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BHiliiMHiiHiliiHBaMIBHiHiiHMaBiHHMH Adult Care 2155 Business Opportunities 2203 Childcare Required 2175 Nanny Services 2170 Office Help 2050 Part Time Help 2040 Childcare Services 2180 Professional Help 2195 Computer Personnel 2196 RestaurantHospitality 2045 Construction Help 2026 Retail Help .2188 Daycare (Licensed) 21 72 Resume Services 2004 Daycare (Subsidized) 2167 Sales Help 2190 Domestic Help Wanted 2035 Secretarial Help 2055 Drivers Wanted 2020 Specialized Help 2028 Employment Wanted 1 999 stylistsEsthetics 2060 Farm Help 2030 Teachers Wanted 2250 Health Care Personnel 2230 Team Players Wanted 2056 Help Wanted 2000 Technical Help Wanted 2027 Hospital Personnel ,.2220 Trades Help 2025 Management Help 2192 Jr j mm A t taucanoflti imttrrg Career Counselling 2202 Career Training 2200 Driver Training 2201 Employment Services 2205 Job Training 2005 Lessons 2208 1088 ,v 1086 s - 1 ' 111 ci - Acreages 8670-8720 Acreages Wanted 8730 Apartment Blocks 8540-8550 B. C. Properties 8480-8510 Bed 'n' Breakfast 8472 Buildings 8620 Business Opportunities 8580 Campsites 8405 Commercial Prop 8630-8640 Condos (Apt. Style) 8050 Condos (Townhouses) 8060 Farmland 8690-8710 FishingHunting Lodges 8475 HotelsMotels 8560 Houses for Sale 8010 Houses Wanted To Buy 8220 Investments 8570 Investment Properties 8660 Listings Wanted 8370 Lots 8740-8760 Mobile Homes . 8240 Mortgages . Open Houses 8115 Out of Province 8390-8410 Property Management 8290 Property Wanted 8360 Real Estate Auctions 8330 Sask. Cottages 8420-8440 Sask. Properties 8460-8470 Stores 4 Offices .......8590-8610 VacationResort Properties.. ..8390 Warehouse Space 8530 Real Estate Rentals - . . Agriculture Custom Farming 7125 Farm Equipment Dealers ....7060 Farm Equipment Sate 7090 Farms Wanted 7450 Feed (Seed 7180 Grain DryingCleaning 7130 Grain Trailers 4670 Grain Trucks 4660 Horse Trailers 7210 Livestock 4 Accessories ....7150 Livestock Trailers 7160 Stables 7240 Induttrial Heavy Equipment Rental ....7600 Ind. Machinery 4 Repairs . .7570 Industrial Trucks 4650 Removal Service 7690 Rental Service 7660 Septic Tanks 7360 Sharpening Service 7720 Teacher Resources .... Tutoring Personals ..2255 ..2206 Companions 1230 People Finder 1221 Personals 1220 Personals (Adult) 1228 Personal Services 1223 Psychic Services 1222 Support Groups 1235 1-900 Services 1225 Furniture Rentals 3140 Garage Sales 3165 Garage Sales Rural 3170 Garden 8 Lawn Equipment... 3585 HealthWellness Equipment. .3123 Hobbies & Crafts 3440 Hot TubsPools Saunas 3550 Lumber 4 Building Supplies 3370 Merchandise Under $200 . .3118 Money to Loan 3505 Musical Equipment 3465 Office Equipment & Supplies 3090 Photography 3425 Produce 3635 RenoBuilders Materials 3373 Restaurant Supplies 3375 Satellite Dishes 3415 Sound Equipment 3460 Sports 1 Recreation Equipment. ..3122 Sports Cards 3430 Student Shop 3117. Tickets SaleWanted 3382 Tools lor Sale 3365 Toys for Sale 3111 Video Game Equipment 3410 Notices 1180 Wedding Boutique 3475 Tenders 1190 WineBeer Supplies 3380 Condos for Rent 9195 Diiplexes4-Plex for Rent 9220 Houses for Rent 9135-9175 Houses, Rural for Rent 9235 Rental House Wanted 9255 Retirement Living 9205 Room 4 Board Wanted 9385 Room & Board for Rent 9365 Rooms for Rent 9275-9305 Rooms Wanted 9345 Shared Accommodation ,...9075 Suites for Rent 9015-9095 Suites Wanted 9115 Townhouses for Rent 9215 Importation - v - Pets & Animals Pet Supplies 3000 Pet Announcements 3005 Pet Services 3010 Dogs 3020 Cats 3050 Other Pets 3055 Pet Memoriams 3057 PuLOc Notices Cars lor Sale Year 2005 4095 Year 2004 4096 Year 2003 4097 Year 2002 4098 Year 2001 4099 Year 2000 4100 Year 1999 4101 Year 1998 .4102 Year 1997 .4103 Year 1996 4104 Year 1995 .4105 Year 1994 4106 Year 1993 4107 Year 1992 4108 Year 1991 4109 Year 1990 to 1981 ....4110-4119 Year 1980 4 Older 4120 Autos $1000 4 Under 4135 Antique Vehicles 4250 Auto Leasing 4290 Autos Wanted 4270 Classic Autos .....4260 Detailing 4345 Auto Parts 4 Accessories . .4300 Sports Cars 4240 Special Interest Vehicles 4265 Tracks, Mini-Vans 4 Vans lor Sale Trucks 2005 4495 Trucks 2004 4496 Trucks 2003 4497 Trucks 2002 4498 Trucks 2001 4499 Trucks 2000 4500 Trucks 1999 4501 Trucks 1998 4502 Trucks 1997 4503 Trucks 1996 4504 Trucks 1995 4505 Trucks 1994 4506 Trucks 1993 4507 Trucks 1992 4508 Trucks 1991 4509 Trucks 1990 4510 Trucks 1989 4511 Trucks 1988 4512 Trucks 1987 4513 Trucks 1986 4514 Trucks 1985 to 19B1 .4515-4519 Trucks 1980 4 Older 4520 Truck Accessories 4700 Semi Trailers 4680 Sport Utility Vehicles 4525 Truck Leasing 4695 Trucks Wanted 4690 4x4s 4710 1 Ton 4 Larger 4530 Mini Vans 4370 Vans lor Sale 4360 Van Accessories 4380 Van Rentals 4390 Buses for Sale 4740 Garages for 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 RVMotorhomesfor Sale ...5140 Snowmobiles 5340 Snowmobile Accessories ...5345 Utility Trailers i 5240 Deaths 1000 1 1 1 it Y. :::. BETTCHER (1921-2005) It Is with great sadness that we announce the Sudden passing of John Andrew Bettcher of Maiasrone, iK. jonn tserrcner was Dorn to John and Mary Bettcher on November 1, 1 92 1 at Fox Valley , SK. He was the youngest of nine cnnaren. He moved to The Maidstone area when he was nearly three years old and attended Maidstone school. After completing Grade 12, he studied at Bethany Bible College, Hepburn SK, for two years. Because of his mother's illness he returned home to the farm. In 1943 he was given a medical discharge from the Canadian Armed Forces. He then took mechanical courses at Lone Star Auto Electric in Saskatoon and worked as a garage mechanic in Maidstone during the winters. Also in 1943, John and his brother Herb began farming together and did so until 1979. Each owned his own land but they shared ownership of large equipment. On October 23, 1948 John married Jessie McPherson of Borden, SK. They moved Into the house that his parents had built In 1936; they moved into a new home In 1985. In all they shared fifty-seven years together. During those years John served on many boards and committees In the districts of Idanell and Maidstone. These Included many years of service to the Idanell School Board, and ten years as a trustee on the Lloydmlnster Unit Board. He also served as Superintendent of his church's Sunday School Program for many years and volunteered in many organizations. John Andrew Bettcher passed away on September 24, 2005. He leaves to mourn his wife, Jessie; his three children: Gordon (Carol), Jean (Eugene) Hamel and Neil (Pauline ); his three grandchildren: Andrea and Marc Hamel, Chris (Laura) Bettcher; Carol's daughter, Jenna; and two great-grandchildren, Damon and Kelsey Bettcher. Also mourning John are his sister, Lora Riemer, of Edmonton and numerous hephews, nieces and cousins throughout Canada and the US. He especially cherished his nephews: Merl, Daryle, and Wayne who grew up nearby. John was predeceased by his parents, John and Mary Bettcher; by five of his brothers and three of his sisters. A service will be held in the Maidstone Baptist Church at 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, September 28. Arrangements have been entrusted to McCaw Funeral Services Ltd. of Lloydmlnster. Friends wishing to make a memorial tribute in lieu of flowers may do so to the Saskatchewan Division of the Canadian Diabetes Association at 104-2301 Ave. C North. Saskatoon. SK S7L 5Z5 ROY John Richard (J.R.) passed away on Thursday, September 22, 2005 In Saskatoon. He is survived by his father, Joe Roy (Beauval). His mother Mary V. Roy (Saskatoon); brothers, Gordon (Kathy), Fred, Gene (Rose), Phillip (Carrie); sisters, Irene (Cal), Jean (Rick), Vicky (Alex), Bernlce (Lawrence) and Jannell (Butch), Dayle; children Crystal and Karlssa, grandchildren Christopher, Christian; special friend Karen Young (Joey, Conrad); numerous family members, nieces, nephews and cousins. Also he had many, many close friends. He was predeceased by his sister Sheila, brother Rene and grandparents. The Wake to be held Monday, September 26. 2005 until Wednesday. September 28. 2005 In Beauval. Funeral services are on Wednesday at 2:00 p,.m. at St. Mary Magdaline Roman Catholic Church. Beauval. SK. Interment -Beauval Cemetery. Deaths 1000 O'CONNOR The death of Mrs. Joan Eileen (nee MacKenzie) (Field) O'Connor of Humboldt occurred at St. Elizabeth s Hospital, Humboldt, on Sunday, September 25, 2005, at the age of 73 years. Joan will be lovingly rememDerea Dy ner nusoana, brian bua u uonnor or HumooidT; two sons, tour arana ,Chlldren.anc; one greatrgrandson! Donald (Lynn) Field and family, Alii Field and son Ryan, and Dale (Megan) Field, all of Saskatoon; and Collin (Michelle) Field and family, Jon Field and Jennifer Field, all of Cold Lake, AB; one brother and two sisters: Bruce MacKenzie (Chris) of Forestburg, AB; Marlene trintner tunuck) ot uunaurn; ana h.a. trete) Munro of White Fox; sister-in-law, Anne MacKenzie of Langley, BC; and by numerous nieces and nephews. The Funeral Service for joan win oe neia at bcnuier-Leteovre Funeral Chapel, 627 7th. St., Humboldt, on Thursday, isepremper w, zjus, at zuu p.m., omciatea by Rev, Al Hlngley, Interment will follow in the Legion becnon or me HumDoiat kudiic Cemetery. Memorial donations may be directed to the St. Elizabeth's Hospital Foun dation. SCHULER-LEFEBVRE, Humboldt, (306-682-4114) SLATER Mary-Lynne, age 57, passed away at Royal University Hospital on Saturday, September 24th, 2005 following a brief battle with leukemia. She is dearly loved ana rememDerea Dy ner rnree aaugnters: Charlotte (Richard) Myers of Findlafer,SK; Jennifer Kurtz of Mercer Island, Washington; and Erin Collier of Saskatoon and their father Howard Kurtz of Saskatoon; her three dear grandchildren: Allysa Besenski; Kay-Lynne and Emily Collier; her three sisters: Kellie Slater of Saskatoon; Sharon (David) Coflln of Carduff, Wales; Charlotte (Wayne) Slater-Lunsford of Lancaster, Californla;her brother Brian Slater of Saskatoon; also numerous nieces. neDhews. aunts, uncles, and cousins. She was predeceased by her parents George and Kathleen Slater; her Infant Dromer uonaia yater. me Mass ot Christian Burial will be celebrated on Wednesday, September 28th at 1 1 :00 a.m. at St. Philip Neri Roman Catholic Church (Taylor Street and Munroe Avenue) with Rev. Father Les Paquln as the celebrant. Following the reception, the cremation rite of Committal will take place in her parents plot In Prince Albert Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, memorials would be appreciated if directed to Tamara's House or to the M.S. Society of Saskatchewan. Condolences may be emailed to www.mourningglory.ca co John Schachtel (978-5200) KLASSEN Maria (Buhler) passed away on Saturday. SeDtember 24. 2005 at 1:30 a.m. in the Warman Mennonite Special Care Home. She was born March 16, 1916. She is lovingly rememoerea Dy ner eignr cnnaren, Lena (Jake) Janzen. Susie (Abe) Hamm, Jake (Mary) Klassen, Ike (Nettie) Klassen. John (Gertrude) Klassen, Henry (Verna) Klassen, Tina (Ernest) Froese, Dave (Elaine) Klassen; son-in-law, Henry Ens; 34 grandchildren and 38 great grandchildren. The Funeral Service will be held on Thursday, September 29, 2005 at 10:00 a.m. from Warman Bergthaler Mennonite Church, 206 2nd St. W. Warman, SK with Bishop George Buhler and Rev. Howard Peters officiating. Interment at Gruenthal Bergthaler Mennonite Church Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to Warman Mennonite Special Care Home. Warman, SK. Arrangements are in care of DALMENY FUNERAL HOME, 254-2022. Deaths 1000 l.T ' 'A J i ;-."&Hv'-:--v ERICKSON Lillian Arlene passed away on Saturday, September 24, 2005 at St. Paul's Hospital In Saskatoon. Lillian was born on December 28, 1923. She is lovingly remembered by her brother, Maynara Erlckson and his wife, Edna of Blggar; and her brother, Emil Erickson and his wife, Hannah of Valley Park; by her nephew, Ian and his son, Noel of Saskatoon; by niece. Carmen of Saskatoon; and by niece and nephews. Lynda, David and Ted of Edmonton. She was predeceased by her parents, Lewis and Anna Erlckson; sisters, Norene and Nora, and a brother, Melvln. Lillian was raised in the Valley Park area, south of Saskatoon, and then spent her working life in Saskatoon. Most of her working life was spent with the National Farmers' Union where she Is fondly remembered. After retirement, she enjoyed travel with her sister Norene and looking after her great nephew, Noel, who became like her grandson. Lillian enjoyed many hours at the keyboard, playing old favorites and visiting with family and friends. We celebrate her life and give great thanks for her presence in our lives. A Graveside Service will be held at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens on Thursday, September 29, 2005 at 2:00 p.m. with Pastor Howard Ulmer officiating. Those wishing to attend are to meet at McKague's Funeral ChaDel (corner of 20th St. and 3rd Ave.) at 1:30 p.m. Donations in Lillian's memory may be made to St, Paul's Palliative Care Unit (1702 20th Street W, Saskatoon SK S7M 0Z9). Arrangements are entrusted to MCKaque s t-unerai Uhapel (664-3131) Deaths 1000 McHATTIE Carol Joan passed away Friday, September 23, 2005 In Victoria, BC. Funeral arrangements are pending and will announcea in weanesaay s eaition. HERMAN Jean Anne Herman, of Elrose, SK, died September 25. 2005 at 1 :20 a.m. She was predeceased by her husband, . ai Herman, bhe is survived by her daughter, Dianne Nicholson and her husband. Bob; and her sister, Eileen Walton. Jean was born on the farm near Turtleford, SK and grew up in spruce Lake. &ne marnea Al Herman in November 1948. They lived in McGee, Greenan, Nlpawin, Wilkie and Elrose, At Jean s reauest there will be no service, Memorial donations may be directed to Saskatchewan Cancer Agency - Head utrice, suite 4UU-263 1 - iiutn Avenue, Reaina SK, S4S 6X3. Clements' Rosetown Funeral Home Is entrusted with the arrangements. i w CHARTIER The passing of Garry Edward v-i iui hoi , ui munuimo, du, occurrea acciaen-tally on Thursday, September 22, 2005 at the fine fit 61 Vftnrc fiorru Ic ei mlvaH Kw hlc Ism.Ii-i wife, Rosemarle Chartier of Nanaimo, BC; his ramiiy, jacquie uames) kuss of Medicine Hat, AB, Shannon (Mike) Willms of Birsay, SK and JnmeS (Rnnnlol fhnrtlar nf -WilH.-.lo AB; eleven grandchildren; his parents, James unu cveiyn namer or uanao, sk; nis grandmother, Ethel Chartier of North Battleford, SK; one sister, Phyllis (Wayne) Summnnh nnH fnmllv nf Q-icln-ui. mAfhcu. in-law. Jean Panteluk of Battleford, SK; sister-in-law, Patricia (Walter) Muranetz and family of Battleford, SK; and brother-in-law, Nick Panteluk and family of Toronto, ON. He was predeceased by son-in-law, Troy Turnbull; grandfather, Ernest Chartier; grandparents, Stanley and Bessie Galbraith; and father-in-law. Jnhn Pnntoli i Tho Ci win, , vi nviwn, ii IV I VJI OOIVIW Will be held on Wednesday, September 28, 2005 ui .uu (j,im. ui ii res LiKjxy Lane (nrisnan Fellowship Church In Lucky Lake, SK with Prist Rrirrv Mr-fnffin rMr-XnH . iiiwuiiiii WMIVIwlll 1, 1 1571 1 IOI II will take place in the Lakeview Cemetery. ivieiiiuiiui u'jriunons may De maae to me Heart and Stroke Foundation or The Canadian Cancer Society. Arrangements are in care of the OUTLOOK FUNERAL CHAPEL. KOSTYNUIK Georae. of Laura. SK. Dassed away at St. Paul's Hospital on Monday, September 26, 2005 at the age of 76 years. George was born on a farm in the Wakaw district on September 14, 1929. He worked as a grain buyer for Federal and Pool elevators in various towns in Saskatchewan. He enjoyed playing cards and fishing. George Is survived by his special friend, Ruth Gysler. He was predeceased by his parents, one brother and a sister. A private interment of George's cremated remains will take place In Laura Cemetery. Laura. SK. Arrangements entrusted to Kenneth J. Scheirich of Park Funeral Chapel (244-2103). September 23, 1 909 - September 24, 2005 Neufeld Lawrence On September 24, 2005, Lawrence I. Neufeld went home to be with his Lord at the age of 96 years. He will be lovingly remembered by his wife of 70 years, Ann, sasxatoon; aaugnTers, Myn (Merv) uneager, Dalmeny, ana Deanna (Jim) Peters, Edmonton; son, Wendell (Penny) Neufeld, Waldhelm; 11 grandchildren and 26 great grandchildren, He was the last surviving member of the Immediate Isaac I. Neufeldt family. Lawrence was born near Waldheim, Saskatchewan, to Isaac I. and Aganetha (Dyck) Neufeld on September 23, 1909. He married Anna Schultz, daughter of Peter and Elizabeth (Sperling) Schultz, in Dalmeny on April 25, 1935. He was a progressive and innovative farmer, living In me Waldhelm area until 1992 when he and Ann retired to a senior's condo at Circle Drive Place in Saskatoon where they enjoyed making many new friends. He was an active member and supporter of his church and community, having served on a wide variety of Boards and committees. From 1965 to 1992, he and Ann spent their winters in Mesa. Arizona. Summers were spent at their cottage on Anglln Lake where they especially enjoyed fishing. He was particularly thankful to God mat he and Ann were able to celebrate their 70th wedding anniversary on April 25th of this year. Lawrence had an enthusiasm for life and was always healthy and active, however, his zest for living and his health slowly began to decline after he was separated from Ann when she was placed in a nursing home In May 2005. Lawrence was pleased to be able to celebrate his 96th birthday with his wife and children on September 23. The following morning he felt ill and was taken to me Royal University Hospital where he died shortly after arrival. The family wishes to acknowledge and thank the staff of Home Care for their care and helpfulness as well as the staff of the Circle Drive Special Care Home for their care and kindness during the last several months. A celebration and remembrance of his life will take place at me Waloheim Mennonite Brethren Church, Waldheim, Saskatchewan, 1:00 p.m., on Saturday, October 1, 2005, with his nephew. Rev. Eldon Schultz officiating. Interment will follow at me Waldheim Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to me Gideons International. They loved each other very much, even though he visited her every day and it was touching to see mem sitting together Arrangements are in care of DALMENY FUNERAL HOME. 254-2022 Deaths 1000 a. ROBIN The death of August L. Robin, age 86 years of Saskatoon, occurred on September 25, 2005. He is survived by his loving wife, Elisa; two daughters, Jocelyn Robin (Dave Maclnnls), Marcia Olesen; four grandchildren, Nicole (Darcy) Bustin, Charmaine Parenteau (Julien Challfour), Gilles Parenteau. Mayette Olesen; two great grandchildren, Aidan and Ava Bustin; three sisters, Cellna Boutin, Rose Pajot, Denlse (John) Gaudet; and sisters-in-law, Judy Rob-In, and Darlene Robin. He was predeceased by his parents, Pierre and Marie Renee Robin; sister, Therese (Clement) Bonthoux; brothers, John (Louise) Robin, Maxime Robin, Paul Robin, Reml Robin; and brothers-in-law, Armand Boutin, Philippe Pajot. The Funeral Mass will be held on Thursday, September 29, 2005 at 11:00 a.m. at St. Peter The Apostle R.C. Church, 1121 Northumberland, Saskatoon, celebrated by Fr. Kevin McGee. A private family interment will take place in Rosthern Cemetery. Arrangements are in care of Funk's Funeral Home, Rosthern. (232-5245) REMILLARD Andre. It is with great sadness we announce me passing of Andre on Sunday, September 25, 2005 at his residence. He will be sadly missed by his partner, Line Remlllard and his daughters, Sarah and Samantha Remlllard, all of Saskatoon. It was Andre's wish that no funeral service be held In his memory but that his life be celebrated in the manner in which he lived, happy, hardworking and generous. remembering photos, tributes, more.

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