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For American Health Educators Swedish Style Sex Education Is Study Topic STOCKHOLM (AP) - Some 40 American healt h educators went to Uppsala, Sweden, this past- summer to sludy sex education, Swedish style, looking not for sin which is always there In the eye of the beholder but for advice on how to teach the controversial subject. ' Sweden is one of the few countries in the world where sex education is compulsory from- the first grade when the child Is 7 and up. . "I was surprised to learn that the Swedes are not as uninhibited in sex matters as we were made to believe back home," said the Rev. William R. Grosh from University of Hawaii. "But It is true, though, that both the government and the people here seem to have more liberal Ideas about sex than we. They don't fuss so much about The Rev. Mr. Grosli is Episco palian campus minister at a community college in Hawaii and he teaches human sexuality "with the bishop's per mission." 'NO BLONDES' Steve Sloan from Paducah, Ky., graduate student at New York University ( N Y U ) , was disappointed. ' ' N o beautiful Swedish jlondes swarmed around me when I arrived. The image of ·Swedish Sin in the United States has proved wrong -- but :h« Swedes do seem more liberal in their attitudes towards sex. There's not so much talk about it," he said. The eight-week, 13-credit course, labeled the-NYU graduate study of human sexuality, marriage and family life in Sweden, was located in this faraway corner of Europe because "Sweden provides a particularly interesting. laboratory since its industrial progress has developed all the illnesses of advanced societies," said NYU professor Dr. Marian Hamburg, director of the human sexuality program. She conducted, the first half of the course in. Uppsala. "Sweden' has pioneered Jn health care as well as programs of early sex education," she added. Sex education has been taught In Swedish schools for more than 20 years and was Florida's Atlantic Coast Is Threatened By Heavy Rains CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) -- Under the floodlit glow of a nearby rocket launching pad, hundreds of persons filled sandbags to pit against rising tides that tumbled one Cape Canaveral beach home into the Atlantic and threatened others. More than two inches of rain fell in 24 hours Sunday at this area near the Kennedy Space Center. Rising tides inundated the sand near beach homes and condominiums, making it the hardest hit of nearby communities as heavy rains drenched a large coastal section of Florida north of Miami. In some areas it was the fourth straight day of near flood conditions and threatened beach erosion. At -Boca Ratan In south Palm Beach County, 13 Inches of rain fell in 24 hours. Flooding also was reported along Florida A1A and U.S. 1 in Hollywood and West Palm Beach. Officials said rain waters forced evacuation of several -motels between Vero Beach and Fort Pierce. . At Cape Canaveral, fire and police officers joined volunteers from Patrick Air Force Base in an effort to shore up the beachfront. They were aided by dump trucks and sand scoops provided by county officials. The effort began at noon Sun day. When night fell, their illumi nation came from the nearby space center's pad 17, already 'loodlit for the sched.ulec launch, of a Westar commu nications satellite Wednesday morning. "Those who a r e loo old to shovel arc holding tarps to keep the rain off those who art filling sandbags," said Martin Caidin, a resident of Cap Canaveral. "This is supposed to be, a town that doesn't have any civ ic spirit, but you've never seen anything like this," he said "All those supposedly rotten surfers and hippies are ou there working like crazy." 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But the reality seems to be fferent. So far, there have een no signs of family lite eing destroyed in Sweden. In ct, the latest vogue among e youngsters is to have a real edding. A study made at .ockholm University in 1967 lowed that' 80-85 per cent of he girls thought it right to ave intercourse only if one as in love. Roughly half the oys asked agreed. VD has undeniably increased, articularly gonorrhea, but that a global phenomenon. The NYU students, however, lis summer found out that the mbitious sex education pro rams do not always work out ell. Teachers are frequently ot adequately prepared to de- ver such education despite the laborate government instruc- ion. TEACHER KEY "The teacher is the key to a ensible sex education," saic on aid Moglia of Philadelphia 3 a., who himself trains teach- rs in health education. "But we have to know more bout our own sexuality betore inching we have discussed lat at length here, sort of a roup therapy," he added. Deryck Calderwood, assistant rofessor at NYU, who was in harge of the latter part of the ourse in Uppsala, said that he ninks most parents in · the United States would like their hildren to learn more about ex and .the children mast cer- ainly want to know more. In 1970 he made a survey for lis dectoral thesis asking 12,000 chool children around the United States what questions hey had about sex. The result was a flood of queries. "Which goes to show how vrong the parents and teachers were who said 'Not our kids, hey wouldn't ask questions like hat,' " said Elaine Smith, sex educator at a community col- ege in Seattle, Wash. The Uppsala course, which due to its success will be re- eated next summer, drew par- icipants from all over the [Jnited States as NYU is one of .he few American universities hat now has a human sexuality program. Half of them were graduate students and half .vere professionals in the field, "rom school health workers to dental technicians. They did not study sex educa- ion only. On their program were visits to hospitals, day care centers, a homosexual club -- homosexuality in Sweden is not illegal -- and Slock- "lolm live shows which were 'not particularly exciting," as one of them put it. Comparing Sweden with the United States in the field of sex education, Calderwood said: "Sweden - is far more advanced legally. There are, for instance, no laws against behavior, such as homosexuality, but. laws don't, necessarily change people's attitudes." Park Assassin Took Orders From Reds Lonoke Election Mixup Eliminates Demos From Ballot LONOKE, Ark. (AP) -- Debe Ongbolham of Cabot, one of hrce members of the Lonoke County election Commission, ·ilitl was receiving calls Sunday night from Democrats who wanted to run as wrilc-in candi- EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS CLUB lales er. Whimsical Airplane in the county in Novem- Midnight was the deadline for persons to file as write-in candidates. Mrs. Longbotham said that jecause the Lonoke County Democratic Committee failed to notify its candidates of the proper filing procedures, the names of about 158 Democrats could not ballot. She said The Victor Fealherstone-Kitc, a cartoon sculpture by British humorist Rowland Emmet will be on display at Northwest Arkansas Plaza t h i s week. An animated sculpture it is constructed of cane windbreaks from French vineyards. It Is powered by a wandering hot-air brazier and Osco Drug To Issue Booklet With Prescription Price List Issuance of prescription price books tor in-home use by customers has. been inaugurated by Osco Drug. Inc. according to Darrell L. Lewis, president. The 72-page book contains the firm's price for more than 95 per cent of all prescriptions the pharmacy fills and will be distributed to customers without charge. Three years ago Osco became the first major drug chain to post the prices 'of 102 of the most frequently · prescribed drugs. 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Moon is charged with murder, attempted murder, and attempted rebellion. If convicted he faces the death penalty. Moon said he entered the country with a false Japanese passport and fired five shots with a revolver he had stolen from a Japanese police station in Osaka. He said a Japanese couple, Yukio and Michiko Yoshii, helped him obtain the passport under Yukio's name, knowing that he was to go to Seoul to try to assassinate Park. Stringent security measures apparently were ordered for Moon's trial because of rumors that the radical Japanese Red Army or Arab guerrillas might stage terrorist acts to rescue him. About 220 newsmen and other civilians were searched by police before being allowed inside the courtroom. Moon, 22, was indicted last month on 16 counts, including murder, New Doctor Begins Practice In Springdale SPRINGDALE--Frank A. DeSandre, obstretician and gynecologist, has opened offices in Springdale. His temporary location is at 100 S. Shilph Street, while his new office complex is under construction at 606 S. Young Ave. He is a graduate of the University of Illinois College ol Medicine. Before moving to this area he practiced for some time in Des Moines, Iowa. He, his wife and their two daughters will reside in Springdale. He is on staff at both Springdale Memorial Hospita a n d Washington Regiona Medical Center. Arson Suspected In School Fire PINE BLUFF, Ark. (AP) -A fire authorities believe was set by an arsonist destroyed a part of Southeast Junior High School here Sunday night. The fire gutted a temporary building being used as the prin cipal's office complex. It was the second time in two weeks fire struck the Southeast princi pal's office and authorities sus peel arson in both cases. Fire officials discovered a glass bottle believed to have contained kerosene behind thi burning building Sunday night. The main school complex was not damaged Sunday night, bu school officials were unsure whether classes would be helc today because the school bel system was located In the of "ice. Archeologisls To Hear Allan McCartney Dr. Allan McCartney of flu University of Arkansas will hi guest speaker at the Sunday meeting of the Northwest Ar Kansas Archeological Society. Dr. McCartney's talk will be on Thnle Eskimo Archeology ir Northern Canada. The lecture will start at 2 p.m. The meeting will convene a 1 p.m. the Carroll County Elec trie Cooperative Hospitality room located one and a hai miles west of the Berryvill Square on Hwy. 62. The meeting is open to th public. Chou Hospitalized TOKYO (AP) -- A Pekin broadcast says Premier Cho En-lai has returned to the hos pita! after addressing a recep tion for China's 25lh anniversa ry. Chou's first public appea ance in two months came las Monday when he addressed In anniversary reception. The 7i year-old Premier is reported 1 have suffered a heart attack i May. The official Hsinhua new agency said Chou met Pres dent El Hadj Comar Bongo c Gabon in the hospital durin the afternoon Sunday for friendly conversation. ontains more than 30 pages of ealth and safety information n such subjects as how to read prescription, what is a eneric drug and how to give rbificial respiration. The back cover contains a lart for recording family edical histories. lift is provided by 20 copper butterflies. The week-long display is sponsored by Daisy Division of Victor Comptome- ter Corp. Shoe Store To Close Affer 48 Years Laner Brothers Shoe Store, ocated on the south side of the square since 1940 is closing its door. The firm has been in usiness in Fayetteville since 1926. Owners ot the f i r m , Davison Enterprises, said the reason for closing is that Urban Renewal las purchased the location. be placed on the the county Democratic chairman, Joseph Dolan of England, brought her a list of 158 Democratic candidates on Tuesday. She told Dolan that Sept. 21 had been the deadline for the election commission to receive certificates and filing fee receipts for the candidates. But, she said Dolan told her that he had the certificates and receipts on file with the secretary of the county Democratic Committee a n d w o u l d mail them to her. She said when she did not receive them by last Thursday, she told Dolan the candidates' names would not be placed on the ballot. Mrs. Longbolham, a Republican, said there was no Republican running in any county race. CHERRY BELLE M r s . James Foncannon, president, was hostess last week. Each member answered roll call by telling of interesting things that happened during the summer. Poems were ready by Mrs. Foncannon and Mrs. Jewel Hamblen Giles, and an article by Mrs. Julia S. Read which appeared recently in the Tulsa World was displayed. The following officers were elected, Mrs. Richard E. Teeters, president; Mrs. Paul L. Sensingtaffer, vice president, Mrs. Foncannon, second vice presidnet; and Mrs,. Giles, secretary-treasurer. Receiving cherry trees for perfect attendance last year were Mrs. Virginia Foults, Mrs. Foncannon, Mrs. Giles, and the late Mrs. Darrell Workman. The next meeting will be held at 1:15 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 10, n the home of Mrs. Sensingtaf- fer. Menon Dies NEW DELHI, India (AP) -. K. Krishna Menon, 77, Inia's controversial defense min,ter from 1957 to 1962 and an rchitect of his country's policy · nonalignment , died of a cart attack early Sunday, doc- ors announced. Hundreds of ersons filed past the body of ie former defense minister, vhp was often critical of the United States, including leader? f the ruling Congress party which disowned him after his atron, the late prime minister awaharlal Nehru, died in 1964 Little Expected TEL AVIV, Israel (AP) -Secretary of Stale Henry Kissinger's forthcoming visit to the Mideast probably won't yield any specific proposals on the next stage of neace talks, Israel's foreign 'minister says. Yigal Allorv talked Sunday with newsmen as he returned from a U.S. visit. He said Kissinger would be sounding out the Israelis and the Arabs for views on possible subjects at renewed Geneva talks. Kissinger is to begin his Mideast mission Wednesday. Belfy Ford Plans To Leave Hospital WASHINGTON (AP) -- First Lady Betty Ford is continuing an excellent recovery from breast cancer surgery and probably will leave the hospital late this week, her doctors say. Mrs. Ford was described as "bright and chipper" in a medical bulletin released Sunday by the White House. "She has an excellent appetite and Is eating anything she desires." said Dr. William Fouty, chief surgeon at Bethesda Naval Medical Center. The medical bulletin said Mrs. Ford, whose cancerous right breast was removed eight days Jack Dempsey's Restaurant Closes NEW YORK (AP) - One of the last outposts in the honky- tonk land of Times Square,' Jack Dempsey's restaurant, has closed. About 150 friends and welt- wishers were on hand Sunday night when the former world heavyweight boxing champ, now 79 years old. closed the eatery he had ran since 1947. Dempsey and his partner, Jack Amiel, blamed an increase, in rent, from $65,000 to $100,000 a year, for the closing. "1 don' t know what I'll do now. Maybe I'll take some tima off. Maybe I'll open another place in Manhattan," said Dempsey, who took his aqcus- tomed place at a table in the rear of the restaurant for tho last night. At his side was his wife, Diana. ago, was visited by Bob Hope and the Saturday night. The comedian President President also saw his wife Sunday. Soprano Dies 1MOLA, Italy (AP) - Eve Stignani, 67, considered a classic mezzo-soprano celebrated for the richness and fullnes of her voice, died Saturday. Born in Naples, Mis Stignani made her debut there at the San Carlo opera house in 1925 514% 71/2% We have a savings program ind Interest rate to meet your needs. Foyetteville Savings Loan Association 201 N. East Avenue These people had ~ reasons to choose electric heat Engineer: When you take a look at the facts, electric heat is a very efficient use of energy. Here's why. Electricity can be produced by a variety of local natural resources. And once produced, electricity can do thousands of jobs in the home or office. But the primary fuel needed to produce electricity is only applicable fo a few jobs. Electricity is versatile. 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