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D11 Friday, February 15, 1980 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Star-Phoonix Tenders Notices Deaths Memorial Society Personal 14 Personal Services 15 iCwittmwfl (Conimutil (Continuedl ICoiWnutd) (Cdntmunfl HUCKABAY The passing of Mr. SWINGTIME NEWS, picture ads. BOSCO SOCIETY accepts memo NOTKFTO tkt DIIOKS SHUT-INS HAVE your hair done professionally In your own 4ioine. 6S44V Classified Index Phone 653-2100 Buying, Selling, Renting, Trading, READ and USE Classified Ads. DO IT DAILY! SUB TKAOt UNDLKS I ur conHrui lion o( SHC, 8 3 til room knii detained ni lit In WitrouK.
lenders will he rereSved bv Hif undersigned until 4:00 p.m., lumlMV. 1 1 itB0. Basement tiuh Moor li timing roofing plumbing el1 tl llll SlUlllH KlUHO Iiikultitlon drywalling painting jllllM'IK low Inn tvramic tile i finishing I landscaping I owest or uny lender not necessar- II accepted. Granada Monies Ltd. Box3Pti.94t-2!M VMtrous, Sink.
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$4 pel copy or free details. CY Club, P.O Box 54 to. New Westminster, u.i. V3L5B6. THUNDERBIRD TRAVEL Offers Dninmili2fid courteous travel ser uira hu nvnarti In tha nflustrv.
ror your travel requirements please call on us first at Thunderblrd 1 rawl fcnil Knarilna rnw t-mt iJ4t- katoonl Ph. 664-2722, out ot town call 1-800-667-8711. carry a alnmorous line of ele gant, sensuous lingerie. For 16-pnge catalog, send $2.00 (deductible from yourflrst order) to: FARRA products Box 6173-S, Station Calgary. Alberta T2P2C8 m3 Wedding receptions, Banquets, Con ventions, Dances Eight Banquet Halls of various sizes to accommodate you for up to 400 persons.
Call our sales office SANDS HOTEL 665-6500 m3 WELCOME WAGON bridal show Holiday Inn Wed. Feb. 27, 1980. Phone 374 0671, 374-7986. Wit 1 HAIll nnvlhlno at reaa.
rates, clean up etc. 384-2410. m9 FACED WITH A DRINKING PROBLEM? ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 311 2203rd. Ave. South.
Phone 665-6727 anytime. V5 Personal Services IS ACC. AND INCOME TAX, low rates, evenings only 664-3343, m3 ACCOUNTING. INCLUDING finan cial statements and tax returns filed. Small and or large accounts welcome.
652-9298, 652-1387. m2 irrni iklTlwr. nnwp In mv hnrriA T4s, Individual Income tax, monthly books to financial statements. $6 an hour. 373-7530.
m6 AFTER BREAST SURGERY The COMPANION PROSTHESIS Information, 374-9707. Saskatoon m4 INCOME TAX All types of Income Tax. Mobile I Accounting Services, 24-1501 8th St. East, Saskatoon. Phone 373-0102, Mon.
through 9 a.m. 8 p.m., and 9a.m. m6 BASIC ACADEMI subjects. Tutor ing. Phone 343-0885.
m3 am way products come to you oausiaiiuii euoi yuui imuii-y I back. 382-5939 between 5 7 pm. m9 FLAMAN INVESTIGATION and Security Agency Ltd. Uniformed guards armed guards Specializing In divorce evidence child custody Box 362, Saskatoon, 343-8979 v0 KING TOWING BOOSTING SERVICES PH: 374-0929 m3 CLEANING JANITORIAL service. Professional services, reasonable rates.
Phone O.S. 382-9281. m6 UPHOLSTERY PROFESSIONAL WORKMANSHIP Commercial or Residential. Free est. Pick-up delivery.
242-0807. m7 DEL-BAR CLEANING for all your household, apartment and office! cleaning. Also specializing In carpet I cleaning. Call evenings 373-8857. mio I Dvcks Bookkeeping Service All types of income tax Reasonable rates Merv 382-2808.
rn3 INCOME TAX ExDerienced tax accountant. Rea-1 sonable rates. Will pick up and! deliver. John Papove 343-9829 m3 EXPERIENCED RELIABLE sec retary will do typing in my home. 242-4845.
EXPERIENCED PAINTERS. Winter rates $65 per room Includes I filling, sanding, material and first I grade paint. Also closet and trlml included. Spratex ceilings extra. 665-6306.
m7 EXPERT TYPING on IBM Selec- trlc. Reas. Greystone. 374-2805. m7 1 FOR GARBAGE pick-up, hauling I junk refuse phone HAWAII WAK1KI Condo Daily, weekly or monthly 652-4104, office hours only.
mO IMMEDIATE Business' personal typing. Ivesl Temporary Services, 301-219 22nd I St. East, 652-9905. m6 I GO CANADIAN! Income Tax returns for Individuals! and small business. Phone 384-2631.
INCOME TAX navroll and account ing. Reasonable rates. Maxine God- frey. 343-1320. mipl INCOME TAX SERVICESprovidedl at a reasonable rate.
Will pick-up if I necessary. Call 244-4054. m4. 1 INCOME TAX and payroll done. 401 Ave.
D. South. 244-8245. m3 OVERWEIGHT? Would you like professional help to I lose those extra pounds? Call a die- tetian at 374-9378 or 244-2612. Behavioral Weight Control m6 1 ENGINEERED ROBOTICS Implementations of Canada Inc.
"THE SORCERER" Personal Computer for Home- Business 25-158 2nd Ave. North. Phone 373-6929. York Bldg. (Under White Cross Drugs).
mio DRYCLEANING PICKUP DELIVERY 244-5792 ON-THE-SPOT CLEANERS m3 i Ilhert Harlow Hucknbav, age 49 year of 1515 Central Avenue, Sas katoon occurred In a local hospital on Monday, February 11th, 1980. ne Funeral service will ue held on Saturday, February 16th at 3:30 p.m. conducted by Rev. W. Wood rom Park funeral Chapel, 311 Third Avenue North.
Courtesy park ing north of the Chapel. Surviving are: his loving wife, title, his mother: Mrs. Kiitherlne Huckabay of Saskatoon, two step daughters: Mrs. Wayne (Arlene) Bard of Cal gary, Alta. and Mrs.
John (Myrna) Kempel of Saskatoon, four step sons: Terry Belfour of Saskatoon, Gordon Belfour of Saskatoon, Rich ard Belfour of Pontrlllls, Sask. and Raymond Belfour of Saskatoon, fif teen step-grandchildren, two step-great-grandchildren, two sisters: Mrs. John (Martha) Dyck of Saskatoon and Mrs. Peter (Bonnie) Dvck of Aberdeen, Sask. and twelve nieces ana nepnews.
He was predeceased by his father, Mr. Gilbert Huckabay In 1966. The late Mr. Huckabay was bom at Aberdeen, Sask. andfarmed In thedlstrlct until 1966.
He then retired from farming and moved Into the town of Aberdeen until 1971 when he came to Saskatoon where he had since resided. In lieu of flowers Memorial Donations may be made to the Saskat chewan Heart Foundation, 440 second Avenue N. Saskatoon. S7K 2C3. Interment will take place In the family plot In Woodlawn Cemetery.
Arrangements are In care of Park Funeral Chapel. CONAN Paulhus Funeral Service of Shellbrook are entrusted with the Funeral Arrangements for the late Mr. Henry Conan age 87 of Blaine Lake who passed away In Saskatoon hospital on Friday, February 8th, 1980. Prayer Services were held on Monday, February 11th at 8:00 P.M. st.
Andrews Roman catholic Church. Funeral Mass was celebrated on Tuesday. February 12th at 2:00 P.M. in St. Thomas Roman Catholic Church, Rev.
Fr. EnreBt Forester Celebrant. Predeceased by four brothers: Louis, Leon, Frank and Felix and two sisters: Marie Oliver and Julia Lavole. Sur viving are: his wife, An (Bohon), 3 daughters Fern (Mrs -Lionel Gren ler) of Leovllle, Jean (Mrs. Ron Zoller) of Blaine Lake and Margaret (Mrs Glen jonnson) ot inompson.
10 grandchildren, 1 brother Joeof Orange, 1 sister Phllo- mene LeBlanc of Rawden, also numerous nieces and nephews. Born on Novemeber 2nd, 1892 In Cote du Nord, France he came to Canada In 1894 to the Duck Lake area with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jean Conan. In the early 1900's.
He moved to the Blaine Lake dist. where he took a homestead. In 1934 he married Ann Bohun. He retired from farming In 1976 and took resi dence in the town of Blaine Lake. Mr.
Conan was a long time member of the Sask. Wheat Pool. Interment In the Blaine Lake Cemetery. Pallbearers were: Donald Grenler, Dar ren Crenier, Neil Grenler, Eugene Grenler, Cameron Zoller, Brent Zoller. For the Prayer Services Mrs Marie De Geralamo played the organ.
At the Funeral Mass Mrs. Michele Hupaelo played the organ and rendered the solo The Lord's Mr. Henri Paulhus and Mr. Joe Chad assisted the Congra- tion with the hyms. Murray Talt, Henri Paulhus, and Bob Orleski -Directors.
Phone 747-2494 or River Park Limited, Prince Albert 764-2727. WHITE The passing of Mrs. Mag gie White age 82 years of Oliver Lodge, saskatoon occurred in a local hospital on Wednesday, Febru ary 13th, 1980. The Funeral Service will be held on Saturday, February 16th at conducted bv Rev N. Stewart Dingwall from Mayfalr united Church, 90233rd Street West, Saskatoon.
Surviving are: one son ur. Kussell MacDonald and wife Esther of Tlsdale: four grandchil dren: Tracy, Terrl, Angus and Blair; three step-daughters: Mrs. Keith (Edith) White of Nanaimo. B.C.: Mrs. Stan (Ethel) Craig and Mrs.
Phil (Doreen) Walker of Sas katoon; two step-sons: Allan White and Canon Clarence White of Saska toon. She was predeceased by her tirst husband Mr. H.N. (Holly) Mac Donald in 1951, her second husband Mr. Herbert W.
White in 1965 and one son Wayne K. MacDonald in 1973. The late Mrs. White was born in Oak Lake, Manitoba and in 1920 moved to Miniota, Manitoba. In 1927 sne moved to Saskatoon and has ived here since that time.
Mrs. White was a very active member of the Mayfair United Church and for a number of years worked at the Y.W.C.A. In lieu of flowers memo rial donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, 305-219 22nd Street East or the Saskat chewan Heart Foundation, 440 Sec ond Avenue North. Interment will take place in Woodlawn Cemetery lArrangements are in care of Park Funeral Chapel. PAETKAU The death of Mrs Helena Paetkau age 88 years of Rosthern, formerly of Saska toon and Hepburn, Sask.
occurred in hospital at Rosthern on February 14th, 1980. The Funeral Service wi be held on Tuesday, February 19th at 1:30 p.m. from the First Mennon ite Church at 418 Queen Street, Sas katoon. (Memorial donations to 'Gideon Memorial Bibles" will be appreciated in ieu of flowers.) Sur viving are: 2 daughters Mrs. David Adrian (Helen).
Abbotsford, B.C, and Betty Willms, Saskatoon; 4 sons jack and nis wite Adeline, Hepburn Frank and his wife Ella Stoney Creek, Ontario, John and his wife Kay, Fruitland, Ontario and Henry and his wife Verna, Hepburn also 16 grandchildren; a great grandson and 1 sister Mrs, Tena Jantzen, Rosthern. She was predeceased by her husband Jacob Paetkau in 1965. Mrs. Paetkau was born in Osterwlck, Russia. She came to Canada with her husband and family in 1923 to settle on a farm at Hepburn, Sask.
where shefarmed with her husband until retiring to reside in Saskatoon in 1951. For the past year and a half she had made her home at Rosthern. Mrs. Paetkau was a member of the First Men nonite Church and had taken an active part In the work of the church ladies organizations. Interment will take place in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens.
Funeral Service arrangements are In care of the Saskatoon Funeral Home. MOHR The passing of Miss Bertha Sophia Mohr age 81 years of 205 Clearwater Court. Saskatoon. Sask formerly of Asquith, Sask. occurred at her residence on Wednesday, i-eoruary i3tn, 1980.
The Funeral Service will be held on Saturday February 16th at 1p.m. conducted by Rev. Stewart Dingwall and Rev Mabel Brandow form Park Funeral Chapel, 311-3rd Avenue North. Cour tesy parking north of the Chapel Survivngare: one brother; Edmund (Ted) of Asquith; nieces; Marlorie Mohr Of Asauith and Helen Orilanrl or New Westminister, B.C.; neph ews: Robert of Hay River. N.
W.T and Jack of Regina, sisters-in-law, Mrs. Vera Mohr of Regina and Mrss uoioie Monr or uioyominister Alta She was predeceased bv he parents, her sister Alma, and bv her brothers; John, Hank. Claus. Ralph and Carl. The late Miss Mohr was born at Trenton, Nebraska and in 1902 moved to the Avondale district with her parents.
She moved Into Asquith in 1947 and she worked a number of years in the Asqui th Tele phone Office. She was a keen sports fan; particularly enloving baseball interment will take place in Wood lawn Cemetery. Arrangements are incareof Park Funeral Chapel. rial donations and legacies to estab I ah treatment centres for youngsters who are very suicidal Ighlv dellnqulnt or seriously addicted to drugs and alcohol. Man to 2915 Pasqua Regina, Sask S4S 2H4.
y6 Monuments In Saskatoon EMILY TABASNIUK FLORENCE MOOR 21033rd. St. East Phone 652-5363 FAMILY MEMORIAL ARTS LTD 1005-20TH ST. WEST Wllf Mlchavluk Days or evenings 652-2210 V6 Personal 14 At I CPWINr. r.raiine nan olitffi rirMSM Altnr ationsi hour service.
382-6550. ARE YOU PRECNANTT We can help both of you. Birthright 652-9991. BEER BOTTLES 40 cents doz. Pop Domes ana 16 cents eacn.
Min. i 11 in BIRTH CONTROL Information iui in, cai CANADA'S DAY of Prayer, Febru ary 17th. Family and Freedom, 339 Rldgeway, Ontario. DANCE FOR Single Parents and guests Friday, Feb. 15th at Army and Navy Hall.
Music by League of Nations DATING SERVICE. Call 653-2441 days. DIACHUK'S INVISIBLE mending Mon-Sat. 9-8pm. 244-6455.
V3 FOR WEDDING RECEPTIONS banquets, dancing. Accommodates 25-275. Marigold 664-3123. y1 FREE ESTIMATES. TV, radio repairs.
Mayfalr TV 653-5366. GOOD NEWS 384-0244 DIALA-DEVOTION-ANYTIME m3 ELECTION NOTHING TO VOTE FOR? WHOSE FAULT? THE SOCIALISTS? YOURS? BUILD A SOCIALIST FUTURE CONTACT SOCIALIST PARTY OF CANADA BOX4280AV8X3X8 GOOD NEWS (Famous) Niagara CycloMatic Beds now available In Saskatchewan Automatic elevation and-or mas sage for your legs, your head. For Improved circulation, comfort and rplaxatlnn "famous" built in Nia gara Cyclo Massage motors. For complete information, please write now. Box 281-A Star-Phoenix.
FLYAWAY WITH A TAN I Glveusa call to-day and we'll be pleased to tell you how you can get a winter tan using Saskatoon's only sun-tanning facilities. SUN BRONZE SALON 135 21ST STREET EAST 244-7744 TYPING IN my own home. $1.25 per page, carbon ribbon. 477-0419 mio MENOPAUSE. MEDICA Researcher would like to seek two woman who have encountered prob lems with the menopause or change of life.
All replies will be kept res trictly conf Idental. Phone (204) 772 7071 between 9-6. Please call collect. PSYCHIC READINGS: by mall or appointment. Write Arthur Psychic Research, Box 7994, Saskatoon.
m1tl RAWLEIGH DISTRIBUTORSHI available. Spices, flavors, persona care products, lewelery, etc 382-0048. ROSE MARKING DEVICES. 131B 20th St. West.
244-5885. Manufactui ers of rubber stamps, pocket stamps, self inking stamps. ms SENOI DREAM analysis. Six week group, Wednesday evenings. 9 30, $60.
To register, phone 665- 8008 Monday-Friday, SHAKLEE NATURAL Products Distributorships avail. 373-8744. m7 CHECK US NOW Single, widowed, separated divorced welcome Designed for companionship casual dating; matrimony correspondence Now in our 9th year of servicing you with proven success Large established, respectable membership throughout Saskatoon and Saskatchewan Free confidential Interview no obligation For your dating arrangements call: 665-1991 Or for further information or corre spondence mall coupon below to: BEA'S DATA-MATE 1582nd Ave. Saskatoon Or 1843 Broad Regina NAME ADDRESS TELEPHONE ACE INTRODUCTIONS CLUB Single, widowed, divorced unattached people all ages welcome. Meet someone compatible.
Why be alone? Free Introduction List Write Introductions Club, Box 153 Star-Phoenix. NAME ADDRESS. AGE TEL. NO SINGLES SOCIAL Bowling, Febru ary 24th. Phone Marge 373-3706 or Edna 382 5133.
SASK A LONE Social Club Valentines dance for members and guests (members free) will be held on Friday Febru ary 15. at Sutherland Hall Music by Frank Ball. In the mat ter of the Estate of ESKOVICH. lute of Sankatoon, In the Province of Saskatchewan, labourer, deceased. All claims against the above estate, verified by Statutory Declara tion, and wltn particulars and valuation of security held, If any, must be sent to the undersigned before eb- ruary 29.
1980. CO OPERATIVE TRUST COMPANY OF CANADA i.U-4th Ave. North Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 2M2 Administrator NOTICE TOCREDITORS In the matter of the Estate of Brunlc Paul Saunders, laleuf Saskatoon, in the Province of Saskatchewan, Retired, deceased. All claims against the above estate, duly verified by Statutory Declara tion, and with particulars and valua tion of security held, If any, must be sent to the undersigned before March 14, 1Mo. CO OPERATIVE TRUST COMPANY OF CANADA and.
Mary Elen Saunders, Co-executors 333-4th Avenue North Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 2M2 RATES SUBSCRIPTION RATES By carrier $1.00 per week collected bi weekly BY MAIL IN CANADA 1 year $75.00 1 month $9.00 Sat. Only yearly $20.00 BY MAIL IN U.S.A. FOREIGN Subscription rate per $69.00 Postage $176.00 Total $245.00 6 months $39.00 Postage $91.00 Total $130.00 3 months $19.50 Postage $45.50 Total $65.00 Saturday Only $19.00 Postage oiai KHJ.UU MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES IN SASKATCHEWAN 1 year $69.00 6 months $39.00 3 months $21.00 1 month $7.50 Sat. Only yearly $20.00 Deaths DAUGELA The passing of Mr. John Daugela age 77 years of 1106 33rd Street West, Saskatoon occurred In a Saskatoon Hospital on February 14th, 1980.
The Funeral Mass will be held on Tuesday Febru ary 19th at 10:30 a.m. from St. Michaels Roman Catholic Church conducted by Rev. D. O'Driscoll.
prayers will be said at St. Michaels Church on Monday evening at 7:30 p.m. Surviving are: his loving wife Margaret, two sons, George and Gary both of Vermillion, one daughter, Edith of Saskatoon, also five grandchildren, Darcy, Mark, uaria, John and Pam, a brother Vic tor residing in Lithuania, a cousin, Mrs. Annie Gerwing of Swanson. Sask.
Mr. Daugela was predeceased by five brothers In Lithuania. Mr. Daugela was born in Lithuania and came to Canada in 1926 to the Swan-son District. In 1942 he moved to the Saskatoon district where he farmed until his retirement to Saskatoon in 1977.
He was a member of St. Michaels Roman Catholic Parish. Interment will be made In the Roman Catholic Cemetery. Arrangements are in care of Wes- twood Funeral Chapel. APPLEBY- The death of Mrs.
Min- efta Appleby occurred in Kindersley Union Hospital on January 15th, 1980 after a brief Illness. She was born In Mlldmav, Ontario March 28th, 1897 and came to Plnkham in 1914. In 1916 she was married to Frank Appleby. They retired to Sas katoon in 1943 and she lived there until 1979 when she moved to Sunset Lodge. She was predeceased by her husband Frank in 1972, a son Floyd 1945 and a grandson Wavne in 1944.
Surviving are her daughter Florence (Mrs. John Swift) of Kim- berley, sons Ralph of Red Deer and Harold of Plnkham, eight grandchil dren, ten great grandchildren and a brother Ephraim Schwalm of Reg- ina. Funeral Services were con ducted from St. Paul's United Church by Rev. Jack Bray on Jan uary 17th and interment took place in Hinkham cemetery.
Pallbearers were grandsons Floyd and David Appleby, Ronald and Lloyd Swift, Art Bimson and Robert Lockwood. In lieu of flowers donations to Sunset Lodge were gratefully accepted. PRESTLEY The passing of Mr, Harold Prestley age 64 years of 2314 Cumberland Saskatoon occurred in a local hospital on Thursday, February 14th, 1980. A memorial service win oe neio on Monday, February 18th at 1:30 p.m. conducted by Rev.
R. J. (Bob) Thompson from Park Funeral Chapel, 311 Third Avenue North Courtesy parking north of the Chapel. Surviving are: loving wife Ruthe; two sons: Dick and wife Lynn of Saskatoon and Stacey and wife Susan of Saskatoon; two grand sons: Bret and Scott of Saskatoon, his father Mr. Hiram Prestlev of Mission, d.c; tnree sisters: Grace Prestley, Mrs.
Art (Alice) Maize ootn of British Columbia, and Mrs. Jack (Beverly) Greenstitt of Aus tralia; two brothers: Clyde and Roger both of British Columbia. Mr Prestley was predeceased by his mother Mrs. Anne Prestley In 1968. The late Mr.
Prestley was born at Crystal Hills, Saskatchewan and at an early age moved to Pitman Sask. were he received much of his education. He then lived in various points throughout Saskatchewan until settling in Regina in 1945. In 1958 he moved to Saskatoon and has lived here since that time. In lieu of flowers Memorial donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Soci ety, 305 219 22nd St.
Saskatoon, S7K 0G4. Cremation. Arrangements are In eye of Park Funeral Chapel STONEHAM The death of Mrs. Irene R. Stoneham age 76 years of 2E Latham Place, Saskatoon occurred in a local hospital on February 13th.
1980. The Funeral Ser vice will be held on Friday, February 15th at 2:00 p.m. from St. John's Anglican Cathedral con ducted bv The Rt. Rev.
D. A. Ford and the Very Rev. R. A.
Wood. (Cre mation following the service). Sur viving are: 1 son Michael Stoneham and his wife Olwen. Saskatoon grandchildren Grant, Fiona and Jennifer; also 1 sister Mrs. T.
A. Churcher (Violet) and 1 brother Reginald Evans both in England. A niece Miss Pauline Evans resides In Saskatoon. Born in England Mrs. Stoneham had her home in Ports mouth prior to coming to Canada In 1970 to reside In Saskatoon.
She was a member of St. John's Anglican catneoTai ana was a member of St Andrew Chapter of the A.CW. of the Cathedral. Funeral Service arrangements In care of the Saskatoon Funeral Home. ctciu etkiTAi Hourly and dally rates.
Free dellv- ery 244 boh mt TELEVISION ADJUSTMENTS. Reasonable. 6M 10 mio. T1T1I TVDIkir. t-irvlrM I trt 3 type styles, copying.
Across from University. 6M 8722. mio TREE, REFUSE and Junk removed. 343 0444. try WILL COORDINATE workshops and seminars.
Phone 343-0885. m3 WILL DO typing and sewing at home. Terrl. 384-i072. nrt WILL DO some clothing repairs.
Reasonable. Phone 244-75i6. will PREPARE personal Income tax returns, cheap. $2 minimum charge. 384-3610 mti WRITE FOR Catalog of 48 calcultor programs.
Math, engineering, other disciplines. Box 67, Osier. Sask. YOUR ENTIRE wedding day In color from the Bride and her parents In the morning to the last dance at night. $150.
Provides 60-80 photos In holders. Phone 374-5064 days, or 373-3973 evenings and weekends, Vj TON AND DRIVER availablefor light moving and deliveries. 382-3478. n4 Lost Found 16 CONFEDERATION PARK. Small female Tabby cat, grey with regular black stripes green eyes and white chin.
Reward. Call 382 8632. FOUND SMALL wiry haired ginger colored dog, obviously a house pet, dark edges around pointed ears. 232-5004. LOST IN Caswell Hill 7 year old black dog.
3 ft. tall with white paws. Answers to Reward. 653-1055. LOST ON Grosvenor Avenue 16 year old female cat.
Brown and grey, drooping left ear, yellow patch on left hind foot. Very thin. 374-3302. dp WAR FOR return burgundy shoulder purse and contents lost Friday, Bar-K. 384-2730 after 5.
Investments -28 $10,000 DOWN realty investment creative different what have you Ross 653-0535. Help Wanted 31 Extension Worker Required. A group of Saskatchewan organizations need an enthusiastic person to develop and carry out a province wide educational tour of art objects, created by an African co-operative. Applicants must be well organized and able to deal effectively wltn otner people, me salary will be approximately $1,200 monthly. For further details please write enclosing resume to: The Communications Credit Union Central, P.O.
Box 3030, Regina, Sask. S4P 3G8. Competition closes Feb. 29. 1980.
APARTMENT COMPLEX requires live-In caretaker. Mature responsible couple. Phone 384-1711. Success Suit! Printed Pattern IS) 20 911V Busy lady, you'll succeed in a suit this spring! One with a classic cardigan neckline that's a perfect frame for the blouse beneath. Note gored Skirt.
Printed Pattern 9111: Misses Sues 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18. 20. Size 12 (bust 34) suit 2 58 yds. blouse 2 yds. EnetoM $1.75 for Met) pattern caeh, cfieqiM or Money order.
Add 35 cants on each pattern ordered to cover coot of ft 'At claM mailing and handling. Please print plainly style number, alia, your name and artrtrw, and sand to: Marian Martin. dtocraW Opt; The 8tar-fhoantx. 1(H) Crockford Blvd; Scarborough, Ontario. MIR 584.
MORE clothes for LESS MONEY-it's still possible when you sew. Send now for our NEW SPRING-SUMMER PATTERN CATALOG. Oner 100 styles, free pattern coupon. Catalog. $1.
US-Pattkwgrk Quilts $1J0 129-QuKktajj Tramten.Jt.50 130-ScuttrvSi 131 Add i Block Quilts. ,.11.50 132-Quilt Originals $1.50 1 1 I ACREAGE INDUSTRIAL 141 ACREAGE (RURAL) 134 AGENTS 44 AIRCRAFT 7J ALL TERRAIN VEHICLES 17 ANTIQUES 53 ANTIQUE VEHICLES 71 ANNIVERSARIES 13 APARTMENT SLOCKS 181 ARTICLES FOR SALE 51 ARTICLES SI. AUTOS FOR SALE II AUTO REPAIRS ACCES 71 AUTO 4 TRUCK RENTALS 71 AUTOS I TRUCKS WANTE0 74, lASYSTTTMO-CHIlO CARE 31 SANDS 4 ORCHESTRAS 127 I.C.PROPERTIES 110 BICYCLES 4 MOTORCYCLES. 11 MAIMS 1 I0AR0 I ROOM FOR RENT 141 S0AR0 ROOM WANTED 150 BOATS 4 ACCESSORIES 12 BUSINESS COLLEGES 123 BUSINESS 113 BUILDINGS 135 CABINETS FURNITU RE 104 CAMPERS 4 TRAILERS S3 CAMPtNO EQUIPMENT SS CARD OF THANKS I CARPETS-FLOORING 109 CATERING 129 CEMENT-BRICK 101 CHAIN SAWS 138 CHIMNEY-FURNACES 100 CHRISTMAS TREES 41 COINS STAMPS 57 COMING EVENTS 19 COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES 188 CONDOMINIUMS 111 CONTRACTING-CARPENTERS 93 COTTAGES TO RENT 184 CREMATORIUMS 7 CUSTOM HARVESTING 145 DEATHS 2 DOMESTIC HELP WANTED 36 DRIVEWAYS 102 ELECTRICIANS-WELDERS 94 EMPLOYMENT WANTED 48 ENGEMENTS 12 EQUIPMENT RENTALS 179 EXCAVATING 103 FARM 137 FARM HELP WANTED 33 FARM LAND FOR RENT 133 FARM LAND FOR SALE 132 FARMS WANTED ,1 FEED 4 SEED 143 FINANCIAL 24 FINISHING 107 FIREPLACES 110 FIREWOOD 52 RSH FARMING 140 FLEA MARKET 55 FLORISTS-FLOWERS 81 FUNERALS 3 FUNERAL DIRECTORS 8 FURNITURE RENTALS 172 GARAGES 4 PARKING 70 GARDEN AND LAWN 62 GARDEN PRODUCE 63 GLASS 108 HAIRDRESSERS WANTED 39 HALL RENTALS 171 HELP WANTED r. 31 HOSSTES 4 CRAFTS 69 HOME 105 HORSE TRAILERS 142 HOSPITAL PERSONNEL 44 HOTELS-MOTELS 1B4 HOUSES FOR RENT FURN 159 HOUSES FOR RENT UNFURN 169 HOUSES FURN 4 UNFURN ....161 HOUSES FOR SALE 198 HOUSES WANTED-BUY w.196 HOUSES WANTED-RENT 182 MEMOMUN 4 WD.
LOTS-SALE-RENT 147 MD. MACHINERY 4 REPAIRS 148 INSTRUCTION 121 INSULATION 95 Deaths (Cutmuti) YEZOVITSKI Paulhus Funeral Service of Shellbrook are entrusted with the funeral arrangements for the Late Mr. Lewis Yezovitski, age 77 of Leask who passed away in a Prince Albert Hospital on Friday, February 8th, 1980. Prayer Services were held on Tuesday, February 12th at 8:00 pm in St. Henry's Roman Catholic Church, Leask.
Funeral Mass was celebrated on Wednesday, February 13th, at 10:00 am from the Leask Catholic Church. Rev. Fr. E. Forestler was the celebrant.
Predeceased by his wife Mary (Csordas) he is survived by 3 sisters and 1 brother, Ema (Mrs. Steve Matula) of Leask, Julie (Mrs. Norman Mackle) of Vancouver, Elizabeth (Mrs. Charles Harper) of Hainey, B.C. and George (Ester Barst) of Mission B.C.
Also several neices and grand neices and nephews. Born on August 22, 1902 In Hungary, Mr. Yezovitski came to Canada to the Leask Dlst. in 1922 where he farmed until 1975 when he retired to Leask, but still keeping an active Interest In the farm. Being an a rdent gardener he was noted for hi fine produce.
He also constructed and operated the Leask Bowling Alley for a number of years. Pallbearers were: Les Radics, Fred Valuck, FredToth, Byron Toth, Dan Schira and Ron Schira. For the Prayer Services Mrs. Elsie Jacobs played the organ and Joe Chad assisted with the singing. At the Funeral Mass Mrs.
Mary Stocker played the organ. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Valuck sang "What a Friend We Have In Jesus." Mr. Henri Paulhus led the congregational singing.
Interment In the Leask Cemetery. Murray Tait. Henri Paulhus and Bob Orleski directors. Phone 747-2494 or River Park Limited. Prince Albert, 764-2727.
Funerals BASSENDOWSKI The Funeral Mass for Diane Louise Bassen-dowski who died on Sunday, February 10th, 1980 was held from St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church on Thursday, February 14th at 10:00 a.m. concclebrated by Rev. Father V. Fix, Rev.
A. Grundahl. Pallbearers were: Bob North ey, Norman Piche, Don Bulbeck, Dale Loucks, Wyatt Meyers, Don Bassendowskl. Interment took place In Woodlawn Cemetery. Arrangements were In care of the Saskatoon Funeral Home.
DOWLING The Funeral Service of George Wesley Dowllng who died on Sunday, February 10th, 1980 was held from Chapel, Saskatoon Funeral Home on Thursday, February 14th at 1:30 p.m. conducted by Rev. Gary Redcllffe. Pallbearers were: Roy Willie, Hing Lee, George Glow. BoD Nase.
Jack Hay, Harry Moreton. Interment took place in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. JANITORIAL SERVICES 115 LANDSCAPING 104 LAWN MOWERS 67 LISTINGS WANTED 192 LIVESTOCK 4 ACCESSORIES 141 LOANS WANTED 26 LODGE NOTICES 18 IOST4FOUN0 16 LOTS FOR SALE 177 LUMBER 4 SUPPLIES 51 MEATS .,.,,.44 MEMORIAL 8 MOBILE HOMES 194 MONEY TO LOAN 25 MONUMENTS 9 MORTGAGES MOTORCYCLES 4 BICYCLES 81 MOTOR HOMES 84 MOVING 4 STORAGE 118 MUSICAL INSTRUCTION 125 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 126 NURSING HOMES 124 OFFICE HELP WANTE0 40 OUT OF TOWN PROPERTIES 179 PAINTING DECORATIONS 97 PART TIME HELP WANTED 37 PERSONAL 14 PERSONAL SERVICES 15 PETS 66 PHOTOGRAPHY 58 PLASTERINGUTUCCO 98 PLUMBING 4 HEATING 98 PARCEL POST 130 POULTRY 4 EGGS 144 PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ...131 PROF. 4 MANAGEMENT HELP 42 PROPERTY TO RENT 167 PROPERTY WANTED 174 RAFFLE WINNERS REMOVAL SERVICE 117, RENTAL AGENTS 168 RENTAL SERVICE 114 RESORTS 4 COTTAGES 181 RESTAURANT HELP 38 REPAIR SERVICE 116 R0OFING-EAVESTROUGHS 44 ROOMS FURNISHED 151 ROOMS UNFURNISHED 152 ROOMS FURN 4 UNFURN 153 ROOMS WANTED 154 SALES PERSONNEL 43 SECRETARIAL HELP WANTED 41 SEPTIC TANKS 111 SERVICE STATIONS 78 SHARPENING SERVICES 113 SKHNG EQUIPMENT 90 SNOWMOBILE 4 ACCES 89 SOUND EQUIPMENT 59 STABLES 139 STORES 4 OFFICES 190 STORES-OFFICES TO RENT 164 SUITES FURNISHED 155 SUITES UNFURNISHED 156 SUITES PARTIALLY FURN 157 SUITES WANTED 158 TAPED MUSIC i. 12S TEACHERS WANTED 47 TENTS-TARPAULINS 88 TOWING SERVICE 80 TRADE SCHOOLS 122 TRADES 4 CONST.
HALP 32 TRADES 4 PROFESSIONS 92 TRUCKS-BUSES FOR SALE 89 TRUCK REPAIRS 4 ACCESS 77 TV RENTALS 173 UPHOLSTERY 54 WANTED TO RENT 174 WAREHOUSE SPACE 188 WAREHOUSE SPACE TO RENT 165 WELL 0RILUNG 112 VANS 4 ACCESSORIES 70 VEHICLE STORAGE S3 Deaths (Continued) KROEGER The Funeral Service of John Fredrick Kroeger who died on Sunday, February 10th, 1980 was held from Lutheran Sunset Home Chapel on Thursday, February 14th conducted bv Rev. Gene Grant. Honorarv Pallbearers were: Fred Veriis, William Paetsch, Peter Frostad, Jens Rostad, Joe Hetland Francis Houdestad. Active Pall bearers were: W. Wagner, M.
Ferguson. R. Daurie. L. Nlssen, Gurnsey, M.
Danylluk. Interment took ace Wood awn Cemetery Arrangements were in care of the Saskatoon Funeral Home. In Memoriam DAUGHERTY In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grand father, Robert L. Daugherty, who passed away February 15, 1978. Memories are wonderful things, They last the longest day, i They never wear out, they never get loet, And can never be given away.
Lovingly remembered by Edith Freda and Bob. Funeral Directors WEST WOOD FUNERAL CHAPEL Rae J. Murdock Phone 653-3434 20th St. Ave. V3 SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME W.ARNOLD EDWARDS ROBERT F.
DAURIE Ph. 244-5577 338 4th Ave. PARK FUNERALCHAPEL Terry G. Michayliuk Donald Somers 311 3rd Ave. No.
Fhone 244-2103 McKACUE'S FUNERAL HOME ROBERT J. MCKAGUE DONALD A. NE WBIGGING Phone 664-3131 300 3rd Ave. V3 Crematoriums prairieview chXpel Memorial and Cremation Services Highway 11 South 242-7884 Box 2061 V7 TENDER BUILDING PACKACES The Northwest Territories Housing Corporation Invites tenders fur the supply of approximately 50 building pin kages for the 1980 Housing Program to F.O.B. points Hay River, N.W.T.; Churchill, Manitoba; and Montreal, P.Q.
Drawings and specifications will be available February 4. 11B0 for a deposit of $50.00 from either the Northwest Territories Housing Corporation, Yellowknlte. N.W.T., or Woolfenden Croup Architects 10735 111 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta. Bid Bonding Is required. Plans and specifications will be deposited for viewing at the office of the N.W.T.
Construction Associa-i tion, Hay River; Alberta Association, Edmonton, Winnipeg Construction Association, Toronto Construction Association, Quebec Construction Association, Montreal, P.Q. Sealed tenders addressed to: Managing Director N.W.T. Housing Corporation Box 1925 Vellowknlfe. N.W.T. (X1A2P6 4 Will be received until 4:00 p.m.
Local Time, March 3, 1980. Enquiries to be directed to Bruce MacDonald. Telephone Yellowkmfe (403) 873-7882, telex 034-4-5587; or Bill Hamilton, telephone (403) 483-1240, Edmonton. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. William H.
Duncan Manager Construction Development Division N.W.T. Housing Corporation INVITATION TOTENDER The Town of Watrous Is Inviting tenders until 4:30 p.m. on Monday, February 25, 1980 for the insulation of the ceilings in the Civic Centre, Fire Hall, Council Chambers, and Town Office. The total area to be done Is approximately 12,000 to 13,000 square feet. Materials shall be R20-6" Batts Fiberglass Insula tion held In place by metal mesh attached to existing beams.
For fur ther illustration as to how the above cei lings are to be insulated, contrac tors may view existing work that has been completed in the Watrous Library. Lowest or any tender not necessarl ly accepted. Submit tenders to: Town of Watrous Box 730 Watrous, Saskatchewan S0K 4T0 FOR SALE BYTENDER Lots 8 and 9, Block 15, Plan G.300 are being re-offered for sale by tender until February 25, 1980, 5:00 p.m. Thisproperty is located In the Retail Commercial zone at 516 Main Street, Klnderslev, Saskatchewan. On the property Is a frame 100' 40' bul Idlng with a full basement.
Highest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. Please mark envelope clearly and submit to: Town Administrator Town of Kindersley Box 1269 Kindersley, Saskatchewan SOL 1S0 FOR SALE BY TENDER Lot 19, Block 9, Plan C.9 Is being re-offered for sale by tender until February 25, 1980, 5:00 p.m. Thisproperty is located In the Retail Commercial zone at 114 2nd Ave-nue East, Kindersley, Saskatchewan. On the property is a frame 48' 20' building with a full basement. Highest or any tender will not necessarl ly be accepted.
Please mark envelope clearly and submit to: Town Administrator Town of Kindersley Box 1269 Kindersley, Saskatchewan S0L1S0 Notices BANKRUPTCY ACT In the matter of the bankruptcy of CARL GEORGE ANTHONY WOY DON, Building Manager, of the City of Saskatoon, In the Province of Saskatchewan. Notice is hereby given that CARL GEORGE ANTHONY WOYDON made an Assignment on the 12th day of February, 1980; and that the first meeting of creditors will be held on the 28th day of February, 1980, at 2:00 o'clock P.M. at the offices of Deloitte Haskins Sells Limited 6U0-229-4th Ave. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Claims agains the estate must be filed with the Trustee before dlstri bution Is made; otherwise the pro ceeds of the estate will be districted among the portion enti tied thereto-without regard to such claims.
Dated at Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, this 13th day of February, 1580. DELOITTE HASKINS SELLS LIMITED, TRUSTEE 600-229-4th Ave. SASKATOON, Saskatchewan. S7K4K3 G.A. Compain, Licensed Trustee NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the matter of the Estate of COLIN LEPAGE, late of Saskatoon in the Province of Saskatchewan Retired, deceased.
All claims against the above estate duly verified by Statutory Declara tion, and with particulars and valua tion of security held, if any, must be sent to the undersigned before Marcti7, 1980. CO OPERATIVE TRUST COMPANY OF CANADA Agents for Executrix, Marie Lepage 333 4th Avenue North Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 2M2 INCOME TAX and child credit! done. 401 Ave. D. South.
244-8245. m3 1 WILL PREPARE Income Tax. Marlene Harder, 652-4905. 1 MOVING reasonable Phone 242-1100 m3 The Problem Solvers Building, mechanical or malnte nance problems. New siding.
renov. etc. Junk hauling, yard basement cleanup. Useful articles disposed of. 244-7693 24 hrs.
m9 PROPERTY MANAGEMENT fori apartments, housing and commer cial property at 4 fee Including! detail monthly statement 343-1516. yi RUBBISH REMOVAL contact! Dave at 382-0175. SASKATOON LOST dog service. hr. service ph.
665-0087, 652 0847. m7 ALTERATIONS 1 HOUR! 24 Service from 8a.m. All types! of clothing. 382-6550. vj SEWING ALTERATIONS, 1 day service 653-4103.
m9 SEWING. EVENING and wedding gowns a specialty. 382-7560. mb.
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