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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta JJ THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Saturday, JO, Help inmates Wootton By GLENNIS ZILM MONTREAL (CP) Prisons and hospitals for the criminally insane should be replaced by custodial institutions offering medical and psycWatric treat- ment, education, employment training and social rehabilita- tion while protecting society from the inmates. That was the conclusion Fri- day of Baroness Wootton of A b 1 n g e r, England, deputy speaker of the House of Lords and for more than 40 years a justice In the British courts. Speaking to the annual meet- ing of tha Canadian Psychiatric Association, Lady Wootton said criminal codes in the Western world try to compromise be- tween two radically-different and incompatible principles. The traditional idea is that the law is to punish the law- breaker with a degree of sever- ity proportionate to his guilt, she said. Recently, aided by psychiatry, a new principle that aims to find the most promising way of preventing future law- breaking is to use non-punitive, rehabilitative procedures. PROBLEMS ARISE Tho psychiatric principle of treatment for offenders has run into difficulty because it has not proved either efficient or suc- cessful, she said. "The moral of what has been said is not that the whole penal system should be handed over lock, stock and barrel to the medical profession or that tho entire penal system should be totally reorganized in conform- ity medical she said. "Making people better is different task from making them better she told about 850 psychiatrists. "You have been trained foi the first job. Docs it follow that you are equally well-equipped to undertake the SUCCESS SLIM Lady Wootton said medicine has not, so far, been conspicu ously successful in rehabih'tat ing offenders. "Many of the basic problems of criminology Involve mora and social judgments and on these issues doctors, an< even psychiatrists, are no better equipped to pronounce than any body else." Lady Wootton, an Internation ally-known sociologist and au thor of several books on crime and criminal law, also said tha SAND GRAVEL ASPHALT TOLLESTRUP SAND AND GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. PHONE 328-2702-327-3610 ie time has come to replace once-for-all-time sentencing ccision. She said a court should deter- line if an offender should be ocked up for the protection of ociety and should set a maxi- mum period of detention. However, "no court can have uch insight into the future as to able to deal with sensible ecisions about how an offender hould be dealt with, medically r otherwise, months or years ater." 3BITISII ATTEND The association's three-day annual meeting, which ends oday, brought together mem. icrs of the British Royal :ge of Psychiatrists and the Canadian and the Quebec Fsy. hiatric Associations for their irst joint meeting. More than 00 psychiatrists from Britain llended. During the meeting, Dr. M. N. Beck of Charloltetown was in- tailed as president of the na- ional association. He succeeds Dr. Gerard Beaudoin of Mont- Dr. Beck said the association nil open Its door during tho coming year to members from he related professions of social vork, nursing and psychology. Seize heroin CALGARY RCMP j-s it has made the largest seizure of heroin in Calgary history. Five persons appeared In court today on drug charges following the seizure of 400 cap- sules of heroin valued at more than tho RCMP said. They described the seizure as the result of a Joint Inves- tigation by city police and the RCMP. No bomb on plane PITTSBURGH, Fa. (AP) A chartered Uniled Airlines jet carrying Senator George Mo C70vern was evacuated on land- BRUTALITY OF WAR LEAVES ITS MARK-Young South Vietnamese girl, who suffered severe burns from fire as result of misplaced napalm bomb dropped by South Vietnamese Skyraider plane, is confronted by U.S. and Vietnamese television crews and South Vietnamese troops after tha mishap in area of enemy-occupied Trang Bang orea near Routs 1. Girl ripped off her clothes when they caught fire, apparently saving her life and decreasing the severity of burns. Hre bomb was intended to deploy enemy forces, but accidently hit civilians fleeing the area for safety. (AP Wirephoto via coble from Tokyo) Rains create havoc GLASGOW, Mont. (AP) Torrential rains continued to create havoc in northeastern Montana Friday as the down- pour stranded 10 families, washed out bridges and forced livestock to wade through belly deep water. A flash flood caused Cherry Creek, northwest of Glasgow, to overflow its banks, sending 10 families fleeing from their homes. The flood occurred after nearly inches of rain drop- ped on the area in a 24-hour period, over 114 inches in a six hour period. The national weather service reported heavy amounts of rain at Great Falls and as far south as Lewistown. Bain began to batter the area Thursday. Co-op fetes retail students PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Pincher Creek Co-opera- tive recently held a banquet for students who took part in the retail course. Held In tho curling rink lounge, It had for special guests Mr. Cope, Mr. Pinkney and Mr. Van Eden, co-ordinators of Mat- Halton High School staff, as well as J. Bobbins, vice- president of the co-op, and J. Oddie, secretary of the co-op, and department managers and key staff members. Trucker killed EDMONTON (CP) Jame, R, Darling, M, of RR I Cal gary was killed early todaj when a half-ton truck he wa driving and a car collided at a city intersection. Gilbert Beisil, 38, of Calgary a passenger in the truck, was in hospital suffering head injur ies. Driver of the car, Ray mond Stohr, 21, of Edmonton suffered minor Injuries. ng hero Friday because of a onib threat. Three persona rere Injured scurrying down ail mergency exit chute. The South Dakota senator, a anriidale for the Democratic iresidential nomination, w a s .ot hurt, aides said. No bomb was found during a search ot the plane. Tho threat, telephoned to New I'ork police, was received board the plane as it flew from York to Oklahoma City, vhere MeGovern was tc appear ,t a fund-raising dinner. Kennedy dismisses bodyguards WASHINGTON (neuter) Senator Edward Kennedy Dem. who lost two Drothers to assassin's bullets, ias dismissed his secret service ijodyguards, his office revealed Friday. President Nixon ordered pro- Lection for Kennedy after Ala- bama Gov. George Wallace was shot at nearby Laurel, Md., May 15. Kennedy, who accepted the protection only on a temporary basis, dismissed his guards be- fore he attended a memorial service for his brother, Senator Robert Kennedy, last Tuesday. The service was held on the fourth anniversary of Robert Kennedy's assassination in Los Angeles. President John Kennedy was assassinated in 19G3. ANNIVERSARY COWLEY (HNS) The Foot- hills United Church will cele- brate its 68th anniversary Sun- day, June II. Special obser- vance is planned for the oc- casion. Rev. Robert Griffith of St. John's Anglican Church is to be the speaker at the a.m. service. Lions Club of Lethbridge 18th Town Country 1000 CASH PlAY AT HOME NEWSPAPER BLACKOUT BINGO PLUS 4 loTNRuAs PRIZES CASH EACH Here's How You Can Win! THE PRIZE The first card wirS all numbers covered (blackout) will receive the grand prize of In the cots of more than one black out Ihe winners may "play- off" or split Ihe prize. THE BONUS PRIZE "L" Bingo has been called "X" winner Mrs. Francei Miflflr, Barani for the first "H" Down Ihe "B" row, down Ihe "O" row and acron the centre for tha first "Square1' all numbers filled down tho "B" row, down the "O" row, acroti the top TOW, across tha bottom row The bonus will be awarded to the first correct cards according to rotation of numbers called in case of tiei, prizes will be split. Bonus prize win- ners wrll have their cords refunded to them ploying for tho blackout bingo. CARDS ONLY EACH Get youn now and win or more Here are the numbers to date: 8-4, t-18, 1-25, N-38, O-66, N-43, G-58, G-56, N-41, O-72, N-32, 8-1, B-5, O-71, G-47, G-5S, 0-64, 1-17, G-60, N-34, 1-24, O-74, B-7, N-40, G-54, G-57, O-68, N-44, 1-26, B-8. 1-27, N-35, B-6, G-46, N-3I, B-I3, G-48. 1-22, G-53, N-3S, N-39, B-10, N-36 THIS WEEK'S NUMBERS: G-50, 1-16, O-73, G-5I, 1-30, B-12 Additional plui all numbers already callacf bo published every Saturday in the Herald WHEN YOU HAVE A WINNING CARD Phono 327-8670 immediately PROCEEDS TOWARDS LIONS CENTENNIAL PARK, AND OTHER COMMUNITY PROJECTS CORDIAL ATMOSPHERE Yugoslav President Joseph Broz Tito, left, and Soviet Communist Party Chief Leonid Brezhnev, presented this study during their Kremlin meet- ing Friday in Moscow. (AP Wirephoto via cable from Moscow) 'There is very little we mil be able to do' OTTAWA (CP) External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp said Friday thai oil spills are inevitable and that governments can do little more than demand the safest transportation of oil and good clean ups when spills happen. He told Uia Commons during a special debate, triggered by a recent oil spill near Cherry Point, spread to Cana- dian demand for oil in North America Is growing. New refineries and transporta- tion routes to handle Increasing fuel oil needs are the "pattern of the present and the future." "There Is very little we will be able to do except to provida for moving that oil on the safest routes and making provision for dealing with spills which will inevitably occur some time in the future. Mr. Sharp said the govern- ment has tried to convince the U.S. to give up plans for an oil tanker route along the B.C. coast to carry Alaskan oil to Washington. NATIONALLY KNOWN COMPANY REQUIRES SALESMAN TO COVER LETHBRIDGE AND COUNTRY TERRITORY Established territory with established accounts Salary plus bonus, ail expenses paid Normal company fringe benefits Apply Box 108, Lethbridge Herald HAVE YOU EVER BKN DISSATISFIED the resulfs of your paint lob because of efents and cracks showing up after finishing on wood or metal, inferior or exterior? Then do it the professional way to fill In Ihoie blemishes, before painting. Use this new spacWing pasta (Swedish putty) made by JANSEN AHRWEIL1T AND AHRWEITEX Ahnrveilex, quick drying, can also be used on cars, boats, etc, Ask for JANSEN1 ipaclcling producli available at your leading paint dealers FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7th St. S. Phone 328-5548 MEMBER CANADA DEPOSIT IfSURANCE CORPORATION Rease send me information on your Guaranteed Certificates ot Deposit i i M............... i...............-......-------- 10 I Mwchinll TruM, TELLS OF BOMB THREAT Sen. George MeGovern, frontrunner for the Democratic presidential nomination, talks to newsmen ot Washington's National Airport Fri- day after a bomb threat caused him to cancel a Irip to Oklahoma City. The bomb threat was telephoned to New York police while MeGovern was en route to Oklahoma for o fund raising dinner. (AP Wirephoto) University oi Alberta ombudsman probes exams EDMONTON (CP) Over- reacting instructors, _ secrecy surrounding exam inatlons, grading abuses, and student fears of academic reprisals are cited in the first report of tho University of Alberta ombuds- man. Tha report, by Dr. Don B. Scott, who assumed the new post last September, was pre- sented Friday to the univer- sity's board of governors. Dr. Scott b'sts 198 investiga- tions between Sept. 1, 1971, and April 30, 1972 78 per cent of them involving students and the rest academic and non-academ- ic staff. Some instructors "become defensive when their grading of papers is questioned." He recommends the elimlna- :lon ot secrecy associated with final exam marks. The nine-point grading sys- tem used at the university is not well understood by some instructors, Dr. Scott says. He said some students are not given to complaining about Ihe kind of teaching they get for a number of reasons: They feel it is better "to play along with the system" to get belter marks; or they may have con- cern for the well-being of tha instructor. Students, whether justified or not, "fear that reprisals are possible if they make trouble." LAND CHOICE Spruce and fir trees grow best on loams, but pines prefer deep sandy soils. Weather and road, report SUNRISE SUNDAY SUNSET H 75 70 72 G8 61 82 62 75 82 .66 Lethlmdge Medicine Hat Pincher Creek Calgary Edmonton Jasper Coronation Penticton Prince George Vancouver Prince .Albert 75 Saskatoon 76 Swift Current 64 Moose Jaw 62 Regina 70 Winnipeg 70 White River 46 Toronto 65 Ottawa 63 Montreal 64 Quebec 58 Minneapolis 71 Washington 87 Miami 86 Los Angeles 72 Denver 80 Las Vegas 91 Phoenix 94 Mexico City 77 Rome 81 Paris 59 London 55 Brussels 66 Madrid 82 STILl RUNNING Presidential hopeful Sen. Edmund Mujkis telli newsmen ot the National Press Club in Wash- ington Friday that he will remain a candidate for the Democratic nomination. Muskie sard he would not with- draw in favor of Sen. George MeGovern. {AP Wirepholo) Stockholm.......68 54 FORECASTS LclMirMge-Mertidne Hat PRE Mostly cloudy, brief showers 60 .10 or thunrtcrshowers, highs 55- 60 60. Cloudy periods Sunday 52 .13 with afternoon showers. 58 2.17 Highs near 80. 56 .10 Calgary Cloudy with perl- 57 .07 ods of rain or drizzle tonight, 54 lows near 55. Cloudy Sunday; 57 .02 few showers. Highs near 75. 53 .62 Columbia-Koolenay Today, 54 ,2G cloudy with sunny periods. At- 55 .01 ternoon and evening showers 57 and a few thunderstorms. 53 .54 Gusty winds near showers. Sun- 53 .12 day, sunny with afternoon 54 cloudiness and a few showers. 4G Highs both days mid-70s. Lows 30 i tonight in the 50s. 40 I MONTANA 42 .03! East of Continental .51 Numerous thunderstorms later 47 .36 today and tonight, changing to 41 rain many sections Sunday. Lo- 66 cally heavy rain Sunday. 75 Warmer Northeast today; cool- 61 er all sections Sunday. Highs 53 .01 today 75 to 85. Lows tonight 68 ..50 to 60. Highs Sunday 70s. 78 West of Continental 57 Numerous thunderstorms with 54 locally heavy rains later today 46 and tonight changing to show- 45 ers Sunday. Cooler Sunday. 52 High? today 70s. Ixiws tonight 57 50s. Highs Sunday 60s. European Made Lincoln and Bcil-lt Brands GUARANTEED BALER TW ft. and ft. 6.95 PER BALE GET YOUR SUPPLIES NOW GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Courts Highway, lelhbrldae, Phono 328-1141 OFFICIAL AS OF A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF ASIA dry. ar" "a Highway 1, Canada Highway, bare and dry. PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening and Closing Coutts 24 hours; Car-way 6 a.m. lo midnight; Del Bonita 8 a.m. to 0 p.m.; RooseviUc, B.C. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Kingsgiite, B.C., 21 hours; Porthill Jlykerts 8 a.m. to midnight; Chief Mountain 7 a.m. to 10 DJJU 8 AJB. to 9 D.m. ;