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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 1ft - THE LETHBRIDG5 HERALD - Friday, March 30, 1973 Girls to attend international camp A bake sale, sew-in, scrub-in and stay-in are just a few o� the projects of three local Kan-gel's who are trying to raise $500 each to attend the International Scout and Guide Camp in Gilwell, England. Marianna Bakker, 1? of Coal-dale and her sister, 15-year-old Marcella, and Wendy Palmer of Fernie, will leave Toronto July 22 for the .Salvation Army camp, located just outside o� London, and return August 13. While in Britain, they will also enjoy the hospitality of English Guides. All three girls are former Brownies and Guides. They are also involved in Sunday school activities, and a month they conduct church services at the Southland Nursing Home. A grade 12 student at Kate Andrews High School in Coal-dale, Marianna is also a member of the Alberta Girls Parliament. She will go to Edmonton in April for the model parliament. An enthusiastic singer, she is also entered in the Kiw-anis Music Festival. Marcella, 15, is a Grade 10 student at the same school and works in the Coaldale public library. She enjoys all sports, especially baseball and football. Wendy is taking business ad ministration at the Lethbridge Community College and plans to major in data processing next year. She is a Guide lieu tenant for the 5th Guide Company in Lethbridge and was a Brown Owl in Fernie. She has been washing cars one day a week to help raise funds for the trip. The girls are conducting a continuous bottle drive, and all have been doing janitor work to help raise money. Wednesday at 7:30 p.m., spring fashion show, along with a tea and bake sale, will be held at the Salvation Army Citadel. Fashions are to be provided by the Sally Shops. Proceeds will go to cover the three girls' expenses. Last chance to rehearse With the Lethbridge and District Kiwanis Music Festival just around the next corner, this scene is being repeated throughout the school system, as school choruses practice their songs just one more time. Shown are children of the Westminster Junior Choir taking advantage of available time in music class. The judges dscision will tell whether it was worth it all in the end. The festival gets under way Monday at 9 .a.m. Youngsters need punishment, love BANFF, AMa. (CP) - A Los | He said he worked In vain Angeles psychologist has good trying to end self - des- Calendar Oj? z 2 STRAIGHT SEW ELNA CONSOLES $210 1 Kenmore 1 American Home 1 Coronado 1 Spartan SPECIAL CLEARANCE ON TRADE INS - PERSONAL SHOPPING ONLY 3995 Singer Treadle ....... 49.95 Singer Automatic .... 100.00 Singer Automatic..... 125.00 Phaff F and R Cemale Singer f and It Consoles Domestic Automatic Necchi Automatic 79 .95 ..... 9S.8S  98.88 1 Singer Touch and Sew Console . .. ... 299.00 2 1 2 (^InaJJ^^ ^GMMtig. (siesvPu, 408 5th Street South 325 6th Ave. S.E. LETHBRIDGE - Phone 327-8877 MEDICINE HAT - Phone 526-5400 DISTRIBUTORS FOR ELNA AND WHITE SEWING MACHINES PHONE FOR FREE HOUSE DEMONSTRATION - SEWING LESSONS GIVEN HEADQUARTERS For parts, accessories and repair service for most makes of sewing machines. on public display, there is little | Shanghai of the outward sex stimulation; River, that marks some Western countries. But affection and romance are apparent in the laughter and comaraderie of young people and among couples holding hands while walking at night along the Bund in by the Whangpoo Hot dogs worth eating TORONTO (CP) - The uproar over hot dogs may l>2 keeping an Inexpensive source of protein out of the diets of some Canadians, says Dr. Leon J. Rubin. He says Canadian government regulations govern the ingredients in Canadian wieners, which provide some assurance that they are worth earing. Dr. Rubin is director of research for Canada Packers Ltd. In a release from the firm he is quoted as saying Canadians should not be afraid their hot dogs contain unwholesome msct ingredients. Except for wieners labelled "all beef," their meat ingredients include beef, mutton and pork, along with fat trimmed from loins and hams. The meat is from older animals. It is inspected for whole-someness and is graded, but il lacks the layers of fat and marbling required in higher grades. Dr. Rubin said beef heart and beef liver may be used in hot dogs, as well as beef trips-the lining from cattle stomachs. Blood plasma from inspected cattle may be used and whole blood is used in small amounts as a source of color. MAKES FOR EFFICIENCY "Any cf the ingredients in Canadian wieners can be eaten on their own. Their use in hot dogs keeps over-all meat processing operations niore efficient." Dr. Rubin said wieners contain about 11.6-psr-cent protein and 50 - per - cent moisture. He said the most controversial additive in Canadian hot dogs Ls sodium nitrite, used to cure meats. "Nitrites can combine, under certain conditions, with sul> stances called sec o n d a r y amines to 'produce nitrosa-mines, which under some circumstances can be a health hazard. "However recent experiments conducted by the United States department of agriculture have shown that none of these nitro-samines are produced in wieners when nltiite levels of 200 parts per million or less are adhered to during processing. This research conflicts with earlier experiments in which small quantities of nitrosamines were found in a very few wiener samples." Apparent also is great affection for babies and children. Official policy now recommends each family be limited to two children. The limit apparently is meeting greater success in cities than in rural areas. Under a law passed in 1951, two years after the Communist party came to power, the marriage age was 18 for girls fwho had once been married off as e3r]y as 14 or so) and 20 for men. Now the custom is about 23 for girls in general and 25 or older for men, but in cities generally girls marry at 25, Dr. Li said. Infant mortality has come tumbling down dramatically, said the two physicians. Before the Communist government took over, the death rate of infants in the first year of life was as much as 200 per 1,000 births in some areas, more than 100 in Peking, Dr. Li said. Now, in cities it is only a few per cent, she said. The official said drastic reductions in infant mortality and in adult death rates from infectious diseases make effective family planning all the more urgent to prevent staggering population growth. news for those parents who! suffer guilt pangs whenever! they yield to tba impulse to smack their misbehaving children. ' Dr. Ivar Lovaas, of the University of California, said children can benefit "as much from the occasional anger and physical punishment of their parents as they do from their love and praise." He said love and punishment must go together if the child is to grow into an adult who can cope effectively with the world. Dr. Lovaas, who has spent years scientifically studying difficult children, said love can be as destructive as hate, or anger as constructive as love." Attending the fifth annual international conference on behavior modification, Dr. Lovaas said in an interview parents should praise and love a child when he or she acts' nor-n-cl cr sane and dees things which will be a benefit in the future "If he acts bad or crazy, you should punish him. The well-meaning parent can cripple his child as surely as the brutal one if he believes that all his child needs is love," he said. "The totally secure child, who believes there are no limits to love, will not be challenged to grow and learn all the social, intellectual and physical skills he will need to build his own secure place in the world and may remain well below his potential " Dr. Lovaas said his common-sense prescription for parents was the result of his work with autistic children-youngsters so withdrawn from the world they appear retarded. tructiveness by showing love and uiulerstanding to allay the feelings of self hatred and guilt psychologists believ e d underlay their behavior. "One day quite by accident I hit one of them - and he stopped," he recalled. A smack on the behind stopped other children too, he said, and soon it was realized that such institutionalized children were net punishing themselves but were making desperate plays for the rare attention of overworked nurses. "A good whack on the rear, one that kind of hurts," and most children will stop hurting themselves within a minute." Then other forms of education and therapy aimed at making the child grow like other children can be introduced. Several hundred children treated in this way since 1961 have acquired language, elementary social skills, and even learning how to read and write after self-destructive behavior was eliminated through punishment, he said. Dr. Lovaas said psychologists are beginning to drop some of their more fanciful theories about human behavior in favor of a hard, scientific look at some of the layman's more durable commonsense notions. Some of them, like "spare the rod and spoil the child," contain a kernel of truth which psychologists might streamline into effective behavior modification techniques, he said. One old fashioned idea winch Dr. Lovaas holds Is that children owe just as much care and concern to their parents as their parents do to them. J$n and of t Oil t own Xi Iota Chapter. Beta Sigma Phi, recently entertained with a coffee pai-ty at the home of Mrs. Jean Nielsen with special guests Mrs. F. Thompson, Mrs. J. Virostek, Mrs. F. Simons and Mrs. A. Klippenstine in attendance. A progressive supper was also held for members and their husbands, with Mr. and Mrs. F. Simons and Mr. and Mrs. V. Soderquist as guests. Mrs. E. Hall, Mrs. D. Sawieki, Mrs. Y. Storfie and Mrs. E. Kennedy of Lethbridge, Mrs. Thelma Stevens of Foremost and Mrs. M. Martin of Bam-well will l>e in Red Deer Saturday to assist in conducting a Girl Guide provincial training workshop. * � � An open house will be held in honor of Mr. Ed Clifton of Ma-gralh on the occasion of his tiOth birthday, Sunday from 3 to G p.m. at 1he Dean Lawlor res-idpnee. 2220 27th St. S., Lethbridge. Friends and relatives welcome to attend. No gifts, by request. Child care offered at sex seminar A sexuality education semi-]9:30 a.m. At 10 o'clock, Larry u.,. -  'McKiUoP( director of the Al- berta Sexuality Education Institute in Calgary, will discuss learning to live with sexuality. Prof. George Mann from the University ou Lethbridge sociology department will present alternate lifestyles at 11:30, and lunch will be served in the building at 12:30 p.m. At 1:30, Dr. William D. SUtt, qynecolcgist, and Father William Kelly, priest at St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church will conduct a panel on alternatives to an unwanted pregnancy. Communicative technique* will be examined at 3 o'clock. In addition to the discussions, there will be displays of educational materials and continuous film presentations. Parents wishing to take advantage of the free supervision during the sem'inar may leave their children at the Bowman Art Centre from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Beverages will be supplied, but a lunch bag will be necessary for older children. Formula, two diapers and baby seat should accompany infants. Children six years and older will need skates and swim suits, as a recreational program has been planned. This includes an outing to Indian Battle Park, an hour of swimming and two hours of ice skating. Further information on the seminar is available at 328- nar will be held at the YWCA on Saturday, April 14, with special supervision and recreation arranged for the children of those wishing to attend. The workshop is designed to provide an understanding of the value and problems of sex education, along with factual information in particular areas of sexuality. Parents, teacliers, young people and others interested in sexuality education are invited to attend. The program, sponsored by the Birth Control and Information Centre, will commence at WeeWhimsy Georja Zarkadd; receives th� original art for hit Wea Whimsy. Send youri to this paptr. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 $500 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. SEE THE AMAZING 4-WAY VORWERK The cleaner that will revelutlonlie house cleaning FAIRFIELD APPLIANCE SERVICES LTD. 1244 3rd AVI. $. PHONE 327-6070 CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HAll-Cor. 13th St. and 6th Ave. N. FRIDAY, MARCH 30th - 8:00 O'CLOCK 4th and 8th Games $30 in 7 NUMBERS-12th Game $40 S CARDS FOR SI.00 OR 25c EACH BLACKOUT JACKPOT $125-52 NUMBERS LUCKY NAME DRAW WORTH $77 LUCKY NUMBER DRAW WORTH $4 Persons Under 16 Years No' Allowed SPONSORED BY ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CLUB HEADWAY' MAKE IT WITH A COURSE An interesting job ... a worthwhile income, a sense of security and well being; consider these for yourself as a matter of course - a training course. Enrollment dates are coming up fast; now's the time to act. But there's more good newsl If you've been an Alberta resident for the past 12 months or more, and are now presently unemployed, you may qualify to take o course at this prWate institution FREE, under the Provincial Government Department of Advanced Educa* tlon's Priority Employment Program - P.E.P. CLEP-K-TYPIST COURSE 12-WEEK DURATION COMMENCES APRIL �, 1973 Register now. Contact Mr. Arthur J. Plewes, C.C.T., Principal Phone: 327-3961 HENDERSON COLLEGE OF BUSINESS LIMITED 202 Woolworth Building LETHBRIDGE ;