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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Girlfriends tell their stories NEW YORK (AP) Danish cabaret singer Nina van Pal- lanfll told a federal grand jury here that auliior Clifford Irving never met billionaire industrial- ist Itovard Iluglics "in my pres- ence." Before she could reply to re- porters asking whether her tes- timony was hard on Irving, her manager, John Marshall, inter- rupted: "Tougli." "It hcs been quite an ordeal, said the singer of her half-hour volunLary appearance. She ap- pear e d frightened and was trembling as she left (he federal courthouse. Asked again whethor her tes- timony was damaging to Irving, she replied: "That remains to be seen." Nevertheless, she said, she slill considers that she and Irv- ing are "old friends." AISO TAKES STAND The blonde beauty, estranged wile of a Duteh baron, followed another of the women in Irv- ing's life in testifying before the jury Jnvestigaldng Irving's al- leged autobiography of Hughes. Florida scuba-diver Anne Baxter dedined to tell reporters H'hat she said in her 35-minuto cppearancc, but presumably it concerned a trip she and Irving allegedly made to St. Croix in UK Virgin Islands. The baroness has said that she accompanied Irving on a trip last winter (a Mexico, .vhsre he claims to have met Hughes. Her version is that tlie writer was never out of her presence long enough to do so. She left tha federal courthouse directly for the New York County district attorney's office, where sh3 conferred with inves- tigators checking the financial aspects of the case. ISSUE WARRANT Later, a warrant in behalf of the Swiss government was is- sued by U.S. Magistrate Martin Jacobs for the arrest of Mrs. Clifford Irving. Mrs. Irving, 36, whose hus- band's "autobiography" of bil- lionaire industrialist Howard Hughes is under investiga- tion by two grand juries in New York, is wanted by Swiss auUi- orities on charges of bank fraud and passport forgery in connec- tion with Hughes case. Wednesday, February 16, 1975 THE IETHBRIDGF HERALD _ 23 ON HAND FOR HEARING Blonde folk singer Nina von Pallandl, escorted by allorney Richard Russell, turns to view cameramen as fhey enter Federal Court in New York. She testified before a grand jury probing her friend Clifford Irving's "autobiography" of Howard Hughes. Two-price system urged for Alberta natural gas EDMONTON (CP) The city of Edmonton would like to seo a two price system for natural gas in Alberta and council has authorized its utilities and en- gineering committee to include Mitchell resigns WASHINGTON (Reuter) John M. Mitchell has resigned as attorney general effective Mnrch 1 to join President Nix- on's campaign for re-election in November. such a recommendation in its report lo the Energy Resources Conservation Board. The- two price system would mean that gas exnorted from the province would be higher priced than gas for domestic use. Aid. Ed Leger said council should petition the province to ensure that the full price of ex- porting gas is borne by the ex- porter. "I think it's ridiculous that Albertans who own Hie gas should be required to pay part o[ the cost of transmission from the border to he said. OPPOSE HIKE Council also approved a let- ter to the energy board's bear- Shipyards idle THE HAGUE (Reuter) Several shipyards in Rotterdam and Amsterdam remained idle Monday as a result of wildcat strikes by an estimated metal workers. ing on Feb. 22 opposing any increase in the field price of natural gas. Council said if outside de- mands for Alberta's gas are gonig to force prices up, the city would expect the province to provide protection for local consumers possibly through giving municipalities a share in oil and gas royalties. j Edmonton's inlerest In gas, prices stems from the fact that. its power plants are fueled with natural gas. WORLD OF SHOES Continu BALANCE Of SELECTION OC WINTER BOOTS NOW NOW ONLY SELECTION OF SHOES Reg. lo 26.00 NOW....... SELECTION OF SHOES Broken line) and ilzet Reg. to 25.00 NOW BALANCE OF SPECIAL SELECTION OF SUEDES-LEATHERS COLORS PAIR 14-99 Mon.rTues.r Wed., 9 a.m. lo p.m. Thurs. 9 a.m. WORLD OF SHOES 317A 6th ST. S. 9 a.m. ID p.m. ANNUAL REPORT 1971 of LETHBRIDGE Purpose: "Enriched by the CJiristianFaithandby world-wide mem- bership, the Young Women's Christian Association seeks to provide opportunities lor personal growth, to deepen concern for human needs? and to act responsibly in the tvorld community" PRESIDENTS REPORT THE YWCA RESIDENCE HOME AWAY FROM HOME MRS. ALLISTER FINDLAY PRESIDENT, LETHBRIDGE Y.W.C.A. GUEST SPEAKER CONSULTANT of CANADA BOARD of DIRECTORS 1971 MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. Reii R. C. ANDERSON DONALD BAGOZZI BEATRICE DEADLING GORDON CAMPBELL F. M. CHRISTIE AlllSTER FINDLAY W. O, HAUFE WILUAM HAY ROSS HELD W. S. JAMESON DWIGHT .IENSEN GERALD KOZUB W. MclNTYRE E. H. MIKHAIL N. ONOFRYCHUK JOHN R- RUTLEDGE D. G. W. SUTHCRLANB iOnod _. It la my honour to present fhe Annual Report of the Young Women's Christian Association of Lelhbridge for 1971. Lost year, we cele- brated the lOOlh birthday of the Y.W.C.A. of Canada, and we have stepped forward info the new ccnfury wilh ihe hope of being oble to face the fasl-moving change of ihe future and lo hold our place in this world of transition and complexities. All across Canada, young people from rural and smaller communities are coming in grealer numbers to urban centres for em- ployment, re (raining and education, and housing continues lo have top priority wilh the Y.W.C.A. Our residence enjoyed a busy year during 1971, with approximately 90% occupancy. We were forlunaie through gen- erous donations to repair and poinf the out- side of ihe building and also lo redecorate and refurnish some of the inlerior. As usual, our residence ha-; been homo for girls of oil races from mony different countries, as well os from all parts of Canada. In 1971, the Y.W.C.A. initiated a special co-operale program for women and girls with the Communily Services Department of ihe City of Lelhbridge, using their facilitiei and our staff and volunteers. This arrange- ment has been successful and is continuing in 1972. For tha third consecutive summer, We were involved, along wilh ihe City of Lethbridge, the Lethbridge Community Col- lege and the Y.M.C.A., in the Communily Summer Program, our dirfici responsibiliiy being the eleven Fun Clubs for children Six to eight. Progncms for special needs, such os Blue Triangles, English classes for New Canadians, Synchronized Swimming and Bridge instruc- tion, are also an important part of the Y.W.C.A. operation. Plans were formulaied for initialing 'Take A Break' groups to be held in city locations. These groups, which include child care, for women who need to gel out of the home and make new friends. No association is an island. We work best when, as a Y.W.C.A., we work with other forces for good in our cammunify. Our (Jianks go to our partners, the Lethbridgc Branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association, Ihe Golden Mile Club, the Lellibridge Family Service and tho Commit lee on Life-Long Education, and to our special partners, tha Community Services DepaHment of the Cily UNITED APPEAL Tho YWCA Is a United Appeal Agency. As one of tho 16 agencies In tho Lelli- bridge United wo graiefully ac- knowledge iho support which wo receive annually, Without I his help we would not bo oblc to carry on our many pro- jects and Communily services. The Board of Directors thank iho citizens of loth- bridge for their tupporl o( Iho United. Appeal, of Lethbrjdge and Ihe Lethbridge Community Chest. The Christian emphasis of the Y.W.C-A. is represented by the World Relationships Commiltee, which raised jls allotmenl of through projects ond donations. This money goes to aid Y-W-C.A.'s in developing countries, according to -their different needs. The special sludy of our committee wai of our native people. The New To You Shop re-opened [n Sep- tember at 415 2nd Avenue Soulh, afler being forced lo closo during the summer months when ils former location was no long- er available. This shop is operated entirely by a learn of 40 volunteers and ell mer- chandise is donated. Along wilh other special projects, the New To You Shop hos provided much-needed financial support for Ihe day. to-day operation of the Association. Only through public communicalion can on organization like ours reach and assist women ana1 girls who mig'il benefit from our services. For this reason and because of their constantly generous coverage of our aclivities, we ervend our grateful thanks to ihe news media of Lethbridge, the daily paper and the radio ond TV stations. The work of the Y.W.C.A. is a lough, hard, unending fob. If means moving From problem to problem, never sellling back into an easy routine that runs itself. It is ihe kind of job where you often wonder how you do it, but you go on because you know in ycur nearl fhaf ir needs lo be done, and you are willing to keep on trying. It a challenge to the kind of people ihe Y.W.C.A. has always altracled because, al- though there ore temporary setbacks, there is the satisfaction of knowing thai you are attempting to do a job that has to be done: your only reward can be ihe hope that you are respected ond supporled by your com munily. As President of this Association, have been greatly privileged to have the full support and loyally of admin olive vol unteers and staff. To these skilled and cam milted women, our Board members, our comrr.il lee members and our staff, say a grateful and sincere, "Thank You" Respectfully submilled, MRS. ALLISTER FINDLAY, President Board of Director) This advertisement courtesy of Ihe follow- ing eommunify-mrncfed businessmen: ADVANCE LUMBER CO. LTD. G. H. BAXTER SONS (1968) LTD. CANADIAN WESTERN NATURAL GAS CO. LTD. EATON'S FAIRFtELD APPLIANCE SERVICES LTD HAMILTON FLOOR COVERINGS LTD. McGAVIN TOASTMASTER LTD. MclNTYRE RANCHING CO. LTD. SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LTD. SOUTHERN STATIONERS LTD SILVERWOOD DAIRIES VALUE VILLAGE MARKETS LTD. WYATT ELECTRIC CO. LTD. TOT'S EXERCISE CLASS TAKE-A-BREAK EXERCISE SESSION ;