The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on May 27, 1976 · Page 6
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A--« Thur*d*y, M*y 27, 1876 Th« Dally Inter Ukt. Kilt»p«ii. Moniana Report hits probation system WASHINGTON fAP) - Many convicts who return to crime while on probation slay out of jail because of overburdened state and local probation systems, z. congressional report says. Tlie situation poses dangers to the public because of the tendency of persons on probation to commit more crimes, "id the report issued Wednesday by the General Accounting Office. But the congressional auditors concluded that probation can be an effective rehabilitation tool when adequate supervision and such services as job coun^el- ing and drug treatment are provided. The report probably will fuel the current debate over whether any efforts at rehabilitating criminals, either through probation or prison programs, reaily work. The GAO analyzed the records of 1,200 p e r s o n s w h o h a v e c o m p l e t e d Housing bill gains approval WASHINGTON (AP) A S4.9-billion omnibus housing bill approved by the House would provide federal funds to local governments in areas hit by high unemployment. The b i l l , passed on Wednesday by a 332-27 vote, would provide $1.3 billion in aid to localities with high unemployment rates. The money would be used to carry out public works projects stalled b e c a u s e of e c o n o m i c problems. Community development funds would go to areas with unemployment rates of more than 8 per cent, if the national jobless rate is 6 per cent or more. The unemployment rate in April was 7.5 per cent. Neither of the chief sponsors, Reps. Garry Brown, R - M i c h . , n o r J o h n LaFalce, D-N.Y., could estimate how many jobs would be created by the $1.3 billion public works section. The Senate has also passed its own housing bill. Today's sunny weather is forecast 'to change this afternoon to increasing cloudiness and scattered s h o w e r s a n d t h u n d e r showers tonight. ,, A c c o r d i n g t o t h e weatherman, it will be partly cloudy and cooler Friday with a chance of showers. The predicted high today is 75, the low 4945. The forecast high Friday is 65. The p r e d i c t e d precipitation is 10 per cent today, 30 per cent tonight and Friday. Wednesday the high temperature at the airport was 67, low 38 and no precipitation. In Kalispell Wednesday the high was 59. low 41; Columbia Falls, high 67, low 45 and Whitefish, high 75, low 38. All three cities had no precipitation. The sun sets tonight at 9:24 and rises Friday at 5:38. One year.ago on this date the high was 65, low 33 with .02 inches of moisture. The record high for May 27 was 95 in 1936, low 28 in 1918 a n d t h e m o s t precipitation fell in 1960 w h e n .57 i n c h e s was recorded. Ventilation forecast good. Temperatures outside the Flathead Valley were: Max. Min. Billings 72 46 Butle 72 Great Falls 73 Helena 70 Miles City 72 Missoula 74 Boise 78 Chicago 69 St. Louis 78 San Fran 71 Seattle 76 Spokane 73 Washington 61 This daily test pattern is part of out quality control program to bring you the best possible printing reproduction. probationary terms and 200 others now on probation in Philadelphia. Seattle, Portland, Ore., and Phoenix. Ariz. The auditors found t h a t 45 per cent of the 1,200 persons were conv'cted for new crimes while on probation. About half remained on probation despite the new conviction, the report said. Of the 200 offenders now on probation, nearly half were arrested for 218 new crimes including robbery, assault, sex offenses, burglary, theft, and drug and alcohol violations. Some 74 were convicted of 126 new crimes, and all remained on probation, the report said. In the four cities, 77 per cent of all convicted felons in 1974 were placed on probation rather than being sent to prison. The agency initiated the study as part of its long-range effort to evaluate the effectiveness ot iederal law enforcement programs. The Law Enforcement Assistance Administration should provide national leadership, more technical assistance and more money to help improve state and local probation systems, the auditors recommended. But they said many problems must be solved locally, particularly by legislators who control the budgets for probation services Richard L. Fogel. an assistant GAO director, said the conrlusions reached from the four-city study applied across the nation. Book reveals FDR fling Experien { later and member ot Stale Board ol Natural Resources NEW Y O R K ( A P ) - President Franklin 0. Roosevelt and New York newspaper heiress Dorothy Schiff had a seven-year relationship from 1936 until 1943, according to a biography of Mrs. Schiff scheduled for publication in the fall. The book quotes Mrs. Schiff, publisher of the New York Post, as saying FDR was "in a rather sweet way ... fairly bold," that he "was looking for a turn- on." and that tie "probably saw me as a sex object," said John J. Geoghegan, whose f i r m . Coward, M c C a n n 4 Geoghegan, will publish the book. A spokesman for Mrs. Schiff said the 73-year-old newspaper publisher "did not ever have and has never claimed to have had a romance or an affair with the late President Franklin Delano Roosevelt." Elect DAVE DRUM Republican · U.S.Senate »· SURE . . . 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