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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, February 14, 1974 THE LETHBHIDOE HERALD 21 WeeWfiimsy activities in David Young win be sent the original for ha quota Send your child Founding couple commemorated Calendars Parents Without Partners will meet at 8 p.m. Friday in Immanuel Lutheran Church, 6th Avenue and 18th St. S. Rev. Ken Jordan of First United Church will initiate and guide a discussion of humanism, which will continue for an eight week period. The Playgoers of Lethbridge are reminded of the meeting tonight at 8 at the Bowman Art Centre. The possibility of producing Arthur Miller's play, The Crucible, will be discussed. The fifth Lethbndge Cubs' and Scouts of Southminster Church are holding the annual valentine's tea and bake sale from 2 to 4 pm. Saturday. Baked goods will be greatly appreciated. Everyone welcome The Playgoers of Lethbridge will again present a workshop on theatrical production, with the emphasis on characterization, at p.m. Friday in the Bowman Art Centre The Chinook Pensioners and Senior Citizens Ladies Auxiliary will meet at 2 p.m. Friday in the civic centre. Following the business meeting bingo will be played and lunch served. 1974 memberships and calendars will be available All members and friends welcome. Happy birthday, Baden- Powell! For half a million members of the Canadian Girl Guide and Boy Scout Associations, Feb. 17 to 24 is a salute to good citizenship and a remembrance of the founding couple who gave youth a wholesome character building program. In Lethbridge where registered girls, boys and adult leaders participate in the Guide and Scout programs, the salute will take on several forms. Beginning noon Saturday, several Lethbridge Cub, Scout and Venturer groups will jour- ney to Taber for the annual Southern Alberta region Scout ice rodeo. A city-wide Guide and Scout street parade gets under way at 2 p.m. Sunday, departing from Gait Gardens Members are scheduled to parade through downtown streets to the Civic Centre where an ecumenical church service will be conducted at p.m. Rev. Jack Purdie, a Baptist minister from Calgary and Alberta Scout council president will be guest speakers. Individual group banquets and display nights will be featured by several city groups during the week. A penny carnival complete with Cub car rally is set to go at 10 a.m. Saturday in the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute gymnasium. A Howl- a-Rama entertainment led by Cubmaster Rick Gordon winds-up the Saturday program commencing p.m., again in the LCI auditorium. On two evenings, Thursday and Friday, Guide and Scout representatives will be on hand at Centre Village and College Mall displays. Lethbridge Rangers will provide other exhibits at the downtown and southside branch of the public library. Posters depicting the Guide and Scout programs, prepared for a competition by local members, will also be on show at the malls. Assorted community and commercial business officers are preparing to open their doors during the next week to allow Guides and Scouts to fill honorary executive positions. Purpose of this program is to help members better appreciate the day-to-day operation of their community. Canadian Guides and Scouts make this annual celebration a time to recall the ideals of their founders, Lord Robert and Lady Agnes Baden- Powell. FAMILIES IN CRISES This workshop will explore family systems, com- munication and interactional patterns and factors which lead to crises situations Methods of improving individual and family coping and communication skills, as well as ways of enhancing self images and basic relationships, will be presented. RHNTM PITSM: Jiyn E. MM. R.S.W. DitnUhlTiMS: FMrarf 25. 26 MM! 27.1974 MM; MM MttlN M Tttttijf IN Uiivirtity if Cripry FM: 150.00 I.B. mi As mtonfiw is IMM. ptosi mi ii mittmiN by i Fir phut etitoet KM DhrisiN if EHHtiM. 284-5431. Division of Continuing Education and School of Social Welfare sponsored by ttw ALBERTA EGG FOWL MARKETING BOARD arranged by 639 5th Avenue S W. Calgary WON BY IRENE SHEPPAMD 9A flfll 99 WINNERS OF SUNBEAM APPLIANCES Mary Undwn, dflcjary, Mrfe CtMk; Armour, vnpnv, MM. H Crifftry: Mr CtNMMcMk. WINNERS of 52-WEEK SUPPLY OF TWO DOZEN ALBERTA FRESH EGOS EACH WEEK A. Mk, Sdmarrton; Mm. A skilled and decorated British military officer, Baden-Powell was asked 10 prepare written materials suitable for existing youth organizations at the turn of this century. When these papers, published in six parts under the title Scouting for Boys, were released, their popularity quickly led to the formation of an all-new youth program. Guide and Scout leaders continue to develop physical, mental, social and spiritual skills in their young members. While both programs have experienced changes in uniform, achievement work and handbooks over the years, the essential character training program is still stressed through camps, community service, games and leadership opportunities. On the march Scout Piper Fred Thomson to visit city on Sunday Working conditions shock Yukon nurses WHITEHORSE, Y.T. (CP) Working conditions for nurses employed by the federal government in isolated nursing stations around the Yukon Territory have been described as archaic by the president of the Yukons Status of Women Council. The comment came from Joanne Linzey of Whitehorse following a speech by Pauline Butler, president of the nurses sub group of the Professional Institute of Public Service of Canada at a regular meeting of the Yukon council. Women at the meeting were shocked as Mrs. Butler described working conditions at nine nursing stations around the territory. A married person cannot be a nurse at a nursing station because they have to live fulltime in the stations, and their husbands cannot move in with them. Mrs. Butler said that ruling, introduced several yean ago, has resulted in married nurses being unemployed in the small communities while the federal government spends hundreds of dollars to fly in single nurses who last less than a year. Diabetes society initiated Making the diabetic aware of his dtafawt and informing the public of diabetes diagnosis and treatment are goals of the newly formed Medicine Hat branch of the Canadian Diabetic Association. An organizational meeting was held in tbe faO, with a fall slate of officers elected, headed by Demon O'Camell as pi evident. Interested persons in Lethbndge and district are welcome to attend the monthly meetings held at p.m. at tbe Red Crow House, 380 2nd St. S.E opposite the post office. Guests speakers are in attendance at the meetings as well. The next meeting will take place Saturday. She said the Faro station, 240 miles northeast of Whitehorse, has three nurses on staff and the average stay is six to nine months. She also said there are three married nurses in the community who are willing to work but can't. In Dawson City a nurse left for educational upgrading and two married nurses in the community were not allowed to take her place. A single nurse was flown in from Edmonton. There have been reports of nurses in the isolated posts working 340 hours a month. They are paid ISO a month for being on call and that dollars applies whether they are called out for only one THE BETTER HALF hour or 100 hours a month, Mrs. Butler said. The conditions were brought to Mrs. Butler's attention recently as a result of contract negotiations with the federal government Vice abounds ACCRA, Ghana (AP) This capital city has prostitutes, not counting a weekly newspaper quoted a government report as saying. It said the figure works out to one prostitute for every seven men, making Accra "one of the world's wickedest cities." By Barnes "I cooked something oppropriote for Valentine's Day artichoke hearts." after you your doctor bring; your prescription to ______ ONE DAY FABRIC BONANZA Merchandise on sale Friday. 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