Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada on July 29, 1994 · 19
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CLASS The StarPhoenix Friday, July 29, 1994 4 PHONE: 653-2100 j. Saskatchewan Residents Toll Free 1-800-667-6979 TheStarPhocnix,, Direct dial numbers for: Switchboard 652-9200 Editorial 664-8231 Circulation 664-8320 Classified 653-2100 Display 664-8340 Lyle Slnkewka Steven K. Gibb Wllf Popoff Sarath Peirts Greg McLean Glen Houle Wayne Wohlber g Paul Martin Gail Kukurudza Eldon Amundson Executive Vice-President Editor Associate Editor Managing Editor Advertising Director Production Manager Circulation manager New Product Manager Human Resources Uanagtr Controller Subscription Ratea: Home delivery in Saskatoon $10.50 per month (or dally service, $2.00 per week tor Friday and Saturday only service. Mail rates in Canada $33.00 per month, U.S.A. and Foreign $59.20 per month. Rural Inquiriea may phone 1-800-667-2008. 204 5th Ave. N. Saskatoon, Sask. S7K 2P1. DEATHS 1000 BARANIECKI Mary Baraniecki passed away peacefully surrounded by family at St. Paul's Hospital, in Saskatoon, SK on Tuesday, July 26, 1994 at the age of 78 years. Mary was born in Asquith, SK on October 4, 1915. She married Peter Baraniecki In 1936 and they had five children. Mary was a loving mother, grandmother and great grandmother. She en joyed baking, gardening and visiting with her grandchildren who were the great joy in her life. Mary is survived by her loving husband, Peter; her twin daughters, Christine Pawluk (special friend, Ed) of Saskatoon, SK, Wasylin (Kazimer) lucyshyn of MacDowall, SK, Berna- dette (Marcel Leuschen of Martensville, SK; and one son, John (Alice) of Creston, BC. She is also survived by 24 grandchildren and 39 great grandchildren. She was predeceased by her parents; Steven and Ann; one son, Gerard one grandson, Joseph; and son-in-law, Mike Pawluk; her brothers, George and baby Paul; and sister, Kay Bowkowy. Prayers will be said on Friday, July 29, 1994 at 7;30 p.m. at Holy Eucharist Ukrainian Catholic Church in Cud- worth. SK. The Funeral Mass will be offered on Saturday. July 30, 1994 at 12:30 at the Holy Eucharist Ukrainian Catholic Church in Cud- worth, SK with Rev. Father Leonard Romanow as celebrant. Interment will follow in the Holy Eucharist Ukrainian Catholic Cemetery, Cud-worth, SK. Cross Bearer will be Deanna Ka- lynluk and Annika Pawluk. Honorary Pallbearers will be all her grandchildren. Active pallbearers will be Victor Pawluk, Bernard Pawluk, Vaughn Leuschen, David Pawluk, Gerard Leuschen, Michael Lucyshyn, Christopher Lucyshyn and Roger Pawluk. Memorial donations to Donor's Choice would be greatly appreciated by the family. The family of the late Mary Baraniecki have placed their trust with SCHARF'S FUNERAL HOME, CudworthHum-boldt.SK. (682-2122). FOXCROFT Iva Elizabeth of Calgaiy. formerly of Macrorie, Saskatchewan, died peacefully on July 27, 1994 in her 90th year. The Funeral Service will be held on Tuesday, August 2nd at 1:00 p.m. in the Chapel of the Saskatoon Funeral Home (338 4th Avenue North) with Reverend W.A. Stevens officiating. Interment will follow at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Iva is survived by her daughter, Anne (Boris) Maduke of Saskatoon; her son, Donovan (Marg) of Calgary; six grandchildren, Shaun, Joe, Jane, David, Robert, Lorrt Anne; five great grandchildren; her sister, Georgina Gilmour and brother. Jack Thompson both of Moose Jaw. She was predeceased by her husband, Bob in 1984 and sisters, Noreine, Anne and Nichola. Prior to her marriage, Iva taught School. She was a keen homemaker and gardener as well as being active in her community. Iva lived her life with zest and spirit. She'll be fondly remembered for her warm hospitality and sense of humor. In lieu of flowers the family would appreciate donations to a charity of one's choice. Arrangements have been entrusted to SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME. MESSMER Jacob (Jack), late of Biggar, SK passed away after a lengthy illness on July 25, 1994 in the Biggar Union Hospital at 76 years of age. Prayers will be held on Thursday, July 28, 1994 at 7:30 p.m. from St. Gabriel's Roman Catholic Church, Biggar, SK. Funeral Services will be held on Friday, July 29, 1994 at 1:30 p.m. from St. Gabriel's Roman Catholic Church with Celebrant Fr. Raymond Senger. Interment will follow in the Biggar Cemetery. Biggar Funeral Home entrusted with arrangements (948-2669). WEATHER WATCH SASKATOON Mainly sunny. High 30. Low 15. Probability of precipitation, 20 per cent. Saturday, sunny. High 32. Probability of precipitation, 10 per cent. SYNOPSIS A weak system over the Meadow Lake region will move slowly in the southeast and into eastern regions today. It will bring with it patchy cloud cover and occasional showers and thundershowers across the northern and northeastern areas of the grain-belt. Temperatures will continue above normal with a return of temperatures in the low to mid 30s expected over southwestern regions. FORECASTS Regina: Mainly sunny. High 30. Low 15. Probability of precipitation, 20 per cent. Saturday, sunny. High 32. Probability of precipitation, 10 per cent. Dundurn, Rosthern, Quill Lakes, Yorkton, Battlefords, Meadow Lake, Prince Albert, Hudson Bay: A few clouds. Chance of an afternoon thunder-shower. Light north winds. Strong drying. Highs 29. Lows 14. Probability of precipitation, 40 per cent. Saturday, mainly sunny. Highs 31. Probability of precipitation, 10 per cent. Last Mountain, Wascana, Wey-burn, Moose Mountain: Mainly sunny. Light variable winds. Strong drying. Highs 30. Lows 15. Probability of precipitation, 20 per cent. Saturday, sunny. Highs 32. Probability of precipitation, 10 per cent. Klndersley: Mainly sunny. Light variable winds. Strong drying. Highs 31. Lows 13. Probability of precipitation, 20 per cent. Saturday, mainly sunny. Chance of a thundershower. Highs 33. Probability of precipitation, 40 1000 HRYTSAK Frank Hrytsak, age 80 of Wakaw, SK, passed away peacefully with his family at his side on Wednesday, July 27 1994. The Divine Liturgy will be held on Mon day, August 1, 1994 at 10:00 a.m. from Sa cred Heart Ukrainian Catholic Church, Wakaw, SK. The Celebrant will be Rev. Father Leonard J. Romanow. Prayers will be held on Sunday, July 31, 1994 at 7:00 p.m. at Park Funeral Chapel, 311 Third Avenue North. Courtesy parking is available directly south of the Chapel. Frank will be remembered by his wife, Albina; his children, Elizabeth (Walter) Kutnl-koff of Wakaw, Sam (Bernice) Hrytsak of Saskatoon, Audrey (John) Matushewski of Saska toon, Nydia (Orest) Pobran of Hafford, Albert (Anne) Hrytsak of Saskatoon, Gloria (Rene) Bilodeau of Victoria, BC, Irene (Cliff ) Arthurs of Saskatoon, Andy (Barb) Hrytsak of Nanaimo, BC, Sonia (Gordon) Miskolczi of Prud'homme, SK, David (Sandra) Hrytsak of Victoria, BC; grandchildren, Murray (Carmel), Connie, Cur tis and Trevor Kutnikoff, Darren (Dawn) and Dean Hrytsak, Bev (Beverley), Brad and Bonita Matushewski, Shelly (Michael) Janostin and Neal Pobran, Anita, Anthony and Amanda Hryt sak, Nicole and Rene Jr. Bilodeau and step grandchildren, Sunny Bilodeau and Noella (Pe ter) Woodman, Shane (Renee), l-ranK, Kussen and James Arthurs, Chelsey and Jenna Hryt sak, Laura and Steve Miskolczi, Ryan and Tara Hrytsak; great-grandchildren, Brett, Rachelle and Conner Matushewski, Kent and Cole Janostin, Mathew and Danielle Arthurs, and step great granddaughter, Ashley Anne wood man. He is further survived by sister, Tilly Ho- bel of Kenaston, SK and twin sister, Frances Pernarowski (Peter) of Blaine Lake, SK; as well as numerous nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by infant son, Frank Jr. (1951); his parents, Andrew (1953) and Vale rie (1968 : brothers. Ted (1980 , toward (1976), Sam (1929), Sylvester (1984); sis ters, Ann (1989), Olga (1991). He was born In Alvena, Saskatchewan on January 28, 1914 and married Albina Lishchynsky in 1936, with whom he shared his life. Frank farmed his father's homestead (which was the original site of the Alvena Post Office). His greatest love was the farm, his horses, and daily trips to the farm with his G.M.C. Truck. Frank's home stead holds many memories of his farming ife. In 1980, he retired from farming and re sided in Wakaw till his passing. Frank served in various capacities at the Assumption of The Blessed Virgin Mary Ukrainian Catholic Church at Alvena Farms and Sacred Heart Ukrainina Catholic Church at Wakaw. Frank had a great zest for life. His social and jovial nature touched the hearts of all those who knew him. He loved to be with his family and friends. Those who were around him during his final days and hours will never forget the words of encouragement to continue the zest for life that he possessed. Memorial donations may be made to the preservation of The Assump tion of The Blessed Virgin Mary Ukrainian Catholic Church at Alvena Farms, co Ron Zarry. RR1, Box 1070, Wakaw, SK, SOK 4P0. Interment will take place In Alvena Farms Ukrainian Catholic Cemetery, Alvena, SK. Ar rangements are in care of PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL. O'BRIEN The death of Rita O'Brien of Saskatoon, SK, occurred at her residence in St. Ann's Nursing Home on Thursday, July 28, 1994. Rita is survived by several nieces, nephews and close friends. The Funeral Liturgy will be held on Saturday, July 30, 1994 at 11:00 a.m. from the Chapel of St. Ann's Nursing Home, 2910 Louise Street, Saskatoon, SK, celebrated by Rev. Fr. Denis Phaneuf. The Vigil of Prayers will be held on Friday, July 29, 1994 at 7:30 p.m. from St. Ann s Chapel. The Rite of Committal will take place in the Catholic Section of Woodlawn Cemetery. No flowers by request. McKAGUE'S FUNERAL CHAPELS are in charge of the arrangements. (664-3131). CVTDCUC ' sunburn 15 n HIGH """"""" t (unburn 20 mhi. (vfMODERATE lU tunbum 30 mln. iter suSum30mla Index for Saskatoon at 1:15 p,m. based on dear skies. Cloud cover will reduce forecast figure. Source: Environment Canada per cent. Swift Current, Moose Jaw, Assi-niboia, Cypress Hills: Mainly sunny. Light north winds. Strong drying. Highs 32. Lows 13. Probability of precipitation, 20 per cent. Saturday, mainly sunny and hot. Highs 34. Probability of precipita-tion, 10 per cent. EXTENDED Extended forecasts for Sunday and Monday,: Saskatoon, Dundurn, Rosthern, Kinder sley, Battlefords: Sunday, mainly sunny. Chance of a thundershower. Lows 13. Highs 30. Probability of precipitation, 40 per cent. Monday, sunny. Lows 13. Highs 30. Probability of precipitation, 20 per cent. Regina, Last Mountain, Wascana, Yorkton, Quill Lakes, Moose Mountain, Weyburn: Sunday, mainly sunny. Lows 13. Highs 30. Probability of precipitation, 20 per cent. Monday, sunny. Lows 15. Highs 31. Probability of precipitation, 20 per cent. Swift Current, Cypress Hills, Moose Jaw, Assiniboia: Sunday and Monday, mainly sunny. Lows 14. Highs 31. Probability of precipitation, 20 per cent. Hudson Bay, Pelican Narrows: Sunday, mainly cloudy. Chance of showers. Lows 16. Highs 27. Probability of precipitation, 40 per cent. Monday, mainly cloudy. Lows 13. Highs 26. Probability of DEATHS jwm1 iemi' iwMwum mi m n.i wmwpiuia. up .imw! iw.api i r ,-fr it . ' . . . . . DEATHS 1000 IRWIN Irene Margaret (Renee), died peacefully at home on Tuesday. July 26, 1994. With the support of family, friends, and Home Care she was able to fulfill her wish of living at home until the end of her struggle with cancer. The daughter of Scottish immigrants, Renee was bom October 22, 1915 in Saskatoon and spent 78 years in our community. She attended Pleasant Hill School and Saska toon Technical Collegiate. Throughout her life she was active and cheerful, participating in a variety of activities. An excellent swimmer, she received an award from The Royal Life Saving Society for her rescue of a drowning man at Yorath Island which occurred when she was a young woman. She continued to walk and swim until recently. Before her marriage and after her family was growing up Renee worked at various jobs at Parrott's Bookstore, the Daylight Theatre, and finally for over 25 years as a Medical Secretary for Dr. D. M. Boyd. She was predeceased by her husband Andrew Irwin in July 1982, her parents Donald and Mary McKenzie, her sister Joanne and brothers Ross and James McKenzie. She is survived by her loving family, sons Robert (Ann) Irwin, Marty (Lorie) Irwin, daughter Joanne (Roly) Remillard, sister Chris (Stan) Cowell, brother-in-law Hamilton (Norma) Irwin, sisters-in-law Louise Walker, Reta McKenzie, daughter-in-law Gail Irwin and grandchildren Donald, David, and Patrick Irwin, Tiffany, Et enne and Chelsea Irwin as well as nieces and nephews. At Mom's request there will be no Funeral but a Graveside service will be held following Cremation. Memorial donations may be made to the Palliative Care Unit of Saska toon and District Home Care, 201 - 310 Idylw-yld Drive North, Saskatoon, S7L 0Z2. WHYTE Olive Geraldine (Souster) Whyte passed away on Tuesday, July 26th, 1994 at the Sunnyside Nursing Home, Saskatoon after a lengthy illness. She leaves to mourn her beloved husband Alf; her children, Darrell (Joan) of Sherwood Park, AB, Sharon Denesyk of Sherwood Park AB, Rick (Dorothy) of Saska toon and Hal (Melissa) of Edmonton, AB; her step children, Larry (Carole) Whyte of Winnipeg, MB, Claudia (Barry) Somers of Saska toon; her grandchildren, Allyson and Kerrie, Lance, Denton and Danielle; her step grand children, Trevor, Kelly (Ken) and Shannon, St-aci (Graham), Cory (Wanda); one great grandson Taylor and four step great grandchildren, Brett, Dustin, Demi and Tadd; her sisters, Evelyn Van Ness of Osoyoos, BC, Norma Wallace of Regina, her brother, Jack (Madge) Munroe of Williams Lake, BC and numerous other rela tives. She was predeceased by her first hus band, Harold Souster and her sister, Marga ret. Olive was born at Delisle, SK on December 28, 1919. She married Harold Souster in 1939. Olive and Harold lived and farmed in the Asquith area and later ran a store at Gray- burn, SK. Olive was employed as a cook In the Dietary Dept. of Royal University Hospital until her retirement in 1976. She married Alf Whyte in September, 1976 and they lived in Dalmeny until 1992 when they moved to Saskatoon. Ol ive loved to cook for her family and friends. Her garden, plants and flowers were always a source of much enjoyment. She enjoyed travelling. The Funeral Service will be held at West-wood Funeral Chapel (1402 20th Street, West) on Friday, July 29, 1994 at 1:00 p.m. conducted by Rev. Stewart Dingwall. Parking available for Funeral guests north of the Chapel on Avenue N. Interment will be made in Woodlawn Cemetery. Memorial Donations made to Sunnyside Nursing Home, 2200 St. Henry Avenue, S7M 0P5 would be appreciated by the family. Arrangements are in care of WESTWOOD FUNERAL CHAPEL (653-3434). ULVEN The passing of Marvin Selmer Ul- ven of Outlook, SK and formerly of Strongfield, SK occcurred on Thursday, July 28, 1994 at the Outlook Union Hospital at the age of 72 years. Marvin is survived by his son, Lome (Sadie) Ulven and their family, Bryce and Scott of Strongfield, SK; his daughter, Joanne (Gary) Swift and theirfamlly, Derek and Brette McWil- liam of Port St. Lucie, Fl; one brother, Lloyd (Sandra) Ulven of Outlook; three sisters, Irene (Len) McLean of Outlook, Myrtle Jacobson of Shell Lake, SK and June Haug of Outlook; sis ter-in-law, Jean (Jim) McKinnon of Nanaimo, BC and many nieces and nephews. Marvin was predeceased by his wife, Marion Ellen Ulven in 1982. The Funeral Service will be held on Tuesday, August 2, 1994 at 2:00 p.m. at the Bethlehem Lutheran Church, in Outlook, SK with Rev. Dan Haugen officiating. Interment will take place In the Green Valley Ceme tery south of Broderick, SK. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Outlook Palliative Care Unit co The Outlook & District Health Foundation, Outlook, SK. Arrangements are in care of the Outlook Funeral Chapel. precipitation, 30 per cent. Prince Albert, Meadow Lake, La Ronge, Buffalo Narrows: Sunday, mainly sunny. Chance of a thundershower. Lows 13. Highs 28. Probability of precipitation, 40 per cent. Monday, mainly sunny. Lows 12. Highs 26. Probability of precipitation, 30 per cent. BORDERS Alberta: Mainly sunny and very warm. A few late day thundershowers developing from the west. Highs 27 to 33. Manitoba: Sunny with afternoon cloud and scattered showers in the south and central. Increasing cloud in the north. Highs, 20 to 25 in the north, 25 to 30 in central and the south. North Dakota: Sunny. Highs, 29 in the northeast to 36 in the northwest. Tonight, mainly clear. Lows 16. ACROSS CANADA British Columbia: Coastal, in the north, mainly cloudy. A few showers. In the south, cloudy with sunny periods. Isolated showers developing in the afternoon. Highs, 16 on the north coast to 24 inland in the south. In the interior, thundershowers in central and northern regions. Variable cloud and extensive smoke in the south. Windy. Highs, 22 In the north to 32 in the south. Ontario: In the south, sunny. Highs 24. In the north, around Lake Superior, cloudy with Isolated showers. Highs 23. Elsewhere, sunny with cloudy periods. Highs 22. Northwestern Ontario, sunny. Highs 25. Quebec: In the north, scattered showers. Highs 16 to 24. In the south, mostly sunny. Highs 20 to 26. Agricultural Report Supplied by Sastatrhewaai HeesatT CsancH Bright sun Wed. 10.3 hrs. DEATHS 10OO PROUDLOVE Mr. Earl Sheldon Proudtove aged 75 years, of 950 Fairford St. East, Moose Jaw. SK, passed away peacefully at home on Thursday, July 28, 1994. Private Graveside Services will be held at a later date. Predeceased by: his parents: two brothers Dalbert, Wilbert. He will be sadly missed and lovingly remembered by: his wife Manon of 52 years; four sons, Dal (Noreen) and their chil dren, Ellen and David, all of Imperial, SK, Gary (Linda) and their children, Steven and Scott, all of Moose Jaw, SK, Grant of Moose Jaw and his children Brandi, April and Kristen, all of Vic toria, BC, Wayne (Margaret and their children. Jason and Jordan of Martensville, SK; and numerous nieces and nephews. As an expression of sympathy, contributions to the Thunder Creek Home Care, District No. 6, 637 Main St. N., Moose Jaw, SK, S6H 4W1, would be appre ciated by the family and may be forwarded di rectly. Arrangements have been entrusted to PARKVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL: Todd Sjoberg, Director (694-5500). MITCHELL Mae Ellen (Hills) Mitchell was born at Swanson, SK July 7, 1913 and passed away in Outlook Hospital July 6, 1994 at the age of 80 years. She took her schooling at bwanson, tiiedhow, Lagoona, Delisle and Richhill. She did domestic work for many years, then met and married Lloyd Mitchell on April 21, 1942. They had three children includ ing a girl and boy who passed away in infancy. They farmed for a few years, then moved into Delisle where Lloyd managed the garage area of the Massey Ferguson. They then moved to North Battleford where Lloyd managed a garage. From there they took over the Shell ga rage and Mae had the cafe in Dortntosh. From there they bought out the Shell garage in Kin- istino, where they stayed until their retirement to Ardath. Due to failing health they moved to Delisle where Lloyd passed away August 19, 1986. In 1987 Mae was the first to move into Park View Place where she spent the balance of her time in failing health. In April 1994, she broke her hip and was hospitalized until her passing. Mae loved her home. She enjoyed reading cookbooks and was always trying new recipes which she got great pleasure out of sharing with her neighbors. She made many beautiful quilts and was very skilled at It. She was a seamstress and sewed for many peo ple. She crocheted and always made her nieces and nephews their first baby sets and afghans to match. In fact she did this until her passing. Another of her pastimes was playing cards with her neighbors at Park View Place. She and Lloyd liked to camp and fish and spent many leisure hours doing so. She was predeceased by her husband Lloyd, her parents William and Ellen Hills, a sister Gladys, a brother and sister-in-law Cliff and Martha, brothers Ross and Earl, and brother-in-laws Melvln and Bruce Mitchell. She is survived by her son Bill (Judy); granddaughter Sheila (Danny) Savard, great grandsons, David and Cody Savard, all of Princeton, B.C.; two sisters, Esther (George) Wear of Delisle, and Mildred (Earl) Ogilvie of Ardath. Four sister-in-laws, Lorena Hills of Weyburn, Evelyn Hills of Perdue, Shirley Mitchell of B.C., and Shirley (Stan) Daintry of Edmonton; many nieces and nephews, and a host of good friends and neighbors. It was her wish that she be cremated with no Funeral Service. Her ashes were interned in the family plot in Delisle Cemetery. HERTZ On Tuesday, July 26, 1994, Mr. Garvin Hertz passed away at the Parkside Ex-tendicare Nursing Home, Regina, SK, at the age of 63 years. Garvin leaves to mourn, his parents, Jacob "Jake" and Sophie Hertz, Regina, SK; his daughter, Sharlene (Keith) Reynolds, Vancouver, BC; his sons, Blaine (De-bra), Ottawa, ON, and Warren, Regina, SK; his grandchildren, Alexa and Matthew Reynolds, Vancouver, BC, and Jacob and Kevin Hertz, Ottawa, ON; his brothers, Milton (Loreen), Vancouver, BC, and Al (Marlene), Regina, SK; Garvin is also survived by aunts, uncles, nephews, Greg and Bradley; and nieces, Diana and Shelley. Funeral Service will be held on Saturday, July 30, 1994 at 10:00 a.m. in the Helm-sing Funeral Chapel. 2210 College Avenue, Regina, SK, with Pastor Les Skonnord officiating. Interment to follow In Memorial Gardens. A visitation for family and friends will be held on Friday, July 29, 1994 from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the Helmsing Funeral Chapel. Flowers are most gratefully declined however friends so wishing may make a donation to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Saskatchewan, Branch Office, 2332 - 11th Avenue, Regina, SK, S4P OKI. Arrangements are entrusted to the HELMSING FUNERAL CHAPEL, Regina, (Phone 522-7678). Hewitt Helmsing, Lome Palmer, Ryan McLane. The Accu-Weatherforecast for noon, Friday, July 29 witn nign ana low Honolulu 3124 Precipitation (mm): Wednesday: 0.0 This month including Wed.: 43.0 Below norm for month: 5.6 mm This year: 259.4 Above norm for year: 27.9 mm Wind: Thurs. at 9 a.m.: 10.33 Wed. 9 a.m. to Thurs. 9 a.m. : 8.28 Maximum Wednesday 9 a.m. to Thursday 9 a.m.: 13.12 kmh Soil Temp, at 9 a.m. Thurs.: At 5 cm 15.5 At 10 cm 16.0 At 20 cm 17.0 Provincial Temperatures lam, high, predp. (la mm.) la part U hours. But. Narrows Elbow Estevan Hudson Bay Klndersley La Ronge Llovdminster Meadow Laka Moosa Jaw Nipawia 11 26 13 31 13 33 13 31 13 31 14 26 12 23 12 27 14 30 15 30 7.4 N. Battleford 10 39 0 0 Prince Albert 13 30 Tr Regina 15 31 0 Tr Saskatoon 11 31 a swin turrenr it ju 2. Watrous 11 31 0 Wvnvard li 39 0 Yorkton 12 10 : ;.; fyj ) OH) pCl ftfeSf 9 Smonvy (fi) HighPrassur. I y jsL . yL J ""T t&t VX- Cli94 Acea-WeaUitr, la. sJBR&y, .wl Churchill C I' 2214 ' .k VEdmonton itf J : -J A k r" . St JohsKA t;Ccouvert 27.14 V V2ll W' 'i L22m V Saskatoon V I ' " lgf' ' 1 ,:" ( jAt 3015 MWnnlpafl Sud5ury 2515 ; , T-fAf'-t :..,-J VW)L 2918 a. 2314 . Ottawa MontrealVSalnt John-- m-W """"""" Sault Ste. MarleWyN 2514 PJ2,514 25f!' 7 2213 Chicago VJ ;iftgew York ZLV' i Denver 9tui7 "'Windsor ' ,IRVL"y'yT9 ; Ay 3 a - 2914 rt ;'fcfi-rrj4a 1000 SUMMACH Lester Summach, resident of Grande Prairie, Alberta, went home to be with his Lord and Saviour on Wednesday afternoon. July 27, 1994, at age 82. He was born in Hanover, Ontario on May 17, 1912, to William and Mary Summach. He leaves to treasure his memory his wife of 52 years, Mary; three daughters, Barbara (Winston) Wurtz of Grande Prairie, Lois (Ralph) Spark of Edmonton, Linda (John) Wells of Sherwood Park; one son, Warren (Debby) of Grande Prairie; nine grandchildren; four brothers and their wives, Harold (Flossie) Summach, Cecil (Elaine) Summach, Bob (Esther) Summach and Mervin (Terry) Summach, all of Saskatoon; sister-in-law, Florence Summach of Saskatoon; cousins; nieces and nephews; and many friends. He was predeceased by an infant daughter, infant granddaughter, his parents, three sisters and one brother. Family and friends wishing to pay their respects may do so at Oliver Funeral Chapel & Crematorium, 10212-102 Street, Grande Prairie, on Friday evening. July 29. 1994, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Funeral Service for the late Lester Summach will be held at McLaurin Baptist Church, 10315-114 Avenue, Grande Prairie, Alberta on Saturday, July 30, 1994 at 11 a.m. Interment to follow in the Grande Prairie Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials to the Gideons, or the charity of one's choice, would be appreciated by the family. Funeral arrangements are entrusted to Oliver Funeral Chapel, 10212-102 Street, Grande Prairie. Telephone 403-532-2929. KLASSEN Peter P. , age 83 years of Beth any Manor, 110 LaRonge Rd.. Saskatoon went home to be with his Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ on Wednesday, July 27, 1994. The Funeral Service will be held on Tuesday Aug. 2, at 2:00 p.m. from first Mennonite Church, 418 Queen St., Saskatoon conducted by Rev. Henry Wiens. Peter is survived by his loving wife Katharina, one daughter Eleonore Kyler, Saskatoon; three sons, Walter (Kay) Klassen, Dr. Ernie (Brenda) Klassen, and Bruno (Pam) Klassen, all of Saskatoon; nine grandchildren and one great grandchild; four sisters, Lily Wiebe, Saskatoon, Frieda (Abe) Peters, Abbotsford, Elsie (Abe) Warkentin, Saskatoon, Eleonore (Don) Ellwood, North Vancouver; one sister-in-law Mary Klassen, Vancouver; three brothers, Art (Jessie) Klas sen, Abbotsford. Bill (Helen) Klassen, Vancou ver, Rudy (Heather) Klassen, Williams Lake, B.C.: also numerous nieces and nephews. Peter was predeceased by his parents Peter J. and Elizabeth Klassen, one sister, one infant brother and one brother Oscar Klassen. In lieu of flowers Memorial donations may be made to Bethany Manor assisted Living Housing, Saskatoon, S7K 7H8. Interment will be held in the family plot at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Arrangements are in care of DALMENY FUNERAL HOME (254-2022). GERVAIS The death of Germaine Marie Gervais, age 88 years, of the Goodwill Manor, Duck lake, wife of the late Camille Gervais, oc curred in the Rosthern Union Hospital on Wednesday, July 27, 1994. A Vigil of Prayer will be held on Friday, July 29th at 8:00 p.m. from the Blessed Sacrament Roman Catholic Church, Duck Lake. The Funeral liturgy will be held on Saturday, July 30th at 10:00 a.m. from the Blessed Sacrament Roman Catholic Church, Duck Lake, conducted by Rev. Fr. Roland Gaudet. Mrs. Gervais is survived by four children, Rita (Joseph) Rio of Saskatoon, Elisa (August) Robin of Saskatoon, Suzanne (Del- mar) Aebig of Rosthern and Rupert (Ellze) Ger vais of Duck Lake. There are also 13 grandchildren and 28 great grandchildren, as well as four sisters; two brothers and two sisters-in-law. Interment will be in the Blessed Sacrament Roman Catholic Cemetery, Duck Lake. Arrangements are in care of Funk's Funeral Home, Rosthern. temperatures tor cities." Resort Temperatures DEATHS 5 '-ft ,, 1 1; Kpri -rt . . .7 w (aC2k Acapulco 27 15 Las VegdS 32 44 Barbados 77 31 Mexico City 12 36 Bermuda 29 30 Miami Beach 28 33 Brownsville 24 34 Nassau 28 33 Otytona Beach 24 33 Reno 16 37 Havana 26 32 San Juan 79 33 Honolulu 26 32 Trinidad 25 32 Kingston 26 33 West Palm Beach 26 32 National Temperatures Calgary 12 29 Quebec 15 21 Cherlottetown It 71 St. John's 19 25 Churchill 9 15 Thunder Bay na Edmonton 13 25 Toronto 16 24 Halifax 18 22 Vancouver 14 25 Jasper II 29 Victoria 10 23 Montreal 17 22 Whltehorsa 7 23 Ottawa 16 25 Winnipeg 13 30 Prince Rupert 13 17 VellowknUe 16 26 For the Record Thursday's Temperatures Low 11 High 31 Today's Normals Low 11.4 High 25.6 Today's Records High 34.5 set in 1984 Low 5.0 set in 1940 A year ago today: Low 14.7 High 31.7 lOOO GOODWIN Gerald A. (Jerry) passed away suddenly July 25, 1994 at M.S.A. General Hospital in Abbotsford, B.C. at age 79. He was born July 19. 1915 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. He attended Genereux Rats Schools and farmed in that area until he was stricken with Polio in 1936. Gerald moved with his young wife, Delhis and newborn son Arnold to his parents home in the Dundurn area for a short time before settling in Beaver Creek; and then to the farm on Lorne Avenue South of Saskatoon. He was a farmer and livestock dealer until selling the farm and moving to the Fraser Valley in British Columbia with Delhis and his youngest son Harvey in 1961. Mr. Goodwin became a shoemaker and had a shop in Matsqui Village for a number of years until he took rural mail route 1 In Abbotsford with his wife which they operated for 10 years. He continued delivering newspapers for the Abbotsford news until the spring of this year. Gerald was an active member of the "Access to All" Handicapped Association and a loyal friend to many. He was recognized by Premier Tommy Douglas and Attorney General Robert Walker for his tireless efforts and devotion to the C.C.F. Party of Saskatchewan and will be remembered by many for his lively and spirited political debates. He is survived by his wife of 58 years, Delhis, two sons Arnold (Julie) Goodwin of Spruce Home, Sask., Harvey (Marilyn) Goodwin of Abbotsford, B.C.; one sister Helen Howes of Abbotsford, B.C.; one brother Desmond (Dorothy) Goodwin of Tisdale. Sask.; five grandchildren, Linda Goodwin of Prince Albert, Sask.; Murray (Leslie) Goodwin of Vancouver, B.C., Colin Goodwin of Spruce Home, Sask., Michelle (Mike) Appeldoorn of Abbotsford, B.C.; Mark Goodwin of Abbotsford, B.C.; two great grandchildren, Kurtis and Tyson Appeldoorn of Abbotsford, B.C. as well as many friends and relatives in Saskatchewan and British Columbia. He was predeceased by his parents and three brothers, Lawrence, Leo and Lloyd. A Memorial Service will be held at 3:00 p.m., Friday July 29, 1994 at the Chapel of First Memorial Services 2808 Mt. Lehman Road, Abbotsford, B.C. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the British Columbia Paraplegic Association 780 S. W. Marine Drive Vancouver. B.C.V6P5Y7. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1007 WESTWOOD FUNERALCHAPEL Rae J. Murdock 653-3434. 20th St. & Ave . N. ACADIA DRIVE McKague's Funeral Chapel 955-1600 John Schachtel 915 Acadia Or SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME W. Arnold Edwards, Don Shepoard Ph. 2445577 338 4th Ave. Norm PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL GREG M. LALACH & DAVID J. SCHURR 311 3RD AVE. NO. 244-2103 DALMENY FUNERAL HOME Gerald Funk 254-2022 - Dalmeny. Sask. McKAGUE'S FUNERAL CHAPELS ROBERT McKAGUE - JOE MOYNHAM Phone 664-31 31 - 300 3rd Ave. S. CREMATORIUMS 1020 PRAIRIE VIEWCREMATORIUM Memonal and Cremation Services. Highway 11 South 242-7884 Bon 2061 MONUMENTS 1030 MIDWEST MEMORIALS LIMITED 9-1527 Ontario Ave. - 242-2111 INMEMORIAM 1060 GAGNE Joyce -1924-1988 LOVED AND REMEMBERED THE FAMILY. 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