Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada on May 22, 1968 · 37
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tf - tf' - -eg- hi- r -ir V '' r V i , - v 'nr f vw- '" r w i " wwr-w w - v w s -v "r w r e Wednesday, May 22, 1968 Saskatoon Star-Phoenix 37 Federal budget deficit $808,000,000 in past year OTTAWA (CP) The federal Normally, preliminary figures ing and other payments to the government encountered a would be announced in the fi- provinces increased by $222, budgetary deficit of $808,000,000 nance ministers spring budget 000,000 to $737,500,000. in the fiscal year 1967-68, Fi- and final figures made public in c The manpower and immi-nance Minister Benson reported August. gration department increased iuesday. The Canada Gazette state- lts spending by $95,000,000 to Last June 1 Mitchell Sharp, ment showed revenues from $415,400,000. then finance minister, projected personal income tax collections Health amt welfare snenrf-a deficit of $740,000,000. On Nov. up 15 per cent to $2,848,000,000 , increaL bv $moto 30 he announced tax changes from $2,473,820,000 in the pre- iAro mo non t0 and plans for spending cuts, ad- vious fiscal year. 1 uu justing the forecast to $785,- Collections of corporation in-000.000. come tax increased four per . Total expenditures of $9,- cent to $1,670,000,000 from $1,-863,000,000 and total revenues of 593,225,000. $9,055,000,000 for the year ended Among major changes in de-March 31, 1968, were somewhat partmental spending between lower than anticipated in the 1966-67 and 1967-68: Nov. 30 budget statement. National defence expend! The expenditures were 12 per tures increased by $100,000,000 cent higher than 1966-67. Reve- to $1,750,000,000. Agriculture department ex penditures were up $48,000,000 to $278,700,000. CBC costs to the govem- nues were up eight per cent and the deficit increased to $808,-000,000 from $421,000,000. The finance minister published preliminary figures in ment increased by $28,000,000 to the Canada Gazette because the $144,000,000. government was required to External affairs spending provide them to American in- dipped to $213,000,000 from vestors in its new $100,000,000 $230,474,000. bond issue. Servincing of the public The figures are to be con- debt cost $105,000,000 more at tained in the prospectus accom- $1,295,000,000. panying the sale of the issue. Federal subsidies, tax-shar- St. Lukes performs fourth transplant HOUSTON. Tex. (AP) The heart in- 30 minutes Tuesday heart of a 17-year-old boy beat night. Fierro, 54, an Elmont today in the chest of Louis John N.Y., automobile salesman, was Fierro, the worlds 15th heart listed in "highly satisfactory transplant patient and the condition half an hour after fourth man to receive a donated the operation, heart at St. Lukes Episcopal A medical bulletin today said Hospital. Fierro was "awake, very alert A surgical team led by Dr. and responds with a wave, ad-Denton A. Cooley implanted the ding that his blood pressure and other vital signs were stable. The donor was Hubert Brun-gardt of Pasadena, Tex., who died at 10:35 p.m. A hospital spokesman said the teen-ager suffered a brain hemorrhage and was transferred to St. Lukes from Southmore Hospital in suburban Pasadena earlier in the evening. Surgery began at 11:09 p.m. and was completed at 1 a.m., a spokesman said. The donor heart was re-started with one electrical shock. ConemnsrGoniplQlnt? Don't Eoiquj vihntta da? II da oomothlng 7&COH$UMr, Qttam, Giitz Our job is to stick up for your rights as a consumer! We know the life of a consumer isnt always easy. Most business men are scrupulously honest, but sometimes attempts are made to deceive us by fraud or unfair sales practices, misleading advertising, or deceptive labelling and packaging. If you have any complaints about such practices, its your right and obligation as a consumer to make them known. Were here to promote your Interests as a consumer. But we cant help you if we dont hear from you. We know we cant solve all consumer problems, but your letter may help us to protect other consumers. ' Write us! Use our new easy-to-remember address: The Consumer, P.O. Box 99, Ottawa, Ont. Explain your problems. Your letter will get prompt attention. Remember its your rightl Department of consumer and corporate affairs government of Canada Weve got to stop hog-wild interest rates! The federal government, this year, pigeon-holed a workable blueprint (from its own task force) for recovering control of our economy. A New Democratic government would put that plan to work, stop the drain of Canadian funds to the United States and bring interest rates back to reasonable levels. If you are concerned about sky-rocketing interest rates, . VOTE ALF GLEAVE IN SASKATOON-BIGGAR Atferlsc4 by tks Saakateta-Blfftr Ktw Dmcrtle Party Star-Phoentx 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 $3.50 per single column inch. Where 10 point or large type Is desired by the advertiser for the complete advertisement, the rate per word is 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 bal. ance set in ordinary classified type 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. If replies ere 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 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. Semi-Displays Accepted Up to 12:00 noon Monday through Friday for following days publication (except holidays) NOTICES Births $2.50, Marriage and Deaths, In-Memoriams, Engagements, Cards of Thanks, etc., rates $3.00 for insertion of 10 lines or less, extra Ime of five words each, 30c per line, Display Advertising SCHEDULE OP COPY ACCEPTANCE TUESDAY 12:00 noon for Thursday, WEDNESDAY 12:00 noon for Friday, THURSDAY 12:00 noon for Saturday, FRIDAY 12:00 noon for Monday, FRIDAY $:00 p.m. for Tuesday and Wednesday publication All of the above times, on a copy in hand basis allow time for copy pick-up and preparation. CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAYS, SUNDAYS WANT AD PHONE 653-2100 MAIL RATES IN CANADA SUBSCRIPTION HATES 1 year $20 00 month, .... $12 50 3 month, $6 50 1 month $2.50 By mail or letter carrier walk, ' in Saskatoon 1 year $30.00 Bv Carrier 40 Cent, Per Week To All Countries Outside Canada: 1 month . $5 00 1 year $30.00 Back Copies bv Mall Minimum 25 cent, each Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. TENDERS INVITATION TO TENDER TOWN OF EATONIA , STORM SEWERAGE SYSTEM Tenders will be received by the undersigned until 2:00 p.m. Central Standard Time, Wednesday, June 5th, 1968 for construction of a Storm Sewerage System in the Town of Eatonia, Saskatchewan, including the following works: Storm Sewer Mains (12 to 36) Approx. 8,500 Lin. Ft. Manholes Approx. 180 Vert Ft Catchbasins 48 Each Drainage Ditch Excavation Approx. 6,200 Cu. Yds. Bona fide General Contractors may obtain contract documents from the Consulting Engineers at the address shown, for a deposit of Twenty-five Dollars ($25.00), which will be returned provided that the Contract Documents are returned in good condition within 14 days of the closing of tenders. General Contractors who have not previously obtained contract docu. ments will be required to furnish evidence of their previous experience, amount and condition of equipment and financial status before receiving the Contract Documents. Each tender must be on the forms provided and be accompanied by a certified cheque or Bid Bond in the amount of Ten Per Cent (10) of the tendered amount The Town reserves the right to reject any or all tenders and will not necessarily accept the lowest tender. Town of Eatonia, co Underwood McLellan Se Associates Limited, 1721 8th street East, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan 5-23-c IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED INVITATION TO BID Service Station Construction Broadway and Dalebrook, Yorkton, Sask. Tenders for service station construction at Yorkton, Saskatchewan 111 be received until 4.00 P.M. Mountain Standard Time, June 5, 19&8. Plans. Specifications, and tender documents may be obtained by application to: Project Engineer, Imperial Oil Limited, 9O0 Standard Avenue, Regina, Saskatchewan upon payment of a $25 deposit. The deposit will be refunded upon receipt of a tender or upon return of the documents prior to tender closing. Plans are available at the Saskatoon and Regina Builders Exchange for uea by sub-trades. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. 5-24-c Index to Classifications Acreage (Industrial) . Agent Articles For Sale Articles Wanted Auto Repairs 3c Accessories . Autos Sc Trucks Wanted . , Autos For Sale Auto Finance Babysitting Bank Lotna B C Properties Births ........ Bicycles & Motorcycles . Boird Sc Room Board 3c Room Wsnted . . Busines Opportunities Business Sc Prof. Directory , Bunding Card of Thanks Coal Sc Wood Coin 3c Stamps .................... 3A 5 3J. a - Deaths Domestic Help Wanted Farm Lands For sale Farms Wanted ........ Feed Sc Seed Female Help Wanted Female Instructions Female Situations Wanted . Financial ... Florists ........ Funerals Funeral Directors Furnishings ......... Garages Gardening - - - X- .... 3o 5 r M 25A . 47 35A ' Help Wanted (Male-Female) .. 16 Hospital Personnel 16A Houses For Rent (Furnished) ... 45 House For Rent (Unfurnished) 46 Houses For Sale , Houses Wanted .... .. Investments Investment Properties 50 50A NOTICES NOTICE From this date I will not be responsible for anv debts contracted in my name other than those incurred by myself. Signed, Oscar Harasyn, 307 - 109 Street, Saskatoon, Sask. 5-23-c NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the estate of FREDERIC WIL-UAM LARGE, late of saskatoon, in the Province of Saskatchewan, retired, deceased. All claims against the above estate, duly verified by statutory declaration and with particulars and valuation of security held, if any, must be sent to the undersigned before the 13th day of June, A.D, 1968. WARREN Sc NYKYFORUK, Barristers & Solicitors, 305 Canada Building, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Solicitors for the Executor. 5-23-c-s NOTICE OF APPEAL TO BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS RE: Joseph Holick 1. Plan G 76; Civic address north Lot 1, Block 1215 6th Avenue An appeal has been made by Schmitt. Robertson. Muzyka, Beaumont & Barton, Solicitor and Agents for Joseph Holick against the relevant zoning bylaw of the City of Saskatoon preventing the construction of a house. This appeal will be heard by The Board of Zoning Appeals on Tuesday, May 28th, 1968 at 7:30 p.m. In the Council Chambers, City Hall, Saskatoon. Saskatchewan, at which all interested parties may make submissions with respect to the matter. DATED at Saskatoon, this 15th day Of May. A.D.. 1968 A. Fraser Secretary, Board of Zoning Appeals 5-23-c-s DEATHS ALLAN THE DEATH OP MR. Archie McFee Allan, age 77 years, of Asquith, Sask., occurred at his residence on Tuesday, May 21, 1968. The funeral service will be held on Saturday, May 25 at 2 p.m. from the Asquith United Church, conducted by Mr. C. Seivert. Surviving are: his loving wife. Ida; two daughters, Mrs. C. Winnacott (Leona), Saskatoon, Mrs. H. Wall (Evelyn), Saskatoon; three sons, Andrew, Saskatoon, John, Big River, Sask., Frank, Asquith; twenty-nine grandchildren ten great-grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Susan McKee, Neepa-wa, Manitoba, Mrs. Sarah Witter, Mmnedosa. Manitoba, Mrs. Jennie Souster, Saskatoon; one brother. Charlie Allan, Calgary. The late Mr. Allan was born at Gary, South Dakota and came to Canada in 1904. He lived in Manitoba for nine years before coming to the Asquith district in 1913. He farmed in the Asquith district until 1951, when he retired and moved to the town of Asquith. Mr. Allan was a member of the Asquith Wheat Pool Board for several years and a trustee of the Gra-sby School District for several years. He was also a member of the Orange Lodge. Mr. and Mis. Allan celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in 1965. Memorial donations to Saskatchewan Heart Foundation 511 Canada Building appreciated in lieu of flowqr. Interment will take place in the Asquith Cemtery. Arrangements are in care of Westwood Funeral Chapel, 5-25-c DAVIES THE PASSING OF MR. Chailes Ault Davies of Colon&ay, Sask. occurred in a Saskatoon hospital on Monday, May 20, 19p8. The funeral services will be held t st. Matthia, Anglican Church, Colon&ay on Friday, May 24 at 2 p.m.. conducted by Rev W. S. Tibbo, assisted by Rev. W. Carry of Wynyard. Youngs Funeral Home, Viscount, will be in charge. Interment at Hill-crest Memorial gardens. Surviving are his wife Florence; son Harwood of Edmonton; and 4 sisters; Dorothy, Mrs. A. Walls, Saskatoon: Ida, Mrs. B. Lockwood. Wakaw; Hilda, Mrs G. Bailey, Humboldt; Janet, Mrs. D. Woodcock, Dauphin, Man. Born in Uttoxeier, Staffordshire, England, Miurh 10, 1893. coming to Canada in 1906. He farmed with his father at Carmel, Sa&k. until 1922 when he went to Plunkett to buy gram first for the Co-op Elevators and later for the wheat Pool In 1935 he married Florence Harwood and thev resided in Plunkett until 1948 when thpy moved to Colonsav. He managed the Colonsay Credit Union in conjunction with the Wheat Pool until he retired from the Wheat Pool in 1958 and continued to manage the Credit Union until March 1967. A firm believer in the Co-op movement. Charlie as he was widely known, devoted nearly 46 years of his life to furthering its cause. In lieu of flowers the family request donations to the St. Matthias Memorial Fund. 5-23-c MacLELLAN THE DEATH OF MR. Vernon Hugh MacLelian, age 47 years of 27 Fraser Crescent, Saskatoon, occurred in a local hospital on Mav 20th, 1968 The funeral service will be held on Thursday, May 33rd at 1 30 pm. fram the Chapel of Saskatoon Funeral Home, con. ducted bv Mr. Clarence Garvie. Surviving are: his loving wite Manan; four sons: Douglas. Kenneth, James and Richard all at home; one sister: Mrs. Victor Pister tShiriev) of Melville; two brothers: William of Vancouver and Wallace of Kam-, sack. He predeceased by hu parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mac Lellan. Mr MacLelian was bom m Kamsack and received his education there. During World War 3, he served in the RCAF Following -the war he as employed bv the C.N.R. at Kamsack and S5kdtoon for 15 years He was Sale Manager for E. K. Motors prior to starting hi own bu&ines, IdMwyid Motors four vears ago Mr. MacLelian was a member of the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen and a member of the Masonic Lodge A F. Sc A.M Interment will Ue piace m Wood-lawn Cemetery, Courtesv parking area south of the Chapel cm 4th Avenue at 26th Street.) 6-23-e 6! In Memorian .. 12B Insurance 2 Listing Wanted . Livestock ... I Loans Wanted V Lost Sc Found -- 1A Lots Wanted 13C 65 . 62 . I . 28 . 56 57 . 69 . 76 4 63A , 39 33 64 . 10 . 41 . 40 . 30 . IS 19 19A . 14 . 6 29 , 63 9 26A .... 24 ... 37 Lots For Sale Machinery A Repairs ... Male Help nted Male Instructions .... Mdle-Female Instructions . Male Situations Wanted Marriage Licenses . Miscellaneous -Money to Loan Monuments Musical InsUument Personal SLOCK Poultry Sc Eggs Real Estate ..... Rooms Furnished Rooms Unfurnished 43 . 33 . 54 . 54 A .55 Rooms (Furnished & iJnfur.) - Rooms Wanted . Situation, Wtd (Male-Female) 17 Snowmobiles 70A Stores St Office .............. . .w, 60 Storage Space 38 Suites, Furnished .... 5! Suites, Unfurnished 51 A Suites, Furmshed-Unfur.) ....... 51B suites Wanted 52 Summer Resort 27 Swap 31 J!ach.r 'Yanted 23 -1A 6e Vulcanizing J4 Zrafj Professions 21 Trailers Warehouse Space ... ... 70 42 1A ..... J7A W'eadings Winter Resorts . DEATHS Contlnued) Me BURNEY THE DEATH OF Arthur Lawrence McBurney, age I 63 years of 8619 7th SL, S.W. Cal-I fary, occurred May 21 in Calgary. he funeral service will be held on I Friday, May 24 at 1.30 p.m. from Chapel, Calgary, conducted bv Rev. Mclnnis & Holloway Funeral Kingsley E King. Surviving are I his wife Justina, Calgary; three j daughters, Mrs. Ethel A-libnttou, I Mrs. Shirley Yehling, both of Tuc- I son, Arizona; Miss Colleen McBurney, Calgary. Six grandchildren, one brother, Bert McBurney, Letli- I bridge, Alberta;three sisters, Mrs. Ruth Riddel, Cornwall. Ontario; Mrs. Audrey Hastings, Vancouver; Mrs. Alma Nelson, Vermillion, Al-I berta. Mr. Me Bumev was on the I Saskatoon Fire Department for I many years Interment in Field of Honor, Calgary. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Heart Fund. 5-22 -c FUNERALS GRAMSON THE FUNERAL SER-vice of Mr. Philip Edward Gram-1 son, who died on Mav 17th, 1968, was held from Delisle United Church on Tuesday, May 21st at 2 p.m. conducted by Rev. R. E. McCann. Pallbearers were: Howard Schultz, Murray Miller, Geoige Orchard Jr., Alvin Draycott, Alf WUhe, Scoop Bentley. Canadian) Legion graveside rites were con- ducted by Mr. Herb Green of the Deiisle Branch No. 189 of the Canadian Legion Interment was made in the Delisle Cemetery. Park Funeral Chapel was in charge. 5-23-c IN MEMORIAM AVERYIN LOVING MEMORY OF a dear Dad and Granddad. Alfred Avery, who passed away May 22, 1 1965. We watched you suffer, We watched you sigh. But all we could do was just 1 stand by, I When the time came we suffered too. For you never deserved what you went through, God took your hand, and we had to pai t, Hes eaed your pain, but broke our heart Although we smile and seem carefree, Nobody misses you more than we. Sadly missed by Ellen and Glen, Fred and Pearl and grandchildren. 5-23-c HAZELL IN LOVING MEMORY OF a dear husband, father and grand-1 father, W. G. HazeU, who passed away May 22, 19bd. It is sad to walk the road alone Instead of side by side, But to al) there comes a time When the ways of life divide. But you left us beautiful mem- ories, I We treasure them through the year. Father, In They gracious keeping, May we leave our loved one sleepmg. Lovingly remembered by wife and family. 5-23-c HAZELL In loving memory of dear dad and grandad, W. G. Bill HazeU, who passed away May 22nd 1965. Just a prayer from us, who loved you, Precious memories kind and true, j In our hearts you live forever. Because we thought the world of I you. Ever remembered and sadly miss. I ed by Gertie, BiU, Bob and Doug. I 5-23-p THE STAR-PHOENIX HAS A SUP-ply of verses for your convenience m making up your In Memoriam." Kindly inquire at the desk. xtf CARDS OF THANKS WE WISH TO EXPRESS OUR DEEP appreciation for the help, condolences and expressions of respect given us during the loss of our loving husband and father. Lillian Remple and boys. 5-23-p MARRIAGE LICENSES 6 ISSUER OF MARRIAGE LICENSES. Quality Credit Jewellers House of Diamonds, 133 2nd Ave., north, xtf FUNERAL DIRECTORS 7 McKAGUES FUNERAL HOME M. McKague R. J. McKague Phone 242-3131 300 3rd Ave., S. xtf SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME W. ARNOLD EDWARDS ROBERT P DAURIE Ph. 244-5577 338 4th Ave., N. xtf PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL Jack M Binkley. Donald Somers 311 3rd Ave., No. Phone 244-2103 xtf WESTWOOD FUNERAL CHAPEL Rae J. Murdock, Terry Michayluk COLLECTOR Required: Aggressive man of neat Ave. N. appearance, between 24 and 35 years rtf I of age, good starting salary, all fringe benefits. Must be bondable with a good educational background. Successful applicant wil be teamed for VICTORIA FLORISTS (MRS. A. Me- a rewarding career in the collection Alllster, Miss L. Gold), 521 8th St. field For appointment, call Century Phone 653-2533 or 242-3664. Xtf FRANK J. DOWDING FLORIST, Ltd., 234 2nd Ave . south (opposite I Odeon Theatre). Phone 652-6272 dav and night. xtf LOST AND FOUND 10 LOST FEMALE SIAMESE CAT. East Nutana. Reward. 853-2058. 5-23-c LOST A BLACK FEMALE DOBER-man Pmcher dog by Tessier gravel pit road. 382-4752. 5-24-c MALE HELP WANTED 12 EARN 8400 TO $600 PER MONTH while you learn with a 70 year old highly respected Life Inaurance Co. Phone 652-1557. tf DRIVERS WANTED MAKE MONEY WITH YOUR OWN CAR1 The El-Rancho Drive Inn Has openings for drivers with their own crs on a full-time or part-time b5i. Mostly evening work. Guaranteed wage. Special warmers provided For an appointment contact EL RANCHO ' DRIVE INN LTD. 2806-6TH STREET. EAST PHONES 374-3535 AFTER 8.00 P.M. 5-23-c MALE HELP WANTED 12 (Csnttnaed) A GOOD OPPORTUNITY for a sale career with a large, international. Canadian Company leading to a future with euiy qualifications for management portions. We are interested In men age 24-40 who are presently employed, Grade 13 education or better, married and m good health. Full training program provided. Starting income up to 17.200 with additional incenLve bonuses quarterly. Full fringe benefits. In-city work no travelling required Enquiries will be treated confidentially . For personal Interview, send employment history, reason for considering a change, marital status, address and phone number to Box 138D, Star-Phoenix. All replies will bo acknowleged. 5-23-c COMMISSION SALESMAN REQUIR-ed, must be self-starter and enthusiastic, 21-30, required to work evenings. Training program. Office work only. State qualifications. Mav be transferred. Reply Box 128D Star-Phoenix. 5-25-c YOUR FUTURE IMPORTANT TO YOU SASKATCHEWAN i our showcase region wheie we SELECT, TRAIN and DEVELOP men for prestige management positions. We have everything needed for your success and future. Expert professional training. No seniority blocks. You advance on MERIT and RESULTS. An INTERNATIONAL COMPANY the leader in its field with many roada to the top. EXPERIENCE not important. All you need is HONESTY. COMMON SENSE, and EFFORT. Have car, be bondable. - . Age 22-38. 2 WEEKS SO hour of highly specialized training. Expenses paid. 4 WEEKS hlghlv specialized field training by professionals. AFTER field training, full commission bn established business. CALLING on business and professional people 3-5. PROMOTION to managerial positions, fast to those who quality. Call i MR. OGILVIE 1-9 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday PHONE 652-6770 5-23-c AGENTS TO SELL TAILORED TO measure clothes direct to wearer. Full or part time. Free suit bonuses. Experience not necessary. Rodney Tailoring Company, Dept R. Box 3018, Montreal. 5-23-c-s RESTAURANT EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY El-Rancho Drive Inn WE HAVE SEVERAL IMMED-IATE OPENINGS IN OUR ORGANIZATION FOR GRILL MEN, CHICKEN COOKS. FOOD HANDLERS AND OTHER POSITIONS. THIS EMPLOYMENT IS ALL INSIDE WORK AND IS PERMANENT. (1) No experience necessary, training on the job. (2) Good starting salary. With regular increases. (3) Transportation from .work. (4) Air-conditioned for working comfort (5) Evening work, regular day off. (fit Clean places to work in. APPLICANTS MUST BE PLEASANT, NEAT IN APPEARANCE AiND HAVE THE ABILITY TO GET ALONG WITH OTHER EMPLOYEES. MUST BE 16 OR OVER. EL RANCHO ' DRIVE INN LTD, 828 Broadway Ave. Call for an appointment between hours of 9 - 5 p.m. Phone 653-1441 5-23-c UNIVERSITY STUDENTS NEED 2 ambitious students. Apply In person only, between 3 and 5 p.m., Watkins Products, 4X4, 33rd St. W. 5-23-c NATIONAL FIRM REQUIRES PROFESSIONAL SALESMAN Diversified quality equipment. Commission basis only. Some of our men earn $30,000 per year. All replies confidential. Local Interviews. Send brief resume to: BOX 1673 SASKATOON STAR-PHOENIX 5-25-c REAL ESTATE SALESMAN RE-quired by growing Real Estate Film. Prefer man 22-38. Experience not necessary. Training program available Apply in person to manager, Provincial Agencie Ltd. 203, Pin-der Bldg. tf PART - TIME MECHANIC WANTED to work two nights per week and alternate weekends. Service station experience necessary. Phone 244-6544. 5-25-c DRIVERS Full and Part Time, must be 21, know city. YELLOW CAB CO. 244-8166 NIGHT SHIFT FOR HATCHERY work. 374-3321. Preston Ave. S. 5-23-c Collection Agency Ltd. 6o2-4307 be. tween 10-11 a m. or 1-3 p.m. 5-25-c MAN WANTED FOR GARDENING, Once a week. Phone 843-6448. 5-29-c Wanted Immediately A PROCESS COLOUR STRIPPER for modern Calgary shop. Minimum a yeans experience. Knowledge of Camera - Line, and Black and White Halftone e definite advantage. All company benefits. Write BOPCO COLORKRAFT LITHOGRAPHERS LIMITED, 2050- 16th Avenue S. W., CALGARY. 4 Alberta 5-25-c TWO MEN FOR FORMING JOIST-ing and framing with some experience. Age late 20. Phone 3fi2-2470 or 243-2617. 5-27-c IMMEDIATE EMPLOYMENT FOR MEN EXPERIENCED IN WHEEL ALIGNMENT AND BRAKES APPLY MANAGER MeCOY BROS. SPRING STEERING SERVICE l'Sol - 101 STREET EDMONTON. ALBERTA 5-23-0 MALE HELP WANTED WANTED: FURNITURE AiND Appliance Sales Manager in well established buamesa. Located on Not 3 Highwav. north of Calgary. Town pop. 3, $00. Give references, etc. Box 1(178, Star-Phoenix 5-29-e NEAT YOUNG MAN IS REQUIRED by Levitt Safety Ltd. position commences with warehouse duties with a good opportunity for advancement in a growing Industry. High school education preferred Weekly salary. 5 dv week and usual company benefits. Reply In person or write to No. 4-5i(M4th Street, Saskatoon. 5-25-c TRAIN FOR MANAGEMENT ON FULL SALARY 'A well planned program with promotion to Branch Manager on completion of training. Here are tome of the, advantage: frequent salary increases related to progress no selling, no experience required Outstanding employee benefits Rapid promotion Secure future Applicants will be sge 21-28 and must have graduated from High School. Car an asset. HOUSEHOLD FINANCE . CORF. 619 W. Hastings, Vancouver, B.C. 5-24-0 METROPOLITAN STORES OF CAN-ada Ltd., Saskatoon, ia now interviewing young men for the man-agers-tratntng program. To the right men we offer: rapid advancement due to expansion. Applicants should be high school graduates. Please contact the manager or the Met. Stores. Saskatoon 5-25-c WANTED Second Class Stationary Engineer Will Consider 3rdi. Rate $3.65!4 per ' hour, 40 hour week. Scheduled overtime at time and one half. Housing available In modem community. Self snd family covered by Manitoba hospitalization, medical. Green Shield Prescription Plan and liberal vacation schedules and pay. Apply In writing, giving phone number and particulars to; Personnel Manager SHERRITT GORDON MINES LIMITED LVNN LAKE, MANITOBA 5-24-C $2.75 PER HOUR FOR LICENSED or near licensed mechanics in modem I.H.C. truck shop in Manning Alberta. Married, between 20-35 years of age, non-drinkers. Modem town of 1,500, all recreational facilities, housing available, no sales tax. 1-403636-3301, Phone collect. 5-25-c WANTED EXPERIENCED BUTCHER For rapidly growing meat market in the city of Saskatoon. BOX 141D STAR-PHOENIX 5-24-c REQUIRE MAN EMPLOYED IN CITY who is interested in living on small farm and doing light after hours work. Could rent Vt to party with sufficient operating capital. Located city limits. P.O. Box 1207. Saskatoon. 5-24-c LUMBER MANAGER The Craik Co-operative requires a qualified individual to operate the Lumber Department. Excel-1 lent opportunity for advancement. Housing available. Progressive salary range and a full benefit program is offered. Apply in writing to: PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT, FEDERATED CO-OPERATIVES LTD. P O. BOX 2002, REGINA, SASK. 5-24-c AN EXPERIENCED INDUSTRIAL and contractors equipment salesman required. Send full resume to P.O. Box 332, Saskatoon. m-6-17-c REQUIRED Junior Graduate Mechanical or Electrical Engineer for Industrial Mineral Plant In Saskatchewan. Will be second in command. Write Box 66 Edmonton, Alberta 5-24-c FIRST CLASS WELDER-FITTERS wanted. For right man $2 50 per hour and up. Apply to Saskatoon Iron Works Ltd. 640 Ave, N, So. 5-24-c FULLY QUALIFIED AND EXPERI-enced journeyman mechanic for country Ford and Massey dealership. Good knowledge of Ford parta desirable. Permanent position, top wages to right man. Must be able to supply references. State qualifications in first letter. Box 1667 Star-Phoenix. 5-24-c Lumberman We have two or three excellent opportunities for young mained men for management of mediumsized lumber yards in different location in Sask.. located close to good recreational facilities. Applicants should have minimum knowledge of selling nd merchandising of building supplies, paint and hardware Supervisory help will be given. Good starting salary, with profit sharing pUn. Modem company bousing supplied with very nominal rent A real challenge for aggressive young men. Interested m advancement with a progressive lumber company Good company benefits. Applications may be made to Mr. H. E. Lawson, NORTH AMERICAN LUMBER LIMITED, 514 Souris Ave., Weybum, Sask. ' 8-77-c TRADE SCHOOLS (MALE) 12a FREE CAREER KIT International Coi re-pondene Schools. 653-2560, Bob Carr, 48 Howell Ave., Saskatoon. MEN: WANTED TO TRAIN IN WELDING AND DIESEL TRADES Apply evre. Box 109D, gur-Phoenix xtf 12 TRADE SCHOOLS (MALE) 12a (CantiBved) IBM 360 COMPUTER Industry needs trained Keypunch: Tabulating and Computer Operators; Computer Programmers, Men or women nth grade 11 minimum, write for enroll nent information to Western Canada's Largest Data Processing School. McKay Technical Institute, Box 1670 Star-Phoenix. xtf DeVRY INST OF TECH. SUBSIDI-ary BeU Sc Howell. Toronto offer top training in electronics. G. R. Teece, Box 384, Saskatoon. 244-5618 xtf LEARN A PAYING TRADE MEN AND WOMEN Drafting, welding, auto., diesel heavy equipment, refrigeration, air-conditioning, electronics, radio, TV color, v commercial art, photography, IBM keypunch. Chicago Vocational Training Phone 244-5504 24 hrs. CANADIAN OWNED CANADIAN OPERATED FOR OVER 50 YEARS 5-37-C- AGENTS 12b $500 MONTHLY POSSIBLE, INTRO-ducing fast selling $2 49 item, beginning to sweep contln nt Write Crescent Industries, Sox 652, Windsor, Nova Scotia. 5-24-p FEMALE HELP WANTED 13 SALES LADY FOR NEW HOME manufacturer. Grade XII educauon. Must have own car and some experience m selling For interview call 374-6379. 5-23-0 SECRETARY-STENOGRAPHER, AiGE 30-45 required let June for Branch office of insurance company. Varied and interesting work. Salary dependent on experience. Usual fringe benefits. Pleat state age, manul status and past experience to Box 147D, Star-Phoenix 5-27-a WANTED MAID FOR MOTEL WORK. Must be willing to work weekends. Middleaged woman preferred Apply in person, (Eastview Motel. 6-23-0 MEDICAL ' SOCIAL WORKER Experienced BS.W. graduate re- quired for Medical Social Servi ces Dept, in 650 bed teaching ' ' with large out-patient aervice. Responsibilities include consultation with doctors, nurses and other para-medical staff and extensive community agency contact. This Is a challenging opportunity to develop and use diagnostic skills, techniques of crisis intervention, preventive casework and family therapy. Promotion to Departmental Director is a definite possibility for a satisfactory lucument In this position. Salary Is commensurate with qualifications and experience. Please submit detailed applications to: DR. E. G. WOODWARD. HAMILTON GENERAL HOSPITAL, BARTON ST., E.. HAMILTON. ONTARIO, 8-23-0 CASHIER - TYPIST - RECEPTION-ist, 37Va-hour week. Shorthand not necessary. Some bookkeeping experience. $250 per month. Apply Box 148D Star-Phoenix. 5-24-c WORLDS LARGEST COSMETIC Company has Immediate openings for energtaic women to earn excellent weekly income. Ph. 242-6208 or write Dist Mgr., 1031 Ave. L, north. Saskatoon. 5-28-0 EXPERIENCED DINING ROOM WAITRESS Required Immediately. Must be over 21 years of age. Excellent working conditions. Apply In person to the Imperial Room, K.G. Hotel. WAITRESSES WANTED. CALL IN person. 244-4178 5-25-c Shift Supervisor . Trainee for permanent full time position. Apply in person to Burger Baron 29. 1803 Idylwyld Drive, N. Evenings only. 5-25-c FULL TIME BARMAID wanted. Experience not necessary. Apply Sutherland Hotel. 374-8833. 5-23-c HAIRDRESSER WANTED IMMEDI-ately. Experience not necessary. Five day week, good working conditions. Write or phone Mrs. McDonald, The Style Centre, Swift Current, Sask. Phone 773-7678, h-23-e A & W DRIVE-IN NO. 3 1607 Idylwyld Drive Now accepting application, for the following positions: FULL TIME SALESGIRLS: 18 to 2l years of age. Abie to work six shift, per week. Pleasant personality and appearance. Permanent employment PART TIME CAIRHOP: 18 to 18 years of age. Abie to work three shifts per week. Pleasant personality and appearance. Personal Interviews By Appointment Only, Phone 652-3551 6-25-0 EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES AND dishwasher wanted. Apply Marigold Restaurant In person. 255 3rd Ave., south. d OFFICE CLERK FOR SMALL OF-fice, Age 20-25. Must have at least one year experience. Typing essential. Call 382-3277 between 3:30 and 5 p.m. 5-25-c WAITRESS, ALSO PART TIME short order cook Apply at Pennys Grill. 5-29-c HOUSEWIVES FOR CATALOGUING 12 hours weekly. Ph. 244-6211 m-6-5-p SHORT OF CASH? CHOOSE YOUR own hours selling Studio Girl cosmetics. These award winning cosmetics are fully guaranteed. Phone 244-4768 or write 30, 37th St., west. m-5-25-c HAIRSTYLIST Experienced, required immediately for Regina beauty salon, excellent working conditions, Apply Box J63D Stcr-Phoenix. 5-33-e EXPERIENCED WAITRESS WANTED for morning shift, $1.26 an hour. Queens Cate, SOS 1st Ave., South. 8&3-23II. 5-23-e STENOGRAPHER Required for large modem office in Saskatoon. To tip stock cards and learn order desk work. Shorthand la required. Excellent salary, working conditions and generous fringe benefits 8 day week. Apply In confidence to: Mrs. Browning Canada Manpower Centre, 150 Federal Building, Saskatoon. Saskatchewan. Phone: 852-250 L 8-38-e EXPERIENCED LADIES' WEAR salesgirl required for holiday relief work. Apply fashion Fur Company t$ EXPERIENCED SECRETARY, LEGAL expeienc preferred, salary accord-ihfications. Call for ap ing to qualifications pouitmeut 314-1114, 8-24-0 A Al i 8'AiAiS a x a xx-a a s- -A ae. a a. a. a -a-a e a. -a - ... . - -w-a. - ,Tl

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