Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 10, 1966 · Page 36
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T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N THURSDAY, MARCH 10, Iff* Delinquents Are Playing Guinea Pig In Experiment WASHINGTON.- «i - In a drab, institutional building at the crest ^f a steep bill commanding uie capital city, youn delinquents: are playing guine pig for a novel experiment ' the psychology of success. Unlike most reform school in mates, these fellows are free to lie in bed all day, shoot poo (if they have the money) o goof off at will. But they don't. The psycho! ogists have taken Jefferson Hal · at the National Training Schoo for Boys and transformed it int a microcosm of the outside world--where achievement pay off. FOR NEARLY every act o their waking day', the 18 boysy- mostly young car thieves -- in this federal institution are giver points. For each point, they ar paid a penny. ' Unlike the 200 or so other lad at the reform school, they pay for their rooms, which are pri vate. They pay for their foot toiletries, recreation, b o o k s decorations, clothing. And with staff members o the Institute for Behavoral Re search watching, carefully, the boys are studying hard, work irig in their, spare time, shoot ing for "success." THE EXPERIMENT is being governed by a simple psycho logical premise 'that rewards stimulate 'achievement and sue cess. Financed by grants from the Department, of Justice and Health,' Education and Welfare, the experiment was launched, in thehopes it would develop a curriculum that might be,applied to other penal institutions. ."In a sense, Jefferson Hall is a greenhouse," said Harold L. Cohen, director of the experiment., "The training school boy "comes from an; environment in 'which the choices of activity were limited and the motivation very low. As a' result, many chose the only path open to them--antisocial behavior. ' . . ' - . "HERE WE ARE trying to design an environment in which the student is motivated by the prospect of an immediate reward, and where he has several choices of activity open to him."' The h i t c h on the outside, Cohen said, is that rewards --such as a diploma or a promotion--often seem vague and distant. But points for learning and achievement are awarded immediately at Jefferson Hall, and the w e e k l y pay check.buys many of. the same things as the pay check of a .worker on the. outside. Eventually, Cohen said, the checks, gradually will be delayed ; to condition the youths to the delays that accompany rewards on. the outside. WHILE A BOY may choose to goof off all day, he knows his private room costs $6 a week, or 600 points, as does his basic menu. He knows that if his points fall below 1,200, he will go "on relief"--losing his private room, eating institutional food, wearing institutional clothing and enjoying no extras. So he studies and works. None has yet gone on relief. Several have shown dramatic scholastic improvement, for which they are tested frequently and paid in points. 'Starting at a base.pay of $10 to $15 a week--payable only on achievement of 90 per cent in examinations and a minimum number of hours of work--the youth shoots for even higher grades and more work. The boys, who are selected at random, are governed by none of the controls imposed on other inmates. "These young people are no! just after points or money," Cohen insisted. "They are hungry for a chance to be right instead of wrong--to be successful." Bayless Bonus THURSDAY. MARCH iO, T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 39 Kivanis Candy Sale Nets $3,200 A total of $3,200 was raised by the Conquistador Kiwanis Club during its recent candy sale. The drive, approved by the Tucson Fund Raising Review Board, fell short of the original $8,000 goal. Funds raised will be distributed among various charity organizations, including the Ari- 7 o n a Children's Home, Arizona Boys Ranch and the School Milk Fund. Expenses of the candy sale came to $2(XX Food Club Strained. 4% Oz. Food Club. 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Easy to prepare and easy oa the budget Potatoes and green beans sauced with a peppy condensed soup and topped with crispy bacon and frankfurters. Free FRANKFURTER A LA DEUTSCH recipes and a folder of 'Meatless Main Dish Recipes" available in the Nancy Parker Recipe Centers in all Bayless Markets. For helpful homemaking hints, join Miss Parker in the Bayless Kitchen every Thursday at 2:30 PJW. on Channel 4, TV. "Supreme Value 1 ' Selected Beef Blade Cut Roast Lb. 55 SUPREME VALUE ALL MEAT WIENERS Tender, Tasty. l-Lb. Package WHOLESALE CUTS FOR HOME FREEZERS Save during our big Beef Stock-Up Sale! Special prices on wholesale beef cuts, ideal for long-term freezing. Custom cut wrapped for your freezer at no extra costl Each package clearly labeled. All steaks and roasts sized and trimmed to your order. Freezer inventory list included! These low prices on wholesale cuts are effective during Stock-Up Sale only! Place your order now. Sunshine. "HA, Pkg. 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BAYLESS MKT, Speedway At Campbell Ave. OPEN 'TIL MIDNIGHT 7 DAYS PER WEEK BEEF FRONTS BEEF SIDES BEEF HINDS Bayless Selected U.S.D.A. Choice Ib Ib Ib Ib WEEK-END SPECIALS SLICED BACON Gold Coin. Lb. fit Ififn f*!! FFCJF SLICED CHEESE Food C/ub. American or Pimento. 12 Oz. Pkg. 79' 59' TAKE AIM ON 1000's of STAMPS DOUBLE BONUS BULLS EYE! BAYLESS Hh the Double Bonus Bulls-Eye at our store! Simply (ill in the rows of the Bulls-Eye with Bonus Bulls-Eye Jtarrip* you receive lor oach 55 worth of purchases at our itore' E»ch row o( S0u»re» i» worth 100 Extra GOLD BONO Sumpl-lof * total of 500 stamps! Plus th« Double Bonus of 500 additional stamp* '"v coinpletina all five rows) Pick Up Free Bull*-Eyc Card No Purchase Necessary PICK UP YOUR GAME CARD NOWI GET 1000 S OF GOLD BOND STAMPS FOR EVERY FILLED GAME CARD --Mardls Studio Heads Rotary John C. Haynes Jr., an attorney, has been elected president of the Tucson Rotary; Club for the coming year. He will take office July 1, succeeding Don Starr. Other officers will be Mario Yrua, vice president; Russell Soden, secretary; Dr. A. K. Hansen, treasurer, and Roy E. Drachman, sergeant at arms. New members of the board of directors include Hilton McKee, W. H. Smith, Carl Holzman, Fred Vance, Hansen and Yrun. ··*· Poison Top Peril To ^ Children r i.»i" Center Notes ; 'Week' Coming i : Children are the most likely!"";': candidates to be among the 2,--i'-.' 500 persons who die each year'" " from poisoning at home. And since poisonings by ac-" cidents increase every year, the; ~ American home can be said to ; become a more deadly place--;, year by year. T". Adding to the peril are a i ' growing list of household reme^r dies and cleaning products that""-. are dangerous, particularly to,' 1 ; children. ·· THESE ARE some of the re-T " ports that the statewide Univer. ,. sity of Arizona Poison Control;;' Center, an information agency managed by the College of .T Pharmacy. Director is Dr. M-';~,; bert L. Picchioni. .."· The occasion for the warnings^".' · is that Poison Prevention Week,V. is March 20 to 26, proclaimed;^' by President Johnson. '-^Arizona has 20 poison controls- centers, intended to provide"' quickly information to physy-; ; - dans about the poison con tent, r- of various products and anti-·,,.'. dotes. The State Medical Associ-- : ~ ation works hand-in-hand with « u ^'. poison control technical com»,,',.c; mittee. _^' The technical committee irn '··"' eludes pharmacologists, botan-u;. . ists, patnologists, entomologists^^ chemists, herpetologists and""medical consultants. % ; ' PREVENTING children from,: : becoming poisoned, the control 0 '; committee suggests, involves'--"-'. seeping potential poisonous prV" '-*. ducts high enough to be out of;,";' reach, or locked up, I- i _ Oddly enough, a simple rem-".".~ edy such as aspirin, because of,.,;" overdoses, becomes one of chil- ·-. · dren's principal perils. Arizona', , had 500 such cases reported in ·"'".- 1965. V Household cleaning products ."·'. should be stored out of reach as.;;;" carefully as medicines and; · drugs. ..-. If there is a poisoning acd--^ dent, observe the signs_ and,;,symptoms and call the police or ; ; ( a doctor at once. ^'.-'.. PURRIoined! "I looked the other way for just an instant and some smart cat filched the PURR right out of my dish! Just because PURR is' nil real Red Meat Tuna with · 22»$ protein, some nervy cats' think they've got a PURRmit to . steal!" PUKR is produced by th- tpedal' W,v who created and perfected Red Meat Tuna with your cat't health and appetite in mind, PURR. r*f Cititttc of Pet Food$ , Product*. Inr,

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