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Friday, August 14, 1987 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Star-Phoenix Q"J SECTION Office Hours: Monday to Friday 8:00 a.m. 4:30 P.m. Classified Telephone hours: Monday to Friday 7:00 a.m.- 7:00 p.m. Saturdays:-10:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. Sundays: 12:00 noon 7:00 p.m. StarPhoenix BEGINS ON PAGE C5 653-2100 m i INDEX ANNOUNCEMENTS Anniversaries 47 Card of Thanks 27 Coming Events 5t Companions 55 Crematoriums 11 Deaths 2 Engagements and Weddings 43 Florists 12 Funeral Directors 7 Funerals 3 Happy Days 39 In Memorium 23 hegacies Memorial 19 ost & Found 59 Memorial Society. 8 Monuments 15 Notices 63 Personal 31 Star Is Born 35 Tenders 67 . " ' EMPLOYMENT ' .Career Training 119 Child CareBabysitting 107 Domestic Help 83 Employment Services 123 .Employment Wanted 139 farm Help 79 Hairdressers Wanted .; 103 Help Wanted 71 Hospital Personnel 131 TGffice Help 95 -Part-time Help 87 Professional Management Help.. 115 :Restaurant Help 91 Sales Personnel Ill Secretarial Help 99 Teachers Wanted 135 Trades & Construction Help 75 ' GOODS AND SERVICES Adult Services 262 Antiques 182 Appliance Repair 164 Articles for Sale 151 Articles Wanted 155 Balloons 230 Bands & Orchestras 238 Catering 234 Cats 278 Christmas Trees -. 286 Coins and Stamps ... 206 Computer Consultants 190 Computers & Equipment 186 Courier Service 145 Divorce Mediation 252 Dogs 274 Eggs 346 Escort Services 266 Firewood 282 Fish 338 Furniture & Appliances 159 Furniture Rentals 162 Garage Sales 170 Garden & Lawn Equipment 294 Garden & Lawns 290 Hall Rentals 232 Hauling 318 Hobbies & Crafts 202 Hydroponic 326 Insurance 246 Jewellery Appraisals 210 Lumber & Building Supplies 174 Meats 334 Musicai Equipment 218 Musical Instruction ...222 Nursing Homes ..256 Office Equipment & Supplies 147 Office Services 143 Parcel Letter Service 149 Personal Services 250 Pets 270 Photography 198 Poultry 342 Produce 330 Rental Stores 322 Restaurant Supplies 176 Rototillers & Rototilling 302 Satellite Dishes .196 Saunas & Hot Tubs 258 She Repair 248 Sound Equipment 214 Swap & Trade 178 Taped Music 242 Tree Service 310 Tree Spraying 306 TV Rentals 166 Underground Sprinklers 298 Video-Game Equipment 194 Wanted To Rent 180 Wedding Supplies 226 Weight Control Products 254 TRANSPORTATION Aircraft 458 Antique Vehicles 400 Auto Leasing 408 Automotive Magazine 456 Auto Repairs & Accessories 412 Autos 1 351 Autos Wanted 404 Buses for Sale 452 Garages for Lease 464 Grain Trailers 436 Grain Trucks 432 Parking for Lease 468 Semi Trailers 439 Service Stations 460 Sports Cars 396 Towing Service 472 Truck Leasing 444 Truck Repairs & Accessories 448 Trucks for Sale 424 Trucks Wanted 440 Vans 8. Accessories 416 Van Rentals 420 Vehicle Storage 470 RECREATION All Terrain Vehicles 496 Bicycles 476 Boats & Accessories 484 Campers & Trailers 4B8 Camping Equipment 500 Dune Buggies 494 Flat Deck Trailers . 498 Golf Carts 506 Motorcycles & Accessories 480 RV's Motorhomes 492 Skiing Equipment 515 Snowmobiles & Accessories 511 Sporting Goods 504 Tents & Tarpaulins 508 TRADES AND PROFESSIONS Accountants 696 Accountants (Chartered) 692 Architect Draftsperson 523 Artists & Designers 525 Basements 539 Brick Driveways 623 Brick Layers 567 Cabinets Furniture 639 Carpets 595 Central Vac 585 Ceramic Tile 589 Chimneys 551 Concrete Brick 563 Concrete Driveways 619 Contractors Carpenters 543 Drywalling 599 Eavestroughs ,..555 Electricians 579 Energy Conservation i. ...... 575 Equipment Rentals 678 Excavating 531 Fences 627 Fireplaces & Accessories ...651 Flooring 591 Furnaces , 581 Glass 647 Heating '. 583 Home Improvements 635 insulation 571 Interior Decorating 527 Investigation Security........... 715 Janitorial Services 667 Landscaping 611 Lawyers 699 Maid Service 659 Management Consultants 703 Market Research 707, Moving & Storage 609 Painting 603 Patents Trademarks 711 Plumbing 587 Pools & Service 671 Professional Directory 688 Roofing 547 Sand and Gravel 615 Small Engine Repair 582 Snow Removal 675 Step and Railways 631 Stucco 559 Trades and Professions.... 519 Trenching ..... 535 Upholstery 653 Upholstery Cleaning....' 655 Wallpapering 607 Window Cleaning 663 Window Doors 643 FARMINDUSTRIAL Chain Saws 769 Custom Harvesting 733 Farm Equipment 729 Feed 8. Seed 741 Fish Farming 739s Heavy Equipment Rental 795 Horse Trailers 745 Industrial Machinery & Repairs . 793 Livestock & Accessories 737 Removal Service 801 Rental Service 797 Sand Blasting 761 Septic Tanks 765 Sharpening Service 805 Small Tools 789 Stables 749 Welders 755 Well Drilling 757 ACCOMMODATION Apartments-Hotels-Rent 870 Board, Room for Rent 866 Board, Room Wanted 868 Condominiums to Rent 874 Houses Furnished 834 Houses, Rural Rent 842 Houses, (Part. Furnished) 836 Houses, Unfurnished 838 Rental Houses Wanted 846 Rooms Furnished 850 Rooms (Part. Furnished) ,...858 Rooms Unfurnished 854 Rooms Wanted 862 Shared Accommodation 822 Suites Furnished 810 Suites Part. Furnished 818 Suites, Rural 826 Suites Unfurnished 814 Suites Wanted 830 REAL ESTATE Acreage Industrial 887 Acreage Rural 881 Apartment Blocks Sale 903 Appraisers A.A.C.1 966 B.C. Properties 916 Buildings 889 Business Opportunities 900 Commercial Property 890 Condominiums for Sale 952 Cottages for Rent 932 Cottages for Sale 928 Farmland for Rent 884 Farmland for Sale 883 Farms Wanted 885 Hotels Motels 896 Houses for Sale 980 Houses Planned Built 956 Houses Wanted Buy 955 Industrial Lots 886 Investments 902 Investment Properties 888 Lake & Resort Lots 924 Listings Wanted 940 Lots for Sale 878 Lots to Rent 879 Mobile Homes 948 Mortgages 936 Open Houses 976 Out of Town Properties 912 Property Management 969 Property to Rent 892 Property Wanted 893 Real Estate Services 971 ResortsVacation Properties 920 Stores 8, Offices Sale 894 Stores & Offices Rent 898 Warehouse Space 908 THE FAR SIDE By GARY LARSON -r """" . ,.......,..,., : The publisher reserves the right to place advertisements In the appropriate classification, and does not guarantee position within the classification. RATES Liner Ad Rates Definition: Advertisements that are typeset solid in 6 pt. type. The first two words must be in capital letters (numbers do not count as words). The first line may be set in 9 pt. (upper or lower case) and centred, flush left or right, followed bv body copy in 6 pt. type, in upper and lower case. The following rates apply to private sales and services, and are based on a count line, per insertion basis. Minimum size: 1 count lines. Minimum charge: $3.00. This rate is NOT applicable to any advertising copy deemed to be of a commercial nature. One Modular Count Line 1 to 2 insertions Minimum charge 3.00 3 to 5 insertions 1.34 per V.odular Count Line 6 to 9 insertions 1.12 per Modular Count Line 10 to 14 insertions 1.01 per Modular Count Line Two or Mdre Modular Count Lines 1 to 2 insertions 1.37 per Modular Count Line 3 to 5 insertions 1 .01 per Modular Count Line to 9 insertions .85 per Modular Count Line 10 to 14 insertions .77 per Modular Count Line HAPPY DAYS .62 per modular count line Style can be liner style or classified display style. Minimum S3. 00 A STAR IS BORN Announce vour baby's arrival in the Star-Phoenix "A Star Is Born" classified column. A 6 line (30 word) announcement will be printed on the day of your choice for lust S6.25. (Prepayment required). ; OUR BABY GIFT TO YOU: Publish your "Star Is Born" announcement in the Star-Phoenix, and you will receive a "Star Is Born" baby t-shirt (site: 6 months) in your choice of pink or blue. - Births, Marriages, Engagements, : In AAemoriums, Cards .62 per count line. Minimum: $3.00 '. Style can be liner style or classified display style. ; Death and Funeral Notices: 1.00 per count line minimum $10.00. Copy ac-' cepted to 1.30 p.m. for net days publication. Notices with photos included in this rate. StarPhoenix Direct dial numbers for Star-Phoenix General Editorial 652-9200 664-8231 Circulation Classified 664-8320 653-2100 Display 664-8340 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 Ed Sebestyen, General Manager; James E. Petro, Executive Editor; Merv Carey, Production Manager; Wayne Wohlberg, Circulation Manager; Lawrence Gelsol, Controller; Wilf Popoff, Associate Editor; Armand Kraft, Advertising Manager. ANNOUNCEMENTS DEATHS CRAIK James Cameron. Passed away July 13, 1987 in Vancouver General Hospital. He is sur vived by his wife Evelyn (nee Stenmark), son Donald (Lynne), North Vancouver, B.C. and daughter Catherine (William) White, Surrey, B.C. grandchildren: David and Steven Craik, and Julia and Daniel White; his sisters: Helen Craik and Mrs. Raema ( Robert) Tennent, Saskatoon. Nephews: Bob Tennant Jr., Maple Ridge, B.C., George (Kathy) Tennent, Cameron (Cheryle) Tennent, David Tennent, Bill (Linda) Craik, all of Saskatoon; Jim (Carol) Craik, Kostnern, Saskatchewan, Edward (Linda) sten- mark, Trent Stenmark, all of Vancouver; Ross Stenmark, Grant Stenmark, Keith Stenmark, Lloyd Stenmark, all of Duncan, B.C.; Robert (Jan) Mathison, White Rock, B.C. Nieces: Mari lyn (Bruce) Irvine, Margaret (Allan) Lovas, Helen (David) Chnstensen, all of Saskatoon; Jennifer Mathison, Vancouver, Teresa. Stenmark, Duncan, B .C. He was predeceased by his parents James (Jim) and Maria Craik and a brother Gordon. Cameron was born in Saska toon, Sask. May 17, 1915, attended Princess Alexandra School, Bedford Road Collegiate, Saska- joon Normal School and was a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan with a Bachelor of rts degree. He taught several years in Saskat-jhewan at North Elstow School and Maidstone, Mihere he met and married Evelyn Stenmark, jWay 3, 1942. Cameron served with the R.C.A.F. overseas 1943-1946 in the Y.M.C.A. war services, fter the war he moved to Vancouver to begin nearly 20 years with the Great West Life Assur ance Company. During this time period he earned a C.L.U. From 1965 to his retirement in 4980 he was the Student Placement Officer at the .University of British Columbia. Cameron was an active member of the West Point Grey Baptist Church for 30 years. At the time of his death he Was a member of the Executive of the B.C. Area ef Baptist Churches and a member of Jhe Board ftf the Canadian Bible Society. A memorial service was held at West Point Grey Baptist Church in Thursday, July 16, Dr. Keith Churchill officiating. Cremation - ashes Interred in the Church Memorial Garden. Memorial donations may be made to the Canadian Bible Society or the W.P.G. Baptist Memorial Fund, 4505 West 11 Ave. Vancouver, B.C. n 13ERMEK Bertha Germek passed away on Aug-jjst 6th, 1987 at the age of 90 years at St. Vincent -Hospifal, Vancouver, after a lengthy illness. Surviving are a son, Karl (Mary) of Saskatoon; a daughter, Evelyn ( Irving) Goldenberg of Vancouver; and one brother, Dr. Harold(Edna) Sug-arman of Saskatoon. Also her grandchildren Candy, Carla, Cari, of Saskatoon and Derryl, Brian, Jeffrey of Vancouver and Sarina of Toron-fb. Also seven great grandchildren. Pallbearers were Joel Buller, Mitchell Gropper, Phillip Adil-man, Chaim Kornfeld, Manny Glasser and Gene Sfrademan. Honorary Pallbearers were Jack Kraus, NatieGropperandMyerGoldberg. Interment in Schara Tzedeck Cemetery, Vancouver. HINDMARSH Violet Irene Hindmarsh (nee JGoodwin) died peacefully in her sleep on -Wednesday, August 12th, 1987 in a local hospital following a lengthy illness. The Funeral Service ;will be held on Tuesday, August 19th at 2:00 p.m. from Elim Tabernacle, 8th Street and Moss Ave. conducted by Rev. Wayne Berg, a longtime friend of the family and Rev. Michael Grant. Memorial donations to the Gideon Bibles will be appreciated in lieu of flowers. She is survived by her husband Basil and her family of six children, nineteen grandchildren and twenty-three great grandchildren. Her family consistsof Elmer and his wife Phyllis of Saskatoon and their children Cindy, Blair, Wade and Clare; Art and his wife Mary and theirchildren Rick, Carol, Colleen and Tim; Lorerta and her husband Wes Edwards of Red Deer, Alta. and their children Glen and Gary; Cecil and his wife Ruth of Calgary, Alta. and theirchildrenCherie, Stan, LindaandSandi; Doug and his wife Doreen of Winnipeg, Man. and theirchildren Bruceand Brenda and Doreen and her husband Dale Magnuson of Delta, B.C. and their children David, Paul and Gina. She is also survived by one brother Lawrence Goodwin and his wife Edna of Tswassen, B.C. and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. She was predeceased by her father George Goodwin, her mother Cassie and step-mother Dot, two broth-ersCliffordand Harold and one sister Vera. Mrs. Hindmarsh was born in McTaggart, Saskatchewan on July 3, 1906 and lived her entire life in Saskatchewan. She is fondly remembered by her family for the warmth of her hospitality because her home wasalways open to anyone, in the true sense of the Christianloveandfaiththat was such a vital part of her life. Mrs. Hindmarsh loved reunions and the family looks forward with keen anticipation to the triumphant reunion that will take place as the final reward of the Christian. Interment will follow in Hillcresl Memorial Gardens. Funeral service arranqements have been entrusted to the SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME. MILLAR The death of Fleetwood Lawrence Millar age 75 years of 2309 Wiggins Avenue, Sas katoon occurred in a local hospital on August 12, 1987. A Memorial Service will be held on Satur day, August 15th at 2:00 p.m. from St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church conducted by the Rev. Dr. R. A. Davidson. (Floral tributes are gratefully declined. Donations to the Canadian Diabetic Association or the Saskatchewan Heart Founda tion would be appreciated). Surviving are his loving wife, Barbara; a son Lance and his wife Lynn of Winnipeg; twograndchildren, Scotland Jill Millar and one sister, Helena and her hus band, Carmen Hiltzof Kingston, Ontario. Hewas predeceased by his first wife, Viola in 1959, his father, Fleetwood in 1913, his mother, Margaret in 1927 and a brother, Ellwood. Mr. Millar was born in Kingston, Ontario on April 20, 1912. He received hiseducation in North Battleford, Sask. He started work in North Battleford with the International Harvester Company In 1927 and retired in 1970 after 43 years of service. For the next 13 .years he was employed by Koyl Real Estate, Simpson Sears, LePage Real Estate and McClocklin Real Estate until his retirement in 1983. Mr. Millar was a member and Past Presl- dentof the Saskatoon Rotaryclub, the Assiniboia Lodge No. 49 A.F. & A.M., Regina and of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Saskatoon. Interment of the cremains will take place in Riverside Memorial Park, Regina at a later date. Arrangements have been entrusted to SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME. PARCHOMA The passing of Mr. Paul J. Par-choma age 69 years of 903 Sleeves Avenue, Saskatoon occurred at his home on Wednesday, Aug ust 12th, 1987. the Funeral Mass will be held on Monday, August 17th at 10:00 a.m. celebrated by Rev. Father Leonard J. Romanow from St. George's UkrainianCatholicCathedral, 214 Avenue M South. Prayers will be held on Sunday evening, August 16th at 7:00p.m. at St. George's Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral. Surviving are his wife Stella, threedaughters, Iris(Lanny) Kitzof Regina, Sask., Eilleen (Allan) Nahirnick of Edmonton, Alta., and Betty (Larry) Lee of Wetaskiwin, Alta.; sevengrandchildren, Colette (Greg) Nicholson, Brenda Kitz, Monlque Kitz, Scott Nahirnick, Todd Nahirnick, Meghan Lee and Jocelyn Lee; four sisters, Mary Hunchak of North Battleford, Sask., Nettie (John) Oleskoof Saskatoon, Lena Olesko of Prince Albert, Sask. and Olga (John) Krawchuk of Saskatoon; two brothers, William Parchoma of Windsor, Ont. and Ted (Mary) Parchoma of Borden, Sask., and thirteen nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his parents, John and Ann Parchoma, one sister-in-law, TillieParchomaand two brothers-in-law, Alex Hunchak and Mike Olesko. The lateMr.ParchomawasbornonMay5th, 1918and raised in the Krydor district of Saskatchewan. He married Stella Krawchuk in 1942 and they farmed in the Krydor district until 1976 when they moved to Saskatoon and have resided here since. Mr. Parchoma was creative inmany ways and was always willing to help others and in the community. He was an active member of St. George's Cathedral and a member of St. George's Senior Citizens Club. He will be missed by his family, relativesand many friends. Interment will takeplace in WoodlawnCatholicCeme-tery. Arranqements are in care of PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL. SIEMENS The death of Mr. Henry W. Siemens, aged 49 years, of Martensville, Sask.,occurredat University Hospital on Thursday, Auqust 13th, 1987. The Funeral Servicewill beheldon Sunday, Auqust 16th at 2:00 o.m. from the Berqthaler Mennonite Church, 222 Main St., Martensville, conducted by Rev. John D. Reddekopp and Rev. Ed Martens. ( In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Saskatchewan Heart Foundation, 279 3rd Ave. N., Saskatoon, Sask., S7K 2H8. ) Surviving are: his loving wife Helen; his mother Anna Siemens, Warman; four daughters, Linda Marie (Darcy) Friesen, Hepburn; Deborah Louise (Steven) Schafer, Dalmeny; Verna Jean (Jacob) Friesen, Martensville, Barbra Sue ( Jdhn) Friesen, Martensville; two sons, Richard Wayne Siemens, Martensville, Jason Henry Siemens, Martensville; tour grandchildren, Nancy June Friesen, Candace Louise Friesen, Eric Jacob Friesen, Ryan Jasper Friesen; four sisters, Miss Chris Siemens, Saskatoon, Mrs. Susie ( Harold) Holddl, Golden, B.C., Mrs. Nettie ( Hen ry) Hamm, Martensville, Mrs. Lena (Gerald) Prybylski, Saskatoon; five brothers, Isaac Siemens, Warman, Ben (Shirley) Siemens, Creigh- ton, Sask., Jake (Terri) Siemens, Saskatoon, Al lan (Maryann) Siemens, Warman, Walter ( R uth ) Siemens, Warman. The late Mr. Siemens was predeceased by his lather, one brother and one granddaughter. Pallbearers will be his son Richard and his brothers Isaac, Ben, Jake, Allan and Walter. Interment will be held in the War-man Cemetery. Arrangements are in care of DALMtNY hUNERAL HOME. EVANS The death of John Henry Evans of 129 Saskatchewan Crescent, West, Saskatoon occurred in a local hospital on Wednesday, August 12, 1987 after a lengthy illness. The Funeral Service will be held on Saturday, August 15 at 3:00 p.m. from the Chapel of Saskatoon Funeral Home conducted by Archdeacon H.W. Bran- drick. Surviving are his loving wife, Muriel; two daughters, Geraldine Street and Lynne Salisbury, both of Saskatoon; a sister, Josephine Sie- ley of Waterdown, Ontario; eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by his parents, Henry and Rose Evans, his brother, George and sisters, Hariett and R ita. Born in Lachine, Quebec on November 9, 1901 Mr. Evans came with his family to a homestead near Saskatoon in 1905. Hewaseducatedat Prm-cess Alexandra Elementary School, Nutana Col legiate and the University of Saskatchewan. As a young man he worked as an auditor with Mowat and McTavish in Saskatoon and founded Builders' Supply and Fuel Company. He later founded and was president of Evans Construction, a company that did extensive highway and heavy construction in Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Alberta. As well, he was president of Saskatchewan Mutual Insurance company, a member of the advisory board of Royal Trust, a director of Saskatoon Prairieland Exhibition, the Prairie Thoroughbred Racing Associaton, the Arena Rink, the Oldtimers' Association, a 50 year member of the Saskatoon Rotary Club, a member of the Imperial Lodge No. 60 A.F. & A.M., life member of the Saskatoon Chapter No, 4. R.A.M. Saskatoon Preceptory No. 55, Wa-Wa Shrine Temple and a member of the Saskatoon Shrine Club. An ardent sportsman, horseman and pilot, he was active for many years in the Saskatoon Riding Club, the Jockey Club, the Fish and Game League and the Saskatoon Gun Club. In 1939 and 1941 he was a member.of the champion Canadian Trapshooting Team, this achievement was recognized in the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame. Mr. Evans often commented appreciatively about the opportunities for a good I ife that Saskatoon provided for him and his family. He was deeply loved and respected by his family. (Memorial donations to the St. Paul's Hospital Foundation, (1702 - 20 Street, West, Saskatoon S7M 0Z9 or the Saskatoon Foundation, 216 First Avenue, North, Saskatoon would be appreciated in lieu of floral tributes.) Interment will take place in the St. Stephen'sChurch Cemetery in the Merrill district, south west of Saskatoon. (Courtesy parking south of the SASKATOON FU N ER-ALHOME.Cornerof 4th Avenueat25th Street). MAKAROFF Annie passed away peacefully August II, 1987attheageof 86. Born in Austria in 1901, daughter of John and Mary Walmer. She moved toCanada in 1906. In 1918shewasioinedin marriage to Paul Makaroff of Blaine Lake. After 54 years of happy marriage, Paul died in 1971. Annie's presence and love will be sadly missed by her children Pete, Vera Young, Edna Rabuka, Luba Gunther and John. A son" Joe predeceased her in 1983. Also left to mourn her arefoursisters, Lena, Francis, Mary and Nancy; thirteen grandchildren and 27 great grandchildren. Funeral Services will be held at Fairmont Baptist Church (333 Fairmont Dr.) August 15, 1987 at 10:00a.m. in Saskatoon, Sask. with Rev. Steve Skoworodko. Annie will be laid to rest next to her husband at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, contributions to the Gideon Bibles will be appreciated. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to the Saskatoon Funeral Home. ZAWERTAILO The death of Peter Zawertailo age 52 years of 415 Isabella St. E. occurred suddenly on Wednesday, August 12, 1987. The Funeral Service will be held on Monday, August 1 7th at 10:30 A.M. from theChapel of Saskatoon Funeral Home conducted by Rev. Bob Thompson. Memorial donations to the Saskatchewan Heart Fund will be appreciated in lieu of flowers. Surviving are his wife June, two sons, Wes (Jaclyn) and Dale both of Saskatoon, one daughter Laurie of Saskatoon; one brother David (Elsie) of Saska toon, two sisters Edna (John) Bower of Saskatoon and Lydia Kirilenkoof Biggar, Sask., aunts and uncles and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Peter was born in Blaine Lake, Sask. where he received his education. He married June Svenningsen in 1959 and they came tomake their home in Saskatoon. Peter enioyed camping and fishingand was actively involved inamateur hockey and baseball. He was a member of the B.P.O. Elks Lodge No. 12, Saskatoon. Peter was presently employed with the Saskatoon Public School Board. Intermentwillfollowin Woodlawn Cemetery. Funeral service arranqements have been entrusted to the SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME. (Courtesy parking southoftheChapelon 4th Ave. at 25th Street). WATSON Mrs. Marjory Irene Watsonof Saskatoon passed away in a local hospital on Tuesday August llth, 1987. The Memorial Servicewill be held on Saturday. August 15th at Ham from Bethel United Church. 1 141 5th St. E. Conducted by Reverend Liz Richards. Surviving are her loving Husband Ed; one daughter Sandy (Dar- rvl) Millar of Saskatoon; one son Cameron of Saskatoon; her mother Mrs. Myrtle Scott of Saskatoon; one brother Robert (Judy) Scott of Eauclaire, Winsconsin; twograndchildren Dus- tin and Hailey Millar. She was predeceased by her father Sparling Scott and a brother Gordon Scott. The late Mrs. Watson was born at Moose Jaw. Saskatchewan and raised at Brandon Mani toba where she received her education. She moved to Saskatoon with her lamily in 1945 and had lived here since that time. She was active in Grace United Church as a Cub Leader and a member of the Young People'sOrqanizationand also in Bethel UnitedChurch asa Sunday School Teacher. She was an active member of the Beta Sigma Phi. Mrs. Watson was anardent Canadian who loved her country. Friends who so wish may make a memorial donation to a charity of their choice Cremation. Arrangements are in carp of WtSTWOOU f-UNtKAL CHAPEL (65J 3434). MATHER The death of Harry Mather age 83 years of 1504 Victoria Avenue, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan occurred at a local hospital on Tues day, August II, 1987. Friends may meet with the family on Friday, August 14 from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. at he Chapel of the Saskatoon Funeral Home. Surviving are: One daughter, Rosa Mather of Calgary, Alta., one son-in-law Curt Gullacher of Calgary, Alta., a grandson, Sean Mather also of Calgary,one brother, Edgar ( Gla dys) Mather of White Rock, B.C., one sister, Florence Johnson of Saskatoon, one niece Mar ion and one nephew Edgar. Harry was born at new Bedford, Massachusetts on August 10, 1904, He came to Canada to Saskatoon in 1906 and had resided here until his passing. He will be sadly missed by his familty and friends. Cremation to follow with interment of the ashes on Tuesday, August 18, 1987 at 9:30 a.m. at Woodlawn Ceme tery. Arrangements entrusted to the SASKA TOON FUNERAL HOME (Courtesy parking south of the chapel on 4th Ave. N at 25th St.) WELLS On Monday August 10, 1987 Mrs. El mire Claudine Wells late of Saskatoon passed away at the age of 82. Predeaceased by her hus band Russell (Red) she will be missed by her many nephews, nieces and friends. Claudia was born in the N.W.T. on August 7, 1905. She was a devoted loving wife and an active member of St, Mary's Parish. Claudia was much loved by all who knew her and she passes having given much more in this life than she took, in lieu of flowers donations may be made in memorium to a chari ty of oneschoice. Special thanksto Extendi care Preston and to Emma Myers who was a friend to the end. Funeral Services will be held at McKa-gue's Funeral Home on Monday August 17 at 10:30 a.m. FUNERAL DIRECTORS McKAGUE'S FUNERAL CHAPELS ROBERT MCKAGUE - DONALD NEWBIGGING Phone 664-3131, 300 3rd Ave. S. PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL TERRY G. MICHAYLIUK 311 3RD AVE. NO. 244 2103 SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME W. Arnold Edwards, Robert F. Daurie, Lars Nissen Ph. 244-5577 338 4th Ave. North WESTWOOD FUNERAL CHAPEL RaeJ Murdock 653-3434, 20th St & Ave N CREMATORIUMS 11 Hillcrest Memorial Gardens And Crematorium Memorial & Cremation Service - 477 2236 PRAIRIE VIEW CHAPEL Memorial and Cremation Services. Highway II South 242-7884 Box 2061 FLORISTS 12 FUNERAL FLOWERS - for all your tloral tributes Call 374-1897 Or 653-5853. KUbtb I IMC MONUMENTS 15 SASKATOON MEMORIALS LTD. 121 Gyles Place, Saskatoon Ph. 653-1933 Rock Of Ages Dealer & Lifetime Guarantee LEGACIES MEMORIAL 19 BOSCO SOCIETY Gratefully accepts memorial donations and legacies to help in the establishment and op-eration of centres for the treatment ol the very emotionally troubled children and adolescents of our society. Tax deductible. Mail to: Box 200 Regina, Sask. S4P 2Z6. IN MEMORIAM DONATIONS. Help the Saskatchewan Lung Association fight, and prevent lung disease with research and education. Saskatchewan Lung Association, P.O. Box 58000, Saskatoon, SK 7Y4. Tax Deductible. 343-9511. REMEMBER A LOVED One by donating a tree in the River Valley. Meewasin at 6C5-6887 for details. SASK. ALZHEIMER'S RELATED DISEASE Assoc. Gratefully accepts memorial donations and legacies for education and research. Tax deductible. P.O. Box 1876, Kegina, Sask., S4P 3t2. IN MEMORIAMS 23 GRYBA Stan Gryba, a dear father who passed away August 14th, 1982. Words can't express My mind can't grasp What the heart won't tell Lovingly missed by daughter Paige. H DtXON - In loving memory of "Sandy" who loft us August 12, 19 79. Oti, these tender broken ties. How thev dim our achinq eyes But, like jewels, thev will shine (n the morning. When, our anchor tirmly cast, Every stormy wave is past. We shall meet each other there In the morning. Forever deeply missed Unon family RAWLUK In loving memory of our dear father and grandfather, John, who passed away August 14, 1984. Your presence we miss Your memory we treasure Loving you always Forgetting you never. Sadly missed by children, Diane and Lou, Lome and Mary Ann and families SLOBOOA In loving memory of Michael who passed away August 14, 1971 and Marilyn Schaetfer nee Sloboda who passed away July 31 1983. Always remembered and sadly missed by mom and dad, Linda, Marcia and Murray. SUTHERLANO In loving memory of our dear son & brother Gregory Mark who passed away August 14, 1977. Those we love don't go away They walk beside us everyday Unseen, unheard, but always near Still loved, still missed and ever dear. Mom, Dud & Jim. CARD OF THANKS 27 BbDifcR The family of the late Rose Anna Bedier would like to thank all those who supported us during our recent bereavement with cards, phone calls, mass cards, food & visits. We -would also like to thank those who donated to the St. Solange Building Fund. We are grateful to Dr. Changela and the staff at Hafford Union Hospital for the TLC they gave our sister and aunt. A special thank you to Fr. J. Herman for his words of comfort and to Fr, Kaplan and Fr. Tony for assisting at the mass, the CWL for forming the honorguard and helping with lunches after prayers and the funeral. To the organist Margaret Lommer, the nephews who acted as pallbearers, Sallows & McDonald Funeral Home and to our friend Henry Paylhus for his part in making the service so special. THE BFDIER FAMILIES THE FAMILY ot the late George Harasvm would sincerely like to thank our many friends, neighbors and relatives who expressed their sympathy in ways of floral tributes, cards, baking, phone calls & visits. Thank you to all the pallbearers, Rev. Stetzenko, Sallows & McDonald Funeral Home and to the ladies who served lunch. Vour kindness and sympathy helped make our loss more bearable. God Bless You All. The Harasvm Family. WE WISH to express our heartfelt thanks to our family and friends for their support at the time of Stanley's sudden death. The visits, phone calls, gifts of food, floral tributes, donations to the Heart Fund, cards and prayers are deeply appreciated. Thank you also to all who attended the prayer service and funeral. Pauline Danyluk, Nick and Cathy Ogren, Terry and Laurie Danvluk, Michapl and Grpy PERSONAL 31 AA Alcoholics Anonymous. Phone 665-6727 ACRYLIC WINDOWS You have been burned, all vour complaints to the t.v. program WS. Send to Box 745A, Star Phoenix. ACUTE PAIN SUFFERERS, MES-TENS DEVICE for pain control - Arthritis, headaches (Migrain) etc. as shown on "Market Place" 931 2948 ADULT BOOKS & magazines. We buy sell exchange. Dirk's Love Shop, 115 20th Street W. 242-0771. ALL ESTIMATES Free. Mayfair T.V. 414 33rd St. vT" AMWAY PRODUCTS delivered to your door. 384-0822. ANDERSON (ALLIED) HARWARE College Park Mall. Full line of plumbing, electrical, lawn & garden. Open for business 9am-6pm ARE YOU PREGNANT? We can help both of you. Birthright 343-6636, North Battleford 446-3312, Humboldt 682-4010. CALORAD PRODUCTS. Phone 244-5864 or 242-1239 CARD PALM TEACUP. For appt. 244 2464. CRISIS PREGNANCY LINE. 6657550. Free, Private. DATES GALORE For all ages & unattached. Thou sands of members anxious to meet you. Prestige Acquaintances. Toll Free 1-800-263-6673 Hours 10am-8pm DELLA, I love you & want to renew our vows. Bernie. DIRK'S LOVE SHOP Send $2.00 for catalogue Dirk's Discount Ltd. . 11S-?0th St. W. S7M OWB r? i)is:iu:rr im Phone 374-7505 WARNING All Movie Unedited 48 hr. Rentals. Free Delivery "No Joining Fee"' VHS and Beta Available GAYLINE - SOMEONE TO TALK TO. 665-9129 , (Summer hours. Wed thru Pri 7:30-I0:30p.m.) GRAND REUNION of Mistalim, Bachelor, Deldale, Pine Creek, Frederick's Siding, Bannock, and Motion' Schools on July 22 to 24, 1988 in Mistatim. Any former, teachers or students at these schools, please contact Box 84, Mistatim, Sask., SOE 1B0, ' LEARN TO DRIVE, reasonable rates. 652-2829. LET US show you a way out of vour homosexual strugglel You were not born Gayl Write: The Narrow. Way, Box 8016, Saskatoon, S7K 4R7. MATCHMAKERS International. Now open in Saskatoon. First 200 people free liletime membership. Call ' now and meet someone nice 664-6630. Open 5 - 9, Mon. -; Fri., 9 I, Sat.. - MOVING TO CALGARY: Will share moving ex- penses. Ph: 384-5846, ' NATURAL HEALING herbal remedies. 664-6095. PALMS & TAROT CARDS READ. 955 5063. - SASKATOON SINGLES CLUB Will be holding a dance Saturday, August 15th at 306A -. 20th Street (Bsmt of Scotia Bank). from 9pm-2am. Average B9e 25-45. Info. 934-2568 or 382-4408. SHAKLEE NATURES' Products. 931-2383. SINGLE PARENTS dance, Saturday, August 15. Mu-, sic - Prairie Dust, at Airliner Hail 1. Members and-unmarrried guests welcome. HospitalizationMem-bershlp card must be shown at door. For more info phone 242-1080 or 652-6859. SINGLES TODAY MEET A NEW FRIEND CANADA'S LARGEST INTRODUCTION SERVICE CALL 664-6111 FOR DETAILS The SASKALONE SOCIAL Club will be holding a dance at the Airliner Hall for members and unmarried guests on Fri, August 14, 1987. Band: The Gems. Dress optional but appropriate. Identification re quired at door - hospitalization cards only. For info phone 664-8607 or 653-0024. FURNITURE to be moved to Calgary Aug 31 or will rent large enclosed trailer for same. 653-1170. WANTED MONEY making products or service ideas, non-disclosure provided. Ph: 665-7875. XXX ADULT VIDEOS XXX Our Great Fall Sale is now on. Order any 2 VHS or Beta Movies and receive I Free. Nothing over $29.95 Catalogue, $3. R.C. VIDEO 140-21, 10405 Jasper Ave. Edmonton. AIM T5I 3S? A STAR IS BORN 35 A SON IS BORN JAE LAREN CHASE SENGA-born to Brenda and Larry Senga on Auqust 17th, 1987, 8 lbs 8, 4 ozs. LOVAS Allan, Marg and Brett are pleased to an nounce the sate arrival of a daughter and sister O'Lvnda Samantha born August 10, 1987 weighing 7 lbs. 15 02. Proud grandparents are Bob and Raema Tennent and Jim and Jenny Lovas. Special thanks to Dr. E. Nvkitoruk and the staff at St. Paul's Hospital. OSTLUND - ERIN ELIZABETH, born August 10, 1987 at 5:59 a.m. to Nancv Rovnon and Roger Ostlund Born at St, Paul's Hospital. Erin weighed in at 8 lbs. 5 oz. al birth. Mother and daughter are resting well. HERMAN' i . i J iM Untwfial Syntfwtr "This is our new model. 'The Marriage Saver.'"

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