Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
18 THE LETHORIDGE MERAID Fridcry, Mtiy 5, 1977 EATON'S Sjfwk la 8B ill 1 M I JTA. JL JL V t i l t i i C t E C 1 r L 1 r e i i G i s I r a c r c t 1 i C r t t i ;1 1 n P s h a s 0 r a h a u ii d 0 P s A b P a S( k r. 4. fo 11 fo B m u. b in a vc !cl ir. ,cl m 1 1 vi El 0 CO nu in r' in pi i11 Dr 1 an clr 0 vo 111 c r 1 vl d EATON'S LIGHTS UP SATURDAY WITH EXCITING VALUES! PERSONAL SHOPPING Men's Sport sPecials By Townlino. Sizes: small, medium, largu E QQ and cxlro largu SPECIAL, Men's Wecir, Main Floor Men's Short Sleeve Sport Shirts Permanent press. 65% polyester, cotton. Two hrcasl Colours: blue, salmon, lilac Siies lo A QQ SPECIAL, ccch Men's Wear, Main Floor Boys' G.W.G. Pants Pernionen? press. Twc front con trash no potch pcc-kcls. Flaru lea styling. a polyester, 50 r a en! ion Colors: blue, nrcen, inn. Sizes 7 lo 12. A SPECIAL, occh" ___ Boys' Wcor, Main Floor Children's, Misses' bow duplh, 21" midship doplli, IB" Irmisn 11 n-l l.t-qhl. 3 seal... filiation. 5P5 lb. Ic-ad Bath OlIS 10 H.P. DOT raling. Weighl 100 Ibs. fift Golden 90! ball, oils in decorative decanter SPECIAL, each t 1 boxed and (or givinOi Jlj c, 'n assorted fragrances. 4 Sporlmg Lower Floor spEaM B closing cosmt-tic purse with matching kleencx hold. SPECIAL, cacli 1 1 V Sundries, lower Floor rt Cosmetic Bags 1 Assorted styles in this iolodion bul all sellinp at one r Floor low Price- 1 flH SPECfAL, ccr_f> I.UU Sundries, LtA'er Floor >ox of Health and Beauty Aids Taken right from our renular slock and specially Qn priced 1o clear. Included ore soaps, deodorants, shampoos, dresser sets, cosmelic baas, hair prepara-r Floor lions, toothpaste end mirrors. Cftw 7 CO SPECIAL, each WUp i0 f Lowe Tecomaster Plastic Hose _ n Dusting Powder Half inch diamolor hose wMh slmct brasn expanding couoii A dandy gift for Mother on doy. 5 oz, dusting powder complefe with genuine lam 50 SPECIAL 4.79 1 7V iiz, SPECIAL 6.29 ,00 5PEDA1 7.79 2ND Debut Garden lower Floor C !kin. pr Mon lha i will help soften wrinkles. A practic juggesfion. ?2 Ftuio1 or. size. 88c Specials look who? 88c will Cell VGStS S d L Fl place mots (set of 4.', plastic skirl Or Irouser waist lor bolter M Adult sizes Small, medium Hand and Body Lotion arid large. 4 rt A M SPECIAL each 1 Uifr Popular Desert Flower hand and body ot -Mlon, sp-ecially priced. Complete with har-Sporfing Goods, Lower Floor penser. 8 fluid oz. sire. 4 SPECIAL each bogs. SPECIAL, octli OUp Sundries, Lower Floor 3n by VpQ Patio Tables A novelty plastic hand table, dondy for use on pa io Floor or 'n room, as a snack, coffep C' TV lable. Also as a foolrcsl. 16" high, 16" A QQ deep. SPECIAL, each Sundries, Lower Floor Stainless Steel Flatware Set w W V Always ready comolimGnl your (able. 32-piece r Floor service for 8. Consist of 8 dinner forks, 8 3 leaipooni and 8 spoons. 4 Q QQ SPECIAL, 32-piece set 3.WW Chinaware, Second Floor h and Candy Specials White Heather Candy Imported from England. A delicious assort men! c" chocolate covered candy, individually QQ nylon wrapped. 2 lb. bog. SPECIAL 1 -O3 Brazil Nut Toffee Tray Floor JUE' arrivL-d from England. Fresh and 4 QQ delicious. Tj lb. Iroy. SPECIAL, each.... piny. Cushioned arch. Moulded rubber White with blua rorj s'ripes. Sizes 6 ID 3. SPECIAL pair Shoes, Main Floor Women's, Teens' Deck Lowe Mesh Play Pen Chrome plolcd lubulor slcel frnmc. Tubular steel Boxed BeOUty SOQp centre floor supper, Sfurdy masonite Aiding floor, Imporled beauty 5aap ollwdively boxed. luflex filled pad. Nylon mesh sides. Each side folds 3 ,ablet box 1 or logether. Sire 27" x pi Q7 SPECIAL, box ioned injolcs. Arch cushion support. Skid re is ran I rubber soles Colors: blue and while. Sizes A QQ 5 to 10. SPECIAL, pair ___ Shoes, Main Floor Men's Joggers Leather-like jogging shoes. Resists scuffs, wipe clc-on with a damp cloth. Padded longue, cushioned Reinforced loe tap. Moulded rubber While support, four black stripes. SiiCs 6 A jflQ to 12. SPECIAL, pair Shoes, Main Floor Deluxe Pup eccS U 1 -vf 1 Lowe Baby Needs, Lower Floor Dresser Sets Women's ShirtS 3-piece consisffng of matching mirror, bru Stretch nylon print Long sleeves, elastic cuffs Tail- SPECIAL, sel shirt collar with builon or Icce closing. Color--: Lowt grctn, beige and orange. QQ Si'es 9 lo 13 SPECIAL each Main Floor Women's Hair Brush Purse size in handy plaslic pouch. Chooec from or mefal brisllcs. SPECIAL, each Oddments Sunariva, Lewe TakDn righl from our regular slocV and priced For this sale. All well-known makers. Included in re- pel Ion 1 grey cotton tent cloth, Sewn in floor, zip-pcrcd door, rdl stnm Ccr-1-plele wifh poles, guy ropes end pegs. S-ie 5' x 7' x 3'. SPECIAL, each B O.OO Sporting Goods, Lower ore sweaters Ond assorted Electric Curling Iron Peppermint Patties or Patfercrisp LTua o'rn" in? Mo.h.r will be delighted rece.ve either ane. Al-q U 4 ft no 1 railed heat will curl m.nules. ways populrjr pcppermin, or paHercnsp aea. 6.39 10 f 9.99 ond. 7.95 6 750 Sportswear, Main Floor Sundries, lower Floor Lower Albert China Teaware Popular Royal Albert china pretty teaware you've dreamed of having since you were a little girl patterns that many of you are collecting already or would like to collect starting now prices that are EXTRA LOW! Need we say more? Check below for a complete listing of pieces available, as long as quantities Linen Values Polyester Fill color flannel backing non allcrgenic, Ughlweighl, warm. Colors: blue or gold. Twin bed liie, 60" x QC SPECIAL, coch 1 bed lize, 72" x 4 A QQ SPECIAl, eoch Chnnlilly Lavender Rose American Old Country SPECIAL SPECIAL Bsnuly Rcses SPECIAL Prinled all cotton. Prelty floral print. Colors; gold rvr blue. Softly napped, firmly wovs-n Twin bed me flal, 70" x Filled 39" x A AQ SPECIAL, ecch t'.'rJJ Double bed size flal, 80" x Filled A QQ 54" SPECIAL, coch 5 Piece Place Setting Tea Cup and Saucer Plate Actual Plate 7" Actual Plate 8Vi" Actual Plate Aciual Fruit Nappie Oatmeal (Cereal) Oval Open Veg. (Bakerj Round Open Veg. Boat and Stand Platter Oval 13" Actual Platter Oval 15" Actual Sugar and Cream Small Teapot Large Size Coffee Pot Large Size Cake Plate 9" Tray, Regal Small Tray, Sandwich Sweets, Assorted Shapes Salt and Pepper, Pair Mug, 9.S3 10.33 11.00 1.96 2.00 2.17 2.33 1.50 1.66 1.66 1.70 1.60 1.76 1.83 1.93 1.96 2.00 2.16 2.33 3.73 4.16 4.33 4.63 1.43 1.56 1.66 1.70 1.96 2.00 2.16 2.33 7.50 G.16 8.63 9.16 7.50 8.16 8.63 9.16 9.00 9.83 10.33 10.90 7.50 8.16 8.63 9.16 11.30 12.33 13.00 13.66 2.83 3.16 3.30 3.50 8.50 9.30 9.66 10.33 8.50 9.30 9.66 10.33 2.83 3.16 3.30 3.50 1.96 2.00 2.J6 2.33 4.16 4.50 4.76 5.00 1.50 1.66 1.70 1.83 2.63 2.83 3.06 3.16 1.96 2.00 2.17 2.33 Criinawara, Second Hall Sheets and Pillow Cases Elcnderf while orui Flol sheds siie b3" x 100" SPECIAL 3.98 Twin bed sue 72" x 100" '.SPECIAL 4.39 Double bed 81" x 100" SPTCIAl 4.78 Queen siie 90" x 112" SPECIAL 6.38 King size IDS" x 117" SPECIAL 7.98 Twin liie filled 39" x 71" SPECIAL fl.39 Double beil siio filled 51" x 75" SPECIAL 4.78 Queen bed liie 60" x 80" SPECIAL 6.38 King liie filled 78" x 60" SPECIAL bed liio 48" x 75" SPECIAL 4.78 Twin filled cxlro lontj 39" x 80" SPECIAL 4.78 Double filled cxlro long 54" x 00" SPECIAL 5.58 Quilted Table Toppers and Silencers Pratfall table finish, wipes flunn with damn clolh. Siie 52" x SPECIAl, each 4.39 Sim 52" x 72" SPECIAL, each R.5S Size 52" x 72" SPECIAL rach 5.19 Siie 52" x SPECIAL, endi 6.00 Siie 52" x .SPrCIAl, each 7.95 52" x 90" SPECIAL, cnch 7.15 50" round, SPECIAL, each 4.75 Household Lrnoiu, Second Shop EATON'S Tonight Until 9 and Saturday 9 to P.M. Use Your Eaton Budget Charge Doctors versus govt. VICTORIA (CP) British Columbia doctors appear to be heading for a crunch In their prolonged battle with the pro- i vincial government for a re- I vised medical care fee schedule. When a similar confrontation occurred in 1S70, the fee-tor- service doctors defused the situ- ation by declaring ft one-year moratorium on rate increases. The moratorium expired Jan. I, 1972, Now, after more than year of off-and-on negotiations with the Social Credit administra- tion, the province's physi- cians seem riolcrmined to force the issue. But their chances of squeezing rate increases from a cost-conscious government seem remote. Some doctors are calling for demonstration of "doctor power" while others speak of opting out ol the provincial medical care plan or compro- mising with a system of "bal- ance billing." Since B.C. first joined the fed- eral medical insurance system 196fl, (he doctors have had one tho rates they charge lor various services. REJECT OFFEH Earlier this year they re- jected a government offer cf a 10-per-cjit over-all increase In medical care costs and initiated a fee schedule averaging per cent above 1570 medical care rates. The medical services commission, which administers the B.C. medical care plan, con- tinued lo pay doctors 90 per cent or the fees listed in the B.C. Medical Association's 1970 fee schedule. In April, the UMClatioo re- vised January's billing schedule clown to fi.5 per cent lo conform to (he provincial government's wage increase guideline for pub- lic service employees. The government announced Tuesday that it rejected tlus re- vised fee rate and said it would make a counter offer shortly. Premier Yv. A. C. Bennett told the doctors last year they should freeze the fee rales until inflation is licked." It would appear the doctors have one of three choices: to accept the situation, adopt a system of balance billing or opt out of the medical care plan. Dr. Donald Shorting, a Victo- ria general practitioner, said In an interview the doctors will have no alternative but to bal- ance bills, a system he has been using. Under this system, Dr. Short- ing bills patients directly for the difference between 90 per cent of the 1970 tee schedule and 90 per cent of the proposed 1972 schedule. Under the Medical Services Act, a doctor who undertakes balance billing must first notify patients he intends to charge above the medical care plan schedule, and they must ac- knowledge and agree to the ar- rangement. The extra billing amounts to 45 cents for an office visit, ?2.70 for a home visit, for caro throughout maternity, and SB for most operations. BIG HAMMER One big public relations ham- mer the B.C. government has used during fee negotiations has been publication by the B.C. medical commission of lha ''blue book" showing medical care payments for the fiscal year to doctors and medical clinics. The figures for the year end- ng March 31, 1971, the latest ivailable, show thai doclors, clinics, hospitals and similar groups were paid a total of J128 million, nbout 13 per cent more han ilie S113 million of the pre- ious year. Some doctors are shown making gross earnings or I he year of nearly i The figures don't lake into ac-, :ount a pos5iblc increase in the; lumber of doclors in the prov- me, increases in nurses' ics. cv -'ie rising cost of equip-1 nenl mid other medical sup- ilics. (Jiin-loling air passenger jailed CAI.GARY (CP) )aykln, 37, who tried to board i plane in Calgary with gun n d knife, was sentenced T h u r s d a y to one year inv irisnnmcnl for possession of in offensive weapon. Dclence counsel told provin- "lal court Daykin was planning o fly to Vancouver with tlia vonpons lo search for a drug nishcr who tad induced his 1.1- 'car-okl daughter to use the iR JIIM. lie was arrested April 26 hllc trying to board Air Can- idn Flight mi.