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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE HERALD-TuMday, February Eaton's 45th Anniversary Sale is now on and will continua through Saturday, March 2nd. Check the big colourful Eaton Anniversay flier in tonight's Lethbridge Herald. Buy Lino 328-8811. Values galore throughout the store. Use your Eaton Account... Credit Terms Available. SUNBEAM SMALL APPLIANCES AT ANNIVERSARY SALE SAVINGS What the Sunbeam Curl-Stick is 9.99 Curl-Stick is a "super" curling iron, light years removed from the funny things grandma used to use. It has been designed from tip to end for today's girl and to- day's style. 30 watts and thermastatic control assures Curl-Stick will deliver steady even heat. Model CW2 Sunbeam Automatic Radiant Control Toaster 16.99 Here's a dandy toaster you'll want for your own use or to present as a gift. Smart in appearance and fea- tures radiant heat control and with a long life heating element. No. AT45 Sunbeam Steam and Dry Iron 11.99 A dandy Sunbeam steam or dry iron every housewife will want to own. Features stainless steel tank and wash and wear temperature control. Sunbeam 7-Speed Blender 29.99 Deluxe 7-speed push button Sunbeam blender. Fea- tures 7 positive speeds. 1 control button. Con- venient 1 oz. measuring cup in jar cover. 5 cup blend- ing jar. Removable blade assembly for easy clean- ing. You Get More From Sunbeam Irons 19.99 It's new. SW1 Sunbeam "Today" iron. A combination of ideas in one little blue iron. A shot of steam iron plus a hand steamer that's compact and weighs less than 2 Ibs. to travel light and tight. Instant push but- dton steam power takes care of stubborn wrinkles, sewing, seam pressing and sharp creasing. Sunbeam Multi-Cooker Frypan 29.99 New deluxe multi-cooker frypan. Teflon buffet style, large size. Avocado. A luxury new look in cookware for everyday, or special day use. New deep wall 12" pan provides 95 square inches of cooking surface. Dupont Teflon 11 coating, extra hard for non-stick cooking. Fry guide and recipe book included. No. FP610-F. Small Appliances, Second Floor FACT All mattresses are not born equal Only Beautyrest'has the "The Hidden Difference" of individually pocketed coils. it's a difference you can feel In a Beautyrest, each coil is in its own individual pocket of fabric, not wired to its neighbour, as in conventional mattresses. This means that each coil can give where your anatomy applies pressure, yet "resist" and support you without being dragged down by its neighbour. There is none of that "hammocking" effect that is inevitable when ordinary coil springs are wired to- gether. All Beautyrest mattresses and box springs are Beautyrest Back Care 1 Queen-Size Mattress and Box Spring..... 320 00 fvrnilure. Second Floor Otter Simmons mattresses and box springs available. Shop Eaton's 45th Anniversary Sato Wednesday to Check your Eaton colourful 20-page Anniversary Sale flier In tonighf Lethbridge Herald. Vetoes galore throughout the store. Use Your Eaton Account... Credit Terms Available. Best marksman Toronto policewoman Patricia Clarke shows the miniature-revolver cuff- links she won in Toronto for being best marksman of 100 Metro Police College graduates. She was the best shot with all firearms. Maj or reforms urged in justice system OTTAWA (CP) Major re- forms in the system of criminal justice, including the removal of the game element from trials, was proposed Monday by the Canadian Criminology and Corrections Association. The association, whose members come from government and the private sector, called in a brief for lay assistants for judges, compensation to victims of crimes and removal of crimes without victims from the law. To a large measure the brief to the Law Reform Commission of Canada was a call for greater public involvement in the writing and administration of law and greater government recognition that this participation is needed. Thus government would take cognizance of public opinion when writing laws and deleting others; lay assessors would assist judges in determining guilt and setting sentences and advisory groups would be involved in various areas of justice. "It is essential that the public become more involved in the administration of the brief says. "In that way, a body of in- formed citizens will be created who can take the lead in ensuring that a high standard of criminal justice is maintained." The association seeks en- trenchment in law of broad principles, understandable to the public, on what the law is all about. HELP PUBLIC This would inform the public, assist the judicial system in interpretation of the law and assist courts in passing sentences. These principles would be as solidly entrenched as the Bill of Rights which is supposed to override all federal law. The association took cogni- zance of public opinion when it struck against the Perry Ma- son's of this world. "Many Canadians are of the opinion that a criminal trial in this country is more of a game where the best equipped team wins, than an objective effort to learn the the brief said. It proposed several changes to remove this game element, including making both sides of a trial fully disclose their information in advance of preliminary hearings, giving a judge increased scope for questioning and calling of Leger visit announced VICTORIA (CP) Governor General Jules Leger and his wife will arrive here April 6 for a four-day visit in the greater Victoria area. Provincial Secretary Ernie Hall announced today. He said it will be the first official visit to a provincial capital by the governor general since taking office Jan. 14. witnesses and changes in the rules of evidence. It would allow a good major- ity of a jury to decide a verdict rather than the present requirement for a unanimous decision. And it would incorporate what one official called a little jury system under which two lay assessors would assist a judge in a trial without jury. These assessors, specially trained for the work, could outvote the judge in determining guilt or innocence but would have no say in the conduct of the trial. Lay assessors also would be used in jury trials to assist judges in determining a sen- tence. The brief says: "The use of lay assessors would have the advantage of bringing members of the public directly into the oper- ation of the judicial system, supplementing their present participation through jury duty. "This would help ensure that public attitudes and the law do not get too far apart and would provide a core of informed citizens who could take a leading part in pressing for needed reforms." The brief said no conduct should be defined as criminal unless it is a threat to members of society. Under this principle nuisance laws such as some dealing with obscenity and crimes without that hurt only the person who perpetrates be struck from the law books. "If these principles are adopted, many forms of socially undesirable behavior will simply be tolerated and no state interference will take it says. Alberta 'duty counsel' plan being developed CALGARY (CP) A "duty counsel" plan to guarantee immediate legal advice to everyone who is charged with a criminal offence and to provide training for articling students is being developed by the Alberta Legal Aid Society, Lawrence Hutchings, the society's deputy director, says. He said in an interview that the plan, to be introduced in April or May, is being developed in co-operation with the Alberta Law Society which has agreed to make a one-week stint at the courthouse a required part of the future lawyer's training. Under the plan, an articling studerft will try to make himself known to everyone in custody "perhaps by going to the cells in the morning and talking to Mr. Hutchings said. "He will be able to inform them about legal aid, take applications for a regular legal aid lawyer, make guilty pleas for the accused or make bail applications to the judge on his behalf." The purpose of the plan is to provide the accused with "basic representation" until he finds his own lawyer or one is assigned to him by legal aid, and to "prevent some of the injustices that occur when people do not understand what is going on because they do not know their legal rights." 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