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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta IS _ 1Ht UTHBRIDGE HtRAlD TriJoy, April 7, 1972 Is clav rare iti Lplhbriilfio adequate? Happiness impo Hy MAl'HKKX JAMIESON Family I'.ililor Working mulluTS arc a fact uf lite, nnri few women can ap- ply themselves wholeheartedly to' their jobs unless they iirc a.m satisfied the children arc cdving coinpclont, kindly trillion in their absence. all mothers, Interested in chil- Mrs Coslanzo. 1 s t e r c d ill said "jind one is nurse." Children start arriving at 7 she said, and a staff of .four women works each morn. Afternoon staff is reduced lo three, because of nap times and quieter activity, generally. To those children iccciving. ctay care, "happiness and secur- "The law 'ty" arc Ihe most important cverv said Rernwe Costanzci. j "We one adult to she foily here. former social worker now op- i their slanda erafing a day care centre in iMatfcd." I.ethbridge. In a spacious old house Third Avenue. Mrs. (.'oslnnzo has her JO chaiKes divided into said, o tiy over activity the fun of Die thinp. don't care if they go home it or Mrs. Cos- Iaii7.o explained. "They learn a lot from Ses- ame Stroct. too. We it a lot when the weather is not good." "fn fact, when our children saw children on TV .singing O Canada, they wanled to learn it. So we taught them, and to- day too.1' "We Irv ey're making a Hag, to get in four field trips a vear for the older chil- Ilie premises are inspected (h.cii bccll ,0 on hy (he tire department twice a {hc mv.liy station, the dairy and And sometimes we go CJOC. to I ho nul tlii1 health depart- ment also nukes random, un- lwo groups. One and annmnircil checks several limes fnr visUors olds liavc their ov.n play, a year. come in. We've had a fireman and Thou- a planned nm] nn ncMP floor. [nr tlic youngsters, with lots of Hukluuce from "teacher." for: sairt n-atts. siting dancing mid oth- ,or er aclivihes. she said. change, slei rooms on Itic uppt'i Downstairs. Ihe threes and over have a spacious, airy open area for their own boisterous activities, nnd an enclosed back yard. The six slaff members "are Children campaigned tor Projects arc pasted or ]iul to- o mt_ Rclher more enthusiasm o( par s Hum prc-eu-ion. "It s just for Ihc on ,hc 40 shouldn't work with children. 1ml even if I am a grandmother fifiure. 1 think we have mor? lialiencc." "We play wilh the children." she explained. "We're quit-; strict with discipline, hut we share a lot of affection with the children and buss them up." "We are a baliy sitting es- tablishment serving working parents. And we are family-con- trolled, not government con- Irolled." Al Costanzo's. as in other pri- valc centres. "Ihc welfare parlment subsidizes the indivi- dual child, which is a lot cheaper" than subsidizing the nursery itself, .she claimed. Government controlled nur- series, she said would be "100 per cent subsidized by taxpay- ers whereas the depart- ment will subsidize 100 per cent (or cacti child ns the family needs ii." There are Lwo privately day care centres in the run city. "We have invited (he commit- onc mormnr; and asked all the tee (ot the Alberta Association parents as they came In what for Young Children) lo both om they thought of us." centres, but Ilicy did not All parents expressed them- I selves salisfied with Ihe ser- vices provided, she said. '-Day care centres are not a Campos Corner and are tlicretore unaware of conditions in Ihe oporal ions they are criticizing, she said, Commenting on the nropoaed formal learning siluation I i chance and how it would affecl really feel children should have (he children. Mrs. Coslanzo said free said Mrs. I "I'm not saying they would be Coslanzn unhappy, but I jnsl don't think "They're saying people over Mt's necessary." Dy PETE CIIAHUE Kale Andrnvs High School Our school has many clubs to 'cnlcrlain' MID student hotly, I perused hy Mr. E. J. Ryan, our school counsellor. They did n really pood job. However, this semester, the Music 30 class has taken over These clubs include The Am- papcl. (ct.i they're homfi. Stake Ihin linmc- rccipn yoursflf. IL'B easy, no Iroirhta nL nil crisis liltlc. .lust (n your find nsk for Nnran. tlii.s inln a pinl, ImLtJf: nntl ncld KriJpcrruiL juico lo fill DIP holllp. twn a day ad necileil and follow the nlcntlcr lhat Ihe orgument siarLs. Mar- luiy the 03 year-old joric of Hamilton, Mr. Lee's stcarl in Stoney Creek, and hope daughter, wrote a history ol Ihc I to it by June, Na'rar If your ft rat. j Plan. RMPpful rurvrs: If rediM-iblp inrlus of PXCPS.I fn( don't diMppctir from cliin, ,nrms, nliilftm.-ri, nijis, nntl nnhlf-s jnsL return Ihri I'tnpty hottlc for your monny IVK-k. I'fjIJnw (his ensy way fn- by many whri ?mve tricrl (his plnn nnd hcfp bring bjitk al- luring cur vft.i nnd cc f ill slcndtrncss. Notft how quickly rinp.s not ttlonL tMsa ppcji r.i--how much show you R Rimple pnsv wny (f. Imllcr you fcnl. More nliv l03e bulky fat and help regain and octi THIS WEEK'S MINI-DRAW WINNER MR. M. SORON, STAFFORD, SASKATCHEWAN A MINI-DRAW EVERY WEEK 'TIL AUG. 25TH GRAND PRIZE SEPT. 1C, THE FOLLOWING LUCKY 100 PEOPLE WON CASH PRIZES H. f CALGAnr STAMPEDE FUTUniTY SWEEPSTAKE t P.O BOX ?9DO CALCARV. A18EHTA T2P 2M7 1 musl r YOUR CH1HCIS C LMHB AUKLY IHCHE4SE CH11CIS OF ;