Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada on December 19, 1994 · 38
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CLASSIFIED The StarPhoenix Monday, December 19, 1994 D SECTION PHONE 653-2100 Saskatchewan Residents Toll Free 1-800-667-6979 Lyle Sinkewlci Steven Gibb Wilt Poporf Sarath Peiris Greg McLean Glen Houle Larry Funk Craig Peterson Rose Freeze Wayne Wohlberg Gail Kukurudza Eldon Amundson Direct dial numbers for: Switchboard 652-9200 Editorial 664-8231 Circulation 664-8320 Classified 653-2100 Display 664-8340 Subscription Rates: Home delivery In Saskatoon $10.75 per month for dally service, $2.00 per week for Friday and Saturday service when prepaid. Mail rates In Canada $33.00 per month, U.S.A. and Foreign $59.20 per month. Rural inquiries may phone 1-800-667-2008. 204 5th Ave. N. Saskatoon, Sask. S7K 2P1. DEATHS 1000 CARR The passing of Mr. Robert Samuel Carr, age 88 years of Saskatoon, occurred at City Hospital on Thursday, December 15, 1994. The Memorial Service will be held on Tuesday, December 20 at 1:00 p.m. conducted by Pastor Jim Tyler from Elim Taberna-.cle, 3718-8th Street East. Surviving are his wife, Ethel; two nieces and three nephews; and numerous cousins. He was predeceased by his first wife, Bertha Hubley; one brother, Raymond; four sisters, Helen, Lucy, Jeanette and Muriel in infancy. The late Mr. Carr was born in North Bay, ON on March 30, 1906. He came to the Leney district with his parents in 1916. Later he was employed with the Postal Service, where he worked all of his life. Robert married Ethel Beaudette in December of 1989. In lieu of flowers, Memorial donations may be made to the Canadian Diabetic Association, 104-2301 Avenue C North, Saskatoon, S7L 5Z5 or to the CNIB, 1705 McK-ercher Drive, Saskatoon, S7H 5E2. Cremation. Interment will take place in the Garden of Gethsemane, Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Arrangements are in care of PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL. WEBBER Margaret Nettie (nee Hein), age 90 years, passed away peacefully at City hospital on December 16, 1994. The Funeral Service will be held at Park Funeral Chapel, 311 Third Avenue North, on Monday, December 19th at 10:00 A.M., officiated by Rev. Vernon Winter. Surviving are her daughters, Erna (Hobart) Peters of Ottawa, ON, Erva Fells of Yellowknife, NT, Helen Loucks of Moose Jaw, SK; son, Melvin (Shirley) of Delisle, SK; fifteen grandchildren, seventeen great grandchildren and one great great grandchild. She is also survived by two sisters, Irma Carkner, Angaila Kaufeldt and one sister-in-law, Irma Hein, all of Ontario. She was predeceased by her husband, Earnest Webber who died on November 29, 1965; her brother, Joe Hein and four sisters, Martha Beckett, Elsie Felhaber, Mildred Paul and Wilma Weber; one son-in-law, Reth-wisch Fells and one granddaughter, Elizabeth Fells. "Grandma" Webber (as she was known to everyone In Delisle) was born at Lyndoch Township, Ontario on May 15, 1904. She married Earnest Webber on February 25, 1925 and moved out West to a farm in the Avorv dale-Woodlawn district, eight miles Northwest of Delisle. There she worked side by side with her husband Earnest raising four children through the harsh years that followed. She was a member of Avondale Baptist Church, later transferring to Asquith Baptist Church. They retired from the farm and moved to Delisle In 1961. There Grandma poured her energy Into the yard and garden. She had a "green thumb" and she loved anything that grew. There was always a new variety of flowers to be tried. Her greatest love was her family, especially her grandchildren. She extended her love beyond her family to her neighbor's and friend's children, as well, that everyone referred to her as "Grandma". At the age of 90 years, she has lived a long and full life. We cherish her memory and will love her always. The Honorary Pallbearers are all who knew her and shared in her life. The Active Pallbearers are George Orchard, Earle Wood, Morris Gessell, Frank Hill, Don Hill and Barry "Doc" Levinton. In lieu of flowers, Memorial donations may be made to: The Arthritis Soci-' ety, 2078 Halifax Street, Regina, SK, S4P 1T7 or the Saskatoon City Hospital Foundation, 701 Queen Street, Saskatoon, SK, S7K 0M7 or a charity of the donor's choice. Arrangements are In care of PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL. 6 By Environment Canada SASKATOON Today, morning cloud. Becoming sunny. High minus 5. Chance of precipitation 20 per cent. Low tonight minus 11. Tuesday, mainly sunny. High minus 1. Chance of precipitation 10 per cent. SYNOPSIS To begin the work week, skies should clear from the West today and remain sunny for Tuesday. Above normal temperatures will 'persist. FORECASTS ft t ' .J f , j WEATHER ?!v:-W-&.W Regina: Today, cloudy. Clearing in the afternoon. Wind moderate. High minus 2. Chance of precipitation 30 per cent. Low tonight mi nus 11. Tuesday, mainly sunny. High zero. Chance of precipitation 10 per cent Moose Jaw: Today, morning cloud. Becoming sunny. Wind moderate. High near zero. Chance of precipitation 20 per cent. Low tonight minus 10. Tuesday, mainly sunny. High 3. Chance of precipitation 10 per cent. Prince Albert: Today, cloudy. Chance of flurries. Clearing in the afternoon. High minus 7. Chance of precipitation 40 per cent. Low tonight minus 16. Tuesday, mainly sunny. High minus 5. Chance of precipitation 10 per cent Dundurn, Rosthern, Battleford regions: Today, morning cloud. Becoming sunny. Wind southwest 20 kmh. High minus 5. Chance of precipitation 20 per cent. Low tonight minus 11. Tuesday, mainly sunny. High minus 1. Chance of precipitation 10 per cent. Last Mountain, Wascana. Wey- The StarPhoenix Helpful Executive Vice-President Editor Associate Editor Managing Editor Advertising Director Production Manager Press Production Manager Pre-Presa Promotions Manager Stall Development Manager Circulation Manager Human Resources Manager Controller DEATHS 1000 SCHRYVERS Arnold Schryvers passed away peacefully on Friday, December 16, 1994 at Sherbrooke Community Centre. The Vigil of Prayer will take place Tuesday evening at 7:30 p.m. at St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church and the Funeral Liturgy will be held on Wednesday, December 21st at 10:00 a.m. at St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church (535 8th Street) celebrated by Rev. Fr. Halbauer and Rev. Fr. Switallo. Friends are invited to join the family for a reception at the W.A. Edwards Family Centre following the service (4th Ave. and 25th St). Mr. Schryvers is survived by: his loving wife Wilhelmina; and five children, Paul (Karin) Copper and their children Pia and Lu-cina (Frank) and greatgrandson Asher all of Sudbury; Hugo Copper' and friend Diana of Winnipeg; Arnie (Orpha) of Winnipeg; Tine (Wayne Breiland) and their children Cole, Clay and Takara of Thunder Bay; and Anthony (Elma) and their children Michael, David and Peter of Calgary. He is also survived by his sister let Schut of Amsterdam Holland and many nieces, nephews and other relatives. He was predeceased by his parents and brother Anthony. Arnold was born in Amsterdam on September 14, 1910 where he took his schooling and spent his early years. He entered theim-port-export business and was posted to Indonesia. In the year 1941 during WWII he was placed in a Japanese forced labour prison camp to work on the Burma Road and Railway for three and a half years. After the war he worked as a liaison officer and returned to Holland for a short time prior to being reassigned to Indonesia. In 1947 Arnold married Wilhelmina de Kan. She joined him later in Indonesia with her two sons Paul and Hugo. In 1950, due to the political situation, the family with their new son Arnie returned to Holland and one year later came to Canada to settle In Saskatoon. Arnold worked with Hazen Twiss Stationers and Federated Co-op, prior to joining the Mckercher Law Firm as an account manager where he remained until his retirement in 1975. Arnold and Wilhelmina raised their family including two more children Tine and Anthony in this community. Arnold was a founding member of the Netherlands Canada society. He served as treasurer and participated in the activities for many years. He was also a long time member of St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church. Arnold enjoyed outdoor activities and competitive sports. He was an avid tennis player and accomplished soccer player and enjoyed the time he spent teaching his children and grandchildren the sport. At the age of 65 he took up cross country skiing, a winter activity he and Wilhelmina enjoyed for a number of years. Arnold also enjoyed the many trips taken to Europe, Mexico, and Cuba after his retirement. He also made numerous trips by auto with Wilhelmina to visit and spend time with their children and grandchildren, Arnold particularly enjoyed the time he spent with his family. He will be sadly missed and fondly remembered by his loving family, friends and associates. In lieu of flowers Memorial donations made to the charity of one's choice would be appreciated by the family. Arrangements have been entrusted to SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME. ROMANCHYCH The passing of Alex Ro-manchych of Saskatoon, SK, occurred Saturday, December 17, 1994 at his residence, Eventide Home, at age 72 years. Alex was born In St. Julien district, Saskatchewan on March 24, 1922, where he was raised and then farmed until retirement. Surviving are his sisters, Olga Symchych of Vancouver, BC, Polly Dziadyk, of Saskatoon, SK and Katie Ba-zowski of Rosthern, SK and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. Alex was predeceased by his parents, brother, John and sister, Anne Kozak. He will be sadly missed and fondly remembered by his family and friends. The family would like to express its appreciation to the staff of the Eventide Senior Citizens Home for their kindness and special care of Alex. The Funeral Service will be held on Tuesday, December 20, 1994 at 10:00 a.m. from Park Funeral Chapel, 311 Third Avenue North, officiated by Major Travis Wagner. Interment will take place in Woodlawn Orthodox Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, Memorial donations may be made to the Salvation Army Eventide Home for Senior Citizens, 2221 Adelaide Street East, Saskatoon, SK, S7J 0J6. Arrangments are in care of PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL. (Courtesy parking is available directly South of the Chapel.) burn, Moose Mountain regions: Today, cloudy. Clearing in the afternoon. Wind westerly 20 kmh. High minus 2. Chance of precipitation 30 per cent. Low tonight minus 11. Tuesday, mainly sunny. High zero. Chance of precipitation 10 per cent. Moose Jaw, Assiniboia regions: Today, morning cloud. Becoming sunny. Wind southwest 30. High near zero. Chance of precipitation 20 per cent. Low tonight minus 10. Tuesday, mainly sunny. High 3. Chance of precipitation 10 per cent. Kindersley region: Today, becoming sunny in the morning. Wind southwest 30 kmh. High minus 2. Chance of precipitation 20 per cent Low tonight minus 11. Tuesday, mainly sunny. High near zero. Chance of precipitation 10 per cent. Meadow Lake: Today, cloudy. Chance of flurries. Clearing in the afternoon. Wind southwest 20 kmh. High minus 7. Chance of precipitation 40 per cent. Low tonight minus 16. Tuesday, mainly sunny. High minus 5. Chance of precipitation 10 per cent. Quill Lakes, Hudson Bay, York-ton regions: Today, cloudy. Clearing late in the day. Wind southwest 30. High minus 5. Chance of precipitation 30 per cent. Low tonight minus 11. Tuesday, mainly sunny. High minus 2. Chance of precipitation 10 per cent. Swift Current, Cypress Hills regions: Today, becoming sunny in the morning. Wind west 40. High 3. Chance of precipitation 10 per cent. Low tonight minus 10. Tuesday, mainly sunny. High 5. Chance of precipitation 10 per cent. 1000 ft r . , jft i BOWEN The death of L.O. Joe Bowen of Saskatoon occurred at City Hospital Saturday, December 17, 1994 at the age of 74 years. He leaves to mourn his passing his wife Kathleen, his children Brad (Dena) Bowen of Spar-wood, BC, Darryl (Lorraine) Bowen of Prince Albert, Charlene (Fred) Donald of North Battle-ford, his daughter-in-law Dianne Bowen of Rosetown, ten grandchildren, Devery and Chad Bowen of Sparwood, BC, Robert and Michelle Bowen of Rosetown, Michael, Jennifer, Angela, and Matthew Bowen of Prince Albert, Dwayne and Jordana Donald of North Battleford, a brother Bill of Campbell River, BC, and a sister Dauna (Gordon) Auchstaetter of Saskatoon. He was predeceased by his parents and a son Bob, a sister Norma and brother Ross. Joe was born in Wynyard, SK, where he attended school and later married Kathleen Reynolds. He was active during W. W. II serving from 1942 to 1946. Joe was employed for many years as a lineman and district operator for Sask Power, retiring in 1979. He enjoyed woodworking, fishing and hunting and especially spending time in the summer at Fishing Lake. A Service of Remembrance will be heldat 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, December 20, 1994, at Westwood Funeral Chapel, Ave. N. and 20th St. West, conducted by Rev. S. Dingwall. A Legion Committal Service will take place in the Rosetown Cemetery, Tuesday, December 20, at 3.00 p.m. Arrangements and cremation are in care of WESTWOOD FUNERAL CHAPEL (653-3434). FISHER Patrick Allen Fisher of Saskatoon, son of Lavin and Chris Fisher of Yorkton passed away suddenly on Thursday, December 15, 1994 following an industrial accident at the Cluff Lake Mine. He was 42 years of age. Pat was predeceased by his paternal grandparents, Joe and Edith Fisher; his maternal grandparents, George and Janet Gilbert. Pat leaves to mourn his passing and celebrate his life: his parents, Christina and Alvin Fisher of Yorkton; his children, Michelle and Patrlc of Calgary, Alberta; sister, Linda Vallentgoed and her husband, Lyle and their son, Trevor of Drayton Valley, Alberta; many uncles, aunts and cousins. Memorial services will be held Tuesday, December 20, 1994 at 2:00 p.m. from Christie-Hill Funeral Chapel in Yorkton. Interment of Pat's ashes will follow at a later date. Friends so wishing in Pat's memory may make Memorial donations to the Building Fund of Holy Trinity Anglican Church in Yorkton or the charity of your choice as tokens of remembrance. Funeral arrangements are entrusted to the CHRISTIE-HILL FUNERAL CHAPEL of Yorkton. TWORKOWSKI The death of William Joseph Tworkowski, age 76 years of Saskatoon, occurred in a local hospital on Sunday, December 18, 1994. The Funeral Liturgy will be held on Wednesday, December 21st at 10:00 A.M. from the Chapel of Saskatoon Funeral Home, corner of 4th Avenue and 25th Street, conducted by Rev. Fr. Bradford Bodnarchuk. The Vigil of Prayer will be held on Tuesday, December 20th at 7:00 p.m. from the Chapel of Saskatoon Funeral Home. Memorial donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Saskatchewan, 279 Third Ave. N., Saskatoon, SK, S7K2H8will be appreciated in lieu of flowers. Surviving are; his son Bernard (Lois) and their children, Crystal and Coralie of Regina; his daughter, Bernice (Jim) Jendruck and their son Shayne of Saskatoon and several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his wife Irene, his daughter Sharon, his parents, Joseph and Maria, brother Alexander and sister Anna in Infancy; brother Peter in 1962 and sister Pearl in 1978. Bill farmed in the Meacham district until moving to Saskatoon in 1949. He was employed with Palm Dairies for 20 years and the Co-op Creameries until his retirement in 1980. The Interment will follow in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Funeral Service arrangements have been entrusted to the SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME. DEATHS k v : f l -; J i - ' V WATCH BORDERS Alberta: Light snow in the north. High minus 10. Cloudy periods in central areas. High near zero. Mainly sunny in the south. High near 10. Manitoba: South, mainly cloudy with isolated flurries. High near minus 1. Central, mainly cloudy with isolated flurries. High minus 6 to minus 10. North, mainly sunny. High minus 16. ACROSS CANADA British Columbia: Coastal, north, mainly cloudy with a few showers. Snowshowers inland. Highs 8 on the coast to 1 inland. South, rain at times heavy. Windy. Highs 12 near the water to 3 inland. Interior, periods of rain with snow at higher elevations over eastern sections otherwise scattered showers with flurries across the north. Highs from 5 in the southwest to minus 5 in the Peace. Ontario: South, a mix of sun and cloud with highs minus 2 to 2. Central, some early sunshine then becoming cloudy with snow developing western districts. High near minus 5. North, partly cloudy eastern regions with highs minus 5 to minus 10. Occasional snow or flurries western regions with highs zero to minus 8. Quebec: North, mostly cloudy with a slight chance of flurries east. Variable cloudiness west. Highs minus 8 to minus 15. South, snow and blowing snow far east. Cloudy with breaks and chance of flurries east. Partly sunny west. Highs minus 2 to minus 5, New Brunswick: Cloudy with flurries north. Snow south. Highs minus 3 to zero. DEATHS 10OO DOELL We all called her Dina and "Dina" will always mean love of life, love of laughter, love of family. She battled courageously with Cancer, but God took her to his home on December 17, 1994. Survived by her loving family: husband, Henry; daughter, Cheryl (Dave) Duchscher of Saskatoon, SK; son, Bud (Eva) Doell of Halifax, NS; daughter, Candace (Jim) Cummins of Montreal, PQ; and grandchildren, Gillian and Mitchell Doell and Taylor Cummins. Dina's enjoyments in life included her grandchildren, love of travel and spending many hours at the cabin. Dina also had many talents, including being a whiz at sewing and cooking, however her oustanding gift was her ability to love and care for her family and all who knew her. Cremation. Vigil of Prayer will be held on Monday, December 19, 1994 at 7:00 p.m. from Park Funeral Chapel, 311 Third Avenue North. Courtesy parking is available directly South of the Chapel. The Funeral Liturgy, celebrated by Rev. Fr. Don Hamel, will be held on Tuesday, December 20, 1994 at 1:30 p.m. from St. Anne's Roman Catholic Church, 217 Lenore Drive. It was Dina's wish that her ashes be scattered at the lake. In lieu of flowers, Memorial donations may be made to the donor's favorite charity or to the Palliative Care Unit, co St. Paul's Hospital, 1702 20th Street West, Saskatoon, SK, S7M 0Z9. Arrangements are in care of PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL. STANICHUK The death of Gilbert (Stan) occurred at City Hospital on Saturday, December 17, 1994, four days short of his 63rd birthday. He leaves to mourn: his loving wife, Arietta; one son, Kevin (Laura) of Toronto; and one daughter, Sandra (Ron) of Saskatoon. Also, his mother, Ann of Calgary; one brother, Clifford of Calgary; sister-in-law, Adenline (Jim); three brothers-in-law, Bernard (Margaret), Denis, Alfred; and aunts and uncles. Gilbert joined the Air Force in 1950, traveling throughout Europe and Canada. He retired in 1978 and started working at the Allen Potash Mine, where he worked till 1992. He enjoyed spending time with his family and loved to play golf with friends. A Memorial Service will be held at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens Chapel, East on 8th Street, Old 11 Highway, on Tuesday, December 20, 1994 at 1:30 p.m., conducted by Rev. N. Stewart Dingwall. Immediately following the Interment in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, lunch will be served in Park Funeral Chapel's Family Centre, 311 Third Avenue North. In lieu of flowers, Memorial donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, 438 2nd Avenue North, Saskatoon, SK, S7K 2C3. Arrangements are in care of PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL. (Courtesy parking Is available directly South of the Chapel .) ' t' ' ; v . ... 7 v i t . H 1 ' " , I &, J'X J i li f ' N-'if The Accu-Weather forecast for noon, Monday, December 19 . witn mgn ana low Honolulu 2821 Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island: Snow at times heavy mixed with freezing rain over eastern Nova Scotia. Becoming windy. High near zero. For the Record Temperatures Low -15 High -7 Today's Normals Low -19.2 High -9.4 Today's Records High 8.9 set in 1923 Low -39.9 set in 1989 A year ago today: Low -14 High -2 Moon New, Jan. 1 First, Jan. 8 Full, Jan. 16 Last, Dec. 25 Sun Rose today 8:13 Sets 5:28 . VJ. Cgclrslnnn 7 j!T:. .!. w1 ft V Thunder Bay Quebec k7 -2M1 I .1.8 e....!.. -4-9 I- y iiiiiijcy - auuuuiy Vy V-v '-3-11 V3-8 Ottawa a San Francisco (w '" T I 136 Denver fltJ ft 13-4 (H) 1000 HILL It is with great sadness that the family announces the passing of Allison Page Hill at Woodingford Lodge Woodstock on Friday, December 16th, 1994 in his 90th year. Beloved husband of Jessie A. Hill (nee Borland). Dear father of Sandra Young and her husband George of Montreal, and Linda Szasz and her husband John of Woodstock. Loved grandfather of Bruce Young and his wife Deirdre, Alison and Catherine Young. Andrew Szasz and his wife Tina, Dave and Adrienne Szasz. Dear brother to Gordon Hill and his wife Jean of London, and Marjorie Hill and her husband Hal of Halifax. Loved Uncle of Kerry and his wife Ar-dath, Jim, Bill, Ken, Ross, Doug and Bruce. Predeceased by a brother Earl. There will be no Funeral Home visitation. Funeral Service will be held at the Knox Presbyterian Chruch, Woodstock, Tuesday, December 20th at 1:30 pm with Rev. Jan Mclntyre officiating. Creama-tion to follow. Contributions to the Salvation Army may be arranged through the R.D. LONGWORTH FUNERAL HOME, Woodstock, Ontario (519) 539831. FUNERALS 1003 MURRAY The Funeral Service for Mr. W. Randolph Murray who died on Tuesday, December 13, 1994 was held from McKague's Funeral Chapels on Saturday, December 17, 1994 at 10:30 a.m. conducted by Rev. Dr. Alan Minarcik. The Eulogy was said by Al Taylor. The Organist was Gwen Dingwall. The Soloist was Betty Wensley. The Pallbearers were: Bill Rayner, Bill Young, Don Newbigging, Selby Ogle, Al Taylor and Stephen Shih. Interment took place in Woodlawn Cemetery, Saskatoon, SK. McKAGUE'S FUNERAL CHAPELS were in care of the arrangements. (664-3131). FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1007 PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL GREG M. LALACH & DAVID J. SCHURR 3U3RDAVE.NO. 244-2103 WESTWOOD FUNERAL CHAPEL Rae J. Murdock 653-3434, 20th St. & Ave. N. DALMENY FUNERAL HOME Gerald Funk 254-2022 - Dalmeny. Sask. McKAGUE'S FUNERAL CHAPELS ROBERT McKAGUE -JOEMOYNHAM Phone 664-3131 - 300 3rd Ave. S. MARTENS WARMAN FUNERAL HOME John Martens, 934-4888. Warman, SK. ACADIA DRIVE McKague's Funeral Chapel 9551600 John Schachtel 915 Acadia Dr. SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME W. Arnold Edwards. Don Sheppard Ph. 244-5577 338 4th Ave. North CREMATORIUMS 1020 HILLCREST MEMORIAL GARDENS & CREMATORIUM . The leading cemetery of all larths for over 40 years. Arrangements in Memorial & Cremation Services, Cemetery. Upnght Monuments, Niche Columbanums 477-2236. PRAIRIE VIEW CREMATORIUM Memorial and Cremation Services. Highway 11 South 242-7884 Box 2061 MONUMENTS 1030 MID-WEST MEMORIALS LIMITED 9-1527 Ontano Ave. 242-2111 IN MEMORIAM 1060 PRYSTUPA Steve. In loving memory of our dad who passed away December 19, 1992. Beside your grave I often stand With heart both crushed and sore. Silent till the sweet words come, "Not lost, but gone before." God knows how much I miss you! He counts the tears I shed. And whispers, "He only waits, Your loved one is not dead." So we'll go on, dear Dad. And pray to God each day, j And when he calls me home to you, Your smile will guide the way. Forever loved, always remembered, never forgotten, love always, MarteneandBob. WESTMAN In loving memory of a dear father, grandfather and great-grandfather, George, who passed away December 19, 1977. So many things have happened Since you were called away So many things to share with you Had you been left to stay. So many times we needed you So many times we cried. If love could have saved you You never would have died, it broke our hearts to lose you. But you did not go alone... For part of us went with you The day God called you home. Lovingly remembered and sadly missed by his daughter Sue, granddaughters Shan and Stacie and great granddaughter Sharidyne. BRAYSHAW In loving memory of Alissa Loraine. a dear granddaughter & niece who passed away December 19,1988. - Those we love don't go away, They walk beside us every day. Unseen, unheard, but always near, Still loved, stilled missed and very dear. Love grandpa & grandma Fernuik: great-grandma Bogucki: aunt Peggy, uncle Bob & aunt Sharon. temperatures tor cities, Chicago J Of-1 Provincial Temperatures I, oh. hitih, piwip. tin mm.) in pust '.'4 hours. DEATHS Eslevan 2 -11 Nipawm -15 -8 Hudson Bay -20 -6 N Battleford -15 -10 Kindersley -5 3 Pnnce Albert -16 -7 URonge -18 -11 Regina na na Uoydmmster -14 -8 Saskatoon -15 -7 Meadow Lake -18 -9 Swiff Current na na Moose Jaw 7 -2 Watrous -16 -3 National Temperatures Calgary -8 9 Quebec -2 t Charlottelown -10 0 SI. John's NHdji -1 2 Churchill -28 -25 Thunder Bay -10 -3 Edmonton -11 1 Toronto na na Halifax -7 2 Vancouver 7 10 Jasper -3 2 Victoria 7 10 Montreal na 3 Whitehorse -17 -7 Ottawa 0 2 Winnipeg -20 -7 Pnnce Rupert 5 7 Yellowknife -26 -18 IN ME MORI AM 1060 i unuv iw in umi iginciiiury 01 uur urdf rnuinci wriu passed away December 19th, 1993. As t hetd you in my arms, My heart was tilted with sorrow. As I saw you slowty leaving. And t knew I coutd do no more. In my tears I saw you go. And I watched you tade away. Oh, how my heart was broken, When you left me on that dav. For those of you who have a Mom, Chensh her with care. For you 'tl never know the heartache You U have, til) she's no longer there. Always in our hearts and minds, greatly missed by your daughter Rose and son Rick. TURUCZ-Eva God Grandma. I miss you every day But you're arways m my heart and m my mind. May the angels watch over you Till we ail meet again. Love vour God Granddaughter, Shayla. BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS 1071 JACKLE Ken and Phillane are thrilled to announce the birth of their daughter. Tiara Grace, bom on Sunday. November 27th. 1994 at 5:20 p.m.. weighing 7 lbs. 8 oz. and measuring 20 in. Proud Grandparents are: Harold and Irene Jackie of Fox Valley and John and Vi Paluck of Yorkton. Tiara also has a special Great-Grandmother, Sidonia Wenzel at Leader. Special thanks to Dr. Monica Hill. Dr. Betsy Brydon, ' the nurses in Delivery and Post-Partum and the rest of the staff at Royal University Hospital in Tiara'scare. COMING EVENTS 1079 SENIORS CITIZEN'S CENTRE, 614 11th St. E. Dance Nights: Dec. 14 Smith's Melody Men, Dec. 21 Willow Creek, Dec. 28 - dance cancelled, Jan. 4 Rhythmaires, Jan. -11 - Silver Springs, Jan. 18 Lockwood. Jan. 25 Country -Beat. 8-11 pm. Everyone welcome. 652 9766 or 6530194 TRAVEL 1091 WANTED: ride to or near Fort Francis. Ontano. must have room for a toy poodle & luggage. Please call 244-4806. FOUND SNO IN Saskatchewan! A couple of cabinsaccommodations for New Years still available in THE SNO BELT. ,' Call for accommodations andor snowmobile rental reser- -vations at Sno Cruise. Phone 9750104 BAHAMA CRUISE & Florida Escape. Call 931 2862. LOST AND FOUND 1101 FOUND: GM Car kevs on leather strap, found in parking lot at 8th & Clarence Ave. on Thurs. Dec. 15th. Ph. 3430305. FOUND: FRIENDLY large orange tomcat. University area. Phone244-6029or244-5817. LOST: moved Westmount, neutered orange tabby, has 6 toes, may have gone back to City Park. Reward. 653-5903. FOUND: Area rug near Circle Park Mall , must identify. Phone 242 2464 evenings. STOLEN: Ladies Seiko Quartz watch with handmade silver -& gold overlay band. Wild Rose design. Engraved. Great ' sentimental value. Substantial reward offered for safe return. Phone 665-3519 days. NOTICES 1180 NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the matter of the Estate of FREDERICK, JAMES CURTHS late of SASKATOON, in the province of Saskatchewan, SELF-EMPLOYED, 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 January 3, 1995. CO-OPERATIVE TRUST COMPANY OF CANADA Co-Executor 333 - 3rd Avenue North SASKATOON, Saskatchewan S7K 2M2 Re: Application for Caebatr-houifift flaes 'A' I (f Liquor and .... Authonty provisions of The """ Alcohol and Gaming Regulation Act) (Section 44(2) (f)). Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has applied to The Liquor and Gaming Authority for a license to sell beverage alcohol in premises known as St. Paul's Restaurant at Saskatoon of which the following is a correct legal description. 1530 20th Street West Plan FV Block 25 Lot 17 Dated at Saskatoon. Saskatchewan this 10th day of December 1994. f4n Norma riausen Signature of Applicant HAPPY DAYS 1210 HAPPY BIRTHDAY HUN HANDSOME AS EVER ALL MY LOVE P. 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