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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta JO THE UrHBRIDGE HERAID Wodncstloy, Jon. 17, Parents Plan Community 33 Families Live Tog< Uv KOXANNE fiOLUSMITII i Peter, an COPENHAGEN i API They I "We would all like sav that two heads arc better pools sauna baths and other ma- than one But are (Hi heads bet-jterial things. Privately, only a tor that two. They'll soon find j few of us can afford them: but out in Denmark, with the ad- together, we can all have them, lent of the "megafamily." We're looking forward to shar- Iwo years ago, a few families I ir.g many things books, rcc- rieeided to build their houses on ords, perhaps pets." the same piece of land. "We're tired cf being isolated Now, S3 families have joined I in our own small com- tn planning a community just j plains ar.olher. outside Copenhagen, in which; The parents are between 26 each family will have its own j and 40 years old. middle class, house, hut'will share the gar- j steady dens, outdoor kitchens swimming architect, says: of these rooms will encour- age families to share the larger common rooms." Rooms for a family of four in this house cost Denmark's few small collec- tives have had some trouble, not only with the neighbors' opinions, but with just living to- gether all the lime. Psycholo- gists and architects agree that one reason for this is the house itself. A house for one family seldom suits the needs of a jobs and several nf unrelated people, and children. t.hose who have fcund a pool. I The buildings are designed to, Systenl collective living are 'Nurses Urged To Define Goals By JIARfiAKET WHITMAN nurses to "enlarge Ihcir vision FRKOEHICTON (CP) and nut cast the nurse of the ln- nadian nurses must, define the lure into Hie same mold." goal of their profession, C. Hoy j The president of the rirockbank of Halifax said Mon- n-cmbcr association said the day during the 35th j nursing profession should invite meeting of the Canadian Nurses 0 u I s i de comment, especially Association. from patients. Mr. lirockbank. chairman of; is room for the eon- the commerce department at i sumcr of nursing and lor the Dalhousie University, said if public at large" to help plan nursing is truly a profession, it must have some functions which cannot be performed by techni- cians, cti'.er professionals lesser-lrained personnel. iiei-.lth services, she said. CNA Executive-Director Dr. Helen K. Mnssallem of Ottawa, in her biennial report, said rc- cent achievements of the CNA He told the nurses at-, include establishment of a na- tending that change, not com- (local library service and stand- 'fort follow "proper care cross-Canada registration and' feeding" the nursing pro- fession. The changes would af- fect education, slnrdards. rcla-i examinations. lions with other professions and j hospital organiza- TRADITION KILLS raditional hospital organiza-1 A two-year-old African boy yon died from pneumonia alter cuts 1 Sister Mary Felicitas of Mont- j on his face to form traditional real. CNA president, urged tribal scars turned septic. "rounds kindergarten and j provide maximum communica- Lnen a small zoo. lion and privacy where neces- A short distance away, in an- j sary. Megafamily One. which other suburb, 30 or -10 families j decided to build houses grouped CITIZENSHIP DAY Judge V. A. Cooney, of Colgarv presented 22 new Canadians from southern Alberta with their official certificates during citizenship court held in Letb- bridge Tuesday, tethbridge Girl Guides studying citizenship were also in attendance. 22 New Citizens Citizenship Court Convenes about common recreational fa- cilities, will have the most pri- vacy. The houses are Danish split-levels, separating the chil- dren downstairs and the parents upstairs by an in-between level of family rooms One end of the community has the swimming pool, outdoor kitchens and workshops, game rooms and a sun terrace. buildin" it i A teen club lies in the middle, Why "do 100 people want to j complete with everything from are hoping to take an even big- i ger step into the "megahouse" big enough (or at least 100 residents. Most of these families met when their attending the _____ school. All the i families have now agreed on the design for the miracle I children wen 1 same private of all will contribute equally to the cost of By CHRISTINE Pl'HLi Herald Staff Writer During citizenship court held in Lethbridge Tuesday, 22 peo- ple from southern Alberta re- ceived Canadian citizenship. Judge V. A. Cooney of Cal- gary presided over the court which was also attended by 11 Girl Guides studying citizenship and members of "the Alexander Gait Chapter of the IODE who were hostesses for the occasion. represented by the recipients were Belgium, China, Hungary Italy, Spain. Poland, TTie Netherlands, Japan and Germany. The importance of being a Ca- nadian citizen was stressed by Judge Cooney. "There i.s no second class I He said it was insure such thing as he said, i "There are no doors closed to you now except personal capa- bilities." He s a i d the highest I try has today honor in a country is to hold a public office and they were now eligible to do so. "It is encouraging to see peo- ple from all parts of the world come and live together happily. The world says it can't be done but Canada is proving it. "Even people from countries that are usually at war with each other stand in front of me united in this country. I have! their duty to live together? One answer: save Canada as faithfully and "I've been living in my neigh- willingly as many others Trad to i borhood for la years, and 1 still that whatever this coun-! hardly know my neighbors. we be preserved are separated by wads :fences and gardens." :ager to explain it to others. In Lingby, a residential area, nine young teachers, photographers have been living together since AH- j gust, 1988. I "The problems people think j we have don't says Hanne. "For example, we all get up at different times in the morn- ing, so there is no waiting in line for the bathroom. Nor do. we waich there there.'' When TV very often, so no disagreement asked how problems are solved. Peter explained: "We discuss them. We discuss everything." in the future. The new citizens were sented with certificates of citi- j very zenship by Judge Cooney and; meet otiler people. hard to to get a ;a discotheque to a greenhouse. At the far end, is UK kindergar- ten, playground and, perhaps, zoo. Cars will be parked at the edge of the community. j At a house, including land, construction and all com- L III jmon facilities, it can't be call- i Ul I lH-Uilililj.j scrolls of recognition by mem-1 Warm feeling toward them bers of the IODE. i a slie explains. conducted over the last five and one half years." The spirit, feelings and indus- try of people in Canada today determine what Canadian cul- ture will be like in the future, he said. The Lethbridge Girl Guides i with Mrs. R. J. H. Hall, divi- sion commissioner were told by I the judge of the rights, privi- OiVl'l leges and heritage attached to I Canadian citizenship. The girls Bride elect Miss B e 11 v I then took the oath of allegiance. Schawalder was honored at a! Kev. E. R. Moody repre- miscellaneous shower 'Body Freed' Says Gernreich T 7 Return Of Topless Look is near! at the home of Mrs. Lois GoraUza. Co hostesses for the occa- sion were Mrs. Loreen Schmidt and Mrs. Barbara Goraitza, both of Vulcan. senting the Canadian Bible So- ciety distributed protes t a n t and Roman Catholic bibles for the people to use dining their NEW hodv ed low-cost housing. Nor exorbitant for a house Copenhagen. The "megahouse" is less ex- pensive and mere radical in de- sign. Its 2Vi storeys will cover two acres of land. MONASTER -ySTYUS Jan Gudman-Hoyer, the archi- tect lor both projects, describes the interior as "something like a monastery." YORK (AP) "The j only see this as an escape from I "The private sleeping rooms VI a mage said designer Rud'i Gernreich as he brought back his topless look and buck- ed the midiskirt trend by show- ing mostly pants. Three models, including his favorite, Peggy Mcffit, entered wearing long, black tube dresses and proceeded to unzip their high-necked cover-ups to show the topless look. Gernreich first did t o p 1 e s s bathing suits in 1964 and earlier this year showed completely nude models. Miss Moffit was hesitant about when and w here she what's reaily going on. "Many probably feel this oath of allegiance and to keep j would wear the topless dress. as a remembrance of the occa- sion. WINS TRAVEL AWARD HALIFAX (CP) Artists, a 31-minute color film snowing Nova Scotia artists at work, has been judged the year's best travel film by the1 Canadian Tourist Association. It was the Bfth time in eight years the province had won the Maple Leaf Award in the annual com- petition. (Calendar General meeting of First Uni- ted Church Women will be held in the lower hall, Thursday at 8 p.m. I'm a terrible prude, f get the creeps putting on a bathing she said. Gernreieh showed mostly pants and jumpsuits in the fi- nale of Ms collection for Har- mon Knitwear and shrugged off the below the knee, midi- skirt look. !I don't understand what the way. but they panic and are afraid of not doing any busi- ness. "If you do a midi and have to slit it up to the crotch, then why not do a short skirt? When ev- eryone talks of the midi, it's al- ways in some form of apology." His alternative is a collection of pants with and without at- tached skirts. Pull the white sleeves and leg covers off one ensemble, and there's a white, short-sleeved Untie over black jumpsuit. Unzip the tunic and it's a plain jumpsuit. SHOWS NO HATS He showed long sweater- dresses with halter necklines and full patterned easy robes with long sleeves. There was no jewelry.and no hats. Colors are subdued, in greys, browns, blues, and blacks. Dancer's ballet practice shoes Jar parents and children are small. Each has its own but the Mr. and Mrs. John S. Kevr of Lethbridge wish to announce the engagement of their se c o n d daughter, Dorcen Lenore, to Mr. Neil Errol de Macedo. elder son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas An-i thony de Macedo