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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta DEMONSTRATION Demonstrators face police guarding Orsainville Prison In a protest over the jailing of three Quebec labor leaders who are kept there. Advance preparation is key lo happiness in retirement TORONTO (CP) Advance preparation is the key lo a happy retirement, say geron- fologists who arc concerned that loo few Canadians are ready for change that can be devastating. All-important, foo. say the experts on aging, are good health and nn adequate in- come. On the latter point, studies show, nearly I wo million Ca- nadians over the age of 65 are existing on income generally considered below the poverty level. On the first point, an in- creasing number of men and women arc retiring with good health, thanks to advances in medicine and to medical and hospital care now available throughout Uie country. But the geronlologists say more emphasis should be given In government and in- dustry programs lo advance preparation lack of which, they conlend, can lead to ill health and premature senility. Many government programs prepare civil servants lo meet the challenge posed by the ar- bitrary figure of 65 when most people retire after a lifetime of work. There also are some courses in schools and col- U of L graduates University of ornrtu- 1 Ja-nes Stewart. Ardilh 3B2 Students during lual spring convocation at the Exhibi- lon Pavilion. Following arc the graduates (mm lie (acuity ol iirls nnd scirncp. Howard Alexander, Grant Alger, Dennis Allen, Jane Anderson, Susan George Atkinson, Kenneth Bflch.Ticier, David Bailour, Ross 3ornaby Michael Bennett, M I I I o n Phil p Black, Mark Boh, Ronald BoneiUj Daniel Brat Ian, Rosemary EJrtxier- ck. Stephen Drynnl, Dean Burr, Aidfin aullerfield. Diilo Bultcrwick, Theodore Buiunis, DcreK Colllas, Joan Lannadv. Michael Carncll, Jack Chalmers, John Chan, Clifford Chapman, M o n I e Chrislenscn; Peltr Clamp, Douglas f.lark, Don- Idn formif-r. Laurie Hashlrumc, Much Crawford, James Culver, Myron Currie, Catherine Cufhherl, Robin Danrir Barry Mchan Deosaran, Gordon Dickscn, Lalkrishna Doodnalh, Vaughn Dragland, Eilljo Drent; Sylvia Drinkcll, Kcnnclh Duncan, Dale Eblicrl, Fayp Hkljnd, Bruce Elder, Mark Rirharcl Eu llngson, Kennr-th CnancJor, Arthur Ffr- Flrlh, Ralph Foster, Patricia Fnescn, Bencvll Gadd, Morgan Gadd; RoLerl GiirrcM, John Geremia, Jane Goodall, Gregory U.Vfiii: b. ..j n, D T Harold eel, Daniel Stryker, David Suthei land, Kenneth Svobcda, James Swan- son, Mdsaye Tanaka; William Tedesco, Patricia Thomp- 5on, Harold Tithenof, Gordon Todd Sluflfl Travis, Robert Tsilimblrds, Jerry Uhde, Judith Gordon Valgardson, Marilyn Van Loo, Peter Fis5er, Shaun Ward, Elizabeth War- mink; Marlln Wovers, Dobra WhMehead, Alexander Linoa Wedra Wilflams, Brian Williamson, Allan Wilson, Terry Anna, Hoi Fai Wong, Fdwin Wooley, Douglas W r i g h I, Richard Wuiikr, Kalhryn Vamashita. Following are Ihe from fhe lacully of cdLCJ'ion: i Judith Adams, Paul Adams, PaulcHe I Alvau, Winona Anderson, FredericK j Andrews, Jnmcs Asplund, Eliiabelh BollCV, Bell, Willis Dell Terpsn Bcrie, Basil Boardman, John" Bolton; Geolfrey Bradshow, Kathleen Breck- cnricJge, Gillian Bushrod, Sloven Bush- red, Richard Buswell, Maria Cabral, James C a h o o n, Roherl Campbell, Rawhy Cassii, Dale Chant, Art i I a Chemolli, Mary Clamp, Merna Cole- man, Reed Colernan, Eleanor Cpch No-ifl Craig, C r I Dancrk, Eva Delday, Audrey Mo Doig, Allar De'.V.iyne Duct Dyck, Mary Dolq, Linda Doglcrom, Iris Dumonl, Marllynn :arl, Jayce Edwards, Jcst-ph Haquc, Jclni Hai- Grey, Alan Groie, Victor Guesi, Peior beck, Donald Judl Hall, Brian H Hanrnhan. SuiannP Marker, Ray Rf son, Allen llcrLst Pertr H.CKS, Karen" H Bins, Henry Hiltleum Linda Hoir, J.-.ln Iwaasfl, Dcnna son, Donald Johnson, on, Brian .lohnbton, Gary Jones, non .lubber Dpug'n1- K I LflVe Pslri Frirksi rroir Gal, Gu'yji, I HffiNi.'.( i Kalhe Falk, Alison Tlshpr Vtarin Hurlado, Hi David Gilicspic, Anila D.iviO J.iku. Mir I Khfldan K P i isso, Rui Sisfer Ce'ine Velnia Marker, Elln Halhawfly, Elisabeth Hemmincis, Minerva Hcrlcr, Lowell Holland. Linda Holslead Ncs- tor Hryvnak, Roy Hunlcr, Frank Hus- iar, Keilh Jones, Sharon Jonsson, John Kelly: Collier inp Khan, Nancy Klmura, i Larry Koihnny, .Invflph Kryvvcl I Ronalrl LT. Mon Tony Hei Shinti Lcunci, Harry LIMcniil, Grr.'ild I mrl. I Linie Bear. Robcrl Lock wood, Henry Gordon Lowe, WflIPS- IB, John Marllnl, Jnhn McCriNVy, Stewart McDonald, Charipi McKillop, Ronald AlcKllrkk, Gpralrj McL.ino, Helmut Mcrklrhorp, PhlNp Mcrr.ll, Wilier. Lylr Mltlrr Robert MorH-r, (irinn Muirny. Krnnrlti .trepph Nnmrih, nonnn NPV- Illo, Dnvlri Uowlon I Noirii, Fi urp Ihonifl-; Oi.nuJ, (-.srv Orr, Danlcn F.rln Pprtl, Roflri Pi-Mclirr, Vlnlrl t-tlwil 1 Joanne LnnnrMlr., Irrnq; D.TVicf Lvnatl'i, Wil. tnd M-ikowichuk Myrna McGerr.or, Rolxrl McKenrio, Jane McMullm, Lvn Mrrcm, Cheryl Art jnc mold Marjnrip PI In Mortcmoro, Ruth MPU! Ipr, Elanor Munror, Gordon Nellson, Ruth Nelson; Kwok Plu Ng, AAarlan Nlih- Inifl, Tcrrancc O'Dnnncll, William Oleksy, Brian O'Neil, Cvdyn Parsons John Paskiuskl, LI'v Paviolianili; Gary Konneth Polerson. Gisclfl Plettcl, Judy uNrio, i June Mpflr) Pickcll Rein Plersnn; Plskn, Sharon Pochf, Rarfllli Rnm, Rlrlloy pbell Ross, Mnrgnt ROM, C, u y ?V Joyi.e Snknn, Nonry .Srhnnor, Phillips, P Pirtni Pniiv'H-ii, OurnT'ln ,ianir arnqor, Jo.innfl .Srwiirr, Snnwi John 'si Prlns. P Rend, 1- Mithapl strln Slevrns, Will Rull Rlfcfilr, Gcnllroy Tnqn Infjrr TrIMntf, Terlc n 1 hlrMf n, Dr tlnn Illlo Anihnnv Sims, Ulrlmrd W Lflwrcnrp Sl.nvuin; 1 poiinrrl Smllh, ShrMcy smith, Mk. Dwi Snmnirr'nlrll, Judith I i Rnlwl 1 Wrlili, Wllllf Icgeg and some labor unJons conduct preparatory pro- grams. BUSINESS FALLS Business finns, survey's show, have no such programs. This should he the responsibil- ity, at least in part, of privata enterprise, experts contend. Maurice Nixon, program director for aging of the Cana- dian Council of Social Devel- opment, said in an interview he knows ol no company in Canada with its own pre-re- Lirement program. But it is not all the fault o[ management, lie added. The Northern Electric Co. had sucfi a program but aban- doned it when workers mada it plain lliey did not want to hear about retirement, even on company time, Mr. Nixon said. This attitude Is not unusual, said Sister St. Michael Guinan, senior research offi- cer on nging with the Ontario department of social and fam- ily services. She cites studies Ihat show there often is a denial of aging, a reluctance lo look at Ihe realities of the future. Sister Guinan said a factor in this altitude was prospec- tive income. Her depart- ment's studies showed Ihat fewer in low-income brackets than those with liiglier income looked forward to retirement. They presumably were afraid they covild not afford dignified retirement, she said. BLAME PLANNING Gcronlologists also say that Institutions are not the answer lo housing for Ihc aped. They say senior citizens should be assist ill to remain as much as possible in the dignity and in- i d e p e n d e n c e of thuir own homes. Since the Second World War, more llian -lU.OOO self- coiilaintnl units for humor citi- zens bavo been conslrucled in ('nnnda but this has not met the need. Ihe experts say. More arc provided hut there has been official criti- cism of the way govcrnmenl- supporlod bousing is planned nnd operated. Sonic cJorlors thai Iwspilak ipmnv. problems nf the1 aged. show there is onlv hospital in ronto a geria- trics department, n section specifically for Ircnlmcnt of the ngcd. Dr. Roherl Laird, director of the Ontario (i e r i a t r i r Ccnlro, ,snid a( least cvc'ry leaching hospital should havn a gcrialrir ward. Cotton re-sowed MOSCOW (Rculerl 1'rRcnt mcasiiros were being (nken lo ro-sow damaged crops nnd re- pair Irrigation systems nflor lorroiilial rains damaged crop? in Tndzhikisl.'in,