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I1 Star-Phoenix International Cl Wednesday, September 25, 1985 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Mich, volcanic DETROIT (AP) A vein of volcanic rock known for its vast menu of minerals has kept three geological teams at work in Michigans Upper Peninsula, where scientists say conditions are right for a rare source of diamonds. After four years, of searching state forest land around the tiny community of Crystal Falls, officials from competing corporations say only that their test results are strong enough to continue the search. Weve found enough clues to keep us up there, said Vince Smart, a spokesman for the Midland-based Dow Chemical Co., which has been studying the area since 1981. Obviously, the results of those tests are confidential., The discovery of a deposit of EStarPhoenix Printed and published daily except Sundays pnd statutory holidays by Armadale Publishers Limited at the office of the STAR-PHOENIX. 204 Fifth Avenue North, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, S7K 2P1. Second Class Mail Registration Number 0098 William C. Duffus. Executive Vice-President; James E. Petro, Executive Edrtor; Ed Sebestyen. Marketing Manager: Merv Carey. Production Manager; Wayne Wohlberg. Circulation Manager; Lawrence Gelsel, Controller; Will Popotf, Associate Editor; Armand Kraft, Advertising Manager SUBSCRIPTION . RATES Bv carrier $7.00 per month in primary market area and $7.50 or $8 65 per month outside primary market area. CIRCULATION: For home delivery, call: SASKATOON . 664-8320 BATTLEFORDS 445-5959 HUMBOLDT 682-4656 KINDERSLEY 463-4326 LA RONGE 425-3033 LLOYDMINSTER 875-5102 MELFORT 752-4586 MEADOW LAKE 236-3343 NIPAWIN 862-3713 PRINCE ALBERT 763-2440 Deaths 2 PICKETT - The death of William Pickett age 93 years of Sherbrooke Community Centre. Saskatoon occurred a his residence on September 23, 1985. The Funeral Service will be held on Thursday, September 26 at 10:30 a.m. from the Chapel of Saskatoon Funeral Home conducted by the Rev. David Jack-son. Surviving are three sons, Patrick of Edmonton, Gordon and Brian (Diana I both of Saskatoon; two adopted sons. Billy and Vernon; four grand-daughters and three grandsons. He was predeceased bv a son John. Mr. Pickett was born in Sheffield, England and at an early age came to Leamington, Ontario. As a young man he came west and later settled at Biggar. He served overseas with the Canadian Army during World War I and served in the Veterans Guard of Canada during World War II. Following his discharge from the army he came to Saskatoon where he was employed as a fireman at the D.V.A. Hospital until his retirement. Mr. Pickett had been a member of Saskatoon Branch No. 63, Royal Canadian Legion. Interment will take place in the Soldiers Field. Woodlawn Cemetery. (Courtesy parking south of the Chapel on 4th Avenue at 25th Street.) , MORRIS The passing of Mrs. Lillian Morris age 80 years of Delisle, Sask. occurred in a Saskatoon hospital on Monday, September 23, 1985. A Graveside Funeral Service is the wish of the deceased and will be held bn Friday, September 27 at 2 00 p.m. conducted by Rev. Roy Livingston. Mrs. Lillian Morris was born in London, England on September 24, 1904 and came to Canada in August 1929. She married Thomas M. Morris in August 1934. She is survived by three sons, Robert (Patricia) of Saskatoon; Merrick (Patricia) of Delisle; and Walter (Audrey) of Saskatoon; seven grandchildren, Jett. Lorelie, Darrin, Michele. Randy, Rhonda and Melanie; and cousins and triends in England. She was predeceased by her husband Thomas in February 1982. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to a charity of the donor's choice. Interment will take place in the Laura Cemetery. Arrangements are in care of Park Funeral Chapel. SILENCE, IS A WAY OF LIFE FOR SOME PEOPLE, SHOULD IT BE FOR YOU? EARLY DETECTION AND CORRECTION OF HEARING LOSS IS CRUCIAL. IF YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW IS HAVING TROUBLE HEARING OR UNDERSTANDING, THEY SHOULD HAVE IT TESTED. CALL 244-1336 FOR AN APPOINTMENT. THERE IS NO CHARGE FOR THIS TEST. Sponsored By Melanchuk Bros. Ltd. Beltone Hearing Aids 303 Canada Building Saskatoon 244-1336 IWttiT II raring Hi rough Proftwiioiul Carr kimberlite, a rare, mineral-rich rock in which diamonds often are . found, prompted Dow and at least two other companies to snap up mineral leases in the western Upper Peninsula. We wouldnt be up there if we werent encouraged," said Dave Johnson, corporate lawyer for the Denver-based Amselco Mineral Corp., a subsidiary of British Petroleum. The goal of our people is to find more kimberlite. That is a good host for diamonds. From a competitive perspective, we have to keep something quiet. Jack VanAlstine, a Michigan Department of Natural Resources geologist, said mineral leases allowing diamond exploration are held on at least 40,500 hectares of Deaths 2 (Conhnuettt LANGHORNE Norman A. B.Sc. Ag. After a lengthy illness, at the Brantford General Hospital on Tuesday, September 24, 1985. Norman A. Langhorne. B.Sc. Ag. University of Saskatchewan In his 78th year, dearly loved husband of Elva Margaret Beck, brother of Gordon Langhorne of Peterborough and Olive Langhorne in England. Predeceased by a brother Kenneth (WWII). Fondly remembered by nieces, nephews and their families. Mr. Langhorne was President of Langhorne Export Agencies Ltd. and previously was Export Manager for Cockshutt Farm Eouipment Ltd. Past member of the Executive of Canadian Export Association, and Charter Member of the Steering Community for Establishment of Canadian Export Trading Houses, Rotarian for over 40 years in Brantford and Smiths Falls, was the first Paul Harris Fellow in the Rotary Club of Brantford, past member of the Boards of St. Stephen's and Grace Anglican Churches. Friends will be received at the Beckett - Glaves Funeral Home, 88 Brant Ave., Brantford on Wednesday 7:00 9:00 p m. and Thursday 2:00 4:00 p.m. and 7 00 - 9:00 p.m. Service at Grace Anglican Church, Brantford, on Friday at 2:00 p.m. Interment, Farrmgdon Burial Grounds. Donations to the Memorial Funds of St. Stephen's or Grace Anglican Churches or the Rotary Foundation greatly appreciated. LIGHTFOOT The passing of Miss Janice Ann Llghtfoot age 24 years of Kenaston, Sask., occurred in hospital at Spiritwood, Sask., on Monday. September 23, 1985. The Funeral Mass will be held on Thursday, September 26, at 10:00 a m., celebrated by very Rev. Father L. Morand, from St. Paul's Roman Catholic Cathedral. Spadina Crescent and 22nd Street East, Saskatoon. Surviving are her parents, Dale and Rose Llghtfoot, of Kenaston, Sask.; two brothers, Greg (Brenda), of Craik, Sask.; and Bryon, of Kenaston, and his fiancee, Norma Ringdal. of Outlook, Sask.; her grandparents, Mr. Ernest and Mrs. Ethel Lightfoot; and Mr. Tony and Mrs. Emma Zerr, all of Saskatoon; and many aunts, uncles, and cousins. Janice Ann was born a mentally handicapped child In Saskatoon and resided with her parents at home for eight and one-half years. She lived at the Moose Jaw Training School before moving to Spirit-wood, where she was very well cared for by the Spiritwood Hospital. Flowers are gratefully declined and memorial donations may be made to the Saskatchewan Association for the Mentally Retarded, 3031 Louise Street, Saskatoon, Sask., S7J 3LI. Interment will take place In Woodlawn Roman Catholic Cemetery, Saskatoon. Arrangements are in care of Park Funeral Chapel. Deaths (Continued) BUNZ Jerry Bunz, age 33, of 274 Boychuck Drive, Saskatoon, Sask., died at University Hospital, Saskatoon, of renal and circulatory failure on September 8, 1985. The last rites were administered to Jerry by Father Bedard, Chaplain at University Hospital. Jerry is survived by his loving family which consists of a daughter, Davie, of Biggar, Sask.; his parents, Ed and Annie Bunz of Muenster, Sask.; two brothers, Jim (Gall) Bunz of Kamloops, B.C. and Robin Bunz of Saskatoon, Sask.; and one sister, Jo Ann (Jett) Linka of Warman, Sask. Jerry was predeceased by a brother, Philip, in 1965. Jerry was born August 5, 1952, in Humboldt, Sask., and raised and educated In Muenster, Sask. In 1972, Jerry moved to Saskatoon, where he completed the Trade Cooking Course at Kelsey Institute. Since that time, Jerry has been employed in the food service Industry at various hotels and restaurants in Saskatoon and district. At the time of his death, he was on staff at the Artful Dodger in Saskatoon. A prayer service and a funeral service were held at St. Peter's Cathedral, Muenster, the latter on September 12. 1985, at 10:00 A.M. Celebrants were Fr. Mar-tin Brodner, O S B. and Fr. Philip Loehr, O S B., uncle of the deceased. Interment was at St. Peter's Roman Catholic Cemetery, Muenster. Active Pallbearers were: Tony Bunz, Allan Hyde Jr., Randy Hyde, Ben Zimmerman, Al Moreau and Russ Vereault. The Honorary Pallbearers were a representative group Of the 1965-66 Muenster Provincial Bantam Championship Team, of which Jerry was a member. Present were Ron Torborg, Ralph Hofmann, Wendy Klassen, Bruce Szautner, Ken Bernhard, Tom Gray and Daniel Washkowsky. Funeral arrangements were made through Scharf's Funeral Home, Humboldt, Sask. COWLING - Mrs. Nellie Cowling (Byer). Nellie Frances Cowling passed away at the High River Nursing Home on September 22, 1985 at the age of 60 years. Mrs. Cowling is survived by her husband, Stanley, and a daughter 8, son-in-law Gladys and Lawrence Cooper of High River, four grandchildren, Gary and Donna Cooper, Dawson Creek, B.C., Richard and Sandi Cooper ot Llovdminster, Alta., Sharon Cooper of Calgary and Wade Cooper of Llovdmin-ster, -and six greatgrandchildren, Michael, Kelly, Christian, Barbara, Gregg and Amanda Cooper. She is also survived by two sisters, Mrs. Ralph (Irene) Empnngham of Stauffdille, Ont. and Mrs. D. (Helen) Crowder of Saskatoon, Sask., two brothers, Elmer Byer ot Kefowna, B.C. and Fred Byer ot Welland, Ont. Several nieces and nephews. Mrs. Cowling was predeceased by a son George In 1932, a daughter Alice In 1929 and her brother Norman in 1974. She was born December 6, 1904 In Peterborough, Ont., and moved with her family to the Klndersley, Sask. area at an early age. Mr. and Mrs. Cowling resided in the Klndersley district and Saskatoon until moving to High River, Alta, in 1979. Services will be held at the High River Baptist Church on Saturday, September 28, at 2:30 p m. with the Rev. Lorne Irwin officiating. Interment will follow al the Highwood Cemetery. In lieu of flowers the family would appreciate donations to the Canadian Cancer Society. Snodgrass Funeral Home Ltd. is in charge of arrangements. MOROZ The passing of Mr. Michael Moroz age 82 years of 1116 Temperance Street, Saskatoon occurred in a local hospital on Monday, September 23, 1985. the Funeral Mass will be held on Thursday, September 26 at 10:00 a.m. celebrated by Very Rev. Father Rudolph Luzney and Rev. Father Leonard Romanow from St. George's Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral, 214 Avenue M South. Prayers will be said on Wednesday evening, September 25 at 7:30 p.m. at St. George's Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral. Surviving are his loving wife Tlllie; two daughters, Miss Vera Moroz ot Winnipeg, Man.; and Mrs. Nadine (George) Bursev of Regina, Sask.; three grandchildren, Michael, Mark, and Soma Bur-sey ; and two sisters, Mrs. Anna (Alexander) Tarasewich and Mrs. Paraskevia Lewchuk, both ot Western Ukraine. He was predeceased by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julian Moroz; and one brother, Ivan Moroz. The late Mr. Moroz was born and raised In Western Ukraine and came to Canada in 1927 to Saskatoon. He married Tlllie Jaworsky In 193) and had resided here since. Mr, Moroz was employed with the Engineering Department ot the City ot Saskatoon tor forty year prior to his retirement. He was member ot St. George's Cathedral Parish and member ot St. George's Ukrainian Catholic Senior Citizen's Club. The Pallbearers will be: John Papove, Emil Huszar, John Vinmck, George Panamarotf, Jim Zemlak, George Kupchyk. Interment will take place In Woodlawn Catholic Cemetery. Arrangements are in care of Park Funeral Chapel. rock The discovery of a deposit of kimberlite, a rare, mineral-rich rock in which diamonds often are found, prompted Dow and at least two other companies to snap up mineral leases In the western Upper Peninsula. state forest land in the western Upper Peninsula, with an estimated 70 per cent of the exploration effort aimed at finding kimberlite. Its a pretty competitive Deaths (Continued) JANZ The death of Mrs. Nettie (Baerg) Janz age 72 years of Saskatoon, Sask., occurred accidentally on Monday, September 23, 1985. The Funeral Service will be held on Thursday. September 26 at 1:30 p.m. from the Central Mennonite Brethren Church, 809 32nd St W, Saskatoon. Conducted by Rev. Reuben Baerg, Pastor Harold Block and Pastor Dallas Clausen. Surviving are her loving husband Cornelius; three step-daughters, Mrs. Betty (Jake) Baerg of Hamilton, Ontario; Mrs. Shirley (Clark) Green of Saskatoon; and Mrs. Lois (Eldon) Fields of Carmen, Manitoba; two stepsons, John (Sara) Janz of St. Catherines, Ontario and Sam (Larena) Janz of Houston, Texas; seventeen grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Annie (John) Lepp, Mrs. Tina Lepp, and Mrs. Sarah (Henry) Wall, all of Dal-meny, Sask.; two brothers, Jacob E.L. Baerg, Saskatoon; Henry (Linda) Baerg of Dal-meny, Sask.; one brother-in-law, Albert loewen of Grande Prairie, Alberta; and numerous nieces, nephews and many friends. The late Mrs. Janz is predeceased by her parents, Jacob and Anna Baerg; two sisters, Betty Loewen and Martha Baerg. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Gideon Memorial Bible Plan would be appreciated. Interment will be held in the Hillcrest Cemetery. Arrangements are in care ot Dalmeny Funeral Home. WENINGER - The passing of Mr. Andrew Anton Wemnger age 77 years of 316 1948 McCal-lum Road, Abbotsford, B.C. occurred at Abbotsford on Sunday, September 22, 1985. The Funeral Mass will be held on Friday, September 27 at 10:30 a m. celebrated by Rev. Father John Boser O M.l. from St. Aloysius Roman Catholic Church at Allan, Sask. Prayers will be said on Thursday evening, September 26 at 7:30 p m. at St. Aloysius Roman Catholic Church, Allan. The late Mr. Wemnger was born at Allan, Sask. where he farmed and was a livestock dealer. In 1960 he moved to Dawson Creek, B.C. and provided delivery service for the Hudson's Bay Co. and McCoy Brothers. In 1980 he retired to Abbotsford. He was a member of the B.P.O.E. Lodge No. 289 of Dawson Creek and a past member of the Knights ot Columbus in Saskatoon. Surviving are his loving wife. Marcie; three sons, Raymond and bis wife Edna at Saskatoon; Harold ot Prince Albert, Sask.; and Wayne and his wife Cynthia ot Burnaby, B.C.; four grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; two brothers, Pius (Margaret) of Calgary, Alta; John (Katie) of Saskatoon; and three sisters, Mrs. Ida (Nick) Hauck of Saskatoon; Mrs. Philomena (Emil) Bitz of Saskatoon; and Mrs. Amy (Pius) Sander ot Allan, Sask. Mr. Wemnger was predeceased by his first wife, Josephine in 1942; one brother, Frank; and two sisters, Katie and Lena. In lieu ot flowers Memorial tributes may be made to the Saskatchewan Heart Foundation, 279 Third Avenue North, Saskatoon S7K 2H8. The Pallbearers will be Blaine Sanders, Edwin Garman, Emil Zerr, Terrance Wemnger, Brent Wen-inger, Tony Garman, and the Ushers will be Alvin Wenlnoer, and Tony Garman. Interment will take place in the Allan Roman Catholic Cemetery. Arrangements ere in care ot Park Funeral Chapel. STEELE We are saddened to announce the peaceful departure of our mother and sister, Lynda Gail Steele, on Sunday, September 22, 1985. Funeral Service will be held at 2 30 P.M. on Friday, September 27 trom the River Park Chapel, Prince Albert with Rev. Fr. Albert Le-gatt and Captain Colin Lewery officiating. Predeceased by her parents, Mr. Gordon and Mrs. Wlnnlfred Steele both In 1981, and a brother Brad Steele In 1980, she was a loving mother to her children: Debbie (Jonathon) Doell of Saskatoon, Diana Gillies ot Prince Albert, Donavon and Miranda Gillies ot Regina. She was a soecial sister to Gordon (June) Steele, Rick (Debbie) Steele and Maureen Fowler (Herb) all ot Prlnc Albert. She was very special friend to Louis Haliday at Prince Albert as well as being a friend to ell who came In contact with her. She is also survived by an aunt Minerva Barker of Welland, Ont. as well as other aunts and uncles In England. Lynda could always find good in everyone and everything. Her wish was tor all ot us to remember the fine qualities not only in herself but in all who came to know her In this life. She Is now at peace and is an-loving the peaceful rest she so justly deserved. We all loved her very much and shall mis her greatly, but we shall remember all the good things she did for us end our memory ot her will always be precious to us. Lynda was born July 27, 1949 at Prince Albert end had resided at various locations throughout her life, and at the time ot her death was residing at 221 21 St. West, Prince Albert. Memorials may be directed to the "Ronald McDonald House", Saskatoon. Interment In P A. Memorial Gardens. Arrangements are entrusted to River Park Limited, Prince Albert (Phone 764-2727). Y may , Deaths (Continued) SCOTT Mrs. Florence Mary Scott age 89 passed away suddenly September 23, 1985 at the home of her daughter Florence, Laval, Quebec. Mrs. Scott formerly ot Saskatoon and Vancouver. Surviving one son W.J. Scott ot Saskatoon, two daughters Mrs. Agnes Reade ot Ottawa and Mrs. Florence Rochon of Laval, Quebec. Cremation. Funerals 3 HESSION - The Funeral Service for Mr. Lawrence Thomas Hession who died on September 20, 1985 was held from West-wood Funeral Chapel on Tuesday, September 24, 1985 at 2pm, conducted by Rev. D. Cochran. Pallbearers were: Albert Pock-ett, Harvey Pockett, Doug Doerksen, Allan Pockett, Johnny Doerksen, Lorne Bell. Interment was made in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Arrangements were in care of Westwood Funeral Chapel. In Memoriams 4 HOWIE In lovm9 memory of a deer daughter, Cheryl, who passed away September 25. 1983. Beside vour grave we often stand With hearts both crushed and sore. Silent till the sweet words come. "Not lost, but gone before " God knows how much we miss you. He counts the tears we shed. And whispers. "She only sleeps. Your loved one is not dead " So we'll be brave, dear Cheryl. And prav to God each day. And when He calls us home to you. Your smile will guide the wav. Ever remembered by Mom and Dad HOWIE In loving memory ot Cheryl, who passed away September 25, 1983. Her famt last wish, I should like to have heard, And breathed in her ear One last parting word Only those who have lost, can tell The pain ot not saving farewell. lovingly remembered by Bob HOWIE In loving memory ot a dear sister, Cheryl, who passed away September 25, 1983. MY SISTER You have always been my true friend The fact is not that I will always , have you near me. But that vou will always be near me .. In my heart. Forever Brenda and Brent Card Ot Thanks 5 BUN I, Jerry Ed and Annie Bum and family wish to thank their many relatives, friends, and neighbours for their love and support during the recent, brief Illness and sudden death of their son and brother. Jerry. They express heartfelt gratitude to the special staff of the Intensive Care Unit. University Hospital. Saskatoon; to Jerry's good friends and c workers; to those relatives and friends who travelled great distances to offer their solace; and to the many who sent gifts ot food and flowers. Thank vou to those who helped make the funeral services memorable. special thanks to celebrants Fr. Martin Broadner. O $ 6. and Fr. Philip loehr. O & B . uncle of the deceased; readers Monica Hvde and Loranna Laing, aunt and cousin of the deceased; the St. Peter's Cathedral choir; the special choir composed of the deceased's cousins; the alter servers, cousins of the deceased; the active and honorary pallbearers; and Scharf's Funeral Home. Humboldt. Sask. Thank you. also, to the caterers at the Muenster Community Centre. NORDMARK Heartfelt thanks to relatives, friends and neighbors for cards, visits, phone calls end kind expressions of sympathy in the loss of our dear sister Clara Nordmark. Ruth D'Aoost. Olna (Harold) lehne. Signe (John) Mvhr. NORDMARK Our sincere thanks and appreciation to relatives and friends for their thoughtful expressions of sympathy with cards, flowers. and memorial giHs. following the death ot mother, grandmother and groat grandmother, Clara Nordmark. A special thanks to Pastor Tim Po-svlunv. Pastor Gene Grant. Intern Barb Ove. the pallbearers and Saskatoon Funeral Home. Rooer, Theresa, Gerald. Audrey Nordmark and families. Funeral Directors 6 McKAGUE'S FUNERAL HOME ROBERT J. MCKAGUE DONAIOA. NEWRIGGING Phone 664 113) 300 3rd Ave S Park Funeral Chapel Terry G Michavliuk Donald Somers )t) 3RD AVE NO. 244 2103 SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME W Arnold Edwards Robert F. Daune Ph 244 5577 338 4th Ave North WESTWOOD FUNERAL CHAPLl Rae J Murdock Phone 653-3434 20th St. Ave. N. Crematoriums 7 Hillcrest Memorial Gardens Crem.to.ium Memorl.1 1 Cremation Service 477-2236 1 i contain diamonds field, he said, adding that companies arent required to tell the state their findings until the leases run out. If (the companies) are still here plugging away you have to believe there has been Crematoriums (Continued) PRAIRIE VIEW CHAPEL Memorial and Cremation Services Highway II South 242-7884 Box 2061 Monuments Remco Memorials Ltd. 210 33rd St. East At Entrance To Woodlawn Cemetery 652-5363 Legacies Memorial 10 In Memorium donations And legacies help The Canadian National Institute For The Blind Prevent blindness & provide social & rehabilitation services for the newly blind children & adults. Tax deductable. 2305 Adelaide St, Saskatoon. 374-4545 2550 Broad St. Regina, 1-525-2571. SASK. ALZHEIMER'S AND RELATED DISEASE ASSOC. Gratefully accent memorial donations and legacies for education and research. Tax deductible. P O Box 1876, Regina, Sask., S4P 3E2. Companions 11 ATTRACTIVE. EUROPEAN. 39 vr. old lady, would like to meet a gent 40 -50 vrs. old Box C406. Star Phoenix. ATTRACTIVE MALE. 33, tired of the bar scene would like to meet honest, fun loving lady. 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