Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada on September 8, 1969 · 21
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Monday, September 8, 1969 Saskatoon StarPhofnix 21 These two Eskimo children at Frobisher Bay, N.W.T. rest in hospital where ' they are being treated or botulism poisoning from eating bad seal meat. A ' Montreal bacteriologists was flown to Frobisher Bay during the weekend to treat seven persons who incurred the rare disease. ttil fa. J Im. I . j- Id . , ,1 I. . 'I I ' . M 1 ' ' I , ' ' ' ' " ' ll 1 ' ' I'l English-language parents vote to keep children home MONTREAL (CP) - In a series of 25 secret meetings this weekend, frustrated English-language parents in suburban St. Leonard voted to keep children in Grades 1-7 out of school. Regular classes in the north-end suburb resume today, but Robert Beale, president of the St. Leonard Parents Association. said the meetings voted overwhelmingly to keep the 2,000 to 2,700 English-language children Dut of the elementary system until the government offers an acceptable solution to the communitys 15-month school language dispute. Mr. Beale said in an interview the meetings, held in basements hnd garages in different parts of St. Leonard, were each attended by 75 to 100 parents. He said the meetings were Oil workers halt picketing products VANCOUVER (CP) Striking ers union was to appear before oil workers in the British Col- the B.C. Federation of Labor umbia lower mainland will sus- to defend itself against charges pend random picketing of of violation of several federa-companies using products from tion policies. six strikebound refineries, a union leader said Sunday. The announcement came a few hours before the oil work- Pikes body found JERUSALEM (AP) -Rev. James A. Pike, who lost his battle with the Judean desert which he had hoped would yield a fuller meaning of Christianity for him, "did not fear death and now he is at peace." ' The words came from his 31-year-old third wife Diane after the body of the former Episcopal (Anglican) bishop of California was recovered from a ledge of a deep canyon Sunday. The spot was two miles from where rite had left him to go for aid last Monday night. "And now Jim has died in the place where Jesus found consolation. she said. "The book must be finished. My brother and I will do it. It will be a memorial to Jim." .. Search parties of Israeli police, Bedouin trackers and army volunteers spent six days combing the wasteland where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found 20 years ago. -Police Inspertor Salman Abu Yaman said Pike apparently was trying to climb out of the canyon and fell about 80 feet to the ledge. - An Israeli pathologist said Pike apparently died almost immediately from the fall and had been dead two to five days. held secretly to avoid violence which would likely occur at a large general meeting. The parents had unanimously rejected the governments offer of a private school for English- language children as well as a more recent solution offered by Education Minister Jean-Guy Cardinal. It would have tolerated English-language instruction, but on a limited basis. Mr. Beale said the parents also voted unanimously to avoid future violent clashes with the French unilingualist Ligue pour 1Integration Scholaire which has been leading the fight to abolish English-language instruction in St. Leonard's Roman Catholic elementary school system. Violence flared last Wednesday at a meeting organized by the LIS when parents opposed The Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers union represents 550 men who have been on strike since May 23 for higher wages. It faced suspension of its federation membership. R. T. (Buck) Philp, international representative of the OCAW, said Sunday hit-and-run picketing will cease while the B.C. Mediation Commission is holding public hearings into the strike. Random picketing was the basis of one federation charge. So was the OCAW's appearance before the commission. The federation wants such hearings boycotted as a protest against B.C. labor laws. Random picketing by oil workers in the last month disrupted transportation and construction in sevedal areas. Pickets disappeared after companies involved obtained court injuctions. Decision to appear before the commission led the federation to accuse the OCAW of a "progression of continuing violations" of federation policies since the strike started. Mr. Philp agreed to attend a special meeting of the federa tion. saying: "We are prepared to defend the actions we have taken. We will defend our right to remain in the federation." After the federation laid its complaints, the OCAW asked the Canadian Labor Congress to order the federation to stop interfering in the OCAWs affairs. No reaction was announced. The OCAW was to present its case to the mediation commission today. It seeks $1 hourly pay increases on rates ranging from $2.95 to $4.05 and has rejected a 53-cent package over two years. to integration clashed with LIS supporters in a school gymnasium. The LIS has re-scheduled the meeting for this Wednesday, but Mr. Beale said parents have voted to stay home that night and to keep their children indoors so as not be lured into any confrontations with opposing factions. Classes in St. Leonard are starting five days later than those in the rest of the province. Official reason for the delay was that teachers were taking a crash course in new teaching methods. The compromise solution rejected by the parents was that English courses would be taught for 50 minutes a day beginning in Grade 1. A special class would be established for Grade 2 students affected by the drive towards French-only classes and the status quo would be maintained in Grades 3 to 7. The solution, a temporary one, was proposed Friday by Education Minister Jean-Guy Cardinal. He made it clear that the idea originated with the St. Leonard Catholic school board. Earlier Sunday, Robert Lem ieux, president of the Ligue pour llntegration S c o 1 a i r e which controls the five-man board, said that at least seven other Montreal suburbs likely will start phasing out English-language education. The St Leonard board dropped English-language instruction in Grade 1 last term and in Grade 2 this year. Cuba expels neivsman HAVANA (AP) - The Cuban government today expelled Fenton Wheeler, the Associated Press correspondent in Havana, and gave him and his wife two hours to pack for departure. Prime Minister Fidel Castros government said it objected to Wheelers reporting in general and in particular to his report Friday that the government had accused c member of the Mexi can Embassy staff of spying for the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency. Wheeler was called to the foreign ministry at 4 a.m. and told he had two hours to get ready to leave the country. He and his wife were to take a plane for Mexico City later today. Wheelers departure leaves only one non-Communist newspaper man stationed in Havana, Edward Kuri of the Mexican news agency. The correspondent for Agence France-Presse, the French news agency, is on vacation, and the Reuters correspondent was expelled recently and has not been replaced. Wheeler went to Havana in April, 1967. Index to Classifications Acreaee And Acreage (Industrial) ....... Agents Article For Salt Article Wanted Amo Repair A Accessories Auto Track Warned ... Auto For Sal Auto Finance Babysitting Sank Lean S C. Properties Birth Bicycle A Motorcycle .... Board A Room , Board A Room Wanted .... 1 Buxines Opportumtie ' Buxines A Prof. Directory ' Building , ... (1 .... KB ... 23 ... 2 ... 73 ... 71 ... 71 .... 71A ... s ... (2 ... ... 28 ... 5 ... 57 ... 6 ... 7 .... 43A Card of Thanks Coal A Wood Corns A Sump ( 3 2 LA Deaths Domestic Help Wanted ........ UB U 51 35 Wa 15 gg g 3 7 35A 47 31 A 34 IS ISA 45 4S 44 41 50 Fann lands For Sate .... Farms Wanted Feed A Seed ..... ..... Female Help Wanted .... Female Instruction Female Situations Wanted Financial F lorists F'uneral Funeral Directors Furnishing 't and Parkin Gardening Garden Produce Help Wanted (Male-Female) ... Hospital Personnel ... House For Rent (Furnished) . I Houses For Rent (Unfurnished) Hnusee For Sale Houses Wanted I investments Mystery simply CALGARY (CP) - A Canadian National Railways spokesman said Sunday that a CNR train which became cloaked in mystery through weekend radio reports was only a charter for a group of private individuals who want to be left alone. Jim Pitts, CNR manager for Alberta, said in an interview in Edmonton he was distressed that the group had chosen to ensure its privacy in the way it did, since the outcome was a great deal of publicity during the weekend. A radio station reporter in Calgary said Sunday that, whi'e attempting to obtain a story on the train, he approached to within about 100 feet of it at a Calgary marshalling yard and asked a man on the train whether, if he came closer, he would be shot. Dale OHara of CKXL said the man replied "probably and "didnt smile when he said it." Mr. Pitts, when asked about Mr. OHaras report, said that "if such a thing was said I'm sure it wasnt any of our (railway) people." Mr. OHara said CHED radio in Edmonton first broke the story on the train on the basis of information received from a CNR source. He said he discovered the train was at the Sarcee marshalling yard in Calgary and drove there in his car. It was there he talked with an unidentified man on the train about the possibility of getting shot. Mr. OHara said he was able to find out only a few details about the train. He said the train has 14 cars, pulled by three diesel engines. The cars are all passenger cars except for -one dome car, one baggage car and one caboose. The train left Calgary, ap-p a r e n 1 1 y empty, at about RATES Star-Phoenix Want Ad Rates: Six Cents Per Word Per Day Six Consecutive Insertions for the Price of Five Minimum Count 12 Words Minimum Charge 75c Per Day Classified Display Is charged at 13 50 per single column inch. Where 10 point or large tvpe Is desired by the advertiser for the complete advertisement, the rate per word la 12c per day. Minimum count 12 words. Figures In groups of five or less, dollar marks, initial letters, etc., count as one word. Where one line Is set In 10 point and the balance set in ordinary classified tvpe the charge Is 75c per day for the 10 point line Where the use of a box number Is desired, count as four words extra. 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FRIDAY 8 00 pm for Tuesday and Wednesday publication All of the above time on a copy In hand basis" allow time for copy pick-up and preparation WANT AD PHONE 653-2100 CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAYS, SUNDAYS MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES IN SASKATCHEWAN 1 rear 830 0 I months 814 00 1 months 1,0 oo I month $ SO Bv mad or letter carrier walks In Skatoon 1 year M0 00 Bv Carrier 50 Cents Per Week To All Other Province and Countries Outside Canada I month 5 oo t trear tt 00 Back Cories b Mall Minimum 25 cents tseb Classified Phone 653-2100 SPA 4 S3A 30 33 4 It 41 40 31 11 If 1IA 14 0 J 01 0 HA 24 17 10 43 53 54 54A 35 17 70A 0 34 51 51 A 51B 52 27 31 Machinery A Repair ...... Mala Heir Wanted ......... Mai Instructions Male-Female Instruction ... Male Situation Wanted .... Marrtate License Miscellaneous Money to Lean Monument .... Musical Instruments ........ . Personal Pel Stock Poultry A Eggs Real Eatalt Rooms Furnished Rooms Unfurnished Rooms (Furnished A Unfur.) Rooms Wanted . .... 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A.D. 19. FRANCIS. GAULEY. DIERKER DAHLEM Barristers and Solicitors Roval Bank Chambers Saskatoon. Saskatchewan Solicitors for the Estate of Franz Jacob Wteler 9-9-c TENDERS Department of Transport Winnipeg TENDERS SEALFD TENDERS, addressed to the undersigned and marked "Tender (or Routing Beacon" will be received un to 3 00 p.m. WINNIPEG TIME. September 24 . 2969. for the: Erection of routine beacon and tower and related work at Swift Current Airport, Swift Current. Saskatchewan. Plans, specification and related documents mav be obtained on application lo the undersigned. 301 Income Tax Building. 391 York Avenue. Winnipeg 1. Manitoba, upon receipt of a certified cheque made pavable to the Receiver General of Canada, for the sum of $25 00. Plans and specifications will also be on displav at Swift Current Construction Association. I. F. Young. Regional Supply Officer. 9-9-c TENDERS Subtrade and suppliers' bids required for Department of Public Works' Post Offices at Brock and Kuroki, Sask. Plans mav be viewed at the Saskatoon Construclion Association or our office. Bids to be In our office by 5 p m. Sept. 10th. PIGGOTT CONSTRUCTION LTD. P.O. BOX 1368. SASKATOON 9-9-c Tenders for Grading Sealed fenders will be received bv the undersigned until 2 00 P.M Regina Citv Time on the date ahown for Ibe work listed below, and will be opened in public Immediately thereafter Tender forms and contract documents mav be obtained at the office of the undersigned. Contract No. C89084 For the construction of the subgrade sldeslopes on No 1 Highway at the Belle Plain Overpass. Approximate quantities Earth Excavation 110,000 Cubic Yards Deposit with Tender $1.800 00 Tenders Close September 18. 1909. L. T HOLMES, Deputy Minister. Saskatchewan Department of UlDhu-avft. DEATHS 2 HABAK THE PASSING OK REV. Nuhnlas Habak age 59 vears of North Hattleford Sask formerly of Saskatoon, occurred at North Bat-lleford on Sept 5 1969 The Funeral Mass will be held on Tuesday. Sept. 9 at 10 a m from St George Ukrainian Greek Catholic Cathedral conducted bv Rt. Rev. J. Olsmk Pravers will be aatd in St. George Ukrainian Greek Catholic Cathedral Monday evening Sept. 8 at 8 p m Park Funeral Chapel will be in Charge Born in Iht Western Ukraine Rev. Habak was ordained a priest of the church tn the Ukraine In 1916 He served parishes in the Western Ukraine and in England before coming to (anada in IM1 After arriving in Canada in 1961 Rev Habak scried in Alberta and In Swift Current and Arran, Sask before hit Illness Interment will be made in Uie Catholic section of the Woodlawn Cemetery. 9 c HIRTZ- THE DEATH OF MR JOHN Hirts. sse 82 years of 111 4th St E . Saskatoon, and formerly of Beechy. Saskatchewan, occurred tn Saskatoon on Sept, 4th. 199 Funeral service will be held on Wednesday Sept 20th tl I pm from Beet hy I nitfd Church, conducted bv Rev P William. Clements Ronetowq Funeral Home wtU be In charge. Surviving are two daughter. Mr Lucv Mitchell and Mr Heme Sloth-man. both of Beechy 4 grandi hildren and eight great-grandi hildren Pre-dot eased by hi wife Marguerite tn I 4 Interment will follow la the Beechy Cemetery. 8 8-c Internment Propertie ...... In Memorial Insurance Listing Wanted Livextock Loan Wanted Loxt A Found ..........a... Loll Wanted ............... Lot For Sal .............. DEATHS I; (Continued BFNJAM1N THE DEATH OF Senior L. Benjamin, age 4 sears of Llisduunster occurred in a local hernial on Septctnbir 5th 1969 The funeral aervice will be held on Tuesday. Sepiemb-r 9ttt at I 06 p m from the Chapel of the Saskatoon Funeral Home, conducted bv Rev Donald Prune Memorial donauon to a thante of the cminbuiori choice appreciated In lieu of flowers Surviving ate 2 daughters. Karen and lea and on son. Guv. all of Llovdminster; his mother. Mrs. W. S bi njamm. HR Saskato-n flee slaters. Mrs. Melvins Comeault, Shell brook. Saak i Mrs Allha I pshatt, seakaiooni Mrs. uucUI. Dtlke. Lethbridge, Mr Laura Hariold, Prune Albert and Mr Roberta Tamke, R R Saskatoon; two brothers dert, Burnaby. B C. and Bvnn, Georg. p wn. umariu. H Was predeceased bv hi wife ir.ne in March nk Hr late Mr Beniamin was bun m nundurn and received his education In lhal Uwn He m 'ved ti .. ok n Sask where he farmed until comma to Saskatoon ut no,., and was cmp. ved w,ih lb. canadi..n ..abuiial LaiJwav Ci-inp.nv for about 19 arx. For the past ugh; vest. Mr Beniamm had engag.d In ibe b rbering trade in 1 ovdmm-er Interment will take place in Woodlawu Cemetery (Courtesy park-ng ar a south of the Chapel on 4th Avenue at 25th Street.) 9.9-c hazen - the DEATH OF DR. G Med ev T Ilaren, age 6-v veare, of 4o8 Preston Aieiiue, well known fcas-kaloon medical specialist and former thief of staff of Saskatoon Cilv Hospital. occurred suddenly al his home on Sepi. 7lh. 19ns The funeral service will be held on Wednesday. Sent. 10th at 2 (HI p m. from St James Anglican Church, conducted bv the Rev. Glen H Ash Memorial tribute to the Saskatchewan Heart Fund or to the Dr G Medley Haren Library at Saskatoon City Hospital appreciated in lieu of flower. Surviving are- his wife, Emma, two sons. George E M Hagen. Ottawa and Miles T. Harm Saskatoon; six grandchildren: two brothers. Charles Saskatoon and Ausun Regina: two sisierg. Mrs. J. L WUson (Dorolhvi. Saskatoon and Mr. N E. Webb (Louisei. Aldergrove, B C. Dr. Hazen was born in Montnal and al the age of 2 returned with his parents 10 reside at Fredericton, New Brunswick. Coming west to Saskatoon in 1912 be attended the Saskatoon Nutans Collegiate Institute and premedical classes at the University of Saskatchewan He obtained his Medical degree from the University of Toronto in 123 and returned to Saskatoon in 1925 to practice for a year with the late Dr. H. E Alexander He practiced at Rosetnwn front 1926 to 1.(30 when he commenced post graduate studies in eve. ear nose and throat at Birmingham England and In Vienna Ausina He returned lo establish his professional practice' in Saskatoon in 1933. Prominent in medical circles Dr. Hazen served as Chief of Staff of the Saskatoon City Hospital from 1945-1964. During the Cilv Hospital Diamond Jubilee ceremonies in Mav, I9u9. his contribution to the hospital was recognized bv naming the Dr. G M. T. Ilaren Medical Library tn his honour Dr Hazen was a past president of the Canadian OtnUrvngological Society and was a senior member of the Canadian Medical Association He l)Hd served as president of the Saskatoon District Mi dual Society and was a senior Life member of the College of Phvsicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan Active tn community affairs. Dr Hazen was a charter member of file hclcclic Club which laier became the Saskatoon Kinsmen Club. He was a past president of K-40 Club He had been a member of the Saskatoon Rotary Club and the Board of Trade for a number of vears He was a member of the Saskatoon Club and of the Rosetnwn Masonic Lodge No 91 A F. 4 A M. Dr. Hazen wtys an enthusiastic sportsman and was particularly Interested In hunting fishing and curling. He was a member of St. James Anglican Church. Interment will take place In the family plot in W'oodlawn Cemetery. The Saskatoon Funeral Home Is m charge of arrangements. 9-9-c LOCKDOOD-THE DEATH OF JAMES 1 Murray Lockwood, age 65 years, of Calgary. Alberta, occurred In Saska-1 loon on September 3rd. 1969. 1 he , Funeral Service was held on Satur- dav, September bln at 10 a m. from McKague a Funeral Home, conducted by Archdeacon H W. Brandnck. Surviving are: his mother. Mr. Christie Jane Lockwood ol Nipawin, oue sister. Mrs. Jessie Irene Hems-worth of Vancouver, and one brother. William Wallace Lockwood of Ntpa-wm. interment was made in the W'oodlawn Cemetery. 9-9-c MADD1SON WILLIAM JAMES i BiU i Maddlson of Apt. 33. 1240 Newport Ave., Victoria, B.C., formerly of Saskatoon passed away suddenly at Jubilee Hospital on Friday. September 5. 1969. Funeral service will be held on Monday. September 8 at 1 00 p m. from the Chapel of the Royal Oak Crematory. Victoria. Surviving are his wife Agnes, of Victoria: oue sister and four brothers in England. Born tn Sllksworth, County Durham, England. April 25. 1899, Mr. Maddi-sn came to Saskatoon in 1928 where he worked for Canadian National Railway unlit his retirement in 1964. moving to Victoria in 1967. He served with the British Navy Overseas in the First World War and with the Saskatoon Light Infantry in the Second World War, A Life Member of the Army. Navy and Airforce Veterans in (anada. he was president of the local unit No. 38 from 1957 to 1966. and Provincial President from 1949 lo 1961. He also served as a vice-president on the National Board of the A N. and A F. Veterans. In 1964 he was presented with the American Legion of Merit Award He received the queen Eliabeth Coronation Medal and the Canadian Confederation Medal. In Saskatoon he was a member of Christ Church Flowers are gratefully declined Donations to the Heart Foundation may be made. 9-9-c MacSORLEV THE DEATH OF Avlmer MacSorley, age 82 years of Asqimli. Sask . occurred In a local Nursing Home on September 6th. 1999 The funeral service will be held on Tuesday, Sept. 9th at 1 30 p in. from McKague's Funeral Home, conducted by Mr. Karl Sievert. Surviving are one daughter. Mrs. L (Marlnni Johnson of Asquith, and one son Alvin. of Asquith; two grandchildren. Wavne Johnson of l.lovdmlnsler and Mrs R. iSbirlevi Young of Saskatoon; two brothers. Charles MacSor-lev of Burnaby, and Otho MacSorley of Saskatoon Mr MacSorley was predeceasid bv his wife. Hannah Jane in 1966. bv two sisters Delia Delainev. and Blanche Burwash. and bv three brothers. John F. MacSor-lev. Thomas MacSorley and Ross MacSorley Born In Ontario. Mr Mac-Sorlev came west to the Asquith district In 1905 and farmed in the area until retiring into Asquith In 1953 He was a member of the Asquith Lodge. A H. and A M. and the Scottish Rite Interment will be made In the Eagle Creek Cemetery Guest parking directly south of Funeral Home, 3rd Ave and 20th Street. 99-c PRIESTLEY - THE DEATH OF MR Joshua Jacob Priestley, age 78 years, of I.eask. Saskatchewan, occurred in 1 Saskatoon hospital on Sept. 6th 1969 Hie funeral service will be held on Wednesday September loth at 2 00 pm from Tnnitv Lnlted Church. Leask . conducted bv Rev Kilpatrick Surviving are. his wife Emma, three daughters, Mrs. S France (Martha) of Davia. Mrs Alex Derr (Edlihi of Leask and Mrs Edward Kuimkoff (Clara) of Prime Albert: Hire tons. Edward, James and John, all of Prince Albert; 14 grand children, one brother. Albert of Prince Albert Mr. Prtealley was born tn England and at an early age came to Canada He lived In Manitoba for a vear before coming lo Ihe Marc-lm, Leask district where he farmed for 25 ear Following retirement m 1945 he moved inio the town of lak Interment will take place In teask Cemelerv Saskatoon Funeral Home ut in charge of arrangemeni 9 9c SPEV E THE DEATH OF JOHN L Spence age 83 vear. of 718 I20i sireel. a pioneer resident and former Chief of the Saskatoon Fire Depl , ociurred In a hx al hospital on Sept 6lh 199 The funeral service will be held on Tuesday Sep; 9ih at 3 no pm from (he Chapel of Ihe Saska-oon Funeral Home, conducted by Rev E. L. BKhoo (Memorial tribute to a charity of the donor choice appreciated in lieu of flower i Surviving are: his wife, Ida- one daiikhier Mr B K Peterson (Marguerite! Regina- four grandchildren Garv Peterson Toronto, Mr David Momson (Gall) Peterborough Ont . John Peterson and Kathy Peterson both of Regina- two great grandi hildren two suiters, Mr Mvrtle fj a'etr.an Kelfield Sask nd Mr Maud Norris Kerroberl Saak The late Jack Spence was born at Williamsburg Michigan and at an early age moved witn Ins parent lo Fergu Ontario He came west lo B'ussevam. Klamtoba tn 1963 and In 19o7 came lo make his home in Saskatoon Mr. Spence folded the Saskatoon Eire Department in 1910 where he served for 37 vear He was Chief of the Dept at the lime of hi retirement tn 1947. In I's8 Mr Soern s ax honoured on the 5oth anniversary of law al 89 of the International Eire Fighters as the last of the original charter member of the organization Mr Spence wa a member ol the Independent Order of Foresters He waa an ardent gardener and an enthusiastic sportsman oarlKularlv Interested in hunting fishing football and h's key interment wiil take pUi in Uoodlawn Cemetery, ifourtesy parking are south of Chapel on 4th As, at 2 oh St. t 9-9-c FUNERALS $ KARbTAD THE FINtRAL SERVICE of Mrs. Miry Karstad. who died oa September 3rd was held from Zion Evangeliial Lutheran Uhurvlt on Saturday. September tih nt 3 p m conducted b Rev L. Liknesa Palltvar-ers were Ted Haugen. Charles Hed-bn Trvgve Niu. Thor Sletto tluf Ganborg. Martin Votdeng Interment will be made In Atwater luthrran Cemetery on Monday September 8th after n service tn Atwstrr Lutheran Church. Mchtguei Funeral Home as ut charge of arrangement C WOOD THE FUNERAL SERVICE OF Mr Janet Wood, who died on Sep-(ember 3rd. was held front Me-Kasue's Funeral Home on Saturday. Suit mber 6th at 1 30 p m., conducted by Rev. C. MvMurtry. Pallbearers were: Charlie Sbous. W. D Long W. E Smith. Don Jones, Wes Robbins. BiU Ross Interment was made tn the family plot tn Wood-law a Cemetery- 9-t-c IN M'lMOMAM 4 THE STAR PHOENIX HAS A SUPPLY of verse for vour convent nee In miking up vour "In Memonim " Kindly Inquire at Ut desk. xtf FUNERAL DIRECTORS 7 SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME W ARNOLD EDWARDS ROBERT F. DAUR1E Ph. 344 5577 338 4th Ave.. N Itf WESTWOOD FUNERAL CHAPEL Rae J. Murdock, Terre Mlchavluk Phone 853 3434 30th SL, Ave. N. xtf McKAGUES FUNERAL HOME M. McKague R. J McKague Phone 242-3131 SoO 3rd Ave., S. xtf PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL Jack M. Blnklev Donald Somers 311 3rd Ave., No. Phone 344-2103 xtf FLORISTS 8 VICTORIA FLORISTS (MRS. A. McAllister. Miss L. Gold 1. 521 8th St. Phone 653-2533 xtf FRANK J. DOWD1NG FLORIST LTD., 2)4 2nd Ave.. S. 1 opposite Odeon Theatre). Pb. 652-6272 dav and nighi atf LOST AND FOUND 10 IF YOU HAVE LOST VOUR PET check with the S.P.C.A. 374-8101. xtf LOST' BLUE BUDGIE. WHITE HEAD crooked claw, banded, reward. 242-8007. 9-9-c LOST: BLACK ONYX RING 3 W'FEKJ ago. Mavbr lost at George Ward Initialled. Reward. 343-6300. t-lu-c MALE HELP WANTED 12 WELL ESTABLISHED Rawleigh Route now available in Saskatoon due to transfer of previous Dealer. Part time districts also available. Apply 129 Second Avenue, North, 8.30-9.30 a.m. or 4-6 p.m. 9-16-C THE INTERNATIONAL NICKEL CO. OF CANADA LTD. THOMPSON, MANITOBA OFFERS A CHALLENGING CAREER STARTING RATES; Surface 2.737 per hour Underground 2.971 per hour with shift and Sunday premiums in addition. THE JOB; With further development of new mines and Ihe enlargement of our surface plants (mill, smeller and refinerv) the opporluiuty for ad-vancement is excellent. BENEFITS: We offer permanent employment plus liberal emplovee benefna including pension plan (non-contribu-tnrvi. a savings plan and In ad-dition. the company pay 3. of the employee premium tor medicare drug prescription plan, group life and accident and sickness Insurance. LOCATION; Thompson Is one of Canada's most modern and fastest growing towns, incated in the heart of the northern part of Manitoba Paved streets, bus transportation, schools, hospital, modem ahopping plazas mouern homes snd apartments ill add to Thompsons enlovable community life Our population la now approaching 20.000. RECREATION: We enov all popular organized competitive sports. Including baseball hockey, curling, bowling, billiards tennis and golf. Car rallying and snowmobile club are available For Ihe outdoorsman we also enjoy some of Canada's finest fishing and hunting. In addition, both live and closed circuit TV. radio theatres, health spa. camera and art dub are active as are church organizations of all major denominations. THE MAN: The successful applicant should have the following attribute: -DFJSIRE PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT. -BE OVER 18 YEARS OF AGE. -BE PHYSICALLY FIT. -WANT THE OPPORTUNITY TO BUILD A SOLID CAREER. INTERVIEWS For further Information or a personal interview contact our personnel representative on September 9ih. 9th 10th llth or 12th between the hours of 9 30 a m. and 2 00 p m. at CANADA MANPOWER CENTRE, 101 22nd Street, East Saskatoon, Sask. Phone 652-2301 9 12 C MARRIED MAN FUR DAIRY FARM near Saskatoon House and utilities supplied 374-63. 9-tl-C WHAT Have You Got To Offer Me? En-eptlonal opportunity for I ag-gresive young men 2t 33 In Junior Management and Executive position in a nation wide, mol'i-mimon dollar eotwern being newly established is Saxk If you hare been searching foe an eulting rewarding opportunity and require a fir figure uonme, call Mr. F inert 244 is-a, 14 5 40 pm. lor confidential inter- MALE HELP WANTED II Uemmnedi WANTED. RELIABLE FXPERiF'NC d msn. for cemeni roofing, pauiting. cave trough. 342-2911 M- CAR WASH HELP NF EDED AND general cleanup Driver Mviye necessary 3:4 2v3. 8 lie TAXI DRIVER WANTED. 243 J614 9 Pp EXPERIENCED CARPFT LA5FRS wanted, must have tools top wages for top turn Applv 361-4th Ave. S Jx. Cslgarv (30) Albert. Ebon Fred 353-JSt3 8-tS-C ATTENTION! You are worth 81 0o per month with the tight company. Phone Mr. Pethnck 3tv2-47e4 (9-71 9 U C ASSISTANT ' MANAGER 4 Established Life Insurance nfftew require an experienced ble underwriter to take over the duties of assistant manager tn our Calgarv bram h. The person selected for the-' position will receive; -FXTENPFD TRAINING IN MANAGEMENT -EXCELLENT REMUNERATION Plesse renlv In full confidence, oiitc liiung past production records to. R W Main C I U. 2 Branch Manager , MONTREAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 320. 540 12th Ave., S W, Phone; 263,1064 Calgary. Alberta Our staff Is await, q this adver Usemcnt, . 9 90 DISPATCHER WANTED: DUTIES'! local and long distance Dispatching experience an asset but wilt consider qualified applicant with till native and drive. Give full particulars of personal , history and experience. All replies confidential and will be acknowledged. Apply Box 94D Siar-Phoenix. If BARBER WANTED, STEADY EM- piovment. 70r. Phone alter J dm. 762-3697 or Box 163. Banff. Alta 9-10-C MECHANIC AND APPRENTICE WITH Volkswagen experience required immediately for franchised V.W dealer Replv in w ruing with full particulars Vellner Motor G968) Ltd. 4114 50 Ave.. Red Deer. Alberta. Tel. 347-4441 9-10-c Encyclopedia Britannica Need additional sale staff tn handle hundred of lead and inouirle. Saskatoon area and Saskatchewan generally. Call write or Plione 603 Retailers Trust Bldg. 853-4522 or 343-014. 9-10-c PERMANENT HELP WANTED Machinist In 13.50 per hour: mechanics 83 00 per hour: welder , up to 83 40 per hour: mechanics helpers, state requirements. Fringe benefits In addition. Write or phone collect to W. Ladner. North-West Springs and Brake Service Ltd , 15618 tilth Ave., Edmonton, phone 484-1166. WANTED MAN TO SELL AND manage insurance division Call Campbell k Hallburton Ltd , 633-2714. 8-13-c PART-TIME HELP W4NTED. APPljY within Sachers Upholstery Ltd. 219 C. south t-15c AUTO BODY MEN Vancouver's largest body shop Flirt rate $4 20 per hour, straight time 84 55 per hour All benefits no loss tn accumulated holidays, steady work, no layoffs. Dean Bros. Collision Repair Ltd, 1111 West 73rd Avenue, atv couver. B.C. Phone 266-4151. P-10-c LICENSED EMBALMER WANTEll) for cliy funeral home. Must be qualified to carry n all phases of funeral service. Please reply to Box 160D. Star-Phoemx. stating nianl.d status and qualifications. 9 c TRADE SCHOOLS (MALE) ija FREE CAREER KIT International t orrespondencq -Schools 382-6400. Bob Carr, 49 Howell Ave., Saskatoon Xtf DeVRY INST. OF TFXH BELL & Howell. Toronto offers top training in electronics H Hooper. Box 384 Saskatoon. 244-8618. xtf FEMALE HELP WANTED 1J LADIES WEAR SALESLADY RE-qulred. Experience desirable but not essential. Apply Fashion Fur Co. ti EXPERIENCED WAlTRFSSFtS WANT-ed. full or part lime, also dish washers. dav or night shift. Apply In person Marigold Restaurant, 253 3rd Ave.. south tf CAREER WITH A PROFITABLE EU-ture. Two openings. F'or appointment call 382-2474 evenings. f-l l-c BRANCH CASHIER WANTED FOR large insurance company. An excellent position for woman wishing a career position. Olllce experience preferred but not essential. Box I56D Siar-Phoenix 9-10! HAPPINESS IS BEING A FASHION counsellor. No delivery, no investment. no collecting, two Free wardrobes per vear. commission basis. Openings available for three attractive. ambitious women, linw about vou Write: N. A. F'ashton Froi ks. 99ofl Parc Georges, Dept. BL-1807 Montreal 459 que. YOUNG LADIES 17-20 YEARS TRY AN ATTRACTIVE NEW CAREER Our publishing company has Immdl. ate openings for 2 voung ladies. qUALIEICATlONS FREE TO TRAVEL Ambitious Neat in appearance Desire for better that) average Income. Successful applicant will receive full training F xpertenee not net es-sarv. Salarv plus company bonus. Must be able to begin at one. For permanent positions only. For Interview; vrs. L. McGowan SHEftATON-CAVAUER 812 SPAD1NA CHESC. E. Mon., Tues 12 noon -3pm, No phone calls please. only. I to BILLING CLF.RK REQUIRED rROM 4 pm, lo nudmght. Must be able to type at least 49 wpm. Married woman preferred. Phone 852-4140, Soo-Securily Motor Ways Ltd. Me EXPERIF.NI F.D HAIR DRF..SSFR with clientele. Top wage l right girl 6H 3964 9-1 l-c EXPERIENCED WAITRE6S WANTED? Must be (ashler Dav shift 12-1 p.m Call 242-9902 or 38; 7693 if WAITRESSES. COOKS. DISHWASH. er. age 21 45 full or part time. Voyaaeur Restaurant 242 3595 for appointment between 2-2 pm. 1 10 e WA vFed CAPA BLE WOMAN FOR part-time cooking position Apply in person Montrose Restaurant Ltd . 374-8988 9 19 C WANTED. CAPABLE WOMEN FOR full time waitress positions. Apply In person Montrose Restaurant Ltd 374-8088 8-19 c UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN Office of Radiation Safety Require CI.ERK STEM) C davai. Ra'ary 1141 tier month Afternoon preferred complete Grade XII with pro. fpiencv in typing required. Must also have rood knowtdega of the F netkh language and lie able to handle routine correepondenct. Apply to- PERSONNEL OFFICE. 195 ADMINISTRATION BUILDING. L.M5 F HS1TV OF 8ASKATCHEWAN. SASKATOON CAMPUS 8 Ah KA TOON, 2A6KATCHEWAN 9F

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