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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Monday, December 13, 1971 ivmvt Women having abortions "ineed best care DUTCH SIDE OF CHRISTMAS St. Nicholas and his helper, Black Peter, paid a visit to the Christmas party held at fhe Rehabilitation Society of tethbrdige on Sunday. In the good tradition, out a gift. 5t. Nick admonishes before giving EDMONTON (CP) Women having abortions are entitled to the best possible care, even by nurses with strong convictions against aborlicn, the Alberta Association of Registered Nurses said Friday. The decision was reached tho close of a three-day policy I meeting. i Helen Sahin, executive sec- I reiaiy of the association, said delegates stressed "the respon- sibility 01 the nursing profes- sion to provide nursing care when it is needed." However, delegates agree that nurses have a right to with- draw from situations involving tbortions provided that ade- quate care is still available to the patient. The council decided it was then the individual nurse's re- tponsibilily to inform her em- ployer of her reluctance lo work in situations involving abortions so that a mutually suitable solution might be reached to en- sure necessary nursing care. Mrs. Sabin said in an inter- view that delegates also had agreed that family planning programs and public education could substantially reduce the incidence of abortion. However, abortion was recognized as a legitimate means of dealing with a critical situation in an unwanted pregnancy. Nurses have no part in the I decision that an abortion IK done, Mrs. Sabin said. They are only asked to provide and when a person comes for care they must provide it. The council also discussed a recent recommendation by Dr. j Raymond Fast of the Alberta Colleges Commission that regis- tered nurses in the province should be educated in commun- ity colleges rather than hospi- tals. They recommended the rccommeiHlation be distributed to those who would bo affected j and their reactions obtained. Mrs. Sabin said the associa- lion has been on record since i as supporting the principle. activities The Y would like to take this. opportunity to thank all those I people who supported the pro- grams and we hope to see you registered again in the New Year. Also we would like to especially thank all Ihc great leaders that helped us out ihesc i last few months. Something that everyone can look for in January is the ad- vertising centrefold in the Lelii- bridge Herald. This centrefold will be advertising all the up- coming programs of the As was already mentioned all classes have finished with the cxc c p t i o ;ii of synchronized swimming which will go until December 21. The Blue Tri- angles are still going and will finish after Christinas, the wock of the Please note, that the Lakeview Blue Tri- angles has been cancelled next' week UGth) and so has West- minster Blue Triangles Family YJThe Homemaker The Lethbrklpc Family Y is sponsoring a special Christmas program, beginning Dec. 24 and continuing throughout tho holi- day season. The V schedule is as follows: Dec. 2-4 building closes 12 noon, Dec. 25 building closed, i Dec. 26 Sunday program p.m.; Dec. 27 Sunday program: p.m.: Dec. 28-30 building open regular hours, j Dec. 31 building closes at 5 p.m.; Jan. 1 building clos- ed, Jan. 2 Sunday program. There will be additional fain-. ily swims available during Ih? holidays, beginning Dec. 28 through to the 30 with swim times 7-u p.m. and Jan. 3. 4, i and 7th from 7-JJ p.m. Special practices have arranger; for the competitive j gymnastics club and times are Dec. 9-10 a.m. and Jan. i 3-7th. 9-10 a.m. Duo to the need for resurfac-: ing the gymnasium and court floors these areas will be closed to use Dec. 23-27lh. BY ELIZABETH BARTMAN Basic kitchen tools arc mini- Only if yon are making large ei'ous. The only thing to do quantities of fruit juices do you when it cnmos to choosing them need an eleclric one. is to stait with what you feel Rolarv heater: one smooth. are necessary. Add others as heavy duty bearings. needs arise, and graduate Can-opener: a sturdy hand type or the band-opcrated wall type. Electric mixers, knives, beat- ers and ean-openors arc luxury iu.-ms. Thev are often useful to the luxurious when you kct book has supplied of your desires, flood qualify is essential. Here is a list. I'm well mvarc that you may see fit to add or not necessary so. OIVUt Strainers: one 1-cup size and 1 large enough to be used as a collander too. Mixing bowls, three. The 1- pint. 1-quarl and 3-quart sizes Knives are (he most frequent- P0ly0lhekine lv ascd item in the kitchen, vet I-eupnncl- frequently of poor for cup si7es in glass for liquids. One metal set of J graduated cups for dry ingredients is NEW HAGUK. (CP) When Darlcen Neudorf of Hague de-, cidcd to gel married, she re-: signed as Saskatchewan Dairy; Princess, a title she won last j summer. Regulations specify the princess must be single. Karon Fink of Vibank, runner-; up in the competition, was de- clared the new dairy princess. I be accurate Scales are almost indispens- able if you make jams, jellies and pickles, or enjoy interna- tional cookery. Spoons: wooden for mixing, 2 stainless steel, plain ami slot- ted for serving. Fork: one large two-pronged fork in .stainless steel. Spatulas: two rubber ones, a r.d neglect ed. Do not knives with poor quality steel blades, for they are a waste of money. Keep your knives sharp ajid slore them on the wall in a knives in a drawer are dam- aged by contact with other hard objects. Chef's knife, sometimes call- ed a general purpose or butch- er's knife has a curved blade. This type with a 10-inch blade is most useful for chopping. mincing and cutting. Carving knife: Best type is one with a .straight blade of 8-9 one or Uvo stainless steel in dit i T1.105 eilhw forent sizes plnm or cdSe- juicer: l.he rrampi- has j1 w-hicl, fits clirecllv over a b m h a lo catch the juice is preferred ,pla'n, scal Bread knife with a scalloped HIGH STYLE FOR MEN Papers, pipe, whatever-a fit into this man's case of Canadian leather from John Hort Handbags Limited. A selection for 1971, it is identified by the your shopping guide to excellence in Canadian fashion design and workmanship. Women's group urged lo light SASKATOON (CP) A women's Liberal parly group was urged Thursday lo fight for more important duties in the party than sandwich-mak- ing. Marie Gibcault of Quebec city, national president of the Women's Liberal Association, was calling for integration of women's political groups with male political groups at the executive level. "Intelligence was never de- termined by she told the annual meeting of the Saskat- chewan Women's Liberal As- sociation. "Women arc neither a mi- nority group nor a special-in- terest group. More women ac- tive in politics could have eliminated discrimination against their sex long ago." Mrs. Gibfault was a mem- ber of the study group formed to establish priorities for the implementation of recommen- dations in the report on the status of women. She said women should begin political careers by gaining experience in com- munity organizations. At the meeting Jean Hovey of Richlea was re elected presi- dent of the Saskatchewan Wo- men's Liberal Association. Elected vice presidents were Mrs. Tom Black of Re- gina, Mrs. S. J. Walker of Sas- katoon and Mrs. Grant Locke of Rosctown. Mrs. Wcldon Orr of Regina re-elected treasurer of the association and Ethel McNicol of Richlea, secretary. Vice president of the na- tional executive will be Betty Paulson of Wynyard. STORKS IN APARTMENTS TORONTO (CP) A pro- posed official plan amendment that would permit banks and trust companies to operate branch offices in Toronto apart- ment buildings was backed by city buildings and development committee recently. The change would also permit retail stores, dry cleaning distribution shops, hairdressing salons, recrea- tional, entertainment and ath- letic uses, when approved by city council by individual by- laws. SPRING FASHIONS FOR WOMEN? Fashion designer Scot! revealed his fashions for spring in New York yester- day. Two of the outfits unveiled are a black tuxedo with short jacket and pleated slacks; and dolman-sleeved sweater with high-bound waist and slacks. Dec. 13 JACKPOT 56 NOS. "20 ALARM BINGO" Gold Card Pay Double Door Cards (Many other extras) Regular Cards 25c or 5 for 13lh Si. and 6th Ave. 'A' N. No children under 16 allowed QUICK........ THRIFT........... BULK............ COIN-OPERATED DRY CLEANING PER LB. BY THE POUND Minimum per order LEE DUCK DRY CLEANERS 330 13th ST. N. PHONE 328-5333 edge is very useful even though most of our broad is bakers 1 sliced. Sundry equipment often use- ful: cutting hoards, apple coror, potato masher, soup Ir.rilc. egg or pancake- turner, rolling pin, flour sifter, funnels, meat grinder (too small a one 1 can be almost large salt and pepper shakers, eani.s- ters, vegetable peeler, graters. now the mayor "Commerce Growth Savings Certificates. I like to give a gift that would like to have for myself." MINNEDOSA, Man. (CP) The new mayor or west- central Manitoba town of 2.000 population .says it toucher to get votes 'from women than men. I "Some sooincd to think I should .stay home and look after I my family.'1 said .Joyce Steven- i son, a doctor's wife seven children aged 10 to years. I Mrs. Stevenson, a graduate nurse, had long been involved in loeal community affairs and decided it was "about time a woman's voice was heard as mayor." The was her first in four tries for office, after a Jflifl bid for the mayoralty and two at- k'inpts at the post of town coun- cillor. This time she ran because I lie incumbent. Hugh Stephen- son, was the only other candi- date for mayor. ''f felt the people should have a choice. I don't approve of ac- clamation. I would rather go down to defeat than have an election by acclamation." WON'T HK IW.-.SY Tho soft-spoken Mrs. Steven- son, a resident of Minnedosa for IJ! years, said she has no intention of "being authoritar- ian or niaternali.stic'' with the i council j Instead she wants to co-oper- i ate uith the other elect repre- sentatives one of whom is a w o in "as seven people working together." j Mrs. Stevenson said she feels that, as a housewife, she has i more time to devote to the dv.1ics of mayor than the aver- age businessmen would be able to give. "I can turn the. responsibil- ities over to the older children or my husband, I can pre-plan, I can get help witli the house- work." Before her election, the only outside aid had in running a bifj old fcur-bed- room house was a woman to clean once a week. a just don'l think onouqh nbout presents But !'vo always tried to qo! rjiftr, thnt I think nro nrjht. So offpn I Commerce Growlh Savings Certificates. It only rosts 81 For a certificate that wili grow to in sixycnrn. You can buy ns many as you wnni.ovon if you don't h.ivo on ncr.ount -it tho Commerce. Y -i Nl n t you want iind after rnonln receive too.CornnuMi.o Growlh Siivinqs mnke a good Chnr.tmar. present. They're easy lo get and pf oplo appreciate them.Thoy ra cnllnd tho gift thnt CANADIAN IMPERIAL BANK OF COMMERCE MA.MTOIIA MA YOU Joyce Stevenson, rcccnlly- clccted ni.iyor of crmlrn! .Manitoba toun of Minncdo.s.i, pondrrs ,n