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C SECTION Friday, November 17, 1989 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Star-Phoenix StarPhoenix Office Hours: Monday to Friday 8:00 a m. 4:30 p.m. Classified Telephone hours: Monday to Friday 7:00 a m. 7:06 p.m. Saturdays: 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Sundays: 3:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Lenp Distance Toll Fite 1-800-667-6979 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 BEHERNS The death of Walter Leo Behems, age 37 years, occurred suddenly at his residence at Saskatoon on Monday, November 1 3th, 1 989. Walter was bom June 5th, 1952 in Warman. He resided in Mennon until age 1 2, then moved to Hepburn. At age 1 6, he moved to Saskatoon. Surviving are: three sisters, Ruby (Jack) Beck of White Bear, Sask., Ann (Ervin) Peters ot Hythe, Alberta and Evelyn (Adrian) Carrier of Edmonton, Alberta; three brothers, Bill (Gladys) of Regina, Henry (Darlene) and James (Laura) of Saskatoon; and also numerous nieces and nephews. Walter was predeceased by his parents, Christian and Nettie Behems; and one brother, Clarence. He will be fondly remembered for his hearty laugh and sense of humor. Pallbearers will be: Trevor Behems, Rod Behems, Grant Behems, Jason Carrier, Bari Baker, and Jer-rod Peters. The Funeral Service will be held on Saturday, November 18th, 1989 at 1:00 p.m. trom the Dalmeny Funeral Chapel conducted by Rev. Henry Gossen. Interment will follow in the Warman Cemetery. Arrangements are in care of DALMENY FUNERAL HOME. DUNCAN The passing of Mr. Robert Harold Duncan, age 90 years, of Broderick, Saskatchewan, occurred at Outlook Union Hospital on Wednesday, November 15th, 1989. The Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, November 18th at 2:00 p.m., conducted by Rev. Warren Lift from St. Andrew's United Church in Outlook, Sask. Surviving are his loving wife Jean and numerous nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by three brothers: Errol, Hugh and Kenneth and by his sister, Mae Ramsay. The late Mr. Duncan was bom in Sarnia, Ontario on February 1 st, 1 899. He came to Saskatchewan in 1905 with his family to the Broderick district. He farmed in the Broderick district until his retirement in 1979. He resided in the Village of Broderick until his passing. Mr. Duncan was a friend to everyone and was an avid sportsman, especially enjoying hockey, ball and curling. In lieu of flowers Memorial donations may be made to St. Andrew's United Church, Outlook, Sask., SOL 2NO. The Honorary Pallbearers will be: Ken and Beme Farden, David and Ruth Ramsay, John and Loretta Ballek, Elmer and Esther Benrud and Anne Robertson. Cremation. Interment will take place at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Arrangements are in care ot PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL. GAGNON The death of Joseph Paul Edward Gagnon age 70 years of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, beloved husband of Marjorie occurred in a local hospital on Wednesday, November 1 5th 1 989. The Funeral Service will be held on Saturday, November 18th, 1989 at 2:00 p.m. from Redeemer Lutheran Church, 812 Preston Ave Saskatoon, conducted by Pastor Cindy Halmarson and Daphne Bender (In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Redeemer Lutheran Church Memorial Fund CO Redeemer Lutheran Church, 81 2 Preston Ave Saskatoon). Surviving are: his loving wife, Marjorie; one daughter, Marlys (Herbert) Flamont; and one son, Dale (Lynn) Gagnon; a granddaughter, Diane Gagnon; and a grandson; Derek Gagnon; three brothers, Leslie (Helen) Gagnon of Domremy, Ervin Gagnon of Domremy and Joe (Minnie) Gagnon of Calgary; an aunt, Rose Gagnon of Grand Forks, North Dakota; three brothers-in-law, Arden Gilbertson of Saskatoon, Matt Roy of Domremy, and Kas Yuzik of Kinistino; an uncle, Albert Sarrasin of Prince Albert, as well as numerous cousins. He was predeceased by: his parents, Adelore and Philomene; two sisters, Marie Roy and Claire Yuzik; and one brother, Adelore. Paul was bom in Wakaw, Sask., on October 1st, 1919. He served in World War II from 1941 until his discharge in 1 946. He married Marjorie Gilbertson in Prince Albert on January 6th, 1948. They lived in Prince Albert where Paul was employed at the Prince Albert Lumber and then Beaver Lumber. In 1968 they moved to Saskatoon and Paul worked for the Dundum Military Camp for fifteen years. He then worked for the Hugh Cairns VC Armoury until retiring in 1984. He had resided here until his passing. Paul enjoyed hunting, but fishing was his favorite pass time. He was always there for his family and friends when they needed him. He will be fondly remembered and sadly missed by his family and friends. Cremation. Interment of cremains will follow at a later date. Arrangements are entrusted to the SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME. HAWKINS The death of Hilda Dorothy Hawkins occurred at Wellesley Hospital, in Toronto on Thursday, November 9th, 1989. She was the beloved wife ot the late William R. Hawkins of Stayner, Ontario. She is survived by two sons, William Douglas (Sandra) of Allis-ton, Ontario, and Robert Gordon of Toronto; one sister, Mamie Janzen of Saskatoon; grandchildren, Miranda and William Robert of Alliston. She was predeceased by her husband, William and one sister, Edna Janzen. Cremation. Interment followed in the Stayner Union Cemetery, Stayner, Ontario. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Royal Alexandra Hospital, Edmonton, Alberta or to the March of Dimes. Arrangements were entrusted to the Tofflemire Funeral Home, Stayner, Ontario. Deadlines: 4:30 p.m; lor next days Issue, Musical Equipment Ill Musical Instruction 221 Nursing Homes 25 Office Equipment A Supplies... 147 Office Services 143 Parcel Letter Service 149 Personal Services 250 Pets 270 Photography 191 Poultry 342 Pre-School 109 Produce 330 Rental Stores 322 Restaurant Supplies 17 Rototillers It Rototilling 302 Satellite Dishes 19 Saunas It Hot Tubs 251 Security Systems 105 Shelving 140 Shoe Repair 248 Sound Equipment 214 Swap & Trade 171 Taped Music 242 Tickets SaleWanted 177 Tree Service 310 Tree Spraying 30 TV Rentals 14 Underground Sprinklers 298 Video-Game Equipment 194 Wanted To Rent 180 Wedding Supplies 22 Weight Control Products 254 TRANSPOHAnON Aircraft 4S8 Antique Vehicles 400 Auto Body Repair 415 Auto Financing 40 Auto Leasing 408 Automotive Magailne 45 Auto Repairs & Accessories .... 412 Autos .' 351 Autos Wanted Buses for Sal Car Wash Classic Autos 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, Exocutlvs Editor; Steven Gibb, Managing Editor; Lawrence Gsitsl, Business Manager; Jim Davidson, Advertising Director; Wayne Wohlberg, Circulation Manager; Wltf Popoft, Associate Editor; Eldon Amundson, Controller; Merv Carey, Engineering Development Director; Glen Houle, Production Manager. GESSNER Arnold Paul died peacefully at his home in Mistatim, Sask. on October 28th, 1989, after a long and courageous battle with cancer, at the age of fifty-two. Arnold was bom on June 1 9th, 1 937 to Gertrude and Gerhardt Gessner, in Melfort, Sask. He received his education in the Melfort, Whittome and Good-soil areas. In 1955 he joined the R.C.A.F. and was stationed in Ste. Jeans, Que. and Camp Borden, Ont. On November 15th, 1958 he married Marlene Litzenburger in Mistatim, Sask. To this loving union were bom four children; Connie, Colin, Richard and Morgan. He moved his family to Port Coquitlam, B.C. in 1966. In 1968 he received his welding certificate from the Vancouver Vocational Institute. In 1969 he became a member of (he Marine Workers and Boiler Makers Industrial Union In Vancouver, B.C. and worked in the shipyards for a few years. In 1971 Arnold and Marlene moved their family back to Saskatchewan, and Arnold became a member of the Plumbers and Pipefitters Union, Local 264, in Saskatoon. His career as a construction welder took him to various places and provinces over the years. In 1986 to 1987 Arnold was employed by the R.M. of Dundum, Sask. as a motor grader operator. His last job before his illness was welding at the Prince Albert Pulp Mill in the spring of 1988. In the fall of 1988 Arnold and Marlene moved back to Mistatim where they resided until his death. Arnold was an avid outdoorsman and enjoyed hunting and fishing. His love of life and wonderful sense of humour gained him many friends and acquaintances wherever he went. He will be sadly missed by all who knew him. He was predeceased by his mother Gertrude Gessner (1956), father Gerhardt Gessner (1976), son Colin Gessner (1976), brother Gustav Gessner (1979), a sister Margaret Gunter (1983) and a brother Lawrence Gessner (1988). He leaves to mourn his passing, his loving wife of thirty-one years, Marlene, who remained by his side and cared for him until his death, daughter, Connie Gessner of Saskatoon, and her children Shawn, Amanda and Shad, son and daughter-in-law, Richard and Claudette of Saskatoon, and their children: Dustin and Jaimee, and son Morgan also of Saskatoon. Step-mother, Josephine Gessner (Melfort, Sask.), brothers, Leslie Gessner (Melfort, Sask.), Adrian Gessner (Leduc, Alta.), sisters: Lorraine Senger (B.C.), Gwen Horsefield (New South Wales, Aust.) McCRONE The death of William (Bill) McCrone, in-his 90th year, of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, occurred at his residence on Monday, November 13th, 1989. Surviving are: his daughter, Marjorie (Stephen) Smith of Redding, Calitomia; two grandchildren, Barry Wm. and Wendy; two great grandsons, Timothy and Daniel; and one brother, George McCrone of Hamilton, Ont. Predeceaced by: his wife, Jennie; and ten brothers and sisters. Mr. McCrone was bom, raised and educated in Milngavie, Dunbartonshire, Scotland and came in the early 1920's to Canada. Mr. McCrone retired from Canadian Westing-house in Hamilton, Ontario and came to Saskatoon in 1969. Mr. McCrone was a 32nd degree Scottish Rite Mason and was Past District Deputy Grand Master tor Ontario. Mr. McCrone was an Honorary member of Lodge Progress 92 AF 4 AM and Victory Lodge 144 AF 4 AM since coming to Saskatoon. While in Saskatoon he has been an active member of St John's Cathedral. He was an ardent reader of Rabble Bums authority and enjoyed his family and many friends. The family would appreciate donations to the Scottish Rite Charitable Foundation, 152 George Street, Hamilton, Ontario, L8P 1 E5 or the Masonic Foundation, 36 Elliottwood Cres, Wil-lowdale, Ontario, M2L 2P9. The Memorial Funeral Service will be held Friday, November 1 7th, 1 989 at 2:00 p.m. in St. John's Cathedral, 81 6 Spadina Cres. E. conducted by Very Rev. Robert Blackwell. Masonic Rights will be conducted in the church. Cremation. McKAGUES FUNERAL CHAPEL are in charge of arrange-ments. MANGER Mr. Sebastian Manger of Red Deer passed away at the Red Deer Regional Hospital on November 13, 1989 at the age of 84 years. Mr. Manger was bom on June 19, 1905 in West Germany. He is survived by his loving wife, Catherine Manger (nee Nissen); one son, Tony Manger and his wife Carol of Red Deer; one daughter, Barbara Milligen and her husband David of Red Deer; two stepsons, Don Nissen and his wife Mary Anne of Edmonton and Norm Nissen and his wife Vicki of Oakville, Ontario; a stepdaughter, Carol Nissen ot Kamloops, B.C.; 16 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren; a brother, Valentine Manger and a sister, Barbara Fischer, both in West Germany; several nieces and nephews; and a very dose friend, Louis Weisenberger. He was predeceased by a brother Joseph and a sister Marie. Funeral Mass will be held at St. Mary's Catholic Church, 6 McMillan Avenue, Red Deer on Saturday, November 1 8, 1 989 at 1:00 p.m. with The Reverend Edward J. Baird, C.S.C., Celebrant. Arrangements in care ot EVENTIDE FUNERAL CHAPELS, 4930 - 54 Street, Red Deer. Phone 1-403-347-2222 4:30 p.m. Fri. for Sat. and Mon. issues Garages (or Lease ....... Grain Trailers Grain Trucks Leather A Vinyl Parking for Lease Reconditioned Batteries Semi Trailers; Service Stations Sports Cars Towing Service Truck Leasing Truck Repairs A Accessories... Trucks for Sale Trucks Industrial Trucks Semi Trailers..... Trucks Wanted Vans A Accessories Van Rentals Vehicle Storage 444 43 432 418 48 414 439 40 39 472 424 429 439 440 41 420 470 aicaiATtoM All Terrain Vehicles Bicycles Boats A Accessories Campers A Trailers Campers A RV's for Rent Camping Equipment Dune Buggies Flat Deck Trailers Golf Carts Motorcycles A Accessories RV's Motor homes Skiing Equipment Snowmobiles A Accessories Sporting Goods Tents A Tarpaulins .'. 496 47 484 488 490 500 494 498 50 480 492 515 511 504 508 TRAMS AND MOftSSKMS Accountants 696 Accountants (Chartered) 92 Architect Drattsperson 523 Artists A Designers 525 AsphaltPaving 25 Basements 539 Bathrooms 588 Brick Driveways 23 404 452 413 402 OSMACHENKO George Osmachenko, age 72 years, of 1 1 6 Ave F South, Saskatoon, passed away suddenly at his residence. The Funeral Service will be held on Friday, November 17th at 2:30 p.m. from Westwood Funeral Chapel, Ave N and 20th St. conducted by Rev. S. Dingwall. Surviving are: his wite, Olga; his son, Wayne (Pauline) of Calgary; his grandson, Kevin; one sister, Olive (Peter) Evashen-ko ol Saskatoon; three brothers, William of Saskatoon, Jack (Leah) of Sonningdale, Sask., and Daniel (Nettie) of Saskatoon; numerous nieces and nephews; and many friends. He was predeceased by: his parents; one sister, Pauline; and two brothers, Dick and John. The late Mr. Osmachenko was bom and raised in the Struan, Sask. District and farmed there until moving to Saskatoon. After moving to Saskatoon George was employed with Patrick Construction and later with the City of Saskatoon until retiring. Interment will take place in Woodlawn Cemetery. Arrangements are in care of WESTWOOD FUNERAL CHAP- EL (653-3434). SCOTT The passing of Mrs. Myrtle Scott (nee Cunningham) age 91 years of Lutheran Sunset Home in Saskatoon occurred at her residence on Wednesday, November 15th, 1989. The Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, November 18th at 1:30 p.m. conducted by Rev. Heather Kleiner from the Chapel of the Lutheran Sunset Home, 1212 Osier Street, Saskatoon. Surviving are: her son, Dr. Robert S. Scott (Judy) of Eau Claire, Wisconsin, U.S. A.; four grandchildren, Robert (Duff) Scott of East Hartford, Conn., U.S.A., Susan Scott of Eau Claire, Wisconsin, U.S.A., Cameron Watson and Sandra (Darryl) Millar ot Saskatoon; three great-grandchildren, Dustin, Harley and Taylor Millar of Saskatoon. She was predeceased by: her husband, Sparling, her son, Gordon, who was shot down over the English Channel in 1 942; a daughter, Marjorie (Mrs. Ed Watson)in 1987 and by a half-brother Fred Cunningham of Vancouver, B.C. The late Mrs. Scott was bom Myrtle Cunningham at Cartwright, Manitoba on October 26tn, 1898. She was raised at Mortlach, Saskatchewan and received her education there. She received her Nurses training at Prince Albert, Sask. She married Sparling Scott in 1 920 and they lived in Moose Jaw, Brandon, Man., Saskatoon, Calgary, Alta, and Regina, Sask., before returning to Saskatoon after her husband's retirement. In Brandon and later in Saskatoon Mrs. Scott was an active member of the Eastern Star. Memorial donations may be made to Lutheran Sunset Home, 1212 Osier Street, Saskatoon, S7N 0T9, or to a charity of the Donor's choice. Cremation. Arrangements are in care of PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL. THIESSEN The death ot Peter B. Thiessen, age 64 years of Hague, occurred on November 14th, 1989. The Funeral Service will be held on Saturday, November 18th, 1989 at 2:00 p.m. from the Grace Mennonite Church in Neuanlage Village (South of Hague) conducted by Pastor Henry Janzen and Rev. John Janzen. Surviving are his loving wife Joan ; two children and four grandchildren, Jean (Pete) Miller and children Jeff, and Shannon of Hague, Jerry Thiessen and children Coralie, and Raymond of Hague, mother Maria Thiessen of Saskatoon; three sisters and three brothers Tena(Cari)Friesen of Taber, Alberta, Henry (Helen) Thiessen of Rosthern, Anne (Korney) Martens of Fiske, Harold (Emily) Thiessen of New Westminster, B.C., Bill (Marianne) Thiessen of Calgary and Mary (Vic) Reimer of Rosthern. He was predeceased by his parents Peter and Katherina Thiessen and one granddaughter Shauna Miller. Interment will be made in the Hague Cemetery. Arrangements are care of FUNK'S FUNERAL HOME, ROSTHERN. WHITTET, Thomas Robert (Tom) (Royal Canadian College of Organists, member of Masonic Scottish Rite Imperial Lodge, Saskatoon) On Monday, October 30th, 1989 at Oakville-Trafalgar Memorial Hospital, Tom Whittet in his 80th year. Beloved husband of Ellen Cecile. Dear father of Marilyn (Mrs. Bill Walker), Shirley (Mrs. Mervyn Falk) and Robert and his wife Donna. Sadly missed by nine grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Brother ot Fred and George of Saskatchewan. Predeceased by sister Edith and brothers, Arthur and John. Mr. Whittet was former Assistant Managerot the Sask. Wheat Pool Flour Mill. Funeral service at St. Jude's Anglican Church, (William and Thomas Streets), Oakville, on Friday afternoon at 1 :30 p.m. Cremation. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Alzheimers Society of Peel, P.O. Box 482, Station A, Mississauga, L5A 9Z9. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 7 ACADIADRIVEFUNERALCHAPEL 955-100 - 915 Acedia Drive HENRI PAULHUS JOHN SCHACHTEL McKAGUE'S FUNERAL CHAPELS ROBERT MCKAGUE DONALD NEWBIGGING Phone 4-3131, 300 3rd Ave. S. PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL GREG M. LALACH & DAVID J. SCHURR 311 3RD AVE. NO. 244-2103 SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME W. Arnold EdwardSf Robert F. Daurle. Lars Nissen Ph. 2445577 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 A Cremation Service 477-223 PRAIRIE VIEW CHAPEL Memorial and Cremation Services. Highway II South 242-7804 Box 201 LEGACIES MEMORIAL 19 ALZHEIMER ASSOC. OF SASKATCHEWAN INC. Gratefully accepts memorial donations and legacies for education and research. Tax deductible. P.O. Box 1876, Regina, Sask. S4P 3E2 ARSCOTT & ASSOCIATES ... Lite insurance, annuity brokers and charity-donation consultants. 665-6111 IN MEMORIAMS 23 CHAMBERS In loving memory of Stanley Yeoman Chambers who passed away Nov 16 1972. In that land beyond tomorrow There will surely be a day When we'll once more see our loved one Who has only gone away. Always remembered by wife, Mildred, family and grandchildren. KUNTTZ in loving memory ot Mike, husband father grandfather, who died November 17th 1963. For us he was always there To give us his love and care Even when he was in pain He would smile and not complain We miss him everyday As we travel along lites yay Lovingly remembered by wife Anne family and grand- children. LUTZ In memory of my dear wife Grace Lillian Lutz who passed away November 19th 1969. As time unfolds another year Memories keep you ever near Silent thoughts of time together Hoid memories that will last forever. Always remembered and missed by her husband Bill. MURRAY In loving memory of Isabelle loving mother, grandmother and great grandmother who passed away November 17th, 1979. For us you were always there To give us your love and care Even when you were in pain You would smile and not complain We miss you everyday As we travel along life's way. Lovingly remembered and sadly missed by Coral Fred and family. ROMANIUK In loving memory of Annie, a dear wife and mother who passed away November 17th 1985. Four sad and lonely years have passed Since our great sorrow feil The shock that we received that day We still remember well it's lonely here without her We miss her so each day For life is not the same for us Since she was called away They say time heals all sorrow And helps us to forget But so far time has only proved How much we miss her yet. Lovingly remembered and deeply missed, husband Jer ry, daughter Phyllis and son Nick. SCHATKOSKE in loving memory of our dear daughter and sister Rhonda Lee, whopassedaway Nov. 17th, 1981 . Nothing isforgottenof the ioys that we onceknew. We cherish and remember Every moment spent with you. Love Mom, Dad and Kevin. CARD OF THANKS 27 DUDDRIQGE LEONARD JOHN. Our family wouid like to extend our sincere appreciation to ait family and friends for their love and sympathy through visits cards flowers food and charitable donations. Thank you to the doctors and nurses at City Hospital's Coronary Care Unit with special thanks to Nurse Linda. Thanks also to Rev. Dick Hetherin9ton the Royal Canadian Legion and the Hanley UCW for their part in the memorial service. Special heartfelt thanks go to pallbearers Reg Harrision and Jimmy Holland. THE FAMILY of Arnold Gessner would like to express their appreciation and thanks to ail who attended the funeral and helped in any way. Special thanks to the Plumbers and Pipefitters Union Local 264 of Saskatoon for the beautiful floral arrangement and donation, and also to the Mistatim Lutheran Ladies for serving lunch. THE FAMILY of Charles Scandrett, Radisson wish to thank those who assisted at his funeral. For cards flowers, food and the lunch served. And to the staff at Borden Hospital and Extendicare. Donations to Borden Hospital and for friendship over the many years Of his life. THE FAMILY of the late Bernice Roberts would like to express their sincere thank you to relatives and friends for the flowers, cards, and baking. Your kindness, understanding, and help will always be remembered and appreciated. Mack, Cathy, Bob, and Scott Roberts. PERSONAL 31 AA Alcoholics Anonymous. Phone 665-6727 ADOPTEE LOOKING for info, leading to location of birth mother. Born in Saskatoon City Hospital, Phyllis Irene Breen, Dec. 16th 1965. Mother also born Dec. 16th. Any information please forward to Box 171C Star Phoenix, Saskatoon, Sask. S7K 2P1 ALL ESTIMATES FREE - Mavfair 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. STOP SMOKING LASER THERAPY TREATMENT SEPARATE WEIGHT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM NEW STRESS PROGRAM AVAILABLE For Appointment o, Information call: 374-1441 1-800-667-8458 Laser World Therapy Centre SUITE 411, 3301 BthSlEaat (Locally owned and operaled) CHRISTMAS MONEY MAKER! Get your orsaniza-tion to sell birthday calendars. 374-0400 or 955-9991. CRISIS PREGNANCY LINE. 65-7550. Free, Priyate. w Vctco. 6 202, 310 Idytwyld Drive North STOP SMOKING AND WEIGHT CONTROL CLINIC For appointment 94 664-3333 DIRK'S LOVE SHOP Send 12 00 for catalogue Dirk'S Discount Ltd. Il5-20lh St. W. S7M OWO FOR RELIEF ol migrains, arthritis, lower back pain, whiplash, call stan anytime at 53-5201. FOR WATKINS PRODUCTS call 283-4504. FREE FILM See a 12week old baby. Film and discussion on the unborn child, 7 : 30 p.m., Nov. 22 Rusty Macdonald Library; Nov. 26, Frances Morrison Library. FUTURE READINGS Madame Karmine will do readings. Call for appointment at 244-8819 GAY LINE - PHONE 665-9129 GOALTENDER WANTING to play in Senior hockey league. Cali Darcy at 934-2951 after 6pm. Healing of a Homosexual Struggle. 9334137 THE NARROW WAY, P.O. Box 8016, S'foon S7K 4R7 SASKALONE SINGLES Dance Sat. Nov. IMUrliner Hall 1, 610 45th St. W. Appropriate dress. For members & single adults. Newcomers welcome. Music by Frank Ball. I D. required. For information phone 373-4676 or 652-4556. THE FAR IF YOU have any info on my NtkonTamron camera equipment, missing since Oct 14th please call Ivan at 653-1740, cash reward is offered. INTERNATIONALLY DESIGNED LINGERIE Order in the privacy of your own home or office For appointment call 249-0429. LINGERIE catalogue featuring variety of styles. Sizes S-2XL. Send $4.00 to Soft 'n Sheer Boutique, Dept. S6, 1570 16th St. Brandon, Man. R7A 5CS. LOVETOUCH - send $3 each for adult lingerie or prod ucts catalogue to P.O. Box 866, WPG., MB., R3C 2P7 OIL OF MINK Rosemarie Collection skin care prod ucts for sale. 25 off. Mens products 35 off. 3840260. OIL OF MINK, Rosemarie collection, skin care products for sale, 50 off, 384-6582. PALMS 8t TAROT CARDS READ. 955-5063 PRUD'HOMME ARENA now taking bookings for tournaments, ice rentals, affordable & free. More de tails phone Preston 3821555. RAWLEIGH GOLDEN PRIDE PRODUCTS. Dealerships available. Phone 244-8393. RENT A SANTA: 343-5730. RESPONSIBLE Canadian and oriental ladies, all a9es seeking housekeeping opportunities exchange for ac-commodation.etc. Ph: 1-604-547-2020 anytime, 7 days. SALE October 17th & 18th in wini sumiis Christmas Gifts IKMNNU Kit $31,95 Wine Cone. 15 otf Beer Mali $10.95 NEW Coffee Flavors Hazelnut, Irish Cream B52 HOME KIWI IS SPECIALTY CIRClt CENTO MALL STH ST. L Pfo 3744944 SASKATOON SINGLE Parents Association Dance Friday November 17th Airliner Hail 3 music by '85 Special. Membership or hospitalization card required at the door. For more info, call 242-4797 or 6526859. SASKATOON SINGLES CLUB WIHbehoidingadanceon Saturday November IdthatKof C hall (639 Main St.) 9pm2am. Great taped music for average 89e 25-45. Admission $6 with lunch & refreshments available. Hospitalization required for guests at door, also membership cards required from members at door. For more info phone 934-2568 or 3439444. SASKATOON'S NEWEST Reflexology and Massage Centre, now open downtown location. For appoint-ment call 6535201. SHAKLEE Products. Distributorship avail. 931-2383. SINGLES dance, Fri, Nov 17th, 9pm2am. Live band Spectrum. Cover charge$2. 233 Pinehouse Dr. 934-6149. Members & guests, memberships avail at door. SINGLES DANCE Friday November, 17th Parktown Hofei. Adm $6.00. DJ music. Lunch served. 244-5564 SINGLES FOR CHRIST Fri. 7:30 pm. Singing worship & coffee friendship time. Held at Emmanuel Baptist Church. Phone 4771234. "SINGLES TODAY" Canada's Largest Introduction Service Call -111. Soft laser Is painless, harmless and has no side effects. Your one quick visit removes nicotine craving and our treatment also includes appetite suppressants. 1 30 Idylwyld Drive N. 653-5757 SUPPORTIVE COUNSELLING tor gay men & lesbi-ans on coming out, relationships, A I PS, etc. 52-3399. TAROUASTROlOGYa Readings by SANTANA, Psychic advisor, business or personal. Call from 9:00-9:00 p.m. 241-7668. XXX VIDEO'S & MAGAZINES. Dirk's Love Shop, 115 20th Street West. 22-077). XXX VIDEOS XXX Magazines - Novelties - Lingerie Buy Sell Rent Exchange BEST SELECTION BEST PRICES Only at IXXXTASY BOUTIQUE 322 Ave. B - 955-3121 HAPPY DAYS SERVICE 34 A & A RENTALS 665-3800 Goats, buzzards, penguins, flamingos, etc. $20.00 del. Absolutely The Funniest Service in Toon RENT-A-NERD - 978-2266 Birthdays and Anniversaries are our Speciality! L.A. BALLOONS 931-7805 343-5612. Puppet Shows, clowns, balloon animals 10 off, Wad. SAY IT WITH 244-PINK Flamingos, Pigs, Skunks, Elephants, Penguins, Pandas, Cupids or California Grapes. Booking 7 days a week across town or across the country. Call 244-PINK (2-75l 8 A M. - 10 P.M. SEND IT WITH 244-PINK BALLOON DELIVERIES done anywhere in the city by the Pink Panther, the She-Devil or the Mime. Booking 7 days a week. Call 244-PINK (244-745) The Star-Phoenix will be responsible lor only the first Incorrect InsertfQn. Please check your advertisement. SISE By GARY LARSON STRIP-O-GRAMS ANY MESSAGE ANYWHERE - ANYTIME MANY CHARACTERS 249-0429. A STAX IS BORN 35 ITS A GIRL Campbell Brian and Bev Campbell are happy to announce the arrival ol their second child, Robyn Winifred, born on November 7th, 1989, weighing 7 lbs and ozs. A llttlesister lor Riley, Proud grandparentsareWinnieand Bill Logan, Biggar, Sask., and Belly and Wayne Camp-bell. Vanscoy, Sask. TERRANCE & BRIAN HAND would like to announce the birth of their brother, Sheldon Thomas, born October 30th, weighing 7 lbs, lOVi ounces. Proud parents are Earl and Janice. Grandparents are Harold and Joan Wiebe, and Peter Derkacz. Great grandparents are John and Elizabeth Peters, and Anna Weibe, and a big thank you to Dr. Afridi, Dr. Sallam, and Dr. Kenny, and all the nurses on the maternity ward at City Hospital for the special care we received. YAHOLNITSKY - Kim, Lori and Samantha are pleased to announce the arrival of a son and brother, Samuel Alexander on November 2nd, 1989 at 6:48 a m. at City Hospital. Many thanks to Dr. Brydon and the two Ruths. HAPPY DAYS 39 AT 41 SHE IS ONE WHO WITH HER WE WILL HAVE FUN FRIENDS AND relatives are invited to a come and go tea to honor Laura Gould's 80th Birthday on Sunday, Novemer 19th, 1989 from 2:30 to 5:00 p.m. at St. Thomas Wesley United Church, Ave H & 20th Street, Saskatoon. No gilts please. LORDT, LORDY, MOM'S NOT 40 BUT SHE'S PRETTY DARN CLOSE! HAPPY 38TH LOVE YOUR FAMILY "THETRAINORBEUS ARE RINGINGAND ALL YOUR FRIENDS WILL BE THERE!" 1 s a

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