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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Golden Mile Senior Citizens Centre MONDAY: dass. TUESDAY: a.m. Keep a.m. Sing- ing practice. p.m. Bridge tournament, with prizes. THURSDAY! l.m Singing practice. FRIDAY: Afternoon. Visi from students of the tctooi nursing. Membership oardl (or 1972 ire now available. The centre is moving to new and larger premises at th end of this month. LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Campus Corner PAT SCHANDOH Winston Churchill High School Pausing and reflecting on my school days as they rapidly draw to a close, I have dis- covered something which I, and, probably, many of you, had not previously given any great deal of thought. From the beginning of our formal education (way back In Grade .there have always been two things we, as students, have taken somewhat for grant- Tne first, and most obvious facet, are the schools them- .selves the well structured buildings so faithfully financed by the taxpayers of Lethbridge. The buildings were there long before we began to use them and their attrition rate is far slower than that of the stu- dents. The second thing we tend to take for granted is the people inside those buildings the people who really make the school and the educational sys- tem click. Who else but the teachers, the unsung heroes of tto system? It is not my intention 10 idol- ize teachers in this brief com- mentary nor to make them ap- pear as superstars, as they so obviously are not. Teachers are people, members of society, just like we, as students, are. They work hard for their liv- ing in an atmosphere which is sometimes Jess than apprecia- tive. They are individuals, they are humans, they make mis- takes. In my yean of schooling, I have gone through many teachers as doubtless you have. There were good ones, there were bad ones. Looking back on them as a group, I can only now realize that each one of them, in his or her own unique way, has contributed something to me and my fellow students which has helped shape us into what we are today. Experts (for what they're worth) tell us that most learn- I believe that learning is an application of this meUtod teacher, to be truly effective must encourage his students to seek not only the obvious an swers but to read between th lines and shun the ever pres ent slants and prejudices o the authors of our textbooks anersonnel. Ann Landers SATIN WEAVE In .the satin weave, warp ns are exposed to the sur- ace in long floats producing a abric with a lengUiwise sheen. love _ gelling a knot in your stomach thinking about him. DEAR ANN LANDERS: "King Heroin is my shepherd, I snail always want tragic words, part of a twisted rewording of the beloved 23nl Psalm, were discovered recently in Reidsville, N.C., in a closed car alongside a dead heroin addict. She was 23 years old. "Her death was ruled a suldde. A hookup with the car's exhaust had sent carbon monoxide fumes from a running motor into the vehicle. Here's the complete Tsata.' "King Heroin is my shepherd, I shall always want. He maketh me to lie down in lie gutters. "He leadelh me beside the troubled waters. He destroy- eth my soul. "He leadeth me in Hie paths of wickedness. "Yea, I shall walk through the valley of poverty and will fear no evil for thou, Heroin, are with me. "Thy Needle and Capsule comfort me. Thou strippest the table oE groceries in (lie presence of my family. Thou rob- best my head oE reason. "My cup of sorrow runneth over. Surely heroin addiction shall stalk me all the days of my life I will dwell in the House of the Damned forever." Also found in the car with the dead woman was this written message: "Jail didn't cure me. Nor did hospitalization help me for long. The doctor told my family it would have been better, and indeed kinder, if the person who got me hooked on dope had taken a gun and blown my brains out. And I wish to God he had. My God, how I wish it." Reader DEAR READER: Thank you. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Please settle a serious difference of opinion in our family. You don't need to go into any long scientific explanations, just a yes or no will be sufficient. The questions are as follows: (1) Can two adults with straight hair produce a child with tight ringlets? (2) Can two adults with very light blonde hair produce a child whose hair is dark brown? Everything I have read indicates that the answer to both these questions is NO. What do you say? Wanted DEAR F.W.: I don't know what you have been reading but the answer to both questions is yes. Sketch club workshops Spring Instructional work- shops for the Lethbridge Sketch Club will be held as follows: Mondays, starting Jan. 10, p.m. with Mrs. Pat Holland supervising. Wednesday afternoons, start- ing Jan. 12, p.m. with Mrs. Cathy Evins supervising. Wednesday evenings, starting Jan. 12, p.m. free workshops with Wm. Park, (membership only Fridays, starting Jan. U, to p.m. with Mrs. Cathy Evins supervising. New registrations and mem- berships will be accepted at the workshops. Coming events Include the February art showing which will be held in the Bowman Art Centre, main gallery, Sun- day Feb. 6, with an open house from 2-5 p.m. throughout the month. A March show is also planned. FrMir. JwiMry 7, If71 THI UTHMIDOI HIUIB 17 U win Male nursing force seeks advancement LOS ANGELES (AP) Moth- r Is thrilled when her con de- cides to become a doctor. But what if Johnny wants to be a nurse? Once, the reaction would have sen tears. But now, increasing numbers of men are making the once feminine profession of nuriing a respectable male pur- suit. "Frankly, I look to them as the saviours of our says Nancy Lockwood, a pedia- trics instructor at Children's Hospital here. At California State College at JOB Angeles, among the largest college training centres for nurses In the United States, the male enrolment doubled in 1971. "Some are coming to nursing Tom such fields as teaching, aerospace, where the economic squeeze has wen says Dr. Lucie S. Young, chairman of Cal State's nursing program. "Others have ;ome out of the service with a xmus experience as medics." MEN STILL FEW The male nursing force isn't huge. Of students enrolled In the Oal State nursing pro- gram, 57 are men. And of the registered nurses to Cal- ifornia, an estimated two per cent are male. Dr. Young says men provide qualities sometimes milling from an all-girl nursing corps. "Even with career orientation women do not always provide a stable continuity within the pro- fession. They may nurses do and, most chil- dren." A man, she says, "goes Into this with the idea that it is a career and he wants to advance in it." Advancement, she says, can Include step ups to jobs in pub- lic health, training and admin- istration. In hospitals, she adds, men often excel at psychiatric nurs- ing and are fatherly additions to pediatrics wings. "'Their presence can provide a positive reinforcement for so many children who Just haven't a stable father figure in the says Miss Lockwood of Children's Hospital, which hires at least one male student each quarter. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "But such a cold morning I was moving fast to keen warm." ana out Mr. Archie Nelson and his mother Mrs. Jessie Nelson of -lethbridge, with Mr. and Mrs. ill Findley of Milk River, re- cently spent a week in Oalifor- a. They visited Disneyland, (nott's Berry Farm, and took the Rose Bowl Parade in asadena. PUBLIC BINGO 14 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS IETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (Upitalrt) EVER? THURS-fl p.m. STIMULATES BUSINESS FORTALEZA, Brazil Brazil has no divorce, but a local is offering a 20- per-cent discount to women who can prove they are legal- ly separated. Their presence is "a powerful stimulating ele- ment for the club owner said. Royal Canadian Legion Auxiliary SUPPER MEETING MONDAY, JANUARY 10th Supper p.m. Meeting at 8 p.m. Social Hour to Follow per by Friday far CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HALL-Cor. 13th St. and 6th Avt. N. FRIDAY, JAN. 7th 8 O'CLOCK 4th and 8th Games In 7 NUMBERS-Uth Game 5 CARDS FOR OR 25c EACH BLACKOUT JACKPOT NUMBERS LUCKY NAME DRAW WORTH LUCKY NUMBER DRAW WORTH Persons Under It Ytan Not Allowed SPONSORED BY ST. BASIL'S MEN'S C1UB PIANOS YWCA and Community Services Dept. Junior Gymnastics 8-12) at Neighbourhood Schools ALSO Creative Dancing for Pro-School Children at Civic Centra All starting week of January 10th For further Information itt Inttrt In Monday'! paper er call the YWCA at 327-2284 have 6 REAL BUYS ON NEW PIANOS 1 only YAMAHA 1 only YAMAHA 1 only YAMAHA 1 only GERHARD 1 only SHERLOCK MANNING 1 only TRADES ACCEPTED 312 8th St. S. Phone 327-0025 ;