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H starPhoenk Classified' A L. SECTION Star-Phoenix Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Saturday, April 7, 1984 StarPhoenLx Printed and published daily except Sundays and statutory holidays by Armadale Publishers Limited at the office of the STAR-PHOENIX, 204 Fifth Avenue North, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, S7K 2P1. Second Class Mail Registration Number 0098 Direct dial numbers for Star-Phoenix General 652-9200 Editorial 664-8231 Circulation 664-8320 Classified 653-2100 William C. Duffu. Eweutiw Vlc-Prmldnt: Jam E. Ptlre, Executive Editor; Ed SebMtytm, Marketing Manager; Morv Carey. Production Manager; Jack Cook. Managing Editor: Wayne Wordberg. Circulation Manager; Lawrence ueieei, uomroiwr; CLASSIFIED RATES CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Ph. 453-2100 8:00 8:00 Mon. Fri. Closed Saturdays Phone Service Sundays S p.m. to 8 p.m. Privafe Party Rates (Classified ads set Solid 6 ot The following rates apply to non-commercial private sales and services only, and are based on a count line, per Insertion basis. The minimum charge is 42.50. Minimum size 2 count lines. All private party advertisements ordered from outside Saskatoon's retail trading area will only be accepted on a prepaid basis, cash, money order, cheque or charge card. I to 2 Insertions 68c a line 3 lo 5 Insertions 50c a line 6 to 9 insertions 42c a line 10 to 13 insertions 37c a line 14 or more insertions 35c a line Casual Commercial Rate $1.10 count line The following rates apply to all commercial enterprises and are based on a per count line, per insertion basis. Six consecutive days for the price of five. Minimum dally charge. S2.50. AM casual commercial advertisements are sublect to credit approval before publication. Advertisers requesting monthly invoking will not be allowed the si for the price ot five rate. THE STAR-PHOENIX ASSUMES NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERROR AFTER THE FIRST INSERTION. Classified Display is charged at $11.76 per single column Inch. CREDIT TERMS All private party and casual commercial advertising charges are due on receipt of invoice, future advertising privileges may be suspended for all customers with past due account balances. Hours: Semi-Display and Casual Commercial 8:00 a.m. to 12 noon daily Monday to Friday for publication following day (except holidays). PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS Minimum Count Two Lines One month: J12.75 per count line per month. Prepayment required Cash, cheque, monev order or charge cards accepted. li 4- Twelve months or more: $12.20 per count line per month. NOTICES Death and Funeral Notices (Based on count per line mea sure) 50c per count line. ($9.50 mini mum charge.) Box Numbers: Box Numbers please add $12.00 extra lo cover cost of handling and postage. While every en deavour will be made to forward replies to box numbers to the advertiser as soon as possl ble, we acceot no liability in respect of loss or damage alleged to rise through either failure of delay in forwarding such replies however caused whether by negligence or otherwise. City advertisers must pick up box re plies at the Star-Phoenix office. SUBSCRIPTION RATES By carrier $7.00 per month In primary market area and $7.50 or $8.65 per month outside pri mary market area. CIRCULATION: For home delivery, call SASKATOON 664-8320 BATTLEFORDS 445-5959 HUMBOLDT 682-4656 KINDERSLEY 463-3850 LA RONGE 425-3033 LLOYDMINSTER 875-5102 MELFORT 752-3009 MEADOW LAKE 336 4385 NIPAWIN 862-3713 PRINCE ALBERT 763-2440 MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year $110.00 t months $56 00 3 months $29.00 I month $11.00 Sat. Only - yearly $27.00 BY MAIL IN U.S.A. & FOREIGN 1 year $395.00 6 months $195.00 3 months $100.00 Saturday only $86 .00 Births IT'S A BOY! Dale and Diane wvshynski are pleased to announce the birth of their son. Eric Steven, born March 31st, 1984 at St. Paul's Hospital, neighing 7 pounds, 10' i ounces. Deaths WILSON - The death ot Carl John Wilson age 83 years of 45- 302 Windsor Street, Saskatoon occurred in a local hospital on April 5th. 1984. Surviving are two sons; John (Loisl Wilson Saskatoon, Gary (Erma) Wilson of Burlington, Ont.i four grand children, Wendy, Shannon, Dal las and Andrea, and also one brother Tom Wilson of Winni peg. Mr. Wilson was predeceased by his wife Hazel, April )91h, 1962, and three brothers, Mr. Wilson was born in Chip pewa, Wisconsin and he came Saskatoon in 1910. He was an in surance agent with Federated Mutual Insurance for 25 years. He was active in the U.C.T. for many years. The family would appreciated donations to the Canadian Cancer Fund rather than floral tributes. The Funeral Service will be held on Mon day, April 9th, 1984 at 1:30 p.m, from the Chapel of McKague' Funeral Home conducted by Dr Frank Myers. Interment will be made in Woodlawn Cemetery. Guest parking directly south of McKague's Funeral Home, 3rd wm ropon, mkjcwi cuiiot. Deaths CfWfrrHWrf) FAWCETT - The death of Fred Logan Fawcett age 47 years of Sherwood Park, Alta, formerly of Saskatoon, occurred Wednes day, April 4th, 1984. Surviving are: wife, Dorothy; one brother, Norm Fawcett and Beatrice, Capreole, Ont.; one sister, Ger trude (Mrs. John Smith), Grandvhsw, Man.; three daughters, Patricia, Mrs. Dean Pais ley, June, Mrs. David Burkell, Mary, Mrs. Brian Powell; tour sons, Bob and wife, Marlene, Gerry and wife, Sheila, John and wife, Diane and Glenn and ife, Tammy; and fourteen grandchildren. Funeral Services will be held Monday, April 9th at 1:30 p.m. at Salisbury United Church, Sherwood Park, Alta. In lieu of flowers dona tions to Cross Cancer Institute, 11560 University Ave., Edmon ton, Alta. would be appreciated by the family. FRIESEN - The death of Mr. George J.A. Friesen, age 69 years of Hague, Saskatchewan occurred quietly In a local hos pital on Thursday, April 5th, 1984. The Funeral Service wil be held on Sunday, April 8th at :00 p.m. from the Gruenthal Church conducted by Rev. Nell Guenther and Rev. Menno Friesen. Surviving are: his loving wife, Sarah; three daugh ters, Mrs. Nettle (Bill) Hllde- brandt of Saskatoon, Sask., Mrs. Ann (Pete) (Classen of Ur- bana, Ohio, Mrs. Elsie (George) Dueck of Saskatoon, Sask.; one son, Meno and his wife, Irene of Saskatoon, Sask.; twenty grand children and eight great grand children; one sister, Mrs. Ann (Hiebert) Klassen of Mexico; two brothers, John and Gladys Friesen, Henry and Leona Friesen, all of Gruenthal, Sask. The late Mr. Friesen is prede ceased by his parents, Abraham and Anna Friesen; one great granddaughter, Hanna Rowe; two sisters, Margaret and Hel en; two brothers, Abe and John. Interment will be held in the Gruenthal Cemetery. Arrang- ments are in care of Dalmeny Funeral Home. KOSHMAN - Rose Koshman passed away suddenly in Queen Victoria Hospital, Revelstoke, B.C., on Monday, March 26th, 1984 at the age of 66 years. Prayers were held on Thursday evening from Brandons Chapel. Ukrainian Greek Catholic Funeral services were held at St. Francis of Assisi Church in Re velstoke on Friday morning March 30th, with Father Ken Ol son of Kamlooos the Celebrant. Interment followed In Mountain View Cemetery. Pallbearers were: Don Koshman, Dan Gawiuk, Tom Koshman, Bill Gawkik, Ted Kulchyski, Don Wapple. Born In Saskatoon, Saskathcewan on July 18th, 1917. Mrs. Koshman (nee Hna- tiuk) moved to Revelstoke in 1942. married Max Koshman in November of the following year. She had lived at Airport Road, 4 miles south of Revelstoke, ever since. Survived by three sons, Edward of Edmonton, David of Cranbrook, Robert of (Cinders- lev, Sask. and six grandchil dren. Mrs. Koshman was prede ceased by her husband, Max; father, Dymtro; mother, Dora; two brothers, Walter and Michael and one sister, Mary. The family had requested no flowers in favor of memorial donations to the Heart Fund. Brandons Funeral Home in conjunction with Bowers Funeral Home were in charge of the arrange ments. NJAA - Thursday, April 5th, 1984, Mrs. Lena Niaa. late of Hagen, Sask., passed away in Saskatoon City Hospital at the age of 85 years. Mrs. Nlaa was born August 2nd, 1898 in Milan, Minnesota. She came to the Hagen district at the age of five years with her parents. She married Lars Niaa on November 15th. 1919 in Hagen. They farmed in the Hagen district, moving Into the town of Hagen in 1955 and residing there until her passing. Mrs. Niaa enloyed her home and was active In her church. Mrs. Niaa Is survived by: her husband Lars; two daughters: Arna (Orvid) Sollid and Norma (Ebert) Haugrud, both of Saskatoon; two sons: Kenneth (Molly) Niaa of Saska toon and Arven (Mariorie) Nlaa of Hagen; seventeen grandchil dren and eighteen great-grand children. She was predeceased by her parents, a son, Rudolf, two great-grandchildren in in fancy, two brothers: Ed and Sevrln, and a sister, Anne Ar nestad. The Funeral Service will be held on Monday, April 9th. 1984 at 2:00 p.m. In the Bethel Lutheran Church, Hagen with Pastor Dale Hanson offici ating. Interment to follow in the Saron Cemetery. Donations to a charity of the donor's choice would be greatly appreciated by the family. Arrangements in care of MacKenile Funeral Home, Prince Albert. THOMS - The death of Mrs. Helen Thorns of Humboldt, Sask. occurred at St. Elizabeth Hospital, Humboldt on March 27th, 1984. She was 76 years of age. Helen is survived by two children. Ernest (Claudetle) Thorns of Bruno; and Olga Adams of Saskatoon; four grandchildren; also one sister, Nellie Olchoway of Humboldt. She was predeceased by her husband, Fred In 1977; on son, Edward in 1957; one sister Dora Skrypnvk In 1977 and a brother, Tony. Funeral Services were held from All Saints Ukrainian Catholic Church, Humboldt on Friday, March 30th, 1984 at 10.00 a.m. with Rev. Fr. Cho-ronzv officiating. Interment followed at All Saints Ukrainian Catholic Cemetery. Humboldt. Pallbearers were Ernest Thorns, Mike Thorns, Carl Ol choway, Pete Olchoway, , Sam Skrypnvk and Dwayne Zintel. Scharf's Funeral Home, Humboldt were in care ot arrang- 2 iCttftfiiwfrjT KEYES - The death ot Mrs. Anna Keyes, age 76 years, of Dalmeny Sask. occurred quietly in a local hospital on Friday, April 6th, 1984. The Funeral Service will be held on Sunday, April 8th at 2:30 P.M. from the Salem E.M.B. Church In Wal-dheim, Sask. Conducted by Rev. Ed Epp. Surviving are: her loving children: two daughters; Mrs. Betty (Peter) Voth of St. Catharines, Ont., Mrs. Bruce (Peter) Unger of Niagara On- The-Lake, Ont., three stepdaughters; Mrs. Josephine (John) Reiterof Estevan, Sask., Mrs. Florence (Stan) Curtis of Flin Flon, Man., Mrs. Barbara (Lloyd) HHts of Flaxcombe, Sask., two sons; Erwln and Dorothy Loewen of Avonmore, Ont., Reuben and Eileen Loewen ot Saskatoon, Sask., twenty-seven grandchildren, eighteen greatgrandchildren, twelve step- grandchildren, and twelve step-great-grandchildren., three sisters; Mrs. Tillle Unruh, Mrs. Hilda (John) Matthies, Mrs. Una (Rudy) Williams, allot St. Catharines, Ont., three broth ers; Nat and Grace Schultz, Abe and Ann Schultz all of Wal- dheim, Sask., Arnold and Elsie Schultz ot St. Catharines, Ont. The late Mrs. Keyes was prede ceased by her parents, Henry and Annie Schultz, her first husband Ben I. Loewen, second husband Harry Keyes, one son Walter and one brother David. Interment will be held in the Sa lem Church Cemetery, Wal- dheim, Sask. Arrangements are In care of Dalmeny Funeral Chapel. MERTZ - The death of Mr. Jo seph Mertz of Middle Lake, Sask. occurred at St. Elizabeth Hospital, Humboldt on March 31st, 1984. He was 71 years of age. Mr. Mertz is survived by his loving wife, Rose of Middle Lake; two sons, Roman (Syl via) of Middle Lake; Ervin (Jenny) of Tisdale; two daugh ters, Lillian (Delmar) Galam-bos of St. Benedict; Linda (Nor man) Lux of Humboldtt; also thirteen grandchildren; two brothers, Clarence of Kanr loops, B.C. and Carl of Hum boldt; five sisters, Ann Ewen of Humboldt, Ida Gasmo of Ed monton, Mary Stauber of Ed monton, Margaret Tonn of Wetasklwin, Alta. and Leona Thompson of Wetaskiwln, Alta. He was predeceased by his par ents, one sister, Josephine Becker, and three brothers, Matt and two in infancy. Funer al Services were held from the Canadian Martyrs R.C. Church, Middle Lake, Sask. on Tuesday, April 3rd, 198at 10:00 a.m. with Rev. Fr. Phillip, O.S.B. and Rev. Fr. Werner Renneberg, O.S.B. officiating. Interment followed at the Parish Ceme tery. Pallbearers were: John Svab, Alvin Melz, Laverne llg, Andrew Manderscheid. James Winkel and Ted Suer. Scharf's Funeral Home, Humboldt were in care of all arrangements. MCKEE - The death of Malcolm (Mac) McKee age 68 years of 1007 First Street, East Saska- toon occurred in a local hospital on Friday, April 6th, 1984. Sur viving are: his loving wife Grace, two daughters; Donna (Bob) Blakely of Melfort and Joan (Bruce) Mitchell of Waterloo. Ont., and one son, Dr. Hugh (Sheryl) McKee of Saskatoon and one grandson, Kevin McKee; three sisters Delia (Al bert) Brooks Of Ladner, BC, Berna (Mac) Summach of As- quith, and Miss Joyce McKee of Saskatoon, also his step-mother Rosella of Saskatoon as well as a host of relatives and friends. Mac was predeceased by his father Hugh McKee Sr., in 1973 his his mother Rosanna in 1920, one sister Mona Rousell in 1976 and his step-mother, Vera in 1963. Mac was born in the Asquith District December 29th, 1915 and received his education at the Grasby School District and attended the Asquith High School. He attended Saskatoon Normal School and taught school for two years before re turning to the Asquith district to farm. He married Grace Mere dith in 1940. In 1948 the family moved into Saskatoon where Mac worked with the Saskatchewan Hail Insurance Association for 28 years. He also worked with the National Farmers Un ion as an Income Tax Consult ant. Over the years Mac was ac tive in Softball, curling, and lawn bowling. His curling took him to the Dominion Senior Men's Championship in 1972, 1975, and in 1977 his team won the Championship. He was Past President of the Hub City Curl ing Club. Mac was a longstanding member of the Avalon Em manuel Baptist Church, where he held positions on the Board of Deacon's and Finance Commit tee and most recently in Emmanuel Baptist Church actively involved as teller, choir mem ber, and the management com mittee. The family would appre ciate donations to the Emmanuel Baptist Church or the Saskatchewan Heart Fund rather than floral tributes. The Funeral Service will be held on Monday, April 9th, 1984 at 2:30 P.M. from Emmanuel Baptist Church, 1636 Acadia Drive, Sas katoon Conducted by Rev. Cal Malena and Rev. Robert McLaren. Interment will be made in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. McKague's Funeral Home will be in charge of Fu neral Arrangements. ULRICH - The death of Mr, Josef Ulrich, Spalding, Sask. oc curred at St. Elizabeth's Hospi tat, Humboldt, Sask. on March 21st, 1984. He was 83 years of age. Josef is survived by his lov- ng wife, Bertha of Spalding; seven children, Lawrence (Car ole) of White Horse, Yukon, Loretta (Bernard) Tamellng of Muenster, Lorraine (Jerome) Merkosky ot Humboldt; Trude (Ken) Doepker of Regina; Eric (Dorothy) of Spalding, Linda (Keith) Sarauer of Annaheim, Sally (George) Bihar! of Regi na; nineteen grandchildren and one great grandchild. Also sur viving are: two sisters, Mitzi and Hani; two brothers, Rupert and Louis. He was predeceased by his parents, two brothers and one sister. Funeral Services were held from St. Ann's R.C Church, Annaheim, Sask. on Saturday, March 24th, 1984 at 10:00 a.m. with Rev. Fr. George Brodner, O.S.B., Rev. Fr. Fran cis Lobmer, O.S.B. and Rev. Fr, Daniel Muyers, O.S.B. officlat ing. Interment followed at St. Martin's R.C. Cemetery. Honor ary Pallbearers were: Andrew Fouhse, Joe Zlmmer, Walter Paooenfus, Larry Braun, Henry Brenna, and Henry Scheper Pallbearers were: Jerome Merkosky, Keith Sarauer, Bernard Tamellng, Kenn Doenkor, Mel- vln Kiefer and Maurice Saret sky. Readers were: Germain Dauk, and George Biharl Ushers were: Joey Zlmmer, and Delmar Braun. Scharf's Fu neral Home, Humboldt were in Deaths Deaths 2 CLARKE - Maitland - on the 29th March, 1984, at the Roval Columbian Hospital, New Westminster, B.C., after a lengthy her 86th year, beloved wife ot the late Wilfred (Fred) R. Clarke - survived by her daughters Helen of New Westminster, B.C., Mrs. R.D. Barron (June), Mrs. K.E. Davidson (Eva) of Toronto, Ont. and three grandchildren Bill, Jeffrey and Kim Davidson. A memorial service was held in the New Westminster Salvation Army Citadel Saturday, 31st, March. Interment in the Wood-lawn Cemetery, Saskatoon, Sask. As expressions of sympathy, donations to the New Westminster Salvation Army Citadel, 325 6th Street, New Westminster, B.C. would be appreciated. FORRIE-ThedeathofMr. Herbert McLaughlin Forrle age 62 years of 710 Ave. L North, Saskatoon occurred suddenly on Thursday, April 5th, 1984. The Funeral Mass will be held on Monday, April 9th at 10:30 a.m. from St. Mary's Roman Catho lic Church celebrated by Rev. Father E. Quinn C.Ss.R. Prayers will be said at St. Mary's Church, Sunday evening at 8:30 p.m. Surviving are: his loving wife Anna; one daughter Jacqueline of Calgary, Alberta, one son Allan of Saskatoon; one grandaughter Jessica. His fami ly was the cornerstone of all his activities. Also two sisters, Del- la and Dorothy; one brother, Ardel; and lifelong friends Dan and Margaret Dewar. Herb (Bill) was born on a homestead near Melfort, Sask. on April 9th, 1921. He spent seven years serving with the Roval Canadian Engineers in World War II. Herb was active in three the aters of service including Cana da, Britian and Northwest Eu rope. He married Anna in England in 1945, and returned to Canada the following year, settling 'n Saskatoon shortly after, where he worked and lived until his death. Herb was an excep tionally private man who was known by few, and lived a full life enriched by extensive read ing and writing. At the time of his death he was actively partic ipating in life by sharing his experience and wisdom with his wife, son, and daughter and by enioving the fun and adventure of life with granddaughter Jes sica. Interment will take place In Soldiers Field, Woodlawn Cemetery. Arrangement are In care of Westwood Funeral Chapel (653-3434). GRAHAM - Passed away in the Eston Hospital at noon, March 29th, 1984, Mrs. Ada May Graham at the age of 93 years, 7 months. She is survived by one son, Henry Marker Graham of Lakeland, Florida; two daugh ters, Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth McLeod of the Plato-Eston district and Mrs. Katharine Far-stad of Vancouver; six grand children and fourteen great grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Ethel Naugle of Laughlintown, Pa. She was predeceased bv her husband Harry in December, 1959, and her grandson, Terry Graham in February 1970, Ada Graham was born in Pennsylva nia near Ligonier. She taught school for five years and then on May 29th, 1912 she married Har ry Marker Graham, a distant cousin. They made their home on the family farm in Iowa for eight years and then moved in 1920 to the Plato district where Harry had land. They were ac tive farmers until they retired in 1958 and moved into Eston. Ada Graham was always an ac tive United Church member. She taught a Sunday School class of bovs for a number of years. She was a member ot the Ladies Aid, later charter member of The United Church Wom en. She also served as Secretary Treasurer on the Plato Church board for many years. She was so proud that after many years the Plato congregation man aged to build their own church and when it burned down she felt the loss most keenly. When she moved to Eston, she partici pated in the congregational work of St. Andrews United Church, Ada Graham was a charter member, later a life member, of the Plato Home- makers, now the Women's Insti tute. She worked at and promoted a Horticulture Fair In Plato for many years and con tinued this interest after she moved to Eston. She continued to win prizes Into her 92nd year. Ada Graham was a charter member of the Plus Fifty Club and was present at the official opening of the Wheatland Plus Fifty Centre in November 1983. She was an original member of the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool formed in 1924. The Funeral Service was held on March 31st, 1984 at 2:30 p.m from St. An drews United Church, Eston. Sask. officiated by Rev. John Crawford. Active Pallbearer's were: Charlie Ryland, Tom Turner, Wilt Carter, Jack McLeod, Ken Carlson, Russell Jackson. Interment took place in the Eston Cemetery. WEBB - The death ot Mr. James Webb of Guernsey, Sask. occurred at St. Elizabeth Hospi tal, Humboldt, Sask. on Wednes day, March 28th, 1984. He was 48 years ot age. James was born on October 24th, 1935 in Chzechoslovakla to John and Erene Banyasz. He came to Canada in 1956 during the upris ing in Hungary and worked on the CPR in Young. Sask. tor three years. He also worked in various potash mines in Saskat chewan. He married Jocelyne Therese Gagna on May 3rd, 1968 in Allan, Sask. To this union were born two sons, Allan James and John Raymond. They moved to Guernsey 1971. For the past eight years Jim suffered from Bechet Syn drome causing deterioration of the body. James is survived bv his loving wife, Jocelyne; two sons, Allan and John, all of Guernsey; one brother, John Barnacz of Hungary and four nieces and nephews in Hungary. He was predeceased by his par ents. Funeral Services were held from Sharon Mennonite Church, Guernsey on Monday, April 2nd. 1984 at 10:00 a m. with Pastor Bill Bast and Pastor Jim Mullet officiating. Inter ment followed In the parish cemetery. Honorary Pallbear ers were: Howard Weber, Elmer Snider, Clayton Bowman and Claude Sr.hlabach Pallbearers were: Rod Bow man, Stan Cressman, Gordon Weber, Gordon Shantz, Clar ence Toman and Bernard Ritter. Ushers were; Steven White, David White, and Ralph Hawes, The organist was Vera Cressman. Donations to the Gid eons will be gratefully acknowl edged bv the family. Scharf's Funeral Home, Humboldt were Deaths 2 HUNGERFORO - Merlin Terry, age 25, died Thursday, April 5th, 1984 at Eston Union Hospi tal. Funeral Services Tuesday, April 10th, 1984 at 2:00 p.m. from St. Andrew's United Church, Eston, Saskatchewan, Rev. J. Crawford officiating. Interment in Eston Cemetery. Donations to the Eston Hospital Memorial Fund appreciated in lieu of flowers. Funerals BARfi The Funeral Service of Verna Barry who died on Sunday, April 1st, 1984 was held from the Chapel ot Saskatoon Funeral Home on Friday, April 6th at 3:30 p.m. Conducted by Brother George G. R. Hawtin. Honorary Pallbearers were: Walter Ebbert, Eric Pilstrom, Abner Abrahamson, Elton Wadell and Active Pallbearers were: Jake Thiessen, Pete Friesen, Arnold Wolf, Arden Mack, Bob Bergen and Barry Callfas. Interment took place in Woodlawn Cemetery. HEARD The Funeral Service of George Scott Heard who died on Tuesday, April 3rd, 1984 was held from the Chapel of Saska toon Funeral Home on Friday, April 6th at 1:30 P.M. Conducted by Rev. W. A. Stevens. Pallbearers were: Ernie Ben-netl, Bert Johnson, Tom Camp bell, Mike Shutiak, Steve Shu- tiak, and Don MacKav. Interment took place in Wood lawn Cemetery. In Memorlams 4 COONEY In loving memory ot Terry Coonev who passed away April 6th. 1981. Time may heal the broken-hearted, Time may make the wound less sore. But it cannot fill the lonping For the loved one gone before. Who shall say the griel is less ened, Though smiles hide the tears. Memories keep the wound still open With the passing of the years. Sadly missed by his family. MACDONALO - In loving memory ol Robert John Stewart Macdonald, fa ther and grandfather, who passed away on April Zlh, 1980. The family ties were broken. When God came and took you away It left us with a wound ol hurt That we do feel each day. To see your smile, to hear your voice To touch your loving face Are now iust sweet memories That till an empty space. But in our hearts you shall alwavs be Part ol us, so sadly missed, a pre cious memory Ever remembered bv daughter Barbara and husband Len, the grandchildren Randy, Lee, Cindy, Jill, Sherry, kit, Tracev and Jody and their (ami ties. MACDONALD In loving memory ol a dear husband. Bob, father and grand father who passed away April 7th, 1980. The depth ol sorrow we cannot tell. Of the loss ot one we loved so well. And while he sleeps a peaceful sleep, His memory we shall alwavs keep. S-.dlv missed and ever remembered by wile Kitty, daughter Betty, B'uce and Barbara, Len and Barbara MCCONNELL - In loving memory ot our mother and grandmother, Flor ence, who passed away April 7th. 1980. We do not need a special day, To bring ybu to our minds. The days we do not think ol you. Are very hard to find. They say time heals all sorrow. And helps us to lorget. But time so tar has only shown. How much we miss you yet. Bob, Shirley, Shelley, and Darren Card 01 Thanks MAY I Take this opportunity to thank all our relatives, friends, neighbors and associates for the many prayers, beautiful cards, phone calls, flowers and baskets of fruit which I received while a pa tient In the University Hospital, the dedicated care Irom nurses and staff in extensive care and "Spe cial Care" units. Dr. Bharadwai, Dr. Gulamhusselrt and Dr. Orc hard tor their excellent perform ance also, while in St. Paul's Hos pital the nurses and staff on 4th floor, Dr, Kail, Dr. Padmanabh and Dr. Scarrow, tor their constant special care and attention thank you all again, it helped so much to know that others care, vour kind ness and thoughltulness are much appreciated and will alwavs be re. membered. Thank you. Les Trimble. MAZZEI (Castellan) The tami ot the lale Adele Mazzei wish to ex press their sincere appreciation and thanks to all relatives, friends and neighbours for all the cards, flowers and donations. A special thanks to Dr. Mclntyre, Dr. Balt-zan, Dr. Bayly, the nurses at SI. Paul's Hospital and the staff at Porteous Lodge. Your Ihoughttul- ness will alwavs be remembered in the loss of our mother, grandmoth er and great-grandmother. The Castellan and Allegretto fam ilies. TO OUR FAMILY - and all those special people who gathered together lo make our 50th Wedding Anniversary so pleasant and mem orable, sharing with us fifty years ot such pleasant memories of each of vou we would like to express our sincere thanks! Jeanne and I were Indeed thrilled to see many. Also, to our Grosvenor Park Iriends. Thank you lor carlngl It made our day! Sincerely, Jeanne, Harold I Pat) Voice. Funeral Directors McKAGUE'S FUNERAL HOME ROBERT J. MCKAGUE DONALD A. NEWBIGGING Phone 664-3131 300 3rd Ave. S. Park Funeral Chapel Terry G. Mlchayliuk Donald Somers 311 3RD AVE. NO. 244-2103 SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME W. Arnold Edwards Robert F. Daurie Fi. 244-5577 338 4th Ave. North WESTWOOD FUNERAL CHAPEL Rae J. Murdock Phone 653-3134 20th St. 1 Ave. N. Crematoriums PRAIRIE VIEW CHAPEL Memorial and Cremation Services Highway tl South 242 78(4 Box 1061 Memorial Society BOSCO SOCIETY gratefully at cepts memorial donation and leg acies lo establish treatment centres tor youngsters who are very suicidal, highly delinquent or seriously addicted to drugs and alcohol. Mail to Box 1755, Begin, Sask S4P 3C6. Don't Forget Those Who Cannot Remember Saskatchewan Alzheimers and Relat ed Disease- A sorption gratttul'v ac cept memofial donations and legacies lor education and research. Tax deduc'able. Vail to P.O. Box 187, Regina, Sask S4P 3E2 Monuments FAMILY MEMORIAL ARTS I00S 20th ST. WEST Wilt Michavluk Days or evenings 652-2210 Legacies Memorial 10 In Memortum donations and legacies help The Canadian National Institute For The Blind prevent bjindness and provide social and rehabilitation services for the newlv blind children and adults. Tax deductible. 2305 Adelaide. Saskatoon. 34-4545, 2560 Broad, Regina. 52S-257i. Companions 11 AFFECTIONATE MALE mid 30s seeks female companion. Reply with phone number lo Star Phoenix Box 230B. A SINCERE SINGLE white male. early 30s, looking for an attractive femaie 20-35 tor lasting relationship. Reply with phone, address & photo if possible to Box I4I2X, Star Phoenix. BORN AGAIN Christian lady with one child would like lo meet dark haired gent (27-35) with same be liefs tor a lasting relationship. Love children and family life, sin cere and caring. Reply with photo to Box B 319, Slar Phoenix. I AM A HUMOROUS, fun loving, sincere, family-oriented profes sional lady who is seeking a lasting relationship with a mature, self-sufficient man, 45-55, with a desire to live lite to the fullest. Reply to Box 304B, Star-Phoenix. IF YOU LIKE Pina Colada's, get ting caught in the rain, enjoy laughter and intelligent conversa tion. I eniov the same. If you're a sincere, attractive male between 30-40. perhaps it's lime we met. Re ply to Box B-49, Star Phoenix. I'm tired ol dancing to someone else's tune, I vou can relate write to me soon, I've it with single's bars And men who don't care: II vou are different. Then write and let's share I like travel and sports And pupnies and dreams. I like laughter and sharing. Do vou know what I mean? Holding hands in the park, Or sailing 'til dawn, O talking by candlelight... Need I go on? II you feel that you could contrib ute meaningfully to a relationship and are a single, unattached male between 22 and .10, please write with photc & phone, P.S. I'm 24. Box 200 B. Star-Phoenix. LADY DOMINANT tor private en tertainment. Strictly confidential. Reply wlh phone number to Box 283B. Star Phoenix. MAN 37 working north seeks corre spondence with woman 20-36. For possible long lasting relationship. Write: Box H?7 X, Star-Phoenix. ORIENTAL LADIES and Gents I seek correspondence, friendship, marriage. Write Asa International, Box 648, Vedder Crossing, BC, VOX m PROFESSIONAL WOMAN. 30, seeks unattached financially se cure professional or business-ori ented man preferably University educated, 5'7" plus. 30 Plus, very well-groomed, does a good swing, dog lover, camper, engaging laugh, no children living with him. Reply with phone and photo to Box 328B, Slar Phoenix. INTERESIED in children, danc- sports, the outdoors? If you are, mavhe we have something in common. I am a divorced 35-vear- old female and looking for man 35 to 45 with similar interests. Reply to Box B-214. Star Phoenix. SINGLE? AGED 18-70? Meet oppo site sex companions through corre spondence! Don't be shy (especial ly vou ladles) we protect vour prlvacv, identity. Person to Person Correspondence. P.O. Box 1661, Saskatoon S7K 3R8 TO GIVE AWAY: 1 heart, body and soul. Male, 35, single and lone ly in good working order. Approxi mate dementlons 5'9" x 140 lbs. Ooon to all and any interested female lakers. Please send photo to. Box 298 B. Star Phoenix. WANTED one female, employed. lo share love life 8. laughs with 37 vear old male. Should eniov quiet lifestyle and outdoors. One child Ok. Possible marriage. Reply to Box B 325, Star Phoenix. WANTED Three attractive females, ages 20 30, who are interested in sports, the out doors and music. It interested, we are three attractive males, ages 23 27. Please reply with photo & phone num ber to Box 79 B, Star Phoemx. Adult Services 12 AOULT VIDEOS VHS competitive ly priced. Rentals available. Im mediate delivery. Write to: Box 880, Martensville. Sask. S0K ?T0. A PRIVATE ADVENTURE with a female model possible. 978-1644 af ter 4pm. A PRIVATE MASSAGE with a versatile male massuer. V'8-1644 anytime. ARE YOU A VIP? It you expect and deserve 1st class entertain- ment call us at 9,13-1166 AVAILABLE,. .PROFESSIONAL ;V STRIPPERS ft for Your Private Eniovment 384-7272 CARESS Treat yourself with a Little Tenderness with Caress. 933-2621 Visa's Welcome Noon 5pm DISCREET phone conversations. 1-416-425-9809, 791-4602 24-hrs. INTRODUCTIONS in your area. Swinoers, Gay ga's and guvs, Escorts, Fun, Marriage. Sent Gen eral Delivery. Knightclub, 3107 29th Avenue, Vernon. BC. V1T IZ2, 112.519 SJS4. WANTED: female stripper for stag of 20 to 25 males. RePlv to Box B-327, Stat Phoemx PROF STRIPPERS Avail lor pri vate parlies and stags Fl.ur. Cab. 12 MIDNIGHT LACE IS RIKKI'S PLACE 384-7274 SWINGTIME NEWS Tasteful Magazine serving swingers safely & discreetly lor IS yrs For vour sample issue send S5. to Swingtime, P.0 Bon 2410. New Westminster, B.C. V3L 5B6. Super discreet plain brown envelope, 1st Class mail. Refundable. Escort Services 13 ABOUT TOWN REOPENS WITH THOSE WILD AND EXCITING LADIES YOU'VE BEEN WAITING FOR CALL 242-0202 TODAY! Adorable Young Ladies RAINBOW ESCORTS 382-6770 Cheques, Visa. AFFAIR ESCORTS 384 5620. In town cheques. VISA ANGELS TOUCH First tor Earthly Delights 244 8712 Announcing CAPRICORN LADIES 653-2685 VISACheques 10 a.m. - 4 a.'m. ANNOUNCING SHAYNE'S ESCORTS QUALITY FIRST 933-3345 Viw's Welcome Behind Closed Doors For fonights sweet dreams 665-2566 CHEQUES ACCEPTED BUNNY'S PALACE We offer a personal Service with a personal touch 384-8611. CONFIDENT WE'RE 1 933-3161 Visa's Welcome Dazzling Nights AFTER FIVE "An encridnting 653-2526 VISACheques 10 a.m. - 4 a.m. DIAL A DARLING 934-2020 DREAM GIRL THE ESCORT AGENCY WHERE YOUR DREAMS COME TRUE 384-8505 DREAMS COME TRUE WHfc N YOU CALL BABY BLUE 934-5122 LET US P4MPER YOU EBONY & IVORY Visa 4 7 7 - 1 2 2 1 FIRST CLASS LADIES Personal satisfaction and date attractiveness guaranteed Call us at: 933-1166 FRENCH QUARTER Executive Escorts 665-3345 For every mood & every moment 10 a.m. 4 a.m. Cheques VISA LADY MICHELLE Exotic Escorts 653-3150 VISACheques EIFFEL ESCORTS Phone 384-3707. Open from 9 to 5. VISA'Cheoues accepted. Executive's Corner Why waste your time on the rest call the best. 665 3123 or 665-3177. LA ROSE'S ESCORTS Contused? Don't know who to call Try us 6658732 or 665-8672 PARK AVE Ask tor the escorts ot your dreams 934-66?? PASSION PLAY 244-8712 Temptations Escorts 665-2150 VISACheques Unlock Your Fantasies With A KEY GIRL 374-2929 Visa VIP First class ladies tor the personal louch Cheques accepted 933 1 166 GUARANTEED ATTRACTIVE WORLD FOR MEN For the orcasion to remember Call 933-6633 'YOU WON'T BE DISAPPOINIED' EVE'S GARDEN EXOTIC ESCORTS 665 3350 Cheques VISA ZZ's World of Domlnatrix Where fantasies Become Reality 477-2333 Visa Accepted Personal 14 AA Alcoholics Anonymous Phone 665-6727. A Better Alarm System We can protect your entire home at a reasonable price. 242-2700. ADULT BOOKS and magazines. We buy sell exchange. Dirk's Love Shoo. 115 20th Street West. 242- 0771, ALL ESTIMATES Free. Mavtair T V. 414 33rd St. W. 653-5366. DATING SERVICE Over 12 years proven success Confidential, selective dating pro gram Members in rural and urban Saskat chewan For turther intormatton call. 665-1991 BEA'S DATA-MATE 158 2nd Ave. N.. saskatoon Or J42S IJth Ave , Regina Adult Services Persona 14 ARE YOU PREGNANT? We can help bolh ot you. Birthright 652-9991. North Battletord 446-3312, Humboldt 68? 4010. BEE POLLEN For U Honey Bee Products. Bee Slim, etc. 652-63S. 374-2809. BIRTH CONTROL information. Planned Parenthood, 244-7989. BOARD & Room. Ladies only dai ly monthly rates. King Street Residence, 242- '336. DIRK'S LOVE SHOP Send J2.00 1or catalogue Dirk's Discount Lid. 115 20th St. W. S7M 0W8 DISCOVER SOMEONE SPECIAL Refresh vour social lite. Excellent computer personal dating service iust tor you FREE intormalion; HUMAN CONTACT 81-16 Avenue N.W. Calgary, T2M OKI DONOVAN Anyone with informa tion regarding the birth, death, and children's names of Andrew Newton Donovan son of Michael and Rebecca Donovan. Halifax, Nova Scotia. He died in Saskatoon after 1942. Please contact Ms. G.D. Judge, 6058 Pepoerell Street, 32 Halifax. Nova Scotia. B3H 2N7, FUTURE READINGS Vridame Karime. Expert South American card reader Will deo readings. Call anvtime tor appointment. 665 1775. GHOSTS Cash paid tor Saskatchewan ghost stories for upcoming book. Send name. address and ph. number to: Box 164S X. Star-Phoenix, HOMEMAKERS Get your favorite Shaklee products de livered to vour door. Call Tele-a-serve now 382-6893 "I Fell In Love" I used to hate weekends, Valentine's Day and Mew Year's Eve Then a friend dragged me down to Saskatoon Computer Date. They matched me uo with a wonderful girl. Now. guess who's in love? If you'd like some help in meeting someone call end talk 'o them - they're really great! Saskatoon Computer Date Ooen Mon-Fri from 1:00-9:30: Sdl. 11-4 (HI, Call 2ai-386t I'M EXCITED ABOUT TOMORROW I'm an attractive, single, busy protes sional lady with very little lime lo meet people. I find it difficult to relate to the swinging single scene and I'm not interested in being part ol it. That is why I ioined Saskatoon Computer Date. I like the idea of old fashioned Introductions and someone else doing the searching for me. You never know who is around the corner and Computer Date can help you find out For in-formation phone: 242-3861 weekdays Irom 1:00-9:30 p.m. LOSE WT. NOW. ASK ME HOW. VITAMINS-MINERALS-HERBS. Dist, of Herbal Products -14-7371. MAGIC MOMENTS DATING SERVICE It you've been thinking aoout loming a dating service, now's the lime We need only 25 more new members before we have our tree draw tor a trio lot 2 to Reno, Nevada. So call us now at 244-3844 because we give you the type ol personal and confidential ser. vice vou'd expect from a dating club. MR WHEELER UEALtk pays cash tor anything ol vaiue turn., tools, leweiterv. unwanted household goods, stereo's TV s VCR s. camera s, etc 657-01 JA 24 hrs. OUt OF province (em.)ie teacher (non-smoker, non-dt inker! re- jires bedsitting room with pri vate bath from mid August until University graduation. Location near U of S preferred, but not es senlial if on bus line. Phew 343 0305. PROJECT T.A.P. Towards an Awareness of Prostitution What are the farts ebou' prostitution in Saskatocn? Proiect T A P is part ot a national re search proiect lunoed bv the Depart mem of Justice The purpose ot :tie re search is to gather information about institution in the Prairie region from prostitutes, pimps customers, polio--, business and community groups If vou have knowledge about this area, please wri'e PO Box 9779, Sa-Aa toon, Sa-,k. S7K tW hone i2?33 Before Aoni JP'h. W8J tansweriiig service at'er Apni 3. Anonvmitv Guaranteed (Identities ot respondents will be held in strictest confidence! READER & ADVISOR Palm and card reading will help you Ion all problems in life. See her at Confed. Pk Flea Market, Sundays. loam Spm. App1.. 242 1047. ROSE MARKING DEVICES I3!B 120th St. West 244 5885 Manufacturers ot rubber s'amps, pocket slumps, suit- inking stamps. SASKATOON SINGLES CLUB HOUSE PARTY Will be nesting a party on Sa'urdav, April 7(h. 1984. a' 9 00 p m Anyone in I terejted in meeting new people phone 247-4025 244 8814 34 '674 All interes" lad unattached singles between the I ages ot 25-45 are welcome Bring vour own refreshments. SASKATOON SINGLE PARENTS Members. Bring your children and come roller skating at Saint's. Sunday, April Bth. 2:00 p.m. Phone 382 I 5394 or 382-8943. SHAKLEE NATURES' Products. Distributorships avail. MI-2383. SINGLE? Want to meet a nice person to marry? Write: Spouse Lo-caters Service, Box 7954, S'toon I SOFT BALL WORKOUT North Town of the Special Men's League I we will be holding workouts. AH positions ooen. Contact Con Men; at 374 4959. SUCCESS AND HAPPINESS pass ing you bv? Your name reveals it. Phone Kabalarian and Philosophy, 652 5191 for apt SUNDAY DANCING, Minus One Club. April 8th, Army Navy Air-force Veterans Club, I to II P.m. Music by Rainbow Music Services. Pop & coffee avail Members 53.50, guests Si. Into. 373 0428. 343-9402, 343-0495 THE CENTENNIAL Lioness Club Spring Raffle of a hand crafted Easter Basket was won by Richard Maguire. Saskatoon Draw was made by Diane Baker, Classic Phone LTD.-Wilclwood Mail. March 31 84. THE HOSPMALITY INN wishes to inform its patrons that, due to a printing error, in the Saskatoon J C. Coupon Book, we will no long be accepting the Luncheon Coupons tor the Coffee Garden Restaurant. Our agreement was that they were lo expire on March 31st, 1984. We apologize tor any in convenience this mav have caused. THE PERSONAL ACQUAINTANCE SERVICE A dignified and professional way of meeting suitable persons for mar riage or tasting friendships. In op erat on since 1967, P A S is an in ternationa'. non-profit, inter-faith service of The Pastoral Institute designed to acouaint those who might otherwise never meet For tee schedule and information, with out obligation, write PAS. 240 15th Ave SW., Canary. Alberta T2R 0P7. Personal 14 ifASKALOE SOCIAL Cub Wet- em Danes tor (Vemberb & Guf lb. Sal, Apr 7. Airiinut Ha!l. Muvc. Thu Ges For info chII 664-8t0. Therapeutic Massage Relaxd'ton nt t-vervdav tension", t, fa- iaue. mubCte ormq; backaches; a'n.- letic stress; increase b'ood orcula ion Rtfi. Masseur Bv aopomtmt'nt only Pv URGENT! Do vou remember the London White Confectionary located on 2nd Avenue in the W20V H vou have an old pholo of it. I will uav tor the riciht to use it. Atso. do vou remember Sargis Georye and Robert Esaw, the owners, Anv m-formdt'on is appreciated! Phone Jean Okkokkerse. 382-4439 VIDEO DATING NOW IN SASKATOON Call Today for 23 Off Regular Membership (Only $47). Call For Info. Try It You'll Love It THE DATING GAME 244-4000 What's Your Problem? For iib vcu can have an attractive younq ladv give vou a sensuous or n,-taxing body rub. isn't tha something? Call 934-5122 WHERE TO MEET? Ev.r wonder Jh,re dii the mce people are? Saskatoon Compuier Duie has 'hem all! Our Comou'er can arrange dotes 'hat an; sure to please vou Cal! us tor all the dc-MHs. Phone 242-3861 Monday - Friday, I 00-9:30 pm WITNESS: ANYONE with mlor mation pertaining to a two verncit: accident on the corner ot Conine and Wiggins on Tuesday- March 13th. about 1 00 PM, would you please contact Terry at 6b2 vl50 days. JSND ANNUAL Ex Service Worn ens Reunion, May ?Mh. IV84. We. fort, Sask, in Lounge far "i0 Poyj' Can. Legion. Contact .lovce Or-1 goire, Box 86 V-:Mfort. Sask. SOL 1A0 before Mov lith, N64 Persona Services 15 ALL Rubbish Hauling prompt service, reasonable. Call us! 931-338 ABC RUBBISH Removal. Reus rales. Call us. 477 0306, 3B2-3W ABLE 1 : Ion HAULINO Rubbish, turn, etc 244 647 ACCOUNTING & INCOME TAX Financial statements prepared in eluding farming. Experienced tax accountant. 244 802b. ACCOUNTING & INCOME TAX Colleen Rollins. C.M.R Accounttq Services. 1016 8th St E . 33 '417 ACCURATE TAX Rttums (':- uarno Rf..i:.oiMbi.- Rntt-s 3.'4-(m M nvt VO'.'FkS Have i ten ; Van av,.,i for 'ovt;. Local or long di'.tano; Rea. rater.. Fre-p.ckuo tor a!i d.scarded turn.turi.. Ph: 3U-65S3 or 174 (IS6.S anytime After Breast Surgery The Comnanion Prosthesis Phyu Wrs L OD.-bl !7j-iJ7n' Sas-Vaton All HAULING and Kihl mov .th ton Phone Kv 7J2-710 AN y rubbi ODD lots -h removal. totottl ing A in.vos at v?f: ANYTIME .VOVING DELIVER r Yard cleaning. 387 8,113. 657 H74V ATTENTION' Movers Frot able rates Ca1 MOVING' service at reason 343 6776 24 hr-, Al f AST Rubbish hdunnq, Imnl move iocs 9.13 2479 Beer & Pop Bottle Pickup Cash pa d Anton, 242-1960. BICYCUS RI.PAIRi. D All tyoes, true wheels Ph 34-Jl BRICK BLOCK and stone work-done Freee-timates CaH 9ss-7!ifi. Bricklayer, Stone Mason Guaranteed ao'X Phone 6S2 S.'4V BUSINESS CARDS S?9 70 per 1000 Plus many more advertising and Diom,i'ion.i)l items ac' Dena Advertising Snecialtms 11 bO! 8th St E Cumberland Square Sasxa'cisin sask pis jZ-isl'l CUSTOM desgned sevmg Wed bouaoets arrangements 384-0040 DAVE'S BOBCAT Service soeoni zing in driveways garaue slabs., sidewalks, cement finish nq. top-soil gravel, and corral cleaning. Ph. 382 3734. DfcBRIE REMOVAL and hauling. Prompt service 242 6366 D 8, G DELIVERY Moving 1 Bottle Pirk Up 384 SD'S DOUBLE A Services w H do alter construction clean uoot ant1, 8 new home:. Aiso Dreoccuuanl lean ups. For more into '373 3..9 DRksWAKIR i . JB-9J0? Fairliav i-ARLY RETIRED Van 1 Inn lump and 1 .- ton Haul aisv'hihii anywhere Reasonable jlllMu E XPF RIENt E D Carpenter w.H du all home renovations ReaV rate. Work guaranteed .182-1907 EXPERIENCED SEAMSIRt-SS All sewing, alterations 382-6874. EXP PROF stylist will do cuts perms, etc. in vour home 664 8574 FOOT REFLEXOLOGY A better wav to good heal'h J74-6674 . . FOR PROFESSIONAL DECORATING ideas toivour home, liv ng rm. dining room. Acres, 425 fee. Ph: 652 0036 between 3-v p.m. FRAMING CREW Avail. Fast and Clean 664-8535 FRENCH CONVERSATION Courses, all levels, adults only Day or n,qht al vour convenience, 3 hours per session For more information p'ease contact Rosvane Morin. 477-02.10 GARRY'S PICKUP& DELIVERY Local and long distance hauling Phone: 384-0137, Garry GARY'S Odd Job Squad yard rh uns. Garbage disposal 38J ai.i,' an GUARANTEED Professional floor covering, ceramics and floor ie nair service comneMive rales Free estimate m Saskatoon area Call Lvall at 247 3563 HAIRCUtS AND PI. RMS done professionally in vuiir own home Phone Marlene, 382-0970 HANDYMAN home repairs No lob too small Reasonable 242 W46 Have your drycleaning done .vhsle vou wash or lei us do your laundry for you 1-dav service Aiwav, happy to help! Humphrey's Com Laundry 514 33rd St ,W. 244 5813 INCOME TAX, all tvrws, don,.' m your home. Tl special. 58 384 9BM. INCOME TAX business personal 5.10 Ave W South 184 6396 INCOME TAX , Chad lax creui' i oavroU done 40! Ave D So 741 K i 1 INLUME TAX, Persona! and Small Busmess, Fast Service and Good Price Ph 382 3579 INCOME TAX SERVICES. Plrk uu. Bill 244 4(154 Can I SPECIALISE m Reflexology and Accuoressure. If you have a health problem Anvllme Wil at 653 0.H9 Ave. 4 20th St. ments. care ot all arrangements. in care Ot all arrangements. S17S. 46V2818.

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