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r Phone 569-1100 Monday thru Friday 9 a.m.-8:30 p.m. Sundays 5:00 p.m.-8:30 p.m. Closed All Day Saturday -J The Leader-Post Regina, Saskatchewan Wednesday, November 9, 1977 Section 3, Pages 31-46 MEMBER OF , THE CANADIAN PRESS The Canadian Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or to The Associated Press or Reuter in this paper and .also the local news published herein. SUBSCRIPTION RATES By carrier delivery in Saskatchewan 90 cants per week (suggested) Mail Subscription Rates In Saskatchewan 1 year $66.00 6 months $33 50 3 months $17.00 1 month $6.00 Sat. Only, yearly $18.00 In Canada 1 year $72.00 6 months $36.50 3 months $18.50 1 month $6.50 Sat. Only, yearly $18.00 International Mail Rates lyear $185.00 (Subscription $48, Postage $137) 1 month $15.50 (Subscription $4.00, Postage $1 1 .50) Sat. Only, yearly $32.00 (Subscription $8.50, Postage $23.50) AIR MAIL RATES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST CHARTER MEMBER OF A.B.C. 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Cancellations mads after f rat insertion for following day's paper up to 8 30 p.m. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY RATES (Minimum 3 Agate Lines) 1 Day 54c Per Agate Line 3 Days 38c Per Agate Line Per Day 7 Days die Per Agate Line Per Day 30 DayS 32c Per Agate Line . Per Day Ad-Writers on duty Monday thru Friday; 9:00 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. DEADLINE . CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 12 p m. the day prior to publication, Monday to Friday. WANT AD RATES DEATH NOTICE 14c 7c style 7 point type A WORD . PER DAY A WORD PER DAY FOR 3 OR MORE CONSECUTIVE DAYS A WORD PER DAY FOR 7 OR MORE CONSECUTIVE DAYS A WORP PER DAY FOR 30 OR MORE CONSECUTIVE DAYS Minimum cost per single insertion $1 .65. Minimum count ten words. Signs in groups of Ive or less, initials, accepted abbreviations, etc., count as one word. Special rate for announcements-Births, Cards of Thanks, In Memoriarrt or Engagement Notices. $4 00 for 5C words or less 1 3c for each additrana word. Leader-Post BOX NUMBER wher used counts as 4 words, charge for Bo service. $3.25 not refundable, ft it advisable to use Name. Address, arte Telephone Number tor better results Use of phone number alone is not ceo venter in some cases to out-of-towr readers. ' NOW MORE THAN 225.000 READERS DAILY CHtRWINSKI Tues., Nov. 8, 1977, Mr. Edward Richard Cherwinski, dearly beloved husband of Mrs. Gladys Cherwinski, 502 1830 Col- lege Ave., Regina. Predeceased by his brother, uanus, to is survived by his wile, Qladie, two sons, Robert and Danus, one daughter, Wendy, all of Hamilton, Ont., his mother. Mrs. Irene Cherwinski, He- gina, two sisters. Lois Sherwin, Re gina. Margaret Premtnger, Buenos Aires, Argentina; three nieces and one nephew, two godchildren, Sean and Melissa Jordon, Regina; and his father-in-law, Roy E. Talbot, Fort Qu'Appelle. Funeral service will be held Thursday, Nov. 10, 1977 at 3:30 p.m. in Speers Funeral Chapol with Rev. W.T. Kurtz official ing. Interment in Riverside Memo- nal Park. CHRISTIE Nov. 7. 1977, Daniel Chris- tie, late of Dysart, Sask., passed away at the age of 72 years. Pre deceased by his wife Stana In 1935, one sister and two brothers, Mr. Christie is survived by one son George of Regina; two grandchil- dren; three great grandchildren; one brother bli of Dysart; two sis ters. Mrs. G. (Mary) Frank of Cupar and Mrs. u. (Ann) Fry ot Par- llngford, Man. Funeral service will be held on Thursday, Nov. 10, 1977 at 10:00 a.m. In the St. George Romanian Orthodox Church in Dysart, with Rev. Fr. M. Ivanovici officiating. Interment in Dysart Cemetery. Prayers wilt be held tonight, Wednesday. Nov. 9, 1977 at 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel of the Lee Funeral Home, 3101 Dewdney Ave, John Lipp, Funeral Director. GRANT Tuesday, Nov. 8, 1977, Mr. John McDonald Grant, age 69 years, dearly beloved husband ot Mrs. Isabella Grant, 26 Bell St., Regina. Predeceased by his parents and brother, Donald in infancy, Mr. Grant is survived by his wife, Isabella, one son, Robert John and daughter-in-law, Marlene, Re gina, two granddaughters, Joella Angeiene and Nancy jean, one grandson, John Frederick; two sisters, Winnifred Grant, Regina, Helen Grant, Regina. Funeral service will be held Thursday, Nov. 10, 1977 at 1 1 :00 a.m. in Speers Fun-' eral Chapel with. Rev. W. Kerr officiating. Interment in Riverside Memorial Park. Flowers most gratefully declined. Friends so wishing, may make donations to the Sask. Heart Foundation, 4111853 Hamilton St., Regina, or a charity of your choice. LABATT Jack Laoatt, 79, passed away October 25, at Craik, Sask. Survived by his wife Iva, two sons, Les, Regina, Tom, Saskatoon, one daughter, Margaret Rich, Victoria, B.C. two brothers, Tom, Victoria, Paul, Advance, Missouri two sisters, Rachael Weatherup. Calgary, Amy Strange, Craik and two stepsons and seven step-daughters. Funeral was held Saturday, October 29, at Craik United Church. LARGE Funeral services were held Tuesday, October 25, 1977, in the Fairview United Church in Nelson, B.C. for Don Patrick Large, age 19 years, 10 months. Eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Don C. Large, formerly of Yorkton and Regina. Mr. Large died in an accident Friday, October 21, 1977. Rev. R. Klein and Rev. C. Brown officiated and during the service, William C. Christie sang "Amazing Grace", accompanied by Mrs. B. Clarkson, Hymns sung by the congregation were "Oh God Help in Ages Past" and "I Know That My Redeemer Lives." Pat is survived by his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Don C. Large, one brother, Jim, and two sisters, Lynda and Lori, all cf Nelson, B.C. and one grandparent, Mrs. R. Large of Yorkton, Sask. Pallbearers were Kirk Pierce, Dave Smith, Doug Fisher, Jim Thast, Norm Nordquist, Mark Webber, Dan Skopac, Mike McClenaghan. Interment was in the Masonic Section of Nelson Memorial Park. PATTERSON Tuesday, Nov. 8, 1977, Mrs. Bertha Victoria Patterson, age 73 years, dearly beloved wife of Mr. Tom Patterson, 2036 Pasqua St., Regina. Predeceased by her first husband, Olaf Engstrom, two brothers, Lloyd and Arnold and one sister, Ethel, Mrs. Patterson is survived by her husband, Tom, three sons', Raymond Engstrom, Regina, Alvaya Engstrom, Wishart, Larry . Engstrom, Port Alberni, B.C.; two stepsons, Bruce Patterson, Craven, Ted Patterson, Regina; two step-daughters, Ruth, Iowa, Dorothy, Saskatoon; thirty-four grandchildren, seven great grandchildren; four sisters, flose Nelson, Wynyard, Janet Sioberg, Mozart, Mary Johnson, Wynyard, Mabel Sinclair, Toledo; three brothers, Frank Spofford, Punnichy, Joe Spofford, Leslie, Sask., Jim Spofford, Kimberley, B C. Funeral service will be held Saturday, Nov. 12, 1977 at1:30 p.m. in Speers Funeral Chapel with Dr. R H. Loder officiating. Interment in Tregarva Cemetery. Flowers most gratefully declined. Friends so wishing, may make donations to the Gideon Bible Society. THOMPSON Sunday, Nov. 6, 1977, Mrs. Colleen Linda Thompson, age 27 years, dearly beloved wife of Mr. Lloyd Thompson, 2160 Angus St., Regina. Predeceased by her mother. Mrs. Viola Munns in 1973, Mrs. Thompson is survived by her husband, Lloyd, her father, Mr. Lloyd Munns, Carrot River, Sask., two brothers, James A. Munns, Saskatoon, Robert Munns, Toronto, Ont. Graveside service wiH be held Saturday. Nov. 12, 1977 at 1:00 pin. in Riverside Memorial Park with Rev. B Sweet officiating Interment in Riverside Memorial Park. ' Arrangements in care of Speers Funeral Chapel. 5 CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank the doctors, nurses, and staff of Regina General Hospital for their kindness to me. Also to my friends and relatives for visits, cards and gifts. i Mary Byczynski (Moosomin). We would like to express our sincere thanks to our relatives, neighbors and friends lor all their kind expressions of sympathy during the loss of a dear wife and sister, Loretta Hol-brook. We would also like to thank Dr. LeBlonde and Dr. Sanchez, the nurses and staff of Pasqua Hospital for their care. Thanks to Sister Josepha Wild, Father Balzer and the pallbearers, and the Sacred Heart ladies for the ntce lunch served after the funeral. Alt Holbroc and the family. 5 CARD OF THANKS I wish to sincerely thank all my friends and relatives for their visits, cards and letters during my stay In Pasqua Hospital. Also thanks to the Doctors, .nurses and staff. Their excellent care and efficient service was very much appreciated. Raymond R. (Army) Armstrong. Our sincere appreciation to our relatives, friends and neighbors for the many acts of kindness extended during the loss of our beloved husband, father and grandfather, Johnson Erio Duncan. The memorial donations, (lowers, cards and food are greatly appreciated. Thanks to Dr. Pieron and Dr. Ewing and the other doctors, nurses and staff on 2-4 Regina General Hospital. Also thank you to Rev. Charles Brandow, Rev. Jack Oglesby, the soloist Paul Helstrom, the organist, the pallbearers and Speers Funeral Chapel. The Duncan family. We would like to thank all our relatives, neighbours and friends for the Tlowers, cards and phone calls received by us during the recent loss of our beloved son and brother, Jim Sanderson of Silver Ridge, Man. Uright and Gladys Sanderson, Shirley Foley and family.' I wish to express my sincere thanks to the honorary pallbearers, pallbearers, Rev. James Evans, Doctor W. Free-land, Mr. Carl Hoffman, soloist, the neighbours and friends for the many acts of kindnesses and sympathy shown me during my recent bereavment of the passing of my dear husband, Thomas Logan. A special thanks to Chief Hugat and the City Police For as well as Speers Funeral Chapel, the sympathy cards and donations to the Canadian Bible Society are sincerely appreciated. Edna S. Logan 10 INMEM0RIAM HOFFART In loving memory of Marie, mother and grandmother, who passed away suddenly November 9, 1976. Although a year has gone by, You are still in everyone's eye. We all dearly miss you For you were so fair and . No one knows the bitter pain, We all suffer, but in vain, - God came and took you from us We knew we could put you in His trust. Lovingly remembered by your children and grandchildren. MAOFP . In Invinn mpimnrv nf m ir hi - band, father and grandfather, James Magee, wno passea away November a, 1972. Mo ic at roct Always remembered by wife Sarah, ramiiy ana granacniiaren. SINGLETON In loving memory of husband, father and grandfather, Thomas, who passed away November 9, 1974. Ever remembered by wife Mary, Joan and Charlene. ZAHN In memory of husband and father, Mike, who passed away suddenly November 9, 1974. The laughter, strength and love you shared with us, Will last forever. Lovingly remembered by Ethel, San dra, Linda and Sheldon. 75 LEGACIES MEMORIAL SASKATCHEWAN HEART FOUNDATION Will gratefully accept memorials, bequests and legacies at 411 - 1853 Hamilton St., Regina S4P 2C1. Phone 569-8433. Elks Purple Cross will gratefully accept memorials, and contributions to the fund to assist with the deaf detection pro gram. Phone 543-9010 or write 4908 Dewdney Ave. Regina S4T 1B8 30 MONUMENTS MEMORIALS MONUMENTS MARKERS GRAVE COVERS CEMETERY LETTERING REGINA PARK ST. & 6TH AVE. PHONE 569-0621 Specializing in Monuments for Regina Riverside Memorial Park Cemetery MOOSE JAW 721 CARIBOU STREET W. PHONE 692-4666 YORKTON 107 WEST BROADWAY AVE. PHONE 783-4212 "YOUNGS" ALEX YOUNG MONUMENTAL CO. Phone 523-7372, Scarth and 4th Ave. Opposite Regina Cemetery Gates. Western Monumental Quality Memorials, reasonably priced. 37 Years Personal Service. We don't use high pressure tactics. 1651 Toronto St. Hnone52Z-zzie 35 FLORISTS FANTASY FLOWERS Phone 527-3681 , day or night. SAY IT WITH FLOWERS ." 'OURS Regina Florist Co. Ltd. Capitol Theatre Building 12th and Scarth 527-4198 El MERCADOde Mexico ' Wholesale, retail, pottery, live plants, and other imports 10 off. 975 Winn- peg St., Phone 523-7455. 45 CREMATORIUMS . Resthaven Memorial Gardens Crematorium Burial Pa. 106 Athabasca Street East, Moose Jaw, Sask. Phone 692-8855. Announcements CLASSIFICATION INDEX Births 20 Building Supplies 270 Business, Professional Directory 890 Cards of Thanks 5 Cemetery Plots 50 Coming Events 230 Crematoriums 45 Deaths - 1 Marriages 25 Florists ' - 35 Furniture Refinishing and Repair 210 Fruit Baskets 40 Home Repairs 200 In Memoriams 10 Gardening & Supplies 240 Legacies and Memorials 15 Lost-Found 65 Monuments . i 30 Personal 70 Business Service Directory '100-199 Sand-Gravel 260 Societies-Lodge Meetings 60 Taxis 290 If 4 Employment Agents and Distributors 325 Domestic Help 330 Farm Work Wanted Farm Market Help Wanted 300 Trades and Skills . 305 Motel, Hotel, Restaurant Help 310 Office and Clerical Help 315 Professional j 316 Sales Positions 320 Hospital Personnel 340 Position Filled . 350 Teachers Wanted 335 Situations Wanted 345 Career Training Business Colleges Trade Schools Music Voice Drama Oancing Correspondence Courses Colleges Universities 335 Merchandise, IhI Antiques , 505 Bicycles 510 Cameras Photography 5 1 5 Coins-Stamps 525 Financial 600 Food Market 530 Garage Sale 532 Hobbies-Crafts 535 Insurance 660 Livestock Horses Farm Market Machinery Tools 540 Miscellaneous Articles for Sale 500 Money Wanted 610 Money to Loan 640 Mortgage Loans 650 Musical Instruments 545 Organs Pianos Musical Instruction 550 Musical Instrument Repairs 555 Pets and Supplies 560 Poultry Feed Farm Market Radio Television Stereo 570 CB Radios 572 Sewing 575 Wool and Yarn 577 Sewing Machines 580 Swaps 585 Stuff N' Things 501 Typewriters Office Machines Supplies 590 Wanted to Buy 595 Real Estate fdr Sale fa Apartment Blocks 925 Apartment Blocks Wanted 927 B C. Property 980 B C. Accommodation 985 Business Opportunities 620 Business Opportunities Wanted 625 Buildings, Houses for removal 920 Commercial Property 768 Farms tor Sale Farm Market Hotels Motels 630 Houses for Sale 900 Houses Planned Built 915 Houses wanted to Buy 902 Listings Wanted 910 Lots for Sale 965 Lots Wanted 970 Miscellaneous Property 930 Mobile Homes 941 Mobile Homes Wanted 942 Mobile Homes Parts and Accessories 943 Townhouses 901 Out of Town Property 905 Recreational Bicycles 510 Boats Motors Marine , 885 Camping Equipment, Trailers 520 Motorcyles Scooters 820 Snowmobiles 835 Summer Resorts 788 - Winter Resorts 789 Vacation Guide 792 Rentals y Board and Room 700 Board and Room Wanted 720 Farms for Rent Farm Market Furnished Rooms - 704 Furnished Suites 716 Furnished Houses Wanted 752 Garages for Sale or Rent 776 Garages Wanted 780 Houses to Rent Furnished 736 Houses to Rent Unfurnished 732 Houses for Exchange 740 Houses Wanted Unfurnished 744 Parking Space for Rent 784 Rooms Wanted 724 Shops and Factory Space 764 Suites Wanted 728 Stores 756 Offices 757 Stores and Offices Wanted 760 Unfurnished Rooms 708 Unfurnished Suites 712 Warehouse 772 Transportation Auto Wrecking Parts Accessoiies and Repairs 855 Autos for Sale 800-819 Airplanes, Parts, Service 825 Autos Wanted . 850 Batteries , 875 Boats Motors Marine ' 885 Motorcycles Scooters Trail Bikes 820 Motorhomes 833 Radiator Repairs 870 Snowmobiles 835 School Buses 830 Tires 880 Towing Service 860 Trailer Equipment Repairs 865 ' Trailers Trucks 840 Truck Accessories 841 Transportation 280 Trailers Trucks Wanted 845 To place your Action Ad telephones are open daily Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Sunday evening 5:00 to 8:30 p.m. PHONE 569-1100 50 CEMETERY PLOTS TWO PLOTS IN REGINA Memorial Gardens, in the Garden of the Last Supper, $275 each, Phone 527-9302 after 6. 4 SPACES in Regina Memorial Gardens. Phone 586-51 34 - 55 LOST AND FOUND LOST YOUNG FEMALE CAT Black with white paws and throat. Whit-more park. Phone 586-3077. LOST Black man's wallet, with initials L.D.G.. REWARD offered. Phone 569-9938. LOST 700 block Princess Street. Valuable ten month old red-point Siamese male. White with orange markings. Beige collar. Answers to Jasper. Phone 54502 1 7. Reward. FOUND IN UPLANDS Blue eyed white cat with small black patch on top of head. Phone 543-8369 after 4:30 p.m. 55 LOST AND FOUND LOST REWARD OFFERED Blue Heeler, 2 months old, grey and black with black spots brown and black paws. Answers to Ringo.' Phone 527-1115. LOST GOLD COLOURED GREAT Dame. Between Indian Head and Regina. Phone 543-4909. SET OF KEYS in brown tab, reward Phone 523-7633 LOST MALE DOG Looks like a black German Shepherd with Dachshund tan legs and answers to the' name of Chico. Reward. Phone 522-5518 LOST: 14 block McTavish St., male Siamese cat, chocolate point. Family pet. 10 years old. Answers to name 'Homer'. Reward. Phone 527-631 3. LOST: FEMALE SIAMESE CAT Name Tobby'. 2460 Montague St. Phone 522-3803. 65 LOST AND FOUND ft I 1 mit t ,m miim'3W r-m mn Mm -U iT i s 3 REWARD OFFERED Missing A black with white and tan malamute husky, 11 months old, 100 lbs. from 2229 Halifax Street. Answers to 'Watech' or 'Puppy' very friendly. Phone 569-2979 55 LOST AND FOUND i LOST: Saluki, since August, 24" high, black with white chest and feet. Seen one month ago, east of Regina, Victoria Areola. It seen please phone collect, 345-2494 evenings, Pense. LOST White woolly male dog. Vicinity of College and Broad Phone 522-1316. FOUND FEMALE TERRIER With yellow collar. Phone 525-2974. LOST IN REGENT PARK 2 year old male black and white Cock-a-poo, without collar and last seen on 18 block Rose. Phone 543-1475. 70 PERSONAL Authorized Hoover Depot Parts and repairs to Hoover Washers and dryers, also parts and repairs to all makes of vacuums. (Used vacuums.) CITY VACUUM SERVICE 2732 Dewdney Ave. Phone 523-5908 BOARD AND ROOM and care for elderly gentleman in nice home. Phone 585-0900. WILL REMOVE TREES and do odd jobs. Phone 545-9684. STUDENT WILL HAUL RUBBISH And do small deliveries Phone 543-3651. SMALL BUILDINGS RAISED And leveled; floor straighten; miscellaneous fix-up work; garages bought, sold and moved. Phone 586-6794 for estimates. Reg's Vacuum And repair service. All vacuums and twin tub washers repaired. Rainbow vacuums and parts in stock. Phone 584-8677, after 5 584-3094, 4132 McTavish Street. REPAIR ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES And small gas motors. Phone 543-1908 DIAMOND DATING A respectable introduction service Hours: Monday 9 - 6 p.m. Tuesday through to Sunday, 1:30 - 7:30 p.m. PHONE 527-5182, or WRITE P.O. Box 401, Regina. AUTO BEAUTIFICATION SERVICES A tidy car independent operator. Complete exterior and interior car cleaning, featuring a never-wax-again finish. Phone after 5 p.m. 545-4887 or 949-1611. IDEAL JANITORIAL SERVICES Big or small - We do them all. Free estimates. 24-hour service. Phona 525-5026 FOOT MASSAGE By an experienced reflexologist. For more information phone M. Heath 522-3509 WILL DO ODD JOBS cement work.carpentary, painting, eleo-trical.etc. and also rotatilling and have half ton. Phone 527-2061. LIGHT MOVING JOBS City delivery, reasonable rates, Phone 543-0331. NICK'S FURNACE CLEANING Complete servicing and cleaning. Phone 527-6487. FIBREGLAS REPAIRS Septic tanks and custom work. Repairs to all fibreglas products. Resins and materials for the handyman. Free estimates. City Delivery. MELDON PLASTICS LTD PHONE 545-4355 WILL DO PLUMBING eavestroughmg, painting, repair roofs, hang steel or wood, doors, parging basements, building rumpus rooms. Phone 523-9785. Free estimates on all jobs. SMAlL ENGINE REPAIR Farm engines, reto tillers, snow blowers, lawn mowers. Phone 522-1993 between 9 am. and 5pm. FOR YOUR COMPLETE Fire regulation job. Phone 545-6396. WILL ACCEPT CONTRACTS For cleaning offices, apartments, restaurants, hotels, etc. 24 hour service. A-1 service. Free estimates. Phone 523-04 1 6 office hours 9 to 5. Gay Community Centre For homosexual men and lesbian women. Counselling available. Phone Tuesday or Saturday evenings, 6 30 - 9 p.m.; 522-7343, or write P.O. Box 3414 Regina. Social Club on Saturday; opens 10 p m. 2242 Smith St. VACANCY For senior citizen lady. Phone 525-8810 CHRISTMAS TRIP for two to California. Reduced. Phone 949-2224. WE RESTORE OLD PHOTOGRAPHS Free estimates. Studio II Photography PHONE 543-9085 or 545-1818 . FREE REMOVAL of unwanted automobiles for Operation Recycle. N & J Contractors. Call 545-5059. ??CAR DIRTY?? Give your car a face lift. Never polish again. Interiors, exteriors done. For a tree estimate call Sid Holmes your independent operator of Tidy Car. Phone 686-8523. We make house calls!!. Guitarist available for weekends. Phone 584-8670 after 6 p.m. Happiness Is: Love Friendship Going Places Seeing New Faces People People Needing People Sharing with Someone Your HAPPINESS is our concern Call today at: 525-9174 or for free dating information or corre- sonoence, mail coupon oeiow ro: BEA'S DATA-MATE 1843 Broad St.. Regina NAME ADDRESS TELEPHONE AGE... (Hours 1 -8 p m weekdays) 70 PERSONAL ALUMINUM WELDING GSW Welding Ltd. 1001 Winnipeg St Phone 569-0085 CUSTOM-MADE WROUGHT IKON Hand rails, stairs, window bars, etc. All ypes of welding fabrications. Also, do natal machining. Renner Welding 6 523-2241 FOREIGN Car Owners -laving problems getting your car ser-iced properly? Come and see us at 'erformance Car Service Ltd. at 525 .orne St. or phone 545-8666. REFRIGERATION AND APPLIANCE REPAIR 14 hour answering service. Reasonable ates. Phone 949-1929. Leader-Post ' Classified Ad Accounts may be paid at branches of any Chartered Bank in Regina also Sherwood Credit Union 11 Locations "Made locally in Saskatchewan" . MAGNETIC SIGNS Wayne's Art & Signs. Call 568-21 00 LONELINESS KILLS Operation Alive urgently needs volunteer visitors for most areas of the city. Phone 525-3591 between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday to Friday. QUALITY HOUSE PLANTS 'OVER 100 VARIETIES VAWTER'S HOUSE OF PLANTS 17WaldenCres Phone 522-7274 "We've Got a Lot Growing For You" WILL DO PLUMBING Painting, rumpus rooms, parging basements and repair fences. Free estimates Phone 584-5190. UNWANTED HAIR? Permanent hair removal is the answer. Regina Electrolysis Clinic, now centrally located on Victoria Ave. Call 569-2030 WOOD FURNITURE REFINISHING Pick-ups and delivered. Phone 543-1923. Registered Reflexologist, Mrs. Stewart. Phone 523-1 782. Rototilling. odd jobs, have Vi ton. Phone 545-3634. FURNITURE Small articles hauled, yards cleaned, fenced repaired Phone 586-6794. GOING ON HOLIDAYS? Taking a Business trip? Call Protect-A-Home. 522-7805. WILL DO TYPING IN MY HOME Term papers, essays, business correspondence, etc. Please caH 523-1567. WINDOWS WASHED to a sparkling shine, screens removed and stored, storms replaced. Phone 522-4387. FREE Vanda Beauty Counselor offers to you a free facial and skin analysis. Call Gail at 569-1570. Walls Washed. Phone 522-6307 JBJ CLEANING Walls, upholstery, carpets, vehicles. Call 527-0973. We move, pick up garabage, and deliver. Phone 527-0235. JANITORIAL SERVICE Will clean offices and houses, general clean-ups, daily, weekly or monthly. Nothing turned down. Free estimate Phone 522-4387. Will do complete set of books Payroll and income tax PHONE 586-7202 Will do mechanic work. Phone 543-9428 after 530 pm. GEOLOGICAL DRAFTING Will do geologicall maps, drawings, graphs, etc. Phone 527-2736 after 8 p.m. MERIT PRINTING LTD 704 Toronto street wiH do invoices, statements, office stationary, business cards and all commercial printing. Phone 569-1660 70 PERSONAL HrTON Will haul rubbish and small deliveries etc. Reasonable.. Call 527-9051. Will pick up wastepaper, Phone 522-7429 Will rebuild standard transmissions In the evenings. Phone 569-3985. LAWN MOWER REPAIRS Will winter service or repair your lawn mower, small roto tiller or snow blower. Phone 949-1274 after 5 p.m. 2 MEN with pickup will do odd jobs Phone 522-041 7 BONDABLE TRUCK DRIVER With 3 years experience wishing full time work. Local or long hauls. Willing to move elsewhere in Saskatchewan with family. Phone John at Weybum 842-7353 after 5:30. Business Service Directory AuimmuMwrnoowt WINDOWS DOORS SEALED UNITS Made to fit your present frames. Free estimates, Phone J. Keith McLean, 527-1 768. (30 Years in construction!) THE WINDOW DOC'S PHONE 527-4774 Repairs andor insulation to your pres-1 ent windows. Or will install new wood or aluminum windows and doors. ALUMINUM WINDOWS & DOORS Replace old windows with made tomea-sure sliding windows or sealed units. Free estimates. Phone Karmike Enterprises Ltd.'527-8375. HUMPHREY ALUMINUM PRODUCTS LTD. 375 Quebec St. Phone 543-1655. We specialize in storm windows, complete double windows, sealed window units, fixed panels, complete line of aluminum doors. BABYSITTING, CHIUICMt WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME Anytime. Phone 525-0240 LIKE TO BABYSIT Anytime Phone 585-1719 anytime during the day. RN WILL DO BABYSITTING at home in Argyle Park Phone 949-0345. APPROVED FAMILY DAY CARE Home, subsidies available Mount Royal Normanview district. Phone 545-7987 afternoons or evenings. WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME In Argyle Park. Two blocks from school. Phorie 545-1 798. WILL BABYSIT PRESCHOOLERS In my home, Monday to Friday, days. Argyle Park. Reasonable rates. Phone Carol at 545-981 8 anytime WILL BABYSIT in my home, Monday to Friday, $6. per day. Glen Elm area. Phone 525-8970. - WILL BABYSIT in my home. Glen Caim. Must be 4 years or older. Phone 522-5930. WILL DO BABYSITTING In my home while mother works or shop-ping. Monday to Friday. Phone 543-2386. WILL BABYSIT In my home Phone 522-8214. 1000 12 Ave. WILL DO BABYSITTING in my home by St. Paul's school on Atkinson St. Call 527-1820. WILL BABYSIT In my home, Normanview south Phone 545-2826 WILL BABYSIT in my home. 2 - 4 year olds, 800 Argyle Street. Phone 525-1 113. WILL BABYSIT In my home, Monday to Friday, ages 3 and up. Glencairn area. Phone 523-2987. WILL BABYSIT In my home. Dieppe, days. Phone 545-7393. WILL BABYSIT In own home, downtown area Phone 569-8190 WILL BABYSIT In own home, Glen Elm area Phone 525-1470 WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME Monday to Friday McCarthy Blvd. and Sherwood Drive. Phone 545-2922. WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME Monday to Friday. Glen Elm Trailer Court. Phone 522-8390 I WILL BABYSIT Monday to Friday, Near Northgate Mall. Phone 545-6979. WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME Uplands. Phone 545-7983. LEADER-POST CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING . REMEMBRANCE DAY , (Friday, November 11th) SCHEDULE OPEN THURSDAY, Nov. 10th, 9.00 a.m. - 5.00 p.m. CLOSED THURSDAY EVENING OPEN FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11th 5.00 p.m. -8.30 p.m. PHONE SERVICE ONLY PHONE 569-1100

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