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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IFTHBRIDGE HERAID Mciitt, 39, f r ns earlv years rearing: Hy TVKIC llc'rald sinll Uriler Tlio years the mf reinforcement which he iv- j (co emotions, must con- nives, sot patterns of hfhav- them, and are not ideals t lo ek I can learn from "Accept .able behavior f o lx> rei nforced.'' oxpln mod Mrs. "but lu'gnlive be- I he reactions of his parents." she said. "and iiceds to be shown that adults arc human too, rot god-like." She added tluit there Sessions ihe child at play, It-ivior needs n careful type of sponsored by Lethbridge discipline." Family Services, illustrated She said n possible reason i embarrassing in apolo- throus'li the nw of films the j for negative behavior is often fo a child" when tltc changing pittiorns found m tbe to pet attention. A reinforce- has unjustly over-dis- child of four, nnd Ihe more I irtent. even thc ugh negative in stable child of five. itself, serves to pive the reac- Piickeli. family coun- tion the child sought; alien- seller, conducted Hie afternoon j tion. meeting r.nd explained the con-1 "Often, the best course is a she said, "Offer lo fusing behavior presented by neutral one, children wiihin tliis age group, no reaction "The most obvious nature of j Uvc behavior." fhe four year she said, j An extension of this type of "is the negative behavior lie J behavior attention combina- rlisplays." (ion would be to show the child Tliis stage is marked with that o'hers (parents advilts) conflicting altitudes of "what arc willing to impose "bohav- I want, to do, and what I ought ior modifications" on the child, to do.1' I In this way, the child does It is during this lime that j not learn to control and modify the child seeks recognition of j his own emotions, am! make himself as a worthwhile person, his own decisions, but depends THE BETTER HALF By Barnes ciplincd in a situation ami added external pressures onlo tire child's mis- take. "An explanation of the situa- tion and you (as a parent) overcame it, forms a learning experience .is she said. Included in her talk were simple forniJT of art work, which parents can provide, particularity painting, which develop coordination in hand movements rece.ssary in the school life of the child. Sessions on family living are held each Tuesday at p.m. in the Fled Cross building, nth St. ami 7th Avc. S. GRAND TEMPLE OF PRAIRIE PROVINCES -The 42nd session of the grand temple of the Pythian Sisters was field recently in the city. Marking iho gathering was ihe In- stallation of incoming officers, including left to right. Grand Senior, Bea Sslby, Regina; Grand Chief, Lois McGroggor, Kenton, Man; and Past Grand, Rose lartl, Cole- man. The Pythian Sisters, and Knighls of PytliJan are charitable organizations whose members raise fuiWs for causes such as the menially retarded, polio and cystic fibro- sis victims and many olhcrs. The local chapter has its temple in Coaldalo, and has been in existence for approximately 25 years. Authority on hand-writing aids prosecution, of Rose IS serve you (ike to explain why three perfect strangers warned me to warch ouf for you tonighf 7" Isolation a slate oi mind losophy of Pat Thomas, wife of the director of the Grenfell Mis- sion Hospital in St. Anthony Nfht She says people romanticize unnecessarily about tlw relative isolation of a northern medical mission. "They tend to think you live in a cabin and pass out aspirin now and again. "There are many more iso- lated people in Toronto he-cause they have never looked outside it. I think the really cultured person reacts lo h is environ- ment and gets a kick'out of it." Pat Thomas' environment is the 190-bed regional hospital at St. Antlwny. There is a large Women only- persons EDMONTON (CP) Helen lUmley. one of two women in the Alberta legislature, lias nrale a pitch for women's lights. -Miss Hnnley, a minister with- out portfolio, said during the budget debate women siwuld be j given full marks for their tal- ents, abilities and capabilities for instance by being given ap- pointments that are worth some- thing. Gxpi-essing her concern for the role of women in society, re Conserve! i v c Rocky Mountain Ann Landers The Lethbridge Batia'i cons munity recently held its Nexv j Year celebration at the Bow- man Art Centre. Naw Rnz or New Year, in accordance with ttie Haha'i calendar fa solar calendar composed of 19 months consist- ing of 19 days each, phis lour intercalary occurs on the first day of spring. This year's Naw-Ruz cele- brations were marked by pray- ers and readings from tile Baha'i writings, a supper com- prised of foods from different countries, and a talent show. OTTAWA {CP) Isolation is j all specialized surgery but there just a state of mind in the phi- are four other Grenfell-operated i hospitals in the region. wximen sunply want Uo be "considered as persons." She put in a plug for the province's domestic train i n g pilot project spon- "In this day and ape we are! an arm of the j says Mrs. Thomas Government funds pay for much medical and I .-X' cali'iuuir a' f lo ocal Mrs. A. S. Hovan. 1IJO 19 St. i S., will be hostess to the Mar- garet Hartley Past Presidents Club on Thursday, at 0 p.m. Confidential to Are You Or Aren't 1 am nol in favor of the death penalty. 'Hie records indicate that it does nothing to deter crime. I will admit, however, thai it docs repeaters. DEAR AN7N' LANDERS: I have read a lot of advice in your column about the adopted child and how the history of his parentage should he handled, but what does an unwed mother tell her illegitimate son about his father if she doesn't want to lie? I love my little boy and 1 have no regrets, but where are Ihe words to make a small child understand'; I don't want my son to grow up feeling inferior to other children, nor do f want him to hate his father for abandoning us because I am the one who left, f'd appreciate your help. And Uncertain DEAR U: An unwed mother who "doesn't want to lie" can tell the truth. But she should choose her words care- fully, accentuating the positive and soft-peddling the nega- tive. She can say, for example: "I decided it would be tetter for all of us if your daddy went away and let me raise you without help. He was very nice about it and tilings are working out fine. I have enough love for both a mom and dad and I am very glad you are mine." MONTHEAL (CP) Tlic happiest moment in Michele Langluis1 life, she says, was when a judge presiding over thc Front de Liberation du Quebec kidnapping trials looked at her across the crowded courtroom and said: "1 accept (his woman as a reliable Michclc rays she blushed a little because it was her first assignment and the evidence she had just given was that Paul Ilcsc had actually writ- ten an FLQ communique. Eose denied he had written it. Michele. 2.1, is one of two hand writing experts on the staff of 11'- department of jus- tice at Quebec provincial po- lice headtjualk-rs and she had examined n specimen of Rose's handwriting initler a micro- scope In substantiate IIOL- find- ings. The court appearance had come only a few weeks after she had complied a two-year course at Hie Scientific Police Laboratory of Marseille, France. I In some of Ihe most urgent and vital handwriting analyses in Canal's history, Michclc read the letters of James Cross and Pierrre Laporte and satis- fied police that these men had, in fact, written their o v; n words. EVIDENCE HACKED Ul' Then she spent weeks gath- ering the reasons fcr her find- ings and eventually substanti- ated her evidence in court. Hose is one of four men cliargecl with kidnaping and murder in the arxtuction in Oclober. 1970, of Pierre La- tten Quebec labor min- ister. Rose has been sentenced to life on each of the two charges. Francis Simard is serving life for murder. Bernard Lot-tic was sentenced to 20 years for kidnapping. Jacques Rose is before the courts. .lames Cross, British trade commissioner in Montreal, was kidnapped five clays before La- porte. Dut he was released in December, 1970, in a govern- ment deal that permitted his atxhictors to be flown lo Cuba. Tlic terrorist FLQ claimed responsibility for both abduc- tions and the strangulation. "I suppose you could say 1 came back to Canada espe- cially to deal with ttie FLQ sit- professional staff at the mis- sion. Mrs. Thomas terms herself "a volunteer consultant'1 to the mission's housekeeping dcpart- to learn budgeting, management, sewing and housekeeping skills which would tham become "more able to manage on the money they arc given." Debate was adjourned by Win- mcnt-a job that entails house- Backus, minister of public keeping for 200 staff members. works. out-patient service as doc-tors j Twenty years of medical work and nurses use boats and planes I in the Atlantic provinces have to care for patients in northern Newfoundland and convinced the Thomases to re- tire there, but where or when is St. Anthony is the centre for I still an open question. THERESA BEAUTY SALON 740 4lh Avo. S., Professional Bldg. nexl to Poll Office Phone 328-6424 EASTER PERM Regular 15.00. Ragular 12.50. 10.75 NOW..... ;...............8.75 Special nvailnbln Tuet. ond Wed., March 28 and 29 Alio Sol., Tue.. end Wed., April 1, 4 and 5. NEW PURCHASE EDMONTON1 (CP) A ma- chine for testing steel and rein- forced columns and beams and pipeline .sections has been pur- chased by the University of Al- berta civil engineering depart- ment. The M49.0DO machine, largest of its type in Canada, was purchased with a grant from the National Research Cmmd! of Canada. Old time and western square dance classes will be held In Tabcr on Thursday at 8 p.m. in the Dr. Hamman .school. Tliis is being held in conjunc- tion with the recreation depart- ment. Women are asked to please bring a box lunch. Kvei-yonc welcome. Christian Science testimony meeting will be field Wednes- day at p.m. in the church auditorium. 1203 4th Avc. S. Everyone welcome. LCI's band fund b i n f, a planned for lonight has been j postponed until April 12. Help! We've been having problems. Many calendars, particularly at Ihe weekend, are not arriving in lime lo be run on tlin requested ilate. To avoid fulurr disappointment, we would ask that all In1 mailed in limp lo arrive at. Ihe Hcrnlil not later than noon on the day before the ilesiml publication date. EASTER LILIES POTTED ROSES AND OTHER POTTED PLANTS FOR EASTER Sorry we will not bo in Centre Villngo Mall before Editer. Plnnts will be on sale at Iho greenhouse. GARDEN OF OPTIMISM SUNRISE RANCH COALDAIE PROJECT OF THE IETHBRIDGE ASSOCIATION FOR THE MENTALLY RETARDED BINGO MOOSE HALL 1234 3rd AVENUE NORTH ol P.M. Jaekpol in 58 Numbers 12 Gomes in 7 Number! 4lh 8th Gomel Doubled m 7 Number! 5 CcucU 00 3 FREE GAMES FREE CARDS DOOR PRIZE NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 SPONSORED BY THE LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSS Plan to Spend WEEKEND With Us! FAMltY RATES FAMILY STYLE SUNDAY BREAKFAST EASTER BUFfET DINNER RAINBOW HOTEL GREAT FALLS, MONTANA PHONE 454-2121 FOR RESERVATIONS! ANNUAL MEETING NATIVE FRIENDSHIP SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA Lcthbrfdge Friendthip Centre 102 5th SI. South WED., APRIL P.M. Election of Board of Directors Financial and Director Report Refreshments Will Be Served EVERYONE WEICOME Jlichcle says, "and I'm glad 1 did. "ft nil started when I was in school. "When 1 was I sUirleil noticing the different kinds of lianclnTiting around me. Every in my chiss differ- cutly; I spent hours Irying lo pinpoint Ilicsc differences. "And lhal is whnl I'm really doing today." With Irjr enlarg- ing apparatus, photographic equipment nnd infrared liphl, Michele oomiMres handwriting specimens with those found on forged cheques, documeuls and other written material. Cheque forgeries command a larec part of her time. Then there are cases where a man may deny his .signature on a document. Ry comparing Michele can solve the argument. "People think that by writ- ing block capitals they camel bo identified." she says, "bill they're very wrong. capitals still retain personal writing traits as in thc case of Ihe FLQ commu- niques." The anonymous and obscena letters Ibal'appsar rcgulsrly in Iho laboratory pass through her hands and provide what Michele calls "the funny part of my work." One of her latest assignments to discover that a man whose building was burned later endcrseil an insurance cheque for with his signa- ture and the signature of his partner. Again the judge decreed she was a reliable and expert wit- ness. Michele emphasizes lhal her work should not he linked or confused with graphol o g y, uhich seeks to determine per- sonalities from handwriting. Acceptable as evidence In the courts of France, it has yet to be considered such here. Although Michclc has a gra- phology diploma, she regards it merely as a hobby. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I have an aunt who is nosey. She has always nibbed me the wrong way. This aunt is ttie first one wilh the gossip and she loves to be in Ihe know. My mother has always insisted that I be respectful to my elders or I would have told Auntie off long ago. I've been married less than a year and every lime I see this aunt she greets mo with "Are you pregnant I learned just last month that 1 am pregnr.nt, but we aren't announcing it for at least two months or longer if I can keep it a secret. I dread seeing my aunt because 1 know she's going to ask me (hat quastion ard I'm a lousy liar. Any on how lo answer? Dolly HELLO DOLLY: Just tell your Nosey Aunt that when you're ready to make the announcement she'll he the first to know. You'll have told her no fib and this response is good for as long as yon want to use it. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am 12 years old and I have a terrible problem. It's my dad. He gave me the wrong in- structions and then got mad when I followed them. Dad told me to get a certain kind of film fcr Ihe camera ami the pictures didn't come our riglit he blew his cool. When mom look my part he shoved her against the stove. She hit her head on the cupboard and got a Ewo-ineh gash on her forehead. D.nd wasn't drunk when lie did Ihis. In fact, when he gets drunk he is very sweet and easy to get along with. I wish he'd drink more often. Mom wants dad lo go lo a counsellor but he refuses. The main problem is that lie punches her whenever he feels like it and he feels like it quite often. There arc three younger kids in our family, their ages arc in, 7 and Mom i.s .'Cl and warts a divorce but she is sfraid to Iry for What should we do? News, Va. DEAR N.P.N.: This is your mother's problem. If she, would like me to suggest something ask her to write. Women wrho slay v.ith men who knock them around have a special set of problems, even (hough they hate lo admit it. Please send inquiries and lo Landers Reader- mail Department, Chicago Sun Times-Daily News, 401 North Wabash Avc., Chicago, III. (10T.11. love 7S, her sonic floit'crs on a rainy Youngsters help needy during Lent SASKATOON (CP) Grade 7 students at St, Paul's School here say it's easy to give up candy, television or swearing tor Lent. So, they've decided lo give some i bin y of themselves in- stead. Three times a week, the stu- dents take their places in the servuig line at Friendship Inn, n refuge for the city's hungry and homeless. They help senre food lo about ICO men nnd women. The idea of helping was born during a religious discussion in class. "Being at the inn is giving Ihnm an appreciation of what underprivileged prople have to go through right here in Saska- says school principal Noi'bcrl Locffer. After Uie students have fin- ished serving, says Mr. Locffer, they sit