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20 the STAB-PHOENIX Saskatoon, Monday, January 17, 1972 V I I f - - 1 Bangladesh mourns dead DACCA (Reuter) Flags Sunday, the fourth close neigh-were flown at half mast and bor of the new state and the people wore black badges in eighth country to do so. Bangladesh Sunday in national The Himalayan kingdom an-mourning for the estimated nounced its decision in a state- three million Bengalis who died ment distributed by Nepal's Na- m the fight for a free uangia- tionai News Agency, flesh. ' "It is the government's ear- Puhlie ceremonies were held "est hope that the - people of throughout the country to mark Bangladesh will safeguard their the day and prayers were of- independence with the same fered In mosques, temples and le;a ; and determination with churches. Prime Minister Sheik Mujibur m'nis''d' which they won it,' 'the state- Rahman urged the people to re- dedicate themselves to the ur gent task of reconstruction so With the Nepalese announce ment, Bangladesh has now been recognized by its four immedi ate neighbors India, Bhutan, 22 & ?!ld th"6 iurmT' and"'NTFTaThe . auu uic reois ui vui ,-:. ,M-w U- .... lJ wumiia nave CAlcnucu shall not go in vain.' recognition are East Germany, "There is not a single family p0and, Bulgaria and Mongolia'. u oannuiuc.m wuiw. ney are not human beings been affected in one way or an- they ,are- uncivilized cretins," o.cner, ne ala- , ' . ' . ' Mujib said of the Pakistani Crowds of people marched m troops. "All people have some piuLCMiuui-iu me B iuo animal qualities, but these peo-in Dacca, including worker and ple are worse than anjmais student organizations. He called the .action by Paki-. nuul"3" s stan in its former province of gees outsiae nis nouse, mujio East pakistan the "greatest sam: inc ruiuswiu wuiy iia massacre of people in history." renaerea us to destitutes, we Mujibi interviewed for British will have to build up our golden television by David Frost in Bengal with- whatever has been Daccai said p,akistani forces leIJ; . . grabbed him last March after Almost the entire population machine-gunning his East Paki- had been displaced or affected stani home and terrorizing his in some way by the "barbarous family a t r o c i t i e s" of the Pakistan , The siar-old prime minis-army during a penod of nine ter was freeQ by pakistan prM. months, he said. v . ident Zulfikar All Bhutto after Mujib also sounded a warning nine months detainment in to businessmen, who, he said, which he was sentenced to were trying to expiuit me snua- death for treason. Index to Classifications Acreage. Acreage Industrial ... SI Agents 12B Articles For Sale 25 Articles Wanted 26 Auto Repairs & Accessories ... 73 Autos & TrucKs wanted ri Autos For Sala 71 Babysitting ISC B C Properties 62 Births 1 Bicycles 4- Motorcycles a Board Room M Board & Room Wanted 97 Boats (t Accessories 28A Business Opportunities 69 Business k Prof. Directory ... 78 Buildings 43A Card of Thanks i 5 Coins Stamps 24A Crematoriums 7A Deaths 2 Detectiva Security 23A Domestic Help Wanted 13 B Engagements 1A Farm Lands For Sal 58 Farms Wanted 59 Feed Seed 35 Female Help Wanted IS Female Situations Wanted .... 15 Financial M Florists I Forthcoming Marriage! IB Funerals 3 Funeral Directors 1 Furnishings ?5A Furniture Rentals 25B Garages & Parking 47 Gardening 35A Garden Produce 34 Help Wanted iMale-Female) ... li Hospital Personnel 16A Hotels Motels 68 Houses For Rent (Furnished i .. 45 Houses For Rent (Unfurnished) 4 Houses For Sale 44 Houses Wanted 41 Investments 50 In Memoriam 4 Investment Properties 50A Insurance 63 A Listings Wanted 39 Livestock & Accessories ....... 33 Loans Wanted 64 Lost Se Found 10 Lots Wanted 41 Lots For Sale 40 Machinery t Repairs 30 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 21 A Personal 24 Pet Stock , 37 Plumbing. 22 A Poultry & Eggs 31 Real Estate 43 Resorts 2T Roofing Eavestroughs 22 Rooms Furnished 53 Rooms Unfurnished 54 Rooms (Furnished 4 Unfuro.) .. 54A Rooms Wanted 55 Situations Wtd. (Male-Female) . 17 Snowmobiles ft Accessories .... 70 A Stores ft Offices 60 Storage Space 38 Suites Furnished 51 Suites Unfurnished 51 A Suites (Furntshed-Unfurn.) .... 51B Sulles Wanted 92 Swap , 31 Teachers Wanted 23 Trade Schools ., 12A Trades ft Professions 21 Trailers ...v 70 Warehouse Space ' 42 Weddings 1C TENDERS (Continued tion by increasing prices of essential commodities. The Press Trust of India news agency reported that foreign of Bhutto replaced Gen. Agha Mohammed Yahya Khan as president after India defeated Pakistan in a two-week war last Adjusting for death AP WireDhoto A ground crewman makes an adjustment to a rochet before installing it aboard a bomber making strikes over the Ho Chi Minh trail in Laos from the aircraft carrier USS Coral Sea recently, on Yankee Station off the coast of Vietnam. fice sources in Dacca believe December and liberated East the Soviet Union will soon rec- Pakistan, ognize Bangladesh. - Mujib ' called for ..a fuIli Through its mission m Dacca, open" trial of Yahya, who has the Soviet Union asked the since been put under house ar. Bangladesh government for its rest in Pakistan for his part in national flag and the text of its the military defeat national anthem part of the : Yahya's government cracked protocol before recognition was down in March on a movement extended, a government spokes- for autonomy in East Pakistan, man said. ... Mujib and his Awami League Nepal recognized Bangladesh were at the head of the movement. New military regime in Ghana takes power to rule by decree RATES DEATHS (Continued) DEATHS Continued) NING THE DEATH OF JEW CHUNG fs ma Hue t5 years, of Sherbrooke nursing Hume, Saskatoon occurred at his residence on January 14 1972. The funeral service will be held on Tuesday January 18Ul at 2:00 p.m. from the Chapel of Saskatoon Funeral Home conducted bv Rev. Clifford Mo Murtrv. Mr. Nine was born in China and came to Canada in 1913. He settled in Calgary and ilved there until coming to Saskatoon where he had resided for the past 43 years. Mr. Nlng was a member of the Chinese Freemasons Club in Saskatoon. Interment will take place in Woodlawn Cemeterv. (Courtesy parking south of the Chapel on 4th Avenue at 2Vh Street.) 1-18-c FUNERALS CROCKETT THE FUNERAL SER- vice of Mr. Merle Crockett who died on January 12tlt was held from West-wood Funeral Chapel on January 15th at 2 p.m., conducted by Mr. B. Wallace. Pallbearers were: Ralph Young. Herb Tripp. George Pezderlc. Merle E. Eaton. Walter Miller, Jack Watson. Interment was made in the As-quith Cemetery. Arrangements were In care of Westwood Funeral Chapel. 1-18-c SCHARF THE DEATH OF CLTVE Allan Paul Scharf on Jan. 14th In University Hospital. Funeral Jan. 18th at Perdue Legion Hall at i p.m. Cen-tral Standard Time. 1-18-c WILKINSON THE FUNERAL SEH-vice of Raymond Wilkinson, who died on January 13th was held from Mo Hague's Funeral Home on Saturday. January 15th -at 2 j.m.. conducted, by Mr. Donald Liiis. Pallbearers were: Allen Neufeld, Elmer Leedahl. - Maurice Booth, Wes Lelkam. Ken Jones. Albert Wllcaynskl. .Interment wag made in Woodlawn Cemeterv. 1-18-c IN MEMORIAM ACCRA (AP) Ghana's new does any act calculated to cause Accra remained calm Sunday creditor countries. Ghana also military regime published a disaffection against the council, for the fourth consecutive day. owes large sums to West Ger- sweeping proclamation Sunday the armed forces or the police." The arrest Saturday of Lt.-Gen. many, Holland and several giving it supreme powers to run In effect, the document gives Akwasi Afrifa on charges of other countries, the state by decree. legal sanction to all decisions plotting a counter-coup to res- ihe proclamation gives legal Acheampong already has an- tore Busia to power crushed the form to the 10-member National nounced: It bans political activ- only known resistance to the Redemption Council set up by ity, dissolves parliament, sus- new government. Col. I. K. Acheampong after he pends the constitution and re- There was no further word on toppled the civilian government moves the president from office. Afrifa's whereabouts and Busia of Prime Minister Kofi Busia on The proclamation empowers a was last reported in the neigh- commander-in-.chief to be ap- boring West African state of pointed by the council, to dis- Ivory Coast, miss armed forces officers and Acheampong, 40, is scheduled to order "operations of defence to appear at a news conference law" until "a new constitution of Ghana for the preservation of today and is expected to outline is Dromulsated bv the neoDle of mimic order ' or "for anv other Ghana's new domestic and for- Ghana." purpose appearing to the com- eign policy. Pakistani government s e i i e d I lbu'iy tr error after the tint inser- ine government simuitane- manoer in cniet to De expeai- ut particular interest to tne wnum ui oimi u umusuiai ously decreed it had frozen Bus- ent." West will be his stand on the firms Sunday and announced it ia's assets and those of his wife, The 35-page proclamation de- 44-per-cent currency devalua- Planned "no further takeovers, his ministers and his Progress' crees that the chairman of the tion ordered by Busia Dec. 27 Mubashir Hassan, finance and party. National Redemption Council, and whether he will honor development minister, said in The proclamation provide for Acheampong, also is chairman Ghana's crushing foreign debts, Lahore the 11 seizures bring to up to three years imprisonment of its executive council charged which approach $1 billion. 31 the number of firms taken and fines for- "any person who with running the government. Britain is one of the largest over by the government under ' President Zulfikar Ali Bhutto. Thursday. The proclamation empowers the council "to issue decrees which shall have the force of Firms seized RAWALPINDI (AP) The Star-Phoenix Want Ad Rates: Seven Cents Per Word Per Day Six Consecutive Insertions for the Price of Five Minimum Count 12 Words' Minimum Charge 85c Per Day Classified Display is charged at $3.78 per single column inch Where 10 point or large type Is desired by the advertiser for the complete advertisement the rate per word Is 14c per day. Minimum count 12 words minimum daily charge II 70. 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 tvpe 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 JO cents to cover cost of postage. While every endeavor will be made to forward replies to box num-btrs lo 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 bv negligence or otherwise. City advertisers must pick up box replies at tjie star-Phoenix office. me srar-fnoenix assumes no respon- . . ' : TENDERS EQUIPMENT STORAGE BUILDING AND ' MATERIAL RESEARCH LABORATORY, REGINA H3771 " Sealed tenders will be received by the Deputy Minister until 2:00 P.H. Central standard Time Friday. February 11. 1872. and will be opened in public immediately thereafter. The work consists of construction of an equipment storage building and material research laboratory in precast concrete under built-up roof. Tender documents may be obtained by the general contractor from Ramsay and Ramsay. Architects, l&KO Cornwall Street, Regina on deposit of $50.00. This deposit will be refunded upon return of the tender documents, in good condition, within thirty days after the opening date. Tender documents may also be viewed at Construction Association offices in Regina. Moose Jaw. Saskatoon Prince Albert and Swift Current: and Southam Building Reports and Sanford Evans Services Ltd.. in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Subtrade contractors shall file their tenders In accordance with the Sas katchewan Bid Depository Reguiauons at Regina before 2:00 P.M. City Time, Wednesday, February 9, 1972. Tenders must be accompanied by a Certified Cheque in the amount of at least len percent (10) of the tender price. The Province reserves the right to reject any or all tenders received. J. D. Reld, Deputy Minister Department of Public Works. Regina. Saskatchewan. 1-18-c-s BODNARCHUK THE DEATH OF Mr. John V. Bodnarchuk. age 70 years of 9IS 23rd St., west, Saskatoon, ' occurred in a Saskatoon hospital- on Friday January 14th.. 1972. The Funeral Mass will be held on Tuesday, January 18th at 10 a.m. from the Albertvwn Ukrainian Caiholic Church (north of Hafford). Prayers will be said at Westwood Funeral Chapel. Monday evening at 8 p.m. Surviving are: his loving wife. Rose: one daughter, Mrs. K. (Helen) Williams, Saskatoon: two sons. Nick of Btegar. Sask. and Alex of Red Cross Sask.i seven grandchildren; two brothers. Bill of Hafford. Sask. and Sieve of Blaine Lake. Sask. He was predeceased by three sisters and two brothers. The late Mr. Bodnarchuk was born in the Ukraine and came to Canada with his parents in 11)02. He lived in the St. Julien, Sask. district fur 10 years before moving to Krydor, Sask. where he lived uiilil 19H. Mr. Bodnarchuk farmed In the Oscar Lake. Sask. district from Iff-4 until retiring In IDoj when he moved to Saskatoon. Interment will be made in the Alber-town Ukrainian Catholic Cemetery. Arrangements are in care of West-wood Funeral Chapel. 1-18-c POTTS IN LOVING MEMORY OF A dear dad and grandfather. William Potts, who passed away January 17. 1965. Seven years since that sad day, -The one we loved was called away, God took him home, it was His will But in our hearts he dwelleth still Ever remembered and sadly missed by Scotty, Marjorle and family. 1-18-c . ERICKSON (RODNEY) IN LOVING memory of a dear son, brother and uncle, who passed away January 17, 187U. A cluster of beautiful memories Sprayed with a million tears. Wishing God could have Spared him a few more years. Always remembered by his mother ' and families. 1-18-c Black protest grows Bhutto's takeover policy for basic industry falls short of all-out nationalization. The government assumes management and dismisses executives and board directors, but leaves the shares in stockholders' hands. Hassan said the takeover list now was completed. Numerous SALISBURY (Reuter) A day when six two-man British while only a few moderate Afri-black nationalist campaign teams head out into the coun- cans and the white minority against acceptine the Anglo- trv's remote tribal lands to find were advocatine accerjtance. Rhodesian settlement proposals out what the country thinks of In township rallies, leaders of firms remain in private control, was gaining momentum Sun- terms for finally ending the An- the AC were being hailed as notably the important textile in-day, a day before Rhodesian glo-Rhodesian independence dis- heroes for their uncompromis- dustry which provides a major Prime Minister Ian Smith meets pute. ing stand on the settlement pro- share of Pakistan's foreign cur-moderate black African parlia- It appeared that the opinion of posals. Led by Methodist Bishop rency earnings, mentarians in an effort to head rural Africans would be a key Abel Muzorewa and a group of Also untouched are foreign in-off the movement. factor in deciding whether the former political detainees, the vestments. Bhutto has yet to an-Smith's decision was made settlement formula, negotiated AC has rejected the peace nounce his plans for agriculture, following pressure from whites, between Britain and Rhodesia terms as totally inadequate in the backbone of the Pakistani moderate Africans, and some of in November and angrily re- meeting the demands of Rhode- economy. his advisers to break his silence jected by city-dwelling black na- sia's largely unenfranchised Hassan said Sunday's seizures and make some kind of public tionalists, will be accepted. 5,250,000 Africans for greater included the $21-million Na- gesture to win African faith and Black nationalists, led by the political freedom and a far big- tionai Refinery, five steel mills, confidence. militant African National Coun- ger share of the wealth of the a power company and several The meeting comes on the cil, 1 were gathering support land. cement firms. 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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 an Wednesday publication. All of the above Umes 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 t year no no 6 months , 118.00 3 months , Sio.oo 1 montn $ s 50 Sat. only In Saskatchewan $7.50 per yr, By Carrier 50 Cents Per Week By mall or letter carrier walks in Saskatoon 1 year H0. 00 To All Other Provinces and Countries Outside Canada 1 year 14000 I month s.oo !at. only outside Saskatchewan 112.00 per year The Board of Educauon for the Moose Jaw Public School District No. 1 Invites tenders from Insurance Companies for all insurance needs of the Board for the period February 25. 1973 to February 25. 1875. Schedule of Insurance required and tender forms will be provided upon application to the undersigned.. Tenders will be received up to and including February 18. 1972. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. "C. V. Christensen. Secretary-Treasurer. 504 Falrford Street West, Moose Jaw. . ' 1-19-c ERICKSON THE DEATH OF MR. Joseph William Erlckson. ase 84 years of 518 Ave. E. south. Saskatoon, occurred in a local hospital on Saturday, January 15th. 1972. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday. January 19th at 1:30 p.m. from Westwood Funeral Chanel conducted bv Rev. D. Christensen. Surviving are his loving wife. Anna: two daughters. Mrs. Eldora Clark and Mrs. E. (Margaret! Widdowsnn. both of Vancouver: two sons. William, Blrsav. Sask. and Carl of Saskatoon: nine grandchildren and eight ereat grandchildren. The late Mr. Erlckson was born at Korsnas. Finland, an'" came to the United States In 1!'" He lived at Ironwood. Michigan until 1924 when he came to Blrsav. Sask. Mc Erlckson farmed at Blrsav unti' 1946 when he retired and moved to Sa-kotoon. Memorial dnnatln to the Canadian Cancr Socletv 305 Central 1 Chambers Saskatoon annrecia'ed In lieu of flowers Interment will be made m Woodlawn Cemeterv. Ar-rnneement are in care of Westwood Funeral Chapel. 1-19-c FISHER IN MEMORY OF MY DAD, David Douglas, who passed away January 17, 1960. Some day we hope to meet you. Some day. we know not when. We shall meet in a better land And never part again. Ever remembered by son David Douglas, wife Elaine and grandchildren Deborah and David Douglas jr. l-18-c FISHER IN LOVING MEMORY OF A dear husband and father. David Douglas Fisher, who passed away January 17. I960. There is a link death cannot sever Love and remembrance last forever. Lovingly remembered by his wife Netta and family. 1-18-c MUROUL IN LOVING MEMORY OF a dear husband, father and grandfather. Michael A. Murgul. who passed away January 17. 1971. One long and lonely year has passed Since you have gone to rest. We shared our joys, labour and tears. , Thank God dear Mike, for 38 won. derful years. What we keep 1n memory Is ours unchanged forever. Sadly missed bv his wife Mary, . son Michael, daughters and son-ln. laws. Helen and Ken Oberg. Joan and Nick Hagel. Donna and Albert Brnssart Edna and Gerald, Shirley and all the grandchildren. 1-18-c CARD OF THANKS ANDRES THE FAMILY OF THE tale Mrs. Jean Andres wish to thank their many friends and relatives for . - their exm-essions of sympathy and floral tributes in the loss of their, beloved wife and mother. Special thanks also to Rev. S. DlngwaU and the Park Funeral Chapel. 1-18-c RE1LLY THE PASSING OF MRS. Morale Keliiv. arte tin vearti 01 Hi Muruy Apis., SabKattxm. occurred in a aaskaiuou nursing home 011 Jan. 14. ilie funeral service will be beta un 'luesduy. Jan. ID at 3.30 P.m. I rum l-'am Funeral Chapel conducted bv Kev. K. A. Wotherspoon. 'ine lanuiy gratelully decline Mloral tributes, memorial guts may be maue to Ilie basK. Heart lund. 708 Canada tfldg.. baakaloon. Surviving are two Uduuuteia, mi. Douiliy McLiroy oi busKaioon, tJeani Mrs. R. 1). lob.,, of Casper. Wyoming; three sons, William 01 Newport Kichev. Florida, U.S.A., Walter 01 Thunder Bav, Jim of weaver Lodge, Alberta: also 14 . grandchildren: luur brothers. Duncan Alcorn of Ascjultli, Sask., Bill Alcorn of Asauith. Sask., Gordon Alcorn of Vancouver and Harold Alcorn of Saskatoon: three sisters, Mrs. Jack Mather of Kinistinu. Mrs. Sid Powell of Winnipeg. Man., Mrs. Ian Keith of Wli.iams Lake. B.C. Born in Ontario. Mrs. Reillv came west to Sask. to Fleming in 19U7. She was married In Melville In 1920 and continued to res,de in Melviile until 1932 when she moved to Saskatoon with her husband. She was a member of the Ladles- Auxiliary of the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen and was active In the First Untied Church In Melville. Mrs. Rellly was predeceased by her husband Walter. July 8. 19U7. Interment will be made in the family plot in the Melville Cemetery. Courtesy parking north of the Chapel. 1-18-c FUNERAL DIRECTORS 7 AD COST HERE No. of Per i Words Day Days . 31 'u T85 4-2 18 126 6.30' 24 1.68 8.40 i 30 2.10 10.50 Name, address, box number or phone number count as part of the ad. Initials, abbreviations, figures In groups of five or less count as one word. (Phone numbers two words). NAME , , ; 'Minimum Charge 85 cents for 12 words. Each additional word 7 cents. Ads runs six con secutive days for the ADDRESS , Price of five- PHONE Please insert my ad for consecutive days. Enclosed is $ MAIL TO: Classified Ads, Sfar-Phoenix, 204 - 5th Ave., North, Saskatoon I TENDERS TENDERS SOURIS VALLEY EXTENDED CARE HOSPITAL, STAGE III WEYBURN Sealed tenders will be received by the Deputy Minister until 2:00 PM. Central Standard Time, Friday. February 4, 1972. and will be opened in public immediately thereafter. The work consists of renovations to the centre wing of the hospital to provide dietary and office facilities. Tender documents may be obtained by the general contractor from Keith Consulting Engineers Ltd..' 766 Angus Street Regina on deposit or 150.00. This deposit will be refunded upon return of the tender documents, in good condition, within thirty days after the opening date. Tender documents mav also be viewed at Construction Association offices In Regina. Saskatoon, Moose Jaw, Prince Albert and 8wlft Current: and tsoutnam Building rteports ana Sanford Evans Services Ltd., In Winnipeg, Manitoba. Subtrade contract! shall file their tenders In accordance with the Saskatchewan Bid Depository Regulations at Regina before 2:00 p,M City Time. weonesoay, reDruary 2, iva. Tenders must be accompanied bv a Certified Cheque In the amount of at least ten percent (10) of the tender price. The Province reserves the right to reject any or all of tenders received. J. D. Reld, Deputy Minister Department of Public Works. Regina, Saskatchewan. 1-18-c-s PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL Jack M. Binkley Donald Somers 311 3rd Ave.. No. Phone 244-2103 xtf WESTWOOD FUNERAL CHAPEL Rae J. Murdock Terry Mlchayluk Phone 853-3434 20th St. 4 Ave. N. ' xtf McKAGUE'S FUNERAL HOME , M. McKague R. J. McKague Ave., S Phone 242-3131 D. A. Newbigglng 300 3rd xtf SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME W. ARNOLD EDWARDS ROBERT F. DAUR1E Ph. 244-5377 338 4th Ave., PRAIRIE VIEW CHAPEL Memorial and Cremation Services Hizhwav 11 South 242-7884 Box 2061 xtf. TENDER CITY OF SASKATOON Archibald Park Community Center Building Sealed proposals plainly marked as to content and addrmsed to the Purchasing Agent City Hall, Saskatoon. Sask., will be received up to 3:00 p.m. Saskatoon lime. January 28th. 1072, for the design and construction of one (slza 230rx 100 ) clear span building. Specifications of proposal required can be obtained bv nmnonent from the Purchasing Agent on or alter Janu ary la, ivu, i:wi p.m. Each proposal must be accompanied u a iv o urn Dona or oy a uecuru Denos t nf 111'!, nr tlla nrnnnnl Sti, Security Deposit shall be retained by uie my oi aasKaioon to ensure an performance of the Com met ai cheques must be made payable to the oraer oi tne uiy 01 saskatoon. The lowest or any necessarily accepted. proposal not H S. Sears, Mayor. W. H. t, Godsalve. Chief City Commissioner. 1-H-C ROWLANDS THE DEATH OF MR. David Kowiands. age m. occurred at the Sherbrooke Nursing Home on January 16. 1972. A memorial service will be held from Bethel United Church, conducted bv Rev. Don Lain? on Wednesday. January 19 at 1:30 p.m. Cremation. Surviving are: one daughter Mrs. Margaret Heaps. Saskatoon; one son, Thomas of Ottawa: one siep-daiiKhlcr Miss Beatrice Ross, Winnipeg. Four grandchildren. Nine great grandchildren. He was predeceased bv his first wife Ellen In 1024, by his second wife Georglna In 1957. Mr Rowlands was born In Tregaron. Wales In 1881 and came to Canada in 1903. He was employed as operator of Electrical and Water Works Department at VellowRrass for several vears and In the same capacity at Canora from 1910 to 1938. At that time he became an employee of Saskatchewan Power Corporation at Canora until he retired in 1948. He had been a resident of Saskatoon since 19K8. Mr: Rowlands was a life member and Past Master of Canora Lodge No. 59 A. p. & a.m. He was a member of The Saskatchewan Amateur Radio League and was an active ham operator until 1986 Family request no flowers, please. Saskatoon Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. 1-18-c TERRY THE PASSING OF MR. Herbert Terry, age 72 years, of C 210 Idylwyld. No.. Saskatoon, occurred in a Saskatoon hospital on Jan. 14. Tire funeral service will be held on Tuesday. Jan. 18 at 1.30 p.m. from Park Funeral Chapel conducted by Rev. D. S. Fenn. Surviving are: three dangliters Mrs. E. Peerenboom iKli:ibeth of Langley. B.C., Mrs. R. Glerson (Jean) of Coquitlam, B.C., Mrs. D. Miller (Margaret) of Slrath-more? Alberta: one son. Bruce of Vancouver B.C.! one brother. Harry of Brittanla Mines, B.C., and two sisters, Lizzie and . Violet living In Alberta. A resident of Saskatoon for the past 45 years. Mr. Terry was born In Carnduff. Sask. and came to Saskatoon In 1W7 and had resided here until his passing Mr. Terry was retired from the Canadian Pacific Railway. Interment will be made In Woodlawn Cemetery. Courtesy parking north of the Chapel. 1-18-c MALE HELP WANTED 12 WANTED: EXPERIENCED AL'TO-body painter. Rosetown Paint k Body Shop Phone 882-2822. Box 726. Rosetown. tf DEATHS 2 CALLAN THE DFATH OF NORMAM Henry Callan. age 64 years of 2ii3S West 6th Avenue Vancouver, and 239 Avenue E. North, Saskatoon, occurred In a local hospital on January 16, 1972. The funeral service will be held on Thursday. Jan. 20. at 2 p.m. from McKague's Funeral Home. Surviving are his wife Agnes. 0Y. daughter. Mrs V. (Jean) Meriz of Saskatoon: two sons Leonard Callan of Vancouver and Kenneth Callan of Edmonton; his mother, Mrs. Eleanor Callan of Saskatoon: one sister, Mrs. Annie Anderson of Saskatoon, and two brothers, Leonard Callan and Arthur Callan, both of Edmonton. Mr. Callan was born In Ewart, Manitoba, and came to Saskatoon In 1932. He resided here until 1047 when he moved to Vancouver. Mr. Callan was In Saskatoon for thn Christinas holiday when he became 111 Interment will be made In the family plot in the Woodlawn Cemetery. Guost parktng directly south of Funeral Home, 3rd Ave. and 20lh St. 1-18-c WORBOYS THE DEATH OF MRS. Fannie Worboys, age 71 years, of o .n Street. East. Saskatoon, occurred in a local hospital on January l.Vih. 192. The funeral service will be held on Tuesday. January 18th at 2 p.m. from McKague's Funeral Home conducted by Rev. E. L. Bishop. Surviving are: her husband Harry and Iwo (laughters, Mrs. Daniel i Ella Maei Davies of Pittsburgh, Penn., and Mrs. Mcrv i Belly i Mann of Saskatoon; five grandchildren; six sisleri, Mrs. Catherine Huusman of Columbus. Ohio. Mrs. Annie Gleason, Rabbit Lake. Sask.. Mrs. Mary Davies of Gary. Indiana. Mrs. Edith Schneider of Rabbit Lake. Mrs. Turner of Vancouver, Mrs. Florence Klrg of Brldgeford. Sask., also one brother. Mr. Georae Wllkins of North Baltleford. Mrs. Worbors was predeceased by rwo sisters ana two brothers Mrs. Worboys was born in Maryland and came wllh her family to Rabbit Lako, Sask. In 1912. After her marrlnge In 1022 she lived in Norm Bairierora tiniu coming to Sasknlnon In 1MQ where she had been a resident until her passing. Mrs. Worboys was a member of Grace Westminster Unlled Church. The family would appreciate flowers or donations to the Arthritis Society. In. torment will be made In Woodlawn Cemetery. Guost parking directly south of the Funeral Home, Third Avet.ue and 20th street, 1-18-c Government of Canada ELECTRICIAN ,' $4.71 per hour' (under review) (40-hour week) (plus northern allowance) Department of National HesHh and Welfare, lnuvik General Hospital. Inuvlk. N.W.T, Under general supervision carries out preventive maintenance and repairs to all electrical equipment related to small Northern Hospital Optrallon and Zone Nursing Stations A valid Journeyman electrician certlficaie Is required. Preference will be given for experience in the operation of oil burners and electrical controls for heating systems. Quote No. 72NHW-NR-I.NliK-620. Apply Immediately to: Canada Manpower Centre, lnuvik, N.W.T. 1-U-c SALESMEN WANTED: PROVINCIAL firm requires active, aggressive salesmen willing to undergo training programs with good chance ot advancement to management posl-' tlons. Must be bnndable Apply to: Empire Agencies Ltd.. 8.13 Avenue V, north Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. 2-t-o GM PARTSMAN Required' Immediately by large GM " dealership in Edmonton. Must have minimum J years GM parts experience Top salarv. all company benefits.. Apply to A. Reeves. 454-2471 collect. 1-H-C Classified Phone 653-2100 NATIONAL COMPANY EXPANDING requires 2 full time salesmen im-, mediately. Good advancement. Apply 250 B 3rd. Ave. South. 1-19-c, JOURNEYMEN PAINTERS Jobs are available Immediately at Pine Point. Northwest Territories fur Journeymen Painters. Wage rate Is 14.42 per hour No familv housing but excellent single accommodation Is available at 879 per m out h for room and board. riease apply or letter or telephone to: x R. BREVNER, PERSONNEL. COMINCO LTD. PINE POINT, N.W.T. DT-rnTvnr1 firm aaa9fti9 MM

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