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Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
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Canadian Film : Judged Best YORKTON, (CP) - The Shepherd, a Canadian donimen-tary film produced by the National Filin Board,4 ha been awarded first prize in the general group at Canadas fourth international film festival. The Canadian entry won over film from Russia and the United Kingdom in the three-day festival which encied Wednesday. Russia' On the Shores of Lake Issik-Kul was second and Britain's Hprt of England third. The festival, the only one of its kind in North America, was sponsored by the Yorkton film council. More than .300 persons saw films shown by 18 exhibitors representing 14 countries. The judges said some films carried "a distinct sales pitch with tha. touch of a huckster. Several embassies regarded the festival as an opportunity to sell products rather than present theta- best documentary films. The Rival World, entered by the Shell Oil Company, won the science section and a British film, My Dog Number, was best in the industry and agriculture group. Scholarship Fund Planned, Scinans SEMANS. Members of the local Home and School Club, at their recent meeting, decided to establish a scholarship fund as a tribute to the late Miss Agnes L. C. Smith. Miss Smith, who died at the start of the present school, was a member of the local school staff for many years. It was decided the scholarship would assist a high school graduate in obtaining further education, A committee consisting of Rev. W. R. Jackson, chairman, G. Chase, Mrs. S. Grvmasloski, and Mr. and Mrs. M. Bassin was appointed to investigate the question to arrange for the scholarship. Injured Left Hand In Saw Accident CUT KNIFE. Jack Corney, 50-year-old district farmer, suffered a painful hand injury recently and was brought to the local hospital for medical attention. The accident occurred while he wrs operating a power saw and the glove on his left hand became caught in the saw, injuring the back of his hand. Object of Schools Topic of Meeting AYLSHAM, A panel discus slon on the question Schools for What Purpose? featured the October meeting of the local Home and School club held in the school auditorium. Members of the panel were Mrs S. Moritz, Mrs. G. W. Valleau and Mrs. Gordon Armstrong. Follow-' Ing the panel, the meeting went into groups to discuss the subject under several headings. Each group reported to the meeting. snow at kelvTngton KELVINGTON. - Just five months and 22 days after the last spring storm, this district had its first snow fall of the season on October 24. A8KATOOW STAtrnOEM. SATCSDAT. OCTOBER T. 15 1 tags nriNTT-m Dalmeny School Under Construction aUllUdtjr f- ", F nnnuuou uJl j U J l- n n st uuann f-f & A- MM LI 3 Hi i t zti: i V GObDprogress was being made on the construction of a seven-room school at Dalmeny. .. An east side view of the building is seen here. Benesh and Sons Construction Company, Saskatoon, are general contractors and as far as possible are employing local labor. The contract calls for the building to be finished by Dec. 1 but thf contractors believe it will be finished two weeks ahead of schedule. Lloydminster School Meeting Attracts Record Attendance LLOYDMINSTER T. G. Slater, chairman, stated that the 230 persons attending the annual meeting of the Lloydminster School District, in the High School Auditorium here was a record attendance for the occasion. The board administers, the Lloydminster high school and the four public schools: the Meridian Scnool, the Winston Churchill school, the Queen Elizabeth school and the recently opened four-room Avery school. Mr. Slater, chairman of the board, gave credit for the record attendance to the Home and School Association, who set their meeting to coincide with the annual school meeting and who had encouraged parents and ratepayers to attend, , Joseph A. McLean, Q.C., was chairman and called on three scholarship winners of the Matthews scholarship, Gayle Orr, Laurie Loadman and Dennis Kemp, all last-year grade eight students, who were each presented with a cheque for $50. by Mr. Slater. H. C. Messum, secretary of the Barr Colonists and Oldtim-ers Association, gave a short history of the Bishop Lloyd Scholarship Fund, and called on Alex Robertson, a last - year 12 student now attending university, who had been awarded the Bishop Lloyd Scholarship, and presented him with a cheque. Mr. Robertson spoke on the life of Bishop Lloyd, after'whom the town of Lloydminster was named. Financial statement for the school district for the first nine months of this years showed total receipts of $259,443, and expenditures of $245,507, with $13,936 remaining on hand. Mr. Slater in his report stated that C. E. Avery, principal of the Lloydminster public schools, had taught school here for 32 years and that the board had named the four - room school built this year after him. It had also been able to reduce the mill rate two mills. E. N. Conrad, principal of the high school, stated that last year they had had an enrollment of 305, in 11 rooms. This year they had 328 students and recommended an addition of six rooms to the school, including four classrooms. Mr. Avery, iq his report as principal of the public schools stated that enrollment was 1038, in 32 rooms of the four schools. Last year .the enrollment had been 1020. Cost was 80.5 cents per pupil day. Matters discussed included greater traffic safety measures for public school students, accident Insurance and the acceptance , of- a request from the Lloydminster Ministerial Association to have the board con sider allowing one hours Bible instruction per week in the higher grades of the public school. In the Home and School meeting which preceded the annual school meeting, Mrs. O. Jorstad, president, wa chairman and it was learned that there would be free classes in English for new Canadians commencing on October 28. The association has obtained information on the requirements for a junior college here. Commission Secretary Addresses Teachers ROSE VALLEY. -- W. Hard I Teachers Federation: and John lng, secretary of the Royal Com-mission on Agriculture and Rura Life, was guest speaker at the ' Wadena superintendency teachers conventidn held here recently with 156 teachers in attendance. The teachers were welcomed by N, Berge on behalf of the village and by W. Brazier on behalf of the Trustees' Association. Other sneakers were A. Mac-Beath, STF councillor; J. K. Saw-chul:, unit secretary; W. Scott, superintendent; Miss Caroline Robins, president of the Canadian Provincial Obituaries Steve Zablocki, 72, retired CNR sectionman, died recently in Wadena Union hospital after a long illness. Funeral service conducted by the Rev. Father was held in the Creek Catholic Church at Wadena and burial made in Wadena cemetery. Mr. Zablocki was born in Russia and emigrated to Canada in 1904, living first at Toronto. He went to Wadena in 1949 and lived there until the time of his death. He retired in 1949 after working on the railway for 30 years. He was interested in painting, carving and Is survived bv his widow and one son, Mike, Calgary. llenry Agenia, 74, former resident of Edam, died recently at Edmonton. Funeral service was held in West United Church at Edmonton and burial made in an Edmonton cemetery. Mr. Agenia was born in Holland and m 1906 emigrated to Prince Albert with his brothers and worked in the lumber business. In 1907, he andjfi.ll work on the land was In full his family took out a homestead swing. After two years of com- Education Problems Outlined TENDERS Health Course Under Discussion NIFAWIN. The new health curriculum was the subject under discussion at the Nipawin unit teachers institute held in the , , , , , t ,.A . Sealed tenders addressed on the high school auditorium here re- rn.nop. -Tender tor leravation end Financial Position Favorable PRINCE ALBERT (CP). Carried Loaded Guns in Car ; Hunters Fined MANTARIO. Two more goose hunters were charged with carrying loaded guns in their cars while hunting last week and fined by the justice of the peace and their guns j Prince Alberts general financial impounded. The delinquents were W1 favorable to accom-, ... ... mcaate pressures resulting from from Minneapolis, Minn. the coming of the pulp mill, with- The conservation officer stated out dislocation, City Corr.mis that he intended to see that this provision of the Game Act was strictly enforced, as it was a habit that had led to too many fatal accidents. The operator of any car in which a loaded gun or rifle was found by him would be duly charged and taken to court, he said. FAREWELL PRESENT AYLSHAM.- Mr. and Mrs. George Elliott and daughter Valerie, who are leaving here to reside at Rivers, Man. were honored at a recent gathering at the home of Paul Markus, when Jack Palmer, on behalf of the guests, presented them with a pair of lamps. Mr. Elliott arrived in the Ditton Park district south of here in 1932 from Neepawa. No Contentious Questions At Battleford Meetings Egnatoff, Melfort, vice president of the STF, who addressed a banquet meeting. Mr. Harding said children today were at least ten years ahead in maturity, due to improved educational facilities, compared to his school days. He said institu tions should be flexible enough to cope with environment changes in agriculture, population and changes in the rural community. He observed that while public expense had quadrupled, educa tional expenditures had not kept pace. His address was followed by group discussions. Mr. MacBeath said teachers would not be able to solve their problems by British and American techniques but must develop their own. Mr. Sawchuk dealt with affairs of the unit office. Mri Scott discussed what he considered a suitable method of evaluating a teachers work and attitude. Miss Robins spoke on the work of her organization and its plans and hones for the future. Mr. Egnatoff stressed the im-nortanee of the classroom in settling the differences between east and west. Officers elected were: L. Reiman. president- V. Gabriel, vice-oresident; N. W. Scott. honorarv nresident- A. MacBeath, councillor; and K. Bolton, vice-councillor. BUMPER CROP CODETTE. After numerous delays in harvest due to small showed over a period of weeks, the weather finally settled down and this part of Saskatchewan has been enjoying its Indian summer. Even now with many parts of the province reporting rain and snow BATTLEFORD. No contentious issues were introduced at the recent annual meetings of the three Battleford school districts which were sponsored by the Central Home and School Association and the St. Vitals Association. The meetings preceded the election by acclamation cf three new trustees and the re-eledtion of six. Mrs. M. Rorke and C. J. Greenwood were named to the Battleford Collegiate Institute board with J. Fitzgerald, former member. Mrs. A. J. Loscombe and chairman H.' P. Florence did not seek re-election. Vice-chairman L. Pleasance and E. Galbraith are the other trustees on this board. Mrs. L. Pleasance is the secretary-treasurer. Ellis A. Marr and L, Gubbe were returned to the Central public school trustee group along with newcomer W. A. Moore, and with chairman L. D. Foster and J. Y. Sutherland complete this board. Th Separate school trustees for the new term will be chairman G. Liebel, Joe Guthrie, Mrs. P. Fin-ucane, Omer Cornet and J. R. Johnson. The last three named were all re-elected. J. F. Kuffner is the secretary-treasurer. The collegiate reports indicated an enrollment of 52 against 63 for the previous term with a staff of three headed by Mrs. J. Stemig. On an assessment of $567,115, collegiate supporters contributed $7,424 on 13 mills of taxation in 1955. Fees amounted to $2,048 and government grants totalled $3,867. Instruction costs were assessed at $11,210. Chairman L. D. Foster and acting secretary Mrs. E. Pleasance presented the records for the Central public school. An enrollment of 220 had ersured the opening of an extra room with a staff of eight now employed. J. S. Trem-bach, formerly of Cudworth, is the principal. The problem of keeping the school flag flying was discussed at length as well as the necessity for having a Christmas concert. Tentative plans were approved for the setting up of a Central school library by those present although the school supporters were not many in number. Chairman Foster outlined the maintenance improvements to the school building. Natural gas will be installed as soon as possible but for the present a third automatic stoker will ensure maximum heating of the school this winter with three boilers in operation. The auditorium of the school was divided in the summer holidays to provide two extra classrooms. These rooms, the lunch room and the basement recreation room, were renovated during this period. The public school board is charged with the maintenance of the school building and rents space to the collegiate for a yearly fee of $2,500. At a mill rate last year of 35, taxes amounting to $16,121 were received from an assessment of $485,112. Fees amounted to $2,068. Instructional costs for seven teachers totalled $17,685. The St, Vitals Separate school operated on a mill rate of 35 in 1955. Besides the installation of a sewer and water system, rewiring of the building, and redecoration, the board had also achieved the completion of the basement rooms. sioner J. W. Oliver told City Council Monday night. In a ' report covering every phase of the citys position during the period ending Aug. 31, Mr. Oliver said negotiations for provision of rental housing units and served sites, the morale of city staff and the condition of citys equipment were all favorable. , Citys taxable assessments have risen from $5,946,586 in 1936 when the population was 11,050 to $13,-693,350 in 1956 with a population of 20,172 he said. Ten years ago, with a population of 14,209, total taxable assessment was $6,842,-568. , City revenues for 1956 were estimated at $1,774,767 or $87 per capita as against $62,447 during the corresponding period in 1946, or $43 per capita, he said. At the same time, although expenditures increased, the city had managed to keep the annual debt charges to $3 per capita, compared to $5 in 1946. Tourist Season Satisfactory MEADOW LAKE (CP). The Northwestern Saskatchewan Tourist Association semi-annual meeting heard operators of tourist at-tractions express their satisfaction with the tourist season. Harvey Dryden of the provincial governments tourist branch outlined the work done by the government this year. Resolutions were passed at the meeting Wednesday calling for picnic tables on Saskatchewan highways; representation of Saskatchewan tourist industry at American sportsmen's shows; marking of more historic sites in the northwestern - portion of the province; and a government-produced film of this section of the province. YORKTON. The continuing interests by adults today in both educational and cultural subjects, and some of the general problems of education, were outlined Wednesday evening by Gordon Campbell, director adult education division, Department of Education. Regina. Mr. Campbell was guest speaker at a film festival dinner meeting in St. Gerard's Catholic Church centre. Mr. Campbell told the audience that in Regina and Saskatoon more adults were attending night classes than there were students attending high school and this was equally true in the rest of Canada. The speaker explained some of the reasons which compelled people to take an increased interest in their own capacity for learning. He spoke of the changes wrought by communications, transportation, rural electrification and of the staggering implications of these forces to Canada's central economy. Outside attractions were a strong drawing card in keeping young people from high school and was resulting in a tremendous loss of educational potential, he said. Mr. Campbell said there was a great deal of talk about refining the three r's but what, he asked, did it avail if the majority was not in school. Sixty per cent of Saskatchewan's population had only eight years' school training. For every 100 students who entered grade six, only 33 enrolled in grade seven. This, he said was the lowest rate in the four western provinces. Of the third who reached grade 11, only one-quarter reached grade 12 and only half of these enrolled for professional training. Only one half of Saskatchewans youth between 15 and 19 years of age were in school. This would be modified to a slight extent if the population decline of 11 per cent was considered, he said. . , The bare 'facts, Mr. - Campbell said, were that modem circumstances required the minimum acceptable standard to be the completion of a high school education. rantlv with over 100 taarhar B etldreewd o Webb, Smuk, .. J u er xe,cner 1 Notan Limited, til E-ghth Aitnw, attendance. I wt. Calgary. Alberta, will be re George Neufeld, superintendent Mitt of the Melfort unit, spoke on the philosophy of the new health curriculum; Ed Abbott. Regina, assistant director of health educa-bon spoke on physical and mental aspects of the new course in health; and Stan Green, Yorkton, fitness and recreation branch of the Department of Education, on the part physical training plays m the new curriculum. Discussion groups were held on the subject and later physical education for each graded level was demonstrated by teachers. TENDERS TENDER Tenders will be received by the undersigned till IS oclock noon, October 31, 1956 for a 90 year bonded root covering for the Valley City school aituated in tha Village of Flake. Sire of roof Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted, H. E. SchilU, Secretarv-T reaaurer, Rnaetown School Unit No. 43 Rosetown Saskatchewan. 10-30-c Excavation and Grading comprising cubic yards el Excavation and other related work. Plana, specifications and form of tender may be seen at the Calgary and Saskatoon of the Consulting Engineers, and tnav be obtained from their Calgary cilice upon a deposit of $35 00. Such depoait cheques will be relumed if the plans ami specifications are returned not later than the date of closing of tender. A certified cheque In the sum of five per cent of the amount of the biq. made payable to Webb, Smitn, Noton, Unruled, must accompany each tender. Underwood McLellan and Aaso cutes Ltd , Consulting Engineers. 301 first Street, east, Calgary. Alberta. 4X Grain Building, Saskatoon, Saak. 1031-$ NOTICES CITY OP SASKATOON The City of Saskatoon fa presently calling for tenders ort the supply of Sodium Fluoride and Sodium SiUco Fluoride. Complete information can be secured on application to the City Engineer, City Kail, baskatoon, Bask. The City reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids. J. D. McAskill, Mayor, H, W. Balfour, City Com Saskatoon. Sask. October 37, 1956. 10-29 -c Mikado Teacher to Head Canora Unit Association in the Edam district where he farmed until 1927 when he moved into the village end took employment with the National Elevator Company. In 1951, on retiring from the gram company, he his family moved to Edmonton where he was employed as s school caretaker. Mr. Agema is survived by his widow: one son, Henry: two brothers. Edward and John. Edam: snd four sister?;, Mrs. Stan Wollen. Saskatoon: Mrs. Martin De Vries, Prince Albert; Mrs Gertie Wearing and Mrs, William Esdridge, Victoria, para lively light crops, tliis district has garnered this season, a bumper crop with wheat yields up as high as 65 bushels and other crops in proportion. TAX COLLECTIONS IP PRINCE AI.BERT (CP) Prince Albert's tax collections Briefs ARBORFIELD. Janet Snider was elected president of the Explorers group of the United Church at its organization meeting here under the leadership of Mrs. M. Nasby assisted by Mrs. R. Gleason. Jean Bradshaw was chosen vice-president; Janice Evenson, secretary, and Ellen Bowie, treasurer. CANORA. V. Schigol, principal of Mikado school, was elected president of the Canora Unit Teachers Association at their annual convention held here. Other officers elected were: honorary president, J. R. Mc-M o n a g 1 e, superintendent of schools, Canora; vice-president, W. J. Dutka, principal of Inver-may school; secretary treasurer, Miss A. K. Viczko, of the Canora high school staff; Saskatchewan Teachers Federation Councillor, A Wray Wylie, Canora public school staff; and vice-councillor, A. Prytula of the Car.ora high school staff. Elected as salary negotiating committee were: L. Kaye, principal of .Buchanan school; Mr. Schigol: J'. M. Kochan, principal of Canora high school; T. Rock of Tadmore; S. A. Dymianiw of Uhraima; H. Leson of West Seal-at and O. E. Wiwchar of Loch Sloy. A total of 105 teachers registered. Addresses of welcome were given by Mayor D. Z. Daniels. Greetings were extended by G. M. Castleden, MP for Yorkton, and Carl Nordin, chairman of the Canorh Unit Board. Speakers included Mr. McMon-agle and G. D. Earner, secretary-treasurer of the Saskatchewan Teachers Federation. Resolutions .included that the unit board be asked to set aside $300 for a library of slides and film strips; that the association expressed dissatisfaction with present salary scale and that a substantial increase be sought by negotiating committee. That the provincial government be asked to increase1 school grants to equal 50 per cent of all school costs was a source closer to home. It was also pointed out that provfn cial government grants for ed ucation had not kept up with other provincial government expenditures and that they were low in comparison with grants provided by other provincial governments in Canada. Another resolution was that the association write to our federal member requesting that the fed era', government give immediate unconditional grants to educa tion. , Penmanship Contest HSA Project CODETTE. Members of the local Home and School club, at their October meeting, decided to again sponsor a penmanship contest with Mrs. J. Stevens and Mrs. Iris Welchman in charge. The club also decided thet a different member would be chairman for each meeting. , The meeting discussed the question of a Christmas concert. It was of fie oDinion that a concert was worthwhile. The teachers asked to be relieved of being rt sponsible for financing a concert and a committee consisting of J. Schellhorn, G. McFadyen and R. Street was appointed to look after this aspect. Mrs. M. E. Kingsley, trustee of the local sub-unit, explained the new method Attendance Down at Town Meeting YORKTON. Attendance at Yorktons Town Hall meeting in the vocational school auditorium Thursday was down considerably from other years. Approximately 200 . persons turned out .to hear the two aspirants for the office of mayor and five can' didates for aldermanic seats expound their views on the opera' tions of the citys business. Although all members of both school boards were returned by acclamation, Dr. C. J. Houston, chairman of the Collegiate Board, and Reg. Ball, chairman of the Public School Board,. both gave a short resume of school administration and expansion problems which may confront ratepayers in the future. Aid. A. McBurney, Aid. D. Logan, Aid. R. Schick were also present to answer questions. The meeting, as in past years, was sponsored by the Rotary club. Each candidate was allowed five minutes to express his opinions. A former alderman, W. Fit-chner, and Aid. L. L. Ball are-seeking election as mayor. Candidates for aldermen are O. Feitz, W. Johnston, T. Kozachenko, W. Prystai and M. Sapara. A highlight of the evening was the question and answer period which at one point sparked into a debate between R. Ball public works chairman and the citys finance chairman Art McBurney, over the $26,500 money bylaw for extension to Fairview school. A panel of Rotary club members screened the questions to eliminate those of a personal nature. W. Steam, president of the club presided, R. M. Baldwin was chairman. RINK PROGRESSING GLIDDEN. Work was progressing rapidly on the new covered rink here with most of the work done by voluntary labor. It was hoped the building would be ready for use this winter. A considerable sum of money has been collected for the rink with more promised. a..? -s NOTICK CITY Or SASKATOON MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS, 1SS PUBLIC NOTICE Is hsrebv stven that a poll has bwn (rant'd for th tire. . tion of Mavor of tha City of Saskatoon for the yeara 195T and 1S. and fivo Alderman and three Public School Trustees for the yeara 18S7 and 1M, and that pollm wiU take place on Wedneaday, the Slat day of October. )5 from nine oclock In tha forenoon HP41. ,h cl"ek In tha afternoon at tn following place: Polling No. Locatiou 1. At Churchill School, corner cf HaulUin Avenue and Ruth Street. 1A. At Queen Elliabeth School, cor. ner of Taylor Street and Eaat. lake Avenue. 1. At Holliffton School, comer of Louise Avenue and Fifth Street. 3A. At Naultain School, comer of Fifth Street and Clarence Avenue. Sealed tenders will be received bv the undersigned until 2.00 p.m. Moun tain Standard Time on Tuesday, November 6. 1956, for the gravel surfacing of the section of No. 14 Highway from Unitv west, a distance of approximately 12.46 miles. The ftpproxunate quantities are: Excavating, crushing, screening and loading ...eeeaMe.eMeeMe..........H 17,546 tOM Hauling and dumping on road and in stockpiles 112,031 ton miles Copies of plans, cpecificatlons and form of tender may be obtained at the office of the undersigned. Such plans and specifications must be re turned within fifteen days following the opening of the tenders. A certified cheque In the sum of one thousand dollars ($1,000 001 made payable 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 Standard Time on Tuesday, November 6, 1956 The lowest or any tender wiU not necessarily be accepted. 1570 s , j. 3. L. T. Holmes, Deputy Minister, Department of Highways and . Transportation Regina, Sskatrhewftm October 25, 1956. 10-29-c-S Sealed tenders will be received by the undersigned until 2 00 p.m. Mountain Standard Time on Friday, November 9, 1856, for the construction of a gravel stockpile east of Maidstone in the NEV of Section 37-47-23-3 along No. 6 Highway. The approximate quantities are: Excavating, screening, crushing and loading M 19,000 tons ct electing trustees. In the past, trustees were eiect-and that grant structure be tied el by delegates from each district in to give consideration to experience and certification of teachers. It was pointed out that KELVLNGTON. - Lorna Seline the federal government was 'ertet President of the local clng asked for assistance there CGIT group at its recent annual meeting held under the leadership of Mrs. Mary Thomas. Marlene Rotzion was chosen vice-president with Marlene Melrose, secretary, and Penny Hall, treasurer. YPA OFFICERS WADENA. Young people of the Umted Church met recently to organize a young people's club and to choose a slate of officers for the season. Bob Forbes was chosen as president with Marilyn Wirtz, vice- THATCH CREEK. Beavers are building a dam in the lake on .. this year up to the end of Sep-ithe McLean farm along the Lunti President; Lucv Fudikuf, secre-tember climbed to a record of ! road and cutting trees on the Wal- tary; Diane Scott, treasurer; $733,941 or nearly $63,000 more'ter Lobb farm. It was not known Wavne Gronsdahl. social conven-than the correspondirg period how the beavers entered the lake er, Margaret Fetch, program con-last vear, a report to city council: as it is located three miles east oflvener Irene Wirtz, publicity cor.-by I. C. Collins, tax collector. Thatch Creek and three miles, vener; and Stan Sookochoff, mem-shotted Monday. , iwest of Stoney Creek. , 'ber at large. but in future, each ratepayer would have a vote. Mrs. Kingsley said she at first was sure the change would not make much difference with a somewhat apathetic public but was pleased to find out how wrong she was by the great int rest evoked by at least this particular sub-unit in asking her to speak on the subject. All nominations must be in by Nov. 5 and election will take place Nov. 14. Even-numbered sub-units will be voted in one year and odd-numbered on the alternate year, she said. LANIGAN. The first snowfall of the season, about half an inch, fell over this district on Oc ,tober 24. Hauling and dumping In stockpiles 228,000 ton miles Copies of plans, sneeificstions and form of tender may be obtained at office of the undersigned, such plans and specifications must be returned within fifteen days following the open ing of the tenders. A certified cheque in the sum of one Thousand, two nundred dollars 191, 200.001 made payable to the order rf the deputy minister. Department of Highways and Transportation a to accompany each tender. Tenders will be opened in public in the office of the unde. signed at the hour of 2 00 p.m. Mountain Standard Time on Friday, November 9, 1956 The lowest or anv tender will not necessarily be accepted. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. At Albert School, corner of I2th Street and Clarence Avenue. At Brunskill School, corner of wiggins Avenue and Colony Street At Thornton School, on Lome Avenue, between Elm Street snd Adelaide Street. At Ruena Vista School, cornef of 6th Street and Lome Avenue. At the Ukrainian Inst tute. corner of Main Street and Victoria Avenue. At St. James Church Hall, on Dufferin Avenue, between lltn Street and 12th Street At the Public Library Auditorium, on 23rd Street between 3rd Avenue and 4th Avenue. King Edward School, on 25th Street, corner of 6th Av enUef At Wilson School, comer of Duke Street and 7th Avenue. At North Park School, corner of Balmoral Street and 9th Avenue. At St. Michaels Separate School, on 33rd Street, between Alberts Avenue end Ontario Avenue. At Mavfalr School, on Avenue E between ,34th Street and 35th Street. At Caswell School, on 30th Street, between Avenue A, and Avenue C. At Bedford Road Collegiate, Bedford Road between Avenue G. and Avenue H. At Princess School, corner of Avenue G. and 20th Street. Kig George School, comer of 16th Street and Avenue K. 16A. At St. John's Separate School, corner of Avenue N. and Dudley Street. 19. At the Westside Library, 20th street, corner of Avenue J. 90. At Westmount School, on Avenue J between husholme Road end 27th Street. 20A. At St. Goretti Separate School, corner of Avenue Q end Bedford Road. Pleasant Hill School, on Avenue T. between 90th Street end 21st Street. 22. At Montgomery School, Montgomery Place, 22. At SutherUnd School, on Egbert Avenue. ADVANCE POLL For the purpose of enabling per0n who are qualified votere and have reason to believe that thev will be necessarily absent from their plncee of residence on th day of the election, an advance poll will be conducted in the lame manner aa la provided for the conduct of other polla in an elec, tion. end will be held in Room No. 121. h .main floor of tha City Hall and shall be open between the hour, of 11. J0Mlock ,n lh afternoon of lS87th 29111 ntl 'l0th 4,,y oi October, AND TTtAT I will fn mv office. City HaH, on Friday the 2nd day ot Novem. ber. 1958. at 12 o'clock noon. um up the vote end declare the result of the election. un,r hl,n,, " Saskatoon thl 25th day of October, 1856. RATES Star-Phoenix Want Ad Rates? Four Cents Per Word Per Dav Six Consecutive Insertions for the Price of Five Minimum Count 10 Words Per Day Minimum Charge 40e Per Day Initial letters, etc., count as one word Where 10 point or large type Is desired by the advertiser, the rate per word if 8c per day. Minimum count 16 words Figures in groups of five or less, dollar marks, initial letters, etc., count at one word Where one hne ts set in 10 point end the balance set in ordinary classified tvpe the charge ts 4c per line per day for the 10 point line. Where the use of a box number is desired count as four W'ords extra. If replies are to be mailed to out-of-town points please add 10 cents to cover cost of postage. Citv advertisers must pu k up box replies at tha Star-Phoenix office. ' -NOTICES Births. 91 50. Marriages and Deaths, In Memonami, Engagement Cards of Thanks, etc. Rates $2 00 per insertion of 10 lines or le?. extra Une of five words each 20c per Una. Display Advertising SCHEDULE OF COPY ACCEPTANCE 1 NOON DAILY AS FOLLOWS: SATURDAY for Tuesdays Paper WOA.DAY - o Wednesday's Papei TITSDAY for Thursday's Paper THURSDAY 1571 L. T. HOLMFS, Deputy Minister, Departmsnt of Highways and Transportation Regina. Saskatchewan October 27, 1956. 10-29 -c-s mrj-; Sealed tenders will be received by the undersigned until 2.00 p m. Mountain Standard Time -on Thursday. November 6, 1956, for the giavel surfacing of the section of No. 26 highway from its junction with No. 4 highway to Meota, a distance of approximately 4 6 miles. The approximate quantities are;- Excavating, crushing, screening and loading . Hauling and dumping on road and in 14000 tons stockpiles 107,638 ton miles Copies of plans, soecifications and . . form of tender mav be obtained st tne for Friday's paper,ce undersigned. Such plane lor Saturday, P.perj'1' pw.lication, mu.t be returned FRIDAY for Monday's Paper In Prince Albert Advertising Copy may be left with the Northers News Agency WANT AD PHONE 23141 OFFICE HOURS WANT AD PHONE 6 30 a.m. to $ p m. Daily Monday to Friday Saturday 8 30 am. to pm. Closed Ail Day Sundays and Holidays SUBSCRIPTION RATER MAIL RATES IN CANADA 1 year , fi? hQ 6 months - 6 56 3 months 3 50 3 mootto,. 150 To Lmted Slates and Great Bntn 1 year -r f hO 6 months - 6 50 3 rr.omns 5 f9 1 month - 2 09 within fifteen davg following the opening of the tenders. A certified cheque In the sum rf eight hundred dohars made payable to the order of the depu'.v minister. Department of Highways and Transport Lou la to accompany eacn tender. Tenders wiU be opened in public in the office of the undersigned at the hour of 2 00 pm. Mountain Standard Time on Thursday, November 8, 196 The lowest or anv tender will not necessarily be accepted, 1576 L. T HOLMFSe Deputy Mm irter. Department of Highway and Transportation. Pesma. $khewan October 27, 1956. L. A. Kreutzweucr, Returning Officer. 10-29-6 I MATTER of the Estate of KAY SHELTON, late of the Ctv of Saskatoon, in the Province of Saskatchewan, Housewife, deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS All claims against th above estate duly verified bv statutory declaration and with particulars and valuation of security held, if any, must be sent to the undersigned before the 12th day of November, A.D. 1956. DISBERY, BENCE Sc WALKER, 213-6 Btrks Building, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Solicitors for the Executors. 10-29 -c-S NOTICE TO CREDITORS IV THE ESTATE OF JAMFt JAH-D!NE, LATE OF THE CITY OF SASKATOON, IN THE PROVINCE OF SASKATCHEWAN, SALESMAN, DECEASED. All claims aeainat the above estate, duly verified by Statutory Declaration and with particulars and valuation of security held, if anv. must be sent P the undersigned before tha 30th day of November A D. 1956. . GILCHRIST U LAMAR5H, Barristers Sc Solicitors, 405 Canada Building, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. . Solicitors for tne Executrix, Maty Jardine. 10-29-c NOTICE TO CREDITORS IV THE FTATE OF JAMFS AND-RFOo. LATE OF SASKATOON, if THE PROVINCE OF SASKATCHEWAN. STONEMASON. DECEASED. All claim against the above eU duly verified by Statutory Declaration and with particulars and valuation tt securtv held, if any, must be aenf m th undersigned before the 15th day of . November, A D. 19a6 GTLCKRIST it LAMARSH, Barristers end Solicitors, o5 Canada Budding, SASKATOON. baKatchewai. So i ivor lot the Lx-culora JCIRS r MOLARO and CATHERINE ANDREGO 0-29-c-f i fa -fafa M - - A A r -m. Jfu, ft J -

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