The Leader-Post from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada on April 7, 1982 · 52
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fr 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 Classified Section D6 The Leader-Post Regina, Saskatchewan Wednesday, April 7, 1982 MEMBER OF THE CANADIAN PRESS The Canadian Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of oil 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 $1.30 per week (suggested) Mall Subscription Rates In Saskatchewan 1 year $100.00 6 months $52.00 3 months $26.50 1 month $9.00 Sat. Only, yearly $21.00 In Canada 1 year $105.00 6 months $55.00 3 months $28.00 1 month $9.50 Sat. 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Cards of Thanks or in Memo-riam Notices. $4 00 for 50 words or less 1 for each additional word. Leader-Post BOX NUMBER charoe for Box service. $10 00 not refundable. If is advisable to use Name, Address, and Teleohone Number for better results. Use of phone number alone is not convenient in some cases to out-of-town readers. NOW MORE THAN 225,000 READERS DAILY 1 DEATH NOTICE BECKER Doreen Viola (nee Domes) of Yellow Grass, Sask., passed away suddenly at the Pasqua Hospital, Monday, April 5, 1982 at the age of 54 years. She was predeceased bv her parents, one sister, and one ' brother and she Is survived by her lovino family: her husband Fred, son, Gerald and his wife Kim of Regina Beach, Sask., a daughter, Gall, Regina, seven brothers: Lome, Regina, Herb, Hamilton, Ont Bernard, Winnipeg, Man., Walter, St. Albert, Alia., Alvln, Smlthers, B. C, Vern and George, Yellow Grass; one sister: Mrs. Clarence (Alice) Metheral, Yellow Grass and numerous nieces and nephews. The funeral service will be held on Thusdav, April 8, 1982 at 2:00 p.m. from Peace Lutheran Church, Yellow Grass with the Rev. Bruce Gelhorn officiating. Interment to follow in the Yellow Grass Cemetery. Flowers are most gratefully declined. Friends so wishing may make donations in memoriam to the Canadian Cancer Society (7 1942 Hamilton Street, Regina, Sask.) or the Peace Lutheran Church Memorial Fund (co Erica Altwasser, Yellow Grass). Arrangements are entrusted to the Helms-ing-Forsberg Funeral Chapel (Milestone). GRAHAM April 5, 1982, William Douglas Graham, late of 811 N. Morris Cres., Regina, passed away at the age of 29 years. Mr. Graham is survived by his loving parents, Doug and Pearl Graham of Regina; two brothers: Daryl and Craig, both of Regina; one sister, Judy Luffman and her husband, Larry of Regina; grandmother, Elma Reed and her husband, Jim of Florida, U.S.A.; one niece, Jana Luffman and one nephew, Adam Luffman, both of Regina. The funeral service will be held on Thursday, April 8, 1982 at 1:30 p.m. in the Chapel of the Lee Funeral Home, 3101 Dewdney Ave., with Rev. Ken Earl officiating. Interment to follow in the Riverside Memorial Park Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations made to the Arthritis Society, 4 1651 11th Ave., Regina, would be appreciated by the family. Arrangements in care of the Lee Funeral Home, John Lipp, Funeral Director. (Courtesy parking south of the Chapel). HANDFORD On Sunday, April 4, 1982, Ellen Rutherford (Nellie) Handford, widow of Garnet Alexander Handford, Indian Head, Sask., age 92 years. The funeral service was held in St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, Indian Head, Sask., on Tuesday, April 6, 1982, at 2 p.m. The Reverend Charles A. Scott officiant. Interment in the Indian Head Cemetery. Mrs. Handford was predeceased by her husband, Garnet Alexander Handford, in Sept. of 1965; infant son, John; five brothers and three sisters. She is survived by two daughters: Marion Jackson of Indian Head, Mrs. Gordon (Eunice) Paterson of Ingersoll, Ont.; five sons: Bill of Regina, Gilbert and Melvin of Pincher Creek, Alta., Mervin of Indian Head, Reg of Calgary; 36 grandchildren, 42 greatgrandchildren; one brother, Bill Tullis of Brandon, Man. Mrs. Handford was known for her unselfish concern for others and her hospitality. At an age when most people retire, Mrs. Handford commenced working at the Indian Head Orange Home and worked there for twelve years. Her tireless and unselfish devotion to the children earned her respect and life-long friends. She remained an ardent gardener all her life, winning many prizes at the annual Horticulture Show. The measure of her worth may be summed up in a few words by a former resident of the Indian Head Orange Home, 'She gave honor to the word kindness'. Mrs. Handford will be sadly missed by her family and friends and will remain an inspiration to all those who loved her. If friends so desire, contributions to the Orange Benevo-lant Society, 1954 Angus St., Regina, may be tokens of remembrance. Arrangements in care of Tubman Funeral Home. OSHAWAY On Monday, April 5, 1982, Mr. John Oshawav of the Wlshart, Sask. district passed away at the age of 68 years. He was predeceased by one brother and is survived bv his wife, Stella; a daughter, Louise (and Ed) Polisky, Wyn-vard, Sask. and sons: Ken (and Sherlev), Winnipeg, David (and Marnev), Prince Albert, Sask. and Barrie (and Cheryl), Tis-dale, Sask.; seven grandchildren; five sisters: Sophie, Frances, Mary, Stella and Annie; three brothers: Joe, Louis and Felix. The funeral service will be held on Thursday, April 8, 1982 at 10:00 a.m. from Mary, Queen of All Hearts Roman Catholic Church, Lestock with the Reverend Terry Grohs off icating. Interment will follow in the Little Stone Church Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, friends so wishing may make donations to the Saskatchewan Heart Foundation (6 -1942 Hamilton Street, Regina). Arrangements are entrusted to the Helmsing-Fors-berg Funeral Chapel (Lestock). 1 DEATH NOTICE IRVING-Tuesday, April 6, 1982, Mr. John Thomas Irving, age 76 years. Dearly beloved husband, of Mrs. Teresa Irving, Suite 205-2301 Lome Street, Regina. - Predeceased by his sister: Eva, and brother: Hector. Mr. Irving is survived by his loving wife, Teresa, two sons: Mervin and daughter-in-law Grace, Bill and daughter-in-law Louise all of Regina, five grandchildren, one great-grandchild and nieces and nephews. Mr. Irving was an active Freemason, was a member of St. Andrew's Lodge 174 A.F. and A.M. and of Was-cana Preceptory 51. He was a Past District Superintendent of District 16 and a member of Prince of Wales Chapter of Royal Arch Masons, Wa Wa Shrine and active in the Drill Corps and 5-50 Unit. A memorial" service will be held Thursday, April 8, 1982 at 3:30 p.m. in Speers Funeral Chapel with Rev. R. Armstrong officiating. Cremation, flowers most gratefully declined. Friends so wishing may make donations In memoriam to the Shriner's Hospital for Crippled Children in care ot Wa Wa Temple, 2065 Hamilton Street, Regina or a charity of their choice. MacNEILL On Monday, April 5, 1982, Mr. Alexander Burke MacNeill of Pioneer Village Nursing Home, Regina, passed away at the age of 94 years. Mr. MacNeill was predeceased by his loving wife, Clara in 1979 and one brother, Wallace. He is survived by three sons: Mr. Lloyd MacNeill (and wife Evelyn), Regina, Mr. Glen MacNeill (and his wife Lois), Surrey, B.C., Mr. Morley MacNeill (and wife Marion), Denver, Col., three daughters: Mrs. Frances Chant (and husband John), Regina, Mrs. Mariorie Bourret (and husband Charles), Portland, Oregon, Mrs. Dorothy Simons (and husband Charles), Regina, 21 grandchildren, 24 great-grandchildren; two sisters: Mrs. P. F. Acorn, Calgary, Alta., Margaret, Ohio; and one brother, Daniel, Detroit, Michigan. The funeral service will be held on Saturday, April 10, 1982 at 1:00 p.m. from the Helmsing-Forsberg Funeral Chapel (2210 College Avenue) with the Rev. Rodney Francis officiating. Interment to follow in Riverside Memorial Park. Flowers most gratefuly declined. Arrangements are entrusted to the Helmsing-Forsberg Funeral Chapel (Phone 522-7678). MALYK Bill Malyk passed away Sunday, April 4, 1982, at the age of 81 years. He will be sadly missed by his beloved wife Katie, and daughters: Anne Fines, Regina, Sask., and Irene Doyle, San Francisco, California. He was very proud of his grandchildren, and Granpy Bill will always be lovingly remembered by Irvin, Shelley, Randall, Leslie, Eugene, Stephanie, and Jill. Bill Malvk was born in the Ukraine and came to Regina as a young man. Until his retirement he was employed by the CPR. The funeral service will be held on Thursday, April 8, 1982, at 1:00 p.m. from the Helmsing-Forsberg Funeral Chapel (2210 College Avenue) with Mr. Hewitt Helmsing officiating. Interment to follow in Riverside Memorial Park. Arrangements are entrusted to the Helmsing-Forsberg Funeral Chapel. (Phone 522-7678) PROCTOR On Sunday, April 4, 1982, Mrs. Ada F. Proctor of Gray, Sask. and formerly of Readlyn, Sask. passed away at the age of 95 years. Predeceased bv her husband, Jim, in January 1974; her parents; three sisters; four brothers in England and her son-in-law, John, on August 1, 1980. Mrs. Proctor is survived by her only daughter, Mrs. Neva Lafoy of Gray; two granddaughters: Pat (and Cliff) Mintern, Kam-loops B.C., Neta (and Jim) Monson of Milestone, Sask.; four great-grandchildren: Kelly and Krista Mintern, Kara and Lindsay Monson; one sister, Winnie O' Brien, Scarborough, England; as well as several nieces and nephews in England. Born in London, England, Mrs. Proctor came to Canada in 1912 to the Rouleau district. She married Jim Proctor on November 30, 1912 and home-steaded in the Readlyn district where she lived until 1951, retiring Ihen in Gray where her only daughter, Neva lived. In her younger years she was most happy caring for the sick and knitting for the Armed Forces. Later in life Mrs. Proctor loved gardening, tending her flowers, caring for animals and above all being close to her family and friends. The funeral service will be held on Thursday, April 8, 1982 at 1 1 :00 a.m. from the Helmsing-Forsberg Funeral Chapel (2210 College Ave.) with the Rev. Laird White officiating. Interment to follow in Regina Memorial Gardens. Flowers most gratefully declined, however friends so wishing may make donations in memoriam to the charity of their choice. Arrangements are entrusted to the Helmsing-Forsberg Funeral Chapel (522-7678). 1 DEATH NOTICE SAAL Monday, April 5, 1982, Mrs. Katherine Saal, age 81 years, late of Rouleau, Saskatchewan. Predeceased by her husband, Anton, January 9, 1969, Mrs. Saal is survived by one son, Roy and daughter-in-law Eleanor; three grandchildren: , Ron and his wife Karen, Debbie and her husband Lome Wilson, all of Rouleau, Linda and her husband Mike Benoit of Grand Prairie, Alberta; four great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. Funeral service will be held Thursday, Aprils, 1982 at 1:30 p.m. in Speers Funeral Chapel with Reverend P. Neilsen officiating. Interment In Regina Memorial Gardens. Flowers, most gratefully declined, friends so wishing may make donations in memoriam to a charity of their choice. STEININGER Monday, April 5, 1982, Mr. Philip Stein-inger, 941 Arthur Street, Regina was born into a new world on his 71st birthday. Predeceased by his par- ents, his first wife, Elizabeth; two sisters: Barbara Steininger and Lizzie Hahn; four brothers: John, Bill, Fred and Frank; one step-son: Ralph Raho. Mr. Steininger Is survived by his loving wife, Edna, two daughters: Mrs. I. (Connie) Laugh of Corunna, Ont., Mrs. S. (Gail) Fisher of Sherwood Park, Alta.; one son: Randy of Regina and one step-daughter Mrs. - M. (Corinne) Bokitch of Moose Jaw; one step-son, Jim Raho of Prince George, B.C., 12 grandchildren, two brothers: Henry and Reinhold, both of Gren-fell, Sask., numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral service will be held Thursday, April 8, 1982 In Trinity Lutheran Church, 12th Avenue and Ottawa Street at 2 p.m. with Rev. H. Borgardt officiating. Interment in Riverside Memorial Park. Flowers most gratefully declined. Friends so wishing may make donations in memoriam to the Allan Blair Memorial Clinic Trust Account, 1555 Pasqua Street, Regina, Sask. Arrangements in care of Speers Funeral Chapel. WILKINSON Mr. Lome Robert Wilkinson, 4 - 275 Fair-ford St. East, Moose Jaw, passed away in a local hospital, Tuesday, April 6, 1982, at age 69. Born in Tux-ford district, he received his schooling at Tuxford School, started farming at age 16 with his father and brother, continuing to farm until age 65, when he retired and moved to Moose Jaw. Mr. Wilkinson, along with others in the community, were Instrumental in the planning and building of the Tuxford Memorial Rink. He was a member of the Tuxford Rink Board, was on the Village Council and an overseer for a number of years. Also a member of the Tuxford Hockey Team and a member of the B.P.O.E., Moose Jaw. He was1 an avid curler and enjoyed photography. Predeceased by his parents; a brother, Gordon; an infant brother, he is survived by his wife, Lilian, Moose Jaw; a daughter and son-in-law, Lvnne and Gerald Bayne, and grandsons, Erin and Ryan Bayne, all of Regina; two sisters: ' Mrs. John (Gladys) Riley and Miss Dorothy Wilkinson, both of Victoria, B.C.; a sister-in-law, Mrs. Ruth Akins. The funeral service will be held at the W.J. Jones and Son Chapel on Thursday, April 8, 1982 at 1:00 P.m. Rev. David Holmes, minister at St. George's Anglican Church, will officiate and interment will follow at the Rosedale Cemetery. Memorials to the Canadian Cancer Society, 211 - 24 Fairford St. East, Moose Jaw, would be appreciated bv the family. Arrangements in care of W.J. Jones and Son Funeral Home, 106 Athabasca St. East, Moose Jaw. ZIMMERMAN Mrs. Elvina Zimmerman, late of Es-tevan, passed away on Monday, April 5, 1982 at the age of 61 years. Mrs. Zimmerman is survived by her husband, Joseph; one son, James Waldron, SI. Albert, Alberta; one daughter, Mrs. Linda Sue Bryeide, Estevan; her mother, Mrs. Mabel Andrews, Estevan; three brothers: Armour Andrews, Torquay, Marvin Andrews, Winnipeg, Vernon Andrews, Estevan; three sisters: Mrs. Vi Denton and Mrs. Adele Kohaly, Estevan, Mrs. Lilas Dame, Missoula, Montana; five grandchildren. Predeceased by her first husband, Frederick Waldron and her father, Arthur Andrews. Funeral service will be held at 1:30 p.m., Thursday, April 8. 1982 from Trinity Lutheran Church, Estevan with Reverend Wayne Berg officiating. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Trinity Lutheran Church. Arrangements in care of the Orsted Funeral Home, Estevan. 1 DEATH NOTICE JEFFS-On Monday, April S, 1982, Matilda Jane Jeffs, widow of William Jeffs, Summerberry, Sask., age 92 years. The funeral service will be held in The Tubman Funeral Chapel, Wolseley, on Thursday, April 6, 1982 at 2:00 p.m. The Rev. W. P. Tomalin officiant. Interment In Summerberry Cemetery. Predeceased by her husband in 1963 and two brothers: Ralph and Thomas - Smallpiece, Mrs. Jeffs is survived bv one son, William, Summerberry; one daughter, Mrs. George (Frances) Stein, Palmer Rapids, - Ontario; two grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. 2 FUNERAL CHAPELS 1 r I rf iee runerai ; Home 3103 DEWDNEY AVE., REGINA TELEPHONE 527-8645 BRANCH OFFICE-Cupar, Sask. .JOHN LIPP Owner and Manager SPEERS Funeral Chapel Inc. 2136 College Avenue Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 1C5 522-3232 or 522-4433 Directors of Funeral Service Since 1906 HELMSING FORSBERG FUNERAL CHAPELS 2210 College Ave. Regina, Sask. 522-7678-352-7666 Branches at Milestone. Southey Raymore, Lestock Directors of Funeral Service Life Appreciation Services 5 CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere thanks to our wonderful friends, neighbors and relatives for their many acts of kindness following the recent loss of our husband, father and grandfather, Charles Livingstone. Your remembrances with flowers, baking, meals, cards and memorial contributions to me Multiple Sclerosis Society were most appreciated. Thank-you to Rev. Barbour of Knox-Met-ropolitan Church for officiating at the funeral, the pallbearers and the ladies of Prairie Place for providing and serving the lovely lunch following the funeral. We wish to express special thanks to our family doctor, L. A. Cawsey, for his constant care and home visits. Cora Livingstone; son, David; daughters: Carol and Heather and families. 10 IN MEMORIAM BINFET In loving memory of a dear father and grandfather, who passed away April 7, 1972. There's always a lonely heartache And often a silent tear, Always a treasured memory Of the days when you were here. It's lonesome here without you, For life is not the same to us Since you were called away. Lovingly remembered by daughter, Anne and family. CROWE In loving memory of a dear mother, Blanche, who passed away April 6, 1969. Your presence is ever near us, Your love remains with us yet. You were the kind of a mother, Your loved ones would never forget. Sadly missed, always loved and remembered by your children, Helen. Cora and families JOHNSON In loving memory of dad, Mr. Albert O. Johnson, who passed away April 7, 1977. And while he sleeps a peaceful sleep. His memory we shall always keep. loved and missed by Jim, Pat, Garry, Joel and Kris. PEACE AND DIGNITY ARE YOURS "Let no one take away thy crown." In memory of Mrs. Lena Argan (Arganiszuk) 1899 1980 Mother and grandmother The Wm. P. Argan family PRYZNYK In loving memory of our dear son and brother. Jonn, wno passed away AprH 7, 1980. A silent thought, a secret tear. Keeps his memory ever dear, Tim takes away the edge ot grief. But memory turns back every leat. Lovinalv remembered bv dad. mom. eramos, Cheryl, Ed, Tammy and families. SCHMIDT In loving memory of Bill, who passed away April 7, 1977. Silent thoughts, tears unseen. Wishing your absence was only a dream. Today, torn morrow, our whole life through. We wilt always love and remember you. Sadly missed by wife, Nome; Children: Debbie, Grant and Comic; parents. Karl and Dorothy 10 IN MEMORIAM SHAW In loving memory of a dear mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother, Martha, who passed away April 7, i9M. Memories are like leaves of gold, They never tarnish or grow old. As you were, you will always be, A beautiful thought In our memories. Sadly missed by her three sons: Arthur, Gerald and Earl; daughters: Dora, Stella, Jean and families. SMITH In loving memory of a dear daughter, mother and sister, Mary Lucy, who passed away April 7, 196t. Upright and lust in all her ways. Loyal and true through all her days, Silently suffered, patiently bore, God took her home to suffer no more. Forever loved and sadly missed by her mother, Isabelle, stepfather, Jim, brothers, Ray and Toby Ra-cette, daughters, Tobllynn and Peggy Smith. WAGNER In loving memory of a dear husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather. Jack Henry Wagner, who passed away on April 7, 1979. 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. Ever loved with treasured memories by his wife Edith, daughters, Alice and Walter, Gloria and Glen, Valeria and David, Heather and Clarence and their families. WAGNER In loving memory of Grandpa Wagner, who passed away April 7, 1979. All of your grandchildren loved you dearly. Cherish precious memories that will always linger. Sadly missed and lovingly remembered by the grandchildren: Delia, Donna, Doug, Dean, Shelley, Keith, Blaine, Denlse, Darren, Tannis and Andrew. mi WIRLL In loving memory of a loving husband and father, Sieg, who passed away April 7, 1961. One sad and lonely year has passed, Since our great sorrow fell, The shock that we received that day, No one can ever tell. God gave us strength to meet it. And courage to bear the blow, But what it meant to lose you, Sieg, No one will ever know. It's lonely here without you. We miss you more each day. For life is not the same for us. Since you were called away. You bade no one a last farewell, Nor even said good-bye, You were gone before we knew it, And only God knows why. It broke our hearts to lose you, But you did not go alone. For part ot us went with you. The day God called you home. Lovingly remembered and sadly missed bv wife, Dorothy and families. WIRLL In loving memory of our dear son, brother and uncle, Siegfred, who passed away April 7, 1981. This month comes with deep regret, It brings back a day we can't forget. You passed away without saving good-bye, But the memories of you will never die. We miss you more than anyone knows. As each day passes the emptiness grows, The tears we shed can be wiped away. But the ache in our hearts will always stay. Loved and sadly missed bv Mom and Dad Wirll. sister Mary, brother-in-law Bob and family; brother Frank, sister-in-law Doris and family WIRLL In loving memory of Sig, who passed away suddenly April 7, 1981. It's been a year since you've been gone. A lifetime seems to have passed. We never have forgotten you, Your laugh, love and care. Because with us, you will always be. No matter where we go. With love, Harold. Irene, Wendy and Ricky. WIRLL In loving memory of Sieg-ford who passed away April 7, 1981. His charming ways and smiling face, Are a pleasure to recall. He had a kindly word for each. And died beloved bv all. sadly missed bv Bill, Ruby, Dennis. Shelley, Darcy and Darwin. WIRLL In loving memory of a dear son-in-law Sieg, who passed away April 7, 1981. Treasured memories we hold so dear. Will always keep vou near. always remembered by father-in-law, mother-in-law, Clifford and Martha and the West family. WIRLL In loving memory ot my 90dfafher. Sig. Within my heart I will always keee A special place for you. And try to do the best in life. As you would want me to. Sadly missed. Laurie. WIRLL In loving memory ot our friend and colleague, Siegfred. who passed away Aorit 7, 1981. Always remembered by Police Administration and garage staff. 15 LEGACIES MEMORIAL BOSCO SOCIETY gratefully accepts memorial donations and legacies to helo establish treatment centres for children and teenagers who art suicidal, highfy delinquent or severely eddicteC to drugs. Ta Deductible Vail to P.O. Box 17SJ. Regina. Sask. S4P Ka. 20 BIRTHS BRIERE Ray and Darlene are pleased to announce the birth of their sacond child, a girl, Lynd-say Rae, born March 20, 1982 at 1:52 P.m., weighing 6 pounds, 1) ounces. Excited older brother Is Bryan and proud grandparents are Mrs. Dorothy Brlere and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Dlebel. Special thanks to Dr. Wagman and the nursing staff of the Regina General Hospital. GUTEK Edward and Beverley are pleased to announce the arrival of their first born, a daughter, Reagan Kea, bom In Regina General Hospital at 12:49 a.m. April 2, 1982 weighing 6 lbs, 10 ozs. and 19" long. Special thanks to Dr. Govender and staff of Regina General. SLYWKA Ed and Barb are happy to announce the safe arrival of their son, Jonathan Edward. Jonathon arrived at 10:39 p.m., March 20, 1982, weighing 7 lbs, S ozs., and 20 and Vi inches long. Proud grandparents are Mr, and Mrs. Nick Slywka of Lipton, and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Patterson of Regina. Special thanks to Dr. Model and the great nursing staff at the Pasqua Hospital. 30 MONUMENTS for all your memorial requirements contact Hilts U-v V 569-0621 . Memorial Counsellor 611-6tb Ave. E Park St a, 6th Avi Regina WESTERN MONUMENTAL Quality memorials, reasonably priced. 40 Years Personal Service. We don't use high pressure tactics. 165) Toronto St. Phone 522-2216. 'YOUNGS' ALEX YOUNG MONUMENTAL Phone 352-7372, Scarth and 4th Ave. Opposite Regina Cemetery Gates. 65 LOST AND FOUND FOUND a set of car keys bv Martin Collegiate yard. Phone 545-2504. FOUND at Condie, April 4th, kitten, white with calico back and tail. Phone Humane Society, 543-6363. FOUND; change purse, Albert St and Rae St. Can claim by identification. Phone 586-8658. FOUND female domestic cat, brown and black with white paws and chest. Found on Centennial St. Phone 586-7649. FOUND female, German Shepherd pup,' collar. Glencairn Village. Phone 337-0559. FOUND: Gray and White cat on Gale St. Phone 543-1210. FOUND: Half grown white female cat, very distinctive black markings on tip of nose, on each ear and tail. Found In area of Arneson and Blakenev streets. Phone 586-3316. FOUND: Ladies watch. Corner of Broder St. and 14th Ave. on the afternoon of March 29. Phone 527-8083 to identify. FOUND: Lady's watch at North Spa Lady. May claim by indentifying. Phone 569-1711, extension 456 days or 543-5915 evenings. FOUND: one pair of lady's prescription glasses near Friesen's Pharmacy. Phone 543-7025. FOUND: On Hill Ave., small very old volume of the New Testment. Phone 586-8953. FOUND pair of glasses in case, vicinity of Krlvel Crescent. Call 949-7604. FOUND set of keys in Normanview parking lot. Owner may have, bv identifying unique key chain. Phone 543-3934. FOUND: 3 keys on Leader Post key-chain at Northgate Mall, 1 Honda-key. Phone 725-3488, Strasbourg. FOUND: 3900 block Pasqua St., one spoked hub cab, octogon centre with red, white and blue seal in middle. Phone 545-2879. LOST Argyle and Ring Road, 1 male puppy, white with brown spots, black collar. Reward offered. Phone 543-7123. LOST: Cross Terrier German Shepherd pup, has white markings on his feet, chest and tail. Child's pet. Reward offered. II you or one of your neighbors have see him, please call 545-9038. LOST little girls pink glasses. Between 9 block Princess and St. Lukes School. Reward Offered. Phone 352-0458. 70 PERSONAL 'A-A' Half ton, removal of garbage, iunk, clean lots or building. Individual rates. Phone 522-3160. ACE ESCORTS Variety for the persons with taste Phone 522-2191 ADDED TOUCH Escorts for gentleman. Meet a new friend today. Call us 12 p.m. to 4 a.m. Open Sundays at 522-7176. A FAD Will never replace Natural Sensible Skin Care Giselle Roeder Has trained us to show you how. Phone 543-7561 A HALFTON for removal of iunk. hauling all kinds. Phone 527-8285. AIR BEDS The olternotive to a waterbed. PHONE 568-2347. ALL CONCERNED natural mothers, and ADOPTEES who would now be of legal age to help form a group and has written to previous ads on Concerned Mothers, please rewrite to P.O. Box 1304. Regina. Sask. S4P 0BS. for matters of convenience and confidentiality. ATTENTION! Roof problems?? Give me call tor free estimates anytime. Hot built-up roofing, re-roofing, repairs and maintenance. Old and new. Satisfaction guaranteed. Phone Merv at 522-5049. BAY-VIL TAILORS We are qualified tailors from Europe witti 20 years experience. We do custom tailoring, alterations and repairs of all kinds. Phone 527-1721. 1603 Victoria Aye. BIRTHRIGHT Pregnant-need help-Call 525-666 BRONZING BABY SHOES. HATS. Boots, etc. Guaranteed work. Phone 949-4425. CAL-MAR AGENCIES JANITORIAL SERVICES Will do offices and buildings. Phone 522-7168 for estimates. DOMESTIC and commercial refrigeration and air conditioning service. For last and dependable service call Rick s Refrigeration at 5224131. CLASSIFICATION INDEX Announcements Births 20 Apartment Blocks 925 Building Supplies 270 Apartment Blocks Wanted 927 Business, Professional Directory 890 B.C. Property 980 Cards of Thanks 5 B.C. Accommodation 985 Cemetery Plots 50 Business Opportunities 628 Coming Events 230 Business Opportunities Wanted 625 Crematoriums 45 Buildings, Houses For Removal 920 Oeaths 1 Commercial Property 78 Marriages 25 Farms for Sale Farm Market Florists 35 Hotels Motels 630 Furniture Reflnlshing Investment Property 635 and Repair 210 Houses for Sale 900 Funeral Chapels 2 Houses Planned Built 915 Fruit Baskets 40 Houses Wanted to Buy 902 Home Repairs 200 Listings Wanted 918 In Memorlams 10 Lots for Sale 965 Gardening i, Supplies 240 Lots Wanted 970 Legacies and Memorials 15 Miscellaneous Property 938 Lost Found 65 Mobile Homes 941 Monuments 30 Mobile Homes Wanted ' 942 Personal 70 Mobile Homes Parts and Business Service Directory 100-199 Accessories 94J Sand -Gravel 260 Townhouses 901 Societies Lodge Meetings 60 Out of Town Property 90S Taxis 290 Employment . If Agents and Distributors Domestic Help Farm Work Wanted Farm Help Wanted Trades and Skills Restaurant Help Motel, 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 325 330 Market 300 305 310 315 316 320 340 302 345 335 355 Merchandise Antiques . 505 Bicycles ,510 Cameras Photography 515 Coins Stamps 525 Financial 600 Fireplaces 528 Food Market 530 Garage Sale , 532 Hobbies - Crafts 535 Insurance 660 Livestock - Horses Farm Market Machinery Tools 540 Miscellaneous Articles for Sale 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 Goods 583 Swaps 585 Stuff 'n' Things 501 Typewriters Office Machines Supplies 590 Wanted to Buy 595 Real Estate for Sale Recreational Bicycles 510 Boats - Motors - Marine 868 Camping Equipment, Trailers 520 Motorcycles - Scooters 837 Snowmobiles 83S Summer Resorts 788 Winter Resorts 789 Vacation Guide. 792 Rentals y0 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 for Sale or Rent 776 Garages Wanted 780 Houses to Rent Furnished 736 Houses to Rent Unfurnished 732 Houses for Exchange 740 Houses Wanted Unfurnished 744 Parking Space for Rent 784 Rooms Wanted 724 Shops and Factory Space 764 Suites Wanted 728 Stores 7S7 Offices 756 Stores and Offices Wanted 760 Unfurnished Rooms 708 Unfurnished Suites 712 Warehouse 772 Transportation Jp Automotive Services 620 Autos Wrecking Parts Accessories 822 Autos for Sale 800-819 Airplanes, Parts, Service 829 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 280 Trailers Trucks Wanted 84S To place your Action-Ad, telephones are open daily, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Sunday evenings 5:00 to 8:30 p.m. PHONE 569-1 100 70 PERSONAL CARS AND TRUCKS APPRAISED . You can and will lose when you do not know the real value of your vehicle. SAVE DOLLARS NOW Before you deal, trade or Settle a claim GET IT APPRAISED Phone anytime 545-5719 CHAMPAGNE ESCORTS Attractive escorts. Noon to 4 a.m. PHONE 522-4880 CRANE BAPTISTE, Debbie - last known address, Hobbema, Alberta or anyone knowing her whereabouts, please contact the Wetaskiwin District Office of Alberta Social Services and Community Health on a matter of urgent personal concern. CUSTOM FURNITURE ORDER NOW We are taking orders for custom made high backed wing chairs with Queen Ann legs. Upholstered with your choice of fabric. F inished product can be viewed at 2386 Saskatchewan Drive, Phone 569-844. CUSTOM made iron railings, fences, stairs, and other metal fabrications. Renner Welding, 352-2241. Floors Leveled Telepoles installed and adiusted. Verandas, garages, steps: raised and blocked UP. Call 949-7168. 70 PERSONAL DO YOU HAVE DRY SKIN? Or other SKIN problems? Phone 522-5888 or 352-0512. ED'S MOVING 4 DELIVERY, will do all kinds of hauling, cleaning yards and moving. Phone 949-8369 EXOTIC NITES HOME PARTIES SENSUOUS, lingerie, lotions and potions, marital aids. Adult games. Invite your friends for exotic shopping in the privacy of your home. Ladies parties, minimum 8; mixed parties, minimum 6 couples. For bookings phone 522-1093. FOR free confidential dating information call your friends at 525-9174 BEA'S DATA-MATE 2-2425 13th Ave., Regina HAND crafted decorative iron railings and steps. Phone 569-3568. HANDYMAN with i ton, also snow blower. Senior citizen special consideration. Call 543-2796. HAVE half ton, we clean yards, basements, haul iunk or almost anything anywhere. Cheap rates. Phone 545-2541. HOUSECLEANING and walls washed, regular or one time basis. Call Dial-A-Maid Inc. 527-4427 I would like everyone to know the meaning of Eckankar. Call taped message 522-2188. LEADER-POST Classif i( Advertising Good Friday Holiday r Schedule OPEN THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 8 30 A M. - 5 00 P.M. CLOSED THURSDAY EVENING OPEN GOOD FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 5 00 PM - 830 P.M. CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAY, APRIL 10 OPEN SUNDAY, APRIL II, 500 P.M. - 830 P.M. PHONE 569-1100 i4ii

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