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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 tFTHBBIOGE HERAID fridoy, Mjrunry 35, rj r. U o o io get ell truth about hospi 3 children should be prepared WASHINGTON lAI'l men may be yetting a head- i at least alxnird America.n ships. The or shipboard hmh 1 i-oom. for winnen mem- hers is lo the same one th.M j I male members now use 1 when :ensils and appendix muM Iwir-aiul-a-hair said. united Slates Coasl ram- mi'.'.' Dl' Guard is proposing that women amilj reassuring, hut tnrh- "These children don 1 know b aml fill. Don'l tell vein- child lici the reason li-.oy are being lefi it has dealing ui.h tlie pain behind." ami with Ihe hospital. Don'l; Dr. McPhcrson said parents :hould exnlain I'ne need lor segregating the belli rooms hospital. Don 1 Dr. McPhcrson said parents say tho-e will he no should explain Ihe need lor mv. ton. but explain there will ho blood needle pricks and _, (o needles and mam s t r a n g e i which m.-.y happen 111 ill P.OL he able 10 the operating room. "The idea] situation would bo lo the child through the one? was a program like and doctors things under Stan (1. Aral all lhe-o hings art1 bcinp done in order McPherson. city pediatrician, says it is best lo' but the parents r.r.d make- the child didn't u.ilizc ii" nf is lo happen in the hospital. He said iho. child should bo made aware of the parents' He explained most instruction as to ivjiat parenis should Icli and the clnld is done on an mdivi-1 it's just more heads aboard ship. Current regulations for other ve- st? Is require female to have loilsL and frcilitic's in soparaic from tho50 of nirJe The coast gunrd is k-ikini; ig the iaci ;i liospj- reason for leaving him dual [loctor-psrent basis. Dr. McPherson said v.itli to- ul sia> will make you well can hospital for some time, but be i (lay's hospitals, every effort ,5 nr vercome most irrational fears, "sure he understands you are mano by the staff lo the c[ y Bui for [lie child 11 lio hasn't no: abandonui.K him and will be fears of the child. i reviously been separated from 1 back." "Tlie hospitals trj- lo develop most used e said, "Ihc I ffh wear sterile ey have col- 1 sy Uio pr.rcnt, entering the hospi- "The young ones, the what I IIP child is most used to can bring on numerous fears don't understand. Thf older in the home." he .said, ;'lhe thai none can assuage. children can understand, but nurses r.o longer Hcr.v can a parent make this the problem is with those who I white dresses' the; transition an tviMcr one and are at the toddler TJiejurcd ones, and the walls arc wha: can you tell your child child IR months to four or i pastel." i said all cffons are made i I to help the children arcommn- j Idnlc away from the parents. I The suiToundings are made I 'natural as possible, with a; homo atmosphere. With ihe problem of having a I little one in Ihe hospital, ihe question o.r visiting comes ;nj j regularly. Is it belter lo kecu visil.s at a minimum, or to cume i I often? its ruling a month afler ing the data. A spokesman for Ihe Xaliou- Mnrit'ms Union in New York some ship companies bathroom restrict iyi primarily all-male by complaining not faciiit e- fov taciutie, CAUOL D1TANGO Knit Amlreus Higli School LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Campus Corner I are long enough for I1 III bit 01" relaxation, but short enough so That we don'l gel iwrecl. Th-? fmal semester at noon someiimes seems lo s High School jnst j be boring for many students. I With i Kaie An ns hl11- attiludo atom joiir school, just; is spint, when ir m-a dcl'k so shc's because its school, it doesn't do comes to social and sports ar- ir.uch good, especially if you tivities Although crntvds are increas- ing lately at basketball and football games, there is not nearly enough support. Auto body more to her liking SAINT JOHN. X.B. (CP1 Tmaity Rice of t a -operated insti- onc-vcar-old Bcnita tulion. Barkers Point. N.B., Her first interest was motor ever want to gel anyM'here in life. think one main reason why I do like Kale Andrews is lne friendly, informal atmosphere ..Dances and skating parties that exists around the school. seem lo be a flop due to lack o[ vehicle repair which she studied for two winters at night school something more lo her in Frederic-Ion. She talked with aulo body i-epair. 't manpower counsellors who sug- "Working on cars has always geslcd motor vehicle repair was appealed to she said dttr- j a liillc too heavy for a woman, ing a break from classes al the "So I decided to give aulo Indy Kaint John Institute of TechnnI- i repair a In- and I really like ogy where she is believed to be it." There is a conglomeration of' school spirit A lot of students every type of person you can tnaL lne fact lnat 'he dan- imagine on the pedagogical ccs arc Ior KAJIS members ajid premises. And although it may I with invitations only, seem hard to believe, everyone for the poor turnouts, is accepted for what he or she .Tnc coursc selection is excep- is. resulting in the easy going school life. As in every school, there are certain groups of kids who don't associate uilh the rest of the students much, a.nd keep pretty Tnuch to themselves, but no- hcdy makes a big issue of their One thing lhal joti don'l find in KAILS, is groups milling for.1 il miser- j fc.r the rest of (he student tody. The between nn-iod breaks i tionally good for its size; with J slightly over 400 enrolments. I'm sure ir I had lo re-live v Lcndar oj- f f I local nanncntun. Ilnms ;ir hold ily dLseour.igcrl and v.ben em- plovers sec I can do the job they ask. I don'l think there will i be? any Tier entry into n profession long the domain nf ini'n may raise tb? bope.s of SODIO o in e n 's liberalionisl-s. lint, my pasl (Jircc years, I choose KATE ANDREWS HIGH a.s Oie school to rc-livc il in. nprrs- (Tlic viftws vnicpfl ahovc coinmn do not snrily concur uilli ['itlicr those nf The Herald or l_ri- sler'T, hut arc n rcflrnioa of Ilm .sliuldit's opinion.) EASY TO LEARN FUN TO PLAY We slocJc over 20 makes and !00 different Of guilurs. Brand nnmcj such as: Gibson, Frnmus, Yamaki, E'pcinn, Hofnur, Suzuki, Kawai, Valdei, Ibanez, etc, All instruments guaranteed. nlso carry o full line of slringi and accessories; cases straps, pickups, etc. We buy in case lots and can soil our instruments a litlla cheaper to save you money. Shop and compare! Our expcnlnccl ialcs staff will be happy lo ,ihow you orounrl ond help you choose Iho right instrument nl reasonable prices. COMING EVENTS WINSTON CHURCHILL HIGH SCHOOL PRESENTS "THE KING AND I" YATES MEMOHIAI CENTRE MARCH e, 9, in, 11 Ticknli Avciiloblo Al LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BLDG. LETHBRIDGE nic-jling j) in. in Assumption SHiool mairies and has a family, her gym. An invitation is extended place is in the home lo Ih? Catholic---------------------- Separaif School fiuard lo at- tend. i Cjj-cjt; Dance .sjioiiMir ,i partv for the learn- eiv.-' group on .S.'ilujvl.-iy p.m. in Soulhminstrr hall. All dancers arc uelcome. Ord.-rs [or the chicken lunch will he taken unlit p.m. There will be a rummage sale held at Dolhlcn Presbyterian Chiirrti llfill. 1020 in Avc. X., al 0 a.m. on Satmtlny. The Lcthhridgc .Sappers Asso- ciation will hold a mixed social evening at the Iloyal Canadian j I.ogion Salitntlay. Plans arc also lieing made for Ihe a.sso- cialbns annual banquet and dance .lime 21 at the Park tin CANADA'S SUPER CON MAN Only onr, didn't slop Hyman Dcwirl Novirk from carryinc) nn fu II lonk o British jnil lo do Ihol lempornnly. Novick hos achieved nolorinly n rnn nrliO chnal; buiinniimcn by mail. Myron Wil'.on floltiils hit %lory Soluidoy IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE SCHOOL'S OUT The annual teachers' convention youngsiers indoors. In fact, snow is another name for means two days off for school" children in Lelhbridge, fun for ihese happy youngslers. and not even Old Man Winter himself can keep the Phil Faulds know you on Feb. 29 The day lo complete I'msc Prevent curdling To prevent curding when i making custards, m i x sugar ivith egg. add hot liquid a little at a lime, and do not overcook. FREEZE FOR LATER Egg whites and yolks may be frozen for use as required Inter. Dr. McPherson said this was I long Ihought of plans to call on an individual matter, lie said or lnvlll! a nelsh- QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Collided Dsnlol Mechanic Capilol Furniture Bldg. PHONE 398-7A84BB PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM EVERY THURS-8 p.m. RUMMAGE SALE BETHLEN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH HALL 1020 10th Avenue North SATURDAY, FEB. 26, 9 A.M. (lie woman lo study aulo Bonila said she doesn't feel body repair on a full-lime basis siie'll have dirficully finding a job in a field dominated exclu- SIMPSONS-SEARS Charm School Girls Age 12 to 16 ENROLL NOW Ten-Week Course En re I) men I includes book, fashion charm bracelet and lote bag. 15 THIS IS WHAT YOU LEARN Hair Care 9 Grooming 9 Figure Control Skin Core and Make-up Modelling Assurance and Poise Wardrobe CcmpJcle Ten Week Course under experi- enced lulijac'c. tessons are conducted Sal- urdays a.m. unlil p.m. A mus! for every girl from 12 lo 16 year? old arc limilod- PLACE: LETHBRIDGE ENROLL NOW Application forms arc available; in our Girls' Depart- ment or simply mail name, address, age, phone number to Division 77, Simpsons-Sears. SESSIONS CONDUCTED AT SIMPSONS-SEARS Letlibridge in the Training Room STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 o.m. lo p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Centre Village Telephone 328-9231 ;