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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WMnttfey, March t4,1fn -THE1ITHMID0IHERALD -1� fWe must help ourselves? Rose Yellowfeet tells women EDMONTON (CP) - Native people must do things for themselves if they want to develop, the southern vice-president of the Voice of Alberta Native Women's Society said here. B.C. RNs support wider abortion law VANCOUVER (CP) - The Registered Nurses' Association of British Columbia said it supports liberalization of abortion legislation in Canada so that the final decision about abortion can be made between a woman and her doctor. The Association, in a position paper on abortion, also supports a nurse's right to abstain from participatng in the nursing care of patients seeking, having or recovering from a therapeutic abortion except in emergency cases. While the Association believes that the provision of competent nursing care for patients having therapeutic abortions is the responsibility of the nursing profession, it also recognizes that nurses, as individuals, hold certain moral, religious or ethical beliefs about abortion and may in good conscience be compelled to refuse involvement, says the paper. Health facilities, says the Association, should make plans for staffing with personnel willing and competent to care for The RNABC also urges federally supported research programs on contraception and dissemination of birth control information because it believes abortion should' not replace other methods of birth control. Rose Yellowfeet of Leth-bridge was addressing delegates to the first national conference of Native Women. "This is where we went wrong - not doing things for ourselves," she said. "Indian affairs and the 'Great White Fathers' have done everything for us. They have given us rations when they thought we were hungry, given us clothing; but just enough so we wouldn't complain. "And we sat there and never said anything. "We have to pull up our socks and start tearing to walk." As women, she said, the delegates should do something about poverty and should attempt to improve the education of native people. "The first step is to learn what we are, what we can do and then how to do it. "The importance of getting to know one another, as we are doing at this conference, is going to be our answer." The 160 Indian, Eskimo and Metis delegates to the four-day convention, which ends Thursday, advocated Monday that a national native women's organization is needed to solve many problems. They were expected to submit a formal resolution to this effect today. "All of us have common problems and by forming a national body we will have a greater voice in solving problems of native people," said one delegate. "We will make it a strong voice so that we, as women, will not get pushed around like we have in the past." A delegate from Nova Scotia said women could do much to change the Indian image. "It must begin at home with the mothers who need to instill pride in their children," she said. "Tell them to be proud of what they are." daiendar 0^\jCocal~J4a^ Original Pensioners and Senior Citizens Auxiliary Society will meet in gym 2 of the Civic Sports Centre Friday at 2 p.m. Following the meeting, bingo wil be played. Lunch to be served. Membership tickets available. A good attendance is requested. * * * Golden Mile Drop-In Centre will bold a bridge tournament Thursday at 1:30 p.m. sharp. Prizes. AH are welcome. *  * Regular meeting of Dominion Rebekah Lodge will be held in the Oddfellows Hall Thursday at 8 p.m. Mrs. Mary Roberts, District Deputy President will read her commission. Visitors welcome. ippeninejs Christian Science testimony meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. in church auditorium, 1203 4 Avenue South. You are invited. Forthcoming marriage Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Graham of Medicine Hat are pleased to announce the engagement of their second daughter, Susan Jane to Mr. Donald J. Mcdain, son of Mrs. Lyle Mcdain of Raymond. The wedding will take place June 5 in Medicine Hat. *v� Another incredible Special Purchase Suede and Leather Coats With Zip-Out Pile liner for Year-Round Comfort Our buyers have combed the fashion market to bring you this fantastic value. Choose the look that's as up-to-date as tomorrow with soft supple suedes and leathers. New season's styles and colours all at one incredible low price, Regularly $100.00 DOWNTOWN 320 6th ST. S. - COLLEGE MALL INTRODUCING... You Can Be Sure If Its ghouse! 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Breeze through a big 14-lb. wash and spin dry in half an hour or left. It's economical, with no plumbing or venting needed, and it's miserly with detergent and additives. Automatic recirculating lint filter. Three wash selections for "Gentle Wash" "Colors and Synthetics", "Whites and Regular". Timer can be set for washing times from 1 to 12 minutes. Extra-fast 3050 rpm - spin dryer dries any fabric ready to iron in less than 3 minutes. Capacity 7 lbs. Easy-rolling casters. Durable porcelain finish tub and aluminum spin basket. Operates on regular house current. WESTINGHOUSE FACTORY SERVICE NO MILEAGE CHARGES Anywhere in South Alberta or East Keotenays Ed Smith Mike Miskulin WESTINGHOUSE FACTORY SERVICE NO MILEAGE CHARGES Anywhere In South Alberta) or East Kootenays Gerard Platted Conrad Plettell Open Thursday and Friday Till 9 p.m. Closed All Day Monday 236 13th St. N., LETHBRIOGE - Phone 328-2235 COALDALE, Alberta - Phone 345-3272 ;