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Thursday, October 5, 1989 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Star-Phoenix C5 653-2100 StarPhoenix 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. 2:00 p.m. Sundays: 3:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Long Distance Toll Free 1-800-667-6979 The Star-Phoenix will be responsible for only the first Incorrect insertion. Please check your advertisement. Deadlines: 4:30 p.m. for next days issue, 4:30 p.m. Fri. for Sat. and Mon. issues ANNOUNCIMINTS Anniversaries 47 Card of Thanks 27 Coming Events 51 Companions 55 Crematoriums 11 Deaths 2 Engagements and Weddings 43 Florists 12 Funeral Directors 7 Funerals 3 Graduations 52 Happy Days 39 Happy Days Service 34 Industrial Into 68 In Memoriam 23 Legacies Memorial 19 Lost & Found 59 Memorial Society 8 Monuments 15 Notices 63 Personal 31 Star is Born 35 tenders 67 travel 49 IMPIOYMCNT Career Training 119 Babysitting, Childcare Req 107 Will BabvsitChildcare 108 Domestic Help 83 Drivers Wanted 73 Employment Services 123 Employment Wanted 139 Farm Help 79 Hairdressers Wanted 103 Help Wanted 71 Nanny Services 106 Health Care Personnel 133 Hospital Personnel 131 Office Help 95 Part-time Help 87 Professional Management Help 115 Restaurant Help 91 Sales Personnel Ill Secretarial Help 99 Subsidized Day Care 105 teachers Wanted 135 Trades & Construction Help 75 StarPhoenix Direct dial numbers for Star-Phoenix General Editorial 652-9200 664-8231 Circulation Classified 664-8320 653-2100 Display 664-8340 ANNOUNCEMENTS DEATHS 2 CHEVELDAYOFF The death ot Christina Cheveldayoff (Egoroff), age 75 years, ot Blaine Lake, Sask., occurred at her home in Blaine Lake on Monday, October 2nd, 1989. Prayer Services will be held on Thursday, October 5th at 7 :00 p . m. from theChapelotthe Saskatoon Funeral Home. The Funeral Service will be held on Friday, October 6th at 10:00 a.m. from the Doukhobor Prayer Home in Blaine Lake, Sask. Memorial donations to the Hospital Foundation Intensive Care Wards in appreciation tor the care given mother at the Intensive Care Units of City and University Hospitals, or of donor's choice. Surviving are: her son, Edward (Irene) Zbitnolf of Warburg, Alta.; daughter, Donna (Paul) Tremblay of Kenora, Ont.; son, Bill Cheveldayoff of Hannon, Ont.; son, Philip (Lynn) Cheveldayoff of Saskatoon, Sask.; eight grandchildren, Connie, Shelley, Randy, Bradley, Garth, Danielle, Shannon and Tanya; one great-grandson, Dusty.' She was predeceased by her two husbands, Samuel Zbitnoff and William W. Cheveldayoff. Christina was bom on November 6th, 1 91 5 in Thunderhill, Sask. , and attended school there until grade eight. She moved to Blaine Lake when she was 1 6 and married her first husband, Samuel Zbitnoff in 1933, he passed away in 1952 and mother remarried to William W. Cheveldayoff in 1 957, he passed away in 1970. Mother was an active participant in church and community affairs. She loved her garden and flowers, knitting and sports of all kinds. She was a devoted mother and grandmother. She will be sadly missed by family, friends and everyone who knew her. Interment will take place in Haralowka Cemetery, Blaine Lake, Sask. Funeral Service arrangements have been entrusted to the SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME. CUNNINGS The passing of Inez Blanche Cunnings (nee Hamwood) age 79 years of Kerrobert, Saskatchewan occurred on September 1 7th, 1 989 in City Hospital, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. She leaves to mourn her loving husband George; two daughters, Bonnie Krenz and husband George of Eston, Saskatchewan and Kay Petch and husband Larry of Nepean, Ontario; one grandaughter, Loralie Sturgess and husband Jim ot Napanee, Ontario; tour grandsons, Brian Krenz ot Eston, Saskatchewan, Mark, Kyle and Blake Petch of Nepean, Ontario; two great-grandchildren, Dustin and Chantel Sturgess of Napanee, Ontario; and one brother, Garth Hamwood of Kerrobert, Saskatchewan. She was predeceased by her father Arthur Hamwood in 1 934, her mother Sophia Hamwood in 1 975 and her older brother Beverley Hamwood in 1 982. Inez was born November 24, 1 909 in Banks, Ontario and came west as a little girl in 1 91 2 with her mother and two brothers Beverley and Garth to join their father who came to Saskatchewan the year before to establish a farmstead in the "Golden West", They lived on the farm near Ermine and she attended Algoma school and Luther College in Outlook. On December 3, 1 938 she married George Cunnings of Kerrobert. They lived on the farm until 1 953 when they purchased a home and moved into Kerrobert. She worked in Fischer and Indges store for 14 years. Inez was a member of Avoca Community Club, the United Church, Kerrobert Chapter 137 Order of the Eastern Star and the U.C.W. She became a guest at Buena Vista Lodge in 1986. Inez and George celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary on December 3, 1988. Funeral Service for Inez Cunnings was held September 21, 1989 at 2 p.m. in the Kerrobert United Church with Pastor Derek Gregory officiating. Honorary Pallbearers were Elva Reynolds, Peggy Mack, Pat Wright, Betty Brotzel, Mildred Robson and Mabel Wright. Pallbearers were Ritz Reynolds, Adam Knorr, Barrie Allcock, Jim Allcock, Lyle Wright and Aron Mack. Ushers were Cecil Norris and Mervin Norris. The Ker-robertChapter1370rderoftheEasternStar took part in the service with Phyllis Lalear as soloist. In lieu of flowers donations were made to a memorial fund at Buena Vista Lodge. Interment took place at Kerrobert Cemetery. Arrangements were entrusted to KERROBERT FUNERAL HOME. SENUM Bruce Wilfred of 355-423 Pendy-grasse Road, Saskatoon passed away in University Hospital on October 2nd at age 60 years. Bruce was born in Prince Albert on July 13th, 1929. He is survived by his loving wile Kaye; three step-children, Gwynne (Marvin) Olson of Saskatoon, Paul Whitson of Edmonton and Patti Whitson ot Calgary; two grandchildren, Joshua and Beate Olson; one brother Bill (Gwen) of Surrey, B.C.; one sister Betty Johnson of Prince Albert; two aunts, Tillie and Ida Senum of Shellbrook, as well as numerous nieces and nephews and a host of friends. Bruce and Kaye (Klarenback) were married on June 16th, 1977. He enjoyed his step-family very much and loved his grandchildren dearly. Bruce had all his priorities in order - his God, his family and his friends. He was a very loving and generous person. Bruce was a farmer at heart and farmed in the Ordale district until 1977. He worked at the Lutheran Collegiate Bible Institute from 1 977 1 981 . He was presently employed at U of S. Bruce will be greatly missed by his family and all his friends, whom he loved. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Lutheran Collegiate Bible Institute, Outlook; Canadian Lutheran Bible Institute, Camrose, Alta.; or Kinasao Lutheran Bible Camp, Christopher Lake. Funeral Services will be held at the Lutheran Church in Shellbrook on Thursday, October 5th, 1989, at 3:00 p.m. with Pastor Arild Borch from Zion Lutheran in Saskatoon officiating. Shellbrook Funeral Home In charge of arrangements. Musical Instruction 222 Nursing Homes 256 Office Equipment 8i Supplies... 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 Security Systems 185 Shelving 148 Shoe Repair 248 Sound Equipment 214 Swap 8 Trade 178 Taped Music 242 Tickets SaleWanted 177 Tree Service 310 Tree Spraying 306 TV Rentals 166 Underground Sprinklers 29fr Video-Game Equipment 194 Wanted To Rent 180 Wedding Supplies 226 Weight Control Products 254 GOODS AND SKRV1CKS Adult Services 262 Antiques 153 Appliance Repair 164 Articles tor Sale 151 Articles Wanted 155 Baby Infant Articles 150 Balloons 230 Bands & Orchestras 238 Butcher Supplies 332 Catering 234 Cats V Christmas Trees 286 Coins and Stamps 206 Computer Consultants 190 Computers 8 Equipment 186 Courier Service 145 Divorce Mediation 252 Dogs Eggs 346 Escort Services 266 Firewood 262 Fish 338 Furniture & Appliances 159 Furniture Refinishing 163 Furniture Rentals 162 Garage Sales 170 Garden & Lawn Equipment .... 294 Garden & Lawns 290 Hall Rentals 232 Hauling 318 Health Services 255 Hobbies & Crafts 202 Home Care 257 Hydroponic 326 Insurance 246 Jewellery Appraisals 210 Lumber & Building Supplies.... 174 Meats 334 Musical Equipment 218 TRANSPORTATION Aircraft Antique Vehicles Auto Body Repair Auto Financing . Auto Leasing Automotive Magazine 56 Auto Repairs & Accessories.... 412 Autos "1 Autos Wanted 4$4 Buses for Sale 4?2 Car Wash Classic Autos 402 Printed and published daily except Sundays and statutory holidays by Armadale Communications Limited at the office of the STAR-PHOENIX, 204 Fifth Avenue North, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, S7K 2P1. Second Class Mail Registration Number 0098 Richard Thompson, Executive Vice-President; Bill Peterson, Executive Editor; Steven Gibb, Managing Editor; Lawrence Geisel, Business Manager; Jim Davidson, Advertising Director: Wayne Wohlberg, Circulation Manager; Wlff Popoff, Associate Editor; Eldon Amundson, controller; Merv Carey. EngL neertng Development Director; Glen Houle, Produo tlon Manager. LEIER Wray Leier passed away peacefully at the Lutheran Sunset Home on Tuesday, October 3rd, 1 989. Prayers will be offered on Thursday evening, October 5th at 7:30 p.m. from Our Lady Of Lourdes Roman Catholic Church (12th Street and Wiggins Avenue). The Funeral Mass will be celebrated on Friday, October 6th at 1 0:00 a.m. from St. Annes Roman Catholic Church (217 Lenore Drive) conducted by Rev. Father Steve Penna. A Prayer Service will be held on Friday afternoon at St. Peters Roman Catholic Church in Unity, Saskatchewan at 3:30 p.m. with interment to follow in the family plot in The Unity Cemetery. Surviving are: nine children, Elaine (Peter) Zakreski of Saskatoon, Lyn Leier of Calgary, Alta., Merv (Joan) Leier of Saskatoon, Al (Patti) Leier of Saskatoon, Henry (Margaret) Leier of Victoria, B.C., Wray (Raoul) Gauthier of Saskatoon, Ron (Carmen) Leier of Saskatoon, Ken (Darlene) Leier of Saskatoon and Lome (Lezlie) Leier of Saskatoon; twenty grandchildren; one great-grandchild; two sisters, Agnes Beissel of Edmonton, Alta, and Alma (Glen) Reap of Regina, Sask. and numerous nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband Henry and one brother, Mervin Danbrook. Wray Leier was born to Edith and George Danbrook on March 6th, 1924 near the town of Reward, Saskatchewan. She was educated in the area and was employed by the local rural municipality. On November 4th, 1941 Wray married Henry Leier and they farmed in the Unity area until 1946 at which time they moved to Prince Albert. In 1 955 the family returned to Unity where they bulllt and operated the Selkirk Motor Hotel. Henry passed Away December 1 5th, 1 964 and the following summer Wray and the children moved to Saskatoon. Wray was an active member of the C.W.L. in all the communities where the family resided. She was a devoted wite, loving mother and grandmother who dedicated her life to her family and served the Lord faithfully. Memorial donations to the Alzheimer's Research Foundation, University Hospital, Saskatoon, Sask. S7N 0X0 would be appreciated in lieu of flowers. Service arrangements have been entrusted to the SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME. SMITH The death of Kenneth Barry Smith age 42 of Falrview, AB occurred in the Fair-view Hospital October 4th, 1989. Surviving are: his loving parents, Gerald Arthur (Art) and Beatrice (Boa) Smith of Saskatoon; wife Teena of Fairview; sons, David of Fairview, Tom of Edmonton, Barry of Regina; one daughter Debbie Ann of Fairview; two grandsons Jonathon and Brandon of Fairview; sisters Geraldine Dion of Grande Prairie, AB, Linda Prokop and Debra Holden of Saskatoon; nieces Jennifer and Kaitlyn; nephew Christopher of Saskatoon. Ken was bom in Regina July 7th, 1947, moved to Saskatoon in 1962, he attended Walter Murray Collegiate 1962 - 65. In 1967 he moved to Alberta to pursue a career In the restaurant business. He later moved to Fairview, AB in 1978 to establish his own restaurant. A very generous loving family person, Ken actively supported community sports. He will be fondly remembered and sadly missed by family and friends. Funeral Service will be held in Fairview, AB. Saturday, October 7th, 1989 at 3:00 p.m. in the United Church. SOWTER The death of Winifred Sowter age 88 years of Lutheran Sunset Home occurred at her residence on Tuesday, October 3rd, 1 989. The Funeral Service will be held on Friday, October 6th at 1:30 p.m. from the Chapel of Saskatoon Funeral Home conducted by Pastor Gene Grant. (Memorial donations fo the Lutheran Sunset Home Redevelopment Fund, 1212 Osier Street, Saskatoon, S7N 0T9 would be appreciated in lieu of flowers). Surviving are: one daughter, Peggy Stasuik of Winnipeg, Man.; one son, Raymond (Adele) Sowter of Saskatoon; five grandchildren and three great grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Fred Sowter in 1 986. Mrs. Sowter was born in Winchester, England on August 30th, 1901. She emmigrated to Canada after World War II in 1947 settling in Saskatoon. Mrs. Sowter had made her home in Luther Tower in 1984 and then into the Lutheran Sunset Home to finish her days. The Pallbearers will be; Steve Gyapjas, Ken Sowter, Raymond Stasuik and Francois Choquet. Interment will take place in the family plot in Woodlawn Cemetery. The family would like to express heartfelt thanks to all the staff of Lutheran Sunset Home and Dr. B. Martens for the loving care given to our mother. (Courtesy parking south of the SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME, corner of 4th Avenue at 25th Street). Garages for Lease 464 Grain Trailers 436 Grain Trucks 432 Leather & Vinyl 418 Parking for Lease 468 Reconditioned Batteries 414 Semi Trailers 439 Service Stations 460 Sports Cars 396 Towing Service 472 Truck Leasing 444 Truck Repairs & Accessories... 448 Trucks for Sale 424 Trucks Industrial 429 Trucks Semi Trailers 439 Trucks Wanted 440 Vans & Accessories 416 Van Rentals 420 Vehicle Storage 470 RECRIATION All Terrain Vehicles 496 Bicycles 476 Boats & Accessories 484 Campers 8i Trailers 488 Campers & RV's for Rent 490 Camping Equipment 500 Dune Buggies 494 Fiat Deck Trailers 498 Golf Carts 506 Motorcycles & Accessories 48Q 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 Oraftsperson 523 Artists & Designers 525 AsohaltPaving 625 Basements 539 Bathrooms 588 Brick Driveways 623 M0 406 FLOOD Mrs. Joan Elizabeth Flood, age 41 late of Saskatoon died at a Saskatoon hospital on Wednesday morning, October 4th, 1989. The Vigil of Prayer will be held from Holy Spirit Roman Catholic Church (114 Kingsmere Place) on Thursday evening, October 5th at 8:00. The Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated from Holy Spirit Roman Catholic Church, Friday morning, October 6th at 1 0:30. Rev. Fr. J.F. Dormans as celebrant. The late Mrs. Flood is survived by her loving husband, Tom; two sons and two daughters, Gordon, Christine, Nicole and Scott, all at home; her parents, Norman and Shirley (nee McBean) Cram of Wakaw Lake; three brothers and one sister, Stuart (Peggy) Cram of Regina, Dick (Janet) Cram of Saskatoon, Margaret Cram (Robert Rawlyk) of Saskatoon, Rob (Brenda) Cram of Saskatoon; her husbands parents, John and Edna (nee Halpenny) Flood ot Saskatoon; her husbands brother and sister, David (Bonnie) Flood of Saskatoon, Nancy (Gerry) Bolger of Saskatoon also numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins. Joan was born September 4th, 1948 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. She attended the Queen Elizabeth School and Aden Bowman Collegiate and graduated in May, 1966. She continued on her education by attending Saskatoon Business College, receiving her diploma in 1 968. Joan was employed with the Federated Co-op as a secretarybookkeeper. In 1 970 she married Thomas Flood and continued at her job until 1972 when she enjoyed being a full time mother. She became very active in sports activities that her children participated in. She took special interest in gymnastics, swimming and track and field. She also volunteered her time to charity organizations. She has been a long standing member of the Saskatoon's Beta Sigma Phi. She loved to sense her creativity by working with craftwork. Joan gave of herself generously and was noted as a "very gentle, kind and loving person. It is the family's wish to direct those who prefer memorial donations to the Children's Wish Foundation of Saskatchewan (P.O. Box 309, Saskatoon, S7K 3L3). Interment in the Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Funeral arrangements are entrusted to ACADIA DRIVE FUNERAL CHAPEL (955-1600). JOHNSON The death of Martin Michael Johnson, age 50 years, of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, occurred in a local hospital on Monday, October 2nd, 1 989. A Service of Remembrance will be held on Friday, October 6th at 3:30 p.m., from Chapel of Saskatoon Funeral Home conducted by Rev. Sandy Walker. (Memorial donations to the Canadian Cancer Society, 1036 College Drive, Saskatoon, S7N OW1 , would be appreciated in lieu of flowers). Surviving are: his three sons, Dean Johnson, Greg Johnson and Robert Johnson all ol Calgary, Alta.; his mother, Gudrun Johnson of Saskatoon ; one brother, Jack Johnson of Saskatoon. Martin was predeceased by his father, Marvin Johnson, on October 1 6th, 1 984. Martin was born on April 17th, 1939 in Elfros, Saskatchewan. Following High School, he joined the Royal Canadian Airforce prior to obtaining his Bachelor of Commerce Degree from the University of Saskatchewan. Martin had played for the Saskatoon Hilltop Football Club and was a member of the national championship team in 1 958. He was presently serving as a director of the Hilltops. Martin had been employed with the Federal Business Development Bank in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Power Corporation in Regina, Nova Resources in Calgary, Alta., ana had operated his own consulting firm, Martin Johnson and Associates Ltd. in Calgary. He was presently employed by the City of Saskatoon as a Rate Analyst. Martin was the past president of the Economics Society of Alberta, Calgary branch and a director of the Economic Society of Alberta and a Founding Director of The Canadian Association for Business Economics. Cremation. (Courtesy parking south of the SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME, comer of SEMPLE The death of William Semple of Saskatoon occurred in a local hospital on Tuesday, October 3rd, 1 989. The Funeral Service will be held on Friday, October 6th at 1 1 :00 a.m. from the Chapel of Saskatoon Funeral Home conducted by Rev. Rob Brown and Archdeacon H.W. Brandrick. Memorial donations to the War Amps of Canada, Child Amputee Program, 2827 Riverside Dr. Ottawa, Ont. K1 V 0C4 or a charity of the donor's choice will be appreciated in lieu of flowers. Surviving are: his loving wife, Margaret; his daughters, June of Saskatoon and Nancy (Mark) Heule of Edmonton, Alta., "two grandsons, Peter and Andrew also an adopted family, John and Adele Methven of Viscount, Sask. and their daughters, Darlene of Viscount and Mae and her daughter, Blanche of Saskatoon. . He was predeceased by his parents, William and Annie Semple and three brothers, Allan, Thomas and David. Bill was bom in Glen-morris, Ontario on August 9th, 1910. The following year, he came with his parents to Saskatoon where he made his home until his passing. During WW II, he sewed overseas with the Canadian Scottish Regiment and was involved in the D-Day landing. Following the war, Bill returned to Saskatoon. He was employed with the Saskatoon Post Off ice for thirty years. He was a member of Balmoral United Church and the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 63. He was a well known piper, teacher and an avid gardener. Bill will be fondly remembered for his zest for life and his love of people and he will be sadly missed by his family and friends. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Cemetery. Funeral Service arrangements have been entrusted to the SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME. FUNERALS 3 HASS The Funeral Service of Ethel Evelyn Hass who died on Saturday, September 30th, 1989 was held from Chapel, Saskatoon Funeral Home on Wednesday, October 4th at 1 :30 p.m. conducted by Rev. Kathy Hogman. Pallbearers were Grandchildren: Duane Rif-fel, Audrey Ashcroft, Carol Meister, Trent Rifle!, Roy Rlffel, Darryl Hass, Valerie Riffel. Interment took place In Hillcrest Memorial Cardens. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 7 ACADIADRIVEFUNERALCHAPEL 955-1600 915 Acadia Drive HENRI PAULHUS JOHN SCHACHTEL McKAGUE'S FUNERAL CHAPELS ROBERT MCKAGUE DONALD NEWBIGGING Phone 664-3131, 300 3rd Ave. S, PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL GREG M. LALACH & DAVID J. SCHURR 311 3RO 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 Rae J Murdock 653-3434, 20th St & Ave N CREMATORIUMS 1 1 Hillcrest Memorial Gardens And Crematorium Memorial & Cremation Service - 477 7236 PRAIRIE VIEW CHAPEL Memorial and Cremation Services. Highway II South 242-7684 Box 2061 LEGACIES MEMORIAL 19 ALZHEIMER ASSOC. OF SASKATCHEWAN INC. Gratefully accepts memorial donations and legacies for education and research. Tax deductible. PO. Box 1876. Regina, Sask. S4P 3E2 ARSCOTT & ASSOCIATES ... Life insurance, annuity brokers and charity-donation consultants. 665-8111, IN MEMORIAMS 23 BOLTON Bruce. In loving memory of a dear husband, Father and Grandfather who passed away October 5th, 1985. Nothing can ever take away The love our hearts hold dear For memories linger everyday Remembrance keeps him near. Always loved and remembered by wife Vickiandfamily, CONLEY In lovi ng memory of Charles who passed away October 5th, 1981. Eight years have passed dear (Charles) Since you were called away, How well do I remember That sad & weary day. Lovingly remembered by wife Phyllis and family Garry, Gilbert and Susan. DUDRA, Gerald I n lovi ng memory of a dear husband and father who left us on October 5th, 1966. Twenty three years ago today, With good-byes left unspoken You gently slipped away But memories stay. As near and dear as yesterday A day to remember, sad to recall Without a farewell You left us all Rest In peace. Forever loved and remembered by wife Ann, sons Nino and Harry, daughter Wendy. KREKE Inmemory of Carol, adear friend, sister-in-law, sister andaunt, who passed away on October 5th, 1 988. Well dear friend a year has 9one by, Often 1 think of you and I begin fo cry. How 1 miss our coffee talks, And our long Turtle Lake walks. We miss the evenings of fun playing cards too. Andtheveryspecialdinnersweshared with you. You were taken away from us sosuddenl y that day, A very special place in our hearts you will always stay. We miss you dearly Carol. Lovinglyrememberedby Terry, Verona, Jeff and Jory. NUSSEY A birthday remembrance in memory of my belated Father who passed away May 25th, 1971. Ever remembered, ever loved. His loving relatives in Saskatoon and family In Ottawa and Montreal, from his loving daughters Beverley, Mary and Joyce of Saskatoon. TEBB in loving memory of Marilla, who passed away October 5th, 1986. Oft we think of you, dear mother, And our hearts are tilled with pain. Oh, this earth would be a heaven Could we hear your voice again. One year has swiftly passed away But still we don't forget, For in the hearts that loved you best Your memory lingers yet. Lovingly remembered by children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren CARD OF THANKS 27 ARNOLD LESTER ADAMS We would like toextend our sincere thanks and appreciation to friends and relatives during our recent bereavement. To Rev. Brandrick for his meaningful service; to the pallbearers - to the soloist and to the management and staff of Saskatoon Funeral Home for their personal assistance with arrangements. Thank you to everyone responsible for the many phone calls, visits, cards, flowers, gifts and donations. This wonderful support has been truly indicative of the love and respect that Arnold earned in the community during his lifetime and we will always be grateful. Time healsand life goes on but it will never -ever be the same. BEA, VIC, SHEILA AND NORM. I WOULD like to thank Dr. Kusch, Dr. Begg and Dr. Chernoff and all the nurses who were so good to me. Thanks to all who sent cards, flowers, candy, etc. Edith Eide. WE WOULD like to say thank-you so much to all who came to help celebrate our 50th Anniversary. For the cards, gifts, flowers and baking, for the fun and laughter from those who were responsible tor the program. Thanks to our three daughters and husbands for all the planning, preparing the food, gift, flowers and to our grand-daughter Tracy for making the photo album and decorations. To our grandchildren tor the roses and the gift. Thank-you one and all. Harvey and Jean Saoe. PERSONAL 31 AA Alcoholics Anonymous. Phone 665-6727 Accup., REFLEXOLOGY & Myo., for ail health prob-lems. Ph anytime 653 5623. ADULT XXX MOVIES for rent, beta only, no vio-lence, by membership only, phone 652-4949, 0 VdUi 202, 310 Idylwyld Drive North SASKATOON'S ORIGINAL STOP SMOKING AND WEIGHT CONTROL CLINIC Croup rates available For appointment 664-3333 1-800-667-3729 Cash in , with the Classifieds. 653-2100 THE FAR StarPhoenix CLASSIFIED HOLIDAY HOURS PHONE SERVICE Saturday, October Sunday, OctoEer Monday, October Phone 653-2100 Holiday Deadlines are in effect Have a Happy Holiday - Pierce Drive Carefully ALL ESTIMATES FREE Mayfair TV 414 33rd St. W . AMWAY PRODUCTS delivered to your door. 384-0822. ARE YOU PREGNANT? We can help both of you. Birthright 343-6636, Humboldt 682-4010. DIRK'S LOVE SHOP Send $2.00 for catalogue Dirk's Discount Ltd. 11S-20th St. W. S7M 0W8 FUTURE READINGS Madame Karmine will do readings. Call for appointment at 244-8819 GAY LINE PHONE 665-9)29 Healing of a Homosexual Struggle. 933-4137 THE NARROW WAY, P.O. Box 8016. S'toon S7K 4R7 I AM LOOKING to play on a competitive co-ed volley-ball team. Contact Brian at 249-3901. LOVETOUCH Send $3 each COD tor adult lingerie or products catalogue. PO Box 866, WPG, MB. R3C 2P7 SINGLES DANCE 233 PINEHOUSE DRIVE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29TH FROM 9 TILL 2 $6.00 INCLUDES PRIZES & LUNCH CALL 931-6149 BARLEY GREEN DISTRIBUTOR For more info call Stan at 664-2665. BARLEY GREEN, Herbal fibre blend, Wheat Zymes, Japanese Mineral baths, Co-enzyme Q10, Willard's water extra, Bee Propolis. Ann 382-5245, 382-9556. BUYING BEER BOTTLES - Ph: 653-52)9. CRISIS PREGNANCY LINE. 665-7550. Free, Private. CRUISE CONTROL help, advice, checkout, possible repair needed for 78 Olds Omega. 653-0535. MAY THE Sacred Heart of Jesus be praised, adored and glorified throughout the world forever. Say 6 times a day for 9 days. Promis publication. Your prayers will be answered before nineth day. G.H. MEET THE AUTHOR OF OUT OF THE DARK 2:00-3:00 Thurs. - Lawson Heights Safeway Fri. Circle Park Safeway Sat. 33rd & Ave. C No. Safeway MODELS Wanted for hair cuts in mornings. 244-4544 MODERN MODES INVITES you to make an appointment fo meet with the new fall fashions. Unique, Canadian designed casual clothing. Call 653-2835. PALMS & TAROT CARDS READ. 955-5063 RODNEY PLEASE phone Nannie, pm, SASKALONE SINGLES Dance, Fri. Oct. 6, Airliner Hall 3, 810 45th St. W. Western Night. For members & single adults. Newcomers welcome. Music by Davidson Gems. I.D. required. For information phone 373-4676 or 652-4558. SHAKLEE Products. Distributorship avail. 931-2383. SINGLE PARENT 4 plaver bowling league starting, 8-9:30 pm Wednesday, Kerry, 384-2402, Thursdays 8:30-10 pm, Janey or Shannon, 242-3336. SINGLES FOR CHRIST Fri. 7:30 pm. Singing, worship & coffee friendship time. Held at Emmanuel Baptist Church. Phone 477-1234. SINGLE SQUARE Dance Club. Lesson night, Tuesday, Oct 10th. Newcommers welcome, 3rd Ave United Church, 8pm. "SINGLES TODAY" Canada's Largest Introduction Service Call 664-6111. SPEEDOMETER TESTING Why pay expensive Speeding Tickets? Know the true speed of your vehicle. Have your speedometer tested with Modern Radar Testing Equipment. For appointments phone 242-3865. Certificate issued. WELL ROTTED manure, cheap, will load, 1-549-4011. XXX VIDEO - MAGAZINES XXX Novelties - Gifts Lingerie EXXXTASY BOUTIQUE 322 -Ave. B South - 955-3121 XXX VIDEO'S & MAGAZINES. Dirk's Love Shop, 115 20th Street West. 242-0771. HAPPY DAYS SERVICE 34 A & A RENTALS 665-3800 Goats, buzzards, penguins, flamingos, etc. S20 00 del Absolutely The Funniest Service in Toon RENT-A-NERD - 978-2266 Birthdays and Anniversaries are our Speciality! L A. BALLOONS 931-7605, 343-5612. Puppet Show,, clowns, balloon animals 10 off, Wad. Even I can paint better than that!" SIDE By GARY LARSON 7th 1 0am-2pm 8th CLOSED 9th 3pm-6pm STOP LOSE SMOKING 0R WEIGHT 1H TkW ' ' 115 3rd Ave. South 244-PINK 244-PINK CALIFORNIA RAISINS 244-PINK PIGS 244-PINK SKUNKS 244-PINK ELEPHANTS 244-PINK PENGUINS 244-PINK PANDAS 244-PINK CUPIDS 244-PINK FLAMINGOS 244-PINK BALLOONS DELIVERED BY PINK PANTHER, THE SHE DEVI LOR THE MIME. CAL24INjT447W50PfAYEfK A STAR IS BORN 35 BRAUN RYAN and AUDREY are happy to announce the birth of their son Ben Patrick, a brother tor Wade and Clayton. Ben was born Sept. 1, 1989 and weighed 7 lbs. 11 oz. HARDY Byron and Darlene are pleased to announce the arrival of their daughter, Adrienne Leanne. Born at 6:12 a.m. Tuesday, October 3rd. She weighed 9 lbs. 3 ozs. Thanks to Drs. McAlister and Enweani and the nursing staff at Saskatoon City Hospital. MAGNUS - Ryan Everest is pleased to announce his arrival into the world took place at 8:26 pm Tuesday, October 3rd; weighing in at 7 lbs. 10 ozs. Ecstatic parents are Linda and Randy. Proud relatives are Lavina (Baba) and Metro (Gido) Bukurak, Joan (Grandma) and Ross (Grandpa) Magnus and great grandparents Frank Lorenc, Lena Bukurak and Elsie Rundle. Many thanks to Dr. Gilliland and the staff at City Hospital who "Helneri Me Out". HAPPY DAYS 39 FRAN STILL NIFTY AT FIFTY LOVE ORVILLE, CUNT, GLENDA, STU AND LISA BUY IT SELL IT FIND IT Star-Phoenix Classifieds. Phone 653-2100. Mon. Fri. 7:00 a.m. - 7:00.p.m.i Saturday 10:00 a m. 2:00 p.m.! Sunday, 3:00 p.m. -7:00 P.m. Sask. Residents Toll Free 1-800-667-6979.

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