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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta TH1 LITHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, May 30, 1973 Too many persons going to prison LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. EVENING ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY "Sons Of The Saddle" frorn Toronto FRIDAY- SATURDAY- Country Blues'7 "PORTRAIT" FRIDAY CABARET DANCE Of The Saddle" MEN IADIES FREE 9-00 c.m. to p.m. Members and their guests only! OTTAWA (CP) Parole board chairman George Street said Tuesday too many persons are being sent to prison. But, he added, the public will not accept that idea and, in fact, is more punitive-minded now than it was two years ago. Speaking before the Senate le- gal and constitutional affairs committee, Mr. Street said there should be punishment, but corrections should embody more than punishment and vin- dictiveness. He said perhaps 25 per cent of criminals should be put in prison and left there, for they were dangerous and vicious people. "Pnsons should be reserved for those who can't be con- trolled in any other he said. Just locking a man up In a prison solves nothing, he told the committee, considering the whole area of paroles. "We should be trying to teach the prisoner to have responsi- bility. What we should be doing is taking them out to the com- munity where we can test them.' He said too often society ex- pects a "magical reform" to take place in prison. While Ca- nadian penitentiaries were ad- vanced that reform just could The Canadian Family Store 51 Stores Serving B.C. and Alberta 318-6th St. S.- Phone 328-6566 REPEAT OFFER Y2 PRICE INFANTS7-KIDDIES7 4-6x, GIRLS 7-14 SUMMER SPORTSWEAR pee. short sets, sunsuits, rompers, T-shirts, terry hooded jackets, bathing suits, boys' bathing suits. 4-6x Girls' flare pants, body shirts, T-shirts, ferry jumpsuits, 1 and 2 bathing suits. body shirts, T-shirts, flare pants, shorts. Many More un-advertised items at PRICE LADIES' SWEATERS Summer weight acrylic bou- cle or 4 styles In choice of col- and S-M-U Reg. 4.98 to 7.98 2-99 and 3.99 LADIES' BIKINIS Good quality nylon, nylon lined. Wired bra, colour- ful muted prints. S-M-L. SPECIAL 2 99 LADIES' FLARES BAGGY PANTS polyester crimp or double knits. Wide waistband, plain or tuffed. or 8 to 20, 38 to 44. Reg. 10.98 to 12.98........................................ 6 LADIES' BLOUSES Polyester crepe, long sleeved styles include tailored, ruffled or flip- tie neck. White and pastels. 10 to 20, 38 to 44. Reg. 5.98 to 6.98___ CHAIN-WIDE PURCHASE MEN'S PYJAMAS Outstanding Canadian make blend, smart selection of solids and patterns. Sires 36 to 46. Reg. 6.50 and 8.50 3 99 MEN'S PLAID BAGGY PANTS blend in bold plaids. Wide waistband, 2 front pockets. 28 to 38. Reg. to 14.99.............................................. 7 MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS Texturized polyester. LaleM collar style, long sleeves, 2-button cuffs. New Spring shades. to 17. Reg. 7.98 10 LADIES' ALL LEATHER SANDALS! From Holy and Brazil Styles Include regular or platform soles Polyurethone or cork platforms. 5 to 10. Reg. 6.99 and 7.99 S 5 Sale: Thurs. Fri. Sat., May 31-June Use Your Available At All Stores While Quantity Lasts! not always happen. He said convicts sent out into the community must have ade- quate and effective control. That would mean one parole of- ficer for 10 to 25 persons, rather than the present situation where one officer had a case load of 75 persons scattered over a wide area. "There is too much imprison- ment and not enough he said. Protection of society must be paramount, he said. And those who could not be controlled must be kept in prison. He said control in the commu- nity would mean such things as curfews, making prisoners get work instead of living on unem- ployment insurance, and keep- ing the case load of parole offi- cers low. He agreed with Senator Earl Hastings that the present custodial system of cor- rections is a self-defeating proc- ess for many prisoners. We send too many people to prison who could be controlled in the he said. Rail dispute hearings scheduled Widow honored LONDON (AP) Queen Elizabeth made Lady Sharpies, 49-year-old widow of Sir Rich- ard Sharpies, governor of Ber- muda, a life baroness today. Sir Richard was murdered March 10 while walking in the grounds of Government House. COMPETES IN GAMES Canada has competed in the Olympic Games since 1900. Silver dollar sale WASHINGTON (AP) The United States government is of- fering more old silver dollars for sale by auction. Price mm- imums range from to The sale starting Friday in- cludes nearly 1.8 million Carson City, Nov., cartwheels minted in 1878, 1882, 1883, 1884, 1890 kand 1891. They are part of about 2.8 million cartwheels struck at the now-defunct Ne- vada Mint. ALEXANDER HOTEL PRESENTS 'LIFE' Tonight in the Saloon Tavern VANCOUVER (CP) Mr. Justice Craig Munroe of the British Columbia Supreme Court said Tuesday conciliation hearings between CP Rail and Canadian National Railways and their employees in Canada are scheduled to begin June 19 in Montreal He said the workers will be represented by Professor John Weldon of McGill University and the companies by Toronto lawyer S. E. Dinsdale. Mr. Jus- tice Munroe will be chairman. The dispute concerns wages and working conditions in 1973 and 1974, he said. ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES 3rd ANNIVERSARY BINGO NIGHT 15th GAME JACKPOT IN 57 NOS. in 58 NOS. in 59 NOS. If no bingo called after 59 numbers we will continue for BONUS JACKPOT 52 NOS. If no bingo called after 58 numbers we will continue for NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS Weekend Entertainment for ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY THURSDAY, MAY 31 "FRANKLY BROTHERS" FRIDAY, JUNE 1 "TEMPO" SATURDAY, JUNE 2 "SOUTHERN PLAYBOYS" Centre Village CARNIVAL DAYS Comilng Mon. Sat., June 4th thru 9th Featuring McKay International Shows OPEN EVERY NIGHT TIL 9 RIDES FOR ALL AGES GIANT MIDWAY GAMES POPCORN CANDY FLOSS CANDY APPLES ALL ON THE PARKING LOT. SHOP THE CENTRE VILLAGE MERCHANTS FOR SPECIAL CARNIVAL OF VALUES! TAVERN TONIGHT THRU SATURDAY 'Ghost National String Band' DINE AND DANCE LOUNGE TONIGHT thru SATURDAY "SUDS" RED COACH LOUNGE TONIGHT thru SATURDAY 'George RenaucT CORNER 4th AVE. and 7th ST. S. PHONE 327-3191 HOTEL TV HIGHLIGHTS WEDNESDAY MUSIC: Lawrence Welk, 6 p.m., Cb. T. Lawrence Wclk and his musical family go on a tour of Greater Los Angeles with a visit to the Hollywood Wax Museum. Members of Welk group play well-known movie stars. CRIME DRAMA: Surge, 7 p.m., Cb. T, Vie Morrow to the guest star as a police officer whose inability to a case drives him to near mental collapse. REPEAT PROGRAMS: Hawaii FLve-0, Banacek, Jason King. TV AUCTION: Lethbrldge Y's Club, 8-11 P.M., Ch. 7. The annual auction, proceeds from which go the club's youth projects and the Lethbridge Family MUSIC: Pan! Horn Show, pm., Cb. 13. Singer Freda Payne fe Paul's special guest. INTERVIEW: Merv Griffin, 12 midnight, Ch. IS. Danny Thomas and country singer Loretta Lynn are the special guests. MOVIE DRAMA: a.m., Ch. 7. A story of what happens to a pretty and shapely girl thumbing a ride as so many young people do in this permissive and rebellious society. THURSDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "The 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A farce about an unappreciated artist who becomes a success through a friend's paintings. RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Television Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the res- ponsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHEC Morley McGill and Allan Bell Contemporary News; Doug Marvin Contemporary Sports; Leo Dow Farm News; Music We Remembtr Sunday Mornings. FRIDAY 7.00 Nev s 12 20 Came 7 30 News 12'30 Nevs 7 -10 Sports 12 40 Sports 8 25 Bob Hesketh 1.00 Gram Prlcet 835Checlme Oliver lOOQChec Trading Post 1.01 Call ot the Land 11.00 Leo Dow 3.00 Dave King 12-00 John Oliver 7 00 Jack Neufeld 12.15 Farm News 12.00 Paul Tessier if CJOC News with Bill Skelton, Rad Whitt, Bill Wlatheson; Sport Brent and Don Maclean, Farm and Ranch Doug Card WEDNESDAY NI6HT 6.00 CBC News 12-30 News, Wthr, Sport "00 Probe 1220 7 50 News, Wthr, Sport 1.00 News and Grain 00 World at Six 8 35 Phone Bill Show Dnces 6 35 Stan Bailley Show Joan Waterfield 8 00 Bruce Bowie Snow Elliot 12 00 Jim Parsons Th THURSDAt 11 00 JacK i nys 5.30 Jim Elliot 12 00 Probe 1220 MONDAY thru 6 00 News 4.05 Buryl Clark fX News Bun] Clarke 6-50 Farm News i 58 Cattle Prices Bun] Clarke 1-05 3 05 Stan Bailley Show 5 00 Probe 1220 6 00 World Six MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6 a m -12 noon t Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p m. Dell-0 12 p m -10 p m. Don Hedman 10 p.m-12 midnight Concerts, Overtures 6 and Encores (Bob Concit) CHEC-FM 100.9 SATURDAY am-12 noon Don Me Waster nocn-4 p m Don Hedman p m -1 am Dell-0 SUNDAYS a.m. 1 p m. Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) 12pm The Gasthaul Hour (German program) 24 p m Don Hedman t p m -12 midnight Concerts, Overtures and Encores (Bob Concie) CBR Radio 1010 Calgary WEDNESDAY NIGHT 11 -03 Written In Rock World at Six THURSDAY AJ It Happen! S 30 Warmup Concern ''05 Eye Opener 10.00 News, Sports, Wthr 8.00 World at t 10 10 From the Capitals 8.05 Eye Opener 10.1S Five Nights a Week 9 00 World At Inside from the 9.13 This Country Outsidt 12-03 Radio Noon 1 51; stockmarket 2 03 BBC Comedy 2 30 Max 3 03 Bob Kerr 4 00 BBC i 03 Home Run 5 30 News 6-00 World 4 At It The Uthbridge Herald CHINOOK Saturates The Southern Alberta Market! over Lethbridge and district readers bi-monthly. DON'T BUY ADVERTISING IN THE DARK! We submit our records to the regular scutiny of the Audit Bureau of Circulation and our circulation prac- tices to the discipline of their regulations! Next Chinook June 12th (Advertising Deadline June 6th) CAU 328-4411 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION! CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevlsion Ch. 6) WEDNESDAY MIOHT 5.00 Hollywood Squares 5-30 CJOC News 66 00 Lawrence Welk Y's Men's TV Auction 7.00 sarge Ntws 11.20 CJOC Newi Movie: Chastity THURSDAY 7-30 Pmocchio, Marvel 8 30 News, Farm and City 9 00 Ed Allen The Real Magees 10 00 Mon Ami 10.15 Friendly Giant Mr. Dress Up 11-00 sesame Street 12.00 Lassie 12.30 Truth or 1.00 Let's Make a Deal 1.30 Nancy Miller 2 00 Galloping Gourrntt 2 30 Joan waterfield 3 00 Take 30 3 30 Edge of Night Family Court 4 30 Drop In 5-oo Hollywood CFCN-TV Lethbridge WEDNESDAY NIGHT News 4.30 Beat the clock 7-00 Hawaii Five O 8.00 Mystery 9 30 Jason King 10 30 Paul Horn Show 11.00 News News 12 00 Merv Griffin THURSDAY Thought for Day 6 30 7.00 8 30 9 00 9 05 9.15 9 30 1000 10 30 11 00 Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) University of Air 12-00 Bet 12.30 Family Affair i.nn w The Rebel aear 2 30 Somerset Fashions In Sewing 3 00 Another World parlon Francis 3-30 Whats the Good Word Romper Room Canada AM. Uncle Bobby Community Calendar Trouble with Tracy Supermarket Yoga Pierre Berton Life Style -4.00 Anythlno You Cm Do 4 30 Buckshot Star TreK KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) WEDNESDAY NIGHT ftS Salute Agriculture 11.30 As the World 5 00 News 7.00 Today Show 12-00 News 5.30 News g 00 Today in Montana 12 30 Doctors 6 00 Bob Newhart g 30 pyramid 1 00 Another World 4 00 Mystery Movie 9-00 Sale of Century 1 30 Hollywood Talking Cannon 9.30 Hollywood 2-00 Secret Storm 9.00 Mannix Jeopardy 2 30 Mike Doug Show News 10 30 Who What Where -i 00 Joker's Wild 10.30 Tonight Show Gam" THURSDAY 10 55 News Our World 11.00 Baffled 4 30 News 5 00 News 5.30 News KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel S (Cablevision Ch. 11) WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAY Ntwi 6.00 News e.M Truth or Consequences 7.00 Paul snow Movie: of the Fly Owen Marshall 10 00 News 10.30 Movie. Jtm Gadlanden t 30 News 7.00 captain Kangaroo I 00 News 8 30 Jack La Lanne 9 00 Audrey 9.30 Galloping Gourmet 10.30 the Restless 10.30 search for Tomorrow II 00 All My Children Lets Make Deal t 25 Farm Ntws. 12 30 News 1.00 General Hospital One Life to Live 2.00 of Our 2 30 Dinah's Place 3.00 Three on a Match Dating x-oo split Second 4 30 Bewitched 5.00 Password 5 30 News 6.00 Newi 12 00 Newlywed i ;