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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Afrit j, HHAIB is Ann Landers Two-Year Training Enough, Says RN MAR ANN LANDKRS: a KepeUred None who From time to time you deal with kttn (ram ncthm of daogfakn. You ahrayi (fame mothers to atop eay ciri or tow Mo. You insist it M an cmotknal problem and the girl ahould wort k out wiih a Grrfeauonal under the wricHul eye of a physician. My problem is the opposite. My daughter is not an eater is a starver.-Hie girl is 17, skinny at a rail, DM one eoH after another, ic always tired and irritable. tried werytoing under the sun to make her eat I prepare beautiful food but she pushes the plate away and "rm aoi hungry." She iasiats three meals a day an oW-fatWoofd habil and most people could lire ra one- of whk they eat and be healthier for it. ___ Wbat'can be done with a teen-ager who thinks ste knows st all? In.Newark DEAR Your basic problem is the same as the mother with the obese daughters. My .advice is ftere _ in your letter. I hope you heed it. i DEAR.ANN 1 been married only a ww. to a man 'who one terrible No matter where iTgo --to a restaiwnt, movie, to the theater, a concert wherever people gather'- Jerry starU a conversa- with -ryooe.who win talk to him. 'Tta: otter went to the ice show. He became so chatty, with toe mmao on he left you would nave thought she was bs date Her husband didn't like the .way Jerry moved m on Ms'.wife. I sensed H immediately but Jerry gabbed on and on totally insensitive to me man's hostiSty. Last night started a conversation with a gentleman in (he grocery store. The man was very cool. 1 was em- barrassed. When we left the store, I asked Jerry why be don this. His answer: "I've never met a stranger. What do you make of it? How can I cure Wife. DEAR WIFE: Your husband is a friendly fellow who asmmes everyone appreciates being spoken to. He is wrong. Some people cherish their priTacy and resent airusion By JEAN SHARP CP UUw TORONTO (CP) The who direct nursing acbacfe and nursing staff say trained in two Hd de Mt iecd the of a tttrd jttr in work. What third jeardtw to Meet of to nurses' training and keep nursing sUi costs down, says Uura director of the Registered Nurses' Associa- tion of Ontario. IDss Barr was commenting b an interview on a resolution by directors of ofBursing and of nursing al a conference on nursing education. The resolution supports RNAO efforts to have two- year nursing coursee estab- lished as the norm in Ontario. With a few exceptions, hos- pital schools oi nursing in all provinces train students in three years. Part of that training is jo-hospital work. In Ontario most schools operate on the two-plus-one system, _____________j em for this persooalily defert endrerifflyomeK .to the feet tfaet he will OBaUnoe to etart eoverutKBe he leeibeoaiMe eonjofcta ubich be amot eorfroi. i. to Dorft KaowWfcW Ttor to AimymuuB. I _J doogol Jim, Gambfara P.O. Boi 1717S, toe Angelee, Calif. _____. two years of training and a year of Interning at a training hospital. PAY B LOWER During that year, Miss Barr nys, nurse interns are paid about a month. Regis- tered nurses in urban may earn as starting 'The importance of this res- olution is that the directors who prepare students and the directors who work with in- terns don't find this third year useful." the two- IA FORUM ABOUT MATURE WOMEN SCHOOL HOMY CONTINUES -As a student in lethbfidge Central Elementary School Alfred leni, now of Trochu, Alberta hooked a rug as an art project under the direction' of Miss Angela Ban.in, now Mrs. A. Smith, 497 7th Ave. A S Hooking rugs has become his permanent hobby. The idea for the rog shown, one of about 30 completed, came from a 1958 Lethbridge Herald calendar which he hand-lraced on the canvas back. AH his ugs ore made as gifts and depict nature scenes. Mr. "Flash Lenr was a Herald paper carrier for many in Miss Barr says pltis-ooe course wiis tished by the provincial health department to operate from 1985 to 1975. She says the gov- ernment has given no indica- tion of any plan to drop the third year. There are nurses interning in Ontario now, and the RNAO is con- cerned that nothing be done suddenly. The conference resolution has been forwarded to the College of Nurses, the nurse registering body, to support other resolution! udder cussion with the Ontario Hos- pital Services Commission. PREMIUMS PAY COST Miss Barr says there Is in- creasing interest in the pro- fession in the question of stu- dent nurses receiving free training and offsetting thfe cost by the work they do while they arc students. Not only is the value of the tradi- tional system doubted by some senior nurses but many students would prefer to pay their own way, Miss Barr says. She says ifoe wonders how many people are aware tha the cost of training nurses is paid for out of. govemmen health insurance premiums. 1 is therefore tied to both fed era! and provincial health de- partment financing. Dear Miss Brookfield: Do you think it's silly for a woman of 52 to go to college? 1 don't mind attending classes with young students. But my husband insists 1 am "too old" to learn, and at my age 1 would not relish the .role of the stu- dent who "flunks out." Our chil- dren are married, so there's no on that score. What do -ou think? S. M., Corpus Christi, Jear S. M.: I thmk you ought to for college admission immediately and then start telling yourself at you won't "flunk out." At IB same time, tell .your hus- wnd that the ability to learn nay begin to diminish gradual- y after the 20's but the ability J Ca d.ocal to think and continue! to increase with age. Several universities have con- ducted studies and find that when the average person's men- tal abilities decrease with age, this is largely due to the fact that he has let his brains get as they say. A study conducted at the University of Minnosois corHrrns this. Ths investigators studied 5.500 ex- tension course students whose ages ranged from 20 to 70. They were all engaged In oc- cupations which roade continu- ous demands on their hitfDi- gence. In the vast majority of cases, mental ability increased with age. The results demon- strated that the average 40- year old student had "more oh the ball" than the 30-year- old one. the 50-year-old student scored higher than the average 40-j-ear-older, and so on. P.S. Good luck! (You'D prob- ably get straight The Tuesday Evening Unit of Southrnmster UCW mil bpW a rummage sale, in Southminster Jiurch Hall Saturday at 10 a.m. ot Dominien bcfcah Lod9> No. 41, R.bekuh Ho. M ami Alpha Theta Kho Girk Club No. 1. PHASE MEET rOK CHURCH PAKADE in Southmlntter UnHxi Church Lourvj. at a.m., Sunday, April 5tH. Specials Every Saturday! PERMS ALL HAIRCUTS THERESA BEAUTY SALON 740 4th AYS. S. Next to Port Offic.1 32S-6424 SWtCH FOIl rtACl Cao.Ngoc Phueng, 32-yeor- oM Vietmimew reporteo m Montreal of a toader of pocrfirt BuddhiM under- gnxmA When iU found wen wanted by the South VMnanwM gewcmment, went Into and hat spBOKinfl tovr or fnv UfntBQ THE BETTER HALF ByBobBamM Yoa expect a sale on stereo at this time of year. But, you're always won- dering about real value. Well, Philips lays its hard-earned rep- utation on the line with this one. And we guarantee ho gimmicks, no specials, just common sense VALU ES. TRUE SAVINGS are reflected in the lower prices your Philips dealer is offering for a limited time on Philips stereo high fidelity. He's offering up to 26% TRUE VALUE is yours because these are not special models made up just for a sale event These are regular line models with all the value buiK into them for a regular selling season, TRUE FURNITURE. You realize savings and value because Philips takes no manufacturing short cuts. Cabinets are designed and made by Philips with the care and precision of fine furniture crafts- manship. Solid wood backs to 'rmprcvB acoustic .qualities, comer post leg construction, attention to fine detail, hinge Ms, genuine wood veneers, hand lubbedto a durable finish. That's what our True Blue Sale is all about.' Honest values, unprecedented savings. Fine furniture and professional sound quality. At your Philips dealer s. now. PHILIPS "Hel p me i My gd f corf conked out on the 17th green, and i had to walk 400 yards." BAKER APPLIANCES LTD, 1031 M Avmve S. 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