Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada on November 8, 1971 · 23
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Extremists make gains BRUSSELS (Reuter) Belgium's extreme federalist parties made spectacular gains in the general election Sunday, but the Social Christian-Socialist coalition was certain to remain in power. - Most surprising was the performance of the two federalist parties, the Rassemblement : Wallon, representing Belgium's French-speaking community, and the Volksunie, which champions Flemish speakers. . The Rassemblement Wallon . took more than eight per cent of votes cast, a four-per-cent increase over 1968. The Volksunie showed more modest, but still significant gains, averaging M).5 per cent compared with 9.79 per ; cent, in laos. TENDERS (Continued DEATHS (Continued) the STAR-PHOENIX Saskatoon, Monday, November 8, 1971 23 NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS . In the Estate of Elizabeth Geekie. late of Saskatoon, in the Province of Saskatchewan, retired deceased. AU . claims against the above estate dulv verified by statutory declaration and , with particulars and valuation of , security held, if anv must be sent . to the undersigned before the 6th day of December. 1971. D. M. Splcer. . Administrator of Estates, Court House. ; Regina, Saskatchewan. 11-B-c-s NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING Notice la hereby given that the Annual Meeting of the Shareholders of the Saskachimo Exposition Limited will be held at the Administration Building. Saskachimo Grounds, at the City of Saskatoon, in the Province of ' Saskatchewan, on the eighteenth day ; of November A D. 1971 at three o'clock . in the afternoon. H. C. Thomas. President 11-9-c TENDERS TENDER Sealed tenders only will be received by the undersigned until 3:00 p.m on the 19th day of November. 1971 for' the harvesting of RIauber's salts at In?e-brigt Lake. (Fox Valley), Saskatchewan. A certified cheque In the amount of 12.000.00 (refundable) must accompany the tender. Detailed Information on the foregoing as well as general specifications and conditions of operation may be had by contractors on application. The tenders will be opened publicly In our office at Chaplin at 3:00 p.m. on the 19th day of November 1971. The name of the bidder will be announced iii eacu case, ana tne successful bid Saskatchewan Power Corporation TENDERS SEALED PROPOSALS wiU be receiv. f?v, VY -S5NEBAL CONTRACTORS ONL. LNTIL 12:00 NOON CST DECEMBER 21. 1971. FOR: PHASE II ELECTRICAL CONSTRUCTION at BOUNDARY DAM POWER STATION ESTEVAN SASKATCHEWAN Works to consist of. ai Supply and installation of lighting system. 4180 vol( cables 4S0 volt cables, cuntrol cables, cabletrav. cundult and miscellaneous pushbuttons and Junction boxes. bi Installation of eouipment including setting and alignment of transformers up to 153.5 MVA in size, melalclad switchgear. motor control centres, control desks and panels. ofJK SPECIFICATIONS. AND RELATED DOCUMENTS will be available on or about November 17. 1971. at the office of: The Purchasing Superintendent. Saskatchewan Power Corporation Victoria Avenue at Scarth Street, Regina. Saskatchewan. , A DEPOSIT in the amount of $50.00 is required for each set of specification documents requested. This deposit Is NON-REFUNDABLE. , COPIES of the specifications and related documents will be available for examination at the offices of the Regina. Saskatoon and Moose Jaw Construction Associations. The lowest or any proposal will not necessarily be accepted. 11-9-c -THE CITY OP CALGARY INVITATION TO TENDER The CITY OF CALGARY will receive tenders addressed to the City Commissioners on the firms supplied by the City and mailed or delivered to the office of the City Clerk so as to be received there up to 12:00 noon on miDAY. November 2(i. 1971 for the construction of BONNYBROOK SANITARY SEWER TRUNK PART 11 1971 to commence on Notice to Proceed from the City Engineer and to be completed by May 31, 1972. Copies of all documents, specifications and drawings making up the contract for this project may be obtained at the Office of the ( itv Engineer. 4th Hoor. Cilv Administration Building, upon deposit of cash or certified cheaue payable to the Cilv of Calgary in the amount of thirty dollars itso.Mi. If a leiiuercr nas previously furnished a written undertaking bv a chartered bank with a branch at Calgarv. Alberta to honour all enemies isKiieri hv tim tenderer in an amount equal to or Kicaier man ine neposit lor documents plus all other outstanding cheques issued b the tenderer and held bv the City of Calgarv the cheaue for a deposit on the documents need not be curuiiea. In order to ensure consideration of the Tender bv the City It must be accompanied either bv a certified cheque payable to The City of Calgarv for contract deposit of $20,000.00 or bv a Bid Bond which is in the form included n the Contract Documents or which Is In another form complying with all n uie requirements ot tne information to Tenderers and which Bid Bond names the Citv of Calgarv as Obligee and is for the same amount. Also to ensure consideration of the tender bv BEERLING THE DEATH OF Harry Edwin Becrling. son of Mr. and Mrs Ted Beerling of Coquit-lam. B.C.. occurred accidentally in Victoria. B.C. He was born October 9th. 1947 at Arelee. Sak. He died October !6th. 1971. Predeceased by a sister Betty. Surviving are: his parents; one brother, Stanley of Saskatoon: four sisters. Mrs. J. Lapp i Eileen) of Nanaimo. B.C.. Donna and Wendy of Coauitlam. B.C., Mrs. D Ross (Lynn) of Saskatoon. Tlie funeral service was held on November 1st from the chapel of Burquit-lam Mortuary. Interment was made in the Burquitlam Cemetery Coquit-lam. B.C. 11-9-c HALL THE DEATH OF E. ROBERT Hall, age 77 years, of the Veterans Home, Preston Avenue, occurred in a local hospital on November 5. 1971. The funeral service will be held on Tuesday. November 9. at 3.30 p.m. from the Chapel of the Saskatoon Funeral Homo, conducted bv Rev. John Prest. Mr. Hall was born in Norfolk. England. Coming to Canada before the First World War he toined the Canadian Armv Service Corps in December 1914 and served in England and France until his discharge In September 1918. He later served for a period with the R.C.A.F. Cadet Corps. Mr. Hall was emploved with the Canadian National Railway at Domremy and Warman and served at Osier from 1932 until his reliremenl in 1961. He had resided in Saskatoon for the past four vears and was a member of the Roval Canadian Legion Saskatoon Branch No. 63. A nenh-ew. Mr. R. J. Hall resides in Saskatoon Interment will take place in the Soldier's Field in Woodlawn Cemetery. Courtly parking smith of the Chapel on 4lh Avenue at 25th street 11-9-c , der. If any. will be notified wilhin ten t ,he ,c'lY each tender must be accom- days thereafter. The lowest or any other tender will not necessarily be accepted. 3. C. Mills. General Manager. Saskatchewan Minerals Sodium Sulphate Division, Chaplin. Saskatchewan. 11-10-c Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development National and Historic Parks Branch TENDER SALE OF BUFFALO MEAT Tenders are requested on the sale of approximately 110 .000 pounds of dressed buffalo meat located at Elk Island National Park. Alberta. Only tenders on the total pounds available will be considered. Sealed tenders marked as to content and addressed to the Contracts Administrator. National and Historic Parks Branch. Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development. Room 125 Customs Bldg,. Calgary, Alberta, will be received uj to: 3:00 p.m. (Mountain Standard Time) Thursday 25th November, 1971 Tender Document can be obtained from: The Contract Administrator, National and .Historic Parks Branch. Room 125 Custom Building. Calgary 21. Alberta. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. R. V. Mails, Regional Director. JMl-c TENDER Sealed tenders only will be received By the undersigned until 3:0ft p.m on the 19th day of November. 1971 for the harvesting of glauber's salts at Frederick Lake. (Bishopric). Saskatchewan. Aer""ra' cheque in the amount of R.OOO (refundable! must accompanv the tender. Detailed Information on the foregoing as well at general specifications and conditions of operation may be had by contractors on application. The tenders will be opened publlr-lv onr "'flee at Chaplin at 3:00 p.m. on the 19th day of November 1971. The name of the bidder will be annnuii: f.ch c,",."1 ,h successful ,ii Hr. J'.i"ny A"" u "tlned wilhin ten days thereafter. The lowest or any other tender will not necessarily be accepted. J. C. Mills. General Manager. Saskatchewan Minerals. Sodium Sulphate Division. Chaplin, Saskatchewan. 11-lOc panied bv a Consent of Snrptv to rum. Ish a surety bond in the form and ubstance. completed as required bv the contract documents and in an amount of flftv percent (50t) of the tendered contract consideration including nv allowance for contingencies or tor additional auantities. The work to be done consists of approximately: 1310 lineal feet of 98" neutral-axis diameter tunnel liner. H. S. SALES. CITY CLERK. 11-10-c ENGAGEMENTS la MRS. IRA MANN IS PLEASED TO announce the marriage of her eldest daughter, Inez Mann Davis. Ni-pawin Sask. to Fred Joseph Seme-sock, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. John Semesock. Vanguard. Sask. The marriage took place at St. Andrews College Chapel. Saskatoon, sask. Nov. 6 at 3:30 p.m. U-9-p DEATHS ANGUS THE DEATH OF CLAUDE A. Angus, age 65 years, of 2001 Spa-(luia Irene, tasl, well known Saskatoon businessman, occurred suuutiuy at his home uu November a. MM. 'Ihe funeral service will be held on 'luesuay. November 0. al 1.3V p.m. from the Chapel of the Saskatoon l unerai Home", conducted bv Rev. W. J. Phillips Keen. Surviving are: his wife. Irene: one daughter, June Angus, Saskatoon; one tun, Glen Angus. Fori St. John. B.C.: three stepchildren. Mrs. Penny Simon, Victoria. B.C.. Peter H. Coad and Wendy Load, both of Saskatoon; three grandchildren; three brothers. Howard Angus. Victoria. Lavton Angus. Harris. Sask. and Carman Angus. Victoria; three sisters. Mrs. W. Loraas (Grace) Victoria, Mrs. Llovd Oram (Dorothy!. Kimberlev. B.C. and Mrs. James Cameron (Beryl) Victoria. He was predeceased by his first wife Doris in 1957 and bv a son Gerald in 1937. Mr. Angus was born in Oxford. Nova Scotia. He came west in 1927 to Springwater. Sask. where he operated a general store. He moved to Aberdeen. Sask. in 1936 where he again engaged in the general store business. A veteran of the Second World War he served as adjutant with 421 Squadron R.C.A.F. In England. Holland. Belgium and France from 1940 to 1945. He was mentioned in despatch for distinguished service in the King's New Year's Honor List, In January 1945. Returning from overseas he was associated wilh Sample Bros, and Angus at Kerrobert from 1945 to 1953. Coming to Saskatoon 18 vears ago Mr. Angus served with Sterling Distributors from 1953 to 1950. Since 1957 he was associated with Hlcfcson and Morgan Electric Co. Ltd. where he had served as sales manaeer for a number of vears. A member of the Masonic Order he was a past master of KetTobert l odge No. 90. A.F. I- A M. Mr. Angus was a member of the Roval Canadian Legion end had served as president of the Kerrobert Branch In 1947 and as Zone Commander of Zone 3 Saskatchewan Command. Roval Canadian ' eeinn. Interment will take place In Hlllcnxit Memorial Gardens. (Courtesy parking area soulh of the Chapel on 4th Avenue at 25th Street). 11-8-c KEELER - THE DEATH OF MISS Hazel B. Keeler. B.A., M.A., R.N.. age 68 years, of 110 Cumberland Ave., north, widely recognized authority Ul tie field of Mllrinr td.,.1... and former Director of Nursing at o K,u,ciaiiy ui aaitaicnewan occurred at her homo on Nov. 7th, 1971. Ihe funeral servlrn U'Hl ha heM ,.n Wednesday morning. November lOlh at 11.00 a.m. from the chapel of the Saskatoon Funeral Home, conducted by Rev. Fred Davies. A graveside service will take place at the family plot in Eston Cemetery on Wednesday afternoon at 4.00 p.m Saskatoon time. i3.00 M.S.T.) Mein- uimi tnuiiies iurwaraea to tne Victorian Order of Nurses, co City Hospital. Saskatoon appreciated in lieu pf flowers. Surviving are: one sister. Mrs. Norman (Mary) McLean. Biek-leigh. Sask.; 2 brothers. Mort Keeler. Eston. Sask. and Frank Keeler, Mesa, Arizona; 3 nephews and 1 niece. Miss Keeler was born at Lang. Sask., the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Morton Keeler of Plato. Sask. She received her public and collegiate education In Saskatoon and graduated in Arts from the University of Saskatchewan in 1923 and the same year became principal of a two room public school at Brod-erick. Sask. Miss Keeler received her nursing degree from the Vancouver General Hospital in 1932 She served as Instructor and Ward Super-visor at Kootenay Lake General Hospital at Nelson. B.C. from 1933 to 19:14 and in 1935 she rt.i:pivi1 hr certificate in Teaching and Supervision of Schools in Nursing from McGDI University where she was awarded the Governor General's Medal. Miss Keeler served as Science Instructor at Vancouver Ceneral Hnc pital School of Nursing 1935-40: Clinical Instructor at University Hospital at Edmonton 194041; Director of Nurses at Women's College Hospital. Toronto usi-b. ane was tne Director of the School of Nursing Education at the University of Manitoba at Winnipeg from 1942 to 1948 where she organi zed me acnooi oi nursing &aucation. She was assistant professor of Nursing at the Universltv of Buffalo (mm 1948 to 1950. Miss Keeler served as Director of Nursing at the University of Saskatchewan from 1950 until her retirement in uw. sne served as the School of Nursing adviser for tlie Saskatchewan Registered Nurses Association from 1950 to 1954 and again in ivoi. Ane naa laxen an active part in the organization of the Cen tralized Lecture Program for the nursing students in Saskatchewan. Miss Keeler was an executive member of the Board of the Victorian Order of Nurses. She hud heen a director of the Beta Sigma Phi for many years 11-9-c Index to Classifications Acreage. Acreage Industrial ... 81 Agents i;b Articles For Sale 25 Articles Wanted 26 Auto Repairs & Accessories ... 73 -.. Autos & Trucks Wanted 72 ' Autos For Sale 71 Investments In Memonam Investment Properties Insurance M 4 S0A 6SA Listings Wanted 3 Livestock it Accessories .13 Loans Wanted u Lost Found a Lots Wanted 41 Lots For Sale 40 Babysitting 13c B C. Properties (3 Births 1 Bicycles : Motorcycles 28 aoard If Room . M Machinery & Rtpairs 30 Board 4 Room Wanted ........ 57 Male Help Wanted 12 Boats ft Accessories 28A Hale-Female Instruction ...... i9A Business Opportunities 61 Male Situations Wanted ........ 14 Business & prof. Directory ... 7 Miscellaneous -t Buildings 43A, Money to Loan Monuments Card of Thanks I Coins t Stamps 54A Crematoriums 7A Deaths e Detective Security Musical instruments 2JA Nursing Homes 23B Domest,c Help Wanted 13B Engagements ia Farm 'Lands For Salt 98 Farms Wanted St ,' Feed & Seed 33 Female Help Wanted is Female Situations Wanted ....'IS Financial u Florists 1 Forthcoming Marriages IB Funerals 1 Funeral Directors 7 25A 25B Painting ,, Personal .. 23A Pet Stock Furnishings Furniture Rentals , Oarages 4 Parking Gardening Garden Produce 21A 24 s? Plumbing 22A rouiiry a eggs 31 Real Estate 43 Roofing Eavestmughs 22 Rooms Furnished 53 Rooms Unfurnished 54 Rooms (Furnished It Unfurn.) , , S4A Rooms Wanted si Situations Wtd. (Male-Female) . 17 snowmobiles Accessories .... 70A oiures c unices 60 Storage Space 38 47 35A 34 Suites Furnished Suites Unfurnished Suites (Furnished-Unfurn.) Suites Wanted Summer Resorts Swap , Help Wanted (Male-Female) Hospital Personnel , Hotels Motels Houses For Rent (Furnished! .. 45 Houses For Rent (Unfurnished) 4 Houses For Sale 44 Houses Wanted 49 Teachers Wanted .... 18 Trade Schools ISA Trades fc Professions 8 Trailers Warehouse Space Weddings Winter Resorts ... 51 51 A 5IB 52 27 91 23 12A 21 n 42 1C 7A FUNERALS (Continued! PILGRIM THE FUNERAL SERVICE of Annie Pilgrim, who died on Nov. 3. 1671, was held from First Baptist Church on Saturday. Nov. 6 at 3 p.m.. conducted bv Rev. W. R. Wood. Honorary pallbearers were Doug Hopkins, Fred Seymour, Everett Young. Ken Rousell Fred Summach Jr.. Ray Summach. Ivan Smith, George Downey. Active pallbearers were six grandchildren of Mrs. PilgrimRay Cuff, Don Cuff, Earl Cuff. Wayne Robinson. Ron Robinson. Eddie Winder. Interment took place in Woodlawn Cemetery. Saskatoon Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. ' ii-8-c TAYLOR THE FUNERAL SERVICE of William Atkinson Tavlor, who dft-d on November 4 -1971 was held from McKaaue s Funeral Home on Saturday. Nov. 6. at 2 p.m., conducted by Rev. Fred Davies. Pallbearers were H. C. Castle. J. K. McDonald O. C. Sialgh. J. W. Setter W. Storev. -G. Crossman all members of Ihe Saskatoon Shrine Club. Interment was made in Woodlawn Cemetery. ' li-o-c LOST AND FOUND 10 LOST: RED PHOTO ALBUM CON-taming wedding pictures around Temperance and Cumberland. 343-6092. 11-12-c MALE HELP WANTED 12 EXPERIENCED BREAD AND PASTRY baker between ages 20-30 Excellent opportunity for the right person. Phone 783-6353 Prince Albert. n-i9-c WARRINGTON THE PASSING OF Arthur Gordon Warrington, age 88 yeans. 01 nza oin bireet, aasuatoon, m-i-iit-rfvt eiirlrtonlv el falfrac, Al. bena on Nov. 7. The funeral arrangements are nending Park Kit. neral Chapel will be in charge. Sur viving are: two aaugmers, Airs. Bert (Mabel) Batting of Trail, B.C., Mrs. Ted (Audrey) Gilroy of Saskatoon: two sons. Arthur of Calgary. Alberta and William of Vancouver, B.C.: one sLler. Mrs, George (Minnie) Coates of Leask. Sask.; also four great grandcJiildren and eight great grandchildren and one great, great grandson. Mr. Warrington was predeceas- eu Dy ms wite, tieiena, in 1903 ana by a daughter in 1915; also 4 brothers and 2 sisters predeceased him. Born in Weasie. England in 185. Mr. Warrington came to Canada in 1S04 and worked at Prince Albert and Saskatoon. He married Helena Ellen Hurd in 1908 and farmed at Kilwin-ning. Sask. and operated a store there. Mr. Warrington became manager of a lumber yard at Leask in 1920 and moved to Klnistino in 1928. In 1941 he Joined the Dept. of Mental Estates in Saskatoon and was with the department until 1953. He was with Boychuk Lumber Co. as an estimator until liis retirement In I960. Mr. Warrington was very actlva in communitv and church affairs in Leask and Kinistino. being on the school and church boards. Interment will be made in the Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. 11-9-c FUNERALS EPP THE FUNERAL SERVICE OF Mrs. Katharina Epp. who died on November 3. 1971. was held from the Hanlev Mennonite Church on Saturday. Nov. 8. at 3 p.m.. conducted bv Rev. H. Peters and Rev O. War-kentin. Pallbearers were Ernie Epp. llenrv Epp, Peter Epp. Elmer Fpp. Frank Epp Henry Kope. Interment was made in the Hanlev Mennonite Church Cemeterv. Park Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements. 11-9-c LANGEN THE FUNERAL SERVICE of Mr Wilhelm Stefan Langen who died on November 3. 1971. was held from St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church on Saturday. Nov. (. at 10 a m., conducted bv Rev. R. ,t. Mc-Nally. Pallbearers were Slegbert Langen Arnold Back. Bodo Dietrich. Wemer Henn. Herbert Pexa, Heinz Henn. Interment was made In the Roman Catholic Cemetery. Park Funeral Chapel was In charge of arrangements. 11-9-c MAGUIRE THE FUNERAL SERVICE of Mrs. Ethel R. Magulre who died on Nov. 4. 1971. was held from Grace-Westminster United Church on Salur-day. Nov. 6. at 1.30 p.m.. conducted by Rev. E. L. Bishop. Honorary pallbearers were Dr. J. W. T. Spinks Dr. A. Polisiuk. Dr. J. M. Campbell. Dr. H. S. Hav. Dr. H. L. Fowler. Mr. S. L. Robertson, Mr. W. A. Frlebel. Active pallbearers were Mr. M. A. East. Mr. G. G. Patrick. Mr. Henrv gees. QC Dr. L. D. Haselton. Mr. R M. N. Hinett. Mr F. R rhlhnlm Interment took place in the family pioi in nonniawn cemeterv. saskatoon Funeral Home was In charge of arrangements. 11-9-c IN MEMORIAM GODLIEN IN LOVING MEMORY of a dear son. Elmer, who passed awav Nov. 8th m7n. I think of him in silence. His name I oft recall. There is nothing left to answer. But his Picture on the wall As ever remembered by Mom and Dad. sisters Meryln and Claone and oroiner nanilQ ana famuies, M-9-p CANADIAN TRUCK MANUFACTURER Of Highway and Off Highway Trucks REQUIRES Shop and parts personnel. Sales Manager. New outlet in Saskatoon. Send resume to ' L. MORASCH. 819 46th Ave., S.E. Calgary 24. Alberta. ruuuv 440-401 TRADE SCHOOL (MALE) 12a BELL AND HOWELL SCHOOLS Le ry training fur iubs in Electronics TV. Radio, toiuiiiunicalions and Instrumentations. Box 35UB. Star-Phoenix. m-12-l-c AGENTS 12b GET THE FACTS! Grow with the leader! We sell Commercial. Industrial and Institutional accounts but do not sell to hemes. Travelling Is at a minimum, our men work "office hours" 5 days a week. No slack season any time of the year: The product, a basic commodity sold on ' a unique selling plan results in our men receiving highest commissions and repeat business from Hicc of their accounts. Full commissions , on all repeats. Local Manager ready to assist you. Full or part-time (to start). No cash Investment. Established 1945. Details from Bullseve Lighting Products Limited, Dundas, Ontario. s U--c NATIONAL HOUSEHOLD FIRM RE-a utres housewives (20 to 40) part time or full time. $1.75 per hour plus bonus. Phone 343-8833 for Interview. 11-29-c MATURE WOMAN TO HELP IN rest home. Live in preferred. 244- 4413. il-io-c WANTED: ATTRACTIVE YOUNG ladies to work as barmaids at the Sheraton Cavalier Hotel., Applv in person between 1 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. In the Tent-n-Tavern. 11-19-c WANTED HAIRDRESSER. APPLY 10 mrs neien wawryKowycn 841 112th St. or phone 443-9791 at North Battleford, Sask. 11-9-c FEMALE HELP WANTED 13 EXPERIENCED DINING ROOM waitress, banquet help and dishwasher. Callin person after 3 p.m. Marl- swu nesiaurant. ara Ave., south. ' tf DRUG CLERK Required for new modem drug store. Applicants must have retail sales experience. previous Salary commensurate with experience, plus staff benefits. ' Apply in person to: Mr. G. Cranston Super Save Drug Mart 133 2nd Ave., North Tuesday, Nov. 9 and Wed., Nov. 10, a.m. to ( n.m. ' ll-io-c LEPP IN LOVING AND GRATE- ii memory oi a aear nusoana, father and grandfather. Bill tW. H.) Lepp. who passed away November 8. 1970. He is with us always. Frances, Marlene and Julian, Beverly and Wilfred. Clarice and La-mont. Dale and Megan. Mark and Charlotte and the grandchildren. 11-9-c FINAN IN LOVING MEMORY OF our dear father and Grandpa. George Alexander, who passed away Nov 8. 1969. Dear father, now thy work Is o'er, Thy willing hands will toll no more. A loving father, kind and true. No one on earth we ll find like you. Always remembered by Don. Calhy and family; Howard. Shelley and family. 11-9-p PRYOR IN LOVING MEMORY OF a dear husband, father and grandfather. William A 1 Bill) Prvnr. who passed away November 8. 1970. A year has passed since that sad day When one we loved was called away, God took him home it was His will. Within our hearts he liveth still. Lovingly remembered and sadly missed by his wife, Irene and family. 11.9-c RAWLYCK IN LOVING MEMORY of our dear daughter who passed away Nov. 7, 1967. The depths of sorrow we cannot tell. Of the loss of one we loved so well. And while she sleeps a peaceful sleep. Her memory we. shall always keep. . Ever remembered by father, mo-ther and brothers 11-8-p THE STAR-PHOENIX HAS A SUPPLY of verses for your convenience In making up your "In Memorlam " III FUNERAL DIRECTORS McKAGUE'S , ' FUNERAL HOME M. McKague R. J. McKague D. A. ' Newblgglng Phone 242-1131 300 3rd Ave., 8. xtf SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME W. ARNOLD EDWARDS ROBERT F. DAURIE Ph. 244-5577 338 4lh Ave. N. xtf PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL ' Jack M. Blnkley Donald Somem 311 3rd. Ave.. No. Phone 244-2103 xtf WESTWOOD FUNERAL CHAPEL Ra J. Murdock Terry Michayluk Phone 653-3434 20th St. Ave. N. xtf 1M2-C MALE GROCERY CLERK WANTED !: ""!? Dasl8' MU5' be bond-able and willing to learn the gro-oery ,b.u,ilnes8' Lre rural town. Box 12j4X Star-Phoenix, ll-13-c SHOP FOREMAN for custom engine rebuilding, age 35 pr under. Should be a leader. Starting salary $740 per month guaranteed Location Calgary. Box 1252X Star-Phuenlx. 11-13-c THREE MEN REQUIRED TO SELL Rainbow Rexair. car required, salary and commission. 373-3033 11-9-c OUR OFFICE HAS OPENING FOR Independent, energetic, real estate salesman. Liberal commissions and future potential. Campbell and Hali-burton. 653-2714. n-t-C PHARMACIST Pharmacist wanted for independent pharmacy in Ontario. Position offers progressive salary commensurate with capabilities, and good prospects. Write D. S Archer, co Plaza "69" Pharmacy Sudbury, Ontario ll-14-c TAXI DRIVERS Required full orpart ime. male Phone 653-2775 or Apply wad urncc. Ill AGGRESSIVE SALESMAN PRESENT-ly In any field (not necessarily lumber) with ability to lead Uie field is offered a real opportunity in package home and building sales In various areas throughout Saskatchewan. Record of performance more essential than experience in this , particular field. For details and Interview contact Reliance Lumber Co, Ltd., Box 1240. Saskatoon. Sask. 11-9-c-s W.A!fJED. -.. EXPERIENCED BAR tender for downtown hotel. Full employee benefits. Above average income to right person. Reply to Bux 3oiB. Star-Phoenix ll-t-c BEECHY BOMBERS INTERMEDIATE ho,cll.elr clnn requires goalie for 3.1- (2 hockey season. When replying please slate age. experience, salary Sn(i ''S!1-065'' J- Scholanus 859-22U8. 8j9-2270. Beechy. il-12-c CARETAKER FOR COMMUNITY Clinic. Saskatoon. Duties include building and equipment maintenance. Must hold firemans certificate Interested parties contact administrator. 455 2nd Ave., north U-9-c CREMATORIUMS 7a PRAIRIE VIEW ' CHAPEL Memorial Cremation Services Highway 11 South 242-7884 Box 2061 Xtf START HERE CUP YOURSELF SOME dlOUEY Xfj. Pi"'" your own Classified Ad - ' cAUjT It's easy, usf print one word in each space "V AUTOMOTIVE MECHANIC Wanted soon as possible for dual-line long establislied Ford and Mercury dealership in Peace River Town. Alberta. Licensed man pre-ferred. but 3rd or 4Ui year apprentice considered. Must be between ages 22 and 40. 39-hour non-nal.Jal.e-.5!.J"dai' ,Bek guaranteed at 33.45 3rd year. 13.63 4lh year, and 3.8,V licensed, with some additional hours available when shop is busy. Small older type 2-bed-room unfurnished home with all conveniences for rent at IS3 month located adjacent shop. Dealership pension plan augments Federal Pension. Also available Alts. Health Plan. Group Hospital. Sickness. Lite insurance Plans. Eight paid statutory holidays and cleaned coveralls. Permanent position for right man with a moving allowance provided. Reply own handwriting giving: Age. marital status, experience. Names and addresses last i employeers. Earliest date available. Home phone number to: Manager, Riyerdrlv- Motors, Peace River. Alberta. 11-10-c Experienced Waitresses Wanted bv City Hotel, coffee shop and minim room. Musi oe neat in appear ance. pleasant disposition. bondaWe between the ages of 19-30. None others ecu ppiy. Appiy in person to m ager or Assistant Manager. King George Hotel. 11-12-c HELP WTD. Male, Female It I f Continued 1 TEACHERS 2) REQUIRED A COOK FOR THE Neilburg and District Union Hospital. Modern 12 bed hospital with living accommodation in hospital. Please state salary expected and experience. For further Information phone or write the Matron Mrs. L Rutherford. Neilburg. Sask. ll-c CARETAKER REQUIRED FOR J and 24 suite block. December 1st. Live in. Dial Agencies 343-1648. 11-10-e APPLICATIONS ARE INVITED for the position of Secretary-Treasurer for the R.M. of Mariposa No. 350 at Broadacres Sask. Please state age marital status, experience. Qualifications and salary expected. Duties to commence on January 2 1972. Municipal residence available. Applications will be received until 4 p.m. (M.S.T.) Wednesday November 10. 1971 and will be considered at that time. D. C. McBURNEY, SEC.-TrtEAS.. R.M. OF MARIPOSA NO. 350. BROADACRES, SASKATCHEWAN. 11-9-C HOSPITAL PERSONNEL 16a R.N. OR R.P.N. FOR HEAD NURSE position. Available immediately in local nursing home. Box 347B Star-Phoenix. u.9.p One Registered Nurse for gsneral flutv in a small accredited hospital. Salaries in accordance with S.H.A. Apply to: THE AlwiSTtuTOn ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL, MACKLIN, SASK. 11-9-c DtTORRE0U,mED F0R BORDEN union Hospital. A good opportunity for your own practice. Located 30 miles from Saskatoon on Highway No. 5. Brand new doctor's residence, working conditions excellent. If interested, contact: Mr. T. L. Ferris. Borden, Sask. 11-9-c-s MALE-FEMALE 1NSTRUC. la NEED EXTRA MONEY? Learn to teach professional makeup secrets, have fun and make as much money as you desire. Need immediate help in presenting magnificent Christmas gift line. Full or part time. 242-6330 or K33-5796. Vlviane Wood-ard Cosmetics Lid., subsidiary of General Foods Limited. 11-13-e R.N. OR R.P.N, FOR HEAD NURSE position. Available Immediately, in local nursing home. Box 347B' Star-Phoenix. 11-9-p MAKE EASY $$$ Easy to sell Panty Hose Also socks "r the entire famUy. tights, briefs and bikini panties, etc. Free Instructions and color catalogue. Write today: ... .lESLOJJ HOSIERY LTD. 10383 Hebert St.. Montreal North 459. Quebec. m-12-2-c WANTED: UNWED live in. 542-9704. - MOTHER TO 11-10-c WANTED: EXPERIENCED HAIR-dresser with clientele. Apply 36OB. Star-Phoenix. 11-9-c EXPERIENCED HAIR STYLISTS. Must have clientele. Guaranteed 3100 per week plus 36. Box 369B Star-Phoenix. 11-13-c QUALIFIED LADY BARBER TO Operate barber shop. Good business opportunity on busy street. Box 371 B. Star-Phoenix. IMS-c LADIES WEAR SALES PERSON RE-quired Experience desirable but not essential. Must have references. Apply Fashion Fur Co tf SASKATOON FIRM REQUIRES Experienced woman for fabric sales department. Good future and steady employment Box 1259X. Star-Phoenix 11-9-c LARGE CITY COMPANY NEEDS Experienced cashier. Steady employment. Apply Box 1238X. Star-Phoenix. ll-8-c AVnV filHTfl PAD -r,eTTw . -' ' ' , i vnioi.wAa ahe,: m Kite a joy 10 receive. n even greater Joy to sell For full information call: Mrs. Rolne, 242-6296. Ter: Poplar Cres. Coy Ave. and Buena Vista area. 11-12-c DOMESTIC HELP 13b MATURE WOMAN TO HOUSEKEEP for older couple from December 22nd to February 7th. Live In nice private suite with private bath and telephone. Apply between I and 8 P.m. 632-8;i or 373-1570. 11-10-c MATURE WOMAN TO LOOK AFTER semi-invalid woman. Sleep In. good h!'.'.,!,en.ood 'es. 1145 month. 8J3-3350 or 374-4520, 11-13-c WANTED: LIVE-IN BABYSITTER with LHK duties. 382-7377. 11-12-c BABYSITTING 13c PETER PAN KIDDIE CENTRE. 813 oruaoway. uay cara for cllUdren. 242- 939. xtf WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME. 3 years and over. East HU1, 33-3t63. 11-9-p WILL BABYSIT IN MY OWN HOME. Phone 242-0032. n-9-c NURSERY SCHOOL. MON. - FRI.. I f in. - e p.m. Age z-a. Handicrafts. Registered Nurse in attendance. Hourly, weekly rales. 374-3S04. li-9-c WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME. North Park area. Phone S33-3S33. 11-10-c TEACHER WOULD LIKE TO BABY-sit in own home. Wesivlew district. 382-7106. 11-iO-c MATURE LADY WANTED TO COME In Mun.-Fri Avaion area. 653-5ik)I after e p.m. n-a-c BABYSITTER REQUIRED IMMEDI-ately. Monday-Friday. 8 a.m. 4 p.m. some days, i p.m. p.m, others City Park. 633-1584. 11-9-c AD COST - HERE No. of Per 6 ; ' Words Day Days ' 12 .75 375 18 1.08 ' 5.40 . 24 ,1.44 7.20 ; 30 1.80 9.00 ll A I ... . I 73 cents for 12 words. Each additional word 6 cents. Ads runs six con-secutive days for the price of five. oKu..,i7i. i, runniiMuun vuuiu as pari oi ine aa, initials, abbreviations, figures in groups ot five or less count as one word. (Phone numbers two words). NAME ADDRESS PHONE Please insert my ad for .; consecutive days. Enclosed is $.. INDUSTRIAL - SALES Premier Fastener Company leader In the Industrial maintenance products has an Immediate opening in Saskatoon and surrounding area for an ambitious sales representative with a desire for high income earnings In an established productive territory We prefer a man with successful sales experience selling industrial accounts or one who can sell ideas and quality. Repeat sales. Exceptional Income based on commission. Management opportunity. ." f;ou. ,rt '"""mi- for the oppor. tunlty for building your career with one of the country's, fastest growth companies, with scope for self-expression: Call Collect (Station lo Station) Tuesday. Nor, 9. 10 a m, . 7 p.m. Saul Shram 306 l 855-6770 or send resume In confidence to Box 1S41X. atar-Phoenlx. . ll-t-c EXP. POWER LINEMEN Required by Calgary based construe, lion company tor work in Alberta Salary coiiimensurite with experience and full company benefits available. Phone calgary 1-272-2231, n--c r MAIL TO: Classified Ads, Star-Phoenix, 204 5th Ave., North, Saskatoon ' IHft ' i mmm ' II tor Salesman, over "" 1 11 ' ., I ' Independent. Blggar REQUIRE IMMEDIATELY: QUAl.t ..m mr.t vwiier. nmie age. experience Apply Box 373B Star-Hoenlx. . LLi?i EXPERIENCED WAITER FOR HY'S Menk lluiise. Apply in person to manager between 12-2 pm or 6-8 P.m. 11-13-c OUND PRINTER" p experience. Pre- experience, nr edi- 2.v Apply The 948-D344. 11-13-c WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME. 300 block Ave. X. No. 3S2-0720 6-li-c CLASSES FORMING 1COMPUTERS! Programming, OperaHn IBM KEYPUNCH , NCR MACHINE ACCOUNTING DRAFTING Structural, Mcch.. Architectural McKAY TECH Box 1050X, Star-Phoenix tf HiSinSP"S,,AT"0S'li;t'A.s '""f,1. "ege 2232 l'.th Ave.. Regina If TRADES & PROFESSIONS 21 PREVENT UNEXPECTED FIRES From Faulty Chimney! THE CHIMNEY SPECIALISTS Now ABSOLUTE BUILDERS Phone 242-2912 . Saskatoon. 'Sask. m-ii-is-c TERRA CEMENT SERVICE LTD. X..rv i """" aiaewams, resi-denllal and commercial floors base-ment repair. 242-2398. ' TREE SERVICE. TRIMMING PRUN-ing removal. Hogge. 343-0444. . m-ll-16-crl VACUUM HOSES REPAIRED, tl.50. free pick-up and delivery. 242-0266. tf "K?,,?1'61'15- 1301 AVE. J. N. 2??2?t xtf TEXTURED CEILINGS. SPECIALTY drywalling, plaster repairs. 244-3348 . xtf WE,STi. MASONRY CONTRACTORS, blocks, bricks, basements, plaster, stone fireplaces. City, rural. 381-3233. xtf MARTIN'S CONCRETE CONTRACT-lng. Phone 382-0737. xtf UNGER PAVING: PAVE DRIVEWAYS and resurfacing. 632-2119. m-ll-15-c REMODELLING RUMPUS ROOMS, garages, concrete work. 244-5348. xtf MEAT CUT AND WRAPPED PRO-fesslonaily. 633-4469. m-ll-29c- FNo?0nN CONSTRUCTION LTD" 34-9669. Fiberglass swimming pools, bouse additions, garages, remodel. xtf BELL'S CABINETS Kit. cabinets, dividers, store fixtures. Days 632-2968, evening (32-4978 ni-ll-12-c INSULATION, ROOFING. EAVES-Iroughing, cement work, painting chimneys. Repairs of any kind. Guaranteed work. Free estimates. Absolute Builders 242-2912. xtf SOIL. TREE. GARBAGE REMOVAL. Hagan. 242-8336, meal-time. xtf City Carpet Cleaning Co. Established 1918. 105 Ave. E. So. Rugs Upholstery, Reweavlng 242-2048 xtf WALL WASHING SERVICE: RUGS and furniture cleaned. 373-3331. xtf DIRTY RUGS? DIRTY RUGS? FOR A deep clean new dry foam method. Try us. We can rejuvenate your rug in the morning. It will be ready for use in the afternoon. Free estimate, all work guaranteed. Call Glamor Rug Cleaners. Phone 343-0755 days. Evenings 382-5698, 343-1504. m-ll-10-c GILBERT AVn M4HTTV . CONCRETE CONTRACTING - 632-3283. xtf BACKHOE. TRENCHING. DIGGING etc.. also contracting on buildings. '-M88- m-ll-13-c GARAGES. RECREATION ROOMS, renovations to your specifications at lowest prices. J. H. Enterprises Ltd.. 6J2-5322. m-ll-19-c ABLE CONSTRUCTION. NEW AND repairs of all types, guaranteed work, free estimates. 242-0919. m-U-20-c BORDERLAND SCHOOL UNIT NO. 4 WOOD MOUNTAIN SCHOOL French teacher required for Division III and IV. Other subjects bv arrangement. Duties lo commence January 4, 1972. Apply in writing giving particulars and telephone number to: T W. EDWARDS. SECRETARY TREASURER. BORDERLAND SCHOOL UNIT NO. 4. ROCKGLEN. SASKATCHEWAN. ll-15-e PROFESSIONAL NURSING CARE FOR elderly and disabled in licensed private nursing home. Non-smoking, non-drinker. For more particulars call 343-7237. 11-13-c HERBERT SCHOOL UNIT NO. 23 Invites applications from qualified teachers for the following position, duties tu commence December 6, 1971. NORFOLK HUTTERITE COLONY ' One teacher for Grades 1 ' 8. U subjecU except German. Colony Is located 6 miles from Hodjfeville. Saskatchewan. Apply in writing giving full particulars on qualifications, experience, references age. marital status and phone number to: JACK STRONACH. SECRETARY-TREASURER. HERBERT. SASKATCHEWAN. PHONE: 784-2433. 11-10-c KINDERGARTEN TEACHER WANT-ed for afternoon class. Submit written applications stating age. quali-'!" Ions, references to Mrs J. While. 1030 Ave. L. S. 11-9-c Special Room Teacher The Municipal Corporation of Uranium City and District invites applications from teachers to teach a class of 10 s!0W,Jle.arnera- 7-11. Teachers should have training and experience at the primary level andor special training in the language arts, must also have keen interest tn working with children of low ability. Salary commensurate with training and experience. Maximum 313.620 Apply In writing stating qualifications, references and phone number, to Robert A. Adams, Box 366 Uranium Citv. . 11-13-c HERBERT SCHOOL UNIT NO. 23 invites applications from qualified teachers for the following positions, ' duties to commence , as soon as possible. HODGEVILLE HIGH SCHOOL One teacher for Physics. Chemistry and Modern Science. Grades 9-12. One teacher for French. Grades ' 7-12 and Composition, Grade t. Apply In writing giving full particulars on qualifications, experience, references, age. marital status and phone number to: .Tack Stronsch. Secretary-Treasurer. Herbert. Saskatchewan. Phone 784-2433 11-15-e DAVIDSON . SCHOOL UNIT NO. 31 Requires the services of one teacher to teach at Kenaston. Grade One -12 students and Grade Two 10 students. Duties to commence January 3, 1972. Please apply giving phone number, experience, certificate held and references including the name of last superintendent. O. D. REIMAN SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS DAVIDSON SCHOOL UNIT NO. 31. DAVIDSON. SASK. U-9-C-I DETECTIVE SECURITY 23a FLAMAN DETECTIVE SECURITY Agency. 343-8979. P.O. Box 362. Saskatoon. Specializing in divorce work. Licensed in accordance with Dep't of Attorney Gen. of Saskatchewan. xtt NURSING HOMES 23B SHERBROOKE NURSING HOME Acadia Drive and 14th St 374-6691. xtf LICENSED SPECIAL CARE HOME. Good meals. Reasonable. 242-2631. , m-ll-9-e COMPLETE PERSONAL HOME CARE for elderly ladies in licenced home. 3S2-2263. 11-13-tr VACANCY IN APPROVED SPECIAL care home for elderly man or lady. 244-5346. , n-u-c PERSONAL 24 GUNS FOR RENT Shotguns and rifle rentals. Phone 214- 662? ni-12-9 c WALL WASHING SERVICE. RUGS and furniture cleaned. 373-3331. xtf HOUSEHOLD MOVING 16 PER HR, 242-1077. tj SEWING. ALTERATIONS FORMAI.S. etc. Reasonable, experienced. 652-6mi. m-U-S-e FOR THE BEST IN VARIETY MUSIC for all dancing occasions call The "Barons" 382-4808. 374-8154. M-30 p THE WESOLOWSKI FAMILY. VERSA-tile music for all occasions. 373-1332 . m-ll-9-p . INSULATION Save fuel, dollars. Insulate now. Be prepared for cold months ahead. Absolute Builders. 242-2912. m-U-27-c SPRAY TEXTURE CEILINGS IN THE iii or country, neasonabie before Christmas. 652-0800, m-ll-29-p WFSTSIDE PAINTING AND PAPER ,? a0IB street. 244-0951. 244-61169. m-12-3-c CHANGE THE APPEARANCE OF uijr iiviiigropm or ironi entrance hallway by having a feature wall decorated with a Spanish texture SV'r existing walls. Free estimates. 242-4624 George. m-12-4-n REPAIRS: TV. TAPE RECORDERS. irmiBiMoni. reouuts picture tubes. Reasonable rates 242-0131. m-12-c WANTED: RELIABLE BABYSITTER with some housekeeping duties. Immediately, uvu in. Weekends off. 242-4147 t-i p.m. ll-10-c MALE SITS. WANTED U WOULD LIKE JANITOR OR OFFICE cleaning work. Experienced. Box 1246X, Slar-Plmenlx n-9-p MIDDI.K.-AGE MAN WOULD LIKE painting Jobs or caretaklng, etc. Phon242 s394. 11-9-p WANT HOUSEWORK BY THE HOUR Phone 632-9732. u-t-p SPECIAL t lbs. dry cleaning only I2.2J at Cut Rate Coin Cleaners. Open 9 a.m. -8 p m, daily. 918 Broadway. Phone 652-7709 ll-30-c GOOD ORCllESTRA WEDDING banquets, etc. 343-0438: 343-9U93. xtf MINUS .1 SOCIAL CLUB FOR widowed, divorced, separated. Call 244-5SI9. P.O. Box 2025. S'tn. tf BEER AND SOFT DRINK BOTTLE pick up senlte. 244-6634. i f Trusses, Surgical Supports Elastic hosiery for ladles or men. Kttied by experienced filters, FINDER'S DRUG STORE Cor. 3lsl St. and 2nd Ave. Soulh . Xtf MARRIOTT'S FLOWERS. 112 2M1 Ave. N. Fresh cut flowers, funeral tributes, wedding bouauets and flowering plants. Phone 242-3300. PAINTING 21a , STAN t.. HILDEBRANDT Psiniing and pecorating 653-1197 m-ll-15-c GERMS' PAINTING. DECORATING Interior, exterior and paper hanging Guaranteed workmanship. 244-0591. xtf NICK'S PAINTING. INTERIOR. Exterior painting and paper hanging. Reas. rates, fret est. 382-4636. m-U-20-c FEMALE SITS. WANTED IS EXPERIENCED WOMAN DESIRES house cleaning. Preferably i cor-Hers vicinity. 242-0687 11-9-p WILL TYPE ESSAYS. MANUSCRIPTS reasonable prices. Phone 3S3-1530 after 6 p.nv 119 p HELP WTD. Male. Female 16 GUARANTEED INCOME FOR Demonstrating home appliances by appointment car required. 373-3033. . n-t-e HELP WANTED: GENERAL ADVER- u-ius lavoui ana marxup man or woman for newspaper. Phone col-lect 604-782-4S&8 11-10-c FULL OR PART TIME Wanted: 100 farmer salesmen, sales-ladles. Now German Rota-drvcr. High earnings for fall and winter months. Write for demonstrator, FRKSTOLAN CO. LTD., 2H VICTORIA AVE , 11-12-C PAINTING, ANY TYPE, REASON-able rates. Free quotations, 3S2-2203. m-13-l-p EXPERIENCED PAINTER. EXTER-lor. Interior, also wallpapering. Clean workmanship. Guaranteed. 242-4930. xtf FOR PAINTING AND DECORATING city, country. Call Upper. 242-9174. xit POPOFF PAINTING INTERIOR Exterior. ' Phone 242-3767 m-ll-16-c ROOFING, EAVESTROUGHS 22 ROOFING, EAVESTROUGHS 22 (Continued! Saskatoon Eavestroughing Free estimates. Guaranteed Job. Call Mike. 3S2-6303 xif ABLE CONSTRUCTION. Ro"oFINO and esveatroughlng. New and repairs of all types. Guaranteed. Free estimates. 242-0919. m-ll-20-c STANLEY HOME PRODUCTS. Dealership Information. Free delivery 2Su3 Clarence Ave. 343-7197. xtf WILL HALL JUNK AND CLEAN yards. Phone 653-2126. m-ll-25-c ADULT BOOKS No one under 18 admitted. 237, 20th St., W. m-ll-9-c VISIT HOLLYWOOD LADIES WEAR. Wedding gowns. fortnaK. dresses, fashions for the young Miss. Downstairs in the York Building. 138 2nd Ave' N. m-U-13-c WILL SEW FOR YOU. DRESSMAK ing pant suits, formats. Alterations. 3S2-6330. m-ll-15-e THE NEW MAJORITY . VERSATILE MUSIC. ALL DANCING OCCASIONS. 3S2-47I3 m-11-20 a WHAT COULD REQUIRE MORE personal attention than vour winter holiday plans- Call Marv Patrick 343-1621 International Travel. m-lt-JI-e COSMETICS HOLIDAY MAGIC 4t' off Phone 242-5339. ll-17-c HALL RENTAL FOR ALL OCCASIONS Jerry. 242-8331. m-ll-13-o VERY LOW COST. HOUSEHOLD moving dons anytime. 653-0924. m-ll-!7-e READ CARDS IN MY HOME PH. 653-23U for appointment. m-12-2 p SASKATOON COIN AND STAMP Centre now al new location. Ji A. 23rd St, E. 242-4611 mil PLUMBING 22a FOR PLUMBING. REPAIRING AND service, call Ed, 344 0047 anytime. xtf PLUMBING, pairs. Bill, NEW JOBS 382-7201. OR RE- i m-12-ic 1 "Winter Moving Rates" T; B.C.. Alberta. Prairies. Ont, Phone 632-7960. 11-10-p FURNITURE MOVING. BIO OR mall parcel delivery. Reasonable rules Call Saskatoon Courier Scr-vice. 242-3134, m-12 e GOOD , NURSING CARE FOR TWO elderls; people. Available November 13 32-4t93. 11-13-c CUTTING AND WRAPPING WII.D game. 631-3592 , 633-4063. 11-2J p lit

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