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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THE IC1H3CIDGE HERALD Wedneidoy, January 17, T973- Ministers expect big things from Lalonde OTTAWA (CPl Provincial he alih minis' ers probably are their briefcases with 'heir faces u-eek as they 'rvJid a joint federal- cror-rcia: Tr.eeiir.2 Friday on care financing. They'll expect Marc Lvilonde, the federal healih minister, in lakir.a a men? liberal atti- tuce icvsrd ar- rsi-seir.ena for health care in ihe Dro'.-lrces. rossibly even al- lo'-vir.i: them to set their own prioriues. The bluest province coni- pisin: haslwer. o'-'er shared-cost c. for and (Mrs insurance. For the provinces "vere of- fered SO per cent recovery from ire ieCvra) government, pro- vided ir-e provinces played by federal The Drovmees couldn't afford to pass up the 30 per cent, byt il also forced them to distort their orioriiies. for ex- ample. inore einpbasis to hospiral csre. However. ficEDcas re-ar- rangenects proposed in Novem- ber. 1971. bv fcrnier beaJib min- ister John airesdy had suggested Lre .might be ro detemine their om h health programs. VNOL1.D FL'ND Uader ihese proposals, che recerzi govermaerE vvuuld pro- a S640-irililcc rjnd which cculd he cividcd cmocg the provinces on a per-cspita basis for any they wasted to cover. 3Ir. Man? said JLUS thst optoneLr." senices, comrniinity health nursing-home csre ard ccher proerains all mi err be considered under these prcoQsals. In fact, the "ttuuld be encoiirEgai to stsr. that provide ir.wpecsive al- tercanves to the current high- cost anc secical serv- ices. AH 11 have spoken ou: srracgly in the last year about bealih cess." which have put Cicada in the forefront of spending on persccsl health care. soect more thsn S4.3 billion en personal health csre in zor nan. woiran and child. Based on a percentage of the gross naticTcal prwiudf Pattern Canada spent more on personal health care than any other country In the world. of this, the MUETCI proposals ted growth oi health care costs to a base year (1971- n) and limited additional years to controlled escalations. Richard Potter, Ontario minister, criticized the proposals pubUcailv last scying he did cot argue the underlying philosophy but questioned the feasibility of im- plementing them. Under the proposals. Ontario have to reduce the rate D: health from an 11.5-per-cent increase in 1972-73 to a 9.3-per-cmt iccrease by the end of the fire-year ''This is signiucanuy lower thsn we believe is possible." be challenged. In the last six months, how- ever, Ontario has made major changes is its health to reduce escalating health COSTS. For example. Mr. Potter amwunced that s mtmber of hospital beds would be closed. Other provinces have mace major changes as well, but mcei of these appear to be in fee with Mr. Micro's propos- Reds blamed for death SAIGON 'AP' National po- iire Tuesdav the asssssira- ton of the Cio Dai reigns Issder in was a Com- plot to esin control of tfce tTro-tiiillion-aeniber sect. A police spckefmaii said penoiE have been arrested in the borabing death cf Ngaren 65. a fonder gen- eral asd leader ci the Cao DsL Tnsnh. a vigorous acd-Com- ir.uciit. kiUed vhec a pias- dc tomb and gre- nades exploded earlv NOT. in Lie of his home in Tav Nmb, 55 miles cortfcwea o: tere. Sii ri licee arresed presented to a cevs cocierence in Saigon TL-esday to esplain tbsr role in the assassination. Ors or them. Neiryro Van Cia. said he ordered _by Viet Cong leaders la Tay Nioh to kill Thsnh because ri the re- lisiois leader's fajuwu anti- positron. Cao Dai adherents getserafly support the Saigon gorernnieDt. but sotce believe their loyalty might be questiiDG- sble if there were a ceasefire, particularly sisce tbe death of Thanh. The religion combines elements of Buddhism. Cocfu- srtd 19th cettury hu- nacism- Its fotto'strs are raiei- hr in the Tay region and in the northern Meting Delta. Pattern 7012 SAY Y tS to the smock dress: It's so easy :o rear as a sir.ocx or a dress. So easy to care for i in Dacron cotton, denim. giiE- i ham. Easy-sex. Printed Patiern 4609: NEW Misses' S. 10. 12. 14, 16, 13. Size 12 (bust .14 lakes yards fasrc. SEVENTY FIVE CENTS in coiM ''r.o please; for each 15 cenls for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Print plainlv SIZE, NAME. ADDRESS. STYLE NTMBER. Send ufdcr to A.VSE ADAMS, care of A.N'NE AD.-UIS, 60 Front St. W., Toronlo Prir.t plainly PATTERN NU1I- YOUR NAME AND AD- ar.d Iho of the Hcraid DO .NOT send it to Tic Herald, Knit this dandy trio in one or contrast colors for holiday tnps, school fashion investment I Jacket, vest, sunbius: pleat skin are easy to knit of spcrt yarn. Pattern 7012; sizes 2-1; .6-8: 10-12 incllded. i SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handlme to Alice Brooks, care of Print plainly PATTERN NUM- BER, NAME, ADDRESS. THE LETHDRIDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited V> Fran: Street West Toronlo 1, Ontario JANUARY 18th to 20th 7-PIECE DAVENPORT SET dsveispcrt i ma'ctiinf chair wild eipandjd vinyl uphol- stery is your choice of 5 shades. PIUS! HatcSmg walnot-fiiiisfi coffee table. 2 sisp tallies and 2 table lamps iitciudsd at no extra cast! 7-pce.set 5197. CUE TO THESE LOW SALE PRICES, A MODEMTI CHAftCE WILL K MADE FOR DELIVER! 2-PIECE LIVING ROOM SET Ids elegant sinpliii'y of nai styling in iliis iattca-tiKk sofa and natetfins chsir tnick "M- IH" fosi- cosftioas. Stain-resis'arit "Hsrcnic.1" in attrac- tive decor sludes of geld, brown, {1861, blU3....... DUE T6 FfiltES, A MODERATE CiUfiEE WILL BE MiOE FOR D; COLONIAL-STYLE BUNK BED SETS Ideal bed buy for the kids' room! Saves space... sa- ves you money too! Includes two top-quality coil spring mattress plus posture boards for all the healthy support your young ones need! Sturdy, solid- ly-built bedframe in a lustrous Colonial finish. SWIVEL ROCKERS Reg. S59.88 "CHARGE-IT Features fiigh. tac'f. spring ioiisr lion, cEiiercas 'osm-psdaifls 'cr dsep sEitsdconfcrtandrslaislioii. UpholstErsd insiicer-soll eipanded vinyl ia jaid. brew. o'iiErs. ALSO IN "mW 100C: UFHCl- STffiif StCHiRJ. DUS TO THESE LOW SALE PRICES, A i. MODERATE CHARGE WILL BE MADE FOR DELIVERY SPACE-SAVER SOFAS fa-a LI M'I. LJ LLJ. CAIM ...Satisfaction S COUnCy Guaranteed! Loctilod in Zol.'er1! Shopping Centre on Moyor Mggraih Drive. Open Daily 9 o.m. lo 6 p.m.; Thursday ond Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. Telephone 328-8171. ;