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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Wedneiday, Marcli 24, 1971 - THE lETHBRIDGE HERALD - 33 Police chief says courts too lenient SASKATOON (CP) - PoUce Chief J. G. Kettles said today he agrees with a complaint last week that the courts are too liberal in granting bail and suspended sentences. The complaint was made by Police Chief A. G. Cookson of Regina who said police were "becoming fed up continually chasing people who should be incarcerated, but instead are allowed to roam at will." Chief Kettles said in an inter- view that, wliile tlie situation was less severe in Saskatoon, the problem had taken on national proportions and should be remedied. "I'm not adverse to suspended sentences of probation for a first offence, or even a second under some circumstances, but there have frequently been instances when the courts were too lenient." Chief Kettles said the courts had no alternative but severe SPRING fling - Five-year-old Jackie Froggart smilingly steers her sled down a Toronto slope during the first day of spring. Jackie apparently v/as unaware that the white stuff should be on its way out by now. Venezuela takes bigger tax bite Oil ^rice increase may help Alberta EDMONTON (CP) - Alber-ta's chief competitor may have ina