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the STAR-PHOENIX Saskatoon, Monday, December 23, 1974 23 TRADES PROFESSIONS 21 1 (Continued) FUNERALS (Continued) DEATHS (Continued) RATES Index to Classifications Ind. Machinery Repairs Investments Instruction Memoriam Investment Properties Insurance 12 STORE DETECTIVES Full and part time. Female and male security officers required for major department store. Car helpful, btnd-able. will train.
Apply with brief re sume to Box 44SB, Mar-rnoenix i-o-c MATURE INSTITUTIONAL cook. 343-5217 tor appointment ue- tween 9 and 11 a.m. 12-28-c experienced HIGH performance mechanic or sates person tor speed shop. Permanent employment, inquire at Midwest High Performance Center. 12-28-c Experienced Bartender Required immediately.
Apply Hans Van Grondelle Top of The Inn In person. 12 24-c STATIONARY FIREMAN POSSESSING valid Third or rourtn Class ceriinu-ates Rotating Shift Work. Apply J-A. Andrychuk. Plant Manager, Northern Petroleum Division.
Canadian Propane Gas ft Oil (Sask.) Kam-sack. Saskatchewan. 12-30-c LEADS UNLIMITED Do you like Farmers and Ranchers? They like us. You must be neat, honest, have good transportation and be willing to travel out of town This Is not Insurance, books, cookware, etc. If you are interested in earning $20,000 or more caU for an appointment.
373-3252. 12-27-c JANITOR FROM 12 MIDNIGHT 10 8:30 In morning. 12.30 per hour, Apnly at Mr. Klean Enterprises. 20th St.
W. WANTED RESTAURANT MANAGER Phone 653-3331. 1-2-c REQUIRED Refrigeration Engineer Full time position. Valid refrigeration ticket required. Salary negotiable.
Usual company benefits. Apply P.O. Box 1334, Saskatoon. 12-24-C DELIVERERS WANTED immediately to deliver lor Sooter Doorbeu pnoto. Full or part-time.
Must have a car and must be reliable. No experience necessary. Phone Sooter Studios TF CARETAKING CONTRACT Parkland School Unit No. 63 herewith Invites applications from interested parties to enter Into contractual arrangement for the snp'ily of materials and labor except paper towels and toilet tissues i for the Canwood High School. Board provides major equipment on a loan basis without charge.
Remuneration in terms of total floor area as per outside measurement of the building (total area 32.310 square feet). Duties to commence 1st January, 1975 or as soon as possible thereafter by mutual agreement. Competition closes as soon as selection made and definitely not later than Wednesday. 8th January, 1975. Apply to: Board of Trustees Parkland School Unit No.
63 Box 100 SHF.l.l.BROOK. Sask. 1-8-c WAITRESSWAITERS, COOKS, DISHWASHERS Full and part-time. Apply In person 2035 IDYLWYLD DRIVE M3.3351 1-2-C ROAD EQUIPMENT OPERATORS WANTED The R.M. of Heart's Hill No.
S52 requires the services of an operator for its DC6 Caterpillar tractor for road construction and repair, and an operator for its D-600 Champion Motor Grader on maintenance work, for the 1975 season, work to commence as soon tn the spring as conditions permit. Applications for the positions should be in writing, should give details of age, experience, marital status and wages expected, and should be received by the Municipality before noon of TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1975. The Municipality Is owner of a house and a small house trailer In the Hamlet of Cactus Lake available as living accommodation. R.M. OF HEART'S HILL NO.
352 BOX 45S LUSELAND. Sask SOL 2A0 12 54-0 WANTED SOMEONE TO PICK UP parts. Older person preferred. 374- 6006. 12-24-c FIRE CHIEF Mining firm with operations In JI.W.T.
requires self motivating individual to act as fire chief. The successful candidate will be required to train non fire fighter employees for fire protection, have a thorough knowledge of sprinkler systems and, electrical fire prevention methods. Salary $13,000 per annum. Furnished married quarters available at 330.00 per month plus other attractive benefits. No school.
Reply to Echo Bay Mines Ltd. 408 10355 Avenue. Edmonton. Alberta. 12-24-c NATIONAL ACCEPTANCE COMPANY requires an aggressive Individual for its wholesale branch in Saskatoon.
Unlimited potential for advancement with one of the fastest growing acceptance companies in Canada. Related financial experience would be an asset. Applicant must do some travelling within Central Saskatchewan and be available for transfer. Company cir and all usual fringe benefits. Salary to commensurate with BORG-WARNER ACCEPTANCE CANADA LTD.
Suite 206-2102 8th St. E. Saskatoon Phone 373-2522 An equal opportunity employer. 12-30 FRONT END sen-ice attendant. Full time position.
Applicant must be hnnrinhle. well Broomed, and expert- ence preferred. Must be willing to work afternoons, or mtonignis. appiv In person 9 am to 6 pm. Monawa Sutherland Service.
205 Central Ave. 12-30-C LET'S ALL GO! Meets the public Evenings or days Free training Male or female No experience necessary. Join our food-service and serve our happy custcmors. Call now for more information, 382-7123. 2222 22nd St.
W. tf FULL TIME waltresser. Apply to Venice Pisza. 2107 22nd St. W.
382-337J. 12-30-c HELP WANTED (Continued) BROWN THE FUNERAL SER-vice of Archie Brown who died on December 18th was held from Plenty United Church on Saturday. Dec. 21st at 2.00 p.m.. conducted by Rev.
E. L. Bishop and Rev. Stewart Mc-Tavist). Honorary were: John Hartley.
John J. Rogers, Archie MaeCrimon. John McPhee, Gordon Ireland. Alex Smith. Active pallbearers were: John A Rogers, C.us MaeCrimon, John Steacy, Robert Mc-Master.
Cameron Young. Henry Week. Ushers were: Charlie Hammond and Marshall Smith. Flower bearers were: Hector MacDonald and Lloyd Smith. Interment was made In the plenty Cemetery.
McKague's Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. 12-24-c SCHERBLUK THE FUNERAL SERV-Ice of Mrs. Anna Scherbluk, who died on December 17. was held from Holy Trinity Cathedral on December 21 at 10 a.m., conducted by very Kev. h.
Udod. Pallbearers were: J. Antonlk, Stanley Dwornlk, William Dwornlk, Ed Komarnlckl. Nicholas Carlos. Ed Oleksyii.
Interment was made in Woodlawn Cemetery. Arrangements were in care of Westwood Funeral Chapel. 12-24-C IN MEMORIAM MARTENS IN LOVING MEMORY of a brother, James, who passed away Dec. 23. 1973.
A year has passed since that sad day When one we loved was called away. God took blm home, it was ills Will. Within our hearts he llveth still. Ever remembered by Margaret, Harry and lngrid, Kim and Lisa. 12-24-p HISLOP IN LOVING MEMORY OF my dear husband and father Thomas, died Dec.
23. 1973. er remembered by his W'fr- and family. 12-24-c OSTOFOROFF IN LOVING MEM-ory -of a dear mother and grandmother, Anne, who was suddenly taken away on December 23, 1972. Two sad and lonely years have pissed Since our great sorrow fell, The shock that we received that day No one can ever tell.
We did not see you close your eyes Or hear your last faint sigh: We only beard that you were gone To late to say goodbye. When such family ties are broken And loved ones have to part. It leaves a wound that never heals And also broken hearts. But looking back with memories Upon the paths we trod. We bless the years we shared with you And leave the rest to God.
Lovingly remembered by son Alex, Hazel, Colleen, Rhonda. 12-24-c 0T'-FOROFF IN LOVING MEM-ory of mother and grandmother Anne, who passed away on Dec. 23. 1971. She didn't have time to say farewell Or we to say good-bye.
She was gone before we knew it And only God knows why. Our hearts still ache with sadness, And secret tears stlD flow What it meant to lose you. No one will ever know. A mother's love is ours to keep. What a priceless thing to know! Her thoughts stay with us through the years, No matter where we go! softly the leaves of memory fall Gently we gather and treasure them as Within our hearts you're always near.
We love you and miss you, mother dear. Ever remembered and sadly missed by daughter Elaine, son-in-law Stew and grandchildren Trevor and I.aris-ta. 12-24-p OSTOFOROFF IN LOVING MEMORY of my dear wife, Anne Ostoforoff, who passed away December 23. 1972. I slowly walk life's lonely road.
And ponder at what might have been. My heart Is heavy with a weary load. Of grief and sorrow that I've seen. For on the way home my loved one died, And all our dreams had been denied And like a ship without a mast. On the stormy ocean drifting past, 1 only wander aimlessly, In search of that what cannot be.
As long as life, my heart shall hold, Thy tender memory, ever dear. And o'er thy grave in loving grief Shall gently fall a silent tear. We have only a memory of you, dear one: To keep the whole life through. But the sweetness will linger forever. As we treasure the image of you.
Ever remembered and sadlv missed by her husband, Max family. 12-24-p IN LOVING MEMORY OF nupnemia sirup, who passed away vp-'moer vm. Gone but not forgotten. Lovingly remembered by her hus band and family. 12-24-c STAR-PHOENIX HAS A SUPPLY or verses for your convenience In making up your "In Memoriam." tf FIJNEHAT, DIRECTORS 7 McKAGUE'S FUNERAL HOME M.
McKague R. J. McKague A. Newblgglng Phone 242-3131 306 3rd S. xlf PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL Jack M.
Blnkley Donald Somen 311 3rd No. Phone 244-2103 xtf WESTWOOD FUNERAL CHAPEL Rae J. Murdock Phone 653-3434 20th St. Ave. N.
xtf SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME ARNOLD EDWARDS ROBERT F. DAURIE Ph. 244-5577 338 4th N. xtf CREMATORIUMS 7A PRAIRIE VIEW CHAPEL Memorial and Cremation Services Highway 11 South 242-7884 Box 2061 xtf LOST AND FOUND 10 LOST FOR ONE MONTH. BLACK AND white Husky 6 months old.
382-5844. 12-24-c SALES PERSONNEL 11 LOVE Meeting People? YOU'LL ENJOY BEING A REALTOR WITH LILLY AGENCIES LTD. DUE TO OUR CITY WIDE EXPANSION, WE HAVE OPENINGS AVAILABLE IN EACH OF OUR Three Fine Offices FULL CONTINUOUS TRAINING PROGRAM. INTER CITY REFERRAL SLRVICE. THE LATEST TECHNICAL EQUIPMENT, EMPLOYEE INVESTMENT CLUB.
COMPANY PAID INSURANCE PROGRAM. CASH BONUS PLAN AND PERSONALIZED GUIDANCE TO HELP YOU ACHIEVE YOUR Maximum Potential! No Experience is necessary as we prefer to train youl Call Mrs. Ella Miller for all the exciting detaUs. LILLY AGENCIES LTD. 652-4006 Acreage Industrial 61 Acreage (Rural) 61A Agents 12C Aircraft 2A Antiques 24B Articles For Sale 25 Articles Wanted 26 Auto Repairs It Accessories 73 Autos Trucks Wanted 72 Autos For Sale 71 Auto Truck Rentals 71A Babysitting ii Bands ti Orchestras 26 B.C.
Properties 62 Births 1 Bicycles ft Motorcycles 28 Board It Room 56 u. a. 7 Business Opportunities 69. Buildings 0 Cameras ft Photography 20A CaniDers Trailers OA Camping Equipment 70C Card of Thanks i Coins Stamps 24A reiuaiunums Deaths 1 Detective Security 23A Domestic Help wanted it Engagements 1A Farm Lauds For Sale F'arm Machinery 4 Repairs Farms Wanted Feed ft Seed Financial Floor Coverings Forthcoming Marrlaees 58 31 59 33 77A j'h Funerals 3 HIm-Ian 9 Furnkhlnes 134, Furniture Rental 25B Garages ft Parking 47 Gardening 33A Ufrueu "uuuv. uiasB Help Wanted 13 Hobbles ft Crafts 18 Hospital Personnel 16 Motels 08 Houses For Rent (Furnished) 45 Houses For Rent (Unfurnished) 46 Houses For Sale 44 Houses Wanted 49 SALES PERSONNEL (Continued) 11 MEN AND WOMEN OF GOODWILL Can always find satisfaction and personal accomplishment when planning with others to provide security to their families.
We are a life Insurance company looking for salespeople who can make sure that families always have MERRY CHRISTMAS You may never have looked upon yourself as a salesperson, for you may be In sales now, ond not finding personal satisfaction or using your potential. We have more opportunity and more plans of Investment and annuities than any other company and are looking for new recruits for the New Year. Drop a line to Director of Agencies 205 1853 Hamilton Regina. Saskatchewan, S4P 2C1. We will tell you about your opportunities and if you care to Join us we will guarantee you a weekly income of up to $250 upon expenses and education.
We would like to wish you HAPPY NEW YEAR Opportunities available throughout Saskatchewan, 12-26-c SALES PERSONNEL Exciting sales career opportunity for sales motivated person interested in making real estate sales his or her profession. No experience necessary as we will train you. but experience Is preferred. Age is no barrier. Car is a necessity.
Contact branch managers: College Park; Vic Clark, 373-3033 Main Office: Bobby Thomson, 244-0104. KOYL AGENCIES HELP WANTED 12 FULL AND PART TIME TAXI CAB drivers. Malefemale. 244-6144 xtf BE A FULLER PERSON Full Time, Part-Time Table Waiting Personnel Flexible hours Excellent working conditions Above average wage for experienced people Apply in Person Anytime To: Fuller's 120 Idylwyld South No Phone Calls Please 12-24-C THE HUDSON BAY SCHOOL UNIT NO. 52 Invites applications for the supply of janitorial and custodial services at the following schools: 1 Porcupine Plain Elementary School (equivalent 12'4 rooms plus other area) Range (3.100-15,700.
For further Information, please contact Mr. M. D. Lucluk, Porcupine Plain (28-2511) Carragana School (7 miles from Porcupine Plain) (equivalent S'j rooms plus other area) Range For further information, please contact Mr. R.
H. Wilson, Prairie River (SS9-4230) (865-29S3) Duties to commence as soon as possible. Please apply' to- the undersigned, on or before December 30. 1974 stating age, experience, references, etc, MISS DORA J. THACK SECRETARY-TREASURER HUDSON BAY SCHOOL UNIT NO.
52 HUDSON BAY. SASKATCHEWAN 12-24-C WANTED RESPONSIBLE PERSON TO care for elderly lady, live in. Salary negouaoie. Appiy to box 4ojb. siar- fnoemx.
iii WANTED COMPETENT HAIR STYL-ist, Eaton's Beauty Salon. Over 1 yr. experience preferred. Apply 242-2352 after 6 p.m. 12-24-c HOUSEKEEPING DEPARTMENT OF Barry Hotel requires cleaning personnel.
For further information phone 244-6193. Management Trainee Young Automotive Store is necking applicants who are willing to work for a future. No experience necessary. We will train. Only mature, conscientious people need apply.
244-4727 for appointment. 12-24-c In 12 REQUIRED EXPERIENCED cashier. Part time for weekends. Must be bondable. Apply in person, 9 am to 5 p.m.
Mohawk Sutherland Service, 205 Central Ave. 12-30-c; HEAD CHEF OR LARGE RESTAU-rant In large Sask. town Please submit resume of experience, age, etc. and salary expected to Box 481X Star-Phoenix. 12-30-C OFFICE HELP WANTED 12A REQUIRED PART-tlme typist between the hours of 4 pin.
and 7 pm. Days phone 242-3193, evenings 374-5552. 12-2S-C Permanent Part-Time Secretary for medical office. 1 or 2 fuU days per week, holiday relief, eic. Must be good typist, familiar with medical tarmanolcgy, billing procedures, etc.
At least 2 years experience required. Apply to Box 454B, Star-Phoenix. tf PERMANENT PART TIME CLERK-' secretary, app. 22 'i hours a week Transportation required. Our staff Is aware of the position.
Write Box 452B Star-Phoenix. 12-24-c MAJOR TRANSPORTATION company requires oilier tor evening work. 3 nights a week, average 5 hours per night. Must type minimum 60 WPM. Call Office Manager, 652-4130.
12-27-c SecretaryTreasurer Applications are invited (or the position of secretary treasurer for the Medstead School Unit. Duties to commence Jan. 1975 or as soon as possible. Thereafter. Unit office is located in the village of Medstead.
A 2 bdrm house is available as residence. Applications stating qualifications, employment background, references, salary, and date available, will be received until 12:00 Dec. 30. Apply to Esther M. Stewart, (Mrs.) Secretary Treasurer Medstead School Unit No.
64, Medstead, Sask. 1-6-c SECRETARY SALES CLERK. RE- quirjd immediately. Qualifications: typing, shorthand. Apply tn writing.
Western Aluminum Products. 221 Jessop Saskatoon. 1-2-C FULL TIME EXPERIENCED RECEP- tlonlst typist, required commencing mm January, applicant snouia oe proficient in typing, personable and able to meet the public well. Some knowledge in bookkeeo na would be an asset. Apply in writing to Fleury Industries 139 J05th Saskatoon, S7N 1Z2.
1-2-c TRAUE SCHOO! 128 CRITICAL SHORTAGE of trained COMPUTER OPERATORS. PROGRAMMERS, KEYPUNCH OPER- ators. machine accountants, exist in Western Canada. Every day we receive requests from industry for Graduates. we cannot mi tneir demands, we can train and place you In a good iob in just a few months.
For full information as to course dates and Jtudent financing, write giving age, education and Shone number to McKay Career Train-igs Ltd. P.O. Box 3o4. Saskatoon. xlf DOMESTIC HELP 1.1 HOUSEKEEPING JpS.
ELDERLY person, two children, live-In. 652-1S23 after 6. 12-24-c WANTED HOUSEKEEPER, babysitter, wo cnuaren. 3 run days a weex. ui-der person preferred.374-9613.
12-30-c WANTED SOMEONE to do daywork. 5 uuuio. iuca. biiu riu dtuti vies. c- 242-1927.
12-26-C BABYSITTING 14 SASKATOON NURSERY 1406 8TR N. Day care for children Mon-Frl. xtl MOTHER GOOSE DAY CARE Modern facilities. Qualified teachers. 7:30 a.m.-s p.m.
BOYCHUCK CENTRE. 374-4481 xt! CHILDREN'S DAY CARE HAYVEN, o02 Main St. Government assistance available. 244-0664. m-l-lO-c SASKATOON CHILD'S DAYCARE Co-op.
Children 2-3 years, downtown lucauon. a.m. 6 p.m. 244-344. xtf PETER PAN KIDDIE CENTRE.
261 3rd So. Day Care for children 242-7939. xtl WILL DO BABYSITTING IN MY home, Christmas Eve ana New Year's Evgg 382-0335. 12-31 -c BABYSITTER NEEDED FOR 2 YEAR old, Mon. and near Rita Cres.
area. 374-9128. 12-24-c MOTHER'S HELPER DAY CARE Eastview. Bright, modern, stimulating. Vacancies available.
374-8533. xtf WILL DO BABYSITTING FOR THE holidays, day or night. Confederation Park. 382-3455. 12-26-c WILL DO BABYSITTING IN MY home, anytime.
Any age. Will pick up, take home, keep overnight, any area. 244-5168. 12-26-p WILL BABYSIT overnight in own nome. iew years tsve.
Must pick up children before 10 next day. 374-5396. 12-24-c BABYSITTER WANTED. after Christmas. Near 2800 Block Melrose Ave.
Phone after i. 652-4361. 12-24-c HOSPITAL PERSONNEL 16 Rosthem Union Hospital requires the service of Registered Nurses, beginning as soon as possible. Salary scale and personnel policies In accordance with S.R.N.A. Forward all Inquiries to: Mrs, M.
Watson Director of Nursing Rosthern Union Hospital Rosthern, Saskatchewan 12-24-c CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANTS required for 28-bed acute care hospital. Salary and benefits according to union agreement. Residence accommodation available. Apply by December 31, 1974 to: DIRECTOR OF NURSING, UNITY UNION HOSPITAL BOX 741. UNITY.
SASK. S0K 4L0 12-26-c MUSICAL INSTRUCTION 17 PIANO LESSONS STARTING IM-mediately. Phone 652-8856. m-12-23-c PIANO LESSONS. 4TH ST.
BROAD-way area. 653-5207. m-T2-21-p VIOLIN LESSONS. QUALIFIED IN-structor, Sutherland studio location. CaU Mr.
Valby. 373-5774. 12-30-p HOBBIES CRAFTS 18 CERAMIC ELECTRIC KILNS START-log at $280 Dlus tax. Ideal Christmas gift. In stock now.
All ceramic sup-piles. Syl and Sons Ceramics 121 Jessop Ave. Phone 374-8844. m-l-7-c TRADES PROFESSIONS 21 BIG GAME AND CUSTOM CUTTING by professional (taff. Ph.
652-5592. m-MO-c REDDON CONCRETE. PLACING AND finishing Patio sidewalks, driveways, and basements. 382-4026. m-l-7-c PAINTING AND REPAIR.
7516. CALL 382-m-l-7-c POW ELECTRIC. FREE ESTIMATES. Day or night. 653-4342 xtf STEAM-RITE RUG AND UPHOLSTERY.
373-1500 Xtf SPRAY-TEX CEILINGS BASEMENTS, rumpus room. Plaster rps. 242-4624. m-l-7-c EXPERIFiNCED accountant will prepare financial statements, tax returns. 242-1225.
m-l-5-C HELP WANTED (Continued! BERGEN THE DEATH OF MRS. Anna Bergen, age 63 of Hague, bask, occurred on Dec. 21, 1974. The funeral service will be held on Tuesday. Dec.
24 at 2 p.m. from the Mennonlte Brethren Church. Warman, tonducted by Mr. George Hawtin, Dalmeny Funeral Home will be in charge. Surviving are: her husband, Frank of Hague.
four daughters, Mrs. Irvin Hilde-brandt tMaryi of New Westminster, Pete Friesen (Katherlne) of Hague. Mrs. Pete Loewen (Anne) of Warman. Mrs.
Isaac Penner (Sarah) of Saskatoon. 3 sons, John of Warman. Pele of Hague, Bob of Warman. 19 grandchildren. Interment will take place In the Chortitz Cemetery in Hague.
12-24-c BREARLEY THE DEATH OF Robert S. (Bobi Brearlev. age 31 years, or 82 Chandler Place, occurred suddenly at bis home on Dec. i974. Surviving are: his wife, Diane: his tarents.
Mr. tnd Mrs. R. Brearley, High Prairie. and one brother, Charles Brear'ey, Rnxboro Quebec.
A memorial seMco will be held on Monday. Dec. 23rd at 4.00 p.m. from Bethel I'pited Church, conducted by Rev. Don Laing.
(Cremation). Saskatoon Funeral Home Is in charge of irransre-ments. 12-24-c BUTLER THE DEATH OF MRS. Alice Butler, age 76 years, of ste. 10.
Kewatin occurred In, a local hospital on Dee. 21st. 1974. The funeral mass will be held on Tuesday. Dec.
24th at 10.00 a.m. from St. Paul's Cathedral. Prayers will be offered In tne Cathedral on Monday, evening at 7.30 p.m. (Memorial donations to the Canadian Cancr Society will be appreciated In lieu of flowers).
Surviving are: four daughters. Mrs. Alf Christensen (Blanche), Saskatoon. Mrs. Reg Day (Irene.
Victoria. B.C.. Mrs. Phil Siretsky (Lorraine), and Mrs. riarnet Buk (Yvonne), bo'h of Saskatoon: two sons.
Albert Bt'Mer. C. and Laivrence Sakitonn: 53 trrandehildren: nine great-srandchil- dren: also one sister. Mrs. Leslie V'eatherhead (Laura), Vancouver.
B.C.: and one brother: Fleury. Saskatoon. She was pred. ceased by her husband. Eusrene Butler 1954.
Mrs. Butler tps born in Wisconsin r-nC as rlrl came to Saskatchewan THh her parents to settle in the Rlaft-lw d's-trlct. Following her marriage she came to make her home In Saskatoon In 1918. Mrs. Butter was a member of St.
Paul's Cathedral and had be" active In the work of the C.W.L. interment wll' tpVe nlacp in the famllv nlot In Wno-Hawn f-th-ollf- flemetorv. EVneral 'Home Is in charge of 12-24-c CAPLETTE THE DEATH OF RAY- mond Joseph George Caplerte, age 44. occurred accidentally on Dec. 19th.
1974. The prayers will be held at 9.30 p.m., Dec. at West-wood Funeral Home. Funeral mass will be held at 10.30 a.m. from St.
Mary's Church, conducted by Father Fourchalk. Surviving are: his loving wife, Clarissa: one son, Blake: and two daughters, Trlni and Dawn; his mother. Mrs. Rose Capldte: his brothers Paul of Cochin. Roclry of Burnaby.
B.C.. Eddy of Calgary, Clarence. Dennis, Bob, Charlie. Roy, Victor, Don and Jim. of Saska'non: and.
one sister, Irene Gourdeau. elso of Saskatoon. He was oredeceased by his father. Louie Caplerte in 1958. Raymond Caplerte was born at Jack-fish Lake and in 1964 came to Saskatoon and resided here until, his death.
Interment will take p'ace In Woodlawn Catholic Cemetery. The family would appreciate my donations to go to the Saskatoon Sanitarium Instead of floral arrange ments. 12-24-c ELLSWORTH THE DEATH OF Mrs. Jessie H. Ellsworth, age 87 years, of 2224 Ewart Avenue Saskatoon, occurred In hospital on Dec.
20th. 1974. The funeral service wU be held on Tuesday, Dec. 24th at 10.30 a.m. from the Chapel of Saskatoon Funeral Home, conducted by Mr.
B. Tansley. (In lieu of flowers, donations to the Shrincrs Crippled Children's Hospital, :065 Hamilton Regina. would be appreciated). Surviving are: a son.
Ross of Saskatoon: a brother, James Dug-gans, of Regina, and a sister. Mrs. Jean Tansley of Regtna. She was predeceased by her husband, Walter, on October 5th. 1981.
Mrs. Ellsworth was born at Condie Saskatchewan and lived there until moving to Regina. She later moved to Vancouver where she was married 1913. In 1919 she returned to Regina. She had lived at several points in the province nrior to moving to Blggar In 1929.
For the past 17 she had resided in Saskatoon. Mrs. KIls-worth was a life member of O.E.S. Chapter No. 4.
interment will take phce tn Woodlawn Cemeterv. (Courtesy narking south of the Chawl on 4th Avenue at 25th Street). 12-24-c GIBSON THE DEATH OF ALEX-ander Gibson, age 63 years, of 303 208 Sask. East, occurred In a local hospital on Dec. 22nd, 1974.
The funeral service will be he'd on Tuesday. Dec. 24th at 3.30 p.m. from the Chapel of the Saskatoon Funiral Home, conducted by Archdeacon H. W.
Brandrick. Surviving are: bis wife. Marg: one daughter. Mrs. Shirley Dlouhy Saskatoon: one son, Wayne, Fdmonton: three irrandchll-dren: also one sister, Mrs.
Mae Hewetson. Regina. He was predeceased by a brother. Robert Gibson. Mr.
Gibson was born in Regina and received his education in that city. He had been employed with Scott National Fruit in Regina and Moose Jaw prior to coming to Saskatoon about 16 years ago. Mr. Gibson had been engaged with the Corps of Commissionaires in Saskatoon for several years. A veteran of the Sec ond World War he served overseas with the rank of Sgt.
Major with the Regina Rifles. He was a life mem-ber of the Army. Navy and Air Force Veterans. Mr. Gibson was a life member of Doric Masonic Lodge No.
71. A.F. ft A.M. In Moose Jaw and was a member of the Scottish Rite. Interment will take place In the Soldiers' Field in Woodlawn Cemetery.
'Courtesy parking area south of the Chapel on 4th Avenue 2.Vh Street). 12-24-c PR1TCHARD THE DEATH OF MR. Amable Pritchatd, age 80 years of 803 Ave. north. Saskatoon, occurred in a local hospital on Sunday, December 22, 1974.
The Funeral Mass will be held on Tuesday, December 24(h at 9 a.m. from St. Mary's Church, conducted by Rev. P. Four-chalk.
C.Ss.R. Prayers will be said at Westwood Funeral Chapel. Monday evening at 8 p.m. Surviving are: his loving wife, Mary Jane; eight daughters, Mrs. Helen Desjar-lais.
Wheatland, Mrs. Rose Tanner. Mrs. Margaret Lamanas. and Mrs.
Jean Ferrierre all of Est-erhazy. Mrs. Josephine Hay-den. Spy Hill. Mrs.
Ann Bishop. Crooked River, Mrs. Rosallee Arnasen, Saskatoon, Miss Grace Prichard, Saskatoon; three step daughters, Mrs. Elizabeth Low and Mrs. Grace Mallett both of Brandon.
Man. and Mrs. Josephine Tarr. Saskatoon; four sons, Joe, Robert, Ronnie and Michael, all of Saskatoon; one brother, Arthur, Langenburg, Sask. The late Mr.
Prit. elwrd was born at Welby, Sask. and lived there until 1971. He moved to Saskatoon in 1971 and had lived here since. Interment will take place in the Roman Catholic Cemetery.
Arrangements are in care of Westwood Funeral Chapel. 12-24-c WOLOSCH THE DEATH OF MRS. Thora Elizabeth Wolosch. age 73 years of Ste. 2.
920 Victoria Avenue, Saskatoon occurred at her residence on December 20. 1974. The funeral service will be held on Tuesday, December 24th at 1:30 p.m. from the Chapel of Saskatoon Funeral Home. (In lieu of flowers, donations to the Shrtners Crippled Chlldrens Hospital, 2065 Hamilton Regina would be appreciated).
Surviving are: a son, Lloyd A. Wolosch of Nanaimo. B.C.; three grandchildren; two sisters. Mrs. Emma Cowicy and Mrs.
Dora Dybvig both of Saskatoon. She was predeceased bv her husband. Lee A. Wolosch tn 1967; by four brothers. Louis.
Casper. Joseph and Elmer and by a sister, Mrs. Annie Brevig. Mrs. Wol.
osch was born In Minnesota and came to the Asqulth district In 1905. In 1928 she moved to Biggar and lived there until coming to Saskatoon in. 1938. She was a member of First Church of Christ Scientist. Interment will take place in Hill-crest Memorial Gardens.
(Courtesy parking south of the Chapel on 4th Avenue at 25th Street). 12-24-c FUNERALS DAY THE FUNERAL SERVICE OF Mr. Frederick Day, who died on i December 16, 1974, was held from Westwood Funeral Chapel on December 20. 1974 at 1:30 p.m., conducted i by Archdeacon H. Brandrlck.
Pall-1 bearers were: J. W. Hezmalhalch. H. C.
Ashelford, John Lazier, J. R. Murray, C. Rutherford, W. J.
Jack. Interment was made in Soldiers' Field, Woodlawn Cemetery. Arrangements were in care of Westwood Funeral Chapel. 12-24-C TILE. MASONRY SERVICE.
BLOCKS, bricks, fireplaces, ceramics. 652-4260. xtf SNOW AND JUNK REMOVAL, DER-. dall Landscaping. 382-588S.
m-l-3-c CONCRETE WORK Basement plaster basement wails, jacking and levelling and repairs, winter rates, 343-7437 m-12-230 STEAM CARPET CLEANING. REA-sonble prices. 3S2-2902. m-l-21-c CABINET. RUMPUS ROOM.
PATIOS, garage i. offices, remodelling. Free estimates. 653-U934. xtf PROFESSIONAL MEAT CUTTER WILL cut and wrap your meat (as yuu like It).
242-2402. m-l-20-c REPAIRING OF CUTS. -HOLES, burns, in vinyl' leather and Nauga-hyiie. Special Vinyl Repair Service. 3S2-8323 m-12-28-C KITCHEN CABINETS Supplied and Installed.
50 combinations. Oak mahogany and particle board. Reasonable. 382-4400. m-1-11 Olson Steam Carpet Clean Carpets upholstery.
Free estimates. 24 hour service 242-5(te3 it! FOR RENOVATIONS RUMPUS room, etc. 653-1917 374-1277. m-U-27-C DRYWALL, TAPING, SUSPENDED ceilings, steel studs. 382-2507.
Val, xtf CHUCK'S CONCRETE CONST. Driveways. Patios, Floors. 652-7680. xtf VACUUM HOSES REPAIRED.
32.95. Phone 242-0266. m-12-22-c COUPLE WANT OFFICE CLEANING by contract. 343-7437. m-12-23 RUBBISH REMOVAL and small moving jobs.
343-7437. m-12-23-9 HOOVER WASHER TROUBLES? Call us. free ests. on repairs. CITY VACUUM SERVICE, 242-9266.
xtf FOR LIGHT HAULING, PICK UPS and delivery. 242-3432. 1-6 WELDING Qualified High Pressure Welding Specializing in trailer building and all types of general repair. Contract work. Insured portable rig.
Phone 244-0810. m-12-25-c DUPPERON DISPOSAL 652-1927 Xtf HAL'S ELECTRIC. 1301 AVE. 382-7234. J.
N. xtf CUSTOM MEAT CUTTING, WRAP-ping 652-3944. m-12-14-c 32-7234. xtf J-LITTERED TEXTURED CEILINGS. JOHN.
244-6969; KEN. 632-9380. m-l-n-c GILBERT AND MARTIN. CONCRETE CONTRACTING-652-3283 xtf WELDING. 374-6823 374-1300.
m-3-6-c RUMPUS ROOMS. KITCHEN quality finishing work. 242-3029. Jn-12-14-c CARPENTRY, REPAIRS, Hons. 244-4774.
RE NOVA. 21-12-11-0 MAJESTIC Steam Carpet Cleaning Low prices. 374-4760, 382-7174. m-1-7-0 WALL WASHING SERVICE. RUGS and furniture cleaned.
373-3331. xtf FOR HELP IN A HURRY CALL Harry. Does almost anything. 653 m-12-29-c TERRA CEMENT SERVICE LTD. Driveways, patios, sidewalks, residential, commercial floors, basement repairs.
242-2398. xtf WILL DO LIGHT TRUCKING DAY-time or evening. 382-6017. m-1-4-0 WE SPECIALIZE IN CLEANING suedes and leathers. Free pick-un and delivery.
3S2-1385. Saskatoon Mini-Magic Dry-Cleaning Centre. m-l-14-xc DIRT. TREE. GARBAGE REMOVAL-Hagan.
242-8556 meal-time. itf DUPPERON CLEANING ALSO MOVING, PAINTING 652-1927 Sli City Carpet Cleaning Co. Established 1918. 103 Ave. So.
Rug. Upholstery. Reweaving. 2-12-2648. xtf TEXTURED CEILINGS Complete drywall.
Appl. Machine taping. City or Country. star Drywati, 652-rau xl! TEXTURED CEILINGS ARE OUR specialty. Complete drywall service.
Taping. City or country. Burke Contracting. Phone 244-3348. xtf CARPENTRY RUMPUS ROOMS.
RE-pairs, 242-47S4. 652-8959. m-12-23-0 INSULATE NOW Insulation machine blown, celufibre, 30'o better. Attics, walls. Eliminate condensation, high fuel bills.
Reason, able. Guaranteed A-l. Absolute Builders Ltd. 242-2912. Xtf CARPENTER WORK.
R.R. FINISHING work, cupboards, office remodelling, etc. 652-5291. m-1-143 PROFESSIONAL RUG, TILE INS1AL-latlons. For estimates 242-5681 or 242-2609.
m-12-23-e Quick, Reliable Service Insulation roofing, eavestroughing, cement work, painting chimneys. Re-pairs of any kind. Guaranteed work. Free est. A-l Absolute Builders Ltd.
242-2912. 'f GENERAL REMODELLING CON-tractors. All phases of construction: complete basement renovations carpeting at contract prices Kitchen redesigned call Independent Consultants Ltd. 382-3842, m-12-21-c SEWING MACHINE SERVICE We service all makes of sewing machines. Approved Singer dealer.
Fashion Rite Sewing Centre, Market Mall. Phone 374-4414. m-l-W HANDY MAN SERVICE, truck moving. 374-3102. ,4 TON m-l-lo-c CUSTOM HARDWOOD TABLES.
PH. after 6. 244-4371. m-l-ll-c SCHMIDT BROS. EXCAVATING, F1N- al grading, snow removal, clean cor rals.
J4Z-6ZU8. mine WELDING, 1100 Central Avenue. 374- 6823. 374-1300. m-1-20-0 CABINETS rumpus room repairs Phone 373-3781.
m-6-20-c PAINTING 21A STAN L. HILDEBRANDT Painting and decorating. 653-1197 m-3-l-e DECORATING BY GEORGE repairs, wall papering. 653-2931. m-l-7-e NICK'S PAINTING Interior, exterior painting.
Heat, rates, free est. 382-6656. m-l-2-c PAINTING AND DECORATING. IN-terior and exterior. 652-6752.
m-5-30-o DUPPERON PAINTING Spray or Roller Inside, Outside, City or Country. 652-1927 Xtf lOWARD'S PAINTING AND DEC. Ext. and Int. Specialize In wood-work, Rerinlshlng.
Free Estimates, 382-3205. m-t-6-p lo-COST PAINTING. DECORATING GUAR. WORK Phone 343-9198 xti WARD'S PAINTING AND DECORAT-Ing, Interior. Exterior.
Phone 3S2-2618. xtf GET YOUR CEILINGS TEXTURED now. Quick service. 652-9923. m-18-27-c TEXTURED CEILINGS WALLPAPER HANGING PAINTING 374-2585 m-l--p EXPERT PAINTING.
INTERIOR OR exterior, Wlnlei rates. Free estimate. Guaranteed work. 382-9794. 242-8733.
m-lll-o PAINTING. CALL FOR ESTIMATES. 653-3248 or m-12-23-c FREE ESTIMATES ON TEXTURED CEILINGS. REPAIRING ft PAINTING. 242-0727 m-l-8-c TEXTURED.
CEILINGS done at a reasonable rale, 342-0532. m-12-23-0 Star-Phoemx Classified Ad Rates: I en Cents Per Word Per Day Six Consecutive Insertions (or the Price of Five Minimum Count 12 Words Minimum Dally Charge $1.20 Classified Display Is charged at per single column inch. Where 10 point or large type ts desired by the advertiser for the complete advertisement the rate per word 20c per day. Minimum count VI words, minimum daily charge (2.40. Figures In groups of five or less, dollar marks, initial letters, count as one word.
Where one line Is set in 10 point and the balance set In ordinary classified type the charge Is 96c per day for Uie 10 point line. Where the use of a box number Is desired, count as four words extra. City or rural Star-Phuenix Box Numbers plea.se add $2 .00 extra to cover cost of handling and postage While every endea-vur will be made to forward replies to box numbers to the advertiser as soon as pussible, 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 by negligence or otherwise. City advertisers must pick up box replies at the Star-Phoenix office. The Star-Phoenix assumes no responsibility for error after the first Insertion.
1 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Semi-Displays Accepted 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon dally Monday to Friday for publication following day (except holidays.) TELEPHONE HOURS: Office Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. for following day's publication. Word Ads Accepted Word ads will be accepted by tele-Dhone to 8:30 D.m.
Mondav through Friday, Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon lor next day puDiication. Continues, cancellations, corrections will be accepied to 8:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 8:30 a.m. to 1 noon Saturday for next day puliation.
On days when the business office Is closed. Word Ads for publication in our next Issue may be left In the box In the rront vestibule of tne star-fnoenix of fice. Please be sure to leave your tame, aoaress, pnone numoer ana number of insertions desired. NOTICES Death and Funeral Notices OO for first 125 words. Each additional word, 10c.
Births Marriages, In Memoriums, Engagements. Cards of Thanks 33.50 first 50 words. Each additional word iuc per word. Display Advertising SCHEDULE OF COPY ACCEPTANCE 1UESDAY. 12 00 noon for Thursday WEDNESDAY 12:00 nuon for Friday.
'imukmuay 12 UU noon tor Saturday FRIDAY 12:00 noon for Mondav. FRIDAY 3:00 pm for Tuesday and Wednesday publication. All of the above times on a "copy in hand allow tuna for copy picx-up ana preparauon, SUBSCRIPTION RATES By carrier 75 cent per week collected bi-weekly. MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES IN SASKATCHEWAN 1 year $49 00 8 months $24.50 a months $13 50 1 month $5.50 Sat. only $10.00 per sr.
To All Other Provinces In Canada 1 year $60.00 i momn to Sat. only per year $13.50 U.S A. and Forelen 1 year $35.00 1 month ir.no Sat. only per year $10.00 CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAY, SUNDAYS CLASSIFIED AD PHONE 653-2100 TENDERS SASKATCHEWAN GOVERNMENT INSURANCE OFFICE INVITATION TO TENDER FOR CONSTRUCTION OF NEW CLAIMS SliRVICE CENTRE SASKATOON, SASKATACHEWAN Sealed tenders will be received at the office of the Consulting Engineers until 2 00 p.m. Central Standard Time, Thursday.
January 23. 1975 and will be opened in public immediately thereafter. The work consists of; The construction of a new Claims Service Centre In Saskatoon. Tender documents may beeobtalned by the Contractors from Uriuerwood McLellan Associates Limited, 920 Avord Towers. Saskatoon, on deposit of $100.00.
This deposit will be refunded upon return of the tender documents, in g6od condition, within thirty (30) days after the opening date. Tender documents may also be viewed at Construction Associations in Saskatoon. Moose Jaw. Lloydminster, Regina and Prince Albert. Subtrade contractors shall file tenders in accordance with the Saskatchewan Bid Depository Regulations at the Saskatoon Branch, 532 2nd Avenue North, Saskatoon, before 2:00 p.m.
Tenders must be accompanied by a certified cheque or Bid Bond in the amount of tea per cent (10) of the tender price. The Owner reserves the right to reject any orall tenders received. Prime Consultants: Underwood McLetland Associates Limited Consulting Architect: Turhan Okeren Saskatoon. Saskatchewan 12-24-c-s Tenders will be received by the undersigned until Wednesday, January 8. 1975, for the delivery of the following school buses: 1 48 passenger 236 passenger 220 passenger (panel) 1 23 passenger busette.
Tenders must be completed on official specification forms, which may be obtained from the Davidson School Unit Office, Davidson. Sask. C. V. Chrlstensen Secretary-Treasurer 12-24-c DEA.IS KERNEN THE DEATH OF MRS.
E. Feme Kernen (nee Jellison), age 81 years, of 508 Queen Street, a pioneer resident of the province occurred in a local hospital on Dec. 22nd. 1974. The funeral service will be held on Tuesday.
Dec. 24th at 3.30 p.m. from Third Avenue United Church, conducted by Rev. W. J.
Phillips Rees. i Memorial donations to the Third Avenue United Chinch Memorial Fund, will be aporeciated in lieu of flowers i. Surviving are-two daughters. Mrs. J.
Reid (Jewell. Saskatoon, and Wilia Kernen. Seoul. Korea: one son Saskatoon: Ihree grandsons, Douglas. Rodney and Kenneth Reid: two sisters.
Mrs. Bruce Barr (Barbara). Victoria. B.C., and Mrs. Charles Marin (Venial in Arizona: two brothers, Donald Jellison Red Doer, and Greg Jellison, Vemon, B.C.
She was predeceased by her husband, Herman J. Kernen In 1(168. and by a sister, Orpha in 1963. Mrs. Kemen was born in Iowa In 189.1 and came with her parents to Canada to settle on a homestead near North Battleford.
Sask. She attended Saskatoon Normal School and tiMght school at Meola for several years. She married Herman J. Kernen In 1917 and together they farmed at Girvin Sask. until coming to make their home In Saskatoon In 1936.
Mrs. Kernen was a member of Third Avenue United Church and had been active In llie work of the U.C.W. Interment will take place In the family plot In Woodlawn Cemetery. Sfskntoon. Funeral Home Is In charge of arrangements.
12-24-c Listings Wanted 38 Livestock Accessories 33 Loans Wanted 64 Lost It Found 10 Lots Wanted 41 Lots for sale Lumber Supplies J7 Memorial Society I Miscellaneous 29 Mobile Humes 70 Munev to Loan 63 Monuments 0 'Storage 26A Musical instruction 17 NursiBg Homeg 23B office Help Wanted 12A painting 21A personal 24 Pet stock 37 Plumbing 22A Poultry tggs Real Estate 43 Resorts 27 Rental Service 75 Roofing Eavestroughs 22 Rooms Furnished 53 Rooms Unfurnished 54 Rooms (Fumished ft Unfurn.) 54A Rooms Wanted 55 Sates Personnel It Skiing Equipment Situations Wanted 70D 15 Snowmobiles ft Accessories 70 stores ftmce. Suites Furnished Suites Unfurnished SuitM (furnished-Unfurn.) 60 38 31 51A 31 Suites Wante(J 52 32 Swap Teachers Wanted 23 Towing 74 Trade Schools 12B Trades ft Professions 21 TV Rentals 25C Warehouse Space A 4: Weddings 1C HELP WANTED (Continued) 12 TRANSMISSION MECHANICS REQUIRED By one of Western Canada's fastest growing firms. Applicants should desire trr specialize and prefer bench work Salary can be Weil over 3300 per week. Full company benefits. Please send complete re sume to box 404B star-fnoetux.
WANTED AUTOBODY PERSON. Wages flat rate or hourly. Permanent position. Rose town Paint and Body, P.O. Box 726.
Phone 882-2822. tf REQUIRE JANITORS AND CLEAN- ers tor offices. 8 Hour snift ana part-time between 3 and 5 hours nightly. Apply Mr. Klean Enterprises, 334 20th St.
W. tf Secretary-Treasurer required by the RM of Wellington No. 97. Applications are Invited from qualified persons, or persons enrolled in the local government administration for the position of secretary-treasurer for lite municipality. Please submit applications not later than Dec.
21, 1974. Include a resume with details as to age. marital status, education, employment experience, recommendations and any other pertinent information, also Indicate the salary range required. H. PATTERSON, SECRETARY-TREASURER.
CEDOUX. SASK. 12-24-C EA WHILE you learn with Vanda Beauty counselor stiu time for Christmas sales. 382-0770. 1-3-c MACHINIST required Immediately for growing agri cultural industry, salary negotiable Direct all Inquiries stating age and ex perience to Frlggstad Manufacturing Box 150 Frontier, Sask, 296-2177.
tf AMBITIOUS PEOPLE WANTED TO work part time as Fuller representatives In Saskatoon. Must be well groomed and 18 or over. Very good hourly earning. Call 343-8222 m-t-3-c Need Extra Cash? PART-TIME OR FULL-TIME Male or female age open Variety of positions available No experience necessary Free training Enjoy serving' a satisfticd public in our newly designed Mini-Combo. For more information call 374-6464 Now hiring at 2512 8lh Street 12-24-c PEOPLE WANTED TO FILL VAR IOUS positions in dining room, kitchen, and coffee shop.
Apply in person, Saskatoon Travelodge. 1-2-c WANTED ELDERLY MARRIED COU- Pie to caretake. For small apartment block. To live In. At reduced rent.
242-9976. 12-24-c McELHANNEY SURVEYING EDMONTON. ALBERTA REQUIRE Qualified personnel In the surveying field, being senior instrument men andor party chiefs. Background well sites and subdivisions a definite asset. Contact Mr.
George Homenko at 439-3951 or 454-8386 for further information. McELHANNEY SURVEYING and ENGINEERING LTD. 10507 81st Avenue. EDMONTON, ALBERTA T6E 1X7 12-24-c UNLIMITED OPPORTUNITY FOR the right man for a new retail outlet. 652-4915.
12-24-c WANTED WAITERS-WAITRESSES for Imperial Dining Room. Apply In person to Judy Johnston, King George Motor Hotel. 12-26-c EXPERIENCED SHAMPOOER for beauty salon to work Dec. 24th and 31st. 242-8448 9 a.m.
to D.m. 12-24-c A STEAK FOR EVERY MEAL, THAT'S WHAT OUR EMPLOYEES HAVE Bonanza Restaurant. 301S 8th has openings for FULL TIME DESSERT AND SALAD PREPARATION 40-HOUR WEEK Persons applying should be neat and personable. Apply In person to Dwaine Haugh-tan at Bonanza Restaurant, 8th St. and Arlington between the hours of I a.m.
and 6 p.m. 1-3-c THROUGH CLASSIFIED MAKE A PUPPY HAPPY FIND HIM A HOME TELEPHONE CLASSIFIED 653-2100 Monday Friday 8:30 8:30 Saturday 8:30 a.m.- Noon.
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