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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, March 16, 1974 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD 9 WHERE IS HEIDt? 911 Where's Heidi? Mr. and Mrs. Roy Peterson of Seattle now spend their days with volunteer housewives looking for 4- year-old daughter Heidi, who was abducted from her front yard Feb. 21. The initial search turned up no sign of her and Hundreds of housewives began covering the city with posters carrying the picture and description of the girl. W.F. (BILL) EWING FARM AUCTION SALE 1 Mile North, 5 Miles East 1 Mile South of Carmangay, Alia. Cash In Full Day 01 Lunch Available Thursday, Mar. a.m. Having received from Mr. W.F. Bill Ewing, who re- duced fanning we will offer the following by public auction. The lilted below are merely a guide and in no way a warranty or guarantee to condition, size or age and are sub- ject to minor you may find them the day of the sale. Harris no 21 1 Massey Harris no. 26 for parts. Case diesel, dual hyd., PTO, pow- er steering, auxiliary fuel tank, good rubber, nice condition, Massey Ferguson diesel hyd.; Massey Harris gas. Western mod PTO, hyd recently overhauled. Dodge 500 3 ton V8, 5 speed trans 2 speed axle, steel gram box hoist eaze, road tanks, sp tire, 2 outlet pump to run orbital type motor, approx. miles on this unit. 1967 Fargo Vfe ton, V8, 4 speed, LWB; 1956 Mer- cury ton for parts, 1954 Dodge 1 ton; late 1930's D36 s- IHC 2 ton Antique; box stock racks; 1928-SF 46IHC 2 ton, antique. Several parts for antique 18 Dodge Bros -1927 Chev truck parts-1939-40 Chev Vz ton-1925-27 Ford truck parts Studebaker Lark V8, standard trans., 2 door, good rubber 21' Mayrath Bnggs engine; Arrow weed sprayer, 100 gal tank, 30' booms, 6-roller pump; Deere 12' press drill model LLA on rubber, seal bearing pans, fert. attach 7" spacing 20 run, Edwards Rod Weed- er, double row of shanks; 15' cultivator extension to 17' hyd.; Deere 12' no. 500 Rod Weeders on steel; Rod attach- ments for cultivator or blade; Allied dozer, new condition; dozer blade for no 102 MF loader or Davis loader; Massey Ferguson no 52 double disk pans, hyd John Deere no. 200 Rod Weeder. rake, 6 wheel, side delivery; Edwards Rod Weeder row of shanks, no. 133 baler good cond no 133 baler for parts; Harris no. 6 semi- mount T mower, Deere no 2-5' mower an- tique, dales back to 20's; Johnson blade; 8Vz' One-Way box; -14' 4 bottom plow; John Deere pony drill Van Brunt; sec- tion P O land packer, approx. 6 sections of dia- mond harrows; Sulkie rake, antique; Massey Harris disk; manure spreader; windmill tower head wood vanes. Quantity of antique wagon wheels. oat huller complete condensers; 6 hole hog feeder; calf creep feeder. Cattle feeders, hog troughs, panels, quantity of hog wire and barbed wire, quantity of pressure treated fence posts; quan- tity of lumber, 14" extensions for truck gram box; 14' stock racks: 12 HP Wisconsin gas engine, 7-8 HP Wis- consin gas engine; pump jack; wheel flat deck trailer, bale elevator, 32" stan- dard fanning mill HP electric motor, wheel barrow: !80 amp. Forney electric welder: in- strument: Petus Wright anvil; forge: threader, 6V electric fence charger; fuel pump: stretcher; selection of used tires. Quantity of bolts, electric motors, grease guns, chains, fencing tools, shovels, bars, some good farm tools. Quantity of scrap iron Truck chains 750 x 20, 900 x 20 duals. Sickle gnnder for Vi" drill Other articles too numerous" to mention. heater, laundry tubs stand burner McClary apartment size gas range: GE washer: electric fridge: 21" TV: of Youngstown sinks 9' x 12' rug. chair: 5 piece kitchen suite: 2 bunk beds: 1 single bed 2 double beds. to pnor sale. 18 head bred stock cows Good quality. A good percentage of these cows wjii be calved out by sale time. dehorners: grass seed. 4 bags of Nordan Crested, 1 bag Brome. gallon Never RoJ separator, gnnd stone. Brooder stove radio battery harness collars; dresser 1 square oak table, 1 pott belly heater approx 60 years old: Kitchen coal stove, antaque Other articles loo numerous Jo mention SALE CONDUCTED EGLAND AUCTIONS CARMANGAY, ALBERTA AUCTIONEERS ALLAN EOLAND DEAN OSEEN Uc. 010101 He. 0101M Phone Phone 7M-21S5 Alls Torin, Altix CU-ftK CASHlEftS HOWAftD DUNN Geoff PH. PK Oton Anderson M3-2229 Pigs to test why addicts become drunks Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA Two Carleton University psychologists are preparing to use a special breed of pigs (called to try and discover why a growing number of human heroin ad- dicts in North America who have successfully switched to methadone end up becoming alcoholics. With financial support from the Atkinson Charitable Foun- dation and the federal health department, Associate Professor of Psychology Dr. Peter Fried and graduate student Robert Young will first turn 16 "minipigs" into heroin and methadone addicts, starting Monday The animals started on heroin will be switched a few weeks later to methadone, to duplicate what is done widely in North America with human heroin addicts when they are switched to legal methadone, a substitute drug without the heroin "high All the pigs will then be on methadone treatment and will have available in their special pens at the health department's research laboratories different foods and drinks, including alcohol mixed with orange juice Eight of the pigs will also be subjected to stress a tape recording of stress cries of piglets, to see whether added stress might be the underlying cause of the former heroin ad- dicts turning to alcohol Dr Fried, who during the past year has been using the research minipigs in experiments on the effects of marijuana and alcohol, said yesterday that the animals seem to be an ideal model for human beings in these types of studies For one, the minipigs are one of the few types of experimental animals that will voluntarily drink alco- this case, in the form of "screwdrivers Dr Fried suggested that former heroin addicts now on methadone "maintenance" treatment might turn to alcohol to replace the "heroin high" which methadone does not provide Methadone does satisfy an addict's "narcotic hunger" and supposedly allows him to function normally in society He also suggested that methadone treatment might trigger some sort of psychological change in the former heroin addict, increasing the susceptabihty to problem drinking Or it might be a combination of causes There have been a growing number of reports in recent months in North America of addicts on methadone treatment becoming "alcoholics, he said. Methadone treatment is real- lively new, having started in B C in the late 1960s The experiments in Ottawa with the 200-pound adult "mm- ipegs" will take about 18 months. Retirement settlement for fired police chief MEDICINE HAT (CP) A retirement settlement has been reached between Sam Drader, 54-year-old former police chief, and the Medicine Hat Municipal Police Commission that fired him two weeks ago In an interview after the settlement was announced, Mr Drader said "in my opinion, I have been vindicated." He is staying in this southeastern Alberta city of for the present The settlement statement said "irreconcilable differences" led to the firing but that the commission wished it to be known "that Mr Drader's honesty and integrity are beyond reproach." The former chief declined comment on the differences which led to two members of his department making complaints to the commission in February about his handling of the 43-man force. He had been chief for seven years Before that, the native of Edmonton was chief of Gloucester, Ont near Ottawa, after serving 22 years in the RCMP, from which he retired in 1963 with the rank of sergeant No reason for the dismissal was given by the commission when the chief was fired Feb 28. This came two days after the Alberta Supreme Court stopped a closed-doors inquiry by the commission into Mr Drader's actions. After the settlement was reached, commission chairman Bob Reidy would not enlarge on the joint statement The statement said Mr Drader's termination of employment had been extended by one year to Feb 28. 1975, and that he would immediately proceed on pre- retirement leave of absence His annual salary was The acting chief, Inspector John Judge, is ill in hospital at Calgary COMING SALES EGLAND AUCTIONS THURSDAY, March 21st BILL EWING FARM SALE CARMANGAY TUESDAY, March 26th MARVIN DEBOER FARM SALE BARONS THURSDAY, March 28th ANDERSON BROS. FARM SALE CARMANGAY 36 HEAD OF STOCK COWS Moet mm here eehree at toot by time. Included 4 heed of Recorded V> Blood Um WEDNESDAY, April 3rd A. D. LYON ft SON FARM SALE DATE TO BE ANNOUNCED W. D. (BILL) QUINN JOHN DEERE PARTS SALE Location to bo announced WEDNESDAY, April 10th NORM TONNESON FARM SALE ENCHANT MONDAY, APRIL 15th ConugfMWfll Midrinery Auction Ssle SUNDIAL HALL YARD DEADLINE FOR LISTING, MARCH 25th Other safes now being listed. Dates etc. to be announced. LIST TOUR FARM SALE EMLT FOR CHOICE DATES C Ail. TOO AY ALAN EGLAND DEAN OSEEN Phone 843-2108 Phone 739-2185 Cormangajr Turin Uc. 010101 UC.0103M if someone says, don't get involved. Alberta children were removed from their parents' care as a result of child battering. And, that's only the half of it! Estimated cases of child battery in this province go as high as 400 a year. This means more than half the cases are not being reported How many battered children could have been helped if only someone had spoken up... a relative, doctor, teacher, babysitter or neighbour? And, for how many of these children is it now, too late? If you know of a child who is being abused report the case to authorities immediately. 24 hour emergency numbers are 424-3106 in Edmonton. For'persons living outside the Edmonton telephone exchange dial "0" and ask for, Toll Free ZENITH 22024. Pamphlets explaining Child Abuse are available from the Health Social Development office in your area or by calling the above numbers. RAISE A HAND TO HELP A CHILD HEALTH AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT tec ;