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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta TH' VFTHBRlDGf HERMD SoluiJoy, April 8. 1975 lamily .Consumers to be Kxcejylioiml. children need more respo nsible Integration leads to understanding CALGARY able to afford such low, low prices if they hadn't gone in for mass pro- duction. it the. good old days, when you could only get one appendix out. for instance, they would probably have had to charge a dollar or so. But soon, with a little planning, you'll be able to whizz through three in a weekend. Appendix out appendix transplant appendix out. Then if you're lucky you'll discover that after all that lovely trauma, the pain was a little lo Ihe left. So the next weekend, you gel the chance to start all over again. leara to make more mature c-lioices. Industry must meet Iliem half way by offering ,lhem Ihe chance (o make their Home Kaiaomics Coimdl and j choices. Knturc consumers "will want streamlined shopping and By MAUUEEN J.VMIKSO.N Family Kililor Alberta "is not very fur ail- t.nkes, but you can lower the; vaucetl in for ehil- odds." dreu uilli iinis types of llrs. Anderson said manufac-j linndicaps: children v.ho me hirers "ill improve their deaf, mentally retarded I nets when more consumers and so on.'' according to Dr. ladnsli-y's sell i n 5; gimmicks straight information nnd, nrc wasteful "hut industry has uiore-lnistworthy products." on its sine plenty o( complaints she said the consumer raovc- ah'jul consumers." ment will change in the future "People are gullible and I (rom n mostly upper middle- i greedy. They still Ihiiips I class movement "because the arc free you (MJi't i poor are learning to be vocal 'common K-IIS'C and ymi can'l ami that they should not he ex-1 feres with he "Tne I anadian S 1'ei-kins' a member oftl'" arc also Yet "in Ontario, every retard- ed school is now under tin school hoard "1 advocate integrated edu- cation to Ihc degree feasible, possible and good for the child." said Dr. I'crliias. but "the altitudes of children and Perkins There i same as that of the stales are important." lands of minor the U.S.." lie said. "And il lias j isn'i [faod for normal r ei-ns a memer o' ficullv of education -it the I'l-'i- i learning disabilities, where cliil- not slopped the govern- i Io have exceptional chil- versilv of 1 ethbridiK Ins iust arc actually impaired. men! there- from putting money away. With intcgra- retu'rtied from Vashinclon I have some kind of loarnins inl-i public programs and cor- I (hc kids can be. nr where he vis fain areas of teacher cdnea- morp and later at Ihe 50m annual international "This is a relatively lie.. convention of the- Council ol urea (under mu-.slinatinn ami "I" Hie U.S. in the la ci> Exceptional Children. only di.inl one per cent of kids am. Ws tncy were put ing a o 12 rill CENT HAXIIIC'AI'I'EI) i a r e recc.ving attention in Al- of money into tegisation but 'At a CCL-V conservative Jicrln. lire. 12 per cent of children i" "There is no Icgisli only meeting about 43 per for school nre handicapped in way or other which inter- capped here." funds for icacliini Iho cenl of II'c needs. By 13BO they liandi- want Ihc right for every child to he educated lo meet it.s re- ec legislate for heller conditions." "We have made a claimed. In Taber there are and in VauxhaH one class for handicapped children, "but letiislnle so t Ii e consumer plaited." be problem is nnl only pm s- i for education is the it is not enough." And "in rural areas, the problem is to deliver the scir- induding Ihe socially v-Kes reasonable cost. Thers deprived." is only a limited amount ot iico- Perkins said "there is working in this area, and il now enough research in cduca- ,s to get them lo work lion to show thai environmen- jn nn-al areas.'1 lal experiences arc terribly im- Comparing the cost of spe- pnrlaal before kindergarten. If I cjn] education with that of in- the kids rion't get the right kind I stilutions, Dr. Perkins said "it of experiences in vocabulary js Worth Ihe investment, they would lest out as men- i financially, but think (ally retarded on an IQ, which n[ c personal satisfaction ol is usually language-oriented." j individual with a satisfac- "In California, a group of i Mexican American chil clreD. achievement or ucre tested in English and classified as retarded. A con- ______ ___________ ecriiwl person translated retarded "behavior modification, has n quite snccc-ssful wilh mcn- losl-s into Spanish and il Mas found lhat the kids were no Educating in ;onyur retarded.'1 living helps lo I-'IYK-IIOUK IlKTAKDEP he 'aids to daily make them more functional in things lake for granted." like putting The ghetto child, he said, la (m mitts sometime.'; known as "five-hour retarded" in school. "He has all 1 COM [-AT10N III .1 LIGHTS the fund ions to survive in the Information lhat lour differ- ent universities m the U.S. ara PRESENTATIONS men and one yeoman receiv- ed awards lasl night when Ilie Chinook area Girl Guides of Canada helcf their annual banquet and meeting at Ericksen'i Family ResTauranl. Left to right: F. M. Clclland, Green Thanks badge-, Mrs. (Cvelyn) Paulson, Blue Thanks badge, Mrs. B. R. (Nancy) Roll, Chinook Area Commissioner, and A. Fazio, Grann Thanks badge. "hello, but can'l function in middle-class society." "We have to break Ihe pov- eily and health problems to cure this hpe of retardation in this pai'liciilar category." In Ihc U.S.. Dr. Perkins point- ed oul. there are court cases in process lo determine "Ihe right of children lo have their edu- cation needs mcl out of public funds. They're going lo set a lot lot precedents. It is iiilcreslins lo speculate v.' Ii a I would hap- pen in Ibis country il Ihis were to happen here." Speaking of southern Alher- la education authorities, he said "locally Ihcy're going as _____i far and ns fasl as they can. but training teachers for handicap- ped children and the fact that these teachers have lo dcmon- slrale their competency were listed by Dr. Perkins as some of the highlights ol Ihe conven- tion. Also of major importance, he said, nas the meeting held by Ihe Canadian Committee at Ihe convention, which approved the formalion of a committee to deal with provincial legisla- tion, and another to write a po- sition paper: "a s !atemenl of v.'hid Ihey feel is good quality of education for handicapped kids." There are only three chap- care program vieived i O public health meeting aim iii, they're cur.ailed by Ihe way ters plus one s udent chap cr o easy kP) More than ihortions are pro- cured every year in Poland. Partly as a result, this Com- munist nation is said to have Europe's lowest birth rate and I the one falling most ranidly. Authorities are under pros By ,JL UK TI RIC llfralcl Kind Wrilcr Development of a home care program was discussed during the final day of the public health nurses' conference being held in the city. sure to amend abortion lav.s in- traduced ir, years ago. Stefan Cardinal says the sit- Opening remarks were made by Miss C. Swintoii. Ollawa, said the problem of be- ginning a home care program is one of, "how do we gel start- education if financed." here arc definite rcstric- lions. The government alloca- tion, in my understanding, al- only Ihree per coat of the teachers to be in special edu- cation, which doesn't seem to I be based on any logical ration- laic at all." Included vcrc Ihc paticnl's cm Ihe misinterpretation prcs- for example "Ihc need for at least services nn part of Ihe public Dorolliy Ciooder is only the ser-, provided by the nurses Also a concerning home oaie oral retarded school lo become patient must under the rare 5rk, I part of the public school pro- of a doctor, must he willing to pcrsons incorrect; gram." I accept the services, lue 1-1 dip v; c v. s n, carc Slsward School Tea served and have Ihe home siraiglit is 'for Ihc Relardcd in Edmonton o'iien a difficult one, is still run by parents, he saiil. the C o n n c i I of Exceptional Children in Alberta, said Dr. Perkins, who claimed the local chapter, under president Wil- liam "is more active Ihan tile others." And think of your great joy when you're shipped threatens lo extinguish up to Ihe ward and find no nagging doctors, no for- midable nurses to hroivbeat vou. Poland's populalion and throw il on the "cemetery of history." ed." She said there was no "blue- print for home care, it emerges with what is in the community, and v.'hal is need- silnation judged as adcriuale. Instead, your friendly, neighborhood mobile com- Church leaders warn thai binhs jlomc care were puter comes' zipping through the door, bleating his wi" cais. as he aims a vicious hjqiodermic at your ing" posterior. Repair winter damage! and spring. pound, cvwyvnwtinled bulge bttiari roreminJyouofiL NEW YEAR'S IVEi C'n You can repair ciUhaldairiagi' wilh ths JiBlpolWe.rgnlWofr.hen, We'll help pur you In jhapfl refraining your eol'ng hchili onij helping you gel rhrcurjh cJayi andvtt'ti project for liia weet. UNUISALAND AUNTRIBECCA'S ANNIVIRSARY PARTT; A3GUMINT WITH FYDAUGHTIR: nics ST, AUGUSTINE'S ANGLICAN PARISH 11th Sr. and 4lh Ave. S Tuejday, p.m. an p.m. Writers in the stale-controlled being, for 'centralized administra- wruers in inc sifae-concroueu of lhc orgimization, co-or- press suggest that abortion is, Qf re. too easy. Is about 2'l.l.COO less than I95G. sources, nnd the USE of a pa- tirat-c .1 r e chain ami team she said. Swinton said the con- Critics say married couples a.spcds Of cbildren when Ihey have to wait years 1 for a bouse due to an acute shortage, l.ov, wages also play a role Thr? average worker on havins Services provided hy Ihe pio- gram include from the Victorian Order of Nurses, physiotherapists, and Ii o in o- makers. She said these services offer application of dressings, drugs, providing social services consultation, medical transpor- tation, labor a lory nrrangc- mont.s arc! meals on v.hculs. Campbell said Ihere were both advantages and dis- j advantages lo tlie program, and stated them as being, "continuous support of the fam- ily, which is often very helpful in anil Ilie nnle limitation of "the ser- vices program." vhich Icrivcs out many children, in particn- social or a medical side lo the I lar. v.llo have no need for MIQ v of Llie Ihree -services. Ilic social point ol j She concluded, v.n .should liomc carc could mean I not be talking about the lad: of takes home zlolys or for "neglected child, I beds as reason for a home care i month.. i Wnmeii ycl aburlinns nn three grounds; mcrJical. orimi-1 1 nal and The Icrminnlnpv is .so broad hnrilly aiiyhcdy I iLiriicd dov.LI. I Officials suy I'uljuid liarl annually. More Itian j women were admitted In i tnls each year with complica- tions, VEEDS KUALA U'MPUR Malaysia (AP) A legislator hns i ficsted lhat rclir.'f ho given j to men MJppoi-l moro than one v.ifc. Under Malaysian lav. Moslems can have up to four '.vives. or home I she said. At the prcs e n t time. Miss for the i program, but ot Ihe patient and his needs, and treating him on CASH BINGO TONIGHT, O'CLOCK HUNGARIAN 010 TIMERS HALl A Blaekoul Bingo ployed for till won every SolurHay plus 2 Jackpoli JACKPOTS NOW AND 5 Cards for 31.00 or 25c each (Locolcd Nexl 'o No. 1 Firohall) AVON prescnli y2 PRICE Special on "SKIN SO SOFT" CREAM SACHETS e SHAMPOO e COLOGNES and many morel PHONE 328-7424 the level of his needs." CARDSTON UMTED CHURCH Wednesdays, p.m. TABER CIVIC CENTRE Thursdays, p.m. WATCHERS. L_> i F.O.E. BINGO TONIGHT EAGLES HALL 6th Ave. A nncJ Sr. N, Every Saturday Night at 8 p.m. 5 Carrii for l.QO or 25 C Each Twelve 7 Number JACKPOT Frea Gamei and Card} DOGS PRIZt Gold cardt pny double money Children under 16 not olio wad Sv.inton said, the movement Dr. J. Settle, Calgary, ended across Canada was for an discussion with commcnls tension of servirc.s into the hnmer and a tiroader basis of I Piote.ssor I.c Kiche said there is a tendency tov.ard I people in j v.licn (here .seems to be nothing j else lo