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Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada • 22

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1 Bl CLASS ED The StarPhpenix Tuesday, March 16, 1993 PHONE: 653-2100 DEATHS DEATHS DEATHS Direct dial numbers for: Switchboard 652-9200 Editorial Circulation Classified 664-8231 664-8320 653-2100 664-8340 Display Subscription Rates: Home delivery in Saskatoon and NDM area $10.25 per month for daily service, $2.00 per week for Friday and Saturday only service. Mail rates in Canada $32.10 per month, U.S.A. and Foreign $50.00 per month. Rural Inquiries may phone 1 -800-667-2008. 204 5th Ave.

N. Saskatoon, Sask. S7K 2P1 1000 PICKETTS Cleave Hilton Picketts passed away suddenly on Friday, March 12, 1993 in his home at Asquith, SK. Cleave was born in Saskatoon on January 12, 1916. He resided in the town of Asquith all his life except for that period in time when he joined the Armed Forces.

He was overseas dunng the years 1940-1945 where he served with the Saskatoon Light Infantry in England, Sicily, Italy, France, Belgium and Holland. While in England he met his wife. Peggy. In 1953, he started his contracted school bus operation, driving Asquith and Distnct school children for 30 years, retiring in 1983. Cleave is survived by his loving wife, Peggy and is lovingly remembered by his family, two sons, Mel (Pat) of Edmonton and Robert (Janet) of Calgary; and three daughters, Janice Wiebe (John) of Saskatoon, Diane Sherwitz of Calgary and Marcia Besse (Gerry) of Biggar and 12 grandchildren, Darren and Lori Wiebe of Winnipeg, Jody and Cameron Picketts of Edmonton, Sam, Marcus, Byron and Joseph Scherwitz of Calgary, Geoffrey and Kathleen Picketts of Calgary and Sean and Alicia Besse of Biggar.

He is also survived by one brother, Harold (Thelma) of Asquith; and two sisters, Marjone McAllister of Revelstoke and Peart (Archie) Tart of Scarborough. He was predeceased by one son. Danny; and three brothers. Ford, Lloyd and Lee. The Funeral Service will be held from Asquith United Church on Tuesday, March 16, 1993 at 2:00 p.m.

conducted by Rev. Bill Keis man. Ushers will be Neil McMillan and Murray Picketts. The Honorary Pallbearers will be all those who shared in his life. The Active Pallbearers will be Bob McTavish, John Strait.

Don McNab, Grant Miller, Bill Roules. Al Longworth and his fellow Legion members. Legion Rites will be observed by the Asquith Legion Branch 326 under the direction of Ivan Hitchings. Interment will take place in the Asquith Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation and or the Asquith Senior Citizens' Centre.

Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to McKAGUE'S FUNERAL CHAPELS. (664-3131) BITZ Helen Juliana. The death of Helen Juliana of Saskatoon occurred suddenly at her residence on Friday, March 12, 1993. The Vigil of Prayer will be held from Our Lady of Lourdes Roman Catholic Church (12th Street East and Wiggins Ave) on Tuesday, March 16, at 7:30 p.m. The Funeral Liturgy will be celebrated from Our Lady of Lourdes Church on Wednesday.

March 17 at 10:00 a.m. with Rev. Father Ralph Kleiter as the celebrant. Helen is survived by her one brother Hugo (Clara) Bitz; one sister, Anne (Mike) Cummins; sisters-in-law, Phelomene Bitz of Saskatoon and Kathleen Bitz of Kindersley; three aunts, Anna Mary Selzler of Winnipeg, Gort Boechler and Ruby Bitz of Saskatoon, also numerous nieces and nephews. Helen was predeceased by her father.

Andrew in 1963; her mother, Juliana in 1968; brother, Remold in 1976; sis ter, Kathenne (Katie) in 1989; brother, Emil in 1990; brother-in-law, John Weninger in 1991 and Aunt Betty in 1993. Helen was born October 9, 1923 in the Allan district, SK. After grad uating from the Allan High School, she took a business course in Saskatoon and was em ployed at the Saskatchewan Mutual Insurance Company from 1946 until her retirement in 1984. Helen will be fondly remembered for her wisdom, humor and warm heart Memorial contributions may be made to the Canadian Cystic Fibrosis Foundation (Royal University Hospital, Saskatoon, S7N OXO) and or the Sask. Heart and Stroke Foundation (279 3rd Avenue North, Saskatoon, S7K 2H8).

Pali-bearers will be the following Shirley Madsen, Judi Cummins, Bev Weninger, Gail Cummins, Sheila Larocque and Linda Jacek. Rite of Committal will follow in the Catholic section Wood-lawn Cemetery. Funeral arrangements are entrusted to ACADIA DRIVE FUNERAL CHAPEL (955-1600). FARLEY John Kennedy (Jack) Farley, late of Kamloops, BC passed away suddenly at his home on March 13 at the age of 89 years. Jack was born in Wetaskiwin, AB and worked in banking and petroleum marketing throughout western Canada.

He retired in 1959. Jack served in the R.C.A.F. during World War II; was a member of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 52 Kamloops, the Salmon Arm Masonic Lodge, and had a life membership In the Gizeh Temple, Vancouver. He Is survived by his wife. Marion; two sons, Don (Jackie) of Ay-Imer, PQ and Jack (Carol) of White Rock, BC; and five grandchildren.

Sylvia (Jerry) of Kam loops, Richard of Ottawa. Allan of Aylmer, Warren and Nicole of White Rock; and his one sis ter, Agnes of Victoria; several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his brother, Don and sister, Kathleen. Reverend George Peters will conduct the Memorial Service in the Schoening Funeral Chapel on Wednesday, March 17, 1993 at 1:00 p.m. Should friends desire, donations may be made to the Royal Inland Hospital Foundation, 311 Columbia Kamloops.

V2C 2TI in memory of Mr. Jack Farley. SCHOENING FUNERAL SERVICE, 513 Seymour Kamloops in care of arrangements. Phone 374 1454. President and Publish Eiecirtw Editor Managing Editor Asiodab Editor Director or Marlwfiny Business Manager Circulation Manager ConMier Production Manaoer DEATHS 1000 GIBBS The death of George Arthur Gibbs occurred peacefully on March 12, 1993 at Saskatoon City Hospital with his family at his bedside.

George was born in Sutherland on July 12, 1912. He attended Sutherland Public School and Bedford Road Collegiate. On January 29. 1937 he married Georgma (Joyce) Wright and they had three children. George worked his entire life in the automotive industry, first at J.H.

Early Motors and then at Merlin Motors where he stayed until his retirement. was a member of the Armed Forces Reserves and a Volunteer for St. John's Ambulance. George enjoyed many summers at the family cabin at Waskosiu. He enjoyed fishing, golfing and curling In the winter.

He leaves to mourn his passing, his daughter, Carole Burnett (Harvey Denomy) of Maymont; his sons, Brian (Ho) Gibbs, and Bob (Linda) Gibbs of Saskatoon; one brother, Bob (Betty) Gibbs of Thomas, ON; two sisters. Dorothy Nuttal of Moose Jaw, and Everil Forsythe of Calgary; five grandsons and one granddaughter; several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by wife. Joyce; his granddaughter, Cariann, and one brother. Jack Dunning Gibbs.

A service of Remembrance will be held on Wednes day, March 17 at 1:00 p.m. from the Chapel of Saskatoon Funeral Home with Rev. John Mid-dleton officiating. (Memorial donations to the Saskatoon City Hospital Foundation. 701 Queen Street.

Saskatoon, S7K 0M7 would be appreciated in lieu of flowers.) Courtesy parking south of the SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME, corner of 4th Avenue at 25th Street. ROSS Aurora Ross, age 98, late of 602 Spencer Way, Saskatoon and formerly of Melville, SK, died at her home on Saturday, March 13. 1993. The Service of Remembrance will be held from ACADIA DRIVE FUNERAL CHAPEL (Eight Street East and Acadia Drive) on Tuesday, March 16 at 2:00 p.m. Aurora is survived by three sisters, Marg Lloyd Edmonton, Augusta Clark of Calgary, Helen Munday of Winnipeg; sisters-in-law, Violet Vopni of Winnipeg, Jean Thomas of Portage La Prairie, MB, Paula Vopni of Vancouver, Helen Vopni of Seattle, Washington, USA and Marg Rowe of Edmonton; also numerous nieces and nephews.

She was predeceased by her husband, Harold E. Ross. Q.C.; her parents, John Vopni and Sigurborg (Magnusdottir) Vopni; brothers. John, Bud, Edward. Herman, Richard and Bill Vopni; sister, Anna Bardel.

Aurora Ross was born March 4. 1895 in Winnipeg, MB where she was raised and educated. As a young woman, she moved to Melville, SK and married Harry E. Ross, a young lawyer in practice. They led a happy life Melville and did extensive travelling.

She was active in All Saints Anglican Parish and the Progressive Conservative Party In Melville. SK. She moved to Saskatoon in 1986 due to health reasons and remained here until her passing. Special thanks to Dr. Carmen Moe for her fnendly care and the staff who looked after her.

Memorials, in lieu of flowers, would appreciated if directed to the Canadian Cancer Society (438 2nd Ave. Saskatoon, SK, S7K 2C3) and, or the Sask. Heart and Stroke Foundation (279 3rd Ave. Saskatoon, S7K 2H8). Committal of the cremains will take place in the family plot in Brookside Cemetery, Winnipeg, MB.

Michael G. Sifton BillPetenon Stevan Gibb WlfPopofF EdGalerooski Lawrence Geisel WaynaWohlbarg Eldon Amundson GlenHoult 4 i 1000 REES The death of Henry Clay (Hal) Rees, Q.C.. age 90 years of Saskatoon. Saskatchewan occurred in a local hospital on Saturday. March 13.

1993. A Service of Re membrance will be held on Wednesday, March 17 at 2:00 p.m. from St. John's Angli can Cathedral. 816 Spadina Cres.

E. con ducted by Dean J.A. Kirk and Archdeacon H. Brandrick. He is survived by his loving wife, Mary and two daughters, Helen (Meml) McDonald of Millarville.

AB. and Jane (Ron) Collie of Calgary. AB; six grandchildren and ten great grandchildren; his nephew. Peter Mackenzie of Ottawa. ON, and foster sons.

Bill (Terry) Frank of Stettler, AB and Wayne Frank. Hal was born in Detroit, Michigan and came to Saskatoon with his mother and sister, Claire in 1909. He attended King Edward School and T.C.S. at Port Hope, Ontario and graduated in law from the University of Saskatchewan in 1925. He was admitted to the Texas Bar and the Saskatchewan Bar.

Hal practised law until his 85th year, serving as Crown Prosecutor from 1945 to 1960. He was a Bencher of the Law Society of Saskatchewan and was given a Life Membership and a Distinguished Service Award from the Saskatchewan Bar Associa tion. Hal was a bugler boy with the 96th Cana dian Highlands Battalion in W.W. I and served overseas from 1941 to 1945 with the 67th Light Anti Aircraft Battery. He was an executive member of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 63 and a member of the PoppyDay Fund, a member of the Board of Corps of Commission aires, a past chairman of the Board of Gove-nors of the University of Saskatchewan and served on the Board of the C.N.I.B.

He was a Life Member of the Riverside Optimist Club and a founding Board Member of the Canadian Paraplegic Association, where he served until this year. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Canadian Paraplegic Association (Sask.) 3-3012 Louise Saskatoon. SK, S7J 3L8 or to the Canadian Cancer Soci ety, 438 2nd Ave. Saskatoon, SK, S7K 2C3. Cremation.

Arrangements are entrusted to the SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME. Phone 2445577. HUCUL The death of Peter Hucul. age 83 of Saskatoon, SKoccuned at St. Paul's Hospi tal on Friday, March 11, 1993.

The Funeral Service will be held from McKague's Funeral Chapels on Friday. March 19, 1993 at 3:30 p.m. conducted by Father Al Rekowski. Interment will be made in the Catholic Section of Woodlawn Cemetery. Saskatoon, SK.

Surviv ing are his wife, Doris; daughter, Jeanne (Larry) Chuckree of Russell, MB; sons. George (Audrey) Hucul, James Hucul, Frank Hucul, Jack (Elaine) Hucul and Joseph (Vernal Hucul; several grandchildren; and great grandchil dren, all of Saskatoon, step-daughters. Janet Stahl of Flin Ron, MB. Joanne Person of Saskatoon; step-sons, Jeff (Nadeen) Person of Salmon Arm, BC. John (Marj) Person of Nan aimo, BC.

James (Elaine) Person of Winnipeg, MB and Joel Person of Edmonton, AB; sisters, Sophie (Alcid) Caron, Mary Parenteau, both of Coquitlam. BC. Polly Jerwak of Winnipeg, MB, brother, Mike of Vancouver. He was predeceased by his first wife, Mona and mother ol his children; four brothers, John, Fred, Bill and Dave; and two sisters, Nellie and Nettie. Guost parking directly south of McKAGUE'S FUNERAL CHAPELS 3rd Avenue South and 20th Street (664 3131).

WASYLENCHUK The death of Randall Glen (Randy) Wasylenchuk, age 24 years of Saskatoon, SK occurred after a courageous battle with cancer on Saturday, March 14, 1993. A Service of Remembrance will be held on Thursday. March 18 at 1:00 p.m. from the Chapel of the Saskatoon Funeral Home, conducted by Rev. Stewart Dingwall.

Randy is survived by his loving parents, Jackie and Harry Wasylenchuk of Saskatoon; a sister, Angie (Larry) of Saskatoon; one nephew, Tyler; his grandparents, Jack and Joyce Veer of Irma, AB; and Bill and Sylvia Wasylenchuk of Stur-gis, SK; as well as numerous aunts and uncles. Randy was born on March 17, 1968 at Saskatoon. He grew up and received his education hern, graduating from Mount Royal Col legiate. Randy was a Kentucky Fried Chicken Store Manager for the last several years. Ho will be fondly remembered and sadly missed by his family and friends.

In lieu of flowers, do nations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, 438 2nd Ave. Saskatoon, SK, S7K 2C3. Cremation. Interment will follow in the Woodlawn Cemetery. Courtesy parking south of the Chapel of the SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME on 4th Ave.

N. at 25th St. VOROS Mrs. Maria Oberst Voros of Saskatoon passed away on March 6, 1993 at St. Paul's Hospital.

Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, March 20 at 3:00 p.m. at WESTWOOD FUNERAL CHAPEL. Sunny Partly Cloudy Cloudy Showers T-slorms Ham Ice Flumes Snow St. John's i Fredericton -6-12 Halifax -2--10 'Saint John Ottawa Montreal 2,7 vtri Trtrnntrv DEATHS 1000 MESZAROS The death of Mrs. Elizabeth (Lizzie) Meszaros (nee Molnar), of SL Benedict, SK, occurred peacefully at St.

Michael's Hospital in Cudworth on March 14, 1993 following a lengthy illness. Elizabeth was 85 years of age. She was born on September 17, 1907 in the Leofnard District, near Wakaw, SK to Michael and Kathleen (nee Szegi) Molnar. On November 15. 1923 she married Steve Meszaros and they farmed on their homestead in the St.

Benedict area. In 1965, they retired to the village of St. Benedict where she remained until her illness required her to be close to medical care. Elizabeth took great pnde in raising her family, cooking, baking and gardening. Elizabeth is lovingly remembered by her children, Rudolph (Clara) Meszaros of St.

Benedict. Eugene (Betty) Meszaros of Mel-fort, and Velma (Carl) Schreiner of Saskatoon; ten grandchildren: 18 great-grandchildren; eight sisters, Barbara Spedding of Bjorkdale, Theresa (Steve) Svab of Bjorkdale, Annie Lay-cock of Nipawln, Mary (Frank) Tinda of Kei-owna, BC. Katie (Arthur) Phillips of Kelowna, Helen (Joe) Kaiser of Chelan, Sophie (Andrew) Bacsu of Tisdale and Margaret (Albert) Baum-gartner of Galahad, AB; two brothers, Julius (Pauline) Molnar of Maple Ridge. BC and Andrew (Kathleen) Molnar of Bjorkdale; and by numerous nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her parents, Michael and Kathleen Molnar; her husband.

Steve In 1972; a daughter-in-law, Margaret (Szankar) Meszaros in 1966; two sisters, Julia Barna and Lydia Schneider; and by one brother, Mike Molnar. Prayer Services will be held from St. Benedict R.C. Church in St. Benedict on Tuesday, March 16, 1993 at 7:30 p.m.

The Funeral Mass will be offered from St. Benedict R.C. Church on Wednesday, March 17. 1993 at 2:30 p.m. celebrated by Rev Fr.

Werner Renneberg, O.S.B. Honor Guard will be formed by members of the St. Benedict C.W.L Cross Bearer will be Jason Meszaros. Interment will follow at the St. Benedict R.C.

Cemetery. Active Pallbearers will be Dale, Douglas, Myles and Wayne Meszaros, Brian and Sheldon Schreiner. Me-monal donations directed to St. Michael's Hospital at Cudworth, SK will be gratefully received by the family. Service arrangements have been entrusted to SCHULER-LEFEBVRE FUNERAL CHAPEL.

Humboldt (682-4 114). MORGAN Mr. Edward 'Ted' Morgan of Bat tleford, SK passed away at his home on Saturday, March 13, 1993 at the age of 58 years. Ted is survived by his loving wife, Gail; his children, Ernie of Battleford. Gayla Morgan and Cheryl Morgan, both of Prince Albert, SK and Barbara and Fiance, Rob Mutch of Battleford, SK; two brothers, Jim (Dorothy) Morgan of Ottawa, The Right Rev.

Tom (Lillian) Morgan of Pnnce Albert, SK; two sisters. Dorothy (Durold) Textor of Turtleford, SK and Rev. Margaret (Ken) McKechney of Saskatoon. SK; his mother-in-law, Winnie Doolittle of North Battleford; as well as numerous nieces and nephews. The Funeral Service for Ted will be held at St.

Paul's Anglican Church on Wednesday, March 17, 1993 at 2:00 p.m. (est) with The Reverend Don Cochrane officiating. Should fnends desire, contributions may be made to the Campaign Sight First Lions Club International. Interment will be in the Battleford Cemetery. McCAW FUNERAL SERVICE of 5101-50th Uoydminster will administer the funeral arrangements.

ROBIN On March 11. 1993. Mr. Frank (Ernest) Robin passed on in Winnipeg, MB. His loving family, close relatives and dear fnends shall miss his loving caring spirit.

A Funeral Service was held on Monday, March 15, 1993 in Thomson Funeral Chapels, Winnipeg, MB conducted by Rev. RJ. Galston. A Funeral Service will be held on Wednesday, March 17. 1993 at 11:00 a.m.

in the Chapel of McK-ague's Funeral Chapels, conducted by Rev. N.S. Dingwall. If friends so desire, memorial donations may be made to a chanty of choice. His wish was to lie at rest beside his loving wife, Claire.

Interment will be made in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Guest parking directly south of McKAGUE'S FUNERAL CHAPELS, 3rd Avenue and 20th Street (664-3131). SALAHUB The death of Mr. Albert Salahub, age 34 years of Rosthern, occurred on March 13, 1993 after a brief illness. The Funeral Service will be held on Thursday, March 18, 1993 at 2:00 p.m.

from the Rosthern Alliance Church conducted by Rev. Dwayne Campbell and Rev. Walter Jantzen. Albert is survived by his mother, Mary Salahub of Rosthern; his grandmother, Annie Ternof-sky; three brothers, two sisters and their families, Denis (Shirley) Salahub, Emery and Adrian of Saskatoon, Taras (Patncia) Salahub, Tern Lynn of Waldheim. Sandra (Reuben) Peters.

Ryan and Tracey of Manning, AB. Mar-lene Salahub (Justin), Sasha, and Natasha of Duck Lake and Harry Salahub of Rosthern. He was predeceased by his father, Peter Salahub; grandfather, Peter Ternofsky; and grandparents, George and Pauline Salahub. Interment will take place in the Rosthern Cemetery. Arrangements are in care of FUNK'S FUNERAL HOME, Rosthern.

Highs minus 7. Northern Saskatchewan: Thursday, mainly sunny. Lows minus 20. Highs minus 7. Friday, mainly sunny.

Lows minus 24. Highs minus 9. ALONG THE BORDERS Alberta: Mainly sunny. Highs, minus 11 in the east, minus 4 in the west. Manitoba: In the south, sunny.

Highs minus 17. In the north, variable clouds. Highs, minus 16 in central, minus 24 in the northeast. North Dakota: Snow and blowing snow advisory for the north. Windy and cold.

Snow and blowing snow ending in the east. Steady temperatures minus 15 to minus 9. ACROSS CANADA British Columbia: Coastal, mainly sunny. Slight chance of showers or flurries over northern Vancouver Island and the Queen Charlottes. Highs, 7 on the coast, 3 inland.

In the interior, mainly sunny. Cold. Highs, minus 8 in the north, 3 in the south. Ontario: In the northwest, variable cloudiness with scattered flurries followed by partial clearing. Highs minus 12 to minus 7 except minus 18 in the extreme northwest.

In the northeast, periods of snow. Highs minus 2. In the south, periods of snow, possibly mixed with rain near Lake Erie. Highs minus 1 to 3. Quebec: Increasing cloudiness followed by light snow in the east.

Elsewhere, snow and blowing snow. Highs, minus 5 to zero in the south, minus 14 to minus 3 in the north. Maritimes: Increasing clouds. Flurries developing to cover all regions by evening. Highs, zero in 1000 RYAN The passing of Baby Danyn Marie Eglah Ryan of Saskatoon occurred at a local hospital on Saturday.

March 13. 1993 at 1 year of age. The Funeral Liturgy will be held on Tuesday, March 16. 1993 at 10:30 a.m. from St.

Anne's Roman Catholic Church, 217 Le-nore Drive. The Celebrant will be Rev. Father Don Hamel. Baby Danyn-Mane is survived by her parents, Edward and Ruby Ryan of Saskatoon: her sister, Kendrah at home; her brother, Stephen at home; her grandparents, Ken and Elsie Mae Brown of Trinity, Bonavista Bay. NF, and Raymond and Margaret Ryan of Macklin.

SK; great grandparents, Reinhold and Mary Stangof Macklin, SK; also by numerous aunts and uncles across Canada. Baby Danyn-Mane Eglah Ryan was born on October 1, 1991 in Edmonton, AB. She was dearly loved, and was a real inspiration and joy to her family, and to all who shared her short life. She will be remembered for the courage she showed in her suffering, and will be sadly missed by the hearts she touched. The Pall bearers will be Richard Ryan and Lome Ryan.

Rite of Committal will take place in Woodlawn Catholic Cemetery. Arrangements are in care of PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL. THAINE The death of May Thame, of Sher-brooke Community Centre, Saskatoon, occurred at her residence on Sunday, March 14, 1993. A service of remembrance will be held on Wednesday, March 17 at 10:00 a.m. from the Chapel of the Saskatoon Funeral Homo conducted by the Rev.

Heather Graham and Bev Gray. May Thaine was born September 1, 1899 in Edinburgh, Scotland, the daughter of Robert H. and Mary Thaine. The family emigrated to Canada in 1913 and settled in Saskatoon. After attending secretarial school, she worked for A.H.

Hanson and Company for some time, followed by long and faithful ser vice with W.W. Ashley. She lived for many years in the Shirley Apartments, and later on McPherson Avenue. In both places she made many lasting friendships. As a long time citizen of the city.

May saw many changes and developments, and was a source of interesting information about Saskatoon's early years and its growth over time. She was a great reader and was actively informed about cur rent events. May had many friends who were her family the Joslins, Kings, Moores, Mc-Beans. Moss. Viberts, Gerry Conger, Marie Dunn, and others.

She will be missed by them and remembered with love. Memorial donations may be made to the Sherbrooke Community Centre Building Fund. 301 Acadia Drive. Saskatoon, S7H 2E7 or to a charity of your choice. Cremation.

Courtesy parking south of the Chapel of the SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME on 4th Ave. N. at 25th St. ELUS The death of Richard (Dick) Ellis of Lutheran Sunset Home occurred at City Hospital on Sunday, March 14 in his 89th year. Richard was born in Wishaw, Scotland in 1904 and came to Canada with his parents in 1911.

He was the last remaining member of a family of eleven. Richard took up farming in the Kin-istino Area and remained there until his retire ment Into the town of Kinistino. It was while there his wife. Alison passed away. Richard was a Past Master of Carrot River Lodge No.

69 A.F. A.M. and later received his life membership certificate. Richard's life long inter ests centered around farming and family. He was predeceased by his parents; six brothers; and four sisters; as well as his first wife.

Left to cherish his memory Is his loving wife, Zelma and two sons, William (Patricia) Ellis of Km istino and Archie (Helen) Ellis of Prince Albert; five step daughters, Joyce (Alex) Clark of At botsford. Gail (Bill) Cooper of Saskatoon, Hazel (Bill) Miner of Ottawa. Lois (Omar) Jacob-son, Outlook. Faye (Peter) Popowich, Outlook; three step sons, Martin (Evelyn) Hopkins, Re gina. Hugh (Janice) Hopkins.

Ottawa and Donald (Irene) Hopkins, Outlook; as well there are 22 grandchildren; and 16 great grandchildren. Funeral Services are pending and will be announced In tomorrow's paper. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to the Saskatoon City Hospital Foundation. 701 Queen Saskatoon, S7K9Z9. Chicago i-6-4 6-B Today's Records High 15.1 set in 1981 Low set in 1893 A year ago today; Low High 0.4 Moon New, Mar.

23 First, Mar. 31 Full, Apr. 6 Last, Apr. 13 Sun Rose today 7:18 Sets 7:12 National Temperatures Calgarv -15 8 St. John's Nlld.

-15 Charlottetown 13 -10 -9 Churchill 31 23 Thunder Bay -18 5 Edmonton 16 12 Toronto -11 -3 Haiifai 10 4 Vancouver 4 9 Mn'nfrl It '5 ,0 Montreal 74 Ottawa 22 Whltehorsc 22 -8 Prince Rupert 2 5 Wlnnipefl -13 7 Quebec -23 -9 Yellowknife -28 -22 Agricultural Report Supplied hy Saskatchewan Research fvuncil Precipitation (mm) total for the sK Al Windsor ANNOUNCEMENTS DEATHS 1000 IRVINE Mrs. Myra Delia Irvine of Leth-bridge, beloved wife o( the late Mr. Clifford Stanley Irvine, passed away in Lethbndge, Alberta on Wednesday, M.irch 10, 1993, at the age of 87 years. Born in Ottawa. Ontario on March 2, 1906, the former Myra Derraugh came to Saskatchewan as a young girl and spent several years in the Rosetown, Kinders-ley area.

She married Stan Irvine in Rosetown on November 4, 1930. They lived in Prince Albert. Saskatchewan for several years and following World War II, they settled in Saskatoon where Myra spent most of her life. Myra came to southern Alberta in the spring of 1991 and lived in Picture Butte at the Piyami Lodge until moving to the Lethbndge Regional Hospital, due to failing health, where she lived for six months until the time of her passing. She was a fifty year member of the Royal Canadian Legion, Ladies Auxiliary 63 in Saskatoon; as well as a member of Mayfair United Church, Saskatoon.

Myra will be remembered in the Mayfair Lawn Bowling Club in Saskatoon as a competitive player. She is survived by one son, Cliff (Sharon) Irvine of Lethbridge; one daughter, Joyce Marino of Burnaby, BC; six grandchildren: Shelley Irvine of Ottawa, ON, Diane Mark and Todd Irvine of Lethbridge, Lori Manno of Burnaby. BC, Teresa (Cameron) Willms of Coqurtlam, BC, Cathy (Jim) Birch-more of Maple Ridge, BC; two great grandchildren: Jaime Mark of Lethbndge and Karli Willms of Coqurtlam, BC; and one brother, William C. Derraugh of Etobicoko, Ontario. Besides her loving husband, Clifford Stanley, who passed away in 1964.

Myra was predeceased by one sister, Etta; and two brothers: Victor and Herb. The Funeral Service will be held from McKAGUE'S FUNERAL CHAPELS on Wednesday, March 17th, 1993 at 2:00 p.m. with Rev. Jack Carr officiating. Interment will follow in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, Saskatoon, SK.

Guest parking directly south of McK-ague's Funeral Chapels (3rd Ave. and 20th Street. 664-3131.) McCRIMMON The death of Mrs. Eva Cath-leen McCnmmon, age 79 years, of Plenty. SK, occurred in the Dodsland Union Hospital on March 15, 1993.

The Funeral Service will be held on Wednesday, March 17, 1993 at 2:00 p.m. from the Plenty United Church conducted by Rev. Harold Benjamin. Surviving are one son, Byron and Faye McCnmmon of Plenty, SK; one daughter, Beverley and Ralph Parsons of Edmonton. AB; three grandsons.

Brad and Maureen McCnmmon of Detroit, Kelly and Terry McCnmmon of Brandon, MB and Lindsay Parsons of Edmonton; three great grandchildren, Chelsea and Micky McCnmmon of Brandon and Carlm McCnmmon of Detroit; and three sisters. Anne Sieben of St. Albert. AB, Kathy Watchell of Deivil, SK and Agnes Witroney of Saskatoon, SK; and numerous nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband.

Angus; and daughter, Sharon; and seven brothers. Donations to the Cancer Society will be gratefully received by the family. Cremation with interment of Cre-mains in the Plenty Cemetery. CLEMENTS ROSETOWN FUNERAL HOME in care of the arrangements. WE A SASKATOON Mainly sunny.

Winds northwest at 30 kmh. High minus 10. Wind-chill 1600. Low minus 20. Wednesday, mainly sunny.

High minus 7. Probability of precipitation, 10 per cent today and Wednesday. SYNOPSIS Colder air combined with the winds will raise windchill values to the 1700 to 2000 range. Temperatures will be slow to recover today in spite of some sunshine. In northern Saskatchewan, a weak disturbance ill bring some snow to all regions overnight.

Brisk northwest winds will return colder and drier air to the northern areas by this morning. Very high windchill values will accompany the colder outbreak. PROVINCIAL FORECAST" Regina: Sunnv with morning cloudy periods. Vinds northwest at 30 kmh. High minus 12.

Low minus 20. Windchill 1600. Wednesday, mainly sunny. High minus 7. Probability of precipitation, 10 per cent today and Wednesday.

Last Mountain, W'ascana, Moose Jaw, Assiniboia: Sunny with morning cloudy periods. Winds northwest at 30 kmh. Highs minus 12. Lows minus 20. Windchill 1600.

Wednesday, mainly sunny. Highs minus 7. Probability of precipitation, 10 per cent today and Wednesday. Moose Mountain, W'eyburn: Goudy with afternoon sunny periods. Winds northwest at 30' kmh.

Highs minus 10. Lows minus 20. Windchill 1600. Wednesday, mainly sunnv. Highs minus 7.

Probability or precipitation, 10 per cent today and Wednesday. Cypress Hills, Swift Current, I He St. his of In be The Accu-Weatherforecast for noon, Tuesday, March 16 THER WA TCH rtT with high and low temperatures for cities. wun nign ana low temperatures ior uiues. d-TCoid Pressure Stationary (R) Hl9h Pre5sure yV-A.

SlW.UccuAWa.hcr.lnc. i ChuTchilk Goose Bay A i-. r14'-23 AU1. V.ki.U rv 33h 1 Thunder Bay, Jf Lwinnipeg -7-27 1 Sudbury tLVA v-e SaultStTMarieAjft rf-V, Mm the south, minus 4 in the north. Newfoundland: Sunny periods.

Isolated flurries. Highs minus 12 to minus 6. Labrador: Mainly sunny. Highs minus 20 to minus 15. Provincial Temperatures Low, high, prwlp.

I in mm I in past 24 hour. But. Narrows 31 15 0 Nipawin -IS -8 0 Es'evan -I? 4 16 N. Battleford 9 0 Hudson Bay -10 1 0 Prince Albert Tr Kindersley -14 4 I 2 Regina 13 -4 4 6 Meadow Lake-16 9 7r Current 14 5 2 Moose Jaw -II -6 5.6 Walrous 10 -7 0 Yorkton -10 -5 Tr Wvnvard II 0 For the Record Monday's Temperatures Low -13 High -8 Today's Normals Low High Y-W 5 )y 1JYellOWknife TqL Edmonton -13-22 Vancouver -13-21 a. Honolulu Phoenu 1 I 2719 2916 i Kindersley: Sunny with occasional cloudy periods.

Winds northwest at 30 kmh diminishing during the day. Highs minus 10. Lows minus 20. Wednesday, mainly sunny. Highs minus 7.

Probability of precipitation, 10 per cent today and Wednesday. Dundurn, Rosthern, Battle-fords, Meadow Lake, Prince Albert, Hudson Bay, Quill Lakes, Yorkton: Mainly sunny. Winds northwest at 30 kmh. Highs minus 10, except minus 13 in the Quill Lakes, Yorkton and Hudson Bay regions. Windchill 1600.

Lows minus 20. Wednesday, mainly sunny. Highs minus 7. Probability of precipitation, 10 per cent today and Wednesday. Last Mountain, Wascana, Moose Jaw, Assiniboia: Sunny with morning cloudy periods.

Winds northwest at 30 kmh. Highs minus 12. Lows minus 20. Windchill 1600. Wednesday, mainly sunny.

Highs minus 7. Probability of precipitation, 10 per cent today and Wednesday. Moose Mountain, W'eyburn: Cloudy with afternoon sunny periods. Winds northwest at 30 kmh. Highs minus 10.

Lows minus 20. Windchill 1600. Wednesday, mainly sunnv. Highs minus 7. Probability of precipitation, 10 per cent today and Wednesday EXTENDED FORECAST Extended forecasts for Thursday and Friday: Southern Grainbelt: Thursday, mainly sunny.

Lows minus 20. Highs minus 3. Friday, mainly sunny. Lows minus 11. Highs minus 5.

Parkland-Churchill River: Thursday, mainly sunny. Lows minus 20. Highs minus 5. Friday, mainly sunny Lows minus 16. Wachinfitnn ti il Miami 1 2218.

Saskatoon region for 24-hour period ending 9 a.m. Monday: .1 This month: .6 This year: 6.6 Below norm for month: 9. 47 Below norm for year: 47.97 Monday wind measurement at 9 a.m.: 33.6 Average: 20.6 Maximum: 53.77 Sunshine: 7.5 hrs. Humidity: 80'c Continental Temperatures (CP) Atlanta 1 8 os Anqi'li 12 20 Bismarck -14 10 Minneapolis 13 2 Boise 3 II New Orleans I Boston II 2 New York .10 2 Chicago II 8 San Francisco 13 '8 Dallas 8 14 St. Louis -4 is Denver 2 15 Tampa 2 16 Detroit IS I Tucson 9 26 Houston 8 18 Washington 9 I.

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