Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada on December 2, 1955 · 25
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"1 w ft a-wwww-w w- m "'w w w w TVYTy w-rftrr w W-ft ww i 'Vri w-yvr -r ."jt r J " w r w-wft-V r w-w-w-w-wwr-w-y'ir ryrrm m wy - 6 T J y - . 4t -v .,j p Lifts PenallY-Erom Two Women LAYFAYETTE, La. (AP)-Bish-op Jules Jeanmard of Lafayette lifted his excommunication decree against two women accused of beating a Roman Catholic teacher who instructed Negro and white children in the same catechism classroom. In a statement issued by the bishops secretary, the prelate said the women "have indicated to their pastor their repentance. Bishop Jeanmard imoosed the excommunication on Sunday at Our Lady of Lourdes church in Erath, a small southwest Louisiana community, 15 miles south of Lafayette. Excommunication is the severest punishment that the Roman Catholic church can impose on its members. Under the ban, the excommunicated person can not receive the sacraments, including confession, communion and last rites. In his excommunication decree and the statement lifting the order, Bishop Jeanmard did not Identify the women who beat Mrs. Lula B. Ortemond Nov. 16 on her way to say the Rosary. Mrs. Ortemond has filed assault and battery charges against two sisters, Mrs. Etta B. Romero and Mrs. Lota B. Menard. Super Road hi Maim V' trvoh PORTLAND Maine (AP) A63- Auwtf uf sum2 cjsmu a fouK personal florist' " Notice of Closing Certain Public Highways in the Town of Sutherland In the Province of Saskatchewan , mile superhighway will open Dec. 13. It is the main turnpike extern sion from Portland to the capital city of Augusta, the latest link in the network of express highways extending south to Delaware and west to Chiccge. Tt took two years -The opening date wiii be trie eighth anniversary of tne start of traffic on the original 44-mlle strip from Kittery to Portland. Like the original road, the new cess highway. It has a dividing strip 26 feet wide. There are few 3-grades and curves. Generally ito minimum visibility is one-tenth of a mile. Tolls will average 1.8 cents a mile for passenger cars. The en-tire 107-mile trip will cost $1.95. The road will permit travellers to by-pass Portland, Maine's biggest city. The speed limit is 60 miles an hour. i Th entire road had been built by private funds through an au thority approved by the legislature. Authority officials expect the $75,-000,000 in bonds, Issued to refund the cost of the original section as well as of the extension, will be paid off by 1973. Out to Show Joe Crow TRANSCONA, Man. (CP) Joe tlie crow is living on borrowed time. Police today said theyve had too many complaints about the mischievous bird. In fact, police chief Gus Bilideau said the complaints have been so numerous that he suspects Joe has some crow friends working for him. Joe as he has been nicknamed by Transcona residents delights in snatching childrens caps and dropping them on roof tops. He walks over hung . out washing and even peeps in windows. When Joe gains access to a home he tears cigarets to shreds and unties childrens shoe laces. Chief Bilideau said he also hears g .waw7. wx- VW'eX'jPe and tearing oft stone awnings. J. A -7Z 7 v 4 a JrY t V .-to, V .! The police cniet nas ms snuiguTi liondy. To Republicans ' exxstsr K2iTtzTzgir'iE,p,'-'rt genhower told the Republican national committee in a telegram to-day that he will "do everything In my power next year to help you report the (Rooublican) record aoeiiraMv nd fullv to the coun- Some party loaders viewed tms as an expression of Eisenhowers Intent to aid the Renubhcan candidates in 1956, whether or not he decides to be a candidate himself. The president sent the telegram to members of the committee meeting to make arrangements for their convention starting next Aug 20 in Snn Francisco. RATES StprFhocnis Want Ad Rates' Tftro Cents Per Word Per Day 8ix Consecutive Insertions for the Price of Five Minimum Charge. Single Insertion 35c Minimum Count 10 Words Initial ifttfis, etc., count aa one word. Where 10 point or large tvpe i desired bv the advertier, the rate per word Is 7c prr day. Minimum count 10 word Minimum transaction 85 cents. Figures in group of five or less, dollar mark, initial loiters, etc., count as one word Wheie one line is set in 10 point and the balance H in ordin&ty classified tpe the charge is 40c per line per day for the 19 point line. Where the use of a box number is desired count as four words extra. If 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-Phoenix office. Births. )1 00; Marriages and Deaths, In Mciiiuiiiiiiig, iigatiiiciiU, Crds of Thanks, etc. Rates $1 50 per insertion of 10 lines or less, extra line of five word each 15o per line. Display Advertising ECHFDUI E OF COPY ACCEPTANCE 12 NOON DAILY AS FOLLOWS: RATUKDAY .... for Tuesday Paper MONDAY for Wednesday Paper TUESDAY .. m for Thursday Paper WPONF.NDAY for Friday' Paper THURSDAY ....... for Stutday' Paper FRIDAY for Monday Paper In Prince Albert Advertising Copy amy be Wt with the Nunhem News Agency k WANT-AD 2314 WNT AD PHONE k-JITI PHONE OFFICE HOURS 1 30 a.m. ioSpin, Daily Monday to I nday Saturdav $30 am. to 1 pm. Oused iplTVTiuldi i 1 year . $12 00 6 50 9 months 3 months 1t 3 50 1 month ... 150 To United States and Great Britain I $15 (M) 1 7i;;i' no 50C TENDERS I wwv;.. - TENDERS CEALED TENDERS, addressed to the undersigned and marked TENDER FOR DUCT SYSTEM SASKATOON." will be received up to 12 o'clock noon. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 195, for the construction of a duct system, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Plans, specifications, labour condi tlons, contract form, form of tender and return tender envelope may be obtained on application to the District Airway Engineer, Department of Transport, 612 Power Building, Winnipeg Manitoba, upon receipt of an accepted cheque made payable to tne Receive; General of Canada for the sum cl $23 00. This cheque will be returned upon the return of the plans and specifications tn good condition. Ad ditional information required with t-gard to interpretation of plans and specifications may be obtained from the aforementioned District Airway Engineer. t Plans and specifications Vll! also be on display at the Saskatoon Construction Association, Wheaton Electric Company, 234-2nd Avenue, S., Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Each tender must be accompanied by a security deposit equal to ten per cent (10fV of the tender price which security deposit will be forfeited lit the event of a tenderer refusing to ent' into a contract on the basis of his tender if called upon to do to, or failing to satisfactorily complete such a contract. Cheques of unsuccessful tenderers will be returned. Any tender not accompanied by a security deposit as described will not be consldeied. The Department does not bind Itself to accept the lowest or any tender. r. T. COLLINS. Secretary. Department of Transport, Ottawa, Ontario, November 23, 1253. 12-3-c NOTICES Notic I. hereby given that the Council ol the Town nt Sutherland Intend, to pan . bvlaw for closing the follow'ne public hlehwav. tn Plan C.255 aa amended by Matter ot Title. 1. All of Fifth Avenue East and sixth Avenue Eaat lr. Block. Four (4) and Fiv. (81. 8. All of Thirtv-Third Street lying east AU of Thirty-Fourth Street A11 thoae portions of Second Avenue Avenue Ea.t, and tnoae portions ot the lanea, In Blocka Fourteen (I4i, Fifteen (15) ana Sixteen 1 181, all of which lie north of a line drawn through and joining the aouth boun dane. of Lota Eleven (111 - and Twenty-Six (26), In each of the said Blocka, and the production, of laid boundariea. AND TAKE NOTICE that the laid bylaw will be considered at a meeting of the said Council to be held on the 13th day of December, A.D. 1955, at 7 30 p m. when any person who claim, that hi. land will be Injuriously affected hereby ard petition, to be heard, will be given an opportunity to be heard by himself or by hi. agent, tn relation to the proposed bylaw. DATED at Sutherland In the Province of Saskatchewan, this 25th day of November, 1955. A. C. HAYDEN. Town Clerk. 12-3-c DEATHS DEAN-THE DEATH OF ROBERT Dean, age 19 years, of Meatn Bark, Sask., occurred In a local hospital on December 1, 1955. The funeral service will be held at a later date from Brother in Christ Church at Meath Park. The Saskatoon Funeral Home will be In charge of local arrangements. Surviving are hi mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. E. Dean of Meath Park, also four brothers and three sisters. Interment will be made In the cemeteiy at Meath Park. 12-3-c FALBY-THE DEATH OF FREDERICK Merrill Falby. age 55 years, of 321 Avenue J, north, occurred suddenly at hi home on Wednesday evening, November 30. 1955. The funeral service wiil be held on Saturday, December 3 at 2 p.m. from the chapel of the Saskatoon Funeral Home, conducted by Canon H. Bowlca. Surviving are hts wife, Helen, and one daughter, Marlkay at home. The late Mr. Falby waa born at Chapleau, Ontario, and cam west with Ills family to make his home in Saska-tn-r, In 1810 He married Helen a M fejB A.3SJ,. - L .. ph L i:i. - bh? rl. rh t Jor I over 30 yeais. Lodge Piogies No. 92 A F. and AM. Llbtis tli total Wail Jwetff i' lawn Cemetery. 12-3-c HILLTIIE D5.7H VH, JAM NhsM" Avenue A, norm, occurred in a local hospital on December I. The funeral service will be held on Saturday, December I at 1 30 pm. from Me-Kagues Funeral Home, conducted Me- qmm A dsu-h.- ter, Mr. W. (Mabel) Rogers of Saskatoon, Mrs. J. G. (Doris) Ferry of Kerrobcrt and Mrs. C. (Mary) Arrigo of Toronto; three sons, James in Prince Albert, Donald in Regina and Herbert in Prince Albert. Also 13 giandchildren and three shteru. Mr. Tim came to Saskatchewan in 1906 sided In Outlook until seven years ago and then mad his home in Saskatoon Burial will be made in Hill-crest Memorial Gardens. 12-3-c MARSIIALL-THE DFATH OF FRAN-ces Delano Marshall, age 43 years of AUinglv, Sash., occurred in hospital at Prince Albert, Sask., on December 1, 1955. The funeral servire will be held on Monday, December 5 at 1 30 p m, from the chapel of the Saskatoon Funeral Home. Surviving are her husband, Alexander Marshall two sons, Walter and James; three daughters, Joyce, Faye and Belle, ell at home. Interment will take place ete in Woodlawn Cemetery, MacSORLEY - THE PASSING OF Thomas MacSorley in his 65th year, of Environ, Sask., occurred at his residence on Thursday. December 1. The funeral service will be held on Saturday, December 3. 1955, at 1 30 pm. from the Asquith United Church, conducted by Mr. Edmunds. The Park Funeral Chapel is in charge of arrangements. Surviving are four brothers. Charles of New Westminster. B C.. J. A. and O. W , both of Asquith, Sask., and John F of Saskatoon, Sask. The late Mr. MacSoilcy was born in Prince Edward Countv, Ont . and had resided in the Asquith district for the past 52 years where he farmed, he had been retired for the past 20 years. The internment will take place in the Environ Cemeterv. 12 3-c FUNERALS ABRAMS THE FUMRAL SFRVICE of Peter R. Abrams who died on November 27, was held from the Mennonlto Brethren Church on Thursday, December 1 at 3 p m., conducted by Rev. A. Martens Pail-beareis were D. Rumpel, E Rnstek, J. Kreuser, P, G, SawaUky, S. P. Derk-sen, B Ens. Interment W'as made in the Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. The Saskatoon Funeral Home was in charge. 12-3-c JAMtS THE FUNERAL SERVICE OF Mrs. Jane Fliza James who died on November 28 was held from McKague s Funeral Home on December 1 at $ p m , conducted bv Dr R. R Dolan. Pallbearer were Professor Morlev Toombs. Jnmes Francis. Caith Toombs, Robert Francis. Burial was ,a. tnad In tha Woodlawn Cemcterv. c. WILSON THE FUNERAL SERVICE OF Mr James Wilson, vtho died cn November 28, was held from McKague r funeral Home on December 1 U 1 30 pm, conducted by Rev. H.irt Can felon. isPaMbearer vere Sv B &niutC u, W oyrnon, ftcmi'non Ti nmti. u, zn pvmon, W. tienun son. 4-ft- -I w . N MARRIAGE LICENSES 51ARR1AGE LICENSES 5; WEDDING f)ll(S $4 to $12. WdUht ciok fild Jewellery repair. Western Jewellers Ltd . 263 2nd Ave., 8. Ph. 23364. XU . to , m. J ' . u, cz&trr ,. Vj a K-g? a-ria mdtcd wedding rin ps of fined quality. 233 2nd Ave., south. xtf MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED THE home of the famous Bluebird diamond engdgement nngs. Staceys Ltd., Jewellers. 102 2nd Ave. So. at the aign of the modern sidewalk dock, xtf FUNERAL DIRECTORS SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME W. A. Edwards. W, Arnold Edwards Donald W. Somers 346 2nd Ave., Se. Telephone 6577 xtf McKAGUES FUNERAL HOME HARRY McKAGUE M. McKague R. J. McKague Phone 23131 300 Third Avenue, S. xtf PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL Funeral Director, and Erabaimen Mansel G. Binkley and Jack M. Binkley Proprietor. 311 Third Ave., north F,hon 21241-8 i xti FLORISTS MARRIOTT'S SASKATOON NURSERY 110 2nd Ave., N. Ph. 23300. Flowers for all occasions. Nursery Ph. 22107 xtf THE ROSE BOWL FLOWER SHOP. 332 20th Street, west. A complete Floral service with city-wide delivery. Day or nignt. Phone 6655. xtf VICTORIA NURSERY (MRS. E. McAL-lister, Miss L. Gold!, Cut floweis, funeral designs, wedding bouquets. 305 2nd Av. S. Ph. 2J6S4, Nsry. Ph. 97438 xtf FRANK J. DOWDING, F R.H.3., FLOR-!st. Everything in floral needs. Store opp. Eaton's n 2lt Streets Phone 22343, night 92750-22732. We observe the Wednesday half-day closing bylaw xtf MILLAR'S FLOWER SHOP AND GREENHOUSES 214 2i& i Sireet, East Win. ' - ... VUUK PERhONAL FLORIST CUT FLOWERS, WEDDING BOUQUETS FUNERAL TRIBUTES , xti MONUMENTS 5a WEST SIDE MONUMENTAL WORKS Red and Black Granite imported from memorials. Service six riavs a week --,' .r mTininiiiii POCK OF AGES AND BRONZE MEM-orlal. by Western Granite & 'arble Co., 714 2nd Ave., N. Phone .365. xtf LOST AND .9 wg FOUND tarn LOUT, BE I WEEN MAY9AIH SCHOOL and Avenue H Solar wrist watch, belonging to boy. Reward. t Phone 20009. 12-5-p - Sunday nignt. Contains money and valuable papers. Phone 7781 or 29633. 12-3-p LOST NURSE S PESAGE WATCH with a gold expansion bracelet, cn King Street or 9th Avenue. Reward. Phone 23994. - 12-5-c FOUND TRICYCLE. OCT. 30. OWNER may claim by identifying and paving for this ad. 439 Ave. I, south. 12-3-c LOST. NOV, 28 OR 29-MANS WRIST watch. Reward. Phone Peter, 4721 davtime or 25821 evening. 12-6-c LOST OLD AGE PENSION CHEQUE. Phone H. A. Clark, 29120. 12-5-c 3 MALE HELP WANTED 12 TAX ACCOUNTANT REQUIRED BY TEXACO" EXPLORATION COMPANY CALGARY. ALBERTA THIS POSITION IS AVAILABLE IN OUR .CALGARY OFFICE. PREFERABLY 24 TO 30 YEARS OF AGE. SHOULD HAVE MINIMUM OF 4 YEARS ACCOUNTING EXPERIENCE. KNOWLEDGE OF CORPORATION INCOME TAX. SALES TAX OR PROPERTY TAX PROCEDURE WOULD BE HELPFUL. THIS POSITION OFFERS PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT AND AND EMPLOYEE BENEFITS. J COMPANY WILL PAY TRANSPORTATION TO CALGARY. APPLICANTS WITH THESE QUA-L1FICATIONS SHOULD APPLY BY I.ETTER, GIVING DETAILED INFORMATION AS TO EDUCA-TION, PAST EXPERIENCE, AGE AND TELEPHONE NUMBER. PERSONEL DEPARTMENT 237 7th Avenue West , 12-3-e WANTED SENIOR ACCOUNTANT. Commerce graduate preferred. Duties rrtmmiepc J-Mvjvxr utu I tmiYorsc-T witw r rigfrtwr SALESMAN M .v $i EXPERIENCED IN DRAPERIES, 1 v.. JiQTaLCri ATi. A AliD.. ?A T HrrpO Apply Employment Office, Third Floor, THE T. EATON GO. CANADA LIMITED . 12-5-c (wan. please tTeMimriiaTl,Xnr('l age. experience, wages required All rephe, treked In confidence. Apply Box 149B Star-Phoenix. 12-7-c -MEAT BUYER Vented for large well-known retail ' organization in Noithern Saskatchewan. Qualifications 23-43 year of age high school education or better neat appeal anre, pleading personality must be able to meet people well. Must have a thorough knowledge of meat cutting and familiar with meat packing. marketing, etc Must possess initiative and ambition. Top eelary for right person. Sick benefits, group insurance, vacations, retirement plan excellent oppoitumty for advancement. Apply In writing, giving full detail and enclose a recent snapshot to Box No. 191 A Saskatoon Star-Phoenix Our Staff Know of This Advertisement, 12-3-c MEAT CUTTER WANTED, MANA-ger a ability. Accommodation plus tinmportfltion. Married man pie-ferred. Wages to match ability. $50 per week and up. All applicants interviewed personally. Box 2866 Star-Phoenix U-5-p UNUSUAL SALES OPPORTUNITY Salary and expense or commission. Opportunity for rapid advancement from coast to coast. Pubhshirg C-I$vn;j7,r uant mut take a genuine pleasure in mect.ng people and be determined to work hard for the moat profitable satisfactory career ha has ever knotsn. a i T '"'V $'" . . 'i .. . $- SASKATOON STAR-PU0E.V1X, v--ftftMJAfMV -'- MALE HELP WANTED 12 C.ailnt8 Wanted w -F I SERVICE EXPERT and talesman for televuion and radio repair service. PHONE OFFICE 8080 Evening.: ,5580 12-9-c MAN TO TAKE CHARGE OF FURNI-tur. .tore, country point Must have general aale. experience, middle-aged. Apply to 22T Avenue C, outh. 12-3-c Petroleum Engineers For employment with the Canadian Set Board Oil Company. Ap- plkanta require a Bachelor of Science degree In mining or petroleum engineering. Field experience preferred but not essential. Duties will consist of office and field supervision of development and wildcat activities in western Canada. Applications may ba made to the PERSONNEL MANAGER. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE BLDG., Calgary, Alberta 12-3-c CALENDAR ADVERTISING SPECIALTY SALESMEN WANTED Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta territories open. Top commissions. No objection if non-competitive lines carried. Give full details, experience and references when replying. Reliable Regina firm. Box 2869 Star-Phoenix, 12-6-c COMMISSION SALESMAN WANTED for manufacturer of toys and sporting goods. State experience, lines, territory and type of trade presently covered. Write Box 2862 Star-Phoenix. 12-5-c Steady Business , pe.iu?c- - E. 8. Sc A. Rubirtsoii (Canada) Ltd. require active representation in the Saskatoon area. Pleasant, profitable repeat buslnesa calling on busmesa firms with the largest exclusive calendar, advertising specialty, buslnesa gift and Christmas card line in the country. This is an excellent opportunity for a men In his late thirties with a car to build himself a real future with a pital and medical beneliU. If you think you are the man for the Job. drop us a line and let us have complete particulars regarding yourself to E. S. & A. Robin-,T IryWpff T Blrrf T"rWl, r i i 'v.i y 1 1 1 t i . i 1 ' i 12-5-C TRADE SCHOOLS (Male) 12a e- r$v mm Television Electronics Institute Wishes to advise that there is a flood future for you in television f you want it. If you're Interested we would like to send you a little book entitled Your Future In Television. It won't cost you a cent, nor will it obligate you in any way. It will just tell you all about this great television field and how you rad learn television work without giving up your present job or leaving home . . . and at the same tune BUILD AND KEEP YOUR OWN TELEVISION SET AND YOUR OWN AC-DC RADIOI This la the way we find men 'who are Interested in the training we offer. If you would like a copy of this booklet, and have grade ten education, Just write or telephone. Well bet that after youve read it, youll be interested in television too. THE ADDRESS: politan Bldg. Room 101 Metro- THE PHONE: (044. Evenings end holiday. 5483. . 12-3-c-i AGENTS WANTED 12b 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 boa 20C1 Star-Phoenix for Information xtf CANADIAN AUTOMOTIVE PARTS manufacturer of nationally advertised product require r presen tatlve in Saskatchewan for established ac-rrwjn 4u$ui$iukiv i-nc4 tmut tietaii commit i ft ?-r jssb- taste 'jErcrSrt.' 5i '' if Jiw.1 'j(i id.. Please state frequency ot jobber calls, names of line represented and iiumoet 4$ ufcldil JiHdi rfippi iio 267 SUr-Phociix. t J 2-5-c-s 1 FKMALK HKf.p tVANTKft 13ITWO SISTERS REQUIRE Arts JOB IN i-'' 'Tiw 7 aW u! si. 'oribfVXt inv ?.i7.l7Jtnsr,y-ia se .q. . - line 5 ring 2-2. ' 12-jLg WAN7EP ONE GENERAL DUTY nurse for 18 bed hospital at Klmstino, Sask. Duties to commenc October 8 or soon after. Salary 8215 gross with maintenance at $0, $5 Inr-re p ey-.e six montria until a maximum at 449 la reseneu. Gn moritn a holiday wrig pay after each year of aervice. Sep. aiate nurse residence. Phone or wnte Matron, or Archie Ellis, Secretary, Union Hospital, Klmstino. tf MATRON AND 3 REGISTERED OR f'rsduata nuises for modern 20 bed Salary and increments as 8t'er i f aervice. Serrate midenc?. Dulie to commence soon as po;Mbe. Phone or write: Edwin G. Thacker, Secretary-Manager, Riverside Memorial Hospital, Turtle-ford. Sask. if EXPFRIENCED HAIRDRESSER TO operate in modern beauty salon on main line, close to the citv. Good salary and commission Box 28b0 Star-Phoenix, 12-3-p ASK ANY AVON REPRESENTATIVE How easy it is to ell Avon. (There i atill time to take order for Christmas giving). Dignified, rewarding work for your spare hours. Full or part time work in Saskatoon or if you live anwheie in the northern half of Saskatchewan and there ia no one representing Avon in your town, why not call 26282 collect or write MRS. T. FARIS. 1117 AVENUE H, NORTH, SAbKATQOiN 12-5-c YOUNG WOMEN TO TRAIN FOR dame instructors. No previous experience since full course of instruction is given to thoe qualifying. This is an opportunity for a career with a wonderful future, travel and high earning. Apply in person only. Del-mar Studio Limited 607 Glengarry Block. tf Clerk-Typist Required Must have high chool education pius a complete business course. Salary range $147 50 to $172 50 with excellent opportunities for advancement. Employee benefit include. 5-dav week, medical plan, superannuation plan and group insurance. Apply to Personnel Department FEDFRATFD CO-OP t TMITED. 211 AVE. D, NORTH - 12-3-c WANTED-PRACTICAL NURSE WITH tome experience, a soon as possible A-bed hopitel Salary according to experience. We arc presently pv,n from to $15(1 gross per month Hospital, Msryneld, bask. 12-5-c ivnaMMviHsinniri)S(Mbiib.iuiii)(ii jj-i ur .h mu ,t Eor.T'Lor.c. I'fuPjrJ I"i j. FRIDAY, DECEMBER , 1958 FEMALE HELP WANTED 13 lCn(lni4) Experienced Stenographer Required : To perform senior stenographic duties which will include assisting with supervision of steno pooL Must possess high school education with a complete business course plus at least 2 yean of related experience. Salary range 8212 50-$242 50. Full range of employee benefits include 5-dsy week, medical plan, superannuation plan and group Insurance. Apply to Personnel Department FEDERATED CO-OP LIMITED, 211 AVE. D. NORTH 12-5-c BABY SITTER WANTFD SIX-DAY week, 11 SO am. to 8 30 pm. One child. Apply in person to 427 Taylor Street, ., 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Phone 92384. . 12-3-c Comptometer-Operator Supervisor Required will b responsible for supervising and providing instiuction as required in the comptometer section. Applicant must have a high school education and complete course in comptometer training with at least I year of related experience. Salary range $190-5220. Employee benefits include 5-day week, medical plan, superannuation plan and group insurance. Apply to Personnel Department FEDERATED CO-OP LIMITED. 2U AVE. D, NORTH 12-5-c WANTED HOUSEKEEPER, ABOUT 30 years old, for town home. Modem conveniences. Two childten to look after. Picture please. George Ingham, Lamgan, SAsk. 12-5-p ASSISTANT CASHIER . $213-$233 Required In Saskatoon, Must have , fiO supplejyint,ed hv a, w commercial course and two years experience handling payment and. amounts. Three weeks holidays, sick leave, superannuation benefits, etc. Apply to Personnel Department, Saskatchewan Power Cor- S oration, 1739 Cornwall Street, egina, Saskatchewan. 12-3-c-l jUniversity Hospital SasKaiooa Requires Registered .Nurses MFDICAT e a1 -f h w w i ' i. rf tTTpnrr'AT a.D.G ROOM SERVICES Salary: $210-8260 gross per month. Differential for evening and night -tf ?.- ficiK-eh.; rii-sr vacation and statutory holidays. Apply: Director of Nursing Uni verslty Hospital, Saskatoon, Sask. 12-3-c TRADE SCHOOLS (Female) 13a Opportunities for Women AMBITIOUS WOMEN WANTED Pleasant, steady, bigger earning after learning Hall dressing and Beauty Culture. Literature Free. Writ MARVEL HAIRDRESSING SCHOOL . 227 21st St., E., Saskatoon Phone 5753 12-3-c -8 DOM. HELP WANTED 13b GOOD WAGES AND HOME FOR Experienced girl who likes children and housework. References required Phone 5222. 12-5-c GIRL WANTED FOR HOUSEWORK and baby sitting. Phone 25909 after 5 30. 12-3-c PERSON CAPABLE TO CARE FOR 2 children pre-school ge, household duties. Prefer to sleep In. Phone 26420 after 8. 12-3-c MIDDLE AGED WOMAN To help look after elderly lady In nice home. Some nuising experience pieicrrcd. Live i tw APPLY NATIONAL EMPLOYMENT SERVICE ORDER NO. F3180 12-7-p MALE SITS. WANTED 14 YOUNG MAN WOULD LIKE WORK in city. Phone 24755. 12-3-p YOUNG MAN DESIRES APPRENTICE vork In citv. Phone 5354 12-6-p FEMALE SITS. WANTED 15 yv WASNT .5LU.,LOOK.1 .,?nr children while parents arc away, prion 24910. " STEADY HOUSEWORK WANTED ON farm or In the city. Phon noli. 12-S-o HELP YVTD. (Male-Female) 16 PC-P.T ARTHUR PUBLIC LIBAHY BOARD INVITFS APPLICATIONS FOR THE POSITION OF Chief Librarian - PORT ARTHUR PUBLIC LJBrtAftY All applications must be In on or befoie December 15. 1955. Pension, salary schedule, and cumulative i(k leave plans Duties to commence early in 1956. Apply to Mr. W. H. Cheetham, Chairman, the Public Library - - Board PORT ARTHUR PUBLIC LIBRARY PORT ARTHUR, ONTARIO 12-5-c MALE INSTRUCTION 19 GET FACT3 International Correspondence Schools Representative 123$ Ava. C. North. Saskatoon. Ph. SB02 yS-?4 Sfl-c TRADES, PROFESS I0S 2 Jenkins Floor Sanding Floor specialists. Free estimate. Phone 22230 or 4h34. Licensed. tf FOR YOUR PAINTING NEEDS AND A right price, phone 8B8 evenings, xtf J. S. Burst Floor Sanding Linoleum and Tile Laying Phone 4471 Xtf Craftsman Hardwood Floor Sask. Ltd. Floor supplied, laid, sanded end fin i'hcd. Old floor rcfuusKr,d. 216 Pacific Ave. Ph. 21374 xtf FOR PAINTING AND PAPER HANG-ing phone Upper 29174. tf BUILDING, PLASTERING. KITCHEN cibnets. general alterations. Phone 4( i0ii21. Ltovd Yeliowlees. 12-3-p MACS CONSTRUCTION LTD.-SPE-cialirlng in "Homt" building Plans prepared Estimates furnished. Con-tart G. W. McRitchie at 1118 Ave. L, south. Phone 4918. tf A-l CEMENT WORK, BUILDING AND repairs. Gerrtsh 6c Plante Contractors Phone 93990. x-5-l-c REASONABIE RATES ALTERA-tions, suites cabinets Phone Allred Penner, 98882 extension. tf LICE.NSED PLUMBER C HANGING sinks, bathtubs, leaky taps. amftJJ F 13-7-C wT'ir.aiwJ. ; I, u jrit r j , rwui mk x Plo r no 71 1 - , s s 7109, - -a, v TEACIIE2S WANTED 23 THE ROSETOWN SCHOOL UNIT No. 43 invites applications from qualified, xpeiienced teachers for tha position of ftelpmg-teacher-iDrarian Duties will commence on tho 4th day of January, 19ati or as soon as poMible Applicants U staid enc, qualifications, age, religion name of last superintendent and to give references. Send applications to Secretary-Treasurer, Rosetown, Saik. 12-9-c APPLICATIONS WILL BX RECEIVED FOR A High School teacher for Porcupine Plain foyr-roomed high school. Choice of subjects except Math, and Science. A Principal for fouq-wmed school, Carragans. To teach high school subjects. Duties to commence January 3, 1956. For salary schedule and particulars notify H. J. NEEDHAM, Unit Secretary. Hudson Bay, Sask. 12-1M TEACHER WANTED FOR GRADES 9 and 10 in the Village of Shell Lake, duties commencing January 3, 19o6. Salary range $2,200 to $4,5U). Telephone or write Secrstaiy-Treasurer, Shelibrook, Sask. 12-6-c THE HUMBOLDT SCHOOL UNIT NO. 47 requires a teacher for tha following rural position; NORWEGIAN GROVE 13 miles east of Lake Lenore modern schoolhouse, electrical power, served by snowplow club, boarding place across the road from school, enrollment 28. $100 bonus above salary schedule. Duties to commence after Christmas holidays. Range of salary schedule; $2,100 to $4,200. Send ail information including certificate held, experience, religion and name of 'last Superintendent to; D. B. Ramsay, Sec.-Treas., Humboldt School Unit No, 47, Humboldt, bask V-. .nAa. U nvnVWKBTO .&C5VW, .NIT .vg, 60 requires a teacher for the Tangle-flags S.D. No. 3790, dutiea to commence after January 1. Grade! I to 9. Enrollment 19. Good school with comfortable furnished teacher-age. Located north of Llovdmlnster on well travelled road. Store end post office V. mile. Salary from 82.100 to $3,4h0 per annum. Apply, stating certificate, experience and . saw. WawwJJ. Okerstrom, Sec.-Treas., Lioydnunster, Sa.k. Reverse telephone calls accepted. 12-7-c YORKTON PUBLIC SCHOOL i ir-iVe, 7 requires the services ot one Grade two teacher. Duties to commence January 4th, 1953. Salary schedule. Interim $2,000-$2,300, permanent ,.-e; Five years allowed for outside experience on Permanent Certification. Applications stating experience, i qualifications and additional information to be in the hand of Secretary by December 13, 1933. -ANGUS SPICE. Secretory, Yorkton, Saskatchewan. 12-3-c CANORA SCHOOL UNIT NO. 87 requires a teacher for Hryhoriw S D. 2390 rural school. Salary schedule In effect: Class 1 $2,150-$2 950; Class 2 $2,500-$3,308. Accumulative eick leave, sabbatical leave, ell experience in Saskatchewan counts. Apply stating age, qualification, experience, and name of last superintendent to: , S. W. GORCHYNSKI. Secretary-Treasurer, Canora School Unit No, 37 Canora, Saskatchewan 12-12-c OUTLOOK SCHOOL UNIT NO. 32 Teacher wanted for Outlook echool for grades 4 and 5, enrollment 27, dutiea to commence January 9. Salary schedule 82 200 to 84,500. Apply to Miss L. Breck- man. Secretary, Outlook, Sask. PERSONAL tl WHEN YOU SELECT YOUR DIAMOND engagement ring at Murphya Jewellery store It assures you of unquestionable quality and confidence, which meana ao much In pride of ownership. v , xtf Your Old Washer or Vacuum Cleaner can be made to Run Like New Again PHONE 98957 tf AT NEW LOCATION Rose Marking Device RUBBER STAMPS G, Wq. . e., , . . .WUtv fw ..Sfrc'jnffc- -Y.J'wt-J c .... . . ,f , TRADE IN YOUR OLD SUIT OR o-er 'at -- a r"-v c-.e at the Work-Jngmena Store, 111 2oth St., W, xtf YOUR CLOTHES ALTERED AND EE- -----k Trusses, Surgical Supports Elastic Hosiery for Ladles or Men fitted by experienced fitter - - --a'JKMTV Cr-. t'.ri an- 2rj Ac.. 5. xtf WE DO PUBLIC ADDRESS WORK Amplifiers sold, rented. Dutka Radio Service, 323 20th St., W. Phone 7436. , u TRUSSES SURGlCAt, BELTS uu ,, c M.a ui ftiilfciLtoi Piu, V- tic hosiery. Phone, call or write McBean 6c Marshall, Druggists, 160 2nd Av. S. xtf WHEN BUYING AN AMES DIAMOND engagement ring you are assured of quality, perfection and value. Credit term., Ames Ltd. Jewellers, 152 2nd Ave., So. Issuer of Marriage Licenses. xtf RADIO LAB ,,3f46!o and TV Salea and Service. 119 3rd Ave., South Phon 3 122 xl 1-8-c SEWING AND ALTERATIONS DONE. Reasonable. Phone 92.188. 12-13-c FURNITURE MOVING, DELIVERIES, baggage, etc. Speady Delivery. Phone , 12-3-c TWO STUDENTS WANT RIDE TO Vancouver time for Christmas. Phon 8437, extension. 12-3-c Rugs, Carpets Cleaned in your home. Brighten your living room for Christmas and New Years. Phone 20711 or 21078. 12-A-c-l TAXIDERMIST Deer heads, etc., ., mounted. Hunter 400625. Phone 12-5-c Young man wants ride to cal- garv December 24 evening Will rhare expenses. Phone 4503 after 6. 12-6-c HEMSTITCHING. MAKING UP OF drape. Mrs H McDonald. Phone Wt4i or 8. 12-5-C-l THE WAGNER DISPOS-I-POUCH COL-oslnmy Protector with the amtary flu&haway pouches, and many other advantages, is now available at Pin-dera Drug Stores, distributor. Cali, phone or write for descriptions, lit-erdluie. Box 608, Saskatoon. 12-3-c-l CHILDREN S AND ADULTS DRFSS-makuig. Phone Mr. Forster, 12-6-p COME IN AND LOOK AROUND. YOU will not be urged to buv at Childs Furniture Store, opposite the Bv on 23rd Street since 19)9 12-3-e VESTA SAYS: HIGH IN HEAT. LOW in ash Lot lest work, save you cash! Order Vest Coal now. 12-3-c- DRIVING TO OTTAWA DECEMBER 9 opsaie lot 2 Phon .2 3-c i-, , - ftm COATS REMODEL1ED, RE- aired, reiined. H.gnest reterences onden and Edinburgh. Phone 28958. 12-9-c f. . ENTERTAINMENT Ranquet rwvventton. ynr vartetv t g i entertainment 'swoauigsjdony ti WILL EABY SIT EVENINGS PHO'E 26740. 12-6-c PENSIONER MASSEUR. NO OTHER revenue. Meet hor-e crr rr. Phoenix. M'5-c ART1CXES FOR SALE 2J DIAMOND RINGS-FINEST QUALITY, lowest prices. Waiters Jewellers, Barry Hotel Bldg, 211 20th St. W. xtf TYPEWRITERS. ADDING MACHINES Rent or buy direct from the manufacturer. Special atudent rates, time payment term. iUndard or portable machine. Remington Rand 263 Third Ave., south. Phone 4947. tf FRED K. KING THE OUTBOARD MOTOR MAN" Outboard Motors New, Used. Rented Sales and Sarvic New and Used Motors tor tala from 850 up Ave. Jt and 22nd SL, Saskatoon xtf tradf, in your old furniture at the Hl-Grade New and Used Furniture. 417 20th St west. Fh. 7612. xtf DER W. DICK CO., WHOLESALE Hotel and Restaurant equipment and supplies. Hotpoint commercial cooking equip. 322 Av, B. So.. Ph. 5258 xtf ACME INDUSTRIES LTD. Mercury outboard motora, new and used. Trade! accepted; financing arranged. 182 WALL STREET tf For used Radios, Washers, Electric Stoves, etc. All recon., guaranteed RECORD SHOP it ELECTRIC SALES xtf CUSTOM BUILT, REUPHOLSTERED and rebuilt furniture dona In our own plant locally. Visit our store or call 4532 and nave our Mr. Davldner call at your home with samples in the newest colors and materials, and help you design your new, or redesign your old chesterfield. Truck and car seats a specialtyl Eight-hour aerv. Ice. Vogel'a Furniture Company Lim ited. Next to Eatons. Saskatoon', oldest established furniture store. xtf NEW AND USED CASH REGISTERS, adding machines, typewriters, fire resistant safes, filing cabinets, etc. Northern Business Machines, 08 22i.d .. .'! . .Phone. M4, tf. TRAPS.." YS'IRJJID RTFLE..4T Delisia Thompson i Sporting Goods Store. tf TV SETS AND AUTO RADIOS RE-duced to clear.- Allied Radio. 1C7 20th St., east. tf FIR LUMBER AU dimensiom at 878 per thousand. Aiso window., door, rooting, Inrun rusoxAL (Ceotiiixedi .hoT 'rhw-7w A -Vnweea call Pino LuniDer co. Pnone a 1 66b. ao Ave. M, south. (1 310 MINIMUM TRADE-IN ON YOUR old electric shaver on any new make. Precision Instruments, phone 7255. f . DxJui o, iak xLlLito 05 UlLr drens Fixtures, Stands, Tables, Showcases, Cash UaU Xiu4gCXb ivi sale. Lehrers Dept. Store, Ave. A & 20th St. tl BLANKETS MADE FROM YOUR OI D material. Save CO.D. and ahlpping , chaiges. we pickup and deliver right here in town. Phone 24885 tf CHRISTMAS CANDIES AND NUTS, buckwheat honey, fruit, fresh ground . coffea Very lowest price. Phone 5137. Russell Rosebrugh, 268 2nd Avenue, - south. 12-5-p ENGLISH WORSTED SUIT SPECIAL. Choice of new patterns. Christmas delivery. 859 30 and 865.50. Kutz Tailors. Canada Bldg. 12-10-c RED POTATOFS, dred. Phona 4969. 83.25 PER HUN- 12-10-p On Rack Winter Coats and Suits Broken Lines. REG. UP TO 869.50 $15 and $25 MAEFAIR FASHIONS . 215 2nd Ave., South IS-S-c APARTMENT SIZE GAS RANGE, Excellent condition, 890. Phone 95565. 12-3-c RUGS TRADE IN YOUR OLD RUGS as material on a new broadloom rug and save up to M'i. Custom made in any size or color. , Phone 24885. 12-B-c ONE SMALL COLEMAN SPACE heater and one large Quaker space heater With automatic fan. 150-gal. tank and connection. Phone 26343, after 3 21138. 12-6-c ANNEX HEATER PHONE 92745. 12-6-p NEW AND USED FUR COATS FOR sale, $25 to $100. Apply Fashion Fur Co. 12-13-c BOY'S STATION WAGON COAT, SIZE 56-38; mans long buffalo coal, sire luggage style sewing machine, $30 off; end tables; wicker chair: kitchen cnairs, and otner article, phone 98817. 12-3-c MAN S ELY'S. AN OVERCOAT. LEOVN. r7r -.'.-.s "SIDEWALK BICYCLE; WHITE TAP able offer. Phone 26130. 12-6-c .. ... JJS3.D, I? PICFiP , . CLEAIi 1 Beach Apartment Size Electric Range $120 1 Gurney Apartment Size Electric Range $85 1 De Luxe Tappan Electric T1"-rvr . . . - - Combination Range $75 1 McClary Fully Automatic Natural ,Ga 40" Range $200 1 Ashdown Wringer Washing Machine . $40 1 Norge Wringer Washing Machine $50 1 Combination Radio and Single Speed Record Player $60 1 Graham Power Rangette , $40 CRAWFORD ELECTRIC LTD 718 Broadway Phona 97674 12-9-c NEW THOR AUTOMATIC WASHFR Phone 08 7 8. . 12-3-c 8-PIECE WALNUT DINING SUITE, $75: girls size 3 skates, bov size 4 skates, $2 each, lilt Avenue C, north. Phone 4817 12-3-p LADY S BLACK SFAL COAT. 6I7E 38-40, like new. Phone 97522. 12-3-c OFF THE RECORD-By ED REED aff ' Dear Santa Claus, please FACE TWrNTT-mi Ato-1-ai-P Kr. - ARTICLES FOR SALE (Csnilsicli New and Used ..Clear- &jf"7?tflyzrrfvr TYPEWRITERS Royal Quiet D. Lux a Portable Lata Model 14" Underwood Used Corona Portable - 84 888 Ht ADDING MACHINES Burroughe Electric Cr. Bal. $28$ Victor Electric Cr. Bal. $250 Victor, hand operated $111 Used Corona, hand operated $48 Used Remington Cr. Bal. 89$ CASH REGISTERS Late Model National Electric $298 Slightly Used Allen Itemize . f298 Used Corona Combination , , f7S Used Burroughe Combination $98 NORTHERN BUSINESS MACHINES 808 22nd St., East , Phone 22844 ' 12-$- THERE IS STILL TIME TO MAKS that article you promised herl Wo have Build It Youselt pattern! and the materials for the work. Ply. Wood, metal trim, piastlrs, glue. HY-GRADE MILLWORK LTD. 8094 Phones 29631 xll-Sl-8 8-PIECE WALNUT VENEER DINETTE uite; 4-ft. metal bedstead. Phona 92002. 13.3.e MONTH END SPECIALS 1 used TV. et In good working order $150: 1 $ cu. ft. Frigidalra with a new unit 8128; 8 1954 Kel-vlnator relrigerator at wholesale prices. FREE with each purchase a beau tllul waffle and sandwich grill. PHONE HANK AT 28877 -REFRIGERATION ENGINEERING 12-3-e CROCHETED csmrepieoea. CHAIR BETS AND Box 188 Star-Phoenix. -- v. ... . ' -,-"-7 XT'P-' TWO WiUTZil Bs',RR ELS FOR SALE 1701 Sask. Ave. 12-3-c FURNISHING A SUITE? VERY R1A-sonable apartment size power ranee and apartment eiza refrigerator. Can be sold separately. Contact Georgs, Refrigeration Engineering. Phone 28877. 12-J-o 5x4x8 AND SHIPLAP-PHO.S'E 24'. H-15-0 HUDbON SEAL COAT AND MUFF: mans Persian lamb cap. Phon 23257. 12-5-a ONE NORGE FRIO FOR Phone 24073 after $ pm. SALE 12-3- 121 Inch used Fairbtnki-MorM TV 1 Admiral 17-Inch Coniol .339. Used Admiral 21-inch com- blnatlon 1 Blond Admiral 21-lnch , combination $499 93 2 17-lnch Croaely TVs. each 8109.00 i 21-lnch Halllcrafter TV $199 IS 1 21-lnch Admiral TV ... $199.93 1 Four-burner Gurney Gal range ..... $75.00 140-inch Automatic Electric Range $169.00 1 McClary Rangett $34 80 1 Thor Glad Iron 839.00 1 8-Tube Car Radiol, each. $28.18 1 S-53 Halllcrafter Short . Wave receiver $91.00 1 Rodgers Majestic Radio combination $09.00 1 RCA Victor 3-Speed Radio combination $219.00 BEACON RADIO & ELECTRIC LIMITED 139 THIRD AVENUE. NORTH 12-5-0 GIRL'S FIGURE SKATES. SIZE 2s boy's parka, size 8. Phone 82502. 12-3-0 SMALL COAL HEATER. $5; 8'Y FT. skis and poles, 85. 317 Avenue U, south. 12-3-e BED, SPRING AND MATTnESS, chest of drawers, modem kitchen cabinet, large wardrobe trunk. Phon 95528. 12-3-c BABY CRIB, LARGE, HARDWOOD with spring, good condition, $18.30. Phone after $ 29962. 12-3-c POP COOLER, SEALED IN UNIT: Toledo scale; other small equipment for coffee bar. Box 2008 Star-phoenlx. 12-6-p COAL AND WOOD FURNACE $40; Krnmore double burner space heater with fan. Used one season $125 250 gallon oil tank $40. Phon 2j938. 12-5-e POTATOES FOR SALE. NETTED Gema and Ohioa, Also quantity ot nice cabbage. Phon 97814. 11-5-e STROMBERQ-CARLSON 28 WATT amplifier, new $lb5, sell for highest jo.'.iawe I. . .. . jiuDjcir sjcac - xscsat. 'giyar is, tion. Phone 7237. 12-6-e WINE MOHAIR FCLD-A-EED AND ch.lr, student , desk, 2-drawer steel Llti-S tabLieL - ritone 2220a after 8. 15-5-p shoes, size 1; child wagon, 23005. Phon 13-3 -e New and Used Clearout Bargains at BROADBENTS ' , FURNITURE filled mattress Bed, Dresser and Spring 3 Bar Bed, oak China Cabinet, walnut $89 06 , $45 00 , 1)6 OO , 845 50 Buffet, walnut $29 50 2-piece Chester. Suite, win ' . velour 839 50 2-piece Chester. Suit, new $79 50 2 odd Red Chesterfields, new 69 0 Student Desk, walnut 822 00 Unfinished Chest, new $18 00 Unfinished Desk, new $24 50 Graham Rangette, new $47 50 Chrome Chairs, new, each $0 00 BROADBENTS FURNITURE $ 128 Second Avenue, North Phone 23566 Term If Required 12-5- take me out to dinner. . v,5 1 J- ..$ a aaaa-a sz4 a a a. aaa .., - a. a,w, .a a-ax a v Aa.

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