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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Family lifestyle changing NEW Conn Dr Benjamin Spock says his with the best of inten- intimidated him and he is glad the pre- sent generation cannot be intimidated But don't agree that the family unit is in said the who was raised here grew up afraid of bark- ing dogs and he said in an interview had a sense of guilt all the time and yet my mother was more liberal than her mother who grew up in a large family with cousins and grandparents near- said this lifestyle has disappeared But the family unit is not in he said more people are living together without iiarnage and there is nothing wrong in he said are a number who have decid- ed they don t want to have children the family pressures and sibling competition made couples feel they had to have that there was something wrong with them if they didn't have discovered that children who are not wanted don't do very well Today s family has different problems and must search for Spock said He said he sees a tendency for families to keep more to living in separate houses on separate lots without companionship Young people are ex- perimenting with ways to find companionship by living in and strains develop in these he said Spock said young per- sons who be have different characteristics than children of the past He said today's influenced hy educationist John psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud and perhaps have learned that love is more important than punishment in creating good chracter Welfare recipients 'forgotten people9 EDMONTON A sur- vey of welfare recipients in the city made public says the recipients are often living in poor housing with little knowledge of their rights The longer they sit on the fewer contacts they have that can help them get out of the circle of pover- ty said Al one of eight persons who carried out the study with the aid of a 960 Local Initiations Program grant About 800 of the city welfare recipients were questioned by survey organizers Many of those sur- veyed live in homes wouldn t put a pig said Milly a member of the survey team The presented to Health Minister Neil Craw- also included a number of recommendations The group says that since welfare is no longer a temporary measure for provisions for clothing allowances and money for fur- niture and appliances should be re-evaluated. Allowances to keep homes in good condi- tion are along with special Christmas benefua for the handicapped Club corner notes j There will be a Christian Science testimony meeting at 7 30 p m Wednesday in the church 1203 4th Ave S Everyone welcome. The Chinook Pensioners and Senior Citizens Organization will hold a picnic Wednesday at Henderson Lake Members are asked to take No 2 bus at 1pm to the picnic site Women are asked to bring salads or casserole men to contribute to help purchase other food coffee and treats will be supplied PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES BLACKOUT Until LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. flINGO-MINBOW HALL-1401 5th Ave. N. JULY 9 P.M. Jackpot In 50 Free Cerdt-Cerdeind per Cird 5 f 1.00 3 CMWrtn under 16 .U.C. Aeavdetton Lethbridge Fish Game Assoc. BINGO Wednesday at 8 p.m. S150 JACKPOT IN 50 NUMBERS 3 Jackpoll 4th 8th -10th S2h in 7 Numoern GOLD CARDS PAY DOUBLE FREE CARDS EAGLES HALL 13th ST N FREE GAMES No Children Under 16 Years 'Grossly deformed infants should be allowed to die' CHICAGO A Roman Catholic theologian says gross- ly deformed infants without hope for human relationships should be allowed to die Writing m the July 8 issue of the Journal of the American Medical he proposes a guideline may help in decisions about sustaining the lives of grossly deformed and deprived infants BILL GROENEN photos Traditional dancers Traditional Japanese dancers were out in all their splendor on the weekend at the Nikka Yuko Centennial Garden as part of the Obon service held by the Honpa Buddhist church young and dressed in colorful kimonos participated in the annual event. Participants were church members from Coaldale and Picture Butte The Rev Richard a Jesuit at the Kennedy Centre for Bioethics at Georgetown D C says 'That guideline is the poten- tial for human relationships associated with the infant's condition that potential is simply non-existent or would be utter- ly submerged and un- developed in the mere struggle to that life has achieved its potential Father McCormick says many infants who would have died a decade ago can be sav- ed by modern medical means This means there is a greater responsibility to make judgements about the quality of life being he says Father McCormick says mistakes will be made because human decisions are but adds is better to err on the side of life He also says that allowing some infants to die does not imply that some lives are others or that there is such a thing as life not worth living The question is whether wordly ex- istence will offer a valued in- dividual any hope of sharing those values for which physical life is the fundamen- tal The priest says physicians should provide guidance in the grey areas between extremes of deformity Nearly he would probably agree that an infant born without a brain without rational but what the same cannot be said of the mongoloid infant Father McCormick says it should be stressed that is the pride of the Judeo- Chnstian tradition that the weak and the powerless and those whose grasp on the goods of life is most fragile that those whose potential is real but reduced are cherished and protected as our neighbor in greatest is neither inhuman nor un-Chnstian to say that there comes a point where an in- dividual's condition itself represents the negation of any truly human he adding that point is is not the best treatment no Tips for V plant lovers Are you wondering what to do with your plants when you go on holidays9 If you are going for only about 10 the solution to your problem is relatively says Arlene Chesney of the Alberta department of agriculture's horticultural branch in a news release For large one-stemmed plants like philodendrons and she recommends watering them thoroughly and putting the pot in a plastic bag Then secure the bag tightly around the stem of the plant to prevent evaporation Since this method may not be practical for multi- stemmed plants like African violets and Miss Chesney suggests a homemade humidity chamber for these type of plants To do you put the plants on a tray of moist peat moss or gravel and encase them and the tray in a piece of clear plastic supported above the plants with stakes Regardless ot the method put the plants out of direct sunlight If you are going to be away for more than 10 she suggests you ask someone to come m to water your plants rather than moving them to somebody else's house IVeeWhimsv win be sent the original art lor her quote SerJ VOLT quotation lo this paper LEGION BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY at 8 p.m. JACKPOT one number per until 10th Game in 52 Numbers 15th Game in 57 Numbers MEMORIAL HALL PUBLIC MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY LOUNGE CHILDREN UNDER 16 NOT ALLOWED by Auxiliary to Canadian Laglon days DRESSES Ladies' and Juniors SHORTS Good variety of easy care fabrics AS COATS AND RAINWEAR r Centre Village Mill 328-5025 College Mill 328-2809 712 4th Avenue South Phone 328-8111 SPORTSWEAR TOPS by a Well known Manufacturer 1 1 DENIM JEANS i f Faded Blue Sues 7 to 15 Navy Denim Reg PANT COATS IOW PANT SUITS JACKETS Embroidered Battle Style Jacket Other Pent Suits Reduced to Clear V 1 1 OO MATERNITY WEAR Dresses Tops Pants and 77 off Dresses Tops Pants and Short Stte 'Summer weight Not available ai all stores BATHING SUITS It NW 330t SI Foituloon Phoni 1TI 17 1 W Thrlrv.K Phonr EDMONTON lETHSKlOGf REDOEEI MEDICINE HAT CAMIOSE MOOKS STETT1EI HIGH tlVtd OLDS CALGARY and T 1 and Merit M Qff Nylon with Terry Lining M Jj TANK TOPS Well known manufacturer Regular 7 98 PANTS Including Sues 1 2 to 1 8 As low As bettyshop ;