Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
18 THE LETKBRIDGE HERALD Monday, Oclobtr 15, Human relations part of reform BOWMANVILLE Ont (CP) Some of Ontario s toughest boys have been meeting women for the first time inside the confines of a 110 acre reformatory here The experiment has been an "unqualified success" said Arthur Handelson, 37, superintendent of Pine Ridge School which houses 100 juvenile offenders 14 to 16 years old The aim of the program, he said has been to teach the boys how to relate to a woman "Many have never learned to trust an adult woman they are the enemy including their mothers When a boy reaches a point where he can establish respect and rapport with a woman, this will be a very im- portant accomplishment he said Ask About The NEW INVISIBLE Multicocal Lens (MULTILUX) OPTICAL MISCIimON CO. However the danger of too much rapport turning to sex- ual misbehavior is something the superintendent fears and the girls themselves dismiss "You can't really get that friendly, said Teresa Borek, 22 a University of Toronto sociology major The girls said they believe that the boys know if anything goes wrong, it s the boys who will suffer "I don't fear any of them said Mary Tighe, 20, of McMaster University "They keep each other in line Male staff are always around for insurance, she added The girls tasks ranged from leading art and academic classes to supervising clean up and joining in baseball games and fishing Judy Tate 20, who is study- ing child care work at St Lawrence College Kingston, said she has found that many of the boys like the school because some time's what s outside isn t as good For some it s the last place to go after flunking out in a foster home, she said _As for the bovs' reaction to trie new female staff members 'Sure we like it It s better scenery said one The Herald- Family The homemaker 99th birthday celebration Mrs Alice Harvey, right, was joined by two recently Seated to the left is Mr. William Pans; other 99-year-olds in the singing of happy birthday and standing is Mr. David Gillespie Staff member during celebrations held at the Devon Nursing Home Mrs T Weistra helps with the rendition as well. Oldtimer enters law JACKSON, Miss (AP) "That sitting down and taking it easy is the way you get se- said Hazel Craig after enrolling in law school a month before her 70th birth- day "I want to keep keen men- tally, and I think I will have mv work cut out for she added after registering at the Jackson School of Law Mrs Craig did some gradu- ate work after getting a de- gree in 1924 from Mississippi State College for Women and then taught English and Latin for 10 years She worked for 38 years as secretary for school superin- tendents in her native In- dianola, Miss before retiring this summer She said one of her main problems is the weight of bulky law books "I knew a big old boy in the registration group, and he said he'd take my books to my car for me. and I was Mrs Craig said WHILE QUANTITIES LAST ROLL 'W RACK KITCHEN GARBAGE BAG UNIT LUGGAGE Compl. 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MYTROEN A good breakfast supplies 1- 3 to Vt of your daily nutritional needs It is easy to see the reasoning behind this state- ment by considering when most of the body's nutritional requirements occur During sleep, the body's processes slow down, but during waking hours all processes go full steam ahead Understandably then the body's needs are met best, by having an adequate breakfast Cereals are usually a main ingredient of the breakfast regime, so why not eat a cereal which is as nutritious as possible9 Advertisements for cereals often say "this cereal -is an excellent food source when served with milk" leading us to believe it is the cereal which is the ex- cellent food source Really it is the milk which supplies many of the nutrients One recipe for a home- made, ready-to-eat cereal follows So with a little pre- preparation (make the cereal now and store it, so it's handy for use when you need it) you can have a nutritious cereal suitable for breakfast or as a handy nutritious snack for munching while watching TV THE BETTER HALF GRAINOLA 5 cups rolled oats 1 cup chopped nuts 1 cup sesame seeds 1 cup sunflower seeds 1 cup shredded coconut 1 cup wheat germ 1 cup instant milk powder 1 cup rapeseed oil 1 cup raisins or currants 1'a cup honey Mix dry ingredients Com- bine with oil and honey Spread in roasting pan or cookie sheets and bake at 250 degrees for at least 40-60 minutes Stir frequently till slightly brown Store in tightly covered con- tainer and refrigerate currants or raisins after 25 minutes of baking Use as dry cereal snack or with milk This cereal alone cannot provide all of the body's needs thus it is best to eat other foods at breakfast as well for instance, a fruit juice which will supply needed Vitamin C as well as toast and jam and milk Or instead have eggs and or a meat at breakfast but we all know how hard it is to get up early in the morning to prepare this By Barnes "I'm not finished yet How are you at balancing _________ boxes on your head'" SOUTHMINISTERUCW USED and USEABLE SALE CHURCH HALL-4th Ave. and 11th St. S. 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