The Leader-Post from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada on March 16, 1989 · 36
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Thursday, March 16, 1989
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D 4 The Leader-Post Regina Thurs., Mar. 16, 1989 V Telephone lines open Monday to Friday 8 to 8, Saturday 1 0 to 2 and Sunday k to 8. Use your Visa 1 or MasterCard. Out-of-town telephone toll free 1- I VISA' 800-667-9999. IFDHo) K 1 DEATH NOTICE CARRICK Leslie Carrick, long time resident of Eyebrow, passed away on Tuesday March 14 in Central Butte Union Hospital at the age of 80 years. Born in Sunderland, England on March 12, 1909, came to Canada with his parents and three brothers that same year settling in the Eyebrow district. Leslie took up farming at an early age, continuing until 1941 when he went to work at the Prairie Airways In Moose Jaw until the end of the war. He then went into the lumber business. He managed a lumber yard in Macrorie and Dodsland and returned to Eyebrow In 1963 and then managed the Co-Op Yard until his retirement in 1974. He remained active In his carpentry until his health failed in 1984. He married the former Violet Badke in October 1935. He was instrumental in the building and forming of the Eyebrow Senior Citizen's - being the first president of that organization. Predeceased by his parents, three brothers; Jack, Norman, and Hector and one sister Mary Lorenz. He will be sadly missed by his wife Violet of 53 years; daughter Jean (John) Callahan of Leduc, Alta., son Glendale of California, three grandchildren and two great gran-daughters, brother George of Eyebrow, sister Dora Walker of Langley, B.C. and sister Vera Smith of Eyebrow and many nieces and nephews. Funeral Service to be held in Eyebrow Memorial Hall on Friday March 17, 1989 at 2:00 p.m. with Pastor Keith Taylor of Eyebrow officiating. Family request no flowers. If so wishing donations may be made to the Canadian National Institute for the Blind, 2550 Broad St., Regina, Sask., and may be forwarded directly. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to The Parkview Funeral Chapel. R.E. Redpath and T.D. Sioberg Funeral Administrators and Directors serving the family. (694-5500). CHERNEY Elaine (Seed), passed away in Houston, Texas, March 15, 1989, after a short illness at the age of 81 years. Predeceased by her dad and mother, Cecil and Mary Seed; one infant sister, Grace; one nephew, Bud Shaw. Elaine grew up in Regina, was educated at Albert School and Scott Collegiate. She leaves her husband, Donald D. Chernev, Houston, Texas; one brother, Ivan (Kelly) Seed, Regina; two sisters: Vera Daniels, of Regina and Adel (Casey) Bruinooge, Houston, Texas; and a number of nieces and nephews. Cremation. No services at the request of the deceased; DEUTSCHER-Sunday, March 12, 1989, Lillian Mary Deutscher, age 63 years, late of Regina, Sask. Funeral service will be held Thursday, March 16, 1989, at 8:30 p.m. in St. Peter's R.C. Church, 100 Argyle St., Regina, Sask. Arrangements in care of Speers Funeral Chapel. DUNCAN On Tuesday, March 14, 1989, Mr. JOHN "JACK" DUNCAN, late of Regina, Sask., passed away at the age of 59 years. Predeceased bv his father, James, in 1984. Mr. Duncan is survived by his loving wife, Ruth; his daughters: Heather (Eric) Hill, of Regina, and their children, Chantal, Clayton, and Colby; Sindi; Bonnie (Wayne), and their son, Brett; sons: James and David, all of Regina; mother, Elizabeth Duncan, of Mission City, B.C.; one sister, Betty (Wally) of 70 Mile House, B.C.; very special mother and father-in-law, Anne and Edwin Kelln, of Lumsden, Sask.; and several nieces and nephews. Jack worked for the city for 30 years and took early retirement due to his health. After retirement, Jack became active helping the handicapped in the maintenance to their homes. He was a special friend to all of them and will be missed by all his family and friends. A Prayer Service will be held on Thursday, (tonight), March 16, 1989, at 8:00 p.m., in the HELMSING FUNERAL CHAPEL, 2210 College Ave., Regina, with Rev. J.H. Peterson, officiating. Cremation to follow. In lieu of flowers, friends so wishing, may make donations to the Cosmopolitan Activity Centre, 810 Edgar St., Regina, Sask., S4N 3H9. Arrangements are entrusted to the HELMS-ING FUNERAL CHAPEL, Regina. (Phone 522-7678). MOLTER Tuesday, March 14, 1989, Mrs. Phyllis May Molter, age 78 years, of 9 101 Proctor Place, Regina, dearly beloved mother of Joanne Molter Carver, Albuquerque. Predeceased by her husband, Joseph P. Molter. Mrs. Molter Is survived by her sisters: Grace Sullivan, of Calgary, Roberta White, of Manhattan Beach, Ca., Kaye Ciero, of El Segundo, Ca.; four grandchildren: Phyllis, Andrea, Linus, and Jared; several nieces and nephews. Memorial Mass will be held on Saturday, March 18, 1989, at 11:00 a.m., In St. Anne's R.C. Church, 1701 Cowan Crescent, with the Rev. J. Deutscher, celebrant. Flowers most gratefully declined. Arrangements in care of Speers Funeral Chapel. PITT Mrs. Katherine Pitt, late of Regina, passed away on Wednesday, March 15, 1989, at the age of 82 years. Kay Is predeceased by her husband Max; four sisters: Helen, Margaret, Pauline and Jean; one brother Joe. She is survived by three brothers: Roy (Cathy) and Nick of Vancouver, B.C., Mickey (Anne) of Regina; two sisters: Anne Crocker of Regina and Rose Matheson of Creston, B.C.; numerous other relatives and many friends. Funeral service will be held in Lakeview United Church, 3200 McCallum Ave., Saturday, March 18, 1989 at 10:30 a.m. with the Rev. Blake Anderson officiating. Interment will follow In Regina Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Saskatchewan Heart Foundation, 6-1942 Hamilton St., Regina, Sask. S4P 2C5. Arrangements in care of Speers Funeral Chapel. PRICE Wednesday, March 15, 1989, Mrs. Kathleen Flora Price, age 74 years, late of Regina. Predeceased by her parents; husband, Harold; daughter, Jean Holinaty. Mrs. Price is survived by her granddaughter, Tracy-Lee Holinaty, of Edmonton, Alta.; sisters: Betty (Don) Hallman and Norah (Louis) Robinson, of Regina; nephew, Gordon (June) Robinson, and their children, Mark and Megan, of Winnipeg, Man. Memorial Service will be held Saturday, March 18, 1989 at 1:30 p.m., in Speers Funeral Chapel with the Rev. Howard Hanson, officiating. Cremation. Flowers most gratefully declined. Friends so wishing may make donations, in memoriam, to the Sask. Heart Foundation, 6-1942 Ham-iltonSt., Regina, Sask. S4P 2C5. We guarantee response to your advertisement after 7 consecutive insertions or we will rerun the same advertisement absolutely free for an additional 7 days (total of 14 consecutive issues). Sell it sooner and you pay only for the number of days you use. This offer good only for private party ads until March 31, 1989. 1 DEATH NOTICE MYERS Clint G. passed away February 27, 1989 in Norwalk, California. Clint grew up and attended school in Abbey, Sask. He is survived by two sons and two daughters; two brothers, Bert and Clarence (Skip) Myers and sisters: Pearl Weber, Edythe Puttonen and Florence Dahl. Clint served in the Canadian Army during W.W. II. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge and a very active member of the I.O.F. OLSON (Deimage) nee Bushell. On Tuesday, March 14, 1989, Mrs. ELNOR MAUDE OLSON, late of Regina, and formerly of Moose Jaw, passed away at the age of 78 years. Mrs. Olson was born on October 23, 1910 at Heward, Sask. She devoted her life to teaching Sunday School at Moose Jaw Minto Church. Elnor was very caring as she provided various boarding houses in Moose Jaw for STI students. She loved gardening, children, and animals, and for many years she was an ardent curler and was also a member of the Olive Branch R.L. 4 Moose Jaw. Elnor fought a long and courageous battle with Parkinson's Disease, while a resident of Sunset Extendicare in Regina for the past 18 years. Mrs. Olson is survived by her son, C. Del (Ann) Deimage, of Ottawa, Ont., and their children, Craig, Brett, and Kathy; one daughter, Evelyn Durell, of Saskatoon, Sask.; one brother, John (Stella) Bushell, of Regina, Sask.; one sister, Ann Senga, of Regina, Sask.; granddaughter, Laurie Lee Grant (Deimage); great-granddaughter, Amanda Lee Grant and Blaine Elder; as well as numerous nieces and nephews; and special friend, Joan Harris, of Regina. Funeral Service was held on Thursday, March 16, 1989, at 11 :00 a.m., In the Sunset United Church, 177 Sunset Drive, Regina, Sask., with Rev. R.S. Harper, officiating. Following the church service, a luncheon was held for family and friends at Sunset Extendicare. Interment followed in Rosedale Cemetery, Moose Jaw, Sask. Donations may be presented to the Sask. Parkinson's Disease Foundation, P.O. Box 102, Sub P.O. 41, Saskatoon, Sask., S7N 0X0. Arrangements entrusted to the HELMSING FUNERAL CHAPEL, Regina. (Phone 522-7678). 2 FUNERAL CHAPELS SPEERS Funeral Chapel Inc. 2136 College Avenue Regina, Ph. 522-3232 or 522-4433 5 CARD OF THANKS The family of the late Mary Diehl wish to extend their sincere thanks to relatives, friends and neighbours for their kindness shown in the loss of our loved one. Many thanks tor phone calls, cards, flowers, baking and mass cards. Thank you to Rev. Father A. A. Van-Denendriessche, Bridget Fahlman, Fillmore CWL for the lovely lunch and organist, Rosella Zvla. Your kindness will be remembered. The Diehl family We wish to express our sincere thanks to our many friends, neighbours and relatives for the kindness shown to us In the recent loss of our dear Wife, Mother, Grandmother, and Great-Grandmother, Irene Webster. Many thanks to all who sent flowers and cards, for visits and phone calls. A special thanks to Dr. Klassen for his care and concern during her Illness. Carl Webster and family. We wish to express our sincere thanks to all our many friends, neighbours and relatives for the kindness shown to us in the recent loss of our brother, uncle, and very special friend, Terence (Murphy) Kincaid. Also to the nurses, interns and to student nurse Debbie of the Pasqua Hospital and to Dr. Brown and Dr. Rlccetfo our thanks for their special care. The Kincaid families, Florence Leach and family. 7 ST. JUDES CORNER May the Sacred Heart of Jesus be adored, glorified, loved and preserved throughtout the world, now and forever. Sacred Heart of Jesus pray for us. St. Jude, worker of miracles, pray tor us. St. Jude help of the hopeless pray for us. Amen. Say this prayer 9 times a day for 9 days. Promise publication. Thank you St. Jude. -Thanks D.P. 1 Oh Holy St. Jude, great In virtue, rich in miracles, thank you for prayers answered. -0 Thank you St. Jude for prayers answered. V.M.L, Thank you St. Jude for listening to my prayers. s. 10 IN MEMORIAM DUREAULT In loving memory of my wife, Helene, who passed away March 16, 1988. Fondly loved and deeply mourned, Heart of my heart, I miss you so; Often my darling, my tears wilt flow; Dimming your picture where'er I go; My lips cannot tell how I miss her, My heart cannot tell what to say; God only knows how I miss her, In a home that is lonesome today. Ever remembered by your loving husband, Louis. HUBER In loving memory of Bryan who passed away March 16, 1986. Gone, dear Bryan: gone forever, How we miss your smiling face. But you left us to remember None on earth can take your place. A happy home we once enioyed How sweet the memory still But death has left a loneliness The world can never fill. A silent thought, a secret tear, Keeps his memory ever dear. Time takes away the edge of grief. But memory turns back every leaf. Forever remembered by Rhonda and Trista. HUBER In loving memory of Bryan, beloved son, brother and uncle, who died accidentally March 16, 1986. We think of you In silence, And often speak your name, All we have are memories,' And a picture In a frame. Our hearts still ache in sadness, Silent tears still flow. For what it meant to lose you, No one will ever know. Forever loved and remembered, Mom, Dad, broth-ers, sisters, nieces and nephews. HUBER In loving memory of a dear friend, Bryan, who passed away March 16, 1986. However long my life may last, Whatever lands I view, Whatever loy or grief be mine, I will always think of you. Sadly missed by friend, Randy. HUBER In memory of Bryan who passed away March 16, 1986. Like falling leaves the years go by But treasured memories never die. Always remembered Brian and Rhonda. PFINGSTL Karl, who passed away March 16, 1988. A faithful husband, one of the best May God grant him eternal rest. Very sadly missed by his wifevette. 10 IN MEMORIAM MYERS In loving memory of a dear wife and mother, Helen Myers, who passed away March 16, 1988. God knew that she was suffering That the hills were hard to climb. So He closed her weary eyelids And whispered"Peace be thine." Away in the beautiful hills of God, By the valley of rest so fair, Some day, we know not when. We will meet our loved one there. Lovingly remembered by Art, Faith, Leslie, and Melody. KING In loving memory of our precious little girl, Ava Kathleen, who was taken to Heaven March 16, 1987 at 12 days of age. As her gone-ness piles In white, crystal drifts It will be the blossom of her moment the warmth of her skin the tiny fingers unfolding the new face we've always known, That has changed us. Take her moment and hold It As every parent does. She will always be our daughter And when the sitting Is done we'll find , Bitter grief could never poison The sweetness of her time. Sadly missed and always remembered by Mommy and Daddy. LAFFERTY In loving memory of dear husband, father, and grandfather, Armand, who passed away on March 6, 1983. We who loved you, sadly miss you, As it dawns another year; In our lonely hours of thinking, Thoughts of you are ever near. Sadly missed and always remembered by Mary, and Gerald and Jennifer, Doreen and Arnold, Lome and Verna, Rose, Andre and Emily, all the grandchil- dren and great-grandchildren. MARTIN In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather. God took him home It was His will, But in our hearts we love him still; 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 Kay, Brian, Rita and boys, Ron, Cheryl and children. MYERS In memory of my mother, Helen Jean. The things we feel so deeply, Are the hardest things to say. When family ties are broken, And a loved ones gone away. Mom, if I had one wish to make, One dream that could come true. I'd pray to God with all my might, For yesterday and you. With love forever, Melody. PFINGSTL In loving memory of our beloved son, brother and uncle Karl who was taken from us March 16, 1988. One year has passed dear Karl, , Since you were called away. How well we do remember That sad and lonely day. They say time heals all sorrow And helps us to forget. But time has only shown How much we miss you yet. For all our lives we shall miss you Karl As the years come and go But In our hearts you will live forever Because we love you so. Smiles can hide our sadness, The tears can be wiped away But the heartache of loving you Karl, Will never go away. Forever loved and so sadly missed by Mom, Eleanor. Bob, Toby, Tom, Jennifer, and Kimberley. CLASSIFICATION Announcements VISA" i Call 569-1100 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday to Friday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturdays or 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Sundays. Visa and MasterCard accepted. leadsrFost 10 IN MEMORIAM NEWTON In loving memory of a dear husband and dad, Tom Newton, who passed away March 16, 197S. A heart of gold stopped beating, Hard working hands at rest, God broke our hearts to prove to us. He only takes the best. Leaves and flowers may wither. The golden sun may set, But the hearts that loved you dearly. Are the ones that won't forget. Sadly missed by wife Lee and family. 15 LEGACIES MEMORIAL BEQUESTS and In-Memoriam donations to THE CANADIAN NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR THE BLIND are tax deductible and provide vital services to visually impaired children and adults in Saskatchewan. CNIB, 2550 Broad St., Regina, S4P 3Z4, 525-2571. REGINA PIONEER VILLAGE LTD. gratefully accepts memorial donations and legacies to further enrich the lives of our residents. Tax deductible. 430 Pio-neer Dr., Regina, Saskatchewan. S4T 6L8. 16 HEALTH CARE MEDICHAIR HOME CARE PRODUCTS Electric adiustable beds, power recliner and lift chairs, 3 wheeled power scooters, bathlifts and much more. GOLDEN MILE CENTRE 584-8456. 20 BIRTHS ITS NOBLE-LEONTOWICZ-Debbie and John happily welcome Bryce Jackson, a brother for Fraser. Born at Regina General Hospital on March 8, 5:46 p.m., weighing 8 lbs. V oz. Proud grandparents are: Leona and Jack Leontowicz of Ituna, Sask. and Carole and Dave Noble of Toronto, Ontario. 21 BABY DIRS. SERVICES ANNOUNCE YOUR NEW ARRIVAL! Stork Arrivals will land a 6' 6" stork on the proud parents front lawn. Call 584-5589. 23 CATERERS WE cater all size functions. Good variety of food. Excellent prices. Phone Al's Catering, 691-0300 days or 693-0958 - 693-6065 evenings and Sundays. 50 CEMETERY PLOTS REGINA Memorial Gardens, 2 side by side burial plots. $800. Call 522-9633. TWO Plots In Memorial Gardens, $800. Phone 757-2958. 64 TRAVEL AMAZING TRAVEL BARGAIN Save 50 at leading hotels. Plus savings up to 50 on cruises, flights, car rentals. 1-693-4690 anytime, and ask for free HOTEL EXPRESS information package. . TRAVEL TO CANADA'S PARADISE ISLAND Vancouver Island at a reduced rate or even free. For information, Call 604-390-3898. 65 LOST AND FOUND IT COSTS YOU NOTHING but a phone call to place a found advertisment. Call 569-1100. FOUND: a Cadillac wheel cover on Sherwood Dr. be-tween England Rd. and Ellison Cr. Phone 949-1625, FOUND: A pink change purse and key holder. Found near Castle and Davidson. Call 584-7747. FOUND: A set of car keys on the 40 block of Gordon Rd. Call: 585-1802. FOUND at N. Albert St. gas station, ladys new beige shoe, size 7. Call 545-6123. FOUND: Black and white 2 month old puppy. Call 569-0574. FOUND: Car fender skirt and hubcaps. All makes. Call 775-1038, after 5 p.m. FOUND: Female Pit Bull cross in vicinity of 20 block Elliott. Call 359-7813. FOUND: house key in the area of 3400 block Kings Rd. Call 586-3263. FOUND: in Walsh Acres, set of keys with leather tab. Owner must Identify. Call 924-0970. FOUND: Keys on key ring in park in Gardner Park area. Call 7897006. FOUND male German Shepherd cross, 8 10 months old, vicinity Inland Rd. and Winnipeg, on March 14. Call 545-9986. FOUND: male tabby kitten, Glencairn area. 584-3476. telephones are open daily, 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. .m, to 2:00 p.m. 3 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. 569rll00 Saturday 10:00 i Sunday evenings 4:( PHONE 65 LOST AND FOUND FOUND: personalized licence Plate, Grant Road School area. Owner must identify. Call 584-3510. FOUND: set of apartment keys on 10 block Rae St. Call 569-8156. FOUND: set of Dodge keys on Broadway Ave. beside Safeway. Call 525-4956, FOUND: Set of Ford car keys with orange tag. F6und by McDonalds on Park St. and Victoria Ave. Owner must Identify. Phone 757-9092. FOUND set of Volvo car keys, vicinity of Speers Fu-neral Chapel. Call 543-4594. FOUND: small, grey and white cat, 5 to 7 months old, near Super Dairy Cone, Albert St. Call Humane Society. FOUND: WHITE Toy Poodle on Park and Dewdney on March 14 around noon. Phone: 352-2600 days or 569-0975 evenings. FOUND: 4eye-beams, 30', on road near Balgonie. Call 771-4104, before 9 p.m. LEFT an overnight bag in a Taxi on Sunday February 26. Any knowledge of this would be greatly appreciat- ed and acknowledged. Please phone 584-8770. LOST: Balgonie area, 1 small black and white Siberian Husky. Very shy. Answers to Susie. Large reward! Call 525-6551, days, 771-4213, evenings. LOST: Black and white miniature collie. Female, leather collar with blue tag displaying veterenarian's phone number. Lost around the 1st ave. and broad st. area. Phone 757-0324 or 787-5886, work. LOST: black and white neutered male cat, Rosemont area. Reward. Call 545-1300 or 352-3110. LOST: black male Chow Chow cross, 4-5 months old. Call 781-6507 days or 775-2490 evenings. LOST: charcoal grey kitten, 8 months, McCarthy Park area, tatoo right ear N38X. 924-4)914 or 565-1862. LOST: Diamond solitaire ring possibly at Royal Bank Northgate Mall automated teller. Call 545-7917. LOST; female Calico Cat. White underneath with black mark on chin. Near General Hospital. Call 565-3656 anytime. LOST: female Sheltie dog, last seen on Lockwood St. Reward Offered. Answers to Pixie. 789-7715. LOST From Assinibola. Brown and white Springer spaniel, 5 year old female. Answers to Tork. Tatoo in inner-left flank. IFP1R. Reward offered. 642-5472 or 642-4145. LOST: In N.W. area, small black dog, Poodle cross, blue nylon collar and tag. Any information helpful, phone 775-3546. LOST: In NW end of city, Golden Male Lab, answers to name of Sulton. Call 545-8499, LOST: ladles gold watch, Superstore. Call 761-0076. LOST: Light Brown colored female cat. Reward of-fered. Phone 543-9792. LOST March 12, Lassie type Collie, male, from Earl GreyCraven area. Phone 939-4595 or 777-5405. LOST: Mar. 7 Ladies goldl watch on 15th Ave. between McIntyre end Albert St. Sentimental value, REWARD OFFERED. Please call 757-7084. LOST: Oliver Pockets is missing. One LARGE male cat, grey in color, with green eyes went missing in Cocheran Highschool area. Wearing flee collar. Pregnant wife eagerly awaiting his return. PLEASE help. Call 352-0466 or 5654040. LOST: One key with 4 key chains. Sentimental value. Lost In South Villa Pizza parking lot or possibly Ar- gyle Park. Call 545-8137. LOST: one men's gold bracelet around City Hall. Reward offered. 777-7534 days or 543-3007 evenings. LOST: set of keys near or In Royal Bank Main Branch on 11th 8. Hamilton. REWARD OFFERED! 525-3494. LOST: Small, white Dog. Benii is his name. From the vacinity of 12 block Angus. Reward. Daytime phone 586-3461, after 6 phone 525-3223. . LOST white poodle terriercross in 14 block Athol. Answers to Tramp. If know anything of whereabouts, 525-9919 or bring to 1445 Athol. Reward. Sadly missed. LOST: White tabby Male Cat. About IV years old. Has tattoo In right ear C40X. If you know anything about whereabouts call 569-0289. Lost around 1848 Alexandra Street. LOST: 2 white 1 year old female kittens, 10 block Athol, 1 with blue eyes, 1 with yellow eyes. REWARD. Call 525-2403. LOST: 4 month old male Pitbull, tiger striped, an- swers to Lucifer or Lucy. Call 522-1907. LOST : 4 month old apricot Toy Poodle. Answers to the name Lacey. 2400 block Harvey St. area. Call 352-8336. 66 HAPPY DAYS OPEN HOUSE TEA Held In honor of Alice Morrow'! 80th blrthdey, from 2:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Sunday, March 19, 1989, at South Leisure Center, 170 Sunset Or., Regina. Gifts gratefully declined. INDEX 66 HAPPY DAYS HAPPY DAYS PICTURE OF YOUR CHOICE AD OF THIS SIZE ONLY $21 MAUREEN LEGAULT A. Is 50 today B. Looks very old C. Is very old v D. All of the above - 68 COMPANIONS WANTED DARC please write again with phone number or meet-, ing place. Reply to Box 1370, Leader Post. GOOD looking attached male, mid thirties, seeking female for companionship and relationship. Reply to Box 1423 Leader Post. - LADIES 20 - 50 ; If you are bored or lonely or iust feeling reckless you, need an adventure. I am a 38 year old, attached, exec- utive, blond hair, blue eyes, athletic build, also, inneed for adventure. Cleanliness and discretion as- sured and expected. Write to Box 1394, Leader Post. MALE, late forties, clean, loving, hardworking, would' like to meet lady in forties with same Qualities for' friendship or lasting relationship. Wide variety of in- terests. Please reply to Box 1430, Leader Post. MALE, mid 60's, healthy, intelligent, clean. Travel, hobby, work main interests. Desires female companionship of similar interests. Reply to Box 1411 Leader Post. RETIRED businessman, divorced, 5 ft. 8 inches tall, 155 lbs., age 60 with various interests would like to meet unattached petite or slim lady between the ages of 50 and 60. Reply to Box 1436, Leader Post. SINGLE male, early 50's, young at heart, enioys camping, and boating. Seeks lady 40-50 for friendship. Send reply stating interests to Box 1450 Leader Post. SINGLE male, 38, looking for an attractive, young lady, 28-35, single, no children, who enioys Quiet evenings at home, music, sports, social drinking. Enclose photo and phone number and send to Box 1245, Leader Post. ADULT SERVICES BURLESQUE PRODUCTIONS MaleFemale exotic dancers. Phone 522-7295. FEEL THE HEAT! Canada's hotest live fantasy phone service Is sizzling! Call 1-416-862-0155 VICTORIA B.C.. Pro exotic dancer visits Regina March 8 - 28. Special rates 1 time only. Call Victoria after 6; 949-9488. YOUR FANTASY - OR MINE PRIVATE DISCREET CONVERSATIONS DOMINANCE A SPECIALTY ' CALL 1-978-1747 70 PERSONAL AAA Moving delivery, furniture, rubbish. Call 522-8839 A BIG or small rubbish haul. Call 569-9890, anytime. ABLE STUDENT will haul anything. Call 584-3292. ASK US ABOUT OUR FAIR PRICE POLICY For mort Informtton ctl 525-2795 E E I 1929 Albert St Phona 52S2795 Mon. -Thurs. 1 00 p m.-9:00 p.m. Frl. 100 p.m.-8 p.m. Sat. 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. DISCRETE PHOTO FINISHING Professional quality, roll development and printing or custom enlargements. ZOOM PHOTO. 212 919C Albert St Regina, Sask,. S4R 2P6. DOES your charity or non-profit organization need money? Try Treasure Cheques. Phone 949-1978 or 359-7614 Psychic Joy Everyone wants the same thing out of life. Joy, using her E SP. abilities can help you get health, happiness, love, luck and greater understanding of your destiny. EASTER SPECIAL Palm, Tarot, Crystal Ball and pyramid readings $ C Any reading Af e 85 to 90 accurate, .nee ran, 16 years experience. Ctll I DJ'JUa1 LADY softball pitchers wanted. Phone Lome 949-4039, LOS Angeles women looking lor Regina widower taking train trio August 1996, Vancouver -CaHary lett at Banff Write P.O. Box 573, Covine, CA, USA 91793. 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