Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada on June 27, 1966 · 26
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Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
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Saskatoon Star-Phoenix June 19GG MALE HELP WANTED 1J (ContlDied) TENDERS (CnttnadY TENDERS ':n tinned) DEATHS ' (Continaed) MALE HELP WANTED 12 (Continaed) MALE HELP WANTED 12 (Ceatlaaeg) DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS EXTENSION OF TIME SEALED TENDERS addressed to Department of Public Works of Canada, 201 Federal Building, 269 Main Street Winnipeg 1, Manitoba, and endorsed "TENDER FOR SPRINKLER SYSTEM INDIAN HOSPITAL, North Battleford, Saskatchewan" will be received until 2:00 pjn., C.D.S.T, July 12, 1S66. D. M. PILLEY, Office Manager, Dept. of Public Works, Canada, Winnipeg;, Manitoba 8-27-c TOWN OF SHELLBROOK SASKATCHEWAN Invitation to Tender Tenders sealed and marked 'Tender for Storm Sewerage System" will be received until three (3:00) o'clock p.m Central Standard Time on Monday,' July 11, 1966, at the office of the Town Clerk. Town of Shellbrook, Shellbrook, Saskatchewan. The work Includes the supply of materials and construction of approximately: 1. 625 feet of 36" sewer main 2. 3.460 feet of 30" sewer main 3. 330 feet of 24" sewer main 4. 330 feet of IS" sewer main 5. 330 feet of 12" sewer main 6. 29 catch basins with leads 7. 1.000 feet of open channel one to three feet deep. Plans and specifications may be obtained at the Saskatoon office of the Consulting Engineer by a bona. fide general contractor for a deposit of $25.00. This deposit will be returned upon return of the documents in good condition within two weeks of closing of the tenders. The documents may be viewed by sub-contractors and suppliers at the offices of the Engineer, or at the Building Exchanges In Prince Albert and Saskatoon. Each tender must be accompanied by a bid bond or certified cheque in the amount equal to lo" of the tendered price along with a letter of surety. The Town of Shellbrook reserves the right to reject any or all tenders and the lowest tender will not necessarily be accepted. MR. F. J. SUTTER, Town Clerk, Town of Shellbrook, Shellbrook, Saskatchewan, M. toftCNlNIXV AND MS0CMTM ITt. Consulting Engineer. 121 105th Street. East, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. 6-28-c-s GRID ROAD TENDERS Sealed tenders will be received by the undersigned until 2:00 p.m.. Central Standard Time, July 9th, 1966 on the following road construction project: For construction of the subgrade on a 1 "4 mile section of Main Market Grid Road located as follows: North Boundary 24-16-23-3, North Boundary 19. 20, 21. 22, and thru 27, 26 and 25-16-25-3. Particulars as to the work may be obtained at the Muncipal Office of the undersigned. A certified cheque in the amount of $2,000 must accompany the tender. Tenders will be opened In public In the office of the undersigned at the hour of 2:00 p.m.. Central Standard Time, on July 9, 1966. The lowest or any tender 'will not necessarily be accepted. Keith Consulting Engineers Ltd. 766 Angus Street, Regina, Saskatchewan. Mr. J. L. Mihalicz. Sec.-Treas. R.M. of Fox Valley No, 171, Fox Valley, Sask. 6-26-c-s HAY TENDER Bids are Invited for cutting and removal of hay crop, approximately 220 acres at the Saskatoon Airport. Further information may be obtained bv contacting Airport Manager. 242 8226. Highest bid not necessarily acceptea. nosing dale lzuo hours, July 4. 1966. Forward bids to: DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT, P.O. BOX 139, Saskatoon 7-4-c TENDERS - PAINTING The Saskatoon Convalescent Home at 101 31st Street, West, In Saskaoon, requests tenders for the exterior paint. In 2 of the building, including stucco. window sills, and casing (but not sash), canopy, lire escape ana trim. The tender will mention bv name the brand of paint to be used on the stucco. Address sealed tenders to the Secretary, Saskatoon Convales cent Home on or betore June au. imn. 6-27-c TENDER NOTICE Daily Transportation of School Pupils Cote Indian Reserve Bout "B": 49 students are to be conveyed each day to and from the ct Indian Reserve to the joint schols at Kamsack. Distance of bus route, one-way, 17 miles. Bus route is on gravelled road maintained in summer and snow plowed during the winter. Tender forms and mute plans are available at the Pelly Indian Agency, Kamsack, Saskatchewan. Closing date of tender is July 8, 1966, 8.30 a.m. CS.T. Indian Affairs Branch reserves the right to reject- any or all tenders and the lowest tender will not necessarily be accepted. K. Kerr, Superintendent, Pelly Indian Agency, Kamsack, Saskatchewan. 6-27-c INVITATION TO BID Imperial Oil Limited Service Station Modernization Tender! for the modernization of service stations at Cull Lake and Maple Creek, Saskatchewan, will be received until 4.00 p.m. Mountain Standard Time, July 13, 1969. Plans, specifications and tender documents may be obtained by ep- flicatlon to the Project Engineer, mperial Oil Limited. Marketing Department, 900 Standard Avenue, Regina Saskatchewan, on payment of a 125.00 deposit. The deposit will be refunded upon receipt of the tender, or upon return of the documents prior to tender closing. Plans and specifications for the review of sub contractors will be available at the Regina Construction Association and the Swift Current Builders' Exchange. The lowest or any tender, will not necessarily be accepted. . -2J- NOTICE OF TENDER The Board of the Melville School Unit invites tenders for the supply of four eighteen passenger school buses. Detailed specifications are available on request from the undersigned. Tenders to be In at Unit Office on or before July 266. Vehicles to be delivered on or before Aug. 3166. J. Kurenko, Sec.-Treas., Melville School Unit No. 26, Box 520, Melville, Sask. S-28-c TENDER NOTICE Daily Transportation of School Pupils Cote Indian Reserve Route "A": 45 students are to be conveyed each day to and from the townsite of Badgerville to the joint schools in Kamsack. Distance of bus route, one-way. is 8 miles. Bus route is on No. 8 Highway and mile of good gravelled road, maintained in the summer and snow plowed during the winter. Tender forms and route plans are available at the Pelly Indian Agency, Kamsack. Saskatchewan. Closfhg date of tender 1 July S, 1966, 8.30 a.m. CS.T. Indian Affairs Branch reserve the right to reject any or all tenders and the lowest tender will not necessarily be accepted. K. Kerr, Superintendent, Pelly Indian Agency, Kamsack, Saskatchewan. 6-27-c TENDERS FOR CONSTRUCTION of a Water Distribution System for the VILLAGE OF DUVAL Sealed tenders marked "Tenders for Construction of a Water Distribu tion System, Village of Duval" will be received at the onice of tne Engineer until 2:00 p.m., Regina City Time, July 12, 1966. The work includes supply of material and construction of approxi. mately: 1. 6,200 feet of 6-inch Water Main 2. One Water Pumping and Treatment Plant 3. Approximately 60 Building Ser vice Connections. Plans and specifications may be obtained at tne office of the engineer by a bonafide tenderer upon deposit of Twenty-Five Dollars ($25.00) which sum will be refunded on re turn of the documents in good con dition upon suDmission of a tender or return of the documents before tender opening date. Plans and specifications may be viewed at the ReBina Construction Association. Regina; Sas. katoon construction Association, saskatoon, and Southam Press, Winnipeg. A surety In the form of a certified cheque or bid bond payable to the Village of Duval in the amount stipulated in the Instruction to Bidders, must accompany each tender. The lowest or any tender will not necessary be accepted. MRS. B. A DICKIE, Sec-Treas., Village of Duval, Duval Saskatchewan Keith Consulting Engineers Ltd., 766 Angus Street, Regina, Saskatchewan. 6-28-c-s BIRTHS THE SASKATOON STAR-PHOENIX "Baby Book" to the proud parents will send free of charge a lovely inserting birth notices. xtf DEATHS FRITH THE DEATH OF LORNE W. Frith, age 69 years, of 1229 Avenue L, south, occurred in a local hospital on June 24, 1966 The funeral service will be held on Monday, June 27 at 2:00 p.m., from the Chapel of the Saskatoon Funeral Home, conducted by Rev. R Fox. Surviving are: his wife, Eva: 1 daughter, Mrs. W. M. Norton (Dorothy), Calgary; 2 grandchildren, Linda and William; 1 sister, Mrs. Pearl Paccv, Vancouver, B.C. The late Mr. Frith was born in Carn-duff, Sask. He was a veteran of the First World War.' having surved with the Canadian Engineering Corps. He served with the R.C.A.F. in the Second World War. Residing in Saskatoon for the past 18 years, Mr. Frith was associated with Kramer Tractor Ltd. in Saskatoon and Uranium City until his retirement in 1960 due to ill health. Mr. Frith was an enthusiastic curler and was well known in baseball circles having served as an umpire in the city for a number of years. Interment will take place in Hill-crest Memorial Gardens. (Parking area south of the Chapel on 4th Ave. at 25th St. 6-27-c KRUTY THE DEATH OF MR. Theodore (Fred) Kruty, age 79 years of 720 Avenue I, south. Saskatoon, occurred in a local hospital on Friday, June 24, 1966 The funeral service will be held on Tuesday, June 28 at 9:00 a.m. from Holy Trinity Ukrainian Orthodox Cathe- ' dral. conducted by Very Rev. F. Kerniskv, Prayers will be offered in the Chapel of Saskatoon Funeral Home on Monday evening at 7:00 p.m. Surviving are: his wife, Annie; two daughters. Mrs. Peter Starkey (Rose) and Mrs. Stephen Stevens (Mary) both of Saskatoon; 3 grand, children and one great grandchild; a brother Panko lives in the Ukraine. Mr Kruty was born in the Ukraine coming to Canada in 1912. He lived for a short time at Rosthem, later moving to Aberdeen where he farmed for 44 years. For the past 18 years he had made his home In Saskatoon Mr Krutv was a member of Holy Trinity Ukrainian Orthodox Church. Interment will take place in Woodlawn Cemetery. 6-27-c NAGLE THE PASSING OF DR. Edmund Burke Nagle, age 72 years of Meadow Lake, Sask., occurred near San Francisco during an ocean cruise from Vancouver, on Friday, June 24, 1066. The funeral arrangements are pending and will be announced at a later date. Surviving are: his loving wife. Katherlne; four daughters, Mrs. W. Herrlnger (Katherlne) of Regina, Sask., Sister Rose Anne (Nano) of the Precious Blood Order of Winnipeg, Man.. Mrs. E Krawczyk (Madeline) of Colorado Springs. Col., and Mrs. Dave McLean (Anne of Medicine Hat, Alta.; four sons, Edmund Burke of Saskatoon, William James of Meadow Lake Sask., Patrick Sarsfield of Winnipeg, Man., and Michael Joseph of Vnnrouver, B.C.; five sisters, Mrs. Evelyn Taylor, living In England, Mrs. Margaret Morlarity and Mrs, Rose Marie Gravel both of Ottawa, Ont., Mrs. Madeline Corrigan of Niagara Falls, Ont., and Mrs Ursula Soenelll of the State of New York and thirty-seven grandchildren. The late Dr. Naale was active in many Saskatchewan sports and moved from Saskatoon to Meadow Lake year ago to resume his dental practice. In his profession he held many high offices and was made honorary riii-mber of the Saskatoon Dental Society In 19H5 and this year received a similar honor from the Saskatchewan society Dr. Nagle first came to Saskatchewan In 1913 when Battleford was recruiting a senior hockey team. After his first taste of western hockey Dr. Naale returned to the University of Pittsburgh to complete his course In dentistry, Until World War I Interrupted his schooling. Following war service Dr. Nagle returned to Pitts, burgh and completed his degree, and later returned to Saskatoon to play hockey with the Saskatoon Shleki. Later Dr. Nagle was particularly active in trapnhnotlng and bowling and was a member of the four-man Saskatoon Gun Cluh that won the Canadian Championship. At Battleford Dr. Nagle became a strong soccer player and also made a serious attempt at boxing Park Funeral Chanel Is in chime of r- raiwaweuta. e-a7-o HEUCHERT THE PASSING OF MR. Edgar Adam Heurhert, age 59 years, of Bradweil, Sask., occuned accidentally on Thursday, June 23, 1966. The funeral service will be held on Monday. June 27 at 2:00 p.m., from Park Funeral Chapel, conducted by Pastor John Humann. Surviving are: his mother, Mrs, Ketherine Heu-chert of Bradweil, Sask.; four sisters, Mrs. Fred Sevmour (Eleanor) of White Rock, B.C., Mrs. Jack Shepherd (Christine) of Vancouver, B.C.. Mrs. William Shanks (Marie) of Dodsland, Sask. and Mrs. A. Scharf dEdna) of Saskatoon and two brothers, John of Bradweil, Sask. and Henry of Saskatoon. The late Mr. Heuchert was born at Dundurn, Sask., had resided in the Dundurn and Bradweil districts all his life and was living with his bother John at the tune of his death. Mr. Heuchert was predeceased by his father Phillip Heuchert in 1947 Interment will take place in the family plot in Wood-lawn Cemetery. Courtesy parking north of the Chapel, staff atten-dan. 6-27-c POTTER THE DEATH OF MRS. Sara Potter, age 85 years, of 511 Avenue E, north, occurred In a local hospital on June 24, 1966. The funeral service will be held on Tuesday, June 28 at 2:00 p.m. from McKague's Funeral Home. Surviving aie: four daughters, Mrs. Harry (Frances) Stacey and Mrs. James (Sally) Clubb. both of Saskatoon, Mrs. Miiton i Eleanor i Rowatt of Downsview, Ontario and Mrs. Hugh (Jessie) Rayburn of Vanscoy; four sons. Roy Potter, Gib Potter, John Potter and Donald Potter, all of Saskatoon; 23 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Fred Russell of Saskatoon and one brother, A. S. MacDougaU, of Saskatoon. Born in Winnipeg Manitoba, Mrs Potter came to Saskatchewan in 1882 with her parents who helped build the C.P.R. rail line through the Prairies to the Rocky Mountains. In 1887, the home was established in Prince Albert and in 1398, she came to Saskatoon. In 1901, sne married G. W. A, Potter and had made her home here since. Mrs. Potter was predeceased by her hus. band G. W A. Potter in 1951, and by two sons. Robert, In 1928, William in 1944 and by a daughter, Mildred in 1916. Mrs Potter was a member of the Old Age Pensioners Association. The Golden Age Club and the Old Timers Association. Interment will be made in the family plot in the Woodlawn Cemetery. 6-27-c THIESSEN THiS DEATH OF MRS. Annie Thiessen, age 67 years, of Aberdeen, Saskatchewan, occurred in a local hospital on Thursday, June 23, 1966. The funeral service will be held on Sunday, June 26 at 2:00 p.m. from the Nutana Men-nonite Church, conducted by Rev. E. Gerbrandt and Rev, Henry Epp. Saskatoon Funeral Home will be in charge. Surviving are: her husband, Jacob; one son, Edward of Edmonton and one daughter, Mrs. Ken Wilkinson (Eleanor) of Aberdeen; 5 grandchildren; three sisters. Mrs. Jake Wiens (Katie) of Watrous, Mrs. George Willms (Mary) of Steinbach Manitoba and Mrs. Frank Wiens (Helen) of Niagara on the Lake. Ontario. Mrs. Thiessen was bom in the village of Kleefeld, Taurida, Russia. She came to Saskatchewan in 1923. For the past 30 years she had lived at Aberdeen. Mrs. Thiessen was a member of the Mennonite Brethren Church. Inter ment will take place in Woodlawn Cemetery. ' 6-25-c THOMPSON THE PASSING OF Mr. William John Thompson, aged 77 of 1520 Foster Street, White nocK, b.i,., occurred at Peace Arch Hospital, White Rock on June 7, 1966. The funeral service was held at 4 p.m., June 10, from Chapel Hill Funeral Home, conducted by Rev. Brian Wright. Surviving are: his loving wife, Elizabeth, and five sisiers, aars. j a, squires messie) and Mrs. J. O. Courtnev (Marion) of Saskatoon, Mrs. W. Scarfe (Florence) of Calgary, Mrs. T. A, Murison (Vera) of Tessier and Mrs. Olive Clark (Martha( of Kelliher. Mr. Thompson was born in Lamp-ton County, Ontario in 1889. He came west in 1908 to Tessier, where he farmed till 1928, when he moved to Assuith, where he had a trucking and draying business Retiring to White Rock In 1962. Pallbearers were: Mr. Herb Byard, Mr. Wm. Clark, Mr. Albert Brooks, Mr. George MacNab. Mr. Grant Clark, Mr. Don MacNab. Interment tn Sunnyside Lawn Cemetery. 6-27-c FUNERALS LASICH THE FUNERAL SERVICE of Joseph Lasich, who died on June 18, 1986, was held from. St. Henry Church, Leaak, Sask., on June 23 at 10 a.m., conducted by Rev. (E. Forestier. Pallbearers were: Steve Pevach, Mike Gerich, Rudolph Kayfish John Vernonac, Joe Rejc, Louis Musich Interment was made in the Leask Cemetry. Arrangements were in care of West-wood Memorial Chapel. 6-27-c SVRAKA THE FUNERAL SERVICE of Mrs. Mira Svraka, who died on June 20, 1966. was held from Holy Trinity Cathedral on June 23 at 9 a.m., conducted by Very Rev. F, Kernisky. Palbearers were: Branko Medjedovich, Panto Bacich, Branko Vukota, Mihailo Milesic, Djuro Bilipovic. Savo Cekic. Interment was made in the Ukrainian Orthodox section of Woodlawn Cemetery. Arrangements were in care of West-wood Memorial Chapel. 6-27-c IN MKMORIAM DREWS IN LOVING MEMORY OF a dear father and grandfather, Reinhold. who passed away, June 26. 1961. Always remembered by Nor man. Stella and grandchildren. 6-27-c PRICE IN LOVING MEMORY OF our dear son, BUI, who passed away June 25, 1961. Just a thought of sweet remem brance. Just a memoir sad and true. Just the love and sweet devotion of those who thought the world of you. Ever remembered bv Mom. Dad and Eddie. 6-27-p PRICE IN LOVING MEMORY OF my beloved brother. Bill, who passed away June 25, 1961. age 14 years. Sleep In heavenly peace. Ever remembered by Darlene, Ernie, George, Shane and Kelly. 6-27-p JOHNSON IN LOVING MEMORY of a dear Husband and Dad. Mr. Alfred B. Johnson, who passed away suddenly at scnrieoer, Ontario, June 25, 1965. To some he may be forgotten. To others part of the past, But to us he will be remembered As lonff as memory lasts. Ever remembered by his loving wife, Edith and family e-zz-c THE STAR-PHOENIX HAS A supply of verses for your convenience In making up your "In Memoriam." Kindly inquire at tha desk xtf MARRIAGE LICENSES I ISSUER OF MARRIAGE LICENSES. Quality Credit Jewellers. House of Diamonds. 133 2nd Ave., north, xtf FUNERAL DIRECTORS 7 McKAGUE'S FUNERAL HOME M. McKague R. J. McKague Phone 242-3131 300 3rd Ave.. S. xtf SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME W. ARNOLD EDWARDS ROBERT F. DAUHIE Ph. 244-5577 338 4th Ave., N. xtf WESTWOOD MEMORIAL CHAPEL Rae J. Murdoek Phone 653-3434 20th St., Ave. N. xtf PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL Jack M. Blnkley Donald Somers 311 3rd Ave., No, Phone 244-2103 xtf FLORISTS When words of sympathy are Inadequate, Flowers say it best, CONNIE S FLOWERS LTD. Crosvenor Park Shopping Centre 343-2609 Nile 343-4460 xf FRANK J DOWDINO FLORIST Ltd., 234 2nd Ave., south (opposite Odeon Theatre). Phone 652-6272, day and night. xtf MARRIOTT'S FLOWERS 128 2nd Ave., North. Phone 242-3300, 242-2107 xtf ANGUS O. MrTAVISH, FLORIST, member Florist Telegraph Delivery 2o6 2nd Ave., north, phone 242-1345. Night phone 343-1574. xtf VICTORIA rLOHISTS (MRS. A. McAllister. Miss L. Gold), 521 8th St. Phoue (53-U33 or iU-M. xti Index to Classifications Arrears . f 1 . liB , ts , 2 Arents Articles Fee Sale ... Arftlel Hlllcl Aate Kteolra 4 AeeoMoriea 73 Alios Tracke Wanted 7; A slot For Sale -. 7t Aula Finance 71A Bsbyrfttlnr Bank Loans B.C. Properties Births Bicycles at Moterayeles , . ISC . . 2 t . t M 1 6 Board A Room . Board Keen Wanted . Business Opportenltles . Basiness Prof. Directory 1 Baildlnss -. 43A Card of Thanks , Coal Wood ... B Deaths Domestic Help Wanted Firm Lands Per Sale Farms Wanted , . 13B Feed Seed Female Bel Wanted Female Instructions Female Sitaatlons Wanted Financial Florists Funerals Funeral Directors Furnishings Garaves Gardening 47 Help Wanted (Mate-Female) . 1 Houses For Rent (Famished) ... 4S Houses For Rent (Unfurnished) 4S Houses For Sale - 44 Houses Wanted . c FLORISTS (Continued) "MILLAR'S" FLORISTS AND GROWERS 214 21st St., East Ph. 52-7722 - Night 343-3818, 374-3338 Flowers by Wire xtf MONUMENTS 9 TRIBUTE MEMORIALS LIMITED 1515 20th St.. West Phone 382-0855 Monuments in marble or granite. m-8-28-c LOST AND FOUND 10 FOUND BLACK AND SAND 4-mo.-old German Shepherd, cross. Male. Phone S.P.C.A. 652-0115. 6-28 -c LOST FROM 2300 BLOCK HANOVER Avenue. 5 month old kitten, black with white paws, nose and chest. 343-3552 6-27-c Missing Tools! These electrical tools in a kit are missmg from my station wagon oe-tween Saturday noon, June 11 and Monday noon. June 13. Any information call 242-5516. 6-27-0 MALE HELP WANTED 12 DODGE! You supply the drive and we'll supply the car. We are looking for a young man between 20-27 with lots of bounce to the ounce 1 Starting salary, of $75 per week with regular increases. The man selected will be neat, agreeable and have a positive attitude. No experience Is necessary because our manager wants to train his own assistant. Be sharp, be quick, come to life in '661 For full details call our manager now. He is a very persuasive man! Bill Mclnnls 382-4418 P S. One opening exists for a . STRUCTURAL AND RE-inforcing steel estimator required for immediate employment. Salary range $500-$650 per month depending on qualifications. For appointment please write to Box 299A, Star-Phoenix. 6-27-c EXPERIENCED GLAZIERS AND Storefront Mechanics required, reply In writing stating experience, age. marital status and salary expected to Bogaraus, Wilson Limited, 11224 . 143 Street, Edmonton, Alberta. 6-2S-C CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER Graduates in civil, electrical, and mechanical engineering with one to three years' experience in construction are Invited to apply for an opening at Comlnco's potash development near saskatoon. Duties will Include scheduling, planning cost control and other aspects of assisting with general supervision of construction. The position offers a salary commensurate with qualifications and realistic advancement opportunities. Please apply in writing to: MR. T. McEWAN, SUPERVISOR, STAFF tc TRAINING, PERSONNEL, COMINCO TRAIL, B.C. -27- MAN WITH MACHINIST EXPERI-ence good mechanical background and some electrical trouble shooting experience. Must be free to travel to service Industrial machinery. Give references and past experience. Write Box 1181 Star-Phoenix. -2-P LICENSED MECHANIC WITH REF-erences. Also one mechanics helper and experienced front end attendant Apply West Side Service and Marine Ltd. Ave. H and 20th St. 6-29-c HARDWARE CLERK Required Immediately for permanent position with Federated Co-operatives In Saskatoon. Duties Include investigating claims, processing credits, plus taking hardware orders at required. Qualifications should Include high school education, plus at least two years of related retail hardware experience. Salary Range $280-$331. Apply to: PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT. FEDERATED CO-OPERATIVES LIMITED, 211 AVENUE D, NORTH, SASKATCHEWAN, SASK. 6-2B-C THE BIRT SADDLERY CO. LTD., Winnipeg, have an opening for an experienced clothing department manager with extensive knowledge of Western styles and trends. Good pay good facilities, unlimited op-po'Hunltles. Write the Blrt Saddlery Co. Ltd., 468 474 Main St., Winnipeg, Man 8-3'- ALUMINUM WINDOW INSTALLATION AND SERVICEMAN required Immediately, Experience absolutely necessary. Phone 242-1231 for appointment. 7-2-c NATIONAL ORGANIZATION RE- aulres services of rural route true river salesman. Gorwj physical condition. Age 25-35. White chauffeur I license Advancement opportunities. For appointment phone Air. hllmg at m-bim. -"- as a 7 ISA Investments Investment Properties la Memerlaaa lnserance MA . 4 . 3A Llstlncs Wasted Livestock Loans Wonted Lost Fonnd LoU Wonted Lou For Sale . ie 41 Machinery A Aepalrs , Male Bels wanted . 1! Male lnstraetlons . Male-Female Inspections . Male Sitaatlons Wanted Morrises Licensee .. MiaeelUneoas ,, , Money To Loan It ISA 14 2 ti MA Monamenu . Maslcal Instrements Persona . 14 . 7 . So , 43 . . M 64A . 44 Pet SUck Poultry Eggs Seal Estate Rooms Furnished Rooms L'nfurnlshed Rooms (Furnished A Uefer.) , Booms Wanted Situations W'td (Male-Female) . 11 Stores at Offices tt Storage Space 3 Suites Furnished .......... 61 Suites Untarnished ..... 61 A Suites (Furnished-Unfar.) ... SIB Suites Wanted . S3 Summer Resorts -.. 27 Swap 11 Teachers Wanted Tlnsmlthlnr Tires at Vuleanislns . 2S , 21A . 74 . it 1 Trades A Professions Trailers Warehouse Space IA 7A Weddings Winter BesorU . MALE HELP WANTED 12 (Continued) THE ALBERTA EAST CENTRAL Health Unit requires a Public Health inspector wun Cf.H.I. (C).. to be stationed at Hardisty, Alberta, applications to be in by Augus 1, 1966, duties to commence Sept. 15, IKbo. Salary in accordance with ex. perience. For further particulars apply to ur. uonaia Mackay, Meni-cal Officer of Health, Box 550, Stettler Alberta, Phone 742-2103. 6-27-c WAREHOUSE MEN WANTED Ap plicants must have a chauffeur's licence and know the city as tney may be required to drive a truck for local pick-up and delivery in Saskatoon. Starting pay $1.80 per hour. Apply Ssoo becurity Motor. wa.vs. 1738 Quebec Ave., north. 6-28-c SASKATCHEWAN POWER CORPORATION Invites applications for employment from Saskatchewan residents to be considered to fill future vacancies as they become available throughout the province. We expect to have vacancies opening as labourers, trades helpers junior clerks, and in various training positions. Qualifications: Preference will be given to applicants possessing complete Grade 12. Benefits: Five-day week, 3 weeks' vacation. Group Life Insurance, Superannuation Plan, and Sick Leave. Application should be made to: Employment Supervisor, Scarth Street and Victoria Ave., Regina. Representatives of the Corporation will be in Saskatoon June 29 and 30 at the Saskatchewan Power Corporation Office at 320 22nd Street, East, to facilitate personal Interviews. 6-27-c-l STEADY PROFITS. SELLING MADE to measure clothes direct to wear, er. Firm established. 1833 Attrac tive clothes easily sold. Generous commissions, low prices, free suit Bonuses, run or part time, experience not necessary. Write for samples. Rodnev Tailoring Co.. Dept. R. Box 3018, Montreal 6-27-c anted Immediately anWrganlst and choir leader for lirare united Church, weyourn. Saskatchewan. Two manual Casavant organ, 35 voice senior choir and 30 voice Junior choir. Excellent teaching opportunities Salary negotiable. Write Mr. Les Hodgkinson. 233 1st Street N.E., Weyburn, Saskatchewan. 6-30-c CAREER OPPORTUNITY WITH LARGE CANADIAN CASUALTY COMPANY SPECIAL GROUP DIVISION The man we are looking for must be able to operate his own business. WE OFFER (1) Qualified leads from sponsored associations (2) Office and field training (31 A permanent position 14) Unlimited advancement opportunities. Talk to our men. Phone: 374-1500 6-28-c SASKATOON BRANCH OF NATION al manufacturers requires citv sales. man to call on automotive dealers and commercial accounts. Excellent opportunity. Apply Box 308A, Star-Phoenix. 6-27-p FOR A CAREER WITH A PURPOSE JOIN THE CANADIAN FORCES The young man who joins the CANADIAN FORCES has an outstanding opportunity to develop and exercise his capabilities. He will learn a trade or specialty for which he will receive additional pay as his skill advances. He can advance to higher rank and responsibility with the knowledge that his occupation i of continuing Importance TERMS OF SERVICE On Enrolment: Accepted candidates are enrolled for an initial period of five years. All applicants receive a free issue of necessary uniforms and equipment and a monthly allowance for uniform maintenance. Re-Engagement: On completion of the Initial period of engagement, servicemen may re-engage for further five year periods of service. Thev also receive a substantial bonus for each period of re-engagement, For full Information on career opportunities In the CANADIAN" FORCES, mall this coupon, or drop into the CANADIAN FORCES RECRUITING CENTRE Federal Rldg., 1st Ave. and 22nd St. E., Saskatoon Telephone 242-2101 Hours: 8.30 a.m. to 6 00 p.m, Monday thru" Friday. Saturday 8.00 a.m. to 12.09 noon. NAME - - ADDRESS TELEPHONE AGE EDUCATION . CHOICE Of SERVICE i-27-0 HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES! THE HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY NORTHERN STORZS DEPARTMENT Is accepting applications from graduatmg high school students and other single young men under 23 who are interested in retail management careers at various centres across Canada in: 1. DEPARTMENT STORE OPERATION'S Candidates receive training in all phases of merchandising, including groceries and produce, men's wear, furniture and appliances, etc., at stores located in the larger northern towns. J. NORTHERN POST OPERATIONS Candidates receive on-the-job training in general retailing and fur buying that uniquely combines modern merchandising methods with the long established traditions of the fur trade. These positions offer excellent working conditions and opportunities for advancement For further particulars, apply or write, ' PERSONNEL MANAGER, WESTERN, NORTHERN STORES DEPARTMENT, HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY, HUDSON'S BAY HOUSE, 79 MAIN STREET, SOUTH, WINNIPEG 1, MANITOBA. 6-28-c RELIABLE EXPERIENCED MAN for farm, permanent. 25 miles from city. Phone 257-3752, Allan exchange. 8-28-c SALESMEN LOOK! We are introducing one of the finest sales programs ever to enter Canada. We are interested in meeting ex vacuum cleaner, sewing machine and cookwear salesmen. You must be at least 25 years old and preferably married. For interview, call 242-1282. 6-27-c LAMOND, DEWHURST & ASSOCIATES, LTD. INDUSTRIAL PSYCHOLOGISTS HAVE BEEN ASKED TO ASSIST IN THE APPRAISAL OF Superintendent FOR Reinforcing Steel Yard $600 PER MONTH This Saskatoon based position will appeal to ambitious men 25-45 with experience in the fabrication of reinforcing steel. At present a single shift operation, the responsibilities will -include supervision of personnel, organization and management of fabrication process, maintenance of quality production. Must know color coding, be familiar with operation of Shearers, Benders, and Gantry Crane. Rewards: to $600 per month to start for the right man, maximum earning power dependent directly on personal contribution and pioductivlty, usual fringes, relocation costs and expenses." Aptitude appraisal will be provided selected candidates of our client's choice. Reply in confidence giving personal details, experience and phone number referring to 66-89E. co. LAMOND, DEWHURST & ASSOCIATES, LTD. 810 ROYAL BANK BUILDING, EDMONTON, ALBERTA 6-27-c-s M.ESSENGER MAIL CLERK RE quired by rapidly expanding company. Applicants should be 18 years of age or over and must have completed grade 12. Good salary range and comprehensive employee bene-fits available. This position offers excellent opportunity for advance mem. Apply to personnel officer, Co-operative Trust Co. Ltd 833 4th Ave. north. 6-28-c THE PRINCE ALBERT SCHOOL UNIT requires the services of a man holding a mechanics Journeyman's certificate for the position of garage foreman and bus route supervisor. Garage located In the city. Applicants please state age, experience and salary required. Applications to be in the Unit Office Box No. 447, Prince Albert, by June 25th. 1966. H. J. NEEDHAM, SECRETARY-TREASURER. 8-27-c PARTSMAN REQUIRED FOR MAS-sey-Ferguson dealership. Apply Zimmer Farm Clinic at Land.s, Sask. State experience and wages expected. 6-27-c-s RURAL MUNICIPALITY OF MARQUIS NO. 191 OPERATORS WANTED Applications are Invited for operators capable of operating a motor fiatrol, toumapull, and crawler ractor. Majority of operating time will be spent on a new motor patrol, however, only those capable of operating all the listed equipment need apply. Please state previous experience, wages expected, marital status, and name and address of your previous employer. All applications are to be In the hands of the undersigned by 5.00 p.m. June 30th, 1966. Successful applicants must be prepared to begin work immediately, and should have a small truck to provide transportation, as well as fuel and other supplies, D. W. BENNETT, SECRETARY-TREASURER, R.M. OF MARQUIS NO. 191, MARQUIS, SASKATCHEWAN. 6-28-c IMMEDIATE OPENING FOR draftsman. Experienced in mechanical and topographical drafting. Location: Saskatoon. Apply Steams-Roger Canada Ltd. 710 Fi. nancial Bldg. 230 22nd St. 244-2908, Saskatoon, Sask. 6-27-c WANTED: RELIABLE ROUTEMAN. Good salary. Permanent position. Apply in person to Parisian Dry Cleaners. 8-26-c IMMEDIATE POSITION OPEN FOR EXPERIENCED COCKTAIL LOUNGE WAITER Good starting salary and benefits Apply in person to Manager KING GEORGE MOTOR HOTEL 6-28-c OPPORTUNITY FOR SEMI-RETIR-ed barty to assume office duties frrr highway transport firm. Apply Western Expressways Ltd. 6-28-c EDMONTON REPRODUCTION FIRM requires an experienced whiteprlnt equipment operator. 40-hour week, medical plan, pension, etc. Famlli-erlty with photo reproduction methods an asset. Permanent position with supervisory opportunity. Apply Box 1188 Saskatoon Star-Phoenix. 6-28-c JOURNEYMAN ELECTRICIAN Required Immediately. For right man permanent employment offered, Truck supplied. Contact 652-3257. SHAUGHNESSY ELECTRIC LTD. MANAGER FOR RETAIL OPERATION ' A candidate with a thorough petroleum-hardware merchandising background will find this opportunity of interest. Zhoda Co-op at Wishart, Sask.. approximately 100 miles north of Regina. require a Manager to perform the management function as well as operate the bulk department The store department is under the supervision of a store operator. Total annual sales volume exceeds $200,000, consisting of petroleum, hardware, farm supplies, grocery products This position offers an attractive salary plus complete benefit program. Please apply In person or in writing to: PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT (2) FEDERATED CO-OPERATIVES, BOX 2002. REGINA. 6-28-c WANTED IN EDMONTON, QUALI-fied electrical repairman able to handle repairs to all types of motors, generators and welders Salary commensurate with experience. Box 1192 Star-Phoenix. 6-29-c MAN FOR SERVICE STATION WITH experience. Also spare help required. Box 311 Star-Phoenix. 6-30-c EXPERIENCED MEAT MANAGERS Required. APPLY P.O. BOX 1428, SASKATOON. 8-28-c SALES CAREER OPPORTUNITY IN real estate. Experience not necessary Training provided. Call Saskatoon Realty (Branch office). 244-1551. T-2-c PARTSMAN REQUIRED This Is a permanent position. Experienced preferred. Should be 21 years or over. Full line of fringe benefits, pension prepaid medical and drug plans. Apply: G. C. MARSHALL, International Harvester Company AVE. A & 22ND STREET. 6-29-c WANTED: POLICE CONSTABLE for Village, population 435. State age. qualifications, salary expected. Job to start June 30, 1966. Box 1179 Star-Phoenix. 6-27-c JUNIOR CLERK -TYPIST required. Reply stating age, marital status and salary expected to Box 305A, Star-Phoenix. 6-27-c JOB OPPORTUNITIES FOR MALE WORKERS APPLY The National Employment Service. Discuss your qualifications. N.E.S will keep you advised of suitable Jobs in Saskatoon or across Canada. AH applications held in confidence. Appointments: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. 652-2301 National Employment Service, 115 Federal Bldg., Saskatoon 6-27-c-s WANTED REAL ESTATE SALES-men Phone Adam at Professional Real Estate & Investments Ltd. 242-3343. 6-27-c Car Salesmen Would you like to sell cars but have no previous experience? We are increasing our sales staff and have openings for two salesmen. We provide a comprehensive training program and pay on a salary basis while you are learning. The course of instruction includes basic principles of selling as well as detailed training in methods and techniques. Previous experience in the sales field would be helpful but not essential. This is a good opportunity to expand your knowledge of selling and open the door to much higher earnings. Please reply in writing to: Mr. J. D. Howe, Prescon Motors Ltd., 1621 8th Street, East, Saskatoon. Interviews will be arranged by letter only. Please do not phone. In your reply please give short history of activities since leaving high school. S-27-C OPPORTUNITY Printer with full knowledge of offset newspaper production and offset-letterpress job plant operation, ability to handle people and train staff, must be able, If need arises, to take full charge of production: knowledge of pricing and office procedure a distinct asset (U married to a girl of ability could use both.) State salary expected full particulars and references In first letter or phone 403-2124 Box 1150 Clarion. Kindnrsley, e-30-cSa.k. ' t-il-c MONEY That's the name of the game with Hi-Test! We need an experienced and hungry salesman to start immediately covering industrial, institutional and commercial accounts in Saskatoon and District with cur proven line of longer-life lighting products. This ts the biggest of our 21 years in Canada as we introduce exclusive new products. Highest commissions paid every nCUUEWfiJ W auwiiimiv J."' ......... repeat business. Middle age and senior men preferred. Car necessary. No investments (other than your time and energy) and no technical knowledge required as our Sales Manual ni.nnlu, in marm VAIt mtn.v UMth your very first call. The man who proves nis vaiue iu uji uy way w orders will be promoted to District Cfnls Ciivumienai larttKin thru mnnlha and receive additional over-ride. Get startea now in lime ror our oix ran and Winter money-making season. Ul Tn. rnmnntlnn 9ft Win tf West, Hamilton, Ontario. 6-27-c Accountant Competent, experienced man required by a large construction firm to take charge of general ledger, Journals, accounts receivable and payable. Salary Range 8400-$50O. ORDER NO. M2767 Apply in confidence to: Frank Dear National Employment Service, 115 Federal Bldg. 652-2301 6-27-e YOUNG MAN, MECHANICALLY inclined, for automotive machine shop. Apply Shop Superintendent, General Automotive Supply Ltd., 212 20th St.. West. 6-29-o DRY CLEANING AND SHIRT laundry staff required for new plant. Top pay for experienced people. Apply in person to 1315 8th St., East 6-28-c WANTED, AN EXPERIENCED B A liber for 2 weeks. 244-7508. 6-28-c PERMANENT POSITION A large Canadian Corporation Is interested in a person with any of the following qualifications: Zone Supervisors Sales Managers Department Supervisors and Managera In addition to the foregoing, if you have management experience in other areas, you should reply to: Box. No. 313A. Star-Phoenix, giving your employment experience of the preceding five years, age, education, marital status, two references, starting salary required and reason for considering a change. AH replies are strictly confidential and must be received by July 9th, 1966. 6-29-e EXPERIENCED MIDDLE - AGED man with years of sales experience. . Have own car and willing to work in Saskatoon area. Good references. Box 309A. Star-Phoenix. 6-28-p SEISMIC PARTY MANAGERS, SURVEYORS AND COMPUTORS REQUIRED BY Beaver Geophysical Services Ltd. 901 8th Ave. S.W. Calgary, Alta. Phone Area Code 403 - 263-J663. 6-30-e EXPERIENCED ORDERLY WANTED for 60 - bed hospital, duties to commence as soon as possible. Day shift 40-hour week. Apply stating qualifications and salary expected. Administrator, Nlpawln Union Hospital, Nipawin, Sask. 6-28-o ROSTHERN UNION HOSPITAL invites Applications for the position of ADMINISTRATOR Applications should Include qualifications, experience, references, age and salary expected. Closing date for applications: JUNE 30, 196S Commencement date not later than September 1, 1966. Applications to be sent to: MR. E. W. HENSCHEL, CHAIRMAN, ROSTHERN UNION HOSPITAL BOARD. P.O. BOX NO. 413, ROSTHERN, SASKATCHEWAN. 6-28-c MONUMENTAL GRANITE CUTTER required. Steady job. Apply: The Alberta Granite Marble ie Stone Co. Ltd. 10702 . 101 Street. Edmonton, Alberta. 7-4-e DRIVERS WANTED Full or Part Time APPLY SUPERVISOR Yellow Cab Company PHONE 244-8166 CERTIFIED OR EXPERIENCED OR- derly required Immediately by 92-bed active treatment hospital. Good salary and fringe benefits Apply in writing stating age, qualifications, references, etc., to the Director of Nursing, Box 860, Lloyd-minster, Saskatchewan 6-27-c YOU CAN EARN $100 -$110 -$120 or More, a Week! You can set your own earnings as a route salesmsnl Previous selling experience is not requiredl Complete training program! Basle wages S60 per Week. Apply, giving your ge, grade of school completed and whether married or single, to: , Box 285A, Star-Phoenix -27-fl PULL OR PART-TIME WORKERS for cleaning firm. Night work. Apply P.O. Box 281. 6-27-a ACCOUNTING CLERK Required lmmedlste'ly for general accounting duties in large Accounting Department Qualification should include Grade XII, commercial class, plua approximately one year of accounting experience. Very good opportunities for advancement, Salary range $225-1271. Apply to: PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT JEDK.RATED CO-OPERATIVES LIMITED. . 211 A VENDUE D NORTH, SASKATOON, 6ASK. I-28-4)

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