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Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
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Tuesday, January 30, 2007
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The StarPhoenix O ? 3 of the day 5- Don 7 look back something might be gaining on you. Oassffled Advertising Manager Wendy Davtes 6S7-6Z00 204 Fifth JtvenuaNortli T GM(M r n Toll Free 1-800-667-6979 Telephone Service Hours: Monday to Friday 8:00am 5:30pm Sunday 11 :00am -4:00pm A Closed Saturdays Pleati Include your earne, address mi phone number where we can contact you. - be Aimiv uU thiu wm utbmtl vtmf onien writ before the V advertising deadline Ur prwewmt The StarPhoenix Classifieds 204 5th Avenue North Saskatoon, Saskatchewan 871 2P1 ' ' ri isimfss nmnr urn ms- f Saskatoon SX S7K2P1 Merctanflse Antiques lor Sale. Antiques Wanted .. : 3125 3127 Merchandise tor Sale 3115 Merchandise Wanted 3135 Auction 3130 BbylntantArtide 3110 Beauty Salon Supplies 3032 Bicycles tor sale 3200 Acreages. v Tuesday, January 30, 2007 01 Aniouncenents AgricuturaWustry Agriculture Custom Farming 7125 Farm Equipment Dealers .,..7060 Farm Equipment Sale 7090 Farms Wanted 7450 Feed A Seed 7180 ..8670-J720 Investments .-. 8570 Gram DryingCleaning 7130 Billiard SupresServicas...3412 Acreages Wanted 8730 Investment Properties 8660 Grain Trailers -.4670 Books A Comics 3475 Apartment Blocks.... 8540-8550 Listings Wanted .8370 Gram Trucks 4660 Cellular Mobile Phones .3405 B. C. Properties 8480-8510 Lots 8740-8760 Horse Trailers Real Estate Sales Collectibles.. .3435 Bed n Breakfast . Anniversanes . Births .. 1069 Happy Days . ....1071 Happy Days Service . 1065 m Memonam .... ....1079 Lost A Found . 1000 Memorial Services . ...1210 ...1215 1 IIOJ BuiWinOS ouMtms uiniuiiuniiro oaou upen nouses 0119 ...8472 Mobile Homes .. .8620 Mortgages .. 8240 8009 Craft Sales. .3112 7210 Livestock A Accessories ... 7150 Livestock Trailers 7160 Stables 7240 ..1101 BUSINESS OFFICE HOURS: Monday - Friday 8 am 4:30 pm 204 5th Avenue North (customer parking available on our south lot) UB...llrflfl..ailJlat The StarPhoenix Online that wm XHhmu imr nnien, hi hetorr the advertising deiuUine for pmcesvint , - Wr km,ll ait " n pofnen in i l Card of Thanks ... Coming Events . Deaths . EngagementsWeddings ...1066 Prayers Florists 1040 Retirement Funeral Directors 1007 Social Club Funerals 1003 Sport Events Funeral Plans 1015 Travel Graduations 1078 .. w a i M . , Hi ioup service uraiory t Refer to Classifications . Bnnn-fio . . (includes a complete and up to date feting) 'V-" ' S , Campsites .. 8405 Out of Province 8390-8410 i:i004 DanVRtt......3645-3665 ComKvIitm Property Managed ion Ij firewood . 3570 r-ndos (Apt. Stvtel . 8050 Prramnv tabnM men t innc SnniiMirM n , . 1 ..... .wj ,,. umaos(iownnouses) ouou Heal Estate Auctions film Furniture Rentals 3140 Farmland 8690-8710 Sask Cottages 8420-8440 tpO 1&8 V FishinaHuntina Lodaes .....8475 Rak Pmnnriwc MRnjU7n y'"- " HnlpkMntl an c. rut .. ... inon mi. u,u w.n.o. bjww. inuunnsi ... , T j Mouses tor Sale ..1UM1 y Working Adult Care 2155 Nanny Services . .2170 BBS CUSSrai AOVBlTISnG DfJULKS Word Ads: Deadline for all emailfax orders is 12 hr. earlier (to allow processing time) lor next days pubflcatJon before 4:00 p.m. Exceptions: tor Friday Automotive before 2:00 p.m. Thtrsilay (intludes all Recreational Transportalitm) tor Saturday Real Estate SatesRentaii Classified DisplaySemi Display Ads: set on Classified System Obituary Announcements u "Mtnject lit change during holidays . before 2:00 p.m. Friday .11:00 a.m. for next day pubbcaUon . 2:00 p.m. tor next day publicatJon VISA ?IKl lAa tn in mot-o it narfart hit II ITU u J IU IIIQ!Q n ciltw, uut... Please read your at the first day It appears to make sure your ad Is exactly what you want your readers to see. It you should find an error In your ad, please let us know right away at 657-6200, or J use our toll tree number 1-800-667-6979. We II be happy to make the necessary changes. 3C In 3165 3170 Garden A Lawn Equipment ...3585 8010 VacationResort Properties... 8390 HfjwFni.inm.mB.nui 7n Houses Wanted To Buy 8220 Warehouse Space 8530 Ind. Machinery I Repairs".7570 Industrial Trucks 4650 Removal Service 7690 Real EStilte ReMalS Rental Service 7660 J . Septic Tanks 7360 CondosforRent 9195 9365 Sharpening Service 7720 Duplexes4-Pkw for Rent ...9220 RoomsforRent 9275-9305 Houses for Rent 9135-9175 Rooms Wanted 9345 Houses. Rural for Rent 9235 Shared Accommodation .... 9075 Rental House Wanted 9255 Suites tor Rent 901 5-9095 Retirement Living 9205 Suites Wanted 91 1 S Room A Board Wanted ...... 9385 Townhouses for Rent 921 Room & Board for Rent Business Opportunities 2203 Office Help 2050 Chiidcare Required ..2175 Part Time Help 2040 S., , Childcare Services 2180 Professional Help 2195 Computer Personnel 21 96 RestaurantHospitality ...... 2045 Construction Help 2026 Retail Help 21 88 Garage Sales Daycare (Licensed) 2172 Resume Services 2004 c-u. h'I!' rw. i;hcinni i!7 c.i u... faarage Sales Rural .,-.v ........ caiivl ,w Domestic Help Wanted 2035 Secretarial H.ln hk Drivers Wanted 2020 Specialized Help I!."l2028 HI'WI'IK Equipment .3123 tmpioyment wanted 1999 StylistsEsthetics 2060 nonoies & Lratts .. Farm Help 2030 Teachers Wanted Z. 2250 Hot TubsPools Health Care Personnel 2230 Team Players Wanted 2056 Saunas 3550 Year 2005 4095 Trucks 2006 4494 Help Wanted 2000 Technical Help Wanted 2027 Lumber i Buildino Year 2004 ...4096 Trucks 2005 4495 Uncnitgl Dannniul TJ- u.i- T i. nnnt a im iiwapiuu I wwintsi M.U lldUC nBip Management Help 2192 .3440 Year 2007... Year 2006... Cars for Sale Driving - ..4093 Trucks, Mini-Vans Vans tor sale M EducatJan& Training Career Counselling 2202 Career Training 2200 V Driver Training ...2201 V Employment Services 2205 mim' Job lYainins 2005 Pgt & MnaJS Lessons 2208 . nimuaw Teacher Resources 2255 P Supplies Merchandise Under $200 .3118 y,. Money to Loan 3505 year 2000 1 Musical Equipment 3465 Year 1999.. Office Equipment Year 1 998 .. Photography 3425 Year 1996 4104 Trucks 1997 4503 .4105 irucicsi996 4504 .4106 Trucks 1995 4505 .4107 Trucks 19S4 4506 Produce 3635 Year 1995.. RenoBuilders Materials 3373 l"". " mat HRfj Restaurant Supplies 3375 yZZZZZJlO. Trucks 1993 ZI.M All Terrain Vehicle, 5220 .3000 Satellite Dishes 3415 Year 1991 . Personals ..4109 Trucks 1992 4508 Pet Services 3010 People Finder. .1221 3050 Sports Carlls 3430 u,os J200 Under 41 35 Trucks 1 989 . Pet Memoriams 3057 Tickets SaleWanted . Tools for Sale Public Notices Toys for Sale . .3365 .3111 Autos Wanted 4270 Trucks 1 986 . Personals 1220 Pe.sonals (Adult) 1228 Personal Services 1223 Psychic Services 1222 SupportGroups 1235 Notices .. 1-900Servlces 1225 Tenders 1190 WineBeer Supplies 3380 Special Interest Vehicles 4265 . Sport Utility Vehicles 4525 Utility Trailers 5240 .1180 Wedding Boutique 3475 Sports Cars. Truck Leasing 4695 Trucks Wanted 4690 4x4s 4710 1 Ton A Larger 4530 Mini Vans 4370 Vans for Sale 4360 Van Accessories 4380 Van Rentals 4390 Buses for Sale 4740 Garages tor Lease 4760 Parking for Lease 4770 Recreation Aircraft 4795 All Terrain Vehicles 5220 Boats for Sale 5070 Boat Accessories 5080 CampersTrailers 5090 Dune Buggies 5200 Fifth Wheels 5150 Golf Carts 5320 Motorcycles 5040 Motorcycle Accessories 5045 RVMotorhornes for Sale .5140 Snowmobiles 5340 Snowmobile Accessories .. 5345 Utility Trailers 5240 Deaths 1000 LINK -Jack Our father Jack Link " The Cowboy" has, after 97 full years, saddled up for the last time and silently ridden off into the sunset to join his Heavenly Father and wife Marie. Born Jacob Link in Kronstahl Russia In 1910, he Immigrated to Canada in 1912. He married his childhood sweetheart Marie in 1933. Jack died the 26th January 2007. Jack is preceded in death by his parents Frederick and Maria Link, his wife Marie, siblings: Elizabeth Nein, Fred Link. Helen Thomas, John Link, Peter Link, Anna Mutschler, Harry Link; and 3 grandchildren. Survived by children & their spouses: Leslie (Lynn) Link, Carole (Dwight) Hurlburt, Gloria (Hugo) Tenezaca, Gary (Brenda) Link, and Pearfee (Joe) Hofstede, 15 grandchildren, 27 great-grandchildren and 1 great-great grandchild. The family would like to thank everyone at Luther Tower for making Dad's last years so enjoyable. "I could not be living In a better place," said Jack. Thanks also to Tanya, Darla, all at the TEMPT Group and to Ted and Faye Kiss for their love and care. Funeral service 1 1 :00 a.m. Wednesday, January 31, 2007 at Luther Special Care Home (3rd floor) 1212 Osier Street Saskatoon. Interment at Langham Cemetery. Arrangements by Dalmeny Funeral Home 254-2022. 7 , kj ' mmJ I ii ii ii. Hi f . , ANITA "NEIT" GIESBRECHT November 1 8th, 1 949 - January 27th, 2007 It Is with great sadness Anita's family announces her sudden passing. "Neit" was a self taught artist with unique abilities to do anything she set her mind to. Some of her talents included painting, woodcarvlng and ceramics, which she graciously gave away to many people. Neit will be loved and remembered by her husband, Howard of 36 years; son, Snea; daughter, Danielle (Kyle) and close friends. Hazel and Yvonne. At Neit's request there will be no funeral service. Arrangements in care of Sue Panattonl - MOURNING GLORY FUNERAL SERVICES (WB-saJU) Deaths 1000 McCONNELL The passing of Donald Stuart MnConnell rif nincimnro nnH Aicatrtn Ql occurred on Sunday, January 28, 2007 at the uii lai i iuio neuiu i uju v-enrre, ar rne age or it. years. Don is survived by his loving wife of 48 vears. Lomrtn: rim inhtor donrln rT)ii-hnrr Gartner and their children, Nevada (Joe), Nancllee (Dustin), Travis (Lesley), Jeff (Tina), Jennifer (Norm) and their son, Augustus and juumi juiuuii;, uuuynrer, tayiene luoug; Blumer and their children, .lenn fFrirY Honthor (Jason) and Brad (Jacquelyn); daughter. Lorelei (Rob) Yanke and their children, Derek, nnllns nnrl nulnrv inn Drvina., rrrr. V Connell and their children, Sheldon (Jessica), Brendan, Tanner and Lacev Anne: three great-grandchildren, Kayden and Nolan Gavelin and Jaydon Jessiman; two brothers, Gib McConnell and Roy (Sue) McConnell; numerous sisters nnrl hrnthers-in-lnu niorac nephews and cousins; and one aunt! Madeline (George) Vollans. The Funeral Service will be held on Tuesday, January 30, 2007 fit 9-rm nm nt tho Aicotnn rnmm, .r.lw U-ill Wiseton, SK with Rev. Jo-Ann Hills and Pastor jonn senwooa officiating, interment will take place In the Holt Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to The Dlnsmore Handl Van, The Wiseton United Church or The Dlnsmore Health Care Centre. Arrangements are In care of the OUTLOOK FUNERAL CHAPEL. v William (Bill) Junop February 1 2, 1 925 - January 25, 2007 William (Bill) Junop was born on February 12, 1925 at Asquith, SK. He was the fifth child of seven children born to August and Caroline Junop. He was raised and lived In the Avondale District his whole life. He attended Avondale school In the early years of his life before settling down on the home place where he lived and farmed for the remainder of his life. On October 12, 1961, he married Peggy Casement, to them were born three children Barbara, Leonard, and Bernie. Bill passed away at the Parkridge Centre In Saskatoon on Thursday morning, January 25, 2007. He was predeceased by his father August In 1957; mother Caroline In 1977; brother Arden In 1967; sisters, Margaret In 2000, and Mildred In 2005; brothers-in-law, Wes Klelo In 1990, Harold Douglas In 2000, Allan Casement In 2004, James Rutledge In 1 996. Bill Is survived by his wife Peggy; his three children, Barbara, Leonard (Noreen), and Bernie; two sisters, Wlnny Kielo and Rena Douglas; brother. Jack (Elizabeth); brother-in-law, Jim Chovln; and numerous nieces and nephews. The Funeral Service will be held on Wednesday, January 31. 2007, at 10:30 a.m. at ttie Acadia Drive Funeral Chapel (915 Acadia Drive). Interment to follow In Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Arrangements entrusted to Mervin G. Oleksyn, ACADIA DRIVE FU-NERAL CHAPEL 955-1600. Deaths 1000 LEVERICK Thomas (Tom) William 1930-2007 It Is with great sorrow that we announce the sudden passing of our beloved husband, father, grandfather, and great grandfather on Thursday, January 25, 2007 at St. Paul's Hospital In Saskatoon, SK. Tom was predeceased by his parents Arthur and Elsie, and siblings Sydney, Alfred, and Muriel, and Infant son David. Tom Is lovingly remembered by Pat, his wife of 52 years; his eldest son Bryan (Penny), grandchildren Alona and Chad (Krlsty); his son Howard (Patty), grandchildren Karl and Danny (Camllle), great-granddaughter Kylee; and his daughter Kathryn, grandchildren Kyle and Kayleigh. He touched me lives of many and will be greatly missed by all. Tom was born and raised In Regina, and was always very Interested In sports. He pitched for the Regina Red Sox and played hockey for several teams In and around Regina. He started with Sun Electric In Regina as an apprentice electrician In 1949. After receiving his journeyman status and working In the trade, he taught trade school in Saskatoon for 2 years. In 1960 the family moved to Brandon, followed by Swift Current In 1962. They moved to Saskatoon in 1964 to open an office under the name of Young Electric. After a re-organization in 1975 the company became Sun Electric which he managed until his retirement In 1990. During this time he was the president of the Saskatchewan Electrical Contractor's Association and the Saskatoon Construction Association. Tom always enjoyed golf, was a member of the Riverside Country Club and a founding member of Moon Lake Golf and Country Club where he proudly shot 2 under par 70 In 1994. His favorite saying was, "It never rains on the golf course." When he wasn't on the golf course. Tom happily fished and hunted throughout the province. He truly enjoyed the outdoors, especially summers at the cottage at Regina Beach. In his retirement, Tom took up wood carving and carved many birds and unique pieces. He always enjoyed the Ducks Unlimited dinner spent with his sons and friends. The family would like to thank all the staff at St Paul's Hospital for their compassionate care. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Canadian Diabetes Association or a charity of your choosing. The Funeral Service will be conducted by the Venerable Larry Mitchell at 2:00 PM on Tuesday January 30th, 2007 at St. Timothy's Anglican Church, 2101 Lansdowne Ave., Saskatoon. Email condolences may be sent to Arrangements entrusted to W.A.Edwards of Saskatoon Funeral Home. Death! 1000 FROESE Jacob passed away on January 28, 2007 at St. Paul's Hospital. Funeral Service will be held on Thursday. February 1, 2007 at 11:00 a.m. from First Mennonlte Church, 418 Queen St., Saskatoon, SK. Interment to be held at Hanley Cemetery. Full obituary to follow In Wednesday's edition of the StarPhoenix. Arrnnnomontc ontn ictorl tr MARTENS WARMAN FUNERAL HOME (934-4888). LOEWY (DUVALL) Jesse. The family of Jesse (Duvall) Loewy announces his passing on .Inni inrv 9ftth 9IYI7 Tho Pi morn! 5on,io ...III ha held at 1:00 p.m. Thursday, February 1st, 2007 ui me cnapei or saskatoon i-unerai Home. Condolences may be emailed to A complete obituary will appear In Wednesday's paper. Arrangements are entrusted to SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME, 244-5577. 1 -j BRATLIEN Beatrice Louise Bratllen, born May 31, 1907, passed away peacefully on January 26, 2007. A Memorial Service will be held at a later date. Paul Armand Lemlre LEMIRE Paul Armand. Paul returned to his creator on Sunday, January 28th, 2007. Paul was born on October 19th, 1938. He was raised in Val Marie, Saskatchewan where he attended Elementary and High School, except for some time when he attended Gravelbourg College. Paul married Patricia Bouvier at Lisieux, Saskatchewan on April 21st, 1965. For a few years they made Val Marie their home. In 1970, they moved to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan where Paul attended the Saskatchewan Technical Institute taking a trade in Auto Body. Together, Paul and Patricia raised a beautiful family. Surviving Paul are his wife, Patricia; daughter, Caroline; son, Richard (Rae-Ann); grandchildren, Justin, Danielle and Kayla; daughter, Lynn (Sandeep) and granddaughter Nevaeh; brothers, Lionel Lemire (Alice), Maurice Lemlre (Nodlla); sisters, Ceclle Dumonceaux (Henri), Alice Hammond (Maurille); sisters-in-law. Marguerite Lemlre, Rita Lemlre; and brother-in-law, Arthur Gauthier. Paul was predeceased by his parents, Arthur and Arline Lemlre; four brothers: Robert, Albert, Marcel, Joseph; and three sisters: Llllanne Dumonceaux. Nodlla Lemlre, Carmel Gauthier. Prayers will be held on Wednesday, January 31st, 2007, at 7:00 p.m. and a Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Thursday, February 1st, 2007, at 10:00 a.m. Both services will be held at St. Patrick Roman Catholic Parish, at 3339 Centennial Drive, Saskatoon, SK., celebrated by Reverend Fr. Murray Chatlaln. Interment to follow at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. The family wishes to express a, special thank you to Dr. McGettlgan and all of the caregivers at the Parkridge Center for the wonderful care and kindness given to Paul during his illness. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Alzheimer's Society of Saskatchewan. Familv and friends may send email condolences to Arrangements are entrusted to HILLCREST rUINtHAL HUME, Ken scheirich 477-4400. Deaths 1000 I s 'N 1 J- - v 4 1 ) i ? .' V i I V ' i 1 v 1 IffkL J KAZELL Melvin (Lloyd) passed away on Sunday, January 28, 2007, at St. Paul's Hospital Palliative Care Unit. Melvin was born in Ogema, SK, on September 8, 1947. He will be sadly missed by his family. Mel was predeceased by his son, Jeff and his sister, Viola Elaine. He Is survived by his parents, Cecil and Viola Kazell; his loving wife, Delia; daughters, Yvonne (Ron) Holowaty, Melanie (Paul) Maxln; son, David Kazell; and his four grandchildren. A Memorial Service will be held on Friday, February 2, 2007, at 2:00 p.m. at the Ogema United Church, Ogema, SK. Memorial donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society. Funeral arrangements entrusted to Chris Nlckell, ACADIA DRIVE FUNERAL CHAPEL 955-1600. ' SAWATZKY Tho Honth f KAr (Heinrichs) Sawatzky, age 93 years, occurred on January 27, 2007 at the Rosthern Mennonlte Nursing Home. She was predeceased by her husband, Frank Sawatzky In 2000; her parents, Jacob and Kornelia; one brother, Jacob, two sisters, Mary Enns and Anna Driediger; four brothers and one sister in Infancy. Left to mourn are her daughters, Frances (Benno) Klassen, Rosthern; Anita (Willie) Falk, Winnipeg; Velma (Herb) McChesney, Sherwood Park, AB; sons, Don (Dawn) Sawatzky, Saskatoon; Ron (Pat) Sawatzky, Calgary; 16 grandchildren and 27 great grandchildren; one sister, Nellie (Erwln) Bartel, Drake; and one sister-in-law, Hilda Heinrichs, Drake. The Funeral Service will be held on Saturday, February 3, 2007 at 1 1 :00 a.m. at Bethany Manor Chapel, Saskatoon with Rev. Benno Klassen and Rev. Esther Patkau officiating. (A private family viewing will take place on Friday evening at Bethany Manor.) interment will take place at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Saskatoon. Arrangements are In care of Funk's Funeral Home, Rosthern.

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