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Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada • Page 35

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
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The StarPhoeiiix Friday, October 18, 1991 PHONE: 653-2100 FROST Herbert (Bert), formerly of Sask ARNOLD The death of Stanley (Stan) Clarence Arnold, age 81 years, of Saskatoon, The StarPhoenix Richard Thompson Executive Vice-President Bill Peterson Executive Editor Steven Gibb Managing Editor WilfPopoff Associate Editor Lawrence Geisel Business Manager Jim Davidson Advertising Manager Wayne Wohlberg Circulation Manager EldonAmundson Controller GlenHoule Production Manager Direct dial numbers for: Switchboard 652-9200 Editorial 664-8231 Circulation 664-8320 Classified 653-2100 Display 664-8340 f- 1 3 Subscription Rates: Home delivery in Saskatoon and NDM area $10.20 per month. Mail rates in Canada $34.20 per month, U.S.A. and Foreign $50.00 per month. Rural Inquiries may phone 1-800-667-2008. ANNOUNCEMENTS I atoon passed away in Thunder Bay on Octo ber 16th. Surviving are a daughter and three sons and tamines, two sisters in basKatcon and a brother in Osoyoos, B.C. JAN Miss Virginia Constance Jan, age 64, late of Saskatoon and formerly of Toronto, Ontario, died at St. Paul's Palliative Care Unit, Saskatoon on Wednesday, October 16th 1991. Service of Remembrance will be held from Acadia Drive McKague's Funeral Chapel (Eighth Street East and Acadia Drive) on bat urdav, October 1 9th at 1 :00 p.m. with Rev. Fr. Joseph Penny CSB officiating. The late Miss Jan is survived by three sisters and one brother, Frances (Joseph) Perigny of Lafleche, Eleanor (John) Yeaman of Birch Hills, Alfred (Irene) Jan ot Assini boia, Sask. and Agnes Babak of Saskatoon: also thirty-six nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her parents, Alexander and Elizabeth (Barr) Jan; twin sisters, Adeline and Adrienne (1913); and an infant brother; her sister husband, William Babak nyU). Vir ginia Jan was bom June 19th, 1927 in the Lafleche District, Sask. In 1932 she moved with her sister Aqnes to Saskatoon and attend ed the Sask. School for the Deaf (now called R.J.D. Williams School for the Deaf and grad uated in 1 945. She worked as a hairdresser for a short period, until being employed with Mod em Press for two years. In 1 951 she moved to Toronto, where she worked at various jobs until landing a career with MacLean Hunter Publishing Co. as a customer service clerk. In March 1990, she retired due to ill health, after nearly thirty years with the company. She en joyed various handicrafts and was involved wltn a lot ot organizations tor the deat in i oron-to. Cremation with inter of cremains in St. Radagonde Catholic Cemetery, Lafleche, Sask. Memorials, in lieu of others, may be directed to St. Pauls Palliative Care Unit (1702 20th Street West, Saskatoon, S7M 0Z9). Funeral arrangements are entrusted to ACADIA DRIVE McKAGUE'S FUNERAL CHAPEL (955-1600). PRUDEN The death of Mr. Fred R. Pruden, age 83 years of Saskatoon, Sask. occurred in St. Paul's Hospital Palliative Care Unit on Tuesday, October 15th, 1991. The Funeral Service will be held on Friday, October 18th, 1991 from the Church of Christ, 2240 Albert Street, Saskatoon, Sask. at 1 :00 p.m. con ducted by Bob Parker. Surviving are his loving family, Elsie Duerks of Lethbridge, Alberta, Oliver (Vicki) Pruden of Fort McMurray, Alberta, Linda Campbell of Saskatoon, Delores (Ray) Guest of Brooks, Alberta, Arthur (Franceses) Pruden of Calgary, Alberta and son-in-law, Keith Campbell of Lethbridge; twelve grandchildren annd two great grandchildren; two sisters, Rose Major of Duncan, B.C. and Aqnes Leitz ot Gibbons, Alberta; also, numerous nieces and nephews. Mr. Pruden was predeceased by his wife, Ella Pruden on May 23rd, 1989; his grandson, Trevor Guest on June 3rd, 1987; four brothers, Jim, John Bob and Tom; two sisters, Mary and Annie. Fred was bom in Haywood, Manitoba on March 29th, 1908. He homesteaded with his parents at the age of four at Wynyard, Sask. Fred and Ella were married June 28th, 1936 at Wynyard and they moved to Sask atoon in 1957. Fred was employed by the Labourer's Union until his retirement in 1973. In younger years, he played the violin at com munity dances in the Wynyard area. He also was a member of the Royal Canadian Legion, Saskatoon Branch 19. He will be sadly missed by his family and friends. A Special thanks to the staff of the St. Paul's Hospital Palliative Care Unit. In lieu of flowers, dona tions may be made to the St. Paul's Hospital Palliative Care Unit, 1 702 zutn street west, Saskatoon, Sask. S7M OZ9 or the Western Christian College, P.O. Box 5000, Dauphin, Man. R7N 2V5. Interment will be made in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. McKAGUE'S FUNERAL CHAPEL are in charge of the arrangements. (664-3131). BERG The passing of Mr. Henry Frank Berg, age 82 years of Saskatoon, occurred after a lengthy illness on Tuesday, October 1 5tn, 1 991 1 he Funeral bervice win oe neia on Friday, October 18th at 2:00 p.m. conducted by Pastor Leroy Nicholls from Riverbend Church of God, 306 Saquenay Drive, burviv- ing are one son, Amie (Marlene) of Saskatoon; one granddaughter, Debra (Rev. Alan Jacques) Berg of Saskatoon; two sisters, Term Dyck of Saskatoon and Bertha (Jim) Lochheed of Vancouver, B.C.; two brothers, Peter (Clair) of North Battleford, Sask. and John (Nina) of Summeriand, B.C.; one sister- in-law, I rierece berg of baskatoon ana numerous nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his wife, Lillian in 1 968 and by three brothers, Gustav, Jake and Frank. The late Mr. Berg was bom in the Langham district of Saskatchewan on September 9th, 1909 and took his schooling at Mayfair school in Saskatoon. After completing his education, he started working for the Hudson Bay Company, where he worked for forty seven years until his retirement in December of 1 971 He married Lillian Bashforth on June 7th, 1930 and they made Saskatoon their home. He had and made many friends over the years. He was a very caring person, and was always willing to help relatives and friends. Henry enjoyed sports, especially golf and was also, for many years a timekeeper at the Saskatoon Quakers Hockey Games. He was keenly interested in woodworking and his handiwork is in many of his relatives and friends homes. He was a volun teer at the Saskatoon Convalescent Home for several years before becoming a resident there in February of 1991. In lieu of flowers, Memorial donations may be made to the Heart Stroke Foundation of Saskatchewan 279 Third Avenue North, Saskatoon, S7K 2H8. Interment will take place at Woodlawn Cemetery. Arrangements are in care of PARK FUNtFlAL (JHArtL. HARTZ The sudden death of Terry Hartz, 38 years old of Saskatoon occurred on October 15th, 1991. Terry is survived by his parents, Marie and Louis Hartz of Saskatoon; his brother, Karl; and sister, Louise of Saskatoon; and his sister, Linda Shore of Victoria, B.C.; Aunts Tillie and Tina of Saskatoon, Aunt Lena of Roblin, Manitoba. Also, his aunts Alice Ra-panos, Jennie Heslop and Anne Erikson of Vancouver, B.C.; Uncle Karl of Nepean, Ontario; Uncle Jack and Aunt Betty Aspelund of North Battleford. Terry attended North Park Public School and City Park Collegiate. He played football for the City Park Cowboys. Terry worked at various jobs in and around Saskatoon. In lieu of flowers, donations will be gratefully accepted to the Faith Lutheran Church Memorial Fund, 2801 Preston Saskatoon, Sask. S7J 2G8. Funeral Service will be held on Friday, October 18th, 1991, from Faith Evangelical Lutheran Church, 2801 Preston Ave. at 2:00 p.m. with Pastor Jim Bork officiating. Interment will be made in Woodlawn Cemetery, Saskatoon, Sask. McKA-GUE'S FUNERAL CHAPEL are in charge of the arrangements. (664-3131) HEGGSTROM The death of Jami Wray Heggstrom age 18 years of Saskatoon oc curred accidentally on uctoDer loin, iswi. The Funeral Service will be held on Saturday, October 19th, 1991 at 1:00 p.m. from the Chapel of the Saskatoon Funeral Home. Me morial conations may oe maae to ine orui-drens Wish Foundation (Box 309, Saskatoon, SK, S7K 3L3) or The Ronald McDonald House (1011 University Saskatoon) and would be appreciated in lieu of flowers. Surviving are nis loving parents, veme ana uonna; nis sister. Lori and her friend. Darrell; hisgrandmoth- ers, LouElla Heggstrom of Kinistino and Elva Wall ot Weldon, sk; nis aunts ana uncies, Russell Wall, Gail Ross and her son, Todd, Marlene and Leonard Beal and their children, Trevor, Mark and Greg, Murray and Mavis Wall and their children, Serna and Allyson, Kathryn and Perry Carswell and their children, Kelsi and Alex; his special friends, Mick Gusi-koski and Shawn Evans. He was predeceased by his grandfathers, Edwin Heggstrom and Moses Wall and an aunt, Doris Heggstrom. Jami was bom on August 5th, 1973 in Saskatoon where he was raised and received his education, graduating from Mount Royal Collegiate in June of 1991. Jami enjoyed participating in most sports and enjoyed his car. At the time of his death, Jami was employed with Peter's Surveyors. Jami will always be remembered for his quick wit and will be sadly missed by his family and friends. Courtesy parking south of the Chapel of the SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME, corner of 4th Ave-nue at 25th Street. LEMON The passing of Lena May Lemon, of Conquest, Sask. occurred on Thursday, October 1 7th, 1 991 at the Outlook Union Hospital at the age of 68 years. She leaves to mourn, her daughter, Arlene (Perry) Gursky of Vanscoy, four sons, Walter (Gloria) Lemon of Saskatoon, Doug (Debbie) Lemon of Conquest, Hugh (Nancy) Lemon of Con--quest and Ray (Marion) Lemon of Conquest; eight grandchildren; three sisters; and one sister-in-law. A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, October 1 9th, 1 991 at 2:00 D.m. at the Conquest United Church, Conquest, Sask. with Nancy Stephenson officiating. The interment of cremains will be in the Fertile Valley Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Outlook Union Hospital or the Conquest United Church or the Conquest School Play ground Fund would be appreciated. Arrangements are in care of the Outlook Funeral Chapel. ST ARKS The death of Reginald Charles Starks, age 69 of Naicam, formerly of Colon- say, occurred peacefully on October 16, 1991 in Spalding Hospital, after a courageous year and a half battle with cancer. Reg will be fondly remembered and sadly missed by his loving family: wife, Rose; son, Robert (Frances) of Naicam; and two daughters, Shirley (Barry) Armstrong of Nanaimo, B.C. and Thelma (Sid) Roenspies of Naicam; and eight grandchildren; one brother, Victor (Ann) of Calqarv; and two sisters, Rena Wilson of Kamloops and Dora (Bert) Franson of Saskatoon. Reg was in the Royal Canadian Air Force during the second world war during which time he married his first wife, Ann Messaros. Ann was deceased in 1978. Reg married his second wife Rose Be- lezney in 1980. Rose has two sons, Elwood and Doug Belezney and eight grandchildren. Reg was predeceased by his father Ben in 1964 and his mother Rita in 1973. Reg was currently president of the Naicam Legion Branch. He served on the Credit Union Board for 21 years. He was treasurer for the United Church for many years. At present he was a board member for the Pentecostal Church. He was active in curling for many years. Reg farmed with his son Robert at Naicam. At present he was retired. The Funeral Service will be held on Saturday, October 1 9th, 1 991 at 2:00 p.m. at the Pentecostal Church in Nai cam, conducted by Pastor Ira Sanderson. Pallbearers will be members of the Naicam Legion. Arrangements are entrusted to PETERS FUNERAL HOME, Naicam. In lieu of flowers, make donations to a charity of your own choice. Sunny Pant Cloudy Cloudy Showers T-slorms Ram Ice Flurries Snow Low Pressure High Pressure (CP) Resort Temperatures occurred peacefully on October 14th, 1991 after a lengthy illness. The Funeral Service will be held on Tuesday, October 22nd, 1991 at 1:30 p.m. in the Chapel of the Saskatoon Funeral Home, conducted by the Rev. Dr. Alan Minarcik. Stan will be fondly remembered and sadly missed by his loving tamily, wife, Molly; three daughters, Bart) Arnold, Linda (Ian) Berry of Saskatoon, Gail Aquila of Edmonton; two sons, Joe Arnold of baskatoon and Stewart (Dianne) Arnold of Wabamum, Alberta; seven grandchildren, Owain Rhys Berry, Saskatoon, Blair (Carmen) Aquila, Nicky (Cary) Bushel, Gina Aquila, Mark Aquila, Lisa (David) Mitch ell, Steven Arnold, all of Edmonton; one great grandson, Cory Mitchell of Also surviving are four sisters, Pauline Betker and Sylvia Sewell of Saskatoon, Edith Boulton of Lindsay, tva ((jeorge) McHadu of Duncan, B.C.; a brother, John Arnold of Circle Pines, Minnesota; sisters-in-law, Dora Arnold and Flo (Harold) Summach of Saskatoon, Ruth (Gary) Miller of Islington, brothers- in-law, Bob (Larre) Lipsett, John (Mary) Lipsett and Evan Morgan, all of Saskatoon; and many nieces and nephews, btan was predeceased by his parents, Ellen (1957) and Joseph Arnold (1972); his sister, Elsie Morgan (1991); and three brothers, Alan (1986) and Russel and Joe Ivan in infancy. He was born on May 22nd, 1910 in Minitonas, Manitoba coming to Saskatoon in his late teens. He worked for the Hudson Bay Arthur Rose Dry Cleaners and Great West Saddlery before joining the salesman's staff of George Weston's Company, first with the I. B.C. then Paulin Chambers. He worked as a traveller for 39 years, was a member of the A.C.T. for 54 years and the North West Commercial Traveller's for 55 years and was a member of the Granite Curling Club for many years. Stan loved the outdoors and was an avid hunter and fisherman. He had a great fondness for children and animals and was happiest when surrounded by children. He spent many hours in his workshop and built hundreds of bird houses for the Boy Scouts. He was always ready to lend a helping hand when needed. In lieu of flowers, those who so wish may make a donation in Stan's memory to either the Children's Wish Foundation of Canada, 1730 McPherson Court, Unit 30, Pickering, L1 3E6 or the Palliative Care Unit, St. Paul's Hospital, Saskatoon. Interment will take place at a later date. May you always walk in sunshine, And God's love around you flow, For the Happiness you gave us, No one will ever know. Arrangements have been entrusted to the SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME. PUETZ The death of Isidor Puetz of Sask atoon and formerly of Marysburg, SK occurred on October 15th, 1991 at St. Paul's Hospital after a short illness. Mr. Puetz had farmed in the Humboldt area and had been actively in volved in community affairs until his retirement into baskatoon in 1968. isiaor is lovingly remembered by 13 children, Delaphine (Alex) Wesling of Humboldt, SK, Mildred Cameron of Calgary, AB, Beatrice (George) Parker of Regina, SK, Irene (Gwilym) Evans of Richmond, BC, Bernice (Jack) Pasmeny of Saskatoon, SK, Bernadine Drought of Medicine Hat, AB, Dartene (Steve) Detresne of Edmonton, AB, Gerald (Connie) Puetz of Marysburg, SK, Sheila (Murray) Faul of Grande Prairie, AB, Murray (Beverly) Puetz of Marysburg, SK, Robert (Dfihorah) Puetz of Calnarv. AB. An nette Puetz of Vancouver, BC and Linda (Dwiqht) Johnson of Armstrong, BC; 46 grand children; 23 great-grandchildren; a son-in- law, Philip Muencn of baskatoon, bK; two brothers, Bernard (Alice) Puetz of Humboldt, SK and Joseph (Marie) Puetz of Salmon Arm, BC; two sisters, Rose Skalicky of Surrey, BC and Marie Rieder of Qualicum Beach, BC. Isidor was predeceased by his second wife, Agnes; his first wife, Katharine; his parents, Matmas and Catherine: a daughter, Mane Muench two sons, Elmer and Isidor Jr. a son-in-law, Tom Cameron; a grandson, Bradley Faul; a sister, Cecilia Walz; brothers, Quirin and Raymond; and brothers-in-law, Bill Walz, Joe Skalicky, Henry Rieder, Arnold Doppler, John Pape and Peter Leier. Prayers will be said on Friday, October 18th, 1991 at 7:30 p.m. from the Assumption R.C. Church in Marysburg, SK. The Funeral Mass will be offered on Saturday, October 19th, 1991 at 10 a.m. from the Assumption R.C. Church in Marysburg, SK with Rev. Fr. Philip Loehr O.S.B., Rev. Fr. Lawrence DeMong O.S.B., and Fr. Len Cyr as concelebrants. Interment will follow in the Assumption R.C. Cemetery In Marysburg, SK. An Honor Guard will be formed by the Knights of Columbus. The Pallbearers will be Gerald Puetz, Murray Puetz, Robert Puetz, Steven Pasmeny, Ryan Puetz and Michael Puetz. Memorial donations made to the St. Mary's Villa would be qreatly appreciated by the family. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to SCHARF'S FUNERAL HOME, Humboldt, SK. snow in the north. Mainly sunny in the south. Highs from minus 6 in the east to 4 in the west. Manitoba: Cloudy periods in the south. Highs near 2. Mainly cloudy with scattered flurries in the north. Highs from minus 10 along the Hudson Bay coast to minus 4 elsewhere. North Dakota: Partly sunny and cool. Highs from 1 in the northeast to 7 in the southwest. Saturday, partly sunny. Highs from 5 to 10. ACROSS CANADA British Columbia: Periods of rain over the northern mainland. Rain or snow developing in the central interior. Increasing cloud in the south. Highs from 10 to 14 on the coast and southern interior. Highs near 6 in the central interior. Ontario: In the south, variable cloudiness with a chance of showers mainly near the Great Lakes. Highs from 12 to 16. In the north, mainly cloudy with scattered flurries. Highs from 1 to 7 except from minus 6 to zero in the far north. Quebec: In the south, variable cloudiness. Chance of showers mainly in the north part. Highs from 5 to 17. In the north, flurries in the west. Showers or wet flurries elsewhere. Windy. Highs from minus 1 to 8. Maritimes: Mainly cloudy with occasional showers. Highs from 14 to 18. Continental Temperatures LEE George (Tong) Woo Lee passed away peacefully on Tuesday, October 1 5th, 1 991 at St. Paul's Hospital altera short illness. He was 91 Surviving are his son, Hank (Caroline) Lee daughter, Eva (Beverly) Zacharias; and five grandchildren, Andy and fiancee Lisa, Jen niter and Brian Lee, and Aran and Pamela Zacharias. He was predeceased by his par ents, a brother, a sister, three children and his wife, Jean Mo Lee (Sui Chang Lai) in November 1989. Mr. Lee came to Canada in 1919 from China to join his brother in the Tisdale area. He worked at various lobs before co- owning the Swen Cafe with Lee Shorty Poo in Kinistino, Saskatchewan. He married Sui Chang Lai in 1 929 and in 1 955 she finally came to basKatoon witn tneir son HanK to join mm. it was also in 1 955 Mr. Lee purchased St. Paul's Lunch and Confectionery, which the family still operates as St. Paul's Restaurant. In his younger days, he enioyed fishing, flower gar dening and visiting his freinds, especially in Kinistino. After his reluctant retirement, he enioyed reading Chinese and Kinistino news papers, following CFL football and hockey as well as spending time with his grandchildren. One of his favorite pastimes was to meet his mends everyday tor coffee and conversation at Eaton's. Mr. Lee worked very hard all of his life and endured many hard times. He will be dearty remembered as a tough, no nonsense man witn a son spot tor ennaren ana good tood. The family wishes to thank Drs. Krochak, Col-quhoun, Vogel and Demetric and the staff of bt. Paul Hospital. With bpecial thanks to the nurses from Home Care, for their care and concern, which is very much appreciated. The Funeral bervice win be neia from McKAUUE 5 FUNERAL CHAPEL on Saturday, October 1 9th, 1 99 1 at 1 0:30 a.m. conducted by Pastor wnson mu. interment will be made in the cni-nese Section of Woodlawn Cemetery. Guest parking directly south of McKague's Funeral Chapel, 3rd Avenue and 20th Street. SCOVILLE The death of Harold Robert Scoville age 82 years, long time resident of watrous, bask, and formerly ot logo, bask, occurred peacefully at the Watrous Union Hospital, Watrous, Sask. on Thursday, October 17th, 1991. The Memorial Service will be held in Watrous United Church, Watrous, Sask. on Monday, October 21st at 2:00 p.m. conducted by Rev. Alison West. Cremation with Interment in Green Acres Memorial Gardens, Yorkton, Sask. at a later date. Predeceased by a son, Dale in 1989; his parents, Wesley and Randie (Larson) Scoville; one brother, Lyle Scoville and one sister, Irene Lindsay. Harold is survived by his loving wife, Velma; one son, Earl (Lorraine) Scoville of Regina, Kim, Karen, Darrel, Scott and Kyla. Harold is also survived by a brother, Ray (Edna) Scoville of Assini- boia, numerous nieces and nephews. For those so wishing donations to Heart and Stroke Foundation of 279 Third Avenue, North, Saskatoon, S7K9Z9 would be appreciated. FOTHERINGHAM-McDOUGALL FUNERAL SERVICE in charge of arrangements. WELLINGS The death of Bea Wellings, age 77 years of Saskatoon occurred on Monday, October 14th, 1991. Bea is survived by her loving daughter, Sharon; her husband, Guy Paterson and their children, Carolyn and Greg of Saskatoon; by one sister, Elva (Jim) Sellar of Saskatoon; by two brothers, Len (Kay) Howsam of Saskatoon and Bob (Muriel) Howsam of Houston, Texas. She was prede ceased by her husband, George Wellings on June 21st, 1986 and by three brothers, Jack, Art and Ray Howsam. (Memorial donations to the Saskatoon City Hospital Foundation, 701 Queen Street, Saskatoon, S7K 9Z9 or the Alzheimer Association of Saskatchewan 238 408 Broad Street, Regina, S4R 1X3 would be appreciated). A Private Graveside Service was held on Thursday, October 17th at 3:30 p.m. at the family plot in Woodlawn Cemetery. Service arrangements were entrusted to the SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME. National Temperatures Caleary Charlottetown Churchill Edmonton Halifax Jasper Montreal Ottawa Prince Rupert Qupbrc St. John's Nfld. -9 13 -11 0 Thunder Bay Toronto Vancouver Victoria Whitehorse Winnipeg Yellowknlfe Foreign Temperatures Aberdeen AAMltM 29 28 13 24 29 17 10 13 33 22 15 12 11 15 22 16 23 20 19 Amsterdam Ankara Athens Auckland Boiling Berlin Bonn Brussels Cairo Casablanca Copenhagen Dakar Dublin Geneva Helsinki Ho Chi Mlnh i Hong Kong Jerusalem Lisbon London Madrid I Manila Moscow Nairobi New Delhi Nice Oslo Paris Riyadh Rome Sarajevo Seoul Sofia Stockholm Sydney Taipei Tokyo Tunis Vienna Warsaw '8 5 a.m.) '9 a 4 io a.m.; noon. City DEATHS DAUBEN Rachel fiae Dauben, dearly loved mother of Judith (Moore) and Lois Dauben, died October 16th, 1991 after a lengthy illness. Rae was born in Saskatoon In 1906 and worked with her father in his business there until she married Jerry Dauben in 1934. In the years followina. thev lived in Saskatoon. Calgary, and Regina, where Jerry worked for onh passenger bales. In addition to her husband, Rae was predeceased by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.D. Malouf; her brother, Hilliard: and a sister who died in infancy. She will be greatly missed by her daughters and her sisters, Gladys Bennett (Edmonton), Frances Brown (Saskatoon) and many long time and deeply cherished friends. A Memorial Mass will be celebrated at Corpus Christi Catholic Church, on Saturday, October 19th, 1991 at 1 1 :00 a.m. Funeral Mass will be celebrated at St. Joseph 's Catholic Church, 535 8th St. E. on Monday, October 21st, 1991 at 2:00 p.m. with Rev. H. Kaufmann celebrant. Interment to fol low in Woodlawn Cemetery. FOSTER'SGAR' DEN CHAPEL FUNERAL HOME, and SASK ATOON FUNERAL HOME, Saskatoon, Directors. Phone: 297-0888. WALSH The passing of Mr. Bertram Walsh, age 92 years of Saskatoon, occurred at Royal University Hospital on Wednesday, October 1 6th, 1991. The Funeral Liturgy will be held on baturaay, uctoDer 1 9tn at 1 a. celebrat ed by Rev. Father M. Hertz, O.M.I, from the Chapel of St. Ann Home, 291 0 Louise Street. Vigil of Prayer will be held Friday evening, October 18th at 7:00 p.m. from the Chapel of tt. Ann Home, surviving are two daugnters, Bernaderte IHenrv) Reis of Reaina. and Maureen (Paul) Gagnon of Cafgary, four sons, Ben (i-ieiene) oi Hegina, ues (Leone) of Edmonton, Pat (Dian) of Saskatoon and Doug of Whistler, B.C.; twenty-three grandchildren; twenty-one great grandchildren; and four sisters-in-law, Miss Grace Lewis of Saskatoon, Mrs. Agnes Roberge of Boston, Mrs. Anna Rollins of Sudbury, and Mrs. Helen Lewis of Toronto, Ont. He was predeceased by his loving wife, Genoa in 1987; an infant son; two sisters, Margaret and Kathleen; and by four brothers, John, Fr. Patrick, Peter and James. The late Mr. Walsh was bom in Hope River, P.E.I, on September 14th, 1899, and attended school at St. Ann's Parish in Hope River. In 1 922, following graduation from St. Dunstan's University in Char-lottetown, P.E.I., Bert moved to Saskatchewan where he taught in rural schools, settling in Meacham, Sask. in 1924. Bert married Genoa Lewis of Cardigan, P.E.I, on July 7th, 1 927. Bert and Genoa began raising their family in Meacham where they remained until 1945. The family moved to Maidstone, where Bert was the Principal until 1949. As some of the family were attending post-secondary educational institutions, the family relocated to Saskatoon in 1949, while Bert taught school at Naicam, Sask. In 1950, Bert began teaching at the Saskatoon Technical Collegiate where he remained until his retirement in 1963. Following his retirement, he accepted short-term teaching assignments in several communities and adult education responsibilities for the Department of Education. He taught in Saskatchewan for over forty-two years. Bert and Genoa moved to St. Ann's Village in 1985 and Bert transferred to SL Ann's Nursing Home in 1987. Participation in Community programs particularly in concerts, dramatic productions and parish activities was alway important to Bert. He was an inspiration to his students and he maintained a continuing interest in their lives. A visit with a former student or friend was always appreciated. Bert was known as a knowledgeable, courteous, kind and loving person. He will be fondly remembered by his former students, friends, children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. In lieu of flowers, Memorial donations may be made to a charity of the Donor's choice. Rite of Committal will take place at Woodlawn Catholic Cemetery. Arrangements are in care of PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL. WE A SASKATOON Mainly sunny. High near 1, low tonight near minus 8. Saturday, mostly cloudy, chance of a shower. High near 9. Probability of precipitation, 10 per cent today and 30 per cent Saturday. SYNOPSIS A ridge of high pressure approaching from Alberta will clear the skies over the south. Winds will continue to decrease but temperatures will remain cold. Warming will occur Saturday. In the north, a weak disturbance will maintain cloudy skies and a few flurries along with the cold temperatures. Warming will occur Saturday. PROVINCIAL FORECAST- Regina: Mainly sunny. High near 3, low tonight near minus 7. Saturday, mostly cloudy. High near 11. Probability of precipitation, 10 per cent today and 20 per cent Saturday. Last Mountain, Wascana, Wey-burn, Moose Jaw: Mainly sunny, light northwest winds. Highs near 3, lows tonight near minus 4. Saturday, mostly cloudy. Highs near 11. Probability of precipitation, 10 per cent today and 20 per cent Saturday. Dundurn, Rosthern, Battle-fords, Meadow Lake, Quill Lakes: Mainly sunny, light northwest winds. Highs near 2, lows tonight near minus 5. Saturday, mostly cloudy, isolated showers. Highs near 9. Probability of precipitation, 10 per cent today and 30 per cent Saturday. Moose Mountain, Yorkton: Mainly sunny, light northwest winds. Highs near 2, lows tonight 1, 2, of of 5, The Accu-Weather forecast for noon, Friday, October 183 THER WA TCH temperatures for cities. temperatures tor cities. I Sialionarv Yellowknlfe '7V VT't I ''''''ry fcv. T' 'fc Jfl Goose Bayi jChurchlll 100 'ASt. John's Saskatoon -4 i 1-8 1N iOVs sV SauUSte. Marie 'V SlS.MJtn$g rr if 1 WindsorT' tA. t2211 VTl CX bk with high and low Honolulu Phoenix 3619 2922 Provincial Temperatures law, high, preclp. (In mm.) in prnrt hours. But Narrows na Nlpawln -7 -515 2 Elbow na N. Battleford -8 -4 7.4 tslevan -2 2 0 Prince Albert -8 -3 10.2 Hudson Bay -5 -4 8.6 Reglna -3 -1 0 :872 j-3 3.0 Llovdminster -11 -5 4.4 Current -6-3 0 Meadow Lake -9 -5 6 2 Wynyard -6-3 1.0 Moose Jaw -3-1 0 Yorkton -4-1 1.8 For the Record Thursday's Temperatures Low -6 High -3 Today's Normals Low High 11.0 Today's Records High 27.8 set in 1927 Low set in 1951 A year ago today: Low High 12.5 Moon New, Nov. 6 First, Nov. 14 Full, Oct. 23 Last, Oct. 30 Sun Rose today 37 Sets 6:06 vSCT and low LSI MJV 'iV Iti i Edmonton) Vancouver 136 Calgary Victoria 6-5 San Francisco -Z Denver near minus 4. Saturday, sunny, becoming cloudy in the afternoon. Highs near 8. Probability of precipitation, 10 per cent today and 20 per cent Saturday. Hudson Bay, Prince Albert: Mainly sunny, light northwest winds. Highs near zero, lows tonight near minus 6. Saturday, mostly cloudy with isolated showers. Highs near 10. Probability of precipitation, 10 per cent today and 30 per cent Saturday. Assiniboia, Cypress Hills, Kind-ersley, Swift Current: Mainly sunny, light winds. Highs near 5, lows tonight near minus 2. Saturday, mostly cloudy. Highs near 12. Probability of precipitation, 10 per cent today and 20 per cent Saturday. EXTENDED FORECAST Extended forecasts for Sunday and Monday: Southern Grainbelt: Sunday, mostly cloudy. Lows near minus highs near 13. Probability of showers, 30 per cent. Monday, mostly cloudy. Lows near minus highs near minus 13. Probability of showers, 30 per cent. Parkland-Churchill River: Sunday, mostly cloudy. Lows near minus 2, highs near 11. Probability of showers, 40 per cent. Monday, cloudy. Lows near minus 3, highs near minus 10. Probability showers, 40 per cent. Northern Saskatchewan: Sunday, mostly cloudy. Lows near minus 4, highs near 4. Probability flurries or showers, 30 per cent. Monday, cloudy. Lows near minus highs near 3. Probability of flurries or showers, 30 per cent. ALONG THE BORDERS Alberta: Cloudy with occasional Acapulco 24 32 Las Vegas 22 36 Barbados 28 30 Mexico City 10 22 Bermuda 26 28 Miami Beach 18 28 Brownsville 17 31 Nassau 25 XQ Davtona Beach 12 28 Reno 7 29 Havana 21 29 San Juan 28 32 Honolulu 23 27 Trinidad 28 31 Kingston 26 32 West Palm Beach 16 27 Agricultural Report Supplied by Smkalrhrwan Kesrarrh Council Precipitation (mm) total for the Saskatoon region for 24-hour period ending 9 a.m. Thursday: 3.6 This month: 6.9 This year: 445.4 Below norm for month: 2.1 Above norm for year: 128.8 Thursday wind measurement at 9 a.m.: 31.0 Average: 25.5 Maximum: 71.5 Sunshine: 0.0 hrs. Humidity: 72 Atlanta 22 Los Angeles 17 22 Bismarck 4 13 Minneapolis 12 23 Boise 6 16 New Orleans 8 24 Boiton 7 13 New York 9 13 Chicago 9 23 San Francisco 12 21 Dallas 14 31 St. Louis 9 26 Denver 8 29 Tampa 11 27 Detroit 8 21 Tucson 17 34 Houston 11 29 Washington 7 10 i

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