Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada on October 6, 1977 · 7
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Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
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Thursday, October 6, 1977
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t 26 the STAR-PHOENIX, Saskatoon, Thursday, October 6, 197? Wright urges law change Changes in provincial legislation may be the only way city officials can gain effective jurisdiction in some types of neighborhood disturbances, Mayor Cliff Wright said Wednesday. 7 Wright was commenting Crash kills man - A 21-year-old Prince Albert man was killed in a singlevehicle accident in the west part of that city early, this morning when the car in which he was passenger collided with a telephone post, city police reported. . The driver and a third occupant of the vehicle, both fronT Prince Albert, were taken to Victoria Hospital in that city after suffering undetermined injuries. ' The man died en route to hospital after the accident, which occurred about 1 a.m. None of the vehicles occupants were wearing seat-belts. ' Names are being withheld pending further investigation. Meanwhile, three persons were injured in three separate traffic accidents in Saskatoon Wednesday. Adeen McCloskey, five-year-old daughter of Niall and Madeline McCloskey of 127 106th St. East, was taken to St. Pauls Hospital after she was involved in a collision with a car northbound on Central Avenue between 104th and 105th streets, city police said. She apparently walked onto the street about 5 p.m. from behind a parked car. She is reported in satisfactory condition. Driver of the vehicle was Larry Friske, 25, of 207 112th St. East. A 50-year-old cyclist is under observation in St. Pauls Hospital after an accident involving a transport truck on Idylwyld Drive and 22nd Street about 3:30 p.m. John Nickel of 626 Sixth St. East was proceeding west on 22nd Street and the truck, dri-,vin by Norman McMillan, 27, of Craven, was northbound on Idylwyld Drive. Mark Dagg, 15, of 2628 East view was injured while crossing the 100 block of Third Avenue South when he was in collision with a car driven by Dennis Turchenek, 29, of 302-865 Confederation Drive.' Meanwhile, Robert Vallee, 23, of 2127 St. Andre Ave. remains in critical condition in University Hospital following a car-truck collision Tuesday at 38th Street and Ontario Avenue. Driver of the truck was Maurice Fediash, 19, of 77 Rupert Drive. Susan Proctor, 21, of 1522 Ewart Ave. is in satisfactory condition in University Hospital following a Tuesday morning accident on Cumberland Avenue between Temperance and Aird streets. Police release victims name Lillian Marie Laliberte, 22, of 921 Ave. O South has been identified as the Saskatoon woman killed Friday night in a single-vehicle accident about three kilometres (two miles) northeast of Canwood. Her name had been withheld until Wednesday due to difficulties in notifying her nextrof-kin. Canwood is about 80 kilometres (50 miles) west of Prince Albert. WEIL MAKE ALL YOUR DREAMS COME TRUE! SASKATOON ARENA SAT. OCT. 15 thru MON. OCT. 17 LIMITED SEATING AVAILABLE SAT. 4 Pll (OPENING) and 8 PM -s SUN. 2 PM & 6 PM MON 8 PM Search the Classified For a period of five days, Thure., Oct 6 to Oct. 12, search for your name hidden in the Classified Ads. Winners must identify themselves by Frt. Oct. 14, 4:00 p.m. at the Stair-Phoenix Classified Office. EACH WINNING NAME WILL RECEIVE TWO FREE TICKETS TO THE Ice Capades performance stipulated on winning tickets. specifically about complaints of late-night, noisy parties. He said he personally has received a number of complaints from city residents and complaints are also made regularly to the city police department. He cited one instance where a woman was regularly kept awake between about barclosing time (midnight) and '3 a m. or later by revellers next door who played high-powered stereo equipment. Its one of the toughest things as mayor to have to tell these people there isnt much we can do to help them, Wright said. 1 The mayor said city police normally cannot act until the disturbance moves off private property. When that happens, the persons involved can be chained with creating a disturbance. But under present conditions if a loud party is held on private property, the most effective avenue citizens have is through a private lawyer and the courts. jWright said amendments to provincial legislation could give the city the power to act on some complaints and as far as he is concerned, nobody should be able to produce enough noise that it penetrates their neighbors dwelling. He said the best the city can do now in extreme cases is to ask police to wait outside the house where the party is held and check people as they leave. CLASS RAT FIED ES (Effective June 1, 1977) CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING J Ph. 653-2100 Star-Phoehlx Classified Ad Rates. Thirteen Cents Per word Per Day. 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Word ads will be accepted by telephone from 4:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, and will appear for publication second day after order. Word ads accepted 8:30 noon .Saturdays will appear In Mondays publication. Cancellations will be accepted to 8:00 p.m. Monday through Friday and 8:30a.m. to 12 noon Saturday for next days Publication. On days when the business office is closed, word ads for publication may be left In the box In the front vestibule of the Star-Phoenix office. Please be sure to leave your name; address, phone number and number of Insertion desired. Display Advertising SCHEDULE OF COPY ACCEPTANCE TUESDAY 12:00 noon for Thursday, WEDNESDAY 12:00 for Friday, THURSDAY 12:00 noon for Saturday, FRIDAY 12:00 noon for Monday, FRIDAY 3:00 p.m. for Tuesday and Wednesday publication. All of the above times on a "copy In hand basis", allow time for copy pick and preparation. ' PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS Minimum Count Two Lines One month: $6.50 per count line per month. Six months or more: $6.25 per count line per month. Twelve months or more: 56.00 per count line per month. THREE DAYS 5 SHOWS SUBSCRIPTION RATES By carrier 90 cents per week collected bl-weekly BY MAIL IN CANADA 1 year $60.00 1 month $7.00 Sat. Only-yearly $16.50 BY MAIL IN U.S.A. & FOREIGN Subscription rate per year . . $48.00 Postage $137.00 Total $185.00 6 months $25.00 Postage $69.00 Total $94.00 3 months $14.25 Postage $34,75 Total $49.00 Saturday Only $5.50 Postage $11.50 Total $17.00 MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES IN SASKATCHEWAN 1 year S54.00 6 months $30.00 3 months $16.00 1 month $6.00 Sat. Only-yearly $15.00 Deaths ALLEGRETTO -Thedeath of Mrs. Marla Allegretto age 89 years of 107 Ava. M South, Saskatoon occurred In a Saskatoon Hospital on October 4th, 1977. The Funeral Maat will be held on Saturday, October 8th at 10 a.m. from St. Mary Roman Catholic Church conducted by Rev. N. Corbett. Prayers will be said at St. Marys Church, Friday evening at 8 p.m. Surviving are: one eon Ollver of Saskatoon, one daughter Miss Julia Allegretto of Saskatoon, also 5 grandchildren and n gnat grandchildren. Mre. Allegretto wat predeceased by her husband Antonio, a ton Rooer In 1955 and by two brothers, Antonio and Oliver. Mis. Allegretto was bom In Porttencne Italy and came to Saskatoon In 1929 where the has resided until herpes tine. Mis. Allegretto was a member of the C. W.L. and a member of St Marys Parish. Memorial gifts may bermade to the Sask. Heart Fund, 440 Second Ave. North. Interment will be made In the family plot In the Roman Catholic Cemetery. Arrangements are In cars of Westunod Funeral Chanel. BUCHANAN The death of mis. Marguerite Buchanan of 25 Norman Crescent, Saskatoon occurred In a local hospital on October Sth, 1977. The Funeral Service will be held on Friday, October 7th at 2:00 P.M. from St. Martins United Church Wilson Crescent and Clarence Avenue conducted by Rev. E. Geiband Rev. Bob Thompson. McKaaue's Funeral Home will ha In charge. Surviving are: her loving husband Nell, one daughter, Marilyn Buchanan, of Saskatoon, one son, Malcolm Buchanan of Toronto, and three brothers, Gordon Palmer and Robert Palmer, both of Star City, Sask. and Donald Plamer of Este-van, Sask. Mrs. Buchanan wu predeceased by her parents. Mrs. Buchanan was bom in Stirling, Ontario, She came to the Glrvlndtotrlct with her parents In 1918, trained at the Regina General Hospital and graduated as a Registered Nurse, and took port graduate studies at McGill University. Mrs. Buchanan has resided In Saskatoon since i960. She was a member of St. Martins United Church. The family would appreciate donations to the Canadian Cancer Society, 305 Central Chambers, or a charity of choice rather than floral tributes. Interment will be made In the Woodlawn Cemetery. COX The death of Harley Clayton Cox age 57 year, beloved husband of Uola Cox ( Bunnell) of 108 Lindsay Drive Drive, Saskatoon occurred on Octobers, .1977. The Funeral Service will be held on Friday, October 7th at 2 : 00 p. m. from the Chapel of W. J. Jones & Son Funeral Home, Moore Jaw. Surviving are: his lovlngwife, Uola; two sons, Douglas of Edmonton and Donald of Saskatoon; two daughters, Mrs. .Arnold Marl (Donna) of Saskatoon and Mre. Douglas Berube (Sandra) of Regina; twograndchlldren; his father, Fred of Moose Jaw; a brother, Roy of Saskatoon; two sisters, Mrs. Everett Broadley (Mariorle) of Saanlchton, B.C. and Mrs. Ray Healey (Irene) of Victoria. He was predeceased by his mother, Josephine and a brother, Melvin. Mr. Cox was bom In Shamrock, Saskatchewan. He served In the Royal Canadian Air Force from 1939 to 1945 and during that time flew two operational tours over Europe. He was employed by Redl-Mix Concrete from the early 1950's until the time of his death. He was a member of the Royal Canadian Legion, Moose Jaw, the Army Navy and Airforce Veteran and of the former Military Institute. Interment will take place In Rosedale Cemetery, Moose Jaw. HAMOLINE The passing of Mrs. Marie Joseph Hamollne age 67 years of Vonda, Sask. occurred at her residence on Wednesday, October 5th, 1977. The Funeral Mast will beheld on Saturday, October 8th at 10:00 a.m. from St. Phlllppede-Nerl Roman Catholic Church at Vonda celebrated by Rev. Father Norbert Dufault. Prayers will be said on Friday evening, October 7th at 8:30 p.m. from St. Phlltppede-Nerl Roman Catholic Church at Vonda. Surviving are: her husband, Joseph. She waa predeceased by her father and mother Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hamon and by one brother: John Hamon In 1974. The Isle Mrs. Hamollne waa born In Bonne Madone, Sask. She and her husband, ware married In 1946 and moved to the Vonda farm district where they lived until retiring In 1974. upon their retirement they moved to the town of Vonda end bed resided there since. Mrs. Harnoime was a member of St. Phlllppe-de-Nerf Roman Catholic Church. Interment will take place In the Roman Catholic Cemeteryat Vonda. Arrangements are In care of Park Funeral Chapel. ATKINSON In Sidney. B.C.' on September 30th, 1977, Professor Alfred Lyford Courtenay Atkinson. M.Sc., F. R.S.A., M.I.N.A., age 80 years. Bom in Stockton-Oon Tees, County Durham, England. Resident of Sidney, B.C. for the past 34 years, formerly of Saskatoon, Sask. He leaves his loving wife. Peg, daughters, Heather and Pat, nieces and a nephew In Canada, cousins In England. He was a Professor of Engineering Department of the University of Saskatchewan from 1929 to 1950 and with the Royal Roads Military College from 1950 to 1963; served with the R.C.N. during the second World War In Constructor Brand). Service will be be held.ln Holy Trinity Anglican Church, North Saanich, B.C. on Wednesday, October 5, 1977 at 11:00 a.m. Interment In Holy Trinity Cemetery. Flowers gratefully declined. Those so desiring may contribute to the Holy Trinity Church Organ Fund. Arrangements by the Sands Funeral Chapel of Roses. Sidney. B.C. ALEXANDER The death of Mre. Annie Elizabeth Alexander ace 95 years of Oliver Lodge, Saskatoon occurred at her residence on October 4, 1977. The Funeral Service will be held on Friday, October 7A at 3:30 p.m. from First Baptist Church conducted by Rev. William Went. Survlvlnaare: two son. A. F. (Art) Alexander of Ottawa and L. w. (Lee) Alexander of Wlllowdaie. Ontario; two daughters, Mre. H. K. (Elsie) Campbell of Thunder Bay, Ontario and Mrs. Edna Greik of Saskatoon; 12 grandchildren and T2 great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, R. A. (Richard) Alexander on April 11, 1956 and by a son. R. G. (Bob) Alexander on June 6, 1941 while serving whh die R.CA.F. Mrs. Alexander was bom In London. England and In 1907 came to the Dundum district where she farmed with her husband until 1918 when they came to make their tame in Saskatoon. Interment will take place In Mtaodlawn Cemetery. Saskatoon Funeral Home Is In charge of arrangements. Deaths (CtnUimd) LOEWEN - The death of Mlu Katherine Loewen, age 95 years of Dalmeny, Sask. occurred on Oct 5, 1977. The funeral service will beheld on Sat. Oct Sth at 10 a.m. from the Dalmeny Bible Church conducted by Rev. Frank Funk. Dalmeny Funeral home In charge of arrangements. Surviving are one slater, Mr. Peter P. Thlassen, (Marla) of Dalmeny, Sask; many friends and relative. She waa predeceased by seven brother and two sisters. Interment will bo made In the Bible ChuMATOagi LOEWEN - The death of Mre. Sarah Loewen of suite 16 2601, 7th St., Saskatoon occurred on Oct 4th 1077. The funeral service will be held on Frl. Oct 7 at 2:30 p.m. from the Nutana Mennonlte Brethren Church at Louisa Ave. and 3rd street, conducted by Rev. Kannath Dyck. Dalmeny Funeral Home In charge of arrangements. Surviving are her husband, Aba; one brother, John Frlesen of Hepburn and one slater, Mrs. Mary Sukkau of Hepburn Many relatives and friends. Interment will be made In Hapbum Cemetery. McFADYEN The death of Mrs. Ada Viola McFadvenaf70versof 2003 Arlington Avenue, Saskatoon occurred at her residence on October 3, 1977. The Funeral Service will be held on Friday, October 70i at 10:30 a.m. from the Chapel of Saskatoon Funeral Home conducted by Rev. N. S. Dingwall. (In lieu of flowers, donations to the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada Box 313, Saskatoon would be appreciated) Surviving are: a dammar, Mrs. Vara Hartman (Bath) of McBride, B.C.; three grandchildren; four slaters, Mrs. Velma Hultman of Saskatoon, Mrs. Delta McFadyan, Mrs. Dolly Glrdlsr and Mre. Notts Amos all of Victoria and a brother, Wilfred Bel mas of Saskatoon. She was predeceased by her husband; Mac In 1956 Mre. McFadyan wu bom at Asquith and following bar mania lived at Ruthllda, Lavema andTi sler prior to comint to Saskatoon 21 years ago. Intermentwlll takeplace In Hllldrest Memorial gardens.-(Courtesy parking south of the Chapel on 4th Avenue at 25th Street). MOONEY - The death of Mrs. Gay Mooney age 57 years of Perdue, Sask. occurred In a local hospital on October 5th. 1977. The Funeral Service wl II be held on Friday, October 7th, 1977, at 10.-30 A.M. from Perdue Legion Hall conducted by Canon L. S. Gill. McKague's Funeral Home will be In charge. Surviving!: her husband, Dick; one daughter, Llz,at home, one ton, Rick, at home, a granddaughter, In England and two brothers, In England. Mrs. Mooney wu predeceased by a son, Michael, In England. Mre. Mooney wu bom In England. She hu made her home In the Perdue district for the part 16 yurt. Intermentwlll ha made In die Hlllc rest Memorial Gardens m Saskatoon. WALDERN The passing of Mrs. Helen Waldem age 60 year of The Connaught Block, Saskatoon occur red suddenly on Wednesday, October 5th, 1977. The Funeral arrangement are pending and will be announced on Friday. Surviving are: two daughters: Mre. Larry (Alice) Kirkland of Winnipeg, Man. and Mrs. Peter (Claudia) Stan of Prince George, B.C.; six sisters: Mrs. Mike (Margaret) Chudoblakof Lethbridge, Alta.; Mre. Dan (Annie) Frlesen of Nlvervllle, Man.; Mrs. Clem (Alvina) Paulhus of Rosthern, Sask.; Mrs. Albert (Mary) Classen of Fannystelle, Man.; Mlu Laura Frlesen of Saskatoon and Mre. George (Tina) Koop of 100 Milo House, B.C. and ana brother: Henry Frlesen of Saskatoon. She wu predeceased by her husband, Claude In 1974, by her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. William Frteaen and by one brother, John. The late Mrs.- Waldem wu born In Russia and came to Canada with her parent In 1923 to Rosthem, Sask. She later lived at Aberdeen, Sask. prior to moving to the Dundum forming district In 192S. She married her husband, Claude, in 1952 and came to Saskatoon where she had since resided. Arrangements are In care of Park Funeral Chapel. THOMPSON The death of Herbert James Thompson age 90 years of Oliver Lodge, 1405 Faulkner Crescent occurred suddenly at his home on October 4th, 1977. The Funeral Service will be held on Friday Oc tober 7th at 1:30 p.m. from Third Avenue United Church conducted by Rev. W. J. Phillips Rees. (Memorial donations to the Sask. Heart Fund, co 440 2nd Avenue North will be appreciated In lieu of flowers.) Surviving are his wife Violet; 2 sons Ellsworth and Cecil Thompson both of Saskatoon; 1 daughter Mrs. Selby Ogle (Beatrice) Sukatoon; 7 grandchildren and 1 great granddaughter; also one brother Mr. Lloyd Thompson, Renfrew, Ontario. He was predeceased by a son Nor man In 1943 while serving whh the R.C.A.F. In India and by a grandson Norman Ogle In 1974. Mr. Thompson wu born St Denbigh, Ontario and came west to Belmont, Manitoba In 1919. In 1923 he came to make hla home at Lanaham, Sask. where he served as Saskatchewan Government Telephones Agent for 20 years. Coming to Saskatoon In 1943 ha wu associated with Eaton's for 17 years prior to his retirement. Mr. Thompson wu a life member and past master of Ishpamtng Lodge No. 43 A.F. & a.m.. Langham, Sask. A member of Third Avenue United Church he had served as an elder for many years. Mr. Thompson wuan enthusiastic sportsman and wu active In curling and golf. Interment will take place In Woodlawn Cemetery. Saskatoon Funeral Home Is In charge of arrangements. Funerals' KOTELMACH The Funeral Mass of Mrs. Tekla Kotelmach who died on October 2nd. 1977 wu held from Our Lady of Czestochowa Roman Catholic Church on October 5th, 1977 at 10:00 a.m. celebrated by Rev. Father J. Cleply, O.M.l. assisted by Rev. Father Deni L. Phaneuf and Rev. Father Denis J. O'Driacoll. Pallbearers war: Patrick Novldd, Harvey Auger, Ron Taylor, John Zarowny, Nat Auger, Joe Kotelmach Sr. I nterment took place In the family plot In the Roman Catholic Cemetery. Arrangements wet In care of Park Funeral Chapel. - IriMmorlam TROTTIER In loving memory of a dear Grandmother, Who passed away October 6, 1976. Grandma, you are not forgotten, Though on earth you are no more. Still In memory you are with us, As you always were before. Loving Grandaughter. Janet. TROTTIER in loving memory of a (tear mother and grandmother who passed away Oct. 6. 1976. Tima chanse many things But love and memory everclinu Lovingly remembered by Butdi, Las. Penny and Donna. STUCKEL In loving memory of a dear husband and father, Mathias, who passed away October 6, 1968. Oh, that I could clasp his hand. His (tear, kind face just see. To hear his voice, to see his smile. That meant so much to me. His spirit fled, his sufferings oer. In heaven he Is free. Lovingly remembered by wife Katherine and sons Maurice and Gerr.-d. In Mamoriams (CanUiwtd) KOLISNEK In loving memory of a dearson and brother, Wayne, who passed away October 5th, 1975. He Is gone, but not forgotten. And, as dawns a second yur. In our lonely hours of thinking, Thoughts of him are always near. Days of sadness will come o'er us, Many think the wound Is healed. But they little know the sorrow, That lies In the hurt concealed. I think of him In silence. His name I oft recall, There Is nothing left to answer, But his picture on the wall. Sadly missed by Mom and Dad, Robin, brothers and sisters. Grandparents, nieces and nephews. TROTTIER' Treasured memories of a wonderful mother and grandmother Elizabeth Trottler who passed away Oct. 6, 1976. There was a dur house Inviting, In a dear little place I know And welcome was always waiting Whan to that little house 1 would ' go For there lived the dearest lady The sweetest I ever mat. And today, If I cannot visit, Dear Mother, I shall never forget The ga gates of love and memory never close. LoWngly remembered and sadly missed by daughter Kay Mazer and family. TROTTIER In loving memory of a deer Mother and Grandmother, Elizabeth, who left us October 6, 1976. Beside your grave I often stand. With heart both crushed and sore, i Not lost, but gone before. God knows how much we miss you. He counts the tear I shed. And whispers, she only sleeps , Your loved one Is not dead. So I .will be brave dear Mother, And pray to God each day, And when He calls me home to you. Your smile will guide the way. Todearly loved to be forgotten Mary and Bob, grandsons Las, Fred and Craig. TROTTIER Ih loving memory of a Mother and Grandmother, who passed away October 6, 1976. Dear Mom, A year has passed since that sad day, When you were called away,' All your worries, and loneliness are past, Now you are happy with Dad, at . last. So many times I think of you. And many times I have cried, But when I see your picture. You smile and say. Don't cry my baby, I am only gj0oplng W will meet again someday. Loved and never forgotten Shirlby, Bing and boys. TROTTIER In loving memory of a beloved mother and grandmother Elizabeth, who passed away Oct. 6, 1976. In tears we saw you sinking We watched you fade away Our hearts were nearly broken When you left us on that day. The loneliness without you The ache deep In our hearts We've nothing left but memories ' From them we will never part. A heart of gold stopped beating You finally got to rest. God broke our hearts to prove to us He only takes the best. Never forgotten by daughter Marg. Leo and grandchildren. TROTTIER In loving memory of a dear mother Elizabeth who passed away on October 6, 1976. If I had all the world to give, Id give It, yes, and more. To hear her voice and see her smile And greet her at my door. But all I can do, dear mother, Is go and tend your grave. And leave behind tokens of love To the best mother God ever made. I like to think, when life Is done. Wherever heaven may be. That she'll be standing at the door Up there to welcome me. Lovingly remembered and so sadly missed by son Herman and Gladys. Cart of Thanks MANGEL The family of the late John Joseph Mangel wish to express sincere gratitude to all relatives, friends, neighbours and co-workers for their many acts of kindness shown at the passing of their loved one. Many thanks to Rev. W. J. Purshke, Rev. L. Cyr and Rev. B. Moran for their comforting words and sincere personal tribute to Mr. Mangel. ToSt. Mary's CWL for serving a lovely lunch. Thanks to the Active Pallbearers and Honorary Pallbearers. Also many thanks for all the food that was brought to the house as well as the phone calls. A special thanks to the staff of St. Pauls School, especially the Grade One class. Your kindness and thoughtfulness was. greatly appreciated. Agatha Mangel and family. McCAIG On behalf of the family of the late Robert H. McCalg I wish to express my thanks to Dr. Beaman, Lionel Shlck, Park Funeral Home, Rev. S. Doan and Canadian Legloa Brandi at Bigger for their kindness and help. Eunice Helfrlck. THE FAMILY of the late Reginald Arthur Ham wish to express their sincere appreciation to relatives and friends for their kind expressions, sympathy cards, flowers and other donations. Special thanks to Archdeacon Brandrlck for his wonderful service. McKague's Funeral Home, the Womens' Auxiliary Royal Canadian Legion Branch No. SB and VON Home Cara. Your kindness and thoughtfulness was deeply appreciated. Neoma Ham and family. The family of the late Mrs. Levina M. Young wish to express their sincere thanks to relatives, friends and neighbours for the many acts of kindness shown at this time; for the floral tribute, those who donated to the M.S. memorial fund, thanks to the staff at Sherbrooke Community Centre; Rev. S. Dingwall, the ladles of Asquith Babtlst Church for the lunch. Saskatoon funeral home, soloist and organist. Funeral Directors MCKAGUE'S FUNERAL HOME M. McKague R.J. McKague D.A. Newblgging Phone 664-3131 300 3rd Ave. $ PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL ' Terry G. Mlchavlluk Donald Somers 3ll 3rd Ave. No. Phone 244-2103. Xi SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME' W. ARNOLD EDWARDS ROBERT F. DAURIE Ph. 244-5577 338 4th Ave. N. 9 WESTWOOD FUNERAI CHAPEL Ree J. Murdock Phone 653-3434 20th Si & Ave. N v-8 Crematoriums PRAIRIE VIEW CHAPEL Memorial and Cremation Services Highway 11 South 242-7884 Box 2061 Personal 14 ARE BILLS or creditors giving you no place to turn? Try financial counselling for a small fee. Phone Keith, 242-8102 till 6:30. ARE YOU PREGNANT? We can help both of you. Birthright 652-9991. AUCTIONEER AVAILABLEfor all occasions. 665-6522. m3 BEER BOTTLES 40 cents doz. Min. 10 dg. Pop bottles. 384-0737. COMMUNITY AID For Information needs or someone to talk to call 242-0633 anytime. DIACHUK'S vinvlsable (bending, aid phone after 5. 244-6455. DO UPHOLSTERY my own home. Antique. Also canvas repairs. 342 Douglas Cras. 382-2228. ' -v m7 FOR WEDDING RECEPTIONS, banquets, dancing. Accommodates 25-271 Marl told 664-3123. V-1 FREE ESTIMATES T.V. and radio repairs, Maytair T.V. drive In, 414 33rd St. 653-5366 open 9-9 1 v3 LATEST AND BEST Adult mer-diandlse In the world. 218 Ave. B. S. 242-0771. Happiness Is: Love Friendship Going Place Seeing New Faces People People Needing People. Sharing with Someone Your HAPPINESS Is our concern Call 665-1991 Or for free dating Information or correspondence, mall coupon below to: BEAS DATA-MATE suite 23 158 2nd Ava. North NAME ADDRESS PHONE Age- REASONABLE-SMALL appliance repair. 382-3310. REMEDIAL READING. Is you child reading up to grade level? Experienced teacher will tutor at tame. Call 374-4704. REMODELLING FUR COBtS, suits, dresses, phone 653-0291 ml ROSE MARKING DEVICES. 150B 2nd Ave. N. Saskatoon; 244-5885. Manufacturers of rubber stamps, pocket stamps, self Inking stamps, plastic engraved door signs, name badges, magnetic car or truck signs. m8 SASKATOON GUITAR COLLEGE, Free Loan Of Guitar 1st 12 wks Call 374-2997 For Further Info. r mO SASKATOON SINGLE Parents will holdadanceon Frl. Oct. 7 at Nutana Legion Hall. Music by the B.J.'s. SASKATCHEWAN ROUGHRIDER Football Dinner ticket, October 7th, $200 value, offers. 225-2262. SEWING 8t Alterations. Dresses, formate, pant suits. 382-6550 y4. SIR'S EXOTIC DANCE STUDIO Now under new management Private Lessons Open 2 p.m.-2 a.m. Ph. 244-4710 . yQ WANTED ride to Ottowa or Ontario . Oct 18. Lynn. 244-2808. WHY PAY MORE. Professional artists will dopalntlng. Portrait or any kind of painting In your desired media. 242-1798. ml FACED WITH A DRINKING PROBLEM J ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS White to P.O. Box 331 Saskatoon or Phone 665-6727 anytime. V5 ZOLLER DENTURE Clinic. A complete denture service to the public. 9a.m. 6p.m., Mon. thru Sat., Thurs. evenings: 6 9p.m. 1041 8th St. E. 343-1969. Free parking. Free consultations. Credit terms. Personal Services 15 -FLAMAN INVESTIGATION and Security Agency Ltd. Uniformed guards armed guards Specializing In divorce evidence Box 362, Saskatoon, 343-8979 VlO BELFER SERVICES LTD. Box 123, Saskatoon Investigation & Security 382-1547, 24 hours V2 ENERGETIC, AMBITIOUS couple will do odd lobs, yards, rubbish removal, wall cleaning, small painting A handyman lobs, apartment moves. Reasonable rates. 384-1199. m4 I WILL paint or drywall your house. 343-9496 evenings. m4 . PIERRE PARIS WORK BOOTS ' - Orthopedlcally Designed -Aids sore feet, legs, back problems CLARENCE W. SIMPSON 242-7460 2 Companion Breast Prosthesis Silicone gel, all sizes, personalized service. For app. Mrs. Lou OPsahl 374-9707. y3 STUDENT WITH Truck will haul lunk, $10 a load. After 4p.m. 374-9052. mO lasts Found , 16 FOUND MATURE large pure black cat. Brevoort Park Area. 373-2365. LOST BOYS' Yellow JCcWspeed from Market Mall. Reward. 374-7949. LOST ONE men's black wallet. Reward offered. PhoneTlmat 384-3425. LOST OCTOBER 1st bale of four rolls of Insulation on Taylor or Broadway. 374-3617. Reward. Notices n NOTICE TO ALL CREDITORS OF NATIONAL CATERERS LTD. BIGGAR, SASKATCHEWAN Please be advised that affective 14 October, 1977 that National Caterers Ltd. will ceese their operations at Preirte Malt Ltd., formerly Hen-ninger Malting (Sask) Ltd., construction site. Further. National Caterers Ltd will not be responsible for any claims after 14 October, 1977. Any and all outstanding Invoices should be addressed to The Attention of Mr. Brian Stares. National Caterers Ltd- P.O. Box 23, C.P.R. Station. 200 Granville. Vancouver. B.C., V6C2R3, not later than 31 October, 1977 at which time the Invoices will be processed for payment. Noticas i !C0m4 NOTICE : To all patients and physicians The entire prescription records and family drug profiles from " BUY-RITE DRUGS ' Confederation . , ARE NOW LOCATED .AT ; ACTION DRUGS . 924 Northumberland Avenue 382-5555 Tenders P(Y I Canadian lJJ National STRUCTURES FOR SALE PRAIRIE REGION Offers In sealed envelope, plainly marked "S-36 offer for (name and location of facility)" will be received until 24 October 1977 by Mr. E. N. Belles, Manager Purdwse and Materials, Canadian Notional Railways, Box 244 Postal Station Tranacona, Winnipeg, Manitoba R2C3R4 for purchases and removal of Railway fodlttlet as listed hereunder from Railway right-of-way. Norquay, Sask. Stockyard Glenbush, Sask. Loading platform Harris, Sask. Loading platform Hepburn, Sask. Loading platform Keatley, Sask. Loading platform Mayfair, Sask. Loading platform Browning, Sask. Loading platform Edam, Sask. 9' x 32 toolhouse Stony Beach, Sask. Section house 22' x 35' frame one storey Hatherlelgh, Sask. Station- frame 22 x 48' stuccoed concrete foundation and basement timber platform. Wartime, Sask. Station-frame 22 x 4 stuccoed with frame shed S x 22 attached. Benson, Sask. Station frameie'x 52' with attached kitchen 13' x 15'. Mazsnod, Sask.-Statlon 22Vi'x47' frame 2 storey with attached porch 10' X 32. Bradweil, Sask Station 16' x 50" frame with attached kitchen 12' x iff foot foundation. Birsay, Sask. Station frame 20 x 52' with attached 12' x 14' kitchen , and an 8' x 20' coal shed and latrine Haushton, Sask. Station frame 22" x 46' attached coal shad 8' x 22' and latrine. Rich lea, Sask. Station frame 22 x 46' attached coal shad 8 x 22 and latrine. - Bethune, Sask. Station frame 27 x 43' (no platform) Glldden, Sask. Station frame. Hanley, Sask. Station frame 21' x 86' attached kitchen lO1 x 25' and 12 x 30' coal shed 160' platform. Lscadena, Sask. Station frame. All theabove sales will be on baste of purchasers agreeing to remove structures from Railway property and clearing sites to the satisfaction of the Engineer or hla representative, this site clearing to Include removal of foundation and filllngof excavations where applicable. Burning of rubbish ordebrismurt be carried out according to Local and Provincial Fire Regulation. Sales also on basis that payment of full purchase price will be made upon notification of acceptance of offer and prior to dismantling work being started. In addition, purchaser must submit a deposit equal to thepurchaseprlceuptoa maximum of $100.00. This deposit will be refunded to the purchaser once he has cleared the site to the satisfaction of the Railway. All work must be completed and site cleared by 31 January 1978. Descriptions of structures to be sold are as taken from existing records and past Inspections but due to a number of factors, unauthorized removals, vandalism at isolated locations, etc. descriptions as given In some Instance may not be entirely accurate. Therefore, It la recommended that prospective purchasers, If possible, check structures prior to submitting offers as offers are accepted on the understanding that such offers are made on an "as is" basis. Should further Information be required, Inquiries on structures should be made to Track and Roadway Engineer, CN at Saskatoon, or Mr. P. Hannesson, Winnipeg, Man., Phone 946-25l7.Flve percent Manitoba Revenue Salas Tax l we tend on all structures told In Manitoba except loading platforms. Five percent Saskatchewan E & H Tax assessed on all structures sold In Saskatchewan except loading platforms. If bidding on more than one facility, please submit separate offer for each also give description of facility as shown above to avoid confusion. Highest, lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Deposits not required with offers. Bidders name and postal address must be clearly printed on each tender. E.,N. Belles Manager Purchases k Materials TENDER CITY OF SASKATOON CENTRAL REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE FACILITY SASKATOON, SASKATCHEWAN Sealed tenders marked for the above protect win be received by the Purchasing Agent City Hall, Sartte-toon, Saskatchewan until 2:00 p.m. C.S.T., Tnursday. October 27. 1977 end will be opened In public immediately thereafter. Tender Documents may be obtained from the Purchasing Agent at the City Hall, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan on or after 11:00 a.m October 7, 1977 on a deposit of $100.00 for each sat of plana and specifications. This will be refunded on return of the plan and specifications In good condition within seven (7) day after w opening date. Plans and specifications may also be viewed at the Saskatoon and Regina Construction Associations, and Southern Building Reports. Sub-trad contractors shall mediate tender In accordance with tha regulations of the Saskatchewan Bid Depository with the Saskatoon Bid De-pository not later than 2:00 p.m. C.S.T., Tuesday, October 21 1977. Tenders must be accompanied by a bid bond or certified cheque in the amount of ten percent (10) of the tender price. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. N. A. Waite Purchasing Agent 23 , PROPOSALS CENTRAL MORTGAGE AND -HOUSING CORPORATION- - SEALED PROPOSALS, plainly' marked as to content and addressed to the underelsned, will be recrtvgd up to 2:00 p.m C.S.T., Thursday, October 27, 1977, for the construction of five buildings of term -detached design foratotal of ten senior cttlan units at Rabbtt Lake, Saskatchewan sponsored by the Federal Government, Province of Seefcatchawan and the Village erf Rabbtt Lake. Plans and specifications and forms of proposal required can be obtained by prime contractors at the addrew shown below and are available for Inspection at Saskatoon, Prince Albert Regina, and Moose Jaw Con-: structlon Associations, at the Village Office In Rabbit Lake, and at C.M.H.C. offices in Saskatoon, Prince Albert, and Regina. A deposit of $10.00 Is required for each get Of plant, specifications and documents. This deposit Is forfeited If plans, 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 proposal must be accompanied by a 10 Bid Bond or by a security deposit of 10 of the proposal where the proporel does not exceed $250,000.00, plus 5 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 Mre talned 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 M accepted as security deposit unless other forms of security are authorized. All cheques must M made payable to the order of "Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation." The lowest or any proposal not necessarily accepted. G. R. Day, Manager Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation P.O. Box 1107 233 - 4th Avenue North J Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 3N2 . ' I TENDER C.D.O. BUILDING EXTENSION - DUCK LAKE Sea led tenders will M received up to 2:00 P.M., C.S.T., Wednesday, October 26, 1977, In the office of the Chief Engineer, SASK TEL, 2350 Albert Street, Regina, Saskatchewan, at which time tender will M publicly opened. This protect covers the construction ofai2'x33' wood frame, metal-clad addition to the Duck Lake C.D.O. Building. Plans, specifications and tender forma may M obtained from the office of the Chief Engineer on deposit of Twenty-Five Dollars ($25.00) by cheque which will be refundable on return of the plans and specifications In good order. , General Contractors shall accompany their tender with a certified cheque or Bid Bond In tha amount of I0oftenderprlca. A Performance, Labour and Material Payment Bond as per specifications shall M required from the successful bidder. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Mr. P. Van Vllet Chief Engineer Saskatchewan Telecommunications 2350 Albert Street Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 2Y4 , PROPOSALS CENTRAL MORTGAGE AND HOUSING CORPORATION SEALED PROPOSALS, pfalnly marked as to content and addressed to the undersigned, will be received up to 2:00 p m.. C.S.T., Thoraday, October 2?, 1977, for the construction of ten buildings of semi-detached design for a total of twenty senior citizen units at Maidstone, Saskatchewan, sponsored by the Federal Government, Province of Saskatchewan and the Town -of Maidstone. Plans end specifications and forms of proposal required can be obtained by prime contractors at tha address shown below and are available for inspection at Saskatoon, Prince Albert, Regina, and Moose Jaw Construction Associations, attneTown Hall In Maidstone, end at C.M.H.C. offices in Saskatoon. Prince Albert and Regina. A deposit of $10.00 is required for each set of plans, specifications and documents. This deposit Is forfeited If plans, specifications and documents are not received at this office Intact and In good condition en or before the tenth day following the date of contract award. Each proposal must ta accompanied by a 10 Bid Bond or by a security deposit of 1 of the proposal where the proposal dees not exceed $250,000.00, plus 5 of tlw amount by which the proposal read $250,000. The maximum amount of security required with any one proposal la $100,000. Such security deposit shall be retained by Central Mortgage and Hourtnt Corporation to ensure doe performance of the contract. Cash, a certified cheque, bearer or negotiable Dominion of Canada bonds will ta accepted as security deposit unjess other forms of security are authorized. All cheques must be made payable to tne order of "Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation." Tha lowest or any proposal not necessarily accepted. G. R. Day, Manager Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation P.O. Box 1107 233 4th Avenue North Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K3N2

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