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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 42 UTIIBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, August 30, 1' A little reward goes a long way TOUONTO (CIM A Univc sily of California psychiutri says he lias found nn itnprov niCMit in skills amoi retarded by Iroducint; them to a modLfk economic system. IJc. Alexander Tymcimk, introduced the bi'iinvioi'al leading program in a Ten- nessee hospital, -said tlic tech- niques to introduce rewards for satisfactory behavior rather than punishment for (lie oppo- site. He told n of the Kinsmen National Institute for the Mentally Retarded here (hat the retarded boys In the hospital wurtl were judged on the way tliey during the day, I-'or such things as cleaning tcc'lh properly, showering, and (jctlinj; to breakfast on time, (lie boys could earn tokens which In turn- could be used to buy items from tbo tuck shop. Dr. Tymcluik, who received his training in psychology at ULCJ University of Western Oiir lario in London, said there 13 much that lias lo ho done in working with the mothers of re- tarded children. WOW, WHAT A 17 commander Eugene Cernar. puts his hand to his face as he exclaims during rollout of moon rocket at Capo Kennedy. Left is Dr. Har- rison H. Scmilt, lunar module pilot. Apollo 17 blasts off for the moon Dec. 6. Fear raigning in By KOIJERT D. OHMAN BUENOS AIRKS (AP) A jailbreak, hijacking and prison shootings -eight days ot vio- lence with 17 tload, hundreds in jail and more fear in deeply- troubled Argentina. E loodshed began Aug. 15 when a guard was killed in an escape from the Rawson Prison by 25 leftist guerrillas, six of whom hijacked a jetliner to Chile. It reached a peak last Tuesday when the 19 captured escapers were shot by guards at the Trelew marine base. Six- teen died and three were se- riously VfOunded. Thousands of. protestors went into the streets of major cities, and the dead guerrillas buried under a pall of tear gas. In Cordoba, COO arrests were made while 200 persons were jailed in Tucuman and hun- dreds more in fiueners Aires. Most were released later, but remaining bitterness jeopard- ized elections planned for March by the military govern- ment oE President Alejandro La nus.se. Relations betv-'ren Chile and Argentina, mending after a de e'p free ze, pi ungec! when Chile's Marxist president, Sal- vador Allendc, granted the hi- jackers permission Friday to fly to Cuba. An official report that the 11; were stoin while try- ing to escape rlidn't .still (he cries of political and defence lawyers who called the deaths "an execution" and "a massacre." TOOK HOSTAGES According to anrl unofficial nn.s, the wel 1- p I a n n e rl hijackinc; schema started when fnierri 11 n.s