The Leader-Post from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada on May 26, 1969 · 8
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The Leader-Post from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada · 8

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Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
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Monday, May 26, 1969
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-M Y 25, 1959 (.! M IUL thi; u:ui riost, mem, ssk. :jr: Burial in Regina Funeral service (nr Samuel Gienow, 72, of Balgome, who died Sunday, will be held Tuesday at 1:31) pm. in But-Borne Baptist Church, with Harold D. Sauer officiating. Burial will be in Regina Memorial Gardens. Born in Kdlaloe, Ont., Mr. Gienow came to Balgome in 1911, where he farmed until 1962, when he retired. MortComforfWearlng FALSE TEETH To OTircomo discomfort when denture clip, elide or loosrn, Jut sprinkle o little PASTES! H on your pletee, PAST&ETH hold denture hrmtf. You Mt better, foe! mar comfarUble. PASTUCTH U alkaline won't tour Helps a. "ct plete odor. Dentures that fit art twenual to health See your dentut regularly. GET fASTEETH at all drug counter Advt Mr. Gienow was a secretary of Baptist Church at Bulgmiie; a member of the Saskatchewan Wheat Bool and a school trustee at Balgome. lie tilso was active In sorts, particularly In curling. During the First World War. Mr. Gienow served with the Royal Canadian Army. lie Is survived by his wife, at home; two daughters, Mrs. S. M. Cole of Balgome, and Mrs. B. B. Ilagley of Brier-crest; a son, Howard of Bat-gome; three sisters, Mrs. A. G. Renmck of 2105 Dufferin Rd , Mrs. A. 1. Smith of Kelowna. B C., and Mi's. M. A. Hansen of Chicago; four brothers, Norman of 4435 Acadia Dr., Lawrence of Balgome, Ralph of Craven and Walter of Windsor; 14 grandchildren, and a great-granddaughter. GREENHOUSES & NURSERY LTD. Bedding Plants Everything a Basket Pansies, Petunias, Snapdragons, Marigolds, Tomatoes, Cabbage, Cauliflower. THESE ARE BUT A FEW OF THE MANY VARIETIES AVAILABLE Self Service AU Baskets Are Labelled HARDY FRUIT TREES AND SHRUBS Open Every Night 'Til 9 p.m. EAST ON VICTORIA AVE. Turn Right at TV Station tj IDSft L Leader Pont photo TROB11Y WINNER: Ted Dawson of 2154 Athol St.- (left) recened the president's trophy fiom Tony Cooper, president of the Regina Flying Club, at the club's annual wing persentation Saturday. The trophy is gien to the private pilot graduating with the highest combined mark in the department of transport written examination and flying test. Mr Dawson received 100 per cent in his written test and a combined mark of 92 5 per cent. Queen contest now under way The 1 9 6 9 Saskatchewan Wheat Queen Contest, sponsored by the United Canadian Travellers. Regina Club, is is now under way. Twenty-two candidates and their sponsoring clubs are selling votes. Each 25-cent Ucket represents 25 votes. Part of the ticket sale money is retained by the sponsoring clubs for their club projects. The ACT portion is used for-mental Illness prevention and TB prevention work. The candidate receiving the greatest number of votes will be Miss 1969 Saskatchewan Wheat Queen. She will win an all-expense paid trip to Montreal to visit World of Man. travelling via CPR Canadian and staying at Le Chateau Champlain. There will also be ottier prizes. The two girls receiving the next greatest number of votes will be her ladies in waiting, and they will receive cash and other prizes. CHICAGO NO. 1 Chicagos water filtration plant is the worlds largest. All winners will receive complete wardrobes, a week at the Regina Provincial Exhibition and other prizes and gifts. All other candidates will attend the exhibition for two days. SEATO starts sea exercise MANILA (AP) - Forty-six warships from six SEATO nations Monday began Exercise Sea Spirit, 12 days of naval manoeuvres in Manila Bay and the South Clum Sea Rear-Admiral William T. Rapp of the Un ted S ates, the director of the exercise. c' th operation would demonstrate that the members of the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization have the will and capability to work together as a SEATO force to meet any possible Communist aggression. The ships come from the United States, the Philippines, Austiaha, New Zealand, Thailand and Britain. Every Nova has to make it before we mark it. GM Add Powerglide, power disc brakes, head restraints, whitewalls and wheel covers to this Nova. Take of last years price. ht - V jK.N" Now dont run away with the idea that for less money youre just naturally going to be stuck with less car. Slow down . . . relax . . . and let us show you exactly what Pacesetter Values are all about. One Nova is a better car this year, with an antitheft ignition, steering and transmission lock . . . better insulation . . . improved suspension . . . quieter motor. . . and up-to-the-minute styling. Two this particular Nova is fitted with the options you wouldnt want to be without . . . Powerglide transmission, power front disc brakes . . . whitewalls and wheel covers. Based on manufactures sufgested maximum retail prices, including federal sales and excise tax and suggested siealer delivery and handling charges. Three were charging you $83.95 less than the 68 Nova, similarly equipped and this includes head restraints, now standard equipment. Everyone knows thqt cars, even economy rars, arent supposed to cost less each year . . . but then theyre not supposed to look as good as Nova either. Or to carry six people. Or to do all the other things that Nova does so well, so well. Bringing you pleasant surprises like these is all in a days work with us . . just another way of putting you first. So dont put it off. Talk Nova at your Chevy dealers soon. And be pleasantly surprised. gE7 Pacesetter Values SEE YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED NOVA OEALER AUTHORIZED CHEVY NOVA DEALERS IV REGINA: Hauser Chevrolet Oldsmobile Ltd., Regina Motor Products (1961) Ltd., 260 Albert Street, North, 1850 Albert Street, Phone: 513-1533, Regina Phone: 327-4631, Regina hi C:"-;CS Ladies Seamless Mesh PANTY HOSE e, while .96 First quality, stock up now and save, white the price Is low. Sizes 9-11. Reg. Wooleo Price 1.47 pair LADIES TAILORED BLOUSES Assorted styles and colors, available in broken sizes only. 4 AJ Reg. Wooleo Price I 2.00 to 5u76 each each LADIES FETAL TRIANGLES Available in thp latest fashion colors of White, Beige, Mauve, Yellow, Blue or Black. Reg. Wooleo Price 1.46 each Teen Printed Girdles and Panty Girdles .25 One size stretches to fit size 24-30 waist, pink print. Reg. Wooleo Price .77 each BOYS SHORT SLEEVE T-SHIRTS I-17 each Choose from colors of Green, Red, Gold with contrast trim. Sizes 4-6X. Reg. Wooleo Price 1.58 Lowneys Maraschino Cherries .79 In the 1-lb. box. Delicious liquid cream centre chocolates, great savings. Reg. Wooleo Price 1.23 box W00LC0 DONUTS Choose from Iced, Sugared or Plain, mix-n-match .anyway there simply delicious. Reg. Wooleo Price .49 doz. ORANGE AND LEMON SLICES 21b. poly bag of great chewy orange and lemon slices, stock up now. f Reg. Wooleo Price .67 bag wU YOUNG MENS JEAN STYLED PANTS slim and 1.99 nulr Made from heavy duty cotton twill, shmjind tapered. Sizes 28-32. Assorted colors. Reg. Wooleo Price 5.98 B pair GRAND SLAM GOLF SHIRTS St.led from polyester and cotton, short sleeved never need ironing. Assorted S QQ colors. Sizes S, M, XL. I 03 Reg. Wooleo Price 5.50 each PERKINS PAPER TABLEWARE Choose from plates, cups, napkins and serviettes, all reduced to clear. AA Reg. Wooleo Price - M .39 to .79 each each CHILDRENS BOY & ARROW SETS .76 Set includes bow and three arrows. Safety arrows with rubber tips. Reg. Wooleo Price .86' set ASSORTED TREES AND HEDGES Choose from Chinese Elm, Golden Elder, Spirea. All ready to plant. Qualities A QQ are limited, first come, first served' I wiJ I PAfh Reg. Wooleo Price 2.25 to 2.50 ASSORTED FRUIT TREES Available in your choice of Apple, Plum or Crab Apple tiees. a Limited quantities, so shop early. A I O Reg. Wooleo Price $3 to 3.25 each 5-PCE. BARBECUE TOOL SET 3-6f Set consists of fork, tongs, spoon, lifter and skewer. Reg. Wooleo Price 3.99 COMET DANDELION RAKES This metal rake features long wooden handle, and is great for lawns, ACC and gardens. .DD Reg. Wooleo Price 2.99 each 9:30 A.M. SPECIALS! WHILE THEY LAST BLEEDING HEART ROOTS Dwarf fern leaf, blooms throughout the summer. Quantities aie limited. Reg. Wooleo Price 1.25 cat'll .99 BEDDING PLANTS Choose from Onions, Cabbage, Petunias, Alyssum and many more. Shop early as quantities are limited. Keg. Wooleo Price .67 each 3 'Sf' Sale Prices Effective Tues., May 27 Only PERSONAL SHOPPING ONLY NO PHONE OR MAIL ORDERS ' QUANTITIES ARE LIMITED-SHOP EARLY AND SAVE! h f:

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