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Announcements Class 155-210 Notices Class 5-29 Home Improvement Class 305-550 Employment Class 635-750 VEHICLE SPECIALS Service Directory Class 575-632 Commercial Opportunities Class 767-873 Legal Notices Class 755-765 Real Estate Class 875-2040 Articles for Sale Class 2075-4064 TURB0 12 12 dayt Laadar-Potl 2 dayt Sun Community News MarUnm 34.95 OwvMelepetel orsrarr" 522-SELL (7355) f- or Toll Free 1-800-667-9999 CT3MCI3 781-5393 Dont forget to Include your name, address and phone number rww.canadacomragina CTEESMiECd At ow counter, 1 Monday-Friday 8s.m.-5p.m. 1964 Park Street i Garage Sales Class 2045-2073 Farming Class 7045-8035 Class Vehicles Class 4075-6080 Recreational Vehicles Class 4066-4073 Adult Services 8036-8039 MISC ARTICLE SPECIALS Leadei QUICK SELL 3 dayt awmf t1 0-70 (Msn news nwii enwer Seed MattitahiMw7M) FAB9 5 dayt ltnUnM1980 isiiWMiMiaMW'ialliel (oUfbi el wider $19M) SUPER SEVEN 7 dayt Laadn-Poit 1 1 Day Sun Community Newt SUrUniit 22.47 (Prieee nM awe epftsr at at MMI uaSw 15N) Leader-Post Classifieds Bos 2020 Regina, SK S4P3G4 LrMC s3 ft 1 wUMMMaoaaaiUMaii ssiew. Paper Delivery: 781-5212 I 1-800-667-8751 f-Main Switchboard: 781-5211 Account Inquiries: 781-5271 ptvWfVtsntttMMlr AH HtellllMl Sew wWhees apHiy llw r-4 fv '(5 Uj I1 4. 44 40 -0 40 0 40 40 40 40 40 40 0 40 400 40 40 40 40 40 -4 440 440 00 A PERMANENT ARCHIVE FOR LEADER-POST DEATH NOTICES. Search for a death notice.

Sign the guest book. you would like to preserve your loved ones memory in our archive please visit 'FUNERAL HOME HlgEway 1 EM 789-8850 BAUMBER, JOHN lues, Apr 10 00 AM Reulna Funeral Home ROTTIERS, RENE Tues, Apr 6 2 00 PM St. Jean Baptiste RC Church RENKAS, BERNICE Wed, Apr 7 10 00 AM Regina Funeral Home SAWCHUK, ROSE Wed, Apr 7 3 30 PM Regina Funeral Home LIDGREN, ADA Thurs, Apr 15 010 00 AM Regina Funeral Home passed away at the Trenton Memorial Hospital on Monday, April 5, 2004. Phyllis Rennie of South Park Street, Frankford In her 81st year. Daughter of the late Alice and John Edwards.

Beloved wife of Charles Creig Rennie and the late Robert Meldon Carter. Loving mother to Roberta Sharpe and husband Lyndon of Trenton. Predeceased by sons Donald and Douglas Carter. Sister of Gladys Simpson of Regina, Kenneth Edwards and wife Ruth and Robert Edwards and wife Margaret both of Saskachewan. Predeceased by brother Jack Edwards.

Ever remembered by grandchildren Lisa Carter, Shailyn and Tory Sharpe, daughter-in-law Sand! Carter and many brothers and slsters-in-law, nieces, nephews and good friends. Resting at the FRANKFORD FUNERAL CHAPEL, 40 North Trent Street North, Frankford. Following cremation a Service of Remem- away April 6, 2001 Not forgotten Nick Belslck, wo will not forget you. You will always be with us, In our hearts, In our memories, we all wish yog were here with us We oil hod so much more to tell you before you hove left us, but It's too late to tell you all of the things we wanted to We wish we could have said good bye In different ways It's not good bye to us because we will keep oil our memories with us wherever we go We will miss your smile, we will miss how you mode us smile and lough, we all love you so very much You will not be forgotten by us. Michelle, Braydon, Jackie, Mlkey, Bobby, Nicholas, Debbie 5.

Joan DANIELS In loving memory of our mother, Emma, who passed away Arpll 4, 1992. To hear your voice and see your smile To sit with you ond talk awhile, To be together In the same old way Would be our greatest wish today So please God take message To our precious Mom up above, Tell her we miss her terribly And give her all our love Loureno, Louise, Horry 8, Hughie 8 DEATH NOTICES Il'Mrh GARDEN On Monday, April 5, 2004 Clara Garden, wioow of John R. (Jock) Garden, Now safe in the arms of God, placed there by Wolseley, Sask. passed away at the age of 92 brance wilTbe field at the Frankford UnFfed our Lord Jesus Christ, Neil lost his brief years. The funeral service will be held in the Church on Thursday, April 8, 2004 at 11 am battle with cancer at the Regina General chapel of the Tubman Funeral Home, Reverend Kathleen Walton officiating.

Hospital. He leaves to mourn his passing his Wolseley on Thursday, April 8, 2004 at 2:00 Memorial donations to the Frankford wife Carol (Petterson), his sons Brian and P-m. Interment in the Wolseley Cemetery, united Church or the Nokomis United Barry, his daughter Sandra (Envik) and her Clara Garden was predeceased by her husband Blayne, aswell as his brother Lynn husband In 1973, a daughter Joan and family (wife, Diane and children, Christoffel, and a grandson Anthony, she Michelle and Richard). Neil worked and was the last surviving member of a family thrived In the academic area for over forty of eight brothers and sisters. She Is survived PAGE GEORGE THOMAS passed away years, earning a B.

Eng. (U of S), M. Sc. (U w0 daughters Isabel (Graham) Taylor peacefully on Saturday, April 3, 2004 at the of S), B. Ed.

(U of S), B.A. (U of S), his ond Myrna (Slater) Tubman both of Wolse- Pasqua Hospital ot the age of 68 years. He accounting designation CMA and B. Admin. lev; a son Norman (Lynda), Edmonton; a was born on January 16, 1936 in Aberdeen, (U of R).

His knowledge and awards earned son-in-law Ed Christoffel, Fort Qu Appelle; Scotland. He was predeceased by his father LUHNING Herbert Oswald our beloved husband, father, grandfather and great him the respect of colleagues and students, fifteen grandchildren and thirty seven great George Page; mother Mary Mackenzie I npwwJxklUoM OkhaI Anl twtUwa 1m whom he always served with great enthusiasm and excellence. An avid outdoorsman, Neil spent many vacations with his wife Carol, camping, hunting and fishing in the province he loved. Later in life, Neil became a photo enthusiast and broadened his interest to include plants, insects and flowers. Bears, his main forte, are captured on film Churchhill polar bears, Hudson grandchildren.

TUbman Cremation Funeral Services 1-800-667-8962 CULHAM, KERMIT (KERM) RUSSELL -After celebrating life to its fullest, Kerm left us unexpectedly on Wednesday, March 31, 2004. Iva and Russell Culham brought grandfather passed on to his heavenly father on Monday, April 5, 2004 after a full and caring life with his dear wife, children and grandchildren. Herbert was born on March 30, 1920 spending his childhood on his parents1 farm and his teen years on his grandfather's farm in the Lumsden- Disley district. Herbert is survived by: his wife Mabel, sons Arvld (Bernice) and Carl (Page) and his father-in-law Victor Boyd. Left to cherish his memory is his loving wife of 41 years, Stella; Dad Hilland Mackenzie; brothers Gordon (Carleen), Ken (Audrey); cousin Frances (Nell); uncle George Duffus in Aberdeen Scotland; mother-in-law Joan Boyd; brothers and sisters Yvonne, Sandra (Keith), Claude (Gloria) Marilyn, Roger (Sharon), Neil (Kim), Gene (Lori), Sherry (Susan), and daughters Dorothea (Rich- Bay brown bears, and BC grizzlies.

(To view Kerm Into this world in 1943 in Cabrl, ard), Barbara (Dennis) and Laurel. Also he Bo to http:uregina.casouthamn). A keen Saskatchewan. A well respected banker, he leaves eleven grandchildren, Aaron genealogist for all our families, he has thoroughly enjoyed the people part of his Wednesday, April 7, 2004 in Victoria Avenue and numerous nieces and nephews. A Memorial Service will be held at 1:00 PM on Funeral Home, 2080 East Victoria Avenue, Regina, SK with Rev.

Barry Bruce officiating. The family expresses their heart felt appreciation to Doctors Palani, Dobson and Meyer; nurses Laurie, Cheryl and all other staff at Pasqua ICU. Also to the 911 response team who worked so hard. Flowers (Karen), Shawn (Shelly), Jason, Angela, searched and found missing family professional career spanning 40 years. Colleen, Kerry, Marina, Grayden, Miranda, members around the world.

A memorial Whether at work or home, Kerm often Keenan and Chantelle and four great- service will be held Thursday, April 8th, expressed his famous comeback "That's grandchildren, Akira, Emmitt, Austin and 2004 at 2:00 pm at Regina Apostolic Church, why I am In management." An avid sports-Jayden. He was predeceased by his parents, Assiniboine Avenue East. In lieu of man throughout his life, the game of golf two brothers and three sisters; and survived flowers, contributions may be made to the captivated him more and more as time by four sisters and one brother. Herbert's Nel1 Southam Memorial Scholarship Fund, progressed which he shared with close life revolved around his family. His every ot the University of Regina, co University friends and family.

Those who knew him dclined' Mends so wishing may Relations, 3737 Wascana Parkway, Regina, Saskatchewan, S4S 0A2. KUYEK In loving memory of Lorry George Kuyek The Lord mode us. Instruments of your peace. Where there Is hatred let there be love. Where there Is inlury pardon with faith.

Where there is darkness, sadness and sorrow. Let there be ioy. It Is In dying that there Is Eternal Life Lovingly remembered by wife Katherine, sons Randy, Larry, Ron ond Guy N1CK0LAS BEISICK 1923-2001 FOREVER IN OUR HEARTS It's three years now that he went to meet his Lord He Is missed by his children ond grandchildren. Restinpeoce Dod Missed by Robert, William, Josie, Mary, Linda ond their husbands 8. wives and their children PAWELKO, SELINA In loving memory ot our Mother and Grandmother who passed away April 6, 2001.

Time may help us to ease the bitter pain Of the loss of one held dear; But only few know we miss her, And the loneliness of another year. I try to be brave and remember She is now free from oil pain; And at the roods end, God willing, We, too, shall meet again Heart and Stroke 2nd Regina, entrusted to FUNERAL HOME 2, 2004, Maurice be with his Lord 78 years. Maurice by his wife, (Ron) White, (Ralph) Collip, will remember his unbelievable sense of humour, glimmering ear to ear smile and optimistic outlook on life. His greatest passion In life was his dedication to and love for his family. Our family will carry his positive energy forward to celebrate each and every day as he did, and then to next generations.

His wisdom will be shared by all. He was a wonderful partner In life, a truly extraordinary father and then later In life an amazing grandfather. He Is survived by his wife and best friend Deborah, son Harry (Sandra), daughter Dannielle Nlchol vlrktf n.rl, (Brad), daughter Jessica, and grandson orandchMdren Kyran. He Is also survived by mother Iva make donations to the Foundation of 2360 SK S4P 9Z9. Arrangements VICTORIA AVENUE 761-2727 DENZIN On Friday, April Denzin was called home to and Savior, at the age of will be lovingly remembered Virginia; children, Karen Rose (Bill) Lazenby, Wendy (Melinda), Dyane, action and thought was centered on the wellbeing and needs of his wife and children.

Herbert began married life farming near Disley. He left the farm shortly after the birth of his oldest child, moving to Regina where he made his home for the remainder of his life. Herbert worked briefly for Beaver Lumber until he began a iob with the Regina Board of Education with whom he remained until his retirement In 1980. After retiring Herbert and Mabel traveled extensively before poor health confined the two to their home where they lived with, and were cared for by, their daughter and her husband, Barbara and Dennis. Herbert spent many hours building various crafts from pieces of furniture to scale replicas of the wagons he saw and used on the farm as a child.

His many works provided a glimpse of his keen Insight and creative mind as he constructed each piece-every one built to scale and accurate to the smallest detail. Herberts family wishes to express sincere thanks to all the doctors, nurses and staff who cared for him over the years and especially to the doctors and nurses of Pasqua Palliative Care who eased his Taryn, Lindsay, Adam, Briann, Lacey, Susan, Chris, Allison, Car- Connie, Rhory, Shelley, Raymond and Family men, Logan and Jolene; 2 great grandsons, Spenser and Carson; brother, Elmer (Adele) and numerous other family and friends. Predeceased by his parents and 4 sisters. Memorial Service will be held at 2:00 p.m. Thursday, April 8, 2004 at Faith Baptist Church, 437 Broadway Ave.

Regina, SK with Pastor Darold Sauer officiating. Viewing for family and friends will be held between 8:00 p.m. on PRICE In loving memory of Brother Uncle Wilfred, who pasted away Aprils, 1994. Is memory It os dear today, As in the hour he passed away Lovingly Remembered by Dwight, Lorrolne, Amber ond Michelle PR ICE In memory of my brother, Wilt Price, Love ond min you. and predeceased by father Russell.

Kerm leaves behind five siblings (Ken, Karen, Lloyd, Lyle and Kathy), many members of this close, extended family and many dear friends. Please loin us in the celebration of his life at the Boal Chapel of First Memorial, 1505 Llllooet Rd. North Vancouver, B.C. Thursday April 8th, 2004 at 10am with a Reception to Follow LUTERBACH Florence Luterbach passed away peacefully on Saturday, April 3, 2004 and April 6, 1994 SALI On Sunday, April 4, 2004, Jerome Nick Sail, late of Regina Pioneer Village, Regina, passed away at the age of 81 years, was predeceased by his parents passing. The funeral service will be held at Christian and Barbara SaM; brofoeFrank Lampman Health Centre after 95 Wednesday, April 7, 2M4 at Paragon Fu- -vai i Ate ynnsiiun ana Daraara dQllj UrOmBr rrOflK ulhrnnt nnH nrt ue vanre ClnrAn nera Serv CM.

Ml Zlrtorln Aua PAalnn. Grace vibrant and active years. Florence nera Services, 521 Victoria Regina, answered, Lutheran Church, 1037 Victoria Aven ue, Regina at 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 8, 2004. A brief time of fellowship will follow the service before the Interment at the Disley Cemetery, at approximately 4:00 pm.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Pasqua Hospital Palliative in was o-. He Predeceased by her husband, Bill In 1993; SK- A heart felt thank you to the doctors, 28 PRAYER CORNER nin deBrian' ber brothers; George and Lawrence, her nurses and staff of ICU, CCU, 5A ond 5E of frhnrrtqhnl nnnJli'nPn-ninHJi'n Marv ond her orandson, James and the Regina General Hospital for their OertT Tnvinr cLIL? oreot-grandson, Timothy. She is survived commitment to coring for Maurice. In lieu Ann Carter, Shee by her nine children and their families; Don of flowers donations may be made in 29 CARO OF THANKS (Dion) Michael I tIPh TT thReefc Luterbach, Vivian (Laurence) Maurices memory to Faith Baptist Church, ST. JUDE, thank you for prayers lc Ed (Gerry Luterbach, 437 Broadway Ave.

Regina, SK S4N 0Z8 Care In care of the Hospitals of Regina Lindsay; brother, and ak pr. NirJ Bob (Sha-Box ,7 SK S4P 32.. Km ISMo Arrangements In core of Speers Funeral or Child Evangelism Fellowship, 74 Marquis Cr Regina, SK S4S 6J9. Arrangements entrusted to PARAGON FUNERALSERVICES (359-7776) Chapel ond Crematorium Services. ilnrin' onQ Blain, Maxine (Gordon) Joyce, Lois (Gene) other reimfoe.andfoinnru Hodson and her lovln 35 orandchlldren, 37 hit ufnn i kf0? 1 as.i Of0 grandchildren and 3 great great Aw 12 2M4 1 foO AbMhfndhens godchildren.

God will be sure to welcome April Ur AKM OT 1 1 .00 A.M. In thG St, CBCiliO fhli nanflA mnthar, muslrlan nnrl affiriant R.C. Church, 5020 7th Avenue, Regina, SK, 1 9 muslclan and iclnt organizer. Mother played the oraan CAiuruiii, once k. Having bean patient al ttw Powua Hotpllol recently, I SAWCHUK, ROSE There will be a private would IIKe to thank oil tha tor being to kind and caring faith- uy memorial for the lafe Rose Sawcnuk to mo, they war iuf wonderful.

big man! you oiw to my Rev. Pedro Aldea, celebrant. A private for the church serviced and oiaved fh he Regina funeral Home on April 704. doctor, Dr. family Interment will follow at a later date, nfono for her frfo Internment to follow at Regina Memorial mum.i Prayers will be said on Wednesday, April 1 ffL" lr ear wMNodta Garden Ros passed oway on at 7:30 P.M.

In fhe Chapel of Lee Funeral DioyTords She was always Feb 2,04 she wa Predeceased by her Home, 3101 Dewdney Regina, SK. In funded by hn foffv for SnnHiw rtin Parents, brother, sister and former hus- lieu of flowers, donations to the Alzheimer MHerareatest wlsh was fhatwefoklrare band ,0 cherish her memory are her Society of Saskatchewan, 301-2550 12th Mnrh two daughters; Rosemarie Baker (Ken) of 37 PERSONAL COLUMN of each other. The funeral mass will be held Advtnlurt ftwktrt Only Enter FrMCod 6905 Coll 306 586 1000 at Our Lady of Seven Sorrows Roman Catholic Church, Lampman, Saskatchewan on Wednesday, April 1 at 2:00 p.m. with Father Joachim Tyrtanla officiating. Prayers will be held on Tuesday, April 6 at Avenue, Regina, SK S4P 3X1 would be appreciated by the family.

Arrangements ore In the care of LEE FUNERAL HOME 757 8645 Victoria, BC and Elaine Spofford of Regina, four grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Mom, you will always be loved and forever missed. LIDGREN Ada (nee Grill) passed away PELLETIER Suddenly on Snturdnv Anrii 1:30 a Roman Catholic Church, on Sunday, April 4, 2004 at Elmvlew -upaeniy on aaTUraaVt April I nmnmrtn CicknlrhAwnn In IUh M. I nM ox a lull Lampman, Saskatchewan. In lieu of Extendlcare, Regina at the of 86.

A full flowers, a donation may be made to the Lampman Health Centre or a charity of your choice. 3, 2004, Marlene Bernice Pelletier, Indian Head, died at the age of 55 years. A celebration of Life will be held In Elks Hall, Indian Head, Sask, on Thursday, April 8, age obituary with service details will appear in a later edition of the Leader Post. Arrangements are entrusted to Regina Funeral Home, Hwy 1 E. (789- 8850).

SMITH, KATHERINE After a year long bottle with cancer, Katherine Smith peace- CRIMINAL RECORD? Pardon pormonontlyiooliocrimlnolrocord ondromovotthoobttoclot Waivor ollow. you to logolly ontorthoUS Proo Information boo. lit, Coll 1 SSS4 www pordomervlewconodo com Dude wheres my library? ONE TONE Reglno'l bast chat ond dot. lino Hookup with tony local, tor hot times, Woman coll froo Mon use frw trial M9 TTTT Regina's Coolest Porty Lino Dial: 75-Party AriVokFeMoflMB More1 18f fully passed away In the morning of April 1, 2004 at 2:00 p.m, Cremation. A visitation for GATTINGER Philip of Neudorf, 2004.

Katherine was born in Canora, jpmlly ond friends will be held of Tubman passed away April 3, 2004 at the age of 97 Saskatchewan on January 1, 1924 and was funeral Home, Indian Head on Wednesday, years. Philip was predeceased by his preceded In death by her brothers John, April 7, 2004 from 2.00 to 4.00 p.m. Marlene parents, Frederick and Ellzobeth (nee alexson Frances Mardell of Sa.kotoon Michael and George, sisters Anna, Diana, wa, Predeceased by her life long com- Gores); his wife Kotherine (nee Voigf); a MSMdawavatOU Vera, Jean and Joyce, husband Roy and son Llmer Racetfe on March 26, 2004; son, Delmer; a daughter-in-law, Gladys and a a 01 0 Lodfle on 'v'onday' vutu, jeuiiunujuytB, nusDana Koy ana son rviuvwi on, ueimerj aaougruer-irwaw, vjiaayiana Anrii onnj nl th non of 79 vonn a 40 TICKETS Harvard. She li lurvived by Bisters Alex- Paul Amyotte and Josephine 0 granddaughter, Lonl. He leaves to cherish Ituarv will be at a andra of Regina, Saskatchewan, Rose of Pelletier) one sister, Jeanette Marie his memory: four sons, Elroy of Neudorf, WIM 0 Blggar, Saskatchewan, Doris of White ond urvlved by her daugher, Robert (Marie) of Neudorf, Richard Rock, BC, Eileen of Yorkton, SK and Sylvia paritelle (Brad) Bishop and their children, (Isabel) of Ottawa and Melvin (Bonnie) of of Sydney, BC, her son, Slewarf, of ond Alex; one step son, Kenneth Regina; a daughter-in-law, Elaine Winnipeg, and numerous nieces and (Miriam) Racetfe; her brothers ond Gattinger of Yorkton; 10 grandchildren; 9 11 UFUORIAM3 nephews.

A funeral service will be held at JIMers; Joseph (Margaret) Pelletier, great-grandchildren; 2 great-great- 1:00 PM on Monday, April 5 al Holy Trinity Baker, Paulette Blanchard. Russell grandchildren. The funeral service will be hamann.olenn-ih laving mtmorygfaur ion, brother, Anglican Church In Yorkton. In lieu of end many held Wednesday, April 7, 2004 ot 2:00 P.M. low and uncit, who post oway April aw.

Arrangements entrusted to James Werezak of PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL 224 2103. BE FRONT ROW CENTRE for the "SO Cant foot Unit" concert In Saskatoon 4 tickets available Price Is only Discount It oil 4 ore purchased 351 9.6. EDMONTON OILERS, Georoe Strait, Metolilca, Juno's, Wrestling, David Bowie. Toll free I SOS 425 3099 or buy on lino ot www tnttickets cd WANTED SHANIA Twain tickets In Saskatoon, Juno 9 1 wheel choir 1 regular seating needed Til 2292 night or 924 2944 et 317 daytime from Christ Lutheron Church, Neudorf. Interment will follow In Christ Lutheran Cemetery, Neudorf.

Arrangements ore entrusted fo Matthews Funeral Home, flowers, donations may be mode to the Canadian Cancer Society or the Holy Trinity Anglican Church Memorial Fund, Chrlstie-Hill Funeral Chapel Crematorium, Yorkton, SK In care of arrangements. special aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins Hibman Cremation Funeral Services 1-800-667-8962 It's two years since mat fateful day, Although If seems like lust ret ter day. Quietly remembered everyday, badly missed alone Ufa's way, Just os you wore, you will always bo, Treasured ond loved our memory -love Dod, Wayne, Arletto, Lyle, ond fomlfles 1.

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