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Lethbridge Herald {Newspaper} - 1983-08-13,Lethbridge, Alberta M the Leth Hooe Herald smurf in Altay 13.1m3 new look Cabinet no Joy to opposition news in Brief the new look. Ii prime minister Trudeau Straightens his tie Friday As he and supreme court Justice Berttia Wilski pose for a group photo with Cabinet ministers following a Cabinet shuffle. From left Back Row define Herveux Payette fitness and sport Dawd Smith business Lloyd Axworthy. Transport Charles Lapointe Supply and services David co Sisnette. Multiculturalism Roger Simmons mines Charles Caccia environment Judy Erola. Consumer and corporate affairs. Front Row John Roberts employment and immigration. Jeanluc Pepin minister of state for external affairs. Trudeau. Wilson. Andre Ouei Iet labor and Jean Jacques Blais defence. Radioactive bundle cleared from tubes Pickering ont. Up a Ontario Hydro repair Crews removed All 12 radioactive fuel bundles Friday from a ruptured tube in one of two disabled nuclear reactors at its Pickering generating Slaton a Spates Man for the Utility said. Lois Wallace said the bundles were successfully removed from he tube paving the was for stopping a heavy water Lea r. A a now we can Cut off the flow of heavy water into a that Channel tut get which in effect will mean we can Stop the she said. Alu Tough the flow of Heay water will to get stopped repair Crews will still have to Drain the radioactive water left in the tube said Wallace. The reactor. Unit 2 at the five reactor facility began leaking radioactive heavy water from the lube aug. 1. Since shortly after the leak was discovered 225 litres a minute has been pouring from the ruptured tube. Ottawa up it a prime Trudeau a sudd ii cab net shuffle Friday was disc Iraq by both oppose Itira put Lea it lers As a minor realignment that signals no major change is policy. A this is clearly a big Day for mediocrity Quot progressive conservative Leader Brian Mulrooey told a radio audience in Nova Scotia where he is fighting a by election Campaign to get into the commons. A but then Agam you can to get any Good results when Vou Shuffie from a had deck Quot the new torn Leader added. New Democrat under de Broadbent a apparently overlooking Judy Erolan a shift from mines to consumer affairs Andre Ouellett a move from consumer affairs to labor. Lloyd Axworthy s takeover of the trans put portfolio and Jean Luc Pepin a Transfer from transport to external relations a said no major portfolios were affected. A this us ests no changes m major policies for the government which is regrettable a the nip Leader added. Broadbent added however he herpes the removal of five ministers from Cabinet ranks and the addition of five new faces will produce new ideas. Giles Lamontagne was dropped from deface Wulliam rom key from Small business Paal Cosgrove from minister of state for finance Ray Perrault from sports and Jim Fleming from multiculturalism. The changes also left the head of a major National business group puzzled and concerned about Trudeau s Strat egy. Roy Phillips president of the Canadian manufacturers association wondered what was the Point of the move since several ministers who changed portfolios Are handling major issues. Phillips expressed concern about Pepin a shift from transport to external relations while det it ate continues Over Ottawa a controversial plan to change the historic Cro Soest pass railway freight rates. And he questioned Trudeau a decision to move Ouei Iet from the consumer affairs department just As the government appears near development of anew competitions policy after 12 years of thou to about the Issue. Phillips also said be resets the loss of rom key. Phillips said the Newfoundland my Imd Erswood the in lems of Small manufacturing businesses and was a hard worker. �?o1 can to understand that a the manufacturing spokesman said. Farm groups still a using Over the Crow rate Reform Bill doubt that replacing Pepin with Axworthy at transport Wui have much significance. Bob Douglas of the Manitoba farm Bureau which wants the present Biu amended to include some payment of a subsidy to producers said he is not sure if Axworthy s appointment signals any change in government strategy. But Dou As says the change May affect influence within the government. A the May not be As effective As Pepin in persuading Quebec members of the Liberal caucus to accept Crow Reform a Douglas said. Wallace Fraser president of Manitoba Pool elevators Ltd. Which backs the Bill As it stands to pay the subsidy to the railways said As worthy a View on the Crow Bill Are not much different from Pepin a and he does no to see the shuffle making much of a difference. But Goldwyn Jones a spokesman for the Manitoba Branch of the National Farmers Union which opposes and change to the Crow rate is not encouraged by the change Axworthy appears less a dogmatic than Pepin about abolishing the Crow rate. Jones said but added he Axworthy will stick with the government policy. Notices births deaths in memorials cards of thanks death notices age passed away a thursday August 11 the 1983 at Calgary Alberta Ralph of age beloved husband of mrs. Hettie age of Pincher Creek age 75 years. A the funeral service Aill be held in St. Michael a roman Catholic Church Pincher i Creek monday August 13th, 1983 at 10 30 . Rev. D. Mcdonald officiating. Interment in pair View cemetery friends May meet for prayers at Edens funeral Chapel sunday evening at 7 30 . In heu of Flowers donations May be made to the a Alberta heart fund car of Box 191, Pinche Creek. Funeral arrangements by Edens Home Ltd., Pincher a it Creek. i August 11th, 1983, 2vir. A t. Tommy Mason years beloved it husband of mrs. Jean Mason. Granum and beloved father and father in Law of Alice and a George Williamson red r Deer Robert and Matilda Mason Calga Eleanor and Bill Reid Olds Betty and Joe Metal Calgary Winnie and Jerry Hansen Calgary. Kay and Alex r Jassman Burstall Saskatchewan Don and Maxine Mason Granum Marjorie and George Lane Vulcan. Tommy is also survived by 27 grandchildren and nine great grandchildren two Sisters mrs Bessie White Sylvan Lake and mrs. Don Janie roster Trail . And numerous nieces and nephews. Tommy was born at Lancashire England and. Came to Canada to Winnipeg in 1906 and to the Granum area in 1915 and Farmed until he retired to town. Funeral services will a i get held at Granum United Church monday August 15th, 1983 at 2 . With Rev. L. R. Agnew officiating. Interment Granum cemetery. In lieu of Flowers contributions May be made to the Alberta heart fund care of mrs. Natalie Olson . Box 507, Lethbridge Alberta tip 3z1. Leyden a funeral Homes Ltd., Claresholm Branch directors of services. V an passed away in the City on Friday August 12th, 1983, mrs. Cornelia Van Egmond at the age of 82 years beloved wife of or. John Van Egmond of Nobleford Alberta. A funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. Martin Bros. Ltd., directors of the funeral service. Phone 323-2361. In memorial a in to tag memory of a dear Mother and grandmother Grace. remembered with love John. Gladys and Jim. Abram h. Thiessen passed away August 10th, 1983 in iii Home in Coaldale at the age of 87 years Abram was the beloved husband of mrs. Susie Thiessen of 2314 18th Street Coaldale. The funeral service will be held at 2 pm. On monday August 13th. 1983 in the Coaldale mennonite Church with pastor Norman Bergen and pastor Peter Janzen officiating. Interment will follow in the Coaldale mennonite cemetery. Those who wish May donate to the mennonite Central committee Relief fund care of the Church. Martin Bros. Ltd., directors of the funeral service. Phone 328-2361. in Loving memory of John who passed away aut 13th, 1949. A time will never heal our grief. Our love for him was far too deep. We cannot forget him we done to even try our memories of him will never die. A Chrupka family Bereznicki in Loving memory of a dear Mother grandmother and great grandmother Grace Berez Nicki who passed away August 13iii, 1971. The leaves Arl Flowers May Wither. The Golden Sun May but the hearts that loved you dearly Mora Are the ones that won t forget. A Ever remembered and loved by a Mary and Bob a Bill and Diane a Vicki and Frank a and grandchildren cd fied 328-4411 Montgomery passed away in Lethbridge on Friday August 12th. 1983, or. William Alfred Monty Montgomery age 65 years of Vauxhall. He is survived by his wife Margaret of Vauxhall a daughter. Pearl Feist of Brooks two sons Dwayne and Bill both of Kelowna his Mother mrs. Ada Montgomery his sister. Verda Harker both of Lethbridge and his brother Howard Montgomery of Saskatoon Saskatchewan. Born in Raymond. Monty was raised in the Cardston area and he and Margaret Kambeitz were married in Bow Island in 1945. They resided in Taber and moved with their three children to Vauxhall in 1956, where they have resided Ever since. Monty bartered at Vauxhall for a number of years and then became chief Steward of the Royal Canadian legion in Vauxhall retiring in april 1983, the funeral service will be held in the Vauxhall lds Chapel on monday August 15th at 2 . With Bishop Don Fisher officiating. Interment to follow in the Vauxhall Demetei. Arrangements in care of Reardon a funeral service Taber. in Loving Mer Orv of a dear Mother grandmother and great grandmother. Babushka Anastasia who died August 14th, 1981. We cannot bring the old Days Back. When we were All together. But secret tears and Loving thoughts will be with us forever. A sadly missed by a son Boris and wife Nada kor Eshenko a daughter Helen and husband Mike Papaz a granddaughter Tania and husband Steve huk a great grandsons Bill and Nice cd huk in Loving memory of a dear Mother grandmother and great grandmother Sophia w to passed away August 13th, 1973. Memories Are treasures no one can steal. Death leaves a heartache no one can heal. No longer with us our lives to share. Still in our hearts you will always be there. A lovingly remembered by Mike and Effie a teheled a John Peter. Sam and Einard Haniuk and their families. Forsyth the family of the late Dale Forsyth would like to thank Martin Bros for their assistance during our loss and it. Kimberly for the Beautiful service. We would like to thank the ladies of Shaughnessy for the luncheon. Also relatives friends and neighbors for food cards and Flowers. Your thoughtfulness and kind words were a great Comfort to us All. A the Forsyth family a Caro of thanks Bereznicki in Loving memory of my dear wife. Grace who passed away August 13ui, 1971. In tears i saw you sinking i watched you fade away. My heart was almost broken. You fought so hard to stay. God knew that you were suffering that the Hills were hard to climb. I lived in Hope and prayed in vain that god would make you Well again but someday he will Tell me Why he broke my heart and let you die. A always remembered and sadly missed by your dear husband Nick. Lavalley we wish to thank our children relatives and friends for making our 50th wedding anniversary such a special Day. Thank you All that helped by your attendance cards letters telegrams and gifts that made our anniversary such a memorable occasion one we will always cherish. A gratefully yours Manuel and Jeannette la Valley Ishida we would like to thank our Many friends and relatives for the Many acts of kindness shown to us and to our late husband and dad Eikichi Kichi Ishida during his stay in the Hospital in Calgary and Taber these past few months. We d also like to thank you for the support prayers cards phone Calls visits etc., when he passed away on july 26th, 1983 in Taber. To each and every one of you who helped in any Way to lighten our Switow in the loss of our dear one we thank you so very much and god ble. A Mitzi and Kerry Ishida Deboer we would like to thank everyone who helped make our 40th anniversary such a Happy and memorable occasion. and Chrissy Deboer Kundrik we wish to express Heartfelt thanks to our children and friends who came to make our 63th wedding anniversary such a memorable Day. Thanks to you All for the Beautiful cards Flowers masses and gift. A sincerely Julius and Anna Kundrik full naga the family of the late Jim Fukunaga would like to express their sincere a ppr nation to the Many friends neighbors and relatives for their help and kindness during the passing of our son and brother. Thank you for the phone Calls cards Flowers and food. Many thanks to the staff and doctors at the Lethbridge regional hos Pilai. Thank you to the Lethbridge Buddhist Church reverend Miyakawa and reverend Okada for their assistance and comforting words. Sincere thanks to or. H. Vosburgh and the pallbearers for their generous giving of themselves also to or. B. Bender for his warm personal Eulogy. Special thank you to those friends who have donated to the heart foundation and the diabetes association in Jim a memory. The Many kindnesses have made our Burden easier to Bear and will be forever remembered. A mrs. N. Fukunaga and family. the families of the late Katherine Odenwald would like to express their thanks and appreciation to their friends and relatives for the Flowers food and cards. Thanks to the doctors and nurses at St. Michael s and father Duff. Thanks to the ladies of the Moose for the lunch. A special thanks to Martin Eros and pallbearers. A Bill and Margaret Wozniuk a Roy and Gladys har a Mike and Jean Chemi Chan a Elizabeth Toth a John and Sheila Odenwald a Bob and Florence French Lohn and Mary i Nowaj and their families a special thank you to the doctors nurses and staff of the Lethbridge regional Hospital for the wonderful care Given me during my stay. Also a very special thank you to my family relatives and friends for the cards gifts and visits. All were much appreciated. A Steve Kasko birth Chhou cements Umeko thank you dear friends and relatives for remembering us during our deeper i it moments of sorrow Vou sent us Flowers cards food and consoled us with visits and words of Comfort. Your thoughts will always be remembered by All of us. Thank you to the pallbearers for their assistance to mrs. A Hahn and the ladies of Immanuel lutheran Church for the Nice lunch to Martin Bros for All their organization and understanding. A special thank Tou to pastor r. Mayan who came so quickly to Comfort and help us for the prayers and Beautiful service. May the lord bless each and every one of you. A Elizabeth Umeko and family Nakama Doug and Peggy Are pleased to announce the birth of their son Brock Gin. Torn August 1st, 1983 weighing seven pounds three ounces. A brother for Aaron and Eric. Proud grandparents Are Gin and fungi Nakama. Mike and Margaret Zmurchuk. Proud great grandmothers Are mrs. Tomi Higa and mrs. Rose Christie a special thanks to our doctors and the staff of Lethbridge regional Hospital. Johnston Ric and Debi Are pleased to announce the birth of their first a wild Meghan Marie born August 3rd, 1983. Weighing seven pounds nine ounces. Proud grandparents Are or. And mrs. Bitango of Coaldale and Alma Johnston of Nanaimo . And Bill Johnston of Lethbridge. It s a boy do Ippolito Silvano and Gail do Ippolito of Lethbridge Are pleased to announce the Safe arrival of their first child Anthoy silv.a-\0 on August 2nd, 1983. Proud grandparents Are or. And mrs. Michael Trofa Nenko of Turin and or. And airs. Pasquale do Ippolito of Lethbridge. Tillsley Linda and Terry Are pleased to announce the birth of their second son july 26th. 1983, Jason Todd seven pounds 13 ounces. Proud grandmothers Are Edith Tillsley and Shirley Anne Van Cleave. Verv proud great grandparents Are Estel Paul. Delia Van Cleave Harvey and Marion Dittberner. Proudest of All is big brother David. It s a boy Vredegoor Gary and Mary Are proud to announce the birth of their first child. Christopher Stanley born july 26th, 1983, weighing eight pounds. 15 ounces. Pro and grandparents Are or. And mrs. Eugene Domagala of Lethbridge and or. And mrs. Anthony Vredegoor of picture Butte. A is a boy Mueller Karl and Susan Nee Lauersdorf wish to announce the Safe arrive of their son. Christopher Bryon bom july 29th, 1983, weighing nine pounds. Proud grandparents Are or. And mrs Alfred Mueller and or and mrs. Werner Lauersdorf. Special thanks to our doctor and the staff of St. Michael a Hospital. Macdonald Debby and Dave Are pleased to announce the arrival of Samantha Anne born july 28th. 1983. Proud grandparents Are Anne and Peter Peskuski of Lethbridge and Dorothy and Kip Macdonald of Biggar. Saskatchewan. Great grandmothers Are Margaret Wilson of Lethbridge and Dorothy Macdonald of Muncton new Brunswick. Happy aos Happy 32nd birthday baby doll pea strike averted Calgary up a to tire will t e no strike by Pacific Western airline ground employees this weekend while he workers study a contract offer made by the airline to our Day. The 800 employees member of the pan Adiian air employees Assoc Ian on. Were to be in a Legal strike position just after Midnight Friday night. However Union representatives contacted pea Friday morning and requested an Extension until wednesday of next week. Lavelle denies Pei Jurj charge Reuter it a Rita Lavelle. Former assistant administrator of the u s. Environmental Protection Agency pleaded not guilty Friday to charges of per Jun and ote trucking a congressional investigation of Epars toxic waste cleanup Lavelle a appearance in Federal court followed the Justice department s announcement thursday that it would not prosecute Sec other former officials who had worked with Lavelle. Extremists blow up statue Lourdes France t Reuter a anti Church extremists blew up a religious statue in Lourdes on Friday and threatened to disrupt Pope John paid a pilgrimage sunday to the roman Catholic hold cite in the French pyrenees. A Large Bronze statue of Pontius Pilate sitting in judgement on Christ was shattered by a powerful charge of dynamite in the 2 . Blast. Fragments of the figure which weighed almost 500 Kilt rams. Were hurled 200 metres. $100,000 paid to abductors Florence. Italy apr kidnappers freed Mode Ludovica Rangoni Machiavelli after her family paid a Ransom of More than . Her father said Friday. The 24-year-old descendant of Renaissance writer and statesman Niccolo Machiavelli was released at Midnight thursday night at a Highway service station outside Florence. She had been held for three months in a tent in the Woods police said. Her father. Marquis Niccolo Ala Chiavelli told reporters he paid More than in Ransom but refused to give an exact figure. Oil Pou Ilion threat eases town Reuter a maritime officials said Friday they believe the threat of an Oil pollution disaster to South Africa s Atlantic coast from the wrecked Spanish supertanker Castillo de Bellver is Over. Port officials said unseasonal southerly winds that sprang up the Day after the spill a week ago. Forcing a huge Oil sick away from Shore Are continuing. The ships owner and South african government and maritime officials Are debating Whai to do with the Bow Section which is still afloat l2u nautical Miles out with an estimated 60,000 tonnes of of. Lightning damages obelisk Rome apr a a lightning twit hit the top of the 3,000-year-old egyptian obelisk in Rome s Piazza Del Poppio on Friday scattering Many fragments and causing a a incalculable artistic damage to the Monument the fire chief said. No injuries were reported. Police and firefighters diverted cars and pedestrians from the site after lightning hit the Monument during a rainstorm. Six cars a Ere hit by the fragments which flew 25 to 35 metres from the Monument officials said. The obelisk was brought from Egypt to Rome in the second centum. Dec. U was placed in the circus Maximus in and 10 to commemorate the Conquest of Egypt by emperor Augustus. Pope Sixtus v placed it m Piazza Del Poppio in 1589. Deep voice rated highly London a up a the deeper the voice the the Man. At least that is what a Survey in new Magazine Saj a. Glenn Wilson a researcher at London s Institute of psychiatry interviewed -350 professional opera singers in London asking them to rate their emotional characteristics and talk about their love lives. His conclusion is that baritones Are More attractive to women than tenors. The new scientist suggests baritones have a higher sex drive because they have More of the male sex hormone testosterone. Murder charge denied los Angeles a the Man accused of the baseball Bat slaying of Model Vicki Morgan pleaded not guilty and not guilty by reason of insanity Friday and a judge ordered psychiatrists to examine him. A tentative dec 5 trial Date was set after Marvin Pancoast 33, rubbing his Mustache and bouncing on his toes before Superior court judge David Horowitz waived his right to trial within 60 Days. Horowitz appointed two psychiatrists to examine Pancoast and determine his competency to stand trial in the july 7 slaying of Morgan longtime mistress of a ate department store heir a Fred Bloomingdale caretaker plans to run for Council Ron Batsford a local High school caretaker involved in civic affairs will announce he is running for aldermen at a press conference tuesday. A spokesman said Friday George Armitt said Batsford. Who was unavailable for comment Friday will explain his Campaign platform at that time. Batsford president of the Westminster neighbourhood association ran unsuccessfully in the 1980 Alderman in race. He has had past experience in labor organizations. The City s economic development advisor Board and the United Way. In court plea reserved on sex charges a 40-year-old British Columbia Man. Charged with sexual assault and three weapons offences Reser de election and plea Friday. Ivan Hopp will appear thursday to answer to charges stemming from a sexual assault earlier this month on a cite woman Possession of a weapon using an offensive weapon and Possession of unregistered restricted weapon. Bail set last week at a $10,000 property Bond or surety has not been paid. Illegal swim proves costly four City persons who entered the Westminster swimming Pool while it was closed were fined s75 each Friday in provincial court. A this kind of thing has to be discouraged Quot said judge Martin Hoyt. A one of these Days someone is going to drown if a lifeguard is not present a Richard Robinson Sheila Egeland Lorraine Thompson and Nelson Keewatin pleaded guilty to entering the Pool last week after it had closed for the night. In another matter David Dykslag was also fined for swimming at a Pool that was closed a a

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