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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THE PLACE TO SHOP FOR A WINTER OF FUN. isaay, OCIODer 24, 1973 LETHDRIDGE HERALD 11 A) Leather-like 100% cotton coat with quilted rayon lining. Shaw collar converts Into a hood. Colorful embroidered trim. Gold tone only. Girls' sizes 7 to 14. b W B) Quality-plus snowmobile suit with Oxford nylon outer shell, polyester fiberfill and quilted nylon lining. 2-way front zip. Knit cuffs. Choice of navy, teal, red or brown. 3 to 6x. EACH Mock leather snow mitts with knitted elastic cuff and warm fleece lining. Black or Brown m sizes 4 to 7. PAIR C) Girls' sport jacket styled with pointed collar and front zipper closing. Pile trimmed collar sleeves and bottom. Made of combed cotton and nylon blend in Navy or Pale Purple. 7 to 14. EAChJ 2-way Balaclave Toque of 100% acrylic knit and colorful em- broidered pattern Assortment of 5 styles fitting 7 to 14. EACH D) Girls' pant and layered top set of 100% machine washable nylon knit. Pull- on pants with a partial printed top and con- trast collar. Choice of 3 colors. 2, 3, 4. SET E) Boys' pull-ons and sweater set in 100% washable nylon knit. Many styles to choose from. Red, or Sizes 2, 3, 3x. SET F) Infants' 2-pc. set of 100% acrylic knit m beautiful shades of Blue, Tan, Red, Pink and Mace. Long sleeve pullover enhanced with embroidered horse pattern. Button shoulder. 9, 12, 18 months. SET V B 1 v U. i, fln 100% cotton corduroy Girls' pants, styled with half-boxer waist, flare legs and front patch pockets. Choice of Red, Royal, Light Brown and Rust in sizes 2, 3, 3x. 1973 WINNERS OF THE Old Fashion Days BOUQUET of ROSES Mrs. Hazel Raemussen Dal Bonlta Mrs. Janet Ogden 728-14St.S.Lethbrldge Mrs. Mary Meldrum Open Dally 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. We reaerve the right to limit quantum COLLEGE SHOPPING MALL 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive DEPARTMENT STORES A DIVISION OF THE F.W. WOOLWORTH CO. LIMITED! IF YOU TAKE AWAY OUR LOW PRICES YOU'VE GOT A REGULAR DEPARTMENT STORE rone home This inquisitive kitty peers down Into the water of an aquarium in Montgomery, Ala. to see if anyone was at home. And there was a goldfish swimming behind the castle. Latest report said the kitty gave up and the fish are still swimming around. Gov't rapped on nurses9 pay increase stall By VICTOR MACKIE OTTAWA The federal government balking at paying a fair increase in wages for nurses working in its Veterans' Hospitals should not be so ready to raise the salaries of its senior deputy ministers to a year. This point was made in the Commons by Stanley Knowles North Centre) when the cabinet was peppered with questions from the opposition members over the pay com- plaints of the nurses working in Veterans' Hospitals. They are protesting bitterly that the salary increase awarded to them by arbitra- tion after a dispute with the government, is well below the salaries paid to nurses work- ing for provincial governments or in municipal hospitals. They want equal rates of pay to those received by the other nurses The question has been up in the Commons on three different days this week and last week Dan McKenzie South Centre) first raised it in the House. The issue was picked up in the Commons Monday by several other opposition members as newspapers carried reports of nurses staying away from work, reporting off sick Mr Knowles urged Privy Council President Allah MacEachen to take up with the Public Service staff Relations Board the possibili- ty of having the salary award reviewed He noted that there were reports that the cabinet was accepting a recommenda- tion that there be salary increases for senior deputy ministers raising their total pay to and a year, depending upon their rank The Winnipeg member said if the cabinet was prepared to be that generous with its top salaries employees it should be prepared to grant the modest requests of the nurses. Mr. MacEachen promised to discuss the matter with the chairman of the board. When the House began its Monday sitting Jack Marshall St George's- St. Barbe) tried unsuccessful- ly to have a motion passed on the question. He moved thai the pay differences between the nurses and treasury board be referred to the Commons committee on veterans af- fairs. But unanimous consent was not forthcoming when several Liberals shouted "no." Later Mr Marshall inform- ed the House that Dr K S Ritchie, assistant deputy minister for hospitals in the veterans affairs department had resigned He urged Veterans Affairs Minister Daniel J MacDonald to con- sider making an immediate appointment so that there would not be an interruption in the mechanics of treating veterans. Wet weather still stalling north harvest CALGARY ;