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Saturday, January 22, 1D6 Saskatoon Star-Phocnfx 23 MALE HELP WANTED 12 TRADE SCHOOLS (MALE) 12a MALE HELP WANTED 12 (Continued) FLORISTS (Cimtlnued) DEATHS (Continued) Index to Classifications Police chief dismissed MacEWAN THE PASSING OP Mrs. Janet Wright Mach-wan, age 78 years of 411 1st Street, Saskatoon, occurred a Central Park Lodge on Friday, January 21, 1966, The funeral service will be held on Monday January 2 2:00 p.m. from Park Funeral Chapel, conduct- 1 Murray MacDonald. Sur- ed by Rev. Murray Investments 80 Investment Properties $UA Memorials 4 Insurants 68A Listings Wanted 89 Livestock $8 Wanted 64 A found HHN 1 10 Wanted 41 For Sale 40 vivirig are: one daughter: Mrs, Wilson (Janet) of Saskatoon: two sons- Arnott and Robert both ol Ractfnfnnn' nn icter! Mr Kin- SasKatoon; one sister: Mrs.
W. Kin near (Mary) of Saskatoon and four grandchildren; two great grandchildren. The late Mrs. MacEwan was born in Scotland and came to SEMPLE'S FLOWER BASKET. 1010 Canada with her husband In 1922 8th Street, (Economy Hardware to Saskatoon where she had since 343-7377: evenings, resided She was a member of Westminster United Church.
Mrs. act AKTi FfllTMn 1ft MacEwan was predeceased bV her I rUUINU WINNIPEG (CP) Police Chief Pat Devlin of the Greater Winnipeg Municipality of 0 I Kildonan has been fired from his post by the council that hired him last June. Mayor John Pickley said Thursday Chief Devlin, a former RCMP officer who headed the municipalitys two-man police force, was dismissed following a meeting of council. The mayor gave no reason for the chiefs dismissal. At the same time, Councillor Harry Delinski resigned from his seat after being on council for less than three weeks.
He was elected last October and took office Jan. 1. He gave no reason for his resignation which also followed Wednesdays council meeting. husband, Henry, on December 10, ncT advS GLARSF 1964. Interment will take place in LOST LADYS.
GLASSES the family plot In Woodlawn Cemetery. Courtesy parking north of the chapel, staff attendaut. 1-24-c green case before Please phone 242-5071 after NELSON THE PASSING OF MRS Johanna Nelson, age 87 years of Elbow, Sask. occurred at Elbow on Friday, January 21, 1966. The funeral arrangement are pending.
Surviving are: three daughters. Miss Mabel Nelson of Elbow, Mrs Adina Mills of Winnipeg, Man. and Mr. Gladvs Sule of Davidson, three sons: Myron and Gerhart both of Elbow, Sask. and Alfred of Toronto, and two sisters: Mrs.
Mary Simonson erf Hanley Fall, Minn and Mrs. Gunvor Sellers of Victoria B.C. The late Mrs. Nelson was born at Hanley Fails, Minnesota, came to Canada sixty-two vears ago and had resided in the Elbow district ever since. She wag one of the original members of the Bethel Lutheran Church and a life member of the Elbow Bethel Ladies Aid.
Interment will take place In the family plot in the Bethel Cemetery. Park Funeral Chapel is In charge of arrangements. 1-24-c NEUFELDT THE DEATH OF MRS. I Anna Neufeldt, aged 54 of Laird, I occurred at Rosthern on January 19 Funeral service to be held on January 23 at 2:00 p.m. from Tiefengrund Mennonlte Church, conducted by Rev.
Art Regier and Rev. A. Martenson. Millars Funeral Home will be in charge of arrangements. Surviving are: her husband.
Walter and four sons: Alfred of Toronto; Peter of Aberdeen; Donald of Saskatoon; John at home and one daughter, (Ruth) Mrs. G. Toewg of Winnipeg; five 1 sisters, three brother and one I grandchild. Pallbearers are: Art, Pete and Fred Neufeldt, Rev. D.
Quiring, Abe Funk and Bernard Balzer. Interment will take place in Tiefengrund Cemetery. 1-24-c FUNERALS RADKIVICH THE FUNERAL SER-vice of the late Mrs. Annie Radki-vich, who died on January 18, 1966, was held from Park Funeral Chapel on January 21 at 4:00 p.m., conducted by Rev. Murray MacDonaid.
Pallbearers were: Ken Mohn, Jim Burechailo, Matt Luciuk. Joe Redl, Art Iverson, Terry Michayltuk. Interment took place in the family plot in Woodlawn Cemetery. 1-24-c IN MEMORIAM MORGAN IN LOVING MEMORY OF our dear mother Laura Edith Morgan, who passed away January 2 2, 1963. I Dear mother, you are not forgotten Though on earth you are no more Still in, memory you are with us 1 As you always were before.
Ever remembered by her aoru, daughter and families. 1-23-c. WIENS IN LOVING MEMORY OF my husband Bennie V. Wien who I passed away Jan. 23, 1965.
Everyday in some small way. Memories of you come my way Tho absent, you are ever near, Still loved, stfll missed, ever dear. Ever remembered and sadly missed bv his wife Grace 1-24-c WIENS IN LOVING MEMORY of Bennie Wiens who passed away January 23. 1965. Quietly remembered every day, Sadly missed along lifes way, Just a he was, he will always be.
Ever remembered by hi mother-in-law Mr. McKee and Gordon I and Vivian MacKenzie. 1-24-p WILSDON IN LOVING MEMORY of our dear mother and grandmother, Elizabeth Wilsdon who passed sway Jan. 23, 1963. Three long and lonely years have passed Since our great sorrow fell.
Our hearts still ache with sadness, And secret tears still flow. What It meant to lose you, No one will ever know, Each time we see your photo You seem to smile and say, Dont cry, Im only sleeping, Well meet again someday. Lovingly remembered by her daughter Agnes; son-in-law Bill and family; son Sidney, daughter, in law Margaret and family and great grandchildren. 1-24-c WILSDON IN LOVING MEMORY of our dear mother, Mrs. Elizabeth I Wllsdon, who passed away Jan.
23, 1963. She suffered in silence when no one knew. What thoughts and trials she 1 went through. God came and stood beside her I bed, These are the words we think He said: You have suffered more than you can stand, I Now come with Me to a better land. Lovingly remembered by Bess.
Bob and family. 1-24-c MILLARS florists and growers 214 21st East Ph. 652-7722 Night 343-3818. 374-3338 Flowers by Wire, xti MARRIOTT'S FLOWERS 126 2nd North Phone 242-3300, 342-2107 ANGUS G. McTAVISH, FLORIST, xtf IN Christmas.
6 p.m. 1-24-c LOST LAST MONDAY, A SMALL dark biown dog Part Chihuahua, part Dachshund In Grosvenor Park area. Please return, 343-1464. 1-24-c FOUNEL MALE COLLIE PUPLIGHT brown. Three months old Phone SPCA, 652-0115.
1-25-c MALE HELP WANTED 12 WANTED: JOURNEYMAN MECH- anic or mechanic with several years experience for modern General Motors Garage. Group Insurance. Top flat rate salary. Apply to Service Manager, Bast Motors Yorkton, Sask. or phone 783-3607.
tf SALESMEN TAKE FIVE! A five minute telephone call is 11 it takes to see if you meet our simple qualifications. Five reasons why it will be worth your time: 1. Immediate earning from $400 to $600 per month. 2. First-year bonus over $1,500.
6. Complete training at company expense. 4. Product backed by extensive national and local advertising program. 8.
International company, leader in it field. For appointment and confidential interview please phone anytime: 244-5504 1-24-C EASTERN COMPANY REQUIRES talesman with car to work northern Saskatchewan on commission basis. For full particulars apply National Employment Office, Saskatoon. 1-24-c SIDELINE FOR SALESMAN PRES-ently covering retail hardware and grocery stores. In Northern Saskat.
chewan. contact National Employment Office, Saskatoon. 1-24-c Management Opportunity FOR YOUNG MAN WHO LIKES PEOPLE Do you enjoy working with people? Are you ambitious for early success? H.F.C.s Intensive Management Training Program helps you become an executive quickly. Non-selling, interviewing is major part of job. Age 21 to 28, high school graduate, car required.
Straight salary with increases based on performance. Advancement opportunity, security, employee benefits. HOUSEHOLD FINANCE CORP. 219 2 2ND STREET, EAST 652-7212 1-26-c $12,000 FOR RIGHT MAN OVER 40 in the Saskatoon area. Take short auto trips to contact customers.
Write Dept. NO, P.O. Box 70, Station Toronto 17, Ontario. 1-24-c UTILITY MAN REQUIRED, MUST be able to do semi-skilled work in equipment maintenance and building repairs. Salary range Apply Personnel Office, St.
Paul's Hospital. 1-24-c PARTSMAN FOR AUTOMOTIVE wholesale. Experienced preferred, but will train. Reply 450C Star-Phoenix giving age, education, experience and salary expected. 1-25-c MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR required to supervise 3 caretaker in routine janitorial and maintenance work and to be responsible for a heating plant.
Must have heating plant engineers certificate and 2 years relative ex- gerience. This position is in our egma office. APPLY: PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT. FEDERATED CO-OPERATIVES 211 AVE. ACCOUNTANT-OFFICE MANAGER Qualified candidate required to assume responsibility for all accounting activities, under the direction of a Treasurer.
Must have formal training in a recognized course of study combined with several years of successful practical experience. Present salary range extends to $530 with starting salary commensurate with qualifications. Comprehensive benefit program. This appointment ta available with the Moos Jaw Co-operative Association. Submit detailed resume to; PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT, FEDERATED CO-OPERATIVES LIMITED, BOX 2002, REGINA, SASKATCHEWAN.
1-24-c WESTEEL-ROSCO Journeymen sheet metal workers, Phone plant superintendent, 652-2461 1-24-c (Continued) COMMUNITY PASTURE MANAGER WANTED The Saskatchewan Department of Agriculture requires (he service of Pasture Manager at the HAFEORD PROVINCIAL COMMUNITY PASTURE During Period April 1 to October 31, 1966 Duties: Handling cattle Keeping records of stock pastured General pasture management and maintenance Handwritten application will be received to February 6, 1966. and should be forwarded to: Lands Branch, Department of Agriculture, Administration Building, Regina, Saskatchewan 1-24-c OPPORTUNITY SASKATOON A permanent sales position represent-ng fast growing Canadian Cornpay. Age 23-47, Grade XII min. Jmum. resided in locality two years or more, previous selling experience not essential.
Position offers financial assistance during two year training period. Pension. Group Insurance, Welfare Plan. Reply: The Manager, Box 370C Star-Phoenix. 1-24-c-s GENERAL PRACTITIONER required immediately for th Hodgeville Union Hospital 12 beds, full staff, new doctors residence and office available.
For further details, contact Mrs. A. E. Mann, Secretary, by letter or phone Collect 677-2338, Hodgeville, Sask. 1-24-c COMMERCIAL ARTIST REQUIRED.
Top wages Company benefits. Reply in writing, stating previous experience to: Graphic Arts West ern. 10529 116 Street, Edmonton, Alberta. 1-24-c WANTED: MEN FROM 21-35 WITH good education, to work for propane distributor, experience an asset, but not essential. For further information phone 242-2311 or apply at 802 42nd Street.
l-25-c TOP POSITIONS FOR TOP MEN Looking for a top executive, professional, technical, managerial or sales position? EMPLOYED OR UNEMPLOYED CONTACT OUR Executive and Professional Division Discuss your qualifications and the position you are looking for. and will go to work for you, keeping you confidentially advised of any suitable vacancies coast-to-coast. Make an appointment by phone. Frank Dear, 652-2301 National Employment Service, 115 Federal Saskatoon. l-24-c-a MECHANICALLY INCLINED RE.
tired or older man to help in vacuum cleaner shop. From 9 a.m. to I p.m. Box 459C Star Phoenix. 1-26-c PLUMBING AND HEATING Wholesaler requires man with experience in pricing and quotation work.
Permanent position with good chance for advancement. Please reply in confidence giving ail pertinent information to: BOX 446C, STAR-PHOENIX 1-24-c LARGE firm opening new branch want experienced salesmen. Not necessary, but we prefer men who have sold insurance. We do not sell insurance, bonds or iunds, possible commission income. to $14,000 a year and up.
We desperately need managers. Commission income over $20,000 a year. You will be a manager in weeks if you qualify. Unusual lifetime opportunity. Must start immediately, full or part-tune.
Apply: G. MALONE, 3300 CAVENDISH SUITE 205, MONTREAL 1-24-c STEAM ENGINEER Required for new multi-storey office building. Must hold valid 3rd class boiler papers. 4th class with several years experience. Some knowledge of air conditioning desirable.
Good wages to the right man. Apply immediately in confidence to: BOX 455C STAR-PHOENIX 1-25-c TRADE SCHOOLS (MALE) 12a pave your way to a PAY-RAISE THE Canadian Institute of Science and Technology home study coutses give you the specialized training you need to get the high Jobs; jobs with a real uture. CIST courses use step-by-step methods, and you study at your own speed in your own time. Send for your free prospectus. 100 pages describing over 260 courses, and packed with solid advice on how to get ahead in your chosen career.
Choose your own subjects. I Accounting i Aeronautical I Air Conditioning Architecture Automation Automobile Building I Chemical Civil Eng. Communications Diesel Draftsmanship Geology Heating Industrial Eng. and Management Journalism Mathematics Metallurgy Mechanical Eng. Mining Petroleum Plenties Radio and TV Refrigeration Sales Managers and Design Electrical Eng.
Electronics (Continued) FREE CAREER KIT International Correspondence Schools. 652-4222, Bob Carr 49 Howell Saskatoon, xtf FOR AUTOMATION, INDUSTRIAL electronic communications, radio TV Devry Technical Institute of Canada, Toronto. Writ Rox 384, Saskatoon, G. R. Teece.
244-8618. xtf ENROLL NOW DRAFTING Day, cventng and bom study courses. High school diploma not noeeasary. We also teach welding, drafting, radio and TV electronics, refrigeration and air conditioning, commercial art, photography. Writ or phon for full details: Box 1615, Star-Phoenix CHICAGO VOCATIONAL TRAINING Phone 244-5504 RADIO-TV ANNOUNCING The expanding broadcast Industry need trained personnel.
A complete home study course supervised by pro. fessional announcers is now available in Saskatchewan. For a fre audition contact The National Institute of Broadcasting, P.O, Box 3800, Saskatoon 1-24-c TRAINED MEN NEEDED A better Job with more pay can be yours in Communications, Automation, Colour TV. Its fun to learn Electronic the proven Radio College home study way. Over 25 easy-to-follow courses and plans to choose from.
No high school diploma necessary. Write for free 40-page book Careers in Electronics RADIO COLLEGE OF CANADA 461 King Toronto 2B, Ont. 1-24-c- MEN WANTED TO LEaRN BARBERING NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY Light, clean inside work offers steady employment for advancement. MOLER BARBER COLLEGE 1778 Hamilton St. Regina, Sasic Write for Free Catalogue 1-24-c-l FEMALE HELP WANTED 13 STENO SUPERVISOR who has (1) considerable stenographic experience (2) proven supervisory capabilities Is required by growing organization which supplies: (1) Ideal working conditions (2) 5 day week (3) broad employee benefits (4) salary $306 and up.
Apply to: CO-OPERATIVE TRUST COMPANY, STANDARD BUILDING, SASKATOON, SASKATCHEWAN 1-24-0 HOSPITAL PERSONNEL WANTED: Director of Nursing with possible administrative duties for 20 bed active treatment hospital near Medu cine Hat. Operating room and obstetrical experience preferred. Private suite accommodation available with board for $30.00 per month. Pension plan and MS. I.
in effect. Three doctors on staff. Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. Apply stating qualifica. tions and experience to: The Administrator, Bow Island General Hospital, Bow Island, Alberta.
1-25-c REGINA GENERAL HOSPITAL SCHOOL OF NURSING Opportunities for Clinical Instructors Two-Year and One-Year Xntemeship Program 270 Student S.R.N.A. Personnel Policies Salary Range: $413 $528 With University Diploma Active Clinical Facilities Apply to: DIRECTOR OF NURSING. REGINA GENERAL HOSPITAL, REGINA, SASKATCHEWAN 1-26-e SUPERINTENDENT Swan River Hospital District No. 1 requires a registered nurse for the position of Superintendent responsible to the Administrator, for the Medical Nursing Unit situated at Birch River, Manitoba. Salary $450 with liberal personnel policies.
Duties to commence March 1, 19(36. For complete details, contact J. R. Jarvis, Administrator Swan River Hospital District No. Swan River, Manitoba.
1-28-e COMMERCIAL CLEANING FIRM Requires Part-Time and Full Time OFFICE CLEANERS No Experience Necessary State age, marital status and Telephone Number to: BOX 438C STAR-PHOENIX 1-24-e WANTED: STENOGRAPHER FOR construction company. Shorthand helpful. New office. Call 2003 Alberta Ave. Phone for appointment, 244-8652, evenings 343-4203.
1-24-c CLERK TYPIST Required immediately for a permanent position in the Hardware Department with Federated ooperative Limited. Dutie to include typing, compiling and processing statistical data. etc. Qualification Include high school education, commercial course, at least six months related experience and the ability to type 50 w.p.m. Salary range $225 $271.
The starting salary dependent on qualifications. Apply in writing, stating age, education, experience to: FEDERATED CO-OPERATIVES LIMITED, PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT, 2il AVENUE NORTH, SASKATOON, SASKATCHEWAN, 1-24-e FIVE FULLERETTES NEEDED IN city. Full, part time, $53 weekly. 374-3969. 2-l-c STENOGRAPHER required by National Company for part-time employment.
3 to 4 hours per day. 5 days per week. Duties will include typing, filing, correspondence and some accounting. Salary Sl.75 per hour to start. Reply, stating experience, age.
telephone number and marital status to: BOX 439C STAR-PHOENIX Aereagt Afenta Articles Far Sals Articles Wanted Auto Repairs A Accessories Autos A Trucks Wanted Autos lor Sals Auto Finance Babysitting Bank Loans B.C. Properties Births Blcyele A Motorcycles Board A Boom Hoard A Boom Wanted Business Opportunities Business A Dlrootory 76 Building 4k. Card Thank I Coal A ood 12 Death mm Uomestle Help Wanted Farm Lands For Sale Farms Wanted Feed A heed Female lie) Wanted Female Instructions Femsie Situation Wanted Financial Florists funerals Funeral Director Furnishings 13B 68 60 $6 18 16 66 8 8 7 Garages Gardening 47 15A Help Wanted (Male-Female) II llontea Far Bent (Furnished) 45 Houses Ftr Rent (Unfinished) 46 Houses For Rat 44 House Wanted 41 MALE HELP WANTED 12 (Continued) SALES MANAGER BRA AND GIRDLES Canada top bra and girdle line is looking for experienced mature person as sale manager. Must be capable of organizing and leading a sales staff. Must have connections with stores selling foundation garments.
Excellent proposition for experienced person. Write: VANITY BRASSIERE CO. LTD. 7255 ALEXANDRA STREET. MONTREAL.
QUE. 1-24-c WAREHOUSEMAN REQUIRED AT one. for plumbing wholesaler. Experience Is necessary. Please write giving full particulars to Box 447C.
Star-Phoenix. 1-24-c YARD SUPERINTENDENT Major Home Manufacturer and Lumber Yard located In Alberta require a Yard Superintendent. This man must be capable of directing and supervising fifty to seventv-fiv yard personnel with knowledge of trucks and yard equipment besides having extensive product knowledge. This it an excellent position with a rapidly growing Company, eluding profit sharing and all Starting salary $6,500 to $8,500 in-have been notified of this adver-Company benefits. Our employees tisement.
Apply in writing, stating age. marital status, and previous experience. BOX 1731 STAR-PHOENIX 1-24-c-s EXPERIENCED OFFICE CLEANING man for permanent staff position in modem office building. References required. Apply in person to George Hardy, Supervisor, Financial Building.
230 22nd east. DIETITIANS for civilian dutie In Ottawa. Qualification for CDA membership and food production experience required. Salary range $6,000 to $7,000. Initial salary commensurate with responsibility and experience.
Congenial working conditions, group insurance and pension plan. For complete information and arrangement for Interview In your own area, write: The Commissioner, R.C.M. Police, Ottawa, Ontario. (Attention Senior Messing Officer) 1-24-c-s STEADY PROFITS. SELLING MADE to measure clothes direct to wearer.
Firm established 1933. Attractive clothes easily sold. Generous commissions, low prices, free suit bonuses. Full or part time. Experience not necessary.
Write for samples. Rodney Tailoring Dept. R. Box 018. Montreal.
1-24-c-s omorrow's Leaders Train Today in the Canadian Forces Three outstanding officer training plans are available to men between the age of 7 and 24 who posses Junior Matriculation standing and are desirous of a career as an Officer in the Canadian Forces. Aircrew Officer Training Ground Forces Officer Training Naval Officer Training For the young man who Is intelligent. alert and determined, there are excellent opportunities to acquire skilled training, to develop fine personal qualities and to get ahead. Tiie pay good. Medical and Dental care are provided.
There is an excellent pension plan. Travel, comradeship and recreational activities are additional features. If you are interested in gaining access to a World of Adventure in the Canadian Force mail in the coupon below or visit the CANADIAN FORCES RECRUITING CENTRE Federal Building, Saskatoon Telephone: 242-2101 Name AddreS Telephone Town Date of Birth Education Choice of Service 1-24-c 61 1B 2ft In 26 71 jlA Loans Lost Lots 130 Lou 66 Beal Room Tires CHIEF STEAM ENGINEER Excellent opportunity exists for 1st Class Saskatchewan Steam Engineer at a modern plant in norihern Saskatchewan. Applications Invited from qualified en- with responsible operat-n and maintenance experience to take complete charge of plant. Power generating experience an asset but not essential.
Position offers housing, relocation allowance, generous holiday leave and attractive salary. Direct enquiries to; ELDORADO MINING AND REFINING LIMITED PERSONNEL OFFICE 10040 105 STREET, EDMONTON, ALBERTA 1-28-e SELL WORLD FAMOUS GOODYEAR maintenance products full or part time, regardless of your age. Rod Tormo. for example, earned over $21,000 in 1965 (not typical, but Indicative of Diversified year around line Write Consolidated Paint and Varnish (Canada) East Ohio Cleveland, Ohio 44114 1-24-C Applications for Position of Field Representative with the Credit Union longue will be accepted up to February 1. 1966.
Successful applicant will live in Saskatoon and serve area In League Districts 5 and 6. Credit Union operational experience necessary, bilingual French and English an advantage. All fringe benefits. Salary range $430 $600. Apply, stating age, education, experience and other qualification to: A.
O. THORSON. DIRECTOR OF FIELD SERVICES, 301 CO-OP BLOCK, REGINA 1-28-C LARGE INDUSTRIAL FIRM RE-quyes a Qualified mechanic to wor on industrial equipment. Apply in writing P.O. Box 1686 Saskatoon giving resume.
1-27-c ASSISTANT MANAGER REQUIRED Progressive urban community credit union In Calgary seeks assistant manager. Credit Union assets 1.9 million. Starting salary range $45o to $500 per month. Apoly directly to the manager, Mr. G.
Swales BRIG DELAND SAVINGS AND CREDIT UNION 920 1ST AVENUE NX, CALGARY, ALBERTA. State qualifications and experience. l-29-c I REQUIRED FOR NORTHERN MINES MILL MECHANICS. MINE MECHANICS. HEAVY DUTY DIFSEL.
MECkANICS. PIPEFITTERS, MINERS. ELECTRICIANS AND MACHINISTS. These positionr available In Northern B.C., Yukon and Northwest Territories. Top waves, food fringe benefits, steady employment.
Please state In first letter, experience, qualifications, aga and marital status. All replies to: -W. JAMES PERSONNEL MANAGER, CHAMBER OE MINES. 10W0 100 EDMONTON. 1-27-c I WANTED: MECHANIC FOR CHRYS.
ler, Plymouth dealership. Waxes according to qualifications. Write or phone Rosthern Motors, Rosthern, I Sask. Phone 232-4277. 1-26-e CHALLENGING PUBLIC RELATIONS POSITION Provincial organization with head office at Regina requires person with proven writing ability to prepare articles under direction, and perform related public relations duties.
Required by March 1. Journalism training an asset. Limited travel. Salary: $350 $470 with allowance for qualifications. Excellent benefits.
Applications strictly confidential. Written applications including education and experience to: BOX 1735 STAR-PHOENIX 1-26-c CHRISTIAN MAN NEEDED. FULL or part-time lifetime security. Experience Sunday School, ministry helpful. Earn 8190 weekly and up.
No competition Write John Rudin I 22 West Madison St. Chicago 2, 111. 1-24-p COMMUNITY PASTURE MANAGER WANTED The Saskatchewan Department of Agriculture requires the service of a Pasture Manager at the ROSTHERN PROVINCIAL COMMUNITY PASTURE During Period April 1 to October 31, 1966. Duties: Handling cattle Keeping records of stock pastured General pasture management and maintenance Handwritten applications will be received to February 5, 1966. and should be forwarded to: Lands Branch, Department of Agriculture, Administration Building, Regina, Saskatchewan 1-24-C I EXPERIENCED MOTOR GRADER operator wanted for municipal road I work.
Duties to commence about I April 18. State age experience, marital status and hourly wages dsk M. Of MUdeo Nof WANTED: FORD PARTSMAN FOR Ford Dealership. Year round em I plovment Apply Mr. A.
Bosch, Bosch Motors, Oyen, AlU. Phone 664-3878. 1-25-C FULLER NEEDS TWO FULL TIME and two part-time dealers in city. Car necessary. $85 weekly.
1-25-c SALES POSITION FULL TIME With a Future 3 sales representatives required immediately to contact qualified customers in Regina and district. No canvassing. Applicants must be honest and ambitious with reliable car. Our men are earning higher than average income. Full product and sales training given.
For Personal Interview Phone: AMERICAN MUSIC CORP. For Appointment 242-4214 1 24 Estate 49 Furnished 53 Rooms Unfurnished 64 Rooms (Furnished A Unfur.) 64 A Booms Wanted 63 Situations W'td (Male-Female) 17 Stores A Officot 60 Storage Space Suites Furnished Suites Unfurnished A Suites (f urnishcd-Unfnr.) 6(B Suites Wanted 62 Summer Besort 97 Swap 31 Teachers Wanted 28 21 A 74 21 70 42 IA Tlnsmlthing A Vulcanising Trades A Professions Trailers Warehouse Spec Wedding Winter Heaort MALE HELP WANTED 12 (Continued) EXPANDING DAILY IN B.C. HAS opening for two reporters (one sports and one general reporter) and a combination pr.nter. Reply, give details of age, education experience and phone number. Interviewer here Friday or Saturday this week.
Box 433C Star-Phoenix 1-24-c WANTED, RECREATION DIRECTOR Full time, town population 2.600. Services include swimming pool, civic centre, and community nail, experience preferred. Salary depending on qualifications and experience. Apply on or before February 7, 1966. Town Office, Rose town, Sask.
1-24-c-s DRUMMER WANTED FOR BAND, not over 26 years of age to play for the Rainbow Ranch Boys. Have to be able to follow all kinds of music. Phone between 6 and 8 p.m. 652-0180, ask for Mike. 1-24-c WE WANT A MAN who believes In his ability, who is not afraid of hard work and who expects to be compensated accordingly.
He must be between the ages of 23-47 with a grade 10 or better education. To the man who qualifies, we offer a permanent and an independent business career within the framework of our national organization. Send your qualifications, including your phone number to: BOX 443C STAR-PHOENIX 1-24-c FULLER DEALERS WITH CARS, make $4 hourly in country. 652-8096. 1-26-c Sales Representative A well established wholesale automotive and farm supply firm require an experienced salesman for a jood producing country territory.
Good basic salary with Incentive bonuses with additional car allowance and travelling expenses to young man with knowledge, ability and education. Must be bondable. Apply in own hand writing, stating qualification to Box 449 Star-Phoenix. 1-24-c DRAFTSMAN WANTED For Calgary office of a Consulting Engineer engaged in the design of subdivisions and related utilities. Experience in municipal-type drafting is preferred but not essential.
Preference will be given to applicants with ability to carry out tngnometncal calculations. Salary will be based upon qualifications and experience. Applications will be held In strict confidence. Send a resume of Qualifications, experience and a print of work to: DELRAY ENGINEERING BOX 218L STATION CALGARY, ALBERTA 1-31-c FULLER HAS A COUNTRY TER ritory open. $110 weekly.
Good car necessary. 652-1057 1-23-c COMMERCIAL CLEANING FIRM REQUIRES PART-TIME AND FULL-TIME JANITORS No Experience Necessary State age. marital statu and telephone number to: BOX 437C STAR-PHOENIX 1-24-c SASKATCHEWAN FIRM REQUIRES man to sell nationally advertised otnee equipment. Better than average earnings Must have car. Applicant reply in own handwriting giving age education and experience.
Box 445C, Star-Phoenix. 1-24-c WANTED AT ONCE JOURNEY-man mechanic and welder for a country garage, to do major overhauls. Must have own tools, papers and be able to meet the public. Top wages paid to right man starting in two weeks, five day week, house supplied with a stove, school, and on oiled highway. Reply Box 1717 Star-Phoenix, Saskatoon, Sask.
1-24-C Salary, Expenses, Truck Allowance, Commission Man wanted to call on farmers in Northern Saskatchewan. Must be a steady, reliable worker and able to invest in stock or produce bond. Should have welding or farm experience. For further Information write P.O. BOX 412, SASKATOON, SASK.
1-24-c OPENING FOR GENERAL PRACTI-tioner at Invermay. Sask. Canada. Newly built modem hospital in town. No opposition.
Facilities for major surgery available in neighbouring town. Present doctor leaving for city. Further information, write Dr. I. Daunt or Village Secretary at Invermay Sask.
1-24-c-s REQUIRED ADMINISTRATOR for 33 bed hospital, a new 40 bed hospital to be built in 1966. Interested persons please apply, giving education, experience age, starting salary required and when available. Administrator's residence available for rent. Applications to in by February 2. 1966.
Please apply to: THE CHAIRMAN, SHAUNAVON UNTON HOSPITAL BOARD, BOX 490, SHAUNAVON. SASK. 1-24-c RATES Star-Phoenix Want Ad Rates: Five Cents Per Word Per Day, Six Consecutive Insertions lor the Price of Five. Minimum Count 12 Words Minimum Charge 60c Per Day Classified Display Is Charged at $3.08 per single column inch. Where 10 point or large type is desired by the advertiser for the complete advertisement, the rate per word is 10c per day.
Minimum count 12 words. Figures in groups of five or less, dollar marks, initial letters, count as one word. Where one line is set in 10 point and the balance set in ordinary classified type the charge is 66c 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.
While every endeavor will be made to forward replies to box numbers to the advertiser as soon as possible, we accept no liability in respect of loss or damage alleged to rise through either failure or delay in forwarding such replies, however caused whether by negligence or otherwise, city advertisers must pick up box replies at the Star-Phoenix office. The Star-Phoenix assumes 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 holidays).
Deadline for cancellation of Want Ad 9:00 a.m. day of publication, Monday to Friday only. 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 sure to leave your name, address, phone number and number of insertions desired. Semi-Displays Accepted lip to 2 p.m, Monday through Friday for following days publication (except holidays).
NOTICES Birth $2.00. Marriages and Death, In-Memoriams, Engagements. Cards of Thanks, rates $2.50 for Insertion of in lines or less, extra line of five words each, 25c per line. Display Advertising SCHEDULE OF COPY ACCEPTANCE 12 NOON DAILY AS FOLLOWS: MONDAY for Wednesdays Paper TUESDAY for Thursdays Paper WEDNESDAY for Fridays Paper THURSDAY for Saturdays Paper FRIDAY for Monday's Paper FRIDAY for Tuesdays Paper CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAYS, SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS WANT AD PHONE 242-3141 SUBSCRIPTION RATES MAIL RATES IN CANADA 1 year 20.00 6 months 12.50 3 month 6.50 1 month 2.30 By mail or letter carrier walks in Saskatoon 1 year 30.00 To all countries Outside Canada: 1 year 30.00 month 3.00 By Carrier in Saskatoon and on Motor Delivery Route 4o Cents Per Week By Carrier, All Other 35 Cent Per Week Back Cupies bv Mail Minimum Charge 25 Cents BIRTHS THE SASKATOON STAR-PHOENIX will send free of charge a lovely Baby Book to the proud parents inserting birth notices. xti DEATHS HAATVEDT THE DEATH OF Mrs.
Annie Haatvedt, age 71 years of 1030 Avenue north, occurred In a local hospital on January 21. The funeral service will be held on Monday, January 24 at 2 p.m. from McKagues Funeral Home. Surviving are: four sons: Arthur Haatvedt, Roy Haatvedt, Louis Haatvedt, all of Saskatoon and Earl Haatvedt of Calgary; eight grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Mabel Sullivan of Edmonton.
Mrs, Haatvedt was bom in Minnesota and came to the Elbow district about 1902. She was predeceased by her husband in 1922. About 7 years ago she retired to Saskatoon. Interment will be made in Woodlawn Cemetery. 1-24-c IRVING THE DEATH OF A.
J. (Alex) Irving, age 84 years, longtime resident of Saskatoon, occurred in Montreal, Quebec on January 16, 1966. Funeral service was held in Montreal on Wednesday afternoon and a memorial service was held on Friday, January 21 at in Knox United Church, conducted by Rev. G. Edworthy.
Surviving are: one son. Alex, Portland, Oregon; three daughters, Mrs. George L. Christie (Joan), in India; Mrs. Arnold Johnson (Anne), Montreal and Jean Irving, Ottawa; nine grandchildren; one brother Gordon Irving Montreal and two sisters: Mrs R.
Donald and Mrs. Hammond Johnson both in Montreal, He was predeceased by his wife Jean in 1958. The late Mr. Irving wag born in Prince Edward Island, and was a graduate of the Ontario Agricultural College et Guelph. Becoming associated with the Sun Life Assur.
a nee Company he served the company at Brandon and Toronto, prior to coming to Saskatoon as Branch manager about 39 year ago. Following his retirement In 1942 he served several year with the Unemployment Insurance Office in Saskatoon. A faithful member of Knox United Church, Mr. Irving served a an elder for many years. He was past president of the Canadian Life Underwriters and past president of the Saskatoon Ki-wanis Club.
was a member of Saskatchewan Lodge No. 16 A.F. and A.M. and a 33rd degree Scottish Rite Mason. Mr, Irving had aiwav taken an active interest in Saskatoon community life and had served on the boards of numerous organizations including the Salvation Army, Y.M.C.A..
Oliver Lodge and the N.I.B. Saskatoon Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. 1-24-c MOHR THE PASSING OF MR. Claus Mohr, age 78 years of Asquith, occurred in Saskatoon hrpttai on Friday, January 21, 1966. The funeral service will be held on Monday January 24 at 3:30 p.m.
from Park Funeral Chapel, conducted by Mr. K. Sievert Surviving ere: one daughter, Miss Mar. iorie Mohr of Asquith; one son, tobert of Neilburg Sask 2 sisters: Mis Bertha Mohr of Asquith and Mr Alma Lentfer of Homedale, Idaho, U.S.A. and three brothers: Carl of Cranbrook, B.C.: Ralph and Edmund both of Asquith.
The late Mr Mohr was born at Exeter, Nebraska. U.S.A. and came to Asquith. Sask. in 1902 where he farmed until hia retirement In 1955 and had continued to live et Asquith since.
Mr. Mohr was predeceased by his wife. Beatrice in 1942. Interment will take place in the family plot in the Asquith Cemetery. Court- parking north of the Chapel, staff attendaut.
1-24-c THE STAR-PHOENIX HAS A SUP-ply of verse for your convenience I ACCOUNTANT REQUIRED TO TAKE Kindly inquire the desk. xtt charge busin- offlce of new 50-bed hospital. Hospital experience preferred but not essential. Duties to commence May 1. Apply stating education, experience, qualifications, salary expected and three references to E.
Marleau, Administrator. Kindcrsley Union HoepitAl, Kinder-sley, Sask. 1-25-c OUR SINCERE THANKS TO DR. Bovd and staff at St. Pauls Hos- I pital on the recovery of Gay from her accident.
Also all who sent SASKATOON, SASK. 1-24-c flowers gifts, cards and phoned on her behalf. Mr. and Mrs. T.
Mc-Dougall, 806 32nd W. 1-24-c THE FAMILY OF THE LATE BEN Mathers, sincerelv thank friends, I relative and neighbors, Mr. Man- ning, Drs. Jen and Doctors end nurse at University Hospital, The Victorian Order of Nurses. Me- Hagues Funeral Home, soloist and I organist and everyone who shared I our loss.
We gratefully acknowledge flowers, card and donations to the I Cancer Fund. The Mather fami- I lies and Vivian Kemp. 1-24-p WE WISH TO EXPRESS OUR SIN-cere thanks and appreciation to the I neighbours and friends of the late Mr. William Miller for their kind- I nese and sympathy. Also the dona- I tions to the Canadian Arthritis and I Rheumatism Fund Mr.
Miller, Jack and Phyllis Miller. 1-24-c MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUER OF MARRIAGE LICENSES Quality Credit Jewellers. House of Diamonds, 133 2nd Ave. north, xtf FUNERAL DIRECTORS 7 Park Funeral Chapel 311 3rd Avenue. North Phone 244-2103 Jack M.
Binkley Donald Somers xtf McKAGUES FUNERAL HOME M. McKague R. J. McKague Phone 242-3131 300 3rd S. xtf SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME W.
A. EDWARDS 33 4th No. Phone 244-5577 xtf WESTWOOD MEMORIAL CHAPEL Rae J. Murdock Phone 653-3434 20th Ave. xtf FLORISTS VICTORIA FLORISTS (MRS.
A. Me- AUister, Miss L. Gold). Daylight Theatre Building. Phone 242-3664, nursery phone 653-2533.
xtf FRANK J. DOWDING FLORIST Ltd. 234 2nd south (opposite Odeon Theatre) Phone 652-6272, day and night. xti REQUIRED FOR Large General Hospital Administrative Assistant Plant Building and Grounds University or Technical School Graduate with formal training in hospital administration or with experience in this field. Should have an engineering background with some experience in power plant operation; also in the installation or maintenance of electrical, air conditioning and refrigeration equipment in a large institution, borne knowledge arid experience in planning for new buildings and in the renovation and upkeep of buildings and grounds would be an advantage.
The salary for this position will be commensurate with training and experience, with opportunity for early promotion to the tion of Assistant Director, Plant Building and Grounds. Write, statin? qualifications end complete details of experience, aho positions held to: DIRECTOR OF PERSONNEL, VICTORIA HOSPITAL, LONDON, ONTARIO 1-24-C 1-24-e Forestry Transistors SPECIAL proven preparation courses to the Professional Engineers, Technologist and Technician Examination. SEND FOR YOUR FREE PROSPECTUS TODAY! No obligation. No salesman will call. Canadian Institute of Science Technology 234 Garden City Building, 263 Adelaide Toronto, Ont.
Please send me your free pros- fiectus. Check your chosen subsets. 7AME ADDRESS CITY i-24-C EARN $23 WEEKLY PLUS A FREE wardrobe In your spare time. Justi show Fashion Frocks to No investment, canvassing, experience necessary. Write.
North American Fashion Frocks, 3423' Industrial Dept. W-2444, Montreal 39, Que. 1-24-p STENOGRAPHER Required for modem office. Shorthand essential. Salary open to commensurate with experience and ability.
Phone tt2-l334 after 6 p.m. 1-25-a Classified Phone 242-3141 When words of sympathy are) inadequate. Flower sav it best. CONNlfc'S FLOWERS LTD. Grosvenor Park Shopping Centre 343-2609 Nite 343-4460 xtf I e1.
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