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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, May 93, 1970 - THI UTHMIDOI HIRAID - 2S Greene Rules Out Continental Energy Policy OTTAWA (CP) - Energy Minister J. J. Greene said Fri-j day Canada still is interested in selling surplus energy resources to the United States but ruled out ever becoming involved in a continental energy policy. The current U.S. approach to energy makes it appear as though it wants Canada to give it foreign aid, he said, rather than become involved in a mutually-beneficial trade arrangement. The minister said in an interview Canada is interested in ON THE TOWN - Canadian Prim* Minister Pierre Trudeau, left, takes a night off from official duties in Sydney, Australia, to enjoy sorpe dancing at a nightclub. His partner is identified at Bobo Faulkner.. Drug Crackdown Planned ST. ALBANS, Vt. (AP) - An intensified crackdown of drugs to the United States from Canada will be undertaken during the coming months by the U.S. customs service. Paul Brough, district director of the customs service here, said the effort is aimed at the flow of heroin, marijuana and other illegal and dangerous drugs into the U.S. The new effort, dubbed Operation Able, is similar in scope to Operation Intercept along the U.S.-Mexican border last year that tied up thousands of motor- ists returning to the U.S. from Mexico. The operation was aimed at marijuana and hashish smuggling. An advisory issued by the customs service office in Washington warns that tourists crossing the border "may be delayed" because of "more thorough baggage inspections" and other steps. The advisory also refers to inspection of all foreign mail parcels and said the new program is being initiated because "the United States faces grave danger from drug abuse." Italy's Strike Wave Subsides ROME (AP) - Italy's spring strike wave subsided slightly today, and labor leaders postponed the threat of a general strike until after the regional and local elections June 7. However, the three labor federations rejected the government's plan of social reform saying it was not specific enough. More than 1,000,000 government employees ended a strike a day ahead of schedule. About 40,000 top government bureaucrats also returned to work after being on strike since May 8. Railway employees went back to work in Northern Italy after a one-day strike, but a similar walkout in centra] and southern Italy stopped the trains there. selling anything of which it has a surplus. He said he has informed U.S. Interior Secretary Walter Hickel that it is useless to talk about the export of water to the U.S., because Canada still does not have an inventory of that resource. Even if an inventory proved Canada bad a surplus of water, sale would be difficult because Canada would have to consider its future needs, the potential success of anti-pollution measures, and take into account the past pattern where once an export market is served the tendency is that it continue to be served. STILL WANTS POLICY Mr. Hickel , who is scheduled to confer in Washington next week with Northern Development Minister Jean Chretien on various matters, told the Washington National Press club Thursday he still believes in a North American energy policy covering oil, gas, water and coal. He also termed "very nation- alistic" the speech Mr. Greene gave in Denver last week. Mr. Greene, in a policy switch, said he now opposes a continental energy policy. A continental energy policy as most people understand it, Mr. Greene said Friday, would involve serving of markets across boundaries in perpetuity strictly on the basis of who could pay the most. That, he said, would be an abnegation of sovereignty which would say ow resources are your resources. He said the U.S. has worsened the atmosphere for considera- Wonian Killed In Accident CALGARY (CP) - Janet Luft, 34, of Kathryn, Alta., was identified Friday as the woman killed Thursday in a two-car collision 30 miles northwest of the city. Six other persons, including four children, were injured in the crash, none seriously. tion of trade in resources by tightening import restrictions on Canadian oil. He said he hopes that President Nixon will reconsider the restrictions during the summer, when energy is less in demand. The minister said he does not feel the U.S. is trying to twist Canada's aim with the oil restrictions to force Canada to provide energy on a long-term basis, but ttjat is what the majority of Canadians think. Rap Brown Reported In Algeria WASHINGTON (AP) - The Evening Star says United States government sources report that Negro militant Hubert G. (Rap) Brown is in Algeria. Brown did not appear for trial May 4 in Ellicott City, Md., on charges of inciting to riot and arson that resulted from a speech he made in Cambridge, Md., in 1967. \ Meanwhile, the state department said it had no information from its office in Algeria to confirm that Brown is in that country. Brown was added to the Federal Bureau of Investigation list of the 10 most-wanted after he jumped $10,000 bond set for the May 4 trial. He was last seen March 7. Brown, 26, a former chairman of the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee, faces fines of up to $7,000 and up to seven years for jumping bond. Algeria is the present refuge of Eldridge Cleaver, former information minister of the Black Panther party. The country has no reciprocal extradition agreement with the U.S. More Troops Go To Ireland LONDON (AP) - Britain will move 750 more troops into Northern Ireland to guard against possible unrest during the national election campaign next month. The defence ministry says the injection of the crack Royal Marine Commando forces will bring military strength in trou- SUBWAY CONCRETE PRODUCTS CONCRETE PRODUCTS SEPTIC TANKS, etc. 138 North Mayer Magrath Dr. Prion* 328-2391 bled Ulster to about 6,500 men. The airlifts start early next month. Election day is Thursday, June 18. Northern Ireland Prime Minister James Chichester-Clark has already, expressed concern to the British government that the election could spark an explosion in underlying Protestant-Roman Catholic antagonism. Rev. Ian Paisley, the extremist Protestant evangelist, is expected to campaign for a seat in Parliament. There are fears that fiery oratory from him and his opponents could whip up mob tempers. Smitty's Pancake House Franchise Available Excellent location in Marathon Development in City of Lethbridge to be open about October, 1970. Cash required approximately $30,000. Capital investment returned in approximately four years. For further information please write or phone SMITTY'S PANCAKE HOUSES LTD. 709 8th Ave. S.W., CALGARY, Alberta. 263-5683 (403) ALBERTA HEALTH CARE INSURANCE PLAN INCREASED BENEFITS! REDUCED RATES FOR RESIDENTS WITH LOW INCOME! Important new benefits have been added to the Alberta Health Care Insurance Plan effective July 1st, rounding out the Health Services Program, by including insured hospital services and optional services. Tine Plan now provides the following: � MEDICAL SERVICES - of General Practitioners end Specialists at the approved schedule of fees. c HOSPITAL SERVICES - payment of hospital standard ward accommodation and all necessary services (the patient will be responsible for the $5.00 admission fee). r OPTOMETRY - refraction of the eyes for the fitting of eyeglasses - now one examination available in each benefit period. r CHIROPRACTIC - on basis of $6.00 for each visit - family limit $150 per benefit period. now  PODIATRY - in accordance with the approved schedule of fees.  OSTEOPATHY - on the basis of $5.00 per visit - family limit for these two services now $150 per benefit period.  ORAL SURGERY - the Plan pays for specified services - limited to injury to or diseases of the jaw. OPTIONAL HEALTH SERVICES - Alberta Blue Cross non-group membership is available at new low rates through A.H.C.I.C. See the Alberto Blue Cross ad on Page 19 of this newspaper for services covered. Premium Rat BASIC HEALTH SERVICES AND INSURED HOSPITAL SERVICES A.H.C.I.C. OPTIONAL HEALTH SERVICES (ALBERTA BLUE CROSS NON-GROUP) Quarterly Basic Premium Rates; Single .......................... $27.25 Family .......................... 34.50 Subsidized Basic Premium Rates: Provincial Social Assistance Recipients................... Nil Those persons with no taxable income or receiving federal Guaranteed Income Supplement Single............................ 6.00 Family .......................... 1? Taxable income of not more than $500.00 Single............................ 9.00 Taxable income of not more than $1,000.00 Family .......................... 18.00 Annual $ 69.00 138.00 Nil 24.00 48.00 36.00 72.00 Quarterly Optional Services Premium Rates: Single............................ % 6.00 Family .......................... 12.00 Reduced Optional Services Premium Rates: Taxable income of not more than $500.00 or receiving federal Guaranteed Income Supplement Single............................ 4.50 Annual $24.00 48.00 18.00 Taxable income of not more than $1,000.00 or receiving federal Guaranteed Income Supplement Family ............ 9.00 36.00 NOTE: Provincial Social Assistance recipients will continue to receive other health services through the Department of Social Development and need not apply for Optional Health Services. For family registration, combine taxable Income of husband and wii. NOTE: A benefit period is from Jury 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. Watch for ALBERTA HEALTH CARE INSURANCE COMMISSION BOX 1360  EDMONTON, ALBERTA ;