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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD TUESDAY, APRIL LSTHBHIDGE CXX LTD. Proprietors Publishers The Fifteenth V.C. The Shortage of Nurses Announcement was niade only! (By Sixth ss. S, Alberta, i today of the w W. A. BUCHANAN Cross and Director.: JOHN TORSANCS Business Manager. H. G. LONG Editor. by a Winnipeg soldier ia -Tee CacacUan are not C. R- SlA'iTEEiS'S Secrerary. Audit ilesaber Bureau of now getting fantastic wages in hearsay) and not ali. aos'Jiials cave luiiy _ might as we" face facts. The; normal salary and livicg stan- shortage o: nurses has now reached (jartjs. perhaps the higa school r........- hear of the "old days" elaers who know nothing? changes. Perhaps in this! PICKED UP IN PASSING FOR THK SUSY Twenty-five persons were home- award should have bad to be rcsde' conducive to ,usiv to ibe hero, CSM. uitals is more acute uow John Hc-'wrt Osborn of the VTsam-; ever during the war period -VM- o' thB two The discharge of nursing s; peg G-e_sc-ers. o_e o. Act.ve ilas Canadian baizaiions sent to tae i hos- js than prevailed. i There is much agitation for MEJtB-Elt OF TUB CANAUliN ill 2MTBT3 :o Tie Presi prt- aio e ot aeience of Hong par Osbcr selt on a in order to save his JeJiows he must have knows. 1: meant cerMiin death :o >s one of the sublime irjeicenis! of the war. I: was thoroughly in; keep-isg wiUi tie rricitioris of :he; CJcss. 1 row receive a modest Kingston. Mrs. u: some would have it; Eliza J. Campbell lay on the floor j for than 13 hours until dis- covered by a neighbor. living ccncU-.ioiIs xrit.ii bu: acce-oiable To the stuceriis United States production of meagre and their uareats. Ac.ocates of jprin: in February totalled 63.CC-J 'this seem to faiiltoas. a cecline of 5.059 Jons from to realize tlsai nurses-in-trainins January, but an increase of 4. It said uiat the ever-incre.n- :or Health SMOKE GETS IN YOUR EYES year alter for with-1 Ircm Sield thryligli marriage other reasons. teaching, or women taking The federal communications com- course, or trailing as (mission in Washington said the dental curses. Student nurses are as Second Class Mafl.] Post OSice Deparssect. "The Hsrafd Sen-es tha South' The Price Battle Did you get The Housing Priority ticnal badly needed hospital and' ,o' of seel- forttmate that tliey are not required beds are made avail- able for use, the shortage be intensified to that extent. In Great Britain. Dr. Charles Hill.; fees, as is the case in some schools for nursing m the Slates. This agitation was fostered by the American government payments Alberta, which mus: a market outside the Province for most, of its products, and a mar- ket outside Canada for the more commodiuss iiSe wheat, beef, pork, mutton and wool, is the tussle between labor ref-j permits for ____ .._ _____ -_ spea-aug con- ada "Unless this acute snortage is Commercial Cable Company and Mackay Radio and Telegraph Com-i panv wiU reduce cable rates to the British isles April 29. The newspaper El Crisol said in Havana that quadruplets, bom in the remote eastern Cu- ban village of Aguada De Yarer. died a few hours for "lack of medical I ucuon cohered lessen- apparently are busy ;ioal medical I and nursing services, to experiment is to chansel j lo icster znaustna! medical services ing into training. A rmssion will shortlv visit Aus- The market, snortage of co-sestic and undertake the firing "off building materials as largely as i are wasting their time. Legislation formed dy others. While this phase .._. ,___ into new homes mee will be nullified bv lack of trained situation may show some 1 improvement now that the labor returning to normal, hos- not optimistic that ______________this "factor's being if thousands of servicemen, many; program of development should be: minimized for some time. rtage of sheer necessity, have bad to as- j e iims quite a few of tne tasks that! in normally T-oald have been per- A daring holdup by a lone gun- man, who had to docge a pursuer's bullet, resulted in the theft of the which is going to set the pattern for tiie Dominion for rnsny years of wheat married overseas and of! come, and the fanner, as tiie] whom many others are now getting j married and setting up homes of cities and towns their own. The suggestion is a good one. but it is certain to raise many questions. Here in Lethbridge there is a Today, in' many j fession. including iis edui iesperateiy snort j background, should be given educational to buyer of the goods produced by eecondary industry, is keenly in- terested. Not only the farmer, but most of the other people of AI- questions. Iv Hospital boards are being toid j which'had such a long and honor- beta who ceoend ucon the farmer Here in Lethbridge there is a that is no use going on with their able historv and which has dis- f or the existence of "their businesses, dearth of homes. But there is also a j Sghiy-Sve per cent, at least, of j dearth of mercantile buildings of j ihera. i because 'the features of Hospitals cannot be expected to j our health care methods may i