Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada on October 5, 1974 · 36
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Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada · 36

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
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36 the STAR-PHOENIX Saskatoon, Saturday, October 5, 1974 TENDERS (Continued) TENDERS (Conlliiuedl DEATHS HELP WANTED (Coulluuedi 12 HELP WANTED (Continued) HELP WANTED tloittinued) 12 TENDERS GYMNASIUM ADDITION TO ST. PATRICK SCHOOL SASKATOON, SASKATCHEWAN Sealed Tenders lor the above project will be received up to 2:00 P.M. iCST) Wednesday. October 23. 1974 at the Separate School Board Office. Drawings and Specifications may be Obtained at the office of the Architect on deposit of $50.00 recoverable upon return of same in good condition. Sub-trades shall file their Tenders tn accordance with the Saskatchewan Bid Depository Regulations at their offices before 2:00 P.M. (C.S.T.) Monday. October 21, 1974. Tenders are to be accompanied by a bid bond or marked cheque for ten per cent (10 ) of the Tender price. The lowest or any Tender not neces-larily accepted. OWNER: Mr. G. T. Molloy Secretary-Treasurer Board of Education St. Paul's R.C.S.S.D. No. 20 247 1st Avenue North SASKATOON. Saskatchewan S7K 1X3 ARCHITECT: Turhan Okeren Architect Ltd. 306 Avenue Building SASKATOON. Saskatchewan S7K 1M1 10-7-c TENDERS CENTRAL MORTGAGE AND HOUSING CORPORATION SEALED TENDERS, plainly marked as to content and addressed to the undersigned will be received up to 2:00 p.m.. C.S.T., Thursday. Oct. 31. 1974 for the construction of 16 units for senior citizens at Rosthera, Saskatchewan, sponsored by tfte Federal Government. Province of Saskatchewan and the Town of Rust hern. Plans and specifications and forms ol tender required can be obtained by prime contractors at the address shown below and are available for inspection at Saskatoon. Regina. Moose Jaw and Prince Albert Construction Associations at the Town Hall in Rosthern and at CMHC offices at Saskatoon and Regina. A deposit of $100 is required for each . set of plans. specifications and documents. This deposit is forfeited if plan, specifications and documents are not received at this office intact and in good condition on or before the tenth day following the date of contract award. Each tender must be accompanied by a 10ci Bid Bond or by a security deposit of 10b of the tender wncra the tender does not exceed 3250.000. plus 5 of the amount by which the tender exceeds $250,000. The maximum amount of security deposit required with any one tender is $100,000. Such security deposit shall be retained by Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation to ensure due performance of the contract. Cash, a certified cheque, bearer or negotiable "Dominion of Canada" bonds will be accepted as security deposit. All cheques must be made payable to the order of "Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation". The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. G. R. DAY. Manager. Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation, Box 1107, 440 2nd Avenue, North, Saskatoon Sask. 10-7-c TENDERS Are Invited to screen, load and place approximately 5000 yards of gravel on grid roads. Tenders to be made on a per yard mile basis with a minimum haul quoted. Haul likely out of two pits and to short mileage over the municipality, average haul approximately 12 miles. Tenders to be opened at 2 p m., October 12th. R. E. Gardiner. Sec.-Treas. R.M. of Sarnia No. 221 10-7-C SASKATCHEWAN POWER CORPORATION TENDERS Sealed proposals will be received from contractors until 12:00 noon, C.S.T., on October 29,. 1974, for: The Detailing, Supply and Erection of Exterior Building Skin and Roofing far the Boundary Dam Power Station, Estevan, Saskatchewan Plans. Specifications, and related documents are available at the office of: The Purchasing Manager, Saskatchewan Power Corporation, Victoria Avenue at Scarth Street, Regina. Saskatchewan. S4P 0S1 Copies of the specifications and related documents are available for examination at the offices of the Regina, Saskatoon and Moose Jaw Construction Associations. The lowest or any proposal will not necessarily be accepted. 10-7-c CENTRAL MORTGAGE AND HOUSING CORPORATION PROPOSAL Housing - Craik F.P. 1 SEALED PROPOSALS, plainly marked as to conlent and addressed to the undersigned, will be received up to 2:00 P.M. Regina City Time, Oct. 24. 1974, for the design and construction of 10 Senior Citizens Housing Units sponsored by the Government, the Province of Saskatchewan and the Town of Craik. Site plans, specifications and forms of Proposal required can be obtained by prime contractors at the address shown below, and are available for inspection at Regina. Moose Jaw and Saskatoon Construction Associalions. at the Town of Craik. and at C M.H.C. offices at Regina and Saskatoon. Each proposal must be accompanied by a lO'o Bid Bond or by a security deposit of 1U" of the proposal where the proposal does not exceed $250,000. plus icl of the amount by which the proposal exceeds $250,000. The maximum amount of security deposit required wlih any one proposal is $100,000. Such security deposit shall be retained by Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation to ensure due performance of the contract. Canada Bonds will be accepted as security deposit. All cheques must be made payable to the order of Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation. The lowest or any proposal not necessarily accepted. E. A. Flichel, Manager. Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation, P.O. Box 1186. ' 1917 Broad Street. Regina, Saskatchewan, in-7-c TENDER FOR MAIN FARM ACCESS ROAD - CONSTRUCTION Sealed Tenders for construction of approximately 5.1 miles of Matn Farm Access Road, addressed to the undersigned and marked "Tender for Main Farm Access Road Construction" will be received In the office of the Secretary-Treasurer until 10:00 a.m. C.S.T. on October 15, 1974. Road to be constructed according to engineering design and must piss Gov-eminent Main Farm Access Road inspection. Each Tender must be accompanied by a certified cheque made out to the Municipality in the amount of $2,000.00. Approximate volume of excavation ta 97.0OO cubic yards. Specifications, estimates and tender forms may be obtained from the undersigned. The lowet or any Tender not necessarily accepted. Mr. S. Woodward. Sec.-Treas. R.M. of Nlpawia No. 487 Codette. Sask. S0E 0P0 TORCHINSKY CONSULTING LTD., CONSULTING ENGINEERS P.O. Box tit Prince Albert, Sask. SliV 3X2 10-7-c-$ Pares Canada TENDER CALL Contract No. 573 74-39 Supply of materials and construction of structural, mechanical and sewage disposal system for phase 1 of the Visitor Reception Centre at Fort Walsh National Historic Park, Maple Creek, Saskatchewan, all In accordance with the plans and specifications. Sealed Tenders, marked as to content and addressed to Contracts Officer, Parks Canada, Prairie Region. 114 Garry Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3C 1G1 will be received up to: 3:00 p.m. (D.S.T.) Thursday, October 24. 1974. , Tender documents can be: Obtained by General Contractors from Superintendent, Fort Walsh National Historic Park, Maple Creek, Saskatchewan and from Contracts Officer, Prairie Region. Parks Canada, 114 Garry Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba, on deposit of $50.00 (Certified Cheque) payable to the Receiver General of Canada, refundable on return ot documents in good condition. Examined at Superintendent's Office. Fort Walsh National Historic Park. Maple Creek, Saskatchewan, Prairie Regional Office, Parks Canada, 114 Garry Street, Winnipeg. Manitoba and Construction Association Offices at Regina. Swift Current, Moose Jaw and Saskatoon. Saskatchewan and Medicine Hat and Lethbridge. Alberta. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Winnipeg, Manitoba R. P. Malls Director ' Prairie Region 10-7-c TENDERS HOLIDAY PARK CAMPSITE EXTENSION SEALED TENDERS for the construction of the above project will be received by the Purchasing Department. Citv Hall. Saskatoon, Saskat chewan up to 2:00 p.m. local time Wednesday. octoDer 3tnn. i4 ana will be opened in public immediately thereaftef. Plans and specifications for this project may be obtained from the Purchasing Department. City Hall on or after October 7th. 1974 on a deposit of fifty dollars i$50.00 for each set of plans and specifications. This will be refunded on return of the documents in good condition within seven (7 days after the opening date. Subcontractors may view plans and specifications at the Saskatchewan Bid Depository Incorporated at the Saskatoon Branch before 2:00 p.m. local time October 2Stlv, 1974. Tenders must be accompanied by a Certified Cheque or Bid Bond in the amount of ten per cent (10CJ) of the tender price. The Citv of Saskatoon reserves the right to reject in whole or in part any one or all tenders. Direct all enquiries to Ray Burdeyny, Building Department, Telephone 244-1732, City Hall. W.H.L. Godsalve. Chief City Commissioner. City of Saskatoon 10-9-c CENTRAL MORTGAGE AND HOUSING CORPORATION PROPOSAL Housing - Areola F.P. 1 SEALED PROPOSALS plainly marked as to content and addressed to the undersigned, will w be received up to 2:00 P.M. Regina City Time. October 24. 1974. for the design and construc tion of 10 senior citizens housing units sponsored by the Federal Gov ernment, the province of tiaskatcne-wan, and the Town of Areola. Site plans, specifications and forms of proposal required can be obtained by prime contractors at the address shown below and are available for inspection at Regina. Moose Jaw and Saskatoon Construction Associations, at the Town of Areola, and at C.M.H.C. offices at Regina and Saskatoon. Each proposal must be accompanied by a 10" Bid Bond or by a security deposit of 10 of the proposal where the proposal does not exceed $250,000, plus 5o of the amount by which the proposal exceeds $250,000. The maximum amount of security deposit required with any one proposal is $100,000. Such security deposit shall be retained by Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation to ensure due performance of the contract. Canada Bonds will be accepted as security deposit. All cheques must be made payable to the order of Centra Mortgage and Housing Corporation. The lowest or any proposal not necessarily accepted. E. A Flichel. Manager. Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation. P.O. Box 11S6. 1917 Broad Street, Regina, Saskatchewan. 10-7-c ' TENDER FOR GRID ROAD RECONSTRUCTION Sealed tenders for construction of approximately 4.3 Miles of Grid Road, addressed to the undersigned and marked "Tender for Grid Road Construction" will be received in the office of the Secretary-Treasurer until 2:00 o'clock p.m. C.S.T. on Oct. 8. 1974, Road to be constructed according to engineering desien ind must pass Government Grid Road Inspection. Each Tender must be accompanied by a cer. titled cheque made out to the Municipality In the amount of $1,000.00. Approximate volume of excavation Is M.oiX) cubic yards, specifications, estim- ates ana tender forms may be obtained from the undersigned. 8he lowest or any tender not necMsarily accepted. Mr. M. C. Boyle. Sec.-Treas. R.M. of Arm River No. 232 Davidson, Sask, TORCHINSKY CONSULTING LTD. CONSULTING ENGINEERS, 121 tOotn STREET EAST. SASKATOON, SASKATCHEWAN. 10-7-c TENDER FOR MAIN FARM ACCESS ROAD CONSTRUCTION Sealed tenders for construction of approximately 4.0 miles of Main Farm Access Road, addressed to the undersigned and marked "Tender for Main Farm Access Road Construction" will be received in the office of the Municipal Road Assistance Authority. Cod-ville Building. 1st Ave. and 14th St. Fast. Prince Albert until 1:00 o'clock P.M. Central Standard Time, Monday, October 7, 1974. Located: Through Muskeg Lake Indian Reserve No. 102. Road to be constructed according to engineering design and must pass Government Main Farm Access Road Inspection. Each tender must be accompanied by a certified cheque made to the Municipal Road Assistance Authority in the amount of one thousand seven hundred ($1,700) dollars. Approximate volume of excavation is 85,000 cubic yards. Specifications estimates and tender forms may be obtained from the under signed. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Mr. Fred Brown. District Engineer. Municipal Road Assistance Authority. Codvllle Building. 1st Ave. k 11th St. East. PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. S6V 2B3. Torchinsky Consulting Ltd., P.O. Box 610. North Industrial Triangle, Prince Albert Sask. S8V 5S2. Parks Canada ALLAN OLIVE CHRISTINA ALLAN. Biyyar. Sask. Born June 3, 1895, passed away October 3. 1974 at the age of 79 years. Funeral service Monday. October 7. 2 p.m. at the St. Paul s Anglican Church. Biggar. Ot-fiant Rev. D. Wells. Interment at the Biggar Cemetery with Biggar Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. 10-7-c BLUE - FREDRICK NEIL BLUE passed away in a local hospital. Saskatoon on Thursday, October 3. 1974 at the age of 74 years. He was born In Metis, Quebec on September 24, 1900 where he went to school. He came west to Saskatchewan In 1929 where he worked as a laborer and commenced a business as a garage man in 1934. He was married to Hazel Beggs in 1936 and has resided at Colonsay since then. He leaves to mourn his loss his loving wife Hazel, one sister Mrs. Mabel McEwing, East Farnham. Quebec, 4 brothers, Mac of Sawyerville, Quebec, Don of Cowansvllle, Quebec, Bill of Cowons-ville, Quebec. Jack of Ingleside. Ontario. He was predeceased by his mother and father and three sisters. The funeral service will be held from Colonsay United Church on Monday at 2 o'clock Central Standard Time with Mr. Harvey Hurran officiating. 1 Interment will take place in Colonsay Union Cemetery. Family requests in lieu of flowers donations be made to the Cancer Research. Young's Funeral Home Viscount is in charge of arrangements. 10-7-p CASLEY - THE DEATH OF ALVIN H. Casley age 65 years of Asquith. Saskatchewan occurred in a local hospital on October 4th. 1974. The funeral service will be held on Monday, October 7th, at 1:30 p.m. from McKague's Funeral Home conducted by Rev. Stewart Dingwall. Surviving are: his wife, Esther, and one sister. Mrs. Lloyd (Marion) Johnson, of Asquith. Mr. Casley was born in Prince Edward Island. He came west with his parents to the Asquith district about 1910, and later farmed in the area until retiring in 1972. Interment will be made in the Eagle Creek Cemetery. Guest parking directly south of Funeral, Home. 3rd Ave. and 20th Street. 10-7-c MARTIN - THE DEATH OF MR. Gamet William Martin age 57 years, of Wiseton, Sask., occurred in City Hospital. Saskatoon on October 3rd. 1974. Funeral services will be held on Monday. October 7th at 3 p.m. from the Wiseton Memorial Hall, conducted by Rev. H. Benjamin. Clements Rosetown Funeral Home will be In charge. Surviving are his wife Viola 1 son Raymond of Wiseton. 2 daughters. (Dianne) Mrs. Rex Mc- Thail and Penny both of Dinsmore. His mother Mrs. Annie Martin of Wiseton and 2 brothers. Art and Murray of Wiseton, Also by 6 grandchildren. He was predeceased by his father Thomas in 1965. Interment will follow in the Forgan Cemetery. 10-7-c OLEKSYN THE DEATH OF MRS. Pauline Oleksyn. age 63 sears, of Meacham. Sask., occurred in a Saskatoon hospital on Thursday. October 3rd. 1974. The Funeral Service will be held on Monday. October 7th at 10 a.m. from Holy Trinity Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral, conducted by Rev. O. Olekshy. Prayers will be said at Westwood Funeral Chapel Sunday evening at 7:30 p.m. Surviving are: her loving husband, Michael; three sons, all of whom are high school teachers with their bachelor of education degree, Walter of Kelli-her. Sask., Allan of Flin Klon, Manitoba and Gary of Melville. Sask.: four grandchildren: two sisters, Mrs. Mary Nowasad. and Mrs. M. (Barbara Pawliuk, both of Saskatoon: one brother. ' Nick Soroka. Surrey, B.C. She was predeceased by her parents. John and Anne Soroka. one' sister Mrs. Lena Yakewchuk and one brother, Mike Soroka. The late Mrs. Oleksyn was born at Meacham. Sask.. attended school there and had lived all of her life there. She was a member of the Women's Ukrainian Association at Meacham. Memorial donations to the Canadian Cancer Society, 305 Central Chambers. Saskatoon would be appreciated by the family. Interment will take place in the Ukrainian Orthodox Section. Woodlawn Cemetery. Arrangements are in care of Westwood Funeral Chapel. 10-7-c FUNERALS BONDS THE FUNERAL SERVICE of Helen Bonds who died on October 1, 1974 was held from the Chapel of the Saskatoon Funeral Home on Friday, October 4th at 1:30 p.m. Conducted by Rev. Ben Fast. Pallbearers were: Blaine Copeland, Walter Lamb. Harvey Brown, Phil Muench. Cal Tallis, Ron Copeland. Interment took place in Woodlawn Cemetery. 10-7-c BYERS THE FUNERAL SERVICE of W. Ivan Byers, who died on October 2, 1974 was held from Knox United Church on Friday, October 4th, at 3:30 p.m. Conducted by Rev. Frank Meadows. Pallbearers were: Rupert Wentz, Reg. Plumb, Roy Aik-enhead, Russell Evans, Lovell Smith, Harry Hay, Interment took place m the family plot in Woodlawn Cemetery. Saskatoon Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. 10-7-c MAXWELL THfTfUNERAL SERV-ice of Ada Maxwell who died on October 2. 1974 was held from Radis-sn United Church on October 4th at 2:00 p.m. Conducted by Dr. Frank Myers. Honorary pallbearers were: William Brigham, William Hamilton. Wilfred Parry. Walter Godfrey, Chester Nutting. Charles Scandrett. Active pallbearers: Andrew Hamilton, Albert Nutting. Edward Scandrett. Earl McKellar. Leonard Park. Gordon Racine. Interment took place in the family plot in Radisson Cemetery. Saskatoon Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. 10-7-c McNEILL THE FUNERAL SERV-ice of Mr. Clifford Curtis McNeill who died on October 2nd was held from Park Funeral Chapel on Friday October 4th at 11:30 a.m. Conducted by Rev. R. McLellan. Pallbearers were: J. T. Dewan, W. T. Loft, Glen Hobbs. Wes Smith, D. Pylvpow, Paul ReiC Interment was made In the Robin Hood Cemetery with Rev. Fowle of Spirltwood officiating. 10-7-c NAWAKOWSKI THE FUNERAL Service of Mr. Karl Nawakowski, who died on October 1. 1974 was held from St. Georges Cathedral on October 4. 1974 at 10 a.m., conducted by Rev. W. Iwaszko. Pallbearers were: Mr. John Knihniski, Mr. Victor Knllmlski. Mr. Mike Serada, Mr. George Lotoski Mr. Steven Diachok, Mr. Nick Diachok. Interment was made in, the Catholic Cemetery. Arrangements were in care of West-wood Funeral Chapel. 10-7-c ROWLEY THE FUNERAL SERV-ice of Mrs. Kathleen Rose Rowley who died on September 30th, 1974 was held from Park Funeral ChapeJ- on Friday. October 4 at 2 p.m. Conducted by Rev. Fred Davles. Pallbearers were: Doug Smith. Ronald Beniges. Leonard Bernges. Richard Bernges Jr., Kenneth Bernges Jack Smith. Interment was made in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. 10-7-c IN MEMORIAM FLEMING IN LOVING MEMORY of a dear son and brother. Perdval Gordon, who passed away on Oct. 5, 1963, A silent thought, a silent tear, Keeps his memory ever dear. Time takes away the edge of grief. But memory turns back every leaf, ever remembered and sadly missed by your Mother and family. 10-7-p CARDS OF THANKS WE WISH TO SINCERELY THANK all our relatives, friends and neighbors, who were so thoughtful during our recent bereavement in the loss of a husband and fattier, for their mass cards, flowers, sympathy cards, taking, and donations to Cancer Clinic. Special thanks to St. Paul's Hospital. Dr. S. Padmanabh. R. B. Baltzan Fr. R. Olgle. Fr. D. Shirley and Fr. Rekowski. Mrs. F. Huseby, Elaine and Wayne. 10-7-p WORDS ARE INADEQUATE TO Express our deep appreciation to our many friends who shared our Borrow at the tragic death of our beloved John. We would like to thank all those wonderful people for floral tributes baking, visits and expressions of sympathy. A special thanks to the directors, coaches, trainers and John's teammates of the Hilltops, Double A's and Quakers: Aden Bowman teachers and students: employees at Sask Tel and Toronto Dominion Bank; Rev. E. Bishop and organists ' Harry Jones and Debbie Buck. Pam Wasden, Vera and Cec Wasden and family, Faye and Ken Rouse and family. 10-7-p, HAPPINESS IS TELEPHONE CLASSIFIED . . . 653-2100 Index to Classifications Acreage Industrial II Acreage (Rural) . 61 A Agents 12C Aircraft 2A Allliques 2IB Articles For Salt 25 Articles Wanted 26 Auto Repairs 4 Accessories ... 73 Auioi & Trucks Wanted 72 Autoi For Sale 71 Auto k Truck Rentals 71A Babysitting 14 Bands & Orchestral 26B B.C. Properties 62 , Birth 1 Bicycles & Motorcycles 28 Board & Room 56 Board It Room Wanted 57 Boats k Accessories 28A Business Opportunities 69 Buildings 43A Cameras it Photography 20A Campers t Trailers 70A Camping Equipment 70C Card of Thanks 5 (Joins & Stamps 24A Crematoriums 7A Deaths i Detective Security 23A Domestic Help 13 Engagements 1A Farm Lands For Sale 58 Farm Machinery k Repair! .... 31 Farms Wanted 59 Feed & Seed 35 Financial 66 Floor Coverings 77A Forthcoming Marriages IB Funerals S Funeral Director! 7 Furnishings 45 A Furniture Rental! 25B i Garages & Parking 47 Gardening 55A Garden Produce 34 Glass 21 B Help Wanted r. 12 Hobbles & Crafts 18 Hospital Personnel 16 Hotels Motel! . 61 Houses For Rent (Furnished) ... 44 Houses For Rent (Unfurnished) 46 Houses For Sale 44 Houses Wanted 41 FUNERAL DIRECTORS 7 PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL Jack M. Blnkley Donald Somen 311 3rd Ave.. No. Phone 244-2103 xtf SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME W ARNOLD EDWARDS ROBERT F. DAURIE Ph. 244-5577 338 4tll Ave.,. N. Xtf WESTWOOD FUNERAL CHAPEL" Rae J. Murdock Phone 653-3434 20th St. k Ave. N. iff McKAGUE'S FUNERAL HOME M. McKague R. J. McKague D A. Ne Digging Phone 242-3131 300 3rd Ave.. S. xtf CREMATORIUMS 7A PRAIRIE VIEW CHAPEL Memorial and cremation Services Highway 11 South 242-7S84 BOX 206) xtf LOST AND FOUND 10 BASENJI FEMALE. BLACK, WHITE and red missing from the Sutherland area. Friday night. 373-1751, 10-8-c LOST WHITE SAMOYED. "SAM" male, dog tag 4372. 9 months old. Reward. 242-5337. 10-8-c LOST: WEDDING RING, REWARD. Phone 244-0217. 10-7-c LOST: GREY ANB WHITE MALE kitten. 5 mouths. 1100 9th St.. E area. Reward. 343-1733, J73-3693. 10-9-c LOST SEPT. 30, IN M1DTOWN Plaza, silver ring with engraving on inside. Sentimental value, tte-ward. Mrs. Beuch, Box 314, Tompkins. Sask. 10-8-c LOST CAT NUTANA AREA. MALE Siamese with black collar. Reward. 343-9053. 10-6-C SALES PERSONNEL 11 REAL ESTATE SALES PERSON needed. If you are a mature, neat, self motivated person make an appointment for an Interview. Call Mrs. Ella Miller, Personnel Manager, 652-4i:06, Lilly Agencies Ltd. tf WE REQUIRE A. SALES REPRESEN-tative to work territory in and out of Saskatoon. -This position requires someone willing to do some service work in each call. Company car, expenses, company benefits and excellent starting salary. Box 217B Star-Phoenix. 10-7-c EXCELLENT CAREER Since 1945 our Sales Team has enjoyed excellent prosperity selling the Commercial and Industrial market. Our repeat volume is Wo. Selling is daytime only. A vacancy exists locally. Travel is at a minimum. Many men and women with us over 15 years. Part-time to start. If desired. Tell us about yourself, (in confidence naturally). We will rush fullest details and local manager will phone you without delay. Write President. "Certified", 10 Head St., Dundas, Ont. 10-7-c Membership Sales Personnel . FOR. SASKATCHEWAN MOTOR CLUB To do new and renewed memberships Must be Industrious and have personality. Suitable for dealing with public. Opportunity for advancement plus company fringe benefits and bonus. Applicant should have own car. Contact Branch Manager at 653-18,13 or write 321 Fourth Avenue North for appointment. 107-e WANTED SALESPERSON FOR LEAD-ing retail carpet and lino store. Ap- ' plicauts should be conscientious, neat In apperance with the ability to converse intelligently with the public. Sales experience is desired, but special consideration will be given to applicants we feel will be an asset to the company. If you feel you are qualified and this is the opportunity you have been waiting for. Please applv in person to Shinkaruk Carpets, 314 20th St. W. No phone calls please. All applications in itrlct confidence. 10-12-c The Royal Trust Company Real Estate division are expauding in Saskatoon. We are now Canada's Largest Real Estate Broker with 90 offices and a sales staff of over 1400, There are many reasons for this success. If you are Interested call In at 143 3rd Avenue South, for our free booklet "A Career in Real Estate with Royal Trust." For a confidential Interview phone Vic Jacobson, FRI. 653-4733. U AUDIO AND TV. SALESPERSON capable of earning an excesss of $15,000 per year. Sound City has an immediate opening for a qualified salesperson. Jolti Saskatchewan's most progressive home entertainment group. Phone 652-0065. 10-11-c QUICK RESULTS FROM A Ind. Machinery k Repair! 30 Investments , M Instruction ,. it In Memorlam 4 Investment Properties 50A Insurance 63A Listings Wanted 39 Livestock k Accessories 33 Loans Wanted 64 Lost 4 Found 10 Lots Warned 41 Lots For Sale 40 Lumber k Supplies 77 Memorial Society t Miscellaneous 29 Mobile Homes 70 Monev to Loan 83 Monuments 9 Moving k Storage 76 Musiral instruments 26A Musical instruction 17 Nursing Home! 23B Office Help Wanted 12A Painting !1 A Personal 24 Pet Stock 37 Plumbing 22A Poultry Eggs 36 Real Estatl 43 Resort! 27 Rental Service 75 Roofing Eavestrough 22 Rooms Furnished 53 Rooms Unfurnished 54. Rooms (Furnished k Unfura.) .. 54A Rooms Wanted 95 Sales Personnel 11 Skiing Equipment 70D Situations Wanted 15 Snowmobiles 4 Accessories .... 70B Stores & Office! 60 Storage Soace , 38 Suites Furnished 51 Suites Unfurnished 51A Suites (Furnished-Unfurn.) 51B Suites Wanted 52 Swap 32 Teachers Wanted 28 Towing 74 Trade Schools 12B Trades 4 Professions 11 TV Rentals 25C Warehouse Space ft Weddings 1C SALES PERSONNEL (Continued) 11 Excellent Income Permanence Prestige Three openings exist now for smart, serious minded persons who would like to join an International team in this area and build a sound future and at the same time enjoy excellent weekly income. This is an impressive opportunily for an ambitious person who wants to get ahead. To qualify you heed a positive mental attitude, self confidence, a pleasant personality and be free to begin work immediately. This position has all company benefits and a very complete training program. Previous experience in the field of direct sales would be an asset but is not necessary. Only those who sincerely wish to get ahead need apply. Write now with a brief resume to Box 374X. attention Mr. Louis Hopcroft, this newspaper and you will be contacted soon by one of our senior personnel. 10-7-c SALES TRAINEE Salary and commission Call 3S2-6266 until 9 0 m. tf MELTON REAL ESTATE SALES PERSONNEL Due to our recent expansion Melton Real Estate requires the services of a real estate sales person. The following benefits are designed to enable you to earn in excess of $18,000 per annum. Management assistance in presentation of offers. Our Guaranteed sales plan gives you additional cash customers. Imaginative and constant advertising provided. Effective administration limits paperwork allowing you more selling time. Excellent supply of Quality listings. Specialised customer service ensures repeat business from former clients. Outstanding company reputation allows for over all public acceptance. . Staff training provided when required. Excellent inter-province referral system. For confidential Interview contact MIKE DAMBERGER AT 653-3536. 10-8-c LADIES' WEAR SALES PERSON RE-quired, 25 years and over preferred. Experience desirable but not essential. Full or part time. Apply Fashion Fur Co tf SALES PERSONNEL You wouldn't be reading this ad ' unless you were a sales motivated person. Experience in our line unnecessary as we are prepared to train you. Sales experience preferred. Age no barrier; Immediate openings in residential sales. Interested? Contact branch managers: College Park Vie Clark 373-3033 or Main Office Bobby Thomson 244-0104 KOYL AGENCIES 10-12-c HELP WANTED 12 SECURITY .OFFICERS Wanted. Neat appearance, bondable. Age group between 21-41. Weight 165 lbs. approx. Full time. 382-3103. 10-8-c WANTED IMMEDIATELY. WARE-house clerk and bookkeeper. Applicant should nave general knowledge of warehouse procedures, typing and accounting procedures. Send complete resume to Midwest Chemicals Ltd.. Palo. Sask. or phone 948-3402. 10-10-c BOYS AND GIRLS TO DELIVER flyers. Nutana area. 343-7644. 10-10-c Truck Drivers, Top Wages Fully experienced semi-trailer drivers required Immediately for municipal gravel haul. Rate of pay on a mileage basis averaging up to $7.00 per hour plus hourly pay for extra work. -Steady employment with long working hours. Phone 653-5344. 10-7-p DRIVER FEMALEMALE. 9 A.M.-4:00 p.m. Mon. Fri. Box 246B, Star-Plioenix. 10-7-p LOW COST CLASSIFIED AD Monday Saturday WANTED NEWS EDITOR FOR one of Saskatchewan's leading weekly newspapers. Apply stating experience and salary expected to The Melville Advance. Melville. Sask. 10-ll-c SEARS Simpsons Sears has immediate opening for part-time help for our cafeteria. We offer good wages, flexible schedules, pleasant atmosphere, and discount on purchases. Apply today to: Personnel Dept. 2nd Floor SIMPSONS-SEARS LTD. Midtown Plaza 10-8-c ATTRACTIVE PERSON needed for night hostess host. 382-6060. 10-11-C PART TIME BARTENDER REQUIR- ea Hy s steak House, Midtown Plaza. Apply in person after 11 a.m. 10-12-c STEAM : ENGINEERS ' Calgary Area Our client requires a qualified steam engineer to assume shift responsibilities in their steam and power generation plant. The successful candidate will hold or be qualified for an Alberta Second Class Certificate. Experience in a process industry would also be a distinct asset. The company also offers excellent opportunities for advancement into more diverse involvement in process operations and provides excellent Incentives and assistance in trade skills advancement and diversification. Located close to Calgary, the position offers a highly competitive salary and a full range of benefits. Interested candidates should forward a complete resume of experience and qualifications to our Calgary office, referring to File XE-568, All applications will be held in strict confidence and answered promptly. TECHNICAL SERVICE COUNCIL 816-7th Ave. S. W Calgary 2, 260-7931 Winnipeg . Edmonton . Vancouver Toronto Montreal Personnel Consultants Est. 1927 10-7-c PERSON TO WORK PART TIME days. General plant work cylinders, and gas pumps. See Don Scha-fer. 242-9966. 10-8-c A-FOUR Part time waitresses waiters, bus boys girls. Must be pleasant, neat in appearance and experienced. Apply in person 215 - 2nd Ave., South. 10-12-c BEAVER OPENS A MAJOR NEW RETAIL STORE AS A PHASE OF NATIONAL EXPANSION PROGRAM. CANADA'S LARGEST AND FASTEST GROWING RETAIL BUILDING SUPPLY COMPANY WILL OPEN A MODERN RETAIL HOME SUPPLY CENTRE THIS FALL. PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT MALE-FEMALE REGULAR FULL AND PART TIME CUSTOMER SALES AND SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES CASHIERS COUNTER SALES L.B.M. SALES CLERKS L.B.M. HARDWARE SEASONAL PAINT AND WALLPAPER FLOOR COVERING PLUMBING - HEATING & ELECTRICAL WAREHOUSE APPLICANTS WITH EXPERIENCE, ENTHUSIASM AND GOOD PER-SONALA1TY, ARE INVITED TO APPLY IN CONFIDENCE TO: MR. "B" 244-0961 BEAVER LUMBER COMPANY LIMITED 10-9-c MACHINIST A rapidly expanding firm requires experienced machinists. Applicants should have several years experience related to heavy duty repair work. Permanent employment, good working conditions, considerable overtime, wage range $5.00 - jfl.50 depending on qualifications, experience and ability. We will be moving to new facilities with ultra-modern equipment very shortly. Call 652-7766 days, 374-5150 evenings, weekends, or write Industrial Machine Manufacturing Co. Ltd., 622 Circle Drive East. 10-7-c-s TRUCK DRIVER. CHAUFFEUR'S Licence necessary, must know city, older person could qualify. Phone 652-5771. 10-11-c PART-TIME SALES CLERK Experienced, mature person needed Apply Box 249B, Star-Pheonlx. 10-9-c SALESCLERK NEEDED. APPLY IN person to Traegera Bakery, between 11 a.m. 1 p.m. at 2010 8th St. E. 10-7-c OFFICE MANAGER-' ACCOUNTANT Required by ASGROW CANADA LTD. Brooks, Alberta , RESPONSIBILITIES: To maintain a complete set of manual records, prepare budgets, financial statements, and shipping schedules: and supervise office operations. QUALIFICATIONS: Bookkeeping and accounting training or experience. Good pay commensurate with experience and complete company benefits. Apply in Confidence to:-OLIVER GREEN BOX 38 BROOKS. ALBERTA 10-7-c WANTED IMMEDIATELY EXPERI-enced motor grader operator also. TS14, and Caterpillar 621 motor scraper operator. Nova Construction. Cutknife. Sask. 398-2205. 10-15-c PART TIME CLEANING STAFF. Must be bondable. No one under 30 need apply. 244-7860 after 5 p.m. 10-U-e - Friday 8:30 - 8:30 8:30 a.m. - Noon HELP WANTED FOR CAR WASH Cleaning cars full time, malefemale. Husky Car Wash, hi ti St. and Preston. 10-8-c EXPERIENCED PAINTERS REQUIR-ed for Dupperon Service). 652-1927. 10-7-c The Fort Qu'Appelle Arena Committee requires au ARENA MAINTENANCE MANAGER DUTIES: Operation and maintenance of skating rink: Operation and maintenance of artificial ice plant. QUALIFICATIONS: Would prefer an experienced persuii with a knowledge of an artificial Ice plant. Wages to be tendered under contract. Please state qualifications and salary expected. Apply in person or in writing to: G1LLES L'HEUREUX, RECREATION DIRECTOR, BOX 866. FORT QU'APPELLE. SASK. 332-4022 ur 332-5774 DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: OCT. 12. 10-7-c-s WANTED IMMEDIATELY 35 - 40 service station front end attendant trainees. 244-2083. m-ll-l-c AUTOMOTIVE JOBBER Partsman required. Experience preferred. Contact George Brown. 244-8187. 8 a in. to 5 p.m. tf Recreation Co-ordinator SPIR1TWOOD, SASK. The Spiritwood Parks and Recreation Board invites applications for the above position. This is a coordinating position involving the development, planning, and coordination of recreation and sport activ-ties at the community level. The incumbent is responsible for pro-moling optimum use of facilities and programs, coordinating the various community clubs in recreation oriented endeavors, and coordinating programming of all recreation facilities and areas, plus advising the Recreation Board and Council of community concerns in the area of recreation. The coordinator reports to the Recreation Board and must exercise initiative and consultation with community residents, school, and others in his work. Qualifications include graduation In recreation technology or a related discipline or grade 12 plus at least 3 years of recreation experience. Commencement date: November 1. 1974. Salary range: (negotiable). Send resume stating experience, salary and references to: Boris Sidoruk, Spiritwood 10-9-c COUPLE WANTED FOR JANITORIAL work. 6 to 12 midnight. Call Campbell's Caretaking, 652-6669. After hours 653-5966. 10-9-c CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT AND experienced mechanics. Steady em-plovment with growing co. Call Adam Nessel, 8-5 . 244-0941; evenings 374-9120. 10-8-c HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY NORTHERN STORES DEPARTMENT ARE LOOKING FOR PEOPLE WHO ARE DOING WELL BUT WANT TO DO MUCH BETTER WE ARE LOOKING FOR MEN AND WOMEN TO BE DEPARTMENT MANAGERS. SHOULD BE ABLE, ENERGETIC AND AMBITIOUS TO HELP IN THE COMPANY'S CONTINUING EXPANSION. OUR DEPARTMENT MANAGERS NEED A PARTICULAR BLEND OF PERSONALITY AND ENTHUSIASM FOR SUCCESSFUL TEAM WORK. IDEALLY WE ARE LOOKING FOR PEOPLE WITH CURRENT BUSINESS EXPERIENCE DOING WELL IN THEIR PRESENT JOBS. NATURALLY WE WILL PAY YOU MORE THAN YOU AriE GETTING NOW AND WILL GIVE YOU EVERY OPPORTUNITY FOR RAPID PROMOTION. IF YOU ARE DOING WELL IN YOUR PRESENT JOB AND FEEL YOU CAN DO CONSIDERABLY BETTER. NOW'S YOUR CHANCE TO MOVE TO THE HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY. NORTHERN STORES DEPARTMENT. PLEASE WRITE FOR AN APPLICATION FORM TO: Personnel Dept. Bay Northern Stores 800 Baker Centre Edmonton HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY NORTHERN STORES DEPARTMENT 10-7-c WANTED 1 EXPERIENCED COOK at the Cave, For interview phone 374-5090 after 5 p.m. 10-12-c CARETAKER REQUIRED FOR 12 suite apartment in Greyslone area. Duties include cleaning and minor work. 2 bedroom suite supplied November 1st. Please write to P.O. Box 112. Including references and qualifications. 10-8-c-s THE BAY NORTHERN STORES MANAGEMENT TRAINEES WE HAVE OPENINGS FOR INDI-FOR AN EXCELLENT CAREER. VIDUALS WHO ARH LOOKING IN RETAIL MERCHANDISING. THESE OPENINGS WILL BE OF INTEREST TO INDIVIDUALS WHO WANT TO SEE CANADA'S NORTH AND NOT BE BOTHERED BY THE COST OF LIVING AND INFLATIONARY TRENDS OF TODAY. WF. CAN OFFER A GOOD STARTING SALARY EXCELLENT FRINGE BENEFITS AND EXCEPTIONAL PROMOTIONAL POSSIBILITIES., THE APPLICANTS MUST BE WILLING TO RE-LOCATE AND ACCEPT TRANSFERS. THEY SHOULD BE CAREER ORIENTED AND BE WILLING TO ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY EARLY IN THEIR TRAINING. APPLY IN WRITING TO: The Hudson's Bay Company Northern Stores Department 300 Baker Centre 10025 - 106 Street Edmonton, Alberta 10-7-C HEAVY EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTOR The Alberta Vocational Centre In FORT McMURRAY requires a Heavy Equipment Instructor to Instruct practical heavy equipment operation in the areas of operation of muior scrapers, motor graders, front end loaders, crawler tractors and towed equipments, backlioes, . draglines, cranes and sideboom tractors. Grade XI with a Journeyman Heavy Duty Mechanic Certificate is preferred, but not mandatory. Minimum of five years industrial experience in the heavy equipment field. Instructional experience an asset. This competition will remain open until a suitable candidate has been selected. Competition number 5501-89 APPLY: GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE ' MAIN FLOOR, CENTENNIAL BUILDING 10015 103 AVENUE EDMONTON. ALBERTA, T5J 0114. OR: PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE ROOM 5U0 TERRACE BUILDING EDMONTON. ALBERTA, T5K 2C1 10-7-e FOREST TECHNICIANS Alberta Lands and Forests Various Locations The Alberta Forest Service has a number of temporary employment opportunities for graduate forest technicians. Most of these positions will involve timber cruising, at least initially. After employment on wages for several months. Candidates will have the opportunity of applying for certification to the Forestry Officer Eligible List. If successful the employee may be offered a permanent position as a Forestry Officer , or, if no positions are available at the time, the employee's name will be retained on the list until such time as a suitable vacancy occurs and an offer can be made. Commencing wage is approximately $31.86 per day with an increase to $774 per month as a Forestry Officer. Closes October 18. 1974 Competition number LFW-6 APPLY: GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE MAIN FLOOR. CENTENNIAL BUILDING 10015 103 AVENUE EDMONTON, ALBERTA, T5J 0H4 OR: PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION OFFICE ROOM 500 TERRACE BUILDING EDMONTON, ALBERTA, T5K 2C1 10-7-C EXPERIENCED UPHOLSTERERS RE-quired or will train persons interested in becoming upholsteres. Apply in person to 414 45th St. E. . 10-12-c CARPENTERS Qualified carpenters required for major Hydro electric, project in Northern Manitoba. $6.40 per hour 59 Hour Week Free room and board 60 day turn around to Winnipeg. Please phone collect. T. Sargeant LONG SPRUCE CONSTRUCTORS Hangar T6S F.llice Ave. and Ferry Rd, Winnipeg 204-774-1693 10-10-c Printer required by Commercial Printing Plant in Peace River, Alberta. Offset Letterpress Good Salary Scale according to qualifications Opportunity for advancement In one of Alberta's most modern tonus. Population 5500. and growing, offers excellent location with complete recreation and living facilities. - For further information write to: G. C. Scott Valley Printers Ltd. Box 636 Peace River. Alta. 10-7-c-s Wanted: Rapidly expanding John Deere dealership has openings for the following positions: PARTS PERSON Duties to include counter sales, service dept. sales, shipping and receiving. Experience in agricultural parts preferred. TRUCK DRIVER Duties to include general trucking as well as misc. assignments related to equipment set up and predelivery. Apply in wriling to Western Sales. Box 968, Rosetown, Sask. 10-12-c PERSONS WANTED TO CONSTRUCT steel quonset buildings. $3 - $4 per hour. Phone Monday between 9 - 5 p.m. 373-0102. 10-7-c MAINTENANCE CARPENTER II required for SASKATOON CITY HOSPITAL QUALIFICATIONS 1. Saskatchewan Journeyman's Pa pers or equivalent 2. Must be a fully qualified Cabinet Maker and Finisher and have experience in Building Maintenance SALARY RANGE IS14.00, JS49:00, JS87.00 per month BENEFITS 5-dav, 40-hour week, paid sick plan, liberal vacation with pay. Pension Plan, and Group Life Insurance. . APPLY TO: Personnel Department Saskatoon City Hospital SASKATOON, Saskatchewan 10-7-c MEN'S WEAR SALES THE BAY HAS AN IMMEDIATE OPENING IN THE MEN S WEAR DEPARTMENT. THIS POSITION ENTAILS RESPONSIBILITIES FOR SALES. MERCHANDISE COUNTS AND MERCHANDISE PRESENTATION. THE SUCCESSFUL APPLICANT MUST HAVE A BACKGROUND IN MEN'S WEAR MERCHANDISING. THIS IS A PERMANENT FULL-TIME POSITION OFFERING AN EXCELLENT STARTING SALARY AND COVERED BY A FULL RANGE OF COMPANY BENEFITS INCLUDING DISCOUNT ON PURCHASES. PENSION AND INSURANCE PROGRAMS AND SHARE PURCHASE PROGRAM. LOCATION; REGINA APPLY: PERSONNEL OFFICE 2ND FLOOR THE BAY, SASKATOON 10-12-C 10-7-c

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