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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, September 26, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD _ DBS EsliniiiLcs For Six MontJi Period Slight Increase Shown In Cash Receipts From Farm Operations OTTAWA (CP) Total cash rcceipls from Canadian [arm operations increased slifililly in the first halt of 1870 compared with the first six months of 19C9. JanuaryJlhrough-.lime esti- mates for all provinces except Newfoundland totalled million for 1970, compared with million for 1969, the Do- minion Bureau o[ Statistics re- ported Friday- Increases in total cash re- ceipts occurred in all provinces except Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. Significant declines were reg- istered in Canadian wheat hoard payments on the previous year's grain crops and net cash ad- vances on farm-stored grains. While returns from livestock and livestock products were considerably higher in the 1970 period, that Increase was offse by lower receipts from crops and from deficiency and dairy supplementary payments. Receipts increased most dra- matically in Prince Edward Is- land and New per cent and 33.2 per cent, re- mainly on po- tato sales. Increases in Nova Scotia, Quebec and Ontario were ap- proximately five, four and three per cent, respectively, with British Columbia registering the smallest per cent. The greatest decline took place in per followed by Saskatchewan at five per cent and Manitoba at three per cent In addition to the above in- come, farmers also received million under the Prairie Farm Assistance Acl, compared with SB.2 million in Hie first half Hospital Escapee Still Evades Police Ukrainians Give Sculpture To Diei'enbaker WINNIPEG (CP) The Ukrainian Canadian Commit- tee will present former prime minister John Diefenbakcr with a sculpture of himself Sunday at a testimonial dinner. The sculpture by Winnipeg .artist Leo Mel will be present- ed on behalf of the Ukrainian community in Canada. From 300 to persons are expected for the dinner at the Marlhorough Hotel. Grant CALGARY (CP) Fred Col- borne, Alberta municipal af- fairs minister said here the provincial government will pro- vide a for a planned million fieldhouse in southwest Calgary. The fieldhouse, planned by the Oalgary Optimist Club, will be one of the major attrac- tions offered at a 40-acre park. It is being developed on' a 10- year program. It will have seating for hockey spectators or track and field fans. Other games such as lacrosse and cy- cling enthusiasts already have expressed an interest in using the building. ASHPHALT PAVING TOLLESTRUP SAND and GRAVEL Conslrudion Co. Lid. PHONE 328-2702 327-3610 TORONTO (CP) A 15- year-old girl whose mother re- moved her 'rom hospital three weeks ago rather than have her undergo a blood transfusion says she has been in hiding "like a criminul" [or fear of the police finding her. Arlene Hansler has not re- lumed to bar home or school since her mother and three other Jehovah's Witnesses re- moved her from Sunnybrook Hospital in a wheelchair Sept. 4. She had been admitted to hos- pital earlier that day suffering from what hospital officials called severe uterine bleeding- Because her religion prohibits blood transfusions, a court order was issued making her a ward of the Children's Aid Soci- ety. The court order still is valid but police deny they are still looking for her. Hospital officials say they wanted the court order to give the go-ahead for i blood trans- fusion which would have been used only as a last resort be- cause of the family's religious beliefs. After she was taken Irom hos- pital Arlene was treated by a general practitioner who pre- scribed iron pills and other medication "and now I'm just Troops, Police Guard Ail-port BERN (Reutsrs) The Swiss cabinet announced here that starting Oct. 5 troops will help police in security and guard duties at Xurich and Geneva aiiports, the two major Swiss international airports. A communique said each, air- port would get a battalion of troops to meet a request from the Xurich and Geneva cantonal governments. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Denial Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 328-4095 SPECIAL ESTATE FURNITURE AUCTION SALE TO BE HELD AT HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. 1920 2nd Avenue Soulh, Lelhbridge MONDAY, SEPT. 28 7 p.m. Sharp TERMS CASH NO RESERVE Beautiful old dining room suite with round table, 6 padded chairs, glass china cabinet, buffet and serving table. Lovely old dark wood bedroom suite with complete 54" bed, Hi-Boy chest of drawers, vanity dresser, stool, chair and night table. Nice light wood bedroom suite with complete 54" bed, chest or drawers, vanity dresser, stool and .night table. Red Maple bedroom suite with 2 complete 39" beds, chest of drawers, dresser, arm chair and night table. Bcauliful old desk and chair; Blond dinette table and 4 chairs; hall table and mirror; Old wood coat rack; Nice beige chesterfield; End table; Duncan Fyfe nest of fables; Small settee; Occasional arm chair; Hall table; Odd tables; 2-arm chairs: Small metal glass fop table; 2-floor lamps; Large and small beige cotton shag rugs; Table lamps; Chrome slop stool; Lawn Lounge; Stemware; Silverware; Odd Fancy dishes; Linen; Lawn lounge; 2-wood lawn chairs: Odd rugs; Sunbeam electric lawn mower; Garden fools; Step ladder; Pictures; Ornaments; Luggage; Electric appliances; Kenmore automatic washer and matching dryer; Beach 30" automatic gas range wilh glass oven door; Viking console 21" TV; Cedar chest: Setting for 12 Com- munity Plate silverware, Adams pattern; Dishes; Cutlery; Pols and pans. AUCTIONEERS' NOTE: All Ibis furnilure hnj been very well cared for. Wo strongly urge anyone looking (or any fur- niture, particularly fine old furniture to be jure lo allcnd (his sale as there are very few small items. Bfl sure to come early. Items will be an view: Sunday 2-4 p.m. All Day Monday SALE CONDUCTED BY HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. Phone 328-4705 1920 2nd Ave. S. lethbridge TED NEWBY AlirTinuttoc KEITH Lie. No. 41 AUCTIONEERS fine I didn't need the trans- fusion at all." Arlene said in an interview she is in hiding on legal advice. The interview was arranged by Witness lawyer Glen How who was present with Arlene and an unidentified woman. Mr. How said police are watching the Hansler home. of I'JIi'J. When this figure is combine with payments to Ontario suga ect producers in ISM and 1970 aymcnts to western farmers ndcr the wboat acreage reduc- tion program, the farmers re- ceived almost the same cash payments during the first six months of I ,898.3 irillion they did in million. You don't have to be rich to invest in mortgagee For as little as can participate in Royal Trust's "M'Tund-and still get your money! l-und first liivi-ilmeiiL Fund lor I lie individual offers yon high income, plus Ihc additional bonus ol liquidity. You can cash in your units anytime by giving us 30 busi- ness days' nolicc prior to the next valuation date. You pay no sales or withdrawal charges, your interest is calculated monthly and remitted or reinvested quarterly. And you can obtain substan- tial deferred income lax benefits by applying your "M" Fund investment towards a Registered Kc- tircnicnL Savings JMan. If you like the idea ol investing in a mortgage fund that's equally allrac- tivc to small and large investors, and that com- bines high income wilh liquidity, call in at your local Royal Trust oliice. Or mail us the coupon. annual rale of return based on unit PIJLC and income. i RoyalTrust Assets under adjiiinislialiuii, over billion. ROYALTKUST I'd like to find out more about Royal Trust's "M" Fund. Pleiiie send me detailed information, I understand there's no obligation an my part. NAME______ ADDRESS MR. MRS- MISS CITY- 1970 UNITED APP HOUSE-TO-HOUSE MONDAY, SEPT. 28th TO P.M. Hundreds of busy housewives and business women will be mak- ing a restricted house-to-house canvass of Lethbridge homes on be- half of the United Appeal. Give your fair share to enable the 16 member agencies to provide their worthwhile services to Leth- bridge's residents. House-To-House Chairman, MRS. ELAINE BARTEL EVERYBODY GIVES EVERYBODY BENEFITS CANADIAN RED CROSS SUPERVISOR: Mrs. G. M. Bradley TEAM CAPTAIN: Mri. Dyck CANVASSERS: Mn. G. Kirk Mn. J. Okamura Mri. W. Dytk Mrs. P. Henderson Mri. R. Ashcrofl TEAM CAPTAIN: Mrs. McFaddon CANVASSERS: Mri. W. Robinson Mn. J. Bollon Mn. 1. Tail Miss M. McDonald Mn. A. Corks TEAM CAPTAIN: Mn. Fildes CANVASSERS: Mn. D. A. Rice Mrs. R. A. Sales Mrs. J. D. McCulcheon Mrs. A. J. Wall Mrs. J. Pistawko Mrs. R. H. Effler Mri. W. R. Bolting TEAM CAPTAIN: Mill O'Connell CANVASSERS: Darlene Aberle Mary Bartsoff Neva Bair Karon Bonerlr TEAM CAPTAIN: Mri. Donna Sleed CANVASSERS: No Names Available TEAM CAPTAIN: Mn. Noel CANVASSERS: Mrs. Blenner-HasseH Mrs. Belly Graham TEAM CAPTAIN: Mrs. Compbell CANVASSERS: Mri. Joan Milten Mrs. M. Moliosh Mri. Sharon Wilson Mrs. L. Park Mrs. I. Skolrood Mrs. B. Gardner Mrs. J. Longford TEAM CAPTAIN: Mrs. Bland CANVASSERS: Mrs. D. Graham Mrs. W. R. floss Mrs. B. Meinlier Mrs. I. Kinnell Mn. H. Anderson Miss Jean Boon TEAM CAPTAIN: Mrs. Lowings CANVASSERS: Mrs. B. W. Kimery Mrs. M. Roy Miss I. Perlich Mrs. G. Kemp Mrs. D. Austring Mrs. G. Hoprnan TEAM CAPTAIN: Mn. Johnson CANVASSERS: Mrs. D. Gunlon Mrs. V. Kincheloe Mrs. J. Harqraves Mri. A. Shaw Mrs. B. Tucker Mrs. N. Quick Mrs. L. Linlon Mrs. F. Morgan JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY SUPERVISOR: Mn. A. Ichikowa CAPTAIN: Mrs. I. A. Wylie CANVASSERS: Mrs. R. Simmons Dr. F. R. Harper Mrs. H. Mrs. R. W. Williams Mrs. J. D. Hiscocki Miss H. Randmo Mr. D. Walker Mr 1. T. Allen Judge f. T. flyrni Mi t A. Yong Miss Jean Galbrailh Mi s M. Liplok Miss R. Cemulini Mr T. C. Haibeck Mrs. L. A. Wylie Mr F. J. Papp Miss Calhy Websler Mr D. Ayerj Mrs. M. Caiman Mr D. G. Blair Mr. D. Rogers Mr H. Cooper Mn. R. McCallum Mrs- J. Mr. E. Ross LETHBRIDGE FAMILY SERVICE SUPERVISOR: Rev. Brian Jones CAPTAIN: Mrs. Audrey Monl CANVASSERS! Mrs. Joyce Hosack Dr. Gordon Nelson Mr. Howard Harvey Mrs. Shirlcv Longford Mrs. Belli Thorlacius CAPTAIN: Mrs. Jeon Mill] CANVASSERS: Mrs. Florence Kobe Mr. W. A. McClenaghan Mrs. W. A. McClenaghan Mrs. R. Gruenwald CAPTAIN: Mrs. Emmn Chenger CANVASSERS: Jancl Clifton Joanne Tolh Terry Flikinacr Mrs. Zella Tolh lourelle Kosler Mr. W. lingard Sandra Burbank Y. W. C. A. SUPESVISOR: Mrs. H. O. Haufe TEAM CAPTAINS: Mrs. Fairfield, Mrs. Findlay CANVASSERS: Mrs. P. Slobodian Mrs. W. Johnson Mrs. R. Anderson Mrs. H. Douglas Mrs. B. Beaoling Mrs. L. Handinson Mrs. C. Cray Mrs. E. Holroyd Mrs. J. Gunn Mrs. D. Onofrychuk Mrs. S. Jameson Mrs. W. G. OlaFsan Mrs. E. A. Morrison Mrs. G. Willoughby Mrs. W. Mclntyre Mrs. S. J. Cicon Mrs. W. R. McBurney Mrs. C. D. Stewart Mrs. I. Flaa Mn. J. R. Castles Mrs. A. R. Bainborough Mrs. W. P. Skellon Mrs. E. A. Brasiord Mrs. W. S. Rimslad Mrs. T. D. Laycock Mrs. Wm. Hay Mrs. C. Spoulos Mrs. G. Marlin Mrs. K. Anderson SALVATION ARMY SUPERVISOR: Copt. Cabb CANVASSERS: Mrs. Cobb Mr. G. Lynch Capt, Cobb Mrs. F, Pinkerton Mrs. Sayer Mrs. E. Whilefool Capt. Sayer Mrs. Betly Waldren Mr. B. Bileski Mr. B. Lockstead Mr. G. Lowe Mr. D. Carpenter Mrs. L. Kennedy Mrs. D. Bennett Mr. B. Kennedy Mrs. P. Kiefulk Mr. L. Kennedy Mrs. A. Arkinstall Mrs. S. Cove Mr. I. Bakker Miss H. Bakker Mn. Mcllroy Mrs. J. Weili Mn. Tunnah Mrs. E. Cahoon Mrs. E. Rickaby ST. JOHN AMBULANCE SUPERVISOR: Mr. G. DeHeflr CANVASSERS: G. DeHeer W. Gibson C. leinweber J. Mass A. Smits P. Ennei F. Bennett f. McEwen F. Tyrrell M. Daub NAVY LEAGUE SUPERVISOR: Mr. J. Rhodes CANVASSERS: Mrs. Hufnagel Miss Elsie Schmidt Mrs. Manning Miss Irene Schmidl Mrs. Miller Mist Pal Ehnei Mrs. Thompson Mr. Joe Feller M'ss Dawn Masson Mr. Filler Miss Mary Oaubb Mr. Gary Capewell Miss Janice Bly Mr. Don Pletfell Miss Paulgft! Neville Mr. Dana Merkl Miss Debbie Rice CANADIAN MENTAL HEALTH ASSOC. SUPERVISOR: Mrs. D. W. McMullin CANVASSERS: Mrs. T. H. McCready Mrs. Jack Lakie Mrs. G. Rose Mrs. J. Van Loo Mrs. Don 1. Kirkham Mrs. Donald C. Macay Mrs. James Togo, F. E, Quilicnbaum Y. M. C. A. SUPERVISOR: Mrs. Karen Lawson TEAM CAPTAIN: Mrs. Laureen Piekema CANVASSERS: Mrs. M. Ichino Mrs. Pat Hughes Mrs. D. Ernmons Mrs. Elaine Saekney Mrs. L McNab Mrs. Mary Schmor Mrs. Helen Coyle Mrs. Pal Aoi TEAM CAPTAIN: Mrs. Ruth Elzinga CANVASSERS: Mrs. W. H. Rimslnd Mrs. W. S. Hooper Mrs. Gordon Haugnen Mrs. B. Montgomery Mis. Joe Barnes Mrs. J, Scolter Miss Faye Peters Mrs. M. Beningfield Mrs. Marjclle Morar TEAM CAPTAIN: Mrs. Sonjp Jacobson CANVASSERS: Mrs. P. E. Blakely Mrs. A. E. Ecclet Mrs. H. Plumpfon Mrs. D. Colder Mrs. Kay Marlin Mrs. R. F. Meredith Mrs. R, Thrall Jr. Mrs. T. Huiil TEAM CAPTAIN: Mrs. Bev Henderson CANVASSERS: Mrs. Joan Innes Mrs. lla Zaychuk Mrs. Joanne Cuell Mrs. Eleanor Fenton Mrs. Richardson Mrs. D. R. Slewarl Mrs. G. D. O'Brien TEAM CAPTAIN: Mrs. Mildred Cox CANVASSERS: Mrs. Joan Smith Mrs. Marie Nicas Mrs. Calhy Gleason Mrs. Stella Mrs. Jean Lena Mrs. Barbara Collier Mrs. Jennie Oleksy Mn. Bernice Spencfl TEAM CAPTAIN: Mrs, M. Hembroff CANVASSERS: Mrs. Joyce Stinson Mrs. Bonnie Babki Mrs. E. G, Swailes Mrs. Annette Myeri Mrs. Edilh Hill Mrs. Myrna larson Mrs. Judy McLean Mrs. Maris Milson Mrs. Jcyce Dunlep TEAM CAPTAIN: Mrs. R. Olshaski CANVASSERS: Mrs. Calhy Crighlon Mrs. Kay Mass Mrs. Cella Chapman Mrs. Bernice Pavan Mrs. Pat Chrislensen Mrs. Eileen Monaghan Mrs. Sharon Moriyama Mrs. Marj. Jordan TEAM CAPTAIN; Mrs. Irene Virlus CANVASSERS: Mrs. Edna Broder Mrs. R. Tennant Mrs. Helen Clirislou Mrs. Marg Rylands Mrs. Mary McAuley Mrs. Corrine Kleinbrlnk Mrs, Muriel Kirkmart Mrs. Maureen Godlonion Mrs. Ivan Millar Mrs. J. R. Begg Mrs. W. S. Anderson Mrs. J. J. Sexsmith Mrs. D. C. Linn Mrs. James Frouw3 Mrs. Murray McKay GIRL GUIDES SUPERVISOR: Mrs. N. Reilander TEAM CAPTAINS: Mrs. Paulson, Mrs. Long air CANVASSERS: Mrs. Golsleyn Mrs. Wagenaar Mrs. Holmes Mrs. Sawicki Mrs. Boras Mrs. Akroyd Mrs. R. Hamilton Mrs. Mrazek Mrs. W. Tymenson .Mrs. Marlin Mrs. Marg Falkenburg Mrs, Marion Smilh Mr. Ted Hasiarc) Mrs. Mnrg Smilh Doris Richards Mrs. Helen Sullivan Mrs. Betty Zook Mrs. Helen Endreseri CANADIAN PARAPLEGIC CANVASSERS: Mrs. Kovacs Mri. McCracken Mrj. Miechkoln MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS CAPTAIN: Mrs. Roy Smted CANVASSERS: Mrs. W. L. Howarl Mrs. P. D. Murdoch Mrs. E. A. Risler Mrs. Teresa King Mrs. J. B. Tennant. Mrs. F. Ridalli Mrs. K. Wall BOY SCOUTS TEAM CAPTAIN: Mr. J. Montgomery CANVASSERS: Maureen Palmer Mrs. J. Folk Dawna Opden Mrs. R. Fix Mrs, Fay Druhan Calhy Anderson Miss Deeidra OH Lorna Byam Mrs. Audrey Hegland Barbara Ferguson Dartalle Bullock Mrs. J. Chorm Mrs. Rose Jarvie Bill Falconer Ipo Grudnrski C. A. R. S. TEAM CAPTAIN: Mrs. Dot Wealherup HOUSE T. S. lamer CANVASSERS: Mrs. G. D. Harrii Mrs. Chos. Patching Mrs. Jnck Heinilz Mrs. Jean Poole Mrs. John Dosterom Mrs. Thurber Mrs. Hall Mrs, Brown MrJ. Ayer Mrs. Bev Holmes Mrs. Tilley Mrs. Oishi Mrs. Barloiek Mrs. Dreger Mrs. Merkl Mrs. Slogan Mrs. Harvey Mrs. Nordquiil Mrs. O'TooJB Mrs, Liggett V. 0. N. SUPERVISORS. Fellows CANVASSERS: Mrs. D. Card Mrs. H. Arnold Mrs. A. L. larson Insp. M. Coupland Mrs. N, Kuiyk Mrs. P. Enns Mrs. R. Goodall Mrs. J. Look Mrs. D. Pelerbrid'ge Mrs. H. McCulcheon Mrs. E. Wesllins Mrs. R. Whilmors Mrs. J. C. Moora Mrs. R. J. Munroe Mrs. Chris Swilzer Mn. A. Krushel Mrs. W. Petrunik Mrs. Hobbi Mrs. H. Morgan Mrs. Wm. Clark. Dr. M. F. Simpson Mr. Dick JohniFon Leroy Angle Mr. R. W. Williaml Mrs. B. Schweilzer Mrs. P. Bruythiri Mrs. S. Wilcockt Mrs. B. Grigg Mrs. G. Morrison C. N. I. B. SUPERVISOR: Mrs. Jean Bullin CANVASSERS: Alice Culler Mrs. M. Hosellon Mrs. H. N. LcBoron Mrs. Peter Slemko Mrs. Matt Slovak Mrs. Jeun Annabla Mrs. L. Sorenson you don't do it-it won't get done. ;