Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada on December 22, 1956 · 21
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SASKATOON STA1-MI0EMI. SATIBDAT. DECtMBtB !5. 1M S?! Provincial Briefs PRESENTED CANTATA COLLECTED $U7 MELFOhT. Meifort United! IVER. The sum oOTRxCRaRA Church 32-voic senior choir pre- CARROT RIVER. The ium of sented their Christmas Cantata $147 was collected for the British "The Holy Nativity" on Sunday morning. The cantata provided 30 minutes of music and song providing opportunity for solo work, duets, and trios and anthems. The choir was directed by Mrs. E. N. Morrison. CLl'B REORGANIZED ... PLUNKETT. Mrs. A. Le-easse was elected president of the plunkett Community Club at its re- rent reorganization meeting. Mrs. W. Hrynkiw was chosen vice-pres-idr-nt and Mrs. 0. Shoemaker, sec retary-treasurer. . APPOINTED AUDITOR SHEIIO. Peter Moroz was appointed auditor for the current year when the local Stewart Gibson IODE chapter field its December meeting and reports showed that ail provincial and national obligations had been met. The meeting was held at the home of the regent, Mrs. t . Wunaer. AGENT HONORED DOMREMY. A. L. Kennedy Imperial Oil agent here for the last 30 years, was honored by the company recently in Saskatoon when newas preseniea wnn scroll and a long service pin. BANTAMS TRIUMPH BLAINE. In the first hockey game played here this winter, the bantams defeated the married men 7-3. ATTENDANCE- REDUCED ROSE VALLEY. In spite of 40 below zero weather, which re duced attendance, 500 bags of candy were distributed by Santa Claus for the local Kinsmen Club when he paid his annual visit here recently, APPOINTED CARETAKER PARADISE HILL.-P. Merrier has been appointed caretaker of the local curling and skating rinks where the lunch counter will be operated by Mrs. Meadows. SANTA AT WATSON WATSON. One of the largest crowds in years attended Santa Claus Day here recently when treats donated by local mer chants were presented to town and rural children at a free show in the Star theatre. Santa also paid visit to the hospital where he pre sented guts to young patients. GLASLYN BEATEN GLASLYN. Neilburg defeat ed Glaslyn 9-5 in a Big Six Hockey League game piayea nere recently with a large crowd in attend ance. and foreign Bible Society In a can vass made here recently. CONSTITUTION ADOPTED BLALNE LAKE. A constitu tion drafted by Dr. P. Riben, president and George Reid, secretary- treasurer, and presented to tne club for approval, has been adopted by the Big V Hockey League teams. EVENING CIRCLE OFFICERS CRA1K. Mrs. T. i. Johnston was elected Dresident of the Uni ted Church Evening Circle at it December meeting held at the iima of Mrs. Edna Johnstone. Mrs Doug Stewart was chosen vice-president; Mrs. Harry Ander son, secretary; Mrs. J. a. vioen, treasurer; and Mrs. J. H. Bisson, honorary president. MEASLES PREVALENT CONQUEST. An epidemic af measles has made it necessary to close the primary room at school The United Sunday School cantata and the community Christmas tree held each year have been cancelled. CLUB REORGANIZED ... CONQUEST. The local curling club has been reorganized for the winter season, with A. Reynolds as president and F. Kranz, secretary. The first draw has been made up with 12 nnxs competing. The date for the annual bon-spiel has been set for week commending Wednesday Feb. 13. TENDERS IUaUal CITY Or SASKATOON TENDERS FOR STANDBY ENGINE AND ANGLE DRIVE Seated lender addremed to the CItv Commissioner. City Hail. Saskatoon, and marked "Tender for Standby En gine and Angle Drive'' will be received until 12 c 'clock noon. M.ST, and opened publicly at 2 p.m.. M.S.T., on Monday. January 14th, 1957. Tender Form. Instruction to Bidder and Specifications- may be obtained City Hall, Saskatoon. Sulk. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. J. D. McAskill. Mayor H. W. Baltour, City Commissioner. 12-24-c NOTICES TO REPRESENT DISTRICT ELROSE. Due to the fact that Kerrobert school superinten-dency withdrew from the west central drama piayaowns to De held in Rosetown, the district or- santeer. Mrs. Kathleen rsoucn, has announced that the Wiseton play, 'Ile." by Eugene u weiu, would represent west central dis trict in Saskatoon in teoruary. WA OFFICERS HERSCHEL. Mrs. E. Miller was appointed president of the United Church WA at its December meeting in the manse. Mrs. F. Hollick was elected vice-presi dent; Mrs. G. Henderson, secretary; and Mrs. J. Thompson, treasurer. CONTEST WINNERS MARENGO. - Roy Hertz, Dar lene Apps and Candy Cook were the winners in the amateur night program held here recently in aid of the local curling club. Mark Fairbert was master of ceremonies and the judges were Ted Tier-ney. Don Schrader and Mrs. O'Donnell. Exodus From Farms Said To Be Global Condition YORKTON The exodus fromhtv must essentially work together farms was now not a development ! as a team for ef'ective solutions but a rout, and was not confined to the problems and to clarify and to Saskatchewan nor to Canada but pinpoint policies. Agriculture need-was a global condition. Charles ed the experience and training of Gibbons, vice-president of the Sas- people in business and business katchewan Wheat Pool, sali here needed the logic and coolness of Wednesday niaht. Mr. Gibbons was the farmer who usually was able sneakina to the annual farmer-to make sound dec'sions and use from the Office of the City Engineer businessmen's annual banquet good judgement when all facts sponsored by the Yorkton local I were presented to him. he said Saskatchewan Farmer's Union. The speaker was Introduced by The sneaker aid farmers were Normaa Roebuck and thanked by going through a difficult period Dut nenry wemmasier. the ability of farmers to absorb Chris Hansen. SFTJ DT-MiinVnt change was amazing. Policies Uis0 addressed the aatherinir hripf, were meeting tests now through hy. Mr. Hansen told of attending changing conditions and the indus- the overseas conference last mm- trial revolution was having its mer on the world wheat agree-impact on the rural scene. It was ment. He said agriculture was fac-likewise having an impact on ine a crisis and the smip7 u.is rural centres senicing agriculture, tightening. He remarked that the Mr. Gibbons tow tne story oi four per cent increase in freieht mechanization and its vast growth, rates made the soueeze still tieht- of the changes in transportation r. Mr. Hansen said the SFU must and of the radical changes in ae- increase membership and finances sien and size of tillage equipment, so that tne organization rmiM The result, he said, had made a make policies effective and the in-shift in investment pattern which dividual farmer helped to es- the farmers must follow. He said tablish a basic afjricultural policy mere was pressure irom me larger mrtjmaria farm and whether the small farm was a suitable occupation and de sirable remained to be seen. Farm ownership was desirable and the farmer must have the pre-emption of purchase. Due to the high cost of equipment and the financial inability to purchase both machinery and land there was a swing to part ownership. He said it was an amnz'ns: fact that the lowest income group were full owners while the highest income NOTICES ICentlaarS) FUNERAL DIRF'CTORS ICaaUaaedt IV THE ESTATE Of ALFRED JAMES LEWIS. Ule of the City ot Victoria, in the Province oi British Columbia, Transport Owner, deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS All rlaims against the above estate duly verified by Statutory Declaration and with particular and valuation of security held, ll any. must be sent to the undersigned before tne 31st da) of January, A D. 15". Dated at Saskatoon. Saskatchewan. Uua 19th day at December. A.D. 1958 MAKAROrr. CARTER at CARTER, Birks Build inf. Saskatoon. Sask., Solicitors ior the Executor. The Toronto General Trusts Corporation. 12-24-c-s McKAGUE'S FUNERAL HOME HARRY McKAGUE M McKague R. J. McKifue Phone U.ii 100 Third Avenue. S. tf J . . 1 PAGE TWEVtT OM MALE HELP WANTED II iCeaUaard) MARRIAGE LICENSES MARRIAGE LICENCES U; WEDDING rings -4 to fill, waun. cioex ana Jewellery repairs. Western Jewellers Ltd.. 23 Jnd Ave.. 8. Ph. 23i4. xU BLACK'S JEWELLERS FOR MAR rtatte licences. Diamond rings ana matched weddlnc runs of nnesi duality. IS3 2nd Ave., south xtl TENDERS fCantlnaesl) NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Estate of EDMUND LATRACE late of Saskatoon, in the Province ot Saskatchewan, Bachelor, 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 tne undersigned befora the 12th day of January. A.D. 1857. HALL. MAGUIRE k WEDGE. Barristers, etc., 412 MacMillan Building. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Solicitors for the Executors. 12-24-c-i NOTICE OF SALE -Or HOUSEHOLD uUUUa by McKee Moving St Storage Company Ltd.. sakatoon. lr.r payment oe atnr age Charges accrued to date, plus any additional charges. Mrs. Olive Hanson, address unknown 1 box household goods stored since Sept. 23, 1955. Charges accrued to Dec Ji, I1B.3U. Fingard's Bowladrome. 155 3rd Ave north. Saskatoon Bowling alleys stoied since April 1, 1953. Charges accrued to Dec. 31. 1950. H1U.OU. Goods will be offered for sale bv public auction bv McKee Moving it atorage company Ltd., at 319 zjra Street, west. Saskatoon, on Saturday. January 3. 1937. 12-34 -c-s PLEASE ALLOW g FULL DAYS TO obtain marriage licence, btacey s M Jewellers. One location only at the pedestal clock, 1(11 2nd Ave.. Satka- toon s best diamond valua 'Astra-ulo' xtf Ili TENDER ,, tua noi-t nuinsri who s"id tenders addressed to the un- eroun were tne part owners j,ni,.i .ui .!.,.., ... o. enlarged their holdings by renting, p.m.. Reglna City Tjme. January ' 3, Let us understand tnat economic . Kmiuut or me xoi-prosperity cannot last unless all ,owln t"oi'ct- char in it. Mr. Gibbons said. This Construction Of flW uhstrurturo far was not a problem for agriculture taSS'!' Hiuue, nu aeKuiciiio a """" eng. I I f ill ni Itl llOPVP ,he municipal road north of Mikado iiuiiui i ove Location: East of Section 4-32-2-2 en over the Assinibulnc River. ltVits T rtrirr 1 1 t V I r f Approximate quantities M-JJAiJL UVS Cnnct.1.t .,hl v.rrf. ' ' i LANDI3. G. M. Gray. Naseby, Timber plllng-1.880 lineal feet who has served continuously for 23 years as reeve of the Rural Mu nicipality of Kosemount and wno Treated Timber 17.24 thousand feet board measure. Amount of Deposit with Tender NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the estate of JAMES THOMSON, IMe of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, retired, deceased. AH elatma npainst the above estate, duly verified bv statutory declaration and with particulars and valuation of security neld, if any. must be sent to the undersigned .before the fifth oay ox January A u. mi. JOHN CAIRNS, W6 Metropolitan Building, Saskatoon. Sesk., Executor. 12-24-c-j BIRTHS BOBIASH JOE AND OLGA (NEE Maityniuk) are happy to announce the birth of their son James Joseph on December 13 Thanks Dr. R. Mcpherson and maternity staff of si. fault Hospital. 12-24-c 50th Anniversary i f" 'f ' ' i . L. due to ill health did not seek re- i.sko.oo. election tms year was nonorea CoDlef of pUn, toecl,icllilm, sml When the Council held Its Decern- tender forms for the above project ber meetine msy obtained on application to tht . . . l unnBralllnvn Reeve-elect J. Young, on benaii Of the Council and municipal Sec- Tenders will be opened in public retary presented Mr. Gray with an "jj-;. city8 TKTufr, V enscribed Chime ClOCK. 957. The right to teject any or all tenders or to waive any defects oi lrr0tilBritiM thrin I ,n k. LADIES' AID OFFICERS discretion of the Minister of Highways SEMANS, Mrs. Norman am "aniportauon. Graham was elected president of the local United Church l. t. holmes. Ladies' Aid at its December Deputy Minister, meetfng. Rev. W. R. Jackson Department of nresided. Mrs. Cecil Laughren Transportation. wot phrapn vice- president: Mrs. December 7. 1958. Gordon Copeman, secretary; and '" Saskatchewan. Mrs. Douglas Graham, treasurer. IN THE MATTER of the Estate of LAURA M. LARMOUR. lpte of the City of Saskatoon, in the Province of Saskatchewan, Housewife, deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS All claims against the above estate, duly verified by statutory declaration and with particulars and valuation ot security held, if any, must be sent to the undersigned, on or befora the 31st aay oi December, A D., i5o. DISBERY. BENCE & WALKER, 203-5 Birki Building. Saskatoon. Saskatchewan, Solicitors for the Executor. 12-24-c Highways and 12-24-c-s FAREWELL GIFT MARSDEN Prior to leaving here with her husband and son to reside at Maymont, Mrs Claude Bowes was presented with a farewell present when tne United Church WA held its SEALED tenders addressed to the December meeting in the church. , """"J c n,rJ..rnaS,",!S "Te"de.r The presentation was made by katchewan, will be 'received in the Mr. and Mrs. Frank Richardson SEMANS. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Frank Richardson, pioneer residents of this district, observed their 50th wedding anniversary on Dec. 12 with a re-" ception at the home of their son an daughter i- law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Richardson here. Prior to the arrival of the gutsts, the family pesented their parents with a holiday trip for two to the west coast. They were later presented with a purse ot money by the community. A large number of congratulatory messages and cards were received. ft Mrs. R. Westwood. RATES StBr-Phoenlx Want Ad Rates! Fmir Centa Per Word Per Day Six Consecutive Insertion for the Price of Five Minimum Count 10 Words Per Day Minimum Charge 40c Per Day Office of the Serretarv until 9nn nm neanesoay, reDruary g, i57 Plans and specification ran ha . and forms of tender obtained at the offices of the Chief Architect, Department of Public Works. Ottawa, Ontario the Oflicer-in-Charge. Denarlmeni r,i Public Works. 308 London nulMir,s ocnmuuii. aasK., u.r.W. SUb-offire Room 325, New Federal Building, Re glna. bask., the Post Office. Moos- Fair Board President Re-elected CANORA S. P. ' Kopylchuk was re-elected president of Can-ora Exhibition Association when the annual meeting was recently held, Fred Gabora was chosen vice-president and Peter Fernets as second vice-president. Elected to the board of direc tors were Nick Swetleshnoff. P. Ortynsky. P. Hoehn. P. Pohoz-off, N J, strelioff, and Fred DuU'hai;. It was decided that the annual exhibition be held on Tucsdav and Wednesday, July 9 and 10, and that Gavland Midwav and KBD Enterprises (grandstand show) be engaged for two days. The change in the dates was made to fit the schedule of these two shows. 1 The financial statement show ed accounts payable by the as sociation o f approximately T. Forsvlhe Heads INaicam Legion NAICAM. - T. Forsythe was eietiea president of the local branch of the Canadian Igion when three new members were initiated. Uther officers chosen were: S. jeuison, vice-president: F. Kay, secretary-treasurer; W. Freeman- Bon. cnapiain; W. Washenfelder, sergeant-at-ar:ns: and G. Green wood. c. Roll. L. Smith, G. Parry G. Christiansen, rvoontive The officers were installed by v. rrcemanson past ii.ne com' mancer. , Mr. .and Mrs. Richardson were married at Earl Grey and immediately after their wedding settled on the groom's farm 14 miles south of Semans. They farmed until 1949 when they retired to live in the town. They have three sons, Robert, Wil-liamsford. Out.; George on the home farm; and Charles, Semans. Mr. Richardson, a native of England, is prominent in the livestock industry having served as president of the Saskatchewan Shorthorn Breeders Association; president of the Saskatchewan Swine Breeders Association, and a director of the Canadian Stock Breeders Association, Both Mr. and Mrs. Richardson are active members of the United Church, Mr. Richardson being an elder and a member of the church board and Mrs. Richardson of the choir. They are members of the Masonic lodge and Order of the Eastern Star, respectively. Scouls to Hold Leaders' Course PRINCE ALBERT. Ted Crow- ston, district commissioner, an nounced that a training course for Cub leaders would be held here Jan. 2 to 4 with Orville Zander, northern field commissioner, in charge when the local District Boy Scout Council met recently with J. H. McRae presiding. Appointed honorary members of the council were Bishop Leo Biais, uisnop ri. d. Martin. Mavor D. G. Steuart, John M. Cuelen- aere. Rev. A. J. Scrase. Chief J. Poole and Insp. J. J. Atherton. 1.000 IX ATTENDANCE CARROT RIVER. One thousand children were in the Memorial skating rink to greet Santa when he arrived here recently. Santa was met at the Empress hotel by Matt Kearns with his black team all trimmed up for the occasion, hitched to a bob sleigh. Treats were handed out by Santa who was assisted by his elves. Bob Fichtner and Jim Barry. A free show was tendered the smaller youngsters at the Marquis Theatre duruig the afternoon. r l.n, c i. , .t. ... ' ... Initial letters, etc.. count as one word "J "u u,e ro" ,JU1C' Where 10 point or large type Is desired So per day. Minimum count 10 words k. considered each tender must Figures In groups of flva or less, dollai e ccompanied by- security in the marks. Initial letters, etc., count as one " Ver""e? cneque or bondti word. Where one Una is set tn 10 point " 'w'1 ' me rorms or tenaer ana K i ,v. kai.n.. in nrrfinarv laci. maae on tne printed forms sunniua fied type the charge la 4Bc per line per bV tne Department and in accordance day tor tne 10 point line, wnero me use kunuiumii sei luim inerein. nl k hew numlwr la riffstred count all four words extra. If replies are to oe iepariment, wrousn tne Chief mailed to out-of-town points please add Architect's office, or through the un-10 centa to cover cost of postage. City dersigned, or through the office of the advertisers must pick up box replies at uincer in cnarge. Department of Pub the Star-Phoenix office. lie Works, 308 London Building-. Snsko toon, Sask., will supply blue-prints and NOT I PES specification of the work on deoosit . m,,i.... .Arf n.ath. in of a l,m 0 $200.00 in the form of a Births, $1.50, Marriages and Deaths. In CERTIFIED hanic rho. nr ,.," Memoriams, engagement. cards , 01 order .,e - - ; " of 10 lineror less. Titia'uL 3 1 tive ',Y G.e""a' ? C.an.ada- T.h' !" words each SOo per Una, - " ul"r L prints and specification in good rnnri nicnlaw AHuArti'ciner ,ion wlthih month from the date of Display ACtVerUSing reception of tenders. If not returned SCHEDULE OF COPY ACCEPTANCE within that period the deposit will be lz inuun li ail. x A3 lULUjwa; torteitea. MONDAY jor Wednesday's Paper The lowest or any tender not neces TUESDAY for Thursday's Paper sarny accepted WEDNESDAY tor rrtoays papet NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Estate of Jemina Patton. late of Saskatoon, in the Province of Saskatchewan, Deceased. All claims against the above estate. duly verified by statutory declaration, and with particulars and valuation ot security held, if any, must be sent to tne undersigned befora 31st day of uecemoer, A.u. luso. DATED at Reglna. Saskatchewan. tms Wra aay ot November, A.U. 1U5B M. E. SOMERS, Administrator of Estates, Administrator of the Estate of Jemina Patton, Deceased, Provincial Office Building, 1150 Rose Street, Regina. Saskatchewan. 12-24-c BARRY DR. M. L. G. BARRY AND Mrs. Barry iformerly Joan Pai-ry are pleased to announce the birth of a daughter, tiarbara Joan, at Montreal General Hospital, Decern ber. 10. 19St. weauht 7 lbs. S 01. !?-2 DEATHS AVERY THIS PASSING OF THEO dore William Avery, beloved inlant son 01 l.a.c, ana Mrs. Haipn i Avery of 41 6th St., Saskatoon, Sask. occurred at a local hospital December 21, l5i. The tuneral service will be held on Wednesday December 2D, from Toronto, Ont. conducted by the Rev. Mr. Ashlon 1 ne t-ark Funeral ChaDel Is in chars. of .arrangements The interment will lane place in the Prospect Cemetery at ioronio. 12-24. APPLICATIONS ARE INVITID BY the council of tne ftural Municipality ot Pleasant Valley No I for tha potiuon of Secretary Treasurer. Stata experience, qualifications and sala-v expected. Applications to be in tha hands of the undersigned bv Jnuir S. IS7. W. L. Herman. Sc.-Tr , M.-Gee. Sank 1J-J1 0 FLORISTS MARRIOTT'S SASKATOON NURSERY 128 2nd Ave., N Ph. iSJVtl. fioHers for ail occasions. Nursery Ph. 22101 xtf VICTORIA NURSERY IMRS. E. McAL- al designs, wedding bouquets. SOS 2nd Ave., s. Ph. 23664. Nsry. Ph. 430 FRANK J. DOWD1NG. F.R.H.S.. FLOR- ist. everything in tloral needs store opp. Eaton's on 21st Street Phone 22&S, night S2750-31636 We observe the Wednesday half-day closing bylaw xtf MILLAR'S FLOWER SHOP AND GREENHOUSES 114 21st Street. East Phone Day 7777 Night 7775 "YOUR PERSONAL FLORIST" CUT FLOWERS. WEDDING BOUQUETS UNE.KAL IKlBUIlii Xtf -Calendar Salesmen Required In Saskatoon and district. Liberal commissions paid weekly. No Investment or car required. Spare or full time employment. Protected territory. Best season starts after Christmas in winter months. If serious wrlta promptly to: HOPKINS PRESS LTD. 5-S7 Prince Edward St. Saint John, N B. 1J-J7- PEACE RIVER BLOC FULLY Licenced automobile and truck mechanic required for Chrysler-Plymouth-Fargo and John Deere franchise. Write or wire parUculars Including experience, marital status and as to Grlmshaw Motors, Ltd.. Qrttn-shaw. Alberta. lJ-24-e-a MONUMENTS 5a WEST SIDE MONUMENTAL WORKS Ked and Black Granite imported from Sweden. Marble imported. Bronze memorials Service six riavs a week 01 2Gth St.. W Phone 744s. xtf ROCK OF AGES AND BRONZE MEM-orials hy Western Granite t Marble Co.. 714 Ind Ave.. N. Phona xtf LOST AND FOUND LOST LADIES' GOLD BULOVA wrist watch. Reward. Phone 7270 12-24-c LOST 4 DARK GREY CHROME chairs on No. 9 highway, about S miles out of Sutherland. K. H Dyck, Clarkboro. 12-24-n LOST MAN'S TAN LEATHER WAL-let SIS and valuable papers. Rcwaid Phone 3 1857. 12-24-c HARDWARE MANAGER REQUIRED by the Wllkie Co-op Ass'n. Ltd. Mut have qualifications1 and experience to handle drpartment with sales volume of tbO.000. Living accommodation may be procured. Employee benefits include group insurance and superannuation plans. Starting salary up to $2.V) depending on qualifications. Apply giving full details to: Mr. D. Wilkinson, General Manager Wllkie Co-op Asu'n, Ltd, Wllkie. Sask. or to Personnel Department Federated Co-operauves Limited, Saskatoon 12-34-4) LOST STRIPED ALL COLOR KNIT-ted cardigan. Size 10. 136 7th Street, east. 12-24-1 FIEGER THE DEATH OF BABY trancis Patrick Fiefer. Infant soi of Mr and Mrs. Peter Fieger of Bceehy. Sask., occurred at Beechy on December 20. The funeral service was held on Saturday, December 22 at a.m., from the Roman Catholic Church at Beechy. The Saskatoon Funeral Home was in chrge. Interment was made in the Beechy Roman Catholic Cemetery. 12-24-c LOST BROWN AND WHITE COLLIE pup, S months old. from 818 ' 8th Ave., north. Answers to name of Rex. Children's pet. Phone 29831. 12-24-c WANTED RELIABLE TELEVISION and radio Serviceman capable of taking charge of service department in large retail appliance store in Northern Saskatchewan. Excellent salary and bonus. Reply giving references and experience to box 295S Star-Phoenix. 12-27-0 LEESON THE DEATH OF EDGAR Leeson. age 63 ears, of Unity. Sa.-k., occurred in a local hospital on December 21, 1956. The funeral service will be held from St John's Anglican Church at Unity. Sask., conducted by Rev. V. Lord. The Saskatoon Funeral Home Is in charge of arrangements. Surviving are his wife, Edith; one son, James Arthur Leeson. Unity. Sask.; two daughters. Mrs. Edgar Sherwood, Unity Sask., and Mrs. Kenneth Bell, Thornburv. Ontario; seven grandchildren Also surviving are one sister, Mrs. J. Bell. Unity, and four brothers, George. Unity. Lome, Regina, Sask. Charles. Edmonton. Alta Linvrf Toronto. The late Mr. Leeson was oorn in Ontario. He came west with his family in 1906 to homestead and hud resided in the Unity district since that time. Interment will take Place in Unity Cemetery. 12-24-c NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Estate of JAMES W. GOULD, late of Saskatoon, in the Province ot Saskatchewan, deceased. All claims against the above estate. duly verified by statutory declaration, and with particulars and valuation ot security held, rt any, must be sent to tne undersigned Deiore the linn day of January, A.D. 1857, Dated at Regina. Saskatchewan, this 17th day of December, A.D. 19b6. M. E. SOMERS, Administrator of Estates, Administrator of tile Estate of James W. Gould, Deceased, Provincial Office Building, 1150 Rose Street, Regina, Saskatchewan. 12-24-c-s STANNARD PASSED AWAY QUIET-ly at home November 29. 195B, Etfle mauoe Biannara. tn ner 65th year Late residence 1037 E. 15th Ave Van. couver, B.C. Survived by her hus- uina, james a; one son, Vaughan at home: three daughters, Mrs William G. Robinson. Vancouver: Mrs. E. Ryder. Moncton, N.B.. Mrs. i.. 1-. Hart, salmo, B.C., five grandchildren: four sisters, Mrs. D. Cameron. Victoria. B.C.: Mrs S I.inlon Mrs. R. Lynds, Mrs. J. Trites. all of rew Brunswick; one brother. Jack Wliinot, Carnduff, Sask. Funeral Service was held Mondav. Decembri 3rd at 11 a.m. in the Chapel of Chimes, Harron Bros. Ltd., Rev. T. D Barnett officiating. Interment Forest Lawn Memorial Park 12-24-c CITY OF SASKATOON NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that the Council of the City of Saskatoon intends to grant a special exception to Bylaw No. 3307, the Zoning Bylaw. iu permit uie owner ox me west half of Lot 6 and all Lot 7. Block 2oa Plan a.77 (211 Garrison Crescenti to allow the dwelling on this site to have a front yard of twenty-nine (291 feet Instead of thirty (30) feet as. required by the bylaw. It li the intention of Council to grant such apecial exception at a meeting to be held in the Council t-namber. City HaU. Saskatoon, at 8 p.m.. on Monday, the 21st day of L. A. KREUTZWEISER. Saskatoon. Sask. December 22, 1956 12-24-c-s BOCKING THE FUNE1IAL SERVICE of Edwin Hocking who died on De cember 18, was held from McKague's Funeral Home on December 21 at 2.15 p.m., conducted by Canon H. Bowles. Pallbearers were M. T. Ball, W. G. Pugh, T. L. Atwell, A Suffre-dine. Don Hanson, T. Balllie. Burial was made in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. 12-24-c THURSDAY for Saturday'! Paper FRIDAY tor Monday a rapet In Prince Albert Advertising copy may Da left witn the Northern News Agency WANT AD PHONE 23H1 OFFICE HOURS WANT AD PHONE Robert Fortler, Chief of Administrative Services and Secretary Department of Public Works, Ottawa, December 19, 1956. 12-24-c 8.30 a.m. to 8 pm. Dally Monday to rrioay Saturday 8.30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Closed All Day Sundays and Holiday! SUBSCRIPTION RATES MAIL RATES IN CANADA 1 year ,- .. SI2.00 t months , 6 50 3 months 3 60 1 month .................... ...... 1.50 To United State and Great Britain 1 year .....-. $15.00 6 months 8.50 3 months ......... S CO 1 month 2.00 I: mum TENDERS Sealed tenders will be received bv the undersigned until 2:00 p.m. Mountain standard Time on Tuesday. January 1 8. 1957, on the following project: The construction of a consolidated gravel sub-base course, a gravel base Icourse and a plant-mix-hot bituminous I surface course on tne section of No. 39 Highway from southeast of Macoun to Halbrite. a distance of approximately 21.9 miles. The approximate quantities are: til TENDER Sealed tenders addressed to the un dersigned will be received up to 2.00 p.m. negina t-ny lime. January , 1957, for the construcUon of the following project.: Complete erection of the superstructure of a 150 foot steel truss bridge with one 40 foot approach span at each end. Location: E. of Section 20-53-1J-J on the municipal road north of Love, Saskatchewan over we iorcn ruver. Approximate Quantities: 183.000 pounds structural steel 43 thousand board (eet treated timber. Amount of Deposit with Tender: 8700. Copies of plana, specifications and tender forms for the above project may be obtained on application to the undersigned. Tenders will be opened tn public in the office of the undersigned at 2.00 p.m- Regina City Time. January 4, 1957. The right to reject any or all tenders or to waive any defects or irregularities therein, is to be at the discretion of the Minister of Sub-base 251,512 tons Hauling sub-base 2,408,282 ton NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY ,.,J(lTJL PRIVATE BILL "OUR LADY OF THE PRAIRIES FOUNDATION" law notice tnat James P. Leier of ausKBlOOn. in tne ITOVinre Of Salrat chewan, Hotelman. will petition the i-exiaiauve AsscmDiy of Saskatchewan for a Private Act to incorporate the trustees of a foundation to h. kr, as 'Our Lady of the Prairies Foundation" and whose objects and purposes shall be to receive money and accept gifts and invest or manage same to create a fund the Income from which shall be used for reunions rinnn. tional and charitable purposes and to uu an mings appertaining thereto and connected mere with. Dated at Prince Albert. Saskatche wan, this day of 20th December. 1956. Diefenbaker, Cuelenaere Hall, nanx 01 Montreal Bunding. Prince Albert. Saskatchewan. On behalf of the above named Petitioner. 12-28-c SEMANS, Semans Wheat j Highways and Transportation IZings broke even in their first , T HOLMES two games in the Last Mountain ie4 Demit v Minister. Hockev League schedule. They' Department of Highways and , j f n 1 iL Transportation. defeated Cupar 9-3 in the firsi, game but lost the second 6-3 Urn:" ln- . REGINA. Saskatchewan. to Kaymoie. i 12-24-c-sf miles Base course 96.282 tons. Hauling base course 1.117,820 ton miles. Plant-mix-hot bituminous surface coarse 51,466 tons. Hauling plant-mix-hot bituminous surface coarse 385,460 ton miles. Copies of plans, specifications and form of tender may be obtained at the office of the undersigned. Such plans and specifications must be returned within fifteen days following the opening of the tenders. A certified cheque in the sum of Forty Tour Thousand Dollars t$44.00tn made pnyable to the order of the Deputy Minister, Department of Highways and Transportation is to accompany each tender. Tenders will be opened in public in the office of the undersigned at the hour of 2:00 p.m. Mountain Stan di rd Time on Tuesday, January 8, 1957. The lowest or any tender will not oecesaruy be accepted. 1661 L. T. HOLMES. Deputy Minister. Department of Transportation. Regina. Saskatchewan. December 12. 1856. Highways and 12-24-c-s NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE DISSOLUTION OF THE ABERDEEN CO-OPERATIVE STORE ASSOCIA TION AT ABERDEEN. SASKATCHEWAN. AH claims aganst the above sociation must be sent to the under signed by the 2nd day of January. 1957 LOCALS FINANCE AND CON TROL DEPARTMENT. FEDERAT ED CO-OPERATIVES LIMITED, 211 Ave. D. North. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Liquidators for the Association 12-24-c FUNERALS MALE HELP WANTED 12 City of Moose Jaw City Engineer WANTED Applications are invited for the position ot City Engineer for the City 6f Moose Jaw Saskatchewan. DUTIES Include technical supervision of all phases of Municipal Engineering, design, construction and maintenance, planning of Municipal works, preparation of cost estimates for same etc Applicants must be fully registered (or qualified for such registration) with the Saskatchewan Association of Professional Engineers. Applications, giving full information as to age, marital status, training, experience salary expected and date services are available, should be sent to the City Clerk. Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. 12-24-c REQUIRED SALESMAN WITH CAR for Saskatchewan points, no rjeddllns Your income will be excellent as your seniority Increases. Interesting to all. Earn 82J-S50 a day two references. Box 808 Humboldt, Saskatchewan. 12-24-p DANYLYSHYN THE REQUIEM MASS jor ijaniei uanyiysnyn wno died on December 16, 1956, was sung from St. George's Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church on Friday. December 21. at 10 a.m., by Rev. J. Olynyk. Pallbearers were two sons, Pejer and Nick Danylyshyn. his brother Hnrrv Danylyshyn, Fred Kulbida, Tonv Kaminecki and Joseph Roslinskl. Interment took place in the Catholic Cemetery. 12-24-c REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY. 2 AUTO. motive pa 1 is salesmen. Age 25-40 Must have good education and appearance and caoable of nrndiieino Top national lines, good territories open. 8ee Mr. W. E. Bolten McKemle Auto Equipment Ltd. Z03 3rd Ave., north, Saskatoon. 12-27-1 ROBINSON THE FUNERAL SERVICE of Stella Martha Ann Robinson who died on December 19. 1956, was held from the cliaoel of ihe Saskatoon Funeral Home on Friday, December 21, Pt 1.J0 p.m., conducted by Rev R, R. Dolan. Pallbearers were A. J Gordon and H. V. Teal, both of watrous, Sask., J. McCurdv, W Millar, J. R. Fewster and A. J Mc Gill all of Saskatoon. Interment took place In Woodlawn Cemetery. 12-24-c RUTLEDGE THE FUNERAL SERV- lce of George Horace Rutledge who aiea on December 18, was held from McKague's Funeral Home on December 21 at 1 p.m., conducted bv itev. atewart Anderson. Honorary Fiallbearers were James Smith, De-isle; August Summach, Saskatoon: Fred Summach. Sr.. Saskatoon; Wil-llom Orchard. Delisle; August Junao. Saskatoon, and Theo. Hamre. As-quith. Active pallbearers were Cecil Summach, Saskatoon; Ivan Smith, ueusie; rrea summacn, Jr., Saska toon; mac Bummacn. Asquitn; .d Mohr. Asquith, and Andrew Little Saskatoon. Burial was made in Woodlawn Cemetery. 12-24-c CARD OF THANKS WE WISH TO CONVEY OUR THANKS to those who kindly sent floral tributes, cards, and words of sympathy, in the bereavement of our dear mother, Mary I. Sjjver. Thank you Dr. Whitemarsh for your faith ful service. G. Stover, L. Nodwell L and D. Olson. 12-21-n IN MEMORIAM KENDEl CLIFFORD G. IN LOVINO memory of our dear husband and father who passed away Dec. 23. 1954 Ever remembered by his wife ana family. 12-24-p MAINTENANCE MAN REQUIRED To maintain healing equipment and look after minor building repairs. Performs Janitor duties as required. Applicants must be able to quality for heating and plant engineer's certificate 4th class. Salary range $190-8220. Employee benefits include 8-day week, superannuation, medical plan and group insurance. Apply to: PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT FEDERATED CO-OPERATIVES LIMITED 211 AVENUE D. NORTH Phone 23181 before 5 for Appointment 12-24-c MAJOR OIL COMPANY REQUIRES u-i ouuoozer or equivalent, with operator, to prepare und maintain drilling locations in general Melfort area for a period of three months Beginning in January, 1957. Reply giving particulars or insurance cov erage and previous experience to Th British American Oil Companv. 91 McCallum-Hlll Building, Regina oasKatcnewan, 12-24 WANTED A MAN FOR UTILITY work and police. State aae ami marital status. Give experience, but experience not essential in this line of worx. Apply to J. v. Naucn, Tow t-ierx, r-irose. aask. 12-27 CH1NFSE SAI FSMAW WITH -iO n-n Northwest Sask. No peddling. Your jin-unic win oe excellent as seniority increases. Interesting to all. Earn 825-850 a day. Two references. Box 808 Humboldt, Saskatchewan. 12-24 REQUIRES SALES REPRESENTATIVE For North Battleford and district. Requirements are between twenty-three and thirty-five years of age, clean record, high school education and to possess a late model car. Situation pays salary, car allowance, pension plan and all social benefits, Reply In your own handwriting giving all Information and phone number to: BOX 115C STAR-PHOENIX 12-24- YOUNG MAN INTERESTED IN learning retail food business. To commence handling deliveries by car and doing inside work. Steady employment. Reply in 6wn handwriting P.O. Box 240. 12-2R-S NATIONAL ORGANIZATION requires salesman to call on retail grocery trade in country territory our of Saskatoon. Company offers group Insurance, pension plan and salary commensurate with experience. APPLY BOX 114C STAR-PHOENIX 12-24 TRADE SCHOOLS (Male) 12 MEN WANTED TO LEARN BARBERING NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY Light, clean, inside work offers steady employment for advanca- "MOLER BARBER COLLEGE 1778 Hamilton St. Regina, Sask. Write (or Free Catalogue ' 12-24-c-S AGENTS WANTED 12b AGENTS TO TAKE ORDERS FOR tailored to measure clothes direct from maker to wearer. Full or part time Icyv prices, high commissions, free suit bonuses. Experience not necessary. Powerful large range of all wool e'oth samples makes this an easy selling proposition. Do nnt wait time Is money. Write now tor our agency. Daventry Tailors, Dept. N Box 802. Montreal. 1-2-57-0 TO SELL ROCK OF AGES MEMOR- ibis write western Granite and Marble Co., Saskatoon. 12-24-s-t FEMALE HELP WANTED 13 WANTED COMBINED X-RAY AND Laboratory Technician. Straight eight hour shift. Increments every 6 months for 3 years. Sick leava cumulative to 90 days. 2 weeks annual holiday and all eight statutory holidays. Separate modern nurses' residence. State salary required. Phona or write 10 superintendent of Nurses or secretary Manager. pltal, Hafford, Sask. Union Hns- 12-31-e EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES WANT-ed. Also experienced fry cook. Applv in person, Commodore Cafe. if REGISTERED, COMBINATION LAB-oratory and X-ray Technician. For 31-bed hospital. Town of 1.800. Salt and Potash. Industries. On CNR and CPR Main Line Winnipeg to Edmonton. Living accommodations, in new residence. Salary 8213 gross. Duties to commence Jan. 2, 1957. Wrlta or phone on reverse to W. Nicholls, Manager, Unity Union Hospital, Unity, Sask. 12-24-e EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR profits right now selling finest line ot calendars. Also advertising Specialties, and Decalcomania Transfers. High Commission. For full or part time saleman. Reply Kedco products. Brockville. Ontario. 12-24-c-s BARBER WANTED APPLY DELUXE Barber Shop. 106 3rd Ave., north 12-24-c-s UNENCUMBERED WOMAN CAPABLE of taking full charge of the Y.W.C.A. in Prince Albert. Salary 8140 per month and living accommodations provided. Three weeks holiday with pay, sick leave and unemployment insurance. Apply Box 2954 Star-Phoenix. 12-2H-0 WOMAN TO CLEAN OFFICE. MUST be doing similar work now. Apply Martone Furniture. 12-27- STRICTLY BUSINESS By MacFeatters NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF SOLOMON FRANK SMITH. LATE OF THE CITY OF SASKATOON, IN THE PROVINCE OF SASKATCHEWAN, MECHANIC. DECEASED ALL CLAIMS against the above estate, duly verified by Statutory Declaration and with particulars and valuation of security held, if anv, must he sent to the undersigned before the 14th day ot January, A.D. 1957. BORLAND. McINTYRE HEGGIE. 6n3 Standard Buildirg. Saskatoon. Saskatchewan. SOLICITORS FOR THE EXECUTRIX. 12-24-c-i CROWDER: IN LOVING MEMORY OF William Crowder who passed away December 23. 1953. We lost a husband and father with a heart of gold. Who was more to us than wealth untold. Without farewell he fell asleep. With only memories for us to keep. We have lost but God has gained One of the best husbands ana fathers the world contained. Ever remembered by a loving wife Myrtle and family and grandchildren. 12-24-0 FUNERAL DIRECTORS For Classified Phone 23141 SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME W. A rdwards, W Arnold Edwards Donald W. Eomers 348 Ind Ave.. So. Telephone 5577 xtf PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL funeral Directors and Embalmers Manse! G Binkley and Jack M Bmkley Proprietors 311 Third Ave, north. Phona 112412 xti sil Jllli 1 i , , ' ntf M R. POTTLE BY T j "He'i in a foul mood had to buy a girdle to get into bis Santa Claus suit!"

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