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Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada · 38

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
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Thursday, April 22, 1976
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38 the STAR-PHOENIX, Saskatoon, Thursday, April 22, 1976 Hundreds of thousands of times a. day, someone, somewhere, is opening The World Almanac and returning it to the shelf with a knowing smile. From Tokyo to Tallahassee, Saskatoon to Sacramento and San Juan. The 1976 World Almanac is placing a million facts and figures at the fingertips of people around the globe. The 1976 World Almanac is 984 lively pages profiling man and his world from 8,000 B.C. to the present. The World Almanacs 9,000-entry index makes it Best Seller (or Over o Century AILMAIMAO & BOOK OF FACTS For convenience, also available by mail.. Use the coupon. Add 50 cents for postage and handling, and - allow two weeks for delivery. The Star-Phoenix World Almanac, 204 5th Ave., North, ' Saskatoon, Sask. Please send me copies of the 1976 World Almanac. I enclose my cheque or money order for $3.45 for each copy ordered. (Please print this is your mailing label). Name ! . . Address City Town Prov , (Includes postage and handling charges) I 52 95 T o '-Vs easy to find just the answer youre looking for, too. Whether youre seeking hard facts on the environment, economy, politics, population, nations of the world, noted personalities, sports, cinema or history, The 1976 World Almanac is your best buy. Get your copy of The 1976 World Almanac, priced at just $2.95, now on sale at our public service counter, bookstores, newsstands, 'supermarkets or wherever quality reading is sold. Also available by mail with this convenient coupon. I 0 RATES Star-Phoenix Classified Ad Rates Twelve Cents Per Word Per Day Six Consecutive Insertions for the Price of Five Minimum Count 12 Words Minimum Daily Charge S1.45 Classified Display is Charged at $6.16 per single column inch. Where 10 point or large type is desired by the advertiser for the complete advertisement the rate per word is 24c per day. Minimum count 12 words, min imum daily charge $2 90. 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 $1 32 per day for the 10 point line. Where the use of a box number is desired, count as four words extra. City or rural Star-Phoenix Box Numbers please add $2 00 extra to cover cost of handling and 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 al leged to rise through either fa 1 1 u re or delay in for warding such replies however caused whether by negli gence 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. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Ph. 653-2100- Semi-Displays Accepted ' 8 30 a.m. to-12 noon daily Monday to Friday for pub llcation following day (except holidays). Word Ads Accepted Office Hours: 8.30a m.toSp m.for following day's publication word ads will be accepted by telephone from 5.00 p.m -8.30 p. m. Monday through Friday, and will . appear for publication second day after order. Word ads accepted 8:30-noon Saturdays will appear in Mondays publication. Cancellations will be ac cepted to 8 30 p m. Monday through Friday, and8 30a.m. to 12 noon Saturday for next day's publication. On days when the business office is closed. Word Ads for publication 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 de sired. Display Advertising SCHEDULE OF 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, FRIDAY3.00P m. forTuesdayand Wednesday publ lea tion. All of the above times on a "copy In hand basis ', allow time for copy pick- and preparation. NOTICES Death and Funeral Notices $4 40 for first 125 words. Each additional word, 12c. Births, Marriages, In Memoriums, Engagements. Card of Thanks $3 85 first 50 words. Each additional word 12c per word. SUBSCRIPTION RATES By carrier 90c per week collected bi-weekly MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES IN SASKATCHEWAN 1 year $48 00 6 months $25.50 3 months $14.25 1 month $5 50 Sat. only yearly $12 00 BY MAIL IN CANADA 1 year . $55 00 1 month $7 00 Sat. only yearly $15 00 BY MAIL IN U.S A. & FOREIGN 1 year $115 00 1 month $12 00 Sat. only yearly $20.00 CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAY, SUNDAYS 652-9200 Deaths 2 CHAMNEY The death of Doreetha Irene Chamnev age 80 years of 47 320 5th Avenue North occurred in a local hospital on April 20th, 1976. The Funeral Ser vice will be held on Friday April 23rd at 1 :30 p.m. from the First Baptist Church conducted by Rev. Wil liam R. Wood. Saskatoon Funeral Home in charge ar rangements. Surviving are: 2 daughters Mrs Earima Lagare, Vancouver, B C., and Mrs. Grant Marcoux (Beth), Viscount, Sask ; 2 sons Potter Chamnev, Calgary and Jack Chamney, Colorado Springs, Colorado; 22 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren; also 1 sister Mrs. Jessie St. Claire, Vancouver, B C. and 1 brother Bert Potter, White Rock, B.C. She was prede ceased by her husband Russel Earl Chamney in April 1964. Mrs. Chamnev was bom in Saskatoon January 3rd 1896. She had taken an active part In the work of many community organizations over the years. She had an interest in crafts and in particular lapidary craft work. She was a member of the First Baptist Church. Interment will take place in Woodlawn Cem etery. (Courtesy parking area available south of the Chapel of the Saskatoon Funeral Home on 4th Avenue at 25th Street) . SCHULZ-The death of Richard Schulz age 48 years of 1205 Avenue D, North, Saskatoon occurred in a local hospital on April 21st, 1976. The Funeral Service will be held on Saturday, April 24th, at 10 a.m. from the Chapel of McKague's Funeral Home conducted by Assistant Pastor William Meyer. Surviving are: his wife, Helga, one daughter, Mrs. Ronald (Ingrid) Cabert, of Saskatoon, six sons, Sub. Lt. Joerg Schulz, of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Richard Schulz, Peter Schulz, John Schulz, Paul Schulz, and Christopher Schulz, all of Saskatoon, his mother, Mrs. Natalie Schulz, in Cermany and one sister, Mrs. Doris Klein mann, in Cermany. Mr. Schulz was predeceased by his father, Dr. Johannes Martin Schulz, In 1943, in Russia, and by a son, Robert, in 1969. Mr. Schulz wasborn In Germany. He served In the French Foreign Leg-'ion, and Immigrated to Canada and to Saskatoon in 1957. The family would appreciate donations to the Canadian Cancer Society rather than floral tributes. Cremation to follow. READ AND USE STAR-PHOENIX CLASSIFIED ADS Phone 653-2100 Mon Pri -8 198 30 , Sat 8 30-noon Deaths' 2 (Continued) PICKETT The death of John William Pickett age 38 years of 512 -Avenue K North, occurred on April 15, 1976. The Funeral Service will be held on Friday, April 23rd at 10.00 a m. from the Chapel of Saskatoon Funeral Home conducted by Rev. Clifford McMurtry. A prayer service will be held on Thursday, April 22nd at 7.00 p m. in the Chapel. Surviving are: his loving wife, Theresa; four daughters, Shirley and Christina of Saskatoon, Janet and Carle in Ontario; two sons, John Douglas in Ontario and John Robert of Saskatoon; his father, William Pickett of Saska toon and his mother, Mrs. Fred Kmzel of Edmonton; five brothers, Brian, Gordon and Vernon of Saskatoon, Patrick of Edmonton and William of Prince George. Mr. Pickett was bom In Cork County, Ireland and atanearly age came to Saskatoon and had 1 1 ved here since. He had worked as a barber in the city and surround ing area. Interment will take place in Woocllawn Cemetery. (Courtesy parking south of the Chapel on 4th Avenue at 25th Street). WEIBEL The passing of Mr. Charles Werbel age 49 years of Big-gar, Saskatchewan occurred at Big-gar, Sask. on April 19th, 1976. The Funeral Service will be held on Friday April 23rd at 2 p.m. M S T. from Third Avenue United Church, Big-gar, Sask. con ducted by Rev. S. A. Doan. Surviving are: hislovlngwife, Nettle, 4 daughters, Carol of Saskatoon, Char lotte of Swift Current, Cheryl and Channone both at home, 5 brothers, Joe Welbel of Descham-bois, Sask., Elmer Kurbis of Qu'Ap-pelleSask., Lome Kurbis of Regina, Sask., Emil Welbel of Regina, Sask., and Jim Weibelof Winnipeg, Man., 3 sisters, Mrs. C. (Trudy) Hathaway of Souris, Man., Mrs. D. (Ruth) Cran of Coquitlam, B.C. and Mrs. H. (Emma) Kuntzof Regina, Sask. Mr. Weibel was predeceased by his parents and by a brother Paul. Mr. Welbel was born at Irma, Alta, and lived and farmed at Biggar all his life. He was very active in community affairs and was an active curler. Interment will be made in the Big-, gar Cemetery. Arrangements are in care of Westwood Funeral Chapel. Funerals 3 WENGROWSKI The Funeral Service of Hazel Wengrowski, who died on April 16, 1976 was held from Saskatoon Doukhobor Prayer Home on Wednesday, April 21st at 10:00 a m. conducted by Mr. Nick Trofimen-koff. Pallbearers were: Russ Hoffman, John Horbay, Len Red-dekopp, Herb Wright, Karl Wengrowski, Joe Wengrowski. Interment took place in Woodlawn Cemetery. Saskatoon Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements CONWAY The Funeral Service of Mrs. Alice M. Conway, who died on April 18, 1976 was held from Park Funeral Chapel on Wed., April 21 at 2:00pm. conducted bv Very Rev. R. A. Wood & Pastor G. Grant. Pallbearers were: Bryan Conway, Dennis Conway, Douglas Conway, Brian Adair, Bill Jones, Jack Jones. Interment was made in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Arrangements were In care of Park Funeral Chapel RUSSELL The Funeral Service of Frederick William Russell, whodled on April 17, 1976 was held from the Chapel of the Saskatoon Funeral Home on Wednesday, April 21st at 1 -30 p.m., conducted by Archdeacon H.W. Brandrick. Pallbearers were: Sgt. G. Veitch, Sgt. W. McHolm, Sgt. W. Foster, CpI. W. Le Cain, CpI. L. Ferguson, CpI. L. Barlow, Comm. N. Anderson. Legion Funeral Rites were conducted by Officers and Members of Saskatoon Branch No. 63, Royal Canadian Legion with Comrade W. Jack In charge. Interment took place in the Soldier's Field, Woodlawn Cemetery. PRUDEN The Funeral Service of Mary Margaret Pruden, whodiedon April 17th was held from St. Marys Roman Catholic Church on Wed, April 21st at 11 a m. conducted by Rev. F. Lawless CSSR. Honorary Pallbearers were: Rocky Adair, John Kingwall. Active Pallbearers were: Bill Hall, Victor Yurkowski, Rueben Connolly, Laval Boumer, Jerry Nekrasoff, Lorrie Ziegler. Interment was made in the Roman Catholic Cemetery. Arrangements were in care of Westwood Funeral Chapel. Notices 901 NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the matter of the estate of Gerald Edmund Ehr, late of Vanscoy, in the Province of Saskatchewan, Farmer, Deceased. All claims against the above estate, duly verified bv Statutory Declaration and with particulars and valuation of security held, if any, must be sent to the undersigned before the 6th day of May, 1976, after which date the estate assets will be distributed having regard only to claims that have been received. CO-OPERATIVE TRUST COMPANY OF CANADA 333 4th Avenue North Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Co-executors NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Estate of Susana Wiebelateof the Village of Osier, in the Province of Saskatchewan, Widow, deceased. All Claims against the above estate, duly verified bv statutory declaration and witn particulars and valuation of security held, if any, must be sent to the undersigned before Kith day of May, 1976. Robert M. Simpson, Q C. Barrister, etc., Rosthern, Sask. Solicitor for tne Executor RE! APPLICATION FOR LICENCE TOOPERATE A COCKTAI L ROOM Notice is hereby given that the undersigned intends to apply to the Liquor Licensing Commission for a II cense to sell liquor In premises known as Four Sea sons' at Allan, Sask. of which the following Is a co red legal description: Lots Nlne(9) and Ten(lO), in Block Eight(8), in the townslte of Allan, In the Province of Saskatchewan, in the Dominion of Canada, according toa Plan of Record In the Land Titles Office for the Saskatoon Land Registration District as Plan G 12. Dated at Allan, Saskatchewan, this 10th day of April, 197b. Evelyn Marie Opperman NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR CHANGE OF NAME Notice Is hereby given of the following application to the Director of Vital Statistics In the Department of Public Health of the Province of Saskatchewan under the provisions of The Change of Name Act. FROM: Kathryn Heather Ifleld , TO: Kathryn Heather Forsyth FROM: Judah Nicholas Ifleld TO; Judah Nicholas Forsyth DATED AT SASKATOON, In the Provlnceof Saskatch ewan, this 20th day of April, A.D. 1976. K. Heather Ifleld 640 2nd Street East Saskatoon. Saskatchewan Notices 901 (Continued) NOTICE TO CREDJTORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF OLGA SCHLOENDORF, late of the City of Saskatoon, in the Province of Saskatchewan, Housewife, Deceased. All claims against the above estate, duly verified by statutory declaration and with particulars and valua tlon of security held, if any, must 6e sent to the undersigned before the 26th day of MAY, A.D. 1976. DATED at the City of Saskatoon, in the Province of Saskatchewan, this 19th day of APRIL, A.D. 1976. MESSRS. ,JAMIESON, LIT-VENENKO& LAVOIE Barristers and Solicitors 245-3rd Avenue South SASKATOON, SASKATCHEWAN, S7K 1M4 SOLICITORS FOR THE EXECUTORS NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF SEYMOUR EDWARD vBUSHE, also known as SEYMOUR F. BUSHE, late of Saskatoon, in the Provlnceof 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 26th day of MAY, A.D. 1976. ' DATED at the City of Saskatoon, In the Province of Saskatchewan, this 19th day of APRIL, A.D. 1976. MESSRS, JAMIESON, LITVENENKO & LAVOIE Barristers and Solicitors, 245 - 3rd Avenue South SASKATOON, SASKATCHEWAN S7K 1M4 SOLICITORS FOR THE EXECUTORS Tenders 900 PROPOSALS Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation SEALED PROPOSALS, plainly marked as to content and addressed to the undersigned will be received upto2.00p m C.S.T , May 13, 1976, for the construction of 5 buildings of semi-detached design for a total of 10 senior citizen units at Asquith, Saskatchewan sponsored by the Federal Government, Province of Saskatchewan and the Town of Asquith. Plans and spec iflcations and forms of proposals required can be obtained bv prime contractors at the address shown below and are available for Inspection at Saskatoon, Prince Albert, Regina and Moose Jaw Construction Associations, at the Town Office In Asquith and at C.M.H C. offices at Saskatoon, Regina and Prince Albert. A deposit of $10 00 is required for each set of plans, specifications and documents This deposit is forfeited if plans, specifications and documents are not received at this office and In good condition on or before the tenth day following the date of con tract award. Each proposal must be accompanied by a 10 Bid Bondorbya security deposit of 10 of the proposal where the proposal does not exceed $250,000, plus 5 of the amount by which the proposal exceeds $250,000. Such security deposit shall be retained by Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation to ensure due performance of the contract. Cash, a certified cheque, bearer or negotiable Dominion of Canada Bonds will be accepted as security deposit. All cheques must be made payable to the order of Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation. The lowest of any proposal not necessarily accepted. G. R. DAY, Manager Central Mortgage & Housing Corporation P.O. Box 1107 233 - 4th Avenue South Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 3N2 smm TENDER ADDITION TO SASKATOON EAST RADIO BUILDING Sealed Tenders will be received up to 2.00 p.m. Re gina Time, Friday, May 7, 1976 In the office of the Chief Engineer, 2350 Albert St., Regina, Saskatcnewan, at which time tenders will be publicly opened. Plans and specifications may be obtained upon request from the SASK TEL Engineering Department, on deposit of $25,00, which shall be refunded upon receipt of the documents In good condition. General Contractors shall accompany their tender with a certified chequeor Bid Bond in the amount of 7 of the tender price. A Performance and Labour and Material Payment Bond as per specif tea tions shall be required from the successful bidder. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Mr. P. VanVIiet, Chief Engineer Saskatchewan Telecommunications 2350 Albert Street Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 2Y4 In Memoriam ' , 4 FIDYK IN loving memory of our dear father and mother Harry and Katherine, wno departed this lite-father April 22, 1973 and motner June 7, 1972. If I had all the world to give, I'd give it yes, and more. Toheartheirvolcesandseethelr smiles, And greet them at mv door. But all I can do, dear parents, Is go and tend your graves, And leave behind tokens of love, To the best parents God ever made. I like to think when life Is done, Wherever Heaven may be, That they'll be standing at the door, Up there to welcome me.' Ever remebered and sadly missed by their loving daughter and son-in-law Sophie and Donald Arnold. WIDUK In loving memory of our motherOlga, whopassedeway April 22, 1975. We lost a mother with a heart of gold Who meant more to us than wealth untold. , We lost but Cod has gained The best motner tne world contained , For those who have a mother cherish ner with care For you will never know the heart ache until you see her empty chair. Emily, Bill, Terry, Jerry and Dad. Cards of Thanks - 5 MR. AND MRS. Peter Kardash and Sandra wish to extend their deepest appreciation to relatives and friends for cards and floral tributes and acts of kindness at the time of the passing of our daughter. A special thank-you to Rev. Lalng and the Ladles of Bethel United Church. Cards of Thanks 5 (Continued) MRS. PETER (Barbara) Wasvlciw and her family extend their sincere thanks to Dr. M.B. Krochak, the internes and the staff of the third floorofSt Paul's Hospital. Our special thanks to our relatives and our many friends, who sent flowers, memorial donations and gave us comfort and aid during the long illness and death of our beloved husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather, Peter Wasylciw. We appreciate the services and kindly messages by the Very Rev. Dr. H. Udod and the lunch prepared by the members of the Ukrainian Women's Assoc, of Canada. Our gratitude to the directors of the Westwood Funeral Home for the excel lent service Funerals Directors 7 MCKAGUE'S FUNERAL HOME M. McKague R.J. McKague D.A. Newbiggmg Phone 242 3131 300 3rd Ave. S. PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL Terry G. Mlchayliuk Donald Somers 311 3rd Ave , No Phone 244-2103 SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME W. ARNOLD EDWARDS ROBERT F. DAURIE Ph. 244-5577 338 4th Ave. N. WESTWOOD FUNERAL CHAPEL Rae J. Murdock Phone 653-3434 20th St & Ave N Crematoriums 107 PRAIRIE VIEW CHAPEL Memorial and Cremation Services Highway 11 South 242-7884 ' Box 2061 Lost & Found , 10 V GREEN PUEGOT 10-speed, chained to fence In front of Bridge City Yamaha, between 12 and 2 A.M. fnday morning, reward offered to information leading to return, 382-3428 after-6 P M. LOST LADIES White Gold Gruen watch. Chain bracelet. Bucket fas-tener Reward 653-4322. LOST TU RQUOISE and silver little finger ring. Between City Hospital and 100 Block 4th St. Reward. 652-7942 Sales Personnel 11 SALES PERSON Due to expanded business we require a full time f Ipor covering sales person. Commissioned. Experience a necessity. Ability to measure and estimate. Able to do strenuous stock work. Self starter. Good previous selling record an asset. Excellent company benefits. Apply . Personnel Office. ' tHE BAY SALES HELP WANTED I need someone to help me run my business. Apply to Box 322A Star-Phoenix. LADIES WEAR salesperson required, Experience desirable but not essential. Apply Fashion Fur Co. BREAKOUT Of that dead-end lob you're in now. We're looking for several adults to sell our benefit program to prospective members of the largest nonsectarian fraternal organization In the WORLD. Phone: 244-0989 - Saskatoon 764-3928 - Prince Albert PIANO AND Organ Salesperson for National Dealer in Saskatoon. Previous selling experience and musical background preferred. National Product Line. Apply In own hand-writing to Box 343A Star-Phoenix. SALES TRAINEE Is required for large industrial Company to cover Saskatoon and Northern area. Must be highschool graduate. Please Phone 244-0911 for appointment. We are a wholesale distributor specializing In housewares and require a part time sales rep to work with major accounts in Saskatchewan. Remuneration on a straight commission basis. We prefer someone cur rently in this field now selling department stores and retailers. Could develop Into full time repre senta-tion in the future. Reply to: Box 1070X Star- Phoenix. Help Wanted 12 APPRENTICE MACHINISTS-Applicants must be maechanically Inclined with Technical School Training. Contact Al Redl 652-7766, 652-8297. COOK Breakfast and full menu cook required tor morning shift, excellent . working condition. Wages and be- netits. Apply to Box 277A Star-Pnoenlx. PART TIME CAFETERIA CAFETERIA CLERK REQUIRED FOR REGULAR PART TIME OF APPROX. 12 HOURS PER WEEK IN OUR 33RD STREET CAFETERIA. HOURS NOT SUITABLE FOR STUDENTS. UNIFORMS SUPPLIED. WAGE SCALE $3.08 TO $4.21 PER HOUR. APPLY IN PERSON: 10.30 A.M. TO 5:00 P.M. Personnel Department SASKATOON CO-OP CENTRE 319 22nd St. East . HIRING , Can help If In a lay off or temporary work situation. Check us out. Perhaps we can help you. Many op portunitle9 for you and your family available. Call for appointment and Interview. 652-0197 CLIMBING CRANE operator required Immediately for Regina project. References required. Union rate. Please phone collect Cana Construction Co. Ltd., Regina, 525-5983. 4 (f

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