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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 1971 THE IfTHBRIDGE HERALD 23 FIRST FEMALE IN CANADA Massodas owned by Susan of Southalla Kennels of is a recent orrival from The of Canaan is the only female in the and will be bred for the purpose of donating pup pies to seeing eye Other pups will be put up for Nurses should go to hospital doesnt Canaan dog rare breed Massndas the first fe male Canaan dog to be import ed into arrived here last Tho owned by Susan Horovitch of Barn will be bred and the pup pies donated to seeing eye Other pups will be put up for Massadas Eve is the Uurd of her breed to be brought into the country and the only one west of The Canaan does very well in apartment is an ex tremely hardy can ad just to any is strongly protecting and childloving and has a definite desire to The breed originated in Is rael over three thousands years and was initially reintro duced in 1934 as guard and war They were then used to help the blind as they were found to be intelligent and easily The first of four Canaans was imported into the States several years with the first being brought into Canada just one year The aim of importing tills an cient breed is to save it from extinction and to donate off spring to seeing eye as they are an excellent size for leading children and the el EDMONTON CP Regis tered nurses in Alberta should be educated in colleges in place of the provincial college sys The submission recommends a twoyear education program of the current system of train1 for an diploma registered nur ing them in says Existing Alberta Colleges programs are for The in a proposal to the provincial recommended The released says that the main exped tical r elimination of the current between college tem over three In programs is all diploma nursing programs would be the educate their graduates while hospitals train of social thems nurses are better able to deal with wrote as whole said Raymond comm 16 the 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS IODGE on the other stressed the practical side of The Alberta Association make ber ol its re EVERY THURS8 Nurses has been on record since 1962 as He report cha INSTITUTE OF 1 1 Build Sales Stop 1 SelfConfidence Bed d 1 Develop Self Molivat on a 1 Improve Study Habi s Nail p 1 Master Emotions Other mill Vi I Improve Memory Sleep Soundly k Eliminate Nervous Lose c Stage the Tension if Overcome fears k Concentration to improve Classic 1 Sports Abilities Build Self Discipline S Individual and group instruction available 1 hetrohypnosis and self li Free lecture service to any nonprofit 1 24 HOUR ANSWERING 1 PROFESSIONAL HYPNOSIS BY APPOINTMENT a kid 3286426 day a 1 324 7th 4th p 1 Lethbridge the concept that nursing edu cation programs should be con structed within the framework of general education in the director of instruc tional services for the commis said in an interview he fair amount of cri tical reaction to the reaction came from Murray executive direc tor of the Alberta Hospital As who said hospitals themselves were not consulted before the colleges commission its It strikes me as odd that the sion didnt consult the who educate the vast majority of diploma nurses and make use of the greatest num ber of graduates before it wrote its report on nursing educa Ross He declined comment on the report itself until he has had Hamilton students go camping Fortynine students in outdoor education class Hamilton Junior High have embarked on a School winter camping excursion at Waterton Park at the base of the Rocky The students left Wednesday merning by bus and will return to the city Friday The trips are designed to ac quaint students with some of the more secluded park to prepare shidents for appre ciation of outdoor living and to give them some practice in survival training in cold weath lar of local k dance will be held at the LCI from M2 sponsored by the Par Band Music be provided by the LCI Stage proceeds will go to LCI band uniform fund Southminster Girls Choir will hold a potluck supper for s at Southminster ly at Basils Parish will have dies Christmas party in the Parish 13 S u n it 2 All children of the parish are p Lodge Ladies Auxiliary of the United El SIMPSONSSEARS KNITTING CLASSES week course starts 21st 1972 to April Free lessons when you purchase one of our beginners kits for only ThirteenWeek Knitting Course 114 class per week FRIDAYS to SATURDAYS to SATURDAYS to CLASSES ARE LIMITED TO 20 PEOPLE SIMPSONSSEARS KNITTING SCHOOL REGISTRATION Mail lo DIVISION SIMPSONSSEARS CENTRE VILLAGE MALL OR BRING TO THE YARDGOODS AND SIMPSONSSEARS NAMC ADDRESS PHONE I PREFER TO ATTEND DAY TIME Ann Landers Transportation Union will hold its annual tea and bazaar Sat from 2 in Augustines Church corner of 11 and 4 The Pensioners and Senior Citizens Ladies affi liated with the Provincial and National Pensioners and Senior Citizens will meet Friday at 2 in gym 2 of the Civic Spoils Bingo will fol low the business meeting and lunch will be Hostesses will be Birth and Laura Basils CWL will meet Tuesday at in the parish The meeting will be followed by a potluck sup per and social Women are reminded to bring a small All CWL women are in The regular meeting of the Lelhbridge Auxiliary to Shrine Hospitals for Crippled Children will be held on Tuesday at at the home of Fred Old Coaldale Members are asked to please bring jams and All Shrin crs DEAR ANN LANDERS Someone wrote you about a girl who had everything but a nice lie wanted to know how lie could get her to see a dentist who would put her mouth in You were right when you told him that fear is probably what keeps her rom I have not been to a dentist for 20 Fortunately my teeth are in good but my early experiences have me I recall vividly how the dentist propped my mouth wide open while he worked with a hammer or a and the saliva trickled down my I needed to swallow and couldnt and 1 thought 1 was going to When I told him of my fear he laughed so hard they could have heard him across the I remember the agony of the drill brrrrrrrr lor 20 minutes I had nightmares about it for So please be more 1 can understand the girl who has a pathological fear of dentists because 1 am in her Kan Authority DEAR HUTCH a person who has not been in a dentist chair for 20 years is no I tone you will go soon for a dental checkup and ask to see the Dentists now have a tube which eliminates the saliva They also have watercooled drills which rotate at an accel erated speed and reduce the drilling time to a fraction of the old Welcome to the 20lh Its beau DEAR ANN LANDERS I just read the letter signed 111 In Illinois from the woman who was so upset by her sons homosexuality that it was making her a nervous I sympathize with the guy because Im in the same Two years ago at the age of 18 I made the mistake of telling my parents 1 was a They became begged me to and asked me to see a I told them I was perfectly happy with my I have a wonderful male We get along fine and I have no interest in heterosexual I am not a screaming I dont go to gay bars looking for 1 am a productive person and very successful in my I am wasting my parents money by seeing a psychiatrist but I go to satisfy I find myself becoming resentful of their involvement in niy which is more of a problem to me than 1 can understand their disappoint We are a religious family and they long for me to marry and have Thank you for telling 111 In Illinois to try to accept her son as IK is because the chances of him changing are very for appreciate your realistic But DEAR Youve made your statement and 1 made mine to 111 In for which I received plenty of cri Its I can take it as well as dish it DEAR ANN LANDERS What does a person say to a friend who has had her nose clone over Does one mention it I was caught by surprise the other day and Im sure I made a fool of I just stood there 1 have never read anything about this and the etiquette books dont deal with Please Rochelle DEAR Miss New Nose could and should have help ed you out by How do you like it She knew you were surprised to see the alteration and it would have been of her to cushion the If the occasion should rise again and il new noses are contagious when one gal does it gives the other simply You look THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes To avoid confusion weve labelled your long underwear long underwear1 and your laundrybag laundry bag1 New executive for pensioners The Minus One Club will hold its social evening in the Golden Mile Room at Southminster Church on Monday at 8 Gift suitable for male or For Christmas banquet tickets and New Years tickets please phone Lorna i Southminster Circle Square j Dance Club will hold its rcgu j lar dance Saturday in Soiilhminsler All square dancers Wo men are asked to please bring j j a box 1 The board of directors of the i and District Old i timers Club will meet in the jcluh rooms on i at All hoard I lers are requested to bring a serviceable pen with them to i complete the invitations for i I A full attendance is requested Tho IiPthbridgc Old Dance Club is sponsoring a danti at Ilia Assumption School with the usual orchestra in Kvervonc Tlie election of officers for i the Pensioners and Senior Citi zens Society of Lethbridge In was held last week at the Civic All but one of the former exe cutive were returned to office by They are Chris first vicepresi second Mina Jack and Mar tha Di rectors are Nellie William and Tom Evenson is the new execu tive member who will replace Past president of the organi zation is Don n anc J of town TO IIOMK A study per Till of all traffic crashes occur j in Love knowing he cares although he may not say it of OUl Tho Society of Pensioners and Senior Citizens Auxiliary j Originals officers elected for 1972 arc Mina president Mary Hob vicepresident Ada secretary and CORRECTION In our ad the copy should have road THE 1000th ATTENDANT instead of the 100th at WOMACK 1235 9th Avortue S received 1 doien Sweetheart Roini MARQUIS FLOWER SHOP Marquis Hotel Phone 3271515 FOR GOURMET OR IMPORTED FOODS FROM THE FOUR CORNERS OF THE EARTH SHOP VALUE VILLAGE TINNED BISCUITS FANCY IMPORTED MARINATED ARTICHOKE HEARTS TOSCA CUT VELVET OKRA GOBLIN TREACLE SPONGE PUDDING MACADAMIA NUTS TWININGS TEAS IMPORTED EARL GREY TOSCA SHERRY CURED OLIVES GATO IRISH WHISKEY FRUIT CAKES VERKADE MOCCA STICKS REGINA COOKING BURGUNDY REGINA COOKING SAUTERNE SNAILS shells included IAWREYS TACO SHELLS EL PASO TORTILLAS GARBONZO BEANS chick peas TIPTREE PURE QUINCE JAM IRISH WHISKEY MINCEMEAT RUM BABAS CAKES IMPORTED GIFT PAK CHEESE TRAYS CHEESE TRAYS PREPARED ON REQUEST DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CHEESES PORT SALUT MOZZARELIA DANISH CAMEMBERT FRENCH CAMEMBERT BRIE GJETOSK PURE GOATS MILK CHEESE BLACK DIAMOND CHEESES WINE CURED BEER CURED HICKORY SMOKED KILLARNEY CHESHIRE WENSLEYDALE GLOUCHESTER FRENCH ONION MEDIUM AND MILD CRACKER BARREl ORIENTAL GHERKINS 6 for TRAPPIST GIFT PAK WINE JELLIES TRAPPIST ASSORTED PRESERVES CERAMIC HONEY GIFT PAKS TRADER VICS COCKTAIL MIXES BLUE HAWAIIAN TROPICAL ITCH BLACK RUSSIAN MARGURITA MAI TAI PLANTERS PUNCH HOT RUM BATTER CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUIT TRAYS IMPORTED NONALCOHOLIC WINES ASSORTED FLAVORS ;