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ClassiEed Section Phone 569-1100 Monday thru Friday, 8:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m.. Sundays, 5:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m. Closed All Day Saturday 37 The Leader-Post Regina, Saskatchewan Thursday, November 13, 1980 10 IN MEMORIAM 1 DEATH NOTICE 1 DEATH NOTICE 1 DEATH NOTICE 10 IN MEMORIAM 70 PERSONAL 1 DEATH NOTICE 70 PERSONAL MEMBER OF THE CANADIAN PRESS AAA TREE, Yard, Garden Service. Anything, Everything. Call 522 8839.

MAST EL Wednesday, November 12, 1980, Mrs. Katherlne Mastel age 75 AA Have Vi ton for hauling, clean up lobs, rototllllng. Phone 337 0246. BENZ Robert (Bob), beloved husband of Marian and father of Anne and Robert, passed away at Wollaston Lake. on November 11, 1980 after a long Illness.

In lieu of flowers, his family would appreciate donations to the Canadian Cancer Society. AIR furnace cleaning and heating repair, filter, fan, motor, humidifier, thermostat. Phone 352-5589. The Conadion Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or to The Associated Press or Reuter in this paper and olso the local news published herein. ATTENTION: Interested elderly lady(s), or female Invalid(s) needing come in, davtlme, companion housekeeper, contact M.

Wilcox at 352-6537 before 10 or from 4-5: 30. SZTREBULA In loving memory of my husband John, wtto passed away November 13, 1978. Beside your grave I often stand With heart both crushed and sore. Silent till the sweet words come, "Not tost, but gone before." God knows how much I miss you, He counts the tears I shed. And whispers, "He only sleeps.

Your loved one Is not dead." So I'll be brave, dear John. And pray to Cod each dav. And when He calls me home to Your smile will guide the way. So sadly missed and always remembered bv hh) wife Phyllis. SMITH Lyle Smith, who passed away at Moosomln Union Hospital, Monday, November 10, 1980, In her 83rd year.

She was the daughter of pioneers A.S. Smith and Catherine Smith. She is survived by one sister, Clarice of Moo-'somln, two brothers: Grant of Regina and Harvey of Lethbrldge, two nephews and two nieces. She was predeceased bv one brother, Huntly. The service will be held at 3:30 p.m., Friday, Nov.

14 at G.R. Carscadden Funeral Chapel in Moosomln, Sask. Interment will be made In Moosomln South Cemetery. Rev. Sheina Smith AMYOTTE In memory of Albert Joseph Amyotte, who passed away November 13, 197S.

Do not stand at my grave and weep, I am not there, I do not sleep. I am a thousand winds that blow I am the diamond glints on snow I am the sunlight on ripened grain I am the gentle autumn's rain. When I awaken In the morning, hush, I am the swift uplifting rush Of quiet birds in circled flight. I am the soft stars that shine at night, Do not stand at my grave and cry, I am not there, I did not die. Always missed and remembered by wife Rhoda, Patsy, Lucl, Manny, Ranee, Charm and Blanche.

LARSON On Wednesday, November 12, 1980, Lennart Walfrld Larson, Broadview, In his 59th year. The funeral service will be held in St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Broadview, on Saturday, Nov. 15, 1980 at 10:30 a.m. Officiant The Rev.

Steven Tannahlll. Interment In Broadview Cemetery. Predeceased bv his first wife. Vivian, Lennart is survived bv his second wife, Cheryl, a daughter, Mrs. Dave (Judi) Koons, Langlev, B.C., two grandchildren: Arnle and Lianne, two brothers: Everett, Portland, U.S.A., and Leslie, Denver, U.S.A.

Arrangements In care of the Tubman Funeral Home. years, late of 2055 Atkinson St. Predeceased by her husband, Ben In 1964, a grandson. Curt and two sisters: Lena Simmons and Maggie Keller, Mrs. Mastel Is survived by three daughters: Mrs.

E. (Evelyn) Rychlo and Mrs. G. (Helen) Id-dell, both of Bengough, and Mrs. R.

(Rose) Starkebaum of Regina, three sons: John of Victoria, Ron and Ray, both of Regina, 13 grandchildren, four great-grandchildren, five sisters: Mrs. Evelyn Lang, Mrs. Irene Wiebe, Mrs. Mary Nelson, Mrs. Helen Miller -end Mrs.

Bernlce Pahl, one brother, Clem Folk and numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral service will be held Friday, Nov. 14, 1980 al 10:00 a.m. in St. Mary's R.C.

Church with Rev. A. Ulrlch officiating. Interment In Regina Memorial Gardens. Prayers will be held Thursday, Nov.

13, 1980 at 7:00 p.m. In Speers Funeral Chapel. Subscription Rates Bv carrier delivery in Saskatchewan 51.15 per week (suggested) Mall Subscription Rates In Saskatchewan 1 year $85.00 6 months $42.00 3 months $21 .50 1 month $7.50 Sat. Only, yearly $18.00 In Canada I year $90.00 6 months $44.00 3 months $24.00 I month $8.50 Sat. Only, yearly $18.00 International 1 year $234.00 (Subscription $51, Postage $183) 1 month $19.50 (Subscription $4.50, Postage $15.25) Sat.

Only, yearly $60.00 (Subscription $875, Postage $51.25) AIR MAIL RATES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST BUCKLEY On Tuesday, November 11, 1980, Gladys Buckley, beloved wife of Tom Buckley, Verona, and formerly of Lip-ton, age 83 years. The funeral service will be held In St. Michael and All Angels Anglican Church, Lipton, on Saturday, Nov. 15, 1980 at 11:00 a.m. The Rev.

Charles H. Sells officiant. Interment in Lipton Memorial Gardens. Predeceased by her first husband, Robert Hays in July, 1967, Mrs. Buckley is survived by her second husband, Tom, Verona, two daughters: Mrs.

Reuben (Annie! Yackel of Yorkton and Mrs. Henry (Thelma) Kreufzer of Go-van, 13 grandchildren, 28 great-grandchildren, two sisters: Flo Smith and Grace Fisher, both of Lipton and one brother, Ross Phillips of Odessa, Ont. Arrangements In care of the Tubman Funeral Home. BLONDEAU In loving memory of a dear husband and father, Ken who passed away November 13, 1976. When family ties are broken.

And loved ones have to part. It leaves a wound that never heals. And also broken hearts, The parting was so sudden. We often wonder why. Because no farewells were spoken, No time to say goodbye.

Cod gave us strength aod courage. To face the dreadful blow. What It meant to lose you. No one will ever know. Loved and remembered bv wife.

Marlene and children, Brenoa, Michael and Richard. SCHURR-On Wednesday, November 12, 1980, Lydia Schurr late of Victoria, B.C., and formerly of fhe Congress district, passed away at the age of 88 years. Predeceased by her husband, William in 1970, one son in 1924, three brothers and two sisters, Mrs. Schurr is survived by two sons: Rubun and Herbert, both of Victoria, B.C., three daughters: Louise Roslin-sky of Edmonton, Ellen Sharon and Alvina Schurr, both of Victoria, B.C., also one granddaughter, Margaret McEachern, four great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. The funeral will be held In the Alliance Church in Assinibola, Monday, Nov.

17 at 2 p.m. Pastor Earle Wanamaker officiating. Interment will take piace In Mount Hope Cemetery In Assinibola. Ross Funeral Service in care of BE SURE to enter the free draw at the Northgate Mall this Thursday, Friday and Saturday. You could win a 1 5 volume Britanni-ca Junior Encyclopedia (retail value $249).

Sponsored by Encyclopedia Britannica ana the Northgate Mall. PLEASE NOTE: This Is an advertising promotion only, no sales calls unless requested. BIRTHRIGHT Pregnant? Need help? Call 525-6669. CAMEO CLEANING SERVICE Commercial and Residential Phone 586-4163 CAN SHEENA ENTERPRISES HELP YOU We will do your house cleaning, office cleaning, restaurant cleaning, any kind of cleaning you may have at low reasonable rates. All work guaranteed, done daily, weekly, and montfily.

Call today for a free estimate 569-1561. SZTREBULA In loving memory of our brother-in-law John, who passed awav November 13, 1978. We cannot bring the old days back When we were all together But memories of the happy times, Will live with us forever. Always rememebered by David, Edna and family. SZTREBULA In loving memory of my son-in-law, John, who passed away November 13, 1978.

As time unfolds another year Memories keep vou ever near Silent thougnts of times together Hold memories that will last forever. Always remembered by mom. WOULD In loving memory of John W. Would, who passed awav November 13, 1978. Just a cluster of memories Sprayed with a million tears.

Wishing God had spared you For many more years. God, put Your arms around him, Keep him In Your care, Make up for all he suffered And all that was unfair. A precious one from me is gone, A voice I loved Is stilled. A place Is vacant in mv heart, Which never can be filled. -Ever loved and remembered by his wife Velma.

WOULD-John William. In loving memory of mv dad who passed away two years ago today. Audrey. A 100 handyman can do all odd lobs. Phone George 527 6065.

CUSTOM Made Iron railings, fences, stairs, and other metal fabrications. Renner Welding. 352-2241. FLOORS LEVELLED Telepoles Installed and adlusted, verandans-steps-garages raised and blocked up. Phone 949-7168.

FOOT MASSAGE by experienced reflexologist. M. Heath, Phone 522-3509. FROM this date, I will not be responsible for any debts Incurred In my name, other than those contracted by myself. Signed this ISth day of October, 1980 by Paul Perras Box 387 Montmartre, Sask.

HALF ton, haul rubbish, dirt, branches, etc. Phone 545-0024. HALFTON will haul anything. Cut trees down. Phone 586-2441.

HANDYMAN will do all odd lobs, plumbing, carpentry. Phone 352-0)78 or 545-4897 after 6. HANDYMAN with half ton for odd iobs. Senior citizens special consideration. Phone 543-2796.

HATE HOUSEWORK. Call Dial-A-Maid 527-4427, 9 a.m. 4 p.m. HAVE Vi ton. will haul rubbish and small furniture after 3:30 p.m.

or weekends. Call Pete 525-6878. HAVE Vj ton, will haul anything. Jack of all Trades. Will do any type ot work.

Phone 359-3724. Have your favorite negatives enlarged. 5X7 J1.59. 8X10 $3.87. (Amateur films only.) KEN'S CAMERA WORLD 265 Albert St.

545-7886 "Where Better Photography Begins" HOME GLASS. REPAIRS Wood storm windows, aluminum swings. Phone J. Keith McLean Contracting Ltd. 527-1768.

IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT Will do leather work, will make men's and women's wallets, belts and handbags. For Information contact Merv at 525-1918 anytime. JEWELRY APPRAISALS. A certificate of authenticity and valuation for estates and insurance purposes. Cell Brilliant Gemological laboratory, 2310 College call 569-2346.

Leader-Post Classified Ad Accounts may be paid at branches of any Chartered Bank in Regina also Sherwood Credit Union 11 locations, Pace Credit Union Saskatchewan Power Building and Bi-Rite Drugs 3 locations in Regina. BOWER INO In loving memory of a dear mother and grandmother, Amy, who passed away November 12, 1959 and a dear father and grandfather, Arthur, who passed away November 4, 1964. We lost a dad and mother with hearts of gold, Who meant more to us than wealth untold. We have lost, but Ood has gained The best dad and mother the world contained. To those who have a mother and father, cherish them with care.

You'll never know the heartache till you see their empty chairs. Lovingly remembered by Stan, Alice, Carol and family, Connie and family, Beverly, Norman, Doreen. Larry and Sharon, Les, Connie and family, Katie, Mac and family. MacAULAY Mrs. Mabel B.

MacAulay of Extendicare Canada 1151 Coteau Moose Jaw, and formerly of 11 46-1st N.W., and Limerick, passed awav In a local hospital on Tuesday, Nov. 11, 1980 at the age of 95 years. Born at Learned Plain, in 1885, she married Murdo 'Malcolm MacAulay at Island Brook, In 1909. The couple came west in 1918 and settled In the Limerick district, farming there until 1952 when they moved into the village of Limerick. They moved to Moose Jaw In 1966.

Mrs. MacAulay attended MacDonald College In Montreal to become a teacher before her marriage. She was a life member of St. Margaret's W.A., Limerick. In Moose Jaw she was an adherent of Zion United Church and a member of Zlon Golden Hour.

She enioved knitting for the Red Cross Society. Predeceased by her husband In 1974 and a son, Wesley of Saskatoon in 1975, she Is survived by her daughter, Marion and her husband, Albert Feltham of Moose Jaw, a son, Elwin and his wife, Anne of Barrie, a daughter-in-law, Gwen of Saskatoon, seven grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren, one niece and one nephew. The funeral service will be held at the W.J. Jones and Son Funeral Chapel on Saturday, 'Nov. 15 at 1:30 p.m.

Rev. Lome Calvert will officiate. Interment will follow at the Rosedale Cametery. Anyone so desiring may send contributions to Zion United Church Memorial Fund, 423 Main Moose Jaw, Sask. S6H 0W5.

2 FUNERAL CHAPELS Charter Member of ABC Published by the proprietors, The Leader-Post Limited, at Victoria and Park Street, Regina, Sask. S4P 3G4 Registered at the General Post Office, London, England, tor transmission through the post office of the United Kingdom at the newspaper rate of postage. Display Ad Department Pnone 565-8211, Local 251 SCHEDULE OF COPY ACCEPTANCE 12.NOON DAILY AS FOLLOWS: MONDAY for Wednesday's Paper It less than 1,000 lines TUESDAY for Thursday's Paper WEDNESDAY for Friday's Paper THURSDAY. Saturday's Paper FRIDAY for Monday's Paper FRIDAY. 4:30 for Tuesday's Paper FRIDAY.

4:30 for Wednesday's Paper If advertisement exceeds 1000 lines. HELMS I NG McQUE EN Tuesday, November 11, 1980, Hattle Meryl, late of Carlyle, passed awav at the hospital, Areola, In her 83rd year. Mrs. McQueen is survived by her husband, Malcolm (Mac) at Carlyle, one son, Donald at Carlyle and three daughters: Yula Gale at Parksvllle, Vancouver Island, B.C., Eunice Hamilton at Areola, and Dorothy West at Ladvs-mlth, Vancouver Island, B.C., seven grandchildren, four great-grandchildren. Predeceased by one daughter, Evelyn in 1949.

The funeral service will be held In the United Church, Car lyle, Friday, Nov. 14, 1980 at 2 p.m. with Rev. Ron Sutton officiating. Interment In Glen Morris Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, the family would appreciate donations to the Moose Mountain Lodge, Carlyle. Ruthven's Funeral Home In care of arrangements. 30 MONUMENTS FOESBERG FUNERAL tfjk CHAPELS CARPENTER available to ao all odd iobs: rumpus rooms, painting, drywall, panelling, finishing work. Call Carlton anytime, 522-2402. 2210 College Ave.

Regina, Sask. 522-7678 352- 7666 Brandies at: Milestone Southey 2 DOWLINO In loving memory of my parents who passed awav. Dad November 16. 1975, Mom November 13. 1979.

May the winds of heaven blow gently On a oulet and peaceful spot. Always loved and remembered by their daughter Bunny and Regina, Park St. 6tn Ave. Phone 569-0621 Moose Jaw, 721 Caribou St. W.

Phone 692-4666 Yorkton, 107 West Broadway Ave. Phone 783-4212 Directors of Funeral Service Life Appreciation Services Transient Advertising WESTERN MONUMENTAL Quality memorials, reasonably priced. 40 Years Personal Service. We don't use high pressure tactics. 1651 Toronto St.

Phone 522-22)6. Per Agate Line Per Dav RATE 67' CHECK US NOW Single, widowed, separated, divorced welcome. Designed tor companionship, casual dating, matrimony, correspondence. Now In our 10th year of serving you with proven success. Large, established, respectable membership throughout Regina and Saskatchewan.

Free confidential Interview no obligation. tFor further Information or for vour dating arrangements, call: 525-9174 BEA'S DATA-MATE 2 2526 11th Regina 'YOUNGS' ALEX YOUNG MONUMENTAL Phone 352-7372, Scarth and 4th Ave. Opposite Regina Cemetery Gates. KAISER In loving memory of Nicholas, who passed away November 13, 1979. God took him home, It was His will, But in our hearts we love him still I His memory is as dear today As in the hour he passed away.

We often sit and think of him When we are all alone, For memory is the only friend That grief can call Its own. Sadly missed by wife Lena. Tony and Hattle Put and family; Ed and Madelalne Reed and family. 3103 DEWDNEY REGINA TELEPHONE 527-8645 BRANCH OFFICE Cupar. Sask.

JOHN LIPP Owner and Manager The advertiser covenants and agrees with The Leader-Post Limited that the copyright in ail advertising- composition, design and reproductions prepared bv The Leader-Post or The Leader-Post Limited ihatl be vested in the Leader-Post Limited and no such advertisement, composition, design or reproduction or any Part thereot she!) be reproduced without prior written consent of The Leader-Post Limited. CRILLY On Tuesday, November 11, 1980, Mrs. Hazel Viola Crilly of 3834 Montague Regina, passed awav at the age of 69 years. Mrs. Crilly was predeceased by her parents and her husband, Maurice in 1947.

She Is survived by two daughters: Mrs. Ken (Julie) Middleton, Calgary, Mrs.Bob (Velma) Lyons, Regina, two sons: Donald (and daughter-in-law Shirley-Ann) and Jack (and daughter-in-law Lynne), all of Saskatoon, 12 grandchildren, two sisters: Mrs. Vern (Velma) Goodwin, Ottawa, Mrs. Albert (Emily) Woods, Saskatoon, one brother, Douglas Holmes, Vancouver, B.C., and several nieces and nephews. Hazel Holmes was born on August 13, 1911 at Brown-lee, Sask.

In 1922 she moved to Sovereign with her family. She met Maurice Crilly and in 1932 they were married and resided in the Sovereign district and continued farming until Maurice's passing in 1947. In 1953, Hazel moved to Saskatoon where she was employed at the University Hospital for 20 years, until retiring in 1975. She was a lite member of the United Church Womens' Missionary Society and was very active In the church choir in Sovereign. Hael has lived in Regina from February, 1978 until the time of her passing.

The funeral service will be held on Friday, Nov. 14, 1980 at 2:00 p.m. from the Sovereign United Church, Sovereign, with Rev. C. Bran-dow officiating.

Interment to follow in the Sovereign Cemetery. A visitation for family and friends will be held on Thursday, Nov. 13, 1980 from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. from the Helmslng-Fors-berg Funeral Chapel, 2210 College Ave. Arrangements are entrusted with the Helmsing-Forsberg Funeral Chapel, (Regina).

65 LOST AND FOUND 5 CARD OF THANKS FOUND a pair of prescription glasses on Halloween night. Phone FOUND at Balgonie female dog. white with brown liver spots. Phone 522-9793. CLASSIFICATION INDEX FOUND: Gray baby kitten, Argyle Park area.

Phone 545-7479. Real Estate for Solel Announcements The family of the late James Roy Fergusson would like to express their heartfelt thanks and appreciation to the many friends and relatives who helped us in our time of sorrow by their visits, prayers, masses, floral tributes, cards, and food. Special thanks to members of the -40 Club who lent immediate assistance to Rov and then to the family, as well as the staff of the Regina General Hospital emergency Ward, Rev. J.C. Mallov, Mr.

Dick Carr, Mrs. Cavlene Kowalskl and Mrs. Janice Mowat. Mrs. Evelyn Fergusson and family.

FOUND in Glencalrn area, gold braclet with inscription Super Star Amioo, owner must Identify. Phone 337 0786. PAGEOT In loving memory of a dear mother and grand mother, Dorothy, who passed away November 13. 1979. Oh how patient in they suffering When no hand could give tttee ease.

God, the helper of the helpless. Saw thy pain and gave thee peace. Lovingly remembered and greatly missed by daughter Joan and family. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING PHONE 569-1100 EVENING PHONE SERVICE SUNDAY THRU FRIDAY 5:00 p.m. to p.m.

MAN Tuesday, November 11, 1980, Henry Mann, Broadview, age 61 years. The funeral service will be held in St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Broadview, on Saturday, Nov. 15, 1980 at 2:30 p.m. Officiant The Rev.

Steven Tannahill. Interment in Broadview Cemetery. Predeceased by his father and two brothers in infancy, Henry is survived bv his mother, Broadview, four brothers: Rev. Joseph Mann, Mount Angel, U.S.A., Martin, Jack and John Mann, all of Broadview, four sisters: Mrs. John G.

(Mary) Rief and Mrs. Otto (Dorothy) Rlf and Mrs. John (Helen) Chudvk, all of Broadview, and Mrs. Karl (Caroline) Weber, Yorkton, a foster-sister, Mrs. Irvine (Clara) Donnelv, Melville, Sask.

Arrangements In care of the Tubman Funeral Home. FOUND in Uplands, near Fairview Rd and Lloyd grey and black striped, female cat, zi grown. Predominate tabby pattern, black nose and tipped tail. Owner please contact the Humane Society or phone 543-8085. FOUND: Male black cat with white paws and markings, Hanley Cres.

area. Phone 543-4734. Apartment Blocks 925 Apartment Blocks Wanted 927 C. Property 980 B.C. Accommodation 985 Business Opportunities Business Opportupltles Wanted 625 Buildings, Houses For Removal 920 Commercial Property 768 Farms for Sale Farm Market Hotels Motels 610 Investment Property 635 Houses tor Sale 900 Houses Planned Built 915 Houses Wanted to Buy 902 Listings Wanted 910 Lots for Sale 965 Lots Wanted 970 Miscellaneous Property 930 Mobile Homes V41 Mobile Homes Wanted 942 Mobile Homes Parts and Accessories 943 Townhouses 901 Out of Town Property 905 Births 20 Building Supplies 270 Business, Professional Directory 890 Cards of Thanks 5 Cemetery Plots 50 Coming Events 230 Crematoriums 45 Deaths 1 Marriages 25 Florists 35 Furniture Retlnlshlng and Repair 210 Funeral Chapels 2 Fruit Baskets 40 Home Repairs 200 In Memorlams 10 Gardening Supplies 240 Legacies and Memorials 15 Lost Found 65 Monuments 30 Personal 70 Business Service Directory 100-199 Sand Gravel 260 Societies Lodge Meetings 60 Taxis 290 FOUND: Multi-colored kitten on Thornton Avenue.

Phone 949-2792. 5E DM AN In loving memory of my dad Harold Sedman. who passed awav November 13, 1979. This dav comes with sad regrets, It brings back a day I wilt never forget. You tell asleep without a goodbye, But memories of you will never die.

Lovingly remembered and sadly missed by daughter Dorothy. DEADLINE 5:00 p.m. weekdays (Insertion In next publication). Classified Display 12 noon, day prior to publication. Corrections Cancel Corrections must be made before incorrect Insertion only.

Correction deadline 8:30 p.m. Sunday through Friday. Cancellations made after first insertion tor following day's paper up to 8:30 p.m. We wish to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to relatives, friends and neighbours for all their kindness, thoughtfulness and help during the passing of our dear husband, father and grandfather, Mr. Steve Zlatarlts.

Special thanks to Dr. Klassen and nursing staff at Wascana Hospital. Station and also to Lee Funeral Home tor their help. Mrs. Emma Zlatarlts and family.

FOUND: Pair of prescription glasses in parking lot of Co-op Home Centre, 9th Ave. North, owner must Identify. Phone 584-9537. FOUND, pumpkin colored cat, red collar with rhlnestones and bell, about 1 year old. Phone 586-6710.

FOUND: Sweater owner can have same by phoning and indentlfying. Phone 586-7521. 10 IN MEMORIAM FOUND: Tiny grey tabby kitten, south Lakevlew area. Phone A Recreational I I Employment FOUND 10 speed bike near Uplands. Owner must identify.

Phone 543-1514. ACOOSE In loving memory of dear brother, Clifton Charles, who passed away November 12. 1978. Your presence Is ever near us. Your love remains with us yet, You were the kind of brother Your loved ones would never forget.

Loving remembered and sadly missed by Clem and Janice. SH RE EVES In loving memory of our brother-in-law, Walter, who passed away November 13, 1979. We did not know that evening What sorrow the morning would bring. Bitter grief and shock severe, To part with one we loved so dear. You bade no one a last farewell, Or even said good-bve.

For you were gone before we knew And only Cod knows why. Life must go on, we know It's true, But It's not the same since we lost you. Lovingly remembered by Marl-lynn, Tony and children. CLASSIFIED RATES Casual Commecial Rates The following rates aply to all commecial enteprlses and are based on a per agate line, per Insertion basis. Minimum charge per single insertion Is $3.00 67 Per Agate Line I Day per Day FOUND: 9th Ave.

North and Albert McDonald's, female white dog, lust had pups. Phone 545-5829. Bicycles 510 Boats Motors Marine 868 Camping Equipment, Trailers 520 Motorcycles Scooters 837 Snowmobiles 835 Summer Resorts 788 Winter Resorts 789 Vacation Guide 792 FISHERMAN Abe passed away on November 5, 1980 after a short Illness at the age of 60. Abe was director of Promlslows for 40 years and a member of B'nal B'rlth. He Is survived by his mother, Mrs.

D. Fisherman, sister, Sally and a brother, Frank. Interment was at the Regina Hebrew Cemetery on Nov. 7, 1980. He will be missed by his family, many friends and his business LOST: black cat, I year old, Nor-manvlew area.

Strands of white on chest. Phone 949-0056. 325 330 Market 300 305 310 315 315 320 340 302 34S 335 LOST blonde male cocker spaniel, in the 3 block Lome area. Reward offered. Phone S45-B4I7 after 5 p.m.

Rentals Agents and Distributors Domestic Help Farm Work Wanted Farm Help Wanted Trades and Skills Restaurant Help Motet, Hotel. Office and Clerical Help Professional Sales Positions Hospital Personnel Position filled Situations Wanted Teachers Wanted Career Training Business Colleges Trade Schools Music Voice Drama Dancing Correspondence Courses Colleges Universities ADAMS In loving memory of our dear aunt. Annie Adams, who passed awav November 13, 1976. Memories as we iourney on, A smile Irom a loved one gone; No one knows our deep regret, We will remember if othert forget. Ever remembered by nieces and nephews.

SMITH Ralph Smith, 77 years, peacefully passed to his eternal home, Monday, Nov. 10, 1980 at the Pasqua Hospital. He was born May 26, 1903 in Birmingham, England and came to Canada with his parents, settling first In Toronto and then moving to the Tisdale, area where he received his schooling. On Jan. 5, 1926 he married Olive May Nlcklen.

After farming for 10 years, he made a commitment to Christ, his Lord and Saviour, and entered full time Christian Service as a minister of Ihe Gospel, first as a colportage worker selling Christian books and Bibles and later established churches at Carrot River. and The Pas, Man. While at The Pas, he fell burdened for the elderly and was used of God to build Eventide Home, having an occupancy of 110. This was later sold and the proceeds were channeled into the support of many missionaries around the world. After his retlrment In 1967, he took uo the challenge and became a "Shan-tyman," visiting Isolated lumber camps, lails, senior citizens' homes, schools and doing door to door visitation across Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Western Ontario.

In May, 1979, he sustained an Inlury from a fall which lefl him a quadriplegic. Since then, he has occupied his time visiting In the different nursing homes, hospitals and in the malls of Regina, giving out the Shanty-man paper and speaking to whomever he met about his Saviour who could give victory and salvation to all who would believe. His vibrant testimony his been a challenge and Inspiration to many. Mr. Smith is survived by his loving wife, May and eleven children: Mrs.

June Antosh, Regina, Mrs. Florence Chapman, Red Deer, Mrs. Violet Wittenberg, Winnipeg, Mrs. Ruth Geertsema, Sle. Rose, Mrs.

Mary Reader, Three Hilts, Mrs. Martha GruSing, Bragg Creek, Roy of Pambrun, Paul Langdon, Matthew of Surrey, B.C., John of Three Hills, and Jim of Vernon, B.C., sons and daughters-in-law, 22 grandchildren, four great-grandchildren, one sister, Mrs. Sylvia Street, Victoria, B.C., two brothers: Eric of Trail, B.C.. and David of Edmonton, numerous nieces and nephews, relatives and other friends. Funeral service will be held at Failh Baptist) Church, 437 Broadway Regina on Friday, Nov.

14, 1980 at 2:00 p.m. with Rev. R. Quiring officiating. Interment In Riverside Memorial Park.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made, In memoriam, to Prairie Bible Institute. Three Hills, or to Millar Memorial Bible Institute, Pambrun, Sask. Arrangements In care of Speers Funeral Chapel. 3 Days 52 Per Agate Line Per Day LOST In Regent Park, black male tomcat with white paws, whiskers and underside, about a )v years old. Reward.

Phone 949-502' after 5. 7 Days Per Line Per Day 30 DoyS 44 Per Agate Line Per Day LOST in the Uplands area 2 year old female, part German Shepherd and Samoved. black and white with brown markings on face, paws mostly white, tip of tall white, she answers to fhe name of Sheba. Phone 949-5807 evenings. 355 AMYOTTE (Albert, Joseph) In loving memory of a dear uncle who passed away November 13, 1975.

And until we meet again May Ood hold vou tenderly In the palm of His hand. Always loved and remembered by Jeff and Val. SHREEVES In loving memory of a dear husband and father, Walter, who passed November 13. 1979. We 4iave only our memories to keep our whole life through, But the sweetness will linger forever, As we treasure the Image of vou.

Our lips cannot tell how we miss him, Our hearts cannot tell what we sav, God only knows how we miss him. In a home that is lonesome everyday. Lovingly remembered and so sadly missed by wife Shirley and children Wesley, Warren, and Sherry. Board and Room 700 Board and Room Wanted 720 Farms for Rent Farm Market Furnished Rooms 704 Furnished Suites 716 Furnished Houses Wanted 752 Garages tor Sale or Rent 776 Garages Wanted 780 Houses to Rent Furnished 7J6 Houses to Rent Unfurnished 737 Houses for Exchange 740 Houses Wanted Unfurnished 744 Parking Space tor Rent 784 Rooms Wanted 774 Shops and Factory Space 764 Suites Wanted Stores '57 Offices 75o Stores and Offices Wanted 76U Unfurnished Rooms 708 Unfurnished Suites 71V Warehouse 772 LOST: Large upholstered chair cushion, between 23 block Rose and 18 block St. John.

Phone 352-598S. PRIVATE PARTY RATES The following rates apoty to noncommercial private sales and services only and are based on a per agate line, per Insertion basis. The minimum charge Is $3.00 Merchandise 5 L05T October 29th white samoved dog near Fort Ou'Aopelle. asks to the name of Pan. If found please call collect 332-6444.

Reward 59 Per Agate Line Per Day MARVIN The death of J.H. (Harry) Marvin of Nokomis, occurred on November 2, 1980 at Nokomis Union Hospital, following a short illness. He was born on Oct. 26, 1898 at Springfield, Kings County, N.B. He moved with his family to Canyon City, where he spent his childhood years.

Harry returned to Canada" as a vqung man and worked at Unity and Blggar as a telegrapher with the C.N.R. He enrolled In Ihe College of Pharmacy at the University of Saskatchewan where he served as president of the students' society and graduated with honors in 1930. In the years he resided In Nokomis, Harry was an extremely active man in Ihe community. He spent 32 years on the town council, serving a mayor of Nokomis from 1957 to 1970. He was a member of the Nokomis Union Hospital Board-serving as chairman for many years.

He was also a member of the chamber of commerce and served as president. He was a member of the Phi-lathea Lodge No. 133. Harry was also an active member of Christ Church, Nokomis, where he served as Peoples' Warden for many years. The funeral service was conducted by Rev.

E.A. Briffett at Christ Church, Nokomis on Nov. 5, 1980 at 2:00 p.m. Interment was at Nokomis Cemetery. McDougall's Funeral Home was In charge of arrangements.

Active pallbearers were Tom Alrey, Ervirt Cross, Ed Kl3ssen, Ted Klassen. Allen Nlchol and Marv Potter. A Cuard of Honor was formed by Brethern of the Phllathea Lodge. No. 133.

He leases to mourn his wife, Margaret of Nokomis, one son, Duane and his wife. Wynn and two grandchildren: Dean and heather of Sherwood Park, one sister, Mrs. Blanche Arthur of Pasadena, and one brother, Arthur Marvin of Beaver. Penn, HODGE On Saturday, November 8, 1980, Cecil Roy Hodge, Pense, age 52 years. The funeral service was held In the Tubman Funeral Chapel, Wolseley, Wednesday, Nov.

12. 1980 at 2 p.m. Officiant The Rev. H. Douglas Garner.

Interment In Grenfell Cemetery. Cecil is survived by four sisters: Mrs. Clarence (Jean) Kemp, Victoria, B.C., Mrs. Walter (Alice) Bailer, Grenfell, Mrs. Lawrence (Edith) Sutherland, Cobalt, Agnes Ulmer, Regina.

three brothers: Stan-lev, Prince Albert, Edward and Leslie, both of Regina, and his nieces and nephews. 40 Per Agate Line Per Day LOST: One boy's cowboy boot, brown In color, size 8, Geno's south end. Phone 337-1604. SZTREBULA In loving memory of 1 Days 3 Days 10 Days 30 Days 7 fWc 34 Per Agate Line uu' Per Day 7 Days LOST on Saturday, one duffle bag containing thermos. Reward.

Phone 5B5-0881 or 359-6095. our dear father John, who passed awav November 13, 1978. Transportation Per Day LOST: pair of ladies perscrlption glasses. Vicinity Carriage Square. Phone 522-4187.

Per Day Antiques 505 Bicycles 510 Cameras Photography 515 Coins Stamps 525 Financial 600 Fireplaces 528 Food Market 530 Garage' Sale 632 Hobbies Crafts 535 Insurance 660 Livestock Horses Farm Market Machinery Tools 540 Miscellaneous Articles for Sate 500 Money Wanted 610 Money to Loan 640 Mortgage Loans 650 Musical Instruments Organs Pianos 545 Musical Instruction 550 Musical Instrument Repairs 555 Pets and Supplies 560 Poultry Feed Farm Market Radio Television Stereo 570 CB Radios 572 Sewing 575 Wool and Yarn 577 Sewing Machines 580 Sporting Ooods 583 Swaps S65 Stuff 'n' Things 501 Typewriters Office Machines Supplies 590 Wanted to Buy 595 The Leader Post Stuff 'n' Things Up to 12 words (maximum 3 printed lines) 3 days $1.00 Please follow these easy instructions: II no phone calls 2) private individuals only 3) one item per ad 4) items selling tor $7S or tess 5) price must applear In ad 6) ad must run tor three days, no cancellations please! No refunds 7) each ad It limltid to ttwords (including phone number) 8) ads will run soon as possible after receipt of order 9) mall advertisemnt accompanied with payment, cheque or money order to: The Leader Post Classified Department. 1964 Park Street, Regina, Sask. S4P 304 Automotive Services 820 Autos Wrecking Parts Accessories 822 Autos for Sale M0 81' Airplanes, Parts. Service 879 Autos Wanted 828 Boats Motors Marine 868 Motorcycles Scooters Trail Bikes 837 Motorhomes 833 Snowmobiles 835 School Buses 830 Tires 824 Towing Service 826 Trailer Equipment Repairs 865 Trailers Trucks 840 Truck Accessories 841 Transportation 780 Trailers Trucks Wanted 845 We knew that we would miss vou. But we didn't know how much.

Your tender love, your voice, your smile, Your individual touch. Many times we've needed you dad, And many times we've cried, If love could have saved you, You never would have died. II seems so strange that those we need, And those we love me best. Arc lust the ones Cod calls away And takes them home to rest. They say that time heali all sorrow And helos us to forget.

But time so far has only proved How much miss you-vet. Someday we hope to meet you dad, Someday, we know not when, To clasp vour hand In the better lend. Never to part again. So sadly missed and always remembered by his daughters Cindy and Donna. An agate line is space one column wide and 114 Inch deep used as a measurement In publication advertising.

(Magelt lines equal 1 inch I. Special rate tor announcement! Births, Cards of Thanks or in Memo-riam Notices. $4 00 lor 50 words or lest II for each additional word. Leader-Post BOX NUMBER charge tor Box service. $10 00 not refundable.

It It advisable to use Name, Address, and Telephone Number tor better results. Use of pnone number alone is not convenient In tome cases to out-of-town reader. NOW MORE THAN READERS DAILY LOST: Part lab and part shepherd black and tan female. 6 weeks old. Dog tag license 9365 and answers to Sheba Phone 352 8461.

LOST: Two male Bluetick hounds, near Condie Came Refuge, north of Phone 543-2311. LOST: Vinyl beige willet at Northgate Mall. Friday October 31 around 6 o'clock m. Reward of-fered. Phone 569-9213.

REWARO for lost 5 year old Collie, wearing choker chain, Walsh Acres. Phone 949-0865. SHEPHERD Husky pup. 2-1 months old. Parliament Place.

Phone 586-047. 70 PERSONAL INTRODUCTIONS, For only sincere, reliable men and women Interested In meeting that special person, who can be so difficult to find. Phone 527-5182, Diamond Dating. KREUTZER Rheinhold Oscar of Coodeve, died November 11, 1980 at Melville at the age of 66 years. Prayer service will be held on Thursday, Nov.

13, 1980 at 8 p.m. from Townsend Funeral Chapel in Melville. Funeral service will be held on Friday, Nov. 14, 1980 at 2 p.m. from the Lipton Community Hall with Pastor Symons officiating.

Donations to the Saskatchewan Heart Foundation would be appreciated by the family. Townsend Funeral Chapel, Melville, In care of arrangements. To place your Action-Ad, telephones are open daily, Monday through Friday, 8.30 o.m. to 8:30 p.m. Sunday evenings 5:00 to 8:30 p.m.

PHONE 569-1 100.

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