said to involve attempts to conceal foreign-made goods under a U S label or to the percentage of American con- tent in a product. The customs service has proposed a change in regulations that would require complete documentation for each American-made portion of every item imported. The documents would have to be filed at the time of import and be certified by an American party who could vouch for all the facts The change would mean a flood of paperwork in many CANADIAN PORTS Canadian ports accom- modate 125.000 ship arrivals and 300 million tons of cargo every year cases and would effectively shut out imported goods in critics have contended Ted Rowland of the American Importers Associa- tion of New York said in a telephone interview that the association's members sup- port the customs service ef- forts to end abuses we have said in our brief to the customs service that it will be impossible to comply with the regulations as they have been he said The effect would be to drive many foreign out of the U S. market. INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD Established 1911 Lower Floor 517 4th Avt S Phone 327-1S41 A CHRISTMAS FOR WH0LE FAMILY BARBECUE SALE DECEMBER 8th to DECEMBER 31st. 1973 This SPECIAL BARBECUE SALE is made possible by a Manufacturer's Year End Inventory Clearance Stock Mark IV Barbecue Features portable cart rotissene kit 6 kabob skewers hose and dis conned Regular Christmas Sale Price........ per month for 10 months M45 Mark V Barbecue Features 383 sq ms in grill area and 163 sq ms in upper grill area Portable rotis- sene 6 kabob hose and disconnect Regular 4 Q fB Christmas Sale Price............. IO9 per month for 10 months Broilmaster Deluxe Gas Barbecue Not just a double barbecue but a complete outdoor cooking centre with two separate cook- ing compartments This barbecue will stew or smoke prepare a complete hot meal at one bake bread or a cake Use both sides as a grill for steak or hamburger Feeds up to 25 people Completely equipped Regular Christmas Sale Price....... per month for 10 months S279 ONLY 7 MODELS AVAILABLE see these barbecues displayed at canaDian Luesiern naruraL oas companv LimiTCD 410 Stafford Alberta. 327-4551 ;