Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada on November 24, 1952 · 20
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Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
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Monday, November 24, 1952
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r SAKKATOOK STAR-PHOENIX, MONDAT. NOVEMBER tt, Itjf thOt TWEMTI 5" Wtorot? Ads Aee'eed BaB& 8.3 APJ. 53 P.rJ. Mwme 23242 Present Awards ' KERROBERT. Awards won by students during the last year were presented . at a brief ceremony in the hjsh school here recently with L. Hunt of the school staff, as chairman. C. Adie, on behalf of the Board of Trade, presented the grade nine award to Arden Mack; Miss Irene Boyle presented W.H.O. women's service club award for grade 10 to Donald Bick: and Judge MacKay , presented the Masonic Lodge award for grade 11 to- Verna King. Both Donald and Verna won awards last year. The crade 12 I.O.D.E. $50 schol- ' arshlp was presented earlier to Joe Ostertag, who is now auena-inir Saskatoon Normal School. Mrs. H. Smith, educational secretary of the local I.O.D.E. chapter, presented yearly calendars to the room teachers. . - - Wilkie Big Game I In liters Reward etl WILKIE. Three local big game hunters, Ross 'Clements, Ben Col-linson and Don Phelps, werev successful in a recent trip to the district northeast of Prince Albert. Mr. Clements bagged a 14-point elk weighing approximately 1.000 pounds with a horn spread of 46 Inches, antlers 44 inches high, and spikes each 20 inches and evenly spaced. He said he intended to have the head mounted and dis played in his store. . Mr Collinson shot a buck deer and Mr. Phelps, a young elk. Foam Lake1 Club Elects Officers FOAM LAKE. Mrs. C. P O'Dell was elected president of the local ladles curling club at its re cent annual meeting. Mrs. M. Ru bin was chosen vice-president with Miss Helen Dewar, secretary-treasurer, and Mrs. HT Parnell and Mrs. J. Fitzgerald, executive members. ' The club decided to affiliate with the Saskatchewan Curling As sociation and to hold a bonspiel next February. . , REALIZED $20 SALTCOATS. The -Evening circle of the Ladies' Aid of the local United Church realized $20 j from a recent tea and rag drive! held in the church parlors. ' i Boy Shot Dead 1 ST. LOUIS AP) Raymond Schwarzen, 14, was accidentally! shot to death yesterday when a man fired "target practice" shots into two cardboard boxes In which the boy was playing. . : RATES Star-Phoenix Want Ad Ratest Three Cents Per Word Per Dav Six Consecutive Insertions for the Prl.-a n Fi Minimum Charge Per SinRle Insertion 35c! Minim, in fno. in tl, 1 wuii, . i nuiuh Initial letters, etc.. Cnilnt mm nn atnrA Where 10 tsolnt nr Inrse Ivn, la AmrA by the advertiser the rate per word is 7c per day. Minimum count 10 words. Minimum transaction 85 cents. Figures in groups of five or less, dollar marks. Initial letters, etc., count as one word. Where one line Is set in 10 point and the balance set Ui ordinary classified type the-charge Is 40c per line per day for the 10 point line. Where the use of a box number is desired count as four words extra. It replies are to be mailed , to out-of-town points, please add 10 cents to cover cost of postage. City advertisers must pick up box replies at the Star- rnoenix otttce. . NOTICES Births, $1.00; Marriagea and Deaths. In Memoriams, Engagements, Cards of Thanks, etc. Rates $1.50 per Insertion of 10 lines or less, extra line of five words eacn, iso per una. -. Display Advertising 8!CH:rlTL OP COPY ACCEPTANCE 12 NOON DAILY A9 FOLLOWS: SATURDAY .... for Tuesday's Paper MONDAY , Wednesday Paper TUESDAY -m,,,! for Thursday's Papei WEDNESDAY - for Friday a Paper THURSDAY for Saturday Paper rttlUAY lor Monday's Pa pel tn Prince Albert Advertising Copy may be lott with the Northern News Agency. OFFICEHOURS . Monday to Friday, 8 30 a.m. to 8 30 p.m. Saturday, 8.30 a.m. to 5 p m. Closed All Day Sundays and Hnltdaya WANT AO hqi A - WANT AO PHONE t)H 1 PHONE SUBSCRIPTION RATES MAIL RATES IN CANADA I year ,--...,...$12 00 months ,, , ,, 6 50 5 months , , , 3.50 1 month 150 To United States and Great Britain: I year ..Jlr,...., ,,.,.. , ,. m ,,, fis on 6 months nn... 8 50 3 mnrfths r. i L, . .ih..i.u ,.j 5.00 1 month ........ . 3.00 STRICTLY BUSINESS By MacFeatters . '' ; ' "r (ft p J 1 f 1 ' "By the way, Dear, I hired a new secretary last July. Quite a . . , , looker tool" - TENDERS PETROLEUM AND NATURAL CAS RIGHTS , MISTAWASIS INDIAN RESERVE 101 GEPARATC SEALED tendtrs will be rf-eeived until 1 p.m., Thursday the 15th day of January, 1853, for permita undei the regulations respecting Petroleum and Natural Gaa on Indian Reserves and Indian Lands In the following parcel! of land In Mlalawasle Indian Reserve No. 103, In Saskatchewan: PARCEL A: In Township 4P-6-3, fractional sections 6. 7, IS, 16. IT and 18. lying within the Indian Reserve: W's Section 3 and sections 4. 5. 8. and 10. In Township 48-6-3, fractional section 31. lying within the Indian Reserve and sections 32 and 33 and W', and S.E.Va section 34. Excepting thereout a surveyed road as on Plan 6241 in Indian Affairs Survey Records, Area -11,240 lines, more, or less. " Minimum Value $620.00. PARCEL B: In Township 48-6-3. fractional section? 6, 7, 18, 18 and3o lying within the Indian ReserveT""w section 4. sec tions S, 8, , 13, 14, IT, 20, 21, 12, 27, hi ana z. Excepting thereout a survey road as on Plan 6241 in Indian Affairs Bur vey Records. Area 0.600 acres, more or leas. Minimum Value $963.00. PARCEL C: In Township 48-6-3: N. '4 and S.W. section 1, section 12, fractional section 13. ivinff with n the Ind an Reserve. , In Township 49-3-3, fractional sections 6, 7 and 18, lying within the Indian tteserve. , In Township 48-6-3. sections J. 2. N.E.'i 10. W", and N.E.1, 11, sections 12 and 13, W ft section 24, section 25, S.E.V,, N W otinn IS In Township 48-5-3, fractional sectloitl . 7. 18. S.W.V, IB and Wft 31, lying within the Indian Reserve Excepting thereout a surveyed road n on Plan 6241 in Indian Affairs Survey Records. , Area 7,530 acres, tnore or less. . Minimum Value $760.00. Tenderers may bid on ' one or more parcels. A separate tender must be made for each parcel In a separate seaiea envelope marxea "Tender for Mlstawasls Reserve Farcel A lor B or Cl". :,..,.. ; j . ,C Each tender must be accompanied by an ACCEPTED cheque to the Receiver General of Canada for the amount tendered, not less than the minimum value, which covers the permit fee and rental for one year. . Tenders must be sent to Teach the undersigned not later than 3 p.m. Thursday, the 13th day of January, 1953. Dated at . Ottawa, . this 7th day November, 1952. of D. M. MacKAY, Indian Affairs Branch, Director, Copeiand Building, " Ottawa, Canada. U-26-e DEATHS GILBERTSON THE PASSING OF Tneodore Adolph uilbertson In his 69th year, beloved husband of Mrs. Olea Shirley Gllbertson of Dellsle. Snsk., occurred at a local hospital on November 22. 1952. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday, November 26 at 2 p.m.. at the Delisle United Church. The Park Funeral Chapel Is In charge of arrangements. Surviving are: Five daughters, Mrs. M. Lord of lamomon, mis. -h. uojk ano Mrs. A Willie of Delisle, Mrs. G. Carlson of Swanaon and Miss Doris of Delisle; two sons, Gordon of Delisle and Arvld of Saskatoon. Two brothers, Albert and Ullbert of Saskatoon. The arave side service and interment will take place In the Frone Cemetery, 11-25-c HALL THE DEATH OF ALBERT HALL. age b years, formerly of 73J Ave. N. soutn, occurred in a local hospital on Friday. November 21st. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday. November 26th at 1.30 p.m. from Mc-Kague's Funeral Home. Surviving are: His widow: five sons, Elmer, Alvin an Vernon, all of Saskatoon; Stan o Alberta and Lome of Chitik Lake; three daughters, Mrs. M. Kelsey of fvTn mi" i u ii oyr J Tre"ton, and Miss Jean Hall of Saskatoon. Burial will be made in Woodlawn Cemetery. 11-25-c HAYES THE DEATH OF JAMES Hayes, age 78 years, of 706 Melrose Ave. and formerly of Elstow, Sask.. occurred in local hospital on November 22nd. The funeral service will ba held on Tuesday, Nov. 25th at 2 p.m. from Elstow United Church. McKaflue's Funeral Home will ha in charge. Surviving are: His widow; two brothers, George Hayes, Saskatoon; W. H. Hayes In the U.S.A; two sisters. Mrs, Mary Walker in Michigan; and Mrs. Ada Gibbs tn Indiana. Burial win oe made "m Elstow Cemetery. .... 11-25-c MARTINSON THE PASSING OF LOUIS M. Martinson in bis 84th year, beloved husband of Mrs. Mary Martinson of 902 3rd Ave., N., Saskatoon, occurred ai a meat nospitai on NovemBer 23rd, 1932. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday. November 26th at 2 p.m., at the - Park Funeral Chapel, conducted by the Rev. H. Hefren, Surviving are one son, Lee, Snskatoon; two brothers, Peter Martinson in Wisconsin and Andrew Martinson In Minnesota; three sisters, Mrs. H. Hendrick-son In Senetor. Wis., Mrs. Thorn In Denver, Colo., and Mrs. N.- Nelson In Redwing, Minn. Before moving to aaaaaioon seven years ago me late Mr. Martinson was a prominent farm er of the Asqulth district for 34 years. The interment will take place In the Woodlawn Cemetery. 11-25-c TAYLOR THE DEATH OF JAMES tttsset Taylor, age 73 years of Saskatoon and Perdue, occurred In Saskatoon on November 21st The funeral service will be held on Tuesday. Nov.l 25th at 2.30 p.m. from Perdue United Church. McKague's Funeral Home will be In charge. Surviving are: His widow, MrK J. B. Taylor; one son, George N. Taylor of Edmonton; one grandchild; one brother, Jnhn In British Columbia and other brothers and sisters resid'ne in Scotland. Mr, Tavior came to the Perdue district 4n 1905 where he was councillor and reeve for a number of years, finally taking up residence in Saskatoon 23 years ago. Burial will be made in Leney Cemetery. 11-25-c FUNERAIS DOLDEN THE FUNERAL SERVICE for the late Sydney Dolden, who passed away November IT, waa held at the Maymont United Church on November 18 si 2.30 p.m.. conducted by the Rev. F. Myers. Burial was made In the Maymont Cemetery. 11-25-p FORREST THE FUNERAL SERVICE of William E. Forrest, who died on November 19. 1952. was held from St Paul's Cathedral on Saturday morning, November 22, at $ a.m., conduced by Rev. J. 8. Robinson. Pallbearers were H. Taylor. J. W. Morris. G. Waldner, M. Crawford, J. Pawlyj, M. Krewef hen. Interment took place in the Soldiers' Plot. Saskatoon Fu-' neral Horn In charge of arrangements. 11-25-C WEMYSS THE FUNERAL SERVICE OF Alexander wemyss, who died on Nov 21. 1952, was held from the Chapel of the Saskatoon Funeral Home on Saturday, November 22 at 2 p.m. conducted by Rev. E. S. Maekay. Pall bearers were: , B. Opheim, T. Wyllie. r. Heath, r . Upton, J. McKay. J Lumsden. Interment took place in Woodlawn Cemetery. 11-25-c IN MEMORIAM LINFOOT IN LOVING MEMORY OF our mother, Annie Jane, who passed away Novemoer zs. Her merit the world required, She bathed tt In smiles of glee. But her heart was tired, tired. And now In quiet she reposes. Fondly remembered by Edwin. John, Somie and Xamily. . 11-25-c FUNERAL DIRECTORS McKAGUE'S LIMITED FUNERAL DIRECTORS . Harry McKague. Manager 300 3rd Ave. So., Phone 13131 xtf SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME-W. A. EDWARDS W. Arnold Edwards Don W. Somers 348 2nd Ave., So. J. R. Yntlnff William Pearson Telephone 5577 xtf PARK FUNERAL .CHAPEL Funeral Directors and Embalmera Mansel G. Blnkley and Jack M. Byikley Proprietors 311 Third Ave., north, : Rhone- 31241-2 "" r xtf MARRIAGE LICENSES MARRIAGE LICENSES, $5; WEDDING rings. $4 to $12. Watch, clock and Jewellery repaid Westarn Jewellers Ltd., alia 2nd Ave., 8. Phone 23384. xtl MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED THI home of the famous Bluebird diamond engagement rings. Stacey'a Ltd. Jewellers. 102 2nd Ave., So., at the sign ol the modern sidewalk clock. xtf FLORISTS MARRIOTT'S SASKATOON NURSERY ill) ana Ave., N. Phone 23300. Flowers for all occasions. Nursery Ph. 22107. We grow all flowers we sell. . xtf MILLAR'S FLOWER SHOP AND GREENHOUSES 214 21st Street. East Phone Day 7777 Night 777S "YOUR PEHSONAT. f I nOTST" CUT FLOWERS WEDDING BOUQUETS ruixtnAu irtittu i &a FRANK J. DOWDINO. FRHS Finn. isi. s-veryinrng in floral needs. Store opp. Eaton's on 21st Street. Phone, nignt BIMKaiXi, xtl VICTORIA NURSERY (MRS. E. McAL inier, miss L. tioni. cue fimuo.. funeral designs, wedding bouquets. 305 yc. a. jrn.-gjobs. ftsry. Fh. 97438. THE ROSE BOWL FLOWER SHOP oo luui street, w. to ensure satis faction and promptness In delivery uy or nignr. xtl MONUMENTS 5a LOVE S GREATEST ' GIFT. REMEM-brance. 100 designed memorials to adject from at Western Granite Ic Marble - .m mg Ave., norm, r-hone 53G5. xtl SASKATOON MONUMENTAL CO. S34 2nd Ave, No. Phone 8377 LOST AND FOUND LOST-BABY'S PET DOG, MEXICAN (.ninauhua, on November 11. Has Klndcrsley license No, 25. Anyone knowing whereabouts pf this dog please phone 93353. Reward $3. 11-26-c LOST ON HIGHWAY KEAR ELBOW Tuesday night, 18th Pair reading spectacles in black leather Case. Re ward. Phone 7013, Saskatoon, ll-25-o LOST ON SATURDAY PURSE CON- tnlnlng hearing aid. Reward. Phone 11-26-c MALE HELP WANTED 12 PIN SETTERS WANTED, PART-TIMF iiu evenings, singara s uowiadrome. '. V'. -:"V' ' SALES AGENT To sell general store rural trade province Saskatchewan, household flavoring extracts, household and proprietary medicines and limited line toilet foods. No objection handling other strictly non-competitive lines providing you give us complete coverage all dealers we have sold many years In accordance with definite routing plan to be agreed upon. We ship and invoice dealer directly from Montreal. You only sell. You nave no investment in merchandise. Must own car and be able to finance your own travelling costs. Compensation strictly commission, liberal percentage. Qurs is a one-hundred-year-old Canadian company, well-known for quality merchandise and fair and honest dealings with customers and employees. "Job hunters" and "floaters'1 need not apply. If you are serious and have successful sales record write complete resume, address and telephone number to Box 421D Star-Phoenix today. An executive of our company will be in Saskatoon December Sth for preliminary interview. 11-26-c STEADY WORK. fjnnn csnriTc Sell Rawlelgh Products in Saskatoon or nearby rural route. Phone 7451 S.30 to 7.30 p.m. for interview. 11-26-c AMBITIOUS YOUNG MAN WITH SOME knowledge of dry cleaning or willing to learn. Apply in person to Veterans Dry Cleaners. 11-27-c WANTED SHOE MAN Capable of taking complete rharge of shoe department In northern city. Real opportunity for right man. BOX 1556 STAR-PHOENIX OFFICE MANAGER Applications are requested for the position of accountant-ofilce manager. Applicant must have considerable accounting and office administration experience. Superannuation, group Insurance, attractive salars. Appl 1 MANAGER CO-OP CENTRE 23nd Street and 4th Ave. 11-26-c FACTORY GLAZIER WANTED AT once, also glaziers helper. Phones 6t'4 29831. MUlwork Limited. 7th at Laurlston. 11-27-c RICH OPPORTUNITY FOR SALES- men. Sell made-to-measure shirts di rect to wearer. Easv to earn $10 dally. Write, Stetson Shirt Company. Postal station "C" Montreal, Il-28-c-s NO ' SALESMAN CAN ENTER 33,000 HOMES TONIGHT BUT A STAR-PHOENIX WANT AD CAN CARNIVAL By R T1 , Sri -J V , . "I just mentioned the word 'raise and he washed my mouth out - , with soap!" MALE HELP WANTED (Continued) 12 LAUNDRY FOREMAN A thoroughly reliable, experlence-l laundry man, to act as assistant to superintendent, and with the desire to qualify for taking full charge. Large plant tn Western city, good working conditions. State experience, salary and give reference in first . letter to Box 1570 Stcr-Phoenix. Do' not reply unless you have ability and f ; 11-97-r " r ' with THE ROYAL CANADIAN N AY "' FOREIGN TRAVEL - TRAINING FOR v ADVANCEMENT ' STEADY INCOME PENSION PLAN FREE MEDICAL AND DENTAL CARE 30 DAYS ANNUAL LEAVE COMPANIONSHIP . - ' - - . . . For full information Mall To Recruiting Offices H.M.C.S. 'Unicorn Saskatoon, Sask. Name Address City Province Education, Grade and Prov. Age WANTED ' Ambitious Young Man FOR WHOLESALE DRY FIRM GOODS Good salary, expenses, car depreciation and yearly bonus. Permanent position. Car essential. When replying state age, qualifications and give references. Box 1571 Star-Phoenix. 12-1 APPLICATIONS INVITED FOR THP position of executive secretary of Saskatoon School Trustees Association, male or female, stenographic experience required and office procedure methods. Write giving all particular, age, experience and salary expected. Address application or for further information to 12A Westman Chambers negina. sask. 12-tt-c , MEDICAL DETAIL REPRESENTATIVE By Lederle Laboratories Division for territory in Saskatchewan. Oraduate druggist of experience In allied sciences necessary. Appl stating age and qualifications to . Box 1538 SUr-Phoenlx- 11-27-1 rrUNTER WANTED LINOTYPR np. erator or combination linotype and i"w man. i.ooa worxing conditions Apply Weyburn Review, Wevburn, ..aask. U-25-c ATTENTION SALESMEN Expanding Into' Saskatchewan, we have openings for security salesmen throughout the province. We sponsor oil and industrial issues. Men with cars and preous sales experience preferred. Apply . by letter only for an Interview. M. C. McLEOD At CO. LTD 405 Grain Exchange Building Calgary, Alberto. . ' - ll-28-c BY WHOLESALE JOBBER IN SOUTH- ern Aiherta Salesman for plumbing and heating denartmenL Reniv stat- ing experience and references to Box .-,iur-r-iuciiA, aii replies ireaiea confidentially. 12-1-c PRINTING SALESMAN ' large printing house In Western Canada wants live-wire local repre-uentattve to solicit printing, lithography and carton business, on part-time basis Excellent opportunity for man now In sales or advertising, and with knowledge of printing, to round out his activities profitably. Write giving full particulars of background and experience In first letter to Slovel-Aavocate Press Limited, 365 Bsnnatyne Avenue. Winnipeg. All reullea treated coniidentlailjr. Dick Turner MALE HELP WANTED IContinaed) 12 , WINNIPEG RADIO STATION RE-quires the services of a radio announcer. Previous experience would be helpful but ability is the important requirement. Must have Grade XII education at least. Applicants should write to Winnipeg, Post Office Box 111, giving details of age, marital status and an outline of experience or emDlovment history. . 11-25-c WANTED MANAGER FOR EMCO Finer Foods; must have first-class . references, able to furnish bond. Steady work for right party. Apply G. C. Hanselman, Emco Finer Foods, 30-i134 2nd Ave., S. ll-2-c SECRETARY -TREASURER REQUIRED for the Rural Municipality of May-flpld. Mavmont. Sask. ReDlv bv letter only, stating type of certificate held,! municipal experience, ana salary expected. --. 11-26-c American Organization , requires the services of two experi enced, aggressive only salesmen to promote the sale of a nationally ' advertised electrical product. Must be under 45, and own late car, Call 29555 for appointment today only, or befoie Tuesday noon. ' 11-25-c AGENTS WANTED 12a MONUMENT AGENT WANTED. THERE are hundreds of unmarked graves .In your district Selling monuments is a good agency. You can add a lot to your Income. Write Box 2001 Star-Phoenix for information. ' xtf TO SELL ROCK OF AGES MEMORIALS. write for agency 4o Western Granite and Marble Co. tf FEMALE HELP WANTED 13 GENERAL DUTY NURSES WANTED lor 50-bed hospital. Salary $175 per month plus maintenance. $10 bonus every six months. - Three weeks' holi days with pay per year. Eight-hour amy. Apply to Matron, wainwrignt Municipal Hospital. Walnwrlght. Al berta. 11-28-c LUCKY LAKE UNION HOSPITAL RE- aufres maid for general duties, com' mencng - as soon as possible. Apply Sec.-Treas., Lucky Lake Union Hos pital, Lucky Lake, Sask. 11-27-c REGISTERED NURSE FOR ELROSE 15 bed hospital. Salary range $170 to $185 per month plus maintenance. The hospital is modern and well equipped ana working conaitions very good Services to commence Dec. 24 oi Jan. 1. - Please make application or inquiry to superinienaenl of Nursing, Elrose, Sask. 11-26-c WANTED. REGISTERED NURSE FOR Waldheim Hospital. Salary $17S plus iull maintenance. J. L. Zacharias, Sec.-Treas., Waldheim, Sask. 11-25-c EXPERIENCED WAITRESS WANTED - Apply Paradise Cafe. ll-25-r WANTED EXPERIENCED SALESLADY lor smaiiwear department. Apply Leh-rer's Department Store. Corner Ave. A and 20th St. - 11-26-c WAITRESS WANTED APPLY IN PER son, nutana Lunch. 11-26-c GRADUATE NURSE FOR A FULLY modern 10-room hospital. Possibility ol advancement to matrons position alter few months. Regular working conditions and one month's holiday with pay. after year's service. Location on direct bus line from Saskatoon and Regina. Apply, stating salary expected ana wnen avauaDie, to The Matron Neilburg Union . Hospital. NelUturg Sask, . 11-26-c WANTED SEAMSTRESS ABLE TO operate power machine. Renew Mat-. tress Shop, 113 Avenue C, south. Phone 4922. tf WANTED TWO WAITRESSES. ONE for night work. Apply Red Robin Cafe. - 11-25-c ATTENDANTS REQUIRED FOR CHIL- dren's Rehabilitation Centre; must have .special interest in nanaicappa children. Please write Box 473D Star- Phoenlx. ll-2fl-c WE REQUIRE A neat presentable person for counter clerking and some office routine work. Typing not essential but preferred. APPLY MORNINGS ONLY MARVIN'S LTD. Il-26-r EXPERIENCED SALESGIRL APPLY it on.vwoodFashion Shop. 12-1 DOM. HELP WANTED 13a ROOM AND PART BOARD FOR GIRL to care for children, mornings. Phone 20130. 11-25-c PROTESTANT HOUSEKEEPER WANT-ed by widower and five children. aged S to 17 Town home. State wages. : uox 1S7I Star-Phoenix. ll-25-p-s MALE SITS. WANTED 14 CARPENTER WANTS WORK WILL make cupboards or basement suites. tpernpur. Phone 82267. 11-28-n FEMALE SITS. WANTED 15 TYPING DONE 8372. AT HOMC PHONE 11-28-c EXPERIENCED CASHIER WANTS part-time work. Box 476D Star- Phoenix. 11-26-p WILL CARE BABY OR CHILD FOR working mother. Phone 23652. ' 11-25-p WILL CLEAN FLOORS, OFFICES OR housework. Phone 6634. 11-25-p-s WIDOW, AGE 54, DESIRES Housekeeping for winter, $40 monthly, on farm close to town. Mrs. Annie Haat-vedt. 334 Ave. D, south. 11-25-p YOUNG LADY WOULD LIKE POSITION as dental receptionist. Experienced, Phone 22046. - ll-27-p STENO - RECEPTIONIST PRESENTLY employed, desires part-time work, f-dny week considered. Bo., 481D Star- bi Phoenix. ,., 11-26-p HELP WTD. (Male -Female) II FOR RENT MODERN . RESTAURANT partlaHy equipped. An excellent money-making opportunity for middle- aged couple. Husband could D em ployed as Janitor In nearby office building. Apply P.O. Box 25, St Victor. Saskatchewan, giving full particulars s( experience and references. U-27-c HELP WTD. (Male-Female) 16 Combined X-ray and Lab Technician Required Excellent working , conditions. Fop full particulars, apply to Secretary-Manager UNION HOSPITAL, , FOAM -LAKE. SASK. Also state salary expected. 12-2-f MALE OR FEMALE CLERK REQUIRED Experience preferred but not essential. Salary dependent upon qualifications and experience, with excellent opportunity for advancement. Apply, stating full particulars to MR. C FITZSIMMONS, MANAGER Cut Knife Co-Op Assoc., Ltd. CUT KNIFE. SASK. or PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT Sask. Federated Co-op Ltd. 211 AVE. D. NO. SASKATOON 11-23-c JUNIOR BOOKKEEPER REQUIRED Must have Grade 12 education, including a business course. Five-day week, superannuation, group Insurance, and other employee benefits. Initial salary $140 per month with excellent opportunity for advance-. ment. Apply to PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT Sask. Federated Co-op Ltd. 211 AVE. D. NORTH , . ' n-55-e Reglna' Grey Nuns' Hospital Regina, Sask. NIGHT SUPERVISOR FOR LABORATORY Applications are invited from registered members of the Canadian So-c.ety of Laboratory Technicians for the position of night supervisor of the laboratory at the above hospital. Salary 223 dollars per month and upwards according to qualifications. i " Address enquiries to; . Dr. W. Stewart Alexander, Pathologist . Regina Grey Nuns' Hospital .... .. 11-26-c MALE INSTRUCTION 19 MEN WANTED NOW TO QUALIFY AS Radio and Television Tecnmciane or Wireless Operators. Government and Industry how pay $219 to $542 monthly depending on length of service. No experience needed to start approved nisht or davtime courses or study at home with parts supplied. Write, without obligation, for free 40-page booklet, stating age and education. Radio College of Canada. 86. Bathurst St Toronto. 11-25-c-s Canada Will Need Skilled Diesel Operators YOU Can Learn Railroads and Industry are converting to Diesel power. Canada will need more skilled DIESEL men! You can be a diesel operator with proper training. CVTC has trained many young men for important Jobs In Canadian industry. We train under skilled professional instructors with times-tested, proven methods, TRAIN THE CVTC WAY No experience needed. You don't need advance technical education. Many ol our students are holding good paying jobs now or using their training to do their own work on the farm. Approved methods are easily mastered. Preoare now for better pay jobs. Writ today no obligation. Chicago Vocational ' Training Corp. Ltd. 1 Imperial Bank Bldg., Saskatoon . 714 Time Bldg., Winnipeg 12520 102 Ave., Edmonton ' 1125 Cameron St., Regina 11-25-c-s FEMALE INSTRUCTION 20 Opportunities for Women AMBITIOUS WOMEN WANTED Pleasant, steady, bigger earnings after learning Hall dressing and Beauty Culture. Literature Free. Write MARVEL HAIRDRESSING SCHOOL til 21st St.. ., Saskatoon Phone $753 t TRDES, PROFESSIONS ?1 Jenkins Floor Sanding Floor specialists. Free estimates. Phone 22230 or 4634. Licensed. tf Building, plastering, stuccolne. kltrhen tauiiicu, general alterations. ro. 40U621 .. xtf J. S. Burst Floor Sanding Linoleum and Tile Laying - Phone 4471 v. McMillan Ejiwerajntjrigpapcr hanging. Ph. 77171 FOR YOUR PAINTING NEEDS. RE- pairs. rn. 6U8S for price that's right. ' xtl SASKATOON PAINTERS AND DEC orators company. Phone $2747. tf Mac's Construction Ltd. Soecialized in home hullHin rnni,.i G. W. McRitchie. 1118 Avenu.'L. n.,,h Phone 4918, tf RENOVATING, BASEMENTS. BUILD- '..' ""rry Parsons, 42 Community Apts. Phone 8935. tl PLUMBING. STEAM AND HOT -WATER HEATING . INSTALLATIONS AND REPAIRS ROSS Mc'KENZIE SASKATOON PLUMBING , , 6t HEATING CO. " 428 20th Street. West Phone 6638 After Hours 23963 Oteachers WANTED 23 QUALIFIED SUPERVISOR OF PHYSI-cal Education for the Norwood School District No. 2113 (suburb of Winnipeg!, duties to commence January 3. 19.J. Salary $3,051-14.051. Applications received by Superintendent, Nor-da'e School, Norwood. Man. 11-26-c CORRESPONDENCE TEACHERS GRADE II Required by the GOVERNMENT CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL, REGINA $232 per month Including a variable cost of living bonus. Permanent first end some high school teaching experience- To -provide instruction by correspondence In Home Economics and or In other Grade $ and 10 subjects as assigned. Applicants should indicate subject preferences. Appointments to these positions will be temporary and effective until about June 30, 1853. Application forms and further information may be obtained from the Public Service Commission, Legislative Bids., Regina. This competition will close as soon as qualified applicants are obtained. 11-23-c 13 LEADER SCHOOL UNIT NO. U Invites applications for the following positions, duties to commence January 3. 1953: Grade 4 in the Town of Leader; Grades S to $ in Village of Lancer) Gladwin School, 4 mi. east of Prelate; Salary ranges: Int. 1st. $1,800 to $1,900; Perm. 1st., $2,000 to $2,500. Apply to L. L Thorson,- Secretary, trader. Sask. 1J-1-C TERSONAL U WHEN YOU SELECT YOUR DIAMOND engagement ring at Murphy' Jewellery Store It assure you of unquestionable quality and confidence, which means so much in pride of ownership. PRINTING Mall Orders Promptly Handled. HOUGHTON-BOSTON PRESS LTD. Phone 234J8 223 22nd St., F xtl TRUSSF.S SURGICAL BELTS We specialize in accurate fittings oi lru:s?s, all typrs of surgical belts, elastic hosiery. Phone, call or write McBcan & Marshall, Druggists. 160 2nd Ave.. S. Trusses, Surgical Supports Elastic hosiery for ladles and men fitted by experienced fitters PINDER'S DRUG STORE Cor. 21st SL and 2nd Ave. S. xtf WASHERS FOR RENT On weekly or monthly basis. MOORE-SMITH 4t CO. LTD. 247 3rd Ave., South , , Phone 20263 xtl RUBBER STAMPS, ETC. Made In Saskatoon Fast Service ROSE MARKING DEVICES Ph. S885 56 York Bids.. Saskatoon , xtl MULTIGRAPHING Printing and Mailing Needs Call 1 MULTIGRAPH SERVICE Phone 4593 Ross Block. Saskatoon WHEN BUYING AN AMES DIAMOND engagement ring you are assured of quality, perfection and value. Lrcdii terms. Ames' Ltd.. Jewellers, 152 Sec Ave., So. Issuers of Marriage Licenses. xtl LADIESI GET YOUR EARS PIERCED at Black s Jewellers. 253 2nd Ave.. So. X2-4-53-C ' "INFRA-CHEM" TRANSPARENT DISPLAY WINDOW BLINDS In amber and blue. Venetian blinds Cornice boxes and all tvoes of cabinet making. BiLi-nrir; rroducts, saskatoon. Phone 22225. X8-9-53-C BRIDES BRIDESMAIDS Gowns and formals for the bride and her attendants. Full line of bridal ac cessories. For your choicest selection vrslt the mezzanine floor at the HOLLYWOOD FURS-LADIES WEAR 129 Second Avenue, North Saskatoon xi-ai-aa-c LADIES THE WORLD'S FINEST GAS RANGE is now in town. See It demonstrated at . ; MODERN APPLIANCES - 818 Broadway - - xtl FOR PROMPT AND EXPERIENCED drapery sewing phone 4471. 11-27-c THE GAY, GRACEFUL DANCER WORE a genuine Ballerina watch bracelet Distributed by McEown's. 210 2nd Ave. south. . 11 -28-c ARTICLES FOR SALE 25 TRADE IN YOUR OLD FURNITURE AT tne Hi-urade Mew and Used Furniture. 417 20th Street, west Phone 7612. xtf For used radios, washers, electric stoves, etc.-All recondition, guaranteed. RECORD SHOP tt ELECTRIC SALES xtf FRED R. KING THE OUTBOARD MOTOR MAN" Outboard Motors New. ITseH. Ttnt.l New and used motors tor sale from $50 up. Sales Service Ave. A and 22nd- St.. Saskatoon FOR SALE A GOOD SELECTION OF usea coai ana vvooa and electric ranges. Home Gas Ltd., 126 2nd Ave., north. Phone 29966. X-7-3-53-C Pawn Shop Selling Out Stock and fixtures for sale, nvnu articles must be redeemed immediately. nppiy anarters fawn Shop, 236 20th Street, west. i vtf LOOKING FOR AN AnniNn ma chine? While they last, the National v-aan negister company offers 22 all purpose figuring machines "the world's finest. These machines are new nana ana electrically operated, some bookkeeDina- mndpls. Prim duced as much as 50. Machines are ta db soia to make way for new models. Easy terms. The : National casn negister Co., phone Mij, 113 3rd Ave., S., Saskatoon. xtf DINING ROOM TABLE. 8 CHAIRS solid walnut, excellent condition; bed auu met je&s. fnone sua after 4. 11-25-p LINOTYPE FOR SALE Model S Linotype. Electric metal pot and electric motor. This machine in daily use and has been under expert mechanical care, ' Apply Saskatoon Star-Phcenlx. INDOOR TOILET. 2-WHEEL TRAILER. Phone 92932 evenings. 11-25-c CUT FIREWOOD FOR SALE IN BLUFF on shares, 3 miles from town. Phone Vic Sommerfeld, 4036-32. - 11-25-p CHRISTMAS HOLLY Lovely Fresh- Berried B.C. Holly, Gift rnvneu. awngarn BOX si. 13. IJe LUXC $2.75. Extra quantity carton $5.00. txpress charges paid. Orders shipped C.O.D. Dec. 15. Send no money. Just name and address to Tyrcll's Nurserv 4081 Quadra. Victoria, B C. 11-25-c-s ONTARIO BUCKWHEAT AND AMBER iuiicj. ausar cream putter. Groceries. Specials on case lots. Christmas nuts and candies, all kinds. Fresh ground SP"",', Y1" Jot price. Phone 6137. Russell Rosebrugh, 208 2nd Ave. 11-26-p ELECTRIC TRAIN FOR SALE PHONE ""' ' 11-26-c BEACH COAL STOVE, WATER FRONT, bvnuuiwi, s-iione funs. 11-27-c DOUBLE BED; ELECTRIC RANGETTE, M-iuj carriage; jseatty gaa washer. 1423 Avenue. B. north. 11-27-p IWUSriKAT COAT AMD MUFF. $100; . .--"- wive uvercoai. nae new, $15; man's station wagon coaL ri rnone 83012. 11-27-c - AUCTION SALE CITY MARKET SALES Held every Saturday, Inside Goods bought and sold for cash or commission. Free valuation. ROSE'S AUCTION ROOMS . 31$ Ave. B, south License ifo, 87 Phone 21822 f U-25-c-s MUSKRAT BACK FULL-LENGThTtjr I-.' "urn one season, site 14, price ; iai2 H, north. ll-ai-o BABY CARRIAGE WITH RUNNERS AT- rri'T?' ,n a000 condition, $20. Apply sw etn Avenue. 11-25-n COFFIELD ELECTRIC WASHER. GRADE . aim iw dooks; eearoom suae: propane range and hot water heater, metal filing eabinet; paint; tools; cupboard; linoleum; tennis racquets.: oabya tub; fur coat, large size, like new; window (lass. 318 Avenue G. 12-1-c MAN'S GABARDINE SPRING AND lali coat, size 40. Phone 84380. - ' 11-27-c CRESS CORN SALVE FOR SURE RE-lief. Your druggist sells cress. 12-1-c-, BABY CARRIAGES. CRIBS, HIGH chairs. Easy payments. Childa Furniture Co. 11-25-c MAN'S DOUBLE BAR BICYCLE, electric Iron, also costs, ladies' dresses, sire 16-18, reasonably priced. 1414 Coy Avenue. ll-25-c-s HIGH POWERED RIFLE, .32 REMING-tnn pump action: .22 calibre1 Mariln repeater. Phone S273 afier $.30. ll-27-p LADY'S BLACK FUR COAT, 1$ OR 16; 3 men's coals. 40. Heavy cloth, lighter - tweed. Phone 8i416. 11-26-r MAYFA1R ELECTRIC Phone 4308, POLISHER 11-25-c TEACHERS WANTED (Csatlnate) 15 RACCOON COAT. 16-18 YEARS, Ex cellent condition. neat snap. 83), Phone 4084. 612 3rd Street. II-25-0 MUSKRAT BACK COAT, SIZE 14-16, Phone &094. 11-25-c 6-VOLT CAR BATTERY, NEW, JHON- -lie: X KnoDoy trend urea, n.ouxio, new; 1 complete wheel with tube. Phone 94484. ll-2-e BABY'S PRAM PHONE 2903. ' - 11-26-c TWO PAIRS MEN'S SPEED SKATES, sizes and 10, regular $18, on sale halt price; two pairs ladies' while speed skates, sires 5 and 8. regular $16, on sale half price, Thompson Sporting Goods.- 11-26-c LADY'S CLOTH WINTER COAT, PER-sian lamb trimmed, almost newrsum-: mer coat; black fali coat; suits, drosses and other articles. Phone 92126, Suite : 4. 423 10th Street. - 11-26-c BEAUTIFUL LIGHT BROWN MOUTON coat, $25. Phone 93160. 11-25-c ONE STOKER "WITH CONTROLS; ONE G.E. toaster. Phone 22637. 427 Ave. I. north. 11-26-n REFRIGERATOR 8.1 cubic foot Frigldaire Refrigerator. Brand new store demonstrator. Only STREB ELECTRIC CO. 4 . LTD. 218 2ND AVE., NORTH PHONE 7901 11-27-c WOOD AND COAL RANGE; ELECTRIC rangette. Both excellent condition. Phone 6371. 11-25-c QUANTITY OF MEN'S AND LADIES' clotning, excellent condition and cheap. Phone $7378. Caretaker's Residence, Exhibition Grounds. 11-25-c MANTEL TELECHRON RADIO: COM- plete set gull clubs. Phone $3827. 11-25-c TREADLE SINGER SEWING MACHINE; price $40. Phone 4471. 11-28-c MAYTAG WASHER, ELECTRIC STOVE, wooden ped, kilcnen taoies, oak taDies suitable for office, large palm tree, tailor's sewing machine. Reasonably priced. Phone 86402 or $7515. 11-26-p ELECTRIC POPCORN MACHINE; B-stool . counter. Phone 21606. 11-25-p ALMOST-N ffW NORGE ELECTRIC range, $293. Phone 6661. 11-26-c CAREY SAFE. FAIRLY LARGE SIZE-Apply Early s Seed and Feed Ltd. 11-25-c SELLING 7 CU. FT. NORTHERN ELEC-tric (Leonardl refrigerator, guaranteed , new condition, $240 delivered. Phone 28386. 11-29-c FUR COAT FOR SALE, CHEAP SIZE 12. pnone 532". u-zo-c LADY'S PERSIAN LAMB COAT. SI7.E 36. $50; lady's electric seal coat, size 38, $25; man's brown overcoat, sire 36, $5; combination radio, $10. Phone 97961 after 7 p.m. 11-25-c FURNITURE 25a EXPERT UPHOLSTERING SHOP IN your own home. Free estimate and samples shown in your own home of re-covering or modernizing lounges, chesterfields, chairs, breakfast nooks, etc. The best in style, comfort and durability. Reflnishing and repairs to all furniture. Car upholstering another specialty. Fix-It Fumiflire Store. Phone 5057. , xtf ARTICLES WANTED 28 WE PURCHASE OLD GOLD. WALTER'S Jewellers, Barry Hotel Building, xtf Highest Prices Paid for men's used suits, overcoats. Phone 4453. Xtl WANTED SEWING MACHINES. ANY xtf make or style. Ring 5662 first. HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR HOUSE- hold furniture, sewing machines or anything of value. Phone 7725. $27 Avenue O, south. N. R. Sawlcki. tf BEST PRICES PAID FOR HOUSEHOLD furniture. Fix-It Furniture Store, phone 5057. 312 Avenue C, south, xtf WE'LL BUY USED MATTRESSES. Highest- prices paid. Phone 4969. x3-25'-53-s THE SALVATION ARMY WILL GLADLY accept your used clothing, boots and shoes and furniture. Please phone 6280 and the truck will call. xtf ARTICLES FOR SALE (Ceallnardl WE BUY, SELL AND EXCHANGE. CITY ' Second Hand store, 23$ Avenue A. south. Phone 7076. ' tr WANTED TO BUY NATIONAL CASH register, drawer operated, registering up to $99. M. Must print accumulated cash total on tape. State model and price. Sask. Government Trading, Provincial Office Building, Prince Albert. Saskatchewan. 11-27-c MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 2Ca SQUARE GRAND PIANO, PERFECT condition. Deautliui Instrument, valued $1,000. Sell for less than half., Phone 4202. T 11-28-e CONN ALTO SAXOPHONE IN GOOD condition. 875. Phone 5335. 11-26-n MACHINERY 30 WANTED STEEL WHEELS FROM 15 36 or 22.36 with six splines, i, uirlch, phone 401013. 11-25-c D.C.3 CASE TRACTOR, $800; 4-14 J.D. plow, $150: 10-6 Van Brunt press drill with trucks snd good discs, $125. E. 'A. Pattlson. Delisle, Sask. 11-28-p FARM ALL SEED TRACTOR. LIKE NEW. See J. A. Penner. 127 Avenue U, south. 12-6-p SWAPS 31 A GOODWILL USED CAR or truck is your smart buv. Mid-City Motors' (1950), Ltd., 22nd Street, between 3rd and 4th Avenue. Phone 5906. 11-25-os. PET STOCK 37 BABY BUDGIES iLOVEBIRDSl. ALL colors. Phone 82915, 637 Victoria Ave. tf PUREBRED LABRADOR DOG, SEVEN 11-28-p months old. Phone 402114. WOULD LIKE GOOD HOME FOR trained house dog. , Phone 401413. ; 11-25-p WAREHOUSE SPACE 43 - FOE SALE . . Warehouse property, close in, Avenue B. Main build-ing 30'xl40. with addition 20'x40 J,2(Ky feet of concrete floor. Immediate Possession - i , Enquire W, W ASHLEY 117 2nd Ave., So. Phone 532 ll-2.- e REAL ESTATE 43 . McCLOCKLIN REAL ESTATE City Property Homes ' ;. Businesses WE WRITE ' ALL TYPES OF FIRE j INSURANCE v 11-2.1-r-i BUILDINGS 43a NEW BUILDING, 12'x24'. INSULATED, .wired. Apply 1508 Avenue H, north. after six. No agents. 12-2-e HOUSES FOR SALE WHEN BUYING OR SELLING SEE Earl Simmonda Real Estate tint. . tf 44 0

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