Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada on December 20, 1978 · 49
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Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada · 49

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
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) I Wednesday, 'Dbtdrfiber 20, 1978 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Star-Phoenix 49 Deaths 2 Monuments S (Contiiwadl Personal Services 15 ICaalmail) Help Wanted 31 i (Caallnuadl 2 Star Phoenix Printed and published daily except Sundays and statutory holidays by Armadale Publishers Limited at the office of the STAR-PHOENIX, 204 Fifth Avenue North, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, S7K 2P1, Second Class Mail Registration Number 0098. Direct dial numbers tor Star-Phoenix General Number 652-9200 Editorial Number 664-8231 Circulation Number 664-8320 Classified 664-8271 or 653-2100 J.K. fitruther Executive Vice-President; James E. Petro Executive Editor; Ed Sebestyen Marketing Manager; Merv Carey Production Manager; fi.O. Thompson Advertising Manager; Jack Cook Managing Editor; Dick Ward Circulation Manager: Larry Slkoraki Accountant and Credit Manager. CLASSIFIED RATES CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Ph. 653-2100 CLASSIFIED WORD ADS Star-Phoenix Classified Ad Rates. Thirteen Cents Per Word Per Day. Six Consecutive Insertions for the Price of Five. Minimum Count of 12 words. Minimum Dally charge $1.56. 3-WAY FAMILY PLAN ADS 1 ad 6 days, $6.00 2 ads 3 days, $6.00 3 ads 2 days, $6.00 Limit 12 words NON REFUNDABLE Cancellations permitted. 3 way family plan ad must be placed during Initial call and phone numbers andor address must be the same on all advertisements. if COMMERCIAL WORD ADS Fourteen cents per word per day. Six consecutive insertions for the price of five. Minimum count of 12 words. Minimum daily charge $1.68. I r Classified Display is charged at $6.44 per single column Inch. Where 10 point or large type Is desired by the advertiser for the complete advertisement the rate per word Is 26 cents per day. Minimum count 12 words, minimum dally charge $3.12. Figures In groups of five or less, dollar marks, initial letters, etc. count as one word. Where one line is set In 10 pol nt and the balance set in ordl nary classified type the charge Is $1.38 per day for the 10 point line. Where the use of a box number is desired, count as four words extra. City or rural Star-Phoenix Box Numbers please add $2.25 extra to cover cost of handling and postage. While every endeavourwill be made to forward replies to box numbers to the advertiser as soon as possible, we accept no liability In respect of loss or damage alleged to rise through either failure or delay in forwarding such replies however caused whether by negligence or otherwise. City advertisers must pick up box replies at the Star-Phoenix office. The Star-Phoenix assumes no responsibility for error after the first insertion. Semi-Displays Accepted 8:00 a.m. to 12 noon dally Monday to Friday for publication following day (except holidays). NOTICES Death and Funeral Notices $6.00 for first 125 words. Each additional word, 13 cents. Births, Marriages, In Memoriams, Engagements, Card of Thanks, $4.00 first 50 words. Each additional word 13 cents per word. Word Ads Accepted Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. for following publication. 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 :30 a.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 Insertions desired. SUBSCRIPTION RATES , By carrier $1.00 per week collected pi-weekly BY MAIL IN CANADA1 year $66.00 Notices and Tenders on Page 41 HAMILTON The dealh of Harvey Hamilton, of 647 Highlands tie scent, Saskatoon, formerly of 25UJ Broadway Avenue, occurred In a local hospital on December IHIh, 108. Prayers will be offoied In SI. Josephs Roman Catholic Church at 8; 10 p.m Wednesday evening. The Funeral Mass will be celebrated on Thursday, December 21st, at 10: 111 a.m. In St. Josephs Roman Catholic Church, 8th Street and Broadway Avenue. Celehrant of the Mass will be Rev. A. shahun. Surviving ate three daughters, Mrs. Edward (Carolyn) Hlllestad, Mrs. Robert (Donna) Speldel, and Mrs. Harold (Starr) Hatdlng, all of Saskatoon, three grandchildren, Tracy, Craig, and Sheri, three sisters, Mrs. S.L. (Edna) Bird, of Hull (Juebec, Mrs. J.P. (Olive) Cotton, of Calgary, Alberta, and Mrs. O F, (Noruh) Bruce, of Regina, Sask., three brothers, Clarence Hamilton, of Saskatoon, Raymond Hamilton, of Regina, and Earl Hamilton, of Calgary, Alfa. Mr. Hamilton was predeceased by his wile, Peart Hamilton, on March 6th, 198, and two brothers, Harold und Ross. Mr. Hamilton was born In Creenbank, Ontario. He has been a resident ol Saskatoon since 1923 and operated the Exhibition Grocery and Confectionery on Lome Avenue from 1940 until 1965. He was as active member of the Nutana Curling Club and a .member of the Nutana Riding Club and Quarter Horse Association. The family would appreciate donations to the Heart Fund, or the Cancer Society rather than floral tributes. Interment will be made In the Roman Catholic Cemetery. McKa-Hue s Funeral Home will be In charge of arrangements, MACILL Thepasslngof Mr. Alexander (Sandy) Mnglll age 61 years of 1207 - 11th Street West, Saskatoon occurred In a local hospital on Tuesday, December 19th, 1978. The Funeral Service will be held on Friday, December 22nd at 1:30 p.m. conducted by Rev. D. Elton Adams from Park Funeral Chapel, 311 Third Avenue North. Courtesy parking north of the Chapel. Surviving are: one daughter: Mrs. David (Donna) Mason of Edmonton, Alta.; one son: Denis and his wife Ann of Red Deer, Alta.; six grandchildren; two sisters; Mrs. Agnes Williams of Saskatoon and Mrs. Lillian Stephens of Lantzvllle, B.C. and one brother: Matthew (Mickey) of Saskatoon. He was prdeceased by his wife, Mabel, In 197b, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Magill and by one brother, James. The late Mr. Magill was born and raised in Saskatoon and had resided here all his life. He was a member of St. David s United Church and had served overseas during the Second World War from 1942 until 1946, with the Prince Albert Volunteers. Friends who wish may make Memorial donations to the Saskatchewan Heart Foundation, 440 Second Avenue North, Saskatoon, S7K 2C3 or to the Canadian Cancer Society, 305 219 22nd Street East, Saskatoon, S7K 0G5. Interment will takeplace In the family plot In Woodlawn Cemetery. Arrangements are in care of Park Funeral Chapel. WILLIAMS The death of Alex ander F. Williams, age 64 years of No. 7 2617 7th Street. East, Saskatoon occurred In a local hospital on December 19th, 1978. Prayers will be offered in the Chapel of McKa-gue's Funeral Home at 8:30 p.m. on Thursday evening. The Funeral Mass will be celebrated on Friday, December 22nd, 1978 at 10:30a.m. in St. Philip Nerl Roman Catholic Church, Munroe Avenue and T aylor Street. Celebrant of the Mass will be Rev. R. Kleiter. Surviving are; his wife, Catherine, three sisters, Mrs. Kay Gault, and Mrs. Theresa Myers both of Saskatoon, and Miss Agnes Williams of Prince Albert, and two brothers, M. A. Williams of Rosth-ern and J. T. Williams of New Westminster, B.C. Mr. Williams was born in Rosthern, Saskatchewan and received his education there. He was employed with Westeel Rosco in Saskatoon for 25 years and for the past 5 years worked at the University of Saskatchewan. Mr. Williams served in Canada in World WarTwo, and was a member of the Royal Canadian Legion, Saskatoon Branch No. 63. Interment will be made in the Roman Catholic secilon of Woodlawn Cemetery. McKague's Funeral Home will be In charge ol arrangements. LOEHNDORF Thedeath of Sister Margaret Loehndorf O.s.U. of the Ursullne Convent, Bruno, Sask. occurred at University Hospital on December 8th, 1978. She was 79 years. Born in Erie, Germany she came to Canada with her parents in 1906. She was Invested intotheUrsu-llne Order In September 5th, 1918 at Maryburg, Sask. She took her Final Vows on Sept. 4th, 1923 and celebrated her Diamond Jubilee at Bruno on September 5th, 1978. She is survived by 5 brothers, Paul, August and Leonard Leohndorf of Saskatoon, Bruno of Spiritwood and Albert of Keremoes, B.C.; two sisters, Mrs. Tlllle Boechler and Mrs. Rose Hardy of Saskatoon. Sr. Margaret was predeceased by her parents and by two brothers. Funeral Services were held from the Chapel of the Ursullne Convent, Bruno, Sask. Tuesday December 12th at 2:30 p.m. Interment was in the Convent Cemetery at Bruno, Sask. Mass was concelebrated by Father Albert, Father Martin, Father Roman and Father Daniel O.S.B. Scharf's Funeral Home of Humboldt were in care of all arrangements. Pallbearers were: Al Boechler, Roman, Ronnie, Dan, and Teddy Loehndorf and Michael Fleury. MEYERS The death of Ludwlna Anne Meyers of Humboldt, Sask. occurred on December 13th, 1978 at the age of 83 years. Born In Des-Moine, Iowa, she came with her Parents to the Middle Lake, Sask. district in 1907. In 1919 she married Joseph Meyers and they farmed in the Middle Lake district until retiring into the town of Humboldt in 1957. Mrs. Meyers is survived by 10 children: George of Kinistlno. Henry of Saskatoon, Jake of Sault Ste. Marie, Lawrence and Jim of Middle Lake; Mrs. Rose Dobmeier of Pilger, Mrs. Catherine Dobmeier of Humboldt, Mrs. Loretta Dunne of Sinnett, Mrs. Sophie Irlbeck of Lake tenore, Sask. "and Mrs. Pauline Doell of Brandon, Manitoba. Funeral Services were held from Canadian Martyrs Roman Catholic Church Middle Lake on Saturday December 16th, 1978 at 2:00 p.m. with Father Werner O.S.B. the celebrant. Interment at Middle Lake. Sask. Scharf's Funeral Home of Humboldt in care of all arrangements. Pallbearers were: George, Henry and Jake Meyers, Lawrence and Jim Meyers and Marlin Dobmeier. MOFFAT The Death of David Moffat age 34 years occurred peacefully In Grande Prairie General Hospital, Alberta on Dec. 17lh, 1978. David spent his boyhood In various Saskatchewan communities and moved to British Columbia In 1964 at the age of 20. He took training as a teacher at Simon Fraser University and the University of Alberta. David and Shirley were married In 1968 in Edmonton. He taught at La Crete and Grovedale. Alberta. David leaves to mourn his passing, his beloved wife Shirley Moffat (nee Phoman.) his parents, one sister Betty Anne Arvre. three brothers. Dale, Bruce and Brian. In lieu of flowers donations are requested to Evangel Assembly Team Lhal lenge, Grande Prairie. Alberta m Classified Index Phone 653-2100 or 664-8271 Buying. Soiling, Renting, Trading, READ and USE Classified Ads. DO IT DAILY! ACREAGE INDUSTRIAL . . 148 ACRf AGE (HUHAL) 134 AGENTS 44 AIRCRAFT 73 AU TERRAIN VEHICLES 87 ANTIQUES 63 ANTIQUE VEHICLES 71 ANNIVERSARIES 13 APARTMENT BLOCKS 189 ARTICLES FOR SALE 50 ARTICLES WANTED 56 AUCTIONS 52 AUTOS FOR SALE 68 AUTO REPAIRS 6 ACCES 76 AUTO 8 TRUCK RENTALS 75 AUTOS I TRUCKS WANTE0 74 BABYSITTING CHILD CARE 36 BANDS 6 ORCHESTRAS 127 8 C. PROPERTIES 180 BICYCLES 6 MOTORCYCLES 81 BIRTHS 1 B0AR0 6 ROOM FOR RENT 149 B0AR0 8 ROOM WANTtD 150 80ATS 8 ACCESSORIES 82 BUSINESS COLLEGES 123 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 183 BUILDINGS 135 CABINETS-FURNITURE 106 CAMPERS 8 TRAILERS 85 CAMPING EQUIPMENT 86 CARO OF THANKS 5 CARPETS-FL00RING 109 CATERING 129 CEMENT-BRICK 101 CHAIN SAWS 138 CHIMNEY-FURNACES , . .100 CHRISTMAS TREES 49 COINS 8 STAMPS :... 57 COMING EVENTS ' 19 COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES 186 CONDOMINIUMS 191 CONTRACTING-CARPENTERS .."... 93 COTTAGES TO RENT 166 CREMATORIUMS 7 CUSTOM HARVESTING 145 DEATHS 2 DOMESTIC HELP WANTED. .35 DRIVEWAYS 102 ELECTRICIANS-WELDERS . 94 EMPLOYMENT WANTED 48 ENGAGEMENTS 12 EQUIPMENT RENTALS 170 EXCAVATING 103 FARM EQUIPMENT 137 FARM HELP WANTED 33 FARM LAND FOR RENT 133 FARM LAND FOR SALE 132 FARMS WANTED 136 FEED 8 SEED ' . .143 FINANCIAL .24 FINISHING 107 FIREPLACES 110 FISH FARMING .... 140 FLEA MARKET . . . ... 55 FL0HISTS-FL0WERS ... 61 FUNERALS 3 FUNERAL DIRECTORS 6 FURNISHINGS 54 FURNITURE RENTALS . . .172 GARAGES 8 PARKING . . . . 79 GARDEN AfiO LAWN 62 GARDEN PRODUCE 63 GLASS 108 HAIRDRESSERS WANTE0 ... . 39 HALL RENTALS 171 HELP WANTED 31 HOBBIES 8 CRAFTS 60 HOME IMPROVEMENTS 105 HORSE TRAILERS 142 HOSPITAL PFRS0NNEL 46 H0TELS-M0TEIS 184 HOUSES FOR RENT FURN . .. .159 HOUSES FOR RENT UNFURN . . .160 HOUSES FURN 8 UNFURN 161 HOUSES FOR SALE 196 HOUSES WANTED-BUY 195 HOUSES WANTED-RENT 162 IN MEM0RIUM 4 IN0. L0TS-SALE RENT 147 IND. MACHINERY 8 REPAIRS . .146 Funerals CLARK The Funeral Service of Mrs. Laura V. Clark, who died on December 15th was held from the Chapel of McKagues Funeral Homeon December 19th at 3:30 p.m. conducted by Rev. G. Grant. Pallbearers were: her three grandsons, Murray Fox, Blain Fox, Don Fox and Ted McPherson, Flarry Clark, Jim Clark. Interment was made in the Woodlawn Cemetery. COCFIET The Funeral Mass for Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Cochet, who died on December 15th, 1978 was held from St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church on December 19th at 12 00 noon celebrated by Rev. Father D. O'Driscoll. Pallbearers were: Clarence Neault, Norman Neault, Maurice Neault, Lawrence Vey, Donald Svendson, Dale Cochet. The Committal Service took placeat 3: 30 p.m. at the family plot In Prince Albert Memorial Gardens conducted by Rev. Father William Timmermans. Arrangements were in care of Park Funeral Chapel. FINN The Funeral Service of Mrs. Flora (Florence) Finn who died on December 14th, 1978 was held from St. Josephs Roman Catholic Church on December 19th at 10:nn a.m. conducted by Rev. A. Pich. Honorary Pallbearers were: R. Wilson, E. Olorenshaw, B. Hadley, H. Mawson, I. Fisher, L. Ziegler, E. Hass, J. Willms. Active Pallbearers were: Donald Torgu-son, Elmer Wunsch, Monty Murphy, Warren Summerfeld. Gordon Wilson, Alvin Lamabe. Interment was made in the Roman Catholic Cemetery. McKague s Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. In Memoriam 4 GAUTHIER-ln memory of Lawrence Gauthier, passed away Dec. 20th, 1977. Always remembered by Daughter, Darla. I WfcSTMAN In loving memory of I our dear Dad and Grandad. George, who passed away so suddenly Dec. j 19, 1977, One long and lonely year has passed. Since our great sorrow fell. The shock that we received that day No one can ever tell. Its sad for us to walk the road alone Without you by our side. For the ones who loved you dearly Are the ones who won't forget. You bade no one a last I farewell You said goodbye to none. ! A dear heart had ceased to beat And suddenly you were gone. Lovingly remembered and sadly I missed by vour daughter Mona and j my family Randi. Dana and his wife j Lynn. Laurel and Scott Lewis. INSTRUCTION 121 INSULATION 95 INSURANCE 27 INVESTIGATION SECUIUTjr 120 INVESTMENTS 26 INVESTMENT PROPERTIES ... .165 JANITORIAL SERVICES 115 LANDSCAPING 104 LAWN MOWERS 87 LISTINGS WANTED 192 LIVESTOCK 8 ACCESSORIES 141 LOANS WANTED 28 LOOGE NOTICES 18 LOST 8 F0UN0 16 LOTS FOR SALE 17? LUMBER 8 SUPPLIES 51 MEATS 64 MEMORIAL SOCIETY 8 MOBILE HOMES 194 MONEY TO LOAN 25 MONUMENTS 9 MORTGAGES 193 MOTORCYCLES 8 BICYCLES 81 MOTOR HOMES 84 MOVING 8 STORAGE 118 MUSICAL INSTRUCTION 125 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 126 NURSING HOMES 124 OFFICE HELP WANTED 40 OUT OF TOWN PROPERTIES 179 PAINTING-DECORATIONS 97 PART TIME HELP WANTED 37 PERSONAL 14 PERSONAL SERVICES 15 PETS 66 PHOTOGRAPHY 58 PLASTERING-STUCCO 98 PLUMBING 8 HEATING 98 PARCEL POST 130 POULTRY 8 EGGS 144 PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY .. .131 PROF. 8 MANAGEMENT HELP . . .42 PROPERTY TO RENT 167 PROPERTY WANTED 178 RAFFLE WINNERS 17 REMOVAL SERVICE 117 PENTAL AGENTS 168 RENTAL SERVICE 114 RESORTS 8 COTTAGES 181 RESTAURANT HELP 38 REPAIR SERVICE 116 R00FING-EAVESTR0UGHS 99 ROOMS FURNISHED , . .151 ROOMS UNFURNISHED 152 ROOMS FURN 8 UNFURN 153 ROOMS WANTED .154 SALES PERSONNEL ... 43 SECRETARIAL HELP WANTED . 41 SEPTIC TANKS Ill SERVICE STATIONS 78 SHARPENING SERVICES 113 SKIING EOUIPMENT 90 SNOWMOBILE 8 ACCES ... . 89 SOUND EQUIPMENT 59 STABLES 139 STORES 8 OFFICES 190 ST0RES-0FFICES TO RENT . ... 164 SUITES FURNISHED 155 SUITES UNFURNISHED . . .156 SUITES PARTIALLY FURN ... 157 SUITES WANTED 158 TAPED MUSIC 128 TEACHERS WANTED 47 TENTS-TARPAUUNS 88 TOWING SERVICE 80 TRADE SCHOOLS 122 TRADES 8 CONST. HELP ... 32 TRADES 8 PROFESSIONS 92 TRUCKS BUSES F0H SALE . . 69 TRUCK REPAIRS 8 ACCESS . . .77 TV RENTALS 173 WANTED TO RENT 174 WAREHOUSE SPACE . .. .188 WAREHOUSE SPACE TO RENT . . 165 WELL DRILLING 112 VANS 8 ACCESSORIES 70 VEHICLE STORAGE 83 Card ol Thanks WE WOULD like to exprebs our sincere thanks and gratitude toall doctors, nurses and staff on 2nd floor A & B Wing Recovery Room University Hospital. Your care, kindness and consideration given our son Gregory, will always be cherished. Mr. & Mrs. Joe Dayne & Carla. Hod-geville, bask. Funeral Directors 6 WESTWOOD FUNERAL CHAPEL Rae J. Murdock Phone 653-3434 2Uth St. Si Ave. N V3 SASKATOON FUNERALHOME W. ARNOLD EDWARDS ROBERT F. DAURIE Ph. 244-5577 338 4th Ave. N. V9 PRINCE ALBERT FUNERALHOME T.W. Yakubchuk C.A. Page Y .A. Menard L.M. Bodnar PHONE 1-763 6444 25 1 1th St. East Vi PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL Terry C. Micbayliuk Donald Somers 311 3rd Ave. No. Phone 244-2103. - V 9 McKACUE'S FUNERALHOME R.J. McKague D A. Newbigging Memorial and Cremation Services also available Phone 604- 3131 too 3rd Ave. s. Yl Crematoriums 7 PRAIRIE VIEW CHAPEL Memorial and Cremation Services Highway 11 South .142 7884 Box 20b1 i 1 Monuments 9 1 FAMILY MfcMORIAI ARTbLID 1005-AlTHM VSfcST Wilf Michuvluk H labney t)4ivs or evenings bSJ 22 to EMILY TAUASNIUK FLORENCE MOOR 714 Second Ave. N. Phone 657-5:tb3 Personal ' 14 ARE YOU PREGNANT f We can help both of you. Birthright b52 9991. tL BEER IIOTTl ES 4(1 cents doz. Pop bottles 8, 15, 20 cents each. Min lu doz. 184 07 37. m8 BIRTH CONTROL Information. Planned Parenthood. 244 7989. m2 SAVE HUNDREDS Buying a cart Now available, this new guide to saving hundreds. The Inside Information about the makings of a car deal as told by a former car salesman. Mall $4.95 by check or money order to Self Help Books, Sub. Station No. 2b, 3840 Albert St. Regina, Sask. CHRISTMAS AND New Year for-mat gowns and dresses sewn. Including alterations, pant-suits, and casual wear. Call 373 (1873 now for free estimates and fitting appointments. m3 DO UPHOLSTERY mv own home. Antiques. Also canvas repairs. 342 Douglas Cres. 382-2228. m7 DRIVING TO Phoenix and Vegas mid January. Room for two. 374-8007. FOR WEDDING RECEPTIONS, banquets, dancing. Accommodates 25-275. Marigold 604-3123. yl GOOD NEWS daily 24 hour taped telephonedevolloncall. 384 1)244. y4 HAVE SANTA call at your home Christmas Eve. $8 per visit. 604-2192. i'M-IStJ LATEST AND BEST Adult merchandise In the world. 237 20th St, W. 2421)77 1. y5 NOW OPEN all new laundry mat, dry cleaning and steam-ex rental. Attendant on duty. Broadway and Main. Lots of free parking. Next to 7 Eleven store. Phone 244-1344. OUR WARMEST WISHES are extended for the holiday season to all our many wonderful members throughout Saskatchewan. May we continue to serve you diligently in 1979. IN THE NEW-YEAR, if we may be of assistance to anyone who Is contemplating or has made inquiries into our Introduction service, please send coupon below to: BEAS DATA-MATE 158 2nd Ave. N., Saskatoon Name Address Telephone Age OR CALL 665-1991 WE HAVE MOVED Rose Marking Devices. New address: 131 B 20th St. West. 244-5885. Manufacturers of rubber stamps, pocket stamps, self Inking stamps, plastic engraved door signs, name badges, magnetic car or truck signs. m8 SEWING & Alterations. Dresses, furmals, pantsuits, 382-6550 yB. SHAKLEE NATURAL Products. Distributorships avail. 374 607b. m7 SOCIAL FUNCTIONS organized by Saskatoon Single Parents Assoc. Anyone interested attend meetings every third Tuesday of month, base-ment of Public Library. 8 o'clock. SWINGTIME NEWS, picture ads, dances, for Swingers in Wash. & Western Canada. Est. 1969. $.3 per copy or free details. CY Club, P.O. Box 2410, New Westminster, B.C. V.3L5B6 y j WE CARRY A glamorous line of elegant, sensuous lingerie. For 16-page color photo catalog, send $2,00 (deductible from your first order) to: Farra Products, Box6173-S, Sta-tion D, Calgary, Alberta T2P 2C8. WILF COLONIAL HOUSE OF MAPLE Is now at the top floor of Driedger s Home Furniture on the corner of Pacific Ave and 24th St. ml FACED WITH A DRINKING PROBLEM ? ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Write to P.O. Box 331 Saskatoon or Phone 665-6727 anytime. y5 Personal Services 15 ESP Secretarial Services Professional typing of letters, reports, resumes, theses, etc. Temporary Girl-Fridav Services and various other office duties. Phone days: bb4-24b1, evenings: b53-5617. mO A BREAST PROSTHESIS The "COMPANION lOO'-o Silicone. Phone 374-9707 Saskatoon. y9 ACCOUNTING, INCLUDINGfinan-cial statements and tax returns filed. Small and-or large accounts welcome. 652-1387. m2 ALTERATIONS 1 HOUR Service from 8a. m - 8p.m. Ail types Of clothing. .382-6550. ALTERATIONS AND SEWING. 373-0873. m3 FLAMAN INVESTIGATION and Security Agency Ltd. Uniformed guards armed guards Specializing in divorce evidence Box 3b2, Saskatoon, 343-8979 V0 A 1 ALTERATIONS & SEWING Call 373 0873 anytime. m7 TO GIVE your car a boost call Carl, 382-2291 mO Deer Heads, Birds Mounted HENRY C. RIEGER TAXIDERMIST 522 10th St. E. 242 9220 Saskatoon S, N6E2 ml DRIVER WITH one ton and hoist. Available for moving and hauling elc. 382 2318. mb DRYWALLING, large or small. 244 83. GETTING READY for Christmas? Have your carpets cleaned by professionals for that like new look. Special rales for the Christmas sea-son. 34 6515. HANDYMAN CARPENTER. Reno- vation work. 652 8423. 373 9 "58 mO HAVE QUIRK-W1I L WORK Part time, casual. Sales, (.rand-parent sit. Help with correspor-dence. shop, jobs hard lo get at. liomJahle. References. Car. 6rt 3609 or 665 2U89. m5 HAWAII WAKIKI Condo i Daily, weekly or monthly j b52 4104, office hours only, mi I md HIRE US TO clean up and arrangu your garage or basement Sort out or remove Junk. Tutn used or unec-cnsaiy Items Into cash. Wo do general repairs and construction, Save A-Dollar More. 639 Ave I South 244 9522. I IGHT HAULING, Disposal, etc. You name It, I do Ml 244 msu. nil MOVING Furniture, appliances, nuisance removal, light hauling, k firs Delivery, 662 (WI77, m9 PAY ROl I S AND General Account-I ng Colleen Rolli ns; 373 4(i86. mS PIE RRE PARIS WORK BOOTS Orthonedluilly Designed Aids sore feet, legs, back problems CL AKLNCE W. SIMPSON 242-740 V.2 SMALL APPLIANCES. Electric lamps and other miscellaneous Hems. Wayne's Flx-lt. 2807A Estey Dr. 3,4 19(p. m2 WE SPECIALIZE In custom built rumpus rooms and saunas to suit your needs. Guaranteed workman-ship. Free est. 382 7319, WILL CLEAN yard, haul lunk & move furniture. bo5-8582 or 382 9 171 . rttO WILL dESIGN CURRICULA. 343-0885. m3 WILL DO Typing and bookkeeping. Donna, 374.7513. m3 WILL DO any remodelling work. Stippling ceilings, laying carpets and floors. Reasonably priced 382 9849. WILL PROGRAM CONFERENCES, conventions, symposia, seminars, workshops. 343-0885. m3 WILL TUTOR In basic academic subjects. 343-11885. m3 Vi TON And Driver available for deliveries and moving. 382-3478. m5 Lost & Found 16 LOST DOG ' Large brown and white dog. Part St. Bernard with long nose. Lost Dec. 1.3th In R.R. 2area, northwest of Saskatoon. Name "Blue ", Reward Offered. 382-3122, 665-17b5. LOST MALE cat. Part Siamese. Blue collar with bell. Name Poller. Reward. Call If found after 3:30 652-93110. LOST SATURDAY December 16th, 2 miles from city on Highway 1b West purebred Fox Terrier, white with black markings. Answers to Teddy. 665-8574. Help Wanted 31 Posting 216 MECHANIC TRANSIT DEPARTMENT DUTIES: Performs overhaul and maintenance repair to diesel powered Transit System Buses and other vehicles. QUALIFICATIONS: Journeyman mechanic. Experience working with diesel powered vehicles. HOURS OF WORK: Week-end work is Involved. SALARY: $7.86 to $8. 60 per hour. For further Information regarding this position, please contact the Personnel services Department, City hall, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 0J5 ELECTRICIAN to sell electrical products In a retail store. Salary dependant upon qualifications. Permanent position with company benefits. Apply direct to Mel Propop, Centennial Plumbing & Heating, 126 - 20th St. W 652-1755. HARDWARECLERK Experienced hardware clerk required for regular part time of 20 to 30 hours per week in our Home Centre Hardware Department. Apply in person: 10:30 a.m. to5:00p.m. Personnel Department SASKATOON CO-OP CENTRE 319 -22nd St. East Security Officers Full and part time, neat appear-nace, bondable, car. For appointment phone 382-5103 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. FULL TIME and part time taxi cab drivers. Male-Female. 244-bl44. V8 CIRL-MAN FRIDAY for small office. Must be capable of handling complete set of books. Minimium amount of typing. Apply to Box 70C Star-Phoenix. SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS GWC, requires sewing machine operators for our Saskatoon factory. Good benefits and above average wages. Working hours from 7:30 a.m. -4:30 p.m. Monday Thursday 7:30a.m. -1:30p.m. Friday. APPLY IN PERSON 9:00 a.m. -12 noon, GWGLtd. 28 -3-tthSt. E. Department of Northern Saskatchewan Project Management Group requires several ENGINEERING TECHNICIANS III HEADQUARTERS: PrinctTAibert, Sask. RATE OF PAY: S6.59 to $7.95 per hour, plus Northern Project Allowance of $5.00 per day when eligible. DUTIES: Under limited supervi sion, will supervise and participate in the work of a crew that is Involved in performing required surveys In the location, preliminary and construction actitivies of northern airfields. roads and related projects. Other duties include drafting of plans, calculating of quantifies, preparing reports and other related assignments. The supervision and training of other workers involves planning and assigning work, and ensuring completeness and accuracy. QUALIFICATIONS: Completion of the twelfth school grade, including all maths, technical school training, or other courses related to the work and direct work experience, or an equivalent combination of knowl edge, experience and or training. Ability fo supervise and train staff, lo operate survev equipment and to do complicated calculations. - Please submit applications and or resume to- Personnel Administra tor. Department of Northern Saskatchewan. Box 31163. Prince Albert, sask Quoting competition number 78 325 66. PHONE WORK AT HOME New phone plan lets you servkeour EU1 I ER BRUSH customers In the comfort of your home. Choose your own hours JL earn excellent cumnils-s Ion. 652 9914. ntO AM WAY. Established distributor otters oppoilunlty for good second Income. You pick the hours and aiea, J4 1592. nit HELP WANTED. Owners of beautiful Vancouver home looking tor one or two people (sorry no children) for cooking and housekeeping duties, driving helpful, In exchange for room, board plusgood salary (negotiable.) Ritferencesa must. Apply to Saskatoon 244 9911 evenings. MOTEL OPERATOR Couplo over 35, for overnight 24 unit motel In malor Eastern Alberta town, no cafe or kitchenettes, modern 2 bdrm, living accomodations. Provide details In reply to Box 140 X Star Phoenix. LARGE NATIONAL tire company has opening for Inside sales trainee. Someone with related experience. Excellent starting rate plus generous employee benefits. Apply to Box 69C Star-Phoenix. LOOKING FOR Cocktail walter-ess and dining room waiter-ess. Phone 373-6666. Truck Mechanics Malor transportation firm requires mechanics Immediately. Diesel experience preferred hut not essential. All fringe benefits Including medical tenslun, and iob security. Union shop. Wages subiect to new contrat rate In 19 '9. Current $7.74 per hour. Contact R. Nlchol, mill 111th St. Edmonton, Alberta. Phone 401-426-28114. LOEWEN MILLWORK Manufacturer of windows and doors. Required person for Order Desk. Experience In building materials an asset. Please apply In writing to Loewen Mlllwork Box 5027 Saskatoon, Sask. LOEWEN MILLWORK Manufacturer of windows and dooors. Require person for Inven tory control. Please apply in writing to Loewen Mlllwork Box 5027, Saskatoon OPENING FOR secretary receptionist in Airport Industrial area. Possible to advance to assisting with accounting. Salary $700-5750 negotiable. Please forward resume with references to Box 74C Star-Phoenix. PERSON WANTEDto managedrycleaning outlet. Experience neces-sary. 384-1881 MACHINIST REQUIRED Person must be of journeyman status or have equivelant experience. Knowledge of the Potash industry and equipment Is an asset. Position is permanent, full time. Wages negotiable. Apply to Prairie Machine and Parts mfg. 664-2212. PHARMACIST'S WANTED. Fort McMurray. Phone J. Cameron; 743-1251. THE TORONTO Dominion Bank, 116 2nd Ave. South, requires' an experienced teller. Call Mr. John McGonigal at 652-1530 for an appointment. WAITER-WAITRESS wanted experienced Dining room help. Apply In person between 11a. m - 12a. m, 5p.m -6p.m to Doug Klnakin, Hanovers Dining Room King George. WANTED HEAVY Duty Mechanic for shop. Phone Don 6b4-3193. WANTED BEVERAGE room waiter-ess. Apply Hop House WANTED PERSON with electronics and electro mechanical background for repair work in a large office equipment firm. For a personal interview call Cam Ellard at 244-5664. WANTED EXPERIENCED person for construction of commercial steel buildings. Phoneafter6. 652-2496. WANT TO loin a band? So do I. Singer song writer would like to form a rock band. If you can play the bass, rythm or lead guitar or drums. Phone 867-9381 after b. Retired Or Semi Retired? We are looking for an Individual fo deliver sandwiches to 6-7 Eleven "Stores In Saskatoon. An aircondi tioned Stationwagon a necessity plus a committment to 2 hours a day for permanent part-time position. Please call 343-bbOb; ask for Dorothy. $5.95 PLUS S2.05 GAS ALLOWANCE APPROX. We need full and part time people to work In our promotional depart- ; ment. Full training provided. Must have own means of transportation. For appointment call : b53-0622. BREAKFAST COOK We require a reliable person for the above position. Experience is preferred but not necessary. Starting date January 3rd. 1979. Apply In person at Chef's Office, Sheraton Cavalier, 612 Spadina Crescent East. Trades & Const. Help 32 AUTOMOTIVE MECHANIC to work 40 hr, week. Licence not necessary. Excellant working conditions. References required. 665 198. WANTED Journeyman Mechanics Full employee benefits Excellent working conditions $8.46 per flat rate hour Lar-gest-Mercury dealer In Northern Saskatchewan. Contact: Ed Laird, Service Manager Business 764-1561 Residence 7b4-490 1 Arcade Motor Co. Ltd. Prince Albert 4TH CLASS STATIONARY STEAM ENGINEER RLQUIRED Must have a minimal of 10 years experience. Individual must be familiar with T rane Cooling System or comparable equipment, water treatment, and have basic "knowledge of pneumatic controls. This is a permanent position which offers better than average benefits & com-parable salary. References required upon request. Please sub mil complete resume specifying address and phone number to Box 75 C, Star Phoenix. Domestic Help 35 RELIABLE PERSON needed to j care for three children during vacation and business trips. Preferably 'able to drtve children to . Phone 374 843. Preferably ; o lessons. 4 -A i

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