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Col. Henry · of Cor- | 1 the i on one the f i c e a Star nnd Star back n - s . M r s . be m e caretakers MRS. F. K. L E C K R O N E i n s t r u c t o r for health program RESPONSE 'EXCELLENT 125 Persons Take Part in Red Cross Health Program By MAUY MAHONEY Approximately 125 persons have been taking part health education program being conducted this summer the nursing service division of the Nueces County of the American Red Cross. Mrs. Anna Lee Taylor, director of nursing services, that response has been' "excellent" for the summer program of the department. - · " ' a coordinated teaching This program open, n t i n - is the first summer that was offered by the : nursing service, Mrs. Taylor pointed out. Heretofore, the staff had not been adequate enough to undertake sucli u project. The h e a l t h e d u c a t i o n p r o g r a m s will be completed at. t h e cud of this m o n t h . Mrs. Taylor said. Plans f o r t h e f a l l p r o g r a m , which e r noon, w a r d ed the lion program on Wednesday m o r n i n g s . This class number, Mrs. Leckrone said. However, each session of t h program is complete so t h a t need not attend e v e r y A four-week c h i l d - c for C a m p Fire Girls, ages of 11 and 14, has just completed. Tho students met Wednesday and Friday afternoons for instruction. The h e a l t h e d u c a c u r r e n t l y is t a u g Thursday morning in t h e white S shelter, 3644 Shell R o a d , on Thursday aftiii'iions. a Group w i l l be centered around the school's health program, are s t i l l incomplete. Mrs. Frances Leckrone, R. N., is i n s t r u c t o r i'or the s u m m e r p r o gram, which includes classes for teen-agers as. well as adults. On Mondays and Fridays Mrs. of ., du!(s a t t e n d s class session Lockronc has d i r e c t e d n home | . ] L c o m m u n i t y House, n u r s t n s class «l N a v a l A i r Station r o n e s a i d About a dozen usually S t a t i o n din-inn the m o r n i i i K S and on those afternoons she has t a u g h t ;i m o t h - er-infant care clas at NAS. About 10 persons completed the first course and 12 the latter, last week. A health education program for Negro girls is conducted nt the city shelter for Negro girls, 1608 Howard, on Tuesday mornings. About a dozen students are in the class,' which also is to be completed this month. Each Tuesday since the f i r s t of the year, Mrs. Leckrone has t a u g h t a n u r s i n g service 'class at the Robstown Labor Camp. This c o m m u n i t y service prosram is to end J u l y 29 and t h e c a m p is scheduled to close a b o u t Sept. 1. From 10 to 20 persons h a v e been a t t e n d i n g the sessions at t h e labor camp. A teen-age g r o u p at. C o m m u n i t y House a t t e n d s the health educa- n t t c n d . "The health education are entering the final phases instruction now and all will completed by the last of July," Mrs. Taylor announced. Mrs. Leckrone has been a leave of absence d u r i and she and her h u s b a Lt. Robert E. Leckrone, will relatives in Illinois and Ohio. The Leckrones have resided in Corpus Christi one year. nurse d u r i n g the recent

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  1. The Corpus Christi Caller-Times,
  2. 22 Jul 1947, Tue,
  3. Page 11

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