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Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada • Page 27

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PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN SASKATOON STAR-PHOENIX, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8 1968 NOTICES (Centlnaedt TENDERS CoMlned FUNERAL DIRECTORS (Continued) OTTAWA (CP) The defence production department will put up $1,500,000 to finance development by Hawker Siddely Limited of Toronto of a launcher for the U.S. Armys new Lance ground-to-ground missile, the industry department announced. MALE HELP WANTED (Canttnacd) NATIONAL COMPANY SEEKING RE-presenteUve No travel required. Starting income open to $500 per month. Mamed man.

age 27 to 40, Complete training provided. For o-pointment, write Box 271C, Star-Phoenix, giving age, two references, education, experience and income required. Ai replies confidential. 11-4-C YOU ARE A SALESMAN WITH dependable transportation and want to work where your ability will be appreciated, pleas write to Box 277C, Star-Phoenix. I1-7-C A ROUTE SALESMAN wanted immediately FOR CITY ROUTE We want a man with sales ability and sincere personality with some selling experience, paid in direct proportion to work done, with $60 week guarantee.

Grade 10 education required. Mamed man between ages 22-35 preferred. You must able to be bonded. Apply in person MONDAY BETWEEN 815 AM. 11:45 A M.

AND 1:45 P.M. 5:15 P.M. MODERN LAUNDRY AND CLEANERS 1st Avenu and 34th Street 11-4- TRADE SCHOOLS (Male) 12a GET THE FACTS International Correspondence Schools 652-4222, Bob Carr, 49 Howell Saskatoon xtf FOR AUTOMATION, INDUSTRIAL electronics communication, radio and TV. Writ Devry Technical Institute, Box 384, Saskatoon, phone G. Teece.

242-6876. xtf MEN WANTED TO LEARN BARBERINO NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY Light, clean. Inside work, o((er steady employment for advanc. ment. MOLER BARBER COLLEGE 1778 Hamilton Regina, Sask.

Writ for Free Catalogue 11-4-c-s FEMALE HELP WANTED 11 Payroll Clerk-Typist For part-time permanent position. Immediate placement. Should experienced in payroll and typing, and accurate on figures. Excellent aalary. 5-day week Apply National Employment Office, Order No.

F2837. 11-6-4 CASH IN ON THE BIG FALL AND Christmas selling season. Represent Avon in your neighborhood. Write Mrs M. Ruine.

1031 Ave. north. Saskatoon, or call 242-6296. Territories open in Saskatoon and Central Saskatchewan. m-li-16-o REGISTERED NURSE REQUIRED for a new 10 bed hospital.

The hospital is located in Invermay, a growing modern town In the heart of the Parkland area. Salary rang $305.00 to $365 00 Modern resldenc and good personnel policies. Apply to: Matron Invermay Hospital. In-vermay, Sask. 11-5- REGISTERED NURSE FOR 10-BED hospital, to start Dec.

Salary range Retirement plan. Board and room available. Apply Mias Carnnke Milden Union Hospital. li-4-o BEAUTY COUNSELORS Offers part-time business opportunity for women Flexible hours. Cnance of advancement.

CaU 949-4625 from 9 to 5 P-m. if EXPERIENCED HAIRDRESSER wanted immediately. (No other need apply). Good wages, steady employment. Writ Box 323, Rose town, Sask.

11-5-c SEWING- POSITION If you are Interested In sewing position, see us about learning to operate a special machine used in crest making. Applicant must be young, single and Interested in a permanent position. Apply In Person to: Crest Craft Limited, Investors 21st St. and 4th Ave. UNITY UNION HOSPITAL REQUIRES immediately one experienced, non-certified Nursing Assistant Good salary and working conditions.

New 28-bed hospital to open in tee spring. Apply giving references to Mist Maureen Relay Supt of Nursing. 11-4-c Careful, quick moving woman, 25-45 years old. to learn wool, silk and shirt pressing. Good working conditions, air conditioned plant.

Apply In person ARTHUR ROSE LTD. 11-4-6 WANTED: WAITRESS. APPLY IN person. Trio Cafe, 51i 20th west. 11-60 BOOKKEEPING MACHINE OPERATOR required by local petroleum distributors if Salary $225 to $2bd per month if 40-hour week if Employee benefits Apply, stating experience, marital status, age and references BOX 270C STAR-PHOENIX 11-5-6 REGISTERED NURSE REQUIRED for a fully modern new u-bed hospital on No.

I highway at White-wood. Sank. Excellent working conditions. Salary, sick leave and vacation benefit in accordance with A. policies.

Full maintenance available in newlv renovated residence Contact Mrs Wetcott, Matron. White wood-Mooaomln Union Hospital, Whitewood, Sask. 11-4-e Registered Technician X-RAY Required bv major group of radiologists in Fdmonton. Alberta, ir On month holidays per year. ir Fringe benefits.

APPLY BOX 1796, STAR-PHOENIX 11-9- WOMAN WHO CAN DRUE IF you would enjoy working 3 or 4 hours a day calling reguiarlv ech month on a group of Studio Girl cosmetic client on a route to be established in and around Saskatoon, and ar willing to make light deliveries, etc write Sud'o Girl Cosmetics, Dept CD-3N. 84Q Lat leur Montreal 32 Route will up to 55 00 per hour. 11-4-c-s RATES Star-Phoenix Want Ad Rates: Pour Cents Per Word Per Day, Six consecutive insertion for the Price of Pive. Minimum Count 10 Word. Minimum Charge 40c per day.

Classified Display is Charged at $2 66 pe single column inch. WheTe 10 point or large type 1 desired by the advertiser the rate per word is 8c per day. Minimum count 10 words. Figures in groups of five or less, dollar marks, initial letters, etc. count as one word.

Where one line la set in 10 point and the balance set in ordinary classified type the charge Is 57c per day for the 10 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. The Star-Phoenix assume no responsibility for error after the first insertion.

WANT ADS ACCEPTED 8' 30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dally Monday to Friday for publication following day (except holdaysl. Deadline for cancellation of Want Ad 9.00 a.m. day of publication Monday to Friday onlv.

On days when the business office is closed. Want Ads for publication in our next issue may be left in the box in the front vestibule of the Star-Phoemx office. Please be sure to leave your name, address, phone number and number of insertion desired. NOTICES Birth II 50k Marriage and Death, Tn Memoriams, Engagements. Card of Thank, rate $2.00 for insertion of 10 line or less, extra line of five words each 20o per line.

Semi-Displays Accepted Up to pm. Monday through Friday for following day's publication (except holidaya) Display Advertising SCHEDULE OF COPY ACCEPTANCE 12 NOON DAILY AS MONDAY lor Wednesday', Paper TUESDAY for Thursday, Paper WEDNESDAY for Friday', Paper THURSDAY for Saturday, Paper FRIDAY for Monday', Paper FRIDAY for Paper WANT AD PHONE 242-3141 CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAYS, SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS SUBSCRIPTION RATES MAH RATES IN CANADA 1 year 55 6 months 8 50 9 months 5 55 1 month 2.00 By mall or letter carrier walks in Saskatoon I year 28 00 To All Countries Outside Canada: 1 year 21.00 6 months 12 00 3 months 7 00 I month 8.00 By Carrier in Saskatoon and on Motor Delivery Route 35 Cent Per Week. Back Copies by Mail, Minimum Charge 25 Cent NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the estate of JOHN OLEXIN, late of Saskatoon, in the Province of Saskatchewan, deceased. All claim against the above estate, duly verified by Statutory Declaration, and with particulars and valuation of security held, if any, must be sent to the undersigned on or before th 23rd day of November, A.D. 1963.

McCOOL, PROC3UK 4c COMPANY, 806 Canada Building, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Solicitors for the Administratrix, Ann Olexin. 11-4-c-s NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the estate of RODGER CALVIN MORAN, late of Saskatoon, in the Fiovlnce of Saskatchewan, retired salesman, deceased, AU claims against the above estate, duly verified by statutory declaration and with particulars and valuation of security held, it any, must be sent to the undersigned before the 16th day of November, A.D. 1963, CANADA PERMANENT TRUST COMPANY, 2nd Avenue and 21st Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Executor of the Estate. In the estate of JOHN JOSEPH RAK. late of Saskatoon, in the Province of Saskatchewan, Bowladrome operator, deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS All claims against the above estate, duly verified by statutory declaration and with particular and valuation of security held. If any, must be sent to the undersigned before the 26th day of November, AJD, 1963. WEDGE McKERCHER, McKERCHER A PURDY. Barristers and Solicitors 34 MacMillan Building, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Solicitors for the Executrix 11-4-c-s IN THE ESTATE OF RITA SARAH NOBLE, late of the City of Saskatoont in the Province of Saskatchewan, Housewife, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS AU claim against the above estate, duly verified by Statutory Declaration and with particulars and valuations and security held if any, must be sent to the undersigned before the 25th day of November.

A.D. 1963. WALKER. AGNEW A MOONEY, Barristers and Solicitors, 2ul-204 Birks Building. SASKATOON, Saskatchewan, Solicitors for th Executor.

ll-4-e-s POUND To whom the same may concern, notice ia hereby given that by virtue of power granted under th stray animals act and of a bvlaw of the Rural Municipality of Dundura No. 314: Description of animal: Hereford buU calf of about eix week old Found in north pasture, was impounded tn the pound, kept by the undersigned on the northwest quarter Sec. 2, Township 33. Range 4, west of 3rd Mend lan, on Monday, Oct. 28, 1963.

Pound Keeper. John lUms Dundurn, Sask. 11-4-C TENDER Tenders will be received undersigned until 8.00 p.m. (C.ST) November 13. 1968, for bored welis as directed by th Minister at the following locations: One (1) WeU at Dana Picnic Site.

On (l) Well at Wolseley picnic Site. One (1 WeU at GuH Lake Picnic Site. On fl) Well at Buffalo Bound Provincial Park, Bids may be considered on any one or ell of the above sites. Address ell bids and requests for specifications and tender to: Director of Construction, Dept, of Natural Resources, Prince Albert, Sask, The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted, J. W.

Churchman, Deputy Minister, Dept Natural Resources, Begins, Saskatchewan ll-4-C TENDERS North Battleford School Addition Sub-contractors bid solicited on the above. Bids to close November 4 at 2 p.m. with architects Webster Foi-rester 4t Scott, Bird Construction Company Limited, 209 Central Chambers, Saskatoon, ll-4-e 'TENDERS' will be received up until noon, Friday, November 22nd, 1963, for supplying the Saskatoon City Hospital with bread for the period commencing January 1st, 1964 to December 31st, 1964. Specifications and tender forms which must be used may be obtained upon application at th Purchasing Office. J.

D. McMillan, General Superintendent. 11-4-C TOWN OF ASSINIBOIA TENDERS FOR SEWAGE EFFLUENT DISPOSAL SYSTEM Tenders will be received by the undersigned until 2 00 p.m. Central Standard Time on November 20, 1963, for the construction of a sewage effluent disposal system at the Town of Assimboia, Saskatchewan. The following works shall be included: 8 Pressure Main, 26,900 lin ft.

10 Sewer Main, 6,200 iin, ft. Bona fide General Contractors may obtain Contract Documents from the Consulting Engineers at the address shown for a deposit of Twenty Dollars ($20.00) which shall be returned provided the Contract Documents are returned in good condition within 14 days of the closing of tenders. General Contractors who have not previously obtained Contract Documents will be required to furnish evidence of thetr previous experience, amount and condition of equipment and financial status before receiving th Contract Documents. Each tender must be on the forms grovided and be accompanied by a ertlfied Cheque or Bid Bond In the amount of Ten Per Cent (10) of the tendered amount. The Town reserves the right to reject any or all tenders and will not necessarily accept the lowest tender.

Mrs. Maze, Town Clerk, Town of Assinlbola, ASSINIBOIA, Saskatchewan. Underwood McLellan 4c Associates Consulting Professional Engineers. 1950 Broad Street, REGINA, Saskatchewan, U-5-C INVITATION TO TENDER VILLAGE OF KINCAID, SASKATCHEWAN SEWERAGE SYSTEM Sealed tender marked Tenders, Kincaid Sewers will be received at the Saskatoon Office of the consulting engineers until 2 p.ra, CST. Tuesday Nov.

12, 1963. This contract wilt cover the construction of a complete sewerage system, involving th following approximate quantities: 8,500 lineal feet of 8-lnch main 8,700 lineal feet of 10-inch main. 75 sewer services. One sewage lagoon and related structures. Plan and specifications may be obtained at the office of the consulting engineers for a cash deposit of $25.00 which will be refunded only if documents are returned prior to the closing of tender.

Tenders must be accompanied by a written consent of surety, and a certified cheque equal to lO'fc of the tender or alternatively, a bid bond equal to 10 of the tender price. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. Mr. M. Rodgers, Secretary-Treasurer Village of Kincaid KINCAID, Saskatchewan STANLEY, GRIMBLE, ROBLIN LTD.

Consulting Engineers, 504 Glengarry BlockJ SASKATOON Saskatchewan. 8109 9th EDMONTON, Alberta ll-S-e TENDERS SASKATCHEWAN BOYS SCHOOL REGINA, SASKATCHEWAN Sealed tenders with tee words 'Tender for Saskatchewan Boys' School enfaced on the envelope, will be received Until four (4.00) oclock m. Central Standard Time, Tuesday. Nov. 12, 1963, at the office of Associated Engineering Services Ltd.

1233 Winnipeg Regina, Saskatchewan, for the supply and installation of approximately (a) 4.300 feet of 5-inch water pip and required fittings. Copie of th plane, specifications and contract document may be obtained at Regina office of tee consulting engineer by a bona fide tenderer for deposit of 825.00. Subcontractors or supplier may examine the documents at the Regina office of the consulting engineers or th Builders' Exchanges la Regina and Saaka- NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the estate of SYDNEY GEORGE THORNE, late of in the Province of Saskatchewan, Retired Farmer, deceased. AU claims against the above estate, duly verified by statutory declaration end with particulars end valuation of security held, if any. must be sent to the undersigned before the 26th day of November, A.D, 1963.

FERGUSON, MacDERMID, MacDERMID 6t WRIGHT, No, I Bonk of Commerce Building, Saskatoon, Sask. Solicitors for the Administrator, 11-4-c-s ift THE ESTATE OF CAROLINE DOROTHEA HERMAN late of the City of Saskatoon In the Province of Saskatchewan, Widow, Deceased, NOTICE TO CREDITORS All claims against the above estate, duly verified by Statutory Declaration and with particular and valuations and security held, if any, must be sent to the undersigned before the 25th day of November, A.D, 1963. WALKER, AGNEW 4c MOONEY, Barristers ard Solicitor, 201-204 Birks Building. SASKATOON, Saskatchewan, Solicitors for the Executrices. 11-4-c-s NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN TH MATTER OF TH ESTATE OF WALTER SCOTT WILLISON UU of the City of Saskatoon, in the Province of Saskatchewan Merchant, Deceased.

AU claims against the above estate, duly verified by Statutory Declaration and with particulars and valuation of security held. If any, must be sent to the undersigned before tha 23rd day of November, A.D, 1963. GOLDSTEIN GOLDSTEIN. BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS. 403-405 AVENUE BUILDING, SASKATOON, SASKATCHEWAN, Solicitors for the Executors.

11-4-c-s IN THE ESTATE OF WILLIAM JAMES McDONELL. late of the City of Saskatoon, in the Province of Saskatchewan, Retired Farmer. Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS AU claims against the above estate, duly verified by Statutory Declaration and with particulars and valuations end security held, if any, must be sent to the undersigned before the 25th day of November, A.D, 1963, WALKER. AGNEW mSTONEY, Barristers and Solicitors.

201-204 Birks Building, SASKATOON, Saskatchewan, Solicitors for the Executors. 11-4-c-s PUBLIC NOTICE TAKE NOTICE that the Rural Municipality of Cory No. 344 Intends to pass a Bylaw, being Bylaw No. 1663 entitled "Cory Zoning Bylaw" to cover ail the Rural Municipality of Cory, excepting an area in the Rural Municipality or Cory from the outer limit of the City of Saskatoon a distance of one mile in aU directions in the Rural Municipality of Cory. The proposed bylaw may be Inspected by all persons interested at the office of the Secretary-Treasurer of the Rural Municipality of Cory No.

344, 414 Twentieth Street, East, Saskatoon, on any day of the week other than 'Saturday and Sunday from nine o'clock in the morning until twelve noon. The proposed bylaw will be considered by the Municipal Council at 414 Twentieth Street East, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan at 2 p.m, on the 12th day of November, A.D 1963, together with any written objections which have been received by the Secretary-Treasurer before the said consideration. DATED at the City of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, this 26th day of October, 1963. I K. H.

Jamieson, Secretary-Treasurer, Rural Municipality of Cory No 344. 11-4-0 NOTICE THE CITY OF SASKATOON NOTICE OF CLOSING OF A CERTAIN PUBLIC HIGHWAY IN THE SAID CITY NOTICE is hereby given that the Council of the City of Saskatoon intends, after the expiration of two weeks from the mailing of this notice by registered mail to all persons who are either registered or assessed as owners of the lands abutting upon the public highway proposed to be closed, to pass a bylaw to close all that portion of the east-west lane lying between a straight line Joining the southwest corner of Lot Eighteen (18) and the north-west comer of Lot Nineteen (19), and the south-east corner of Lot Eighteen (18) and the north-east corner of Lot Nineteen (19), in Block Five Hundred and Nine (5h9i, in the City of Saskatoon, in the Province of Saskatchewan, in the Dominion of Can. ada, according to a Plan of Record in the Land Titles Office for the Saskatoon Land Registration District as Plan 63-S -03501; AND TAKE NOTICE that the said Bylaw will be considered at a meeting of the said Council to be held on the 25th day of November, A D. 1963, at 4:15 p.m., when any person who claims that his land will be injuriously affected thereby and petitions to be heard, will be given an opportunity to be heard by blmself or by his agent In relation to th proposed bylaw. DATED at Saskatoon this 30th day of October, A.D.

L. A. KREUTZWXISER, City Clerk. 11-4-c-s NOTICE TO CREDITORS In th Matter of the Estate of Robert Cecil Wllaon, late of the Villas of Elr.dwell, In the Province of Saskatchewan, Deceased. AU claim, mtaln.t the above estate duly verified bv Statutory Declaration and with particular of valuation and security held.

If any, must be sent to the undersigned before th. 21st day of December, A.D 1903. CO-OPERATIVE TRUST Company Limited Standard Building Saskatoon, Saskatchewan U-4-e-s NOTICE TO CREDITORS Tn th estate of ADOLPH WINSLOW. late of Saskatoon, in the Province of Saskatchewan farmer deceased. All claims against th above estet.

duly verified bv statutory declaration and with particular and valuation of security held, if any, must be. sent to the undersigned before the 30th day of November, A.D. 1963 MACKLFM CUELENAERK A BEAUBIFR, 302 Canada Permanent Toronto General Trust Building, Saskatoon Saskatchewan, Solicitors for th Administratrix 11-4-c-s TENDERS TENDERS (Centlnaedi TENDERS MELFORT GERIATRIC CENTRE MELFORT, SASKATCHEWAN Sealed tenders with the words Tender for Melforl: Geriatric Centre en faced on the envelope will be received until four (4:00) oclock p.m. Central Standard Time, Tuesday, November 12, 1963, at the office of Associated Engineering Services 1233 Winnipeg Street, Regina, Saskatchewan, for the following wxk: Approximately 200 ef concrete surfacing on existing concrete driveway. 2.

Removal and replacement of concrete patio; and 3. Construction of a new concrete patio and related work. Copies of the plans, specifications, and contract documents may be obtained at the Regina office of the Con. suiting Engineer by a bona fide tenderer for a deposit of $25.00. Sub-contractors or Suppliers may examine the documents at the Regina Office of the Consulting Engineers or the Builder Exchange In Regina and Saskatoon.

Each tender must be accompanied by a surety in the form of a certified cheque for ten per cent (10) of the tender price, payable to the Provincial Treasurer. Province of Saskatchewan, as called for in the "Instruction to Tenderers section of the documents. The Owner reserves the light to reject any or ail tenders and the lowest tender will not necessarily be accepted. 41 5r, White, Deputy Minister of Social Welfare and Rehabilitation, 2240 Albert Street, REGINA, Saskatchewan. ASSOCIATED ENGINEERING SERVICES Consulting Engineers.

1233 Winnipeg Street, REGINA, Saskatchewan. 11-4-c BIRTHS THE SASKATOON STAR-PHOENIX will send free of ebarg. a lovely Baby Book to the proud parents Inserting birth notices xtf DEATHS FONG THE DEATH OF DIP FONG, age 77 yeare. of 330 Avenue south, occurred In local hospital on November 1, 1963. The funeral service will be held on Tuesday, November 5 at 2 p.m., from Me-Kagues Funeral Home, conducted by Rev.

A. G. Elliot Burial will be made In the Chinese aection of Woodlawn Cemetery. 11-4-c JOHNSON THE DEATH OF LOUIS K. Johnson, age 82 years, of Asquith.

occurred in a local hospital on November 1, 1963 The funeral service will be held on Monday, November 4 at 8.30 p.m. Saskatoon City Time, from McKague fSaneral Home, conducted by Mr. K. Sievert Surviving are: three daughters, Mrs. Tom (Olive) Sweet of Saskatoon, Mrs.

Alvin (Esther) Casley of Asquith and Mrs. Joe (Evelyn) Fair-brother of Saskatoon; two sons, Ralph and Lloyd of Asquith 14 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren; three sisters. Mrs Emma Cowley. Mrs. Nora Dybvig and Mrs.

Thora Wolosch. ail of Saskatoon; one brother, Elmer of Kmley. Mr Johnson was an early pioneer of the Eagle Creek district, having taken up a homestead there in 1903, and had resided there since. He was predeceased by his wife, Margaret to 158 Burial will be made in the Hiiicrest Memorial Gardens. ll-4-c PARKER THE DEATH OF MASTER ae 13 years, of 1008 oth St.

Saskatoon, occurred in a Saskatoon Hospital on Nov. 1, 1963. The funeral service will be held on Monday, Nov. 4 at 2 p.m, from the chapel of the Saskatoon funeral Home conducted by Mr. George Naish.

Surviving are mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Parker; two sisters, Judy and Donna at home: his grandparents. Mr.

and Mrs. H. Parker of Saskatoon. Mr. and Mrs.

A. Abrook of Saskatoon. Born in Humboldt, Robert haa lived in Saskatoon since 1951. He attended Sutherland School and was attending Albert Public School. Interment will be mad in the Woodlawn Cemetery.

11-4- IN MEMORIAM SEMCHUK IN LOVING MEMORY ot Stephen Sernchuk, who passed awav Nov. 2, 1962 Nothing can ever take away The love a heart holds dear. Fond memories linger every day. Remembrance keeps him near. Ever remembered by loving wife and family.

11-4-c JOHNSON IN LOVING MEMORY of our dear mother who passed away Nov. 2. 1962. Those whom wa love go out of sight But never out of mind. They are cherished in th hearts Of those they left behind.

Loving and tru in heart and mind These are the memorlea she left behind. Remembered and sadly missed by her daughters Hilda and Iren and families; son Ted and George and families. 11-4-p TELFER IN LOVING MEMORY OF Gordon, who passed away November 3, 1961. Softly the leaves of memory fall Gently we gather and treasure them all Unseen, unheard he is always near. Still loved, still missed and always dear.

Lovingly remembered by Father, Mother, Sslster and Brothers. 11-4-p DAVENPORT IN LOVING MEM. orv of my husband. William BU1) Davenport who passed away November 2, 1958. Since you've gone first and remain, One thing II) have you do want to know each step you take.

For some day down that lonely road Youll hear me cal! your name. 1 Lovingly remembered by wife Ada. Il-4-p DRAEGER IN LOVING MEMORY of our dear son Jimmie, who passed away Nov $, )962. He is gone but not forgotten. And as dawns another year.

In our lonely hours of thinking Thoughts of him are always near. Days of sadness will corn or us, Many think the wound is healed. But they little know th sorrow That he In the heart concealed. Ever remembered and sadlv missed by his parents. Mr.

and Mrs. Julius Draeger, brothers Wilbert and Elmer, Ewald and family, sister Eva and family. 11-4-p WILSON IN EVER LOVING MEM-orv of Thomas Wilson who passed away Nov 2, 1958. In silence we remember" Ever remembered by hi wife Lilian and Wilma, Betty and Tom. 11-4-c LEAVINS ZN LOVING MEMORIAM of Jmunie Lea vine, who passed awav Nov 3 1960.

Three long years sinew test ad dav, when the loved was called awav. Since you've gone first and remain to walk the road alone. Walk tiowlv down that golden path until we mee again. Ever remembered bv wife Nancy, sons, daughter and grandchildren. 11-4-p CARD OF THANKS WE WISH TO EXTEND OUR HEART-felt thanks and appreciation to our manv fnends and neighbors for their arts of kindness and messages of sympathy and floral tributes, during our recent bereavement.

Airs. Vivian Kemp and famuy. 11-4-p FUNERAL DIRECTORS SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME Arnold Edwards, Donald Somers, 348 2nd Ave So. Teiephooe 34-5577 McKAGUES FUNERAL HOME M. McKague Phone 242-3131 R.

J. McKague 300 3rd S. xtf PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL PARKING SPACE AIR-CONDITIONED 311 3rd North Phone 244-2103 xtf MARRIAGE LICENCES 3 ISSUERS OF MARRIAGE LICENCES. Quality Credit Jewellers. House of Diamonds.

133 2nd Ave. north, xtf FLORISTS MILLARS FLORISTS AND GROWERS 214 21st St- East Phone 852-7722 Night 949-2792 xtf VICTORIA FLORISTS (MRS. A. McAllister, Miss L. Gold) Daylight Theatre Building.

Phone 242-3664, nursery phone 653-2533. xtf FRANK J. DOWDING FLORIST LTD. Everything in floral needs 234 2nd south (opposite Tivoli Theatre). phone 852-6272.

Three lines. Nights and holidays 949-2750. 652-4214, 949-5245 xtf MARRIOTTS FLOWERS Flowers for All Occasions Store 126 2nd ph 242-3300 Greenhouses 819 32 ph. 242-2107 xtf ANGUS G. McTAVISH.

FLORIST, member Florists Telegraph Delivery, 206 2nd north, phone 242-1345. Night phone 343-1574. xtf MONUMENTS 5a WEST SIDE MONUMENTAL WORKS Red and black granite marble, Imported bronze memorials. 001 20th west Phone 244-7445. xtf EVENTIDE MEMORIAL STUDIOS, 23rd St.

Subway, telephone 242-2030. Personal and dignified service for cemetery monuments. xtf LOST AND FOUND LOST: LADY'S WHIST WATCH. BE-tween City Hospital and Ave. north.

Oct. 18. 1225 Ave. north. 11-4-p MALE HELP WANTED 12 JANITOR AND WIFE REQUIRED TO look after Apt.

Blk. Must be able to Uve in. Box 252C Star-Phoenix. 11-4-c RECREATION SUPERVISOR REQUIRED BY CITY OF MOOSE JAW (Park 3c Recreation Dept.) MAIN DUTIES Under the direction of the Superintendent of Parks and Recreation to promote and develop all phases of recreation within the jurisdiction of tha Parks and Recreation Board. SALARY RANGE $384.00 to $457.00 per month Application forms are to be obtain ed from and returned to the Personnel Office, City Hall, Moose Jaw, not later than 5.00 p.m., November 15, 1963.

U-4-C RELIABLE MAN, 40-55, FOR FARM. 653-2302 11-4-c Experience Is Valuable Only If You Are Being Paid For It. Are You? A large Canadian Corporation 1 seeking two experienced salesmen to be located in Saskatoon. Starting income $400 and up, plus full pension and group benefits. Six-months training course, under supervision, Automobile Initially not essential.

Reply to BOX 27 2C STAR-PHOENIX giving marital status, age, experience. education and two references, AU replies confidential. 11-5-C EXPERIENCED SEMI DIESEL DRIV er. Year round work to reliable man. Write Box 283C Star-Phoenix, Il-6-c FOR A TOP MAN A TOP OPPORTUNITY Wanted In various areas of Saskatchewan.

a ton notch salesman, by a large internationally known, Canadian manufacturer of quality lubricants and industrial coatings. Top commissions, on widely accepted meichandige, results in un. usually high earnings for aggressive, hard working man Unlimited opportunity for advancement made within sales organization. Sales experience helpful, but not necessary, as we offer complete field training bv experienced sales trainer. Must have good car ONLY MAN INTERESTED IN FULL TIME CAREER CONNECTION REPLY IN WRITING TO; DIV.



BATTLEFORD NOVEMBER 7-4 WRIT PHONE VISIT RCN RECRUITING OFFICER CAFRC, Federal Bldg. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan 11-4-c TRUCK MECHANIC Fully qualified. For local firm. Writ Box JfiOC Star-Phoenix 11-4-e DEALERS WANTED Local distributor requires a number of dealers tn Saskatoon and northern Saskatchewan to sell a new product. Potential is excellent.

Small investment for stock is required. Customers for this product include hotels, hospitals, restaurants, groceterws, bakeries, creameries, farms, etc. Apply with particulars to: BOX 258C STAR-PHOENIX 11-4-c CHIEF X-RAY TECHNICIAN RE-quired for 75-bed hospital Position responslb'e to administrator Salary range 9335-940. Experience wul be eons.dered Excellent fringe benefit. Appiy stating background and experience to adminitrator.

St. There Hospital Tisdale, Sask 11- WANTED Bread and Bun Baker (or lfht wirft Oooa wfe far right man. Apply Brothers Bakerv Ltd. 41, 33RD ST. 1ST U-S- 12 CAMERA OPERATOR There Is an Immediate requirement for the above position.

Duties require skilled operating of camera equipment in the Printing Department. High school education with commercial art training and related experience will be required of applicants. Salary plus extensive benefits Apply to: PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT, FEDERATED CO-OPERATIVES LIMITED, 211 AVENUE NORTH, SASKATOON, SASKATCHEWAN 11-6-C MEN WITH CARS TO TAKE ORDERS In Saskatoon. For appointment, 652-8095. 11-5-6 SHORT ORDER COOK APPLY IN person, Commodor Cafe.

11-8 -c FRAMERS WANTED APPLY TO HOUSING SUPERINTENDENT BOYCHUK CONSTRUCTION PHONE 343-3425 11-4-c PERMANENT POSITION Young man with car. For permanent position with local branch of Provincial Organization. Must be good with figures and able to meet the public. Excellent future for the right man. Starting wage $250 a month.

Please supply full particulars to education, experience, etc. Box 273C, Star-Phoenix. 11-4-e Urgently Needed Young Men Aged 16 to 35 57 Tech. Sqdn. RCEME (Militia) requires young men No experience necessary.

You will receive basic military training driver training and vehicles mechanics. Train two ntghta a week at regular military rates of pay. Opportunities open for summer camp for up to six weeks. ENQUIRE WEDNESDAY OR FRIDAY EVENINGS, 8 TO 10 P.M. 37 TECH, ORDERLY ROOM HUGH CAIRNS VC ARMOURY AVE.

A AND 3IST ST. Il-4-c TV TECHNICIAN, MUST BE FULLY qualified and abl to work without close supervision. Permanent position, top Apply Box 291C, Star-Phoenix. 11-9-c TOWN OF OXBOW requires an experienced police officer, duties to commence Dec. 1 or sooner if available.

Applicants ar requested to state age, marital status, educational qualifications, experience, height and weight and salary expected. Applications must be submitted to the undersigned to arrive in Oxbow not later than November 12, 1963. D. R. Smith, Town of Oxbow, Oxbow, Sask.

11-12-c WANTED AUTOMOTIVE MECHANIC, Applicants must have automotive mechanic papers and be willing to work on a percentage basis. Box 1787 Star-Phoenix. 11-5-C SALESMAN wanted Immediately A conscientious detail and jobber salesman to work out of Saskatoon. We want an above-average salesman because we pay above average. This is a national company with real opportunity.

If you own a car, hav a proven record of successful sales, send a brief outline of your qualifications, stating age, marital status, and who you have worked for in the past five years to Stuart House International Limited P.O. Box 892 58 Westbrook Street, Winnipeg. Manitoba 11-5-c EXPERIENCED BREAD BAKER wanted. Must know how to mix dough Steady job, good wages. City.

Apply Box 282C Star-Phoenix, 11-5-c MECHANIC REQUIRED for a new modem garage located in Craik. Duties include minor and major mechanical repairs and tuneups. Starting salanr will be dependent on qualifications. Excellent employee benefits including superannuation, group insurance, etc. Apply in writing, stating age, marital status, experience, education, to: GENERAL MANAGER, CRAIK CO-OPERATIVe ASSOCIATION UMITF.D, CRAIK, SASKATCHEWAN.

U-4-c RETIRED. RELIABLE, ACTIVE GEN. tieman required for night watch, man. Living quarters provided for light duties. Call Big Motel.

343-5618. ll-7-c SERVICE STATION Journeyman mechanic with firat claa. paper. Top Five-day Week. APPLY MANAGER WESTSIDE SERVICE AVE AND 20TH ST.

244-5844 11-4-e MARRIED COUPLE FOR POWER farm. Feeder cattle. Year round work. Separate house, hvdro. Man only work.

$145 month winter. $183 summer. Don Trapp. 1 Harris. 11-4-e ENGINEERING ASSISTANT THE JOB: To assist the engineer in charge of Electric Heating Product Design.

Extensive diaftlng and lab. work wul be part of the Job. Excellent prospects for advancement exist for the right man. THE MAN: Besides an ability to absorb new sagnmenls quick tn man should combine a flexible personality with ambition and d. licence.

Two rears of Technical School education beyond Grade XII and at least on year's experience conforming wun th vacant position are desirable. THE COMPANY: A km established. expanding manufacturer of electrical product. The compane Is of med um su and is located Winnipeg, Startirg Saiarer Between $4 V4 and S3 000. depending On qua.Ui-cationa.

Written app'ications win be kept in strict confidence and should be mailed to: MALE HELP WANTED (Con tinned) 12 SALES National Chemsearch of Canada, Ltd. IS SEEKING A REGIONAL SALES REPRESENTATIVE Substantial Weekly Drawing Account Plub Liberal Commission. Protected territory available for a career-minded salesman capable of earning $15,000 to $20,000 annually. National Chemsearch leadership in the Industrial and Chemical Specialty Fields assures a receptive market and continual repeat business. Institutional, Industrial and commercial purchasers are the bulk of our market for well over 250 high quality chemical products.

Thorough training, new product development, advanc research, and national advertising provide excellent climat for a successful sale career. Profit sharing, major medical, hospitalization and life insurance provided. THIS TS AN OPPORTUNITY FOR EXCEPTIONAL PERSONAL AND FINANCIAL GROWTH, SOME TRAVELLING IS REQUIRED 7 For personal Interview send complete work history to: Mr. David Jarcho National Chemsearch of Canada, Ltd. 1 Van Horn St Montreal, Quebec n-4-e MEN WITH CARS FROM CITY AND rural areas to act as our representative, No experience required Sales aids provided Top commission.

Full or part time work. Write: Mrs. Mabel Howard, 2275 Elphinstone, Regina, Sask. il-4-c PARTSMAN CAR DEALERSHIP SALARY $325 (PLUS BENEFITS) Medium sized car dealership In the City of Saskatoon requires an experienced partsman. The man we need must have good background in automotive parts.

APPLY IN WRITING TO BOX 275C STAR-PHOENIX ALL REPLIES STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL 11-4-C Career Sales Opportunity Leading international publisher requires trainee for field sales work. Must have car, some sales experience, paid weekly, large commission and bonus to applicant with qualifications we seek. For interview Writ to Box 276C, Star-Phoenix, U-7-c HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATOR Applications are invited for tha position of administrator for th Shaunavon Union Hospital, a 35-bed hospital with planning in progress for a new, larger hospital. Superannuation benefits. New, modern, three-bedroom house available for rent.

Applications should include details of age, education and previous experience, together with salary required and availability for employment. Applicant with training or experience in hospital administration preferred. Please reply to MR. NORMAN A. HALL, CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD, SHAUNAVON UNION HOSPITAL.

SHAUNAVON, SASK. 11-6-C CBC EDMONTON REQUIRES TV maintenance technician. Must have thorough knowledge and practical experience in a Television plant. Please apply in writing, stating qualifications to: Personnel Assis tant, CBC, Box 555, Edmonton, Alta. 11-4-c MEN AGES 17-22 if Able to travel if Starting $50 per week salary it Rapid advancement if Commission bonus arrangement Must be neat appearing and Interested In selling.

Apply: Colonial Motel Office 11-4-t CHEAT OPPORTUNITY SELL TAIL-ored to measure clothes direct to wearer. Firm established 193 Beautiful samples assure success Full or part time. Low prices, high commission, free suit bonuses. Ex- ferience not necessary. Permanent uture Writ for agency Fenwyck Tailoring Co Dept R.

Box 3016. Montreal. 1-4-c-l LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY requires two experienced underwriters to train for manager. Du to expansion of company this opportunity will be available within next few months. Must have good production record and at least 33 years old.

Interview will be arranged in Saskatoon week of Nov, 11. We will not contact your present employer. AU replies confidential. BOX r9C STAR-PHOENIX 11-4-e CHEMICAL PLANT OPERATOR TRAINEES Kew Chemical Plant locating adjacent Saskatoon require number of Operator Trainees. Applicants should hav Grad XI minimum or equivalent with preferably soma schooling la Chemistry Be over 23 years.

In excellent health, able to learn rapidly and be prepared to work shift. Company offers good wages, liberal fringe benefits and opportunities for promotion to more responsible positions. APPLY TO N.E.S. SASKATOON ORDER NO. 5194 ll-4- KXPERIINCEO AUTOMOTIVE salesman with ear flaiarv and commission.

Apply Davies Electric, 347 2nd Ave. south. 11-5-c TV REPAIRMAN WANTED TO MANAGE SERVICE DEPT. SALARY ACCORDING TO ABILITY MALE HELP WANTED (Canttnacd, IF PUBLIC NOTICE TAK NOTIC that the Rural Muni-cipailty of Cory No. 344 Intends to a Bylaw being Bvlaw No.

1363 entitled District Zoning Bvlaw to cover ao area in the Rural Municipality of Cory from the outer limits of the City of Saskatoon a distance of one mile La ati directions in the Rural Municipality of Cory. The proposed bvlaw may be inspected by all persons Interested at the office of the Secre-tarv-Treasurer of the Rural Municipality of Cory No. 344, 414 Twentieth Street East. Saskatoon, on any dav or the meek other than Saturday and Sunday from nine o'clock in the morning until twelve noon. The proposed bvlaw will be considered bv the Municipal Council at 414 Twentieth Street, east.

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, at 2 pm. on the 12th day of November. A D. 1963. together with any written objections which have been received be the secretary-treasurer before the said consideration DATED at the Otv of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, thi tottt day of October.

19b3. H. Jamieson. Secretarv-Treurer, Rural Municipality cf Cory No. 344.

11-4-C WEYBURN UNION HOSPITAL Invites applications fort HOSPITAL NIGHT SUPERVISOR salary $360 00 per month. GENERAL DUTY NURSES Bast aalary $300 00 per month. Modem Ito-bed hospital to progressive city. -Good personnel policies. Salary consideration given tor post baste education and for experience.

For further teformabon contact: DT ECTOR OF NURSES BURN UNION HOSPITAL, BJX 1450. WEYBUKX. SASKATCHEWAN Each tender must be accompanied by a surety in the form of a certified cheque for ten per cent lO'V of the tender price, pavable to the Provincial Treasurer, Province of Saskatchewan, as called for in the Instruction to Tenderers section of th documents Tbm owner Teserws th right to reject any or all tenders and the lowest tender Will not necessarily be accepted. Mr, White Deputy Minister of Social Welfare 5c Rehabilitation 1 Albert KEGLNA, Saskatchewan ASSOCIATED ENGINEERING SFRVlcFS Consulting Engineers Winnipeg St. REGINA, Saskatchewan 11-5-c TENDERS Fir Department Headquarter Sub-contractors bids solicited on the above.

Bids to close November 9 at 3 pm. with the Saskatoon Construction Asioc. Bid Depository. Bird Construction Company Limtted, Jit Central Chamben Saskatoon, 11-5-C Classified Phone 242-3141 BOX 1 73 STAR-PHiLMX BOX ln STAR-PHOENIX ll-4-c 11-4-c.

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