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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta May THE LiTHiBIPOi HIRAID 21 Psychiatric nurses complain of status TORONTO A battle to win provincial recognition for registered psychiatric nurses trained in Western Canada emerged before a legislative committee. It was a final stand for the psychiatric nurses in Canada in their effort to win over The College of Nurses in said Dave a member of the board of directors of the Psychiatric Nursing Association of Canada. He said the college has been in refusing to allow registration of psychiatric nurses who have graduated from two-year courses in the four western provinces or Great Britain. But Joan director of the said Ontario nurses want to ensure that all those practising in the province have a basic level of training before branching out to specialties. t of new kinds of health workers should be where registered nurses or assistants can do the she said. That argument won agreement from Health Minister Frank who said Ontario wants to avoid proliferation of specialties in nursing before basic training. He told the committee considering the proposed health disciplines act that registration by the college is not a licence to practise in Ontario. allow those trained from other jurisdictions to practise here. The if approved would recognize only registered nurses and registered nursing assistants. Mr. also assistant director of nursing at St. Joseph's said there is a shortage of psychiatric nurses in Ontario but most are reluctant to move from other provinces because they must accept lower status and wages. Andrew Hayes t wiN be Mm the original an lor his quote. Send your child's quotation to this paper Contraceptives fail in 25 percent of cases OTTAWA Almost one-quarter of all pregnancies in a University of Ottawa study of 800 women occurred while a method of birth control was being used. Statistics from the study also showed that a wife or husband had been sterilized in almost 25 per cent of marriages surveyed. And while about 65 per cent of the women who had ever used birth control have tried the oral contraceptive pill at one only 36 per cent were taking it when the study was done between and 1973. Janet director of the said most of the pregnancies were first pregnancies for the woman suggesting that people grow more proficient at birth control over a period of time. The increased popularity of sterilization as a form of birth control is most evident in women older than says the study. Among couples that opted for there were twice as many women who had tubal ligations as men who had vasectomies. BINGO SCANDINAVIAN HALL 22912th St. 'C' N. MAY 31st 8 p.m. DOORS OPEN AT 7 P.M. NEW GAME in 53 Numbers 7 Numbers of Less 5 CARDS FOR POT OF GOLD Single Winner First 12 Receive GOLD CARDS PAY DOUBLE EACH DOOR PRIZES 36 FREE CARDS S DRAWS FOR NEXT WEEK Sorry No one under 16 years of age allowed Club corner The Disabled on the Move will meet Tuesday at p.m. in the patients lounge of the Lethbridge Auxiliary Hospital. A review of projects and possible future projects will be discussed. All interested persons welcome. For further information contact Frank 328-4029 or Gerald 329-0911. The regular meeting of Vasa Lodge No. 579 will be held Saturday at p.m. in the Scandinavian Hall. Potluck supper will follow the meeting. There will be an annual roll call Friday at p.m. in the Oddfellows for all members. The Scarlet and Gold Club of the Lethbridge subdivision will hold a windup dinner Thursday at-7 p.m. at the El Rancho Motor Western Room. Xi Xi Iota and Preceptor Eta chapters of Beta Sigma Phi held installation ceremonies on exemplar night for Babs Ruby Anne Chanda and Jennie Stalker. HEAVY PRODUCTION The human body produces more than organic secre- tions called enzymes. Corby Grand Duke. One of the worlds 3 great vodkas. We challenged two world famous vodkas with our Grand Duke. The judges were panels of taste people like you who enjoy good vodka. They tasted and told Duke's as smooth and light as the world's I Enjoy the best. Corby. Good taste in Canada since 1859. Ann Landers Dear ABB Sylvia Porter had a wonderful column recently that should be discussed in every freshman high school class in the country. So often students wonder if it's worth it to stay in school and get an education. That job for WO a week looks awfully good to especially compared to hitting the books and studying for exams. A lot of students drop out. Almost always they regret it. The job blows up. They are laid off. They find that without a high school diploma it's not easy to get another job that amounts to anything. They feel too old and out of it to return to high school. It's a pretty grim story and usually ends up with the dropout stuck in some fourth-rate slot for the rest of his life. Miss Porter's column quotes figures from the U.S. Census Bureau that once and for what education is worth in dollars and cents. Here are the You Lifetime Educational Level Worth Less than 8 years Elementary school graduate High school drop-out 'High school graduate College to three College graduate 5 years or more I hope you will print this Ann. It gives a clear picture of the financial rewards of staying in school and underscores the penalties for dropping out. What doesn't show up in these figures is the benefits of education in terms of enhancing one's ability to enjoy and appreciate the finer things in life First lumberjill Carolyn Anderson plucks a tree out of the ground with the help of her 10-ton machine with little effort. She is one of four lumberjills at Camp 603 north of Thunder Ont. Carolyn claims her job is easier than the work she once did in a supermarket. JACKPOT BINGO This Thursday May 30 SpHwntf If Lrito' AM St. Hut at St. Pud STARTS P.M. HALL Corner 12th StrMt B and 7th North Jackpot and ii won Thuriday 2nd Jackpot In 58 Numbers 7 of Gold S30 Put or 5 lor SI.00 Alia Fm Cirto. Fret Gams And A Door Prizi Persons under 16 not alleged. after you see your doctor bring your prescription to MONTH END CLEARANG a keener awareness of what is 1 happening in the one's j responsibilities to others and man's role in a civilized society. Chicago Reader Dear Thank you for a letter that should open some eyes close some of students who can't see the point in staying in school. Sylvia Porter has once again done a beautiful job of zeroing in on some mighty valuable statistics. Dear ABB Last fall I enrolled in a college in Ohio. Three of us guys shared an apartment. We each chipped in and bought a Pomeranian puppy. The price was which we split three ways. The understanding was that whoever ended up with the dog would pay the other two guys each for their share of the original purchase. I transferred to a school in New Jersey in mid-semester. One of the other guys went to New York. Mr. C. wound up with the Pom. When we said our goodbyes not one word was mentioned about the money owed us for the dog. Would I look like a cheapskate if I wrote and asked for my Is it too late Dog Gone Dear What do you have to The guy will either ignore your tell you he hasn't got the dough right or send a cheque. It's worth a stamp. But keep in you left him the third of the dog that eats. It's not easy to recognize especially the first time around. Acquaint yourself with the guidelines. Read Ann Landers's or Sex and How To Tell the For a mail 35c in coin and a self-addressed envelope with your request to Ann P.O. Box 111. 60654. SCOTT PAPER TOWELS 180 towels perroll........... MM FLUSH-A-BYES Toddler size. BOperpkg......... 2 00 2 TWOIpMlA 16 LAWN CHAIRS Strong tubular frame. Choice of colors..... SNUG-A-BUG SLEEPING BAGS Approx. BARBEQUE With removable grill for easy cleaning. 4 6 7 44 67 86 CAMP COT Choice of Green or Orange 50 FOOT GARDEN HOSE diameter CHILDREN'S SWIMMING POOL Complete with BOYS'AND GIRLS' HI-RISE BICYCLE chroma landers with kick stand 4666j LADIES' STRAW SUN HATS 2 styles......... LADIES' TANK TOPS Sizes L. Assorted stripes 1 00 LADIES' TOP SHORT SET Sizes 5 00 88 PANT TOPS 3 styles in assorted spring patterns. Sizes 10-18 W LADIES'WHITE SHAWLS Acrylic and Nylon SHIFT DRESSES Large assortment of patterns. Ladies' and Women's sizes 8 3 88 00 INSTAMATIC I 1 IW CAMERA OUTFIT Complete with film ind flashcubes.................... 0 PORTABLE POCKET RADIO Complete with earphone and battery............. SANYO B W TELEVISION fully yellow and red. POCKET BOOKS Good assortment of titles......... 3 88 2-PIECE LUGGAGE SET Avocado and Blue............ 116 97 THERMOS INSULATED JUG Holds approx. 64 oz............... 18 1 88 97 CREWEL STICHERY KIT Great assortment of pictures will fit frame........ 88 POLYESTER CRIMP KNIT Assorted colors. 2 99 PER YD. CHILDREN'S RUNNING SHOES Broken sizes. fn MEN'S EN'S mcri IG SHOES 400 SPORT HOSE D.urvcnaizes. Tww Acrylic and nylon. Priced to clear I Assorted BOYS' SWIMMING TRUNKS BOYS' BLUE JEANS AQ7 Of Sizes mM9l 7-16................... GARDEN GLOVES White with blue or red trim. INFANTS' T-SHIRTS Sizes 3X a. sizes. Per pkg.............. 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