Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
26-THE LtTHMIDQI HERALD November 7MJ7I Hospital staffs get wage boost CALGARY of the Alberta hospital workers represented by the Canadian Union of Public Employees have agreed to salary contracts giving them raises over two years. The Southern Alberta Children's Hospital Royal Alexandra in Edmonton and two northern rural hospitals are still negotiating. A total of 35 other hospital PoWs TEL AVIV Israel holds Arab prisoners of including 643 captured since the start of the October an Israeli army spokesman reported Tuesday There are some 300 Israeli PoWs in Egypt and about 150 in the spokesman said nc 11 locals now have signed contracts that establish a minimum for the lowest-paid categories. The contracts call for month increases retroactive to April 1 of this 928 on Jan. and on July 1974. Three of the unsigned hospitals still are reviewing some pay categories while negotiators at the Royal Alex- andra continue to wrangle over the length of the work week. A chief demand of the Royal Alexandra workers has been a 7Vz-hour while the Calgary General Hospital's staff has settled for a hour day with 7V4 hours for supervisory staff. All other hospital employees work eight hours. The only other major change in the new contracts regards paid vacations Effec- tive next employees of one year tenure will get three weeks paid vacation and four weeks after 10 years. Crowsnest Pass air hunt ends Burns after rocket attack A South Vietnamese Air Force F5 fighter-bomber burns at Bien Hoa airbase Tuesday after an early morning Viet Cong rocket attack. The 15 miles northeast of was hit by 27 rockets destroying or damaging four planes. EDMONTON A search for a single-engine air- missing on a flight Oct. 13 from B.C to Ed- monton with two people on has says an armed forces spokesman. He said in an interview Tuesday the decision to end the search was made by national defence headquarters in Ottawa on the recommen- dation of the search super- Maj. Wilf Gammie. Maj. Gammie said the main probability search areas along the pilot's intended including the mountainous Crowsnest Pass have been covered several times during the 22-day search. The search's end coincided with recent storms which have covered the area with up to several feet of snow. Relatives of the William Dubois of and his Patricia Goodale of were in- formed Monday and Tuesday that the search would be dis- said Maj. Gammie. Although the formal search has civilian and military aircraft flying over the area will be advised to look for signs of the missing plane. The Edmonton spokesman said the search involved five to eight military airplanes as well as nine civilian airplanes. The armed forces' aircraft logged 765 flying cover- ing square miles. AUTO FIRMS TALK TOKYO Ford Motor Co. and Toyota Motor Co have quietly begun dis- cussions that could lead to broad co-operation in develop- ing auto manufacturing facilities' in Southeast Asia and other areas with growing markets for automobiles The dis- cussions between the big auto makers were apparently prompted by the growing trend of certain nations to de- mand that most of the parts in any car sold there must be made locally Fresh Bread Polly Ann White or Brown Sliced 20 oz. Net Wt. Loaf Ground Coffee Safeway All Purpose 11b. ea. each Peanut Butter Empress Homogenized 24 oz. Net Wt. ea. each Vegetables Bel Air Canada Fancy Frozen Whole Kernel Corn or Mixed Vegetables PRICES EFFECTIVE in Lethbridge Nov. 1973 TAKE HOME THESE HEARTY SAFEWAY'S YOUR BEST PLACE TO SAVE Lucerne Creamed Large or Small Curd M.F. Cottage Cheese Bath. Tissue Rolled Oats y. 6 roll W Cheezies -r BIG PORK SALE NOW BONELESS PORK LOIN Baby Carrots Fruit Drinks Delnor French Style with Almonds or frozen Green Beans w. Gaines Burgers Detergent ROAST Government Ib. More Pork Specials iPORK CHOPS .Ik. BONELESS BEEF CUTS Top or Bottom Round Stuk or TlVwvl WMHMi VIVW H UWPI IV WE RESERVE THE RIOHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES jBOSTONJUTT ________ JPORK STEAKS QQ' WIIJOJ ull MUM IHI IMWnMHHI HHMwwl I.OgWFJNERSftS .................Ik. I 1 .39 T FISH and CMPS iwJWwIB iSAUSAGES QQo BUDDIG MILS 69'