Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada on January 2, 1986 · 31
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International B11 Thursday, January 2, 1986 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Star-Phoenix Israel plans to pursue terrorists JERUSALEM (AP) Israeli Prime Minister Shimon Peres said Wednesday that Israel will pursue Palestinian terrorists "with all the means at its dispos al" and will not let them derail . Middle East peace efforts. In a speech to parliament, Peres said military action alone cannot defeat terrorism unless western countries stop showing "leniency toward violent organ izations," including the Palestine Liberation Organization. Peres, commenting on Friday's airport assaults at the Vienna and Rome airports, repeated his pledge to ferret out and punish those responsible for the attacks that left 18 dead and about 120 wounded. Peres singled out the dissident Palestinian guerrilla faction of Abu Nidal, who broke with the PLO in 1974, and lambasted Li bya, Abu Nidal's main base of op erations, as a "state that deals in - crime." He said Abu Nidal's group is re-. sponsible for 33 attacks that killed 90 people and wounded 350 in the last year, including the Nov. 23 hi jacking of an Egyptair jet to Mal- . ta that lett 60 people dead. Israel will ''act with all the means at its disposal: pre-emp tive operations, direct contronta tion and punitive measures' to combat Palestinian attacks, Peres said. He called on other countries to rid themselves "of a measure of ; forgiveness and light-mindedness . toward the terrorist organiza : tions." . Despite PLO denials of responsibility and condemnation of the attacks, Peres did not exonerate : Yasser Arafat's organization. He said the PLO has created an at mosphere of violence that further ; discredits it as a potential partner , for Middle East peace talks. The PLO is "the chief terrorist ; organization," and Abu Nidal is ; one PLO offspring, Peres said The PLO has refused to reject terrorism and "at best this is an organization that has diplomacy , but not policy, and whose basic . strategy rests on terrorism, Peres said. The 15-minute speech won across-the-board support in a vote. But some left-wing mem bers of parliament criticized Peres for lumping all PLO fac tions together. "Why do you choose to ignore the fact that Abu Nidal is Arafat's enemy and even has put a price on Arafat's head?" said Chaika Grossman of the socialist Mapam -party. Abu Nidal, whose real name is , Sabry al-Banna, has threatened to '- kill Arafat and as a result has been sentenced to death in absents tia by Arafat's own Fatah guerril- la organization. Right-wing Likud member " Ehud Olmert said "vengeance is :; a justifiable response" to terror- - ism but called on the United - States to retaliate and not wait for Israel. "We must tell our American friends, with all due respect, that Israel's courage cannot replace z their own action against terror-: ism," said Olmert. Peres urged the international community to adopt "unequivocal z. sanctions against those countries that aid the terrorists financially, with money, bases and a haven." "Z But, he added, "before we talk z. of military action we must ask: why the leniency toward Libya?" He said Libyan leader Moam-5; mar Khadafy "gets receptions, his country is free of sanctions, of political, legal and economic puni- tive measures. If this leniency is " not stopped, the war against ter- - ror will never succeed." Geula Cohen, a member from the extreme right-wing Tehiya party, called on the government to clamp down further on PLO ac-J tivism among the 1.3 million r Palestinians in the occupied West Bank of the Jordan River and - Gaza Strip. Cohen called for more Jewish settlements in the areas captured :: in the 1967 Middle East war "to close a loophole in our policy that is giving the Palestinians hope that they may one day create a : state there." Meanwhile, Israeli military :- sources reported two separate bomb attacks apparently mark-: ing the 21st anniversary of the first guerrilla operation by Arafat's Fatah faction of the :: PLO. No one was hurt. A bomb exploded harmlessly ;v' about 500 metres from the gate of T the Israeli military headquarters at Beit El in the West Bank, eight kilometres north of Jerusalem. A ; grenade that was thrown into the ; courtyard at an army base in the occupied Gaza Strip failed to ex- plode. The Israel authorities also jailed five Palestinians without trial. I Star Phoenix Printed and published daily except Sun days and 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 Direct dial numbers for Star-Phoenix General Editorial 652-9200 664-8231 Circulation Classified 664-8320 653-2100 Display 664-8340 William C. Duflus, Executive Vice-President: James E. Petro, Executive Editor; Ed Setwatyen, Marketing Manaaer: Merv Carev. Production Manaoen Wavne wonitwrg, urcumion Manager; Lawrence ueisei, Controller; Wirt Popoft, Associate Editor; Armand Kraft, Advertising Manager. CLASSIFIED RATES CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Ph. 653-2100 Office Hours: Monday to Friday 8:00 a.m. 4:30 p.m. Classified Telephone hours: Monday to Fridays 6:00 a.m. 8:00 p.m. Closed Saturdays Sundays 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Classified Display General Rate 1.35 Volume Discount Rates apply. Classified Display Is charged for by the measured modular agate line. The rate per modular agate line for classified display advertising is the same as that for retail display advertising. Single and multiple columns accepted. Logos permitted. 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CIRCULATION: For home delivery, call: SASKATOON 64-8320 BATTLEFORDS 445-5959 HUMBOLDT 682-4656 KINDERSLEY 463-4326 LA RONGE 425-3033 LLOYDMINSTER 875-2153 MELFORT 752-4586 MEADOW LAKE 236-6047 NIPAWIN 862-5237 PRINCE ALBERT 763-2440 MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES I year 1114 00 6 months 60.00 3 months 32.00 1 month 12.00 One Issue per week (year) Monday-Thursday 28.00 Friday or Saturday 32.00 Deaths BOKURAK The passing of Mrs. Rose Bokurak, age 65 years, of 1829 East Hill, Saskatoon occurred In a local hospital on Tuesday, December 31st, 1985. The Funeral Service will be held on Saturday, January 4th at 10:00 a.m. conducted by Rev. Father William Makarenko from All Saints Ukrainian Orthodox Church, 2616 Louise Street. Prayers will be said on Friday evening, January 3rd at 7:30 p.m. at All Saints Ukrainian Orthodox Church. Surviving are: her loving husband Fred; one daughter: Mrs. Audrey (Ed ward ) Warchol of Calgary, Alfa. ; one son: David (Anna) Bokurak of Rosthern, Sask.; two grand children: Teagan and Tina Bokurak; her mother: Mrs. Paraska Bllvk of Saskatoon; three sisters: Mrs. Annie Michaylluk of Saskatoon; Mrs. Katherine Bayda of Saskatoon and Mrs. Jennie Kalynka of Alvena, Sask. and one brother: Bill Bilvk of Wakaw, Sask. She was predeceased by her father, Mr. George Bilvk and one infant brother, Dmytro. The late Mrs. Boku rak wasbornand raised at St. Julien, Saskatche wan and later worked In Hamilton, Ontario and Prince Albert prior to her marriage to Fred Bokurak in 1946. Mr. and Mrs. Bokurak farmed in the St. Jullenareauntil retiring to Saskatoon in 1978 and both were active in the St. Julien and Wakaw communities. Memorial donations may be made to the Saskatchewan Heart Foundation, 279Thtrd Avenue N Saskatoon, S7K2H8or to All Saints Ukrainian Orthodox Church. Interment will takeplace In Wood I awn Orthodox Cemetery. Arrangements are In care of Park Funeral Chap el. RICHTEB The passing of Mrs. Milanda R ichter, age 65 years, of 1 18 Boyd Street, Saska toon occurred at her residence on Sunday, December 29th, 1985. The Funeral Service will be held on Friday, January 3rd at3:00p.m. conduct ed by Pastor Daniel DeBlock from Park Funeral Chapel, 311 Third Avenue North. Courtesy park ing north of the Chapel. Surviving are: one daugther: Elva Richter of Saskatoon; one son: Ken (Linda) of Regina, Sask.; two grandchil dren: Lindsay and Stacey of Regina; one sister: Mrs. Dorthea (Lloyd) Soper of Williams Lake, B.C. and one brother: Herman(Helen) Krugerof Williams Lake, B.C. She was predeceased by her husband Robert In 1984, her parents, Mr. John and Mrs. Jullanna Kruger and two children In Infancy. The late Mrs. Richter was born In Brunn, Germany and came to Canada in 1927 to the Medstead district of Saskatchewan. In 1941 she married Robert Richter and moved to Leask, Sask. where shelived until 1967whenshecameto Saskatoon and had resided here since. Flowers are gratefully declined and Memorial donations may be made to the Arthritis Society, 864 Victo ria Avenue East, Regina, Sask. S4N 0P2. Interment wllltakeplacelnthefamllyplotatHII Icrest Memorial Gardens. Arrangements are Incareof Park Funeral Chapel. Deaths EATON The death of Edward George Eaton, age 85 years, of the Saskatoon Convalescent Home, formerly of 1017 Dufferin Avenue, occurred at his residence on December 31st, 1985. Mr. Eaton was born in England and came to Canada with his parents and resided in Regina before coming to Saskatoon. He operated a radio repair business in Saskatoon and was a member of the Amateur Radio Club for many years. The Funeral Service will be held on Friday, January 3rd, 1986 at 1 : 30 p.m. in the Chapel of McKague's Funeral Home conducted by Archdeacon H.W. Brandrick. Guest parking directly south of McKague's Funeral Home, Third Avenue at 20th Street. GEIB We announce with sorrow the death of Kathleen Durrant Geibof Conquest, Saskatchewan. Kathleen Lelond was born in Arrow River, Manitoba on April 19, 1914. She died in the Outllook Union Hospital on December 31, 1985. Kathleen was married to Alfred Geib on Februarys, 1935. TheymovedtoConquest in November of 1939 and had resided there since that time. Kathleen was a member of the Conquest United Church. She wasa life member of United Church Women. She wasapastpresident of the Conquest U.C.W. Kathleen was a member of C.G. I .T., and later a leader. She taught Sunday School for several years. Kathleen was president of the Conquest Home and School Association, and was a past Worthy Matron of the Conquest Chapter of the Eastern Star. Kathleen was predeceased by her husband Alf in November, 1985. She leaves to remember her with love; five sons, Fred of Saskatoon, Jim (Doreen) of Calgary, Glen (Myrna) of Vancouver, Doug (Caroline) of Conquest, Ron (Debbie) of Abbotsford, and onedaughter, Eleanor of Winnipeg. Therearesixgrandsonsand two granddaughters. She is also survived by: two brothers, Douglas (Maud) Lelond, and Wilfred (Enda) Lelond of Mimota, Manitoba, and by many nieces, nephews, friends and neighbours. A Memorial Service will be held in the Conquest United Church on Friday, January 3rd., at 1:30 p.m. conducted by the Reverend Mary Duncan and Rowena McLeilan. Cremation has already taken place. Memorial gifts may be given to the Outlook Union Hospital or the Conquest United Church Memorial Fund. Arrangements have been entrusted to Saskatoon Funeral Home. The Family wish to thank Dr. B. Neufeldandthestaff of the Outlook Union Hospital, Dr. B. Larson and thestaffofWest3ofSaskatoonOty Hospital, and Dr. G. Veregese and the staff of the Geriatric Assessment Unit at the University Hospital, and Don and Sharon McLeod for their care of our Mother during her recent illness. GOUOIE The death of Hugh (Scotty) Goudie, age 86 years of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan oc curred at his residence on Tuesday, December 31st, 1985. The Funeral Service will be held on Friday, January 3rd, 1986 at 1 :30 p.m. at The Chapel of Saskatoon Funera I Home conducted by Pastor Norman Morris. (Memorial donations to the Shrine Hospital For Cripple Children co Wa Wa Temple, 2065 Hamilton Street, Regina, Sas katchewan would be appreciated in lieu of flo wers). Surviving are his loving wife, Gretta L one daughter, Betty Ann and her husband, Ron Anderson of Saskatoon: one granddaughter, Lin da Lee (Frank) Chacun of Regina; two grand sons, Douglas and Kenneth Anderson both of Saskatoon; two great grandchildren, Brian and Stacev Chacun both of Regina; and numerous cousins living in Winnipeg and Montreal. Mr, Goudie was born in Troon Ayrshire, Scotland on October 23rd, 1899. He emigrated to Canada in 1912, settling in Midland, Ontario. Mr. Goudie had been involved in banking for 43 years in Ontario and later moving to Western Canada in 1922 where he had been employed by the Canadi an Imperial Bank Of Commerce at Aberdeen, Cudworth and Rouleau, Saskatchewan. He had resided at Meota, Saskatchewan (Jack Fish Lake) and Texas prior to making his home In Saskatoon In 1981. Mr. Goudie had received his life memberships to the Aberdeen Masonic Lodge No. 205 and the Shrine Lodge. Interment will take place in Hlllcrest Memorial Gardens. (Courtesy parking south of Chapel, corner of 4th Avenue at 25th Street.) ROGOWSKI Mr. Nick Rogowski, age 84, be loved husband of Mrs. Mary Rogowski (nee Kressock) of Blaine Lake, passed away in a Sas katoon hospital on Monday, December 30, 1985, Prayer Service was held at 8:00 p.m. on Thurs day, January 2f rom The Blessed Mary of Perpetual Help Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church in Blaine Lake. Devine Funeral Liturgy will be celebrated at 11:00 a.m. on Friday, January 3 fron; the Blaine Lake Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church by Rev. Father D. Mazun. Predeceased by his parents; an infant son ; five brothers, Joe, Steve, Bill, Harry, and Dan; two sisters, Tilly Dubkowski, Nettie Keryluk. Surviving are his loving wife, Mary of Blame Lake; two sons, Dan, (Dorothy Montgomery) Rogowski of Preece- ville; Harry (Opal Pelchat) Rogowski of Prince Albert; two daughters, Helen (Jim) Hunchakof Blaine Lake; and Jean (Bill) Leschyshyn of Prince Albert; thirteen grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews. Born August 19, 1901 in Austria and in 1903 came to Canada with his parents and settled in Mileb, Manitoba. In 1925 he married Mary and together they farmed in Blaine Lake. Interment In the Blaine Lake Catholic Cemetery. Arrange ments are entrusted to Paulhus Funeral Service Of Shellbrook (747-2494). Funerals MARCOUX The Funeral Mass for Mr. Lawrence Peter Marcoux who died on December 27,' 1985, was held from St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church on Monday, December 30, 1985 at 10:30 a.m. Celebrated by Rev. Fr. E. Quinn, CSsR, Rev. Dino Benedet, CSsR and Rev. Ken Stevens CSsR. Pallbearers were Peter Marcoux, Eugene Marcoux, David Marcoux, Kevin Ellis, Brian Ellis and Bradley Stuike. Interment was madein the Roman Catholic Cemetery. Arrangements were in care of Westwood Funeral Chapel. MAY The Funeral Service of Henrietta Connor May who died on Friday, December 27th, 1985 was held from the Chapel of Saskatoon Funeral Home on Tuesday, December 31st at 11:00 a.m. conducted by Carlton Miller. Honorary Pallbearers were: James Souster, Nat Leonard, George Whitmore and Wallace Adair. Active Pallbearers were: "Grandsons" Bob Cumm-ings, Andy Borzel, Gordie May, Norman Mav, Ken Davidson and David Porter. Interment took Place In Harris Cemetery, Harris, Saskatchewan. RAKOCHUK The Funeral Service of Tony Ra-kochuk who died on Friday, December 27th, 1985 was held from the Chapel of Saskatoon Funeral Home on Tuesday, December 31st at 1 :30 p.m. conducted by Rev. Wayne McLaren. Honorary Pallbearers were: Jake Kowalenko, Mac Sum- mach, Balzer Reinboldt, George Koroll, Mike Dorosh and Bill Nidesh. Active Pallbearers were: Bill Gregory, Denny Summach, Michael Dahlseide, John Burwell, Darren Dahlseide and Larry Dahlseide. Interment took place In Wood-lawn Cemetery. WARNER The Funeral Serviceof Elsie Warner who died on Saturday, December 28th, 1985 was held from the Chapel of Saskatoon Funeral Home on Tuesday, December 31 st at 3 : 30 p.m. conducted by Rev. Bob Thompson. Pallbearers were: Conny Relter, Louis Hrynluk, Jersey Duerr, Al McMillan, Blair Peters and Bob Baker. Interment took place In Woodlawn Cemetery. McLACHLAN The Memorial Service for Mr. Hugh McLachlan who died on December 28th, 1985 was held from Westwood Funeral Chapel on Tuesday, December 31st, 1985 at 1 :30 p.m. conducted by Rev. Dr. G. Redcliffe. Honorary pall bearers were: Bill Comrie, Lynn Forsberg, Bud Shortt, Bill Bent, Earl Brown, Roland Bur- demdt. Cremation. Interment of Cremalns in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Arrangements were In care of WESTWOOD FUNERAL CHAP EL. In Memoriams 4 RUDD - With cherished and tend memories of Charlie, a devoted husband, father and grandfather, who passed away January 2, 1985. Forever loved and remembered. Lovingly, Rose, Robin, Bill, Rhonda, Janaand Joanne. VAN IMPE In loving memory of our fattier, grandfather and great-grandfather, John (Pop) Van Impe, who passed away December 31, 1983. While he sleeps a peaceful sleep, His memory we shall always keep. Ever remembered with love by his wife Celestln, and his son Robert and his family Card Of Thanks SHMON - We wish to express our thanks to all of our family, friends, and neighbors for the many acts of kindness shown to us both before and after the passing of our little one Steven Cory Shmon. Sincerest appreciation to the Doctors, Nurses, and staff al the University Hospital tor the wonderful rare and attention received. Thank you to Doctor McSheftrev tor his visits, support, and kindness. Thank you to Father Be- dard and Mr. B. Untier Pastoral Services for their vis- Its and comforting messages, Thank you to ail for the phone calls, visits, prayers, cards, flowers, and food during the illness & death of Steven. A very special thanks to the ones who helped with the lunch. Thank you to Torry Michaylluk and the staff ot Park Funeral Chapel for tholr kindness, efficiency, and assistance. Thank you to Father B. Lafreniere for his kind assistance. Special mention of thinks to Edith and the staff of University Hospital Cafeteria for their support and kindness and to Edith Skinner Cancer Clinic Social Worker tor her tremendous support and friendship. The Shmon & Guest Families. ICotitimtit) 5 THE FAMILY of the late Fred Tokar ot Saskatoon would like to express our thanks and appreciaton to alt who helped us during our father's illness & death. We would like to thank all who called, listened, & extended heip to us during our time of loss. A sincere thank you to the Saskatoon Veteran's home, St. George's Church, and affiliates, Father Len Cyr, and all other Churches and organizations. A special thank you to the medical and general staff of fne Intercontinental Packers for their help and understanding and the staff of Park Funeral Chapel who made our loss easier to bear. To ail others that we have not mentioned we ex tend our appreciation and thanks. The Tokar family - Robert, Juliette, & family, Ray mond, Charlene, & Joe, Sharon. Funeral Directors Park Funeral Chapel Terry G. Mlchayliuk - Donald Somers 311 3RD AVE, NO. 244-2103 SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME W. Arnold Edwards, Robert F. Daurie Ph J.u-557 338 4th Ave North Crematoriums Hillcrest Memorial Gardens And Crematorium Memorial 8. Cremation Service - 477-2236 PRAIRIE VIEW CHAPEL Memorial and Cremation Services. Highway 11 South 242-7884 '- Box 2061 Legacies Memorial 10 BOSCO SOCIETY Gretetully accepts memorial donations and legacies to help in the establishment and operation of centres for the treatment of the very emotionally troubled children and adolescents of our society. Tax deductible. Mail to P.O. Box 17S5. Regi na, Sask. S4P 3C6. SASK. ALZHEIMER'S & RELATED DISEASE ASSOC. Gratefully accept memorial donations and legacies for education and research. Tax deductible. P.O. Box 1876, Regina. Sask., S4P 3F2. Personal 14 ACUTE PAIN CONTROL T.E.N.S. electronic device for pain control as shown on T.V. program Market Place now available in Saskatche- wan. For Ireedemo.&apt. Phone 6S3-2175or93t-248. ALL ESTIMATES Free. Mayfair T V. 4)4 33rd St. W. Answers Your Questions SYLVIAN - READER & ADVISOR She will tell you about Love. Marriage, Health. Business. She will explain your past, present, future. Private and confidential. Call 664-0020, 1211 Idylwyld Dr. No. ARE YOU PREGNANT? We can help both of vou. Birthright 343-6636, North Battletord 446-3312, Hum- boldt 682-4010. BEFORE YOU rent, please call Rick at 382-2920. "BE MY LIFE'S COMPANION, & YOU'LL NEVER grow old." If you'd like to meet someone nice to mar ry, write: Zales' Spouse Locaters Service. Box, 7954, Saskatoon, Sask., S7K 4R6 BIRTH CONTROL information. Planned Parenthood, 244-7989, 10 - 12 noon, 1 4 p.m. weekdays. CRISIS PREGNANCY LINE. 665-7550. Free, Private. DATES GALORE For all ages & unattached. Thousands ot members anxious to meet you. Prestige Ac quaintances. Ton Free 1 800-263-6673 Hours lOam-flpm kDATING SERVICE For ages 19 . 70 plus in Saskatchewan. Our members have met the nicest people - You can too. Call: BEA'S DATA-MATE 2425 13th Ave., Regina 1-525-9174 ,".! DIANA'S Palm& Card Reading & Wishes you a HAPPY NEW YEAR. Back in Jan. 8t. FOR BETTER health try reflexologybodv therapy. Exc. results. Call 665-31)1. HOUSEKEEPER for semi retired lady. Must be non smoker, have references, drivers licence, able to travel, mature person with no family encumbrances pre- ferred. Reply to Box 244D star Phoenix. KAHRELLAH LANDA (Yogin, Hypnotherapist) Want to Change your Life? Transform behaviour pat terns! use the powerful tools ot yoga & hypnosis! Achieve-Stress Reduction; Weight Loss; Quit Smoking; Drug Withdrawal; Pain Control; Self-Confidence; Clari- tyof Life path. For a FreeConsultation, docal I Kahrellah. 664-4410 (9:30 a.m. 1 :30 p.m.) KNITTING CLASSES start in Jan. Register now. 374- 9820 after 6. NEW CHRISTMAS SONG is now available at Tramps & Records on wheels; A great present for little ears! NEW Year's Dance Fri.. Jan. 3, Old Tvme Music, Joe Gallagher's Band at the Union Center, downstairs, $3.00 a person. Free Lunch. Everyone welcome. NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTION: LOSE WEIGHT and INCHES! YOU can become a happy loser, safely, quickly and easily, using our HERBAL WEIGHT CONTROL PRO GRAMME. Thousands have done it; SOCAN YOU! SAT ISFACTION GUARANTEED, or all your money back. (Guarantee period Is 30 days). CALL NOW.. .DAVE (204) 687-6644. ALL YOU HAVE TO LOSE IS WEIGHT! UNUSUAL BUYS are available in Classified. Check for them today! PERSON TO Person Correspondence Club introductions for sincere unattached. Free brochure. Box 1661. Saskatoon, S7k 3R8. ROSE MARKING DEVICES. I3IB 20th St. West. 244-5885. Manufacturers of rubber stamps, pocket stamps, self-inking stamps. SASKALONE SOCIAL CLUB Western Dance tor members & their unmarried guests Friday, January 3, Air iner Hall. Music: Prvme Tvme. For into call 664-8607 or 652-2249. Hospitalization or Membership cards required at door. SHAKLEE NATURES' Products. 931-2383. YOUR NAME reveals how you think. Ph: Kabalarian Philosophie, 652-5191. A SPECIAL FROM COMPUTER DATE It's our third year of bringing wonderful people together and we would like to say thanks to all our clients who have made our service so successful. SASKATOON COMPUTER DATE 242-3861 Mon.-Fri. 1:00-9:30 Sat. 11:00-4:00 Offices in Regina, Sask. and Victoria, B.C. Personal Services 15 ALL RUBBISH Hauling: Reas. Call us! 9J1-336B. AA'S BOTTLE PICKUP. 382-7704. ABLE Handyman with V? ton will haul or move. SIQload. Phone 955-3627 ADAMS MOVING & Storage. Experienced movers. 5 ton fully equip, van. Winter rate, 8hr. 343-137. DRAPES: Will make, remake or repair. 242-7175. FOR PROFESSIONAL HAIR care in the comfort of your home, perms, haircuts, etc. Call 382-8092. FUR REPAIR S. RESTYLING. DAYTIME 653-4050. GERMAN-RUSSIAN translations by exper. Ph. D. Legal, Technical, Commercial. Accurate, prompt, contidential. Ph. 934-6430. Miss Cynthia Reader & Advisor Call now by telephone for Immediate results. Help on all problems of lite, guarantees success where others fail, two questions free by phone. Call today for help (713 ) 995-6036, 6203 S, Braeswood, Houston, TX 77096. NEED SOMETHING DRAWN? Freelance Artist. Guaranteedsatisfactlon. 373-7609 TAS ONE TON truck and 2 men. Reasonable rates. Call or Shaun. 664-2656 or 382)449. RENOVATIONS bathrooms & additions. Quality workmanship. Phone Ed 2.54-424(1 . STUDENT WILL shovel walks Call lim: 653 491(1 Lost 'n' Found 18 FOUND ball point pen in tront ot Sturdy Mone tnjild- Ing. Please Identity. Call 343 1028. FOUND in Confederation area someone's key, around Dec 20 Phone 384-7464. LOST: Young female Border Collie, 20!h St. and Ave. O area. Phone 652-24BS. LOST: 1 set of keys in downtown area. Reward. Call 653-1748. LOST 2 FULL grown Labrador pups, I black Lab named Midnight, tattoo in ear, choker collar, pure black, no distinguishing marks. 2nd Is Joy and she s old. abundant white markings on chest, 4 legs & hind quarter, choker collar. Large reward offered. Missing In Martensville Dec 29, at approi. V Pm. 242-8571 after LOST i YR. OLD female dog, white, Poodle-Terrier cross, missing since Christmas Eve. Richmond Hts. area. Answers to name Brandy. Terribly missed bv her family. Reward offered. Call .382-8356 or 374-3635. WE HAVE LOST a brown & white miniature Collie who is very sadly missed by his family. If vou have found him or have any information regarding his whereabouts, please brighten our Christmas season by calling 683-0757 Reward offered Happr Dars 18 MY NAME IS "WIWWY" BUT MY FWIENDS CALL ME "BIWWY" HAPPY HALF CENTURY YOUR FWIENDS MARJ AND BILL Card Of Thanks (Cmtimmh 18 HAPPY 80TH BIRTHDAY MOM With Love From The Family IT'S HERE! For all the world to know. You've finally hit the bi9 FIVE-O! Happy Birthday. Bill! Love your family. Tenders Happy Days .Ac llMllll -. , Saskatchewan Power Corporation , TENDERS Sealed Tenders will be received from 22. 12:00 Noon CST, for: Backhoe Operators - 1986 PrimeContractorswishingtoobtainTenderingDocumentsshouldcontactthe: Saskatchewan Power Corporation 2025 Victoria Avenue Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 0S1 Attention: M. McWilliams Telephone No. (306) 566-2756 Ref: Inquiry No. 5438MAA Subcontractors should arrange viewing the Prime Contractor or through the Regina, Prince Albert, Saskatoon, and Moose Jaw Construction Associations. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. 'SASKATCHEWAN POWER CORPORATION Saskatchewan Power Corporation TENDERS Sealed Tenders will be received from 22, 12:00 Noon CST, for: Pipeline Welders - 1986 Prime ContractorswishingtoobtainTendering Documents should contact the: Saskatchewan Power Corporation 2025 Victoria Avenue Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 0S1 Attention: AA. McWilliams Telephone No. (306) 566-2756 Ref: Inquiry No. 5439MM Subcontractors should arrange viewing of the Plans and Specifications through the Prime Contractor or through the Regina, Prince Albert, Saskatoon, and Moose Jaw Construction Associations. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. SASKATCHEWAN POWER CORPORATION SASK TEL Invitation to Submit An Expression of Interest by Cable Plow Contractors CaHe plow contractors interested In plowing and splicing communicationscablefor Sask Tel are invited to submit a completed resume form, indicating their qualifications, to the office of the Assistant Vice President - Buildings, Supplies & Services, 12th Floor 2121 Saskatchewan Drive, Regina by 2:00 PMC.S.T., Thursday, January 23, 1986. Information must be submitted in a sealed envelope, and on the proper form Information will include related past experience, equipment and resources available, and fi nancial and bonding position. The expressions of Interest will be used to create an invitational tender list for various cable projects within the province. Sask Tel wishes tostress that submissionofaresumetorm does not constitute automatic incluslonon the bidderslist. Resume forms and envelopes mav be obtained from Buildings, Suppllesand Services, 12th Floor, 2121 Saskat chewan Drive, Regina. or by phoning (3061 347-2067. Telephone Inquiries related to this advertisement are to be directed lo Mr. Fred Yeo at 347-2066. W. A Bruce. Assistant Vice President Buildings, Supplies & Services Total Telecommunications Notices 22 IN THE COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH NOTICE TO: Eric Bear, formerly of 376 Stadacona Street, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. Take Notice that an Action has been commenced against you In this Court bv the Saskatchewan Indian Agricultural Program Inc. in which the Plaintiff's claim Is for the transfer of certain parcels ot land reg istered in the name 01 Eric Bear, The land Is legally described as follows: THE MOST SOUTHERLY HALF IN PERPENDICULAR WIDTH THROUGHOUT OF BLOCK FOUR (4). AND THE WHOLE OF BLOCK SIX (6), IN AN ADDI TION TOO THE CITY OF MOOSE JAW, IN THE PROVINCE OF SASKATCHEWAN, IN THE DOMIN ION Or CANADA, ACCORDING TO A PLAN Or RECORD IN THF. LAND TITLES OFFICE FOR THE MOOSE JAW LAND REGISTRATION DISTRICT AS NO: M, 4531; EXCEPT: Out olthe Southern One Halt ot Block Four (41. Six Hundredths (6,1001 ot an acre, more or less, taken for a Roadway as the same Is shown as Parcel "F", and registered In the said Land Titles Office as NO: 73MJI26U9, and the whole of block seven 7i. in an adi- TION TO THE CITY OF MOOSE JAW, IN THE PROVINCE OF SASKATCHEWAN, IN THE OOMIN- ON OF CANADA, ACCORDING TO A PLAN Or RECORD IN THE LAND TITLES OFFICE FOR THE MOOSE JAW LAND REGISTRATION DISTRICT AS NO: M. 4531; And thai It has been ordered that service of the Statement of Claim on you be effected bv this advertisement as your whereabouts are unknown to the Court. It vou desire to defend or counter-claim the action, the steps vou must take and the times within which vou must take them are set out in the Notice attached to the Statement ot Claim. A copy of the Statement of Claim with the Notice, will be mailed to you on request addressed to the Local Registrar, Court of Queen's Bench. Court House, Regina, Saskatchewan. It vou do not file an answer in the said Local Registry and take other steps set out in the Notice endorsed on the Statement ot Claim within twenty days ot the dale of the publication of this advertisement, then vou will not be entitled to further Notice other1 than Notice of Trial, which it has been Ordered may be served on you by filing a copy thereof with local Registrar, ten days after which the Plaintiff may proceed and the relief mav be given in your absence. , Happy Days Congratulations to Stanley & Angel ine Piasecki who celebrated 50 years of marriage on December 22, 1985 Love, Johnny, Vicki and Bernie "HAPPY NIFTY 50" M0NA LOVE ANITA & AUDREY 13 Prime Contractors only, until 1986, January for North and South Zones of the Plans and Specifications through Prime Contractors only, until 1986, January for North and South Zones Notices (Cunltmnill 22 NOTICE OF SALE Pursuant lo an Order o the Court of Queen's Bench, Judicial Centre ot Saskatoon, which will be produced at the time of sale, there will be offered tor sale bv Messrs. Robertson, Muzvka. Bctl, Robertson & Nieman, Barristers & Solicitors, bv PUBLIC AUCTION Pridav. January 10, 1986 dt 2:00 in the afternoon (local time) at theotftcesof Messrs. Robertson, MuTvtca. Bell, Robort-son & Nieman, Barristers & Solicitors, 31 1 - ?0th Street Ea.t, tn the City of Saskatoon, in the Province of Saskatchewan, the following lands: Lot Forty nine (49) in Block Seven Hundred and Throe f 703) in the City of Saskatoon, in the Province ot Saskatchewan, inthe Dominion of Canada, aeeordingtoaPlfinof Record m the Land Titles Office for the Sas-kaloon Land Registration District as No. 74-S-19932. MINERALS EXCEPTED, These are resident ial premises located at M DeGeer Crescent, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. TERMS OF SALE: (a) The mortgaged premises are to be sow clear of all encumbrances. (b) The mortgaged premises are to be sold subject to an upset price of $120,000,00. The Plaintiff and Defendant in the action shall have leave to bid at the sale. Thesuccessfuibidshallbeaccompanied bv a 10 percent deposit in the form of cash, certified cheque or bank draft payable to Messrs. Robertson. Mu-vka, Bell, Robertson & Nieman. The balance ot the bid price shall be deposited upon the sale being duly confirmed, and the sale is to be confirmed within two months fromthedateofthesale. Thedepositwillbeforfeitedifthe Purchaser tails toacceptthetranster and pay the balance ot the purchase price. The Purchaser shall assume all realty taxes levied against the property. Upon delivery of the transfer duly confirmed, the land purchased will vest in the name of the Purchaser or his nominee and the Defendants and all persons claiming through or under them are to give up possession of the property to the Purchaser or his nominee within ?0 dnvs after service upon them of the Order confirming the sale. UponconfirmaHonof the sale. Messrs. Robertson, Muzv-ka, Bell, Robertson and Nieman shall preparea Transfer of the land in order to place Title In the name of the Purchaser, which Transfer shall be executed by a member of sakf law firm and shall be registered together with the Order confirming the sale, and the Registrar ot the Saskatoon Land Registration District shall cancel the existing Certificate of Title and issue a new Certif icateof Title in the name of the Purchaser tree tromall right, title and equity ot redemption on the part ot the Defendants or any personorpersot iscfaimlngthroughor under them. Further particulars mav be obtained bv contacting G M Currie at the offices of Mtfssrs Robertson, Muvka, BH. Robertson & Nieman, 311 20th Street bast, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, telephone 65? 3330.. ROBERTSON, MU7YKA, BELL, ROBERTSON & NIEMAN Per: Grant M. Currie NOTICE TO CREDITORS Inthe Estate of MARIE GENEVIEVE PERRON, lateol Saskatoon, in the Provlnceof Saskatchewan. Deceased. All claims against the above estate, duly verified bv statutory declaration and with particulars and valuation of security held, if any, must be sent to the undersigned before the 15th day of January, A D. 1985, Stromberg Young Prosser Barristers and Solicitors 200, 122 Rrst Avenue South SASKATOON, Saskatchewan S7K 7tS Solicitors for the Executrix NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Estate ot LEON PAULSAMLETZKI, late of Saskatoon, in Saskatchewan. Orderly, Deceased. All claims aqalnst the above estate, dulv verified bv statutory dec laral ion and with particulars and valuation ot,wcurlty held, It any, must be sent to the undersigned before the tth day of January, A D. 1986. Messrs. Crowe & Crowe, Barristers & Solicitors Soadina Crescent East Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K JHJ Solicitors, for the Estate fWWW".MWjll!l...tM.......... 'lUBWWWI'''' "f - fr N 18 t a m ii -- -1 - - - - - - ---- - - - - - - - r, Alll O l llOilMll rfl

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