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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta AT OF DRESSES Goby's Fashions 14 Ct M Dhnno 5197 322 -13 St. N. Phone 327-5687 PARTY DRESSES Sizes 5 to 3 DAY SPECIAL Thurs. Fri. and Sat. PANT SUITS OFF 1 RACK OF SLACKS V3 OFF Come In and See Our Maternity Ward and our Imported Baby Wear RICK ERVIN photos Paintings on display Paintings by members of the Lethbridge Sketch Club are on display this week at Centre Village Mall for the club's Christ- mas show and sale. A total of 90 paintings were displayed at the opening. The display includes art done by beginners, in- termediate and advanced painters. Classes are held Monday through Thursday at the Bowman Arts Centre. The showing ends Saturday at p.m. Get in on the gold rush, Our Golden Touch. Every week more people who appreciate fine Canadian whisky are discovering it, and staying with it. Reason? A full, mellow taste. The unmistakable smoothness of a perfectly blended whisky. Join the gold what's fast becoming one of Alberta's favourite ryes. GoldenTouch. By Corby. Corby. Good taste in Canada since 1859 Thursday, DvcwtiMr 1174 THE LCTHBHIUUC IICNALD zs Crematorium next door changes life of family Women's centre provides only abortion facts SASKATOON counselling by the Saskatoon Women's Centre is confined to providing information about legal abortion services, spokeswoman Nadia Greschuk said this week. "There is no confusion between my personal position which is that abortion should be made available to all women and the law of the she said in a telephone interview. She was commenting on statements contained in a letter from Justice Minister Otto Lang warning Secretary of State Hugh Faulkner to be careful about granting funds to the centre. In a copy of the letter obtained by the Canadian Broad- casting Corp., Mr. Lang said the centre may be breaking the law by offering abortion advice. Ms. Greschuk said the centre doesn't counsel women on whether or not to get abortions. "We simply provide infor- mation." She said Mr. Lang was probably most upset because the centre also offers information about legal abortion services available in the United States Despite Mr. Lang's warning, the centre eventually received Ms. Greschuk said it also just received an LIP grant of for staff salaries. Mr. Lang's criticism may have helped the centre by bring- ing it to the attention of the public, she said. "It's the first time we got on the front page of the local newspaper." Abortion is only a small part of the services provided by the centre, said Ms. Greschuk. Staff also clip newspapers and feminist journals for a resource file, distribute birth control in- formation and give self help classes in women's health. Abortion information is only given to about one woman a week, she said. o J P, 'Barbara 'Jtrent TORONTO, December 5th Do you feel snowed under with last minute shopping? Then do look at the Bistel! Hand! Sweeper. Small enough to fit a Christ- mas stocking, it comes boxed ready to gift wrap. But it's not just cute it's a real worker. Its rotary brush flicks up ash tray spills, needles under the tree, dirt out of corners and other tight spots even grooms the pool table. No cord, no batteries makes the trouble Free Bissell Handi Sweeper a great 'person' gift for either a "him" or Costs about And for a free Home Carpet Care booklet, write Bittell, Ltd., Niagara Falls, Ont. MORE AND MORE CANADIANS arc serving ivines. A few help- ful hints: Champagne and all sparkling wines arc always served chilled. White or rose-tinted wines very cool or ice cold; shcrrict and madeiras cool. Red wines, sweeter red portt and all sweet wines at room temperature or slightly cooled. ELRANCHO HAIR STYLES (Located in El Rancho Motor Hotel) NOW OPEN LADIES' ind MEN'S HAIR STYLES Perm Specials TUES..WE6., THURS. FOR THE MONTH OF DECEMBER KAY MCLEAN Owner Operator PITTSBURGH (AP) The Carioto family has lived on Cemetery Lane for 18 years, across from a graveyard, next door to a funeral monument workshop, down the street from another headstone dealer and near a florist. But the Cariotos draw the line at the addition of a cre- matorium 25 feet from their kitchen window. "When Fred Donatelli ask- ed the zoning board for per- mission to build the cre- matorium, he said this neigh- borhood is geared for death and no one would ever no- said Delores Carioto. But she and her husband, Salvadore, disagreed and ap- pealed the zoning variance granted their next door neigh- bor, who also carves head- stones. Carioto told a zoning board hearing that the prospect of a crematorium next door had changed the lives of his fam- ily. "Ever since my wife started hearing rumors about the crematorium, it has changed her completely and it has affected our seven-year- old child." He says the crematorium will depreciate his property. Mrs. Carioto says she can only talk about it in "emotional terms." Her kitchen window faces the crematorium site. She says she is sometimes unable to complete the preparation of a meal. "Someone can say some- thing like, 'You burned the chicken' and I fall apart. The children's friends will say something like, 'What did you do with this meal, cremate and we push our plates away. I just can't take the jokes." Her young daughter's bed- room window faces the smokestack of the cremato- rium, and she said the child has been having nightmares. FRY FISH FAST Do not hold thawed frozen fish longer than a day before cooking. The best place to thaw fish is in the refrigerator. LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE Nov. 23rd Winner! 1st Bob Co vie LETHBRIDGE 2nd Joe Chenger LETHBRIDQE 3rd Jocko Tarnava LETHBRIDGE BINQO SCANDINAVIAN HALL 22912th St. 'C' N. FRIDAY, DECEMBER p.m. DOORS OPEN AT 7 P.M. NEW GAME IN 52 NUMBERS 5 CARDS FOR POT OF GOLD Singto Winner Pint 12 Ricclve GOLD CARDS PAY DOUBLE EACH DOOR PRIZES 36 FREE CARDS 5 DRAWS FOB NEXT WEEK Sorry No one under 16 years olage allowed The RANGE that WASHES dishes... Modern Maid's 30" wide Cook-'n-Clean Centre! IT'S AN OVEN a family size, smokeless broiling Perma-Clean Continuous Cleaning oven! A COOKTOP easy clean cooktop, with four lifetime guaranteed Perma Coil elements! AND A DISHWASHER! pushbutton flexability with random-loading, Hygienic Cycles and Rinse-n-hold for later washing! See Modem Maid perfect for remodelling, modem kitchens lifestyles Smith's COLOR TV APPLIANCES 236-13th St. N. Phone 328-5541 CAROLJONES Operator Phone 327-1904 MIKE MISKULIN McGRAW-EDISON OF CANADA LIMITED Simplicity Oivision 233 Pcnebusn Road CamDniage. Oncano. NSC SW2 ;