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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THI lETHKIDSS HERALD Saturday, May 30, WO HEALTHY NATION 'America is spending more tlmn a year for health. LONG AND COVERED 'Hie world's longest covered bridge is feet Jong and is in Hartland.'N.B. SRLE 'DUTCH AUCTION' OF USED TRAVEL TRAILERS Starts Monday, June 1st These Used Troilers Must Be Soldi During this sale we will reduce each of our stock of Used Trailers by .very Busincsi Day until they are lold! LOOK THEM OVER MAKE YOUR CHOICE PLACE YOUR BID Only one bid accepted on each daily price. All bids must be accompanied by deposit. All unsuccessful deposits will be refunded promptly. Sale starts Man., June 1st. Choose from these: I 16-FT. HOUDAY Fridge 1595.00 I 14-FT. ESTAVIUA Heater 1300.00 I I 16-FT. TEEPEE 7 Sleeper 1295.00 I 12-FT. Ill' WAFER 850.OOi 16-FT. HOLIDAY Brakes, Fridge 1595.00 13-FT. TEEPEE 995.00 I SCAMPER CAMPER Heal.r..... 1300.00 ALL ABOVE PRICES WILL BE REDUCED EACH BUSINESS DAY Starting Monday, June 1st, Until Sold! All Units Subject To Prior Sale DON'T MISS OUT! Place Your Bid Now! At TRAILER SALES BEE-JAY Your Travelaire and Triple-E Dealer Corner 4fh Street 3rd 5. Phone 328-7912 Open Weekdays 9 to 9, Saturday 9 to 6. JAPANESE DIET Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau uses chopsticks during dinner at Japanese res- taurant at Expo '70 fair grounds. At left is kimono-clad hostess. Gordon Sinclair Wins Neiv Award TORONTO (CP) The Asso- ciation of Canadian Television and Radio Artists announces here it has established the Gordon Sinclair Award to b given annually to those best re fleeting Mr. Sinclair's qualities First recipient of the award, a SHOE REPAIR Fast dependable service at reasonable prices Also repair and replace all types of zippers Repairs to all leather goods MIKE'S SHOE REPAIR 1021 3rd Ave. 5. (Nexl to Lefhbridgg Locker and Seafoods) Effective June 1st, 1970 The following firms announce new service charge rates for Television Service calls: BLACK and WHITE TELEVISION COLOR TELEVISION certificate by designer Allan Fleming, will be Mr. Sinclair himself a veteran broadcaster and writer. The presentation will take place June 3 at a luncheon on Mr. Sinclair's 70th birthday. Use Of Space Satellites To Tansmit News Urged AMSTERDAM (AP) Repre- sentatives of the world's press urged today that they be given more opportunity to use space satellites foe the international transmission of news. The recommendation came from the International Press Te- lecommunication Council, which represents more than newspapers and most of the world's principal news agencies, at its annual meeting here. Council members adopted a declaration favoring the alloca- tion of frequencies on space sat- ellites for the exclusive use of the press at reasonable rates. It said a better balance is needed between television and the press in the use of satellite facilities. IPTC suggested that interna- tional communications authori- ties allow the news media to op- erate their own ground recep- tion stations, if necessary, to achieve wider dissemination of news. International authorities also were urged to reduce rates for international t e 1 e p h o n t and telex calls made outside normal business hours. U.K. Govt. Bows To Pressure LONDON (Reuters) The government yielded to pressure from the British Medical Asso- ciation Thursday and announced it will bring forward the publi- cation of a controversial report on the salaries of doctors and dentists. But the decision was a com- promise and it was not immedi- ately clear whether the doctors would be sufficiently appeased to drop plans to disrupt the state-run health service. After a meeting with doctors' and dentists' representatives, Prime Minister Wilson said the report and the government's de- cision on it will be published next Thursday. Gems of Truth: PRESENTED WfEKLY BY VAN PELT CUSTOM INTERIORS LTD. LETHBRIDGE Am I a soldier of the Cross, A follower of the Lamb? And shall fear to own His cause, Or blush to speak His Name? Tlic council approved seven study papers on Uiese questions for presentation to the Interna- tional Consultative Council on Telecommunications next month in Montreal. Dr. Wolfgang Weynen, gen- eral manager of the West Ger- man news agency DPA was re- elected chairman for a year. Other officers elected: treas- urer, M. L. de Saint Pierre of the International Federation of Newspaper Publishers; senior vice-president, Alexander Noble, managing editor in Lon- don of the Argus South African newspapers; vice-presidents, Dr. Dollc Jolles, general mana- ger of the Dutch news agency ANP, W.S. Newton of the Beav- erbrook newspapers, London, and Richard C. Steel, publisher of the Worcester, Mass., Tele- gram and Gazette. The IPTC voted to meet again in Montreal in May, 1971, and in Hamburg the following year. "OPERATION LIFT" WORKSHOP MILK RIVER and BARONS Tuesday, June 2nd Milk River Elks Hall Wednesday, June 3rd Barons Community Hall Ailisting Will Be: Personnel P.F.A.A., Regina; Uthbridge D.A. office, and Elevator Agents in Milk River and Barons lo assist farmers with their applications under the Wheat Inventory Reduction Plan, All Farmers Welcome! ACE TV AND RADIO CO. ACME TELEVISION LTD. ACTIVE TELEVISION SERVICE BESTWAY TELEVISION APPLIANCES LTD. CLARKE'S TELEVISION SERVICE GALT HOME APPLIANCES HILDER'S TV SERVICE SIMPSONS SEARS TV SERVICE MODERN ELECTRONICS SMITH'S COLOR TV AND APPLIANCES LTD. TEL-RAY ELECTRONICS ALBERTA HEALTH CARE INSURANCE PLAN NOW- A Comprehensive Health Services INCREASED BENEFITS! REDUCED RATES FOR RESIDENTS WITH LOW INCOME! Irrwortsnt rsw benefits have been added to the Alberta Health Ctra Insurance Plan July rounding out ttio Services Program, by deluding kmind hospital mi optional services. The Plan now provides the following: MEDICAL SERVICES of Gonorel schedule rimiUluom of It HOSPITAL SERVICES payment of nospinl PODIATRY ta aeMntann Mb ippnwd Of fed OSTEOPATHY on the of then two urvicu now vfett family Hmft for OPTOMETRY refaction of tfta for tfM fitting of now one examination available In each benem period, CHIROPRACTIC on basis of for Mca Mtft Ml now per benefit period. ORAL SURGERY the Ran pays for spetffled Injury to or diseases of the jaw. tarvfcet Bmltod to OPTIONAL HEALTH SERVICES Alberta Blue Cross ftt iww ww Fnoft Cross ad Blue Cross non-group membership Is available f ntec through A.H.C.I.C. See the Alberta Bluo on ef this amnpapar for services BASIC HEALTH SERVICES AND INSURED HOSPITAL OPTIONAL HEALTH SERVICES (ALBERTA BLUE CROSS NON-GROUP) Annual Annual OpUocw Stivfctt Single 69.00 Ffmily ____ Rater, Single.. S24.00 Subsidized OnKonat Services Provincial Rates': Nff Nil Those persons vrKh no taxable Income or receiving federal Guaranteed Supplement Singh 6.00 income of not men than or receiving federal Guaranteed Income Supplement 4.50 18.00 TaflClbW IMOffifl Of IMC more than Of ftWcnl Taxable Income of not more thin Single 9.00 9.00 96.00 Taxable Income of not more than ___________ 18.09 receive other health services through the Department ef Social Development and need for Optional Health family registration, combine taxable Income of wife. NOTE: A benefit period Is from Jury 1st to Juno 30th of the Mlowlnf year. A pamphlet describing the changes to the Alberta Health Can Insurance nan to detail It BOW being dsBMNd to yoo. Watefc for R. Keep It for future reference. ALBERTA HEALTH CARE INSURANCE COMMISSION BOX 1360 EDMONTON, ALBERTA ;