Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
20 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, April 20, 1974 Low morale in forces denied Tours-Tours-Tours SENIOR CITIZENS TOURS 5 V V NORTHWEST TERRITORY TOUR (Air EXPO 74 TOURS Departs July 16-Aug. 17 ........From ImimM RUSSIAN TOUR 1 1 1 fi75 Departs end of June...... From iXJtV PALMYRA PAGEANT TOUR ARfl00 Departs July Days......From TWW WRITE or PHL ME GOLDEN WEST TRAVEL SERVICE 10812-61 Ave., Edmonton, Alta. Phone 435-6307 Talking trash can Charles Hammad, left, a graduate student from Danbury, Conn., and Jeff Corey of Huntington, N.Y., show their talking trash can at C.W. Post College in Brookville, N.Y. When trash is put in the can, it talks by tape through the use of the electronic equipment behind it. The talking trash can delivers five different messages. For 3 Days Only! 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In Major Appliance Section EATON'S OTTAWA (CP) The im- pending retirement of two top naval ol'licers has nothing to do with rumors of discontent and low morale in the armed forces, defence spokesmen said Friday. They announced at the same time the coming appointment of a naval man to be vice chief ol the defence staff It will be the 1 i rst time since integration of the navy, army and air force in 1964 that a sailor has held the country's No 2 military post. The retiring officers are Rear-Admiral Richard Lear, 52. chief of maritime operations at defence headquarters in Ottawa, and Commodore Robert Cox, 49, chief of staff for logistics and administration at maritime command in Halifax. The new vice chief of the de- tence staft will be Rear-Admi- ral Robert Falls, 50. who has been in the naval forces 29 years He became deputy chiel of the delence staff last July and will take over his new job July 15. Confirmation of the Lear and Cox retirements came in the wake of East Coast reports that Admiral Lear had quit after a dispute with Gen. J A. Dextrase, chief of defence staff Commodore Cox was said to have opted for retirement rather than accept appointment as Admiral Lear's successor. A defence headquarters spokesman denied the reports. He said Admiral Lear, a native ol Penticton. B.C., is not leaving the service until November and then only tor personal reasons. He joined the navy 34 years ago. AT HOME IN EAST Commodore Cox. born in Victoria, was offered a new posting in Ottawa but preferred to retire later this and stay in Nova Scotia. He has been stationed in the Halifax area almost continuously since 1948. except tor two years at head- quarters in Ottawa. A persistent critic of condi- tions in the armed forces, especially the naval service, has been Michael Forrestall, Conservative member of Parliament for Dartmouth- Halifax East. He contends that -demoralization and disorganization are rampant because of government neglect. Admiral Falls, the new vice chief of defence staft, is a na- tive of Welland, Ont. He joined the air force in 1943 during the Second World War, transferring to the navy two years later. He is a former commander of the aircraft carrier Bonaventure and commander of the Canadian Atlantic flotilla, based at Halifax. He will be promoted vice-admiral when he takes over his new post. Admiral Falls will succeed Lt.-Gen. A. Chester Hull, 55, of Ottawa, who has been vice chief since May, 1972. Cheek On Alberta Blue Cross 1974 Did You Know That Blue Cross Pays 80% to 100% Of The Cost of Prescription Drugs According To Your Choice Of Coverage? Many people are surprised to learn that their Blue Cross Membership does more than provide hospital benefits. With your Group Membership, 80% to 100% reimbursement is provided on eligible drug expenses. What does "eligible expense" mean? It means drugs and medication obtained on the prescription of s physician and supplied by a licensed pharmacist. Charges for insulin are also reimbursable. SAVE ALL RECEIPTS FROM YOUR DRUG PURCHASES You will be asked to produce them to obtain reimbursement! More important facts you should know about Group Coveragee What Other Services Benefits Are Provided? Whether you have Single or'Family Class coverage you are eligible for other reimbursement in addition to hospital expenses Within certain specified limits, Blue Cross will reimburse you for these services where your costs have totalled more than 00 within one Benefit Year, that first S15 00 being deductible, or from the first dollar of expense according to the coverage you have through your Group Professional Ambulance Service This provides reimbursement for professional ambulance service to and from a hospital Where the service is provided withm the corporate limits of a city, benefits are limited to S15 00 per trip, and S30 00 for a period of disability Actual reimbursement limit is 00 per person per Benefit Year What Is Meant By The Term "Benefit A benefit Year is from July 1st of one year to June 30th of the year following Appliances Charges for the repair or replacement of artificial limbs (excepting Myoelectnc controlled prosthesis and braces of certain types, are all reimbursable, providing the appliances have been supplied or repaired on the written order of a physician Dental Care Repair or extraction (not replacement) of natural teeth damaged through accidental injury Reimbursement will cover the actual charges made by a qualified dentist providing repair or extraction is carried out within twelve months of accidental injury Clinical Psychologist Clinical Psychological services in the treatment of mental or emotional illness Reimbursement here is up to S20 00 for the first hour and 00 for each subsequent thirty minute period Maximum allowance is per Benefit Year under either Single or Family Class Coverage Home Nursing This involves charges made by a practical or Registered Nurse (not related to the Member) for care provided in the patient s home on the order of the attending physician Reimbursement is up to 00 in one Benefit Year under a Single or Family Class of Coverage Naturopathic Services Services provided by a Naturopath for a disability Reimbursement will be made of actual charges not exceeding 00 per visit Maximum of 00 in a Benefit Year under either a Single or Family Class of Coverage What Are The Rates For Group Membership? There are two different sets of rates applicable to Blue Cross Group Membership. 1. 00 Deductible Plan 20% Co-Insurance on Prescription drugs Single Class 65 monthly Family Class S3 30 monthly 2. No Deductible and no Co-Insurance on prescription drugs Single C'ass S3 40 Family Class 80 IF YO'j ARE 65 YEARS OF AGE OR MORE, you do not have to pay for Blue You are automatically covered under Non-Group Plan r, 25 YEARS SERVING ALBERTANS May We Help You? ALBERTA II you would like more information or application forms for Alberta Blue Cross Plan membership, complete and mail this coupon: Ail ir'a Blue- Cio-st Plan lOSih Sired EDMONTON Altiorta TSJ1K9 MacLeod Trail Mcnitninc F loot Chinook Centre CM GARY (lK9 Sdtes A Service Oll'CO "'0? "ii I Sireci South. LETHBRIDGE Alhcrta T 1J Please send me information application forms on Group Plan Non-Group Plan NAME OF TIRM_____ INDIVIDUAL S NAME ADDRESS_______ CITY______________ PHONE.