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CLASSIFIED The StorPhoerdx Friday, February 12, 1993 SECTION PHONE: 653-2100 The StarPhociiix Direct dial numbers for: 1000 WARNAR The passing of Mrs. Rose Marie Warnar, age 43 years of 211 Streb Crescent, occurred at a local hospital on Wednesday, February 10, 1993. The Funeral Service will be held on Saturday, February 13 at 1:30 p.m. conducted by Rev. Fredrick Seller from Park Funeral Chapel, 311 Third Avenue North.

Courtesy parking is available directly South of the Chapel. Surviving are her parents, Richard and Madeline Fisher of Regina. SK; her loving husband, Steve; her daughter, Cara and her son, Curtis, both at home; four brothers, Wilfred (Kay) Fisher of Grand Centre, AB, Danny (Joan) Fisher of Admiral, SK, Dennis (Ar-monde) Fisher of Great Falls, Montana and Gerald (Connie) Fisher of Regina, SK; three sisters, Jeanette Wiggins of Edmonton, AB, Ruby Ghostkeeper of Edmonton, AB and Shirley (Dave) Reynard of Indian Head, SK; her mother-in-law, Mabel Balkowskl; two brothers-in-law, Danny (Sandra) Yackoboski and Gary Yackoboski; one sister-in-law, Cathe (John) Swiderski. all of Winnipeg, MB; and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. Rose grew up in Heward, SK.

Upon graduation, she took her nurses training in Winnipeg. There she met and married Steve. They lived in Winnipeg until 1983 when they moved to Saskatoon where she had resided until her passing. Rose was employed with Home Care Saskatoon and Parkndge Centre as a registered nurse. In lieu of flowers.

Memorial donations may be made to St. Paul's Palliative Care, 1702 20th Street West, Saskatoon, SK, S7M 0Z9 or to the Canadian Cancer Society, 438-2nd Avenue North, Saskatoon, SK. S7K 2C3. The Honorary Pallbearers will be, "All Of Rose Marie's Friends and Cremation will follow on Monday, February 15, 1993. Ar rangements are in care of PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL.

NEAULT Charles died peacefully on February 10th, 1993 in Saskatoon at the age of 75. Charlie was born in Diluth, Minnesota, the third son of Frederick and Ellen (nee O'Brien). His family moved to Prince Albert when he was two years old and eventually settled in Saskatoon in 1923. He joined the Regina Rifles in August 1939. and was discharged when hostilities ceased in 1945 achieving the rank of Sargent.

Charlie met and married Hazel O'Connor, also of Saskatoon, in 1956. He re tired from the Dairy Producers Co-op in 1982 after 29 years. Charlie left many friends who enjoyed his sense of humor and warm, friendly personality. He will be deeply missed by his family. Surviving are his brother Jerry; his sister Clara Vanstone of Regina: his wife Hazel and children.

Lynne. Gordon, Gerald, Patrick and Darnell: as well as his grandchildren and great grandchildren. Charlie loved eggs, his dog Smokey, Wayne Grotzky, Mozart and life its self. It was his wish that those who love him remember him in life rather than in death. Above all, Charlie showed us all how courage conquers hardships; how love conquers all.

For all that he has given us, he asks only that his death not be marked by a Funeral Service. We. his family, ask you to grant him this small favour. CAVE Alma KathermeiSlim) Cave, age 75. late of Saskatoon.

SK. passed away peacefully at St. Paul's Hospital on Monday. February 8. 1993.

She was born near Piapot. SK on September 23. 191 7 and spent the greater portion of her life in the Lake Athabasca area. Following the Uranium City shutdown. Slim and her husband.

Ralph Harold (Hap) moved to Athabasca, AB. After Hap death in 1991. Slim moved to Radisson and then to Saska toon to be closer to her family. Slim will be sadly missed by all her family and friends, and especially her daughters, Lena (Mike) Wo-loshyn and grandson, Steven. Julia (Gordon) Inness and family; and son, Arvid (Shirley) and family.

(Memorial donations to a Charity of the donor's choice would be appreciated in lieu of flowers.) The Funeral Service will be held on Saturday. February 13 at 2:00 p.m from the Chapel of Saskatoon Funeral Home with Rev. Charles MacNutt officiating. Cremation will take place following the Service. (Courtesy parking south of the SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME, corner of 4th Avenue at 25th Street.

Cypress Hills, Swift Current, Kindersley: Mainly sunny. Winds light. Highs minus 10. Lows minus 20. Saturday, sunny with a few afternoon cloudy periods.

Highs minus 7. Probability of precipitation, zero today, 10 per cent Saturday. Moose Mountain, Yorkton: Mainly sunny. Winds light. Highs minus 10.

Lows minus 23. Saturday, sunny with a few afternoon cloudy periods. Highs minus 7. Probability of precipitation, zero today, 10 per cent Saturday. Hudson Bay: Mainly sunny.

Winds light. High minus 13. Low minus 23. Saturday, sunny with occasional cloudy periods. High minus 9.

Probability of precipitation, zero today, 10 per cent Saturday. EXTENDED FORECAST Extended forecasts for Sunday and Monday: Southern Grainbelt: Sunday, mostly sunny. Lows minus 22. Highs minus 11. Monday, mostly sunny.

Lows minus 25. Highs minus 12. Parkland-Churchill River: Sunday, sunny. Lows minus 26. Highs minus 12.

Monday, mostly sunny. Lows minus 26. Highs minus 13. Northern Saskatchewan: Sutv day, clear. Lows minus 30.

Highs minus 19. Monday, clear. Lows minus 30. Highs minus 17. ALONG THE BORDERS Alberta: Mostly sunny.

Highs, minus 15 in the north to zero in the south. Manitoba: In the south, morning cloud, otherwise sunny. Highs minus 10. In the north, variable cloud. Highs minus 22 to minus 16.

DEATHS 1000 CARBERT The death of Sarah Theressa occurred at St. Paul's Hospital on February 9th, 1993. Mrs. Carbert's recent home has been Sunnyside Nursing Home. Born Sarah Theressa Hewitson on August 6th, 1901, Owen Sound, ON, she migrated west with her family.

Sarah married George Carbert of Mel-fort, SK, December 19th, 1923 and they resided at Tisdale, Melfort and BC during their marriage. One daughter Doreen and one son Raymond were born to this union. Mrs. Carbert was predeceased by her husband, George and her son, Raymond. Surviving Mrs.

Carbert is her daughter, Doreen (Len) Person of Olds, AB; also grandson, David Carbert of Toronto; granddaughters, Judy (Gord) Burg-schmidt of Asquith, Carol (Allan) Johnson of Arizona, Marilyn (Steve) Hunford and Donna (Neil) Unger; grandsons, Curtis and Darren; and several great grandchildren. Mrs. Carbert will be sadly missed by all who knew her. She was an avid Bible Student and she awaits her Saviors return. The Melfort Funeral Home and Pastor Darren Godsoe of the Seventh Day Ad-ventist Church, Melfort are in charge of Funeral Arrangements.

The Funeral Service will be held Friday, February 12. 1993 at 2:00 p.m. at the Seventh Day Adventist Church, Melfort, SK. Memorial Donations may be sent to Sunnyside Nursing Home, 2200 St. Henry Saskatoon, S7M 0P5 or to The Heart Foundation, 279 3rd Avenue North, Saskatoon, S7K9Z9.

ROACH Michael, late of Biggar passed away in the Royal University Hospital on Wednesday, February 10, 1993 after a short illness. He was 65 at the time of his death. Michael was bom September 29, 1927 In Radisson, SK. He is survived by his two sons, Kim (Gwen) Roach of Biggar, Kevin (Gwen Koob) Roach of Saskatoon; two daughters, Wendy (Gary) Nickel of Saskatoon, Cherie (Del) Behm of Edmonton; seven grandchildren, David, Derek, Gary, Stacey Nickel of Saskatoon and Samantha, Crystal. Nathan Behm of Edmonton; three brothers, Bill (Kay) Roach of Biggar.

Mel Roach of Coquitlam, BC and Jim Turanski of New York City; two sisters. Millie Roche of Palm Desert, California and Shirley Roach of Saskatoon; and his special friend, Ei leen Bleile of Biggar; plus numerous nieces and nephews. Michael was predeceased by his father, Alexander Roche in 1945; stepfather. Michael Turanski in 1960; his mother, Dons Turanski in 1984; his brother, Russell in 1986 and his wife, Joyce in 1985. Mike's family moved around rural Saskatchewan before settling in Biggar whore he married and raised his family.

He worked most of his life with C.N.R., hiring on as a fireman and then as engineer until his retirement from Via Rail in January 1990. He was an avid bowler, bowling in leagues in Biggar and Perdue. He enjoyed curling and cross country skiing. In the summertime he would put many miles on his bike and enjoyed fishing as well. He belonged to the Royal Canadian Legion.

He will be sadly missed by all his family and friends. In lieu of flowers, the family would appreciate donations made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation. Memorial service will be held on Saturday, February 13, 1993 at 2:00 p.m. from St. Paul's Anglican Church in Biggar with Rev.

Stuart Ravnsborg officiating. Honorary Pallbear ers are Wilf Kegler, Ike Fehr, George Marshall. Bob Leonard, Lawrence Flaata and Jack Tucker. Interment will follow at a later date. BIGGAR FUNERAL HOME entrusted with arrangements.

PENNY Thursday, February 11, 1993. Mrs. Violet Louise Penny, late of Christopher Lake and formerly of Prince Albert passed away in local hospital at the age of 86 years. Mrs. Penny was born on February 7.

1907 in LaRiviere. MB. She took her schooling in LaR-iviere and Winnipeg and later married Sidney (Bud) Penny in Yorkton. Mrs. Penny has re sided in Winnipeg.

Saskatoon. Prince Albert and Christopher Lake. Mrs. Penny is survived by a daughter in law, Laverne Penny of Prince Albert; five grandchildren. Ken (Glenda) Stephens of Saskatoon.

SK. Patricia (Allen) Skauge of Whitecourt, AB. Cheryl (Dan) Kasha of Prince Albert. SK. Bud (Rhonda) Penny of Christopher Lake.

SK and Dan (Laura) Penny of Vonda. SK; 14 great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Sidney (Bud) Hibert Penny; a son, Fredrick (Bud) Penny; a daughter. Sidney Louise Blair; a great granddaughter, Karamia Kasha; a grandson, Christopher Blair; her father. Archibald Henderson; her mother.

Hannah Rose Keating; and a brother, Gordon Henderson. The Funeral Service will be conducted on Saturday, February 13, 1993 at 1:30 p.m. in the Chapel of MacKonzie Funeral Home with Rev. Fr. Ghislain Gaudet officiating.

Cremation to follow. Memorial donations may be made to the Alzheimer Association of Saskatchewan and would be greatly appreciated by the fam ily. Courtesy parking directly across from the Funeral Home. Arrangements in care ot MacKENZIE FUNERAL HOME. Don Moriarty.

Irwin Hawiyluk, Harry Matwishyn. Directors the north, minus 4 in the south. Newfoundland: Mainly sunny. Highs minus 10. Labrador: Mainly sunny.

Highs minus 20. Provincial Temperatures Low, high, preclp. (In mm.) In pasl 24 hours. Bui. Narrows 11 Estevan 18-11 Hudson Bay na-10 Kindersley -18-12 La Ronge -25-12 Lloydminster 18-12 Meadow Lake -22 -11 Moose Jaw -16 -1 Yorkton -18-11 0 Nipawin -26-14 Tr N.

Battleford 16-12 na Prince Albert -21 12 Refllna 16-11 Saskatoon 15-11 Swift Current 16 -7 .3 Watrous 1511 Wynyard na il Agricultural Report Supplied by SaiAatrhewan Hrsruri'b Council Precipitation (mm) total for the Saskatoon region for 24-hour peri- DEATHS I jf The JL for noon. CfrJc with high and low 7. Whitehorse UX ytr-l Edmonton Virfnr 104 Catchy -27-10 San Francisco Denver -gig I 1000 HUNTER Gene, passed away on February 9, 1993 at Victoria, BC at the age of 77 years. Loved by her children and grandchildren which she dedicated her life to. Mom, you made a difference.

Predeceased by Kenneth Stanley. Survived by sons, Kenneth (Marion), Victor (Kim) and Donald (Anne); grandchildren, Co-rie. Jessa, Marena, Amanda, and Kevin; brother, Bob (Rene) Halfhide; and sister, Maisie (Jack) Kenny. Private family service will be held at Sunset Lodge. In lieu of flowers.

Memorial donations may be made to the Cancer Society. FIRST MEMORIAL (604) 658-5244. BOHN The death of Sebastian Joseph Bonn, age 73 years, of Saskatoon, occurred in St. Paul's hospital on Wednesday, February 10, 1993. The Funeral Liturgy will be celebrated on Saturday, February 13th at 10:00 a.m.

from St. Peter the Apostle Roman Catholic Church, 8 Moore Place conducted by Rev. Bradford Bodnarchuk. The Vigil of Prayer will be held on Friday, February 12th at 7:30 p.m. from the Church.

Surviving are his beloved wife of fifty-two years, Bridget; five daughters; two sons: nineteen grandchildren and two great grandchildren; Lucille (Glenn) Lowes of North Battleford and their children, Michelle (Tom) Simes and their children, Brett and Brooklyn and Barry Lowes and his fianoc, Di anne Buchinski all of Saskatoon; Sheilla (Ervin) Haider of Lloydminster. AB and their children. Ronalda and Conan of Vancouver and Marlon and Lonnda of Lloydminster; Larry (Linda) Bonn and their children Carmen, Paul. Christie and Julie all of Saskatoon; Linda (John) MacDonald and their children, Grant and Janel of Saskatoon; Tim (Terri) Bohn and their son, Richard of Edmonton; Brenda (Randy) Strunk and their children, Rina. Tammy, Christopher and Kristel of Englefeld, SK; and Susan Braybrook and her friend.

Mar eel Poncelet and children, Kathleen and Jac queline of Saskatoon; eight sisters, Evelyn. Helen. Dorothy. Margaret, Mary. Veronica.

Vic tona and Agnes and numerous nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his parents; four brothers. Joe, John, Wendlyn and Mike and his son in law, Kelly Braybrook. Seb was born on May 14, 1919 in Tramping Lake. Saskatchewan.

In 1940. he married Bridget Bosch and together they farmer) in the Miller dale district for nine yeais In 1951, they moved to Kerrobert, where Seb worked for a year at Dunfiekl's Service as a welder. Ho then joined the staff at I where he worked for eighteen years. In 1968. he purchased the hotel at Englefeld.

which thev uperated for five years. In 1973. they retired to Saskatoon, where he has resided until his passing. All throughout his life, Seb was a skilled carpen ter, a perfectionist. His special interests were his family, bird watching, gardening, fishing, and singing with his children and friends.

Throughout the years, he was an active choir member in various parishes. He was a mem ber of the Knights of Columbus for many years. Seb will always be remembered for his belief that anything worth doing, is worth doing right, his special love for his children and grandchildren and his large family gatherings He will be sadly missed and fondly remem bered by all who knew him. Memorial dona tions to the Renal Unit, CO St. Paul's Hospi tal.

1702 20th St. Saskatoon. SK will be appreciated in lieu of flowers. The Pallbearers will be his grandsons. Barry Lowes.

Conan and Marlon Haider. Paul and Richard Bohn and Grant MacDonald. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Catholic Cemetery. Funeral Service arrangements have been entrusted to the SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME. FUNERALS 1003 TEED The Funeral Service of James Her bert (Jim) Teed who died on Monday.

February 8, 1993 was held from the Chapel of the Sas katoon Funeral Home on Thursday, February 11 at 10:00 a.m. conducted by Rev. N. Stew art Dingwall. Honorary Pallbearers were George Lange, Keith Lensen.

Ted O'Hara, Gor don Paterson, Vern Shockey. Nick Sloboshan and Active Pallbearers were Ray Amor, Darryl Bint. Merv Bint. Harold Chappie, Ross Chap pie. Kevin Lensen.

Interment took place in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Sunny Partly Cloudy For the Record Thursday's Temperatures Low -15 High -11 Today's Normals Low High Today's Records High 6.1 set in 1934 Low set in 1936 A year ago today: Low High Moon New, Feb. 21 First, Mar. 1 Full, Mar. 8 Last, Feb.

13 Sun Rose today 8:28 Sets 6:14 Resort Temperatures Acapulco "21 31' Las Veyas 7 -17 Barbados 25 29 Mexico City 8 23 Bermuda 19 22 Miami Beach 19 27 Brownsville 17 28 Nassau 21 26 Davlonj Beach 13 19 Reno I 9 DEATHS llillllrJSi was i.ll 1000 PATCHIN Keith (Keefer) of St. Louis, SK passed away peacefully on February 11, 1993 after a lengthy and courageous battle with cancer at the age of 60 years. Memorial Mass will be celebrated by Rev. Fr. Roland Gaudet from the St.

Louis Roman Catholic Church, St. Louis, SK on Saturday, February 13, 1993 at 10:30 a.m. Mr. Patchin was born to Raymond and Gertrude Patchin in Sutherland, SK on April 14, 1932. Keith enjoyed fishing, hunting and numerous activities.

He will be sadly missed for his great love for life and most of all his sense of humor. He is survived by his loving and caring wife, Marie (Regnier); three children, Curtis (Joan) Patchin, Saskatoon. SK, Cindy (Mark) Wooten, Camarlllo, California, Kelly Patchin, Pleasant Hill, California; four grandchildren, Allison and Erik Wooten, Bradley and Brent Patchin; three brothers, Rubean (Joyce), Candle Lake, SK, Carl (Betty), Prince Albert, SK, Phil (Jean), Porcupine Plain, SK; two sisters, Shirley Day, Edmonton, AB, Mar-lene (Carl) Stone, Areata, California; numerous nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his parents. Interment will take place at the St.

Louis Roman Catholic Cemetery. In lieu of other tributes, donations to the Canadian Cancer Society will be gratefully appreciated. KUSHNERYK'S FUNERAL HOME, Wakaw, SK is in care of arrangements. THOMPSON T. Gordon of Prince Albert, passed away in the Victoria Union Hospital on February 11, 1993.

Gordon was born on November 28, 1914 in Margaret, MB and moved with his family to Killarney, MB in 1928. He married Viola Mary Mitchell on June 30, 1932. As a young man, Gordon played semi-pro hockey in North Dakota and semi-pro baseball in Manitoba. In 1932, he played baseball against the legendary Lefty Grove and the American League All Stars. He began to curl seriously in 1936.

Gordon started working for the International Harvester Co. in Winnipeg in 1935. He worked summers and continued to play semi-pro hockey in the winters until 1938. With two small children at home Ken, October 1933 and Beth. November 1936 he gave up hockey and went full time with IHC.

The family was transferred to Saskatoon in 1942 where Gordon was involved with the Saskatoon Cubs Baseball Team as a Player. Coach and Man ager and was an active member of the Granite Curling Club. They were transferred to Edmonton in 1947 and back to Saskatoon in 1949. A third child. Bill was born in 1951.

The family moved to Prince Albert in 1952 where Gordon and the late Lou Moker opened Moker Th ompson Implements Ltd. Gordon was an avid hunter and fisherman and a Lifelong Sportsman as a participant, an administrator, a builder and a spectator. Gordon served as President of the Granite Curling Club in Saskatoon, 1951-52; President of the Prince Albert Curling Club, 1955-56; President of the Saskatchewan Curling Association, 1964-65; and President of the Canadian Curling Association 1971-72. He was a Life Member of the P.A.G.C.C.. The S.C.A.

and the CCA. He was one of the four original planners of the present Prince Albert Golf and Curling Club. Gordon was honored as Prince Albert Sportsman of the Year 1972 and received the "Scotty" Ri chardson Memorial Award in 1974 for his outstanding contribution to curling. He was inducted into the Canadian Curling Hall of Fame in 1975 and the Governor General's Curling Club in 1979. Gordon was a member of the Saskatoon Lions Club in the 1940 a mem ber of the Masonic Lodge and the Prince Albert Shrine Club.

Surviving are two sons. Ken (Anne) Thompson and Bill (Pat) Thompson of Prince Albert, SK; a daughter, Beth (Keith) Coviello of Saskatoon. SK; nine grandchildren, Gord Thompson of Prince Albert, Therese (Ross) Smillie of Edmonton, AB, Patty (Frank) Kemeri of Calgary. AB, Nicole Coviello of Auckland, New Zealand, Karen (Anthony) Scian of Waterloo. ON.

Bill. Chris, Kathryn and Matthew Thompson of Prince Albert; three great grandchildren, Sara and Sean Smillie of Edmonton. AB and Linnea Scian of Waterloo. ON; a brothers. Bob (Isobel) Thompson of Spirit River.

AB; a sister, Georgina Foster of Greenfield Park. PQ; and several nieces and nephews. Gordon was predeceased by Vi. his wife of over 60 years, on December 9, 1992: his parents, William H. and Hadessah (Morrow) Thompson; his brother, Bert Thompson.

Dundas. ON and his sister, lla McKellar. Bran don. MB. The Memorial Service will be con ducted on Monday.

February 15. 1993 at 1:30 p.m. in Wesley United Church, 65-llth St. Prince Albert with Rev. Leslie Schweitzer offici ating.

Cremation. In lieu of other tributes, donations may be made to the Heart Stroke Foundation of Saskatchewan and would greatly be appreciated by the family. Arrange ments in care of MacKENZIE FUNERAL HOME, Prince Albert. SK, or od ending 9 a.m. Thursday: .74 This month: .74 This year: 3.74 Below norm for month: 7.08 Below norm for year: 26.08 Thursday wind measurement at 9 a.m.: 18.97 Average: 16.51 Maximum: 35.81 Sunshine: 3.8 hrs.

Humidity: 81 National Temperatures Caldary Charlottefown Churchill Edmonton Halifax Jasper Montreal Ottawa Prince Rupert Quebec 12 2 St. John's Ntld. -16 -4 2 ,1 Thunder Bay -20 -12 -31 18 21 8 12 -5 10 3 18 13 19 11 3 6 20 13 Toronto 10 -4 Vancouver 0 8 Victoria 1 II Whitehorse -9 -3 Winnipeg 27 11 Yellowknife -26 15 DEATHS 1000 McDIARMID The passing of Mrs. Marion Darling McDiarmid, age 75 years of Saskatoon, occurred at a local hospital on Thursday, February 11, 1993. The Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, February 13 at 10:00 a.m.

conducted by Rev. Charles MacNutt from Park Funeral Chapel, 311 Third Avenue North. Courtesy parking is available directly South of the Chapel. Surviving are her children, Lorraine (Lome) Hart of Airdrie, AB, Sharon (Jim) Whitehead of Montrose, BC, Ralph (Gail) Masear of Rosetown, SK, Larry (Adele) McDiarmid of Saskatoon, Lynn (Jerry) Horsley of Saskatoon and Lyle (Shirley) McDiarmid of Prince Albert, SK; one sister, Kaye (Ivan) Acorn of Ottawa, ON; one brother, Sydney (Evelyn) McCoy of Saskatoon; special friends, Feme Langen and Vi Pannel; and many other close friends and numerous grandchildren, nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Chester; her parents; and by one sister, Jean.

In lieu of flowers, Memorial donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Saskatchewan, 279 Third Avenue North, Saskatoon, SK, S7K 2H8. Interment of cremated remains will take place in the family plot at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens on Monday, February 15, 1993. Arrangements are in care of PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL. CORRIGAN The death of Susan Catherine Corrigan, age 76 years of Saskatoon. Saskatchewan, occurred at her residence on Wednesday, February 10, 1993.

The Funeral Service will be held on Saturday, February 13 at 11:30 a.m. from St. John's Anglican Cathedral (816 Spadina Cres. East) with the Very Rev. J.

Allan Kirk officiating. (Memorial donations to Huntington Society of Canada, 13 Water Street North, Suite 3, Box 333. Cambridge. ON, N1R 5T8 would be appreciated in lieu of flowers.) Mrs. Corrigan is survived by her two sons, Raymond (Lorraine) of Kamloops, BC and Dennis (Faye) of Saskatoon; by her six grandchildren, Dean of Calgary, AB.

Darci of Kamloops. BC, Leslie, Tracy. Tara and Brent all of Saskatoon; by one sister, Mary (John) Swidzinski of Saskatoon; a special friend, Harold Leach of Saskatoon; and numerous nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Edward Corrigan on December 15th. 1971; hei parents, and seven broth ers and sisters.

John. Nick. Bill. Mike, Alex, Kathleen and Annie Borysko. Mrs.

Corrigan was born April 6. 1916 in Bruno. Saskatchewan. She received her schooling in Bruno. Susan married Edward Corrigan in 1945 and together farmed near Love, Saskatchewan.

In 1959, they moved to make their home in Saskatoon. Mrs. Corrigan was an active member of St. John's Anglican Cathedral and the A.C.W. She was a member of Ladies Auxiliary, Royal Canadian Legion, Branch No.

63. She will be remembered as a dedicated mother and grandmother, who found great satisfaction in her families endeavors and accomplishments. Mrs. Corrigan was dearly loved and will be sadly missed by her family and many friends. Interment will fol low in the Family Plot in Woodlawn Cemetery.

Service arrangements'have been entrusted to the SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME. BRANDT (O'DONNELL) Florence Helena age 87 of Saskatoon passed away on February 11, 1993 at the Palliative Care Unit of St. Paul Hospital after a brief illness. The Me morial Service will take place on Monday, February 15 at 10:30 a.m. at Park Funeral Chapel.

Surviving are one son, Douglas of Calgary. AB; one brother, Harold of Surrey. BC; two sisters. Queenio of Vancouver, BC and Judy of Tor onto, ON; six grandchildren. Cathy (Kevin) Watson.

Bill (Pat) O'Donnell, Gordon (Laurie) O'Donnell, Bruce (Wendy) O'Donnell, Patricia (Blair) Kaiser all of Calgary and Stacey O'Donnell of Saskatoon; nine great grandchildren; two daughters-in-law, Betty of Calgary and Diane of Mackenzie. BC and numerous friends. She was predeceased by her first hus band, Lome O'Donnell; her second husband, Edward Brandt and a son. Ronald O'Donnell. The family would like to tha'nk the Palliative Care nurses and doctors for the special care and attention given to Florence and her family during her stay there.

Arrangements are in care of PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL. North Dakota: Partly sunny in the west and central. Light snow or flurries ending in the east in the morning. Warmer. Highs, minus 9 in the northeast to minus 3 in the west and south.

ACROSS CANADA Yukon: Gradual clearing later in the day except sunny in the north. Highs, minus 6 in the south, minus 14 in central, minus 28 in the north. Northwest Territories: Mackenzie Valley and Great Slave district: A few clouds. Highs, minus 18 in the south, minus 24 in the north. Keewatin district: In the occasional snow.

Windy with blowing snow. Highs minus 30. In the south, blizzard. Winds northwest at 40 kmh. Highs minus 29.

Baffin district: Mainly cloudy. Occasional snow in the south. Highs, minus 23 in the south, minus 30 in the north. High Arctic Resolute: Blizzard developing. Highs minus 25.

British Columbia: Coastal, morning fog patches. Mainly sunny. Highs 7 to 13. In the interior, mainly cloudy in the south and along the Rockies. Mostly sunny in the north and northwest.

Highs minus 5 to 7. Ontario: Cloudy with flurries in the north. Snow in the south. Ice pellets or freezing rain over the lower lakes regions. Highs, minus 2 in the south, minus 10 in the north.

Quebec: In the south, mainly sunny with increasing cloudiness in the south. Highs minus 15 to minus 13. In the north, mainly sunny. Highs minus 22 to minus 16. Maritimes: Mainly sunny.

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204 5th Ave. N. Saskatoon, Sask. S7K2P1. ANNOUNCEMENTS DEATHS 1000 ANDERSON Adam Newton (Ad) of Saska toon, beloved husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather and friend passed away on Tuesday.

February 9, 1993 at the age of 88. He is survived by his wife, Irene of 57 years; his children. Barry (Georgine) Anderson of Saskatoon. Joan Stirling of Regina. Dee (Dale) Milton of Edmonton; his grandchildren, David (Naomi), Debbie (Gregg Willie), Brenda.

Pam ela Anderson, Shelley (Angus) JMeufeld, Heather (Tim Ferner) Stirling, Terri (Rob) Peter son, Greg and Andrea Milton; great-grandchil dren, Chaten and Emily Anderson; his brothers. Ken (Isabelle) of Whiterock. BC. Norval (Eleanor) of Tisdale and numerous nieces and nephews. Ad was predeceased by his parents, Newton and Barbara Anderson; by his brother, George and by his sisters, Nellie.

Rose and Claire; also by one sister. Isabella in infancy. Ad was born on October 29, 1904 northeast of Saskatoon. NWT. His devotion to agricul ture spanned four generations but the high light of Ad's life was his family and the tunes he shared with them.

Ad made many friends thoroughout his life, more recently, very spe cial to him were those he met through Custom Ag and Luther Tower. Ad was secretary of the Blackley District Telephone Company for 17 years, councillor for the Cory and later Corman Park Municipality for eleven years, and an original shareholder in the Saskatoon Co-op. Ad was a member of the Imperial Lodge 60. A.F. A.M.

He also enjoyed being active with the Cosmopolitan Seniors. Ad was dearly loved and will be fondly remembered by all who knew him. In lieu of flowers donations to Lutheran Sunset Home would be appreciated. Service of Remembrance will be held at Grosvenor Park United Church 407 Cumberland Avenue S. February 13.

1993 at 10:00 a.m. Private family interment will follow at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Arrangements entrusted to the SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME. FAIRBROTHER John Edward (Ed), age 85 years, passed away on January 31. 1993.

Late of Maple Ridge. B.C. and formerly of Asquith and Saskatoon. Predeceased by his loving wife Alexina in 1963. Survived by three sons, Jim (Sharon), Pitt Meadows; Mike (Nancy), North Vancouver, and Sandy (Brenda).

Kamloops; six grandchildren; two brothers, Joe (Evelyn I. Saskatoon, and Floyd (Marie). Kelowna; two sisters, Annie George. Powell River, and Irene Hansen. North Vancouver, and numerous nieces and nephews.

Fu neral Service was held Fndav. Februarv 5th at 11:00 a.m. in the MAPLE RIDGE FUNERAL CHAPEL (Osuorn's) 11969 216th St. Rev. Paul Wheeler officiating.

Interment at Maple Ridge Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Alouettc Manor Bus Fund, would be appreciated. SASKATOON Mainly sunny. Winds light. High minus 12.

Low minus 20. Saturday, sunny with occasional afternoon cloudy periods. High minus 7. Probability of precipitation, zero today, 10 per cent Saturday. SYNOPSIS As a high-pressure ridge continues to move eastward from Saskatchewan across Manitoba, the clearing is expected to be complete by this morning.

A new arctic high-pressure system will push southeastward into the province tonight and on Saturday. It will bring a northwesterly flow of colder air, consequently colder temperatures are expected over the weekend. PROVINCIAL FORECAST" Regina: Mainly sunny. Winds light. High minus 12.

Low minus 20. Saturday, sunny with occasional afternoon cloudy periods High minus 7. Probability of precipitation, zero today, 10 per cent Saturday. Last Mountain, use una, Moose Jaw, Assiniboia, Weyburn, Quill Lakes: Mainly sunny. Winds light.

Highs minus 10. Lows minus 20. Saturday, sunny with occasional afternoon cloudy periods. Highs minus 7. Probability of precipitation, zero today, 10 per cent Saturday.

Dundurn, Kosthern, Battle-fords, Prince Albert, Meadow Lake: Mainly sunny. Winds light. Highs minus 12. Lows minus 23. Saturday, sunny with a few afternoon cloudy periods.

Highs minus 9. Probability of precipitation, zero today, 10 per cent Saturday. Vv I fWVEATHER Accu-Weather "forecast Friday. February 1 2D WATCH h3 temperatures for cities. Xa, A Showws T-storms Ram Ice Flumes Snow I Wam Yellowknife JflV- JB Stationary (H Hicjn Pressure -21-29 If I I Goose Bay 1 X.

ChutchilL. -18-26 ff -25-31 A'- 1 St. John's' nyA tr SaskatOOO "6. VO IV R. Thunder Bay 4 Quebec j-yVHalifax -5-1 1 Toronto-x dli fc fmpl (CP).

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