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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta ,12 THE inHBRIDOE HERALD Stilurdciy, Junn 13, 1970 Calgary Police Prepare For Rock Festival O TALGAKY (CP) City po- lite arc nrqiaring for a rock music festival .Inly -1-5 which iTMck'ius in northwest Culgnry arc trying to stop from being at .McMahon Stailiiiin. Followiiy a nicotine. Deputy Police Chief I. Cilkcs said officers have been given absigiv- inenls to gather data so police will have "all possible informa- tion relating to the handling of the festival." a province-hop- ping affair thai has already run into problems with cancellation "Tliis is the first event of this kind of magnitude in Calgary, t so much of it will have lo lie j played by Deputy Chief I Gilkes said. "Unforeseen situations may I arise and we will be handling them to the best of our abil- ity." Spokesman for Uie Universit BERN (At1) The federal prosecutor's office, completing an investigation of neutral .Switzerland's largest arms seaiulal, amiouticed today .seven Unbeaten Team T o I e d o 's unbeaten football learn permitted an average gain by opposing teams of only 209.1 yards per game. persons have been charged in connection with the allegedly il- i legal export of worth i of" war materials to South. At- i rica. Israel. Nigeria and three j Arab countries. The announcement came al- i most 20 months after govern- i ment investigators began look- ing into sales by Oerlikon Buehrle A. I', of Aurich. Hie country's biggest weapons man- ufacturer. Switzerland has an tedera, justice exprcsscd opposition to included Dr. Dieter Guchrle, i [hc festivali claiming that the head of the family-owned com- mm volmg expected la offieial embargo yn anus ON ports to countries at war or official said the seven charged threatened by conflict. i. i i South Africa, previous nn- nouncenienis said, received tlic I bulk of the s hi p m e n t s, S12.30p.000 wortli of arms. Israel I received S4.-100.000 wortli, with Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon and Nigeria sharing the rest. I The equipment included air- to-air rockets, cannon and am- munition. pany and three executive offi- cers, director Gabriel Lchedin- s k y, vice-director Alexandre Gelbert and Max Meili. The names of the three others will be announced after a 10-day period in which they can submit objections on procedural mat- ters, the official said. attend will damage property. A RECORD If The largest halibut ever caughl measured a little more than nine feel long and weighed 625 pounds. INCREASED BENEFITS! REDUCED RATES FOR RESIDENTS WITH LOW INCOME! Important new benefits have been added to the Alberta Health Care Insurance Pran effective July 1st, rounding out the Health Services Program, by including insured hospital services and optional services. The Plan now provides the following: and Specialists at the s MEDICAL SERVICES of Genera! Practitioners approved schedule of fecSi HOSPITAL SERVICES payment of hospital standard ward accommodation sncl all necessary services (the patient will ba responsible for the admission OPTOMETRY refraction of the eyes for trie fitting of eyeglasses now one examination available In each benefit period. CHIROPRACTIC on basis of fof each visit per benefit period. family limit now PODIATRY in accordance with the approved scheduls of fees, a OSTEOPATHY on the basis of per visit family limit for these two services now per benefit period, t ORAL SURGERY the Plan pays for specified services fimited to injury to or diseases of the jaw. OPTIONAL HEALTH SERVICES Alberta Blue Cross NON-GROUP MEMBERSHIP is avail- able at new low rates through A.H.C.I.C. See the Alberta Blue Cross ad in this newspaper for services covered. BASIC HEALTH SERVICES AND INSURED HOSPITAL OPTIONAL HEALTH SERVICES (ALBERTA BLUE CROSS Basic Premium Annual 69.00 34.50 Nil Nil 6.00 32.00 48.00 _ 18.00 Services Premium Annual 6.00 Single .___ Suhsltfted Basic Premium __ Reduced Optional Services Premium 4.50 18.00 9.00 36.80 Provincial Social Assistance Recipients persons with no taxable income or receiving federal Guaranteed Incoma Supplement Single ________ _- __ _____ Taxshle income of not more than income of not more than or receiving federal Guaranteed Incoma Supplement Single _ Taxable income of not more than or receiving federal Guaranteed Incoma Provincial Social Assistance recipients wifl continuo to receive other health services through the Department of Social Development and need not apply for Optional Health Taxable Income of not more than family registration, Income of husband and NOTE: A benefit period is from July 1st to June 30th of the following year. A pamphlet describing the changes to the Alberta Health Care Insurance Plan in detail is now being delivered to you. it. Keep it for future reference. IF YOU HAVE MOT RECEIVED YOUR COPY OF THE PAMPHLET, 1 DETACH'AND MAIL THIS COUPON. "OPTING OUT" Residents object in principle to joining may elect to remain outside the Program. Application to opt out must ho made before July 1st, 1970, and renewed each year. In order to opt out residents must be registered the Commission, and premiums must be paid in full to June 30, 1970. Residents should be fully aware of the consequences of opting out. Those who do so will be personally responsible for the cost of basic health services and hospitaf services, for themselves and their families. Hospitalization costs may run as high as per clay. TO: ALBERTA HEALTH CARE INSURANCE COMMISSION BOX 1360, EDMONTON, ALBERTA. Please snmJ me the pamphlet describing in detail the Alberta Health Care insurance Plan. (PLEASE PRINT) Name Address ALBERTA HEALTH CARE IN TEENS' JUMPSUiTS Stretch nylon In 2 styles. Zipper front with regular collar and apache lie- Long lleeves. Navy, Lilac, Olive, Yellow. Sizes 10 to Hx. Reg. Woolco Price and 15.95 HALF PRICE Bonded orlon with short sleeves. Colors of Turquoise, Brown and Lime, Sizes 8 lo 14. Reg. Woolco Price 18.83. HALF PRICE LADIES7 2-PIECE SUITS I 100% acrylic double knit fabric. Completely washable. Mao collar with short sleeves, zip- per front. Lime, Pink, Blue. Sizes 8 to 16. rhree-quorter length Jackel with bell. Wondarin collar. Checks of Grey or Mauve. Sizes 10 to 14. 3eg. Woolco Price f49. HALF PRICE Reg. Woolco Price 19.83. HALF PRICE 2 styles. Long pointed collar. 5 button front with jumper effect. Long sleeves. Gold, Brown, Mauvs and Cherry. Sizci 10 to 14. 2-niece with three-quarter length jacket, 8 button front. Regular collar with con- trasting piping on collar and' around the pockets. Long sleeves. Red or Navy, Sizes 10 to 16. Reg. Wgolco Pries HALF PRICE 45% wool and 55% polyester. 2 styles- button front and V-neck pullover. Sleeve- ess top. Completely washable. Sizes 7 English suits. Long solids and and 8-14. 2-piece imported sleeves. Assorted checks. Sizes 7-13 to 15. Reg. Woolco Price 19.66. HALF PRICE Reg. Woolco Price and PRICE and moorled from E n g I a n d. 6 billion ffonl ncke! wiiii contrasting belt, long sleeves, tie or Navy. Sizes 10 lo 12. 3 ply jersey prints. Tailored collar, lo jieeves and self bell. Sites lo 20 Reg. Wooko Price HALF PRICE 35% nylon and 65% cotton. Quilled style with vinyl collar. Lime, Navy, Pink. Sizes 10 to 15. Reg. Woolco Pries HALF PRICE Imported from England. Short sleeve pu over top. Beige or Navy. Sizes 10 to 12. Reg. Wpolco Price HALF PRICE LADIES' KRINKLE VINYL MAXS COATS Wilh matching roin hat. 6 button front vinyl collar and 4 patch pockets Black or Brown. Sizei S lo 14. Reg. Wooleo Price HALF PRICE Reg. Woolco Price LADIES7 VINYL COATS VINYL JACKETS bullon front. Brown or Navy. Dry clean able. Sizei 9 to li. Reg. Woolco Pries 29.76. HAIF PRICE Mao collar. Antique brown only. Sizes 3 to Reg. Wocko Price 7.87. HALF PRICE TUESDAY 9 A.M. Sf'ECIAl (ONE HOUR ONLY) MONDAY 9 A.M. SPECIAL (ONE HOUR ONLY) LADIES' 2-PSECE Sleeveless shifts in gay Summer print S.M.L, and some Oversize. Reg. Woolco Price 2.63. HAIF PRICE Reg. Woolco Price 2.07. HALF PRICE Rea. Woolco Price 3.83. HALF PRICE Italian knits in .1 slyles. -Navy, Oroy, and Blue. Sizes 10 to 16. Reg. Woolco Price 34.33. HALF PRICE Just Sav 'CHARGE IT' mmmsaimm Open Daily V a.m. lo 6 p.m.: Wednesday a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday and Friday 1 n.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday S a.m. to o p.m Watch for ;