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4 Phone 569-1 1 00 Monday thru Friday, 8:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m. Sundays, 5:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m. Closed All Day Saturday Section The Leader-Post Regina, Saskatchewan Saturday, August 14, T982 Section B, Pages B '1-B 14 MCMBER OF THE CANADIAN PRESS The Canadian 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 also the local news published herein. Subscription Rates By carrier delivery In Saskatchewan $1.50 per week (suggested) Mall Subscription Rates In Saskatchewan 1 year $100,00 6 months : 152.00 3 months $26.50 1 month $9.00 Sat. Only, yearly $21.00 In Canada I year $105.00 6 months $55.00 3 months $26.00 1 month $9.50 Sat. 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Leader-Post BOX NUMBER charge for Box service, $15 09 not refundable, ft is advisable to use Name, Address, and Telephone . Number for better results, use of phone number atone is not convenient in some cases to out-of-town readers. NOW WORE THAN 225,000 READERS DAILY v 1 DEATH NOTICE DESAUTELS Mrs. Bertha Yvonne Desautels of 450 Outfield St. W., Moose Jaw, passed away in Moose Jaw on Thursday, August 12, 1982, aged 80 years, born at Woonsocket, Rhode Island, In 190). Predeceased by her husband Albert Louis, her parents, five brothers, four sisters and a grandchild, Ronald Beaudry. Mrs. ' Desautels Is survived bv five daughters: Jeannette Beaudrv, Evelyna Larson, Dolores Vallee, Bernadette Eresman, and Dorelne Mitchell; 13 grand children, nine great grandchildren; a step brother, Joe DeGrand, Regina; a sister, Lorraine Brillon, California. The funeral mass will be held in the Church of Our Lady on Monday, August 16, 1982 at 10:30 a.m. Father S. Ripplinger will be mass celebrant. Interment will be held In the family plot, Rosedale Cemetery. Prayer services will be held In the W.J. Jones and Sons Funeral Chapel on Sunday evening at 7:30 p.m. Memorials may be sent to the Saskatchewan ' Heart Foundation, P.O. Box 521, Moose Jaw, or the Canadian Diabetic Association, P.O Box 1061, Moose Jaw. FERGUSON On Friday August 13, 1982, Daniel Ferguson, Wolseley, Sask., age 86 years. The funeral service 'will be held in St. Andrew's United Church, Moffat, on Monday, August 16, 1982 at 2:00 p.m. The Rev. Gordon Woods officiating. Interment in Moffat Cemetery. Mr. Ferguson was predeceased by his wife Nellie in 19S3, and two brothers: Walter and Finlev in 1981. He is survived by three sisters: Mrs. W. (Jean) Taylor, Mrs. U. (Margaret) Thoroughgood and Mrs. R.D. (Isa) Taylor, all of Wolseley; two sisters in law: Edna Ferguson, . Wolseley and Martha Ferguson, Regina. Arrangements in care of Tubman Funeral Home. HAUGEN Vernon Edward Haugen passed away at the Pasqua Hospital, Regina, on August 12, 1982, at the age of 52 years. He was ' born at Broadview, Sask., April 23, 1930 and in 1944, moved with his parents to McLean, Sask., where he completed his schooling, then ioined the Royal Canadian Artillery, in Regina. After his military service, Vern moved to Regina, where he worked in the construction Industry, first as a carpenter, and later as a foreman, and superinden-tant. Prior to his death, Vern was assiting the needy and disabled to learn carpentry through a government sponsored program. Vern is survived by his parents: Thor and Anna (Anderson) Haugen of McLean, Sask.. who with his parents, immmigrated to Canada from Norway in the early 1900's, also surviving are his wife, two sons, and two daughters, one sister, and three brothers. They are, sons: Victor, and grandson, Victor of Pincher Creek, and Calvin of Medicine Hat; sister, Mrs. Lome, (Vi) Ehman of Saskatoon; brothers: Glen of McLean, Lloyd of Edmonton, and Roy of LLoyd-minster; and home, Rita ' and daughters: Wanda and Roxanne. The funeral service will be held on Monday. August 16, 1982, at 3 p.m., in Christ Lutheran Church, 4825 Dewdney Ave., with Pastor W. Kurtz officiating. Interment in the Soldiers' Plot in Riverside Memorial Park Cemetery, Regina. Arrangements in care of the Lee Funeral Home, John Lipp, Funeral Director. HODGES (nee Moodie) August 13, 1982, Jean Hodges, late of 1554 Elphinstone St., passed away at the age of 61 years. Predeceased by her parents, Mrs. Hodges is survived by her husband, John, one daughter, Mrs. Fay Claxton and her hus-gand Arnold of Edmonton, Alfa., one son, Gerald (Gerry) Hodges and his wife Pearl of Swiff Current, Sask., five grandchildren: Michael, Patrick, Darwin, Roger and Cameron, three sisters: Margaret, Evelyn and May, all of British Columbia. Two brothers: Henry and Edward Moodie of British Columbia. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, August 17, 1982 at 2:00 p.m. m St. Mary's Anglican Church with Cannon W. Tingey officiating. Interment to follow In Riverside Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Allan Blair Memorial Clinic would be appreciated by the family. Arrangements hi care of the Lee Funeral Home, John Lipp Funeral Director. 1 DEATH NOTICE HOVLAND Friday, August 13, 1982, Mrs. Ursula Luella Hovland, age 74 years, late of 4125 Rae St. Extendicare , ae, Regina. Predeceased bv her father, Robert Francis Coleman 1953, husband, Michael 1964, one sister, Violet Mae Wright. Mrs. Hovland Is survived bv her mother, Varo Coleman of Weyburn, one daughter, , Mrs. Tom (Carol) Kramble of Regina, three sons: Herman of Regina, Gordon of Saskatoon, Norman of Sim-coe, Ont,. 10 grandchildren, 4 sisters: Mrs. Priscilla Wright of Sundre, Alta., Mrs. L. (Ethel) Toeppner of Stoughton, Mrs. K. (Lav-erne) Mott of Creelman, Mrs. A. (Lavica) Mahnke of Fort Qu'Appelle, one brother, Frank Coleman of Creelman, numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral service will be held Tuesday, August 17, 1982 at 1 :30 p.m. in Speers Funeral Chapel with Rev. A. Armstrong officiating. Interment in Riverside Memorial Park. Flowers most gratefully declined, friends so wishing may make donations in memoriam to the St. Andrew's United Church Memorial Fund, Athol St. and Dewdney Ave., Regina. JACKLE Thursday, August 12, 1982, Mr. Franz Jackie, age 75 years, late of 825 10th Ave. E., Regina. Predeceased by his parents, wife Matilda October 12, 1981, one sister, one brother. Mr. Jackie is survived by one daughter: Herta and husband, Karl Schwuchow of Sherwood Park, Alta., one son: Rudy and wife, Judy of Rocky Mountain House, Alta., four grandchildren: Lore, Edith, Lora-Lee and Bobby, one great-grandson, Tyler, one brother, Herman of Regina and numerous nieces and nephews. Memorial service will be held Monday, August 16, 1982 at 1 :30 p.m. in Speers Funeral Chapel. Cremation. Flowers most gratefully declined, friends so wishing may make donations in memorium to the Saskatchewan Heart Foundation (6-1942 Hamilton St., Regina). JOHNSON-August 12, 1982, Sanford Enoch Johnson, 72 years, late of Beaubier, Sask., passed away in a Regina hospital. Funeral services will be held Monday, August 16 at 2:00 p.m. from the Beaubier Lutheran Church. Interment in St. John's Cemetery with Pas- - tor Stan Sundberg officiating. Predeceased by a son, Wesley in 1962, also by his parents, two brothers and two sisters; and leaves to mourn his wife, Julia, two sons: Dan and Brian both of Regina, a daughter, Mrs. Pastor Stan (Eileen) Sundberg, Auburn, Nebraska, two brothers: Clifford, Prince George, B.C., Ing-mar, Domremy, Sask., two sisters: Mrs. Ruth Burke, Drumheller, Alta., Mrs. Ruby Grinstad, Estevan, . and seven grandchildren. Arrangements bv the Weyburn Funeral Home (Fergusons). LEJOUR (LAROSE) Thursday, August, 12, 1982, Har-riette Elizabeth Leiour (La Rose) age 52 years, dearly beloved wife of Frank La Rose, 113 Broad St. N., Regina. Predeceased by grandfather, Augustine Leiour in 1952, mother Caroline Leiour in 1949, one son and one brother. Harriette is survived bv her loving husband, Frank, three daughters: Sandra Powder and Gloria LaRose, both of Regina, Helen Ann, of Moose Jaw, eight sons: Jim, Dennis, Frank, Garth, Freddy and Ronnie all of Regina, Delbert of Saskatoon, Dale of Lethbridge, Alta. seven grandchildren, two sisters: Mrs. Mary McKenzie and Mrs. Vera Leiour, both of Regina, numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral service will be held Monday, August 16, 1982 at 10:00 a.m. in the Canadian Martyrs R.C. Church, 1932 1st Ave. N. with Rev. J. Toth S.J., officiating. Interment in Riverside MemorialPark. Prayers will be held Sunday evening at 7:30 p.m. in Spers Funeral Chapel. MCMILLAN Annie McMillan, late of 627 Robinson St., Regina, passed away on August 11, 1982. Mrs. McMillan was born in Scotland and immigrated to Canada with her family in 1956. After 40 years of marriage, was predeceased by her husband, John, in 1981. She is survived by three sons: Bill and wife, Eleanor of Regina, John and wife, Kathy of Coaldale, Alberta, and Bryan of Regina; one daughter, Irene and husband, Larry Konechny of Malaysia; and I grandchildren. Memorial service will be held on Monday, August 16. 1982, at 2:00 p.m., in the Chapel of the Lee Funeral Home, 3101 Dewdney Ave. In lieu of flowers, donations made to It Saskatchewan Council for Crippled Children, 825 MacDonald St.. Regina would be appreciated by the family. Arrangements in care of the Lee Funeral Home. John Lipp, Funeral Director. (Courtesy parking Soum of Chapel) DEATH NOTICE R E N N I C K Thursday, August 12, 1982, Mr. Wallace Stewart Rennlck, age 76 years, dearly beloved husband of Mrs. Alice Rennlck, Lumsden, Sask. Predeceased by his parents, Mary and Arthur Rennlck, one brother Dr. Coulter Rennlck, Mr. Rennlck is , survived by his loving wife, Alice, one daughter, Marianne and son-in-law, Wence Kadlec of Kimberley, B.C., one grandson, Jan Kadlec, three sisters: Kathleen (Ivan) Seed, of Regina, Beth (Clarence) Davey of Regina, Laura Glenow of A-tikokan, Ont., one brother: Gordon (Anne) Rennick of Regina Beach, Sask., sister-in-law Marguerite Rennick of Regina, several nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held Tuesday, August 17, 1982 at 3:30 p.m. in St. Andrew's United Church, Lumsden, Sask. with Rev. Brad Yeo officiating. Cremation. Flo- wers most gratefully declined, friends so wishing may make donations in , memoriam to the Shriner's Hospital for Crippled Children, c Wa Wa Temple, 2065 Hamilton St., Regina, or the Saskatchewan Heart Foundation, 6-1942 Hamilton St., Regina. Arrangements in care of Speers Funeral Chapel. ROBERTSON On Friday, August 13, 1982, Mr. David Charles Robertson, late of Yellow Grass, Sask., passed away at the age of 64 years. Predeceased by his parents, a brother, Robert in 1972, and a brother in infancy; David is survived by his loving wife, Reina, his children: Robert of Duchess, Alta., Mrs. Dale (Marion) Scott of Ceylon, Sask., Allan of Red Deer, Alta., four grandchildren: Owen, Kelly, Pam and Brooke, three brothers: Andy and his wife, Betty, of Yellow Grass, George and his wife, Myra, of Goodwa-ter, Archie and his wife, Billie, of Yellow Grass; sisters: Mrs. Jim (Effie) Watt, Victoria, B.C., Mrs. Harold (Ann) Winter, Vancouver, B.C; and many nieces and nephews. David was born in Weyburn and raised in the Yellow Grass District where his parents farmed. He was educated at Actonvale Rural School. In 1940, he enlisted and spent 5 years overseas. David married Reina Riem-erier who came from Holland to be married in 1948. Thev spent the next 24 years farming in the Yellow Grass District where David was very active in the Weyburn agricultural society, a leader in the 4H Club, was past Grand Master of the Yel low Grass Masonic Lodge, a 35 year member of the Yellow Grass Legion, and a hockey coach as well as the caretaker of the rink. The funeral service will be held on Monday, August 16, 1982 at 2:00 p.m. at the Yellow Grass United Church, Yellow Grass, Sask., with the Rev. Don Faris officiating. Interment to follow in the Yellow Grass Cemetery. Flowers are most gratefully declined, donations may be made to the Sask. Heart Foundation (6-1942 Hamilton St., Regina). Arrangements are entrusted to the Helmsing-Forsberg Funeral Chapel (Milestone). SCOTT Mrs. Adelaide Scott, passed away at Jubilee Hospital, Victoria, B.C., August 8, at the age of 89. Mrs. Scott is survived bv two children: Lvle who resides in Calgary with his wife, Pauline; and Wanda Payne who lives in Victoria with her husband, Douglas. Mrs. Scott is also survived by 12 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. Predeceased by her husband, Thomas in 1965 and daughters: Beatrice in 1917 and Margorie Reich in 1965. Memorial service will be held at Carmichael United Church, August 17, 2:00 p.m. Rev. Oglesby officiating. Interment in Riverside Memorial Park to follow. No flowers, by request. Donations to the charity of your choice. SIGURDSON Friday, August 13, 1982, Mr. Woodrow Johann Sigurdson, late of 17-2105 13th Ave., Regina. Predeceased by his father, Baldwin 1975, one brother, Baldur 1939, Mr. Sigurdson is survived by his mother, Mrs. Sigrun Sigurdsun of Regina, four sisters: Dora and husband. Norm Collins, of Regina, Jean and husband, Watly Pitlowany, of North Battleford, Jennie and husband, Wayne Runge, of Prince Albert, Irene and husband, Leslie Dube, of Saskatoon, four brothers: John and wife, Mary, of Seattle, Washington, Wally and wife. Oiga, of Port Coouitlam, B.C.. Raymond and wife, Sally, of Vernon, B.C., Alsfan of Vernon, B.C., 19 neices and nephews. Mr. Sigurdson was born in Wynyard, Sask. Cremation. By request of Woodrow, there will be no service. Flowers most gratefully declined. Friendsso wishing may make donations in memoriam to the Canadain Cancer Society. 7-1942 Hamilton St., Regina. Arrangements " in care of Speers Funeral Chapel. 1 DEATH NOTICE SHORTEN On Thursday, August 12, 1982, Mrs. Kathleen 'Kay' Shorten, dearly beloved wife of Mr. Alex R. Shorten, 1710 Parker Avenue, Regina, passed away at the age of 60 years. Predeceased bv her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill For-sythe, Kay is survived by her loving husband Alex R., three sons and daughters-in-law: Ron and Mary, Winnipeg, Man., Sandv and Cathy, Vancouver, B.C., Terry and Karen, Regina, three daughters and sons-in-law: Darlene and George Hatton, Llovmln-ster, Alta., Pat and Bill Milne, Regina, Margie and Reg Salter of Edmonton, . Alta., as well as 12 grandchildren, three brothers: Al Forsythe, Regina, Wm. Forsythe of North Battle-ford, David Forsythe, of Calgary, Alta., and her three sisters: Mrs. Mauvie Homes, Regina, Mrs. Margie Potter, of Calgary, and Mrs. Jean Froome, also of Calgary and her aunt, Mrs. Kay Dafoe of Hanna, Alta. Kay was born in Regina, on October 10, 1921, the daughter of Bill and Pearl Forsythe. She was educated at Kitchener School and Scott Collegiate in Regina. She married Alex Shorten on July 22, 1938. After raising her family Kay was employed with Birks, Jewellers and later Ben Moss Jewellers. She was a former member of the Daughters of England as well as being a member of the Ladies Auxilliary of the Roval Canadian Legion. The funeral service will be held on Saturday, August 14, 1982 at 1:30 P.m. from The Helmsing-Forsberg Funeral Chapel, (2210 College Av- ' enue, Regina) with Dr. Don Faris officiating. Interment to follow in Riverside Memorial Park. Flowers gratefully declined, friends may make donations to the charity of personal choice. . Arrangements are entrusted to The Helmsing-Forsberg Funeral Chapel. (Phone 522-7678.) WILD Tuesday, August 10, 1982, Mr. Conrad (Connie) A. Wild, late of Richmond, B. C. Predeceased by his . parents, Rosalie and Conrad Wild, wife Isabel Grace in 1978, two sisters: Theresa Melnyk and Sister Bernadette. Mr. Wild is survived by one son, Kenneth and wife Bunny, two grandchildren, David and Donna Wild, one step-daughter, Yvonne Qualey and grandson, Blair Qualey, both of Richmond, B.C. Five brothers: Joseph of North Hollywood, Calif., John, Leo and Lou all of Regina, Charles of Winnipeg. Six sisters: Sister Josepha, Ethel Stroh, Kay Wild and Bobbie Wild, all of Regina, Anne Wilde, Winnipeg and Josephine Ford of Vancouver, B.C., numerous nieces and nephews. A Memorial Mass will be held Monday, August 16, 1982 at 7:00 p.m. in Sacred Heart R.C. Church, 1380 Elphinstone St. with Rev: B. Kines officiating. Cremation. Arrangements in care of Speers Funeral Chapel. 2 FUNERAL CHAPELS c Lee Funeral Home 3103 DEWDNEY AVE., REGINA TELEPHONE 527-8645 BRANCH OFFICE Cupar, Sask. JOHN LIPP Owner and Manager SPEERS Funeral Chape! Inc. . 2136 College Avenue Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 1C5 522-3232 or 522-4433 Directors of Funeral Service Since 1906 HELMSING F0RSBERG FUNERAL CHAPELS 2210 College Ave. Regina, Sask. 522-7678352-7660 Branches at Milestone, Southev Raymore, Lestock Directors of Funeral Service Life Appreciation Services' 5 CARO OF THANKS The family of the late William (Bill) Hamilton wish to express their ttianks to friends and relatives for the cards, floral tributes and memorials during their recent bereavement. Special thanks to Rev. B Lowerv, Mrs. W. Laity, organist. Cathy Laity, soloist, pallbearers and Turtle's Funeral Home. Your kindness wilt always be remembered. 10 IN MEMORIAM DEAN-Jn loving memory of our Mom, Margaret L . who passed away August 14. 197. When evening shades arc falling And we sit Nt fluiet atone. To our hearts mere comes lon9ing If she onfy could come home. Friends may think we have ' When at limes they see us smile. But they little know me heartache Our smites hi alt the whiie. Remembered atwavs by Joan ami Verne. Donald and Irene. 10 IN MEMORIAM DEAN In loving memory ol our beloved Nana. Margaret L., who passed away August 14, 1979. She has gone across the river To the shore of ever green, And we long to see her dear face. But the river flows between. Some day, sometime, we shall see The face we loved so well, Some day we'll clasp her , loving hand And never say farewell. Sadly missed bv Lynn, Dawn, Alex, Trlcla and Sharon. GIRSBERGER In loving memory of a beloved husband, father and grandpa, Harry, who died August 14, 1981. Thoughts we feel most deeply Are the hardest things to savi He meant so very much to us In a very special way. So ours is iust a simple praver God bless and keep him in His carej In our hearts he will always stay, Loved and remembered every day. Dora, Judy, Cliff and Andrea. GUTWIN In loving memory of a dear brother-in-law and uncle, Al, who passed away August 14, 1981. Gone is the face we loved so' dear, Silent is the voice we loved to hear. Too far away for sight or speech, But not too far for thought to reach. Sweet to remember him who was here, Who, gone away Is iust as dear. Tis well he will suffer no more, In the loved land of the blest. Pain fled us he trod heaven's shore, It left him at peace and rest. Lovingly remembered and sadlv missed by Deana and Melvin Ander-son and families. JEWSBURY In loving memory of a dear husband, Ernest A., who passed away August 15, 1967, Deep In our. hearts you will always stay Loved and remembered every day. Lovingly remembered and sadly missed by wife, Frances and family. JONES In loving memory of Ellis, who passed away August 15, 1977. We often sit and think of him When we are all alone, For memory Is the only friend That grief can call its own. Like Ivy on the withered oak When other things decay, Our love for him will still be , green And never fade away. Lovingly remembered by his wife and family KAILL In memory of dad, Albert Kaill. Nineteen years seem like a day, Since mv dear dad was called away. We know he has lust gone before, And we'll meet again on Heaven's shore. Loved and remembered by daughter Eileen and son-in-law, George. NELSON In loving memory of a dear mother and grandmother, Patricia, who passed away August 14, 1981. Remembrance is a golden chain Death tries to break, but all in vain; To have, to love, and then to part, Is the greatest sorrow of one's heart. The years may wipe out many things. But this they wipe out never The memory of those happy days When we were all together. Lovingly remembered bv Leslie, Debbie, Wendy and family To assist readers in preparing in Memoriam notices. The Leader-Post has prepared a booklet of appropriate wordings. Call, write or phone for your copy. 10 IN MEMORIAM SCHERLE In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother Philippine, who passed away August 15, 1981 Somewhere beyond the shadows Dwells a dear mother of ours, Whom we looked on as a treasure. Whom we cherished as divine. But God called the one we loved away. Forget you, Mother, we never will, As years roll on we miss you still. The blow was great, the shock severe. We little thought the end was near, Only those who have lost can tell How sad is parting and no farewell. But God in goodness, comforts us To bear our bitter cross; He Is the only one who knows ' How heavy Is our loss. Always loved and sadly missed by Phyllis and Doug Severt, Debra and Robert Landry SCHERLE In loving memory of mv dear mother, Philippine Scherle, who passed away, August 15, 1981. If I had all the world to give, I'd give it, yes, and more. To hear her voice and see her smile And greet her at my door, But all I can do, dear mother, Is go and tend vour grave, And leave behind tokens of love To the best mother God ever made, I like to think, when life Is done, Wherever heaven may be. That she'll be standing at the door Up there to welcome me. Lovingly remembered and sadly missed by her beloved daughters, Erna Jensen, Martha Scherle and Ken Ingles. STEVENS In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother, Mrs. Helen (Nell) Stevens, who passed away August 15, 1962. Sadly missed along life's way, Quietly remembered everyday. Loved and missed by Doreen, Vera, Art, Les, Merv and families. WEEDMARK In loving memory of Kenneth Weedmark. Always remembered and sadly missed by Lil and family; Pat and Jim and family; and Flo and family. 75 LEGACIES MEMORIAL BOSCO SOCIETY gratefully accepts memorial donations and legacies to help establish treatment centres for children and teenagers who are suicidal, highly delinquent or severely addicted to drugs. Tax Deductible. Mail to P.O. Box 1755, Regina, Sask. S4P 3C6. Canadian Diabetes Association Regina and District Branch gratefully accepts memorial donations for education and research at P.O. Box 575, Regina, Sask., S4P 3A3. Cmmm For PERMANENT RECOGNITION or REMEMBRANCE of a loved one, or to record special events such as graduations, births, Wedding Anniversaries, and other special occasions, donations will be gratefully accepted by the SASKATCHEWAN CENTRE OF THE ARTS FOUNDATION, 200 lakeshore Drive, Regina, S4S 0B3. Donors of $250.00 or more may request an application form to have a seat dedicated and this will be recognized on an "Honour Roll" located in Centennial Lobby. All donors will be premanently recognized in the donor book regardless of the size of donation. All donations are tax deductible. Phone PAT BEANLAND - 584-5050. 70 PERSONAL OPEN SUNDAY Bi-Rite Drugs Northgate Mall Gordon Rd. & Albert Gardiner Park Park & Victoria Open 9 a.m. to Midnight Phone 543-2345, 543-1772 Open 9 a.m. to Midnight Phone 584-3435 Open 9 a.m. to Midnight Phone 337-0202 Open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Phone 525-3355 BAKERIES DRUG STORES EAST NORTH Bun King Bakery DEWDNEY DRUGS OPEN 10 a.m. 4 p.m. OPEN 9 A.M. 9 P.M. 1661 Park St. Phone 522-1223 3034 Dewdney Ave. Phone 527-8604 NORTHEAST Buns Master Bakery 10 A.M. 4 P.M. Phone 5454933 623 Park St. behind V.I.P. Plaza SOUTHWEST Buns Master Bakery 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Phone 586-3508 3936 Gordon Rd. Albert Park Plaza CONFECTIONERIES AVON REXALL DRUGS Open a.m.- p.m. Sat. and Sun. 270) Avonhurst Dr. Phone 543-1446 PINDERS NORTH ALBERT 450 Albert St. N. 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Tax deductible. 2571 Broad St., Regina: Phone 352-4601. 20 BIRTHS 3ts Twins CABYLIS Stan and Marlene are happy to announce the arrival of the twins on August 7, 1982. Zachery Stelios, 5 lbs., 18V4" long and Tyler Douglas, 6 lbs., 12 oz., 19'i" long. Proud grandmothers are Mrs. R. Cabylis and Mrs. M. Tonlta. Special thanks to Dr. Woodrow, nurse Miss Wong, nurse Sharon and the maternity staff at the Pasqua Hospital for their excellent care. WAGNER Bob and Chris are pleased to announce the arrival of their daughter Andrea Nicole, a sister for Jennifer. Born August 4, 1982 weighing J lbs. 5' j ozs, 21i'4 inches long. Grandparents are James and Gerda Anderson of St. Brieux, Sask. and John and Emma Wagner of Earl Grey, Sask. Special thanks to Dr. F. Davies and the maternity staff of the Regina General Hospital. JO MONUMENTS REMCO MEMORIALS LTD. Regina, 569-0621 .Moose Jaw 692-4666; Yorkton.783-4212 WESTERN MONUMENTAL Quality memorials, reasonably priced. 40 Years Personal Service. We don't use high pressure tactics. 1651 Toronto St. Phone 522-2216. 'YOUNGS' ALEX YOUNG MONUMENTAL Phone 352-7371 Scartft and 4th Ave. Opposite Regina Cemetery Gates. 40 HAPPY DAYS HAPPY 32nd BIRTHDAY LARRY LOVE Darrell. Lorraine. Aaron. Brenda and Vervin. Mom and Dad. 40 HAPPY DAYS RITA THE BEAUTY QUEEN OF 1930 ALL OUR LOVE FROM LISA, KAREN, MICHAEL. MARLA AND ALICE MARYLIN Pushing a 3rd of a century, but still looking good. LOVE DON HAPPY BIRTHDAY DAD Love Curtis, Kevin and Karen I DON FRIESEN Soon 4lOttvs of a century ofd When you turn 40 tomorrow don't fret that you're elder than you've ever been before. Look at it fns war: You're younger than you M ever be again. Sponsored bv ftt Friends of Don Friesen Society, a group whose sol aim is to mane Hvs man a legend in his own time.. .if time oeTntts. Happy Birthday, Brother Lee 'Ati i m t

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