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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, June 21, 1974 Herald Family Maternity ward adopts family-centered program BELLEVILLE, Ont (CP) Staff of the maternity ward at Belleville General Hospital have adopted a program of care de- signed to help a family establish stiong emotional ties from the moment of birth The program, started 18 months ago under the supervision of Dorothy Taylor, unit co-ordmator for the maternity ward, seeks to provide a learning environment for mothers and, more im- portant, the inclusion of fathers in the baby's first day of life." said Mrs Taylor The family-centred maternity program includes a range of health services Pre-natal classes for couples are part of the program While awaiting the birth of the baby the couple is allowed to stay together Immediately after birth, the father is allowed into the delivery room to hold the baby and see his wife Infants may remain with their mothers during the daytime while the mothers receive instruction from nurses on formula- making and other baby needs Follow-up visits irom public nealth nurses are made, once the child and mother return home Mrs Taylor and other members of staff attended seminars on the program at Women's College Hospital in Toronto where the program also has been established When instituting the program she found herself asking why- things had been done a certain way for years The answer which was common to most institutions was often "because that's the way we do it We decided that a few things were just she said 'With the old way and especially were not sure the baby was really theirs I Food bill Just watching all the girls go by Bert found that he had to take it easy when in town with his master, Glen Payne of 1703 6th Ave S., so he just sat down and took advantage of the interesting creatures on the sidewaiK. The heat being what it is, Bert took to a sport which comes naturally to him- 'bird' watching EATON'S You love to cook, but hate to clean. Buy this specially low priced Moffat continuous clean range exclusive to Eaton's now. 309 Only Color 10.00 extra No doubt about it cooking can be fun But oven-cleaning is always a drag So order this Moffat electric range (exclusive to Eaton s) now at our special low price. Every time you use the continuous clean oven you help it to stay clean It has a- catalytic enamelled finish that consumes most soil All you have to do is take a little care wipe up over-flows And you're home- free Use your handy Eaton Account credit terms are avail- able This 30" Moffat range has so many great features a rotis- sene for barbecued treats you'll all enjoy. And splatters don't matter Two lift out 8" and two 6 surface elements with infinite heat switch lights for elements, timed appliance outlet, oven pre-heat Broil pan with grid, slide-out drawer and full width fluorescent light Avocado or gold colors 319.99 Space-age cooking is here. Come see our Litton-Moffat microwave oven today. 679 99 Visit Eaton s today and discover the new, fast modern way to cook the microwave oven The cool, clean MtJe cooker that loves to travel Alt it needs is a three-way outlet Then you can cook a baVed potato m 4 minutes A meal 1oal in seven minuter A hot-dog 30 seconds A ham- burger m 90 seconds As it seals m the nutrients, food Keeps its natural flavour and color it saves electricity, defrosts foods. and browns them Now picture it going places with you on your cruiser, in your cabin, on the patio or right at home This microwave oven is about by 17 by 15' with digital clock Buy it now on your Eaton Account and save lime summer Appliances Second Floor Unjustified operations reported MOOSE JAW (CP) A report which reveals that a high number of unjustified hysterectomies have been performed in Saskatchewan provides no plan to take action against the doctors involved provincial health minister Walter Smishek said this week The report based on studies of hysterectomies performed in 1973 in two Moose Jaw hospitals and another in Saskatoon was prepared by a committee of the College of Physicians and Surgeons Mr Smishek. who initiated establishment of the committee in 1972. said he hoped the college would continue to keep the public informed about the issue so that public confidence in the medical practice would not be damaged Sister Mary Alma health administrator at the Providence Hospital said the number of hysterectomies is high but only a few are unjustified x StiU I climbing By JUDE CAMPBELL S Herald Staff Writer Lethbndge con- ji sumers may find S some consolation in the S fact that 32 of the 54 !j> food items surveyed by The Herald have ramamed static over A the past month But the overall food x bill has still taken a step 5 up the scale, with an extra 71 going :j towards the same purchases made in May Fresh fruits and j vegetables in particular, accounted i for the increase with a head of lettuce going from 33 cents last f month, to 43 cents this month celery going from 29 to 33 cents, a bag of carrots took a 20- cent increase to 85 cents and potatoes 6 continued to climb from 19 for a 15-pound bap to a new price of 35 Canned goods were again noted as taking a price hike, although most went up only two to four cents Also on the list of items which increased in price, were dish and laundry soap going from 63 to 71 cents and from 09 to S2 25 respectively Other sundry items remained S unchanged Of 10 meat items v' surveyed, five showed a price increase ranging I? from a slight four cents ff for brown n serve pork chops to 48 cents on three pounds of chuck roast Both wemers and g: roast leg of pork decreased in price, and S remaining steady were pot roast, beef liver and readv-to-eat ham Poultry and fish showed no price changes Other survey items which registered increases were a 15- ounce box of breakfast ceral which took a 10- cent increase and peanut butter which :j went up 30 cents since ft May Of the three items x which showed :-i: decreases, only one (coffee) was on special at the time of the survey Shop Eaton's tonight (Friday) until 9 and Saturday to Use Your Eaton Account.. Credit Terms Available. Buy tine 328-8811. win buern ongirrtl m 101M OKCW Club corner A reception will be held at St Augustine s Hall Tuesday following the 10 30 am citizenship ceremonies Guest speaker will be A W Shackleford with the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter IODE as hosts Southmmster Circle Square Dance Club will hold the monthlv summer dance at 8 30 p m Saturday in Southmmsler Kail Guest caller will be Beryl Mam of Colo All square dancers welcome Women are asked to bring a box lunch The Canadian Ukrainian Youth Association