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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1998, Lethbridge, Alberta A2 the Lethbridge Herald saturday january 10, 1998 1220 Choc after my Donicht with Blair Carner Fyk Zetwo information to Start your Day the Only station that everyone Ana Cree on the South s top activities today and tomorrow Lara Bertsch a University of Lethbridge student will perform on trumpet at 8 . Today in the u of l recital Hall. Details 329-2304. Julie Amundsen will give a cello recital accompanied by pianist Elinor Lawson at . Saturday in the Stem Dale Bennett theatre. It will Fea Ture works by Bach Boccherini and Schumann. Admission is free. Deer predators will be the topic of a nature walk at 2 . Sunday at the Helen Schuler Coulee Centre. The Lethbridge Herald s Spring wedding festival featuring More than 45 exhibitors will be held from noon to 5 . Sunday at the Lethbridge exhibition Pavilion. Fashion shows will be held at and . Admission is free. The Lethbridge symphony association will hold its Young artists Competition at 2 . Sunday in the Sterndale Bennett theatre. Admission is free. Details 328-6808. A scavenger Hunt for children in grades 4 and up will be held from 1 to 4 . Sunday at the gait museum. The topic is related to the new exhibit Cele Brating the 125th anniversary of the Royal Canadian mounted police. Also new for 1998 Are the museum s hours. It is open from 10 . To 5 . Daily and extends that to 8 . Wednesdays. This helpful Calendar of events is brought to you by 0 Lethbridge Imok Mion link 320-4242 Iii int Iho i to Herald photo by Deion Shurtz family says goodbye friends and family of Clarence Arland Reil and Marlene Joyce Mackeage mourned at their funeral. Family Community say Farewell to Loving couple by Delon Shurtz Lethbridge Herald Magrath Fred Reil or. Says the unusual deaths of his younger brother and wife remind him of the Story line in one of his favorite operas. Speaking at the Friday funeral of Clarence Arland Reil and Marlene Joyce Mackeage Fred Reil compared the tragic demise of lie couple to the Story of an ethiopian Princess who Falls in love with the Leader of the country s army. Because such a relationship is politically improper the Man is sentenced to death by being buried alive. But before the door to his Tomb is sealed the Princess slips in to be with him and the two die together. The opera ends with an aria which describes the death of the Princess and her Lover and tells How they walk hand in hand into Fred said he believes his brother and his wife also walked together into Eler Nily. The Sangudo Alta. Couple died monday in their bed after being asphyxiated by fumes from their car which was running in the garage directly below the bedroom. Police continue to investigate the deaths and remain unsure Why the couple s vehicle was running. The ignition key was still on the Gas Lank empty and he Battery dead. Police Don t suspect foul play and family members have ruled out suicide. For the past 18 months Clarence was principal of san Gudo s High school and Marlene was a housewife who helped raise the couple s four sons. Sangudo is Northwest of Edmonton on Highway 43. Before Sangudo the couple lived in Hanna. Their funeral was held in Magrath where Clarence was born and raised before meeting Marlene in the mid 1960s in Edmonton. George Reil also an older brother said in his biography and tribute the deeply religious couple lived a full if Short life. Clarence was 55 and Marlene 56. He told a congregation of family and friends How mar Lene who was Horn in Edmonton took seriously her calling in life to be a Mother. But she also substituted Tor her husband affectionately called Arlie during his Days of leaching. She was an avid Reader and loved puzzles one of which i m sure was George said jokingly. He described Arlie s love of sports particularly Basket Ball and said he often devoted extra time to his career. Made a lot of contributions beyond the Call of George noted the couple who were members of the Church of Jesus Christ of latter Day saints lived their religion faithfully and were called Home. Photo radar traps operated by the Lethbridge police service can be found at the following locations today South part Ulde drive Highway 4 South report o is your Pel missing or have you q found a stray missing its owner Why not try the Herald free lost pal report. Just Call the newsroom at o 328-4411 328-4418 after give o is the particulars of the animal in o o question ant Well get it in the next q q Day s newspaper. Q lost about january 7th in the Taber area a mule Papillion named whiskey. Rust coloured Black nose White Chest marking. Has a Black Collar with a rabies tag. Phone 223-3938. A Small very sly five year old has gone missing. Snoopy wandered away from his Luke View area Home Friday. He is wearing a Collar White Ami Sable in color. If you find this Little Guy Call 320-1158. A Black persian cat has been wandering the area of 18 Street North Between 5 Ami 6 avenues for the past few months. The cat has several White streaks on its Chest. If this is your cat Call 327-8847. Two Large Saint Bernards have turned up at a farm on tote colitis Highway East of 43 Street just outside the City. The dogs Don t have lags. If the pair is yours please Call 380-3401. Wedding show set for sunday continued from Ai while people Are browsing they la have a Chance to win one of the More than in door prizes being Given away. The grand prize is a trip for two to Las vegas. Also part of the fun will be a balloon drop. Catch a balloon and receive a prize. The show is open to the Public unlike Oiler wedding shows which Are by invitation Only. The Herald holds two weddings shows a year the second will he held in september. Both Are organized by Ellie Peters of . Communications and Herald advertising coordinator Kim Boehr. Gambling takes victims to Edge continued from Al she had started writing bad cheques family relationships were strained and she was tired of lying of being found out and also of not being found out. It became a menial illness at that Point where you re afraid of then came the critical moment when Anne decided she did t want to Gamble any More and started seeking help. She began counselling with Sadac and attending gamblers Anonymous which she still does at least twice a week. One key to Anne s recovery has been learning How to Deal with anxiety and stress in healthy rather than compulsive ways. These Days she no longer visits the palaces of her temptation nor does she Gamble at All even for coins at Home. I feel she says. "1 feel a Freedom and a serenity that i be never experienced in my Anne re employed since her Job loss in another position credits family members and friends Tor giving her such Strong support. And although she admits it s a loaded question for a compulsive Gambler and she s aware Only a minority of gamblers develop gambling problems she does have qualms about the use of gambling revenues i or support of charitable causes. I think that like everything used properly gambling is not an All out evil thing. For the peo ple who use gambling for entertainment Only 1 think it s Fine and it docs help charities there s Nodo Ubl about however Anne thinks it s confusing Lor organizations that help gambling addicts to have to justify use of gambling Revenue. One organization helps gambling addicts yet participates in Hingos to help raise funds she says. Anne does t fee comfortable with the Reliance of other organizations on gambling Revenue either Given the ferocious effects gambling Addic Tion can have on individuals families and communities. I the government needs to raise taxes to pro vide some More Money to Chur Taole organizations i d be fire with Lylial. But 1 think for them to use Money at the expense of human lives is really a former Green acres assistant still awaiting her fraud trial bookkeeping problems were discovered at the Green acres foundation almost two years ago. The fraud trial stemming from those irregularities has yet to see reality. A irial Date was expected to be set Friday in Lethbridge provincial court for Dorothy Ann and Bryan Lee Clements. Both were charged with theft Over and fraud Over in August of 1996. Difficulties in scheduling arose again however and plans now Call for a trial Date to he set Jan. 21. Both have yet to enter a plea. Defence lawyer Greg Maxwell said the trial will Likely take two weeks to Complete. Lethbridge City police began its investigation after the Green acres Board noticed something wrong with its financial records in january of 1996. It was eventually discovered some was missing. Dorothy Clements was formerly an executive assistant for Green acres which manages Sev eral seniors lodges and Manors and her Hus band had been working under contract for the foundation. In addition to the criminal trial the Green acres foundation also launched a civil suit against the Clements and several other parties All for More than in damages apiece. Also named in the suit last february were Don Lebaron As Well As Young Parkyn Mcnab and co. And partner George virtue. Lebaron joined Green acres in 1960 and served As executive director from 1968 to 1995. Young Parkyn Mcnab was hired to audit the foundation s financial statements from 1990 to 1995. That suit has yet to reach the trial stage either. Lucky lotteries pick super seven 23, 24, Bonus 43 extra 5925765 building Boom fuelled by houses continued from Ai Mcmullen admits 1997 new Home starts considerably exceeded his expectations. And for the new year he s issued a conservative estimate of 275. It could go to 325 this he says. And if it shelter than thai the City in t counting on Home construction in its bid to set an All time construction record Dur ing 1998, however. Mcmullen says a wide Range of projects from a million Start on the pork processing Plant to a million Plant addition at Ellison Mills will fuel that growth. Other major projects on the books include a new million facility for the St. Michael s to health care Centre about million for the new City Hall and from to 10 million for a new West Lethbridge shopping mall. Phases two and three of Medican s latest con Dominium project River Ridge could add another million. And a 120-room Green acres retire ment Centre would mean another million in construction. Mcmullen says there could be still More. You hear rumours and stories hut until we gel something Concrete sve re not sure it s going to at the Lethbridge Home builders association manager Bryan Matthews says cily officials could be Over cautious in estimating i998 s new Home starts. I think Well he in inc area of 325, 330" or More he says. That s still a number the Industry can easily Home construction has grown from eight to 20 percent in recent years mall hews says. And i think it will keep going that Way. There s nothing that indicates anything negative thai steady growth makes Lethbridge an Ideal location to invest in a new Home mall hews says. It s almost like a relic cent Foo May j Cloudy Lee it High wind Cryst it Chin ice fog Sunset Omuhr 452 Eye on Southern How to use the map Axa Lethbridge of -35a28 Sunn ice crystals Waterton Ica fog Cloudy synopsis Southern Alberta a Coke r Pool of Arctic air will make its Way southward irom the Yukon Over the next Twenty four hours. This Means Cloud cover or not minus thirty degree values will be common across All regions. Any movement of air with these values will give very High wind Chil i. So if you Are planning to venture out caution is advised. This weather pattern shows Little change for sunday. Highway Monet at Call Alberta motor association at 3m-Tmi today i Saurd High 1 3 f Tobt nor Masih -2 Ymir by pm gel -23 Raefort Low Kitty i Notum pm Tow -35 Snow Tom them precipitation my 24 How 10 5 . Trace

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