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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 IHl LtlHaSIDGl HIXAID Solucdoy. March 28, 1970 Provinces Play Medicare Game Different Ways CHANGES NAME fOR A TITLE Deane Rucker Jr. pronounces his new name to hii bride-to-be, Ihe lormer Princess Jane Irby ObelensVy. Me wenl lo court to have his name changed lo Baron Anlon Johann von Ruekfrang. They are scheduled lo be married shortly at the swank Everglades Club in Palm Beach, Fla. lly TDK CANADIAN I ing under or a single per- sons S30C Of Hie provinces which charge premiums, Manitoba has the cents a month for a single person. 51.10 a family. A single person in B.C. pays ?5. a ccnp'e S10. a family with assistance to those whose incomes arc less than Alberta's fees arc for a sin- gle person, SIO a family. Saskat chewau charges ?1 (cr a single i Every province plays the otlical iiLiut'ance game a dil- rent way. Pity Ihe Canadian who moves cm' one province to another, usl when he's figured out how inch to pay in premiums and hcther Icolh fillings are cov- ed under his plan, he is con- routed Mith a now set ol rules. Allltough all Canadian prov- :ces agreed in principle lo ledical care in s u r a n c e chemes. three still have not' oined the federal plan. Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick ar.d Quebec remain jutside Ihe socialized medicine old. P.E.I. is scheduled lo join he national plan Dee. 1 willi Brunswick and Quebec fol- cming in January. Quebec is "oiisiJering a special tax of .3 cenl of an individual's pay person and for a family. When medical insurance lirsl came to Saskatchewan, eight years ago, so many people took advantage ol the plan by mak- ing fiwiuenl calls on doctors lhal the government charging a utilization began lee of SI.50 for each visit to a doctor ami tor each doctor's house call. If you live in Saskatchewan and become ill in another prov- ince, the Saskatchewan govern- ment will pay only what a Sas- katchewan doctor would have chaiged. This is (rue ol all provinces, as provincial medical associations set individual fee schedules. CMAllfiB 10 t'Kll CtAT In Alberla and Nova Scotia, Ih? province pays 100 per cent of llv: fee In N c foundland and D.C., doctors have agreed to accept 9 per to have a guaran- teed syslem of payment. Doc- tcrs in Manitoba anil Saskatche- DUNLOP FORD APPOINTMENT Sought For Hijackers Of Airlines MO.NTRKAL Tlie ic-yonil a minimum low-income legal cuininillce ol Ilio Imcrna- Icvol lo finance its plan. Newfoundland and Xova Sco- lia are the only livo provinces ivhich do not charge monthly premiums. Ontario's for a single person. 511.80 for a cou- ple and 5M.75 for a the highest in (he country. The provincial how- ever, does help pay premiums for a family with an income of less than a couple mak- Dispute Flares Again OTTAWA (CP1 A Qiirbec- ittawa dispute involving hssic issues ol federalism and fiscal jo'icy advanced a slcp larthcr ,ith the publication Friday of in exchange of letters huUveen u DOMINIONAIRES MESSENGERS CHOIRS GROUPS tional Civil Aviation Organiza- tion has recommended pro- posals lo [ill uhal it says are ;aps in international law affect- ing Iv'jackcrs and lo increase he dollar liability of airlines lo >assengers. A draft treaty released al a news conference contains provi sions on the prosecution nnd 'severe punishment" of hijack- ers aril calls for greater co-op- eration in extraditing hijackers. The legal committee also sug- gested in a separate document Lhat airlines Ixj liable up to for injuiy or death to passengers. Such liability would even in- clude so-called acts of God, and represent an increase from the Slti.WX) (U.S.) agreed to in 1935 by the 110-menmcr 1CAO. The ICAO, rin agency o! the Uniled Nations, is a technical group through wlu'cli govern- ments co-operate ui establisliing standards aixl procedures for the safety, economic efficiency and piogrlss of civil aviation. Under provisions of the draft treaty, Hie slate in which an of- fender lands would lie obliged lo .dciain him, pending a decision Quebec Finance Minister Mario I cn prosecution, or ex- leaulicu and his federal co'.in-' crpart Edgar Benson. The dispute involves Quebec's clairn that Ottawa should rebate o the provincial government Ibe federul govern-1 ment will have collecled I'y 111 I mid-1970 from the province ,1JI .hroagh a Uvo-pcr-ccnl income i lrvSi CALGARY (CP1 Canadian in his letter, dated Feb. ?6, Gridcil Ltd. h.-.d a net loss Mr. Beaulieii said the 5213.789 or right cents a shar cent tax was an anti-innalion-' m 19CO compared with a prdi of SG15.933 or 25 cents a shar in 1MB. tradile him to the country i "an urgent need" lo punish M- terc the aucrati is registered.' jackcrs mil to facilitate exlradi- Dr. ParrJo-Tovar of Columbia, ition- j chairman of Ihe legal commit-' Since iCAO is z civil organi-i lee, told reporters the Ircaly Is zalion, the Ireafy doss nol apply j van accept 85 per cent. I Medical lias bwn a pol- But in Ontario, doctors bill itical ho', potato since it began he patient (or the 10 ccnls en in Kortli America in Siskat- ?ach dollar that the Ontario I'Vym. health Services Insurance Plan falls shorl of the fee schedule. In Newfoundland, Ihe scheme lays only a general practition- ers' Ice; the difference lor a ipecialist comes out of the pa licnl's pocket. Care uf the eyes and leelh comes under some provincial plans and nol others. In New- foundland, optical work is not covered. Ontario pays lor opti- cal treatment and for denial surgery but nol lor a denial checkup or a cavity filling. Manitoba, Saskalclicuan, Al- berta and Brillsh Columbia pay optometrists' fees. Alberta and British Columbia also pay for chiropractors, osteopallis, and podiatrisls. of b.isic importance. He said it provides UK dnmcnlal obligation" cf ICAO mcmlXT-governmenls lo estab- lish "severe penalties" and (o 'to aircraft used for military, "fun_; customs or polii A said ICAO does anlieipale any difficulties wilh Cuba, a niombfr, to where. lv-ost hijacked planes are. taken scl up rules ol jurisdiction. The draft Ircatv savs lli.'rc The treatv be iubmillcd jCiulci1 Out Boy Killed On Farm .Gridoil Firm PAUL VAN RUN FARM AUCTION SALE 2 miles soulli and 3V? miles east of COALDALE, ALBERTA SATURDAY, APPJL 11-11 a.m. TERMS CASH with telllement in full before removcil from ihe premisei. Htivliuj Vcceived irniruclions from Mr. Paul Van Rijn 11 rclrring from farming due lo ill heallh, we will offer for sole ih? following ilcrm subject lo additions, tfclelions or errors as you muy find them at the sale, TRACTORS }-195i IHC Super M. Excellent -Modtl 570 Cotkihuir SUndurrJ. S-jp'jr A ro-ft croo vrilh bert rullivolor. DLIMU 70 TOM crop 3 poinr hitch. COMBINE AND SWATHER -Money Harrii Super 27 self propelled. -Ccne 900. lixt- condition. Caic 17 it st.If prcpsllc-d or.d Kay 1RUCK5 1954 Dodat 3 Ion bscl tjot. 1964 OiEvrok-l '.-Ion V-3 rrolor. IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT 'it-f- CaTlincnlnl, propane or natural goi purrpirg loEl ytar. 50 40 10 Icnoih', 10 1 Nciifeldl pc HAYING EQUIPMENT i-Cotc 210 rro hik. 'ii'-s 1-mC %idc foVo. MACHINERY 1-11.h. land potVci; 1-Colo i -la.-ici livelier; 1 Drc'c 3 tunovr plow; Fcrgjson 12 ll. plow; 10 setlioni diamond 1-lilC 10.fl. doublt disc. l-16-ll. Hal deck; hcr.l drill; 1 weed sprayer, iOp IliVc; ntv, 1 Rabco hcfl loader; 12 Ir. Spun' drill; I fnr.- e.-.ti w ih. grapple hoy fork and SALE CONDUCTED BY UAixJDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COAIDALE, AlBERTA hy ol Mo-Jlri" For furllicr Phone 345-3534, or The Owner AUCTIONEERS IES HANDtEY RODGER HANOVEY tic. Mo. 757 tic. No. 711 ary measure designed to over- come tlie government outlay for medical insurance. "But Ilicrc really was no in- flation in Quebec in 1W3." Mr. neaidieu stated. Thus, "tlie im- posilion ol sucli a large addi- tional lax, additional services, a mistake in wn, having regard to Quebec's eco- nomic situation.'1 PADDED SUItPLUS Since Quebec decided nol lo jiarlicipate in the medical care program in 1MB, thereby failinR lo receive the federal sliarc oi axprndilnrc, the province ivas in effect supplementing the fed- eral budget surplus. Tne draining ol Uiis Inx ivell-, spring left Ibe province mill no resources to tax for itself, Mr. Bcaulieu said. V i n a n c c Minister Benson's reply, dated March 26, joined [he strictly economic question with a fundamental of federal- ism under Prime Minister Tni- rieau: (lie need lor a clear rela- tionship between spending anrl taxing powers at Ihe federal and provincial levels, and the specific need of n visible federal presence in Quebec. Mr. Benson llic as- i scrfioa that Quebec suffered no inflation in 1K9. lie Domin- j ion Bureau of Statistics' data show Ihe cost of living in Mon- treal rose 3.2 per cent frorn February to February 1370. He said annual transfer pay- mcnls the federal government has made to Quebec to combat blow groivth and unemployment, by Mill be and will have risen M7 per cent in five years. President S. C. Nickel said i Ihe snr.ual report that Ihe los resulted when Ihe CalRa based company down sccord mortgage bclds on an office building I a ncminnl value cf The stc was taken when managemen decided thai if the compan was forced lo foreclose on th four-pcr-cent mortgage in 197 economic value of the buiM ing would be insufficient lo rea a substantial portion of th mortgage receivable. Deforc the write down, Can dian tlridoil hsrl a net incoin of gross income of NEW YORK (AP) The Co MR. LYNDON D. FOSTER Mr. DoL'g I. Dunlop, President of DL-ntop Ford Sales lid., to anno-jnce the appoinl- lo a 1-16 diplomatic confer- umbia Broadcasting S y s I c in i cncc ICAO _______ _ traordirary 15-day session to, UK Merv Griffin (elevision show slart June 1C _ ___ aviation security. I shirt resembling a United Slates and n more than capable lo In the document Cn 1 provide iKe people at Uthbr'idge which recks an amendmenl to; -Nelwork President Robert I 1-1U UlUlULIlitLll: LUt.let- I UIIIUUI J J I v; 111 i alThe Hague for approval, blanked out Yipjiic leader D' Gen' 0 lias also called an ex-1 Ilcffman dm-ing an inlcrvicw on hoi hod 'rilay session to, UK Merv Griffin lelevision show ]2 in all in'Montreal niphl because he wore a phases of ihe ouiomoiivc Indus- ond dinrici with odvici THORSBY fCP) Daniel Convention of ssid Hoffman's image-on all ihclr auiomobile or dward Marion, 1G. of Thorsby j the legal commillec describes was blanked cut "because of the reouiiam..nn. as shol and killed on his recommendation as a of violation of law as irents' farin. j rule." to disrespect and desecration of riCMP said llic yo-.ith was i The rule would make the car- j tlie flag, and lo avoid affronting anding rear an implement! ricr "absolutely liable" regard- our led wtiile his brctlicr, Gary-, of wliclher the carrier is al 7, was hunting snarrows. fault. Hut Ihe cxcepticn is liabil- The elder brother appeared ity lo a person, or his heirs, who i Welrskiwin ccurl on a j canrcs ii.jury. barge of manslaughter and i The [ircnssal will be for- nun, one of lire Chicago Seven, remanded lo April 3 I warded to ICAO's 27-member! prcbably was nol told he would Tharsby is abcut 30 miles poverning ccuncil for possible j be blaricd out during (lie tele- OUlrnveft ol Edmontcn. I draftirg as an agreement. I east. requiicnicnls. Lyndon joined our soles stall as a salesman and rccenlly Wai promoted lo used vehicle sales Griffin remained visible dur- -monogcr. His obiliiy ing Ihe lape interview and the has earned Sim ihis r.ew op- audio portion was untouched. A network spokesman said Ibff-1 vilh 4 new 1 a married man i and is a mem- ber of the Idhbric'ge Ellcl Club. USE Several European cilics con- vert trash into energy through smokeless incinerators whose fires iced the boilers of electric generating plants. DUNLOP FORD APPOINTMENT Itoosl Mclem Town I'KAC'K HIVBTl (CI1) "Voliralarv" parking mclers helper! keep Ihis 3no miles nortliwcsl a! Kilmon'on in the black last year. Motorists put nvincy in Ihe ir.clfT.s vihicb consist of a slot- ted niclal conlaincr on a pole. There is nip attempt In keep (rack 'jf Ihe time n motorist is parknl. [GARTH) IAHSOH i Mr. Oojg. 1. Our.fcp, Presidcrit ol Dun'cp Ford Sales IM. is pleased lo announce ihe appoinl- :ment of P. G. [Gorlht lorson 'i 3s Manager. Garlh has I been with Dunlop Ford since 113 incrjpl.on in 1964. He is highly qualified for Ihis posilion having (spent Ihe pail 1 <1 years in all Ro-Neet sugar beets, grow free Your sugar Qrovv Irco rr.os! grasses and broad'.oaf weeds. Free tram their competition lor soil plant nulncnls and room Frcclrom Iho gio-.vtti slress cause yourbeels- Ro-Meet you much o( arid expense o! eaiiy, lepc-a'ecJ cullivahons v.'hcnyou're trying to a gosd, hcailhy sland... avoid mechanical damage In gro' tools and ioliage. no-Meet control makes Ihir.ninp and blocking easier... eliminates mos! hand weed ng, helps Ih'nmng smorjiniy. This season, use Ro-Nccl. ..go! your sugar beols oil to a good oMil. Ro-Neet conlro's rr.osl o( Iho lou-gi.Cbiv.-eads trial riD'd bnckyour crop, nuch ar, nigltisharto anrl II 01 redraot pigweed, lambsquailers, crabfjrassand manyolhcfs. Ro-Neet is easy lo handle perfectly your beet production programme. Mix Ihe soil as you prepare your lield lor seeding or inject Flo-Meet liquid into the soil al planl-.nrj. Ground moislu.'cslarls the conlro'.ling aclion. Most susceptible grasses and never come up soine may emetrje and tuenaie. Mixed in me soil, Ro-Nnei is piolocled by evaporation and rain rinntl. Good or Ro-Necl rJces its job. Used asdirecled. there's nol enough lell after harvest to interfere your next crop Frecyomsel! from much ol ihewoikand '.vorry... bigger yieldr, of more prolilable sugar beets Ro-Mool protcclion. SRC your local no'.v'or Ro-Noct. For best results, use Ro-Ncol corroclly by 'abe! directions Slauffer Chemical Company ol Canada, Ltd., Montreal. Distributed by: Chipman Chemicals Limited Montreal, Hamillon, Winnipeg Ro-ffeet from The cnnntil'i ,'innna] ipKrjs-.-s cf ihu o-jioncbilc indus- mcelini; was Inlrl Peace Iliver i4 graduate ol ihe Ford had a of IWolcr Co.Tpoiy InsMule in Son Ihe nnj ,hfs In Ihc lop 10 o( the Bna' lin-can on a slick'1 meters anw.inlul to Club Honor Rod. MAJOR CONVKHSHIN is nn ordenl golfer onj a men-hrr of ihe Hcndcrifln Golf Cfyb. Having Ihrcc ol l-is own ht rs very otllvo in tl-.c IlCSC.'irdir-rs hope lo convert iCu-bs ond Seoul! orqonizalionj. ''Garlh Orel his wife Merva hove ih.rir home in lelliliridtj? number of years. ivood chips, vines. hay mouv I anrl rjlher cclluiojc waste into 'or protein lor food. i m_ CANADIAN SUGAR FACTORIES LTD. PICTURE BUTTE TABER RAYMOND COALDALE BOW ISLAND VAUXHAU CO-OP SOUTHERN ALBERTA CO-OP ASSOCIATION LTD. HEAD OFFICE 1221 2ND AVENUC SOUTH LETHBRIOGE ;