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D1 Tuesday, November 8, 1988 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Star-Phoenix SECTION pU 653- o7o fl StarPhoenix Office Hours: Monday to Friday 8:00 a.m. 4:30 p.m. Classified Telephone hours: to Friday 7:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m. 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 971 ResortsVacation 920 Stores Offices Sale 894 Stores Offices Rent 898 Talking Signs 970 Warehouse Space 908 Condominiums for Sale 952 Cottages for 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 NJ Li W-J ZS Saturdays: a.m. p.m.

Sundays: 3:00 p.m. 7.00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. for next days issue, 4:30 p.m Long Distance Toll Free 1-800-667-6979 Fri. for Sat.

and Mon. issues The Star-Phoenix will be responsible lor only the first incorrect insertion. Please check your advertisement. Till FAR SIDE By GARY LARSON Professional Directory 688 Roofing 547 Sand and Gravel 615 Sewer Drain Cleaning 669 Small Engine Repair 582 Snow Removal 675 Steps and Railings 631 Stucco 559 Trades and Professions 519 Trenching 535 Upholstery 653 Upholstery Cleaning 655 Wallpapering Window Cleaning 663 Window Doors 643 FARMINDUSTRIAL Chain Saws 769 Custom Harvesting 733 Farm Equipment 729 Feed Seed 741 Fish Farming 739 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 Olympic Accommodations 843 Rental Houses Wanted 846 Rooms Furnished 850 Rooms (Part.

Furnished) 858 Rooms Unfurnished 854 Rooms 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 Acreage Wanted 880 Apartment Blocks Sale 903 Appraisers A.A.C.1 966 B.C. Properties 916 Buildings 889 Business Opportunities 900 Commercial Property 890 ANNOUNCf MENTS Anniversaries 47 Card of Thanks 27 Coming Events 5) Companions 55 Crematoriums 11 Deaths 2 Engagements and 43 Florists 12 Funeral Directors 7 Funerals 3 Happy Days 39 Happy Days Service 34 Industrial Info 68 In Memorium 23 Legacies Memorial 19 Lost Found 59 Memorial Society 8 Monuments 15 My Phone Number is 30 Notices 63 Personal 31 Star Is Born 35 Tenders 67 Travel 49 EMPLOYMENT Career Training 119 Babysitting, Childcare Req. 107 Will BabysitChi Idcare 108 Domestic Help 83 Employment Services 123 Employment Wanted 139 Farm Help 79 Hairdressers 103 Help Wanted 71 Nanny Services 106 Hospital Personnel 131 Office Help 95 Part-time Help 87 Professional Management HelpU5 Restaurant Help 91 Sales Personnel Ill Secretarial Help 99 Teachers Wanted 135 Trades Construction 75 OOODS AND SERVICES Adult Services 262 Antiques 153 Repair 164 Articles for Sale 151 Articles Wanted 155 BabyInfant Articles 150 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 252 274 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 Home Care 257 Hydroponic 326" Insurance 246' Jewellery Appraisals 210 Lumber Building 174 Meats 334 Musical Equipment 218 Musical Instruction 222 Nursing Homes 256 Office Equipment 147 Office Services 143 Parcel Letter Service 149 Personal Services 250 Pets 270 Photography 198 Poultry 342 Pre-School 109 Produce 330 Rental Stores 322 Restaurant Supplies 176 Rototillers Rototilling 302 Satellite Dishes 196 Saunas Hot Tubs 258 Shoe Repair 248 Sound Equipment 214 Swap Trade Taped Music Tree Service Tree Spraying TV Rentals Underground Sprinklers Video-Game Equipment Wanted To Rent Wedding Supplies Weight Control Products TRANSPORTATION Aircraft Antique Auto Body Repair Auto Leasing Automotive Magazine Auto Repairs Accessories Autos Autos Wanted Buses for Sale Car Wash Classic Autos Garages for Lease Grain Trailers Grain Trucks Parking for Lease Reconditioned Batteries Semi Trailers Service Stations Sports Cars Towing Service Truck Leasing Truck Repairs Accessories Trucks for Sale Trucks Wanted. Vans Accessories Van Rentals Vehicle Storage RECREATION All Terrain Vehicles Bicycles Boats Accessories Campers Trailers Camping Equipment Dune Buggies Flat Deck Trailers Golf Carts Motorcycles Accessories RV's Motorhomes Skiing Equipment 178 Snowmobiles 511 242 Sporting Goods 504 310 Tents 8i Tarpaulins 508 306 TRADES AND PROFESSIONS 146 Accountants 696 298 Accountants (Chartered) 692 194 Architect Draftsperson 523 180 Artists Designers 525 226 Basements 539 254 Bathrooms 588 Brick Driveways 623 458 Brick Layers 567 400 Cabinets Furniture 639 415 Carpets 595 408 Ceiling Cleaning 661 456 Central Vac 585 412 Ceramic Tile 589 351 Chimneys 551 404 Concrete Brick 563 452 Concrete Cutting 620 413 Concrete Driveways 619 402 Contractors Carpenters 543 464 Drywalling 599 436 Eavestroughs 555 432 Electricians 579 468 Energy Conservation 575 414 Equipment Rentals 678 439 Excavating 531 460 Fences 627 396 Fireplaces Accessories 651 472 Flooring 591 444 581 448 Glass 647 424 Heating 583 440 Home Improvements 635 416 Insulation 571 420 Interior Decorating 527 470 Investigation Security 715 Janitorial Services 667 496 Landscaping 611 476 Lawyers 699 484 Maid Service 659 488 Management Consultants 703 500 Maintenance and Cleaning 668 494 Market Research 707 498 Moving Storage 609 506 Painting 603 480 Patents Trademarks 711 492 Plumbing 587 515 Pools Service 671 "Andrew, go out and get your grandfather squirrels have got him again." FUNERAL DIRECTORS I StarPhoenix STOP SMOKING IN 1 SESSION LASER THERAPY AS SEEN ON TV Laser is the most modern therapy Soft laser is painless, harmless, no negative side effects Soft laser stimulates points, you lose desire to smoke Diet and withdrawal points included 85 success rate ACADIADRIVE FUNERALCHAPEL 955-1600 915 Acadia Drive HENRI PAULHUS RICHARD MUENZ FUNERAL CHAPELS ROBERT MCKAGUE DONALD NEWBIGGING Phone 664-3131, 300 3rd Ave.


Arnold Edwards, Robert F. Daurie, Lars Nissen Ph. 244-5577 338 4th Ave. Norm WESTWOOD FUNERAL CHAPEL Rae Murdock 653-3434, 20th St Ave Printed and published daily except Sundays and statutory holidays by Armadale Publishers Limited at the oflice ot the STAR PHOENIX. 204 Fifth Avenue North.

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, S7K 2P1. Second Class Mail Registration Number 0098 Ed Satjestyen, Executive Vice-President; Bill Peter-eon, Executive Editor; Steven Gibb, Managing Editor; Lewrence Gel eel, Business Manager; Wayne Wohlberg, Circulation Manager; Armand Kraft. Advertising Manager; WW Popoff, Associate Editor; El-don Amundson, Controller; Merv Carey, Engineering Development Director; Glen Houle, Production Manager. Direct dial numbers for Star-Phoenix General Editorial 652-9200 664-8231 Circulation Classified 664-8320 653-2100 Display 664-8340 $100 11 CREMATORIUMS ANNOUNCEMENTS Hillcrest Memorial Gardens And Crematorium Memorial 8, Cremation Service 477-2236 PRAIRIE VIEW CHAPEL Memorial and Cremation Services. Highway 11 South 242-7884 Box 2061 DEATHS Saskatoon Nov.

12 and 15 1-800-663-4450 BY APPOINTMENT ONLY LASER INTERNATIONAL INC. IS MONUMENTS GENES MEMORIALS Rememberance special. All monuments 10 oft during Nov. Phone 242-5507, 7 814 56th ST. e.

SASKATOON MEMORIALS LTD. 121" Gyles Place Ph. 653-1933 Terry Hrabok Rock of Ages Dealer Lite-Time Guarantee Evening 8. weekend appointments. 19 LEGACIES MEMORIAL SINGLES FOR CHRIST Fri's7pmBiblestudy 7:30 worships, praise, coffee, great fellowshiptime, Emmanuel BaptistChurch Ph.


O'Regan ot 9 Marlin Court, St. John, N. B. E2K 4H3 and Ms. Carmen Bussiere of Saskatoon and Mr.

Terry Bussiere of Dewberry, wish to announce the engagement of their children, Jeanine and Dave O'Regan. The wedding is planned for June 17th, 81) "SINGLES TODAY" Pick up a copy of our latest magazine. Call 664-6111. CAMPBELL The death of Kenneth J. Campbell, age61of Saskatoon, occurred accidentally in a car accident on Friday, November 4th, 1988.

Surviving are his wife, Doreen; three daughters, Cheryl (Glen) Best of Saskatoon, Audrey of Regi-na, Lonnaof Saskatoon; two sons, Daryl (Diana) and Darren (Julie) of Edmonton; fourgrandchil-dren, Michelle, Andrea, Robert and Derek of Saskatoon; three sisters, Carol (Dale) Liefso of Moss Bank, Bernice Gibb of Spruce Grove, Alberta and Irene (Ellis) Moberg of Calgary; two brothers, Melvin (Audrey) of Moose Jaw, Harold (Clara) Campbell of Calgary; and several ieces and nephews. I 1 965 he moved to Saskatoon where he resided until his death. Mr. Campbell was predeceased by his mother and his father. He belonged to the Ironworkers Union Local 771 for 35 years.

His pride and ioy were his grandchildren and he will sadly be missed by all. Funeral Services will be held at W. J. Jones and Sons in Moose Jaw on November 9th, 1988 at 11 :00 a.m. Interment to take place in Brownley, Saskatchewan.

Visitation for family and friends, Tuesday, 7:00 9:00 p.m. at the Funeral Home. Memorials for the Canadian Cancer Society, 1 23 1st Avenue North East, Moose Jaw would be gratefully accepted. Donald Jones, Funeral Di-rector, 693-4644. CHERRY Thedeathof Douglas RaymondCher-ry occurred recently at his residence in Saskatoon.

He is survived by his wife, Catherine; two sons, Donald (Margaret)of Vancouver, B.C.and David (Jeanette) of San Mateo, California and two grandchildren, Angus and Katrina. Born February 25th, 1920 and raised in Saskatoon, he received his education at the University of Saskatchewan and after serving in the R.C.A.F. in World War 1 1, he attended the University of Toronto, where he received his Doctor of Philosophy Degree. He had a long and distinguished career as a University teacher and administrator, having served as Professor, head of the English Department and Dean of Arts and Sciences, beforeretiring in Juneof 1987. Active in University affairs, he was one of the founders of the University Faculty Association.

As a committed socialist, he was an active supporter of the CCF movement in Saskatchewan. In keeping with his wishes, no funeral service will be held. Friends are most welcome to call at the house at 1301 Ewart Avenue, Saskatoon. Recognizing his lifelong love of iazz, his family would appreciate, in lieu of flowers, donations to the Saskatoon Jazz Society, Box 1593, Saskatoon, S7K 3R3. Cremation.

Arrangements are in care of PARK FU-NERAL CHAPEL, GRANBERG Suddenly on November 3rd, 1988, Norman Wayne Granberg of Kamloops, B.C. passed away at the age of 24 years. Norman leaves to mourn with many cherised memories his parents, John and Joyce Granberg of Kamloops; twosisters, Patricia Granberg and Myrna Granberg (Martin Dogniez) of Saskatoon; his grandmother, Mabel Pearson of Canwood, Sask. and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. Norman is also predeceased by his grandparents, Paulina and Olof Grandberg and Seen Pearson.

Norman was born in Saskatoon, Sask. on September 1st, 1964. He lived in Hanley, Sask. until 1966 when ne moved to Saskatoon with his parents. He attended Caroline Robins and Mount Royal High School in Saskatoon.

In 1984 Norman moved to Kamloops with his parents and graduated from Kamloops Senior Secondary School. He was employed with CNR until his passing. Norman enioyed fishing, playing hockey and had a fondness for music. Norman will be sadly missed by all who knew and loved him. Rev.

Ken Earl will conduct the Memorial Service in the Schoening Funeral Chapel, Kamloops, B.C. on Wednesday, November 9th, 1988 at 2:00 p.m. Flowers gratefully declined. Donations may be made to a char i ty of the donors choice i memory of Norman. Bequests and In-Memorium donations to THE CANADIAN NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR THE BLIND are tax deductible and provide vital services to visually impaired children and adults In Saskatchewan.

CNIB, 2305 Adelaide Saskatoon, S7J 0J6, 374-4545 BOSCO SOCIETY Gratefullv accepts memorial donations and legacies to help in the establishment and operation of centres for the treatment of the very emotionally troubled children and adolescents of our society. Tax deductible. Mail to: Box 200 Regina, Sask. S4P 226. 34 HAPPY DAYS SERVICE 55 COMPANIONS A 8, A RENTALS 665-3600 Storks, pigs, pink elephant, old goats, buzzards, penguins, 40 flamingoes Each SIB.

99. Delivered. 30 MY PHONE NUMBER IS CALL 244-PINK FOR YOUR FLAMINGOS Elephants, Pigs, Skunks, Penguins, Cupids more. Call 244-7465 DIETRICK Norman James Dietrick of Swift Current, formerly of the Dept. of Co-operation, passed away October 26th, 1988 at the Swift Current Union Hospital following a stroke.

Hewas74 years of age. Norman was born on February 25th, 1914 in Saskatoon. He attended school in SaskatoonandmovedtoLeRoytofarminl934.ln 1942 he became a Wheat Pool delegate and worked for the Wheat Pool for 1 1 years. On August 11th, 1953, he obtained a lob with Saskatchewan Agriculture, Co-op Department. Three years later he transferred to the Swift Current branch office where he remained until his retirement on February 29th, 1979.

Heenioyed numerous sports activities when he was young and continued to enioy watching them in later years. Heenioyed playing cards and visiting with family and friends. Norman will be greatly missed by family and all who knew him. He is survived by his wife Mariorieof Swift Current; onedaughter, Maxine (Gordon) Janke of Swift Current; one son, Merlin (Shelly) Dietrick of Swift Current; four brothers, Clifford (Vivian) Dietrick of Prince George; Kelly (Jane) of LeRoy, Lome (Kay) of Kyle, Lionel (Annette) of Saskatoon; two sisters, Bea (Gerald) McGrath of LeRoy, Audrey (Byron) Moore of LeRoy; four grandchildren; four great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his father, Nicholas in 1973, his mother, Annie in 1984and his sister Betty in 1982.

Funeral Services were held at 11 -00 a.m., Saturday, October 29th, 1988, from the First United Church with Rev. Harvey Clarke officiating. Interment of cremated remains took place at LeRoy, Sask. Parkside Memorial Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Honorary pallbearers were Doug Dietrick, Ron Moore, David Moore, Jerry McGrath, Terry McGrath and Brent Dietrick.

Organist was Marilyn Bartusek. FAIRBROTHER, Frank Passed away peacefully November 4th, 1988 in Burnaby B.C. He is survived by three brothers, Ed, Joe and Floyd two sisters, Irene and Anne; also numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral Service to be held Tuesday, Novmber 8th at from the Chapel of OCEAN VIEW FUNERALHOME, 4000 Imperial Street, Burnaby, B.C. followed by interment in Ocean View Burial Park.

DESJARDINS Mr. Henri Marcel in, Sask. died suddenly at his home on Friday, November 4th, 1988. A Vigil of Prayer wasobseVved on Monday evening, November 7th at 7:30 in St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, Marcelin.

The Eucharistic Funeral Liturgy will be celebrated from St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, Marcelin on Tuesday morning November 8th at 10:30. His son, Rev. Fr. Omer Desiar-dins OMI will be the main celebrant, assisted by the Pastor Rev.

Fr. Anthony Chabraszewski MSF. Predeceased by his first wife Anna Brus-seau) in 1976, his second wife Aline (nee Viau), the former Mrs. Aline Neveu) in Ovide Desiardins and Antoinette Beauchamp also twelve brothers and sisters, surviving are two sons: Raymond (Giselle Lagimodiere) Desiardins of Marceline and Rev. Father Omer Desiardins OMI of Winnipeg, six grandchildren, their spouses and twelve great-grandchildren: Claude and Faye Desiardins, Mitchell, Meagan and Danielle of PrinceAlbert, Jocelyneand Robert Sutherland, Trevor, Todd and Joel of Saskatoon, Richardand Brenda Desiardins, Tysonand Benett of Marcelin, Marc and Wanda Desiardins and Justin of Martensville, Annette and Mark Stevens, Amanda, Jennifer and Crystal of Lloyd-minster also Alain Desiardins of Llovdminster, numerous nieces and nephews, seven stepdaughters, two step-sons and numerous Neveu grandchildren and geat-grandchildren.

The late Mr. Desiardins was born in Ferme Neuve, P.Q. October 2, 1903andcame with hisparents to their homestead In the Marcelin district in 1905. He attended school there and In 1924 took a mechanic's course at Hemphill Trade School in Saskatoon. He then began working at Marin's Garage inMarcellnwhich he tookover in 1928and operated as a family business until 1967 when he sold it to his son Raymond.

He continued his interest in the family operated business until his death as his daily walks to town always included visits to the garage as well as a card game with his friends. Henri was widowed in 1976 and was remarried to Mrs. Aline Neveu In 1978. Interment In the Marcelin Parish Cemetery. Funeral arrangements are entrusted to ACADIA DRIVE FUNERAL CHAPEL (955-1600).

RAWLEIGH PRODUCTS. 18-833 Ave N. 652-4428. Evelyn Rafoss, 1682 Edward Ave. 244-8393.

STANLEY HOME Products. M. Butcher 343-1844 att 6 SINGING TELEGRAMS "BIG Bertha" "The LOVE Bug" "WINGY WANDA" BALLOON PEOPLE 244-1170 31 PERSONAL APPLICATIONS ARE now being taken for position of girlfriend. Must have exp. in honesty, and ability to be open minded.

No references req. Prefer girl 18-25 and have some sense of humour it took to write this ad. Reply with picture 8, letter to Box 808D, Star Phoenix I'M A GUY, a little shy. Would like to make friends. Write Box 818 Star Phoenix, MALE, MID 30's, not yet wishing personal companionship, but would like telephone female friend companion.

Virtually any lady, able or disabled but young at heart to communicate by telephone on first name basis. I am a tradesman with IP standing, well spoken, well mannered, easy to talk to and very talkative. Please in note, state reasonable times on your terms when to call or not to call. With your respect in mind, respond to Box 815D, Star Phoenix. MALE 30, N.E.

(n.s) seeks males (25-38) looking to establish a friendship and perhaps a relation. ship. Reply to Box 1423X, Star Phoenix MALE, 45, gentle 8. kind, seeking female under 45, single or married for guiet times. Discretion expected and assured.

Write wilh phone to Box 755D, Star Phoenix! 35 A STAR IS BORN AA Alcoholics Anonymous. Phone 665-6727 ADULT BOOKS magazines. We buy sell exchange. Dirk's Love Shop, 115 20th Street W. 242-0771.

ADULT XXX MOVIES for rent. Beta only. No violence. By membership only. Phone 652-4949.

GARBE Cheryl and Gary are thrilled to announce the arrival of their first daughter, Mackenzie Marie. Born October 26th, 1988 at 8 lbs, 7 oz. Proud grandparents are Joan and Roger Egger and Marnie and Gord Garbe. Special thanks to Dr. Louise Gagne.

SHAW Michael and Barbara wish to announce the arrival of Iheir daughter Janice Virginia, born at St. Paul's Hospital, Thursday, October 20TH, 1988 weighing 7 lbs, 8 ozs; a sister for Brian Matthew. Special thanks to Dr. T. Ledding and Dr.

Sheridan, and the nursing staff at St. Paul's Hospital. ALL ESTIMATES Free. Maytair T.V. 414 33rd St.

W. AMWAY PRODUCTS delivered lo your door. 384 0822. ANNA'S EUROPEAN PSYCHIC Advice on all love, health, business, marriage. Come in and be amazed at what she will reveal about you 8, others.

Palm, Tarot Card, Aura and Pyramid readings. 30 years exp. 95guaranteed accurate. All readings 'i price. ree palm readings 8.

free astrology charts. 665-8027. ARE YOU PREGNANT? We can help both ot you. Birthright 343-6636, Humboldt 682-4010. A WAY OUT of a homosexual struggle.

THE NARROW WAY, P.O. Box 8016, S'toon, S7K 4R7 A-1 RADON GAS TESTING In your home. Take it from a Cancer Patient, it's worth It. Jim at 382-4642, 67 TENDERS COLD CUTS AGAIN? This year, for your Xmas office party try our delicious barbegued beef 8, our Ceasar salad, $4.95 delivered. Country Style BBQ.

933-4499 COLOR THERAPY LECTURE Learn how to use color, sound crystals for spiritual healing. Tues. Nov. 8th, at Heart Soul Healing Centre. Call 665-2424 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING (Under the Liquor Licensing Act) NOTICE is hereby given that a public hearing will be held in the Conference Room at 2302 Arlington Avenue, Saskatoon, at 4:00 p.m., Central Standard Time, on Monday, November 21, 1988, for the purpose ot hearing and considering any relevant representations made by The Big Apple Pizza A Go Go Incorporated, the applicant for the Dining Room Liquor and Cocktail Room Licences, in respect of Bleacher's Bar Grill, situated at 402A 1 st Avenue North, in the City of Saskatoon, in the Province of Saskatchewan.

Any person who not less than five (5) days prior to Monday, November 21 1 988, has tiled with the Commission written notice of objection to the granting of the said application, stating the grounds thereof, shall be given an opportunity to be heard. Write to: Chairman Liquor Licensing Commission RO. Box 5054, Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 3M3 Telephone: 787-4211 CRISIS PREGNANCY LINE. 665-7550. Free.

Private, DIRK'S LOVE SHOP Send 52.00 for catalogue Dirk's Discount Ltd. 115-20th St. W. S7M 0W8 FOR Sale 4 Spaces in Hillcrest Memorial Call 374-7472 FUTURE READINGS Madame Karmine will do readings. Call for appointment at 244-8819 I HAVE SuperValue WardAir coupons.

Offers. Day-time calls only, 373-2189 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING (Under The Liquor Licensing Act) NOTICE is hereby given that a public hearing will be held in the Conference Room at 2302 Arlington Avenue, Saskatoon, at 3:00 p.m., Central Standard Time, on Tuesday, November 22, 1988 for the purpose of hearing and considering any relevant representations made by Mom's Bulk Foods the applicants for Dining Room Liquor and Cocktail Room Licenses, in respect of Genesis Family Restaurant, situated at 901 22nd Street West, id the City of Saskatoon, in the Province of Saskatchewan. Any person who not less than five (5) days prior to Tuesday, November 22, 1 988, has filed with the Commission written notice of objection to the granting of the said application, stating the grounds thereof, shall be given an opportunity to be heard. Write to: Chairman, Liquor Licensing Commission P.O. Box 5054, REGINA, Saskatchewan S4P 3M3 Telephone: 787-4211 LOOKING FOR Rod Stewart tickets.

823-4248 MASSAGE PRACTITIONER Glengary Building. Call 652-9874 by appointment. MATOL DISTRIBUTOR. Ph 242-4)15 MAY THE SACREO Heart of Jesus be praised, adored and glorified throughout the world forever. Amen.

Say six times daily tor nine days and your re- guest will be answered. H.G. PALMS TAROT CARDS READ. 955-5063 PLAYERS WANTED for lale nighl shinney league. Low rates to loin the league.

Brian 931-7373 aft 6pm, 665-3018 days 59 LOST 'N' FOUND LOST: BLACK tan female Doberman, 2 yrs. old in the area of Diefenbaker Dr. Douglas Cres. 382-6479. LOST: Grey Persian, lost in River Heights.

Please re-turn If found: 705 145 Sandy Crt. 242-3814 before 5 pm Lost in Dunning Cres. area, 2 vr. old cat wilh Siamese markings. Any Into.

374-7993 reward ottered. LOST IN Univ area adult Samoyed, answers to J. 254-2641 or work 966-4947 POSITIVE People meeting weekly. Call 343-5859 PSYCHIC FATIMA palm, Tarot card 9, crystal ball reader. Help on all matters of life 8.

known throughout T.V. 8, radio. She in one of Canada's finest 8, has many years of exp. Speaks many different languages. Will tend to all parties over 5 people.

All reading 95 accuracy guar. Also featuring free Palm reading with eve-ry Tarol card reading 8, all readings price. 382 9211 FOUND: Male tan colored Shepherd Cross Confederation area. Ph 382-9478 FOUND I tan puppv, approx. 8 weeks in Dundonald area.

Phone 382-4882 LOST: black female cat, spayed. From 122 Adolph Cres. Phone 249-3648. Reward offered. RELIABLE Oriental 8, Canadian ladies, all ages, seeking housekeeping opportunities in exchange tor accommodation, companionship, new locations, Call 1-604-547-2020 anytime 7 days a week ROBERT PLANT tickets for sale.

Ec. scats. 653-1376 ROD STEWART tickets for sale. 955-2489 att 6. ROD STEWART Tickets.

Phone 373 894 ROD STEWART Tickets for sale. Ph. aft. 4pm 652-5037 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING JOHNSON The death of Sostrata Aldegunde Johnson age 81 years of Sherbrooke Community Centre formerly of Outlook, Sask. occurred peacefully on Sunday, November 6th, 1988.

The Funeral Service will be held on Thursday, November 10th at 2:00 p.m. from Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Outlook, Sask. conducted by Pastor Harley Johnson. Outlook Funeral Home will be in charge. Surviving are: her dear husband of 61 years Harold Johnson, two children: Kathe (Wes) MacPherson and Kenneth (Sheila) Johnson both of Saskatoon, six grandchildren: Glen and wife Donna, Margaret and husband Shawn; Colleen, Robert, Wayne and Kirby; seven great grandchildren; twosisters: Dagnvand Gudrun both residing in Halden, Norway.

She was predeceased by her parents, one brother and two sisters in Norway. Sostrata came to Canada in 1926 and worked in the Strongf ield area. On February 4th, 1927 she married Harold Johnson and they settled on their homestead west of Strongf ield. I 1969 they retired to Moose Jaw, in 1986 they moved to Outlook where they resided in Golden Acres High Rise until moving to Sherbrooke Community Centre in Saskatoon In September of this year. Sostrata was an active member of Green Valley Lutheran Church, Broderick; Central Lutheran in Moose Jaw, Moose Jaw Scandinavian Club and Bethlehm Lutheran Church in Outlook.

Sostrata was a caring and considerate wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother. She will be sadly missed and lovingly remembered by her family and friends. Memorial donations to Outlook Home Careor toa charity of your choice will be appreciated in lieu of flo- ROD STEWART tickets for sale. Exc. seats, 242-6381.

ROD STEWART win 2 tickets, dinner al Lido's llmo service in raffle supporting Saskatoon Big Sisters (Lie 223). Tickets only SI each, at Place Riel. SI AST (Kclsey), Bud's, Tommy Guns, and any Records or Ricki's slore. SANTA CLAUS avail, for adull or childrens parties. 10 Years exp.

Very reasonable rates. 384-4418 att 6. SANTA CLAUSE Available tor children adult Christmas parties. Phone 683 0347. SHAKLEE NATURES' PRODUCTS 931-2383.

Singles Caribbean Caper, Nov, 18, Park Town Hotel. Special entertainment, $10 adm. draw tor VEGAS trip TO THE young man who witnessed 2 other young men hit my car on 51st St. 8, Idylwvld. We had coffee at Husky House.

I losl your Call 668 4441, mm, 1 (Under The Liquor Licensing Act) NOTICE is hereby given that a public hearing will be held in the Conference Room at 2302 Arlington Avenue, Saskatoon, at 9:00 a.m.. Central Standard Time, on Tuesday, November 22, 1988 for the purpose of hearing and considering any relevant representations made by an accredited officer of Ron's Flooring Ltd. of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, the applicant for Restaurant Beer and Wine License, in respect of Chancy's Coffee House, situated at 105 21st Street East, In the City of Saskatoon, in the Province of Saskatchewan. Any person who not less than five (5) days prior to November 22, 1 988, has filed with the Commission written notice of objection to the granting of the said application, stating the grounds thereof, shall be given an opportunity to be heard. Write to: Chairman, Liquor Licensing Commission P.O.

Box 8054, REGINA, Saskatchewan S4P3M3 Telephone: 787-4211 WANTED Teams or players for non-conlacl broom-ball league. Call after 6pm, 384 5390 WILL HELP those small children or older people lo pick up groceries, do Christmas shopping, etc. Call 384-2563 XXX AVENUE VIDEO XXX We Buy, Sell and Exchange Adult Only Erotica Videos Members save 20-40 Movies S24.95-S49.95. Exchange $7.50 125A 105th St. Open 12pm-9pm, Sun.

12pm-6pm 955-3121 LEARD Ada M. Formerly Blackwell (nee Saunders). November 6th, 1988 at Toronto In her 91st year. Widow of W.D. Blackwell and E.H.

Leard. Dear mother of Doreen Blackwell Hunt and Lois (Blackwell) Campbell; stepmother of-Don and Roy Leard and Marion Leard) McRob-bie; sister of Dr. S. A. Saunders; grandmother to sixteen and great-grandmother to eighteen.

Memorial Service at SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME Friday, November 11th, 1988 at Interment In Woodlawn Cemetery. Flowers gratefully declined, contributions to charity of choice may be made if desired. 2ND RAFFLE winner Is R. G. Fischer, Saskatoon, ticket no.

2701 "The honeymoon suite is booked TICKETS to Rider playoff game wilh bus transportation. $50 Each. Phone 242-5682 931-1011 for another 20 minutes..

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