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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE IE1HBRIDGE HERAID Jung 7, 1972 Jsn, and out of town The 1972 graduating class of the Lethbridge Municipal Hos- pital, the Gait School of Nurs- ing, the School of Radiology and the School of Laboratory Tech- nology, will be honored by (he Women's Auxiliary to the hos- pital, at a reception. It is to be held in the Gait School of Nursing auditorium following the formal ceremon- ies on Friday evening. General convenor is Mrs. G. H. Oliver, with Mrs. W. S. An- derson as co-conventr.. Orange Lodg e active The Orange Lodge celebrated its 50th anniversary on June a and 6. The Orange Benevolent Asso- ciation is active across Canada, and a recent benevolent tea and donations from Orange mem- bers in Calgary realized All of this money was contri- buted to the Canadian Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. In Alberta alone, through the Orange Foundation for Chil- dren, from 1967-71, the following contributions were made: Handi-bus for retarded chil- dren in Edmonton, a bus for the Association for Ketardet Children in Lethbridge, Oakhill Boys Ranch in Bonnyville; Evelyn Unger School for Learning and Language Devel opment, Edmonton; Dialysis University Hospital, Edmonton Bethany Home for Children Wetaskiwin; a bus for Park land School for Retarded Chil dren, Eed Deer and mani others. Hostesses will be Mrs. Sterl- ing Smith, Mrs. L. Halt, Mrs. G. Draffin, Mrs. D. Holroyd; Mrs. B. Thacker, Mrs. C. Parrj', Mrs. W. Skelton, Mrs. Rosaine and Mrs. A. C. An- derson. Accepting pouring honors are VIrs. A. Andreachuk, Mrs. E. Maclean, Mrs. K. Johnson, Mrs. J. Moreland; Mr. J. Graham, Mrs. S. Slem- 10, Mrs. C. Evans, Mrs. F. Rus- sell, Mrs. D. Schindeler and Miss A. Union. Serving guests and assisting n other capacities will be Mrs. iV. Arsene, Mrs. J. Banfield, Mrs. E. Blais, Mrs. G. Camine; Mrs. C. Darcelle, Mrs. J. Diett Miss L. Doenz, Mrs. J. Fildes, Mrs. D. Graham; Mrs. H. B. Hunt, Mrs. A. C. Hinds, Mrs. J. D. Henderson, Mrs. K. Lenagh; Mrs. E. A. Lawrence. Mrs. 1C. Mrs. D. Martin, Mrs. M. Nash: Mrs. W. Myers, Miss G. Price, Mrs. C. Snowden, Mrs. L. Marshall, Mrs. W. Strome; Mrs. J. Whimster, Mrs. M. B. Wilkinson, and Mrs. S. Verlin- den. rr .1 r T'cimitvi From birth through college it costs the average family" in the United .States nearly 000 to rear a child. And the mother who might have work- ed but didn't, passed up 000 in income. Those findings are the result of a federal study that seeks to put a price tag on parent- hood for the rich and poor, the educated and uneducated. The authors emphasize the potential earnings of the moth- er who stays home until the', youngest is 14. The typical birth-through-college cost for such families with two children is Each additional child would cost more. In such a family the mother with an elementary school ed- ucation could have earned 321; the high-school educated mother the college-ed- ucated mother and the mother with five years or more of college For the lat- ter, two children will cost the family in costs and lost income. On tho average, the study finds, the direct cost of raising a child to age 13 ranges from to BINGO MOOSE HALL 1234 3rd AVENUE NORTH WEDNESDAY ai f.M. Jackpot in 56 Numbers 12 Games Tn 7 Numbers 4th 8th Gamut Doubled in 7 Numbers 5 Cards 2 FREE GAMES FREE CARDS DOOR PRIZE NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 SPONSORED BY THE lOYAt ORDER OF MOOSE HALIFAX (CP) Isabel1 acneill is considered one of e most knowledgeable women. Canada on the treatment and habilitation of female law- eakers. [t's been six years since she signed as superintendent of e federal prison for women at ngston, Ont., but her interest the welfare and correction of male criminals remains. Since her retirement, Miss acneill has spent her time eparing briefs for a number national and foreign studies criminology and making per- nal visits to other countries lo ok into penal reform. "The solution to crime is jus- she suggested in on inter- ew, "Not justice in the exclu- ve the police, ju- ciary and correctional instltu- a social justice that egins early in life. ET EARLY TREND Miss Macneill, now 64 and liv- g in a 200-year-old home at Village, N.S., notes that lost criminals show anti-social endencies hi childhood. For this says a ew approach to juveniles must implemented. The law identi- es children as "lawbreakers, although it is doubtful if a child t JO to 14 years is capable of orming criminal intent." Society classes young offend- rs as delinquents and, "in too ;any cases, isolates them from ociely in institutions with other delinquents.' Miss Macneill, a gr.-vluale of lount Saint Vincent University and Heatherly's in London, ingland, disouted this method f dealing with the young law- reaker. "ft there is any relationship Between cause and effect, the irst step in reducing criminal- ly in Canada would appear to x the institution of preventive ervices for she says POSITIVE It was worthwhile to empha ize the positive qualities of of enders, to them regain jelf-conh'dence. Forced to think or themselves and to make de- :isions, offenders were better rcpared to join society as tronger persons, not easily led r misled and not so dependent n others. "No one is a criminal and othing says Miss Mac- eill. "What else they are and light become is more impor- ant than what they have Many criminals she knew in r 25-year career "lacked the example of good parents, the plrilual, emotional and miate- ial climate essential for devel- ipment as law-abiding people. But they were not born crimi- she says. 'No one is born a Revision oi nurses' act is proposed WINNIPEG (CP) The rights of professionals who en- sure the best possible health care must be "zealously pro- the president of the Manitoba Association of Regis- tered Nurses said here. E. M. Nugent said at the as- sociation's annual meeting these rights must be protected while the autonomy of profes- sional b p diesis being scruti- nized by government. "One component of being in- volved is risk." She said, "The association can lead the way only if each of us is prepared to take risks for what we be- lieve and care deeply about." Miss Nugent cautioned that "lack of co-ordination could re- duce our productivity to aim- less busy-work." She said the association's legislation committee and legal counsel have prepared pro- posals for the revision of the Registered Nurses Act. The proposals will be presented to the provincial government if they receive the approval of the annual meeting. 23.95 BENEFIT SHOES LTD. 615 4th Ave. S. 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