Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada on January 12, 1974 · 26
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Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
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papw Ijpi if- nr u 'W'B-lF 26 the STAR-PHOENIX Saskatoon, Saturday, January 12, 1974 n rpePe I RATES StarPhoentx Classified Ad Rates: Nine Cents Per Word Per Day Su Consecutive Insertiou for the Price of Five Minimum Count 12 Words Minimum Charge $1.10 Per Day Classified Display Is charged at $44$ per single column inch. Where 19 point or large type is desired by the advertiser for the complete advertisement the rate per word is 18c per day. Minimum count 12 words, minimum daily charge 12.20. Figures in groups of five or less, dollar marks, initial letters, e.c.. count as one word. Where one line is set in 10 point and the balance set in ordinary classified type the charge is 9ic per day for the 10 ptint line. Where tne use of a bos number Is desired, count as four words extra. City or rural StarPhoenix Box Numbers please : add $1.00 extra to cover cost of hand Ung and postage. While every endeavor will be made to forward replies , . to box numbers to the advertiser as soon as possible, we accept no Ha-bilily in respect of loss or damage v. 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 assume no responsibility for error after the first inser-tign. NOTICES Death and Funeral Notices 13.50 for first 135 words. Each additional word, 9c. Births. Marriages. In Memorlums. Engagements. Cards of Thanks - 13.00 first 50 words. Each additional word 9c per word. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Semi-Displays Accepted 0:30 a.m. to 12 noon daily Monday to Friday for publication following day (except holidays.) Word Ads Accepted Office Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. for following day s publication. TELEPHONE HOURS: . Word ads will be accepted by telephone to 8:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon - for next days publication. Continues, cancellations, corrections wiU be accepted to 8:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon Saturday for next daya publication. On days when the bustness office Is closed. Word 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 num-i' ber of insertions desired. 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. e FRIDAY. 3:00 p.m. for Tuesday and . : Wednesday publication. All of the above times on a "copy in hand basts", allow time for copy - pick-up and pieparation. MAIL SUBSCRIPTION r RATES IN SASKATCHEWAN - 1 year . 040.00 0 months 022.00 3 months $12.30 1 month I 5.00 Sat. only 09.00 per yr. By Carrier 60 Cents per Week To Alt Other Provinces in Canada 1 year 045.00 Sat. only, per year 012.00 U.S.A. and Foreign 1 year 032.00 Sat. only, per year $13.00 CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAY, SUNDAYS NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the estate nf DAWN ALLENE JOHNSON, late of the City of Saskatoon. in the Province of Saskatchewan, Accountant, deceased. All claims against the above Estate, duly verilied by statutory declaration and with particulars and valuation of security held, if any. must be sent to the undersigned before the 19th day of January, A.D. 1974. LAMARSH. ROBERTSON. EMIGH, PRESTON DEHM & ZIEGLER. Barristers and Solicitors, 310 Canada Building, SASKATOON. Saskatchewan. S7K 0B3 Solicitors for the Executor. David Harold Cooper. 1-14-c NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the matter of the Estate of WILLIAM FIMISTER, late of the City of Saskatoon, in the Province of Saskatchewan. ALL CLAIMS against the above Estate duly verified by Statutory Declaration with particulars and valuation of security held, if any. must be sent to the undersigned before the 31st of January, A.D. 1074. HALYK, PRtEL & STEVENSON. Barristers and Solicitora, 701 CN Towers. Saskatoon. Saskatchewan. SOLICITORS FOR THE EXECUTOR. . 1-14-c-s GEDDES LYONS Mr. and Mrs. William A. Lyons of Saskatoon are happy to announce the marriage of their daughter Saliie Lynn, to Mr. Murray A. Geddes, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Geddes of Scarborough, Ontario. Attending Saliie and Murray were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cohen of Toronto. After the ceremony on January 10, 1974, friends gathered at MacKenzie House in Toronto. Mr. and Mrs. Geddes will be living in Downsview, Ontario, and will continue their studies, and work at York University. MOORE COWAN Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cowan are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Kerrie, to Roy, son of Mr, and Mrs. Henry Moore. The wedding wilt take place at Knox United Church on Saturday, February 9, 1974. MYER& RASMUSSEN Mr. and Mrs. A. Eric Rasmussen announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Cheryl to Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Myers all of Saskatoon. The wedding will take place Saturday, January 26, 1974. Engagement" Notices Announcements to - appear under this heading will be accepted by The Star-Phoenix Classified Dept, up until Thurs. noon tor Saturday's paper of that week. Minimum charge of (3.04 for first 10 lines or less. Extra lines of 5 wards each are 33c per line. Photographs will be accepted in engagement notices. For more Information phone Miss Archer, Star Phoenix Bridal Desk, 632-9200. NOTICES Continued) THE CITY OF SASKATOON NOTICE OF MEETING OF COUNCIL TO CONSIDER AN ORDER FOR DEMOLITION TAKE NOTICE that, because of its ruinous and dilapidated state, the building situated upon Lot 5. in Block 2. Fl-m No. (GK) H 1377. which is commonly known as the civic address 420 Empress Street. In the City of Saa. katoon. In the opinion of City Council (a) is dangerous to th public safety and health. (b) substantially deprtdasa the value of the property In tb vicinity, and (c) Is detrimental to the amenities of the neighborhood; and has therefore been declared (o be a nuisance by a resolution of City Council. FURTHER TAKE NOTICE thit a meeting of Council will be held on Monday tht 25th day of February. A.D. 1974 at 7:00 p.m. in tha Council Chamber at the City Hall. Saskatoon, at which time tha making of on Order for Demolition of the said building will be considered. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that you will be given an opportunity to be heard at the aald meeting beiort an Order for Demolition is made. DATED at the City of Saskatoon, in the Province ol Saskatchewan, this 8th day ol January. A.D. 1974. The City of Saskttoon. H. S. Sears. Mayor. L. A. Kreuttwelsef, City Clerk. 1-14-C NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR CHANGE OF NAME NOTICE Is hereby given of the following application to the Director of Vital Statistics In tha Department of Public Health of the Province of Saskatchewan under the provisions of The Change of Name Act FROM: Elaine Shirley McEschtne (Known as Elaine Shirley Hassel) TO: Elaine Shirley Hassel FROM: Robert Allan McEeachnit TO: Robert Allan Haasel FROM: Douglas Wade McEachnla TO: Douglas Wsde Hassel DATED AT Saskatoon, in th Province ol Saskatchewan, this 3rd day of Jan.. A.D. 1974. Elaine Shirley McEachnio, No. 5 - 1705 22nd SL, Saskatoon. Sask. 1-14-c TENDERS Tenders for Gravel Stockpiles Staled tenders will be received by the undersigned until 2:00 p.m. Regina City Time on the date shown for the work listed below, and will be opened in public immediately thereafter. Tender forma and contract documents may be obtained from operations Branch. Room 331, Administration Building, Regina. Contract No. C(M 73107 For the construction of traffic gravel and oil treatment gravel stockpiles in the vicinity of Outlook. Swanson. De-lisle. Tessier Arelee, Sonningdale and Hawarden, a total of nine (9) stockpiles. Approximate Quantities Traffic Gravel 11.740 Tons Oil Treatment Gravel 49.160 Tons Haul 536.319 Ton Miles Deposit with Tender 5 of total bid. Tenders Close January 18. 1074. T. Gentles. Deputy Minister Saskatchewan Department of Highways. 1-14-c Department of Government Services , INVITATIONAL TENDERS Sealed tenders will be received by the District Manager. Department of Government Servloes. 1030 Idylwyld North. Saskatoon, until 10:00 a.m. Central Standard Time on January 29 1974. and will be opened in public immediately thereafter. The work consists of language lab Installations at Kelsey Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Tender documents may be viewed ind obtained from the Department of Government Services. 1030 Idylwyld North, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. The Province reserves the right to reject any or all tenders received. Deputy Minister Department of Government Services Province of Saskatchewan. 1-14-c Department of Government Services INVITATIONAL TENDERS - Sealed tenders 'wiU be received by the District Manager, Department of Government Services. 1030 Idylwyld North. Saskatoon, until 10:30 a.m.. Central Standard Time on January 23 1074. and will be opened In public immediately thereafter. The work consista of the supply and installation of circulating fans at the Highway Repair Depot, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Tender documents may be viewed and obtained from the Department of Gov-mment Services. 1030 Idylwyld North. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. The Province reserves the right to reject any or all tender! received. Deputy Minister Department of Government Services Province of Saskatchewan. 1-14-0 Department of Government Services INVITATIONAL TENDERS , . Sealed tenders wtU be received by the District Manager. Department of Government Services. 1030 Idylwyld North. Saskttoon. until 10:30 a.m., Central Standard Time oa January 23. 1074, and will be opened in public Immediately thereafter. The work consists of the supply and Installation of ne wunit heater at the Highway Repair Depot, Rose town. Saakachewan. Tender documenti may be viewed and obtained from the Department of Government Services. 1030 Idylwyld North. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. The Province reserves the right to reject any or all tenders received. Deputy Minister Department of Government Services Province of Saskatchewan. 1-14-C TENDERS (continued) GRAVEL CRUSHING The Rural Municipality of Aberdeen No. 373 Invites tenders for the crushing of 20.000 yards of material during theee winter months 1074. Crushing to take place at the R M. pit on S.E.-14-38-2-w3rd. Thus making this project eligible under our winter works program. Tenders to be In the hands of the undersigned by 12 o'clock noon February 4. 1074. T. Ratzlaff, Sec. Treas. Aberdeen. Sask. SOK 0A0 1-14-C-S DEATHS BODRUO THE PASSING OF MR-John J. Bodrug, age 02 years, of Macrorie. Sask.. occurred In Saskatoon. Sask. on January 10th. 1974. The funeral service wUl be held on Monday. Jan. 14th at 1.30 p.m. from (lie Seventh Day Adventist Church, conducted by Pastor S. Gallant, Pastor W. Frazier. Park Funeral Chapel wiU be In charge. Surviving are. his loving wife, Mae; three daughters. Miss Gloria Bodrug. Calgary, Alta.. Mrs. R. (Elatne) Johannson. Saskatoon. and Dolores, at home: two sons. Delwin and Dennis of Saskatoon; his father, Mr. Mike Bodrug, Brandon, Man.; and four sisters. Mrs. L. (Mary) Krause, Haney. B.C.. Mrs. J. (Martha) Klam, Lacombe. Alta., Mrs. G. (Rosa) Ross. Springfield. Ore., Mrs. A. (Esther) Murpuy. PorUand, Ore.: and two brothers. Joe of Saskatoon and Dave of Brandon, Man. Mr. Bodrug was predeceased by hit mother in 1066. Mr. Bodrug was born and took his schooling in Macrorie. Saskatchewan: and (armed In the Macrorie district all bis life. Mr. Bodrug was an Elder of the Seventh Day Adventist Church at Macrorie. Interment w-ill be made In the Wood-lawn Cemetery. 1-14-c MARK THE DEATH OF KIM FOOK Mark, age 82 years of 801 Avenue H. South. Saskatoon occurred in a local nursing home on January 10th. 1974. The funeral service will be held on Friday. January 18th, 1974 at 2 p.m. from McKague's Funeral Home, conducted by Rev. C. McMurtry. Surviving are: hie wife King Ku of Saskatoon, two sons King Kwongand King Yuen both of Saskatoon, Fourteen grandchildren and four greatgrandchildren. One brother Kim Luke of Saskatoon. Mr. Mark was born in Canton. China and came to Canada 03 years ago and has been a resident of Saskatoon for the past 40 years. Interment will be made in the Chinese Cemetery. Guest parking directly south of the Funeral Home. Third Avenue and 20th Street. 1-14-c MEREDITH THE DEATH OF MR. Fred Meredith, age 68. formerly of Asquith, Sask., occurred in Brantford, Ontario, January 10. The funeral service will be held January 14 from Central Baptist Church. Brantford, with burial in Mount Hope Cemetery. Surviving are: bis wife. Vera, and five sisters. Mrs. W. A. (Edith) Neelin. Yorkton. Miss Nellie Meredith of Brantford. Miss Amy Meredith. Saskatoon. Mrs. M. J. (Grace) McKee. Saskatoun. and Mrs. M. J. (Hazel) Malcolm, Burlington. Ontario. 1-14-p POCOCK THE DEATH OF MRS. Anne DArge Pocock, age 80 years, formerly of 610 3rd Avenue, North, Saskatoon, occurred in a local hospital on January 10th. 1974. The funeral service will be held on Monday January !4th. at 2 pm. from McKagues Funeral Home, conducted by Dr. R. A. Davidson. Surviving are: one daughter. Mrs. Dean (Barbara) Walker of Saskatoon; one son Lloyd Pocock, oi Aberdeen: six grandchildren and two great grandchildren; and one sister. Mrs. James (Mary) Talt. of Saskatoon. Mrs. Po. cock was predeceased by her husband. William. In August, 1972, by an infant son. Thomas, by two sisters, and by two brothers. Mrs. pocock was bum in Scotland. She immigrated from Reston. Scotland, to Reston. Manitoba, In 1913,- and moved to Saskatoon In 1914. She married William Pocock in 1920. and moved to Outlook for a time before moving to Aberdeen. Mrs. Pocock retired to Saskatoon about 20 years ago. Mrs. Pocock was a member of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, a charter member of the Aberdeen I.O.D.E.. and the SCH Womens Auxiliary. The family would appreciate donations to a charily of the donora choice rather than floral tributes. Interment will be made in the family plot m the Wood-lawn Cemetery. Guest parking directly south of Funeral Home, 3rd Ave. and 20th Street. 1-14-c ROCH THE PASSING OF MR. Jean Baptiste Roch. age SI years, of No. 2 McAskill Crescent. Saskatoon, occurred in a local hospital on Jan. llth, 1974. The funeral service will be held on Monday, Jan. 14th at 10.00 a.m. from St. Francis Roman Catholic Church, conducted by Rev. D. Leeper. Prayers wiU be said in St. Francis Roman Catholic Church on Sunday evening at 7.30 p.m. Surviving are: his loving wife. Francoise; three daughters, Mrs. L. (Yvonne) Dumonceau of Edmonton, Alberta, Dr. Madeleine Roch of Kirksville, Missouri, and Mrs, J. (Marie) May-hew of Saskatoon. Mr. Radi is also survived by 13 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren. A resident of Saskatoon for tile past 6 years, Mr. Roch was bom in France and came to Canada In 1914 to Kennedy, Sask. He later homesteaded in the Butte St. Pierre area, where he farmed until his retirement. He was a member of the Butte St. Pierre school board for many years and helped to stress the importance of education In the district. Mr. Roch had served with the French army during the First World War. Interment will be made in the Roman Catholic Cemetery. Park Funeral Chapel will be In charge of arrangements. 1-14-c SAUNDERS FREDERICK NATHAN Saunders passed away peacefully on January llth. 1974. at the age of 79 years. The funeral aervice will be held on a time and day to be announced later. McKagues Funeral Home will be In charge. Surviving are his loving wife, Gladys, one daughter. Mrs. Pete (Marjei Zere-beski of Saskatoon, two sons, Ken. and Bryce, both of Saskatoon, several grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. and one sister, Mrs. Ada Mathews, of Port Coquitlam. B.C. Mr. Saunders was a member of the A.F. end A.M. in Borden. Flowers are gratefully declined, friends may make donations to a charity of their choice in memory of Mr. Saunders. Interment will be made in the Borden Cemetery. 1-14-c FUNERALS 3 CHAPPELL THE FUNERAL SER-vice of Lydia Chappell, who died on January 8th, 1974. was held from First Saskatchewan Lutheran Church near Langham on Friday, Jan. lltb at 2.00 p.m.. conducted by Mr. Larry Thompson. Honorary pallbearers were: Wilbur Walker, Bill Chappell. Ernie Chappell, Duncan McTavish, Donald McTavish, Allan McTavish. Active pallbearers were: Bryan Chappell, Rick Chappell, Brian Thiessen, Barry Chappell. Ron Chappell, Ken Chappell. Interment took place in First Saskatchewan Lutheran Church Cemetery. Saskatoon Funeral Home was In charge of arrangements. 1-14-c KOWBELc-THE FUNERAL SERVICE of Sir. John Kowbel. who died on January 9th, 1074 was held from St. Georges Cathedral on January llth at 0:30 a.m. Conducted by Most Rev. A. Roborecki, Rt. Rev. J. Olynyk, Rev. W. lwaszko and Hev. P. Kryworuchka. pallbearers were: George Yanlcky. John Grevi, Nick Herrick, Wasyl Kowaluk. Philip Sawula. Peter Melnyk. Interment was made In the Catholic Cemetery. Arrangements were In care of West-wood Funeral Chapel. 1-14-c NADEAU THE FUNERAL SER-vlce of Sister Marie Anticline Nadeau. who died on January Oth. 1974. was held from Convent of Sion Chapel on Friday. Jan. llth nt 10.30 a.m., conducted by The Most Rev. J. P. Mahoney. The Right Rev. J. Dormans. Pallbearers were: J. Charle-bols. H. Fleury. W. C. McDonald, H. thevrier, W. Fleury, J. Zimmer. Interment took place in WoodUwn Catholic Cametery, Saskatoon Funeral Home was in charge of arrange-i ments. l-14-c WILSON THE FUNERAL SERVICE of Mr. Archie Wilson, who died on January 8th. 1074. was hold from the Mayfair Kingdom Hall on Friday, Jan. llth at 1.00 p.m., conducted by Mr. Donald Lins. Pallbearers were; Elmer Leedahl, Gene Foy, Wesley Lelkam, Albert Wllchynskl, Gordon Fitzsimmons, Harry Kochan. Interment was mada In the Watrous Cemetery. Park Funeral Chapel was In chart of funeral arrangements. 1-14-c HOW TO WRITE A GOOD CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT- 1. IT S BEST to start your ad with the name of the article er service you have to offer. If you have en apartment, room. etc. for rent, or property for sale-, itert your ad wub the location. t. BE CLEAR. Reader! respond more quickly tad favorably when given complete, definite Information. I. MAKE IT EASY for the reader-prospect to reach you. Alw.vs Slve your telephone number or your name and address. If you o not bays regular hours, state e preferred time for the prospect to get In touch with you. 4. PLAY SAFE. You get the greatest reader attentlon"'by using consecutive Insertions. A six-dav order Is best and costs less and you ctn. of course, stop your ad as soon as you get the results you want. You pay only for the dive your id appeared. Lower monthly rates are available to those who wish to keep their aervlcea or products before the public every day. I. PI-ACE YOURSELF In the reader's position and ask yourself what you went to know about your offer. The answer you give will make a good Classified Ad. 8. GIVE YOUR PROSPECT every Inducement you can with good copy. Classified action ad readers have the money and are already Interested In buying the merchandise or service you have to offer: tha details and Information you give are the moat Important. 7. CLASSIFIED APS THAT FAIL to bring tho desired resulta do so usually, not throush a lack of readership, but becauao they are poorly worded or contaii Inadequate information. I. TO PLACE YOUR AD. call 653-2100. your direct line number to fast Classified Ad action A courteous, efficient ad-visor will be fled to help you word aad place your erder. And remember Star-hoenix Classified Ada afford you the moat complete coverage. Telephones are open daily, Monday through Friday, 1.30 a.m. to 9.30 p.m. end Saturday 8.30 a.m. to 13 boob. FUNERALS (Continued) WILKINSON THE FUNERAL SER-vlce of Florence Ethel Wilkinson, who died on Dec. 24th. 1973 was held from the Delisle United Church on Friday. Dec. 28th. 1973. conducted by Rev. Cyril Dyke. Mrs. Wilkinson, g resident of Delisle from 1921 to 1971. . was predeceased by her husband, Perclval in May 1973. Interment was made in the Delisle Cemetery with tlie following acting as pallbearers: Messrs. Stanley Nugent. Mervin Wright, Hans Vlndlng. Robert Crulk-shank David Pattlson and Kerin Wright. Outlook Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements. 1-14-p IN MEMORIAM McKEE IN LOVING MEMORY OF a dear husband and father. Alex, who passed away Jan. 13. 1954. Gone from us, but leaving memories Death can never take away Memories that will always linger. While Upon this earth we stay. Ever remembered and sadly missed by his wife and family. 1-14-p PHILLIPS IN LOVING MEMORY of our dear mother and grandmother, Eva May. who passed away Jan. 12, 1971. In our hearts she Is fondly remembered. Sweet memories cling to her name. Those who loved ber In Ufa sincerely. Still love her in death just the same. Ever remembered and sadly mitsed by her sons, daughters and grand children. 1-14-c REBIN. MARY F. IN LOVING memory of our dear mother and frandmother. who passed away on anuary 12, I960.. In our hearts your memory lingers Sweetly lender, fond and true. There is not a day. dear mother. That we do not think of you. Ever remembered and fondly missed by Alex, Thelma and chit dren. t-14-c STADNYK IN LOVING MEMORY of husband, father and brother Nicholas. who passd away Jan. 13. 1972. God took hm home, it was his will. But in our hearts we love him still, His memory is as dear today As in the hour he passed away. We often sit and think of him When we are all alone For memory is the only friend That grief can call Its own. Sadly missed by his wife and all the family. 1-14-p WELKER IN LOVING MEMORY OF our dear brother. Jeffrey, w ho passed away Jan. 13. 1973. To one we will never forget His absence to us is a sorrow His loss we will always regret. Lovingly remembered by Larry. Debbie and Linda. 1-14-C WILLIAMS IN LOVING MEMORY OF a dear wife, mother and grandmother Ceinwcn who passed away January 12. 1973. God closed your weary eyes to ease the pain, To wish you back would be in vain. You suffered much and told so few, You never deserved what you came through. In our lonely hours of thinking Thoughts of you are always near. We who loved you sadly miss you As it dawns another year. Always remembered and sadly missed by her husband Tommy, Marlene. Roger, Brad, Brent and Michelle. 1-14-p THE STAR-PHOENIX HAS A SUPPLY of verses for your convenience in making up your "In Memoriam." xtl CARDS OF THANKS MY SINCERE THANKS TO ALL those who sent flowers, gifts, cards snd letters while I was hospitalized In City Hospital during October. Thanks to the doctors, nurses and staff of the Orthopaedic Ward with particular appreciation to Dr. Alma. Thank you also to those who remembered me so kindly at Christmas Mrs. B. (Isabel) Crabbe. 1-14-c FUNERAL DIRECTORS 7 PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL Jack M. Binkley Donald Somers 311 3rd Ave.. No. Phono 244-2103 xtf WESTWOOD 4 FUNERAL CHAPEL Rae J. Murdock Terry Mtchayluk Phone 653-3434 20th St. A Ave. N. Itf McKAGUES FUNERAL HOME M. McKague R. J. McKague D. A. Newblgging Phono 242-3131 300 3rd Ave., S- xtt SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME W. ARNOLD EDWARDS ROBERT F. DAURIE Ph. 244-5517 338 4th Ave., N. Ill CREMATORIUMS 7A PRAIRIE VIEW CHAPEL Memorial and Cremation Services Highway 11 South 242-7884 Box 2081 xtf MEMORIAL SOCIETY 8 MEMORIAL SOCIETY OF SASK. P.O. Box 1846, Saskatoon Xtf LOST AND FOUND 16 LOST ONE OLDSMOBILE HUB cap on 23rd St. 053-3361. 1-15-C SALES PERSONNEL SALES REPRESENTATIVE REQU1R ed by large snack foods firm. Duties will Involve some oul-of-town work Must be able to drive S Ion truck. This position will lead to g success ful sales career to one who can prove their ability. Applicant must be neat in appearance and married. Apply to P.O. Box 1672. staling age and tales experience U any. 1-15-c 11 REAL ESTATE SALES PERSONNEL, male or female required for used home department. We offer commissions up to 70. with training on the job. free parking and a friendly and helpful staff to work with. Contact Mr. Stew Schoenhals at Universal Realty Lid.. 243-5th Ave. N. or phone S52-707S during office hours. 1-14-C WANTED TOBACCO REPRESENTA-tive. Saskatoon and Northern Saskatchewan. preferrably with sales experience. Please send resume to Box 241 D Star-Phoenix. 1-14-c SALES PERSON OR PERSON INTER-ested In training as a piano and or- f-an salesperson. Required lmmed-ately by National Piano and Organ retail outlet, interest In music Important. Apply Box 242-D Star-Phoenix. tf TEXAS OIL COMPANY NEEDS PER-son over 40 for short trips surrounding Saskatoon. Contact customers. We train. Write W. C. Dickerson. Pres. Southwestern Petroleum, Box 789. Ft. Worth. Tex. 1-14-c EXCITING NEW SALES CAREER A permanent position offering the highest potential Income. We are ' a well-known national organization. Previous sales experience Is not necessary as you will receive a comprehensive study course. Applicants from the ages of 25 may phone for an interview at 242-1282. 1-14-c-s OLD, ESTABLISHED FRATERNAL lodge, seeks dignified, ethical men and women to Interview candidates for membership in our lodge. Earnings in the 812.000 per year and up. Age 23 to 53. and own a car. For confidential interview phone 244-0089, 9 a.m. till 3:00 p.m. 1-10-c WE HAVE OPENING-FOR SALES-lady or salesman, age no barrier. Saskatoon area to sell business gifts, matches, calendars, lighters, pens, decals, thouands of other items. Other areas available. Reply Northwest Advertising Specialties Ltd.. Ste. 304. 10826 - 124 Street,' Edmonton. Alta. 452-2323. 1-19-c SALESPERSON TO HANDLE FLOOR sales. Experience in hardware preferred. Power Farm Sales, P.O. Box 1628. 653-2733. 1-18-C HELP WANTED 12 PEOPLES JEWELLERS Require a manager trainee for the Confederation Park Store. Apply in person at the Confederation Park Store. ' 1-14-c JOURNEYMAN PIPEFITTER , With Welding Experience . . ' IRONWORKER OR BOILERMAKER With experience In refinery rigging and ability to perform basic welding. JOURNEYMAN ELECTRICIAN INSTRUMENT MAN A Technical School Graduate with Refinery or Ga Plant experience preferred. Required, for maintenance department of Petroleum Refinery in the Edmonton area. Pay rate 85.03 per hour Permanent employment Complete benefit program Write giving particular No. 1870X Star-Phoenix. to Box 1-14-c WANTED, CAPABLE PERSONS FOR full time and part time cooking positions. Experience not necessary. Apply in person, Smittys Pancake House, Midtown Plaza. Phone 242-2026. 1-19-C WANTED. MATURE BABYSITTER TO come In. Exhibition area. For elderly lady. 9 a.m. 4 p.m. 53-0263. 1-15-p SASKATOON PUBLIC BOARD OF EDUCATION require th services of iteno-grapher at Aden Bowman Collegiate. duties to commence February 1. 1974. Salary ranging from 8380 to 8531. Applications will be received by the undersigned until Thunday, January 17. 1874. Geo. Newfeld . Director of Personnel Saskatoon Board of Education l-14-i WANTED RELIABLE TAXI DRIVER for private owner. Good commission paid. 374-0011. 1-17-c Asphalt Sales-Estimator Required for an asphalt contractor In Cranbrook, B.C.. The applicant must be experienced with current base and asphalt construction techniques and costs. Satary to bo negotiable based on qualifications. Applications with resume to B.A. Blacktop (Cranbrook) Ltd.. Ft. Pemberton Avenue, North Vancouver, B.C. 1-15-c WANTED FRONT-END ATTEND-ant trainees, 242-4273 or 52-0910. xtf WANTED Experienced Auto Trimmer for landing upholstery . shop. 14.30 per hour. Contact Barry at Chinook Auto Upholstery, Calgary 287-0410. 1-10-c OLD ESTABLISHED FIRM OPEN lng new office need 2 representatives fed up with poor wages. Wonderful money miking opportunity. Apply 253 B 3rd Ave. S.. Saskatoon. 1-23-c TRUCK DRIVER FOR CITY PICKUP. Knowledge of city streets essential. Older person could qualify. Apply In person 339 Ave. C south. 1-18-0 SALES PERSONNEL (Continued) 12 WANTED: COCKTAIL WAITRESS waiter for the Sheraton Cavalier. Apply in person to the TentN Tavern between 1-4 p.m. tf EXPERIENCED WA1TRESSESWAIT-ers wanted for dining room, cocktail bar and coffee shop. Also dishwasher. Apply In person after 0 p.m. Marigold Restaurant, 258 3rd Ave.. South. tf STRUCTURAL FITTERS REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY FOR OUR REGINA PLANT Journeyman rate $4.37 per hour. Excellent working conditions. Pension plan and welfare benefits. Shift premium. Please call collect Mrs. M. Beaudin to arrange an interview 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. DOMINION BRIDGE CO., LTD. 12TH AVE. AND FRANCIS ST.. REGINA. SASK. 527-404(1 ext. 243 1-14-C GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY Large bouse moving company in Vancouver. B.C. needs personnel. Write Gordon at 277 McPhllllpe Street, Wpg.. Man. for an application. 1-14-c IN A BUDGET SQUEEZE? BILLS piling up? Take the pressure off with the extra cash you can earn as an Avon representative. Call Mrs. Stewart 244-1048. 1-15-c RELIEF NIGHT AUDITOR FOR Local motor hotel. 242-8881 for appointment. 1-15-c QUALIFIED WELDERS WANTED. 83.00 per hour. 255-2112. 1-22-c SASKCOMP Invites Applications For The Position Of GENERAL MANAGERS . SECRETARY This Is I responslbls Secretarial position which Involves a variety of duties including typing; taking and transcribing dictation: Interviewing visitors and callers to determine the nature of problems; referring persons to proper official's) in the organization: maintaining records and compiling reports: and composing letters for signature on routine matters. The person we are looking for would have a thorough working knowledge of spelling, grammar, and composition of business letters; an exceptional ability 10 establish and maintain satisfactory working relationships with the public and other staff members: and would have completed Grade XII supplemented by secretarial science or commercial courses: or have an equivalent combinauon of experience and training. , Salary range (under review) 8475 8600 Resumes of training, education, work experience and personal statistics should be submitted by January 21 to: L.L. Spetx. Office Manager Saskatchewan Computer Utility Corporation 400 Campion College Building Regina. Campus REGINA. Saskatchewan. 1-14-C TRUCK DRIVER. CITY DELIVERY. Immediate. 632-502S. 1-14-c NATIONAL PAINT COMPANY RE-quires young responsible person for warehouse and front counter duties. 382-2822. 1-15-c REQUIRED Experienced parts clerk also shipper and receiver in heavy equipment shop. Permanent position. 5 day week. Apply lving references to Box 255D Star-hoenix. 1-19-c BARTENDER WANTED to work at Sheraton Cavalier. Experience preferred but not necessary. Apply in person between 1:304:30 p.m. to Mr. ' ' PROFIT SHARING HELP WANTED. Tinsmith, must know gas and od servicing. Plumber journeyman with gas qualifications. Electrician, journeyman with papers. One of above to be working manager. Contact Box 787. Eston, Sask., or phone Don at 382-7272, Saskatoon. 1-14-p WANTED. EXPERIENCED TRUCK driver to operate tandem van. Apply at 1402, Quebec Ave. Acklands Ltd. 1-18-e Group Home Co-ordinator 8 city group homes for teenageri. 10-1 co-operate to hire a fuU ume permanent co-ordlnator starting at 8450 per month. Applicants should be over 21 end must have extensive experience working with people, be able to act as consultant to staff, and be willing to accept administrative duties. Apply In writing to Box 254D. Star-Phoenix, stating age. experience, education and work preferences. Applications will be accepted until Jan. 21. 1-18-e EARN WHILE YOU LEARN WITH Vanda Beauty Counselor, 374-4254: 374-0815; 374-6890. 1-17-C HEAVY DUTY DIESEL MECHANIC for steady employment at Fort Nelson. B.C. Must have experience with Caterpillar equipment. Good salary. Apply Box 389, Dawson Creek, B.C. 1-17-e EXPERIENCED WELDER FOR steady employment at Fort Nelson. B.C.. with heavy duty construction company. Good salary. Apply Box 389, Dawson Creek, B.C. 1-17-c MATURE PERSON WANTED FOR steady work on poultry farm near Saskatoon. Office hours 9 a.m. 8 p.m. Starline Farms 382-2351. 1-15-c WANTED, TOWN POLICE FOR THE Town of Cudworih, elate ate. ex- ?erience and salary expected. Duties o commenc March 1. 1974. Mrs. B. LeplUkt Box 89. Cudwortb, Sask. l-18-c University of Saskatchewan BUILDINGS A GROUNDS DEPARTMENT Require TRADES HELPER (ELECTRICIAN'S APPRENTICE) Qualifications: Applicants must have Grade X, mechanical aptitude and lecirical knowledge. Some related experience Is preferred. Saliry: B558 per month to 844 per month or Indentured apprentice scale. Apply to: Th Personnel Office Rni. 105 Administration Bldg. University of Saskatchewan Saskatoon. Sask. y 1-14-0 HELP WANTED (Continued) HELP WANTED 12 (Continued) EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES The Saskatchewan Fair Employment practices Act prohibits, with some exception, any advertising that expresses either directly or indirect ly any limitation, specification or prefeience as to a persons sex. race, creed, colour, religion, nationality. ancestry, or place of ongin. The positions listed are in compliance with the Act. CLOSING DATE FOR RF.CIEPT OF APPLICATIONS FOR THE FOLLOWING: JANUARY 19. 1974. 7414 ACCOUNTING CLERK I, Department of Natural Resources, Budgets & Accounting, Administrative Building. Regina, Saskatchewan. (2 positions) 84,572-85,868 High School commercial graduation OR Grade Ten supplemented by commercial or bookkeeping courses, and two years related experience. CLOSING DATE FOR REC1EPT OF APPLICATIONS FOR THE FOLLOWING: JANUARY 26. 1974. 7513 RESOURCE PATROLMAN. Department of Northern Saskatchewan. Resource Development, Uranium City, Sask 16,012 Preferably some experience in fire prevention and suppression, fur. fish and game conservation and practical experience in travelling and living in sparsely populated areas of the Province and completion of the eighth grade. 7527 RESOURCE TECHNICIAN 1 - Department of Northern Saskatchewan. Resource Development, Uranium City, Saskatchewan $6,312 58,064 Some experience in resource management field work, completion of the twelfth school grade and graduation from a two-year technical resource management course of recognized standing. OR Extensive experience In resource conservation field work and completion of the twelfth school grade, supplemented by technical courses In resource management from a recognized technical school or Institute. 7307 SAFETY OFFICER, Government Services. Administrative Services Branch, Personnel Division. Regina. Saskatchewan. .. 38,263 $10,560 (under review) Responsible throughout the Province of Saskatchewan for the organization and administration of the Department of Government Services Accident Prevention Pro-gram, including the investigation of accidents, the written and oral report of proven or probable accident causes, the making of recommendations pertaining to safety practices and procedures and the instruction of staff in all areas of industrial safety. Must have guod knowledge of occupational hazards in construction and maintenance fields and must be capable of determining probable accident causes. Must ' nave Grade XII education preferably supplemented by formal Classes In safety promotion. 7544 SENIOR SPECIALIST (PHYSICIAN ID. Department of Public Health, Souris Valley Extended Care Hospital, Weyburn, Saskatchewan. Sr. Specialist .... $21,079 $33,024 Physician II .... $17,544 $22,404 Senior Specialist preferably specialist In internal medidne. Physician 11 Interest in Chronic illnesses. License to practice medicine in the Province of Saskatchewan. 7545 CIVIL ENGINEER HI. (Traffic Safely Engineer). Department of Highways A Transportation Traffic Safety Engineering, Regina, Saskatchewan. .. $12,804 $16332 University graduation In Civil Engineering and considerable experience in the field of traffic safety engineering research or -closely related areas. 7546 HIGHWAY PROJECT SU- PERVISOR 1, ' Department of Highways k Transportation, Operations, Princ Albert, Saskatchewan $9,120 $11,018 Extensive progressively significant work experience as a technical assistant in engineering supervision and control of highway design and construction projects, completion of the twelfth school grade including courses in algebra. plane trigonometry, physics and drafting, preferably supplemented by university level classes in engineering subjects. 7517 HIGHWAY PROJECT SUPERVISOR II. Department of Highways and Transportation Operations, prince Albert. Saskatchewan. .... $10,290 $13.11 (Under review) Extensive progressively responsible and varied experience as a Highway Project Supervisor 1. or comparable experience, completion of the twelfth school grade supplemented by formal training in engineering technology, or an equivalent combination of experience and training. 7548 LIVESTOCK INSPECTOR. ' Department of Agriculture. Animal Industry Branch. Yorkton. Saskatchewan. .. $5363 . $7,488 Considerable experience necessary with livestock, particularly cattle. Good knowledge of stock-yard operations, livestock handling and general livestock work are important attributes for applicants. Minimum academic requirement of eleventh school grade. Preference will be given to applicants with two years lit College , of Agriculture. 7540 DAIRY TECHNICIAN. De- f ailment of Agriculture, Animal ndustry Branch, Melfort, Saskatchewan $0,792 $3,078 Several years practical expert-ence in dairy herd management and completed Grade XII 1$ required. Preference will be given to appUcanti with a diploma from the School of Agricultitr tor equivalent training). 7552 PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATOR 1 (Training Officer Public Relational. Department of Government Services, Administrative Services Branch, Personnel Division, Regina. Saskatchewan $3,892 $11,340 (Under review) Responsible for the planning, organization and conducting of training programs at all levels of staff, with ability to lecture and lead group discussions. Considerable skill In oral and written language necessary. Thorough knowledge, of, and training In public relations worn Is essential, preferably within government service. Supervisory ability preferred. University graduation with courses in: administration, teaching, journalism, andor related subjects, one to three years experience end train-ln. 7554 - GARAGE ATTENDANT. Department of Government Services, Central Services Branch, Central Vehicle Agencies Dlvl-eloh, Regina. Saskatchewan .... $4,813 8,15 Preferably some experience In service station work and com-. pletlon of tb eighth school grade. 7557 STOCK CLERK II, Department of Highways and Transportation. Warehouse Advance Account, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. . $3,184 88312 Some experience es a first level slock clerk or as a labourer in a warehouse or slock room or -in routine clerical work and completion of th tenth school grade. , 7550 80C1AL SERVICE WORKER 1. Department ef Social Service. Operations Branch. Dale House. Regina, Saskatchewan. Non B.A 6.024 . 18.473 B.A 88.060 88.802 Tech. Grad 88.312 University graduation In the social sciences or graduation from a recognized Social Work Technical Training Course or extensive experience In public contact work in such fields as education, nursing, community service, group work snd completion of th twelfth school grade. 7560 - LABORATORY SCIEN-T1STS I, Department ef Public Heellh. provincial Laboratory, HELP WANTED 12 (Continued) EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES (Continued tram last column) ' Regina. Sask. .. $7,308 $ 9.343 (with honors) .... $8,472 - 810.812 (under review) Conduct as well as supervise the chemical and biological analysis of samples of water, soils, or biological materials for assessment of burden of objectionable inorganic or organic pollutants. Successful completion of an Honors or 4 year degree course with a major in chemistry preferably supplemented with a volume of experience in carrying out analysis with chromatographic, fluori-metnc, atomic absorption and similar Instruments. 7531 PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATOR IIL Department of Natural Resources. Personnel Branch. Regina, Saskatchewan. .. $13,704 - $17,544 Extensive responsible experience in many facets of personnel administration, university graduation in commerce, business administration or the social sciences preferably supplemented by further course work In related areas. 7564 SENIOR NURSE. Department of Public Health. Psychiatric Service Branch. Alunro Wing 4t Clinic. Regina. Saskatchewan $7,128 - $3,678 (Under review) Graduation from an approved school of psychiatric or general - nursing; registration as a Psychiatric or General Nurse in tile Province of Saskatchewan: cr.e year of recent (within ihe last three years) experience in a psychiatric centre or psychiatric ward in a general hospital preferably In a supervisory role. C-554 CLERK TYPIST II Department of Northern Saskatchewan. Resource Development. Uranium City, Saskatchewan. .. $4,248 -$5 44$ Trainee $3,75$ - $4.1 A (Under review) Grade XII supplemented with one year related experience or Grade X! supplemented with 11-j years related office experience , or Grade X supplemented with 2 years related oilice experience. Those candidates unable to net the experience factor will be considered is trainees. Typing speed; 43 w.p.m. C-535 CLERK TYPIST II, Department of Northern Saskatchewan. Resources Development, Le Loche. Sask $4,248 45.448 Trainee $3,758 84.140 (Under review) Grade XII supplemented with one year related office experience or Grade XI supplemented with U4 years related office experience or Grade X supplemented with 2 years related office experience. Those candidates unable to meet the experience factor w-ill be considered as trainees, v. Typing Speed: 45 W.p.m. C-558 CLERK TYPIST II. Do- ' partment of Northern Saskatchewan. Resource Development, Pelican Narrows, Saskatchewan $4,248 $5,448 Trainee $3,758 4.140 (Under review ) Grade XII supplemented with one year related office experience or Grade XI supplemented with li years related office experience or Grade X supplemented with 2 years related office experience. Those candidates unable to meet the experience factor will be considered as trainees. Typing Speed: 45 w.p.m. C-557 CLERK TYPIST III. Department of Northern Saskatchewan. Resource Development. La Rouge, Sask 5.310 $8,792 (Under review) Grade XII supplemented with years related office experience or Grade XI supplemented with li years related office experience or Grade X supplemented with 3Va years related office experience. (One year of the ie-lated office experience must have been at the II level). Typing speed: 50 w.p.m. C-359 CLERK TYPIST II. Department of Agriculture. Regional Extension Services. Rosthern, Saskatchewan (4,248 $5,448 Trainee $3,758 $4,140 (Under review) Grade XII eupplemented with one year related office experience or Grade XI supplemented with qk years related office experience or Grade X supplemented with 2 years related office experience. Typing speed: 45 w-.p.m. Those candidates unable to meet the experience ' factor will be considered es trainees. CLOSING DATE FOR RECEIPT OF APPLICATIONS FOR THE FOLLOWING: AS SOON AS POSSIBLE CC 1648 PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE I, Department of Public Health. Regional Health Services. Assistance to Home Care Program. Zenon Park. Saskatchewan. $7,872 I $.588 8S.26S $10.05 Trainee $8,670 - ..$10, 560 Experience In professional nursing work, preferably Including some experience in public health nursing, completion of Grade XII and graduation from an approved school of nursing, supplement- -ed by a diploma in public health nursing, or B.Sc.N. degree with preparation in public health nursing. Eligibility for registration as a nurse In the Province ol Saskatchewan. CC 6533 COMMUNICATIONS REPRESENTATIVE. Department of Agriculture, Agriculture Extension Branch. Communications Division, Regina, Saskatchewan. .. $ 9.588 912.192 With degree 110.560 $13 440-. (Under review) Considerable experience in radio, television and journalism, preferably in agricultural Information or related fields, and university graduation In agriculture or Journalism; or an equivalent combination of training and experience. CC 7263 ADJUNCTIVE THERA-P1ST III. Department of Public Health. Souris Valley Extended Care Hospital. Weyburn, Saskatchewan. Diploma $ $.818 $12,493 Degreo $10.29$ . $13,118 R.P.N I 9.120 911.01 A diploma or degree In physical therapy with considerable practical experience, preferably supplemented with supervisory duties. Eligible for registration with the Saskatchewan Physical Therapy Association. CC 7359 ADJUNCTIVE THERAPIST II, Department of Public Health. Souris Valley Extended Cara Hospital, Weyburn, Saskatchewan. $7,872 $10,059 Preference will be given to Registered Occupational Therapists or Individuals eligible fur registration in the C.A.OvT. CC 7588 PSYCHOLOGIST 111. Department of Social services, . Regional Services Branch. Regina. Sask. 813.110 . 118,7.1 (Undet review) To provide psychological services to children In the Departments' child care Institutions. Preferably some responsible w-ork experience In research er clinical psychology: completion of e doctorate degree In psychology Including courses In clinical psychology, interview type psy- . chologlcal tests, research methodology and advanced statistical techniques. FOR APPLICATIONS PLEASE CONTACT: CANADA MANPOWER CENTRES LOCATED IN ESTE-VAN. WEYBURN, NORTH BAT-TLEFORD. REGINA. SWIFT CURRENT. YORKTON. MOOSE JAW. PRINCE ALBERT. SASKATOON AND LLOYDMINSTER. FOR Ah PLICATIONS PLEASE CONTACT THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION. 1820 ALBERT STREET, REGINA. SASKATCHEWAN. Net: A separate end complete explication must be submitted for each position for which you are applying. The application form is an essential pert of your examination. Read It carefully end answer til questions fully, tf y-u do not complete the form la every detail and If you do not eslab-Ush that you have tt least qualifications for the positions for which you are applying, the form will be returned to vou. l-14-o (Continued oa next column) 9 I

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