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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta n 'I? T II w it i S lories Are Denied Ibnterprise 1 o htin Aiuena i nosieis 'Al'i Allcfr should nol have upscl mi New Davis plaver but it did. I am EDMONTON (CP) The vices cl'licienlly, Ihc Rl'T tel made a number of government's request for Preston .Manning said a mini- [and "cost effectiveness" Ihe aip tennis players Brian Fail-He .lull' report to lire New Mjrta gov c r n m o n 1, has would IIHVC nicr.dations for calls for the provi- ber of already benefit achieved for each 'lol- Unnv Panm were guilty of Lawn Tennis Association iKHinccd plans to turn over proposals from int the development by private enterprise of have expressed interest in the spent. 'poor sportsmanship in Canada. While said the Canadian ecation of ho.stuls for Hie opera! ion of these s c r v i c c s for meals, clothing and operation of UK hostels. i Annual "ost of operating '.he wrc denial hv the manager of ers had nol ccme lo the nel i men in Edmonton and are employable or w h o assistance to 500 men Deadline for receipts of pro- ICdmonlnn h o s i c i has been the Zealand team. Kric shake bands until four ininulc to private enterprise. Government then chooses specialized Ireafment day in Edmonton and 200 a js A about that of opcrat- while, v.-lw ret urncd home after Hie end of Ihe main am The hostels currently arc op orated by the provincial soc a welfare department. The proposals and agrees the c o m p a n i e s nn con rac terms. The move to lurn kind. It also indicated that there appeared to be some jus- j for the complaints in Calgarv. ir.g (he Calgary hostel about Thursday. Kairlie bad net wailed. target dale 'for the turn-over Hr- tilc "The crowds were tremor, s Oct. wi" he evaluated on the The government's RFP asks dously partisan. They weren't! monton -hostel was the liostcls lo private government would pro- basis of experience, social .ml that budget submissions allot tennis fans and coiHinuoibly IMI'ltOI'KU VA.MI-; of a recent provincially the first major use of government in addition lo other financial responsibility, capabil- about 94 per cent for shelter, u-ckled Ihe New Xealandc s pointed judicial inquiry said companies terms for a year's re- ity, enterprise and initiative of food and accommodation, one which upset our players. Blind w o r m is a col imoi some of the hostel government said Hut proposals should bear in into ways of providing those replying; the quality of per cent for clothing, medical "Fail-lie was so incensed by name lor two groups of animal complained of maltreatment of Ihe proposals the judicial inquiry's re- job placement and i plan n i n g, soundness of ap- assistance, transportation and the crowd's attitude he would j which have small eyes and m le hands of suitable, the social on the Edmonton and counselling proach, evidence of basic un- other special needs, and five not serve a second ball urtil the i legs. They are not worms not Preston Manning, son of continue to operate the hostel residents. i derslanding of requircm c n t s, per cent for referral services. 1 crowd became quid. I know it are they blind. mcr Social Credit Premier C. Majming, is being asked judicial inquiry into the Social Credit government of Ihc Edmonton heac a management group ntinistering the turn-over to vate enterprise. Private companies the contracts for operation 1 the hostels will be paid by j t; government and will have 1 1 (f adhere to certain guidelines i down by the welfare i i j ment, the announcement said. Mr. Maiming and his operate M and M Systems i r i search Limited, a firm established after Ernest (AP) The Nigerian Red Cross is scheduled to i 1 J stepped down as Alberta relief operations in i [i 1 to be Biafra at Ihe end i __ f l __ __ f __ __ M and M Systems has but about veloped what it calls the are still living in quest For Proposal" economic despair in the j 1 f i i On the theory that private rebel f i terprise is better able than warn that the f t r t i ernment to provide certain pullback could imperil v of some t f i r 't 1 -r-i lived through or were T i 5 fc 1 l t s t r .former the 2'vij-year war of f j j i -x _ __ t _ j Man director of the Nigerian Christian Council, said the figure i T'o New persons in t J j 'J s r I three weeks "l 7 r 1 v i if SASKATOON has t t -v. '.v. ard E. Tennant has been and state 1 T> pointed head of the rehabilitation c o m m i j M yt ct" administration and are slated to take over r-'' f J I I ing in the college of Cross relief work, but ._, -r widespread doubt of at the university oi Saskatchewan in Saskatoon, effective July to do so. Although starvation no Dr. Tennant a native over the Ibo people Lethbridge, succeeds Professor F. H. Silversides who is to continue on the staff as an associate who joined the rebellion, many go hungry in villages anc towns around 6w.erri and Orlu, 240 miles southeast of Lagos. Thousands of children are hospital charges, which formerly were the responsibility of residents or were covered by Blue Cross, are now available through the Government's health service program, Blue Cross undernourished. offer at reduced rates coverage against the costs of the fol- rations will end when the Bed Cross services which are not covered by Medicare; f people arc out i in Ihe towns, and in tiie villages the main cassava D1FFSSEKTIAL CHAH6E8 s HOME NURSING still two months away, private and ssmi-privata hospital i crops have not yet been c CLlMlfiAL mmmm s CARE ff To accidental injury io natural teeth) (CP) The July 1st, 1970, every Albertan, regardless of age or MR. H. W. MATHESON Will be in Division of the Canadian Union of Public Employees will do all it can to support the can obtain Blue Cross protection on either a Group or Non-Group basis. workers in theii- dispute 1 Wl T federal government, HEARING AID Les Hewson of Red Stereo Room 2nd Floor THURSDAY, JUNE today. The government is going or married persons employed where a Blue Cross group is, or a.m. to to impose its six per cent wage guideline on the be established may obtain Blue Cross protection at the following Invites you lo an honest he monthly rates: l prdisnl of your hearing the government is in tliis case, all You won't in Canada, your eyes or ears and municipal you hear and The a much weakei By cannot, adhere to Make Your guidelines when j By Phoning 327-8551 Eaton's qualified companies are declaring dividends that are the in who cannot obtain Blue Cross membership on a Group basis i i MRS. DOROTHY obtain identical benefits at greatly reduced rates by FMJW Applying to and paying the required Blue Crass subscription 1 rates to the Alberta Health Care Insurance Commission (See Alberta Health Care Insurance Commission advertisement in i paper) or 6 miles north, 1 west and 1 north of TURIN, ALTA. (Wofch for signs) or 2 miles east and 1 mile south Applying directly to Blue Cross and by paying slightly higher subscription rates of; Ihe SUNDIAL WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24 1 QUARTERLY ANNUAL TERMS CASH NO Having received Instructions from Mrs. Dorothy Farley, 8 70 i will offer Hie following machinery and articles for sole by Public 60 M-H Mode! 36 15-ft. One-Way, like new; 10-ff. rales are payable on a quarterly, semi annual or annual Disc; Victory 1 2-fl. Blade, new Cockshutt Press Drill; National 40-ft. Sprayer; IHC 15-ft. swalher for Parts; 2 Cultivators, 8-ft. and 14-ft.; M-H The specialty reduced rates in (1) above are available j S.P. Swather, new canvases, new drive belt, new sickle to those residents who do not qualify for Group enrolment drive'chains; JD 10-ft. high wheel D.D. press drill; Harrows and Drawbar; Springtooth Harrow, antique; 10-ft. Rodweed-er on steel; MH 15-ft. pull-type swather. No. 6; 10-ft. only to those who make application and payments to. the Alberta Health Care Insurance Commission. Oneway and seeder attachment; 10-ft. Mayrath (t. oadcr, complete with motor; New steel bin on information on Alberta Blue Cross GROUP Coverage is available from firms or f i 1300 bus. HOUSEHOLD having 3 or more employees, and by whorti the applicant is employed. Beds; Table; 2-ft. Deepfreeze; Other Household Items on NON-GROUP Coverage; is available from Alberta Health Care Insurance, Numerous to Box 1360, Edmonton 15, A'berta, TRACTOR TRUCK ____ >jm _ __ Mdssey-Harris Model 55 Gas 1951 Dodge 3-Ton with 2-VVay Beet Box, 2 speed (No Massey-Harris Mode! 27 Combine, 1 4-ft table MISCELLANEOUS 500 gal. 'propane tank- gal water tanks- gal. storage tank, hose and noiz e; Wheel trailer, needs repair; Wheel Boat, motor and 2-wheeI trailer; Truck chains; Case motor and welder; Truck camper shell; Quantity used Paige Paint; Wheel borrow; Snow fence; Wrenches; Harness; 'Hydraulic ram; Small ALBERTS BLUE GROSS P1AN compressor; Moisture lesler Pump; Webster S sprayer; New wood Pns drill; Shovels; Forks, Many other articles too numerous to 1 Sale Conducted By Mammon and Oseen Auction Calgary TURIN, AUCTIONEERS DEAN OSEEN JERRY Ik. No. 61 1 lie. No. Plionn 739-2184 Phonr ENCHANT, AUA. TURIN, ;