The Leader-Post from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada on August 20, 1987 · 37
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Phone 569-1100 Monday thru Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Saturday, 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Sundays, 4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. DEADLINE 1:00 p.m. weekdays (Insertion In next publication). Classified Display 12 noon, day prior to publication. Corrections Cancellations Corrections must be made before the second Insertion. The Leader-Post will not be responsible for more than one Incorrect Insertion. Correction deadline 1.00 p.m. Sunday through Friday. Cancellations made after first Insertion tor following day's paper up tolOO p m. Section D The Leader-Post Regina Thurs.,, Aug. 20, 1987 1 DEATH NOTICE ANDERSON Mrs. Marie Anderson, late of Moose Jaw, Sask., departed this life to be with Our Lord, on Tuesday, August 18, 1987, at the age of 47 years. Funeral Services will be held at Central Lutheran Church, 27 Hochelaga St. W. on Friday, August 21, 1987 at 2:00 p.m. The family gratefully declines flowers in favour of memorials to the Central Lutheran Church Memorial Fund. Arrangements are entrusted to Parkview Funeral Chapel. R.E. Redpath and DJ. Campbell, Funeral Administrators and Directors, serving the family (694-S500). DERRINGER-On August 17, 1987, Clem Derringer, late of Mankota, passed away at the age of 69 years. Predeceased bv his father and mother: Wendelineand Philllp-plna Derringer; three brothers: Raymond, Pius and Nick; and his sister, Annie Schafer. He is survived by his wife, Catherine of Mankota; three children: Neil (Cheryl), with the Armed Forces, stationed In Germany, Glen (Nicole) of Mankota and Eileen Derringer of Calgary; two grandsons: Jeffrey and Bradley; his brother, John (Elizabeth) Derringer of Mankota; several nieces, nephews and cousins. Funeral service will be held in St. Alberts Roman Catholic Church, Mankota, Saturday ,day, August 22, 1987 at 11:00 a.m. Father Murton Miller, Celebrant. Interment will be held In the Mankota Cemetery. Prayers in St. Alberts Roman Catholic Church, Friday evening, 7:00 p.m. Memorials will be received for the Mankota Nursing Home or Masses. Ross Funeral Service Limited in care of arrangements. DOMBOWSKY The death of Mr. Louis Joseph Dombowsky, age 64 years, of 1127 Clifton Ave., Moose Jaw, occured on Wednesday, August 19, 1987. The Funeral Mass will be celebrated from St. Joseph's R.C. Chruch on Saturday, August 22, at 10:30 a.m., Rev. Father Douglas Purschke, will be the Celebrant and inter ment will follow in the Claybank Cemetery, Claybank, Sask., at 2:00 p.m. Louis was born in Russia, January 12, 1923 and came to Canada with his parents at the age of 2 years to Avonlea, Sask. He attend-ed Roseville Rural School and later Notre Dame College, at Wilcox, Sask. He married Eleanora Nagel at Claybank, in 1951, and they resided in the district for 6 years, then moved into the town of Claybank for a number of years. The family moved to Marquis, Sask. in 1962 and resided there until 1974, when they came to Moose Jaw. He actively farmed in Claybank district until his illness in 1985. Louis was a member of St. Joseph's Church, a member of the Knights of Columbus, a dedicated worker of the Moose Jaw Right To Life, a Trustee of the Moose Jaw Separate School Board for 6 years, and was a founding member of the Antique Auto Club, and Sukanen Ship Pioneer Village and Museum, and the Dus 'T' Spokes Model 'T' Club. Predeceased by his wife, Eleanora, in 1986; and infant granddaughter, Stephanie Joy Dumbowski, in 1987; and his brothers: Joseph and Harry. He will be missed by his 10 children: Marie (Rick) Morin, Columbia Falls, Montana; David (Joni), of Saskatoon; Roseann (Percy) King, of Hudson Bay, Sask; Helen (Richard) Ingold; Michael (Debby); Bernard (Charlotte); all of Moose Jaw; Joe (Shirley), of Briercrest; Ben (Shelly); Theresa; and Louise (Rod) Hart; all of Moose Jaw and 19 grandchildren, he Is also survived by two sisters: Cecilia Geirl, of Moose Jaw; and Agnes Beingessner, of Regina; and one brother, Anton, of Moose Jaw. In lieu of flowers, memorials would be appreciated for the Moose Jaw Right To Life and may be forwarded directly to P.O. Box 1863, Moose Jaw, Sask., S6H 7N6. Prayers will be said on Friday evening at 7:30 p.m., In St. Joseph's R.C. Church. Arrangements are entrusted with Parkview Funeral Chapel, R.E. Redpath and D.J. Campbell, Funeral Administrators and Directors serving the family. Louis will be remembered as a man respected in the community and outlying districts, for standing by his convictions for the family, the unborn, the Catholic School System, the Catholic Church and politics. In all these areas he will be remembered as one not only concerned about issues, but one who went to work to change things that needed to be changed, and to protect things that needed to be protected. He will always be appreciated by his family as being a strong motivator and an excellent father and husband. The example left with us will forever affect us, because we saw a reflection of Jesus. MACK Mrs. Hazel Mack late of Wey-burn, and formerly of Benson, passed away at Weyburn on Tuesday, August 18, 1987 at the age of 67 years. Mrs. Mack is survived by her husband, Matthew, Benson; two sons: Dennis, Regina, Larry (Glenna) Red Deer, Alta; two daughters: Caren (Craig) Cooley, Esterhazy, Lori (Norm) Moressette, Chilliwack; one brother Arnold (Hazel) Molstad, Outram; six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren; also numerous nieces and nephews and other relatives in the States. Predeceased by one son Lawrence. Funeral Mass will be held at 10 a.m. Sat., Aug. 22, 1987 from the Sacred Heart R.C. Church Benson with Father L. Crozon officiating. Prayers will be said at 7:30 p.m. Friday, August 21 from the Sacred Heart R.C. Church. If friends so desire, donations may be given to the Sask. Alzheimer's and Related Disease Association. Funeral arrangements in care of Orstead Funeral Home, Estevan. PRESCOTT Tuesday, August 18, 1987, Mr. William Kelly Prescott, age 32 years, dearly beloved husband of Jacqueline Prescott, Regina, Sask. Mr. Prescott is survived by his loving wife, Jackie; one brother, Clay of London, Ont.; his parents, Wanda and Murray Prescott of Regina and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews. Funeral service will be held Friday, August 21, 1987 in St. Andrew's United Church, Athol St. and Dewdney Ave. at 2:00 p.m. with the Rev. D. Elton Adams officiating. Interment in Riverside Memorial Park. Flowers most gratefully declined. Friends so wishing may make donations in memoriam to the Regina Society for the Humane Care of Animals, Albert SI. and Armour Rd. Regina, Sask. or to Transition House, care of Jan VenAertseiaer, 1805 Rae St., Regina, Sask., S4T 2E3 or to a charity of their choice. Arrangements in care of Speers Funeral Chapel. SEED On Tuesday, August 18, 1987, Mr. ERWIN RUSSELL SEED, late of Regina, Sask., passed away suddenly at home at the age of 78 years. Predeceased by his parents; five sisters and two brothers. Mr. Seed leaves to mourn his passing, his loving wife, Kaye; one daughter, Sharon (Bill) Woodward and their children: Geoff, Terri, Shelley and Laurie, all of Regina; one son. Jack (Cathy) and their children: Mike and Patti, all of Edmonton, Alta.; two sisters: Greta Goudie of Saskatoon, Sask. and Gladys McGregor of Estevan, Sask. and numerous nieces and nephews. Memorial service will be held on Friday, August 21, 1967 at 1:30 P.m. in Sunset United Church, 177 Sunset Drive, Regina, Sask. with Rev. Larry Edwards officiating. Cremation. Flowers most gratefully declined, however friends so wishing may make contributions to the Arthritis Society, 864 Victoria Ave. E., Regina, Sask. S4N 0P2. Arrangements are entrusted to the HELMSING FUNERAL lHAPEL, Regina. (Fftone 522-7678). 1 DEATH NOTICE HUARTSON On Monday, August 17, 1987, Mrs. EMILY MAY HUARTSON, late of Regina, passed away at the age of 60 years. Predeceased by her mother and father, Mrs. Huartson leaves to mourn her passing, her husband, Bill; four sons: Daryl (Eileen) Linder of Lancer, Sask., Gaylen of Regina, Sask., Brian (Nancy) of Ottawa, Ont. and Kimberly of Ottawa, Ont.; four grandchildren: Bill, Nicole, Brandi Linder and Kyle Huartson; one sister, Isabelle (Jim) Patrick of Lancer, Sask. and numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral service will be held on Friday, August 21, 1987 at 2:30 p.m. In HELMSING FUNERAL CHAPEL, 2210 College Ave., Regina, Sask., with Reverend Howard Hanson officiating. Interment to follow In Riverside Memorial Park. Flowers most gratefully declined, however friends so wishing may make donations to the Sask. ' Lung Association, Fort San, P.O. Box 500, Fort Qu'Appelle, Sask., S0G ISO. Arrangements are entrusted to the HELMSING FUNERAL CHAPEL, Regina. (Phone 522-7678). KRAMER On Sunday, August 16, 1987, Mr. CLARKE LEE ADAM KRAMER, passed away accidently near Thunder Bay, Ontario at the age of 31 years. Predeceased by his grandmother, Grace Kramer and uncle, Ron Porter. Clarke leaves to mourn his passing, his three children: Carmen, Erin and Damon, all of Regina; parents: Verne and Rita Kramer of Dysart, Sask.; two brothers: Jack (Shelley) and son, Justin of Theodore, SasK. and Todd (Colleen) and son, Jamie of Regina, Sask.; one sister. Bonny and friend, Randy Curzon of Estevan, Sask.; grandparents: Elmer Kramer of Weyburn, Sask. and Vincent and Theresa Messer of Midale, Sask.; uncle, Lome (Betty) Kramer of Midale, Sask.; two aunts: De-lores Porter of Kelso, Sask. and Marlene (Bob) Conlin of N. Vancouver and cousins. Funeral Mass will be held on Thursday, August 20, 1987 at 11 :00 a.m. in St. Vincent de Paul R.C. Church, 314 - 3rd. St. N.E., Weyburn, Sask., with Rev. Fr. Gordon Rushka, Celebrant. Interment to follow in Green Acres Memorial Gardens, Weyburn, Sask. Prayers will be held on Wednesday, August 19, 1987 at 7:30 p.m. in St. Joseph's R.C. Church, Midale, Sask. At the time of his passing, Clarke was employed with C.N.R. Clarke was a true friend and will be greatly missed. He loved the outdoors and wild life and therefore in lieu of flowers, contributions to the Regina Wild Life Federation, 2163 Wallace St., Regina, Sask., S4N 4A6, would be appreciated by the family. Arrangements are entrusted to the HELMSING FUNERAL CHAPEL, Regina. (Phone 522-7678). For you, son, I was thinking of you today, When I realized that I haven't told you in a while, how wonderful it is to have you for a son. Sometimes of course, I worry about you, But that's iust a natural part of being a parent, - More often, I think about how special you are, j And how much ioy your cheerfulness and willingness to help out, have added to my life, I may have criticized you at times, I may have tried at times, to change you, But I love you, lust the way you are, And the way you are, makes me very proud. Love Mom and Dad. LOPPE Mrs. Hertha Loppe late of Calgary, formerly of Oxbow, passed away at Calgary, on Monday, August 17, 1987 at the age of 89 years. Mrs. Loppe is survived by four sons: Leonard, Oxbow, Norman, Sun. dre, Leo, Port Elgin, Herman, Alder-grove; 19 grandchildren; 17 great-grand' children; one great-great-grandchild. Also numerous nieces and nephews. Predeceased by her husband Berthold; one son Irvin; one daughter. Marguerite; two brothers: Ewaldt and Willie. Funeral service will be held at 2:00 p.m., Sat., Aug. 22 from St. Peter Lutheran Church, Oxbow with Pastor G. Heidorn officiating. If friends so desire donations may be given to the Lutheran Hour or St. Peter Lutheran Church Memorial Fund. Funeral arrangements in care of the Orstead Funeral Home, Oxbow. HARPER On August 19,1987 Marvin Clark Harper, late of Assiniboia, formerly of Kincaid, Sask., passed away at the age of 77 years. Predeceased by his parents one brother Marriott, January 1987; one nephew, Captain Terry Harper. He is survived by two brothers: Bruce, his wife Helen and family of Regina and Keith and his wife Beatrice and family of Yorkton sister-in-law Edna Harper and family of Kincaid as well numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral service will be held in The Glencaid United Churd, in Kincaid on Saturday, August 22, at 2:00 p.m. with Mrs. Bev Gray officiating. Interment will be held in the Kincaid Cemetery. Ross Fu neral Service in care of the arrangements. DOUGLAS Mr. Clarence Alexander Douglas, late of Glenewen, passed away at Oxbow, on Wednesday, August 19, 1987 at the age of 70 years. Mr. Douglas Is survived by two sons: Wallace (Connie), Oxbow, Garry (Heather) River John, N.S one daughter, Carol (Gordon) Pennycook, Daysland, Alta.; one brother Pat Carn duff; three sisters: Ivy Henderson and Ann Clark both of Geraldton, Ont., Dorothy Morden, Emo, Ont.; nine grandchildren; one great-granddaughter. Predeceased by his wife Leone. Funeral service will be held at 10:30 a.m. Sat., Aug. 22, from the Glenewen United Church with Rev. Ivan Smith officiating. If friends so desire donations may be given to the Oxbow Union Hospital Memorial Fund or the Canadian Cancer Society. Funeral Arrangements in care of the Orstead Funeral Home, Oxbow. 2 FUNERAL CHAPELS SPEERS Funeral Chapel Inc. 2136 College Avenue Regina, Ph. 522-3232 or 522-4433 5 CARD OF THANKS O Holy St. Jude, great in virtue, rich in miracles, thank you for prayers answered. D. Thanks to St. Jude for ait your help and for answering my prayers which means so much to me and my family. V.V. Thank you to St. Jude, the Sacred Heart of Jesus, St. Anthony, the Blessed Virgin Mary and St. Theresa for many prayers that have been answered. St. Jude is never known to fail. A.M.T. The family Elden Hitsman wish to express our sincere thanks to the many friends who through their expression of comfort, gifts to the charities of their choice, flowers and visitations, ail have helped us through our loss and sorrow. A special thanks to our Minister, Glenn Gorham for his kindness and understanding. Also to Dr. Moore, nurses and staff of the Plains Hospital for their kindness to Elden. Helen Hitsman and Family. 10 IN MEMORIAM AVERY In loving memory of our darling niece and cousin, Amanda Wendy, who passed away accidentally August 20, 1984. When evening shades are falling. And we sit in quiet alone. To our hearts there comes a longing If she only could come home. Friends may think we have forgotten, When at times they see us smile, But they little know the heartache Our smiles hide all the white. Lovingly remembered and deeply missed by Uncle Wade. Auntie endv. Matthew, Melissa Talbott. 10 IN MEMORIAM AVERY In loving memory of our darling daughter and sister, Amanda Wendy, who passed away accide-tally August 30, 194. She is not far, She Is always near, In memory that holds most dear. In hearts that still care, In the love that goes on, She will never be tar, She will never be gone. So sadly missed, so lovingly remembered, Mom and Dad, Ryan, Justin, Jeremy end Joel. AVERY In loving memory of a dear granddaughter. Amanda Wendy, who accidentally passed away Aug ust 20, 1984. A silent thought, a secret tear, Keeps her memory ever dear Time takes away the edge of grief But memory turns back every leaf. So sadly missed and forever remembered by Papa and Nanny Nlstor. AVERY In loving memory of Amanda Wendy. Lovingly remembered and sadly missed, Love Larry Tracey and family. CARLSON Cherished memories of our dear 'Nanny', Pearl Evelyn Carlson, who passed away August 20, 1985. Somedsay, sometime, we shall see The face we loved so well, Someday we'll clasp Nanny's loving hand And never say farewell. Always loved and remembered by Randy, Cheryl and Alyssa. CARLSON In loving memory of our dearest mother, Pearl Evelyn Carlson, who passed away August 20, 1985. Take up thy cross and follow Him, Nor think to lay It down; For only he who bears the cross May hope to wear the crown. In that eternal city Where no tears dim the eye; In the home of many mansions We will meet her by and bv. Always loved and remebered by Doreen and Al. CARLSON In loving memory of my dear wife, Pearl, who passed away August 20, 1965. 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. Always loved and remembered by her loving hus band, Vlnol. CARLSON In loving memory of our dear 'Nanny', Pearl Evelyn Carlson, who passed away August 20, 1985. We like to think, when life Is done In Heaven there will be Nanny standing at the door Up there to welcome me, Loved and remembered Earl and Jean. CARLSON In loving memory of my dear mother, Pearl, who passed away August 20, 1985. God took her Home, it was His will. But In my heart she iiveth still. Forever loved and remembered by her daughter, Hazel. CARLSON In remembrance of "Nanny", Pearl Carlson, who passed away on August 20, 1965. Much of what and who we are, Results from who we've known. Nanny's love, kindness and lessons, Remain with us, though she's been taken home. Loved and remembered bv Rick, Linda, Preston, Melanie, and Crystal. HAYWARD in loving memory of our beloved mother, Cecelia, who passed away August 20, 1980. There is a center to each home, From which all love must start. The center of the home, It Is a mother's heart. Lovingly remembered by her children: Grace, Mar ion, Al, and Doug. MORGAN In memory of our mother and grandmother, Evelyn, who passed away August 20, 1982. Upright and iust in all her ways, Loyal and true through all her days, Silently suffered, patiently bore, God took her home to suffer no more. Loved and missed by daughter Maxine, and six grandchildren. POITRAS In loving memory of a dearly beloved husband, Victor, who passed away on August 20, 1984. Your presence is ever near me, Your love remains with me yet, You were the kind of a husband, Your loved one will never forget. Sadly missed by loving wife, Rosemary. POITRAS In loving memory of a dear uncle, Victor, who passed away August 20, 1984. We do not forget, nor do we intend. We'll think of you to the very end; Forgotten by some you may be, In our memory you will ever be. Lovingly remembered by Oilve, Tom and family. RAYMER In loving memory of a dear son, brother and uncle, Larry, who passed away August 20, 1977. A page In our book of memories Gently turned today, Like falling leaves, the years slip by, But precious memories never die, Just as you were, you will always be, Loved and cherished in our memory. Lovingly remembered and sad(y missed by Mom, Dad and family. SCHETTLER In loving memory of a dear husband, dad, grandfather and great-grandfather, Gerhard, who passed away August 20, 1980. Wonderful memories woven in gold, These are the memories we tenderly hold. Deep in our hearts his memory is kept, To love, to cherish and never forget. Lovingly remembered and sadly missed by his loving wife, Edith and family. 15 LEGACIES MEMORIAL BOSCO SOCIETY gratefully accepts memorial donations and legacies to help in the establishment and op eration of centres for the treatment of the very emotionally troubled children and adolescents of our society. Tax Deductible. Mail to P.O. Box 1755, Re- gina, Sask. S4P 3C6. SASK. ALZHEIMER'S AND RELATED DISEASE ASSOCIATION Gratefully accept memorial donations and legacies for education and research. Tax deductible. P.O. Box 1876, Regina, Sask. S4P 3E2. CLASSIFICATION Announcements Merchandise Adult Services Births Building Supplies Cards of Thanks Cemetery Plots Coming Events Companions Wanted Crematoriums Deaths Escort Services Florists Furniture Refinishing and Repair Funeral Chapels Happy Days Home Repairs fn Memoriams Gardening 8, Supplies Legacies and Memorials Lost Found Monuments Personal Business Service Directory Sand Gravel Societies Lodge Meetings Taxis 69 20 270 S 50 230 68 45 1 71 35 210 2 66 200 10 240 15 65 30 70 100-199 260 60 290 II Employment Agents and Distributors 325 Domestic Help 330 Farm Work Wanted Farm Market Help Wanted 300 Trades and Skills 305 Restaurant Help 310 Motel - Hotel -Office and Clerical Help 315 Professional 316 Sales Positions 320 Hospital Personnel 340 Employment Services 302 Situations Wanted 345 Teachers Wanted 335 Career Training 354 ( Instructions i Business Colleges Trade Schools - Music ' Voice Drama - Dancing Correspondence Courses i Colleges - Universities VISA' IS LEGACIES MEMORIAL fc MAY WE BE THE CHARITY OF YOUR CHOICE? Elks Purple Cross Fund and Deal Detection Program, 108 438 Victoria Ave. East, Regina, Sask., $4N 0N7. Tax Deductible. 21 BABY GIFTS. SERVICES TEDDYS To Go! Teddy Bears with balloon bouquets delivered for all occasions. CHELTON INN MALL. Phone 7892424. 30 MONUMENTS ALEX YOUNG MONUMENTAL ' Call 352-7372 or 522-7949, Scarth 8 4th Ave. REMCO MEMORIALS LTD. Regina 789 2199; Moose Jaw 6924666; Yorkton 7834212 65 LOST AND FOUND IT COSTS YOU NOTHING but a phone call to place a found advertlsment. Call 5691100. FOUND a blue Budgie on Price Cres. Call S43-2300. FOUND: Baby carriage, Victoria and Albert area. Owner must identify. Phone 586-4838. FOUND Baycrest Huricane, maroon colored bicycle, Argyle Park area. Call S43-8050, FOUND black and white female short hair cat. Vicinity Normanview. Call 545-5230. FOUND: Black and white wire haired terrier pup, Rosemont area. Phone 775-0830. FOUND: Black and white rabbit found 3rd block St. John St. Call 5699347. FOUND black cat with white neck and stomach mark-Ings. Vicinity University Park East. Call 789-0000. FOUND: Boys red Venture series BMX bike with black handlebars, in park on Markwell Drive. Phone 543-3100. FOUND girl's 10 speed in area of Ken Jenkins school, owner must Identify. Call 543-6943. FOUND: Gold ring on Proctor Place. Call 586-8769. FOUfyD: grey female cat with white paws, white chest and tummy, pregnant, Cathedral area. 352-2963. FOUND: Lady's Butova quartz watch, Golden Mile area. Owner must Identify. Call 586-9846. FOUND: little yellow cat, bushy toll, face lighter than body, possibly female. Call 352-1902. FOUND: Male kitten, beige, -grey face and tail (Siamese). Mclnnis Cres. area. Call 5454768. FOUND: Mens 10 speed bike, General Hoepital, owner must identify. Call 352-1923. FOUND: Miniature Collie or Sheltie on 7th and Lewvan. Call 757-8778. FOUND: One tan and white tabby cat, near Taylor Field, 2 to 3 months old. Call anytime 525-5768. FOUND: one tennis racket by the museum on College. Owner must identify. Call 545-8754 after 5 p.m. FOUND: one Thom Collegiate class ring. Owner must identify. Cali 584-9590. FOUND: Short hair male kitten, grey, small white patch on chest and stomach, Gardiner Park. Phone 789-0631. FOUND: small female cat, brown tabby with some orange, green eyes, found in Regina Ave Area. Call 584-3598. FOUND: stray male red and white tabby cat, been in 32 block Westgate for a couple of months, left ear half missing but in good health. Phone 586-9053. FOUND: Two keys on ring, Winnipeg and Broadway Ave. Call 545-3361. FOUND: white short haired, Siamese cross kitten, 1400 Block Reynolds. Caii 352 9780 after 5. Found: Wooden chair with orange upholstered seat on 13th Ave. Call 522-1996. FOUND 1 little girl's purse, around St. James Church. Call 949-9580. FOUND 1100 Block Wascana, gray male kitten, with rings around eyes and white on chin and paws. Ap-prox. 5 or 6 months old. Call 761-7946. FOUND: 2300 block Retallack, 5 month old male orange tabby kitten. Was wearing brown collar with bells. Phone 569-3263, FOUND: 3 office keys on an Autocraft key ring, South end, McPherson Ave. Phone 586-9377. LOST: about 6 month old kitten, black and grey tiger striped with white stomache and legs. Wearing red collar. Last seen 2134 Halifax. Call 359-7308. REWARD. LOST: Black wallet containing ID. REWARD! Phone Diane 522-2134. LOST: Female grey kitten, 8 weeks old, in Glen Cairn area. Partner 6 weeks old is very lonely. Call 789-3286. LOST: female, light grey, tabby long haired cat, 1 year old with white flea collar, answers to 'Ivy', last seen August 17, 22 block Montague. Childs pet. Call 352-0853 after 1 p.m. LOST: in Dieppe, boys Trak BMX, blue with yellow trim, 3 pads, red lock. Call 543-4218. LOST: Lakewood area orange neutered mate cat with white markings. Has tatoo in right ear, answers to Tiger. REWARD! Phone 775-1442. LOST: Male Labrador cross, answers to "Butch" lost on 15 Block Rae. Call 352-7040. LOST: Male tabby cat, one year old, Froom Cres. area. Phone 352-8878. LOST: medium size cat, greyblack tabby, white chest and feet and leftright side of nose, tattoo In ear, Irvin Cres., Normanview, reward. Phone 949-5499. LOST: Near Rosemont Shopping Centre, young Siamese cat, cream color, chocolate brown head and paws. Phone 545-2763. Reward offered. LOST: one year old male German Shepherd, black and tan, brown leather collar, tattoo on stomach, Up-lands area, reward. Call 545-9993. LOST: Orange and white cat, vicinity 6 block Wasca- na. Please call 522-9639. LOST: small declawed dark seal point Siamese female cat in North Pizza hut area. Reward. Call 545-9495. LOST: Three month old female kitten, white with a few ginger-tabby patches around ears and body, dark tail, Lakeview area. Call 584-9000. LOST: White female cat with black patch on top of head, black studded leather collar, answers to Mid-night. Small Childs pet. Cali Chris 352-472S. LOST: 5 week old German Shepherd pup, Pasqua Hospital area. Phone 525-5527. Real Estate for Sale Recreational Bicycles Boats - Motors Marine Camping Equipment, Trailers Motorcycles - Scooters Snowmobiles Summer Resorts Winter Resorts Vacation Guide PHONE 569-1100 65 LOST AND FOUND MISSING from 27 Block Broder biackbrown long haired neutered male tabby, 13 months, tattoo In ear, black collar with tags, very friendly. Answers to Mur phy, Caii 757-5862 after 6 or 345-2318 anytime. MISSING: since August 12 in southern), 1W year old Siamese cat wearing blue collar. Reportedly struck bv car on Wascana Parkway but body not found when city went to pick up. if you know Max's fate please Cali 5864719 after 5:30 P.m. REWARD OFFERED Lost: neutered male cat, tabby with black and brown stripes. White on face, chest and paws. Lost from 15th and Argyle. Could be anywhere. Call 5223990. 65 HAPPY DAYS A COME AND GO TEA honoring Selma Phillips on the occasion of her 80th Birthday will be held at Odd Fellows Hall, Rae and 13th, Sunday, August 23, from 2 to 4 p.m. Everyone welcome. Bob I would like to thank you for the past 16 years on this special day and especially for all your love and support when William was born in July. I love you. Pat. HAPPY "40th" 'BUFFALO' BILL BARLOW From your younger brother, Bev, Robbie and your boys JOHN & MARY GERHARDT HAPPY 55TH ANNIVERSARY Love From All Your Family 68 COMPANIONS WANTED ATTRACTIVE, warm, gentle, clean, married male, 43, wishes to meet an attractive 2545 year old female for discreet T.L.C. married housewife preferred. Write to Box 1067 Leader Post. COMPANIONSHIP of gentleman desired by single senior lady. Please state your interests. Reply to Box 1086, Leader Post. SINGLE, senior man, attractive, active, seeks lady companion. Phone number please. Write to Box 1062 Leader Post. ADULT SERVICES CASCADE SPECIALTY CLINIC. CALL 5B5-1206. GAY & Bl ESCORTS AVAILABLE FOR SINGLES OR COUPLES. MALE PHONE 5256985 FEMALE s Female Dancers Stags, Parties, Birthdays Phone 789-5079 tag LE PREMIER When only the best will suffice, try the most satisfying phone fantasy service in Canada, 1-416-862-0475. LOVE PLUS A Love Shop for Mature Adults Complete line of Lingere, Marital Aids, Novelties, Cards and Magazines. 1805 Broad Street. Call 352-7932. STRIPPERS Regina's Only Professionals (No Sexual Services) CALL OUTRAGEOUS TELEGRAMS 525-8466 YOUR FANTASY - OR MINE PRIVATE DISCREET CONVERSATIONS CALL 1-978-1747 INDEX Rentals Board and Room 800 Board and Room Wanted 820 Farms for Rent Farm Market Furnished Rooms 804 Furnished Suites 816 Furnished Houses Wanted 852. Garages for Sale or Rent 876 Garages Wanted 860 Houses to Rent Furnished 836 Houses to Rent Unfurnished 632 Houses for Exchange 840 Houses Wanted Unfurnished 844 Offices 775 Out of Town Rentals 854 Parking Space for Rent 884 Rooms Wanted 824 Shared Accommodations 802 Shops and Factory Space 780 Suites Wanted 828 Storage - Outdqor Compound 885 Stores 785 Stores and Offices Wanted 790 Unfurnished Rooms 808 Unfurnished Suites 812 Warehouse 795 3 Transportation Automotive Services 620 Autos Wrecking Parts Accessories 622 Airplanes - Parts Service 629 All Terrain Vehicles 636 Auto Rentals Autos Wanted 628 Auto Rentals, Leasing 621 Boats - Motors Marine 668 Cars for Sale 600-619 Motorcycles Scooters Trail Bikes 637 Motor homes 633 Snowmobiles 635 School Buses 630 Tires 624 Towing Service 626 Trailer Equipment Repairs 665 Trailers - Trucks 640 Truck Accessories 641 Transportation 280 Trailers Trucks Wanted 645 510 668 520 637 635 888 889 892 70 PERSONAL AAA Moving delivery, furniture, rubbish, Call 522-8839 A. Aaron hauls anything, Vs ton, anytime. Call 949 3816 AAB HAULS rubbish, junk, etc. Call 757-3140 anytime. A Able ton to do hauling, rubbish. Call 586-5673 ABBOT'S MOVING LTD also rubbish, deliveries, etc. Weekdays after 6, weekends anytime, call 384-0943. A BIG or small rubbish haul. Call 569-9890 anytime. ABLE and willing to haul lunk and clean up back yards. Call Wayne 352-1986. ABLE bodied man with W ton will haul anything. Also do odd jobs. Phone 949-5542. - ABLE MAN WILL HAUL RUBBISH. CALL 352-8869. ABLE to do rototilling, lawn cutting, haul rubbish, odd jobs. Rotted manure. Free estimates. Call 525-3867. ABOUT '7 ton hauling, also rototilling, call 789-0246 ACTUALLY THE MASSAGE CABIN Offers remedial masssaoes. Call 352-4444 ALL READY to move in or out of town, 1 ton van. PHONE 924-2072. A student will haul rubbish. Call 5B4-8042. BJ'S HAULING, Rubbish, deliveries, etc. Cheap rates. PHONE: Mon. Sat. 525-3662. "BOWLERS WANTED" . For a evening of fun mixed league starting Sept. 2. Looking for singles or teams. For details call: Diana 585-0064, Cindv 776-2544, Shelly 545-4412. "BOWLERS WANTED'' Starting Tuesday, September 1, 7 9 p.m. at Prairie Lanes. For an evening of fun and relaxation Phone Maureen at 949-0759 anytime. CALL ROY for auto repairs 545-0311. CAL0RAD I lose weight while I sleep WITHOUT dieting. 100 natural ingredients. Agents and distributors also needed. Call Don 949-8865. CENTRAL Massage (Therapy). Call 569-9520. DATES GALORE For all ages and unattached. Thousands of members anxious to meet you. Prestige Ac-quaintances Call Toll Free 1-800-263-6673, 10 to 8. FLORAL arrangements, silk plants, weddings, flowers for any occasion, reasonable prices. Free esti-mates. Call Pat 545-6518 or Wilma 543-6950. FOR SALE: Outrageous Telegram Co. phone line, 15,000 business cards in circulation and yellow page ads. 81200. Leaving end of September. Call 525-8466. HALF TON HAULING Furniture, rubbish, anything. Call 949-8995. HALF TON TO MOVE AND DO CLEAN UPS After 6 p.m. and weekends. Call 352-3673. HAVE ' ton, will haul. Call 757-0043 or 949-6503. HEIDI'S COUNTRY ACCENTS Book now for your "Country Accent Party." Good selection. Private viewings. Show home accents. More information call Heidi 789-2615. HER8ALIFE INDEPENDENT DISTRIBUTOR. FOR PRODUCTS CALL 731-3614. HORSE BACK RIDING - $6 East of Regina on 1 highway to the Village of McLean, turn into Mclean, go 2 miles North. Watch for sign on right hand side, POPLAR BLUFF RANCH. APPALOOSA'S. Camping trail rides lessons. Open daily 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. No reservations necessary. Phone 949-8817 Find out how you can make your life more funl We have a large number of clients with the same interests as . you. Wouldn't you like to meet them now? )525279 NATIONAL COMPUTER DATE Formerly Regina Computer Date 1929 Albert 525-2795 NEW SUMMER HOURS Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Sat. 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Alto towttd in Saskatoon and Victoria HORSEBACK RIDING AND HAYRIDES Small or large groups. For bookings, call 5866813. LADY professor visiting from U.K. available to house-sit, Aug. 2122 to Sept. 1213, willing to care for pets, cut lawns, etc. Phone 586-7773 or 584-1858. LOOKING for new friends, fun and excitment? Call Arthur Murray's Dance Studio today at 352-3353. MISSING PERSONS A world wide tracing service, debtors, relatives, etc. Call 604-526-1778 or 3915. No trace no charge. OUTRAGEOUS TELEGRAMS: Bunny $35bikini $45 Strip $65,$75,$125Sing $40Clown $45Cowgirl $55. HomeOffice, MaleFemale. CALL 525-8466. RACHELLE'S massage, outcalls, call 949-9841. RAISED STEPS Verandas, garages, porches. We also do small cement work, patching, pargmg and fences. Phone 352-3493. RAISE VERANDAHS Cottages, garages, steps, small cement work, parsing, sidewalks and repairs. Call 775-3362 anytime. REFLEXOLOGY - (2260 SCARTH ST.) plus body therapy now only $18 certified experience thousands of treatments have helped many with arthritis, head aches, etc. FOR APPOINTMENT CALL 3594)779. SINGLES TODAY Regina's Most Popular Dating Service Dress Casually At Our Social, Fri., Aug. 21 Dancing 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., Albert Scott Centre All Singles Welcome Call 352-0512 SPICE UP YOUR LIFE Enioy East Indian cooking. Classes start September. Limited enrollment. For registration and further information, call 584-0600 after 6 P.m. S.T.I. students seats available on private charter bus to Moose Jaw. Call evenings 543-3299. STOP LOOKING. 2 Men with truck will do moving and odd lobs. Also painting. ($25 an hour). Call 775-3326. STOP LOOKING! 3 men with truck will do all types of odd lobs. No jobs too small. Call 775-1703. The children of Bill and Betty James would like to Invite all friends and neighbours to help us celebrate the 40th Wedding Anniversary of our parents at a dance and social Saturday August 22nd at B p.m. in the Moosomin Legion Hall, Moosomin. t WE REPRODUCE old photographs. Free estimates. Studio II Photography. Phone 543-9085 or 545-1818. WILL do architectural pen and ink drawings from pictures. Phone 584-1416. WILL DO PAINTING AND YARD WORK. Call 352-0143 after 5:00. WILL haul garbage, cut trees, moving, etc. Phone 352-4825 or 757-6730. WILL haul garbage, $20 per load. Phone 525-5002. 71 ESCORT SERVICES t ANNOUNCING msnhattsn Studio JACUZZI AND EXOTIC RUBS I Instudio or out calls Call 352-2190 2146 BROAD cfilcndas are (Bufrageous CALL 359-3175 24 HOURS Escorts - BLONDES BRUNETTES 24 HOURS LINGERIE CALL 757-6889 Caress Studio Exotic rubs in comfortable surroundings w Call 525-9969 )L In studio or out calls ft

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