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E12 Saturday, June 7, 1986 SasKatoon, Saskatchewan Star-Phoenix Personal ICimliimd) 14 Happy Days ICmUnml) 18 Printed and published daily except Sundays and statutory holidays by Armadale Publishers Limited at the office of the EXPO StarPhoenix Private bed 8, breakfast In quiet U BC area .( 604 ) 226-9485. CAN IT BE? 30 YEARS TO TODAY? EXPO STAR-PHOENIX, 204 Fifth Avenue Quality apt, 10-mln walk from Expo. 2nd to 15 JulnOnly. fDirect dial numbers for Star-Phoenix General Editorial 652-9200 664-8231 Circulation Classified 664-8320 653-2100 Display 664-8340 North, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, 57K 2P1. Second Class Mail Registration Number 0098 Private. 1-9B2-4894 evenings. HAPPY BIRTHDAY HUGH & PAUL PAWN BROKER, LO-COST, 531 20TH ST. W. 652-3003. Classified Index Phone 653-2100; Buying, Selling, Renting, Trading, READ and USE Classified Ads. DO IT DAILY! PERK UP YOUR SUMMER! Join Person to Person Correspondence Club & make new friends! Unat-tached? Free Brochure. Box 1661, S'toon, S7K 3R8. ROSE MARKING DEVICES. 13IB 20lh St. West. 244- until. a !... Cttttu UliDrMiftent: JaffMtt 5885. Manufacturers ot rubber stamps, pocket stamps, E. PtfO, Extcutlv Editor; Ed Sbettyen, Marketing sen-inning stamps. Manager; war uaray, rromiGiiun miwyvn "-f"" SASKALONE SOCIAL CLUB Western Dance for members & their unmarried guests Sat., June 7th, Air-llneer Hall. Music: Frank Bail. For info, call 664-8607 TTUniUVTU, VI'VUWiiWil -r Controller; WIH Popoff, Aaeoclate Editor; Armand Rrttt, MVtruting HHnagn. or 652 0298. Identification required at the door, only memoersnip or hospitalization cards accepted. i?v Mi k in CLASSIFIED RATES CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Ph. 653-2100 Office Hours: Monday to Friday 1:00 a.m. 4:30 p.m. Classified Telephone hours: Monday to Fridays 8:00 a.m. 8:00 P.m. Closed Saturdays Sundays 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. The publisher reserves the right to place advertisements In the appropriate classification, and does not guarantee position within the classification. 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CIRCULATION: For home delivery, call: SASKATOON 664-6320 BATTLEFORDS 445-5959 HUMBOLDT 682-4656 KINDFBSI EY 463-4326 LA RONGE 425-3033 LLOYDMINSTER .. 875-2153 MELFORT 752-4586 MEADOW LAKE 236-6047 NIPAWIN 276-5914 PRINCE ALBERT 763-2440 MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year $114.00 '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 BY MAIL IN U.S.A. & FOREIGN 1 year $500.00 6 months 300.00 3 months ..- 155.00 1 month 55.00 One Issue per week (year) Monday-Thursday 90.00 Friday or Saturday 150.00 Deaths MCNICHOL-Thedeathof Mrs. Elizabeth (Good- fellow) McNichol age 62 years of 16-315 East Place occurred at home on June 5, 1986. There will be a Prayer Service on Sunday evening at 8:00 p.m. from the Holy Spirit Catholic Parish, The Funeral Service will be held on Monday, June 9, 1986, at 10:00 a.m. from the Holy Spirit Catholic Parish conducted by Father Ted Be--zaire. Elizabeth is survived by four children, Bruce (Dee) of Burlington, Ont.; Keith of Ed monton, Alta.; Karen of Minneapolis, Minneso ta; and Debra (Drew) Deane of Calgary, Alta.) and four grandchildren, Morgan, Regan, Cara, and Darrel. Also survived by Jean Goodfeliow (Aunt) in Scotland, Yvonne (Desmond) O'Brien (sister); Stephen, Paul; and Niall (Nephews); . Jim Goodfeliow ( Uncle) ; and numerous cousins in Scotland. She was predeceased by her mother InOctober, 1925; by her father in April, 1974; and her husband, Harold, December 10, 1971 . Shewas born June 22, 1923 in Glasglow, Scotland, was married May 31, 1945 and came to Canada in March, 1946. She received her schooling in Glas glow, Scotland and became a physiotherapist, married a Canadian soldier, came to Saskatoon and made here home here until the time of her passing. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Saskatoon District Home Care 45, 500 - 350 - 3rd Avenue North, Saskatoon, Sask IntermentwillbemadelntheHillcrest Memorial Gardens. Arrangementsareincare of Saskatoon Funeral Home. CONLIN The death of Mr. George Leslie Conlin aged 78 years of Rosetown, Saskatchewan, oc-cured in Rosetown Union Hospital on June 5, 1986. The Funeral Service will be held on Mon- day, J une 9, W86, at 2 : 00 p. m. from the Rosetown United Church conducted by Reverend Ron Sift- ton. Surviving are, one son, Donald (Yvonne) and their children, Mike and April of Rosetown, one daughter, Joan (Mrs. Wally Thiessen) and meir cnuuren, nudiner dira nun ui aobKdiuuit, and one brother, Egerton of Saskatoon. Dona- tions to the Rosetown Union Hospital Memorial Fund will be gratefully appreciated. Interment followed in the Rosetown Cemetery with Clements Rosetown Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. DERKSEN The death of Raymond William Derksen age 61 years of Saskatoon, Saskatche wan occured at his residence on Thursday, June 5th, 1986. The Funeral Service will be held on Sunday, J une 8th at 2 : 00 p.m. from Zoar Mennon-Ite Church, Langham, Saskatchewan conducted by Rev. Esther Patkau and Rev. Henry Reimer. Surviving are: three sons, Bill Derksen, Les Derksen of Saskatoon and Doug (Kathy) Derk son of Williams Lake, B.C.; two brothers, Merv (Helen) Derksen of Saskatoon and Dennis (Cin dy) Derksen of Hartland, N.B.; three sisters, Leola (John) Friesen of Langham, Sask., Wilma (Laverne) Regehr of Saskatoon and Phym (Dennis) Gossen of Langham, Sask.; three grandchildren and numerous nieces and neptv ews.Hewas predeceased byhisparents, William and Helen Derksen and two infant brothers. Ray was born May 27, 1925 in Langham, Saskatche wan. He received his schooling in the Langham district. Ray had worked on the family farm for .number of years prior to moving to Saskatoon in the mid forties". He had been employed by C.C.I.L., Patron Oil Company, Canadian Pro pane Liquid Gas and with private trucking com panies. For health reasons Ray has spent the last sixteen years in nursing homes. Interment will take place in the family plot in Langham Ceme tery. Funeral service arrangements have been entrusted to the Saskatoon Funeral Home. OICK-Thedeathof John Martheu Dick of Luther Place, Saskatoon, passed away at University Hospital on June 5, 1986. He was born in Landis, . Sask., on November 5, 1908. He is survived by his wife, Mary; four sons, Ernest (Shirley)of Saska toon; Mervin(Dianne) of Thompson, Man.; Jack of Langley, B.C.; Ron (Sharon) of Saskatoon and two daughters, Marion (Rick) Wilkins of North Battleford; and Annette (Mike) Armstrong of Regina; seventeen grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Prayers will be held ; Sunday, June8at 7:30p.m. and Funeral Services on Monday, June9 at 1 1 :00 a.m. from St. Augus-tines Roman Catholic Church, 14 Laurentian Drive. Interment to follow at Woodlawn Ceme tery ELLIOTT The death of Mr. Ivan Laird Elliott.of Sovereign, Sask., occurred at his residence on June 6, 1 986, at the age of 73 years. Mr. E 1 1 iott was ; born at Feversham, Ontario, on April 25, 1913. He -moved with his parents in 1916 to the Bounty District, where they homesteaded. After receiv ing his education, he worked as a farm labourer until 1938, when he then farmed on his own. In ! 1939, he was married to Margaret Fletcher, and they made their home on the farm north of Bounty. In 1966, they then moved to make their home in Sovereign, and continued to farm until semi retirement In 1985. Mr. Elliott was a school bus driver for ten years, was active In helping the 4-1 Club, was a member of the Orange Lodge, Sas katchewan Clydsdale Association, and was charter member of the Sovereign LionsClub. Mr, Elliott en ioyed working withalltypesOf horses. He is survived by his wife, Margaret ; by one son, .Mervln, and his wife, Joan, and their children, Desriee, Tracy, Kent, and Tara-Lee, of Bounty one brother, Arnold (Bernice), of Brantford, Ont.; and one sister, Miss Margaret Elliott, of Coquitlam, B.C. He was predeceased by his par- .ems and one son, Bill, in 1980. The Memorial Service will be held on Monday, June 9, 1986, at 11:00 a.m., from the Sovereign United Church, conducted by Rev. Murray .McLeod. Deaths GRYSCHUK The passing of Louise Florentine Grvsehuk age 69 years of Elstow, Saskatchewan occurred after a lengthy Illness In St. Paul's HosDltal on Thursday June 5, 1986. The Funeral Service will be held on Monday, June 9 at 10:00 m. from the Chapel of Saskatoon t-unerai Home conducted by Rev. Father Brad Bodnar- chuk. Prayers wl II be offered onSundavevening, June 8 at 7: p.m. from the Chapel of Saskatoon Funeral Home. Surviving are, one son Dan (Elva Greschuk of Elstow, SasK.t two daugh ters Diane (Jerry) Hrechukof Elstow, Sask.,and Pauline Grvsehuk of Grandora, Sask.; two grandchildren, Shawn and Susan Greschuk; one brother, Albert Verbeckof Winnipeg, Man.; four sisters, Annie (Mike) Smutek of Burlington, Ont.. Po v O'Dare, Dora Churchill, Mary (or- vllle) Dunlopall of Saskatoon, sask.; one sister-in-law, Dolly Verbeck of Winnipeg, Man.; one brother-in-law. Nick (Eileen) Greschuk ot sas katoon, Sask.; andnumerouscouslns,niecesand nephews. She was predeceased by her nusbana, Bill in 1973. her parents and a sister, Julia. Mrs. Gryschuk was born in St. Boniface, Manitoba on November 28, 1916. She moved to Fort White where she took her schooling. She later moved back to St. Boniface to work on her families vegetable garden farm. She married Bill In 1938 In W nn peg, Manitoba. Mrs. eryscnux workea on her cousins dalrv farm until 1945 when they later moved to the Elstow District to take up farming. She farmed in the Elstow District until her passing. (Memorial Donations to tne tana-dain Cancer Society would be greatly appreciat ed in lieuof flowers). Intermentwilltakeplacein the family plot In Woodlawn Catholic Cemetery. (Courtesy parking south of the Chapel, corner ot 4th Avenue at 25th Street). HARRIS Gladys Mary passed away at Scarbor ough Centenary Hospital on Thursday, June 5, 1986. Gladys Mary Harris loving wife of the late Ernest Harris, formerlyof Saskatoon. Mother of Perry and Peter Harris. Grandmother of Robert, Allan, Carolyn, and Douglas. Sister of Olive Rambaut. Resting at the Church of The Holy Trinity Guildwood), 85 Livingston Road, scar- borough after 7:00 p.m. Sunday, vesper service Sunday at 7:30 p.m. In the Church. Funeral Service in the Church Monday 1 1 :00 a.m. conducted by the Reverend M. Robert Sinclair. Cremation. Murray E. Newbigging Funeral Home, if de sired donations may be made to the Christian Children's Fund of Canada, 1027 McNicoll Ave nue, Scarborough, Ontario, Mlw 3X2. IRMEN Thedeathof Roman Irmenage66 years of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan occurred in a local hospital on Thursday, June 5, 1986. A Service of Remembrance will be held on Tuesday, June 10 at 1 :30 p.m. from the Chapel of Saskatoon Funer al Homeconducted by Rev. N. Stewart Dingwall. Surviving are threesisters, Rita ( Ed) Keindel of Rosetown, Sask., Vada Falk Of Saskatoon and Alice (Arthur) Harris of Burnaby, B.C.; one brother, Walter (Sylvia) Irmenof Lumby, B.C. and numerous nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his parents, Miranda and Abdon Irmen and one brother, E don rmen. Mr. rmen was born on August 27, 1919 in Shellbrook, Saskatchewan. He served overseas during World War Two with the Regina Rifles. Mr. Irmen had made his home in Saskatoon since 1945. Crema- tionwith Interment totakeplaceinSoldiersField in Woodlawn Cemetery at a later date. (Courtesy. parking southoftheChapel, corner of 4thAvenue at 25th Street). KINCAID The passing of Mrs. Alena Mary ( Ste- vie) Kincaid,age82years,of 13227thAve. North, Saskatoon, occurred in a local hospital on Thursday, June 5, 1986. Surviving are her husband, Earl; one daughter, Mrs. Iris ( Ernie) Klassen,of Saskatoon; two sons: Jack ( Irene), of Calgary, Alta., and Tony (Margaret), of Saskatoon; elev en grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Emma Burton, of Wiseton, Sask.;andonebrother,Earl Stephens.of Seattle, Washington. She was predeceased by one grandson, David Ellis, one sister, Mrs. Jennie Byer, and two brothers, John and Lorance Stephens. The late Mrs. Kincajd was born in Foresters Falls, Ontario, and came west in lyootowiseton, Saskatchewan. She married Earl Kincaid In 1935, and lived at Dodsland, Sask., and in 1941, came to Saskatoon, where she had resided since. A Memorial Service will be held at a later date. Cremation. Arrangements are in care of Park Funeral Chapel. NOWLIN The death of Harley Alexander Now- lin age 36 years of 3407 Casino Ave. Saskatoon occurred accidently at Spalding, Sask. on Thurs day June 5, 1986. The Memorial Service will be held on Monday, June 9 at 2:00 p.m. from West- wood Funeral Chapel, Ave. N and 20th Street, conducted by Mr. Don Lins. (Parking lot for those attending north of Funeral Chapel). Surviving are his loving wife, Linda; his children, Tanya and' Jonathon; his parents, John and Christine Nowlln of Rural Saskatoon; and one sister Marilyn Nowlin of Saskatoon. He was predeceased by a sister, Sharon in 1957. Harley wasbornand raised and received hlsschooling at Robhn, Manitoba. He moved to Saskatoon in 1967 and had lived here since that time except for one year at Gibbons, Alberta. He was employed with Ridsdale Transport for several years. Crema tion. Arrangements are incareof Westwood Fu- neral Chapel. (653-3434). OSOUNSKI - The passing of Mrs. Polly Osolin-skl age 82 years of Wakaw, Sask., occurred in a Saskatoon Hospital on Friday June 6, 1986. The Funeral Mass will be held on Tuesday, June lOat 10:00 a.m. celebrated by Rev. Father Leonard Romanow from Sacred Heart Ukrainian Catholic Church at Wakaw, Sask. Prayers will be said on Monday evening, June9 at 7:30 p.m. at Park Funeral Chapel, 311 Third Avenue North. Cour tesy parking north of the Chapel. Surviving are six daughters, Mrs. Jean (Doug) Heath of Cal gary, Alta., Mrs. Ricki Bird of Saskatoon, Mrs. Pauline Bachtold of Ottawa, Ont., Mrs. Mary Marr of Winnipeg, Man., Mrs. Helen (Frank) Renault of Toronto, Ont., and Miss Liz Osolinski of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia; three sons, Stan (Ann) Osol mski of Yorkton, Sask., Roy ( Linda ) Osol in- ski of Prince Albert, Sask., and Maurice (Ann) Osol insk i of Ottawa, Ont. ; twenty-one grandchi I- dren; twogreat-grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Annie (Bert) Dyvig of Killam, Alta.; and two brothers, William (Anne) Makara of Humboldt, Sask., and Peter Makara of Drumheller, Alta. She was predeceased by her husband, Isidore, in 1953, two sons, Larry in 1976and Johnnie in 1966, one sister, Mrs. Mary Youzwa and four brothers, John, Mike, Jack a,id Harry -Maker. The late Mrs. Osolinski was born and raised at Wakaw, Saskatchewan. She married Isidore Osolinski in 1925 and they farmed in the Wakaw district and the St. Jullen and Crystal Springs areas prior to moving to Wakaw in 1967 where she had since resided. In lieu of f lowes Memorial Donations to a charity of the donor's choice would be appreci ated. Interment will take place in the Yellow Creek Ukrainian Catholic Cemetery. Arrange ments arelncareofParkF SCOTT The death of Phyllis Irene Maclver (Scott), age 55 years, of Saskatoon, occurred at her residence after a lengthy illness on Friday, June 6, 1986. The Funeral Service will be held on Tuesday, June 10, at 10:00 a.m., from First Baptist Church, Saskatoon, conducted by Rev. Rob ert McLaren. Memorial donations to the Canadi an Cancer Society or the Palliative Home Care Program, Saskatoon District Home Care, co Addie Loomes, Office 500 350 Third Ave. N., Saskatoon, will beappreciated in lieuof flowers. Surviving are her husband, Don; her three daughters: Diane (Hans) Scherdtel, of Prince Albert, Sask., Lorrle (Lori) Moffat, and Wanda (Lawrence) Skoworodko, both of Saskatoon; four stepchildren: Marion Maclver, of Regina, Sask., John (Sylvia) Maclver,of Calgary, Alta., Rod Maclver, of Saskatoon, and Ian (Wendy) Maclver, of Weyburn, Sask.; nine grandchil dren; two brothers: Dan (Pauline) Lockwood.of Kamloops, B.C., and Sten (Audrey) Lockwood, of Nipawin, Sask.; and two sisters: Mildred (Gary) Weinert, of Saskatoon, and Beth (Paul) Smith, of Indonesia. Shewas predeceased by her first husband, Don Scott; her parents, Wallace and Jean Lockwood; and her brother Bill Lock- wood. Phyllis was born in Moose Jaw, Sask., and received her elementary and high school educa tion in Nipawin, Sask. She married Don Scott In 1950, and after his death in 1966, she moved to Saskatoon and earned a Bachelor of Education degree from the University of Saskatchewan. PhyllistaughtelementarvschoolwiththeSaska-' toon Public School Board until 1979, when she married Rev. Don Maclver. They resided in Winnipeg, Man., until November 1984, when they returned to make their home in Saskatoon. She was an active member of First Baptist Church. Phyllis' life has greatly enriched all that knew her. Friends wishing to attend the graveside ser vice may meet at First BaptistChurch, Nipawin, Sask., on Tuesday, at 4:00 p.m., to proceed to the Woodlawn Cemetery, Nipawin, Sask. Funeral servicearrangements have been entrusted to the Saskatoon Funeral Home. A Star Is Bom 19 ' Accommodation General 424 Accountants 314 Accountants (Chartered) 312 Acreage Indust. 372 Acreage Rural 468 Adult Services . 91 Agents 75 Aircraft 181 All Terrain Vehicles 208 Anniversaries 21 Antique Vehicles 179 Antiques 109 Apartment Blocks 490 ApartmentsHotels Rent 399 Appliance Repair 17 Appraiser AACI 329 ArchitectOrattsperson 228 Articles For Sale 103 Articles Wanted 117 Auto Rentals 187 Auto Repairs Accessories 190 Autos 151 Autos Wanted 183 Babysitting Childcare 59 Balloons 96 BandsOrchestras 302 BarterTrade 110 B.C. Properties 457 Bicycles 199 BoardRoom For Rent 400 Board'Room Wanted 401 BoatsAccessories 202 Buildings 346 Buses For Sale 175 Business Colleges 294 Business Consultants 469 Business Opportunities 470 Cabinets Furniture 260 CampersTrailers 204 Camping Equipment 206 Card Ot Thanks 5 Career Training 70 Carpets 266 Catering 100 Cats 143 Ceramic Tile 236 Chain Saws 353 Christmas Trees 106 CoinsStamps 119 Concrete and Brick 245 Concrete Driveways 249 Condominiums tor Rent 496 Condominiums for Sale 976 ContractorsCarpenters 229 Coming Events 28 Commercial Property 480 Companions 88 Computer Consultants 31 1 Computers Equipment 98 Cottages For Rent 461 Cottages For Sale 465 Crematoriums 7 Custom Harvesting 366 Deaths 2 Denturists . 322 Divorce Mediation 32 Dogs 141 Domestic Help 57 Driveways 250 Dune Buggies 212 Electricians-Welders 231 Employment Wanted 85 Energy Conservation 230 EngagementsWeddings 26 Equipment Rentals 443 Escort Services 94 Excavating ' 252 farm Equipment 350 Farm Help 55 Farmland For Rent 467 Farmland For Sate 466 Farms Wanted 348 Feed and Seed 362 Fences 256 FireplacesAccessories Firewood Fish Fish Farming Funeral Directors Funerals FurnaceChimney FurnitureAppliances , Furniture Rentals Garage Sale Garages Garden and Lawn Equip. Garden and Lawn Glass Hall Rentals 445 Hairdressers Wanted 65 Happy Days 18 Hauling 126 Heavy Equip Moving 351 Heavy Equip Rentals 24 Help Wanted 51 HobbiesCrafts 125 Home Improvements 258 Horse Trailers 360 Hospital Personnel 77 HotelsMotels 472 Houses For Rent Furnished 425 Houses For Rent Unfum. 427 Houses (Part Fum.) Houses Rural Rental Houses PlannedBuilt Houses For Sale Houses Wanted To Buy Houses Wanted To Rent Hydroponics J In Memoriams Industrial I nts Industrial Mach. instruction Insulation Insurance InvestigationSecurity Investments Investment Properties Janitorial Service Jewellery Appraisals LakeResort Lots Landscaping Lawyers Legacies Memorial Listings Wanted Livestock Accessories Loans Wanted Lost n' Found Lots To Rent Lots For Sale LumberBuilding Supplies Management Consultant Marttet Research Meats Memorial Society Mobile Homes Money To Loan Monuments Mortgages MotorcyclesAccess. Motorhomes Moving and Storage Musical Instruction Musical Instruments Notices Notary Public Nursing Homes Office Equipment Office Help Office Services Optometrists Out Ot Town Properties PaintingDecorating Parcel, Letter Service Parking Part Time Help Patents, Trade Marks Funerals POGODA The Funeral Service for Mr. Roman John Pogoda, who died on June 1, 1986, was held from Westwood Funeral Chapel on Thursday, June5,1986,atl:30p.m.,conductedbvRev.W.A. Stevens. Honorary Pallbearers were Wm. Mi- chayluk, Steve Fosty, Ron Reynolds, Mike Fos- ty, Walter Rvk, and Neil Molland, and Active Pallbearers were Mark Fosty, George Zeabln, Jimmy Molland, Terry Zeabin, David Luczka, and David Street. Interment was made in Woodlawn Cemetery. Arrangements were in care of Westwood Funeral Chapel. In Memoriams FIDYK In loving memory of our dear mother and father, KatherlneandHarry, who departed thislife, mother June 7, 1972, father, April 22, 1973. If I had all the world to give I'd give it yes and more To hear their voices and see their smiles And greet them at my door But all I can do dear parents Is go attend your graves , And leave behind tokens of love To the best parents God ever made I'd like to think when lite is done Wherever heaven may be That they'll be standing at the door Up there to welcome me Ever lovingly remembered and deeply missed bv their loving daughter and son-in-law, Sophie and Donald Arnold. KRAWCHUK In loving memory of our dear parents, mother Mary who passed away June 8th, 1982, and father Steve who passed away October 23rd, 1945. You dear parents rest in sleep, Your loving memory we will keep. Lovingly remembered and sadly missed bv daughter Rose, William, grandchildrenand greatgrandchildren. MCCONVILLE I n memory of a Loving Husband, Father, and Grandfather John, who passedawayjune8, 1984. Nothing is more precious Than the memories we have of you. To us vou were so special God must have thought so too. Sadly missed by your wife, sons, daughters-in-law, and grandchildren. Card 01 Thanks STICHELL - We wish to express our sincere Thanks to our relatives and many friends for their thoughtful- ness by sending floral tributes, cards, mass offerings, baking, and other expressions of kindness during the recent loss of our Mother, Grandmother, and Great Grandmother, Laura. A special thanks to the Doctors, Nurses, and staff at St. Paul's Hospital, kosi ana Chris of Nightingale Nursing and to Hanson's Funeral Homo. Davidson, for their he o and assistance. 10 our distant relatives in Europe for their special touch of kindness. The Stichell Family. THANK VOU from the family to all friends of the late Anna Kubica. Your support was greatly appreciated. Thanks to Dr. Lois Kavanagh and staff at City Hospital and to Rev. Father Dino Benedet. A special "Bless You" to a kind and understanding start at sunnvsme Nursing Home. You made our mother's and grandmother's later years as happy and comfortable as possible. Kubica Family. Funeral Directors 6 McKAGUE'S FUNERAL HOME ROBERT MCKAGUE DONALD NEWBIGGING Phone 664-3131, 300 3rd Ave. S. Park Funeral Chapel Terry G. MlchayUuk Donald Somers 311 3RD AVE. NO. 244-2103 SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME W. Arnold Edwards. Robert F. Daurie Ph. 244-5577 338 4th Ave. North WESTWOOD FUNERAL CHAPEL RaeJ Murdock 653-3434, 20th St & Ave N Crematoriums Hillcrest Memorial Gardens And Crematorium Memorial & Cremation Service - 477-2236 PRAIRIE VIEW CHAPEL Memorial and Cremation Services. Highway 1! South 242-7884 Box 2061 Monuments 9 Remco Memorials Ltd. 210 33rd SI. East At Entrance To Woodlawn Cemetery 652-5363 Legacies Memorial 10 BOSCO SOCIETY Gratefully accepts memorial donations and legacies to help in the establishment and op eration of centres for the treatment of the very emotionally troubled children and adolescents ot our society. Tax deductible. Mail to P.O. Box 1755, Regi- na, sask, 54P 31.6 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 3E2. Personal Personal Services Teti Photography PlasteringStucco Plumbing Heating Pools and Service PoultryEggs Produce Prot. Directory Prof. & Management Help Property Management Property To Rent Property Wanted 14 15 140 121 239 235 259 364 134 310 71 324 439 440 Real Estate Services 981 Removal Service 282 Rental Agents 441 Rental Service 276 ResonWacalion Properties 459 Restaurant Help 63 Restaurant Supplies RootlngEavestroughs Rooms Furnished Rooms Unfurnished Rooms (Part Fum.) ' Rooms Wanted RototillersRototilling Sales Personnel Sand and Gravel Sandblasting Satellite Dish SaunasHot Tubs Shared Accomm. Sharpening Service Secretarial Help Semi-Trailer Septic Tanks Service Stations Skiing Equipment 471 241 403 405 407 409 131" 73 248 280 349 102 416 274 69 176 270 193 108 429 430 977 980 973 431 133 4 454 & Repairs 368 290 233 Small Toots 369 Snowmobiles S Accessories 21 1 27 286 29 476 278 118 464 254 320 10 499 358 43 16 453 451 105 316 318 136 8 971 40 9 511 200 205 284 298 300 22 322 78 120 67 66 334 455 237 308 197 61 326 Snow Removal Sound Equipment Sporting Goods Sports Cars Stables Steps, Railings Storage StoresOffices Rent StoresOffices Sale Suites Furnished Suites Partially Fum. Suites Rural Suites Unfurnished Suites Wanted 281 123 201 178 354 255 438 494 492 412 418 423 414 420 304 79 23 209 198 53 227 292 128 132 251 Taped Music Teachers Wanted Tenders TentsTarpaulins Towing Service Trade Construction Help TradesProlessions Trade Schools Tree Service Tree Spraying ' Trenching Trucks For Sale Truck Repairs & Access. Truck Rentals Trucks Wanted T.V. Rentals ' 174 191 189 185 447 Underground Sprinklers 130 Upholstery ' 114 Upholstery Cleaning 267 Vans & Accessories 177 Vehicle Storage 196 Video GamesEquipment 99 Wanted To RenV 449 Warehouse Space 483 Warehouse Space To Rent 437 Wedding Supplies 25 Well Drilling 272 Window Cleaning 263 WindowsDoors 262 Legacies Memorial 10 In Memorium donations And legacies help The Canadian National Institute For The Blind Prevent blindness & provide social & rehabilitation ser vices for the newly blind children & adults. Tax deduct-able. 2305 Adelaide St, Saskatoon, 374-4545. 2550 Broad St, Regina, 1-525-2571. Personal 14 AA Alcoholics Anonymous. Phone 665-6727 ACUTE PAIN SUFFERERS, MES-TENS device for pain control Arthritis, headache (migrain), Rheume-tism, etc. as shown on T.V. Program Market Place now available ih Saskatchewan. For free demo and appointment call 653-2175 or 931-2948. ADULT BOOKS & magazines. We buy sell exchange. Dirk's Love Shop, 115 20th Street W. 242-0771. ADVENTUROUS COUPLES & SINGLES IN SASKATCHEWAN wish to meet same for adult fun & friendship, for Photo magazine send S5 to CY Club. P.O. Box 2410. New Westminster, B.C. V3L 5B6. For info Sue or Slu (604) 435-7202. Not an Escort Service. ALL ESTIMATES Free. Maytair T.V. 414 33rd St. W. ARE YOU PREGNANT? We can help both of you Birthright 343-6636, North Battletord 446-3312, Hum boldt 682-4010. QIDTU rriMTDm infnrmatinn Planned Parenthood 244-7989, 10 12 noon, I - 4 p.m. weekdays. BORED!! LONELY!!! NEW IN TOWN!!!. CALL US NOW!!! SASKATOON COMPUTER DATE 242-3861 Open Monday to Friday 1 to 9:30 p.m. Saturday 11 to 4 p.m. Serving Saskatchewan since 1962. CHRISTIAN INTERDENOMINATIONAL Dating Ser vice serving your area. Write: Head Office, C I DS, Box 1411, 1230 Government St., Victoria, B.C. V8W 2X2 CRISIS PREGNANCY LINE. 665-7550. Free, Private. DATES GALORE For all ages & unattached. Thou sands ot members anxious to meet you. Prestige Ac quaintances. Toll Free 1-800-263-6673 Hours 10am-8pm DIRK'S LOVE SHOP Send 12.00 for catalogue Dirk's Discount Ltd. 115-20th St. W. S7M 0W8 EXPO ACCOMODATIONS HOMESTAY 86 From Budget to Luxury. Toll free 1-800-663-8686. h KAHRELLAH LANDA & 664-4410 (Yogin, Hypnotherapist) 665-9010 A New Tout try yuoa & hypnosis! Goodbye Tension Lose Weight; Quit-Smoking; Boost Sell-Conlidcnce, Counseling-(y:jua.m.-l :30p.m.) (6:30p.m.-9:30p.m.) MbUIIAItUN C.LASSE5 & READINGS LOOKING FOR empty truck to Calgary by June 20, must oe reasonapie. fnone 652-1856. METIS SOCIETY of Saskatoon annual meeting & elections Wednesday, June 18, 1986 at 7:30 p.m. Will inns, basKatoon. MILLER ST. RAFFLE WINNERS First Prize- Greg Shober. Second Prize- Dennis Phelan, Third Prize - Gregg Dershko. Bonus Prize Lorne Schreiner. Bonus Prize Tim Zamulinski. Thank you tor paniciparing! ORDER YOUR 6 ft. party sandwiches today! Call 931 JUJQ, oetween a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Mon-Frl. PALM & TEA CUP READING 244-2464 YOUR LIFE Can be changed. Your name reveals your life, prove It to yourself phone Kabalarian Philosophy 652-5191. PARK AVENUE ACQUAINTANCE SERVICE Are you single or separated, 18 or over? Write: P.O. Box 1906Wpg,Man., R3C3R2foryourtreeklf, WESTERN CANADA'S FOREMOST DATING SERVICE FOR SALE: 3 day weekend, or 4 day mid-week house boat cruise at Lac La Ronge, 8 sleeper sport cruiser S450. Call Dale, 244-3534, or 244-7766 pager 3555. FRENCH TUTOR required. Phone 665-0572. GAYLINE: Information & someone to talk to in the GayLesbian Community, 665-9129. GENERAL MASSAGE. 931-8 5 72. GOING TO Toronto area, second week ot July, room for one to share driving and expenses. Phone Roger at 934-4853, HERBAL DIET. Guaranteed to lose weight or your money refunded. All natural herbs & vitamins, nutn tious 6. easy. Phone 1-731-36)4 anytime. I AM LOOKING tor witnesses to an accident between a semi-trailer truck and a car, on May 18, 1985, at 20th St. and Ave. Q., across from St. Paul's Hospital. Reply to Box 444A Star Phoenix. Ail replies confidential. 268 107 138 356 6 3 243 101 446 104 . 195 127 . 129 264 SASKATOON COMPUTER DATE When you decide your social life could use a little boost, try our service. Maybe your job or your lifestyle has you at a disadvantage for meeting compatible people for dating. If so, our computer would gladly selct the right one for you. Phone for details and get your social life off to a great start. Mon-Fri 1:00-9:30 p.m. Saturday.... 1:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Serving Sask. tfnea J982 ' 242-3861 SASKATOON singles Club is having a dance Sat June 7 from 9pm 2am at the Airliner Hall 3 (45th St and Thayer Ave). Age limit 25-45. I.D. required at door. For more information call 343-9444 or 477-0620. SHAKLEE NATURES' Products. 931-2383. SHAKLEE PRODUCTS 374-3756 AFTER 5 P.M. SYLVIA Palm, Card, Tarot. 664-0020 WANTED PLAYERS interested in playing Touch Football during August to October. Please contact Alan at 244 0577. WOULD like a ride to fcegina Sunday, June 8. 382-7500. WOULD YOU LIKE to be a member of Computer Date tor less than the regular rate? Phone 244-4689. Personal Services 15 ALL rubbish, concrete, dirt. Reas. hauling. 931-3368. AAA YARD maintenance and rubbish hauling. Phone 933-2577. AA'S BOTTLE PICKUP, 382-7704. Beer, $1.00. Pop, .IP & .25' ADAMS MOVING & storage, low rate. 343-1377. AFFORDABLE SERVICES - Home repairs, renova tions, decks, fencing, painting, and yard work. Phone 343-0898 or 343-6246. ALL IN CITY Moving 8, Delivery. 384-5075 anytime. ALL Rototilling, remove rubbish, lawns. 652-9280. ALL rubbish, hauling & moving w ton. 933-2479. ALL TRASH hauled - U of S student - 374-1837, 374-0704 ALTERATIONS, dressmaking, Mary 244-8579, ANYTIME Rototilling. 6 hp walk behind. 382-6413. A '-a TON & a man ready to work or haul. 652-1875. AVAIL, to Haul unwanted articles & rubbish, also do moving, guar, cheapest rates. Call anytime, 652-7201 Beer & Pop Bottle Pickup Cash paid. Anton, 242-1960. BECKETTS HOMEWATCH 665-6263. CALL FOR tree cutting and garbage removal, free es timates, 683-0939. CARPENTRY - REASONABLE. 384-6953. EXPERIENCED CARPENTER. Will do all home renovations & repairs. Reasonable rates. Work guaranteed. Phone 382-1907. EXP. PROF, hair stylist in your home. 664-8574. FOR PROFESSIONAL Hair Care in the comfort of your home, perms, haircuts, etc. Call 382-8092. HANDYMAN, DOOR installation 8. service. 653-2587. HANDYMAN, painting, carpentry, call 343-0365. HANDYMAN SERVICE. Yard cleaning & mainte- nance. Rubbish hauling. Any odd job. Call 665-9170. INCOME TAX PROBLEMS? Have you been audited, reassessed or disallowed, certain claims by Revenue Canada. For assistance call Bob at 955-7700 or 477-1440 evening and weekends. 8'i years ot experience with Revenue Canada. KAY'S Sewing. Narrow lapels, reline coats, alterations & remodelling, zippers. 2317 Lorne Ave. 933-3239. LADIES Alterations professionally done. 373-7685. LARRY'S CUSTOM Concrete & Landscaping. Fast service. 373-8711, 244-6771 LOSE WEIGHT NOW ASK ME HOW VITAMINS MINERALS HERBS DARLENE, 374-7371, 373-6153 NEED HELP MOVING? I will load or unload your truck. S6hour. Will drive your rented truck local or long distance. Call Mike at 244-5608 or 244-6974. RENT ME & My '? ton truck for anything, any time (S15 per hour). Univ. student, needs 8S. 955-3495. Starlite Video. Taping Weddings Only. I99. 373-2113. WILL DO bookkeeping, typing and payroll in my home. Phone 382-4197 WILL DO iusl about anything lor quick cash. Phone 665-7097 anytime WILL HAUL sand, gravel, etc. Also have topsoil for sale. G & D Trucking at 382-1082 or 978 0461. WILL HAUL your garbage to a dump. Call 384-2715, between 4 and 10. WORRIED ABOUT June exams? Tutoring provided Qualified teacher. Phone 244-7187. 4U DELIVERY Light & local Weekday attns. 931-1174. Lost 'n' Found 16 FOUND: LARGE Spoked wheel hubcap, picked up at 12:30 Sunday on 22nd St. W. 384-6962. GLASSES LOST in Pacific Heights area. Please phone 384-2905. LOST: A large box of stuffed animals of sentimental value on Circle Drive East. Phone Lynn 374-4777, LOST: BLACKTan Male Doberman Pincher, tatooed IJC14S, 33rd 8, Conted. area, reward ottered. 384-4589. LOST DOBERMAN, female, white 8" line on neck, brown leather color, 2 mon old. Phone 653-5014. LOST HYUNDAI HUBCAP. Reward. 374 0368. LOST: IN Adelaide Park area, female Siamese, Phone 343-5640. Reward offerer! LOST IN RIEL Cres area, 2 year old male Siamese cat, dark face, white neck, crook on end ot tan, answers to Nickie, a real family pet, reward for return Phone 374-1612 or 373-1996 LOST: Ladies Round faced gold Seiko watch in Dia mond Industrial area. It found, please contact Lucille at 652-7324. LOST Older Long Haired St. Bernard, mostly brown, gold nylon collar, reward ottered. Phone 9JI-4W. LOST: ONE Old red Swiss Knife inscribed "IGOR ALEXEFF". If found, return to Prof. Aklra Hirose, Physics Dept, University of Sask. or phone 966-6414. Reward. LOST WHITE tlufty puppy in Lawson HeightsSilver- wood area. Phone 934-0051 (please keep tryingi. MALE CAT, neutered, 1-yr old. part Siamese, blue eyes, light tan color with dark face, dark brown on tips ot ears & end of tail, dark stripes on paws, missing from Mount RoyalWestgate area since Saturday. Please call 382 1674 reward ottered. MISSING FROM Grandora area since Wed. evening, May 28 a 5 mo. old female Pomeranian, reddish brown, tatooed on Inside ot tlank, very friendly. Phone 382-7288 or 975-4448. REWARD: info leading to recovery of 1967 Camaro. Bright yellow in color. Front end damaged. Not drive- able. Ph. 382-5353, John. Appliance Repair 17 Advanced Refrigeration & APPLIANCE REPAIR Call 244-4357 (24 hours) Happy Days 18 HAPPY 21ST BIRTHDAY RHONDA LYNELLE LOVE FROM DAD, MOM, VAUGHN, DARRYL, CALVIN, WADE, AND TAFFY Relatives, Friends and Acquaintances MRS. FLORENCE MAYERS are Invited tor a COME and GO TEA being held in EAMER COURT LOUNGE on SATURDAY. JUNE 14th trom 2:00 p.m. to 4:30 P.m. The occassion being her 90lh Birthday. No gifts please. TO A FRIEND Take me to your warmth, quiet places. For I long to be there with you. , Reach for me I am so near Take my hand, follow me. Iwilldirectyou.slowly.gently.withpatienceandlove. Thoughts of you F.F.L. LOVE, YOUR FAMILY. TO A FRIEND hope vou see some ot the quiet in my eyes, I dohavean inner person. Mybody I knowlsGod'sbestgitt to me, will care for my person and for the maintenance and growth of my outward expression I will present myself with confidence, pride and softness and do hope vou will hear me, May my voice be like thunder May my path be lit by loy not suffering And may my direction be as gentle as the rain Guide me, reflect you in me that I may be. c.r.L. A Star is Bom 19 BORYS Dan and Eldeen (Smith) are proud to announce the arrival of their first child, Scott Stephen. Scott was born at St. Paul's Hospital Sat May 24, 8:34 p.m. weighing 7lbs 13 oz end was 22'" in length. Proud grandparents Lorne and Mariory Smith of Nokomis. Steve and Genevieve Borys of Canora and great grandmother Rose Borys of Yorkton.. HOLINATY Born to Gordon Holinaty and Barbara Large, a daughter Laura Marie, May 22, 1986. A sister for Carla. Thanks to Dr. Sheridan and St. Paul's Hospital LUCIANO - Joe and Sue are proud to announce the arrival of their son, Anthony Lucky. He arrived May 29 at 4: 17 a.m. at St. Paul's Hospital. Weighing 7 lbs. I 07., length 20". Anniversaries 21 GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY HENRY & ELRETA MOURRE AUGUST 23, 1986 CALGARY, ALTA. MASS - 4:00 P.M. HOLY REDEEMER CHURCH RECEPTION-6:00P.,M.KINGSLANDCOMM.HALL IN ORDER TO MAKE NECESSARY PREPARATIONS. PLEASE NOTIFY LYNN CANTLEY BY JULY 31 OF THE NUMBER OF PERSONS IN YOUR FAMILY PLANNING TO-ATTEND. GIFTS CORDIALLY DECLINED Ph. (403 ) 279-6936 Mrs. L. Cantley 55 Lynnwood Drive S.E. Calgary, Alberta T2C OSS Notices 22 JUDICIAL SALE Pursuanttoan Order of Mr. JusticeG. E. Noble, Justiceof the Court of Queen's Bench, which will be produced at the time of sale, there will be offered for sale by Murray Trunks, Barrister and Solicitor, by Public Auction on Thursday, June 19, 1986 at 2: 15 o'clock in the afternoon (local time at the Court House. 520 Soadina Crescent East, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, the following property: Unit Sixty-four (64), In Condominium Plan No. 80-S-22708 and One Hundred and Seventy-five (175) Undivided One Ten Thousandth Shares in theCommon Property therein, in theCity of Saskatoon, in the Provinceof Saskatchewan. Canada. The subiect property is acondominlumunit located in the Genesee View r.ighrlse and having civic address 610-351 Saguenay Drive, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. TERMS OF THE SALE: The successful bidder must pay the sum of Ten Thousand ($10,000.00) Dollars cash or certified chequeatthetime of salewith the balance to be paidwithintwo(2)weeksfrom the date of sale. The said deposit of SIO.000.00 shall be forfeited rl the successful bidder fails to pay the balance within the said time. Advance bids may be submitted In writing by registered mail to the selling officer Murray Trunks at the address below. Such bidsshallbelnthe said selling offlcer'shands not later than one (1 day prior to the sale date. Such bids shall be accompanied by cash or certified cheque in the amount of Ten Thousand ($10,000.00) Dollars payable to Trunks & Wright, trust account and should the bid be unsuccessful, the said cash or certified cheque shall be returned to the bidder alter the sale. Written bids shall be treated as bids at the sale. The Plaintiff and the Defendants in the action have been given leave to bid at the sale. The property shall be sold subiect to the following: (alAlltaxesandarrearsoftaxesatthcdateolsalei (b) All arrears of condominium fees, levies, assessments and payments, if any, at the date ot sale: (c) All tenancies, if any, existing at the date of sale: d) Such easements and encumbrances as may be regis tered against Condominium Plan No. 80 S 22708 al the date of sale. The sale must be confirmed by the Court within one ( I ) month after the sale. For further information concerning the property or the sale, please contact the undersigned. A copy ot the Order for Sale may be examined at the address below. Please quote JS 64. MURRAY TRUNKS Trunks & Wright , Barristers and Solicitors 320, 128 4th Avenue South Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 1M8 665-6744 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE ESTATE OF EDWARD P. SPRINGALL, LATE OF SASKATOON, 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 Wednesday, July 2, 1986. GAULEY & CO. Barristers and Solicitors P.O. Box 638 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 3L7 Solicitors for the Estate NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE ESTATE OF MURDOCK GEORGE BURTON, LATE OF SASKATOON, IN THE PROVINCE OF SASKATCHEWAN, RETIRED, DECEASED. ALL CLAIMS against the above estate, duly verified by statutory declaration and with particulars and valuation of security held, if any, must be sent to the undersigned before the 24th day of June, 1986. CANADA TRUST COMPANY , 170 2nd Avenue South SASKATOON, Saskatchewan S7K 3P8 Executor NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE ESTATE OF HOWARD BLETSOE, LATE OF SASKATOON, SASKATCHEWAN, RETIRED, DECEASED. ALL CLAIMS against the above estate, duly verified bv statutory declaration and with particulars and valuation of security held, It any, must be sent to the undersigned before the 24th day of June, 1986. CANADA TRUST COMPANY 170 2nd Avenue South SASKATOON, Saskatchewan S7K 3P8 Executor SASKATOON CATHOLIC SCHOOLS ST. PAUL'S R.C.S.S.D. NO. 20 The Board of Education of St. Paul's R.C.S.S.D. No. 20 advises its electors that it Intends to apply to the Local Government Board of Saskatchewan for permission to borrow funds by way of debenture issue. Such funds are required to pay tor part of the cost of tour (4) relocatable classrooms and undertaking renovations to Cardinal Leger school. The Board of Education will receive personal or written representation from its electors with respect to the proposed borrowing. Such representations are to be submitted to the Board of Education at its meeting of Friday, May 13, 1986 at 12:00 noon In the Board of Education Office, 42022nd Street East, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. R. J. Forer Treasurer to tha. Board NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE ESTATE OF GEORGE AARON FORSEY, Late of Saskatoon, in the Province ot Saskatchewan, Retired Farmer, Deceased. All claims against the above estate, duly verified bv statutory declaration and with particulars and valuation ot security held, it any, must be sent to the undersigned before the 12th day of June, 1986. NYKYFORUK & WIEBE Barristers and Solicitors P.O. Box 70 Langham, Saskatchewan S0K 2L0 (Solicitors lor the Executor)

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