Lethbridge Herald, May 30, 1989, Page 2

Lethbridge Herald

May 30, 1989

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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1989, Lethbridge, Alberta A2 THE LETHBRItXJE HERALD Tuwdiy. ktay M, Births, Deaths, In Memoriams, Cards of Thanks [Birth SCOTT Dallas is tickled pink to announce the arrival of his new lit'Je sister JESSICA AMANDA. Born May 10, 1989 weighing 7 pounds, 1 ounce. Proud parents are Dean and Made- leine Scott. DeHEER Jack and Laura DeHeer are proud to announce the arrival of their first child, a son, GARTH JACK, weighing seven pounds two ounces. Proud grandparents are Jerry and Coby UeHeer of Lethbridge and Ankie KohJer of the Netherlands. A special thank you to Dr. Sommerfeldt and the maternity staff at the Regional Hos- pital. Insured. HOYTOS KALAU Rob and Barb are happy to announce the birth of their first child a son, JEFFERY ROBERT. He was born on May 21, 1989 at p.m. weighing 7 pounds, 2 ounces. Proud grandparents are Doris Kalau, Les Hoytos, Al Kalau, and Bonnie Hoytos. Great grandmothers are Helen Hoytos, Jennie Thompson and Martha Kalau. Special thanks to Drs. Maureen and David Topps and all the staff at Bor- der Counties General Hospital, Milk River A.B. Insured. AUCOIN Richard and Denise are proud to announce the arrival of their.first born. MORGAN JOSEPH was born May at p.m. at the Leth- bridge Regional Hospital, weighing 7 pounds 7 ounces. Proud grandparents are Len and Claudia Murrin of Mississauga, Ontario, and Joseph and Harriet Aucoin of Belle Cote, Cape Brilian, Nova Scotia. Many thanks go to Dr. Lynn Morgan, Dr. Stan Davey and nursing staff of the Lethbridge Regional Hospital. Insured. ANDREKSON (COLLINS) Passed away in Vancouver on Sunday, May 28, 1989, MRS. SALLY ANDREKSON at the age of 87 years, of Vancouver, B.C., beloved wife of the late Mr. George John Andrekson. Funeral Arrangements to be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. FUNERAL CHAPELS LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. Phone BEKGLUND Passed away in Lethbridge on Thursday, May 25, 1989, MRS. FLORENCE MARTHA (DOLLY) BERGLUND, at the age of 83 years, of the Lethbridge Auxiliary Hospital, heloved wife of the late Mr. Oliver Berglund Cremation. A Memorial Service will be held at P.M., on Wednes- day, May 31, 1989 in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel. 703 13 Street North with Canon Allan McCuaig official ing. In lieu of flowers those who wish may donate to the Alzheimer Society, 101C 20 Street South, Lethbridge, Alberta, TlK 2C9. MARTIN BROS. FUNERAL CHAPELS LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. Phone 328-2361. CAMPBELL On Sunday, May MRS. CONNIE LENORE CAMPBELL of Kamloops B.C. passed away at the age of 59 years. Born in Calgary on May 6, 1930, Connie has been a resident of Kam- loops for over 30 years She and her former husband Carl Bley were fos- ter parents to 23 children. In 1982 she married Merv Camp- bell. She is survived by her loving husband Merv, (wo sons Mike (Betty) of Coaldale and Alan of Kamloops; one daughter Lori of Lethbridge; four step sons Murray (Janie) of Fort McMurray; Randy (Chris) of Cran- brook; Gary (Brenda) of Penticton; and Larry (Aimee) of Barriere B C. and 10 grandchildren. Canon N.II. Atkinson will conduct a service of rememberance in MacLEOD'S FUNERAL CHAPEL, Kamloops B C. on Wednesday May 31, at a.m. Should friends so desire donations to the Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Society (A.L.S.) would be appreciated in memory of Connie. GAYOWSKY Passed away in Lethbridge on Monday May 29, 1089.MRS. WARWAHA -VEHA" GAYOWSKY at the age of 84 years, beloved wife of Mr. John Gayowsky of 1314 7 Street North, Lclhbridge, Alberta Funeral arrangements to be announced when completed. MARTINS BROS. FUNERAL CHAPELS LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service, ['hone 328-2361. SCOTT KATHER1NE TURNER SCOTT, wife of Irving G. passed away in Vancouver, B.C. on May 15, 1989 at the age of CO years, after a short Mines. She is survived by her loving fam- ily; husband Irvine, Md daughter Deborah, twin of Vancouver, mother, Anne Turner, of Raymond, Alberta and sister Barbara Williams, of St. George, Utah She was predeceased by her finer J. Orrin Turner and her brother. Keith S. Turner. Kathcrme was horn and raised in Raymond. When she maric-d she moved lo Vancouver, where she lived Ihe remainder of her life. Internmcnl and private services were held in Vancouver. KIMERY MR. JOSEPH KIMERY 0 passed away at the Foot hills Hospital, Calgary, on May 17 1989 at the age of years. He Is survived by one daughter Donna and her husband Larry Camp- bell of Las Vegas, Nevada; two sons and their wives, Bill and Patricia of Calgary, Barry and Sharon of Leth bridge; five grandchildren, Jin Campbell of Edmonton, Kelly an the street name wore a white suit and gold jewelry and rode around in a black Cadillac or a Lincoln to keep track of the group's 10 prosti- tutes. The 30-year-old St. Catharines. OnL, resident "is a professional con artist who thinks he is Ihe greatest sex gift on earth to district court Judge George Ferguson said during the sen- tencing for nine prostitution-related convictions Phillips's brother. Richard Phillips, 38, of Peterborough, Ont., received four years in jail for his six convictions involving Ihe group. Alexander Amonsen, 23, of Toronto, received two years less a day for his role as the chauffeur and for five convictions involving living on the avails of prostilu- lion and controlling prostitutes. Horace Watson, 24. of Toronto, received six months and was put on pro- bation for Iwo years for two convictions involving the group. "Each (of these men) has been con- victed of being a pimp and society does not look kindly on thai Fer- guson said. "A pimp is a parasite who controls women and plies (hem with alcohol and drugs until she becomes impendent on him, while holding on lo the delusions she is being protected." Police estimated the men were mak- ing flO.OM a week from the prostilules from August until October 1987. ;