Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 40

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 40

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 40 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Saturday, March 16, 1974 Deepening split develops in U.S.-European relations BRUSSELS (CP) Having lashed Western Europe, U.S. State Secretary Henry Kissin- ger seems to have some cause for remorse. But his latest apologies are unlikely to what appears to be a deepening split in transatlantic relations. The gravity of the situation is emphasized by the fact that Kissinger, a skilled diplomat, publicly criticized allies for lack of co-operation and for striving for self-assertiveness that, he claims, may only bring losses to both sides of the Atlantic. Kissinger now appears to have pulled back a bit with his acknowledgment that he had made "no great contribution to the Atlantic dialogue" through his statement questioning the legitimacy of European governments. It is true that Europe has suffered through two world wars and some historians may question whether some of the countries involved have fully recovered. Kissinger says his argument over legitimacy of governments is based on the view that when wars bring great devastation, the distinction between victor and the defeated becomes meaningless. The shock to societies becomes so great that no country entering such a war ever recovers. While Kissinger claims that is what he meant, it is not exactly what he stated publicly. Taken with other statements he the allies pose a bigger foreign policy problem for the U.S. than its is clear that Kissinger is extremely unhappy about the lack of European co-operation, and finally drove himself to the point of voicing his bitter criticism in public. Social hygiene approach to criminal law rejected NOW Try Baton You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION MAI CO SMITH-JONES (HEARING AID SERVICE] RIPLEY OPTICAL S. Phoni 328-5447 Estimates checked Beryl Plumptre, chairman of the food prices review board, chats with Farnand Leblanc chairman of the House of Commons miscellaneous estimates committee in Ottawa. The committee was looking into the estimates for the review board's operation. BRING COUPON YOUft PILOT CENTEfl Lethbridge Air Service Ltd. Hangar No. 7 Phone 327-1561 Learn from the leader your Cessna Pilot Center This coupon and buys your introductory flight lesson. It s our way of introducing you to a brand new flight training program developed by Cessna, world leader in personal flying. A new system that brings flight training down to its simplest form, makes it easy for everyone to learn to fly With the best instructors, the best airplanes (Cessna and the best curriculum Also Inquire For Charter Service To Anywhere in North America Cessna1 PILOT CENTER Discover Flying OTTAWA (CP) The Law Reform Commission of Canada took an interested look at a scientific social hygiene approach to criminal law and decided it was not for us. In a working paper it exam- ined an approach under which the law could authorize treat- ment for those considered likely to engage in anti-social conduct and cause harm to others. "No one would any longer be convicted, stigmatized or punished: No question of punishing the innocent would it says. The treatment would neither depend on the finding of quilt nor form a response to a commission ot a crime. "It would be given in answer to a diagnosis of anti- social tendency, of which a criminal act would be just one symptom. The new approach then would look to the future, not the past" But having said that it warned of a system of "double-thing, of double-talk, ot trick and and rejected the idea. COSTS TOO HEAVY "'The effort involved in its adoption, the loss of liberty entailed and the inhuman attitude it rests upon combine to make the costs outweight the benefits." The working paper of the commission, which is inquiring into all aspects of federal criminal law with a view to reform, says the approach has been subject of one of the most important and illuminating debates in criminal jurisprudence. The paper says the approach could provide these gains: would concentrate on the possibility of harm to others. For instance it could authorize diagnosis, prognosis and treatment for a car driver who has or could hit a person, on purpose or by accident. would not longer be nec- essary to provide proof of intent to commit a crime, "potentially one of the heaviest burdens in a criminal trial." would not have to wait until a man kills before he is apprehended. But these were outweighed by: burden of adopting of and adopting to a whole new set of attitudes toward anti-social behavoir. of older attitudes persisting, providing the worst of both worlds. of liberty. The law could intervene in cases whether an act was committed knowingly or unawares. No longer could a person order his affairs in a way the law would let him longer could be be so free." of frame- work in opposition to the idea that an individual can be free to live and fulfil himself in his own fashion, provided he doesn't infringe the equal rights of others to do the same. approach would treat the offender, "not as someone responsible for his actions and someone to be reasoned with, but rather as a wrongdoer needing to be turned somehow into a computer needing a different program." is the time to look at your require- ments for 1974. We now have two asphalt plants to serve the City of Lethbridge and District. Asphalt will be available by the ton or truck load. If you have a parking lot or driveway or any other asphalt us now for a free es- timate. f 328-8196 TOLLESTRUP CONSTRUCTION Do Not It! The Lethbridge Folk Arts Council and The University of Lethbridge International Folk Dance, Music, Festival and International Exhibition Tomorrow, Sunday, March 17 .See Our Big Color Ad On Today's Herald TOYOTA TRAVEL CENTRE Presents Their Annual OPLE PLEASERS SHOW 74 Continuing thru Saturday, March 23rd Introducing the complete line of 1974 SKYLARK CAMPERS and TRAILERS EMPRESS, EMPEROR and AQUARIUS MINI HOMES and MOTOR HOMES All produced right in Lethbridge, where our sales are backed by a 7 BAY SERVICE SHOP with 16 TOP TECHNICIANS, who assure that your Recreation Vehicle is properly PRE-SERVICED when you take delivery, and GUARANTEE complete servicing 01 VrtllCte LOWER THE HIGH COST OF "LEAVING" WITH A HOUSE THAT LEAVES HOME I EMPRESS MOTOR HOMES 7 Models, from 19'to 28' Also available in GM or Ford chassis SKYLARK 5th Wheeler Available in and Models SKYLARK CAMPERS 4 Models, from 8' to Fred Story Con Barren Ed Mueller Bob Barber Jim Border SKYLARK TRAILERS 9 Models, from 1? to 28' Tandems TOYOTA TRAVEL CENTRE COUTTS HIGHWAY FREE COFFEE AND DONUTS PHONE 327-316S TOYOTA CARS TRUCKS See the complete line from the No. 1 Import Car Seller! I ;