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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< David of Calgary, and Michael anc Michelle of Lethbridge. He is also survived by two sisters, Rose Wat son of Kelowna, B.C. and Margaret Beatlie of Cochrane, Alberta. Mr. Kimery was predeceased by his wife Joyce in 1966. A special thanks to Unit 47 of the Foothills Hospital and Dr. L. McLeod for their care and kindness to both Joe and his family. A private family Memorial Service was held at FOSTER'S GARDEN CHAPEL on Saturday, May 27, 1989. Bishop James L. Toone, officiated. FOSTER'S GARDEN CHAPEL FUNERAL HOME, 540 16 Avenue N.W., Calgary, Directors. Phone 289-1944. "A Guardian Plan Chapel." LITVAK Steve age 62 years of Calgary passed away May The Plumbers and Pipefitters of Local extend their deepest sym- pathy. LOGAN MR. CHARLES (EARL) LOGANol Lelhbridge, passed away May efe after a lengthy illness at Jgk the age of 81 years. tWl He is survived by his lov ing wife Ruby; five chit dren: Darlene (George) Woo of Leth bridge, Earl Oliver (Jean) ol Nanaimo, B.C., Charles Howard (Val) of Nanaimo, B.C., Karen (Klaas) Giesbrecht of Port Alberni, B.C., Sharon Labreque of Leth- bridge; 18 grandchildren and one great grandchild; one sister, Mrs. Alice Ashmead; and many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his daugh- ter Ruby Joy in 1939; his parents; four brothers: James Francis, Wil- liam Reilly, Frederick Clifford, Alton Gerald; and two sisters: Jenny Rodi- minski and Margaret Petersen. Earl, as he was known to most peo- ple, was born in Osgood, Ontario on May 30, 1907, to William John and Alice Sara Logan. The family moved to Lethbridge when he was a young child travelling with a harvest excur- sion train at the age of four years. He was an avid horseman in his early years, training horses and running a draying operation for 15 years in the early 30's. He married Ruby Howard Oliver on January 16, 1937, and they ran a small farm. He joined the Armed Force's April and was stationed in Camp Borden, Ontario. Later he worked at Advance Lumber, the C.P.R. and various carpentry jobs. In his later years he was a land- scape gardener until he retired. He was also a member of the Royal Canadian Legion. Earl's great contri- bution to life was that he was a warm hearted, generous, caring person lo his family and friends. Friends may meet the family al Chrislensen Salmon Fukeral Home, 327 10 Street South, on Tuesday. May 30, 1989 from 7 to 8 p.m., or on Wednesday, May 31, 1989 from 2 to p.m. prior to the service at the church. Funeral Services will be held at the Church of Jesus Christ of Lal- ter-Day Sainls. 2223 6 Avenue A Norlh, on Wednesday, May at 3 p.m., with Bishop James Holladay officiating. Interment will follow in the Mountain View Cemetery. Arrangements in care of CKRISTENSCN SALMON FUNERAL HOME, 327 10 Street South, telephone 329-1888. NARUSIS MR. TONY NARUSIS of Red Deer, passed away at the Red Deer Regional Hospital, on May 27, 1989 at the age of 88 years, following a short illness. Tony was born on Jecember in Lithuania. He came to Canada in his early 20's and settled in the Lcth- hridge area where he was employed in the coal mines. He is survived by one son, Bill and his wife Ruth, and a grandson Nathan, all of Red Deer. Arrangements in care of EVENTIDE FUNERAL CHAPELS, 4930 54 Street, Red Deer. Phone 1-347-2222. STEWART passed away in Lethbridge on Monday May 29lh, 1989, MRS. BEATRICE STEWART al the age of 66 years, beloved wife of Mr. Andrew Stewart of 1109 16th Street Norlh, Lclhbridge, Albcrla. Funeral Arrangements lo be announced when completed MARTIN BROS. FUNERAL CHAPELS LTD., Dircclors of Ihe Funeral Service. Phone LEAVITT MR. KENNETH LEAVITT 0 Taber, beloved husband of Mrs. Ellen Leavilt, passed away in Taber on May 27.19M at the age of 08 yean. Besides hit loving wife, Ellen, he is also survived by three sons: Ken (Pat) of Magrath, Larry (Maralyn of Calgary, Randy (Shauna) of Leth bridge; one daughter, Cindy (Loren Johnson of Barn well; 19 grandchild ren and two great grandchildren. Hi is also survived by his Mel vln and Sarah of Cardston; three brothers: Archie Cleve Delynn three sisters his twin, Edith (Grant) Ackroyd, Lor raine (Harvey-deceased) Cardwell Neva (Leroy) Hemmingway; a sis ter-in-law Edna Leavitt; and many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his brother Stanley of Orem, Utah. Ken was bom on August 3, 1920 al Leavitt, Alberta. He married Ellen Kathaleen Cook on September in the Cardston Temple, and they resided at Hartley and Glenwood before moving to Taber in 1967 where they have resided ever since. Ken was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints throughout his life. He was a veteran of the Second World War, serving in Jamaica and Europe. He was an hon- est and hard working friend lo all and uplifted everyone who knew him. Ken will be fondly remembered and missed by his many loved ones Funeral Services will be held at the Taber, L.D.S. Stake Chapel, on Wednesday, May 31, 1989 at 2 p.m. with Bishop Alan B. Shaw officiating. Friends may meet the family from to p.m. prior to the service. Interment to follow in the Taber Memorial Gardens. Arrangements in care of CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME, 327 10 Street South, Lethbridge, telephone 329-1888. MacKENZIE Passed away in Lethbridge on Saturday, May 28, 1989, MR. DONALD GEORGE MacKENZIE, at the age of 77 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Etta MacKenzie of 1727 16 Avenue South, Lethbridge. Bom, raised and educated in Van- couver the late Mr. MacKenzie worked for BC Electric in Vancouver for 10 years prior to joining the Department of Transport in 1942. Don went to Watson Lake with the Depart- ment and later to Norman Wells as station manager, then to Edmonton in 1945. He was married to Etta Grant in 1946 In Edmonton. They lived in Yel- lowknife, Whitecourt, Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, and then came to Lethbridge in 1968 where Don retired from the Department of Transport in 1976. He has continued lo reside here until his passing. Don was a lifetime member of the Lethbridge Tennis Club. Besides his loving wife, Etta, Don is survived by one son, Donald R. MacKenzie of Whitehorse, Yukon Territory; and two grandchildren. He was predeceased by a son, Stuart, in 1982, and a sisler, Irene Twisl in 1988. A Funeral Service will be held al 3 p.m., on Wednesday, May 31, 1989 in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel. 70313 Street North with Reverend Larry D. Hankinson officiating. Cremation lo follow. No flowers by requesl. Those who wish may donate to a charity of their own choice. MARTIN BROS. FUNERAL CHAPELS LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. Phone 328-2361. THEROUX Passed away in Coaldale on Sunday, May 28, 1989, MRS. ANN THEROUX, at the age of 41 years, beloved wife of Mr. Albert Theroux of Coaldale. Born in Oosterbierem, Netherlands on January Ann and her fam- ily came to Canada in 1951. They resided in Edmonton where Ann was raised and educated. Anne was mar- ried lo Al in 1966. They lived in Forl Saskalchewan before moving to Leth bridge in 1974. In 1979, Al and Ann moved with their family to an acre age east of Coaldale where she has resided until her meeting with Ihe Lord. Ann had may loves and interests, one of which was working with and arranging flowers. She also drove a school bus and very much enjoyed ihe children Her firsl priorily in life was ler Lord. She served him faithfully donating her time for Live-Ins and lelping people in need. Another one of Ann's joys was spending as much as was possible with her daughters. Ann will be missed by all who knew her. Besides her loving husband, Al, Ann is survived by Iwo daughters, Cindy (Dan) Whenham of Coaldale and Charlollc (Peter) Wamsteeker of ..ethbridge; her grandchild, Samantha Whenham of Coaldale; her parents Mr. and Mrs. Fokema of Edmonton; two brothers, Mr. Kees Darlene) Fokema of Red Deer and Mr. Jake (Colleen) Fokema of Sdmonton; her nieces, Heidi and Betty Ann Fokema, as well as her nephews, David and Rick Fokema. Prayers will be said al p.m., j m Tuesday, May 30, 1989 in SI. Ambrose Roman Catholic Church, 513 23 Avenue, Coaldale. The Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10 .m.. on Wednesday, May 31, 1989 in it. Ambrose Roman Catholic Church, 'oaldale, with Father Bryan Frank, Falher Richard Theroux and Falher Claire Watrin co-celebrants. Inter- ment will follow in the Coaldale 'emelery. MARTIN BROS. FUNERAL IHAPELS LTD., Directors of the 'uneral Service. Phone 328-2361. 'Card of VANDER WOUDE "Though my flesh and heart ma fail, God is the strength of my hear and my portion forever." Psalm DENA VANDER WOUDE passe away in Lethbridge on May at the age of 79 years. Born In Monarch on May 31, ltd Dena Postman lived in the Monarc and La Glace areas of Alberta durin her childhood and youth. She marrle Ralph Vander Woude In 1936, an they settled on a farm west of Noble ford where they lived until 1984. Afte a brief slay at Rose Butte Apartment in Nobleford, ill health necessitated move to Southland Nursing Home am finally to the Auxiliary Hospita where she has resided until he Dena enjoyed rural living, espe dally her gardening; and also lookei forward to visits from her children and grandchildren. Dena is survived by her loving hus band, Ralph, and four children: Jane (Glen) Boelema, Chad, Shawn, Kara and Keith of Grand Rapids, Michi gan; Tony (Sue) Vander Woude Bret, Brady and Sara of Thornhill Ontario; Clint (Sharon) Vander Woude, Jodi, Jed and Jillian of Noble ford; and Carolyn (Steve) Boxum Tara, Joel and Ian of Abbotsford B.C. She is also survived by one brother, John Postman, and two sis ters, Hendrika Hofman and Mary Nieboer. She was predeceased by an infant son, John Lawrence in 1937; and 13 brothers and sisters. Interment will take place at p.m., on Wednesday, May 31, 1989 in Cemetery. A Memorial Service will follow at 2 p.m., in the Nobleford Christian Reformed Church with Reverend Harry Bierman officiating. MARTIN BROS. FUNERAL CHAPELS LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. Phone 328-2361. VEJPRAVA MRS. ALICE MARIE VEJPRAVA passed away peacefully after a cou rageous battle with cancer at the Foothills Hospital, Calgary at the age of 62 years. She is survived by her loving hus band, Roy; her two sons: Gord anc his wife Shelby, Haig and his wife Janice; as well as four grandchild ren, Jennifer, Josh, Kaylyn and Tyler. Also surviving is her mother Marie and two brothers, George Jette and Jack Jette. Alice was an avid curler and sports- woman. She participated in the Cana- dian Senior Ladies Curling Champi- onships and was voted All Star Lead n the 1984 Championship. Alice gra- duated from the Holy Cross Hospital Ichool of Nursing in 1948. She then moved to the Crowsnest Pass where ihe met and married Roy. She was an iperating room nurse and assistant matron at the Crowsnest Municipal Hospital. She then returned to Cal- gary and served as the co-ordinator of nursing at the Holy Cross Hospital. Funeral Services were held at Fos- er's Garden Chapel, 540 16 Avenue N.W., Calgary, today, May 30, 1989 110 a.m. If friends so desire, memo- rial tributes may be made Lo the Tom laker Cancer Fund, 133129 St. N.W., algary, T2N 4N2, FOSTER'S GARDEN CHAPEL 'UNERAL HOME, Directors. Phone 289-1944. 'Happy ails fr HAPPY 15th Ian Love, R.W.M.Y. ANDERSON We would like to express our inccre thanks to Mr. Slan Maxwell of Maxwell Larson and Co. for donal- ng his efforts to the schdlarship fund n memory of Hilary Anderson. Peter and Elaine Anderson and Craig Anderson. HAPPY Thought we'd miss you? LOVE, Your Family HAPPY BIRTHDAY Mary Vazari Your Loving Family ASTAPHAN Astaphan admits to 'false statement9 TORONTO (CP) Ben Johnson's doctor admitted today he drifted and ligned a "false statement" for the International Olympic Commit- tee after the sprinter failed a drug test that cut him a gold medal at the Seoul Gamea. Dr. Jamie Aitaphan, in nil fifth day on the staid at the Dubin inquiry, buck- led under a barrage of questions con- cerning his ethical behavior in adminis- tering steroids to Johnson and other athletes. A lawyer for the Ontario College of Physicians and Surgeons asked Asta- phan whether he lied when he signed the statement intended to be a complete list it did not include steroids of medi- cations he had given Johnson since he began treating him in 1963 "It doesn't include replied Astaphan, 43. "It is clearly a pressed lawyer Julian Porter. "It's a false Astaphan conceded. When was the last lime you read the Hippocralic oath? asked Porter. "Many years replied the doctor who got his medical degree at the Uni- versity of Toronto but sold his practice in the city in 1986 and returned to his native Caribbean island of St. Kilts. Where's the part in the oath about helping athletes cheat? added Porter, a well-known Toronto trial lawyer who once headed the city's transit commis- sion. "The line about 'to the best of my abil- ity and replied Astaphan. "According to my ability and judgment it was preventive medicine... I wanted them not to get sick and they would harm themselves by getting the steroid elsewhere if I didn't treat them." Under intense questioning, the doctor insisted time and again he warned his athlete-patients of the serious side- effects of long-term steroid use. At one point, one of Astaphan's law- yers reminded the commission that this was not a disciplinary hearing. The college, the governing body for doctors in the province empowered to revoke a doctor's licence announced an investigation of Astaphan and issued a strong anti-steroid directive soon after the scandal broke in Seoul last Septem- ber The exchange with Porter came a day after Astaphan said he would have have told Canadian team officials Johnson used steroids if they had asked him in Seoul. "I don't think they really wanted to Astaphan testified Monday dur- ing his fourth day under oath at a fed- eral inquiry. "You weren't going to tell them you'd been giving Mr. Johnson steroids since asked a skeptical Mr. Justice Charles Dubin, who heads the commis- sion. "Why wouldn't 1 tell said Astaphan, insisting no Canadian team official asked him. "You would have told them all these.. athletes were on steroid programs for all these Dubin asked. He said he would have told Dr. Bill Stanish, the Canadian team's chief med- ical officer "If he had asked me in Seoul after Ben tested positive twice sure." f It HUCULIAK Loved, Remembered and Missed, husband, father, grand- father and great grandfather who left us suddenly on May 30th, 1985. "Three Li llle Words" Forget Me Nol. They don'l seem much, But they mean a lot. Days when we were all together, Will linger in our hearts forever. Margarel, son Nick 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.
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