Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada on October 1, 1993 · 27
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Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
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Friday, October 1, 1993
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tjjy -gj r yip I'irfyn nyiri gy T'ljf'' ffcr ny'inr tiiMrgijftii ri:'rft'ii"i""ri!iri,'i"'"rrf'1llil'll"r emer'iy jp "gi irirwir"ry yi iijiy i )MeHMWlWf,WW'WvWweMtyp44WlNHMpNl " njniimijin The StarPhoenix Friday, October 1, 1993 PHONE: 653-2100 Saskatchewan Residents Toll Free 1-800-667-6979 The StarPhoenix Direct dial numbers for: Switchboard 652-9200 Editorial Circulation Classified Display Michael G. Sifton Bill Peterson Steven K Gibb Will Popotf Sareth Peirls Glen Houle Rosemary Freeze Wayne Wohlberg 664-8231 664-8320 653-2100 664-8340 President Executive Vice-President Editor Associate Editor Managing Editor Production Manager AAdvertismg Director Circulation Manager Subscription Rates: Home delivery In Saskatoon and NDM area $10 25 per month tor daily service, $2 00 per week tor Friday and Saturday only service. Mail rates In Canada $32.10 per month, USA. and Foreign $50 00 per month. Rural Inquiries may phone 1-800-667-2008 204 5th Ave. N. Saskatoon, Sask. S7K 2P1. YAWORSKI Fred Yaworski was born on April 30, 1906 in the village of Ostnw near Lviv in Western Ukraine. He came to Canada In 1912 with his parents, Stephan and Katerina, along with one brother, Mike and two sisters, Ann and Nellie. One sister, Mary was already in Canada, having arrived several years earlier. They settled on a farm north of Krydor. Fred worked for different farmers In the area. He did a lot of hunting and trapping, walking many miles. In 1927 he married Paranka (Polly) Hupaelo. They bought a homestead, built a small log home and began farming. They had eight children. They farmed until 1960 when they retired to Hafford. In July 1993 they moved to St. Joseph's Home in Saskatoon. Fred passed away September 26, 1993. He is survived by his loving wife, Polly; sons, Paul (Rose) of Blame Lake, Steve (Eileen) of Saskatoon; daughters, Emily Parisien (Dave) of Penticton, BC, Kay (Morris) Zayac of North Battleford, Ann Irvine of Saskatoon; 18 grandchildren; and 19 great grandchildren; He was predeceased by his parents, one daughter, Rose in infancy; two sons, Mike and Peter; brothers, Louis and Mike; sisters, Ann Nov-icki, Nellie Vmnick, Mary Soron. Prayers will be at the Chapel of the Saskatoon Funeral Home on Friday, October 1, 1993 at 7 00 p m. The Funeral Service will be held on Saturday, October 2 at 10 00 a m at the Chapel of the SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME, with Rev, Ni-kolaj Hornykewycz officiating. Interment will follow at Sts. Peter and Paul Cemetery in Al-bertown with Fr. Mazun officiating. Courtesy parking south of the Chapel on the corner of 4th Avenue and 25th Street. WELLWOOD William Henry Wellwood was born on April 3, 1909 to William and Ida Wellwood of Rouleau, SK. He moved to the Avondale district, Asquith with his parents in 1910. He lived in and around Asquith, working for farmers until he retired to Asquith. When his health failed he moved to Porteous Lodge in Saskatoon. He passed away in Porteous Lodge Villa on September 29, 1993 at the age of 84 years. He was predeceased by his parents, William and Ida (Denzm) Wellwood; his sisters, Mae Fisher and Gladys McAuley; brother, Arthur; brothers-m-law, C.W. (Ted) Fisher and Robert McAuley; two brothers and three sisters in infancy. He is survived by his sisters, Ella (Fred) Tiessen of St. Catherines, Esther (Glen) Stover of Saskatoon, Olive (Carl) Rousell of Dawson Creek, BC. Dorothy (Percy) Miller of Summerland, BC and Sadie (Henry) Wmdels of Rosthern; his brothers, Tom (Laura) Wellwood of Abbotsford, BC and Roy (Frances) Wellwood of Kamloops, BC; many nephews, nieces, great nephews and grand nieces, and many other relatives and friends. The Funeral Service will be held on Monday, October 4 at 10 00 a m. from the Chapel of the SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME. Interment will take place in Avondale Cemetery, Asquith, SK. Courtesy parking south of the Chapel on the corner of 4th Ave and 25th St . V. S.. VyS V SASKATOON: Sunny with increasing afternoon cloud. Winds northwest at 30 kmh. High 9. Low 1. Saturday, mainly sunny. High 15. SYNOPSIS: A weak high-pressure area will move through the province, maintaining cool but dry weather and causing the winds to diminish. Present indications for the weekend are for continuing dry, but warmer, weather. FORECASTS: Regina: Sunny with a few cloudy periods. Winds northwest at 30 kmh. High 9. Low minus 2. Saturday, mainly sunny. High 12. Last Mountain, Wascana, Moose Mountain, Weyburn, Moose Jaw, Assiniboia: Sunny with a few cloudy periods. Winds northwest at 30 kmh. Highs 9. Strong drying. Lows minus 2. Saturday, mainly sunny. Highs 12. Dundurn, Rosthern, Kindersley, Battlefords: Sunny with a few cloudy periods. Winds northwest at 30 kmh. Highs 9. Strong drying. Lows 2. Saturday, mainly sunny. Highs 15. Quill Lakes, Yorkton, Hudson Bay: Sunny with a few cloudy periods. Winds northwest at 30 kmh. Highs 6. Moderate drying. Lows minus 2. Saturday, mainly sunny. Highs 12. Cypress Hills, Swift Current: Sunny with increasing afternoon cloud. Winds northwest at 30 kmh. Highs 10. Strong drying. Lows 2. Saturday, mainly sunny. Highs 15. Meadow Lake: Sunny with increasing afternoon cloud. Winds west at 30 kmh. Highs 8. Strong DEATHS 1000 TYCHOUZ Tuesday. September 28, 1993, Mr. Donald Robert Tycholiz, late of Kingston (Amherstview) ON, passed away at the age of 49 years. Donald attended and graduated from Meath Park High School. He later attended University of Saskatchewan where he obtained his Bachelor of Arts with Distinction and Diploma in Education. After receiving his Diploma, he taught at P.A. Composite for several years. He then returned to the U of S to obtain his Masters and Phd in Chemistry - then moving to Kingston, ON where he taught for several years at the Royal Military College. He was presently employed at Pratt & Murray Real Estate in Amherstview, ON. Mr. Tycholiz is survived by his children, Rebecca and Ryan of Kingston, ON; a close and dear fnend, Jan Pat-tersen of Amherstview, ON; his mother, Anne Tycholiz of Meath Park, SK; two sisters. Darlene (Ivan) Strykiwsky of Meath Park, SK, and Wendy (Dennis) Humenuik of Rosthern, SK; a brother, Ronald (Alice) of Shaunavon, SK; two nephews, Jason and Jeff Tycholiz; and his children's mother, Jolene Tycholiz. He was predeceased by his father, John; his grandparents. William and Warwara Tycholiz and grandfather, Andrew Malynylk. The Prayer Service will be held on Sunday, October 3, 1993 at 7:00 p m. in the Chapel of MacKenzie Funeral Home. The Funeral Mass will be conducted on Monday, October 4, 1993 at 10 00 a m. in St. George's Ukrainian Catholic Church, 751 -14 Street West with Rev. Fr. W. Wasilishen as celebrant. Interment in Memorial Gardens. Donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation and would be greatly appreciated by the family. Courtesy parking directly across from the Funeral Home. Arrangements In care of MacKenzie Funeral Home, Don Monarty, Irwin Hawryluk. Harry Matwishyn. Wally Markewich, Directors. RUDEWSKY The passing of Mrs. Eufre-syna Rudewsky (Baba Osya), age 94 years of Stensrud Lodge occurred at her residence on Wednesday, September 29, 1993. The Funeral Service will be held on Monday, October 4 at 10.00 a m. conducted by Rev. Bohdan Demczuk from All Saints Ukrainian Orthodox Church, 2616 Louise Street. Prayers will be held Sunday evening, October 3 at 7.30 p m. from All Saints Ukrainian Orthodox Church. Mrs. Rudewsky is survived by her special family, Lesya, Yurko, Ksenya and Nadya Foty, all of Saskatoon and Tanya of Vancouver, as well as Very Rev. and Mrs. D. Foty of Toronto, ON. She was predeceased by her husband, Prof. John Rudewsky in 1968, two sisters, Sophia and Ahafia; and by three brothers, Andrew, Kuzma and Samuel. The late Mrs. Rudewsky was born in Bohodukhiw Kharkiw, Ukraine on February 15, 1899. She married Prof. John Rudewsky in 1919 and later in 1948 they came to Montreal, Canada. In 1949 they moved to Winnipeg, MB and in 1952 to Saskatoon where she had resided since. She was a member of Holy Trinity Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral, the Ukrainian Orthodox Womens Association and was active in the Cathedral Parish. In 1983, she made the llarion Residence her home and she became actively involved in All Saints Ukrainian Orthodox Church and the Women's Association, as well as a very active supporter of Ukrainian Cultural and Educational causes. She will be sadly missed and fondly remembered by all who new her. In lieu of flowers, Memorial donations may be made to All Saints Ukrainian Orthodox Church, 2616 Louise Street, Saskatoon, S7J 0P3. The Cross bearer will be Yurko Foty. The Pallbearers will be Greg Metrunec, Gene Sturby, Vic Kowalsky, Martin Zip, Taras Kachkowski and Joe Koza-kevich. Interment will take place at Woodlawn Orthodox Cemetery Arrangements are In care of PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL HOLLOWAY Jonathon (A E.J ) passed away peacefully at his home in Saskatoon on September 30, 1993. He is survived by his loving wife, Margaret; and numerous nieces and nephews in Prince Albert, Regina, and Vernon, BC. At Jonathon's request there will be no Funeral Service. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Saskatchewan, Provincial Office, 279 3rd Avenue North, Saskatoon, SK, S7K2H8 Arrangements entrusted to the SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME. COULIC The death of Jo-Anne Kathenne Coulic, age 38 years of Saskatoon, occurred at her residence on Tuesday, September 28, 1993. The Funeral Service will be held on Saturday. October 2, 1993 at 1.00 p.m. from Westwood Funeral Chapel, Avenue N and 20th Street West conducted by Rev. Charlotte Caron. (Courtesy parking available north of the Chapel on Avenue N.) Surviving are her parents, Richard and Annie Merrett of Paradise Hill, SK; her sister, Mrs. Darlene (Ian) Puckey and family of Marshall, SK, her stepdaughter, Gloria (Rod) Lozmskl and grandchildren, Crystal and Ryan of Saskatoon; her stepsisters, Jeannette (Frank) Gillis of Windsor, ON and Barbara (Andre) Blais of Tecumseh, ON; and her step brother, Gordon (June) Shearn of Windsor, ON. She was predeceased by her husband, John in 1990. Arrangements are In care of WESTWOOD FUNERAL CHAPEL (653-3434). drying. Lows 2. Saturday, mainly sunny. Highs 16. Prince Albert: Mainly sunny. Winds northwest at 30 kmh. Highs 6. Moderate drying. Lows minus 2. Saturday, mainly sunny. Highs 12. EXTENDED: Extended forecasts for Sunday and Monday: Southern Grainbelt: Sunday, sunny. Windy. Lows 3. Highs 19. Monday, sunny. Windy. Lows 2. Highs 19. Parkland-Churchill River: Sunday, mainly sunny. Windy. Lows 2. Highs 17. Monday, mainly sunny. Lows 2. Highs 16. Northern Saskatchewan: Sunday, mainly cloudy. Lows 2. Highs 11. Probability of showers, 40 per cent. Monday, mainly cloudy. Lows 1. Highs 8. Probability of showers, 40 per cent. BORDERS: Alberta: Variable cloudiness. Highs, 9 in northeastern Alberta to the teens across the remaining regions. Manitoba: In the north, cloudy with flurries. Windy. Highs minus 3 to 1. In the south, mainly cloudy with showers or flurries. Highs 2 to 5. North Dakota: Windy and cold with a slight chance of light snow and showers in the east. Partly sunny and breezy in the west. Highs, 3 in the east to 10 in the west. ACROSS CANADA: Yukon: Mainly cloudy. Highs, 14 in the south, 11 in central, minus 5 in the north. Northwest Territories: Macken DEATHS 1000 THOMPSON It is with sorrow that the family of E. Clifford Thompson announce his death on Thursday, September 23, at St. Paul's Palliative Care Unit. He is survived by his loving wife Lillian; two daughters, Karen (Grant) Wright of Saskatoon, arid Sandra (Jim Anderson) of Toronto; five grandchildren, Michael, Lesley, and Johnathon Wright and Kevan and Robyn Anderson; one sister, Elsie Sharpies of Castlegar, BC; sister in law, Muriel Thompson of Calgary; six nieces and three nephews. He was predeceased by his parents Andrew and Karen-Marie Thompson: two brothers, Ejgil and Gordon, two sisters, Myrtle and Anne. The late Cliff Thompson was born May 10, 1913, on a farm in the Rhein, Sask. district. Following the death of his father in 1921, the family lived in Stornoway, Ketchen, and Preeceville districts. Cliff attended country schools in these areas and high school in Donelda, AB, and Preeceville, SK. In 1928 the family moved to Yorkton and he began work at the Yorkton Enterprise where he worked for 11 years. Following his marriage in 1937 to Lillian Farrell of Salcoats, SK, he moved to Saskatoon where he commenced work at The StarPhoenix. He was employed at The StarPhoenix for 39 years, and retired In 1978 following several years as Composing Room Superintendent and five years as Assistant to the Production Manager. Cliff was a long time member of St. James Anglican Church in Saskatoon and served as Rector's Warden and on Vestry for many years. He was a willing community volum teer and assisted different organizations In fund raising canvases and campaigns. He was a devoted member of the Masonic Order. He was past master of Lodge Progress No. 92 AF and AM, a member of Saskatoon Lodge of Perfection, Saskatoon Chapter of Rose Croix, and of Saskatoon Consistory. In recent years he spent many hours providing transportation and assistance to elderly friends. He enjoyed his work as President of the Golden Manor Condominium Association. Cliff will be fondly remembered for his delightful sense of humour, his kindness and generosity to others, and his tireless commitment to his family and friends. A Memorial Service will be held Saturday, October 2, at 10.30 a m. at St. James Anglican Church, Saskatoon, Rev. Michael Stop house and Rev. Canon Glenn Ash officiating. Cremation, with Interment at a later date in the family plot in Yorkton, SK. Rowers are grp ciously declined by the family. Anyone wishing to make a contribution in memory of Cliff may do so to the Canadian Diabetic Association or St. Paul's Palliative Care Unit. Saskatoon Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements. MAGNUSON Martha Ingrid Elida Magnu-son passed away at Stensrud Lodge on September 29, 1993 at the age of 94 years. She was born in 1899 at Donaldson. Minnesota and came to Canada with her parents, brothers and sister to homestead in the Young district In 1911. Elida was a very caring person and enjoyed being around people. She was very devoted to her parents, one sister and seven brothers and their families. Martha was very faithful to her church and took a keen interest in the church affairs, which she attended regularly. She was predeceased by her mother in 1933; father In 1958; one sister; five brothers, four sistersHn-law, a niece; and two nephews. Left to mourn her passing are two brothers, Elmer (Lena) and Edgar (Rose), both of Saskatoon, two sisters-iplaw, Doris of Watrous and Mabel of Kindersley; and numerous nieces and nephews. The Funeral Service will be held on Saturday, October 2 at 1.00 p.m conducted by Pastor Eldon Boldt from Circle Drive Alliance Church (Preston Ave. and Circle Dr., Saskatoon). Burial will take place in the Covenant Cemetery, Young, SK. Memorial donations may be made to the Circle Drive Alliance Church or the Covenant Cemetery Maip tenance Fund and would be appreciated in lieu of flowers. Arrangements have been ep trusted to the SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME. zie Valley and Great Slave district: Cloudy. Showers developing. Highs 6 to 10. Keewatm district: In the north, snow and windy. Highs minus 2. In the south, blizzard. Highs minus 2. Baffin district: In the south, snow, windy and blowing snow. Highs zero to 2. Elsewhere, mainly cloudy. Highs minus 8 to minus 4. High ArcticResolute: Cloudy with flurries. Brisk northeast winds. Highs minus 7. British Columbia: Coastal, mainly sunny. Patchy morning low cloud or fog. Highs, 15 along the water and up to the mid twenties inland. In the interior, sunny. Highs, 17 in the north, 23 in the south. Ontario: In the north, mainly cloudy. Windy with scattered showers changing to wet flurries in central areas and the north. Highs 8 to 15. In the south, cloudy, windy and milder with scattered showers. Highs 14 to 16. Provincial Temperatures Low, high, precip. (fa mm ) in past 24 hours. Buf Narrows na Estevan 10 IS Hudson Bay 4 10 Kindersley 6 13 La Ronge 1 6 Liovdminster 4 9 Meadow Lake 4 9 .Moose Jaw 7 14 Yorkton 4 13 Nipawm 4 9 Tr 0 N. Battleford 5 10 0 0 Prince Albert 5 8 Tr 2 Regina I 14 .4 Saskatoon t 17 Tr 2 Switt Cur-ent 4 13 Tr Tr Watrou 7 12 0 0 Wynvard 4 9 0 Agricultural Report Supplied by SaskaU-brwan Rrwarrb Coanril Precipitation (mm) total for th Saskatoon region for 24-hour period ending 9 a m. Thursday: 0.0 This month: 46.2 This year: 276.0 Above norm for month: 14.49 Below norm for year: 29.61 Thursday wind measurement at 9 a.m.: 32.7 Average: 23.9 DEATHS 1000 CHYZYK Mrs Annie Chyzyk (nee Shabaga) passed away peacefully on Wednesday, Sep tember 29, 1993 at St. Paul's Palliative Care Unit. The Divine Liturgy will be held on Monday, October 4 at 10 00 a.m. celebrated by Rev Fp ther Morris Dzurman, C SS R.. Rev. Father John Pazak. C SS R. and Right Rev. Monsignor M. Kolody from Sts. Peter and Paul Ukrainian Catholic Church, 10th Street and Munroe. Prayers will be held Sunday evening, October 3 at 7 30 p m. from Park Funeral Chapel, 311 Third Avenue North. Courtesy parking Is avaik able directly South of the Chapel. Surviving are her children, Elizabeth (Mike) Antinuk of Saskatoon, Moms (Veronica) of Edmonton, AB, David (Jean) of Saskatoon and Michael of Lakeside, Montana; nine grandchildren; eight great grandchildren; and one great great-grandson, two sisters iplaw, Mary Shabaga of Saskatoon and Anne Shabaga of Alvena, SK; and numerous nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband. John; son, Ep gene; her parents, Mr. Joseph and Mrs. Pauline Shabaga, four brothers. John, Anton. Sam and Prokop Shabaga; and by nine sip ters, Julie Bilinski, Mary Navalkowsky, Natalie Shabaga, Anastasia Shewchuk, Antonia Maxi-myshyn, baby Ann Shabaga, Dons Shabaga and twins in infancy Annie lived a simple, gep erous life and will be dearly missed by all whose hearts she touched. In lieu of flowers. Memorial donations may be made to St. Paul's Hospital Palliative Care Unit, 1702-20th Street West, Saskatoon, S7M 0Z9 or to Saskatoon Home Care, 201 310 Idylwyld Drive North, Saskatoon, S7L 0Z2. Interment will take place at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Arrangements are in care of PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL. No Better Mother For all the good that mom has done She's had no real material fun Jesus had His cross to bear Mom's had many that would compare Brought up right before a teen A greater faith you've never seen She'll be rewarded with all the saints In Gods great kingdom, just you wait Her earthly suffering has come to pass A heavenly peace will ever last. Her Children MEMORIAL SERVICES 1005 SAY YOUR FINAL FAREWELL ON VIDEO Include your will, as well as your hopes & dreams Call 665-6839 for info FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1007 ACADIA DRIVE McKague's Funeral Chapel 955-1600 ... . John Schachtel .. . 915 Acadia Or McKAGUES FUNERAL CHAPELS ROBERT McKAGUE JOEMOYNHAM Phone 664-3131 300 3rd Ave S WESTWOOD FUNERAL CHAPEL RaeJ Murdock 653-3434, 20th St &Ave N PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL GREGM LALACH& DAVID J SCHURR 3113RDAVE NO 244-2103 DALMENY FUNERAL HOME Gerald Funk 254-2022 Dalmeny, SK SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME W Arnold Edwards. Don ShepDard Ph 244-5577 338 4th Ave North CREMATORIUMS 1020 HILLCREST MEMORIAL GARDENS & CREMATORIUM The leading cemetery of all faiths for over 40 years Arrangements in Memorial & Cremation Services. Cemetery Upright Monuments. Niche Columbahums 477 2236 PRAIRIE VIEW CREMATORIUM Memorial and Cremation Services Highway 11 South 242 7884 Box 2061 LA MINA TING 1025 PRESERVE YOUR announcements permanently Laminate them at Campbell s Confectionery 51025 Boychuk Dr , Saskatoon S7H5B2 373-2280or 3847270 MONUMENTS 1030 MID-WEST MEMORIALS LIMITED 9 1527 Ontario Ave 242 2111 IN MEMORIAM 1060 CARON Oliver In loving memory of a dear Dad and Papa who passed away October 1. 1984 They say that time eases the pam of our loss But what it does not ease Is the longing for vou to watch my children grow To hear your laugh or see your face Time does not heal all Always loved and remembered by Shirley arid family CARON Oliver In loving memory of a dear husband, father & grandfather who passed away October 1. 1984. Our pain has been our burden For nine lonely years, But your memory will always Bring smiles through our tears Sadly missed by wife Agnes sons Doug, Stan, Gil, Randy, and Jim daughter, Sheila, and families CONNOLLY William (Bill) Passed away October 1st. 1963 Never forgotten , Always greatly missed And Lovingly remembered Sister June and Family Maximum: 68.5 Sunshine: 1.3 hrs. Humidity: na Foreign Temperatures IN MEMORIAM 10d0 KRALEY Dons In loving memory ot our dear mother and grandmother who left us on October 1. 1991 A mother who gave us the best years of her iile Who chenshed our secrets our sorrows Who taught us to love and taught us to pray Dear Mother in heaven God bless you today Your life was unselfish not for what you received But tor what you could give Just a loving thought just a silent tear For a beautiful memory of a Mother so dear Sadly missed, daughter Donna and family, and good fnend Tony Solmger KRALEY Doris In loving memory of a mother and grandmother who passed away October 1st. 1991. Mother you are not forgotten. Though on earth you are no more, Still in memory you are with us As you always were before lovingly remembered by daughter Dorothy and grandson Trever KRALEY In loving memory of my dear Grandma and best fnend who passed away October 1st. 1991. Grandma, it $ been two years since I was last with you Though time goes by day after day you are still in my thoughts I miss you more than words can say I just keep thinking that one day I will see you again, and it will be forever. Sadly missed and always loved by your Granddaughter, Charmame KRALEY In loving memory of Doris, who passed away October 1,1991 No one knows how much I miss you, No one knows the bitter pain I have suffered, since I lost you life has never been the same In my heart your memory lingers, Sweetly tender, fond and true There is not a day dear mother. That I do not think of you Lovingly remembered and sadly missed by your daughter Gatl LUCIER In loving memory of Leo our brother brother in-law and uncle who passed away October 1, 1990 His charming ways and smiling face Are a pleasure to recall He had a kindly word for each And died beloved by all Lovingly remembered by Theresa Joe and family LUCIER In loving memory of Leo. our husband father and grandfather, who died accidentally on October 1, 1990 The world changes year to year, And friends from day today But neverwill the one I loved From memory pass away Lovingly remembered and sadly missed by loving wife, Sadie Michelle and Ashton, Melanie. Darwin, and Darren and Linda KRALEY (Holmaty) Doris Margaret In loving memory of a dear special Grandma who left us two years ago today Tuesday, October 1, 1991. We continue to move on. Though you are not here, The space still remains You re in paradise clear. My dear Grandma Baba and friend, I miss you often and much, I think ofyoualot, Since you have been gone, We love you and are very proud of you. You are indeed safe n the Arms of Jesus, our final hope Lovingly and very sadly missed by grandson Roland Dumont and special fnend Lillian Dumont RUZESKY In loving memory of Pearl, who passed away October 1, 1992 One year has passed since that sad day When the one we loved was called away, God took her home It was his will Within in our hearts she liveth still We do not need a special day To bnng you to our minds. For the days we do not think of you Are very hard to find. Always remembered and sadly missed by your children, grandchildren and great grandchildren CARD OF THANKS 1065 The family of the late LANCE BROUGHTON wish to convey our heartfelt gratitude to the many relatives fnends and neighbors who extended their deepest sympathy through cards flowers donations food visits and phone calls We would especially like to thank Pastor David Hunter, The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 362 for the Legion Rights and the lovely lunch prepared by the Ladies Auxiliary Special thanks to Larry Joe. Marty. John and Dave from McK agues Funeral Chaoel Forever grateful Ruth Broughton and family Thanks to relatives friends Drs Martens Shorma and nurses at Coronary Unit and a special thanks to Brother John and Olga for all the care I received Jessie Sagen Resort Temperatures For the Record Thursdays Temperatures Low 6 High 12 Todays Normals Low 1.6 High 14.4 Todays Records High 30.6 set in 1957 Low -12.8 set in 1936 A year ago today: Low 6.9 High 27.2 CARD OF THANKS 1065 THANH YOU SASKATOON The Family otDenis ( AHETU and the staff of W P Bate School would like to thank every one for the wonderful response to our St-olember 18tn Benefit Garage Sale for Oents Over $3000 was raised to assist the family and Denis with his fight with cancer Your canng generously is greatly appreciated SASKATCHEWAN Abilities COUNCIL The Saskatchewan Abilities Council extends sincere condolences on the passing of Mrs Dorothy Maton The late Mr and Mrs Maton s generous support of the Council s programs and services helped us to fulfill our mission to provide and assist optimal independence and active participation in ail aspects of society for people with disabilities. NORDfCK Lyle and Marcelle are pleased to announce the arrival of their daughter Zoey Mane Bom September 20, 1993 at 9 27 a m . weighing 8 lbs , 12 o i and 22 inches long Proud grandparents are Ron and Bea Reich of David son and Arthur and Alice Nordirk of Engletetd Special thanks to Dr Large and all the staff at St Paul s Hospital LAGIMODIERE Big sister Krista Eiem proudly welcomes home her new baby sister, Mana Katanna. bom Septem ber 8. 1993 at 7 58 p m weighing 6 lbs 6 ozs Beaming with joy are parents Geny and Daphne Proud grandparents are Ron and Helen Lagimodiere and Chns and Soula Kan gles Special thanks to Judy and all the kind Nurses at Royal University Hosprta! and to Dr Ann Doig, Dr Bowman and Dr Moms COMING EVENTS 1079 SASKATOON SINGLES & married couples Pattern Dance every Mon 7 30 p m at downtown legion, 2nd Ave & 19th St Call 9334881 or 3848709 AIRLINER SINGLES DANCE. Airliner Hall 1 810 45th Come one come all Music by League of Natrons" Oct 1st, 9-1 Lunch served For more info call Vera 382-0687. Emilie 382-8265, Henry 242-6061 THE FAMILY of Linda Hildebrandt invite friends and relatives to a tea October 10 24 p m to help celebrate her 90th Birthday, at the New Honzons. Biggar Gifts graciously declined SASKAIONE SOCIAL Club 92 Dance at Downtown legion 2nd Ave & 19th St on Sat. Oct 293 Music by Davidson Gems For members & guests Admission Members, $5 50 Guests $8 50 Newcomers welcome I D required Western Dance For more info call 373-3978 382 5835 SINGLES Square Dance Club Tues September 28 8 '00 downtown Legion For information contact 249-3931 SASKATOON MINUS One Inc Dance on Fnday, October 1. Army & Navy Hall 9-1, Music by Prairie Gold no jeans ID required Members, $5 50 Guests, $8 50 384-6102, 382-6614 All singles welcome TRAVEL 1091 OUTDOOR ADVENTURE Explore BC and Alberta s outdoor adventure possibilities a comprehensive guide $5 00 COD chargps Send SASE REC NET. Box 1013, Station M Calgary AB T2P2K4 LOST AND FOUND 1101 FOUND Kitten long haired orange tabby, 400 block, 6th St E phone 653-2051 LOST IN Mount Royal green & yellow budgie, tame, lost Tues , Sept 28 Reward 382 3356 ' ' FOUND Black cat with white markings, male, approx 1 yearold 26008th St E Phone653-1728 FOUND IN Confederation area, a bull Temer or Stafford shire cross brown & black bdrvlle Phone 3843201 LOST YOUNG male orange shorthaired cat green eyes Answers to Tigger" Lawson Heights area Missing since Sept 18 Reward Phone 9346035 LOST From North Park area male neutered cat light prey with some light cream under tummy & chin Comes to the nameGrey Notwearingcollar Please call 934 5093 23 MONTH OLD female cat short hair white 4 black white paws, found Sept 27th on 500 block 4th St E Phone 6524711 LOST 1 WHITE male cat with Woe eyes, very friendly lost In areaofl5thSt E Reward if lound Please call 931 7350 LOST PROBABLY in Wildwood area about Sept 25. mans plain gokj wedding ring Great sentimental value Call 477-0772 LOST 1600 Block Hilliard St E male cat approx 5 years old short hair, orange stripped head 4 back, whtte chest stomach 4 feet wearing tan collar distinctive markings, no tail Call 384-0522 Reward offered MISSING Affectionate long haired gray Tabby cat, Lawson Heights Reward Phone 242 2013 REWARD FOR return of grey zipoered bnef case lost be tween Bessborough Hotel 4 2nd Ave N Phone 242 8165 FOUND 1 Chrysler key with red key tag Phone 652 5183 LOSTA pePCheck with the Saskatoon SPCA Phone 374PETS LOST Exhibition area all black long hair male cat with gold eyes three years old very friendly, missed lots any info please ohone 2444002 evenings (CP) Moon New, Oct. 15 First, Oct. 22 Full, Oct. 30 Last, Oct. 8 Sun Rose today 7:08 Sets 6:45 National Temperatures Continental Temperatures J

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