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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 24-THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Tuesday, October 16, 1973 5 SCO Mao fells people how to build Communism Arabs join fight against Israel Eight Arab nations in addition to Egypt and Syria had committed forces to the war against Israel. The latest official announcement came from Saudi Arabia. A Saudi Arabian radio report said that the country's troops were being sent to the Syrian front. Only Libya, North Yemen and South Yemen had not yet committed forces, and all three had promised other support. NEW YORK (Reuter) Chairman Mao Tse-tung of China tells his people to build Communism by exercising daily and capitalist America is cashing in on his thoughts with a new keep-fit program. The course of simple calis- thenics M''io ha? urged <.o do in their factories and com- munes every clay has been packaged in a booklet, with an accompanying record, and is on sale in the United States. The booklet. People's Re- public of China'Four-Minute Exercise Plan, is aimed at housewives, office workers, and others with sedentary jobs. The author is Maxwell How- ell, an Australian doctor liv- ing in San Diego. who said he got the idea for the book during a visit to China. "If 800 million Chinese do it, it can't be too bad." he said. He said the exercises are best performed rhythmically .to the accompanying record by the Central China Philhar- monic Society. Asked if he would try to win converts away from the 5-BX exercises originated by the Royal Canadian Air Force, which are far more vigorous and have a large following in the United States, Howell said his course would be an alternative to which he described.as "very boring." Howell said the exercises are more beneficial if combin- ed with, say, a running program that will strengthen the heart and lung system. HAIRCUTS MANDATORY SINGAPORE (AP) The ministry of education has authorized school principals to dismiss male teachers and students who ignore orders to cut their hair. The ministry objects to hair that extends below the collar of an or- dinary shirt, covers the ears or falls across the forehead. "In China, they stop the schools and universities for the exercises. The Chinese are fitter by a mile and the exer- cises have to be a he said. However, a correspondent recently returned from a two- year assignment in Peking, said he thought the Chinese were probably on the whole no fitter than Americans. Howell, 45, a former rugby player, said he does not do the exercises himself. "I play ten- nis three days a week, and swim about tour times a week. I get enough exercise." Howell, born in Sydney, has been in the United States or Canada since 1950. He is dean of the college of professional studies at California State University, San Diego. Prison reform urged WASHINGTON (AP) A federal crime commission says many criminals should go free and many prisons in the United States should be replaced with programs more humane and effective than in- carceration. Only hard-core offenders should be imprisoned and even then, many barriers to community contacts should be lifted, the commission said. It recommended conjugal visits, co-educational facilities and an end to prison uniforms for convicts and guards. It took a hard-line approach only in the case of organized crime. The 636-page report by the national advisory commission on criminal justice standards and goals was produced dur- ing a two-year study financed by a federal grant. Commission director Thomas Madden, general counsel of the law enforce- ment assistance ad- ministration, agreed that the recommendations were liberal for a cbmmissibn of local, state and federal crimefighters. But he said members recog- nized that harsh punishment has failed to curb crime. "These changes must not be made out of sympathy for the criminal or disregard of the threat of crime to the commission said. "They must be made precisely because that threat is too serious to be countered by ineffective methods." WILL BE CONSIDERED Madden said the Federal Bureau of Prisons will con- sider the proposals, although the suggestions were address- ed primarily to state and local governments. Among its recommen- dations, the commission proposed: prison sentence should exceed five years except for those dealing with murderers, professional criminals and persistent dangerous offenders. should impose prison sentences only as a last resort after considering such other tactics as immediate release with or without con- ditions, probation, fines, and sentencing to a halfway house or work-release program. should build no ma- jor institutions for juveniles "under any circumstances" and none for adults except in rare cases where no alter- native exists. Hearing date set for air route permit GRANDE PRAIRIE (CP) The Ministry of Transport's Air Transport Committee an- nounced today that hearings into applications by three air- lines to provide commuter air service to Grande Prairie will open here Nov. 19. The hearings were original- ly scheduled for Ottawa but the location was changed at the request of the Grande Prairie Chamber of Commerce. International Jet Air of Calgary, Time Air of Lethbridge and Mackenzie Air Ltd. of Edmonton have applied for permission to provide the service between Grande Prairie and Edmon- ton. Boy Scouts of Canada Member Agency of the UNITED WAY Pledge now...one hour's pay per month Give the United! Way Thanks bo you-Its working igging traction now tires. on Sears snow tires. 4-ply nylon premium traction 18" F78-14 Blackwall Installed Traction and stability plus long life! 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