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Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada • Page 32

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
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32 the STAR-PHOENIX Saskatoon, Saturday, September 21, 1974 NOTICES (Coutiuuedi DEATHS (Continued) SALES PERSONNEL 1) (Continued) HELP WANTED (Continued) 12 HELP WANTED (Continued) 12 HELP WANTED (Continued) 12 HELP WANTED (Continued) 121 HELP WANTED (Continued) 13 FULL AND PART TIME TAXI CAB drivers. Malefemale. 244-0144. xtl PROFESSIONAL REQUIRED FOR Davidson Figure Skating Club. Sundays only. Apply to Mrs. Wm. McFarlane, Box 654, Davidson. Phone 567-2990. 9-23-c ROBINSON MR. MURRAY ED-moud Robinson of the Queens Hotel Saskatoon, formerly of Aylsham, passed away In a Saskatoon hospital on Wednesday. Sept. 18th. 1974 at the age of 73 years. The funeral service will be held at the W. J. Jones Something to do la spare time hours? EARN EXTRA MONEY Call 343-8222 CAREER OPPORTUNITY We offer a permanent position in our family security department with opportunity for future management. This position requires judgment, maturity and the baillty to work in an organized manner. Applicant must own car, be neatly attired and bondable. Remuneration will be in upper income bracket. For confidential interview call Mr. Sawchuk at 653-0121. B-27-c APPRENTICESHIPS NOW HIRING AAA-l. has unusual on the job business management training urogram for career minded men and women. Minimum 18, no experience necessary. Apprentices will learn all aspects of operating our business including: personnel procedures, marketing techniques, sales managing and would assist in Company Training Program. If qualified, apprentice can earn up to: J600 PER MONTH To discuss your qualifications, call Mr Smith for personal interview between 9:30 2:30 p.m., Mon. NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTHERS All persons having claims against the Estate of Mao Lee Huller late of the City of Saskatoon. Province ol Saskatchewan, who died on or about August 30 1974 are hereby notified to send particulars of same to the Attention of W. A. Blakley. 100 Park Street, Post Office Box 485. Kitchener. Ontario, on or before the 4th day of October 1974. after which date (he Estate will be distributed with regard only to the claims of which W. A. Blakley shall then have notice. V7. A. Blakley will not be liable to any person of whose claim he Khali not then have notice. 9-26-c EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES AT THE SHERATON CAVALIER Night maid man to work 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Also day shift for maid man. Apply to Box 133B, Star-Phoenix. Hotel porter, full time position, excellent chance to make good money. Apply to Gordon Pickeral. Maintenance person to work day or evening shifts. Apply to Walter Kaufhold. Beverage room requires wallresser for full-lime position. Apply to Mr. P. Lang. Required Immediately, waltress'er for Top of the Inn. Apply in person to Mr. Hans Van Grondelle after 4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday. Position available Immediately for experienced bartender. Day or evening shift. Will accept person with no experience. Apply in person to Tent'n' Tavern. Coffee Garden. Require waitresser for full time position. be 18 yrs. or older. Mature nerson apply in person to Mrs. Karen Slanger. 9-26-c REQUIRE DIESEL DRIVER, SASKA-toun to Yorkton. 242-3193, after hours 374-5552. tf HELP WANTED IMMEDIATELY FOR small hotel, wife in hospital. Phone 377-4871. 8-26-c CLEANING HELP FOR GREYSTONE Motel and Airliner Idylwyld Motel. Prefer over 30 years of age. Call 374-6222 244-2191. tf WE HAVE SEVERAL IMMEDIATE positions available for part-time and full time drivers at our stores. Must have own car. Food warmer supplied. Nightly guarantee. Must be well groomed and neat in appearance. Phone El-Raneho business office. 653-1441 for appointment re: interview. 9-26-c CARPENTER WANTED TO DO FIN-ishing in new private home. Phone 382-6682. 9-23-p PIECEWORK Requires good manual dexterity. Own transportation. Phone 242-4227. tf REQUIRE PERSON TO ASSIST IN the operation of car and truck ser- vice department. Must be able to drive small and large trucks in and out of building and around premises. Require qualified mechanic and apprentice. Also an apprentice Interested in the mechanics of new car predelivery. Apply Service Manager, Merlin Motors. 9-24-c EXPERIENCED WAITER-ESS WANT-ed. Apply In person, Commodore Cafe. 108 2nd Ave. tf KEYPUNCH OPERATORS The International Nickel Company located In Northern Manitoba seeks highly qualified Keypunch Operators. Candidates must have 3 to 4 years experience, and be skilled in the operation of the IBM-029. 059 alpha, numeric. Must be willing to relocate. Excellent living accommodations available. Relocation expenses paid, Top notch employee benefits. Salary levels S7.200 $8,000 depending on experience, For confidential interview call: L. CYR EMPLOYMENT ASSISTANT INTERNATIONAL NICKEL COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED THOMPSON. MANITOBA 1-204-677-5206 9-23-c WRITERS WANTED: For nationally distribuled group of martial arts magazines. Should be experienced feature writers and have technical knowledge of the martial arts. Send resume and samples of published work to: Rainbow Publications 5455 Wllshire Boulevard. Suite 1814, Los Angeles. California. 90036. 9-23-C NEAT HONEST PERSON TO TRAIN with furnace cleaning firm. Preferably 25-35 years of age. It Involves work directly with the public. Full time employment to commence immediately. Call 244-5559. 9-26-c LICENSED MECHANIC WITH Experience wishing to locate In Melfort. Salary plus generous commission on labour and parts. Apply stating all particulars to Al's Texaco Service, Box 39. Melfort. S0E 1A0. 9-23-p A STEAK FOR EVERY MEAL THAT'S WHAT OUR EMPLOYEES HAVE Bonanza Restaurant. 3018 Sth E. has openings for PREPABATION FULL TIME AND PART TIME Persons applying should be neat and personable. Apply In person to Dwalne Haughian at Bonanza Restaurant. Sth St. and Arlington Tues. through Sal, from 3 to 7 p.m. 9-23-c KING GEORGE HOTEL requires full time waiterress for dining room and coffee shop with opportunities for advancement. Hostess position also available. Apply In person to Mrs. Ambler. 9-26-c WANTED MECHANIC RESPONSIBLE for the maintenance and repair of neavy equipment, Experience preferred but not necessary. Most re pair work done at own shop. 40 hr. week plus overtime. Wages negotiable. Apply to McMillan Brothers Ltd. Railway and 21st North Battle- ford 445-6174 after hours 445-8320. 9-30-c WANT SOMEONE TO POUR FOOT-ings floor and lay blocks far small basement. 374-2349 9-23-c EARN EXTRA MONEY. SHOW OUR exciting line of Christmas cards and gifts to friends, neighbors, relatives. It's easy, profitable and no experi ence needed. Our beautifully illustrated Christmas catalogue helpes you to get plenty of orders, now Is the time to start. Write todav for free 92 page catalogue and full Information. Monarch Greeting carus. uepi. 40, 21 cannon, Hamilton. Ont. rn-9-27-c COUNTER SALESPERSON FOR AUTO-motive electrical wholesale. Experience preferred. Lambert Electric Ltd. tf NEW HOLLAND SASKATOON require MECHANIC and MECHANIC'S HELPER MECHANIC Require experience on smatl engines and snowmobile overhauls. Farm equipment repair experience an asset. MECHANIC'S HELPER Require experience in new equipment set up. A graduate of Technical School preferred. WORKING CONDITIONS located In Saskatoon, modern shop, 40 hour good wages with company paid benefits. Permanent employment. APPLY NEW HOLLAND SASKATOON 310 Circle Dr. West. Saskatoon. Sask. ATT: Kenn Jeffrey 9-26-c WANTED AUTOBODY PERSON. Wages flat rate or hourly. Permanent position. Roselown Paint and Body, P.O. Box 72K. Phone 8S2-2S22. tf REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY EMPLOYEE FOR TIRE SERVICE Job offers good starting salary, full range of company benefits, permanent employment, excellent working conditions in new shop opening soon. To apply see George Closson at B. F. Goodrich, 236 23rd St. East. 9-30-C HOUSE OF FULLER -23-c WANTED IMMEDIATELY. EXPER1-enced operators for motor grader. Also. T.S. 14 and Cat 621 motor scrapers. Work till late freeze up Apply Novak Construction, Cutknile. Sask Ph. 398-2205. 9-24-C RELIABLE PERSON FOR ROOFING, eavestroughing, insulation, 242-2912. 9-23-c YOUNG PERSON FOR WAREHOUSE work. 40 hr. week. Some overtime involved. Must have transportation. Starting salary $115 weekly. Apply 501 45A St. 8 a. ill. -12 noon. 9-2j-c REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY PARTS COUNTER AND MANAGEMENT PERSONNEL FOR LARGE JOHN DEERE DEALERSHIP IN MAJOR WESTERN CITY. PERMANENT POSITIONS WITH EXCELLENT WORKING CONDITIONS ALL REPLIES CONFIDENTIAL. APPLY TO BOX 339X STAR- PHOENIX. 9-23-e CLERK TYPIST RECEPTIONIST, telephone answering, permanent position. Salary to commensurate with experience and qualiciationa. Reply in own handwriting to Box 155B. Star-Phoenix. All replies kept in strictest confidence. 9-24-c EXPERIENCED SEMI TRAILER driver required by National potato cnip nrm lor provincial hauling. Remuneration by hourly rate and mileage basis. Home every night. Must be married and be neat in appearance. Apply P.O. Box 1672 stating age. marital status, expected salaryt and present employment if any. 9-23-c WANTED RETIRED OR SEMI-RE-tired person to clean car wash and fix-it shop, 1911 Saskatchewan Ave. 652-5698. 9-25-c MEAT CUTTERS (Male or Female.) Canada Safeway requires meat cutters 40 hour work week. 12.90 J4.70 per hour, depending on experience. Group insurance, dental plan, credit union, company pension benefits. Union Shop. For appointment contact Mr. V. C. Foss Employee relations manager Canada Safeway. 25 33rd St. E. (Macdonalds Consolidated building) 653-1663. 9-23-c PERSON REQUIRED FOR FULL time pressing and counter work, in dry cleaning plant, 343-0733 experience not necessary. 9-24-C COLLATOR Experienced Operator or Apprentice required for a National Business Forms Company. Excellent conditions and company benefits. Wages to commensurate with experience. Direct all inquiries and resume to: Mr. Ed Caskenette ABF Automated Business Forms i Western) Ltd. 9815-42 Avenue Edmonton. Alberta T6E 0A3 Phone 435-3406 9-24-C EXPERIENCED CASHIER REQUIRED Immediately, full time employment. Must be bondable, willing to work 3 p.m. -11 p.m. Mon. Frl. Some bookkeeping knowledge would be an asset but not necessary. Wages would depend upon experience and ability. Apply in person to Manager or assistant, Mohawk Sutherland Service, 205 Central Ave. 9-25-C WANTED WAITRESS AND dishwasher for Senator Hotel coffee shop 5 day week, no night work. Apply in person. 9-25-c NO HASSLING Nice friendly working ntmosphere at Gulf North Service restaurant. Want full-time person to work Ideal hours at top wages. Phone Ron. 653-029'. 9-25-c Seamstress Required Permanent position. Apoly In person lo Tip Top Cleaners, 1810 Broadway Ave. tf WALLINGS RESTAURANT HAS AN opening for a mature person to serve tables 4 p.m. 11:20 p.m. 653-2585. 9-23-c STUDENTS 17-25 THE MILITIA IS starting fall training now with pay. For information call 242-8766 Tuesday to Saturday. 9-25-c MECHANIC required for 'service Must be licenced. Must be willing to take management responsibilities. Write for applications to Midtown C8 Service. 10704 105th Edmonton, Alberta or phone 426-5676. 9-26-C WANTED IMMEDIATELY. DANCING, teacher for Unity School of Dancing. Ballet RAD. to pre-elementary inclusive. Beginners tap to Grade IV and Jazz. Reply to Mrs. M. Kraft, Box 563. Unity, SOK 4L0. or phone 228-3353, collect. 9-23-p INSULATORS Wanted for Edmonton Alberta Mechanics S7.50 per hour. Fourth year Improvers $6.75 per hour. 44 hr work week plus spot overtime. Will pay economy air fare lo Edmonton after 60 days and return air fare' after 90 days on project. Contact Fuller Austin of Canada Ltd. ph. 4U3-452-1704. 9-26-c EXPERIENCED MILL PERSON REQUIRED. MODERN WORKING CONDITIONS WITH 15,000 HEAD CAPACITY FEEDLOT. SALARY NEGOTIABLE. APPLY BOX 342X STAR-PHOENIX. 10-2-C WANTED IMMEDIATELY. ELECTRIC-al superintendent to supervise projects In Regina and surrounding area: AU applications strictly confidential. Apply Hickson and Morgan Electric 433-201b St. Saskatoon. '653-1922. 9-24-c RAVVIN'S FURNITURE CALGARY Excellent opportunity for qualified CABINETMAKER REFINISHER Experience a necessity All materials and woodworking equipment supplied Salary commensurate with experience Full company benefits. For appointment please call: MRS E. PAULS. 263-4610 CUSTOMER SATISFACTION DEPT. RAVVIN'S FURNITURE 1010 6TH AVE. S.W. CALGARY 9-23-c WANTED IMMEDIATELY PERSON as experienced auto bodyman. Wages percentage, tools necessary. Reply Box 128B, Star-Phoenix. 10-10-c WISHING FULL OR PART-TIME work In a service station? Call 242-4273, 9 a.m. 5 p.m. We train. No experience necessary, xtf APPLICANTS REQUIRED FOR THE following positions. Full time waitress-waiter. Part-time diningroom waitress-waiter. Part-time bus girl or boy. Part-time dishwasher. Applicants with good job references paid top wages. For appointments call Montrose Restaurant. 374-8088. 8-28-c LADIES' WEAR SALES PERSON RE-quired. 25 years ana over preferred. Experience desirable but not essential. Full or part time. Apply Fashion Fur Co tf EXCELLENT MANAGERIAL FUTURE for an aggressive and mature sales person In automotive and tire sales. Starting salary $600 per month, plus commission and full company benefits. Experience preferred but not necessary. All replies confidential, apply Box 173B Star-Phoenix. 9-26-c Sales Representative required to call on retail drug and associated trades with related well established product. Saskatchewan Province. Salary commission, benefits, and mileage allowance. Send resume to Thomas A. Rosenthal, c0 Laurentian Agencies, 70 Hyinus Roule-vard, Pointe Clare, Quebec. 16-3-c ATTENTION Automotive parts warehouse In Saskatoon requires territory sales person to call on accounts in central Saskatchewan. Salary plus volumme bonus, living expenses and company vehicle supplied. Our employees are aware of this advertisement. Please apply to Box 153B Star-Phoenix giving age. marital status and related selling experience. AU replies held in strict confidence. 9-23-c SASKLAND SUPPLIES SERVICES LTD. require SALES REPRESENTATIVES to promote highly reliable early warning fire detection systems on a full-time or part-time basis. A training program will be offered to successful applicants. Interviews will be conducted in your home at a pre-arranged time and dale. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 374-3830 9-23-C THE STAR-PHOENIX requires Sales Representatives In our CIRCULATION DEPT. THIS IS AN INTERESTING, CHALLENGING POSITION THAT OFFERS FULL COMPANY BENEFITS. PHONE MORRIS SHIELDS 652-9200, EXT. 293 9 A.M. 5 P.M. 9-23-C SALES PERSONNEL required for record and tape division of wholesale company to cover northern Saskatchewan. Must have good car and be bondable. Apply in writing with resume of experience, etc. to Box 358X, Star-Phoenix. 9-28-c HELP WANTED 12 AVON TO SELL Greystone Ave. to South. Vicinity of Taylor Ave. West of Clarence Grosvenor Park Near City Hospital Call our district manager Mrs. J. Groat, 242-6296 tf WAITRESSES WAITERS 18 years or older for Cyrano's Restaurant opentng September. Excellent working conditions and hours. For interview phone 652-7011. 8 a.m. 5 p.m. Mon. Thurs. tf WANTED EXPERIENCED TAXI DRI-ver. Owner has new car to operate. 242-5094 after 6 p.m. 9-24-c WANTED IMMEDIATELY, PERSON- nel interested in full or part time work. Call 244-2083 between 9-5. 9-25-c SOCIAL WORK SUPERVISOR Required by the CHILDREN'S AID SOCIETY OF THE DISTRICT OF RAINY RIVER for all C.A.S. services Duties 'include supervision of six social workers. Opportunity to assist in -development of innovative services. M.S.W. Degree or eoulvilent training with A minimum of three years experience in child welfare. Previous supervisory experience an asset. Salary commensurate with education and experience. Excellent benefits, assistance with moving expenses. Position available immediately. Apply with complete resume to: MR. G. H. ANTRIM, LOCAL DIRECTOR, CHILDREN'S AID SOCIETY, DISTRICT OF RAINY RIVER. 512 CENTRAL AVENUE, FORT FRANCES. ONTARIO. TELEPHONE: 807-274-3281 9-23-c REQUIRED FOR IMMEDIATE EM- ployment 3 experienced emer persons for waitresswaiter duties. Apply Mr. Zatser, 242-4742. 9-26-C CONSTRUCTION LABOURERS RE- qnired for work In Saskatoon. Phone 652-4913. 9-30-c RN FOR DOCTOR'S OFFICE. STATE age ana experience. Apply box uta. Star-Phoenix. 9-23-c TWO PEOPLE REQUIRED TO MAN- age large farm home. Married couple preferred singles considered. Salaries commensurate with experience and ability. Details supplied on request. Reply giving age. marital status and qualifications to Box 356X, Star-Phoenix. 10-2-c REQUIRED SOON MECHANIC SPECIALIZING IN Wheel Alignment New shop opening soon with all new equipment. Salary plus generous bonus program provides excellent earnings for good worker. To apply see George Closson at B. F. Goodrich, 236 23rd St. East. 8-30-C LEASING 34 SEAT COFFEE SHOP. Please call Airliner Idylwyld Motel at 244-2191 for appointment. tf WANTED FULL OR PART-TIME help on large hog operation. Located near Saskatoon. Wages negotiable. Contact Carl 382-2304. 9-24-e CARDINAL RIVER COALS LTD. Cardinal River Coals Ltd. Invites applications for the following vacancies. MECHANICS WELDERS ELECTRICIANS COAL PREPARTION PLANT TRAINEES Beautifully situated In the foothills of the Canadian Rockies. 45 miles i oin Jasper, 185 miles from Edmonton. Alberta. Is a well planned community, located In a outdoors-man's paradise. Providing excellent year round recreational activities. WE OFFER A COMPREHENSIVE FRINGE BENEFIT PACKAGE WITH TOP WAGES. All interested applicants foreward letter of application with experience and qualifications to: PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT CARDINAL RIVER COAL LTD, BOX 2570 HINTON, ALBERTA, TOE 1E0 8-25-c PART TIME LAUNDRY WORKER Person required for part time laundry work, experience preferred but not necessary. This position is 3 days per week, approximately 18 hours. Apply in person to Arthur Rose Ltd. 334 2nd Ave. N. 9-23-c' MARIGOLD CHINA DOLL Offers above minimum wages to experienced dining and cocktail room waitresseswaiters. Position available also for bartender with racktad knowledge, hostesshost and dishwasher. AU for evening shift. Apply in person after 5:30 p.m. 255 3rd So. tf REQUIRED PEOPLE WITH OWN vehicles for food delivery. This work Is In evening and the pay is per delivery. Apply upstairs, 227 2nd Ave. S. between 9-5 p.m CP. RAIL WESTON SHOPS WINNIPEG REQUIRE IMMEDIATELY THE FOLLOWING QUALIFIED TRADES PERSONNEL, MACHINISTS BLACKSMITHS BLACKSMITH TRAINEES BOILERMAKERS CAR TRAINEES WELDERS HEAVY GAUGE METAL WORKERS ALSO REQUIRED ARE TRADE APPRENTICES 18-30 YEARS OF AGE Successful applicants will receive union wage rates. Company paid premiums for Life, Accident and Sickness Insurance, Company Pension Plan, Medical Allowance and attractive vacation plan. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION WRITE OR CALL R. BBYANT WORKS MANAGER CP. RAIL, WESTON SHOPS WINNIPEG. MAN. R3B 0C2 PHONE: 946-3473 BETWEEN 8 A.M. 4 P.M. 10-7-c WANTED SEMI TRAILER QPERA- tor. Phone Ken Hazel, 378-2927 El-rose. 9-25-c WAITER-WAITRESS WANTED FOR Beverage room. No experience necessary. Apply Colonsay Hotel. tf APPLICATIONS ARE INVITED FOR the position of Secretary Treasurer of The R.M. of Fillmore No. 96. Duties to commence Nov. 1. 1974. Please state age. marital status, certificate held, municipal experience, salary requested and submit references to: J. D. Jenkins, Sec-Treasurer. Fillmore, Sask. 9-23-c WA1TRESSERS FULL or part time. Starting wage $2.60. 332-6060. 9-24-C SECURITY OFFICERS Wanted. Neat appearance, bondable. Age group between 21-41. Weight 165 lbs. approx. Full time. 382-5103. 9-24-c MECHANIC WANTED FOR FLEET OF trucks. Wages negotiable with experience Write P.O. Box 1090, Prince' Albert. 9-27-c ADVERTISING SALES. FULL TIME employment for local publications. Experience an asset. Reply to Box: 125B Star-Phoenix. 9-24-c REQUIRED- DESK CLERK. SHIFT work, phone for appointment daytime, Mr. G. Lalonde. office manager Bessborough Hotel. 244-5521, 9-27-c REQUIRE MECHANICS HELPER and part-time help. Apply Nutana Texaco. 9-27-c FIELD SERVICE OPERATOR-TRUCK driver required by oil service in Medicine Hat. Alberta. Class 3 drivers licence preferred. Full company benefits. B. Mendryk Eskimo Division, 403-527-6651, 8:30 a.m.-5n.m. collect. 9-27-c PERSON WITH 2. 3-TON TRUCK VAN. immediately. 242-0513. M4-84S4. 9-25-c EXPERIENCED 1 WAREHOUSE PERSONS required by the Caterpillcr dealer for Saskatchewan. Above-average income, permanent employment and full company benefits. Preference given lo older, mature persons. If you apply in writing, please provide full resume. Write, telephone or apply in person to Parts Manager KRAMER TRACTOR LTD. P.O. Box 707, Regina, S4P 3A8 (306) 525-3311 6TH AVENUE AND HALIFAX STREET 12 BLOCKS EAST OF EATON'SI 9-23-e WANTED: PART TIMEFULL TIME waiter ess for Senator Hotel beverage room. Days and evenings. Good wages, i day week. Apply in person. 9-27-0 FULL TIME AND PART-TIME PER-sonnel required Immediately. Apply Renatta Wig Co. Midtown Plaza. Hairdresssing experience preferred but not essential. 652-8943. 9-27-c General warehouse person Must have previous experience in shipping and receiving. Plioue days 652- 3315, evenings 652-5051 8-2J-C WANTED: RETIRED COUPLE TO work in new country home 7 miles from Saskatoon. Private quarters. 373-0718. 9-24-C EXPErTeNCED HELP FOR PARTS dept. John Deere dealership In Calgary. Phone Agro Equipment 1-403-272-322-1, ask for Mr. Koike. 9-27-e TWO SHIPPERS REQUIRED. SHIFT work, good starting wage, Write P.O. Box 1090 Prince Albert. 9-27-c URGENT. MACHINIST WANTED. Good lathe person, year-round work, call collect. H. Ganske Welding Drayton Valley. Alberta. 1-403-542-3905. between 8-5 p.m. 9-27-c POSITIONS OPEN IN A SASKATOON based Industrial plant. Must be willing to take courses and in-plant training in order to qualify for advancement. Excellent character and work references required. Apply Sask. Wheat Pool Industrial Division. P.O. Box 190. Saskatoon. Attn. L. Pollock. 1-iJ-c ana son Chanel on Monday. Sent, 23rd at 2 p.m. Interment will follow at the Rest Haven Memorial Gardens Moose Jaw, Sask. Survived by his wife. Olive one daughter. (Earla Olive) Mrs. Don Thomson, of West- bank, B.C., two brothers, Stanley of Moose Jaw, Uare of Sigewake. four sisters. Mrs. Alice Howe of Toronto, Mrs. Stella Hutchinson of Moose Jaw. Miss lva ftobinson vd Mrs. Jewel Scully both ol Toronto and two grandchildren. Contributions for the Saskatchewan Heart Foundation, may be sent to the office in Saskatoon. t-23-c STARK THE DEATH OF DAVID Charles Stark age 73 years of 1229 Avenue K. South, longtime resident of Saskatoon occurred in a local hospital on September 20th. 1974. The runerai service wui oe neia on Mon day, September 23rd at 1:30 p.m. from St. David's United Church con ducted by Rev. Elton Adams. Mem onal donations to the Sask. Heart Fund or the Muscular Dystrophy Association will be appreciated in lieu of flowers. Surviving are: his wire jcssie; ii son Hooert stark, sas- katoon; 3 grandchildren. Kevin, Lorf ana Gregory: sisters Mrs. G. Fowler (Nelliei and Mrs. Rivett (Evelyn), both of Victoria, B.C.; 3 Drotners. Aioert stark, saskatoon, Robert Stark. Toronto and Douglas Grinham. lndon. Ontario. He was predeceased by 2 brothers. Ted and Thomas and 1 sister. Dorothy. Mr. Stark was born in Rochester, Kent, England. He came to Canada with his family In 1905 residing for a lime in Saskatoon before moving on to Prince Albert where he attended school. Coming to make his home in saskatoon in 1922 Mr. Stark was em ployed with the City Water Works Department for 40 years prior to his retirement in lass. He naa Deen a member of St. David's United Church for 26 years. Mr. Stark was a veteran or tne first and Second World Wars. Interment will take place in the Soldier's Field In Woodlawn Cemetery. Saskatoon Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. 9-23-c FUNERALS KLETZEL THE FUNERAL SERV-ice of Anna Kletzel who died on September 16th. 1974 was held from St. Francis Roman Catholic Church on Sepember 20th. at 10:30 a.m. Conduced bv Rev. R. Pape. Pallbearers were: Roy Nesbltt, Elmer Norlin. John Bolk. Ben Kletzel. Peter Hnun. Jake Manz. Interment was made in the family plot in the Roman Catholic Cemetery. McKagues Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. 9-23-c IN MEMORIArVT WEIMAN IN LOVING MEMORY OF our mother. Lauralne Weiman who passed away Sept. 22. 1968. None knew her but to love her, None named her but in praise. Dearly missed by husband and chil dren. 8-23-c WEIMAN IN LOVING MEMORY of our dear daughter Lauraine who passed away sept. 22. 1968. May the winds of love blow softly uver a quiei peacerm spot. Where the one we love is sleeping And will never be forgot. No length of time will dim the past Too many memories hold it fast Today, tomorrow, our whole life through We shall ever remember you. Ever Remembered by Mom and Dad Hazelwanter. 8-23-c CARDS OF THANKS 5 MRS. KAY TOMS AND FAMILY would like to express their sincere tnanks to mends, relatives and neign-bors who were very thoughtful In so many ways at tne time of Bert sudden passing. A special thank vou to Doctors Landa and Doig, the staff or tne cancer Clinic, the nurses of 1st floor West City Hospital Rev. Robert Thompson of St. Martin's Church. Thank you also to the C.N.R. Constables who acted as pallbearers, and to the honorary pallbearers and to the Saskatoon Funeral Home. We also wish lo thank the C.N. Pohce and the Saskatoon City Police for their thoughtfulness. 8-23-p FUNERAL DIRECTORS 7 PARK 1 FUNERAL CHAPEL Jack M. Blnkley Donald Somers 311 3rd No. Phone 244-2103 xtf SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME W. ARNOLD EDWARDS ROBERT F. DAURIE Ph. 244-5577 338 4th N. xtf WESTWOOD FUNERAL CHAPEL Rae J. Murdock Phone 653-3434 20th St. Ave. N. xtf McKAGUE'S FUNERAL HOME M. McKague R. J. McKague A. Newbigging Phone 242-3131 300 3rd S. xtf CREMATORIUMS 7A PRAIRIE VIEW CHAPEL Memorial and Cremation Services Highway 11 South 242-7884 Box 2061 xtf LOST AND FOUND 10 LOST BLACK TRUCKERS WALLET. Loco-Mart on 8th Street east. Reward 382-1676. 9-24-C LOST GOLD COLOR BUTTERFLY pin. green stones, 21st St. Sentimental value. 244-5808. 9-26-c LOST: GOLD BAND. REWARD OF-fered. Call 6524373. 10-8-24-c LOST. BLACK MINIATURE POODLE. 1909 Park 5 p.m.. wearing a choker chain, tattoo mark in left ear. Friendly dog. 14 years old. partly deaf. Answers to Herky. family pet, reward. 374-4886 or 242-1218. 8-23-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. 652-4(106. Lilly Agencies Ltd. tf SALES TRAINEE Salary and commission Call 382-8266 until 9 p.m. tf SALES PERSONNEL You wouldn't be reading this ad unless you were a sales motivaled person. Experience In our line unnecessary as we are prepared to traui you. Sales experience preferred. Age no barrier, immediate openings in residential sales. Interested? Contact Vic Clark Branch manager or Bobby Thompson KOYL AGENCIES College Park 'Branch 9-26-c UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY! A secure future with higHest corn-missions. We sell the Commercial and Industrial market. -Immediate earnings. Immediate product delivery, travel at a minimum. Vacancy exists locally. The product, a basic commodity sold on a unique selling plan, results In top earnings and repeat business from of accounts. Full commission on all repeats. Part-time to start, If desired. No cash investment, established 1945. Tell us about yourself (in confidence). Full details will be rushed to you and local Manager win contact you without delav. Write President, 10 Head Street, Dundas, Ontario. 9-23-c inrougn sun. tf FORMING CREW required for basements. Phone anytime. Ed. 244-0283 PERSONS WANTED TO CONSTRUCT steel quonset buildings. Starting rate between S3-J4 per hr. Phone for interview 33-0102 between 9-5 p.m 9-26-c Eston Recreation Board Invites applications for a Minor Hockey Coach for the 1974-75 season. Starting date: Dec 174 Mar. 1575. Please state: age, salary, experience, marital status. Deadline date for applications Oct. 1574. Forward applications to: ESTON RECREATION BOARD GREG M. GOLDADE BOX 52 ESTON, SASKATCHEWAN 9-23-C CITY OF LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY PROGRAM CO-ORDINATOR The Community Services Department of the City of Lethbridge requires a Community Program Co-ordinator. SALARY RANGE: $8,500.00 I12.7UO.00 QUALIFICATIONS: University graduation with a Bachelor's Degree in Recreation, Physical Education and-ur a related Social Science. Experience Is beneficial but not required. The successful applicant must have initiative and self-motivation in promoting new community programs, and must have broad intersts in physical, social and cultural programs, and particularly womeiis programs. For further information and application forms, contact (he Personnel Office, City Hall Lelhbridge. Alberta. Applications will not be accepted after September 30. 1974. 9-23-c WORKERS WITH WELDING EXPE-rience. Papers not required, also workers with knowledge of farm machinery for assembly line work. On the job training available. Contact Schulte Industries P.O. Box 70. Englefeld. Sask. 287-4143. 9-23-c-s LOCAL DEPARTMENT STORE RE-quires part-time security personnel, male or female, phone 382-7060 ext. 227 between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. 6-26-c Part Time Employment McDONALD'S RESTAURANTS to work 11 am. to .2 p.m. Mon. to.Fri. Please call 374-5566. 9-23-c MARINE AND SNOWMOBILE ME-chanic or trainee Full time. Apply in person. West Side Service Marine 1902 8th Street East, tf CAREER Progressive company requires persons or husband and wife teams to operate convenience stores on percentage. No investment required. Reply: Box 1354 Calgary, Alberta. Phone: 403269-3902 9-26-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 $6.50 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. 622 Circle Drive East. 9-23-c-s LICENSED MECHANIC Required Immediately Top Wages. Year-round employment. Apply In person to: MR. WESLEY THOMAS WESLEY SERVICE CENTRE LTD. TROCHU, ALBERTA PHONE BUS. 442-3848 Res. 442-3759 8-23-c PEOPLE REQUIRED TO WORK from their home. Good return. Box 2308. Calgary, Alta. 9-23-p WAITRESSER PEOPLE wanted to wait on tables, full and part-time, above minimum wage, night work only. Apply 227 2nd 9 a.m. 5 p.m., MATURE PERSON NEEDED IN REAL estate profession. Phone for an appointment. Mrs. Ella Miller. Personnel Manager, 652-40U6. Lilly Agencies Ltd. tf General Maintenance Mechanic required for manufacturing plant. Knowledge of punch presses and die maintenance preferred. Uniun rates and fringe benefits. 'Apply in writing lo: Signal Industries 1300 8th Avenue, Regina, Sask. 9-26-c BEAVER LUMBER COMPANY requires the following personnel to get Involved with the new Farm Buildings Program: salesperson technical services man serviceman Trainee serviceman These positions offer exclllng careers, and Interested applicants are asked to apply to Larry King, Sales Manager Farm Buildings Program, Box I4SS Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. S7K 0V2. 9-23-c SERVICE STATION ATTENDENT RE-quired immediately. 652-1319. 9-24-c WANTED PERSON BETWEEN 20-30 yrs. to work on Rotary well drilling rig. Must have drivers licence. Write Box 604, or phone 948-3732. tf LAB. TECHNICIAN OR LAB. Assistant with training in biochemical techniques or university courses In chemistry or biochemistry for permanent or temponrv position in University research lab. October 1st. Salary W30 $550. Phone 343-5603. 10 a.m. 4 m. 9-25-c NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE ESTATE OF SOPHIA ZOSIUK, late of Saskatoon, in the Province of Saskatchewan. Deceased. ALL CLAIMS against the above state, duly verified by statutory declaration and with particulars and valuation of security held. If any must be sent to the undersigned before the Lilh day of October, A.D. 1974. NEWSHAM DEPTUCK. Barristers and Solicitors, 203 Glengarry Block. Saskatoon. Saskatchewan. Solicitors for the Administrator. M3-M NOTICE TO CREDITORS IV THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ARTHUR S. M1LBERY, LATE OF YOUNG. IN THE PROVINCE OF SASKATCHEWAN, FARMER, DECEASED. All claims against the above estate. duly verified by Statutory Declaration and with particulars and valuation of security held if any, must be sent to the undersigned before the 12th day of October, A.D. 1974. SHERSTOBITOFF, HRABIN-SKY 4 STROMBERG. Barristers and Solicitors, 1070 Avord Tower, Saskatoon. Saskatchewan Solicitors tor me txecuiors oi the estate of Arthur S. Mil- bery. 8-23-cs DEATHS DERKSEN THE DEATH OF ISAAC A Derksen of Langham. oc curred suddenly at his home near Langham on sepiemoer is. ivi. funeral service will be held on Sunday, September 22nd. at 2:00 p.m. from Zoar Mennonite Church at Lang-ham conducted by Rev. Raymond Wahl and Rev. Henry A. Wiens. riowers gratefully declined. Memorial donations to a charity of the donors choice will be appreciated. Surviving are his beloved wife Frieda: two sons and daughters-in-law, Gordon and Erika Derksen of Langham, and Ronald and May Derksen of Summerland. B.C.: one daughter Shirley. Winnipeg, seven grandchildren, Kathleen, David, Daniel, and Bonnie Derksen of Summer-land, B.C. and Steven, Joanne, and Gregory Derksen of Langham: also two sisters, Mrs. John A. (Elizabeth) Epp, Langham and Mrs. Sam P. (Susie) Schulu, Dalmeny. and three brothers. Lome, Henry and Seymour. (Sidi all of Langham; and three uncles, David P. William and Sam P. Derksen all of Langham, Sask. He was predeceased by his parents Mr. and Mrs. Isaac P. Derksen. two sisters and one brother. Mr. Derksen was born February 15, 1905. near Hague, and in 1907 moved with his parents to a homestead near Langham. He had farmed near Langham all his life. Mr. Derksen was a faithful member of Zoar Mennonite Church and served on the Board of Trustees of the Church. He was a member of the school board, the Langham Rural Telephone and was a founding member of the Langham Credit Union. Interment will take place in the family plot In Langham Cemetery. Saskatoon Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. 8-23-c GREEN WAY IN VICTORIA, B.C., on September 18, 1974. Betsy H. Greemvay, aged S3 years of 963 Wil-mer born in Yorkshire, England, resident in Victoria since 1934. formerly of Saskatoon. Widow of Frank G. Greenway, she is survived by 1 daughter, Mrs. Margaret Vickers of Victoria; 2 sons, Percy of Victoria, and Harvey of Calgary: 19 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren: 1 brother, Eric Hawksworth in Calgary; 1 sister, Lyn Caukhill in Yorkshire. England; also nieces and nephews. She was a long time member of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church. A private familv service In McCall Bros. Kamilv Chapel, Victoria, B.C. with the Rev. B. officiating. iNo flowers by request). GREGORY THE PASSING OF MR. Robert (Ale) Gregory, age 80 years of 2003 Arlington Avenue Saskatoon and formerly of Asquith. occurred at his residence on September 19th, 1974. The funeral service will be held on Monday. September 23rd, 1974 at 2 p.m. from Park Funeral Chapel conducted by Rev. S. Dingwall. Memorial gifts may be made to the Canadian National Institute for 'he Blind in Sas- katoon. Surviving are: several nieces and nephews, three rlstors-in-law, Mrs. Wllda Gregory of Asquith, Mrs. Georgina Gregory of Saskatoon, Mrs. Mary Hilchings of Saskatoon. Mr. Gregory was born in Neepawa, Manitoba and came to Saskatchewan in 1903 to Asquith. where he farmed until 1949 when he moved to Saskatoon where he had resided until his passing. While In Asquith Mr. Gregory served as an elder of the Asquith United Church and was a councillor of Vanscoy Municipality for a number of years. Interment will be made in the Woodlawn Cemetery. Courtesy parking north of the Chanel. 9-23-c LAPLANTE TH'1 DEATH OF MR. John Richard LaPlante. age 77 years, of 318 Ave south Saskatoon, occurred in a local hospital on Friday. September 20th. 1974. The funeral mass will be held on Monday. Sep- tember 23rd at 10 a.m. from St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, conducted by Rev. P. Fourchalk. C.Ss.R. Prayers will be said at St. Mary's Church, Sunday evening at 7:30 p.m. Surviving are: his loving wife, Ellse: two daughters. Mrs. Stella Mulhall. Toronto and Mrs. Elizabeth Poirier, Saskatoon; three sons, Maurice, Saskatoon, Rchard, Surrey. B.C. and Hector. Brampton, Ontario; two sisters, Mrs. Helen Cyr, Punnichy, and Mrs. Philamine Machiskenak. Quinton one brother. Michael, Wynyard. Sask. The late Mr. LaPlante was born at Wynyard. Sask. and lived the early part of his life there. He lived at Lestock. Green Lake and Meadow Lake before moving to Saskatoon In 1965. Mr. LaPlante served vith the Canadian Army overseas during the First World War and with "he Veterans Guard during the Second World War. He was a member of the Saskatoon Branch of the Roval Canadian Legion. Interment will lake place In Soldiers Field. Woodlawn Cemetery. Arrangements are In care of Westwood Funeral Chapel. 9-23-C POPOFF-TWE DEATH OF WILLIAM M. Popoff, age 88 years of Langham. occurred In a local nursing home on September 19th, 1974. The funeral service will be held on Sunday, September 22nd at 10:00 a.m. from the Langham Doukhobor Prayer Hom.e, A prayer service will be held in the Chapel of the Saskatoon Funeral Home on Saturday evening at p.m. Surviving are: 4 daughters: Mrs. Jim Popoff (Polly). Blaine Lake. Mrs. Sam Shukin (Stella), Winlaw, B.C., Mrs. Fred Woykin (Violet) and Mrs. John Im-lnsky (Mary) both of Saskatoon; 2 sons Joe and John Popoff both of Langham, II grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren and 2 great great grandchildren. He was predeceased by his wife Agatha in 1957. Mr. Popoff was born In Russia and at the age of 10 years came to Canada with his family to reside at Blaine Lake. In 1898. In 1910 he moved to the Langham district where he farmed until retiring to make, his home in Langham in 1950. Interment will take place in tlte Karalowka Cemetery near Langham. Sask. Saskatoon funeral Home is in cliarge of arrangements. 9-23-c WANTED EXPERIENCED shingler, $7 per square. 652-6938. 9-25-C ZELLERS LTD. require a mature person to work evenings as maintenance personnel. Previous experience in cleaning will be an asset. Good starting salary and a full range of benefits are offered. Contact Personnel Office for interview. 374-7771. 8-23-c WAITRESSESER For full time and part time, experience preferred but not essential. Apply in person 1631 Idylwyld North. 9-25-c WEHArE SEVERAL OPENINGS AT our branches throughout Saskatchewan for personnel. If you have a good education and hold a valid drivers or chauffeur's licence or if you have any propane experience. Apply to Prairie Gas Ltd. 802 Circle Drive, or phone 244-8547 for particulars. 9-25-c SARAH COVENTRY Have an exciting career in the wonderful world of fashion. Help pay those Christmas bills. Full or part time opportunity. Phone 242-4629. 9-23-c I NEED HELP AT THE BOWLA-drome. Anyone Interested apply. (To train for manager). Apply between 1 and 2 p.m. 155 3rd Ave. North. 9-25-c PERMANENT FULL TIME. LIVE-IN siatr position, for boy's group home, offering services for 16-19-year-olds, starting salary, $400. month, plus room and board, previous experience working with adolescents or 2 years University required, minimum age 21. accepting applications now. Starting date Sept. 15. apply in writing to Box 43B, Star-Phoenix. 9-26-c THREE ATTENDANTS FOR CAR wash and service station, also driver for truck. 653-4188. 9-25-c AUTO. QUALIFIED MECH. PREFER with welding exp. Jd.dO to 17.00 per hr. To start depend on exp. Living accommodation supplied ifurnished). 48 hr. wk. or more, overtime. Air Fare paid. Work for wife al hotel. Write Mach Mt. Service and Rentals Norman Wells, N.W.T. 9-23-p EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES ALLAN POTASH MINES REQUIRES FEMALES AND MALES FOR THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS: LABOURERS TRADESPEOPLE MINE-MILL OPERATORS In order to meet the increased demand for Potash we are seeking a number of reliable people. These positions offer permanent employment iri an expanding industry. Applicants must have a valid drivers licence. Interviews will be arranged for positions to be awarded in the future. We offer competitive wages, excellent fringe benefits, good working conditions and permanent employment. Please apply to: PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT, ALLAN POTASH MINES Allan, Saskatchewan SOK OC0 or phone 257-3312 9-23-c OVER 16 TRAINING FOR a well paid part full time lob. Ph. Noreen 244-2083 9-6 p.m. m-9-28-c SEMI-TRAILER DRIVERS wanted. Apply to Siemens Transport Ltd. 374-6006. ELECTRICAL DRAFTSMAN REQUIRED J. J. White and Associates. 244 6371 9-26-c MINE ACCOUNTANT Due to a transfer Echo Bay Mines Port Radium, Northwest Territories, require a mature individual for accounting, supervisory and admnistratlve duties. Tills is a permanent staff poslion. Salary negotiable. Married quarters available at S30 per month. No school at present. Send Resume to R. Baron. Echo Bay Mines 408 10355 Jasper Edmonton. Alta. 9-23-c NATIONAL STEREO AND RECORD CHAIN are opening a new slore In Saskatoon and need manager-ess and assistant, experienced audio and sales personnel and record clerks. Good starting salary and bonuses. Excellent advancement opportunities. Please reply In confidence giving position applied for nd all pertaining information to Box 141B. Star-Phoenix. 9-23-c OVERSTUFFED GARAGE? SELL THE STUFFING TELEPHONE CLASSIFIED 653-2100 Monday Friday 8:30 8:30 Saturday 8:30 a.m. Noon

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