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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE 1ETHBRIDGE HERAID Fritlay, Oclobcr 13, 1972 omen in provinces By THK PHKSS When Oimtdian women wore first able to u-e llu'ir in I lie election campaign of litjj, three them ran as can- didates. Now a record 69 women luwe boon nominated to fuiUrst the Oct. ;10 federal elec- tion, Only Allies Mucphail, a 31- .school leacher. il in the Ho use of Commons in that campaign years ago as a representative of the United Karmevs of Ontario in the old riding of Grey South-East. At the of nominations nvmtty wcviien from every province but I'rince Edward Island and the Yukon and Northwest Territories had filed In i-nntlaU' the pio- neers. The previous record was 43 women nominated in Tiiirty four entered the c imp 11 n ill in the 1 i L Hut i i by par- ties of lfi72 candi- d iU LilLiil 10 Coiservative I mo itic I irty 26; Social Credit 7; Independent or I 1 it 1 1 II) Mil-. FOIl LEFT (it 111 Ii c! iu uit tr: undc- i i n L t cindichtes it least 10 WCT t party or Marxist-1 groups. One of the undesignatod women candidates posed an un- usual situation in the Nova Scotia riding of Halifax-East Hauls, Slie was in jail in To- ronto on nomination day. Barbara Bilcy had filed her papers Oct. 2 and three days Inter was arrested on an On- tario Supreme Court order of committal. She was laken lo Don Jail in Toronto to serve a nine-month sentence for ob- structing police, a charge said io have arisen from an incident during a police raid on a To- ronto Marxist-Leninist book store. In the Quebec riding. Martha Adams, -12, is running as an In- dependent in St. Ilyacinthe where Claude Wagner, the Con- servative campaign leader the province, is seeking liis first Commons seat. Mist Adams, whose platform calif for legalization of prostitution faces a court hearing nex' month on a charge of living off (he avails of prostitution. SERVE AT ONCE Serve vegetables after cooking; flavor and fooc value may be lost if vegetables of the Coinniu-'are allowed to stand. Campus Corner '-assistant courses evaluated by health officials By CATHY do JONG Catholic Central High School After only months of class, once again libraries, study rooms, and labs are crowded v.ith students, already cramming for next week's mid- term exams, After this, there will he only eight to 10 weeks of class, with no break, and only the Christ- mas holidays (and more ex- ams) io look forward to. Already graduates are mark- ing that special date on the cal- endar, and speculating about (he still-distant event. Jlean while, extra-curricular BLACK FRIDAY It's Friday the thirle enth, and no black cat, no maUer liny or playful, is going to cross the path of this young lady. Johanna Hlldebrand, 1015 17 A St. S., stays out of the way of s inky-black part Persian puss, Kauiza. Groenen, photo tough game to Wilson 15-13, but bounced St. Mary's Cargers, I 14-0. j As in the Cougar games, they I are well attended. I Once again, spirit is fantas- tic, and the cheerleaders are encouraging. Jn a few year's time they too, should be throw- ing around the Rams and Bull- dogs, and any others who try to win over them. On Nov. 18, the Drama Class, under the direction of Mrs, Benz, will travel to Theatre Cal- gary to take in the play, Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the- Moon Marigolds. lured hairstyles By GLV.NN1S XH.M OTTAWA (CP) Federal health department officials are moderately pleased with their special doctors'-assislant courses offered to 2G northern nurses at six Canadian universi- ties last spring. "We still have to evaluate (he results with the the said Dr. Scott. There were however some oE their needs the program didn't meet. The medical services branch is hoping these additional needs can be met in the second round of courses, which began again this fall for 16 weeks for 27 northern nurses. The program is designed to offer nurses who work in th( Yukon and Northwest Tcrito ries additional skills so they can functon more effectively on their own. NORTH HAS NEED The courses offer more infor- mation for the nurse in how to diagnose a case and offer cer- tain treatments that previously had been the prerogative of doc- tors, Dr. Leslie said. The nurses learn how to de- liver babies, take x-rays, do some dental work and do health examinations, among other things. "We don't call it a nurse- tilioncr Dr. Leslie said. 'We consider it an in- house training program." "We SCR it as a temporary added Kay Keith, staff development nursing offi- pie three said during an inter- Low. It isn't in any way intended to jc a stop-gap measure for inad- equate heath care, they said. "U isn't going lo give norther- ners a second-rate care; they're actually going to have a bettor care than in the said Dr. Webb. The ratio of doctors and j nurses to the population in the North is higher (ban in southern Canada, Dr. Leslie said. "Geography is the problem up he added. The distances combined with poor weather conditions when air travel is im- possible means that families can't get to doctors as they might in (he south. The program, offered at the universities o f Sherbrooke, McGHl, Toronto, Western On- tario, Manitoba and Alberta, U federally funded. Dr. Leslie said these universi- ties wanted to get involved in northern health programs or al- ready were working with medi- cal services in doctors' pro- grams. Iff of local cer. "We have a need for nurse By JUDE TL'mC Ikralil Staff "A more sculptured cut, with Icoli, lots of movement, a freer said Jorgen Maegaarcl, is in store for tiie Canadian man and his hairstyle. Mr. Macganrci, recently re- turned from Barcelona, Spain, The overall 'style trend is lo-f "Canada placed praclitioners in the said Dr. II. L. Webb, director-gen- n; eral of the department. "Unfor- tunately, nursing programs in warn a "fuller top, a wavecl said, "which was very good be- southern Canada" aren't prepar- I- 'he play turns out to he i was participating judge at" the activities are m full suing as anything like the name it should i international Men's tne Bowling Club members heart! he well with layered cuts which for their games every Tuesday evening, and Spedapso mem- bers (also a youth group) or- ganize their plans for the com- ing festive season. The asseml lies C now crowd- ed with Grade 8's and are also in fuli swing. Besides being really well-at- tended, school spirit has soar- ed, as favorite cheers, and foot- stomping chants echo through- out the gym. This brings to mind the fam- ous ''game of the which took place last weekend between CCHS and LCI. Although we to the Rams, the score was only 14-12, anc! considering our rival school is three times higger, the Cougars dici play well. Both students and teachers, as well as Coaches Dahl, Oman, and .Mellon thought the was well-played, and all proud of our Cougars. A He for first place is still possible, but al! games from now on, must he won. This shouldn't prove to be too hard though. Our Junior High team tiie the season off badly after losing a seeing. And at the same time ing Competitions held there, the As the Canadian Mr. keep the hair long at the collar- line, but "very short on lop, making sure it doesn't fall into the eyes." Mr. Maegaard added that "this style is particularity great here with all the wind it can blow and your hair still doesn't get all messed up." He said that the new short- Junior High are doing their I Maepaavrt travelled v.ith five i look would cause it was the first time we had entered. "We difrvt choose the right style and didn't know was going on in Europe. Next time ing this type of nurse He said some university pro- grams now appear lo be moving toward the nurse-practitioner program but that, the federal nursing service wanted to get going now. our "styles will not be so stiff, but free and flowing." The competitions are held every second year, with Austria GET BETTER CARE named as the host country for 1974. And by sponsoring the Mr. Maegaard commented, share of activities as they plan I representatives to the three-day prevail for at least the next two was "proud to be a Drama 3 and 9 night, for the first week or so in December. Once again, just looking in 5 tidpatcd, Mr. Maegaard said all said he looked for ''good crafts- from the outside, it should be styling teams were "represen- manship in the styling an enjoyable evening. competition. years. Of the 23 countries which par- As a judge, Mr. Macgaard courses, the branch believed it could have some say in deter- mining what would be taught so St. Patrick's CWL will spon- sor a fall tea and bazaar Sat- urday from p.m. in the church hall. Southminster Circle Square Dance Club will hold the regu- lar dance Saturday at p.m. in Southminster ball. All square dancers welcome. Wom- en are asked to please bring a hex lunch. The ciub will host the Southern Alberta Wcslern Dance Association on Saturday, Oct. 21. The regular meeting of the South Alberta Writer's Work- shop, which was to have been held Saturday, has been post- poned until Oct. 21 at 2 p.m. It will be held in Sample Room 209 at the Marquis Hotel. New writers welcome. For further information please contact 328- 2819. CanacV.an and in hairstyling we j the program would best meet are on top of the work'.." the needs of northern residents, The Junior High paper the CCHS Adanac was also publish- ed last month, and aside from being filled with news of foot- ball games and cheerleaders, there were teacher interviews anc! a gossip column which caught me up on the latest. Rosanna Saccamoni was elec- ted president of the Jr. High Students Council, but by ac- any- way Besides this, there were odd little secrets about Kelly Loi enz's habits, and the color of Laura Kenwood's face after an embarrassing moment. Besides all the regular ups and downs of school life, all goes well at CCHS, as the da pass quickly by, and snow rath- er than leaves, covers tho ground By the way, today is Friday the 13th, so watch out for the Cats tonite Bulldogs! tative of the world's finest.' He said European entries showed much more strength, sym-' even, all-round cut metrical perfection." The team which placed first freedom and versatility in their at the competition was an Aus- cuts, in comparison to the tria-France-Germanj other countries. tion Children, 'short-changed? says .Indian band council tElSTER'S COMING EVENTS Beta Sigma Phi Presents a Fashion Show entitled "Profile" Tues., Oct. 17 Wed., Oct. 18 YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE LINDA GAY FLITTEN In Omcerl. YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Fri., Oct. 20 U of L CONCERT Wed., Oct. 25fh YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BLDG. PHONE 328-4080 JORGEN MAEGAARD LONDON, Ont. (CP) A iceling hy Indian band councils :haL native children were being short-changed" on education in "an exciting chal- lenge" for Richard Young. Mr. Yoiing is an instructor in counselling theory and practice ,-iL the Universily of Western Ontario's Althousc Education. This year, he is assisting nine subjecls as introductory sociol- ogy, health ami physical educa- tion, guidance and elementary FALL TEA DELICATESSEN ad BAKE SALE SAT., OCT. 14th P.M. ST. PETER and ST. PAUL'S PARISH HALL 12th Strecl 'B' and 7rh Avenue North ADMISSION 50C DOOR PRkZE EVERYONE Spc-rv.ored hy 1he IA lo St. Pr.fcr and St. Pciul'i Church Indian students gaining skills to return to their reserves and help their people attain edu- cational and personal goals." "One thing we have learned in education is tliat native people can help native people hest, just as blacks can help blacks iK'st aruS poor people can help poor people best." Mr. Young said in an interview. "What's particularly impor- tant is that tin's program re-' uUed from the band councils approaching the department of Indian affairs who in turn ap- proached the lie said. "It wasn't something that was foisted on STARTED WITH ]S The one-year social coun- selling course for nalivc people was started hero last year v.itli graduafion were hired hy loral- aron InrJ-Jiin hfinds. Two olhrrs accepted v.ilh I ho In- dian affairs depart rnrnt ;imi two of the graduates remained in one with Ihe hoard of education ami the; other lo j work at a hoys1 liomc. i This year's students, seven men and two women who i from 23 to 3Qf are taking such education, remedial reading and Indian culture and history featuring a native lecturer, as well as the counselling course. Requirements of the program are the same as for university College of entrance either successful completion of Grade 13 or a Grade 12 diploma with the stu- The Lethhridge Handicraft Guilt will meet Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the Bowman Art Cen- tre. A good attendance is re- quested. B The Women's Federation of St. Andre w 's Presbyterian Church will hold the annual tea and bazaar from 2 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 1, in the j church hall, 1818 5th Ave. S. Mrs. W. A. S. Johnstonc will! act as convener. CAROLINE COMSTOCK president A recent election of officers I for the Wives of the Associa- tion of Professional Engineers, Geologists, Geophysists and As- sociates, named Mrs. Caroline Comslock" as president. Other officers elected for the 1972-73 term were: Mrs. Sharon Nyhoff, vice president; Mrs. Alice Darby, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Phyllis Gette, corres- pondence; Mrs. Betty Har- graves, social committee chair- man; Mrs. Chcri Baunton, Mrs. Vernice llerbig, Mrs. Heatha Thicsscn and Mrs. Cathy Craiggs, social committee. dent being more than 23 years of age. Tuition is paid to the university by the Indian affairs department. Financial orrangc- menls for books and are made between the dcpa.'i mcnt and the individual stu cJent. In addition lo his academic studies, the student spends nine weeks in the field, working with counsellors in the various school systems in southwestern Ontario. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS tETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM (UpiKnrs) EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HALL-Cor. 13ih St. and 6lh Ave. N. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13th O'CLOCK 4th and 8lh Games in 7 2lh Game S CARDS FOR 51.00 OR 25c EACH BLACKOUT JACKPOT 54 NUMBERS LUCKY NAME DRAW WORTH LUCKY NUMBER DRAW WORTH Penons Under 16 Not Allowed SPONSORED BY ST. BASH'S MEM'S ClUB IWeeWhimsy QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dcnlol MecHnnic Capitol Furniture PHONE 328-7681 THE IETHBRIDGF. PROGRESSIVE CONSERVATIVE WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION ARE HOLDING A RECEPTION FOR CANDIDATE PIACJ: "TOWN CHEF' Professional Bldg. 740 <1lli Ave. S. (Elovnlor) TIME: SATURDAY, OCTOBER l-llli, 1972 From 2-5 p.m. MR. HURLBURT will discuss A. Beef grading system B. It effects the CONSUMERS PRODUCERS C. And oilier pertinent subjects. Tl a spccjaf invifaricn to ihose of you who would like lo support OUR PARTY, OUK LEADER, OUR CANDIDATE, Jo come and pet acquainted. HURLBURT, KEN X Inserlod by the Ulhbricfoe Progressive Women's Association ST. PETER and ST. PAUL'S CHURCH PARISH HALL 12th St. 'B' and 7th Ave. N. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14th DOORS OPEN AT P.M. BINGO GAMES OF SKILL DRAWS FOR PRIZES EVERYONE WELCOME NO ADMISSION CHARGE ;