Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada on June 2, 1965 · 27
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SASKATOON STAR-FHOF.NIX 1 TWENTT-fttVr.N JUNE 2, 1949 Anti-Nazis eaten Violence TORONTO (CP) The Telegram says that a secret organization has threatened to use violence against the spread of nazism unless laws are enacted to outlaw all groups following the Nazi doctrine. The paper said the unnamed organization, formed about six months ago, has a membership of 480 Jews and 120 non-Jews, all dedicated to fighting Nazis. The organization has already conducted a raid on a Mount Albert, Ont., farm, placed agents in local Nazi groups and taken part in a riot at a midtown park here Sunday, The Telegraph says. We do not work with the police because they would obstruct our activities, a spokesman was quoted as saying, and added that the organization has no connection with any other anti-Nazi groups. GIVE TEETH TO LAW "We are loyal and proud Canadians, but when there is no justice in the law, we will fight the law. We must make it just and give it teeth. If words ' are not strong enough, we will use any means possible. We will fight nazism to the end. The spokesman said that the 200 members on hand at the riot Sunday were there to take pictures, gather information and prevent the rally from starting. He was referring to a riot in a Toronto park when about 4,000 persons attacked a group, who they believed to be Nazis, gathered for a Sunday rally. We deepy regret that a few innocent persons were beaten, but taking into consideration the emotional circumstances, it was unavoidable. Expects Improved Relations Between Canada, Russia LONDON, Ont. (CP) Robert A. D. Ford, Canadian ambassador to Russia, said Tuesday he expects an improvement in Canada-Russia relations despite recent Soviet claims of espionage by Canadian officials. Mr. Ford declined comment on the claims that Canadians are spying on Russian diplomats, but said there continues to be a gradual erosion of the cold war as far as Canada, Britain and the United States are concerned. Mr. Ford was in London to address the University of western Ontario convocation Friday and to receive an honorary doctor of letters degree. He is the son of Arthur R. Ford, editor emeritus of the London Free Press. Star to Wed CARACAS (Reuters) Hollywood actress Natalie Wood will marry Venezuelan millionaire Ladislav Blatnik, 30, at Mara-cay near here July 12, the Venezuelan government tourist office said. Miss Wood, 26, met Blatnik, whose family operates one of Venezuelas largest shoe factories, at a party given by film actor David Niven in Switz-erland last year. RATES Star-Phoenix Want Ad Rates: Four Cents Per Word Per Day, Six Consecutive Insertions tor the Price of Five. Minimum Count 10 Words Minimum Charge 40c Per Day Classified Display Is Charged at $2.66 per single column inch. Where 10 noint or large type is desired by the advertiser for the complete advertisement, the rate per word is 8c per day. Minimum count 10 words. Figures In groups of five or less, dollar marks, initial letters, etc., coant 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. 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, uowever caused whether by negligence or otherwise. City advertisers must Pick up box replies at the Star-hoenlx office. The Star-Phoenix assumes no responsibility for error after the first insertion. WANT ADS ACCEPTED 8:30 jn to 5 p.m. daily 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. NOTICES Birth, $1.50. Marriages and Death. In-Memoriams, Engagements Card; of Thanks, etc. rates $2.00 for insertion of 10 lines or less, extra line of five words each. 20c per line. Semi-Displays Accepted up to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday for following day's publication (except holidays). 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 Mondays Paper FRIDAY ....... For Tuesday's Paper WANT AD PHONE 242-3141 CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAYS, SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS SUBSCRIPTION RATES MAIL RATES IN CANADA 1 year ... 15 00 6 month ................. 8.50 3 months 5 00 1 month ... 2.00 By mail or letter carrier walks in Saskatoon 1 year 26.00 To aU countries Outside Canada: 1 year 21.00 6 months M ....... 12.00 3 months 7.00 1 month ... ... 3.00 By Carrier in Saskatoon and on Motor Delivery Routes 35 Cents Per Week Back Copies by Mail Minimum Charge 75 Cents BIRTHS THE SASKATOON STAR-PHOENIX will send free of charge a lovely Baby Book to the proud parents inserting birth notices. xtf DEATHS ERIXON THE PASSING OF MR. Charles A. Erixon in his 76th yar, beloved husband of Mrs. Lily E r.:c-on of 405 Avenue S, south, Saskatoon, occurred in a local hospital on Sunday, May 30, 1965. The funeral service will be held on Thursday, June 3 at 4-00 p.m. from Park Funeral Chapel, conducted by Elder Noble Harper. Surviving are his wife; four sons; one daughter and twenty-two grandchildren. The sons are Hobert, Orville and George of Clavet and Ertc of Grand Centre, Alberta. The daughter is Mrs. H. Dulertre (Eileen) of Clavet, Sask. Mr Erixon was predeceased by his brother, Lester in 1951. A resident of Saskatoon for the last 14 years. Mr. Erixon was born in Mondamin, lova. He came to Saskatchewan to the Clavet district as a boy in 1902 where he farmed until retirement in 1951. In lieu of flowers the family requests that donations be made to the Saskatchewan Heart i. oundatlon, 705 Canada Bldg., Saskutoon. Interment will take place in the family plot in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Courtesy parking north of the chapel, taff attendant, 6-3-c JONES THE DEATH OF WALTER E. Jones, age 75 years, of 507 Avenue G. south, occurred in a local hospital on May 30th, 1965. The funeral service was held on Tuesday June 1st at 11.00 a.m. from the chapel of the Saskatoon Funeral Home conducted by Rev. D. M. Lauch-lan. Pallbearers were: Leo Kleiter, Edward Minty, Joseph Stepawek, John Wall. Earl McAllister, Ivor Johnson. The late Mr. Jones was born in Galt, Missouri and came to Saskatchewan in 1917 to make his home in the Cudworth district. Mr. Jones had resided in Saskatoon for the past 13 years and was a member of St. Thomas-Wesley United Church. Surviving are one sister, Mrs. Leo Kleiter (Ruth), Cudworth; two brothers. Glenn Jones. Dauphin, Manitoba, and Alvie Earl Jones. International Falls. Minn. Interment took place in Woodlawn Cemetery. 6-3-c SEARS AT HER LATE RESIDENCE, 906 Pemberton Road, Victoria, B.C., on Mav 24, 1965. Mrs. Emily Sears, aged 7& years. Born in England and a resident of Victoria for the past 15 years, formerly of Saskatoon, Sask. Funeral services were held on Tuesday, June 1, at 1.30 p.m. from the Thomson & Irving Funeral Chapel. Rev. A. C. Hamill officiated, followed by cremation. 6-3-p FUNERALS BYERS THE FUNERAL SERVICE of the late Mr. William Duncan Byers who died on May 30, 1965. was held from Park Funeral Chapel on June 1 at 2:00 p.m.. conducted by Rev. A. T. Moffat. Pallbearers were: Leonard Carlsen, Jack Nicholson, Pete Hulm, Bruce Smith. Stuart Smith. Don Campbell. Interment took place In the family plot in Woodlawn Cemetery. 6-3-c JAMIESON THE FUNERAL SER-vice of Mrs. Mabel E. Jamieson, who died on May 29. 1965, was held from Nokomis United Church on Tuesday, June 1st, at 2.00 p.m., conducted by Rev. R. W. Swann. Pallbearers were: Merlin Johnston, Roland Beeler, Wilmot Johnston, Marvin Potter. Leslie Beeler, Steve Sevick. Interment took place in Nokomis Cemetery. Saskatoon Funeral Home was In charge of arrangements. 6-3-c SUMMERS THE FUNERAL SER-vice of Mr. Joseph Cay Summers who died on May 26 was held from McKague's Funeral Home on Tuesday. June 1 at 2 p.m., conducted by Rev. E. B. Clark. Pallbearers were: J. E. Ross, H. C. Rees, R. Reid, F. Whiting, F. F. Wood, R. McArthur. The Canadian Legion Rites were held under the direction of Mr. W. Jack. Interment was made in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. WHITEMARSH THE FUNERAL service of Dr. H. C. Whitemarsh, who died on May 30, was held from Third Avenue United Church on Tuesday, June 1 at 4 p.m., conducted by Rev. Ian MacRury and Rev. Dr. R. Hall. Honorary Pallbearers were: D. D. Campbell, W. Evans, c V. Henderson Dr. B. A. Jackson. W. P. Noble, Police Chief James Kettles, Dr. A. A. Scharf, Inspector W. W. Peterson, R.C.M.P. Active Pallbearers were: F. Cosford. A. T. Grantham, G. G. Patrick, P. Perverseff, C. Rhoden. H. Rhoden. Interment will be made in Elmwood Cemetery. Winnipeg, Man, McKagues Funeral Home was m charge of arrangements. 6-3-c IN MEMORIAM LEASK IN LOVING MEMORY OF a dear grandson Scott Bradley Leask who passed away June 2, 1964. Safe in the arms of Jesus, Safe on His gentle breast. Ever remembered by Granny and Grandpa. 6-3-p HAWES IN LOVING MEMORY OF Fred Hawes, who passed away June 2nd, 1943. His charming ways and smiling face Are a pleasure to recall; He had a kindly word for each And died beloved by all. Lovingly remembered by sisters, brothers and their families. 6-3-p JONES IN LOVING MEMORY OF a dear mother and grandmother, Mrs. Alma Hopkins Jones, who passed away on June 2, 1962. Time has only shown How much we miss you yet, Gods home must be wonderful, He always takes the best. Loved by Rhys, Dorothy, Alien, and Helen and families. 6-3-c THE STAR-PHOENIX HAS A SUP fdy of verses for vour convenience n making up your In Memonam ' Kindly inquire at the desk. xtj CARD OF THANKS WE WISH TO EXTEND OUR SIN-cere thanks to the Sisters, Priests and Nurses of St. Pauls Hospital, the Doctors Brand, Leddy, E. W. Schmidt and Mark Baltzan for the wonderful care and kindness to our sister, Barbara Deuben. also our neighbours and friends for the many spiritual, floral gifts received and their many acts of kindness received during our recent bereavement. The Dauben family. 6-3-p MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUERS OF MARRIAGE LICENCES Quality Credit Jewellers. House of Diamonds. 133 2nd Avp.. north xtf FUNERAL DIRECTORS 7 PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL 311 3rd Avenue, North Phone 244-2103 Jack M. Binkley, Donald Somers McKAGUES FUNERAL HOME M. McKague Phone 242-3131 R, J. McKague 300 3rd Ave.. S. SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME W. A. EDWARDS 338 4th Ave. No. Phone 244557? WESTWOOD MEMORIAL CHAPEL Phone 653-3434 20th St Ave. N Rae J. Murdock Terry Michnylluk FLORISTS MILLARS FLORISTS AND GROWERS 214 2lst St.. East Phone 652-7722. Night 343-3818. 343-6052 Flowers by Wire. VICTORIA FLORISTS (MRS. A. Me Aliister, Miss L. Gold). Daylight Theatre Building. Phone 242-3664 nursery phone 653-2533. xti FRANK J. DOWDING FLORIST LTD. Everything in floral needs. 234 2nd Ave.. south (opposite Tivoli Theatre , phor' 652.6272. Three lines. Night and holidays 343-8798, 652-4214, 343-3904. xtf When wordi deqi CONNIES FLOWERS LTD Grosvenor Park Shopping Centre 343-2609 Nile 343-4460 xtf ANGUS G. McTAVISH. FLORIST, member Florists Telegraph Delivery. 206 2nd Ave., north, phone 242-1345. Night phone 343-1574. xtf MARRIOTTS FLOWERS 126 2nd Ave., North Phone 242-3300 342-210 LOST AND FOUND 10 LOST: 1000 BLOCK K, NORTH, 3 month old kitten with soft black fur and white bib. 652-6319. 6-5-c LOST: ONE BROWN AND BLACK male German shepherd dog answering to the name of Sport. 652-1237. 6-4-c FOUND ON WIGGINS AVENUE. SIL-ver ring earring with small stone. Phone 244-886?. 6-4-p LOST: FEMALE SIAMESE KITTEN five months old. Phone 343-2838 or 343-7?73. Reward offered. 6-5-c FOUND DARK GREY STRIPED kitten In 800 block 5th Ave. 242-6413. 6-3-c MALE HELP WANTED 12 ONE EX PER IE N CE D BO D Y MAN AND one mechanic required to work on flat rate in a large General Motors dealership. Ideal working conditions. Situated 11 miles from lake resort. This position offers all fringe benefits Including pension plan and group insurance. Please apply stating age experience and qualifications. Apply to Greenfield Motors Ltd.. Box 400, Balcarres, Sask. 6-4-c BOOKKEEPER REQUIRED TO WORK in large General Motors dealership on standard accounting. Banking experience preferred but not necessary. This position offers an excellent opportunity for the right young man. Pension plan and group insurance available. Please apply in writing stating age, qualifications and salary expected. Apply to Greenfield Motors Ltd., Box 400, Balcarres. Sask. 8-4-c TAXI DRIVERS WANTED. MUST know city, neat in appearance. Phone or see Supervisor, Yellow Cab. 244-8166. 6-19-c WANTED IMMEDIATELY, one mechanic and two front end men. Experience required. Apply in person, Churchill Service Centre. 6-3-c HIGHWAY SEMI-TRAILER DRIVERS WANTED Two vears experience. Hold white chauffeur's licence. APPLY TO: MR. AL KIRSCH, KLEYSEN'S CARTAGE CO. LTD.. GRANDVIEW ROYALITE, 8TH STREET, EAST 6-7-c FULLER HAS A CITY TERRITORY open, $85 weekly. 343-6842, 244-6211. 8-15-c BOY WITH BICYCLE WANTED FOR messenger work. Steady employment. Applv Canadian National Telegraphs in old C.N. Station. 6-4-c GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR DISTRI-butors with Frantz oil cleaners. Ends oil and filter changes. Easily Installed on all vehicles and tractors, big savings. Belford Distributors, 493 2nd Ave., north. Phone 244-4578, Saskatoon. 8-15-c BUTCHER. MUST BE EXPERIENCED. Neat and capable of selling to the gublic. Apply in person to 1717 20th treet. west. 244-7864. 6-4-c EXPERIENCED REAL ESTATE SALESMAN NEEDED Apply BOX 242A, STAR-PHOENIX 8-15-c MAN WANTED TO WORK IN SHOP. Downton Motors. 820 17th St., west. 6-3-p EXPERIENCED BAKER for well equipped shop. Starting salary $95 per week. Write Box 117 Wainwright. 6-10-p TYPEWRITER REPAIRMAN AND SALESMAN Qualified to repair popular makes of typewriters and adders. Able to meet the public and sell all Office Machines in spare time. Salary plus commission. Permanent position in an Alberta city. Apply to Box 1155 Star-Phoenix stating all qualifications. 6-4-c PLUMBING AND HEATING WHOLE-sale requires city counter salesman. Must have product knowledge, be alert, courteous and a hard worker. Salary in accordance with qualifications. Apply Box 239A, Star-Phoenix. 6-5-c WANTED IMMEDIATELY FOURTH year apprentice or journeyman refrigeration repair man for work in east central Alberta city. Opportunity for share in business. Reply box 1149, Star-Phoenix. 6-3-c EXPERIENCED PARTS MANAGER for Mercury Dealership in Southwest Sask. city. Good salary plus incentive plan and group insurance. Only person with experience need reply. Box 1129 Star-Phoenix. 6-4-c FULLER HAS A COUNTRY TERRI-tory open. $85 weekly. Car necessary. 652-8095. 6-25-C SCHOOL UNIT SECRETARY REQUIRED BY RADVILLE SCHOOL UNIT NO. 3 Duties to commence as soon as possible after June 10. This unit is well established and completely centralized. 10 operating schools now in operation. Assistant in office and mechanic in charge of transportation system. Modern 2-bedroom residence available. Applicants to state qualifications, marital status, religion and salary exepected. Apply by June 10, to: S. ROTH, ACTING SEC.-TREAS., RADVILLE SCHOOL UNIT, NO. 3 RADVILLE, SASK. 6-7-c WANTED EXPERIENCED SHOE man. permanent position with Incentive plan and advancement. References, must be able to assume responsibility. Bricker's Shoes, 21st Street east. No phone calls. 6-3-c $90 FOR 40 HOURS. MARRIED MAN with car. 244-6211. m-6-l-c MARRIED MEN TO TRAIN AS MAN-agers with Fuller. 244-6211. 6-11-c SERVICE STATION HELP REQUIR-ed. State age and experience. Box 234A Star-Phoenix. 6-5-c DISPLAY MAN LARGE RETAIL STORE REQUIRES EXPERIENCED DISPLAY MAN WHO CAN HANDLE INTERIOR AND WINDOW DISPLAYS. AGE 25 TO 35, FULL COMPANY BENEFITS. APPLY BOX 244A, STAR-PHOENIX 6-4-c WANTED- MOTOR GRADER OPERA-tor. Applications will be received until June 7, 1965 for position of motor grader operator. Applications must state age, experience, marital status, salary expected and name of last employer. R.M. of Willner No. 253. Davidson, Sask. 6-4-c SALES CAREER Prominent national company has opening for experienced salesman to sell complete line of quality, repeat sale, hardware, chemicals and parts to automotive, manufacturing, construction, transportation, municipal and institutional users. Protected territory, limited travel, thorough training, established accounts and commissions provide for above average income, war necessary. Age 25 - 42. For interview telephone: MR. FRANK STUCHEL, REGINA - COLLECT 522-7627 Thurs., 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. Fri., 9 a.m. to Noon 6-4-c CLEANING MAN WANT-ed. Young man 18-22 years old to train as cleaning man. Permanent position. Apply in person to Tip Top Cleaners Ltd., 1810 Broadway. --c TRUCK DRIVER REQUIRED Apply in Person CAPITOL FOOD MARKET 1005 BROADWAY AVENUE 6-5-C Index to Classifications Arrest - ... Ant Article For 81 $5 Articles Wonted 26 Aoto Repairs A Accessories .... 73 Aatos A Trucks Wonted 73 Autos For Bole 71 Auto Flnonco Bonk Loons M BC. Properties $3 Births 1 Bicycles A Motorcycles .. .. 36 61 12B jlA Board A Room , Board A Room Wonted . .... Business Opportunities Business A Prof, Directory Bulldlnss Babysitting Cord of Thanks .... Cool A Wood M AT 69 16 43A 13C . 6 33 t . I3B A6 , 59 . 35 . 13 . 16 . in 66 . 8 . 6 . 7 . 3AA 47 Deaths - Domestic Help Wanted Farm Lands For Solo .... Farms Wanted Feed A Seed ........... Female Help Wanted Female Instructions Female Situations Wanted ... . Financial .... Florists Funerals Funeral Directors Furnishings Garagea Gardening 35A Help Wanted (Male-Female) .. .. 16 House For Rent (Furnished) .. 45 Houses lor Rent (Unfurnished) 46 Houses For Sale ... .... 44 Houaee Wanted 49 MALE HELP WANTED 12 1 (Continued) I TIRE MAN REQUIRED BY LARGE Saskatoon tire and retread shop. 652-4535. 6-5-c YOUNG MAN LOOKING FOR RAPID ADVANCEMENT IN A RAPIDLY GROWING ELECTRONIC COMPANY REQUIRED TO TRAIN FOR SALES POSITION. Must be ambitious with good appearance. Grade 12 education and capable of becoming manager or sales manager. Apply In writing, stating age and experience to: BOX 248A STAR-PHOENIX 6-7-c TWO FIRST CLASS LICENCED mechanics for Chrysler Bnd Massey-Ferguson dealership. Modern shop. Steady employment. All benefits. K. Ac B. Motors Ltd., Phone 854-3141, Hanna, Alberta. 6-8-c We require PART TIME DRIVERS with their cars to deliver food products in the evenings and weekends. Contact Chester Thorsen, Supervisor EL-RANCHO DRIVE-INN 8th Street 343-1633 6-7-c WE NEED an aggressive salesman willing to work up to a position as sales mana- ger. Must be bondable and own a car. Globe Real Estate, 309 Central Chambers. Phone Albert 242-6956. 6-7-c COMPOSITOR TWO-THIRDER. LINO experience preferred, also paste-up artist. Apply to Mr. A. MacDonald, Superintendent ABC Printing Limited. No phone calls please. 6-5-c WANTED: QUALIFIED MECHANIC for well equipped garage. Applicant should be familiar with International Harvester tractors and farm machinery. Phil Reiniger, I.H. dealer, Denzil. sask. 6-9-p YOUNG MAN FOR OFFICE AND light warehouse duties. Must be able to meet people in regard to walk-in business. Must be In good health and minimum of grade 11. Apply for interview in own handwriting giving full details to P.O. Box 314, Saskatoon. 6-5-c Young Man $75 a Week The Eastern Personnel Director for Universal of Canada will interview young men between 20-27. The young man we are looking for must have a neat appearance, positive nature and have a sincere liking for people. Experience is not essential because you will be enrolled in our professionally administered 13 week training program. Transportation is supplied. The man selected will be In on the ground floor of a career opportunity with nowhere to go but up. Get your teet wet! write giving age, education, employment record and best time to phone. Box 249A Star-Phoenix 6-3-c TRADE SCHOOLS (MALE) 12a GET THE FACTS International Correspondence Schools, 652-4222. Bob Carr 46 Howell Ave.. Saskatoon. xti FOR AUTOMATION. INDUSTRIAL electronics communication, radio and TV. Devry Technical Institute of Canada Toronto. Write: Box 364, Saskatoon. G. R. Teece 244-8618. xtf FEMALE HELP WANTED U EIGHT-BED MODERN HOSPITAL RE-quires a qualified Reg. Nurse as relief Matron for the month of August. One Reg. Nurse for permanent staff duty starting as soon as possible,. Salary per S.R.N.A. Separate residence, good transportation. Apply to Mrs. Grace Kirby. Matron, Craik Community Hospital, Craik, Sask. 6-i-c GIRLS WANTED FOR CAR WASH-ing. Apply Stromme's Service Centre, 2nd Ave. and 25th St. 6-4-c EXPERIENCED SALESLADIES WANT-ed. Apply in person Maefair Fashions. tf EXPERIENCED DRESSMAKER RE-qutred part or full time. Apply Fashion Fur Co. tf EXPERIENCED WAITRESS OR CAP-able person willing to learn. Apply Wallings Restaurant, opposite University campus. 6-3-c EXPERIENCED WAITRESS WANTED. Apply in person Plaza Cate. ti CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT required for 24-bed hospital. Salary commensurate with experience. Residence accomodation available. Apply Miss M. L. Stang. Director of Nursing. Wakaw Union Hospital Wakaw, Sask. 6-19-c WANTED- SALESLADY FOR TERRIS Fashions, 141 2nd Ave,, north. 6-8-c WANTED: MATRON FOR 14 BED hospital. Full maintenance $34.50. Salary $400 to $500. Salary according to experience. Apply: J. V. Nouch, Secretary Manager Eirose Union Hospital, Eirose, Saskatchewan, 6-5-c TWO EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES wanted. Must be neat and capable. Apply Mrs. Fong, Miami Restaurant. 6-4-p INTERVIEWERS EXPERIENCED. National public opinion organization requires women to conduct interviews in their spare time on public opinion surveys. Interviewers irom farm, rural and urban areas are acceptable for interviewing in their own areas. Experience is desirable but not essential. Basic rate of pay $1.75 hourly. Write to Box 1156, Star-Phoenix. 6-4-c FULLY EXPERIENCED LADIES wear salesgirl required for summer holiday periods. Apply Fashion Fur Company. tf Classified Phone 242-3141 Investments Investment Properties In Memorloni Insurance M ftOA . 4 6. HA Listings Wonted 89 livestock 63 Loons Wonted 64 Lost A Found ... 10 Lots Wanted 41 Lota For Halo 40 Machinery A Repairs .... 80 Mol lleiu Wonted 13 Mole Instructions 19 Mole-Female Instructions 19A Mole Hltnotlons Wanted 14 Marriage Licensee 6 Miscellaneous ... .. 39 Money To Loan 03 Monuments Musical Instruments . Personal Pet Stock . . Poultry A Eggs .. Real Estate . Rooms Furnished Rooms Unfurnished Rooms (Furnished A Unfur.) .. Rooms Wanted Situations Wtd (Male-Female) . Stores A Offices Storage Space Suite Furnished Suites Unfurnished ... .... Suites (Furnlshed-Unfur.) Suites Wanted . Summer Resort Swap 9 36A 34 61 48 , $ A4 A4A AA 17 . 69 . 36 . At . AlA AIB . 52 . 37 . 81 33 . 81 A 74 81 70 . 43 67 A Teachers Wanted Tinsmlthlng Tires A Vulcanising ... Trades A Profession Trailers Warehouse Space Winter Resort FEMALE HELP WANTED 13 (Continued) STENOGRAPHER Please apply stating qualifications and experience to P.O. Box 1420, Saskatoon. 6-4-c Required by Rosthern Union Hospital Director of Nursing Modern 36-bed hospital. Salary commensurate with education and experience. Director of Nursing Suite Available at Nurses Residence. Apply to: MR. F. DE COCK, Secretary Manager, Rosthern Union Hospital, Rosthern, Sask. 6-9-c WANTED: YOUNG LADY FOR PER-manent position in a drug store as maiicui uvsmuu lit a uiuh otuic aa pe,:50n- Appy t0 Box Star-Phoenix. 6-8-c AMBITIOUS ACTIVE WOMEN FOR customer service work full or part time. Poise and personality more important than previous business experience, Excellent remuneration. Call 343-4472 after A p.m, for an appointment. 6-8-c WANTED: CERTIFIED NURSING Assistant for 14 bed hospital. Full Maintenance $34.50, Salary $230 to $280. Salary according to experience Apply J. V. Nouch, Secretary Manager, Eirose Union Hospital, Eirose, Saskatchewan. 6-5-c REGISTERED NURSE REQUIRED i bed hospital. Schedule accord tag to S.R.N.A. Apply to Matron o Sec. Manager. LeRoy Union Hospital. 6-9-c WE HAVE OPENINGS FOR PART and full time diningroom waitresses Experience preferred but not essential. Applv in person Sheraton-Cavalier Motor Inn. tf EXPERIENCED WAITRESS WANTED to be paid, $1 per hour full shift. Apply in person to Diana Grill. 6-4-c REGISTERED NURSES REQUIRED for 30-bed hospital. Salarv schedule according to S.R.N.A. schedule 165. Personnel policies on request. Apply Secretary, Outlook Union Hospital, Outlook, Sa?k tf EXPERIENCED WAITRESS. DAY shift only. No Sunday work Apply in person. Central Lunch. 6-5-c REQUIRED FOR SMALL OFFICE Telephone receptionist Including typing, shorthand and general office duties. Must have pleasing telephone voice. Excellent opportunity for advancement. Apply only on the above requirements. Replies confidential. BOX 253A STAR-PHOENIX 6-4-c TRADE SCHOOLS (Female) 13a Opportunities for Women AMBITIOUS WOMEN WANTED Pleasant, steady, bigger earnings after -earning Hairdressing and Beauty Culture. Literature Free, Write: MARVEL HAIRDRESSING SCHOOL 237 21st Street. East Saskatoon 6-3-c-s DOMESTIC HELP 13b WANTED RELIABLE GIRL TO CARE for two year old boy and do light I PETERSON CHIMNEYS LTD., CHIM-houseworK. June 14 to Aug. 30. Box' - - ---- - 5, Bradwell. 6-3-p YOUNG, EASY-GOING WORKING couple require referee and housekeeper for three excessively healthy enudren ages 7, 4 and 2. Large automated house, beautiful treed grounds. Top wages. (Private room if live In.) Only second mother with references need apply to Box 251A, Star-Phoenix. (P.S. Husband wants good cook.) 6-9-c RELIABLE PERSON FOR LIGHT housework, three days a week. Phone 343-5839 after 6 p.m. 6-4-c BABYSITTING 13c WANTED BABYSITTER, LIVE IN OR out. $50 monthly. Phone 244-0466. 6-3-c WANTED: RELIABLE BABYSITTER for month of June. 343-2112. 6-3-c BABYSITTER REQUIRED FROM 1 g.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday, E. Nutana. 343-6316. 6-4-c WILL BABYSIT IN MY OWN HOME, Exhibition area, 242-3367. 6-4-p BABYSITTER TO DO LIGHT HOUSE-work. Live in. Call after 9 p.m. 343-6694. 6-4-c WANTED: BABYSITTER FOR ONE year old, to come in till end of June. Close In Nutana. Eight hour day. Apply to 652-9085. 6-4-c WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME while parents go on holidays. Please call 653-0949. 6-22-p WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME DAYS or nights. 653-0949. 6-22-p WANTED: BABYSITTER TO COME in. One child. City Park. 653-1304. 6-3-p RELIABLE WOMAN TO BABYSIT. Three small children. Starting June 14. Come in. Five day week. 115 2nd Street, east. 6-3-c BABYSITTER REQUIRED, TO IN-clude light house duties. 2Mi days per week. References required. Nutana. 343-1138. 6-3-C BABYSITTER TO LIVE IN. PHONE 244-0705 after 6 p.m. 6-4-c MALE SITS. WANTED 14 UNIVERSITY STUDENT DESIRES summer employment, phone 242-2528. 6-3-p WILL BUILD RUMPUS ItOOMS, suites. Reasonable rates. Phone 653-1283, 6-8-p 14 SECOND YEAR MALE UNIVERSITY student desires steady employment. Box 1153. Star-Phoenix. 6-8-p FIRST CLASS CARPENTERING, KIT-chen cabinets and remodelling. Reasonable rates. 242-6732. 6-7-p FIRST CLASS CARPENTERING. REA sumiblc. Phone 343-0416, 343-0177. xtf UNIT LIBRARIAN POSITION WANT-ed. 22 Semester hours Library Science, Male, married, 44 vears old. U.S. citizen, B.A., B Ed.. M.A. Experience: 4 years English teacher, librarian. 1 year Unit Librarian. Orville Shonrock Box 621, Kerrohert, Sask. Phone B4-2659 (Call after 6:00 p.m.). 6-3-p WILL DO PAINTING, ROTO-TILL-ing, odd jobs. Phone 244-7516. 8-9-p CAHETAKER WITH FIREMANS CER-tiicate and building experience wants part time work, 244-4128. 6-3-p FEMALE SITS. WANTED 15 LADY REQUIRES FULL OR PART-tinie employment for six weeks from July 1. Box 1145 Star-Phoenix. 6-4-p GRADE 12 GIRL WANTS JOB. Phone 244-2214 after 4. 6-3-p GRADUATE SOCIAL WORKER "RE-qulres summer employment. 653-3333, 6-8-p YOUNG LADY DESIRES WORK IM-mediatoly. Typing and office clerk experience. 652-5478. 6-8-p UNIVERSITY GIRL SEEKS SUMMER employment. Typing experience. Phone 652-9561, 6-3-p SINGLE LADY OVER 40 WANTS day work, 4 or 9 hours a day, $1.00 an hour. Phone 242-4852. 6-3-p LADY DESIRES HOUSEWORK AND ironing. 244-4458 after 7 p.m. 6-5-p STENO OR RECEPTIONIST AVAIL-able Immediately, Phone 242-5467. 6-5-p LADY DESIRES DAY WORK. 652-9692. 6-3-p HELP WTD. (Male Female) 16 ONE COMBINED TECHNICIAN KE-quircd for 30-bed hospital. This hospital has three doctois and two technicians. Time and one half for callbacks. Duties to commence Mav 1, 1665. Apply: stating age, marital status and experience to Secretary, Outlook Union Hospital, Outlook. Sask. if SECOND X-RAY TECHNICIAN RE-quired for a 62 bed general hospital presently under construction to expand to 88 beds including new X-ray facilities and equipment. Excellent personnel policies. Salary range $300-$345 per month. For further details please contact J. R. Jarvis, Administrator, Swan River Hospital District No. 1, Manitoba. 6-3-c MALE-FEMALE INSTRUC. 19a LEARN IBM Data Processing and Panel Wiring. Phone or write International Data n , - , . , ,5'rMar2 Block, Saskatoon, phone 244-1511 or 652-4280. m-7-l-p TRADES & PROFESSIONS 21 SAW SHARPENING Burnetts Kev Shop. 136 1st Ave. S. Locks hydraulic door closers repaired. HALS ELECTRIC SERVICE AND wiring our specialty. 242-5142 xtf PAINTING, PAPERHANGING PLAS ter repairs Reasonable prices. Evenings phone K. C. Payne 653-2001. PAINTING, PAPER HANGING AND wood finishing. Don Pearson. Free estimates. 244-2773 or 653-1208. m-6-ll-c City Carpet Cleaning Co. Established 1918, 105 Avenue E, South. Rug9. Upholstery Reweaving. 242-2648. BASEMENTS OLD AND NEW. EX-pertly repaired or plastered. Tom's Cement Service. 242-3954. tf CONCRETE CONTRACTING. FREE estimates. Gilbert & Martin. 242-4674. FREE ESTIMATES, DRIVEWAYS, floors. Wipfs Concrete. 652-4240. m-10-l-c FOR PAINTING AND PAPERHANG-ing phone Upper 242-9174. 242-4355. If DIRT, TREE GARBAGE REMOVAL. Hagan. Phone 242-8556 or 242-8751. ADAMS PAINTING 244-4835 OR 343-6134. Interior, exterior. xtf QUALIFIED HANDYMEN WILL IN stall, repair plumbing, heating, electrical. eavestroughing roofing painting, plastering, tiling, concrete vtork, cabinets, carpentry, remodelling. Workmanship guaranteed. 242-7041. xti JENSENS PAINTING, DECORATING plaster repairs interior exterior. Spray painting, texture ceiling. 242-8316. m-6-2-c WALL WASHING SERVICE. RUGS and furniture cleaned. 652-6771. m-7-2-c HAMEL BROTHERS DRY - WALL. Free estimates. 653-3677. m-6-5-c Eavestrough Troubles? Petterson Sheet Metal, 244-0738. m-6-ll-c FOR ODD JOBS. FENCES. MINOR house repairs, painting. 652-7961. 6-4-c WE BUILD GARAGES, FENCES, rumpus rooms and kitchen cupboards. Free estimates. Call 652 5393. Evenings call 244-0669. m-6-17-c EAVESTROUGHING AND HEATING repairs. Free estimates. Murrays Sheet Metal Ltd., 242-6119. m-6-22-c CONCRETE WORK, DRIVEWAYS and patios, steps, foundations. 244-6094. 6-5-p MEN AVAILABLE TO BUILD FENCES or garages and shingle roofs where we supply the materials. Free estimates. Ball Lumber Co., 614 9th St., 244-0177. m-7-15-c FOR REMODELLING RUMPUS rooms, patio and driveways. Phone 242-2968 after 6 p.m. 6-3-c neys lined and repaired. 652-3687. m-6-26-c CHIMNEYS LINED OR REPAIRED. Aluminum or stainless steel. Mid-West Chimney Service. 653-1466. xtf STUCCO. STEPS. DRIVEWAYS, walks, fencing. 653-0512. x-ll-2-c ROOFING AND REPAIRING, OLD and new. 244-6094. 6-5-p PAINTING, FLOOR SANDING, WOOD finishing and repairs. Phone Bill 652-7175 or Ed 652-1865. m-6-5-c FLAT ROOF REPAIRS. PHONE 242-4368. 6-14-c GENERAL CONCRETE. PHONE 343-4571. 6-3-c-s CLOCK AND WATCH REPAIR. JEN-sen Jewellers. Opposite Roxy Theatre, 321 20th St.. W. 6-3-c-s BUILD CUPBOARDS, GARAGES, RE-pair work. All carpenter work. Phone 244-8314. 6-4-p TEACHERS 23 ESTEVAN ROMAN CATHOLIC SEPARATE S.D. NO. 27 requires the services of several teachers for the 1965-68 term. Positions are open in grades from 1 to 8 Please apply stating detail of qualifications and experience to: Albert A. Matte Secretary-Treasurer, Box 339. Estevan. 6-3-c VICE-PRINCIPAL required by the Eston-Elrose School Unit No. 33 in Eston Elementary School at Eston. Staff consists of 18 teachers. Vice-principal's allowance $1,000. Send applications indicating age. full detail of training and experience, certificate and name of last superintendent to Mr. C. N. Mac-lennan, Eirose, Sask. INDIAN HEAD SCHOOL UNIT NO. 19 FORT QUAPPELLE Principal for new 10-room high school. INDIAN HEAD HIGH Home Economics Grades 9 to 12 ihalf time plus other subjects (state preference). A. L. KARRAS, SEC., INDIAN HEAD SCHOOL UNIT. INDIAN HEAD. SASK. 6-16-c MALE SITS. WANTED (Continued) 23 SHAUNAVON SCHOOL UNIT NO. 7 Invites applications for the following teaching positions: ADMIRAL: 3 required: Gr. 2-3, Gr. 4 and 5, Gr. 8 and 9 with subject exchange. Teacherage. CADILLAC: Or. 9 and 10 with ubject exchange. CLIMAX: 3 required; Gr. 2 and 3, Gr. 5 and 6. H.S. subjects arranged. Teacherage. PONTEIX: Gr. 4 to 6 area. SCOTSGUARD: One room, Gr. 1 to 6. Enrol. 20. Teacherage. SHAUNAVON PUBLIC- Gr. 7 and 8 area. Male preferred. SHAUNAVON HIGH; 3 required; Sr. French, Ph. Ed., Typing and Commercial. VAL MARIE: Gr. 3 and pt. 4; pt. 5 and 6; 7; H.S. with subject arranged. Applicants please give full particulars on certification, experience and last employer in first letter to: Geo. R. Straub, Shaunavon School Unit No. 7. Shaunavon, Sask. 6-11-c EASTEND SCHOOL UNIT NO. I invites applications from teachers for the following positions duties to commence August 30, 1965. TOWN OF EASTEND Elementary Teacher, Year I, Enrol. 25. Elementary Teacher. Year 2. Enrol. 30. Elementary Teacher, Year 2. Enrol. 28. Elementary Teacher, Year 5. Enrol. 27. Elementary Teacher, Year 6. Enrol. 26. EASTEND, a valley town, situated in the Cyprus Hills area, ha a population of 1,000. Fully modern. New modern school with 22 teachers on the staff. VILLAGE OF FRONTIER Elementary Teacher, Grade 7. Enrol. 20. Elementary Teacher, Grade 8. Enrol. 17. High School Teacher In charge of Grade 9 room. Math, and Science IX - XII. Other subjects to be arranged with the principal. FRONTIER, a village of approximately 300 population, is situated near the U.S.A, border. Modern school with 10 teachers on the staff. New gymnasium. VILLAGE OF CONSUL High School Teacher. Main aub- itCtXII an Science High School Teacher. Grade IX and X subjects, Algebra XII. CONSUL, a village of approximately 300 population, is situated south of Cypress Hills Park. Modern school with 11 teachers on the staff. New gymnasium, VILLAGE OF ROBSART Elementary Teacher. Grades 5 and 6. Enrol. 17. PRINCIPAL 4-room Elementary School in charge of Grades 7 and 8 Enrol. 19. Additional principal's allowance. Residence available. ROBSART. a village of approximately 200 population is situated south of Cypress Hills Park. New modern school with 4 teachers on the staff. RURAL SCHOOLS CARNAGH 20 miles south of Piapot. Gr. 2, 3. 5, 6, 8. Enrol. 15. EAST FAIR WELL (Hutterite Colony) u miles north of Ravenacrag. Gr. 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 6. Enrol. 14. KUNTONEL 12 mile north Eastend Gr. 2. 3, 4, 5, 8. Enrol. STAR BUTTE 20 mile north Eastend. Gr. I, 2, 3, 5. Enrol. 5. Applications, stating qualficatlon. etc. will be received by Alex Gutwin, Sec. - Treas., Eastend School Unit No. 8. Eastend, Sask. Reverse phone calls accepted. Ph. No. 295-3381, 6-12-c ROCKY MOUNTAIN SCHOOL DIVISION Invites application for the following positions: ROCKY MOUNTAIN HOUSE: 3,000 population. Modern schools. In an expanding area. 1. Business Education full time S.u,LbeJable to teact Pitman Shorthand. 2. Home Economics full time. Modern facilities. 3. Opportunity Room. Children 8-14 years, special allowance of $500. CAROLINE: Teacher living accommodation supplied by school board. Natural gas, water, sewer, 1. Vice-Principal, grades 1-12. 22 teacher school. Duties to be arranged. 2. Opportunity Classroom. 7-13 years. $500 special allowance. 3. Business Education. New facili-ties and equipment. Full time position. 4. Mathematics, senior high schoof. 5. Physical and Biological Sciences. Senior high school. 6. Grade 5. DAVID THOMPSON: Modern teacherages available. 1. Teacher for Science 9 and 11; Math. 10, 20, 21 and 30. (Sr. High.) Address applications and enquiries to: H. I. Hastings, Superintendent of Schools ROCKY MOUNTAIN HOUSE, Alberta. Phone 845-3050 or 845-3185, 6-7-c CARNIVAL TEACHERS (Centimes) Bemis! Do you remember that tilting steering wheel you always thought would be nice to have on our car?. 23 YORKTON COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE invites applications for the following positions; 1. ENGLISH TEACHER Literature and Composition In Grades IX to XII. Applicants should have four University classes in English. 2. COMMERCIAL TEACHER qualified to teach Gregg Shorthand, Typewriting and related commercial subjects. Applicants pleara list classes taken at University, degrees and teaching certificate, experience, age and references. Recent applicants please advise if applications to be further considered. Apply to (Miss) E. Walton, Secretary, 109 Fifth Ave., N., Yorkton, Sask. 6-5-0 FRENCH TEACHER REQUIRED The Blggar School Unit Invites applications for a teacher for French 9 - 12 in the Blggar Composite School. There will be 14 teachers on the high school staff. Biggar is situated about 64 miles west of Saskatoon with a population of about 2,800. Apply, stating experience, qualifications, name of last Superintendent and phone number to L. G. Goodman, Secretary. Biggar, Sask. 6-4-C MELVILLE SCHOOL UNIT NO. 2 requires teachers for the following schools, duties to commence Fall term, 1965. URBAN Town of Ituna: Two high school teachers. One must be capable of teaching Senior Physics or Grade Twelve Geom. Trig, or Junior High School Comp, and (or) Maths. Teacher for the Grade Two classroom. Teacher for the Grade Three classroom, p-Teacher for the Grade Four classroom. Teacher for the Grade Seven and Eight classroom. Village of Goodeve: Three high school teachers, one to be appointed principal of a 10-room system for one year term. Please state subjects preferred. Teacher for the Grade Four and Five classroom. Teacher for the Grade Five and Six classroom. Teacher for the Grade Six and Seven classroom. Village of Killaly: Teacher for the Grade Two and Three classroom. Village of Hubbard: Teacher for the Grade Seven and Eight classroom. (Will be principal of a four-room school). Teacher for the Grade Two to Three classroom. Village of Jedburgh: Teacher for Grade Five to Eight classroom. Village of Duff: Teacher for Grade One to Four classroom. Teacher for Grade Five to Eight classroom. RURAL Runeberg: 6N, 3E of Melville, T., P., E.28. Yola: 10W of Melville, T., P. E.17. Kltzul- 12N. 3E of Ituna T., P., E.18.' Success: 6N, 2W of Melville, T., P .26. Happv Centre: UN, 2W of Melville. P., E.17. (T. denotes Teacherage; P. Power; E. Expected Enrolment), Applicants please state qualifications, experience, phone number, and name of last Superintendent to J. Kuzenko, Sec. -Treas., Melville School Unit No. 26, Melville, Sask. 6-4-c WEYBURN PUBLIC SCHOOLS will require teachers for DIVISION 1, positions starting September 7, 1965. Applicants to state qualifications, teaching experience, age, religion, marital status and name of last superintendent. W. K. Williams, Supt. Weyburn City Schools, Box 6089, WEYBURN, Saskatchewan. 6-5-c THE BIGGAR SCHOOL UNIT NO. 50 Invites applications for the following positions; TOWN OF BIGGAR 14 teachers on high school staff and 25 teachers on the elementary staff. Principal, Biggar Composite High School with about half time allowed for supervision and administration. Physical Education teacher 9-12. teacher for Math and Science and preferably grade 12 Biology, teacher for French 9-12. teacher for grade 1. Hamlet of Sonningdale, 7 - room school teacher for Math and Science In grades 8-12. Teacherage available. Hamlet of Cando 7 - room school, teachers for grades 1 and 2. 4 and t, and 7 and 8. Modem suite available. Village of Handel 8 - room school, teacher for grades 4 and 5 or 5 and 6. Salary schedule range $3,000-$8,550 Apply, stating qualifications, name of last Superintendent and phone number, to: L G. Goodman, Secretary, Biggar School Unit, No. 50, Blggar, Sask. 6-4-c By Dick Turner TEACHERS (Contlnaod)

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