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August 11, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 18

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tmnew-ournl Plwn) sjaajsIir At wbttttbScK Sh evil (peaking prior to last night. The conference University bhul Aug. II. . IJounUl r it- it" it 'grabhlcal ind ciast urbanization: tpeclallzatlon; equalitarlin- concepts, aspect-'illy regarding melt and , women; role changespeople . ' are unclear about the different roles men and women ' play today; -: "The range of choices v available: the Increasing extent, scope and Importance . of education; the rise of technology: the expectations , . of marriage never have 'people asked so much of any Institution affluence; .. , and communication." , f v v In discussing the changing' r. " coficepla : of ' .aucceea, 4 Dr' ' Hawkes spoke out against , the trend towards making, status symbols of children. . .; Hi TRENDS' V ' " - Taking an examplt from ' "litU league baasball," he aaw. "IU trends ta society" - where parents "try to make' is a " ' . . : - - r 1 iii.n,-r-iifiiilli hii'M I ' I ill . ,. .i!r!;:. .111, ! V.7::.'fir-Mv :VPS , V i wvr-1 . ' V ' ' ' I Autumn Weddings . . . are beautiful when they are cleverly planned by our Bridal Consultant. Our magnificent new collection of fashions for the Bride, her Attendants, Mothers and Wedding Guest are highlighted tn Brocades, Satins, Imported Laces, Crepes and Velvets. , v. .' Vi Bridal Salon and After frve"sW ' " , ; ' ; grd floor". '. " ; (". ;; Open frtday Vnttt p.m. Air Conditioned aaawr . . 8 H O 200 Sparks Street -4 J showing of slides held being held at Carletoo . ... , Phot k Domlalo Wlti) boy of 8, or 10 Into the ImaES of Mickey - Manilfe just so they can get a kick out of his batting average." . : . Others who will apeak at th tonferenc Include" Mrs. jean Erwin, one Of the three teachers who tested the pew course In Toronto . high schools last year, Mis Lillian Thompson, secretary for the June, ' KM Governor General's Conference on the Family; Mr. Mauric Egan, director of th Ottawa welfare Council Youth Servicea Bureau; and Mr. Charles McCaffrey, head - of the geography department at Nepean High School, and Mrs. Margrlt Ironstone, home economist. '; ' The teacher will be served mtals of five different ethnic groups during the seminar. Today they are visiting Up- per Canada Village. f. P JtlL TIB ' ' , 2364301 in ..1 .1..- i 1 . i ! 'I A- v V i . TUESDAY, AUGUST 11. 1964 18 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL Home. Economic Pupils Enthusiastic Teacher r VIRGINIA LAMIC ef TM Journal Complete approval of the iMw court of study for Ontario Grid II horn econo-mjcf ws expressed by teach-tr Mm. Jan Erwin. Mr. Erwin It on of tht tfire TeaWre iHTiilM the course Tfl Toronto high schools list year. On Thursday and Friday sh rtporl on th lest at th cOnfrenc"tff th Ontario Educational. Association Horn Economic Section, being held it Carletirt Unl. varsity untn Aug. Ill Mr. Erwin teaches at Win-lion Churchill Collegiate, Scarborough. At on time she taught at Glebe Collegiate hr. "Wl approached It by studying the pioneer family o that we tan understand th modem home, and appre-eiat the difference in th function of th family," Mrs. '. Erwin said. . Studying th family (if cytl front th engaged, couple, through th "expand ' '"I family" to th "contracting family (th retired coup! whose children hav left home) th atudent'1 con. 1 eept of tht family acquires ..relevant to her owH position life. Mrs train Mid ."Th ttudent I encouraged to sm It through her own eyes." ' Set education It Hot m-eluded In the hew course, ft .is given In Grade 12 nealth. Her 80 "atudents ' were "very enthusiastic" she reported. On their own initiative, they returned after school hours to watch home economics Alms. ' isyewrpai.RHCUMATlCet ARTHRITIC? . ueyoawnsnrrauwiromtnaafon et rhaumatle an arthritic paiat Thousands aal spssSy relief fro ina av ueuia T-ft-C a. Omt M Sua aattw and sUbtxrtf pains handicap you any tenser. In TlMfltTOH t-R-C'a.Onlyate and Sta at drag coentore evsnvaans nm nci i ;.HAtm &, Mwtt -5H1IIT 1 lUGANCl- '., is Mljr . 19c Shirt! U ak 1 T9IL1M1 i ' 1 I ' vui asm J 2air8 ; ELM VALE Shopping Cwtitrts ' gt Laurent Blvd. at Smyth Road Where something good ,. Is always going on - TI8I III f 01 CUT IITI i lit mm ' fit JACKET 59w fWt lX tMV . dworkin rvts inx 154 Kideau, Ottawa a - IMMtt "anew Reports "t tried to emphasize reasoning." Mrs. Erwin said. "It's what they gains Inwardly that counts." She stressed that the new, course does not assume every girl will choose marriage ind family. "A career girl Is still Involved. In . the family .- through her relatives and neighbor. . Basically t h course provide t better understanding of th com- munlty. It's Important for everyone to understand the ' family a It exists today," th said. '' . Mrs, Erwin would Ilk In time to see similar course ' established for boy. Winston Churchill Collegiate represent t good . cross section, with perhaps -predominant of hilddl-c)j backgrounds, Mr. , Erwin " said. The other .two Toronto Schools testing ' th tours ,were th A. H. King Col-legists lit Scarborough and th East York Collegiate. ; ' A widow with no children, Mr. Erwin tut git MA .in Child . Development from low Stat Vnivrslty. Mor than fSd of Cmtarlo't high School horn economlct -teacher embarlrtd on their own "family conference" at Carletoo University yester- ' day..' ..... The teachers art spending 12 days studying the new Grade 11 home economics course whidi goes ; Into ef-. feet this Fall The leader of the Summer study tonferenc is . Dr. Glenn. R. , Hawkea, ' head of th Child Develop-, men'. Department at , Iowa State University. ' .; ' ' Miss Anne Lawson, a mem-' or of the board that design-ed the new course, says "the ' overall aim of the course Is . to adjust the subject matter to modern family living." Miss Lawson is a home eco-nomics Inspector with the Ontario Education Department . " . "The growing and process-. ing of foods and the borne production of clothing no longer play large roles in the . average Canadian family," she pointed out. HOUSING IMPORTANT i "Of greater relative' Importance today are the under. 5 it. ,it ;mq . i, - " Gonferenc (By The CP) It la Mm Dr. Hawkel opened his lee- society faced up to th fact that wonting mothers are here to ing the teachers against over- To .meet the problem, ade-stay. says a noted American simplifying e e c I a I problem 1. quate day care facilities for the psychologist m Ottawa to con- Later, ae told -reporter: ' children of working mothers duct a two-week course la fan- ily development for a group of Oniario school teachers. '. Dr. Glenn R. Hawkes, head of the department ol child devel opment at Iowa State university, uld Monday' In an Interview:' "There are still too many people who think that If we. could only get all these mothers who are holding down jobs outside their homes back with their children, all the current problems of J a v e a 1 1 delinquency and male-female role conflicts would be solved. "These people don't seem to realize that we can't , give women the opportunity for col-lege educa 1 1 0 a s. encourage them to pursue Interesting careen before' marriage, and then take all thi away from them and put them back behind the frying pan." ' Dr. Hawkes, whose chief research projects have been on the influence of the family on personality development, is here to give a series of 1 lectures to IS home economics teachers from Ontario secondary schools. FOR THE FINEST FURS r rrwsJy A lumi Mi as tan auMS ttse- S Moagrav at CEJW ( BMaa aaa SiMraa s. CXEN UCS w : . , iti I7S7 Ruull Road 731-3884 ' ' Mr? ft: O. klplev. chitrmsn of thi fsmliy de velooment tonftrettc being Economic Section of th Ontario Educational Association, addresse torn of th women attending. it stand'ng of child develop' ment and human relation-ship within tht family," she continued.' "And management - of time, energy and money, has assumed greater Importance. Housing is more important, because , an in-creasinglyNlarge percentage of Income Is spent on this." -1 The new Grade It course.' will examine family development under suchtopics a history of Ontario home life, function of the family and family and food cus'oms of other countries. , The graphical, historical and ci tural reasons for the difference in national food pat terns will be investigated. They will take advanced sewing, stressing art and the historical aspects of sewing. Students will be taught to be mor discriminating buyers. In September, 1969, a re-, vised Grade 12 'program, emphasizing principles of home management will go into operation. Problems of world nutrition will also be Studied. Miss Lawson said. Horn economics courses in Grades Nine and 10 have al- it.'X-itit lit vorners tor program Monday by warn, . "We're told that by 17 there will be more women than men in the U.S. - labor force . and many of these women will have 31-DAY : "11 1 , 1 '.. :. .- .. ...... . httbt Bitomso held by th Horn ready undtftottt som thanges. . ' ' Dr. Hawkes begin hll Mori-day morning talk with warning against "the over- 1 aimplifying of social problems." "We must not generalize glibly from our own ; experience," he said. "Don't look for easyt-answers." . '. Dr., Hawkes considers adolescence a period well : suited to study of the family. Adolescents are at a stage between the 'orientation -family" (the family they 1 grew- up in) and the "procreation family" (th family' they will soon start) he said.', "And 'when one is terribly concerned with identity, aa young people are, this is the -pest time' W look "back and see where one came from." By looking back at other families as well al then- own, '' they will be la a better poa-' tfon to achieve success when they begin' their ' own f ami-lies, he said. 10 outlining the pattern of his lectures. Dr. Hawkes listed what he considers the most Important social forces today: "Mobility, both geo- ' itr-it -it ' to children. I understand that this trend is evident In Canada loo." wer urgently needed. Ideally. be said, the centres for pra- school children should have one teacher tor every IS children. FAST Stay I I 1 la ' 't 1 r j ! , '.. - 1 ' V . - TIO wondef Ingaliaa Uljedahl of Gothernburg. Sweden, wears a happy smile hi this photo. She ' was just about to enter a Stockholm restaurant for . hr first square meal In Jl day after existing on water' and vegeuble mixes irt her successful attempt to esUblhh a new-European -tasting -record.- Ex---plainlng her reactions, Mrs. Uljedahl said her craving for food disappeared after the first 13 day and she feit fine during the rest of the period. V. ' TOUQH SPAGHETTI. blunted slicing the uncooked An Italian spaghetti maker pasta. He's switched to 'a dia-lound ' steel aaw were soon mond -edged saw. - S 1CTE L3 199 SPARKS new BANK FINAL REDUCTIONS LADIES' SHOES $7.95 I ... to $21.95 ' t Width AAAA's, AAA'S, AA', A's, B S CASUALS Were il.95-U.95 NOW ONLY Widths AAAA's. AAA's, These shoes are all from regular' stock but are broken, lines colors and Sizes are complete, but not in every Style. v;j v r..-. : rice or Thrtt Pair Art a Smart Inveitmtut OPEN FRIDAYS TIL tM. V' Lriwrxwisoi tnvl 1 it (DTI 4! 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