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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 to happiness in retirement TORONTO (CP) Advance preparation is the key to a happy retirement, say geron- tologists who are concerned that too few Canadians are ready for change that can be devastating. All-important, loo, say the experts on aging, are good health and an adequate in- come. On the latter point, studies show, nearly two million Ca- nadians over the age of 65 are existing on income generally considered below the poverty level. On the first poinl, an in- creasing number of men and women are retiring with good health, thanks to advances in medicine and to medical and hospital care now available throughout Uie country. But the gerontologists say more emphasis should be given in government and in- dustry programs to advance preparation lack of which, they contend, can lead to ill health and premature senility. Many government programs prepare civil servants to meet the challenge posed by the ar- bitrary figure of 65 when mosl people retire after a lifetime of work. There also are some courses in schools and col- U of L graduates 3B2 students during its'fifth an- Street, Daniel Stryker, David Suther- lual spring convocation at the Exhibi- land, Kenneth Svoboda, James Swan- ion Pavilion. son, AAasaye Tanaka; -aduates frnm William Tedesco, Pntrlcla Thor Following it arts nnd scipncp. lexanner. Grant Alger, i 5tllB Allen, Jane Anderson, Susan tie faculty Howard 3ennis George Atkinson, Kenneth Bachiiieier, David Baltour, Ross Sornaby Michael Bennelt, Milton Alan bcri'.- Rrer-na Phil- Black, Mark Boh, Ronald Bonertii Daniel Bratton, Rosemary Brocier- ek, Stephen Bryant. Dean Burr, Aidan Butrerfield. Dole Butterwick, Theodore Burunis, Derek Callfas, Joan Cannady, Wkhael Carnc-ll, Jack Chalmers, John Chan, Clifford Chapman, Monte Christensen; Pettr Clarnp, Douglas Clark, Don- Idn Cormier, Laurie Hashiiume, Hufjh Crawford, James Culver, Myron Currie, Catherine Cufhbfirt, Robin Dannr Barry Davids, Mohan Deosaran, Gordon Dickson, Lalkrishna Doodnalh, Vauahn Dragland, Eiltjo Drent; Sylvia Drinkell, Kenneth Duncan, Dale Ebbert, Fayo Kklund, Bruce Elder, Mark ElUnason Richard El- llngson, Kenneth financier, Arthur Fer- Flrlh, Ralph Foster, Patricia Friesen, Bencvll Gadd, Morgan Gadd; Robert Garret t, John Geremia, Jane Gnodall, Gregory Tichenor, Gorcli Travis, Robert Ts Uhde, Judith Unilowski, Todd mblnls, Gordoi Valgardson, Marilyn Van Loo, Peter Fisser, Shaun Ward, Elizabeth War mink; Martin Wevers, Debra Whitehead Alexander Whiff ield. Linda Nedra Williams, Brian Williamson Allan Wilson, Terry Anna' Hoi Fai Wong, Edwin Wooiey, Douglas Wright, Richard Wulike, Kalhryn Yamashita. Following are the graduate} Irom i (he faculty of education: i Judith Adams, Paul Adams, Paulettc I Alvau, Winona Anderson, Frederick j Andrews, James Asplund, Eliiabelh Boiley, fllice Bell, Willis Bell Teresa Bcrle, Basil Boardman, John' Bolton; Geoffrey Bradshow, Kathleen BrecK- cnrirjge, Gillian Bushrod, Steven Bush- rod, Richard Buswell, Maria Cabral, James C a h oo n, Robert Campbell, Rawhy Cassis, Dale Chant, Mi I a Chemolli, Mary Ctamp, Merna Cole- Eleanor Cock Nona Craig, Carl Dancnk, Eva Delday, Audrey barrv rtt.sd- lie boig, Allan Dolq, Linda Doglcrom, DeWayne Duce, Iris Dumont, Martlynn Dyck, Mary Earl, Jayce Edwards, Grey, Alan Grose, Jcst-ph Gryszczur, Peter Hicks, Karen Hiuct, bliirl gins, Henry HildeUrnnd; Marvyn Hogen'-on, Deborah Linda Donald Firth Alison Fisher, Paula thaw i f-crrest, Maria Furlado, Hendrickus irris, i Sciniufil Grasso, Ruel-en Grue, Lillian elge- j Gutyas, Sister Celine Hagsl, Velma i Kalherine Marker, Ella Hathsvvay, A'nrjorie Hauoen, Arlr-nr Hausauer, .T.CE, Elisabelh Hemmings, Minerva Hertcr, Dcnna J.icnhw i, Stai Tarn Jriku- .oRny bowski, Johi son, Donald Johnsi non Jubtyr Krmpi. Marlq Kr'Mrr, l.flnc KrMrr, penirj, Barbara Slujk-Pmq kowk, Lrnvitf, l.er, Unrla ROfialrl Lcr, Monir.n I tony Hei Shing Leunci, Harry Lllleniit, Grmlrl Linrf. I Little Bear., Roborl Lock wood, Loflwen Gordon Lowe, Llnd.i Males- Stewart Charlpi McKil'lop! Ronald McKltrick, Gerald MtL ,1 n e, Helmut MerkJehora; Philip Merrill, Gail Mrstnn, Gary Wilier. Lylp Mlflrr, RobfM Miltoo, Rooert MOOT, Urinn Muiray. Kennrlh Joseph Nnmrlh, Donna Nov- Dnvld Nowlon I awrfnro Norriii, Bruce Okft, llir-m.i'i Oiflml, Gary Qir, Pflnkfl Pdhuljc; Pent, Pcliptmr, Vlolnt Wftvnr Pclff.en, r-dwrud Phillips, Pikn, fjurntin Diana Pftmrocn. A-inr I1, jniirt, Kifh.ird Powell, Roliort I nmltorti's Prlns, Kenneth Prosk Khan Rhai, Gaylo F.ldnn Rornmn'on, Mar- Rcnyk, Rulli Rlnqlnnd; Allan Rlfchlr, Terry Robinson. Ctirh- tlna Hnvlc) Roltc, Garry Rom- PS, Olanrhr Rothpl, I Ind.i Rmsill, Harold I ranr Is Flurry Sfrtmfln, Sik..r.i. Gwrop Si Illto Anthfinv Sims, Rlrlwirrl Skfliinr, Sl.iwutfl; I poiinrri Smllh, <-hi Smllh, zar, Keith Jon Sharon Jonsson, John Larry Koirmny, Krywclt, Ru Joam Km irettr-, .lohn Antin l.omas, Lnnq; Rwrr Lubbers, D.nvicf Lynnrili, Wil- (rid MflKov.'ichuk Myrna McGernor, Rolxrl Jano McMullin, hvn Mercer, Cheryl Minemoto, Marjorie Moore, Ella Mortcmore, Ruth Meul- Irr, Elanor Munroe, Gordon Nellson, Ruth Nelson; Philip Kwok Plu Ng, Msrlon Nlsh- Ima, Tcrrance O'Donnell, William Oleksy, Brian O'Neil, Evelyn Parsons John Paskiuskl, Lily Kenneth Peterson, Giselfl Ptcftel, Judy June Mearl Pickcll, Rcla Ptcrimi; Plsko, Sharon Podic, Srw Rarfltli Rldtcy, Campbell Ross, Mnrgnt Guy Saknn, Nnnry Srlinoor, Jrtnle Senqer, Joanna Sewart, Crmn Worjifln Shport; Lufilld Siray, Hflons Smcrr, jpsstn Snow, Staddon, lohn Stan ley. Michael Stelmnchovlch, Wllbrrf Stevens, [Iplorrs Susnnr, Vnrn Sylves- ter, Geoffrey Tnqo, Mnry Terleskt, inner letilnff, Erinn Brian Thomson; Terrnncft Tolvnnrn, Jnyrc Trfhhlf Kflrln Tromflinc, Alvenrt llnlck. Tu- nnio tlnlf k, T nifty Vnnftrnlirro, Val- Voth, Knin Walker, Mnrlhn leges and some labor unions conduct preparatory pro- grams. BUSINESS FALLS DOWN Business firms, surveys show, have no such programs. This should be the responsibil- ity, at least in part, of private enterprise, experts contend. Maurice Nixon, program director for aging of the Cana- dian Council of Social Devel- opment, said in an interview he knows no company in Canada with its own pre-re- Urement program. But it is not all the fault of i management, he added. The I Northern Electric Co. had I such a program but aban- doned it when workers made it plain they 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 aging with tlie Ontario department of social and fam- ily services. She cites studies that show there often is a denial of aging, a reluctance to look at the realities of the future. Sister Guinan said a factor in this attitude was prospec- tive income. Her depart- ment's studies showed that fewer in low-income brackets than those with liigher income looked forward to retirement. They presumably were afraid they could not afford dignified retirement, she said. BLAME PLANNING Gcrontologists also say that Institutions are not the answer to housing for the aged. They say senior citizens should be assisht I to remain as much as possible in Uie dignity and in- i d e p e n d c n c e of their own homes. Since the Second World War, more than self- contained units for senior citi- zens have been constructed in Canada but this lias not met tlie need. t he experts say. More are being provided but cism of the way government- supported housing is planned nnd operated. Some doctors rkiim that i bospit ignore problem? of I the aged. i Surveys show there is only one hospital in ronto a geria- trics depart menl, n section specifically for treatment of the aged. Dr. Robert l.aird, director of the Ontario f i e r i a t r i c Centre, said at least every (caching hospital should hnvn a gorintrir ward. vnk. DDT Mflry r- Rnlirrt lic- 1 We Wllll V Way, i Wr-hstrr, .tohn Wlr.kentl, Cotton re-sowed MOSCOW {Renter) iTgent measures wore being taken to ro-sow damaged crops and re- pair irrigation systems nflor torrontl.il rains damaged crops in Tndzhikistan, a Soviet crntv.il Asian republic whirh produces I about one-tenth of Soviet notion, Official Languages Act Wfdneiday, Mff" 17, 1972 THE tfTH3RIDGE HOtAlO i r Fodder for the political guns fiy I'AtJl, JACKSON Herald Oltnvva Hurcni! OTTAWA If tiicre is one thing about the Offirial Lan- guages Acl lhat politicians from all parlies would agree on it is that it lias provided a lot of foil- caso the .Supreme Court der for the political Rims. To Canada. He wants lo con- many it must seem as if Parlia-; vjnce the Supreme Court that past legal rulings are in error and that, indeed, the consLitu- tionalily of the Official Lan- gualism to begin, rather than Act must be tested in ruled that the Jurift had no j Idea Ihe man has the touch of a right to hring such an fanatic about him. To speak to only Ihe attorney-genera] could him personally, one finds in- do so. stead a seemingly mild-man- But all (his did litlte lo haltjnered politician with both feel Mr. Thorson's zeal. This on the ground. What Mr. Alken- he was due to brine; the i brack docs say is that French is ment's stamp on the controver sial slab of 19G9 legislation was the signal for the battle of bilin end. the courts. Whether Mr. Tbor- Its raosl dedicated opponent son wins his first small victory one should say public or not in this latest round, some a minority language in Canada and as such nothing can really save it. Unfortunately, like so many other minority languages and cultures, il is bound to dis- apre.ir in the vastly ehanuing world of North America. Why (hen Iry to save it artificiallv and at considerable expense and inconvenience'.' undoubtedly the recent revelations about bilin- objectively, the Ontario MP fi3-year-old former Exchequer gualism in Canada bear think-1 myy a poinl. The 1971 cen- Court president J. T. Thorson.: ing about objectively. sus already revealed thai What other opponents of the bill: jn the House of Commons, On- the French language has lost might secretly think about tario MP Douglas Alkenbrack; ground in the last decade de- Mr. Thorson shouts out from Ihe