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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Weclnc-srJcry, July H, Ombudsman overstepped mandate i I 'i I he US' of "The necessity and impor onir.RKn (CP) Ombiids- former dean oflaw at tic ance of this supervision a. QUEBEC (CP) Ombuds- man iwms Marccau admits he has overstepped the mandate handed him in May. 1969, in his efforts to shield Quebec citizens from injustice in their dealings with impersonal government bu- reaucracy. Tn his second annual reporl, (he former (lean of law at the University of Montreal went be- vond reporting the wrongs he, has righted and the complaints, he has dismissed to comment on j what he sees as some of the j causes of problems in the prov-; ince's system of administration. This, Mr. Marccau said in the! report's preamble, was not in-1 the US'. o ities drawn up in the lation establishing his post but! it should he pait of his role. j He is attempting to strengthen j the Quebec national assembly in its supervision of the govern- i menf and public service, he: wrote. Malaria epidemic feared NEW DELHI (Reuter) United Nations Children's Fund believes there is an imminent danger of epidemics of malaria and diphtheria among the East Pakistani refu- gees in India. A report by the UNICEF of- fice in India also said severe cases of malnutrilion, particu-1 larly among children, are on the increase. Arrangements had to j be made urgently to distribute j supplementary rations of pro- tein-rich food among at least mothers and children, it added. The taken to tackle the the water supply and sanitary ine.uken o i mndilions which it said "are 'an extremely grave situation will develop, in a matter of the report said. The other major priority for the refugee camps is to improve conditions which it said "are such as to defy description." The report did not mention the cholera outbreak which struck in May and June. The major problem is lack of transport. Unless steps jire Officials cheat PARIS (Reuter) A number of French government officials have been reprimanded for cheating on trips overseas. The annual report of the court of ac- counts, France's watchdog on spending, said some unnamed officials entitled to travel first- class flew tourist class instead and then collected the pi ice dif- ference from the airlines. August vote seen rrpdh nartv is planning to call fall sitting of the legislature to an election for late August. pass tax changes connected The favored date is Aug. 31 j with federal moves, although attention is also being, The paper said Mr. Sttom focused on the preceding five I favors a short. M-day cam- 5 are days, the paper said. paign, the minimum possible The Dartv and the Progres- under provincial law, which fctlfve would mean the would have been finding candidates be called July 23. _ for all the 75 constituencies and j Social Credit has a4 seats in hammering out policy "orms. FIRST ASSEMBLY There were 25 MLAs elected rms. The paper said an election on vacant. plat- Hie legislature with the Conser- vatives holding 10 and one seat the final day of August would overcome objections to a sum- mer vote which would catch some Albertans away on holi- days. Calgary school children re- turn to "classes Aug. 30 and Bull gores youth PAMPLONA. Spain (AP) A Pamplona youth was badly gored while running ahead of those in Edmonton are back at j six fighting bulls on their way the books Sept. 1. 'from the corrals to the arena i A later election is for a bullfight. Twenty-one oth- imibia. necessity and import- ance of this supervision and com'.rol have been increased by the considerable growth of state services the application of which has requited the delega- tion of the extensive powers to the executive." There appears to be as much a lack of communication witliin the government as there is be- tween the public and thfi ernment, he said. Mr. Marceau reported on 3342 complaints ranging from the outrages of alleged traffic violators to the grievances of persons unhappy with the prov- ince's manner of identifying highways by numbers. TREATED UNJUSTLY He also recommended that more than 100 persons arrested or subjected to police raids under the War Measures Act I during the October kidnap crisis I be compensated because they were unjustly treated. But he said many of the lesser problems could be han- dled quickly and might never occur if a conservative and often overcautious attitude was not so entrenched in the civil He emphasized his belief that it is the system and not the pei1- sons involved that lead to the hesitation and inaction endemic to most government administra- tions in Canada and elsewhere. "I have often asked myself, for example, if the multiplicity of super-imposed controls in- volving so many decisions could not simply be he tided. To complicate matters more, he said, legislators appear un- willing to outline laws con- cretely and clearly so as to make the work of those hand- ling them more easy. A solution, he suggests, would be to use persons who would be responsible for the day-to-day nf as administration of legislation as consultants '-i preparing bills, i IATEX HOUSE PAINT Semi-Gloss Enamel White only. _ Woolco Pritc Of Gal. 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