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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Thuradsy, October THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD 9 Dateline Alberta Medicine Hal woman named EDMONTON (CP) The provincial government Wednesday announced the ap- posntments of Evtiva McBryan of Grande Praise, Norman Yates of Edmonton and Betty Ann Yuill of Medicine Hat to the board of the Alberta Art Foundation. Mrs. McBryan is a painter, Mrs. Yuill is fine arts co- ordinator for Medicine Hat College and Mr. Yates is an art professor at the University of Alberta. The art foundation provides a means of collecting the works of Alberta artists and preserving and displaying them. Woman killed at Edmonton EDMONTON (CP) Police have identified Ludmella Lanbysheff, 74, of Edmonton as the woman kill- ed in a car pedestrian acci- dent Tuesday night. The woman, a former British Columbia resident, was the 41st person to die in traffic accidents in the city this year. Development area okayed EDMONTON (CP) The provincial government has approved three restricted development areas in the Ed- monton area, Bill Yurko, minister of the environment, announced today. Two of the areas follow the North Saskatchewan River Valley east and west of the city and the third loops around the northern half of Edmon- ton. The purpose of establishing the areas is to provide for a greenbelt, preserve lands which have recreation poten- tial, and provide for a possible utility corridor, the depart- ment said. Gas service restored JASPER (CP) A spokesman for Northwestern Utilities said Wednesday natural gas service was restored, on a temporary basis, to residents here Tuesday night. Service to the community was disrupted Tuesday follow- ing a major leak in the main gas line serving the town. The break occurred where the gas line crosses the Athabasca River near Jasper. The spokesman said three men waded into the river and managed to secure a clamp on the line providing a temporary halt to the leak. It will be about a week before permanent repairs on the line are completed. Hospital Stripper named Debbie officers crowned Miss Nude UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Weather SUNRISE FRIDAY SUNSET H LPre Lethbridge......40 26 Pincher Creek... 50 25 Medicine Hat 40 33 Edmonton 41 34 Grande Prairie 44 20 Banff........... 53 27 Calgary......... 41 31 Victoria........53 45 Penticton....... 52 30 Prince George 37 24 Kamloops....... 52 38 Vancouver......55 47 Saskatoon....... 45 20 Regina......... 53 22 Winnipeg....... 53 30 Toronto......... 64 53 1 Ottawa......... 58 50 09 Montreal 52 46 04 St. John's.......45 30 Halifax......... 49 42 Chariottetown 41 34 Fredericton.....49 39 Chicago ........74 64 New York ......61 59 .16 Miami..........78 72 .06 Los Angeles.....67 53 Las Vegas......62 .45 Phoenix........61 47 .41 Athens .........73 52 Rome..........54 43 Paris...........46 37 London.........45 36 Berlin..........41 36 Amsterdam.....45 30 Brussels........41 34 Madrid.........50 39 Moscow 43 41 Stockholm......45 39 Tokyo..........68 57 Hong Kong...... 72 66 Singapore....... 90 73 Mexico City..... 75 52 Honolulu........ 87 77 Crash survivors One of two who survived an Arctic plane crash Wednesday is taken into Edmonton hospital. Thirty- two passengers were killed when a Lockheed Electra owned by Panarctic .Oil Ltd. of Calgary crashed through the ice on an approach to a landing strip at Rhea Point on Melville Island, miles north of Edjnonton. The survivors were co-pilot David Hatton and flight engineer Gary Wayman, both of Calgary. Flying instructor killed in crash resign EDMONTON (CP) Provincial health officials say they expect Alberta Hospital will continue to operate without difficulties despite the resignation of senior ad- ministrators. Neil Enders, acting ex- ecutive director, and chief auditor Del Dreger have an- nounced they will resign Fri- day because of poor salaries and government indecision. John Forrester, associate director of mental health in the provincial health and social development department, said Wednesday he "can't foresee any problems at all" in running the hospital when the resignations take effect. Other staff members at the mental hospital will look after the work done by Mr. Enders and Mr. Dreger until replacements are found. The personnel director and business manager at the hospital also resigned recently. 10 perish VALLADOLID, Spain (Reu- ter) Ten persons were kill- ed and 17 injured in a fire at an assembly line of the Fasa- Renault car plant Wednesday, the company said. The cause of the fire was not known. The victims were overcome by dense smoke when flames rac- ed through an assembly line of plastic and rubber accessories. The firm, which builds French vehicles, was producing 368 cars a day. EDMONTON (CP) A 22 year old stripper named Deb- bie became the first Miss Nude Edmonton in what organizer Pierre Cochard promised will be an annual event. Six contestants, all with backgrounds as professional exotic dancers, were presented first in evening gowns, then bikinis, and final- ly earrings before a capacity crowd at a downtown nightclub. The contest was without in- cident, except for the brief appearance of the city's morality squad which left before the main event began. Debbie, who preferred not to give her last name, said she hopes to enter the fine arts program in drama at the University of Alberta next 10-year trade agreement initialed at Bonn BONN (Reuter) West Germany and Poland initiall- ed Wednesday a 10-year agreement which sets out the legal framework for West Germany's private industry to increase trade with Poland, a foreign ministry spokesman said. The agreement will be signed here Friday by Polish Deputy Prime Minister Kazimierz Olszewski and West German Foreign Minister Hans Dietrich Genscher. year. A nude dancer for three years, she said she became a stripper because "I didn't want to be like everyone else." NOTHING WRONG "As far as I'm concerned, there is absolutely nothing wrong with nudity. Your body is what you're brought into the world with, and it's she said. As Miss Nude Edmonton, Debbie receives a cash award, which she plans to spend on a dishwasher. All contestants receive a cash consolation prize of The standings were decided by a five member panel of judges made up of sports and media personalities. Mr. Cochard, club owner, said there are plans for similar contests in Van- couver, Calgary, Winnipeg, Montreal, and other centres, MUCH SOUGHT AFTER Wally Gant, a bachelor fish- monger from Yorkshire, Eng- land, officated as best man for the 50th time in 1964. He first did the honors in 1931. FORECAST: Lethbridge, Calgary, Medicine Hat Regions Today: Morning fog. Clearing this afternoon. Highs about 55. Friday: Mostly sunny. Lows near 30. Highs 55 to 60. Columbia Kootenay Regions Today: Cloudy with a few sunny periods. A few showers this afternoon, Friday: Sunny with a few cloudy periods. Highs both days around 50. Lows tonight 25 to 30. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Rain with snow in the mountains most sections east and south variable cloudiness with patches of fog northwest portion today. Variable cloudiness west rain east tonight with rain decreasing Friday. Gustly northerly winds east portion today. Highs both days in 40s. Lows tonight 25 to 35. West of Coatiaestal Divide Fair to partly cloudy today and Friday. Highs both days 45 to 55. Lows tonight 20s. COCHRANE (CP) A fly- ing instructor was killed and another seriously injured when their single engine Gruman trainer aircraft crashed 11 miles north of here. Victor Jewitt, 51, of Calgary, died in the crash. He was chief instructor of the Air Training College at Springbank Airport near Calgary. Another instructor of the college, Larry Alfred Poechman, 27, was reported in serious condition in hospital Wednesday. Mr. Poechman, formerly of Downsview, Ont., was a member of the Canadian Air Force until a month ago when he joined tha staff of the pilot training school. RCMP and college spokesmen said the cause of the accident was not yet known. The plane was found sitting upright with damage to its nose. FOR SALE BY OWNER Less than 1 year old, 3 bedroom split entry, 2200 square feet, approx. 1680 sq. ft. developed 1% baths, 2 fireplaces, developed rumpus room, carpeted throughout, carport, underground sprink- lers, landscaped, ultra large patio, large outdoor childrens area, 2 rock gardens, 20 ft diameter out- door open pit barbecue, sun deck. Price includes draperies in living room, electric range, built in dishwasher, gas barbecue. Price mortgage at Present owner prepared to carry small 2nd mortgage. 1402 Aspen Placa 329-4084 or 329-4474 Fall Final Clearance 197414 R. 9 Fridge, heater, brakes, awning, twin Wat NOiMf KEN WANTS TO SAVE YOU UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. "Serving you over a quarter Century" 302 3rd Avs. South Phone 327-2SOS GENERAL STEWART BRANCH No. 4 ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION The General Stewart Branch of the Royal Canadian Legion havo now started thoir annual Poppy Campaign and canvassers ara presently calling on businsM houses and offices for the tale of poppy wreaths. POPPY TAG DAY WILL BE HELD SAT.. NOV. 2nd PORTS OF ENTRY opatag nd defag (tan: Camay 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Chief Mountain, dosed; Contts open 24 boors; Del Bonila 9a.m. to6p.m.; Kingsgateopen 24 boors; Porttrill Rykerts 7 a.m. to 2 a.m.; Roweville 8 a.m. to mwbnght (Times Mountain The Ladies' Auxiliary to the General Stewart Branch No. 4 of the Royal Canadian Legion organize and conduct the sale of poppies with the assistance of the interested youth groups and citizens. The proceeds go to aid veterans and their families who are in need. Transient veterans' families and single men are given lodging and meals and some are helped to go to jobs or to their homes. Lethbridge and District veterans and their families are given assistance for necessities that are urgently required and veterans are visited in hospitals and in their homes and are given extras to supplement any assistance that they are receiving. At Christmas, hampers and small cheques are given to those in need and also let them know they are not forgotten. The wreaths and poppies are made by disabled veterans in the Vetcraft Shop and are a source of income for them. These veterans come from all parts of Canada Alberta being well represented. The Royal Canadian Legion Poppy Fund is a distinct and separate Trust Account, and administered as such. ORDER YOUR WREATH NOW BY CALLING THE ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION POPPY CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS 327-6644 Remember Think Participate "WEAR A POPPY' with the possibility of staging a Miss Nude Canada contest here next summer. Weekend cDeluxecRoom For Two For One Night 1 night FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY Children Free Present this coupon upon arrival. 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