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KA7, "V- When placing a StarfhoanixClatsIfiedWonlAd, TT" tor an additional The StarPhoenix 204 5th Avenue North Saskatoon SK S7K2P1 Thursday, December 30, 1939 wH al place It In the Saskatoon SUN! jt Ask hr details Itfi 1 Thought Of The Pay Pipfrir is ii fpll mm. fr. i Before you tell someone your troubles, ask yourself, would I listen to theirs? Howto an Ad: Auto Leasing 4290 Auto Repairs 4295 Auto Wanted 4270 Classic Autos 4260 Parts Accessories 4300 Sports Cars 4240 Special Interest Vehicles 4265 Agrleulturelnduatry 'i in .1 Or Use Our TOLL FREE NUMBER 1-800-667-6979 Our Telephone Service Hours: Monday to Friday 8 a.m. 6 p.m. Sunday Noon 4 p.m.

Closed Saturdays For Holiday Telephone Hours please refer to our Holiday Classified Deadlines' ad in todays classified under Articles for Sale. Real Estate Rentals Accommodation Service ....9005 Condos for Rent 9195 Houses for Rent 9135-9175 Houses. Rural for Rent 9235 Rental House Wanted 9255 Retirement Living 9205 Room Board for Rent 9365 Room Board Wanted 9385 Rooms for Rent 9275-9305 Rooms Wanted 9345 Shared Accommodation ....9075 Suites for Rent 9015-9095 Suites Wanted 9115 Townhouses tor Rent 9215 Announcements Trucks, Minl-Vins A Vans for Sail Year 1999 4501 Year 1998 4502 Year 1997 4503 Year 1996 4504 Year 1995 4505 Year 1994 4506 Year 1993 4507 Year 1992 4508 Year 1991 4509 Year 1990 4510 Year 1989 4511 Year 1988 4512 Year 1987 4513 Year 1986 4514 Year 1985 to 1981 Year 1980 Older 4520 Repairs Accessories 4700 Semi Trailers 4680 Sport Utility 4525 Truck Leasing 4695 Trucks Wanted 4690 4x4s 4710 1 Ton Larger 4530 Mini Vans 4370 Vans for Sale 4360 Van Accessories 4380 Van Rentals 4390 Buses for Sale 4740 Garages tor Lease 4760 Parking for Lease 4770 Towing Service 4790 Recreation Aircraft 4795 All Terrain Vehicles 5220 Boats tor Sale 5070 Campers for Sale 5090 Dune Buggies 5200 Fifth Wheels 5150 Golf Carts 5320 Motorcycles 5040 RVMotorhomes for Sale ...5140 Snowmobiles 5340 Snowmobile Accessories ...5345 Utility Trailers 5240 Agriculture Custom Farming 7125 Farm Equipment Dealers ....7060 Farm Equipment Sale 7090 Farms Wanted 7450 Feed Seed 7180 Grain DryingCleaning 7130 Grain Trailers 4670 Gram Trucks 4660 Horse Trailers 7210 Livestock Accessories ....7150 Livestock Trailers 7160 Stables 7240 Industrial Chain Saws 7390 Heavy Equipment Rental ....7600 Ind. Machinery Repairs ..7570 income Tax Directory 6904 IntemetWeb Sites 6903 Insurance 3510 Jewellery Appraisals 3455 Massage Therapy (Reg ....6965 Meats 3640-3655 Money To Loan 3505 Musical Instructor 347Q Musical TumngRepair 3472 Office Services 6905 Photography 3425 Produce 3635 Resume Services Rink Rental Sewing Snow Taped Music Telephone Ans Service 6907 Towing Boosting 6893 Trades Professions. Tree Service 6506 TVVCR Service 3153 Video Taping 3473 Please include your name, address and a phone number where we can contact you.

mm Industrial Removal Service Rental Service Sand Blasting Septic Tanks Sharpening Service Small Tools Welders 4650 7690 7660 7330 7360 7720 7540 6220 The StarPhoenix Classifieds 204 5th Avenue North Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 2P1 IlNlRERSON 1 Personals Companions 1230 People Finder 1221 Personal 1220 Personals (Adult) 1228 Personal Services 1223 Psychic Services 1222 Support Groups 1235 1-900 Services 1225 BUSINESS OFFICE HOURS: Monday Friday 8 am 4:30 pm 204 5th Avenue North (customer parking available on our south lot) I We try to make it perfect, Real Estate Sales Acreages 8670-8720 Acreages Wanted 8730 Apartment Blocks 65408550 Appraisers 8280 B.C Properties 8480-8510 Bed Breakfast 8472 Buildings 8620 Business Opportunities 6580 Commercial Prop 8630-8640 Condos (Apt. Style) 6050 Condos (Townhouses) 8060 Farmland 8690-8710 FishmgHunting lodges 8475 HotelsMotels 8560 Houses tor Sale 8010 Houses Wanted To Buy 8220 investments 8570 investment Properties 8660 Listings Wanted 8370 Lots 8740-8760 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 8270 Real Estate Lawyers 8340 Real Estate Services 8320 Sask Cottages 8420-8440 Sask. Properties 8460-8470 Stores Offices 8590-8610 Warehouse Space 8530 Merchandise Services Merchandlie Antiques 3125 Antiques Wanted 3127 Articles for Sale 3115 Articles Wanted 3135 Auctions 3130 Babylnfant Articles 3110 Beauty Salon Supplies 3092 Bicycle Repairs 3210 Bicycles for Sale 3200 Billiard Books Comics 3422 Cellular Mobile Phones ..3405 Christmas Gifts 3128 Christmas Trees 3575 Coins Stamps 3450 Collectibles 3435 Computers Equipment ..3392 Craft Sales 3112 firewood 3570 Furniture Appliances 3120 Furniture Rentals 3140 Garage Sales 3165 Garage Sales Rural 3170 Hobbies Crafts 3440 Lumber Building Merchandise Under $200 ..3118 Musical Equipment 3465 Office Equipment Supplies 3090 Photography 3425 Restaurant Supplies ...3375 Satellite Dishes 3415 SaunasPoolsHot Tubs 3550 Sound Equipment 3460 Sports Recreation Equipment 31 22 Sports Cards 3430 Tickets SaleWanted 3382 Tools for Sale 3365 Toys 3111 Wedding Boutique 3475 Services Accounting 6910 Arts Sculptures 3420 Balloons 3477 Bands Orchestras 3457 Bankruptcy Information 3059 Butcher Supplies 3640 CareNursmg Homes 3535 Catering 3485 Christmas Decorating 3576 IVIAfTHfilNTERNET: 9. The StarPhoenix Online www.TheStarPhoenix.com Traneportation Cm for Solo Year 1999 4101 Year 1998 4102 Year 1997 4103 Year 1996 4104 Year 1995 4105 Year 1994 4106 Year 1993 4107 Year 1992 4108 Year 1991 4109 Year 1990 4110 Year 1989 4111 Year 1988 4112 Year 1987 4113 Year 1986 4114 Year 1985 to 1969 Year 1968 Older 4132 Autos $1000 Under 4135 Antiques 4250 Autobody Repairs 4310 IDEADCINES i For a complete listing of our Holiday Classified Advertising Deadlines, please refer to the Holiday Classified Deadlines ad in todays Classifieds under Please read your ad the first day It appears to make sure your ad Is exactly what you want your readers to see. It you should find an error In your ad, please let us know right away at 653-2100, or use our toll tree number 1-800-667-6979.

We'll be happy to make the necessary changes. More claseificatlone are available -please Inquire with our classified ealespeople. Pets Animals Pet Supplies 3000 Pet Announcements 3005 Pet Grooming 3010 Pet Sitting 3015 Dogs 3020 Cats 3050 Other Pets 3055 Pet Memorlams 3057 Employment Adult Care 2155 Business Opportunities 2203 Childcare Required 2175 Childcare Services 2180 Computer Personnel 2196 Daycare (Licensed) 2172 Daycare (Subsidized) 2167 Domestic Help Wanted 2035 Drivers Wanted 2020 Employment Wanted 2210 Farm Help 2030 Hairdressers Wanted 2060 Health Care Personnel 2230 Help Wanted 2000 Hospital Personnel 2220 Modelling 2070 At Your Service" Directory for Trades, Professions Services 6000-6979 on the last page of Classifieds. Public Notices Public Notices 1180 Tenders 1190 Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths 1000 1000 1000 1000 The StarPhoenix Helpful 7)0 ZEHANCIUK Alex Zehancluk age 86 of Saskatoon passed away on December 27, 1 999 at Royal University Hospital. Memorial Service pending and will be announced In Monday's classified.

Arrangements are In care of MARTENS WARMAN FUNERAL HOME Direct dial numbers for: Switchboard 652-9200 Editorial 664-8231 Circulation 664-8320 Classified 653-2100 Display 664-8340 Saskatoon Sun 664-8342 YUZIK Gregory, late of Prince Albert and formerly of Wakaw, passed away on December 28, 1999 at the Mont St. Joseph Nursing Home In Prince Albert. Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Thursday, December 30, 1999 at 10:30 a.m. from St. Theresa Roman Catholic Church In Wakaw, SK with Rev.

Fr. Maurice Flolleau, Officiating. Interment will follow In St. Theresa Roman Catholic Cemetery. Memorial tributes may be made to Mont St.

Joseph Recreation Fund and would be graciously accepted by the family, Arrangements have been entrusted to Kushneryk's Funeral Home of Wakaw, SK. 1-306-233-4626, Larry Leveque, Funeral Director. SWEEDISH Michael Peter Sweedlsh died on December 25, 1999 at St. Paul's Hospital, Saskatoon after a brief battle with pneumonia and Its complications. He Is survived by his loving wife and devoted soul-mate of 58 years.

Flora; his daughters Barb (Robin) Morrall of Saskatoon and Brenda Gardner of London, England, sons Bob Sweedlsh of Saskatoon and Bill Sweedlsh of Toronto; and grandson John (Kim) Morrall of Prince Albert. Also mourning his loss are his sister-in-law, Audrey, and many relatives and friends In Canada and the United Kingdom. Mike was predeceased by his son-in-law Douglas Gardner and his granddaughter Rani Morrall. Born on November 8, 1912 In Lethbridge, Alberta, Mike grew up In a family of six boys and one girl. He went Into the hardware business as a young man and was working In i young WARREN The death of William E.

(Bill) Warren, age 77 years, of Saskatoon, occurred at St. Paul's Hospital on December 29, 1999. Bill is survived by his wife, Leone; daughters, Cheryl Barber and Colleen Warren and son-in-law Wayne Strelloff; brother, Laurence (Audrey); ond sister, Pat Stever. A Service of Remembrance will be held at 1 :00 p.m. on Friday, December 31 at the Chapel of the SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME.

Courtesy parking south of the chapel on the corner of 4th Avenue and 25th Street. Subscription Rates: Home delivery in Saskatoon $11. per month for daily service Inductee GST, $2.00 per week for Friday and Saturday service when prepaid Includes GST. Mail retee in Canada $34.65 Includes GST ($2.27) par month, U.6.A. $62.20 par month, Foreign $97.33 per month.

Rural Inquiries may phone 1 $0067-2008. 204 5th Ave. N. Saskatoon, Saak. S7K 2P1.

WILKINSON The death of Hilda Martha Wilkinson occurred at St. Paul's Hospital on December 28, 1999, at the age of 91 years. Hilda was predeceased by Harry, her husband of 67 years In 1998. She was also predeceased by her parents, William and Lucy McNeil, pioneer residents of the Pike Lake area and Saskatoon; three sisters, Maggie Dyrdal, Ollie Erlkson and Ethel Guild, all of Saskatoon; and a brother, Jim McNeil of Vancouver. Hilda Is survived by several nephews, great nieces and nephews and great great nieces and nephews; as well as special friends, Lynn Harvey and Joyce Griffith whose caring and compassion were deeply appreciated by Hilda and the family.

A Service of Remembrance will be held from Bethel United Church, 1 141 5th Street East, Saskatoon where Hilda had been a long time member, on Monday, January 3, 2000 af 2:00 p.m. with Interment of Cremated Remains In Woodlawn Cemetery, Saskatoon, SK. Cremation arrangements are entrusted to McKague's Funeral Chapel (664-3 131) Funeral Director, Larry Matisho. The StarPhoenix Online www.TheStarPhoenix.com Deaths 1000 HAMILTON Ellis Welbourne passed away peacefully on December 19 at the St. Elizabeth's Hospital In Humboldt, Saskatchewan.

Beloved husband of the late Thelma Margaret (nee Olson). Lovingly remembered and sorely missed by children, Andrew (Betty), Clara (Bill Welghlll) and Walter; by grandchildren, Brian Welghlll (Jan), Keith Hamilton (Jocelyne), Ron Welghlll (Joanne), Wendy Campeau (Gllles), Trevor Hamilton and Scott Hamilton; by great grandchildren, Blake and Brett Campeau; mma, Holly and Erica Weighlll and Reid and Brynn Welghlll; by many nieces and nephews and their families. Second of nine children of Andrew and Mettle Hamilton, predeceased by sisters Ora Dalke and Edith Bell and brothers Larry and John and survived by brothers Albert (Rose) and Joe (Margaret) and sisters Mary (Eric) and Hazel ana brother-in-law Alfred (Elva) Olson, Born near Good Hope, Illinois In 1905. Moved In 1910 with his parents and their growing family to a homestead near Leroy, Saskatchewan. Homestead In 1932 on land north of Carrot River, Saskatchewan, Specialized In the production of cereal crops and seeds, especially alfalfa.

Began, In his sixties, a Wetaskwln, Alberta when he met Flora Gibb In 1939. They were married In 1941 and lived happily ever after, Interrupted only when Mike served In Europe from 1944 to 1946 with the Royal Canadian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. Mike and Flora moved to Saskatoon In 1 947 and continued to raise their young family. Mike was manager of Macleod's stores for over 35 years, Including 25 at the Saskatoon store on 3rd Avenue. After retirement, he worked for several years selling commercial real estate with Koyl Agencies.

In the 1980's and 90's he gave his full-time attention to travelling abroad and his hobbles: gardening; playing golf at the Saskatoon Golf and Country Club; working out at the YMCA (which continued until 10 days ago); watching sports on TV; painting; and making stained glass suncatch-ers. Many of us have pieces of his artwork to treasure. Mike will be remembered by his family and friends for his tremendous spirit, determination and optimism, He always encouraged and supported his children In their endeavors and was known for his enthusiasm for getting and promoting "really good He loved sports and was an unwavering fan of the Toronto Maple Leafs. In recent years he became well known In the neighborhood for his walks with the dog Robbie. At Mike's request, his body wlil be cremated and there will be no' funeral.

A private memorial service will be held at a later date. Arrangements are entrusted to Bob Talt, Prairie View Chapel (242-7884). The family greatly appreciates the care and support Mike received from Drs. M. Pilot and S.

Bose, all the staff on the 6th floor at St. Paul's Hospital, Joan Lldlngton and her staff at Home Support Services and Jennie Neal. Floral tributes are gratefully declined. Memorial donations maybe made to the Saskatoon YMCA, the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Saskatchewan or a charity of the donor's choice. McKEE The death of Joyce McKee occurred at Royal University Hospital on Tuesday, December 28, 1999.

Joyce was born on October 29, 1933, her early years were spent on the family farm near Asquith, The family then moved to Asquith where Joyce completed high school. She worked at various Jobs at first In Asquith then with the Red Cross In Saskatoon. Subsequently, Joyce accepted employment with Mer-lln Motors where she worked In the Parts Department for many years until her retirement In 1993. Joyce was predeceased by her parents, Vera and Hugh McKee; her half sister, Mona Rousell; her half brother, Mac (Grace) McKee; her sister, Verna (Mac) Sum-mach; and brother-in-law, Albert Brooks, She Is survived by her half sister, Della Brooks; her brother-in-law, Rod Rousell; numerous nieces and nephews, and many friends. Joyce was active In sports softball teams In the Vanscoy Asquith area and later with the successful Rambler team in Saskatoon.

Joyce was known as an exceptional Inflelder, with an accurate arm and she was speedy on the base paths, It was In curling, however, that Joyce truly excelled. In 1960 she skipped the team that won the East-West Championship for women, forerunner of Canadian Ladies Curling Championships. In 1961 Joyce skipped the Saskatchewan team to the first 10 Province Championship. She again skipped Saskatchewan Championships In 1962 and won a Canadian title again In 1 969 followed by three consecutive titles in 1971 1972 and 1973 and finally In 1992 the Canadian Seniors played In Nlpawln, SK. She was active as executive member of the Saskatchewan Ladles Curling Association, Delegate to C.L.C.A,, and on the Board of Directors of Saskatchewan Sport and the Saskatoon Sports Hall of Fame.

In 1982 she represented Canada as part of the Scottish Tour. For her accomplishments Joyce was elected to the Saskatoon Sports Hall of Fame, the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame and Conadlan Curling Hall of Fame. She was on the planning committees for the 1989 Brier and the 1991 Scott Tournament of Hearts. In lieu of flowers, donations to Support Breast Cancer Research co Hope Saskatoon, Box 53, Saskatoon, SK, S7K 3K1 would be apprecl-ated. At Joyce's request there will be no Funeral Service, Instead, family and friends are Invited to Join In a celebration of Joyce's life on Saturday, January 1 2000 at 2:00 p.m.

at the Radlsson Hotel, 405 20th Street East, Saskatoon, SK, Cremated Remolns will be Interred In the family plot In Asquith ot later date. We extend special thanks to Joyce's family physician Dr. Diana Wilson and Dr. Barb Wally and staff of the Saskatoon Cancer Clinic. Arrangements are entrusted to McKague's Funeral Chapel (664-3131) Funeral Director, David Grambo.

successful hobbyenterprlse raising alfalfa leaf cutting bees to pollinate alfalfa, Enjoyed the outdoors, especially trapping, fishing, hunting, canoeing and photography. Active and excelled In many sports Including baseball, track and field, and amateur boxing. Active In community affairs, the cooperative movement and the United Church of Canada. Married Thelmo Margaret Olson In 1936 who predeceased him In 1983. Together they raised their three children ond established the family farm In Mossy Vale district.

After It was flooded by the Squaw Rapids hydroelectric development they established a new farm In the Ravendale district which Is now In the core of daughter Clara Joyce and son-in-law Bill Welghlll and nephew Ron (Joanne) Welghlll, Sons Andrew (Betty) and Walter and their families live In Ontario. Ellis Hamilton returned In the 1980's to live in Leroy, Saskatchewan. His children wish to thank the medical and nursing staff, and volunteers of the St. Elizabeth's Hospital In Humboldt for the exceptional care and attention they gave to their father. They also thank church personnel at the hospital, and Reverend Cathy Coates of the United Church for the care, and support that they extended to the family, The Funeral Service was held Wednesday, December 22, 1999 at 4:00 p.m, at the Carrot River United Church.

A Memorial service will be held January 3, 2000 In Leroy Hall at 2:00 p.m. In Memorlam donations to the charity of your choice or to the St. Elizabeth's Hospital In Humboldt, Saskatchewan. BUITENHUIS John Gerrltt Bultenhuls, cherished son of Linda Charlton and Garth Buiten-huls and beloved brother of Robert Bultenhuls passed away on December 26, 1999 at home surrounded by his family and his dogs, Fletcher and Popeye, Gerrltt Is also lovingly remembered by his grandmothers, Ruth Bultenhuls and Grace Charlton and extended family: Gloria and Dale Schneider (Erinn, Lane); Shirley Charlton; Sid and Joanne Charlton (Meghan); Kathy Bultenhuls and David Eber-harat (All); Bruce and Laurie Bultenhuls (Angle, Bryan, Jared); as well as friends. Gerrltt was predeceased by his grandfathers, John Charlton and Gerrlt (Garry) Bultenhuls.

Gerrltt was born In Saskatoon on April 7, 1985. In his early years he attended City Park Indoor Play- round and Parent's Day Care. He attended uena Vista and John Lake Elementary Schools. Beginning high school at Aden Bowman Collegiate in September, 1999 was a happy time for Gerrltt. It was an exciting time of making new friends, expanding his Ideas and Interests ond receiving some recognition for his writing.

Gerrltt loved to express himself In drawing (however unconventional), writing and conversation, He loved special time with his family everyday; he loved holiday gatherings with his extended families; he loved spending time with his friends. Gerrltt loved movies and books and music and simple adventures such as walking (at the speed of talking), discussing Ideas and exploring different cities. Gerrltt faced many challenges In his life. As he matured, Gerrltt was able to meet any challenge with unflagging optimism, humour, quiet determination and courage. He often bolstered the spirits of those around him but also he was Inspired by the many courageous children he met at the Cancer Clinic and on Peds 3000 (RUH).

Gerrltt enjoyed the support of his friends and families; his school communities; the Unitarian Congregation and the many people who cared for and cared about Gerrltt, Gerrltt was especially grateful for the professional care and kindness of Dr, Mpofu, Dr. All, Dr, Lowry, Dr. Griebel and Dr. Helllar. In lieu of flowers you could recognize Gerrltt's love of reading with donation to a library or literacy project of your choice.

A Memorial Service celebrating Gerrltt's life will be held January 6, 2000 ett 3:00 p.m. at the Unitarian Centre, 912 Idylwyld Drive North, Saskatoon, MALCOLM The passing of Mrs. Marjorie Annie Malcolm, age 83 years of Extendicare occurred on Monday, December 27, 1999 with Ken and Bunee at her side, The Memorial Service will be held on Thursday, December 30 at 3:00 p.m. conducted by Rev. N.

Stewart Dingwall from Park Funeral Chapel, 31 1 Third Avenue North. She was predeceased by her parents, George and Jessie Rowley; her siblings, Harry and his wife Marian, George and Agnes, Leslie, Jack, Edith (Rowley) Brown and Roy. She Is survived bv her sister-in-law, Edna Rowley of North Battleford, SK; nephews, Ken (Bunee) of Saskatoon and their family, Jack (Ann) of North Battleford, SK dnd their family, Roy (Pat) of Moose Jaw, SK and their family; sis ter-ln-law, Kathryn of Toronto, ON and her chil GRAY Ewen MacDonald, 78 years, passed away peacefully at Extendicare Preston, Saskatoon on December27, 1999, Ewen was born on March 29, 1921 at Vernon, BC. He Is survived by his beloved wife, Dorothy; and his children, Jan Gray, Becky Walter (Richard), Gordon Gray (Jane), Barb Hoinkes (Rick) and Marilyn Gray (Alastalr) and their families. Ewen was a member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police for 23 years, retiring as a Sargent.

His second career, which spanned more than 20 years, was with The Mutual Life Assurance Company as a Life Underwriter. During his long association with the Lion's Club he was honored as a President of the Downtown Lion's Club, District 5CN Govenor and Melvin Jones Fellow. He was a founding member of the Saskatoon Wandering Wheels Trailer Club. A Memorial Service will be held at McClure United Church, 4025 Taylor Street East on Thursday, December 30, 1 999 at 2:00 p.m. conducted by Joan Brown, Interment will be held at a later date In the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Cemetery In Regina, SK, In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations In Ewens memory to the Lion's Service Foundation of Saskatoon, O.

Box 1 4 1 2, S7K 3P7 or The Extendicare Preston Resident's Council, 2225 Preston Avenue. S7J 2E7. Funeral arrangements aie entrusted to the Saskatoon Funeral Home. dren, Marie (Jim) Dlgnan, Suzanne (Pat) Jacobson, Barbara (Cameron) McLeerv and their families; three nephews, Arthur (Alison) Rowley of West Kilbride, Scotland, Malcolm (Sylvia) of West Kilbride, Scotland and Harry and Thelma of Warwickshire, England and their families. Marjorie worked ot the Department of Veterans Affairs for many years until her retirement.

In lieu of flowers, Memorial donations may be made to a charity of the Donor's choice. The family would like to thonk Dr, Heath staff at Extendicare for their loving care of Aunt Marl. Interment will take place ar Hillcrest Memorial Gardens on Friday, December 3 1 1 999 at 1 0:00 a.m. Arrangements have been entrusted to Greg Lalach of PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL. 244-2 1 03.

SHOCKEY The passing of Mrs. Roseanne Shockey, age 64 years, occurred at Royal University Hospital on Tuesday, December 28, 1999. Funeral arrangements are pending and will be announced in Friday's edition. Arrangements are In care of PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL, 244-2103. MARSH Helen of Parkrldge Centre, Sosko-toon passed away on December 27,1 999, Memorial Service pending and will be on-nounced at a later date.

Arrangements In care Of MARTENS WARMAN FUNERAL HOME.

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