Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada on December 24, 1993 · 61
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HEO The StarPhoenix Friday, December 24, 1993 E SECTION PHONE 653-2100 Saskatchewan Residents Toll Free 1-800-667-6379 The StarPhoenix 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 tor 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 1-80O-667-20O8. 204 5th Ave. N. Saskatoon, Sask. S7K 2P1. DEATHS 1000 GORDON Mr. Charles (Charlie) D. Gordon, of Saskatoon, went home to be with the Lord Tuesday. December 21. 1993 at the age of 87 years. Cremation requested. A Service of Remembrance will be held Tuesday, January 11, 1994 at 2:00 p.m. in Parkview Presbyterian Church, 821 Avenue E North conducted by Rev. Dr. Michael Tai. Charlie leaves to remember, son, David and his wife, Rose; daughter, Margaret; six grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; sisters, Agnes Jones and Ann (Ralph) Van Nes. He was predeceased by his wife. Ella in 1987; daughter, Isabell in 1977; and sisters. Gertrude and Ethel. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations to the Gideons, The Canadian Bible Society, Parkview Presbyterian Church Memorial Fund, 821 Ave. E North, Saskatoon or others would be appreciated. .... f it. LAPOINTE Marie Johanna LaPointe. age 71, late of Saskatoon passed away at St. Paul's Palliative Care Unit on Wednesday. December 22, 1993. Vigil of Prayer will be held from Acadia Drive Funeral Chapel (Eighth Street East and Acadia Drive) on Tuesday, December 28 at 7:30 p.m. Funeral Liturgy will be celebrated from St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church (18-33rd Street East) on Wednesday. December 29 at 11:00 a.m. with Rev. Father Denis Phaneuf as the celebrant. The late Mrs. LaPointe is survived by: one son, Robert LaPointe of Port Coquitlam, BC; two daughters, Sherry (Ernie) Gurski of Saskatoon and Twila (Dave) Jack of Saskatoon; eight grandchildren; three great grandchildren; two sisters, Irma (Otto) Edbom of Marsden, SK and Rosemarie (Hubert) Shwark of Bruno, SK; also numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. She was predeceased by: her husband, Henry in 1977; her son, Morris in 1993; her father, Vincent Ronellenfitsch; two sisters, Josephine Reynaud and Clara Perry; one brother, Anton Ronellenfitsch. Marie was born August 3, 1922 in Cudworth, SK and was raised and educated in the area. In 1941, she married Henry LaPointe and resided in Humboldt for several years. They lived in various towns throughout Saskatchewan, the last 35 years in Saskatoon. She was active in raising her children in a good and stable home. She enjoyed visiting with people and this was evident in her 16 years at work for the Senator Hotel as a desk clerk. She was the Past President of St. Michael's C.W.L. She helped establish the Clothing Depot at the Friendship Inn and enjoyed being a volunteer helper. Marie enjoyed travelling, dancing, needlework and visits to the lake with her friends. She had a keen sense of humor with the greatest jokes. Her most special times were spent with her family. Memorials may be directed to St. Paul's Palliative Care Unit (1702 20th Street West, Saskatoon, S7M 0Z9). Rite of Committal will follow in Woodlawn Catholic Cemetery. Arrangements are entrusted to ACADIA DRIVE FUNERAL CHAPEL (955-1600). Once in an age God sends to us someone who loves us. ..not alone with emotion, but with understanding, A FRIEND. SASKATOON Mainly cloudy. Wind moderate. High minus 8. Low minus 10. Saturday, intermittent snow ending in afternoon. High minus 5. Probability of precipitation, 30 per cent today and 70 per cent Saturday. SYNOPSIS A weak disturbance forecast to move southeastwards through the province is expected to spread some light snow to central and eastern sections of the province. The system will move through rapidly and as a result only a dusting of snow is forecast. However, a more significant disturbance brewing in the Northwest Territories is forecast to move through the province Saturday. This disturbance should invade the west central areas in the morning and into southern sections later in the day. An area of snow will accompany the system as it moves through the province. Cold air and stronger winds are expected in the wake of the system. PROVINCIAL Regina: Mainly cloudy. Chance of snow. Wind moderate. High minus 7. Low minus 10. Saturday, cloudy with occasional snow in the afternoon. High minus 9. Probability of precipitation, 40 per cent today and 80 per cent Saturday. Dundurn, Rosthem, Kindersley, Battlefords, Meadow Lake: Mainly cloudy. Wind west 20 kmh. Highs minus 8. Saturday, intermittent snow ending in afternoon. Probability of precipitation, 30 per cent today and 70 per cent Saturday. Swift Current, Cypress Hills: Cloudy periods. Wind west 30 kmh. Highs minus 2. Temperature steady overnight. Saturday, mainly cloudy. Chance of snow in the afternoon. Windy. Highs zero MWEATHER WATCH Michael G. Sifton President Bill Peterson Executive Vice-President Steven K. Gibb Editor WillPopotf Associate Editor Sarath Peiris Managing Editor Glen Houle Production Manager Rosemary Freeze Advertising Director Wayne Wohlberg Circulation Manager DEATHS 1000 WULLUM The passing of Mrs. Diana Vera Wullum of Saskatoon, SK occurred in her 65th year at St. Paul's Hospital on Thursday, December 23, 1993. Diana is survived by her loving husband. Lew; two daughters. Pat (Claren) Turner of Brandon, MB and Christina Wullum of Vancouver, BC; two grandchildren. Riana and Lee; her mother, Mabel Bird of Saskatoon; and one brother, Ken (Betty) Bird of Cirencester, England. She was predeceased by her father, Harry; and several aunts. In lieu of flowers, Memorial donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, 438 2nd Avenue North. Saskatoon. SK, S7K 2C3 or the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Saskatchewan, 279 Third Avenue North, Saskatoon, SK, S7K 2H8 or the Christ Church Anglican Piano Fund, 515-28th Street West, Saskatoon, SK, S7L 4R5. A Memorial Service, officiated by Rev. Sheila Flynn, will be held on Wednesday, December 29. 1993 at 11:00 a.m. from Christ Church Anglican, 515 28th Street West. The Honorary Pallbearers will be "All of Diana's Friends and Family". Cremation. Interment will take place in the Garden of Christus, Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Arrangements are in care of PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL. MARIASH The passing of Mrs. Anne Elizabeth Manash, age 76 years, of Saskatoon, SK, occurred in Royal University Hospital on Wednesday, December 22, 1993. She is survived by: her husband, John; son, Ed (Diane) of St. Albert, AB; and four grandchildren, Sher-ri-Ann, Rianne, Heather and Michael; two sisters, Stella (Joe) Skwara of Borden, SK; and Katie Babchuk of Hafford, SK; one brother, Frank (Jean) Millich of Hafford, SK; sister-in-law, Olive Millich of Saskatoon; and numerous nieces and nephews. Anne was predeceased by her parents, Mr. John and Mrs. Mary Millich; one sister, Nellie; and three brothers, Andrew, Mike and Walter. 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. Vigil of Prayer will be held,on Monday, December 27, 1993 at 7:00 p.m. from Park Funeral Chapel, 311 Third Avenue North. Courtesy parking is available directly South of the Chapel. Funeral Liturgy, officiated by Rev. Father Raymond Dorawa. C. Ss. R. will be held on Tuesday, December 28, 1993 at 10:30 a.m., from St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, 211 Avenue 0. South. Rite of Committal will take place in Woodlawn Catholic Cemetery on Wednesday. December 29. 1993 at 2:30 p.m. Arrangements are in care of PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL. BERGMAN The deatl? of Justina Bergman, age 100 years, of Spruce Manor Special Care Home, Dalmeny, occurred on Monday, December 20, 1993. The funeral service will be held on Tuesday, December 28, at 2:00 p.m. from the Hepburn Mennonite Brethren Church conducted by Pastor Len Doerksen. Surviving are three daughters and their husbands, Esther (Abe) Rempel of Langham, Viola (Alfred) Schmidt and Helen (Henry) Braun, all of Re-gina; one son-in-law, Richard Thiessen of Steinbach, Manitoba; fifteen grandchildren; twenty-nine greatgrandchildren and five great great grandchildren; four sisters, Elizabeth (Isaac) Willems, Ella (Isaac) Block, Mary (Abe) Martens, Susanna (Jacob) Hamm and one brother, Henry (Hulda) Derksen, all of Saskatoon. She was predeceased by her parents Gerhard and Anna Derksen; her loving husband Peter P. Bergman and one daughter, Alv-ina Thiessen; five sisters, Anna (Henry) Block, Sarah (Paul) Wiebe, Margaret (John) Stobbe, Agnes (Isaac) Boldt and Tina (Frank) Peters. Memorial donations may be made to the Gideon Memorial Bible Plan. Interment will be held in the Hepburn Mennonite Brethren Church Cemetery. Arrangements are in care of DALMENY FUNERAL HOME. Probability of precipitation, 30 per cent today and 40 per cent Saturday. Moose Jaw, Assiniboia: Mainly cloudy. Wind west 30 kmh. Highs minus 4. Temperature steady overnight. Saturday, mainly cloudy. Chance of snow. Windy. Highs minus 2. Probability of precipitation, 30 per cent today and 40 per cent Saturday. Last Mountain, Wascana, Wey-burn, Moose Mountain: Mainly cloudy. Chance of snow. Wind west 20 kmh. Highs minus 7. Saturday, cloudy with occasional snow in the afternoon. Probability of precipitation, 40 per cent today and 80 per cent Saturday. Quill Lakes, Prince Albert, Yorkton, Hudson Bay: Occasional snow ending in the morning. Saturday, intermittent snow spreading in from the northwest. Highs minus 8. Probability of precipitation, 15 per cent today and 80 per cent Saturday. EXTENDED Saskatoon, Dundurn, Rosthern, Kindersley, Battlefords: Sunday, mostly cloudy. Probability of flurries, 40 per cent. Lows minus 21. Highs minus 11. Monday, variable cloud. Lows minus 21. Highs minus 12. Probability of precipitation, 30 per cent. Swift Current, Cypress Hills, Moose Jaw, Assiniboia: Sunday, mostly cloudy. Probability of flurries, 40 per cent. Lows minus 17 Highs minus 8. Monday, mostly cloudy. Probability of flurries, 40 per cent. Lows minus 20. Highs minus 9. Last Mountain Wascana, York-ton, Quill Lakes, Moose Mountain, Weyburn, Regina: Sunday, mostly cloudy. Probability of flurries, 40 per cent. Lows minus 21. Highs minus 11. Monday, mostly cloudy. Probability of flurries, 40 per cent. Lows minus 22. Highs minus 14. Hudson Bay, Pelican Narrows: Sunday, mostly cloudy Probabili 1000 DAVIS Edna Elizabeth Davis, age 75. late of Circle Dnve Special Care Home, Saskatoon, passed away at her home on Tuesday, December 21, 1993. A Service of Remembrance will be held from Acadia Dnve Funeral Chapel (Eighth Street East and Acadia Drive) on Friday, December 24 at 11:00 a.m. with Rev, Margaret McKechney officiating. Cremation with inter of cremains to follow in spring. The late Mrs. Davis is survived by her two daughters, Joan (Gary) Zimmer of Luseland, SK and Jean (Cameron) Hamilton of Edmonton, AB; her daughter-in-law, Elouise Davis of Saskatoon; her nine grandchildren, Nicole and Michelle Zimmer of Luseland, Sean, Scott, Mark and Tamara Hamilton of Edmonton, Jenelle, Derek and Cherise Davis of Saskatoon; her sister, Margaret (Elmer) Morton of Victoria, BC; three brothers, Edgar Doyle of Tisdale, SK, Walter (Joy) Doyle of Victoria, BC and Al Doyle of Quesnel. BC; brother-in-law, Arnold Davis of Birch Hills. SK; sister-in-law. Grace Simpson of Shellbrook, SK; also numerous nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband. Elmer in 1981; her son. Joe Davis in 1989; her parents, Ferman and Cora (Foster) Doyle; two sisters, Marion Doyle and Marjorie Head; and one brother, Gordon Doyle. Edna Davis was born on February 16, 1918 in the Harris District, SK. She was raised and educated in Eldersley. SK. In 1940. she received her diploma of Nursing from the Holy Family Hospital in Prince Albert. She worked in Prince Albert, Rose Valley and Victoria, BC. She married Elmer Davis on September 1, 1942. They resided in Fort William, ON and then moved to Swift Current, where Edna worked at the Swift Current Hospital. Following their move to Tisdale, she worked briefly for two years. From 1963-68 she worked at the Eatonia Hospital and then five years at Val Marie, SK. They retired to Saskatoon in 1974. Edna was proud to be the first woman to serve as a village councillor for Eatonia. She was also a member of the Eatonia Legion Ladies Auxiliary. She was active in the Cosmo Pals in Swift Current. She enjoyed her volunteered time with patient care to people in need. She really loved her family and enjoyed them all especially the grandchildren. For the past three and a half years she has been a resident at Circle Drive Special Care Home. Mom really appreciated the loving care and the family are forever grateful. Memorials would be appreciated is directed to the Circle Drive Special Care Home, 3035 Preston Avenue South, Saskatoon. Funeral arrangements are entrusted to ACADIA DRIVE FUNERAL CHAPEL (955-1600). I STEWART Carol Patricia (nee Coyne), born Winnipeg. MB, August 7, 1944, joined our Saviour December 20, 1993 after a short but hard fought battle with cancer. Predeceased by her father, Dennis Coyne of Winnipeg in 1992. She is survived by her mother, Connie Coyne of Winnipeg; her very special friend, Jim Brown of Saskatoon; her daughter, Lanssa and her father, Don Stewart (A.K.A. Steve Elliot) and his mother, Mary Stewart, all of Saskatoon. Carol, who was very active in school and community affairs (King George and Holiday Park), the Foster Care Program and many self help support groups, will be sadly missed by all who were graced by her brilliant insight, empathy and unselfish service. Carol wanted everyone to enjoy the Christmas holiday, so Prayer Service will be held at 3:00 p.m. December 30 at the Chapel .of Saskatoon Funeral Home, 338-4th Avenue North. Courtesy parking south of the Chapel. Arrangements entrusted to SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME and Prairie View Chapel and Crematorium. ty of flurries, 40 per cent. Lows minus 25. Highs minus 16. Monday, mostly sunny. Lows minus 29. Highs minus 18. Prince Albert, Meadow Lake, La Ronge, Buffalo Narrows: Sunday, mostly cloudy. Probability of flurries, 40 per cent. Lows minus 23. Highs minus 14. Monday, variable cloud. Lows minus 25. Highs minus 15. Probability of precipitation, 30 per cent. Northern Saskatchewan: Sunday, variable cloud. Probability of flurries, 30 per cent. Lows minus 30. Highs minus 21. Monday, mostly clear. Lows minus 32. Highs minus 23. ALONG THE BORDERS Alberta: Mainly cloudy with occasional light snow in the north. Highs minus 10. Cloudy and windy elsewhere. Highs from 7 in the south to minus 2 at Peace River. Manitoba: Mainly cloudy south with a few flurries. Highs from minus 10 to minus 18. Mostly sunny in the north. Highs minus 25. North Dakota: Light snow ending in the west and continuing in the east. Not as cold in the west. Highs zero in the west to near minus 12 in the east. ACROSS CANADA Yukon: Cloudy. Highs minus 5 in the south; minus 15 in the north. Northwest Territories : Mackenzie Valley and Great Slave district: Mainly cloudy with a few flurries. Windy in some areas. Highs minus 25. Keewatin district: A few clouds. Brisk northwesterly winds causing very high to extreme windchills. Highs minus 35. Baffin district: Blizzard in the south. A few clouds in the north. Highs minus 20. High Arctic-Resolute: A few clouds. Windy at times giving very high wind-chills. Highs minus 20. British Columbia: Coastal, in the south, mainly cloudy. Patchy drizzle and fog. Highs 7 North, DEATHS DEATHS 1000 BOZOK The death of Mr. Paul Bozok of Arelee, SK occurred on Wednesday. December 22, 1993 at his residence. Arrangements are pending and will be announced in Monday's edition. Arrangements have been entrusted to WESTWOOD FUNERAL CHAPEL (653-3434). R0B8 The death of Bertha Alice Robb, of Saskatoon, SK, occurred at the Saskatoon City Hospital on Wednesday. December 22, 1993. The Funeral Service will be held on Friday December 24, 1993 at 1:30 p.m. from McKAGUE'S FUNERAL CHAPEL conducted by Rev. N.S. Dingwall. Cremation will take place after the service. Surviving are her loving family, husband, Gary of Rural Saskatoon; son, Corey (Cindy) of Saskatoon and their daughters, Kathleen and Karalyn; son, Allan at home; her mother, Alice Grasby of Asquith; sister, Esther Young of Vernon, BC; her brothers, Glenn (Norma) Grasby of Asquith and Mervin (Janet) Grasby of Sylvan Lake. AB; sisters-in-law. Diane (Joe) Matijevic and Georgina Robb; and numerous nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her father, Wallace Grasby; and by her father and mother-in-law, Stanley and Christina Robb. Bertha was born in Saskatoon and grew up on a Dairy farm near Asquith. She received her education in Asquith and graduated from the Saskatoon Business College. She worked for several years at Landa Auto Body. Bertha marned Gary in 1966 and together they farmed and raised their family. She played fastball in the City for many years, playing for Smith Jets, Saskatoon Aces, as well as others, winning several Provincial Championships. Bertha also won Most Valuable Player Awards for her pitching and hitting. A newspaper quoted, "A tribute to Robb was she was just as deadly at the plate as on the mound". Bertha was secretary for Cory Busy Bee Homemakers, active in community service, she bowled for many years and she loved dancing and country music. In lieu of flowers, Memorial donations may be made to a Charity of One's Choice. Guest panning directly south of McKague's, corner of 3rd Avenue and 20th Street (664-3131). FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1007 DALMENY FUNERAL HOME Gerald Funk 254-2022 - Dalmenv. SK WESTWOOD FUNERAL CHAPEL Rde J. Murdock 653-3434, 20th St. & Ave, N. ACADIA DRIVE McKague's Funeral Chapel 955-1600 John Schachtel 915 Acddid Dr. McKAGUE'S FUNERAL CHAPELS ROBERT McKAQUE JOE MOYNHAM Phone6643131 3003rdAve S. PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL GREG M. LALACH & DAVID J. SCHURR 3113RDAVE.NO. 2442103 SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME W. Arnold Edwards, Don Sheppard Ph. 2445577 338 4th Ave. North CREMATORIUMS 1020 HILLCREST MEMORIAL GARDENS & CREMATORIUM The leading cemetery of all faiths lor over 40 years. Arrangements in Memonal & Cremation Services, Cemetery. Upright Monuments, Niche Columbanums477-2236 PRAIRIE VIEW CREMATORIUM Memorial and Cremation Services. Highway 11 South 242 7884 Box?061 MONUMENTS 1030 MIOWFST MEMORIALS LIMITED 9 1 527 Ontario Ave. 242 2 1 1 1 IN MEMORIAM 1060 BUNNAH In loving memory o( my brother Stan, December 18, 1926 December 25, 1992. "Gone but not torgotten. " Iris. Don and family. BUNNAH In loving memory of Stan, caring and loving husband, father and grandfather. Stan passed away on December 25, 1992 at the age of 66, Your passing has left an empty space in our family: Which in time will fill tn, but never completely For part of our life is gone. ' For me. yotir wife, my whole life has changed And my broken heart is just starting to heel, but the scar shall always remain. When one's memory is Kept alive by those who loved And missed him the most, they never die, but live forever in the hearts of generations yet to come. So it is with you my love. "Sleep well sweet Prince." Lovingly remembered, Marjorie, Randy and Bonny, Cory and Ailyson. BUNNAH In memory of Stan Bunnah, a greai Dad and Grandpa who passed away December 25th. 1 992. We think of you everday. Forever loved and remembered by Randy, Bonny, Cory and Ailyson. The Accu-Weather forecast , for noon, Friday, December 24 . wiui (nun gnu iuw Honolulu 2721 rain. Windy. Highs 8 on the coast; 3 inland. Interior, mainly cloudy. Scattered flurries in the north and along the Rockies. Highs 2 in the southwest and minus 2 elsewhere. Ontario: North, a mix of sun and cloud. Highs from minus 17 to minus 25, except minus 30 in the extreme north. Central and south, periods of snow. Highs minus 9 to minus 15 in central and southeast regions and minus 5 in the northeast. Quebec: North, light snow southwest, sunny elsewhere. Highs minus 22. South, light snow west, mostly sunny in the east. Highs minus 10. Provincial Temperatures Low, high, pitdp. (In mm.) In pant 24 hours. But. Narrows na na Estevan -20-13 Hudson Bay nana Kindersley -16 -S La Ronge -18-14 Lloydminster -20 -4 Meadow Lake -22 -V Moose Jaw .14-11 Nipawln 1M4 na N. Battleford -18 -9 .8 1 Prince Albert -16-13 tr na Regina -1913 .6 '5 Saskatoon -1911 tr 2 Swin Current -19-13 .6 4 Watrous na na na .4 Wvnvard -16-14 na r Yorkton 17-9 .8 to (? -26-32 ' 1 1 A- I A r 1st. John's M o V Saskatoon , ytf Victoria .in,V.Re9"laS I S V ,! In I ' ' ' dU" "lillll ' '. '-. '. i;!iiti;;!:9-275 ? San Francisco (B) ' '.1 1 1 J ( . J 4 . Denver Ch'T .o " , f -9M4 5-6 Phoenix , ' P 1060 BURGESS In tovmg memory of our very special GranOaaughter, Anita, who died December 25. 1990. Always tn our hearts. Grandpa & Grandma Parker DUERR Frances tn loving memory of a dear mother, grandmother who passed away December 25, 1992. A year has gone by Since we heard your last sigh You tried so hard to stay alive, just to please us When we knew that you wanted lo be with Jesus He loved you so much that he let you stay But. wanted you to be with htm on Hts birthday Your wish was to go on a warm summer day But. on the coldest day in winter was when you went away You were of the best that God knew how to make For the best is only what God wants to take We only hope some day to be half as good as you So that one day. He would let us be with you too. You are m our hearts and thoughts daily. All our love. Penny. Collette and Troy. GIBSON Ernest. In loving memory of a husband, father, and grandfather, December 24th, 1990. Time slips by, but memories stay Quietly remembered every day. A little tnbute. small and tender Just to show we still remember Missed by wife Blanche, children, and grandchildren. i $ , 4 GARTNER Paula Dianne. Oct. 7, 1970 - July 9. 1993. Christmas in Heaven I'm wondering what Christmas in Heaven is like As I grieve alone and prav. Longing for one who has gone befort To spend Christmas in Heaven today And so in my dreams, I wonder far From the scenes and sounds of earth 'Till I catch the strains of the Heavenly choir As they sing of the Christ Child's birth. The Angels and Saints I vision there As they join in Ihe festal gay. And there 'mid the throng Is my loved one Spending Chnstmas in Heaven today. There's jov in the faith that teaches, When our life's work here is done, Of a place in Heaven awaiting, And the crown we worked for is won. In our grief may we learn well the lesson So to work and suffer and pray. As to ment the joys of our loved one And to spend Chnstmas together some day. Love Mom, Dad. Pat. Nicole. Renew BURGESS in loving memory of our dear daughter ana sister. Anita, who died December 25, 1990. As we light the Chnstmas candles may we remember the radiant warmth of the joy and unconditional love you gave everyone you encountered. May the glow of these memones lighten our saddened hearts. Merry Christmas, Sweetiel Forever loved and sadly missed. Mom. Dad, Kyle & Cara. KINZ1E Gail LVmse, who was taken from us suddenly December 25, 1987 Nothing can ever take away. The tove a heart holds dear. Fond memories linger everyday. Remembrance keeps her near. Lovingly remembered. Dad, Mom. brothers and sisters and their families. leniLtncHUfea iui uuiea. :; Regina ft 1 'MO V IN MEMORIAM rTnrfc Winnipeg -16-29 .. Sudbury"U .: tLt in Foreign Temperatures Aberdeen 0 AUlta 15 Amsterdam 4 1 Manila 77 Ankara 1 Mocw A.h . .a Nairobi 76 f . . ' New Delhi 20 Auckland 14 n,cc 14 Beillna 7 Oslo -4 Berlin 4 paris 6 Bonn 4 1 Riyadh 7 Brussels 5 Rome 15 Cairo 19 Saralevo na Casablanca 16 Seoul 0 Copenhagen 3 Sofia 2 Dakar 24 Stockholm 0 Dublin 5 4 Sydney 24 Geneva 4 a Taipei 16 Helsinki 0 3 Tokyo 3 Ho Chi Minh City V Tunis 15 1 Hong Kong na Vienna 10 Jerusalem 13 Warsaw 3 Lisbon 11 '8 a.m.! 5 a m i London - 6 3 a.m.; 10 a.m.; Madrid 4 1 noon. For the Record thursdays Temperatures Low -19 High -11 Today's Normals Low -20.7 High -10.9 Today's Records High 5.0 set in 1928 Low -37.8 set in 1917 IN MEMORIAM 1060 NEWMAN tn loving memory of a dear wife, motner and grandmother . Maureen, who passed away December 23. 1968 No length of time can dim the past Too many memories hold rt fas? Today, tomorrow, our whole lives through We will always love and remember you Sadly missed by Grant. Barb. Joanne, Janice and Hafhy MORDEN Arvene. In loving memory of our mother who died on December 24. 1992. We ask our friends and family to join us m prayur td remembrance of a wonderful tnend and tovmg mother. May God watch over you and keep you Mom. Love always, your daughter Brenda and husband Davtd Wasylow. GAUTSCHI Erdine In memory of our loving aunt. Never forgotten. You II always be m our hearts. Lovingly remembered by Faye. Al. Casda and Randi. HODGSON In loving memory of Ed who passed away December 24, 1990, We remember him with a smile today, He wasn't one for tears. We reflect instead on memories Of all Ihe happy years. We recall to mind the way he spoke. The nice things that he said. His jokes, his strength, the way he lived. We remember that instead. The good advice he gave to us. His eyes that shone with laughter, So much of him that never died, Lives on forever after. Remembered with love, wife Nora. Wes, and Linda. HERBERT In loving memory of a dear sister, Bea. who passed away one year ago on December 26. 1992. Them will always be a heartache And often a silent tear But always precious memones Of the Davs when you were here We hold you close within our hearts And there you will remain To walk with us throughout our lives Until we meet again. Ever remembered and loved by sister. Millie & family. GIBSON In loving memory of a father and grandfather. Ernest who passefl away December 24, 1990, We do not need a special day To bring you to our minds For the days we do not think of you Are very hard to find We hold you always in our heart And there you will remain To walk with us throughout our lives Until we meet again Missed by Gail, Hermann, Jenifer, Joylene, Kurt and Cameron. ST1NSON In loving memory of our father and grandfather, Ronald, who passed away June 1, 1993. It's the same thing every year. The hustle and bustle in the malls. People merrily going on their way Putting up Christmas trees and lights And decorating for the season. But this Chnstmas seems to be different. Something is missing Your smile and joflv laughs. It just isn't the same without you. We seem the same, but a piece of us is gone forever We'll always be different from now on. We like to think you are happier where you die. But still we wish you were here Tocelebrate this holiday with us alt. But on Christmas dav you will be in all our hearts And m all our thoughts. You'll be lovingly remembered but sadly missed by both your beautiful daughters, Suanne and Tammy; handsome grandson, Tyler; and son in-law, Hlen. XOXO CARD OF THANKS 1065 OUR SINCERE thank you to Rev. Walton and Maor Wagner for conducting the Memonal Service, you kind words will al ways be remembered; also to Ethna Martin ot Eventide for your special tribute to Ted on behalf of yourself and the staff; to Cathy Momson for kindly singing at the service lat Ted's request); to Dr. Larson for your care and consideration in assisting the family in finding a home for Ted where he could receive the care he required to ease the burden of his illness; to James and the staff at Pari Funeral Chapel for your kindness and assistance to our family. A very Special Thank You to Kay & Ken Reeves. Gordon & Irma Gib bons, Glen & Margaret Gibbons, Marguerite Gibbens, Kent. Dehlah, Laurel & Leonard Kostuk for all of your visits and kindness shown not only to Ted but to Mildred, Anne & family dunng Ted s illness. Also a very special Thank You to our very special friends Wes & Lois Hart and family tor opening your hearts and your home to Anne, Kelly & chil dren during this very stressful time. The warm welcome which you have always given us and the kindness shown to us and Ted and Mildred will always be remembered, A Special tribute must be paid to Major Wagner, the staff and res idents at Eventide. We appreciate so much your care and concern for Ted and for us the family. Your service tn your profession far exceeds the call of duty as evidenced by the sincere, loving care given to Ted and your visits to him even on your days off. Also special thanks for your concern, kindness and fnendship offered to Mildred and the family. We treasure your friendship and hope to remain in touch with you all. To all of our relatives and friends, a very special Thank You for all the visits, phone calls, cards, donations, gifts of food, but most of all for the thoughtfulness. friend ship and kindness shown to Ted and the family. It Is truly appreciated and will always he remembered Mildred Joseph, Anne, Kelly, Tyler & Lisa McMurchy Sunny Partly Cloudy Cloudy Showers T-storms Rain Ice Flumes Snow ' Ctm m J low pressure . Warm Stationary W) Hl9" Pressure 1993 Accu-Weather, Inc. Montreal Saint Johri rprritoLiottawa f ::)-6M2 -?-17 mm ? .Windsor ff- A New York 0-6 Washington nir 7l i a-7 1 (CP) A year ago today: Low -24.3 High -2.9 Moon New, Jan.ll First, Jan.19 Full, Dec.8 Last, Jan.4 Sun Rose today 9:15 Sets 4:58 Resort Temperatures Miami V J 2414.V Acapulco 24 31 Las Vegas I II Barbados na 30 Mexico City 5 26 Bermuda 20 23 Miami Beach 22 26 Brownsville 5 17 Nassau na 28 Davtona Beach 9 18 Reno - 5 Havana 22 30 San Juan 24 30 Honolulu 22 28 Trinidad na 32 Kingston na 31 West Palm Beach 21 30 National Temperatures Calgary -10 6 Quebec -20 -16 Charlottetown 4 0 St. John. -7 -3 Churchill -37 -35 Thunder Bay -24 -17 Edmonton -14 -2 Toronto -16 -8 HalifaK 0 4 Vancouver -4 6 Jasper -10 -1 Victoria -2 7 Montreal -19 -13 Whitehorse -2 2 Ottawa -20 -15 Winnipeg -24 -19 Prince Rupert 6 8 Vellowknite -33 -23 Continental Temperatures Atlanta I 6 Houston -2 9 Bismarck -IB -13 Los Angeles 6 23 Boise -1 1 3 New Orleans 4 7 Boston I 2 New York 2 3 Chicago -8 -3 San Francisco 2 14 Dallas -4 9 St. Louis -8 -1 Denver -7 -1 Tucson 1 12 Detroit -9 2 Washington I 6 A9I

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