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-Helpful Thought Of The Day Happiness was not made to be boasted, but enjoyed Year 1993 4107 lunasS Hot tubs 3550 Merchandise Services 4680 4525 .4695 4690 .4710 .4530 .4370 .4350 .4380 .4390 .4740 .4760 .4770 .4790 Massage Therapy (Reg.) ....3536 Meats Money To Loan 3605 Musical Instruction Musical TuningRepair 3472 Nursing Homes ,3535 Office Services 3060 Photography Produce 3635 Resume Services RototillersA RototiUing ....3595 Snow Removal ...6890 Taped Music Tent Rentals 'fi 388-Telephone Ans. Service ......3063 Towing Boosting ..........6893 Trades 6000-6950 TVVCR Service 3153 Tree Service ......3605 Video Taping S473 Cats Other Pets pet Memoriams .3057 niWic Notiees Public Tenders 11190 Real Estate Rentals Accommodation Service .,..9005 Condds for Rent :..9195 Houses tor Rent Houses. Rural for Rent ..9235 Rental House 9255 Retirement ....9205 Room Board for Room Board Wanted .....9385 C. Properties Bed 'h1. Breakfast 8472 Buildings .......8620 Business Opportunities 8580 Commercial Prop 8630-8640 Condominiums farmland 8690-8710 FishingHunting Lodges ....8475 HotelsMotels ,,,...8560 Houses for Sale .......8010 Houses Wanted To Buy .....8220 Investment Properties ......8660 Listings Wanted 8370 Lots Mobile Homes 8240 Mortgages 8009 Open Houses 8115 Out of Province 8390-8410 Property Management .......8290 Property Wanted .............8360 Real Estate Auctions .........8330 Real Estate Companies Real Estate Lawyers ..........8340 Real Estate Services 8320 Sask.

Sask. Properties 8460-8470 Stores Offices Townhouses tor Sale ........8060 Warehouse Space 8530 Trades, Professions, Services AgricultureIndustry Agricultere Custom Farming .....7125 Farm Equipment Dealers .,..7060 Farm Equipment Sale .........7090 Farms Wanted 7450 Feed 4 Seed 7180 Grain DryingCleaning ..7130 Grain Trailers .,4670 Grain .4660 Horse Trailers ...7210 Livestock 8 Accessories ...71 50 Livestock Trailers ..............7160 Stables 7240 Mistrial Chain Saws 7390 Heavy Equipment Rental ...7600 Ind. Machinery Repairs .7570 Industrial Trucks. 4650 Removal Service ...7690 Rental .....7660 Sand Blasting 7330 Septic Tanks f.7360 Sharpening Service ........7720 Small Tools 7540 Welders 7270 Transportation Cars for Sale Year 1996 ..4104 Year 1995 4105 Year 1994 4106 Employment Business Opportunities Childcare Required Childcare Services Computer Personnel Daycare (Licensed) Daycare (Subsidized) Domestic Help Wanted Drivers Wanted Employment Wanted Farm Help Hairdressers Wanted Health Care Personnel Help Wanted Hospital Personnel Modelling Nanny Services Office Help Part Time Help Professional Help Restaurant Help Sales Personnel Secretarial Help Specialized Help Teachers Wanted Technical Help Wanted Trades Const. Help Year 1992 .....4108 Semi Trailers Year 1991 4109 Sport Utility Year1990 4110 TruckLeasing Year 1 989 41 1 1 Trucks Wanted Year 1 988 41 12 4x4s Year 1 987 13 1Ton Larger Year 1986 .4114 Mini Vans Year 1985 to 1969 ...41 15-4131 Vans for Sale Year 1 968 8 Older .....41 32 Van Accessories Autos $1000 Under 4135 Van Rentals Antiques 4250 Buses for Sale Autobody Repairs ...4310 Garages for Lease Auto Leasing 4290 Parking for Lease Auto Repairs .4295 Towing Service Auto Wanted ...4270 Hscrsiilo Classic Autos 4260 Aircraft Parts Accessories 4300 Bicycles for Sale Sports Cars 4240 Bicvcle Tracks, Mini-Vans Vein Motorcycles Year 1996 4504 Boats lor Sale Year 1995 4505 Year1994 .....4506 Year 1993 ...4507 BuSST Year 1992 ...4508 RSSas" Year 1991 4509 Gor)Carls Year 1990 ..4510 personal Watercarft Year 1989 4511 Snowmobiles Year 1988 .....................4512 Snowmobile Accessories Year 1 987 ......451 3 Skiing Equipment Year 1986 4514 Billiard Year 1985 to 1981 Sporting Goods Year 1 980 Older 4520 Tents Tarps Repairs Accessories ......4700 Utility Sound Equipment ..........3460 Sports Cards Tickets SaleWanted 3382 Tools tor Sale 3365 Toys Wedding Boutique Seraicts -Accounting.

6910 Balloons Bands Orchestras Bankruptcy Information ...3059 Catering ........3485 Computer Consultants ......3400 Computer Services 3395 Counselling ......3530 Courier Service Dairy 3660-3665 Financial Planning .3058 Hair. Skin, Nail Handyman Services .......,,.,361 7 Hauling 5 Health Services .........3534 Holistic Services .,..3537 Home Care Home Cooking .........3490 Housesitting ..3388 Income Tax Directory .......3065 InternetWeb 3402 Insurance ..............3510 Jewellery Appraisals .........3455 Lawn Gardens 3580 Announcements Anniversaries Births Card of Thanks 0i 1065 Coming Events 1079 1000 Engagements Florists 1040 Funeral Directors 10O7 Funerals 1003 Funeral Plans 1015 Graduation .,,..........1078 Happy Days IMP. Happy Days Service 1215 In Memoriam 1004 Lost Found ....................1101 Memorial Services 1 005 Retirement .......1088 Social Club Sport Events 1090 Travel 1091 Education Training Career 3532 Career Training 2200 Employment Services 2205 Job Training .....2005 Teacher Resources 2255 Tutoring 2206 .2203 Msrchandlst .2175 -Antiques ,2180 Antiques Wanted .2196 Articles for Sale 15 .2172 Articles Wanted 3135 .2167 Auctions ..3130 .2035 BabyInfant Articles ........3110 2020 Beauty Salon Supplies ......3092 .2210 BooKs Comics ...3422 .2030 Cellular Mobile Phones ..3405 .2060 "Corns Stamps .2230 ....3435 .2000 Computers Equipment .3392 .2220 "CraftSales ,..,.3112 .2070 "Firewood s. .......3570 .2170 Furniture Appliances .2050 Furniture Rentals 3140 .2040 -Garage Sales ............3165 ,.21 95 "Garage Sales Rural .2045 "Hobbies Crafts 3440 .2190 "lawn Garden Equipment 3585 .2055 "Lumber Building Supply 3370 ..2028 Merchandise Under $200 ..3118 .2250 "Musical Equipment .,,3465 ..2027 "Office Equipment Supply 3090 ,.2025 'Photography .........3425 Restaurant Supplies ...........3375 Satellite Dishes 3415 i. Rooms for Rent Rooms 9345 Shared Accommodation 9075 Suites for Rent Rsrsonale) Companions 1 230 Personal Personals (Adult) ..........1228 Personal Services ...,.1223 Psychic Services .......1222 .4795 ..5000 .5020 ,5040 ..5070 .5090 .5140 ..5150 ..5200 ..5220 ..5320 ..5085 ..5340 ..5345 ..5420 ..5310 ..5280 .5240 Suites Wanted ...,.9115 Townhouse tor Rent 9215 Estate Sales Acreages Acreages Wanted ..8730 Apartment Blocks Appraisers ..8260 Support Groups 1235 1-900 Services 1225 Animals Pet Supplies 3000 Pet Announcements ...........3005 Pet Grooming ....3010 IS HOT -si OFFICE HOURS: i Monday Friday 8 a.m.

4:30 p.m. 204 5th Ave. Saskatoon, SK S7K 2P1 Customer Parking available south lot TELEPHONE SERVICE: Monday Friday 8 a.m. 6 p.m. 1 Sunday 2 p.m.

6 p.m. Saturday Closed PHONE: 653-2100 TOLL FREE: 1-800-667-6979 FAX: 664-0454 ON LINE: DEADLINES: Word Ads: 6 p.m. for next day publication Classified Display: 12 noon for next day publication 'Is BW Deaths Deaths Death Deaths 1000 1000 1000 1000 JOHNSTON Mrs. Alice M. Johnston passed away peacefully on August 30.

1997 at the Sar- DAMM Eva. late of Saskatoon, passed away peacefully on August 28 at Sherbrooke Community Centre at the age of 82. Eva is dearly loved and remembered by her Husband Gordon and her two daughters Judy Emstey and BYERS The death of Vera Lilian Byers oge 61 yeais of Saskatoon, SK occurred in a locainos-pital on Friday, August 29. 1997. Vera was bom In Saskatoon on November 3.

1935. She was raised In North Park. She has been active In St. Mark's Girl Guides and had been District and Division Commissioner for the guides, She married Garry on February 29. 1964, Vera became active in the Saskatoon Sports Car Club, at cee Auxiliary hospital ana Nursing nome in Calgary, at the age of 89 years.

Alice was born in Leadvllle, Colorado in 1908 and moved to Canada when she was 16 years old. She taught school In rural Saskatchewan, where she touched so many hearts of her students pam uwen. hunerai service ror tva win De neia on Wednesday, September 3 at 2:00 p.m. from the Aberdeen United Church. Aberdeen, SK with Rev.

Ray Sadler presiding. Interment to follow In the Aberdeen Cemetery. Pallbearers for Eva will be Bob Bannman, Brian Bannman, Ron The StarPhoenix Direct dial numbers for: Switchboard 652-9200 Editorial 664-8231 Circulation 664-8320 Classified 653-2100 Display 664-8340 Saskatoon Sun 664-8342 LyleSinkewicz Publish Steven Gibb Editor Cam Hutchinson Marugng Editor Ron Deutscher (overtsing Director Gail Kukumdza Human Resources Utntger GtenHouie PmductionUintgei-Press Larry Funk frooMinltonager-frePresi Crtig Peterson Promo to Manager JackPtiipps CrcutitJofi Manager Eldon Amundson Controller until 1968 when sne retired rrom me broaaview Public School. She continued to enjoy her life tending and marshaling at races throughout to the fullest by travelling, bowling, and taking Bannman, Peter Braun, Lyle Klassen and Ernie Kllnnenbera. Funeral Arranaements are en up goit lessons wnicn sne lovea so aeany.

sne spent her winters In Mesa, Arizona until 1991. She was also a member of Wesley United Church, the U.C.W.,the I.O.D.E. and had volun me prairie region, sne jomea me enrenmai Lion L's In 1971, converting to Lioness with her club a few years later. She was the main organizer for the 5CN Lioness District Advisory Council serving as president and a council member for many years. Vera co-c haired two trusted to ACADIA DRIVE FUNERAL CHAPEL.

teered in their shoos. Her proudest moment District Lions Conventions and was an active was In 1976 when she was the Worthy Grand SULIK Bernadette Francesco Sulik (Bast) of Kenaston, SK. age 73 passed away suddenly on Sunday. August 31, 1997. Prayers will be Matron ot me tastem srar in saskatcne wan.

Al committee member on others. Vera joined the Centennial Lions Club In May of 1996 as part of their plan tor their retirement, bne was preae- ice also took on many volunteer jobs for various non-profit organizations. She enriched the lives of so many people, who all became friends. Family and friends were close to Alice held on weanesaay, sepremDer 6, ar from St. Andrew's Roman Catholic Church.

The Funeral Mass will be celebrated by Rev. Fr. Th ceasea Dy ner parents, jonn ana vioier briggs; one son. Kevin; and brother, Eric of Realna. Subscription Rates: Home delivery efiWr-ai il 3eV Lmmmmmmmm In Sukitoon $10.71 lly service, (1.87 13 75 GST $11.48 per month for dall omas Nauyen on Thursday, September 4, Surviving are her husband, Garnett (Garry); Decause Alice was Alice, sne win oe lovmgiy Tidtv and Saturday service whea GST per weeR for son, uouaias uttviiis); aranason, t-nns; stsrer.

olic Church, Kenaston, SK. Interment Family 84 years, occurred suddenly at North Battie- prepaid. Mail rate in Canada S33.00 per month, and Foreign S59.20 per month. Rural inquiriee may phone 1600-M7-2000. 204 5th Ave.

N. Sefketoon, Sask. S7K2P1. family; daughter, Bharbara Brown, Calgary; Plot. St.

Andrew's Ceme.tery. For friends so Doris Fehdrau of Saskatoon; and two brothers, Roy (Brenda) of Ladysmith, BC and Art (Linda) tora union Hospital on inursaay, August za. son, Keitn (Irene) Johnston, uak Lake. sister. Marion (Vernon) Rowe.

Mortlach. SK. wishing donations in memory of Bernadette ot saskatoon, vera will toe tonaiy rememoered iw. He win De saaiy missea Dy nis loving family; wife, Hazel nee Pllarlm of 54 vears; three The StarPhoenix Online brother, Kendall (Margaret) Johnston, Victoria, sons, Ray (Sharon Marlon) and daughter, Trina http ana saaiy missea Dy her tamiiy ana many friends. The Funeral Service will be held at St.

John's Analican Cathedral, 816 Soadlna Cres. granaaaugnrers, lerry scnwaim, ueoDie may be airecrea to me st. Andrew Buiiaing Fund, Sask Pro Life Fund or charity of your choice. Hanson's Funeral Home, Davidson, SK. In care of arrangements.

ot Kusseii, Mb, Don csnaron Ann) ana cniiaren, tueny Lawocque, snen eoegn, eev (Dean) Rousou. and Evelvn Curtis; areat- Brad and Angela of Sherwood Park. AB. Earl on t-naav, bepremDer oat pm con Deaths grandsons. Brent.

Brandon, and Colin Boegli; ducted by Rev. Ken Watts. In lieu of flowere do 1000 nations may De maae to uons service i-ounaa- isniney) ana cniiaren Janice, Kevin ana urn ot Unity, SK. and one daughter, Eileen (Tim) Brooks and children, Kurt Daysha of Saskatoon, SK. Dad was predeceased by his par as wen as numerous nieces, nepnews, ana friends.

Funeral Services will held at Minto tion of Saskatoon, Box 14 12, Saskatoon, SK, or MARTYN Mr. William Brangwin. On September 1. 1997, Bill Martyn of Edmonton passed away at the age of 88 years after a lengthy Illness. He will always be remembered and dearly missed by his wife, Alice; one son, Kevin United Church, 1036 Seventh Avenue North Lions Foundation of Cariada, co Box 9, Prince ents, seven brothers ana tour sisters.

West, Moose Jaw, Thursday September 4, Albert. SK or the Canadian Cancer Society, Grandpa was bom In Saskatoon on FeDruary I at 1 :3Up.m. Heverena John uanev win of saskatoon brancn. I ne ramny wouia iiKe to i. iv 13 ana me ramuy uvea mere until ivzj, (Wanda) and ddughter I ammy ana her family; One daughter Donna Mae (Gary) Lewis; and ficiate.

Memorlalization will take place at the press their thanks to Dr. b. waiiv. Mavis farant when thev moved to Youna, SK. From 1927 and the staff at the Saskatoon Cancer Clinic, Family Plot.

Rosedale Cemetery letter ihursdav one granason uyan Lewis, bill ts survived Dy St. Paul's Palliative Care for their understanding OTTemoon. W.J. JUNL-S SUIM rUINtKAL nUMtl hrnthers. Fdwnrd Martvn and Jim HINZ-UPSH ALL It Is with great sadness that the family of Evelyn Upshall (Hinz) announces her passing on August 28, 1 997.

Evelyn, age 67 years, passed away peacefully at the Palliative Care Unit, St. Paul's Hospital, In the midst of family. Evelyn was bom March 28, 1930 near Foxford. SK to Nick and Sophia Hrischuk. She met Alvin Hinz and married him on March 22, 1954.

They farmed near Laird and raised five children. Evelyn was an active member of the community, she ran the local arena booth. ana support, also mann you to tne uons, lion Moose Jaw. care of arangements. Donald Martyn; one sister Carol (Jim) Paton; and three 1929 they farmed near Perdue, SK and in 1929 moved to the family farm at Klnley.

Dad continued to farm with his family until 1943, at which time he joined the Army Reserve. On Jones Funeral Director. 693-4644. ess, tnenas ana all the neighbors for their assis sisters-in-law, Alice, Gladys, and Peggy Mar tance over the past year. Interment will follow tyn; as well as several cousins and numerous BAIS Rosalind (Ros).

aae 62. passed away October 4. 943. Daa marnea Haze Piianm In the Woodlawn Cemetery. Arrangements' at the Royal University Hospital on August 30.

and they continued to farm at Klnley until 1967 ha ve been entrusted to the SASKATOON when they moved to Saskatoon. Dad worked 1997, Ros grew up In Prince Albert and moved dear friends. Bill was preaeceased by his parents, Eari and Bessie Mae Martyn; one Infant son, Richard Wayne Martyn; brothers Dick, Hartley, and Melvln Martyn; his sister Bernie FUNERAL HOME. at Saskatoon Iron Works, the Old Normal was a great Avon lady and many women from to Saskatoon after high school. Leaving to mourn are her daughter Carol, grandchildren VAESSEN Frank passed away peacefully School, the Baldwin Hotel, and the Saskatoon Parkade.

Hobbies and woodworking helped on Saturday. August 30. 1997 at the age of 80 lerrence, jonan ana xenia; mother Mary t-ny-tyk and brother Orest (Betty) Chytyk as well as years, ne was Dorn, raisea ana aiea on me me aistricr spent long nours in ner Dasemem learning the art of ceramics. Evelyn and Alvin loved traveling and took many trips to BC and to California. Evelyn worked hard on the farm, She was a wonderful cook and homemaker, nil many or nis retirement nours.

tranapa was so Droud of his children and arandchil- her niece and nephew. Ros was predeceased family farm near Landis, SK. Frank Is survived bv his siblinas. Chuck of Vancouver. Paul dren.

He cherished spending many nours witn Morris; ana close cousin, buck Baldwin, bin was bom on March 27th, 1909 In Mayvllle, Michigan. He came to Blutcher, SK. with his grandparents In 1912. He worked with the Sask Wheat Pool as a grain Buyer In Warman, Glamis, and Bounty. During those 32 years, he was president of the Pool Sweet Pea Assoc.

for 2 1 years, and was an active community mem by her father Metro J. Chytyk. While working in Saskatoon she was married and continued (Clara) of Medicine Hat. Norbert (Joyce) of mem and his friends, following various sports nobody left her table hungry. Her devotion to working In church projects, gardening, crafts Landis, Helen (Bruce) Bell of Edmonton, AB, and activities, and winning card games (espe and numerous hobbies.

She retired from the Marie (Gerry) Zimmer of Calgary, AB. Gordon (Ann) of Assiniboia. Joan Berard (Bob) of Ray cially criD). we will always treasure pieosanr memories and his love. The Funeral Service will University of Saskatchewan in 1995.

A Memo ner jamny was eviaeni in an- ner acnons. in 1981, after 28 years of marriage. Alvin away. Evelyn moved to Saskatoon where In 1989 she met Nell Upshall and married him on November 9, 1991 with a small family wedding. They lived In Saskatoon, trav rial Senice for Ros will be held on Wednesday, be held on Tuesday, September 2, 1997 at mond, AB ana many numerous nieces ana September 3, at 1 :30 p.m.

from McClure United I a.m. from Mavtair unrtea cnurcn. vo2 ber (nre cniet, mayor. Agricultural society president, legion member) to better the quality of life for others. A Memorial Service will be held on Friday.

September 5, nephews. He was predeceased by his father Leo and his mother Mary, brothers Edward, Pe- '33rd Street West, officiated by Rev. Jack Carr. Church (4025 layior street East) with Joan Memorial donations to the Heart and Stroke Brown presiding. Memorial donations may be rer ana Len.

Hank win always De rememDerea eling a little and enjoyed retirement together. mode to the Cordiac Artery Rehabilitation Qoon Funeral Home. Avenue Foundation of 279 3rd Avenue North, Evelyn and Nell were devoted to each other Tor nis quick wit, generosity ana Keen interesr In sports, especially the Toronto Blue Javs and North, Saskatoon, Sk. It Is the family's request GrouD (C.A.R.C. Inc.) P.O.

Box 1401 Sas Saskatoon, SK S7K 2H8 or Mavfair United ana as sne saia rney never naa an argument katoon, SK S7K 3P7. Special aDDreciation to Church. Memorial Fund. 902 33rd Street West, Maple Leafs. Baseball was Frank's passion and that those wishing to place memorials may do so to the Edmonton Cardiac Institute, 10415 her friend Jean Dopko for all her help and Saskatoon, SK S7L 0W6 would be appreciated.

he took pride in the contributions to the many or even a minor disagreement, tveiyn De-came ill In April of 1996 but still was able to go on a cruise to Alaska only last month. Evelvn "SPECIAL" thanks to Dr. R.C. Anderson, nurses teams in which he piayea, carmeineim being rrienasnip especially me last couple ot years. Princess Elizabeth Avenue, Edmonton, AB, T5G 0Y5.

HOWARD 8c MCBRIDE CHAPEL OF CHIMES, Edmonton, AB. 422-1 141 Kinerai Arranaemenrs are entrustea to and staff for their special care during Harry's l. He will be sadly missea Dy ail who knew him. Pravers will be held on Tuesday. SeDtem- ACADIA DRIVE FUNERAL CHAPEL Wally many hospital visits over me years.

Arrange and Neil went as guests with Arlie and Greg Trew (Nell's daughter and son-in-law) where she had a fabulous time, On her return her ill iviarKewicn, uirecTor, voo-1 ouu. ments nave Deen enrrusrea to wtsi wuuu ber 2. 1997 at 7:30 p.m. from Our Lady of Fa-tlma Roman Catholic Church, Landis, SK. Mass FUNERAL CHAPEL (653-3434).

ness took hold but with the much appreciated MOORE It Is with great sadness that the fam lly of Mildred Luella Moore (Oslie) announces her passing on August 28. 1997 at age 82 of Christian Burial will be said on Wednesday neip or nome-care nursing sne was able to be nome aimosr Tin me ena. sne was preae- September 3. 1997 at 10:30 a.m. from Our Lady of Fortima Roman Catholic Church, Landis, SK, years.

Mildred passed away quietly In the Medicine Hat Regional Hospital following a with Fr. Bill Lafrenlere as celebrant. Interment ceasea Dy ner nusoana. Aivm Hinz. ner parents; Nicholas and Sophia Hrischuk.

two brothers; Lawrence Hrischuk and Len Berherskv, sis will follow In the Landis Cemetery. The family lengthy illness. Mildred was bom on me tamiiy farm near Trossachs. Mildred had a twin sister and ten other brothers and sisters. Mildred married George Moore on December 7, 1936.

nave reauestea mat conations in t-ranK ter Rose Forrest and granddaughter Avrll Andres. Evelvn will be sadly missed but remem memory may be made to the charity of the donor choice. Arrangements have oeen en- bered with joy for her fun loving nature, her Kinaness ana generosity, sne has enncnea tne TrusreaTO BlGGAR FUNERAL HOME (948-2669). nves ot many especially ner ramify, bveiyn ts survived by her husband Neil Uashall, her chil Bom tviiiarea ana treorge were psycniarric nurses and worked in the Weyburn Hospital. Mildred was a wonderful homemaker and her family was very important to her.

Mildred was a quiet caring and generous person with a wiy sense of humour, she will be lovingly remem ANDERSON Frank passed away peacefully dren Dale Hinz (Laird), Carol MacCallum (Sas on f-nday, August zv, I at St. Paul Hospital katoon), Allen (Crystal) (Laird), Garry (Lon) after a long ana courageous mness, Hanx is Hinz (Laird), and Judy Andres (Laird). Her Sirandchildren. Christopher. Steven, Misty, oel.

Michael, Nikki. Jesse, Ashley and Karlee. She will also be greatly missed by her stepchildren Grea ancf Arlie Trew and Mark UDShall, survived by his loving wite, jeon; rour cnnoren, Kathy (Dennis), Blaine (Cheryl), Kelly (Brenda) and Gary (Donna); six grandchildren, Jason, Tallis. Stacey. Lahssa.

Jessie and Tyler; and also his constant companion, his little dog, Derea Dy ner tamiiy. sne was preaeceasea Dy her husband, George In 1976; her granddaughter, Georgia Lee Gabora In 1971; her grandson, Neil Christopher Hawkes In 1977. she is survived by her children. Beverlee Gabora of Ottawa (Ivy) Moore of Medicine Hat and Judith (George) Hawkes of Sas She will also be missed by her brothers; Eldon Keiko. Frank was Dredeceased bv nis parents.

Harry and Lillian Anderson; and brother, Albert. Hnscnuk (baskatoon), Mike Hrischuk (Sardis. BC). Lloyd Hrischuk (Nlpawin). Garry Hrischuk (Meath Park).

Sister-in-law Nellie Beherskv katoon; ner granacniiaren, uane tabora, Na Frank was born February 22. 1 929 In Birch River, talie Gabora-Roth (Doua). Michael Gabora. MB. He married the love of his life, Jean, on July (Saskatoon), and broth er-tn-taw Uovd Forrest REMENDA It Is wtth deep rearet that we an- Derek Moore.

Richard Moore. Jefferv Hawkes (Meath Park). Donations can be made to Sas ROSS It with great regret that we an- nounce the passing of our dear husband and and Dana Hawkes; and her great grandson. nounce the death of Janice Ariene Ross on Au- ramer. peter wemenoa, age bo years on i-naay I Cameron Horn, ana one sister tireta Sylvester 16.

195. Frank was a member of me ironworkers Union Local 77 1 for 20 years until iU health caused his early retirement. Frank loved the outdoors and was an avid hunter and fisherman. Frank will be remembered for his sense of katoon Home Care. 201-310 Idylwyld Dr.

Saskatoon. In her name. The Funeral will be in aust 3 1 1 997 at St. Paul Hospital. She was pre Laird Mennonite Church.

September 2. at 2:00 deceased by her parents. Prof. Roy ond Ariene August iw. surviving are nis wne.

wace; or looko. bu. Donations to me tjmha (sosua-children, Raymond (Shirley). Gladys. (Garry), toon Branch) would be greatly appreciated.

Ron (Heiene) and Norman (Maureen); dauah-l The family will hold a small private memorial Ross of WoltvlHe. Nova Scotia; and her fiance p.m. interment in Laird Cemetery. Arrange humour, his love for his family, his love for ani Cilltord Beeler In 1948. Janice is survived bv teMn-law, Judy (Albert Remenda); 20 grand- service on Tuesday, September 2 followed by ments are care or iviak i lins wakman FUNERAL CHAPEL.

mals, and his zest for living, in lieu of flowers, Memorial donations may be made to St. Paul brother. David, and wife Janet; neDhews John children; 14 areat-arandchildren; steo-chil- an open house at the Hawkes' family home (bniney) ana Anarew iieorgina; ana niece I aren. tugene ana uiane. Din ana tsrenaa; rour GOERTZEN The passing of John Goertzen of Rosemary (David) Hall, ana their children an of step-granacniiaren; one step-great -grand- Hospital Renal Unit, 1 702-20th Street West, Saskatoon, S7M 0Z9.

The Funeral Service will be held on Tuesdav. Seotember 2 at 1:30 p.m. UJSZAS3 The death of Joseph Uszaszl. age 82 years, occurred on Saturday. August 30.

1997 at St. Paul's Hospital. He is survived bv his Nova Scotia; ana adopted aauanters. unoa ennd. He was preaeceasea Dy no rust wire, H.H.9A.

saskatoon occurred at St. pom Hospi TBarrv) Beaven. Yvonne, Ursula. Etln and Phvllis I Jeanne in 1984; son, Albert in 1995; his corents. conducted by Rev.

Charles MacNutt from Park wife. Julia of 48 vears: dauahter Eva and her ana meir children. Janice was com in Nova rrve Dromers ona mree sisters; ana several tal on Monday September 1. 1997. The Funeral Service will be held on Friday September 5.

Funeral Chapel. 3 1 1 intra Avenue Norm, tour-tesv parking Is available. Interment will take Scotia. Aor 9. 1923 and educated at Acadia, brothers and sisters-in-law.

Bom In Le Pas. MB. husband Bruce; granddaughter Nicole and her fiancee Tim; and numerous nieces and nephews in the old country. Joseph came to iw at from Neuhorst oia colony Toronto, and Columbia Universities. She begem Peter first moved to Peterson.

SK and then to St pioce at Hiiicrest Memorial tiaraens. Arrange- Denis where he kVed until the late 1930's. He her career In teaching in various elementary menrs are in care or kakk i-urotKAi. wiArti conooa 195 witn nts tamiiy ana worked at later moved to Saskatoon and in June. 1 940 he schools In Nova Scotia.

After completing her Mennonite Church. Complete obituary will appear In Wednesday's edition, arrangements ore In care of DALMENY FUNERAL HOME. 254- 2022 244-2103. intercontinental rackets until he rewea. ine married Jeanne Hubert.

After Jeanne passed away. Peter remarried Grace Konchuk in Feb a. degree she worked as a school psyencr-oatst for several years. Subsequently she re family would like to thank Dr. linger ond Dr.

Chin for lookina after Joseoh so wet. also St. GILES Dekxes Fay. It is with sorrow that we announce the passing of Dekxes Fay Giles on August 30, 1997. Bom in Swift Current.

SK on turned to Columbia for pre-doctoral studies, ond moved to Saskatoon, where she worked in ruary ivb. Peter worved at St. Hours Hospital as an ordertv for 29 vears. He also worked 1 1 Paxil's Hospital Emergency Staff and everybody who cared for him. Cremation win take years with the CN R.

In the 30 s. when work Mnv a. i. ueKxes turvrvea ov ner lovina the College of Education, Universrty of GORRELL Jean. The death of Jean Gorrell of Luther Tower formerly of Herschel, SK occurred suddenly Sunday.

August 31 1997. Funeral arrangements are pending and will be published In the StarPhoenix at a later date. place 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday. September husband John, whom she was devoted to anal was hard to find, he rode the rails to Ontario Saskatchewan, tor 27 years, retiring In 1987.

o. iw at Praine View Crematorium. Arrange where he worked for a period of time, returning a great companion for. forty seven years; two She loved her work with children, she loved oJ aspects of nature, her friends ond colleagues. to saskatoon wnere ne uvea me Pleasant Hid ment nave been entrusted to Wtsi wuuu FUNERAL CHAPEL (653-3434).

sons Konaia or Vancouver, jom uxjtdj or saskatoon, (to whom she was a lovina mother). area until his passing. Peter was a devoted ond especially her cabm and its surroundings on Dore Loke. She wnT be missed by al who hi Memorlim nusoana ana tamer ana otso a nora worker PARENTEAU The death of Patrick Roy ond two sisters Lois Bingham of Seattle ond Jean Tronsgord of Calgary. A lite long people 1004 knew her.

A Drivate committal service wM be He knew a lot of people ond always enjoyed meeting people. He hod numerous fnends. The Chico Porenteau occurred Saturday August 30. 1997 at University Hospital. Patrick grew up held at a later date.

A Memorial Service win be held on Friday. September 5 at m. at St. I Vigil of Prayer was heklMondoy. Septemoef in Langham District and went to Queensland 1997 at and the Funeral Lituray will be good humor has touched the Ives of family and many friends alike.

In later years Dekxes' love of kfe and complete joy was focused on Philip Neri Roman Catholic Church celebrated School, and also to Bedford Colleaiate in sas bv wev. Kimer Brootoro boanarchuk I VU4 Mo new luesaay septemoef 2. iwat lu oua m. katoon. He worked at the Federated Co-op for nroe Ave Memorial donations, for those who both from St.

Mary's Roman Catholic Church. Avenue ond 20th Street celebrated by Rev. nve years and worked nts way to a Journeyman Electrician. He is survived bv his two chil her two beautiful grondddughters. Jillian (ten) and Brittany (five and a holt).

Please join with us. in celebrating ttte kfe of a wonderful choose, mav be mode to World Vision Con- Krtner G. Kemdel ess R. interment wit take dren; his mother Kay and father Tony: two oda. the Lupus Society of Saskatoon, or the local S.P.C.A.

Arrangements hove been en- woman, on Wednesday. September 3. 1997 place In Woodlawn Cemetery. Memorial do- brothers Gordy and Merv and their children. The family would Hke to thank all family and 3 00 m.

the Chapel Of The Saskatoon Fu trusted fo the SASKAIOON FUNERAL HOME ondl nations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation. Prairie View Crerrratorium. 279 3rd Avenue North. Saskatoon. SK.

S7K 2H8 neral Home, wtth Rev. N. Stewart Dingwall offi friends: and everyone who provided care and would be appreciated. Arranaements have ciating, in leu or nowers, please make demo FAILLER Lucille (nee Fidter). It I.

with sad been entrusted to WESTWOOD FUNERAL medical services for format. A vigc ot Hrayer win be held Tuesday. September 2. at 7.00 p.m. ond the Funeral Moss be Wednesday.

Sep tions to me Hearr ana srroke r-oonaarion 279 3rd Ave. Saskatoon S7K 2H8. Af- ness we announce the death of Lucine Fotiier. CHAPEL (653-3434). at her residence, on Thursday.

August 28. 1997. tember 3. at 1 00 m. Funeral arrangements rangements have been entrusted to THE SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME.

244-5577. LUTZ The passing of Mr. Wilkxn (Biff) Lutz Luc we survived Dy net cneoren. Cheryl and have been entrusted to WESTWOOD FUNFRAll oae 75 vears of Saskatoon occurred in a local Douglas of Saskatoon: one sister. Freda (Ed) CHAPEL (653-3434).

SNIHER The passing of Mr. Lawrence Srther, Hoffman of Cudworth and numerous nephews hospital on Sunday. August 31. 1997. Prayer Service win be held on Fndav.

SeDtember 6. and nieces. Lucille was predeceased by her age 52 years of Saskatoon, occurred suddenly BLACKLOACK The death of Gordon Black- iw at 7 30 om. ihe funeral service be loack occurred on September 1 1997. He was nusoana.

Nicnoias: sisters. Louse Henry ana Marv Ives; and brother, Georqe. Harris. Ed onsunaay.Augusr ji. iwr.

ine Memorial service wit) be held on Thursday. September 4 held on Saturday. September 6. 1997 at 9 30 bom in Saskatoon on septemoef is. 195 ward and Louie Ftdter.

A Funeral Mass be am Both services De neta rrom ronr, Ht- Family and fnends are welcome to gather to 1997 at 2O0 p.m. from St. Timothy Anglican Church. 2101 Landsdowne Saskatoon. Catrig be Rev.

Ed Lews. Cremation. he'd on Wednesday. September 3. 1997 at neral Chapel.

3 3rd Ave. North, Saskatoon. celebrate hereon Wednesday, septemoer a 10.00 am at St. Francis Xovier Roman Catholic from 3 00 to 5.00 pm or 1812 fcwort Ave. Ar- (Courtesy parking it available).

Services w4 be conducted by Rev. Bohdon Demczuk Please refer to Wednesday's edition for more Ctvjrch. 222 Willow St. Saskatoon, with Rev. f.

ranaements have been entrusted to the Please refer to Wednesday's edition for more koHo as Celebrant. Funeral orrongements complete ae'ons. Arrangements ore core ot SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME and Prairie View PAW f-UNtkALCHAHtrL IU3) Crerirratorium. hove been entrusted to SASKATOON FUNERAL I complete details. Arrangements ore in care of HOME.

244-5577. PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL (244-2103). David J. TOO- DewtoMctwrJ. August 24.

r7-Seple)n2. IWfi WarrsByouDsjvtn. CTr rvyt Tgrand(oiir'wyoij Scnurr Funeral Director..

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