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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, 16, 1971 THI IfTHBRIDOf HERAID 1J Speaker sees need for care centres CALGARY (CPI -Hay .Speaker, former health and so- cial development minister, says there is a need for private day care centres although they re- quire constant monitoring as lo which erupted when 13 children were removed from an unltcon- ced centre southwest of the cily limits Monday. The children, from seven weeks to two years old, were taken by three social workers had -Notley Abandon search for Canadian HAMILTON, Bermuda (CP) _ A United States Navy air ieareh of the Atlantic for a I AHHITKAHY DECISION Mr. Speaker said in a news release it was an arbitrary de- cision which showed "no prior consultation or discussion with either clay care officials or par- a bureau- "It appears to be cratic approach which places MEDICINE HAT (CP) Grant Notley, provincial New Democratic Party leader, says the whole spectrum of Alberta politics has changed with Ihe defeat of Social Credit and the next provincial election will he a contest between the NDP and the Progresses Conservalhcs "The Social Credit party is in the same position as the Union Nationale in Quebec a party whose time has run its he said here. In eight years the Social Credit party would he merely a footnote in history books car plates returned to its New Jersey base Thursday. It spent Wednesday searching the waters around Bermuda without locating the craft, or Glenn Platt, 51. He has been overdue since Nov. 5. mining Tumnlo i HlSsT-M SMSSSSSE for Onlari. i ho waters around and certainly doesn t mtdsu licence beginning in A spokesman for the office of Charles JlacNanghlon, Irans- portaticn and communications Only makeup man knows! HOLLYWOOD Pax. the white German shepherd -which serves as a guide clog to James Franciscus in Longstrcct, is three years old, weighs 86 pounds, and has a "double" for certain scenes. Dog No. 2 is six months younger, friskier, and patiently permits make Uf to be applied 'o his nose ir order to "pass" as Pax Even their Ires! friends can't tell th-jir; apart. LU1L1 LLI l.rtllll.y up to the expectations of the type of government the people of Alberta elected into office what is required is more and better day care facilities and not the arbitrary closing out of existing homes." CAKE INADEQUATE Mrs Leeferink now is look- ing after three of the children which is legal for a person not having a provincial day care licence. A spokesman for the south Calgary office of the Social de- velopment department, which initiated the action, said the children weren't receiving ade- quate care at the centre. Social workers also went to the centre to obtain a list of the children, which they say, Mrs. Leeferink refused to provide. buy a vinyl 00000.00 KITCHENS, WASHCARS, DINERS, OFFICES, BUNKHOUSES, WELLSITES Contact Soles Department Afco (Western) Ltd. 5115 Crowchild Trail CALGARY 242-1101 pay rales continue to rise motorists sticker. It is expected the metal, treated with certain anti-corro- sive materials, will last up to five years before the plates need replacing. Quebec, Brit s h Columbia, Newfoundland, Manitoba, Nova Scotia and many stales in the United Slates already have the multi-year plates. The spokesman said the new i plates, being produced in Ihe province's reformatories, have i a white background and blue i with three letters of the alphabet at the beginning and three numbers at the end. OTTAWA (CPi I pay rates will likely continue climbing unless new controls are devised, suggests a federal study made public here. This would mean a significant increase in the billions Canadi- ans spend annually tor hc-ahh care. Salaries and wages last year represented 70 per ecnt of all hospital costs which themselves were nearly 04 cents of the per- sonal health-care dollar. The study by the de- partment found that pay of non-supervisory hospital work- climbed an average IB per, cent between 1X2 and liffil. 'Ihe surge likely continued into with prospects for another up- swing being felt OILS year. The study says hospital pay; rates should be 'expected to rise at least as much as the con- sumer price index, which now is mounting again after a brief stable period. KA1SKS E.VI'HN UP But ii might be more rtahsiic] to expect a rise greater lhan the index, says Ihe because from 1962 to 13G9 up to 3' per i cent of the increases for nurses were offset by higher prices and j another 30 per cent by higher i taxes. This meant that nurse.-, real- ized only about 35 per cent j more personal disposable in-1 come. Experts say the findings have great significance for control of hospital costs. To offset further wage and salary rises, hospital j authorities would have lo lake such steps as changing Ihe number and type of personnel and making better use of per- sonnel to produce greater effi- ciency and greater productiv- 'The employees have consider- able mobility and growing union strength lo combat efforts lo hold down their wage and sal- ary scales. A further pressure on hospital costs is a slow hut steady re- duction in hour of the average! work week, says the study. The numbers of employees must in- i crease to provide the same number of hours of service. MORK TOP NL'RSr.S Some other observations on Ihe period: of graduate super- visory nurses tended to increase at a "faster rate than registered general duty nurses. gains in pay tended to be greater for women than for male hospital workers. in hospital pay rates in percentage terms ex- ceeded the increase in all other industries except logging. pay for dietary anil housekeeping and maintenance and service personnel were among the highest if not the highest in the service industries, j iMorc deaths by alcohol savs Cantor EDMONTON 'CP) The number of fatalities in which alcohol lias Iwcn involved is ris- inR. says Dr. M. M. Cantor, Alberta's provincial coroner. Dr. Cantor said this was one of the reasons he called for an inquest into the deaths of five persons in a car-truck collision in Edmonton Aug. 11. A coroner's jury decided im- proper use of alcohol and "negli- gent" operalion of a motor vehicle the accident. The jury said Peter Zaroslak, 65, was'negligent in the opera- lion of a motor vehicle, thereby causing the deaths of himself and four oilier persons. ASPHALT F PAVING TOLLESTRUP Construction Co. Ltd. SAND and GRAVEL PHONE 328-2702 327-3610 SWEDES AID CUBA PARIS (AP) Sweden is pul- ling up S2.2 million for a train- ing institute in industrial elec- tronics in Cuba, the UN Educa- tional, Scientific and Cultural Organization announced Wednesday. Initial goal for the institute is to train about technicians and skilled workers. HOTLINE In a moment of artis prompted by the season's first an unidentified Minneapolis sculptor in a telephone booth. With warmer cast, Ihe snowman is on the hotline. ,tic exubc sizeable put this tempera pos- snowfall, snowman ures fore- Exempt RCMP TORONTO (CPi Top-secret smoke qualifies for an exemp- tion from Toronto's anli-pollu- tion laws. City council has agreed not to object to Royal Canadian Mounted Police plans lo burn discarded classified files in an incinerator in the new 1 downtown RCMP headquarters iiii inu-rontal will for southwestern Ontario. A cily Housing for retarded Corp- for construction of hous- ing for mentally retarded per- sons have been announced by the Central Mortgage and Hous- ing Corp. Peace River. EXHIBITION and SALE of ORIGINAL OIL PAINTINGS selected by BARTHA ART STUDIOS of Calgory PROMOTING CANADIAN ART Now on display at tha COLLEGE MALL SIMPSONS-SEARS Ladies' Fashion Dresses Regular Catalogue Price 814.98 lo 82L9U NOW ONLY GOLDEN You give it all you've got, Molson Golden gives you all ths good, smooth taste you deserve. It's the beer everyone enjoys. So get together... for a Mofeon Golden, cac. For the budgct-minded girl, on amazing assorlmenl of dresses you will certainly find one lo suit your taste and at this price, you can't afford to miss out. The gioup includes dresses of fortrcli, rayon crepes, lurcx, acrylics and bonded knits, all in a good range of junior pctiles; misses'; half sizes and maternity dresses. Dresses not as illustrated. I are on Sale This only So shop early lo avoid disappointment! you've earned it! STORE HOURS: Open Doily 9 a.m. lo p.m. Thursday nntl Fiitlny 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. Centre Village. Telephone 328-9231 ;