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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WE UTHlMDGf HMALD Vi.dnwAiy, HbtMfY 17. Skating champion to visit city Women have place in public, speakers tell university club _ c-t-itarl cl St. John Ambulance courses set The St. John Ambulance i secure if they can have a baby- Home Nursing course original-1 sitter who has obtained a cer- lv scheduled to begin in mid-1 tiflcate in our baby-sitting February, will begin Monday, Starch 1, according (o Stan Coxson, area staff officer for the St. John Ambulance Bri- gade, for the area south of Calgary, and treasurer for course. They are (auglit wiiai the basic needs of the children are, what to do in case of em- ergencies, and other pertinent things. If they do not measure secretary-1 up to our standards, thej the Lethbridge i ply do not receive a ;y sim- cer- the Lethbridge Fire Depart- ment, and a member of the city police force. ''The reason these courses were not offered before, was that we could not afford to pay the rent asked for suitable buildings." The organization has now sst up headquarters PETRA BURKA Petra Burka. 1965 World Fig ure Skating Champion will be visiting the city Feb. 24 as par of a goodwill trip on behalf o the Canadian Figure Skating Association. Miss Burka will spend the day meeting with city officials, and skaters and their parents of the Lethbridge Figure Skat- ing Club. Miss Burka mil con- inue to Fort Macleod in the evening to visit with the Fort Macleod Club. By BEVERLY-ANN CARLSON Herald Staff Writer 'As Truman said, 'If you can't take the heat in the kitch- en, get said Mrs. Vera Ferguson Tuesday at a meet- ing of the University Women's Club. The club hosted five featured speakers who are, or who have been active in community life, and-or politics. They were Lil- lian Parry, who was the first woman to be elected to Leth- bridge City Council; Mrs. Ber- tha Kipp, now an instructor at St Michael's General Hospital; Mrs. Margaret Sutherland, member of the Municipal Hos- pital board; Mrs. Gladys Rert- fern, member of the public school board; and Mrs. Vera Ferguson, at present a member of the Lethbridge City Council. The purpose of the meeting was to tell how each of the women got involved in her particular field, the responsibil- ities placed on them by their position, and the way that the position had enriched and changed their personal lives. ''People are becoming aware of the power of said Mrs. Ferguson. "Women can be very effective in politics if ey are intelligent, and do eh- homework." She stated at you must become "more vare of the many facets of e community, the many differ- t types of people in the corn- unity, and their different primary use of the said Mr. Coxson. "is T, Jt Iin the case of most people not Mrs. Redfern stated that she care would like to see more women! 5 on the school board. "It is a most stimulating position, but more women should campaign for it. They are generally clos- to the "child, and generally branch of the organization. I says Mr. Coxson The course will be taught by I The course is taught by a Mrs. Elaine Sibel. a registered! registered nurse, a member ol nurse. of The home nursing course will run for seven consecutive Moo- days. Each class is to begin at p.m. in the headquarters. Classes are limited to 25 per- sons, but Mr. Coxson says that more classes will be set up in relationship to public demand. ___..... For further Information about at 1205 3 Ave. S. and "we either class> Merited persons !hehwMk" in" oTdVToVake ft j contact Mr. Coxson feasible." 'brigade headquarters.________ Ann Landers A series of workshops enti- tled 'Integration of Mental ealth Concepts in Nursing' is King planned in the near fu- ure by the Alberta Association Registered Nurses. L e t fa- ridge will best two of the orkshops on May 6, June Resource person for the rorkshops will be Mrs. Jennie Kiting, who has a varied back- ground and experience in men- al health both in nursing ad- ministration and nursing edu- ation. The workshops are designed o assist the nurse to integrate lental health concept into the DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am writing this in study hall, so please excuse the note book paper. Our principal made the following announcement over the inter-corn and we are like dying. He said: "There has been too much making out in the hallways. There will be no more physical contact, including hand-holding. This means keep your hands off each Isn't that just gross? We all agree that kissing in the balls has to be slopped, but to ban hand-holding is plain creepy. When that announcement came over the speaker the kids got like spaced out. I realize you are not of this century, Ann Landers, and you probably haven't been inside a high school for 40 years but you could help loads if you'd print this letter ard say you are on our side.-President Of The Society For Pre- servation Of Hand-Holding DEAR PRESIDENT: This will probably come as shock to you but I was actually born hi this century anc HAVE spoken in hundreds of high schools during the lasi several years. (Colorado Springs and La Porte, Ind. just last month.) I ses nothing with hand-holding, but obviously a few of you cats have been mushing it up in the corri dors and the principal's edict is the result. Unfortunately the majority invariably has to suffer for the sins of thi few, so keep your pea-pickin' hands off each other during school time. Chickadees. Rules are rules. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am 15 years old and I'm like in jail. Here are my orders: I must come straigb home after school. I cannot invite anyone to the house, am not permitted to talk on the phone. I cannot go any where such as to a basketball game, a movie or even fo a ride in a car with a guy. This agony goes o for one solid month. In other words, I am worse tha grounded. I am cut off front civilization. What I did was not THAT bad. Rush your answer. My parents think you ar In Amarillo DEAR IN: What did you do? Rush YOUR answer an I'll rush mine. DEAR ANN LANDERS: I am a 15-year-old who neec your advice. Our club is giving a boy-girl party. I haven dated very much but I know who I'd like to ask. My question is this: Should I telephone the boy myself? Would it be better if my mother telephoned him? Or should my mother telephone his mother? I have an older brother who is friendly with his sister. Should I ask my brother to call his sister? Rush your answer. The dance is in three weeks. Blusher DEAR BLUSH: Do you want your mother to take the boy to the dance? Or do you want your mother to take his mother? Or would you like your brother to take his sister? For cryin' in the grog, Girl, if you want to invite the boy, call him and leave the relatives out of it. have a better knowledge of how he is getting along in school, than does the father." As Mrs. Sutherland said, "People who get involved in civic affairs have to be inter- ested, have to get involved, and have to care." i for chronic or convalescent pa- tients. Some people will break their backs to make a patient more comfortable, when it would be so simple if they only knew the proper way to do so. It lightens their work load." Another course which the St. John organization hopes to be- gin in the near future, is a baby-s i 11 i n g course which would probably run Tuesday evenings. "Most people feel much more Mental health tvorkshops set for spring by AARN concepts and its application to the participant's work situa- tion. Topics for discussion will include self-acceptance of oth- ers, responsibility, communica- tions, feelings, love, anger, anxiety and guilt. The workshops are for reg- istered n u r s e s and will have relevance for any nurse in any health setting. A maximum of 15 nurses for each course will be allowed. The workshops will be held for two full days in each of four locations, with" the first being planned for Grande Prairie, April 29, and June 3. The Red Deer meeting love is emptying your own ashes. FINAL MARKDOWNS DURING JOE GREEN'S ANNUAL SHOE SALE! TEENERS' SHOES 3" MUST BE CLEARED! Savage Rosita, etc. SO PAIR ODDS AND ENDS MEN'S AND WOMEN'S WINTER BOOTS 5" OPEN THURSDAY UNTIL P.M. 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