The Leader-Post from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada on September 8, 1990 · 54
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The Leader-Post from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada · 54

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C 10 Classified The Leader-Post Regina Sat., Sept. 8, 1990 Find it. Sell it. Buy it. in Classified. EXTRA LINES 50 CENTS PER DAY Private Parties only. Some restrictions apply. Leader Post Quality First Mon. to Fri. 8 a.m. Co 8 p.m. SaC. 10 a.m. Co 2 p.m., Sun. 4 p.m. Co 8 p.m. CLASSIFICATION . INDEX "Your Guide to Classified Convenience" ANNOUNCEMENTS Adult Services 69 Baby Gift Services 21 Births 20 Building Supplies 270 Business Service Directory 100-199 Cards of Thanks $ Caterers 23 Cemetery Plots SO Coming Events 230 Companions Wanted 61 Creatoriums 45 Deaths 1 Escort Services 71 Florists, Balloons 35 Furniture Refinishing Repair 210 Funeral Chapels 2 Happy Days 66 Happy Days Services 67 Health Care 16 Home Repairs 200 Kitchens 201 In Memoriams 10 Gardening A Supplies 240 Legacies A Memorials 15 Lost Found 65 Monuments 4 Nurseries A Landscaping 245 Personal 70 Sand - Gravel 260 Seniors Discount Directory 18 Societies Lodge Meetings 60 St. Jude's Corner 7 Taxis 290 Ticket Exchange 30 Travel 64 EMPLOYMENT Agents A Distributors 325 Career Training 299 Domestic Help Wanted 330 Employment Services 302 Farm Work Wanted Farm Market Help Wanted 300 Hospital Personnel 340 Instructions 355 Nursing Care 331 Nannies Wanted 328 Office and Clerical Help 315 Professional 316 Restaurant Help. Motel Hotel 310 Sales Positions 320 Situations Wanted 345 Teachers Wanted 335 Trades and Skills 305 MERCHANDISE Accounting Services 718 Antiques 505 Appliances 506 Bicycles 510 Cameras - Photography 515 Camping Equipment 516 Cash Registers 589 CB Radios 572 Coins Stamps 525 Computer Video Equipment 565 Financial 700 Fireplaces, Firewood 528 Freight Damaged Merchandise 529 Food Market 530 Garage Sales Bv Area 531 Garage Sales Out of Town 535 Hobbies - Crafts 536 Income Tax Services 717 Insurance 760 Legal Directory 719 Livestock Farm Market Machinery Heavy Equipment 540 Miscellaneous Articles 500 Money Wanted 710 Money to Loan 740. Mortgages 750 Musical Instructions 550 Musical Instrument Repairs 555 Musical Instruments 545 Pets and Supplies 560 Poultry Farm Market Radio, TV, Stereo, Satellites 570 R.R.S.P. Directory 716 Sewing 575 Sewing Machines 580 SkiSkate Exchange 582 Sporting Goods 583 Swaps 585 Typewriters - Office Supplies 590 Wanted To Buy 595 Watches A Jewelry 576 Wool, Yarn 577 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Apartment Blocks 765 Apartment Blocks Wanted 767 B C. Accommodation 985 B C. Property 980 Buildings for Removal 920 Business Opportunities 720 Business Opportunities Wanted 725 Commercial Property 770 Condos for Sale 902 Farms for Sale Farm Market Hotels Motels 730 Houses for Sale 901 Houses Planned Built 915 Houses Wanted to Buy 910 Investment Property 735 Lots WantedSale 904 Miscellaneous Property 930 Mobile Homes 941 Mobile Homes Wanted 942 Mobile Homes Parks and Accessories 943 New Houses For Sale 900 Open Houses 903 Out of Town Property 905 Real Estate Services 906 RECREATIONAL All Terrain Vehicles 636 Boats, Motors 668 Motorhomes A RV's 633 Motorcycles 637 Snowmobiles 635 Summer Resorts 888 Winter Resorts 889 Vacation Guide 892 RENTALS Board and Room 800 Board and Room Wanted 820 CondommiumsTownhouses for rent 834 Farms tor Rent Farm Market Furnished Rooms 804 Furnished Suites 816 Furnished Houses to Rent 836 Furnished Houses Wanted 852 Garages For Sale or Rent 876 Garages Wanted 880 Houses for Exchange 840 Houses to Rent Unfurnished 832 Houses Wanted Unfurnished 844 Offices 775 Out of Town Rentals 854 Parking Space For Rent 884 Rooms Wanted 824 Shared Accommodations 802 Shops, Factory Space 780 Storage - Outdoor Compound 885 Stores 785 Stores, Offices Wanted 790 Suites Wanted 828 Unfurnished Rooms 808 Unfurnished Suites 82 Warehouse 695 TRANSPORTATION Airplanes Parts Service Automotive Consultant Automotive Services Auto Rentals. Leasme Autos Wanted Auto Wrecking. Parts. Accessories Buses Cars for Sale Radiator Repairs Tires, Repairs Towmg Service Trader Equipment Repairs Trailer Trucks tor Sale Trader Trucks Wanted . Truck Accessories .. 629 ... 616 620 621 628 622 610 600619 625 624 626 665 640 645 641 Leader Post Quality First CHECK YOUR AD ch h fdwr M (ft (,) I 41 .1 !!,! stf 141 All efo"Y'i'tv' i f nW i ihn . pnu' 4i r i y vow warn tr hntyfihi"! 411 M 1 ,41 it lnf lOQpfi W4t hrv ; QC p Va'u'kliy .1 D I Oo 0 T Suvt4f 0 Mutl4yl We limn owr fin, 41 'r(WW.f).litv if nnlf ' 1 I e for f imullpl 6"MI DC '' I If i r . di rte me 41 OMISSION OF ADS Tw leader nt 0 1 r, 4, , ee e deverw me iei of ihe .wu -o t 1 tw nAwiun aeM T 1 DEATH NOTICE KARZA Mr. John Nicholas Karza of 1183 Duffteld Crescent. Moose Jaw, passed away in The Royal University Hospital Saskatoon, Thursday, September 4, I9V0 at the age of 60 years. Born in Moose Jaw February 22, 1930. John was active with The Lions Junior Band Assoc, and The Spriggs o'Heather Band Assoc. He enioyed scouting and was District President of The Moose Jaw Bov Scouts. John served in The R.C.A.F. and was employed by C.P. Rail as a car-man from 1949 until 1987. Predeceased by his parents, Pyntylei (Pete) Karcza and Frances Solnicka; sisters: Annie Karcza and Marion Bemis; and brothers: Theodore, Peter and George Karcza. He is survived by his wife, Carol; children: Lorna Karza - Laurel, M.D.; Phillip (Sharon) Karza - Medicine Hat; Noela Karza Orem, Utah; and one granddaughter, Megan. Also "special daughter", Darlene Marshall. Funeral services will be held at W.J. JONES 8, SON FUNERAL CHAPEL, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1990 AT 1:30 P.M. Bishop Lome Bachiu and Bishop Noel Swain of Orem, Utah will officiate. Interment will follow at Resthaven Memorial Gardens Cemetery. Visitation Sunday evening 7-9 p.m. at the Funeral Home. Memorials to The Canadian Cancer Society, 123 1st Ave. N.E., Moose Jaw, S6H 0Y9, would be appreciated. Donald Jones Funeral Director. 693- 4644. MOENS Thursday, September 6, 1990, Mrs. Mildred Emily Moens, age 88 years, late of Mutchmor Lodge, Regina. Predeceased by her husband, Jacob; one infant son, Arthur; and her parents, Christopher and Olga; two sisters: Thelma Brown and Lucille Maioie; four brothers: Charlie Gulbis, Albert Gulbis, Arthur Gulbis and William Gulbis. Mildred is survived by her children: Elsie (Michael) Hogan of Regina, Margaret (Walter) Carpenter of Great Falls, Montana, and Kenneth (Mary) Moens of Regina; five grandchildren: Eileen (Neil) McIntyre and their children: Katelyn and Emily of Burnaby, B.C., Murray (Peggy) Hogan and their children: Timothy and Ryan of Regina, John Carpenter of San Pedro, California, Kelly (Elizabeth) Moens and their children: Bradley and Jonathan of Regina and Betty (James) Goodchild and their son, Thomas of Regina; four sisters: Irma Shannon of Richmond, B.C., Emma Stras-din of Burnaby, B.C., Elsie Slinn of Regina and Edna Keen of Dauphin, Manitoba; and one brother, Walter (Mary) Gulbis of Winnipeg; cousin, Robert Aller of Port Al-berni, B.C.; and numerous nieces and nephews. Mildred was one of the original life members of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the D.V.A. Funeral service will be held on Monday, September 10, 1990, at 1:30 p.m. in the Chapel at Mutchmor Lodge, 328 Century Crescent, with the Rev. Jeeva Sam officiating. Interment at a later date. Flowers most gratefully declined. Friends so wishing may make donations, in memori-am, to the Mutchmor Lodge Memorial Fund, 328 Century Crescent, Regina, S4T 6M1. Arrangements in care of Speers Fu-neral Chapel. NELSON Friday, September 7, 1990, Mr. George Louis Nelson, age 72 years, dearly beloved husband of Mrs. Isabella Nelson, Wilcox, Sask. Predeceased by his parents, Arthur G. and Bertha; and one son, Kevin. Mr. Nelson is survived by his loving wife, Isabella; one daughter, Gwen; two brothers: Laurel D. (Rita) and Corwin (Arline), both of Wilcox; two sisters: Merle (Larry) Trienholme of Richmond, B.C., Evelyn (Harold) Drew of Estlin, Sask.; numerous nieces and nephews. George's painful but happy life was filled with his love of farming and inventing. He had a deep love for his family. Funeral service will be held Monday, September 10, 1990, at 11:00 a.m. in Speers Funeral Chapel, 2136 College Ave., with the Rev. Rov Crisfield officiating. Interment in Wilcox Cemetery. Flowers most gratefully declined. Friends so wishing may make donations, in memoriam, to Arthritis Society, 864 Victoria Ave. East, Regina, Sask. S4N 0P2. RANGELE Y On Thursday, September 6, 1990, Mr. ALFRED RANGELEY, late of Regina, Sask., passed away at the age of 89 years. Predeceased bv his parents, Sarah Ann and Alfred; five sisters: Fannie Fisher, Elizabeth "Lizzie" Hetherington, Annie Woods, Emma Boswell and Sadie; and one brother, Alfred in infancy. Mr. Rangelev is survived by his loving wife, Margaret "Peggy"; one son, Wallace (Janet) of London, Ontario; one daughter, Lynne (Martin) Kubik of Regina, Sask.; two sisters: Bertha Hamilton of Regina, Sask. and Harriet Bateman of Lumsden, Sask.; one brother, William Rangelev of Vancouver, B.C.; five grandchildren; five great grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. Service of remembrance will be held on Monday, September 10, 1990, at 10:30 a.m. in Regina Pioneer Village Chapel, 430 Pioneer Drive, Regina, Sask. with Rev. Jeeva Sam officiating. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Regina Pioneer Village Van Fund, 430 Pioneer Drive, Regina, Sask. S4T 6L8, in remembrance. Arrangements are entrusted to the HELMSING FUNERAL CHAPEL, Regina (Phone 522-7678). RUNNS On Thursday, September 6, 1990, Florence Marion Runns, Indian Head, Sask. and formerly of Carry the Kettle Reserve, age 59 years. The Funeral Service will be held in Carry the Kettle Band Hall, Carry the Kettle Reserve, Sintaluta, Sask., on Tuesday, September 11, 1990, at 10:00 a.m. Rev. Bernice Saulteaux officiating. Interment in the middle cemetery. A Wake will be held in the Carry the Kettle Band Hall on Monday evening. Predeceased by her parents, Edward and Flora Spencer; three sons: Warren, Karl and Ralph Runns; one sister and two brothers in infancy. Mrs. Runns is survived bv three daughters: Cheryl Runns, Regina, Lois (Perry) Tompson, Carry the Kettle Reserve, Lori (Tim) Poitras, Muscowoe-tung Reserve; three grandsons: Jaden, Garrett and Perry; one granddaughter, Tabby; two sisters: Eleanor (Tony) Rist, Indian Head, Loretta Spencer, Regina; one brother, Eric (Margaret) Spencer, Calgary, Alberta; numerous nieces and nephews Arrangements in care of TUB-MAN FUNERAL HOME, Indian Head. (I- 800-667 8962) SEIB On Friday, September 7, 1990, Murray Seib, passed away in Vancouver, B C. Murray was born February 22, 1955 in Linton and made his home in Lipton, Re gina, and Vancouver. Murray had a great love for gardening and visitinq antique stores He was the manaqer ot a Ralph Lauren store in Vancouver. Predeceased by his father. Oscar Seib. September t3, 1980 He leaves to mourn his lovinq companion, Hernando Narvaez, his mother, Mrs Rose Seib, ot Reqma. brother, Gary (Barbara) ot Reqina, sister. Sharon lEu qene) Neb ot Reqma, sister, Glenda IRickl Franchuk ol Edmonton, brother. Perry iBrendal ol Reqina. numerous nieces and nephews, and many triends Cremation in Vancouver. B C Memorial service in Reqma will be announced at a later date Your presence is with us Your love your kindness And your friendship. We will cherish always Thank you lor all those pre i s memories 1 DEATH NOTICE BARBER Russell Edward of Strasbourg, Sask. passed away September 6, 1990 at the Plains Health Centre in his 82 year, following a lengthy illness. Predeceased by one brother, Herbert and two sisters, Myrtle Grant and May Fletcher. He leaves to mourn his loving wife, Annie, two sons, Ted (Ruth) of Regina, Bill (Julie) of Red Deer, Alberta, eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren, one brother, Clarence (Lucile) of Strasbourg and one sister, Emily Fletcher, as well as numerous nieces, nephews and many friends. Funeral service will be held on Monday, September 10, 1990 at 2:00 P.M. from Strasbourg Alliance Church. Pastor Ray Willms officiating. Interment Crescent Road Cemetery, Strasbourg. Hansen's Funeral Home, Strasbourg in care of arrangements. Flowers gratefully declined. Friends so wishing may make donations in memoriam to the Strasbourg Bible Camp. DICKSON EDWIN THOMAS DICKSON, late of Tregarva district, passed away at the age of 93 years on Thursday September 6, 1990. Predeceased by his first wife, Violet; one son-in-law, Roy Burns; two sisters: Mabel Bircher and Sadie Rees. Mr. Dickson leaves to mourn his wife, Dorothy; and children: Lloyd (Isabelle) Dickson, Harold (Shirley) Dickson, Shirley (Ross) Powell, Bernice Burns, Jean (Bob) Pike. Kenneth and Barabra Dickson, Dorothy Anne Dickson and Linda (Jerry) Penney; 17 grandchildren; 13 great grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral service will be held on Monday, September 10, 1990, at 1:00 p.m. in the Hillsdale Alliance Church, 3575 Hillsdale St. Regina, Sask., with Rev. Richard Sip-ley officiating. Interment to follow in Tregarva Cemetery. Friends so wishing may make donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Saskatchewan, Branch Office, 2332 11th Ave., Regina, Sask., S4P9Z9. Arrangements are entrusted to the HELMSING FUNERALCHAPEL, Regina (Phone 522-7678). GRIFFITH Mrs. Daisy Mae Griffith, aged 85 years, of Ina Grafton Gage Home, Moose Jaw, Sask., passed away in a local hospital on Thursday, September 6, 1990. The funeral service will be conducted from St. Mark's Presbyterian Church on Monday, September 10, 1990, at 1:30 p.m. Reverend Keith Humphrey will officiate and interment will be made at Moose Jaw Cemetery. Arrangements are entrusted with Parkview Funeral Chapel, Ron Red-path, Todd Sioberg and Neil Redpath, Funeral Administrators and Directors. (694-5500) HEEBNER On Thursday, September 6, 1990, Mrs. DEBRA LEE HEEBNER, late of Regina, passed away at the age of 34 years. Debra was predeceased by her father, Gordon Linder. She is survived by her loving husband, Dennis A. Heebner; sons: Brett, age 8 and Lee, age 7. She is also survived by her mother, Marilyn Linder and four sisters: Gloria (Darcy) Bolen, Karen Linder, Michelle (Ray) Hanoski and April Linder (Kevin Monaghan); nieces and nephews are: Amber and Brendon, Kala and Courtney, Curtis, all of Regina, Sask. Parents-in-law, Otto and Hazel Heebner; sister-in-law, Karry (John) Henry of Esterhazy, Sask.; brother-in-law, Mark Heebner of Denare Beach, Sask.; sister-in-law, Debbie (Ivan) Raffey of Whitewood, Sask.; nieces and nephews are: Kurt and Richelle, Jacqueline and Kavla. Debra was born in Swift Current, Sask., and moved to Regina where she pursued her career in registered nursing at the Plains Hospital. She always had open arms for her loved ones and a smile for everyone she met. She never stopped giving and forever her inspiration will give us strength. Debra will be deeply missed today and always by all who knew her. Funeral service will be held in the HELMSING FUNERALCHAPEL, 2210 College Ave., Regina, Sask. on Tuesday, September It, 1990, at 1:00 p.m. Interment will follow in Riverside Memorial Park. A visitation for family and friends will be held in the Helmsing Funeral Chapel on Monday, September 10, 1990, from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Flowers most gratefully declined, however, friends so wishing may make donations to fhe Hospitals of Regina Foundation Public Relations Dept., 4101 Dewdney Ave. Regina, Sask. S4T 1A5, in remembrance. Arrangements are entrusted to the HELMSING FUNERAL CHAPEL, Regina (Phone 522-7678) HOLT Mr. Robert George Martin Holt, late of Oxbow, passed away at Markdale, Ontario on Wednesday, September 5, 1990 at the age of 70 years. Mr. Holt is survived by his wife, Helen, Oxbow; one son, William (Victoria), Estevan; one daughter, Bonnie (Gerald) Widenmaier, Alameda; four brothers: Bill (Jean), Moose Jaw, Owen (Ida), Maple Creek, Ross (Shirley), Kelowna, Wally (Faye), Carlyle; three sisters: Doris (Harold) Bailey, Winnipeg Rosena (Art) Brown, Kelowna, Arvilla (Ron) Fontaine, Calgary; six grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Also many nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his parents, Wallace and Charlotte Holt. Funeral service will be held at 2:00 p.m. Monday, September 10, from St. Paul's United Church, Oxbow with Rev. D. Holmes officiating. Interment at Oxbow Cemetery. Arrangements in care of Orst-ed Funeral Home, Oxbow. JOHNSON Tuesday, September 4, 1990, Mr. Perry Keith Johnson, age 62 years, dearly beloved husband of Mrs. Colleen Johnson, Regina. Funeral Service will be held Saturday, Septembers, 1990, at 11:00 a.m. in St. John's United Church, 4th Ave and McTavish St. Interment in Riverside Memorial Park. Arrangements in care of Speers Funeral Chapel. WENGER Thursday, September 6, 1990 Mrs. Pauline Wenger, aqe 91 years, late ol Pioneer Village Nursing Home, Regina Funeral service will be held Monday, Sep tember 10, 1990, at 2:00 p.m. in Pioneer Village Nursing Home. Interment in Riv erside Memorial Park. Prayers will be held Sunday evening at 7 00 p m. in Speers Funeral Chapel. ZERR -Mr. August (Gus) Stephen Zerr aged 68 years, of 74 Lillooet Street West Moose Jaw, Sask.. passed away in a local hospital on Thursday, September 6. 1990 The funeral mass will be celebrated from the Church ot Our Lady on Monday, Sep tember 10, 1990 at 10 00 a m Reverend Fa ther Peter Luttmer will be Mass Celebrant and interment will be made al Resthaven Memorial Gardens Prayers will be said in the Parkview Funeral Chapel on Sunday eveninq September 9, 1990. al 7 30 p m Ron Redpath, Todd Sioberq and Neil Red path. Funeral Admmslralors and Direc tors (694 55001 2 FUNERAL CHAPELS SPURS FUNERAL CHAPEL 2136 College Ave 522 4433 Ron MacFarlane Bob Hanson Ron MiEachcrn 5 CARD OF THANKS GOURDE We, the family of the late Harold Gourde, wish to exoress our gratitude fo our friends, neighbours and relatives for the countless wavs they extended their sympathy and consolation. To those who sent cards, flowers, food, donations to chanty, phoned or visited us, we thank them We especially thank the Pallbearers; Rev. Jeeva Sam tor his moving tribute and message of hope. Piper, Tim Cottev, Jeanne and Del Maves; the ambulance attendants, all who attended the service; and Speers Funeral Chapel. Your kindness will always be remembered. KONOFF We, the family of the late MICHAEL KONOFP, wish to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to everyone who ottered their sympathy at the passing of our beloved son and brother. The support and carmg shown to us through the many visits, cards, letters, phone calls, mass cards, flowers, food and memorial donations have meant so much in our time of sorrow. Thank you to Rev. K Koeo, mass servers, choir, organist, and CWL ladies tor the lunch served at Christ The King Church, and Speers Funeral Chapel for all their thoughtfulness. A special thanks to Mr. Greg Johnson, Tom Ball, Jason Dundas. and Scott Samohski, for speaking at the service and sharing specal memories with us. Thank you also to the active and honorary pallbearers who helped in a final tribute to Mike. Additional thanks fo all those who travelled from out of Regina to be with us and to the emergency staff for their kindness. We are most grateful to all our neighbours, relatives, and friends, tor all the help given to our family Michael was a good and loving son and brother who will be sadly missed. John, Joyce, Cheryl, and Jeff The family of the late Larrv J. Miller wish to exress their sincere thanks and appreciation to the many friends and relatives tor ther expressions of sympathy, phone calls, cards, food, floral arrangements and memorial donations in memory of our beloved husband, father and grandfather. A very special thanks to Dr. T A. Sherman and the nursing staff at the Pasqua Hospital; Pastor D. Koch and Doug Keam of Soeers Funeral Home for the help and comfort they gave to 7 ST. JUDE'S CORNER Thanks St. Jude for prayers answered. V.H. THANK vou St. Jude for prayers answered. J.W. Thank vou St. Jude tor prayers graciously answered. J.J.R. 10 IN MEMORIAM A MEMORIUM TO MY FATHER JOSEPH GEORGE POITRAS WHO PASSED AWAY FIVE YEARS AGO SEPTEMBER 9, 1985 it broke our hearts to lose vou. But vou did not go alone, A part ot us went with you The day God called vou home. We do not need a special day To bring vou to our minds, The days we do not think of vou Are very hard to find. We hold vou close within our hearts And there vou will remain, To walk with us throughout our lives Untill we all meet again. SADLY MISSED AND LOVED ALWAYS BY DAUGHTER LESLIE-MARIE Mother, Sister, Nieces and Nephew. ANTYMNIUK In loving memory ot Michael who passed away September 8, 1982. His weary hours and days ot pain, His troubled nights are oast; And in our aching hearts we know He has found sweet rest at last Loving remembered by wife, Lena and son Leonard. DOUGLAS In loving memory ot our father, Jim, who passed away September 8, 1988 If I had all the world to give, I'd give it, yes. and more To hear his voice and see his smile And greet him at my door But all I can do. dear father, Is 90 and tend vour grave And leave behind tokens ot love To the best father God ever made I like to think when life t$ done. Wherever heaven may be, That he'll be standing at the door Up there to welcome me. Forever loved and deeply and sadly missed bv Lawrence. Wayne, Elaine, Glenn. Doreen, Brian, David, Jeanme, Kathy and their families HIDO In loving memory of our father, Steve, who passed away September 9, 1975. mother, Rozalia. January 27, 1981; and brother. John, August 22, 1980. Time may heal the broken-hearted. Time make make the wound less sore. But it cannot fill the longing For the loved ones gone before Remembered with love by your family HILL In memory of our dear mother and grandmother Irma, who passed away September 9, 1973. Beyond our smile there lies a tear, For the mother we had and loved so dear. Her knowing look and tender touch, She'd give to us shed loved so much Her pam she kept a secret though. Hoping that we'd never know. And when her time had finally come, Her fight was a courageous one. And we who loved her owe so much. Will never forget her tender touch, Her knowing look, her tender wav. She showed us ot her love each day Our hearts still ache, as we whisper low, God bless you mom, we miss vou so Lovingly remembered and sadly missed by her children and grandchildren HINCKS In loving memorv of our dear mother, Jackie and baby brother. Ronny who passed away tragically September 8. 1988. Nothing can ever take away. The love a heart holds dear, Fond memories linger evefv dav. Remeberance keeps you near We did not know that mornmq What sorrow that dav would bring, The bitter grief, the shock severe To part with ones' so dear, You bid no one a last farewell Nor even said good bve. For vou were gone before we knew And only God knows why God bless vou Mom and Ronny Lovingly remembered and sadly missed by Chanlel and Trent HINCKS, Jackie in remembrance ot Jackie, who passed away accidentally Sept 8, 1988 -Always remembered. Ron. Loretta, Jolie. and Lacey HUBICK, Ronme In loving memory of Ronnie who passed away Sept 9, 1988 Death only comes to let us know We love more dearly than we show Always remembered Ron. Loretta, Jolie and Lacy LONGBOTTOM Mary Beatrice (Mae) (nee Pouitont of Regma. formerly a 1904 pioneer of Milestone m memory ot my mother who passed awav September 7, 1929 Time passes but memories stay - love Florence E V Le Mteux (Dorothy) MCINTYRE- in loving memory of a very dear husband Thomas Malcolm, who passed away September 9, I960 Nothmq can ewer taxe away The love a heart horns dear, Fond memories Imqer every day Remembrance keeps him near Sadi rrued anq loved always bv h'S w to Ann MCINTYRE in lovnq memory ot a dear son m taw and brother m law Thomas Malcolm who passed awav September 9 I960 T memory fades and departs, You will hve torever n our nearts Ever remembered by mother in law Hilda, Joe and daughter He-di and Mary and Johnny TABOR In loving memory ot Matthew ''Traey who passed awa act dentiy on Seutember 8 I9&a We tnnx ot vou -n suenic And Ottpn sneak rour name But ail we have are memories And picture in a trame There was no tme to sav goodbye The day vou passed awav You ie us so suddenly Two years aoo today Always remembered and m-su-d Mont brothers j and SSters 10 IN MEMORIAM TABOR Matthew (Tracev) In loving memory a brother, who passed away two years ago, September, 8. 1988 Hi$ memory is as dear today As m the hour he passed away. Missed bv brother, Trent, Lorna, Nathan and Tracey To assist readers in preparing in Memoriam notices The Leader-Post has prepared a booklet of appropriate wordings Call, write or phone tor vour copy. The Leader Post Ltd P O. Box 2020 Regina. Sask., S4P 3G4 Phone 569-1100 IS LEGACIES MEMORIAL BEQUESTS and In Memortum donations to THE CANADIAN NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR THE BLIND are tax deductible and provide vital services to visually impaired children and adults m Saskatchewan CNIB. 2550 Broad St Regma, S4P 3Z4. 525 2571. BEQUESTS, MEMORIALS. DONATIONS are gratefully accepted bv MARTIN LUTHER NURSING HOME INC. Charitable Number 04)5-349-01-22 Tax deductible, receipts provided. 516) Sherwood Drive, Regma, Sask,, S4R 4C1 or call 543-0288 51 Cmtliin Duhm Regina and District Branch gratefully accepts donations tor Education and Research at 4420 Albert St , Re9tna, SK, S4S 6B4 Tax deductible Call 584 8445 V' REGINA PIONEER VILLAGE LTD gratefully accepts memorial donations and legacies to further enrich the lives ot our residents. Tax deductible 430 Pioneer Dr., Regma, Sask,, S4T 6L8 SCHIZOPHRENIA IS THE GREATEST DlSABtER OF YOUTH Research will find a cure and stop the suffering. Sask Friends of Schizophrenics gratefully welcome your tax deductible donation, P O. Box 305, Regma. Sask , S4P 3A), or phone 584-2620 IS HEALTH CARE A USED MEDI-CHAlR, Fortress, scientific. 2000 Mmt condition with battery charger. 58 Newton Cres Phone 586-4252. EVEREST & JENNINGS power drive 34 Series wheel chair. Mmt condition. Asking S3000. Phone 543-1484 at-ter 6 pm REPORTS ARE IN and results are excellent 100 natural weight loss tablets, CALL NOW 543-1833 25o OFF wholesale price ot SUNRlDER whole food products Call 775-0776 20 BIRTHS BE I TEL David and Claudette (nee Voss), along with Amie and Neil, are excited to announce the arrival of Mark Darnel Mark was born on September 3, 1990 at 6 55 a m. in the Regma General Hospital. He weighed 7 lb 10 oz and was 21 ' o m. Proud grandparents are; Paul and Manorie Beitel ot Edgelev, SK, and John and Hazel Voss ot Cupar, SK Thanks to Dr. Sollars, Dr Scholar, Dr Woodrow, and nurses Shelagh and Rita and all other staff in L8D, Neo Natal and 2-C at the General. Mommy and Mark also thank Daddy, Amie and Neil tor all their love, help and care. We're glad to be home. IIAPPY GRANDPARENTS DAY TO ALL THESE WONDERFUL PEOPLE DEAR GRANDMA AND GRANDPA KENNEDY, To the best Grandma and Grandpa there ever was We love vou very much Parker, Logan, and Halev FOR ED HACKEWICH -Where the everlasting spring abides And never were withering flowers Death like a narrow seed divides The heavenly land from ours. We know vou can hear us, That's why we want to say We ll always love vou And happy Grandpa s Day TO FLORENCE WARO If all grandmas were made the same. Youd be the one to get ail our fame. These little children Just want to say Come and visit, Grandma, Make our dav. Love from Warren, Kelly-Joe and Katie GRAMMY HOPE YOU HAVE A GOOD DAY ! I LOVE YOU ' LOVE CAKERS ! XOXOXO GRANDMA, you are very special to us We love vou very much Happy Grandparent's Dav Love Christopher and Angela HAPPY GRANDMOTHERS DAY "NANA" IRIS LUCAS, WILCOX J LOVE HARMONIE, NATHAN, EVAN. EMERY, LEAH. DYLAN, MARSHALL. LANDON 'HAPPY GRANDPARENTS DAY TO FRED 8i DORIS DAWES WE MISS YOU'1 Love from JASON 8 JARED PATTtSON VANCOUVER BC HAPPY GRANDPARENTS DAY TO THE GREATEST NANA AND BUMPY LOVE TARA kRiSHN B'lL JONATHAN JLNN'fbR JAN'NE AND NiCk xOxOxuxUxOkOAQ HAPPY GRANDPARENTS DAY TO THE B L S t fc S T GRANDPARENTS iN TmE WORLD GRANDMA VK HE Y NAN A AND DR AND PA PAGE LOVE Al AAYS VAT ThL A WE LOVE YOU MAMA 20 BIRTHS TAYLOR Tamara and Corev are proud to announce the birth of their son MATTHEW RAYMOND JOSEPH, born September 5th. 1990 at 3 13 p m weighing i lbs II oz Proud grandparents are Maura Thompson and Ken Thompson. Cheryl Tavlor and Don Hutmacher, Great grandma Young and Great-grandoarents Ray and Fern Tavlor Special thanks to Miss Wong and tne nurv ing staff at the Pasqua Hospital SWANSON Ralph. Sharon and Chad are pleased to announce fhe arrival of PAMELA VICTORIA, born at 6 59 p m on August 23rd. 1990 at the Regma General Hospital Proud grandparents are Bernard and Vickie Haskewich. and Malcolm and Pearl Swanson of Preeceviiie Special thanks to Dr A Miller and Dr Bastian tor their exce'ient care 0 GC30 LENZ -Michael and Wendv, along wtth big brothers Daniel and Matthew are happy to anounce the birth ot SARAH LYNN Sarah arrived August 27, 1990 at 9 It am weighing 7 lbs 9 ozs and measuring 22 '7 inches long Proud grandparents are Jack and Jose Deck ot Sediev and Fred and Joan Lenz ot Odessa Many thanks to Dr Ready and the nursing staff of the Regma Pasqua Hospital SAAC Debbie and Percy Isaac of Broadview are happy to announce the birth ot their son, Percy Llovd Martin Jr , born on Saturday, September 1, 1990, weighing 8 lbs I oz Proud bg sister is Hillary and proud grandparents are Albert and Eve-Ivn Isaac and Doreen and Reynold Delorme HOEFT Al, Karen, and big sister Alvssa, ot Yellowknife, N W T praise the Lord tor the safe arrival of twin bovs on AuQust 31, 1990 Zachary Philip. 7 lb 131 7 oz and Nathanael Andrew, 7 lb 4 oz, each 20" lonq Proud grandparents are Bill and Gertie McFariane, Jean Hoett, Ben and May Hoett.allof Regina. RlTENBURG Jim and Heather have been blessed with the birth of their second child, Emily Isabel, born August 29, 1990, weighing 8 lbs . 2 ozs. and measuring ?0V Also welcoming Emily is big sister, Laura. HAPPY GRANDPARENTS DAY OMA AND OPA I'm so glad you had "some time to spare and some love to share", and became my volunteer grandparent vThank you, - Love Vicki. HAPPY GRANDPARENTS DAY GRANDPA AND GRANDMA MOLNAR YOU'RE THE BEST, LOVE DEREK. Our grandma, Anna, is the coolest of all In spring, summer winter and fall (And she makes great chicken too) Love Kyla and Jenna Roses are red the violets are blue Who's the best grandparents, oh bov it must be you Love Danielle D THE world is always changing, and perhaps it seems to vou. The values that you taught us, are the ones that we out grew. In many way's we are a like, but yet it's still true, the things we value most in us. are the things we've learned from you. Happy Grandparents Day Fred and Edna Uhl Love from Rick, Noel, Terry!, Christy, Collier, Donnelly, Marlev, Alexis, Jared, and Kariy j, TO A VERY SPECIAL GRANDMA WE LOVE YOU Pam, Chad, Amy, Brett, Lisa, Brent and great grandchildren Alicia and Ashley TO GRANDMA AND GRANDPASTREiSElT AND GLASS OUR GRANDPARENTS ARE FILLED WITH WISE WORDS, TIME TO CARE. A GENTLE TOUCH AND AN ENDLESS LOVE -WE LOVE YOU ALWAYS AMANDA AND DANIEL ST RE iSL L TO GRANDMA AND GRANDPA BETKER ANO GREAT GRANDMA McLEAN Roses are red Violets are blue Honey is sweet - Just (ike you1 - Love. Angela and Kelly Betxer TO GRANDMA STELLA 8 GRANDPA STEVE You ve been the qreatest throughout the years Showed us how to love and care Taugni us how to respect and share We are qiad that vou are vou You're very special n an vou do HAPPY GRANDPARENTS DAV Loe Jennifer. Lisa Lndsev and Adam TO OUR special grandparents CECIL and PATRICIA WfiST W th love aiwavs trom Ashley and Rvan Weist TO OUR WONDERFUL GRANDPARENTS WHO MEAN SO MUCH TO US WE LOVE YOU LV ' m t y ? ! Pam i h,ii Amy H'Ht i a brpni and great grand fh tfjri-n Al ' a and A-,hu ,

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