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the STAB-PHOENIX Saskatoon, Tuesday, November 9, 1971 35 Early start Skiers get an early taste of winter Sunday on Crouse Mountain in North Vancouver. The season opened four weeks ahead of schedule with 23 inches of snow on the slopes of the 4,200-foot mountain. Direct rule for Ulster rejected by Faulkner British Home Secretary Re- Faulkner flew to London last ginald Maudl'ing is believed week to talk to Wilson, appar-ready to visit Northern Ireland ently in an effort to prevent a . ..... . and consider possible changes if breakdown in the bipartisan ap- Prime Minister Brian Faulkner the situation does not improve proach taken to the Ulster crisis says any move to impose direct quickly. - by the Westminister govern Faulkner later told a political ment for more than two years, rally in Ulster the IRA is suffer- Wilson, who first sent troops mg severe organizational diffi- t0 the North in 1969 during his ...... . cu tles ,s are?u,J stepped- term as prime minister, is said said to be deeply concerned up security efforts by more than t0 be considering recommenda-over widespread reports that 13 000 British troops in the area. tions for new initiatives ranging the British government is consi- In another TV interview in from a complete withdrawal of dering tightening Us hold over Belfast Faulkner said he is op- the troops to imposition of di-the Stormont, the Northern Ire- timistic that Northern Ireland is rect n,ie land Parliament. nearing the end of violence. Faulkner said on British tele- Adding urgency to Faulkners vision Monday the only hope of latest efforts is an increasing defeating the clandestine Irish fear in the North that Britains Republican Army in Ulster lies Opposition Labor party is seri- in maintaining the Northern Ire' land Parliament. "We have a political system established by an act of the British Parliament and this must be preserved at all costs," he added. India , Pakistan exchange fire Dy The Associated Press border between East Pakistan A Pakistan army source said and Indias Tripura State. Pakistani troops killed 48 Indian The claim followed Indian soldiers and wounded 80 Mon- charges that Pakistani troops day in renewed fighting on the fired artillery Friday into the Indian village of Kamalpur, Amcliitka scene of heavy fighting earlier in the week. Mondays fighting occurred in the Belonla Bulge area in the southeastern sector of East Pakistan, the army source in Dacca said. He said the Indians fired 1,150 artillery shells into 18 villages. 1 I The clash began when three lini11tlPlPfl companies of Indian agents" 11U111IIU1 and soldiers tried to force their way into the Belonia Bulge after AMCHITKA ISLAND, Alaska over-running a Pakistan army (AP) High winds and fog patrol, the source said. He hampered further reconaissance added that four Pakistanis were of the area of the Cannikin nu- wounded before, the Indians clear blast Monday, the Atomic "were thrown back." Energy Commission said. An Indian government spokes- A storm was moving into the man In New Delhi said the Pak-area with 40-mlle-an-hour winds istanl artillery barrage Friday and rain and could halt further at Kamalpur, a northeastern surveys for two days or more, border village in Tripura state, an AEC spokesman said. was followed by a small-arms Henry Vermillion, public af- attack v fairs officer for the AEC, said Indiun forces returned the collapse of the underground lire, he said, and one Pakistani cavity formed by the five-mega- soldier was killed. Indian ca ton nuclear blast Saturday was ualties were not reported, apparent on the surface Mon- Pakistani and Indian forces day. battled for 24 hours last week He said the small aftershocks along the border in what gov-in the immediate area of the ernment spokesmen described mile-deep shaft ceased as the as the first military action of its collapse reached the surface. type in the current crisis be-The heat and force of the ex- tween the two natlon8 plosion pressured the molten The spokesman again denied rock into a large underground that Indian troops crossed the cavern which begun to cave in border during that skirmish or as the muterlnl cooled. In the latest one. The size of the dish-like cavity "Our forces have instructions on the surface was not known not to cross the border, and in since poor weather prevented no instance have they crossed aeripl surveys, Vermillion said, the border," he said. ously considering recommend ing fundamental policy changes in Ulster, Labor Leader Harold Wilson plans to visit Belfast next week to talk to government and Oppo- sition leaders. CP Wlrephoto Star-Phoenix Want Ad Rates: Six Cents Per Word Per Day Six Consecutive Insertions lor the Price of Five Minimum Count 12 words Minimum Charge 75c Per Day Classified Display is charged at 93.78 per single column inch Where 10 point or large type is desired by the advertiser for the com- Side advertisement the rate per word ' 12c per day. Minimum count 12 words, minimum daily charge 61.50. Figures in groups of five or less, dollar marks, initial letters, etc., count as one word. Where one line is set in 10 point and the balance set in ordinary classified 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 are to be mailed to out-of-town points, please add 10 cents to cover cost of postage. Willie 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 fur error after the first insertion. NOTICES Births $2.50. Forthcoming Marriagefl. In-Memoniims, Engagements. Cards of Thanks. Weddings, etc., rates $3.00 for insertion of iO lines or less, extra line of live words 30c per line. Semi-Displays Accepted 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon daily Monday to Friday for publication following day (except holidays) Deadlines for continues, cancellation or correction of Want Ads 0:00 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. WORD ADS ACCEPTED Up to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday for following days publication, (except holidays) Display Advertising SCHEDULE OP COP-fr 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 3:00 p.m. for Tuesday and Wednesday publication. AH of the above times on a "copy In hand basis allow time for copy pick-up and preparation. CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAY, SUNDAYS WANT AD PHONE 653-2100 MAIL SUBSCRIPTIONS RATES IN SASKATCHEWAN 1 year 830.no 8 ill un His 818.00 3 month. 8100 1 month ... . 8 8.50 By mall or loiter carrier walks Sal. only In Saskatchewan 87.50 per yr, By carrier 60 Cento Per Week In Saskatoon 1 year 840.00 To All Ollier Provinces and Countries Outside Canada 1 month 8 00 1 year 840.00 Sat. only outside Saskatchewan 312.00 per year Living in fear ROME (AP) Many Romans falsified their census returns in an apparent fear of the tax collector and as a result the controversial survey may be statistically meaningless, an official said Monday. Paolo Cavallina, city councilman in charge of the registry, said first returns from the census gave the impression that only a few people have bathrooms in their homes, nobody has two bathrooms, and almost everybody moves around not in cars but on foot." NOTICES NOTICE In the Estate o( DAVID HIBBS. late of the City of Saskatoon, in the Province of Saskatchewan retired, deceased. All claims against the above estate duly verified by statutory declaration ana with particulars and valuation of security held. If any. must be sent to the undersigned on or before the 3rd day of December, 1971. BARR k MORGAN. 1757 Scarth Street. Solicitors for the Executor. U-lO-c-s NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Estate of Frederick Jesse MASON, late of the City of Saskatoon, in the Province of Saskatchewan, Accountant. 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 on or before the 13th day of December, A.D. 1971. E. C. BURLINGHAM Barrister and Solicitor 1043 8th Street; East SASKATOON. Saskatchewan Solicitor for the Executrix CONSTANCE MAY MASON 11-10-c-l 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 glaubers salts at Inge-brigt Lake, (Fox Valley), Saskatche wan. A certified cheque In the amount of $2,000.00 (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 9:00 p.m. on the 19th day of November. 1971. The name of the bidder will be announced in each case, and the successful bidder. if any. will be notified within ten days thereafter. The lowest or any other tender will not necessarily be accepted. J. C. Mills. General Manager, 1 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 tiie total pouuds 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 Bid?.. Calgary. Alberta, will be received up to; 3:00 p.m. (Mountain Standard Time) Thursday 25th November, 1971 Tender Documents can be obtained from: The Contracts Administrator, National and Historic Parks Branch. Room 125 Customs Building, Calgary 21. Alberta. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. R. Mails. Regional Director. 11-U-c TENDER Sealed tenders only will be received bv the undersigned until 3:00 p.m. on the 16th day of November. 1971 for the harvesting of glaubera salts at Frederick Lake. (Bishopric), Saskatchewan. A certified cheque In the amount of $2,000 (refundable) must accompany the tender. Detailed information on the foregoing as well as general specifications and conditions of operation mav 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 In each case, and the successful bidder, if any. will be notified within ten days thereafter. The lowest or any other tender will not necessarily be accepted. J. C. Mills. General Manager. Saskatchewan Minerals. Sodium Sulphate Division, ChapUn, Saskatchewan. 11-10-C THE CITY OF CALGARY INVITATION TO TENDER The CITY OF CALCARY will receive tenders addressed to the City Commissioners on the firms supplied by the Citv and mailed or delivered to the office of the City Clerk so as to be received there up to 12:00 noon on FRIDAY. November 26. 1971 for the construction of BONNYBROOK SANITARY SEWER TRUNK PART II 1971 to commence bn Notice to Proceed from the Citv Engineer and to be completed by May 31, 1972. Copies of all documents, specifications and drawings making up the contract for tills project mav be obtained at the Office of the Citv Engineer. 4th Floor. City Administration Building, upon deposit of cash or certified cheque payable to the Citv of Calgary in the amount of thirty dollars ($30.00). If a tenderer has previously furnished a written undertaking bv a chartered bank with a branch at Calgarv, Alberta to honour all cheques issued by tiie tenderer In an amount equal to or greater than the deposit for documents plus all other outstanding cheques issued bv the tenderer and held bv the Citv of Calgarv the cheque for a deposit on Uie documents need not be certified. In order to ensure consideration of the Tender bv the city it must be accompanied either bv a certified cheaue pavable to The City of Calgarv for a contract deposit of 820, 000. 00 or bv a Bid Bond which is in the form included in the Contract Documents or which is in another form complying with all jf the requirements of the Information to Tenderers and which Hid Bond names the City of Calgarv as Obligee and Is for the same amount. Also to ensure consideration of the tender bv the Citv each tender must be accompanied bv a Consent of Suretv to furnish a suretv bond In the form and substance, completed as required bv the contract documents and in an amount of flftv percent (SO'T) of the tendered contract consideration Including anv allowance for contingencies or for additional quantities. The work to be done consists of approximately; 1310 lineal feet of 96" neutral-axis diameter tunnel liner. If. n. SALES. CITY CLERK. al-10-c Index to Classifications Acreage, Acreage Industrial ... 91 Agents i2B Articles For Sale 25 Articles Wanted 26 Auto Repairs & Accessories 73 Autos k Trucks Wanted 72 Autoa For Sale 71 Babysitting 13C B C. Properties 2 Births i Bicycles k Motorcycles 78 Board It Room M Board k Room Wanted ........ 57 Boats k Accessories 28A Business Opportunities 69 Business 6t Prof. Directory ... 76 Buildings 43A I Card of Thanks . Coins k Stamps Crematoriums . Deaths I Detective Security 23A Domestic Help Wanted ........ I3B Engagements 1A Farm Lands For Sale 98 Farms Wasted 59 Feed 6t Seed 35 Female Help Wanted 13 Female Situations Wanted .... IB Financial 66 Florists .L. 8 Forthcoming Marriages ........ IB Funerals S Funeral Directors 7 Furnishings 25A Furniture Rentals 25B Garages k Parking 47 Gardening 35A Garden Produce 34 Help Wanted (Male-Female) ... 16 Hospital Personnel ............ 16A Hotels Motels 68 Houses For Rent (Furnished) . . 45 Houses For Rent (Unfurnished) 46 Houses For Sale 44 Bouses Wanted 49 TENDERS Continued DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS, CANADA TENDERS SEALED TENDERS addreseed to the Chief Financial and Administrative Services Department of Public Works of Canada 10225 - 100th Avenue EDMONTON, Alberta and endorsed "MISCELLANEOUS ALTERATIONS in B1 B2 and SERVICE TUNNEL. SASKATCHEWAN PENITENTIARY. PRINCE ALBERT, Saskatchewan will be received Until 11.30 a.m. (M.S.T.) NOVEMBER 30. 1971. Tender documents can be obtained on deposit of $25.00 in the form of a CERTIFIED BANK CHEQUE made payable to the RECEIVER GENERAL OF CANADA through the following Department of Public Works of Canada offices: 902 Spadina Crescent. SASKATOON. Saskatchewan and may be seen at the Construction Associations in PRINCE ALBERT. SASKATOON and REGINA. Saskatchewan. The deposit will be released on re. turn of the documents in good condition within one month from the date of tender opening. To be considered, each tender must be submitted on the forms supplied by the Department and must be accompanied by the security specified in the lender documents. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. IAN M. THOMAS Chief. Financial and Administrative Services. U-10-c DEATHS ELLISON THE DEATH OF MER vln Richard Ellison, age 26 years, of Fort McMurray, Alberta, occurred at Fort McMurray on November 2nd. 1971. The funeral Mass will be held on Wednesday. November 10th at 2:30 p.m. from St John Bosco Roman Catholic Church conducted by Rev. F. M. Kolia. Prayers will be said in the Church on Tuesday evening November 9th at 8.00 p.m. Surviving are: his wife Marcella; his mother, Mrs. Margaret Ellison of Saskatoon; four sisters. Mrs. Gladys Edwards, Mrs. Shirley Kortko. Mrs. Evelyn McConnell and Mrs. Helen Berger all of Saskatoon. Mr. Ellison was born In Saskatoon and had resided here until moving to Fort McMurray about a year a?o. Interment will take place in Woodlawn Catholic Cemetery. Saskatoon Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. ll-io-c KEELER THE DEATH OF MISS Hazel B. Keeler, age 68 years of 110 Cumberland Avenue, occurred at her home on Nov. 7th. 1971. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday, Nov 10th at 11:00 a.m. from the Chapel of tiie Saskatoon Funeral Home conducted by Rev. Fred Davies. (Memorial tributes forwarded to the Victorian Order of Nurses, co City Hospital Saskatoon, will be appreciated in lieu of flowers). Surviving are one sister. Mrs. Norman McLean (Mary), Bickleigh, Sask; two brothers, Mort Keeler, Etnon, Sask., and Frank Keeler, Mesa Arizona: three nephews and one niece. Miss Keeler was bom in Lang. Sask., and received her public and collegiate education in Saskaloon Site graduated in Arts from the University of Saskatchewan in 1923 and received her nursing degree from the Vancouver General Hospital in 1932 A widely recognized authority in the field of nursing education. Miss Keeler served as Director of Nursing at the University of Saskatchewan from 1950 until her retirement in 1969. She had taken an active part in the organization of the Centralized Lecture Program for the nursing students in Saskatchewan. Miss Keeler was an executive member of the Board of Victorian Order of Nurses and had been a director of the Beta Sigma Phi for many years. A graveside service will take place at the family ptot in Eston Cemetery on Wednesday afternoon at 4:09 p.m. Saskatoon time 3:00 M.S.T. . 11-10-c MARLOW THE DEATH OF MRS. Gladys H. Marlow, age 74 years, of No. 1 822 Avenue C North, formerly of 119 33rd SL West, occurred in a local nursing home on November 8th, 1971. The funeral service will be held on Friday. Nov. 12th at 1;30 p.m. from Christ Church Anglican conducted by The Rev. Peier E. Miiien and Rev Fred DavK'fl. Memorial aonatlons to the Saskatoon Convalescent Home New' Chapel Fund, co 101 31st Street West will be appreciated) Surviving re her husband. James F. Marlow; two sons. Arthur, Montreal and George. Doylestown. Pena.; two daughters, Mrs. L. E. Gamble (Peggy). Richmond Hill. Ontario and Mrs T. A. Marshall (Frances), Ottawa Ontario; 10 grandchildren; three sisters. Mrs George C. Reid, Saskatoon. Mrs. C. G. King, Banff, Alta., Mrs. R. T Christmas. Jr., Pasadena. CaJif.. and one brother, Mr. Joseph Holland, Saskatoon. Mrs. Marlow was born at Dudley. Worcs., England and came to Canada to make her home at Saskaloon in August. 1910 A longtime member of Christ Church, she was a member of the Ladies Vestry Guild of the Church and a member of Emmanuel College Guild. Mrs. Marlow was a member of Saskatoon Chapter No. 4 O.E.S. In earlier years she had been active in the work of the Home and School organization. Interment will take place in Woodlawn Cemetery. The Saskatoon Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements lH0-c Mcgowan the passing of Mrs. Margaret Jaue McGowan, age 82 years, at Sherbrooke Nursing Home. Saskatoon and formerly of Asquith, Sask., occurred at her residence on Nov. 7th. 1971. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday. Nov. 10th at 3.30 p.m. from Park Funeral Chapel, conducted by Roy. S. Dingwall. Mr. beau Wallace. The faintly gratefully decline floral tributes, memorial gifts may be made to Uie Asquith united Church Memorial Fund. Surviving are; one son. John Robert (Jack) of Saskatoon; one daughter, Mrs. F. H. Picketts (Thelma) of Asquith. Sask.: one brother, Mr. R. A. Fawcett of Winnipeg. Man.: also seven grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Mrs. McGowan was predeceased bv her husband. Albert Edward, in 1947 and bv one granddaughter. Horn in Manitoba, Mrs. McGowan came to Saskatchewan in 1906 to Uie Juniata district. In 1946 she retired to live in Asquith where she made her home until a year ago when she moved to a Saskatoon nursing home. Mrs. McGqwan was a life member of the Asquith U.C.W., a member of the United Church Ladles Auxiliary and during World War I was verv active in Uie affairs of the community, interment will be made In the familv plot in Woodlawn Cemeterv. Courtesy parking north of Uie Chapel. 11-10-c Classified Phone 653-2100 Investments M In Memonam 4 Investment Properties ......... 60A insurance 63A listings Wanted 99 Livestock k Accessories ....... 33 Loans Wanted 64 Lost 6c Found 19 Lots Wanted 41 Lots For Sale 40 Machinery 6c Repairs .......... 90 Male Help Wanted 12 Male - Female Instruction ...... 19A Male Situations Wanted 14 Miscellaneous 29 Money to Loan 63 Monuments . 9 Musical Instruments 26A Nursing Homes 23B Painting 21A Personal 24 Pet Stock 37 Plumbing 22A Poultry at Eggs 36 Real Estate 43 Roofing E a veil roughs .......... 22 Rooms Furnished 53 Rooms Unfurnished 54 Rooms (Furnished h Unfurn.) .. 54 A Rooms Wanted 55 zzrji m'J Suites Kuratshed Suites Lnfurnlshed Situations Wtd. (Male-Female) 17 Snowmobiles k Accessories .... 70A Stores & Offices Storage Space 38 51 51 A Suites rFurnished-Unfura.) .... 5iB Suites Wanted 52 Summer Resorts 27 Swap 91 Teachers Wanted 23 Trade Schools 12A Trades k Professions .......... 21 Trailers 79 Winter Resorts Warehouse Space 42 Weddings l DEATHS (Continued) JOSEPHSON MRS THELMA JO-sephson passed away November 8. 19 L in University Hospital. Surviving are her children Ruth, Marvin and Janet. Funeral services will be held at Wynyard, Saskatchewan. PARSONS THE PASSING OF MRS. Tryphena Parsons, age 46 years, of 117 8th Street. East, Saskatoon, occurred In a Saskatoon hospital on Nov. 6th, 1971. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday. Nov. ithh at 11.00 a.m. from Park Funeral Chapel, conducted by Rev. J. C. Marlor. Surviving are: her loving husband. Bruce; one son, Jeffrey ox Saskatoon; one daughter, Mrs. D. R, Daymond (Gail) Of pmawa, Man.; her mother, Mrs. M. J. Thomas of London. England; also three grandchildren. A resident of Saskatoon for the past 25 years, Mrs. Parsons was burn in Biaeliougbae. Wales, and came to Canada In 1946 to Saskatoon as a war bride and had resided here until her passing. Interment will be made in Woodlawn Cemetery. Courtesy parking north at the Chapel. SINGLETON THE DEATH OF JOHN Milton Singleton. &xe S3 years, of White Rock B.C., a longtime resident and well known Saskatoon teacher. occurred in hospital at White Rock on November 6th. 1971. A graveside service will be held at the familv Elot in Woodlawn Cemetery conducted y Rev. J. W. Phillips Rees. Friends may meet at the Chapel of the Saskatoon Funeral Home on Wednesday, Nov. 10th at 1.30 to proceed to the service. Surviving are: his lovlug wife Lillian; two sons. Chalmers in England and Bruce in British Columbia; one daughter. Mrs. Ethel Graham. Salmon Arm. B.C.. Mr. Single-ton was bom in Leeds County, on-tario. He obtained a B.A. Decree from Queens University in 1915 and . graduated in Theology at Victoria University in Toronto in 1917. He received his degree from the School of Education University of Toronto in 1925. Following 5 years of teaching in Saskatchewan Schools. Mr. Singleton was appointed to the teaching staff of Saskatoon Public Schools as a principal in January. 1926 and taught until his retirement in 1953. He spent the major part of his teaching years at Westmount. King George and Princess-Alexandra Schools. Active in various community organizations Mr. Singleton was a faithful member of Third Avenue United Church. 11-10-c WARRINGTON THE PASSING OF Arthur Gordon Warrington, age S3 years, of 623 5th Street, Saskatoon, occurred suddenly at Calgary. Alberta on Nov. 7. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday. November 10 at 1.30 p.m. from Park Funeral Chapel conducted by Rev. Don F'ou-bister. The family gratefully decline floral tributes, memorial gifts may be made in the Parkview Presbyterian Church Memorial Fund. Surviving are: two daughters, Mrs. Bert (Mabel) Batting of Trail, B.C., Mrs. ' Ted (Audrey) Gilroy of Saskatoon; two tons. Arthur of Calgary, Alberia and William of Vancouver, B.C.; one sister. Mrs. George (Minnie) Coates of Leask. Sask.; also four great grandchildren and eight great grandchildren And one great, great grandson. Mr. Warrington was predeceased by his wife. Helena, in 1963 and bv a daughter in 1915: also 4 brothers and 2 sisters predeceased him. Born in Weaste. England in 1885, Mr. Warrington came to Canada in 1604 and worked at Prince Albert and Saskatoon. He married Helena Ellen Hurd in 1609 and farmed at Kilwinning. Sask. and operated a store there. Mr. Warrington became manager of a lumber yard at Leask in 1920 and moved to Kinlstino in 1928, In 1941 he joined the Dept, of Mental Estates in Saskatoon and was with tiie department until 1953. He was with Boychuk Lumber Co. (as an estimator until his retirement in I960. Mr. Warrington was very active in community and church affairs in Leask and Kinistino, being on the school and church boards. Mr. Warrington was a member of Parkview Presbyterian Church in Saskatoon. Interment will be made In the Hill-crest Memorial Gardens. 11-19-c FUNERALS BERAST THE FUNERAL MASS OF Louise Berast. who died on November 4. 1971 was held from Our Ladv of Lourdes Roman Catholic Church on Mondav. November 8th at 2.00 p.m. conducted bv Rev. D. W. Leeper. Pallbearers were: Joe Berast. Julie-n . Berast. Jim Mault, Nick Tkachuk. Henry Pulles. Ed Rvan. Interment took place in Woodlawn Catholic Cemetery. ll-10-c JAMES THE FUNERAL SERVICE of Mrs. Agnes James, who died on November 5th was held from Me-Kague's Funeral Home on Monday. November 8th at 2 p.m. conducted bv Rev. C. Thompson. Pallbearers were: Rod Brown Edgar Hass. Norman Evans. Bob Ridalls. Art Katry-niuk. Liovd Ziegler. Interment was made in the family plot in Woodlawn Cemetery. U-10-c LASIUK THE FUNERAL SERVICE of Mr. Dmvtro Lasiuk. who died on Nov. 4th was held from St. Georges Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church on Monday. Nov. 8th at 9 30 a.m, conducted bv Rev. W. Iwaszko. Pallbearers were: Mike Kolibab. Morris Lasiuk. Mike Magiera. Paul Lasiuk. Joe Bates, Steve Kuzma. Interment was made In the family plot in the Roman Catholic Cemetery. Park Funeral Chapel w'as In charge of arrangements 11-10-c NORMAN THE FUNERAL SER-vice of Donald F. Norman, who died on November 5 1971. was held from the Chapel pf the Saskatoon Funeral Home on Monday. November 8th at 3.30 p.m. conducted bv Dr. R. F. Schnell. Honorary pallbearers were: Frank Dowdlng. Jeff Charlebols. Don Junor. Len Farrell, G. W. Harrington. Keith Turnbull: Active pallbearers were: Scott Penn. Donald Penn. William Beaman. Larry Almdal. Tom Early, Keith Burgess. Interment took place in Woodlawn Cemeterv. ll-10-c PHILLIPS THE FUNERAL SER-vice of R. D. (Roy) Phillips. Q.C., who died on November 4. 1971. was held from Knox United Church on Monday. Nov. 8th at 1.30 p.m, conducted bv Rev. Frank Meadows. Hon-orarv pallbearers were: Mr. A. Cragg and Mr. R. R. Paterson; Active pallbearers were: Mr. A. C, M. Tvson, Mr. H. C. Gollnick. Dr. G, D. Barnett, Mr. L. A. Krentzweiser. Mr. P. W. McMeans. Mr. J. B. Nutting. Interment took place in the familv plot in Woodlawn Cemetery. Saskatoon Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. 11-10-c IN MEMORIAM 4 JONES IN LOVING MEMORY OF . Irene daughter of the late Mr and Mrs. W. Jones, who departed this life Nov. 9. 1922. Loving memories never die, As years roll on and days gq by. Deep in our hearts memory is kept. Of one we love and will never Fondly remembered by Gwen. Iris and Claude. IHO-p THE STAR-PHOENIX HAS A SUPPLY of verses for your convenience in making up your tn Memortam. FUNERAL DIRECTORS McKAGUES FUNERAL HOME M. McKague R. J. McKague D. A.' Kewblgging Phone 242-3131 300 3rd Ave., S. all SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME W. ARNOLD EDWARDS ROBERT F. DAUR1E Ph. 244-5377 338 4th Are. N. xtf ' PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL Donald Somers Phone 244-21U3 xtf Jack M. Binkley 311 3rd. Ave.. No. WESTWOOD FUNERAL CHAPEL Rae J. Murdock Terry Michayluk Phone 6533434 20th St. k Ave. N. xtf CREMATORIUMS 7a PRAIRIE..VIEW CHAPEL Memorial & Cremation Service. Highway 11 South 242-7884 Box 2061 Xtf LOST AND FOUND 10 LOST:. RED PHOTO ALBUM CON-taining wedding pictures around Temperance and Cumberland. 343-6092 11-12-c LOST: MEXICAN. BLACK PURSE; kevs. license, hospitalization, some money Nov. 5th. Reward. 945-2274 o t 945-2244 Waldlieim. 11-12-c LOST. WEST SIDE, 25 YEAR BUL-ova Service watch from Palm Dairies, G. H. (Harry Thompson engraV' ed on back. Reward. 242-2347. 11-17-c MALE HELP WANTED 12 EXPERIENCED BREAD AND PASTRY baker, between ages 2030 Excellent opportunity for the right person. Phone 763-6353 Prince Albert. 11-19-c 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. Phone 243-4691 11-12-c MALE GROCERY CLERK WANTED on a full time basis. Must be bond-able and willing to learn the grocery business. Large rural town. Box 1254X Star-Phoenix. 11-13-c SHOP FOREMAN for custom engine rebuilding, age 35 or under. Should be a leader. Starting salary $740 per month guaranteed Location Calgary. Box 1252X Star-phoenix. ll-13-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 11-14-c TAXI DRIVERS Required full or part tme. male Phone 653-2775 or Apply UNITED CAB OFFICE xtl BEECHY BOMBERS INTERMEDIATE C hockey club requires goalie for $?l-?2 hockey season. When replying please state age. experience, salary and references. A. J. Schotanus 859-2208. 859-2270. Beechy. 11-12-c AUTOMOTIVE MECHANIC Wanted soon as possible for dualline Jong established Ford and Mercury dealership in Peace River Town. Albtria. Licensed man preferred, but 3rd or 4th year apprentice considered. Must be between ages 22 and 40. 39-hour non-flal rate. 5lrday week guaranteed at $3.45 3rd year. $3.65 4th year, and 83.85 licensed, with some additional hours available when shop is busy. Small older type 2-bedroom unfurnished home with all conveniences for rent at $85 month located adjacent shop. Dealership pension plan augments Federal Pension. Also available Alta. Health Plan, Group Hospital, Sickness. Life Insurance Plans. Eight paid statutory holidays and cleaned coveralls. Permanent position for right man with a moving allowance provided. Reply owm handwriting giving: Age, marital status, experience. Names and addresses last 3 employee. Earliest date available. Home phone number to: Manager, Riverdrlve Motors, Peace River, Alberta. 11-10-c REQUIRE IMMEDIATELY: QUALI- fied meat cutter. State age, experience Apply Box 875B Star-Phoenix. 11-10-c EXPERIENCED WAITER FOR HYS Steak House. Apply in person to manager between 12-2 p.m or 6 8 p.m. , n-15-c WANTED: ALL ROUND PRINTER. Must have linotype experience. Prefer Web offset experience, or editor salesman, over 25. Apply, The Independent. Biggar 948-3344. 11-15-c EXPERIENCED WINDOW AND DOOR assembly man. 382-8074 11-13-c PROGRESSIVE JOHN DEERE DEA-lership with large territory requires one salesman to sell agricultural equipment and one salesman to sell dairy and barnyard equipment. Generous commissions, on the job training, car required. Box,,38lB Staf-PhoeniX. 11-17-c NIGHT CLERK For downtown hotel. Experience not necensary. Axe 50-60. permanent employment. Limited Bookkeeping 5 day week References. Apply P.O. Box 436. 11-lo-c ESTABLISHED WESTERN CANAD1-an Company requires a representative for the province. Car supplied. Salary S4u0 monthly plua bonus Applv giving detail, to Box 37SB. Star-Phoenix. 11-15-c TRADE SCHOOL (MALE) 12a BELL AND HOWELL SCHOOLS. DeVrv training for Job, in Electronics. TV. Radio. Communications and Instrumentations. Box 35uB, Siar-Phoeuix. m-12-l-c AGENTS 12b NATIONAL HOUSEHOLD FIRM RE-aulres housewives (20 to 40) part , time or lull time. 1.75 per hour plus bonus. Phont 343.SS33 for interview. H-28-c MATURE WOMAN. TO HELP IN rest home. Live in preferred. 244-4413. lMO-c WANTED: ATTRACTIVE YOUNG ladles to work as barmaids el the Sheraton Cavalier Hotel. Apolv In person between 1 p.m. snd 3:30 p.m. in Hie Tent-n-Tsvern. 11-10-c FEMALE HELP WANTED EXPERIENCED DINING , ROOM waitress, banquet help end dishwasher. Callln person alter S P.m. Marigold Restaurant, 255 3rd Ave., south. DRUG CLERK Reauircd for new modern drug store. Applicant must hava retail sales experience. previous Salary commensurate with experience, plua staff benefits. Apply in person to: Mr. G. Cranston Super Save Drug Mart 133 2nd Ave., North Tuesday, Nov. 9 and Wed.. Nov. 10, 9 a.m, to 9 o.m. 11-10-C MATURE WOMAN. AGE 28-45. TO RE trained for general work at the Bool-ery. Permanent job. See Mr. Brans at 257 2nd Ave., 8., Wednesday and Friday mornlijgs. 11-12-c FEMALE HELP WANTED IS (tonltnuedi Experienced Waitresses Wanted bv Citv Hotel, coffee shop and dining room. Must be neat in appearance, pleasant disposition, bondabie, between the ages of 19-30. None others need apply. Apply in person to manager or Assistant Manager, King George Hotel. 11-12-c 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. Fud or part time. 242-6330 or 653-5796, Viviane Woodard Cosmetics Ltd., subsidiary of General Foods Limited. 11-15-C MAKE EASY $$? Easy to sell Panty Hose Also socks for the entire family, tights, briefs and bikini panties, etc. Free instructions and color catalogue,. Write today: RESLON HOSIERY LTD. 10383 Hebert St., Montreal North 459. Quebec. m-!2-2-c WANTED; UNWED MOTHER TO live in. 242-9704. 11-10-c EXPERIENCED HAIR Must have clientele. STYLISTS. Guaranteed $100 jer week plus 55. 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. 11-13-c LADIES WEAR SALES PERSON RE-quired Experience desirable but not essential. Must have references. Apply Fashion Fur Co tf AVON GIFTS FOR CHRISTMAS ARE: A joy to give, a joy to receive, an even greater joy to sell For full information call: Mrs. Rome. 242-6296. Ter: Poplar Cres.. Coy Ave. and Buena Vista area. 11-12-c WOMAN WANTED PART TIME. 3 mornings per week. Preferably married, living in Riversdale Pleasant Hill area. 242-9266. 11-13-c EXPERIENCED COCKTAIL WAIT-ress required for Hys Steak House. Midtown Plaza. Apply in person to bar manager. 11-15-c MAID REQUIRED For Gracious Vancouver Home Housemaid -tablemaid wanted for Vancouver. Preferably not under 50. Two adults in familv. Cook and cleaning woman also on staff. Accommodation and meals same as employers. Willing to pay substantial salary based on experience. Fare to Vancouver will be paid if applicant suitable. Box 1261X. Star-Phoenix. 11-10-c DOMESTIC HELP 13b MATURE WOMAN TO HOUSEKEEP for alder couple from December 22nd to February 7th. Live in nice private suite with private bath and telephone. Apply between 5 and 8 p.m. 652-8871 or 373-1570. 11-10-c WANTED: LIVE-IN BABYSITTER With LHK duties. 382-7377. 11-12-c BABYSITTING 13c PETER PAN KIDDIE CENTRE. 813 Broadway. Day care lor children. 242-7939. xtf WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME. North Park area. Phone 653-3835. 11-10-c TEACHER WOULD LIKE TO BABY-sit in own home. Wesiview district. 382-7106. ' 11-10-c WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME. 300 block Ave. X. No. 382-0720 6-15-e WANTED: RELIABLE BABYSITTER with some housekeeping duties. Immediately. live m. Weekends off. 242-4147 9-5 p.m. ' ll-10-C TEACHER WOULD LIKE TO BABY-sit in own home. University area. Phone 652-0093. 11-10-p WANTED IMMEDIATELY: EXPER. ienced babysitter to come in Monday - Friday, 8-5 p.m. 244-8579. 1W3-C RELIABLE PERSON NEAR GLAD-mer Park to come in and care for 2 children. Monday-Friday. 343-1590 after 6 P.m. 11-12-c TEENS WILLING 382-2623. TO BABYSIT. 11-10-c WANTED: RELIABLE BABYSITTER to come in. 652-5371. n-12-c M1DDLEAGF.D WOMAN TO COME IN and look after 2 children. Age 6 and 4 in Mayfair district. 242-9300. 11-13-c WILL BABYSIT IN OWN Massey Place area. 392-&S2. HOME. 11-13-c W'ILL BABYSIT IN OW'N HOME. HUD-son Bay Park area. 382-7927. 11-12-c SASKATOON NURSERY, 1406 8TH Avenue, North. Dav care for children. Monday-Friday. 652-6973. m-129-c FEMALE SITS. WANTED 15 EXPERIENCED LADY REQUIRES day work. Write Box 379B Star Phoenil 11-10-p HELP WTD. Male, Female IS HELP WANTED: GENERAL ADVER-tising layout and markup man or woman for newspaper. Phone collect 604-782-4888 11-10-c FULL OR PART TIME Wanted: 100 farmer salesmen, salesladies. New German Rota-dryer. High earnings for fall and winter months. Write for demonstrator. FRESTOLAN CO. LTD., 628 VICTORIA AVE.. REGINA. SASK. 11-12-C WANTED. . .... saleslady, full or part time SALESMAN OR . part time Apply in person. Lehrers Shoe Mart. 11-13-c CARETAKER REQUIRED FOR 7 and 24 suite block. December 1st. Live in. Dial Agencies 343-1648. 11-10-c HOSPITAL PERSONNEL !Ba EXPERIENCED ORDERLY FOR nursing home. Box 3S2B Star-Phoenix. 11-17-c Applications are Invited for a M.R.T., A R T. M.R.L. of R.R.L, for the position of Assistant Medical Records Librarian. A good knowledge of PAS coding is essential. , This is a fully accredited hospital with 261 acute beds with an active medical staff of 65 situated in central B.C. Salary range Is $559 9669 per month with recognition for past experience. For further details Please contact: Personnel Office, Prince George Regional Hospital. Prince George, B.C. 11-13-c M A LEF E M ALE INSTRUC. 19a CLASSES FORMING JCOMPUTERS! Programming. Optrilin, IBM KEYPUNCH NCR MACHINE ACCOUNTING DRAFTING Structural, Mei-n., Architectural McKAY TECH Box 1050X, Star-Phoenix HIGH SCHOOL AT HOME. CANADA S leading school. Free brochure. National College, 2232 11th Avc- Regina 525-8404, U tr a a . v ., .-44 4 at

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