Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada on November 18, 1963 · 23
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Model Gar Industry Booming Business By CHARLES C. CAIN At prices ranging from 29 rcTunTT fAPif vnn think cents to $20, the model car col- V" " J , - t,l, 4. ICLlur 13 auic iu tnuuae; iiuiu authentic copies of more than 400 different models. The Hobby Industry Associa tion of America estimated that adults make up about 40 per cent of the automotive model builders. They generally prefer the cars which evoke nostalgic memories -the Model-T Ford, the Stuti Bearcat and the Stan' ley Steamer. In addition to U.S. cars, there are models of various foreign lines, sports cars and antique cars. The boom In hobby model cars started about 15 years ago. The first models were wooden. Later came plastic , kits which required a lew nours or assemb' ling and painting. COPY ASSEMBLY LINE Biggest of the manufacturers is AMT Corporation of suburban Troy, Mich., whose assembly line operation is just as intricate as any regular auto makers. AMT, founded in 1948, had its beginnings in the back of a grocery store. Today, it has a new 100,000 square foot, two. storey plant and 1,000 employ ees on a three-shift, seven-day week. AMT turned out more than 25,000,000 of its hobby cars last year. It carefully refrains from calling them toys. The company, which grossed more than $15,000,000 last year oil products that sell for between $1 and $2, figures that 90 per cent of its market are boys in the 12-to 16-age bracket. About 25 per cent of its out put is in current models of Ford, Chrysler and General Motors cars, generally of the type which dealers give away as part of their sales campaign. The remainder is in older cars. AMT currently produces 93 models, ranging as far back as the 1927 Ford. thines are booming in the auto business, you should see what Is happening to its little brother, the model car industry. More than 25 manufacturers across the U.S. turned out more than 40,000,000 of the miniature scale model cars last year. They are confident of exceeding that total this year. No Press Freedom Alleged MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP)- There is no freedom of the press in Cuba, Bolivia and Paraguay, the Inter-American Press Asso ciation has been told. Other reports to the IAPA press freedom committee said such freedoms exist in Canada, Argentina, Colombia, Venez. uela, Puerto Rico, Jamaica, Trinidad-Tobago, Uruguay and Peru Rodolfo Junco de la Vega of Monterrey, Mexico, reported that in his country "there is freedom of the press but . . . Junco said a government newsprint monopoly and gov ernment subsidies exist in Mexico. REPORTS ON CUBA An exiled Cuban publisher, Ser gio Carbo of La Prensa Libre In Havana, reported: "In Cuba there are neither newspapers nor newspaper men. Only bulletins for Fidel Castro and the Communists are published and all real newspaper men have left the country or been Imprisoned or executed." Committee Chairman Jules Dubois of the Chicago Tribune said more than 400 newspaper editors and employees are prisoners In Cuba and other American countries. Dubois labelled Premier Castro public enemy No. 1 of the press in the Americas. - He told the committee: "We shall continue to utilize cur arms of unfettered public opinion" In an effort to get the prisoners freed. Dubois added: "The only things we can offer for their freedom are our typewriters, our printing presses, our ink and our newsprint with which to expose and denounce the crime against the free press committed by Castro." North Rail Line Half Completed MONTREAL (CP) Canadian National Railways announced that construction of the Great Slave Lake railway line will be more than half completed by the end of 1963. A spokesman said construction work on the line in the Northwest Territories will be 40 miles ahead of schedule by Dec 31. The completed line will run 438 miles to lake communities from a point north of Edmonton. The spokesman said construe tion now is past the village of High Level where a major planing mill is being built. A $225,-000 hotel is scheduled to open before Christmas. Sawmills are under construction a few miles from High Level. Fair Sets Record PHILADELPHIA (AP) The Canadian trade fair closed here Saturday night with officials boasting a record 116,000 visitors for the six-day event. W. J. Miltyard, Canada's consul here, laid the attendance was six times what was expected. Canadian trade officials said nearly all of the 110 companies that exhibited products ended the fair by acquiring a local representative or substantial accounts or both. RAWALPINDI (AP) Fi nance Minister Mohammad Shoaib says the Pakistani government is considering offers by Communist countries in East Europe to make substantial in vestments In Pakistan. TENDERS TENDER for PLUMBING AND HEATING SUPPLIES Sealed tender, tor the above will be received by the undersigned up to 12 o'clock noon Friday, Dec. 6 IMS. Specification may b obtained from W F. Cooke, business assistant. 103 Ave. G, south, Saskatoon. Saskatche-vu, The lowest or any tender will not neceisanly be accepted. E. Wedge. fiecrMnrv-Treastirer Saskatoon Public School Board, 211 4th Ave., bourn SASKATOON Saskatchewan ll-is-e SASKATOON STAR-PHOENIX, MONDAY, KOVEMBF.B IS, TIZZY By Kate Osann FAGS TWEKTT-THKEK MALE HELP WANTED (CenttaleO 12 RATES Star-Phoentx Want Ad Rates: Tour Cents Per Word Per Day, Six coiuecutlva lnaertiona for the Price of Five. Minim im Count 10 Words. Minimum Charge 40c per day. Classified Display is Charged at HOT f er single column inch. D point or large type Is desired by the advertiser for the com plete advertisement, the rate per word Is 8c per day. Minimum count 10 words. Figures in groups of five or less, dollar marks, initial letters, CANADA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURB PRAIRIE FARM REHABILITATION . ADMINISTRATION ' TENDERS Sealed tenden will be received by the unriersiened until 2.00 o'clock p.m.. local Reglna time, Thursday, December 12, 1983, for the construction of St. Mary Project, WATERTON DAM DRAINAGE TUNNEL. The work In. eludes the construction of approximately 1,450 feet of drainage tunnel lined with steel liner plate of 77-inch diameter, and other miscellaneous structures, drains, earth excavation and embankment The work is located at the site of the Waterton Dam in Section 26-4-28-W4M near the town of Hillspring, Alberta. The following are the main Items of work and the. approximate quantities of each: (1) Common' Excavation, 25,000 cu. yd. (S) Tunnel Construction, 1,450 lin. ft. (3) Steel Sheeting, 8,700 lbs. Plans, specifications. Instructions, and forma for bidding may be obtained from the undersigned at his office in Regina, Saskatchewan, upon the deposit of twenty-five dollars ($25.00) cash, or a certified cheque for the amount, payable to the Receiver General of Canada, which deposit will be redeemable upon the return of the plans and specifications In good order within one month after tenders have closed. Tenders will -not be considered unless made on the forms supplied, and in accordance with instructions supplied with the specifications. Tenders must be accompanied by security in the amount and form specified In me instructions. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. By Order. J. O, Watson, Chief Engineer, P.F.R.A.. , 4th Floo; Motherwell Bldg., Reglna. Saskatchewan. 11-18-e h i 1 it - "That means I cleaned up my room! etc. count as one word. Where one line is 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 assumes no responsibility for error alter the fiist insertion. WANT ADS ACCEPTED S SO a.m to 5 p.m. Daily Monday to criaay tot puDucaiion following aay (except nonaays). Deadline for cancellation of Want Ad S OS a.m. day of publication Monday 10 s riaay oniy. 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-Phoenix office. Please be sura to leave your name, address, phone number ana number of insertions desired. NOTICES Birth 1150. Marriages and Death. In Memorlams, Engagements, Card of Thanks, etc., rates $2.00 for insertion of 10 lines or less, extra Una of five words eacn sua per line. Semi-Displays Accepted up to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday va ....... ' . " " ,r.u.vMVU lexcept holidays) Disnlav Advertising SCHEDULE OF COPY ACCEPTANCE 12 NOON DAILY AS FOLLOWS:. MONDAY for Wednesday's Paper TUESDAY . for Thursday's Paper WEDNESDAY for Friday's Paper THURSDAY for Saturday's Paper FRIDAY - -,.., for Monday's Paper FRIDAY for Tuesday's Paper WANT AD PHONE 242-3141 CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAYS, SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS SUBSCRIPTION RATES MAIL RATES IN CANADA t year -- 15.00 a months , M 8 50 3 months , 9 00 1 month .... 2.00 By mall or etter carrier walks In Saskatoon . 1 year 28.00 To All Countries Outside Canada: 1 year 21.00 0 months , 12 00 3 months 7.00 1 month J.00 By Carrier In Ssskatoon and on Motor Delivery Route 35 Centa Per Week. Back Copies by Mall, Minimum Charge 25 Cents SIDE GLANCES -By Galbraith DEATHS Continued) KORNUTA THE PASSING OF NICK Kornuta in his 52nd year, beloved husband of Mrs. Margarete Kornuta of 2314 St, Andrews Avenue, Saskatoon occurred on Thursday, Nov, 14, 1963. The funeral service will be held on Tuesday, November 19 at 10 a.m. from Park Funeral Chapel, conducted by Monsignor J. Olynyk. Surviving are his wife; one daughter, Halyna and one son, Denys, at home; one brother, Mike of Vancouver, B.C.: and one uncle, Demetro in the U.S.A. The late Mr. Kornuta was born in th Ukraine and had resided in Saskatoon since coming to Canada in December, 1947, Prayers will be said from Park Funeral Chapel on Monday, November 18 at 8 p.m. In. terment wlU take place in the family plot in the Roman Catholic section of Woodlawn Cemetery, Courtesy parking north of tha chapel. 11-18-e FEHR THE FUNERAL SERVICE of Cornelius L. r-ehr. who died on i Nov. 13. was held from Bergthaler Mennoniie unurcn on sunaay, ov, 17 at 1 p.m., conducted by Rev. A. Buhler. Pallbearers were: Peter I Fehr. Henry Fehr, Corney Fehr. Ross Cleveland. Richard Skelton. Julius Banman. Interment was made in tha Church Cemetery. The Sas-1 katoon Funeral Home was in charge. I KAYFISH THE FUNERAL SER. Vivo ut me; win wid. uuvj jn.,y -lion, who died on November 1 vm held irorn St. Henry's Roman Catholic Church. Leask, Sask, on Saturday, jNovemoer 10 at 10 a.m. (M.s.r.t, conducted bv Rev Father St. Pierre. Pallbearers were: sons: Vincent FIVE AGGRESSIVE MEN WANTED jvayii-n, atosepn ivayrisn. aieve jvay-1 Detween the axes of 28 and 40. TENDER CUT KNIFE R.M. OFFICE CUT KNIFE, SASKATCHEWAN Sealed Tenders including all sub-trades will be accepted by the under, signed until 2.00 p.m. C.S.T. November 29, 1W3, for the construction of a new office for tha R.M, of Cut Knife. Tenders will be marked on the out side "Tender for Cut Knife R.M. Office" and shall be accompanied by a marked cheque or bid bond In the amount of 10 of the tender price. Plans, specifications and Tender Forms may De obtained from the Architects, Webster. Forrester. Scott & Associates. 120 Morgan Avenue. Saskatoon, Sask.: 1245 Main Street. North Battleford. isk. Copies of all aubtrad bids shall b. filed with the Architects not later than uu p.m. L.s.l. November il, luea. The lowest or any tender not neces sarily accepted. Mr. K. Rlekman, Secretary, R M. of Cut Knife, CUT KNIFE, Saskaichewan. Architects, Webster, Forrester, Scott tc Associates, 1120 Morgan Avenue. Saskatoon, Sask., 1245 Main Street, North Battleford. Sask. .... 11-lK-e McKEE THE DEATH OF MRS. VERA Helen McKee, age 67 years, longtime resident of the Asquith district, occurred suddenly in Toronto on Nov. 17. The funeral service day and time is pending. McKague Funeral Home will be in charge. Surviving are ner nusDana, riugn James Me-Kee; four daughters, Mrs. R. J. IMona) Rousell. Mrs A. (Delia) Brooks and Mrs. M. (Verna) Sum-mach, all of Asquith and Miss Joyce McKee in Saskatoon; one son, Malcolm McKee of Saskatoon; IB grand. cmidren and three great-grandchll. dren; one sister, Mrs. D. J, Bowen, in California; four brothers, Roy Stfnson of Saskatoon, Malcolm and Edgar Stlnson of Gary. Indiana and Walter Stlnson in Regina. Born in Manitoba, Mrs. McKee came to Sas. katchewan as a young woman and for a time, lived in th ColcaU, di. trlct. She moved to Asquith about j years ago ana snoruy alter mar. ried Hugh . James McKee, then made the home on the family farm until retiring to the town of Asquith about 1844. Mrs. McKee was a verv active member of the Asquith Baptist Church and was a life mem. ber of tha Women's Missionary Society and was active In all com-mutiny affairs. In lieu of flowers memorial donations to the Asquith Baptist Church will be sincerely ap- picciaiea. curiai win De made in the Asquith Cemetery. 11-19-c NORTH IN LOVING MEMORY OF JJanlel Nortn, who passed away liov. 18. 1S60. From our happy home and circle. uoa nas iaicen one we love, Borne away from sin and sorow. To a better home above. Ever remembered bv his wife. Ethel. 11-lB-p ; TENDER Tenders are requested for the pro. posed High School at Cravelbourv Sask. Plana may be seen at the Sas katoon and Reglna Builders' Ex changes or may be obtained from the Arcnuect at Bit tn St.. E.. Saskatoon. Bids from sub-trades will be received two days before General Contracts Close. Bids will close at the office of me secretary, uraveibourf School D s. trict No. 2244, at 8 p.m. C.S.T., Wed- icsuay, i cemoer , iimj. me lowest or any lenaer not necessarily accepted, M. Desmond Paine, Architect. 11-lB-c NOTICES IN THIS irerrAT rim u-rrtTaiw KENNEDY. LATE OF SASKATOON, inc. rnuvinLt JB CHIWAN, DECEASED. NOTICE TO CREDITORS All claims against th ahov Mint duly veruied by statutory declaration and with particulars and valuation nf security neia. if anv. must be smt t the undersigned before th 14th dnv WEDGE. McKERCHER, McKERCHER & PURDY, Barristers and Solicitors, 304 MacMillan Building, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Solicitors for the Executors , 11-19-e-s NEEDHAM THE PASSING OF Mrs, Jennie May Needham in her 78th year, beloved wife of Charles Austin Needham of Ste. 14, 108 rourin Avenue, north, Saskatoon, occurred in a local hosnltal on Fri day, November IS, 1963, The funeral service will be held on Tuesday, November 19 at J.30 p.m from Park Funeral Charjel. r-ondii.liri h Ho Benson Summers. Surviving are her husband; four daughters, Mrs. H. D. jueaa maun) or Juneau, Alaska, Mra T. W. E. Henry (Cynthia Allcet of Fort Saskatchewan, Alta., Mrs A. E. Street (Dorothy Maxlne) of Sas katoon and Mrs. H. W. Johnson (Shirley Mabel I of Hudson Heights, Quebec: One ion. Tnnnrri Austin nt Prince George, B.C.: one sister, Mrs. J. M. Charlton of London, Ont.; 13 grandchildren and three nieces, Ruth of London, Ont., Catherine of Hyde Park. Ont., and Elizabeth of x-uruana, uregon. xne late Mrs. Needham was Knrn In T nnrln.. Township, Ontario and had lived at Prince Albert, Sask. for five years before coming to Saskatoon in 1808. wrs. Needham was a member of vnu unuea unurcn women's Circle and a member of the Ladles' Aux. illary to the Shrine Club. The re-mama wlU be accompanied to Lon don, Ont. where funeral services will be held on Saturday, November 23 at 2 p.m. from the Needham Funeral Chapel and interment will take place in the family plot la Woodlands Cemetery. London. Cour-tesy parking north of the chapeL staff attendant. 11-19-c PENNER MRS. MARIA PRNNirp p"seu mra me nigher life at the City Hospital on Sunday, November 17, 193 at 2.30 p.m. Mrs. Penner was 74 years of age. She is sur- iviu oy ner nusoanci, John B. Pen. rier of 805 31st Street, west. Saska. toon: four Sons. HprhArt .1 a urin M,n- WUmot of. Burnabv' H.C .. John Unclrl r.f Rn.lr.t- ward of Montreal, P.O.; two daughters. Edna (Mrs. H. Addison! of New "cowiimsver, D.i. ana Helena (Mrs. xi. Lessen of Hague, Sask. Also urvivmg are in grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. M service will be held at the Park Funeral Chapel on Wednesday, Nov. 30 at 1.30 p.m Interment will be ...ouc a me nague cemetery on the same afternoon, courtesy parking north of the chapel, staff attendant ll-l-c BIRTHS THE. SASKATOON STAR-PHOENIX win send free of charge a lovely -Bsoy uook" to the proud parents Inserting birth notices gtf DEATHS BRONKE AT VICTORIA KCIV il Mrs. Shirley Florence Bronke '(nee Wood!, aged S3. Survivors are her oevotea nusoana Svend and daugh ter. bharlene: her parents, Mrs and Mrs. W Wood: llltprl! Mn Wini fred Hutcheson and Mrs. Dorothy nun, (Formerly at sutnerlandi and brother, William R. and a sister Mrs. Edna Bailey at Sutherland: also a brother Robert at Hardistv. Alta. Bunai at Royal Oak. Victoria. ll-l-e 1WAV1CHA THE DEATH OF Wasyl Iwanicna, age 80 years o! 201 Hediey Street, occurred at his residence en November II. The funeral service will be held on Tuesday, November 1 at 10.00 a.m. from St George's Ukrainian Creek Ctholir Church and prayers will be offered on Moo dd v at 1 00 p m in the Chapel of McKague a Funeral Home. surviving are; lour daughters: Mrs. juiia nrutico: miss Eva Iwanirria; Mra. Roy tAnnel Mitchell- and Mrs. M. (Hosel V, ilson. all of Saskatoon five sons: Michael. John, Wilham ana Tommv in saskatoon and Nick in Edmonton: 18 arandehildren and 8 great grarncnuaren; tnere is also a sister Mrs. J. Kobarenki. in Poland. Mr. I anicha was born in Austria ana came to live in Saskatoon in 1911. h was err.siaved bv tne Canadian pacific until hta retirement Some fifteen eara ago. Burial win Da made in the Cam oitc Cemetery. 11-19-e "Tli missus will enjoy listening in on the 8-party phone line and nobobdy butts into the newj with a commercial! ODSOV JOHN. DIED SUDDENLY on Friday November IS. 1963. at rrte miaence of his sister. Mrs J P. fm md. 9 Frosted Avenue. Grlrashy, Ontario. Dear brother of Mrs. J. P. Elclndl. Frosted. Gnms-bv. Miss Borgbild Odsoa of Vancouver and N'.'-s Odon of Staten iMand. New York. Resting at the Stonebouse-Whtteomb Funeral Home. 11 Mountain Street. Gnmsbv. where funeral serine wtii be held on Monday. overber 11 at 2 o m. Interment Gfuuby. 11-19-c SHANNON THE DEATH OF W, iiaiiriji n m t.i v rr sneH Jf 4 3r of 17j Crocus Street," Ottawa. Ontario. atmit-h in r.t ..... on October 14, 1963. The cremated remains were committed on Saturday, November 18 at 2 pjn in the family plot in Woodlawn Cemetery conducted by Rev. Prof. J. R. Fife. Surviving are: His widow, Mrs. j""fui snannon; three sons: Fred, Hob and Geor? hia mnH... M May Shannon' of Winnipeg and one uier. miss tana Shannon of Win nipeg. Mr. Shannon taught school ii Saskatchewan before graduating from the University of Manitoba in 1948. He joined the . staff of the Canadian Seed Growers Association in 1949 and was appointed secretary in 1S57 At the time of his death. lie -as president or tne interna tional Crop Improvement Associa. '" 11-19-c SMITH THE DEATH OF MR, WIL- prt H. smith, age 74 years of 217 mam oi.. sasxaioon occurrea in 4 local hfianitai nn KnwmKa- 17 lurl The funeral service will be held on Wednesday, November 20 at 2 p m. C.S.T. from McKague s Funeral nome conducted by Rey. M. A naacuonaia. surviving ate: His lov. ing wife- Minnie: two daughters Mrs. U D. itmily) Cameron of umsmore ana Mrs K. A, iLorrelnel Orth of Glamis: one granddaughter. inree granasons ana two gre grandchildren: one brother. T.m Guleph. Ontario. The late Mr. Smith was born in Bel Fountain, Ontario In 1889. In 1909 he came west to Prince Albert and then to Bounty in 1918. He resided in th nountv and Conquest districts unul 190 when ne retired to make his home in Saskatoon. Burial W','1 be mad in Hill crest Memorial Gardens. 11-13-c FUNERALS CLACKSON THE FUNERAL SEH vtce ol Geor Meivin CUckson. who d'.ea on November 13. he from McKaeue Funeral Home on Saturday. Nov. J at 2 o m.. con ducted br Rev E A. King. Bunai made in Woodiava Cemetery 1 FUNERALS (Continued) Sales' Representative - EXPERIENCED The Canadian manufacturer of "Scotch Brand Tapes and related products offers sales employment to promote our nationally advertised and well established quality Pressure Sensitive Tape Product . In Saskatoon and surrounding area calling on retail and industrial accounts and related distributors. This la a permanent position in our diversified product organisation offering to an aggressive young salesman age 25-35 years, a profitable return and a promising future. A complete high school education with additional academle and aalea training courses la essential, and a successful record selling to retail andor supermar ket and Industrial outlets will be especially preferred. The "3M" Company offers base salary . plus extra compensation scheme, car supplied, and excellent group benefits. Please reply by letter giving com plete resume of personal Informa tion and work experience tot Personnel Manager MINNESOTA MINING AND MANUFACTURING OF CANADA LIMITED YOUNG MAN TO DO VERIFICATION work in city. Must be of neat ap pearance, sales minded and have a good car Apply room 304 Central Chambers, Monday through Friday, to 10 a.m. only. 11-20-c MAN WANTED FOR LOCAL PLANT. Must have mechanical and electronic experience. Excellent opportunity. Box sost; Star-Phoenix. 11-20-c P.O. Box 2757, London, Ontario ll-18-e ll-19-v TRUCK DRIVERS WANTED. STEADY work six and one half cents per mile. Plus loading and unloading auuwaiices. fiepiy Dy mail only, siaung age, experience, u now employed, if prepared to relocate. Interior Motor Transport Ltd., Sta tion a, caigary. ji-20-e fish. Charles Kavilsh: sons-in-law: W. Miller. L. June. Westwood Mem orial Chapel was in charge of ar-1 rangements. 11-19-c 1 IN MEMORIAM Above-average income for right men and complete training program pro. vided. Must be bondable, have nice personality and must be financially aound. Please give complete pre vious employment record for last eigni years aox oww star-.fnoenix. il-ao-c WANTED EXPERIENCED MECH, anic for G.M. Garage. Wages good, working conditions excellent. Vickar Sales Ltd., Tisdale, Sask. 11-19-e FUNERAL DIRECTORS SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME W. Arnold Edwards. Donald W. Somers, I 343 2nd Ave- So. Telephone 244-5577.1 XII I McKAGUE'S FUNERAL HOME M. McKague rnone m-jui R. J. McKague JUU ara Ave., a. xti WE NEED AN INTELLIGENT, AMBITIOUS YOUNG MAN for WAREHOUSE, SHIPPING AND ORDER DESK DUTIES Preferably one who Is Interested in sales and able to meet the public. Apply Box 354C Star-Phoenix Giving age, education and references, c . . Il-19-c ARK FUNERAL CHAPEL PARKING SPACE AIR-CONDITIONED 311 3rd Ave. North Phone 144-2103 xtf MAN OVER 21 WITH CAR FOR DIR. ect sales work, Box 350U Slar-rnoe- nix. ii--i WESTWOOD MEMORIAL CHAPEL Funeral Directors. 20th St., Ave. M rn. B33-MM, itae J. juurdock, Mgr. MAN WANTED TO SELL RAWLEIGH Products in sasKatoon. iooo prom for hustler. Apply immediately between a-A n m.. 139 Second Ave.. north. 11-21-c WANTED; EXPERIENCED WAITER for licensed premises. Apply out look Hotel. S67-II6J6. 11-iU-C xtf HEAD GREENSKEEPER Application, are invited for the posi- tion oi rieaa u-reensKeeper 101 in W-HOAna Golf and Country Club Stat nrdvioui exDrience. oosltiona held, ISSUERS OF MARRIAGE LICENCES. Tec".. SH. iM onH a- A,ih" Jit Country Club, P.O. Box wa, e ma. sasx. a-"' MARRIAGE LICENCES S FLORISTS "MILLAR'S" FLORISTS AND GROWERS 214 21st St- East Phone 6S2-7722 Night S49-2792 xu SALES OPPORTUNITY FOR YOUNG m.n 2n-sa. sixoericnce not neceB- sary Car essential. Phone 343-5737 tor appointment. ii-m-i VICTORIA FLORISTS (MRS. A. Mc Allister, Miss . uoioi uayiigm Theatre Building. Phone 243-36t4, nursery phone 853-2533. xtf FRANK J. DOWDING FLORIST LTD. Everything in floral neeus ZJ4 zna Ave, south (opposite Tivoli Theatre). Phone 652-6272. Three lines. Nights and holidays 249-2750. 652-4214. 949-5245 xtf MARRIOTTS FLOWERS Flowers for All Occasions Store 126 2nd Ave- N ph 243-3300 Greenhouses (1 33 W. ph. 242-2107 1 an EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY FOR A doctor to locate in me vinaae ox Pangman. Modem, ruiiy sistieo. iu. Krt hosnltal. House supplied an separate office facilities. Modern village situated near Junction of two highways. 60 miles south of Regina and 40 miles west of Weyburn. One other doctor with hospital privileges situated in Ogema which is 13 miles further west. This has always been an excellent location for a doctor and facilities are new and modern. Contact the Sec.-Treas. of the Pang. man Union Hospital at Pangman for any information required or inspect the area yourself, u. tt. Armstrong, Sec. .Treas.. Panflman. 11-2B-C ANGUS G. McTAVlSH. FLORIST. I member Fiortsta Telegrapn ueuvery, 206 2nd Ave., north, nhona 242-1345. Night phone 343-1574. xtf MONUMENTS 5a WEST SIDE MONUMENTAL WORKS He a and Diacx granite maroie, Imnorted bronze memorials. aOl 20th I St. west Phone 244-7445. xtf EVENTIDE MEMORIAL STUDIOS, Personal and dignified aervica (or cemeterv monuments xtf 1 LOST AND FOUND LOST LADY'S GOLD WRIST WATCH on Friday in Eaton s. rtewara. it-1 4558 alter 6. 11-19-c I MALE HELP WANTED 12 DIESEL TRUCK DRIVER Large oil company require fu'ly experienced semi-trailer driver. Minimum grade 11. 25 te 35 years of age. Excellent salary, fringe benefits, promotional opportunities. lop references required. APPLY: National Employment Of fice, Saskatoon. Order No. S4J4. 11-20 MALE HELP WANTED (Continued) 12 TRADE SCHOOLS (Male) 12a HELP WTD. (Male-Female- It (Centinvedi COMBINED LAB AND X-RAY TECH- nician required for 30-oea nospuar to begin work Dec. th or anytime thereafter. This is a two technician hospital Send references snd salary expected with first application to the Secretary, Outlook Union Hospital, Outlook. Sask. 11-22-e) BUILD A BIGGER PAY CHEQUE To Earn More Learn More Vocational training can help yon to a successful career in today's demanding industries. Age or education no barrier. HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA NOT NECESSARY Courses Available in ELECTRONICS, RADIO AND TELEVISION DRAFTING, REFRIGERATION DIESEL HEAVY EQUIPMENT AND AUTO MECHANICS, PHOTOGRAPHY COMMERCIAL ART, AIR CONDITIONING, WELDING. EVENING DAY OR HOME COURSES Practical training shops in major cities across Canada. Placement service to assist graduates. For information without obligation PHONE 343-3240 or write BOX 346C STAR-PHOENIX ' Chicago VOCATIONAL TRAINING Canada's Largest Private Vocational School System 11-lS-c-a FOR AUTOMATION, INDUSTRIAL electronics communication, radio and TV. Write Devry Technical Insti tute, ttox ao sasKatoon. Phone Q. R Teece. 242-6876. xtf WANT BIG WAGES? GET, IN ELECTRONICS You can become a well-paid specialist in Radio TV Radar. Automation. Computers. Dav or Home Study Courses. Free booklet. Careen in Electronics. Act now. RADIO COLLEGE OF CANADA Est 1828 Box 163. Regina. Sask. 1 ll-10-c-s . GET THE FACTS International Correspondence Schools 652-4223, Bob Carr. 49 Howell Ave- Saskatoon Xtf FEMALE HELP WANTED IS BEAUTY COUNSELORS Offers part-time business opportunity for women Flexible hours. Chance of advancement- Call 141-4825 from a to S p.m. tf THE ROYAL BANK. 153 2ND AVE., reouire a stenoirranher. ahnrt. hand essential. Salary commensurate wun experience. Minimum wage 2U0 per month. 11-lD-c CHRISTMAS SELLING IN FULL swing with Avon. Begin at once to earn good Income. Territories available, City Park. West Side, and Grasswood district. Phone District Mgr., 242-6296. m-12-16-c EXPERIENCED WAITRESS WANTED tun or part-time. Apply in person Elite Cafe. 11-20-c LAW OFFICE REQUIRES LEGAL stenographer. Please apply National Employment Office F-3015. 11-21-c FORTY FIVE BED HOSPITAL RE. quires one Registered Laboratory Technician as soon as possible May consider a Certified Combined Technician with considerable exper. ience to fill in until R.T is avail able. Also: One Certified Combined Technician to start January 1, l(i4. Basic Salary for R.T. 33O0.O0; for Combined, $240.00. Call back pay and consideration given for experience. Good personnel policies. Living accommodation available in residence Contact, Administrator, As-sinibola Union Hospital - 11-22-c THE CENTRAL BUTT! UNION HOSPITAL requires the following staff members for employment starting December 16 or sooner, if possible. One combined course laboratory and X-ray technician and one C.S.L.T, registered technician. Accommodation is available in the nurses' residence. A good salary can be offered plus call back payments, four weeks holidays per year, generous sick leave and other benefits. This hospital Is located within a few minutes drive of the site of the Qu'Appelle Dam at the proposed provincial park. A paved highway connects with Moose Jaw and daily bus service is in operation to Moose Jaw and Regina. APPLY BUSINESS MANAGER DOUG MCGREGOR CENTRAL BUTTE UNION HOSPITAL CENTRAL BUTTE, SASK. jys-c DOM. HELP WANTED 13b HOUSEKEEPER TO WATCH CHILD-ren. Ages 3, S, 8. while mother works Pay $60 monthly. 952-0110. 652-5883. 11-22-e WANTED CAPABLE GIRL FOR housework. Sleep in, 652-8354 ll-22-e HOUSEKEEPER TO LIVE IN, WITH wages Phone 244-7282. 11-20-e BABYSITTING 13c FOR BABYSITTING REQUIREMENTS call 404 25th St W Mrs. Anderson xtf P LA Y-A-WHILE DAY NURSERY, Over Empne Meat For working mothers, shoppers. 652-8677. 343-23X0. m-12-2-e APPLIANCE MANAGER For Saskatchewan territory to rep resent nationally luiuwo aunn ADolicant should live In Saskatoon and be free to cover territory sys tematically. Khouirf own late model car. Trav- eiiine exoenses and guaranteed draw. Bonus, pension, group insurance, etc. Give security to the right man. Complete knowledge of appliance aales and merchandising necessary. Please reolv in own handwriting. giving a complete resume of your experience ana auaiuicauons wits recent pnotograpn. APPLY TO: BOX 1803 STAR-PHOENIX ll-l-e WANTED CLEAN-CUT, AGGRES- sive young butcher, capebie of Managing Pre-Pack Meat Department, Write Craig Bros. Ltd-, North Battleford, Sask. ll-20-c LICENSED MECHANIC FOR CANA- dian cars, one experienced mechanic for European cars Excellent wages. No others need apply. Box 366C Star-Phoenix. 11-21-c WANTED: YOUNG AGGRESSIVE Ac countant for Lethbridge Firm. Must be willing to work hard Good references necessary. Apply in own handwriting stating qualifications snd remuneration expected. Reply Box 1818 Star-Phoenix. 11-23-c LARGE INSURANCE INSPECTION Company requires part tune help. Over 21 years of sge. Grade 11 and some typing ability required. Ideal for University student with spare time. Paid on fee basis. Apply P O. Box 1213, Saskatoon. 11-23-c WANTED: LICENSED MECHANIC "ANTED; MACHINISTS. WELDERS. with diesel experience preferably. Good wages if satisfactory. Water and sewer in town. IHC garage in Forestburg, Alta. Phone 31 bus., 45 residence. 11-22-c Drillers. Assembly Mechanics for Saskatoon Machine Manufacturer. Box 3H4C Star-Phoenix. 11-20-c . OPPORTUNITY Recent promotional have ntcMil tatea a national jtiiaimce u-GAMZATION to -ek SALES 14 RPRf-S ENT ATI VK tor It local office. This position offers m career opportunity. attractive salary, numerous company benefits and tin limited advancement possibili ties. Sales finance, banking or re-Inted experience an asset. PHONE 344-79A6 for appointment with ail inquiries neia in com men re. CANADIAN ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION LIMITED EQUIPMENT FTNANCTNCr DIVISION U-U-t Classified Phone 242-3141 DISTRICT SALES REPRESENTATIVE For Province of Saskatchewan Excellent opportunity tn the mar kettng organization of an electronic component manufacturer. Responsibilities Include saies and mar feeling assistance to eotrnnt par distributors. Applicant should have previous experience in electronic component business. Preference will be given to candidates with university education and knowledge of electronics. Salary commen s -a rs t w 1 th q ua i 1 f i ca lions and ability. Reply Including resume to: BOX 1820 STAR-PHOENTX ll-20-e CNrVERSITY STUDENTS MAKX M prr nour In anv sparr t-ni available Apply Box ITtrC Star-Phon x ll-l-p-e BABYSITTER WANTED. flVE DAYS wees, ive in or out 242-04H4. 11-lft-p BABYSITTER, TO SIT IN WHILE motner works. BSZ-e7. Apply 414 Ave. H, So, 11-20-c MALE SITS. WANTED 14 FIRST CLASS CARPENTERING. Kumpus rooms, suites, cabinets. 343-0419 or 343-0177. xtf RELIABLE' MIDDLE AGED MAN oesires care taxing position lor omce buildjna or block. Is - capable of Bandung all small repairs, supervise staff and accept responsibility Good reference. Phone 653-1428. 11-lt-p FEMALE SITS. WANTED 15 RECEPTIONIST - SECRETARY DE- sires position. Experienced. Available immediately. 52-7273. ll-l-p WILL DO TYPING AT HOME. TYPE out evenings. 632-7041. 11-19-p WANTED: DAYWORJC. HOMES AND office cleaning, pnone 242-4J6 between -10 p.m. ll-3A-p PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES , Advantages of Public Service Commission employment: 1 weeks siclc leave with pay: 3 weeks holiday; excellent superannuation scheme; group life i ian; Stilt-hour week for office employment, CLOSING DATE FOR RECEIPT OF APPLICATIONS FOR THE FOLLOWING; NOVEMBER 30, 1263. S68S TWO ASSISTANT REGIONAL MEDICAL HEALTH OFFICERS, North Battleford and Yorkton-MelvlUe Health Regions. j;-f.s.t Without D.P.H. With D.PJI. . (8W-$1,036 Graduation from an approved School of Medicine, preferably with a Diploma from a recognized School of Public Heelth. To assist the Regional Medical Health Officer In planning and directing a public health program in an organized health region, 8688 LAND PLANS EXAMINER , I, Highways and Transportation, Surveys Branch, Regina $24S-$308 Completion of Grade XU with courses in mathematics and preferably in drafting. To do torn drafting, to make elementary - survey calculations and to examine survey plans in connection with the registration of land titles. , MM PARENTAL CARE SUPERVISOR (MALE), Social Welfare, Embury House, Regina .--. 308-$371 Grade XTI and significant experience in conducting activities related to the needs of children under care; or Grade XI and specialized training in areas such as psychiatric or general nursing, and teaching Shift work between T:30 a.m. and 11:30 p.m. is involved, C-408 LAND TITLES CLERK, Attorney General, Land Titles Branch, Moose Jaw S293-S363 Grade XII with several years of clerical experience or Grade X with cons-derable clerical experience preferably related to land titles instruments and procedures. Typing ability of 2s wpm. Candidates must write a qualifying examination, C-418 CLERK TYPIST I, Agriculture., Agr. Representative, Fort Qu'Appelle, Sask. $182-$237 Complete Grade X and related training in typing. Ability to type 33 wpm, C-41 CLERK STENO IT, Municipal Affairs, Local Improv, District, Hudson Bay, Sask. $248-$308 Complete Grade X plus S years of related experience or G'ade XI plus 1 year of related ex-. perience or Grade XU with no . experience. Ability to type 43 wpm and take shorthand at 1U0 wpm. For those positions with an education standard, candidates must be prepared to submit documentary proof of education within one week of the closing date. Unless otherwise stated commencing salary for these positions is at the minimum with automatic increases to tha maximum. For further information and application forms apply to tha Public Service Commission, Legislative BulldingB, Regina, or the National Employment Service, Federal Building, Saskatoon. 11-19-a TRADES, PROFESSIONS 21 FOR PAINTING AND PAPERHANG-ing phone Upper 242-8174. 242-4355. ill LADY WANTS DAY WORK. FLOOR etc. 242-3026. 1 1-20-p HELP WTD. (Male-Female) II SECRETARY TREASURER Applications for the position of Secretary Treasurer of the Wilkie School Unit No M will be received by the undersigned up until Ivm, November 26th, 163. The position requires a qualified secretary. Duties to commence January 13th, 1964. Wllkie is a modern community with a new hospital, public and high schools Including a new uniioriura gymnasium. Population ldfto. Please apply slating age, experience, qualifications, name of employer and salary expected to M s . L. Mslr Acting Secretary Treasurer. WiiKle School Unit No. IS. Wilkw Sask. n-ao-c COOK WANTED rOR FULL TIME IN small service static cafe. Apply Mrs. rcterson, -ud worth, saia ll-o-e UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL, SASKA- tfrin, requires a Registered Laboratory Technoioerst in the Department of Bacteriology Good personnel poTicies include 5 day. 40 boor week. S-iarv range 3223 to 3345 per montn. depending on qualification, and experience Apply to: Or G. Dems. - At;ia.offv Department. U-l- SAW SHARPENING Burnett's Key Shop, 133 1st Ave.. S. Locks, hydraulla door closers repaired. xti TOM'S CEMENT SERVICE 242-3834. Driveways walks, floors, steps. xtf HAL'S ELECTRIC SERVICE AND wiring our specialty 242-3142. xtf TIMBOW CONCRETE. ANY TYPE Of cement work, foundations, driveways, patios, eta 242-6497. xtf CHIMNEY REPAIRS Brick chimneys repaired or rebuilt. Aluminum or stainless steel linings. olid west t-nimney Service. B53-HH0. xtf Citv Caroet Cleaning Co. r,KliBh-l loia ins a., ,.-. V B.,i Ruga Upholstery Reweaving, iu-f. xti CONCRETE CONTRACTING FRES estimates, uubert at Martin. 242-4674, xti PAINTING, PAPER HANGING, PLAS- ter repairs. neaaonaDie prices. Evenings phone K C Payne 053-2U01. xti CYLINDER HEADS exchange, remanufactured and welded. Complete valve job and inset ts. Cylinder Head it Supply 104 Ave B, south. 652-4151. xtf ADAMS PAINTING 244-4836 OR interior exterior xtf STUCCO, WALKS, DRIVEWAYS. painting, steps, fencing. 633-0312. xtf ODD JOBS 652-6983 HOUSEHOLD BERV1CENTRB xti PAINTING EXTERIOR AND INTER, ior; small carpenter lobs. 242-8782. PROFESSIONAL ROOFER, WORK guaranteed. Special winter rates. 343-6248. 11-22-e DIRT AND GARBAGE REMOVAL, Hagan. Phone 242-3336 Or 242-3731. xti BASEMENTS OLD AND NEW, EX. pertlv repaired or platered. Tom's Cement Service 242-3C54 tf CARPENTRY REMODELLING. FUR- ntture repnirea or meae. trices right. 242-8342. ll-27- COMPLETE LINE OF PAINT AND iioor coverings Do It yourself o five us a call for free estimate, deal Roofing Co 413 2uU St., W. 632-2248. 12-5-e CHIMNEYS REPAIRED Cleaned, also basements. 342-2731. 11-2S-4! PAINTING, REPAIRING. WINTER rales Phone 332-6063 evenings. 11-27-p HYDRAULIC REPAIRS Jacks of all snakes. Pickup and de liver, lu-i.ii, mi 2111 ab west 11-23-) IDEAL ROOFING CO.. 4; 20TH ST, west. Experienced finishing. Carpenter wtij bu'.id cupboards or any interior rerr o-Uiimg. 632-2243. m-13-13- PAINTING BY PROFESSIONALS. Taut, clean, reasonable. 343-W4T evenings. 11-23-p TEACHERS WANTED 23 HODCEVILL HIGH SCHOOL requires a teacher for home economics in grades to 12 and literature and health in grades and 10 duti&ai to commence immediate ly Phone or write applications to Mr. Ian W. Banter Secretary-Treasurer Heroe rt School Unit Ne. 13 HERBERT. Saskatchewan, PHONE 784-2433. 11-19- KINISTINO SCHOOL UNIT NO. 33 Invitee epo! tea tion tor the following position; Teacher for Horn sVonomica, gr1e to 12, fo- the K:r.trv.na Composite School, Ktnixtino, Sask. Duties to commence January 6, 1S64. Apory stating qualification,. s pei enr an4 r.an.e ol it Superm-ter..4-r.t to Mrs. G. M lUnnie, axe-1 rex.. ILusUno, Saak.

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