Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada on August 22, 1957 · 18
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Mfcib ii w1 w gpriy M'rjiyXWwp SfnijnsT IB "ly !! irm 1 c rtr-BTirN 1 mskitoon mu riotMi thisct. igist rt. !? a J ?SiiC8Il2SSSll NQJWSS ,i,s Canadian Companies On Equal Oil Tax Footing' TORONTO MINES TORONTO (CP). The tock would not be market, although lacking the us-tained buying )t received yesterday, waa narrowly higher for a ocond straight session today in moderately alow mid-afternoon trading. Obaervera said that the market could remain firm this week despite profit-taking but predicted that before Labor Day the Iowa f February might be tested. Some said that perhaps there 4mti Mcurflinv g Arad) Lrm . 6b AkaiUhe 2b Alb Expl ftp Aigom Uran 1871b A fiki Larder M Mb Ancon 100 Anglo Huron I00b Anglo Kouyn . ob Apex Con .... t'tb Ar .. w 71 Aron . 0b Atlas Yk 7ib Atlin-Hulfner 42 Aumacho 10 Aurnt.qu . lb Aunor 171b Aviifbona 7 linnkeno 21b Bnrnat jib Rarvu 12 Rarymlri Fxpl Alb Btse Meta la , 45 Baak Uran . 21b Beattie Ouq 11b Reaucafe .. 7 lb Reaver lodge . 17b Belleterra 111b Helrher 188 Bethlehem Cpr I20b fteveon . M 11 Bibia Yk 7b Birroft Uren 120 Bidrop 14Qb Black Rev 64b RouacadiUac 0b Bnuzan M 46 Rovrnar 7,b Bidlorne 491b Broulan Reef 60b Ttrunhurst 6b Brutiaman .. ft'tb BrunawU k 610b Htiffadison 6 Hurchell 11b ( arnpbell Chib 740 Campbell Rl 6()1b Cdn Aatorla 0'ib ( dn Dvno 110b dn Thorium 7b t andore 27b an Erin . 21b Canam Cpr 17b Can Met Expl 290 CaMatar Ab 690 Cent Patricia 124b C ent Pore , 0'b (henklrk 6 C heatervllle 21b f hib J m utet 104 hib Kavrand 1Kb C hitno Gold 71b i nb tit Coni 72b C nrhenour Willnn 176 ( ntdatrrnm Cpr 71b C OnlHRttR 101 ' Con-key 21b Conro Dev 10b ( nna BeHekeno 17b i on a Beta Oamma 12b Con Callinan 20 Con Denison 1612 Con Denison Wta 010 Cona Discovery 261 Con Fenimore 111b . C ona Malllwell . 45 , C ona Howev . 200b C on Morrison . 31b on Mosher - 62b Con Negus . . 22(b 1 C ona Nicholson 6 C on Northland 80b Con Pershcourt . 13b C rms Red Poplar 15V,b c-on Reaoourt , 15 C ona Bud Basin 100 C ona Tungsten . lib Conweat 410b C oppercorD 30 Copper Man . lo,b Copper Rand 241 C oulee Lead 50h Cowkhan Cpr .. 110b Cjolnor Pershing M 11b Crowpat - . 13b C useo 1 1 i t D Aragon . 17b T)fcourey Brew .. SI Deldon . 10b Delnite 71b Diadem . 0b Dome . 1210 Dom Mag 1350b , Donald - lib lhnnt) 20b' Jowaey , Renville Kerr Addison Kirkland Hudson Kirkland Min . Labrador Lake Cinch Lake Dufault I ake Llngman Lake Oau lake Shore l,ake Wata . Ibb Lamaque - 220b Lettch 100 Lexlndfn 10 I Ittle I-ong lac . 225b 1 orado 100 louvincourt 'Jb Lyndhurai 2. L,vnK Yk a, Ik Macaaaa 210b MacDona d . 3"b Mi tTie t.xpl . ? b McLeod Cock 110 Madien Kl . Magnet Cone . Malortrena MdUrtie Gold 13b Mercon Maritime - Maybrun .. Wb Mctntvre McKenile Rl . lb McMarmac S'ab Merrill . . Milliken Lk . 10 Mining Corp 130 Mln-ore Mine . llV,b Mogul Mb Moneta . Multt Min . JJb Name . - b National Expl .. b Neabltt Lablne .. SJb New Alger - b New Atnon - "b New Bldlamaqut lb New Calumet . . V New Delhi - ,! New Dlckenaon . - Wb New Fortune 10b New Goldvue . Hew Herrlcane .... son New Hlghrldge -. IS'trO New Jaaon - . ? New Kelore 0b nt ll'.b tb 'lb ill not be enough buying strength when those lows are tested, resulting in further losses Base metals, featured by uraniums, were the leaders of the advance. Denison gained a point at 17 while a number of lower-priced uraniums had 15-20 cent gains. - Western oils were mixed to kwer with senior issuei down fractions and lower-priced mines mixed with price changes ranging to 30 cents. Canada Building. SaaXatooa Tkirsdajr, Atfaal 21, 1051 11 on Quoid In cant) East MaUrtte 11 Cm( SuHlvan , 226 fUstam Metals 14 Zmtarn Mining -. 170 Eider Gold , 32b Prwey 2(1 El Rol Eureka f koI 'Alliance Falcon bridge Faraday Frobisher Galtwin . Gaikeno Gco Mines -Genex Geo Sclen Giant Yk Glenn Uran Goldaie . Goldcratt Golden Man Goldfields Uran Graham Boua Giandtne Granduc Gulch Gunnar Gw lilim Hard Rock Hasaga Headway Rl Heath He' Gold Hoitinger Hole aa. Hudson Bay Hugh Pam Indian Lake Inspiration Int Ran wick jacobus Jayd Expl Jefllcoe Toburke loliet One Jonsmith Sturgeon River Sudbury Cont Suilivan Cons Sunburst Ex Surf Inlet Sylvanita Teck-Huyhe Temagami Thom Lund Tiara Mines Tobrlt Trancontl R Trlbag Mng Union Mining United Asbestos United F Stella United Keno United Mont Upper aCnada Ventures Vico Exp Vlolamac Watte Amulet . Wlllroy WtUaev Coghln Wright Harg . Yale Lead 14b 8b 210b 3lMib Rhj 171 171b 200b 60b 0 . 28b 20h . 30b 19 a, 600 0l-b 400b 7tb 60b 3300 10 125 BftOb 110 , 26 aa 115 17b nob OTTAWA (CP) The Canadian Petroleum Association Wednesday submitted to the government brief urging tax changes to place Canadian companies on the same competitive footing as foreign companies in the development of Canadian oil and gas resources. Main recommendation in the brief waa a depletion allowance income tax exemption of 25 per cent of ai exploration com pany'a share in the gross proceeds of its production of oil and g The present depletion allow ance ia 33 1-3 per cent of net income. The brief said this and other technical changes were aimed at equalizing the competitive position of Canadians, without at the same time inhibiting the flow of foreign capital ASK FAIR CHANCE It said that it has been estimated that over a 10-year period taxes would be more than 50 per cent greater for a Canadian company than the combined United States and Canadian taxes payable by a U S company carrying nut the same program in Canada and with other U S income Paramount government policy, the brief said, should be the elimination of income tax inequities if Canadians are to be given a fair chance to invest their capital profitably In their own countrys natural resources A delegation from the associa- CANADIAN INDUSTRIALS iaana lbc&arawr 4i Canada Buixdmg. latkae TORONTO AVERAGES fore Finance Minister Donald Fleming A copy of the brief also was submitted to Prime Minister Diefenbaker. Association chairman R C. Brovin of Calgary later declined to tell reporters what the minister said in reply to the submission WESTERN OIL Jamec Richardson A Son Tbaragajr, Aagaat It, 1MT 11 IB (QmI4 la CtalaV Ajax .. ,, 61b Aita Pac Cons. Sib Aitax .. - 30b American Leduc . 30 Amurex Oil 46tb Industrial Gai6 FUm MeUit W ciern U ia 2 DEATHS H'aatiatHl Aahdown A Atlaa Bathurat A Bathurat B Bfitt Broa Bell Tk Bowater Pfd. Brazilian BnL Amir OU B C Fare 2C Packer A BC Packer R ; B C Power . MB C Telephone Brown Co Btuck B NEW YORK STOCKS NEW YORK (AP) Stock market turnover dwindled late this afternoon as prices retreated slowly. Coppers reacted to the renewed drop in copper prices. Kennecott was off around 2 points and Anaconda a fraction Union Carbide and Gulf Oil also took losses of about 2 points. Among Canadian issues, Walk-er-Gooderham was up lt. Aluminium Ltd was down International Nickel 4. Among the Canadian issues, Preston East Dome was up 316 and Fargo Oils 'j. Jupiter Oils was down Cdn lnduatriea Cdn Loco Cdn. Marconi Cdn Oil Co Cdn Pac Railway Cdn Vicker Carling Coc kshutt James Richardson A Sone Thursday, Aafust 1057 Gold Miners Want Boost In Subsidies OTTAWA (CP) Canadas gold mining industry Wednesday asked the government for a boost in subsidies to bolster sagging revenues caused by the high premium value of the Canadian dollar. V. C Wansborough of Toronto, ma laging director of the Cana-' dian Metal Mining Association, said that every time the dollar rises, "it is like the turn of the screw. It hurts us that much more." He said an association delegation met with Finance Minister Fleming to consider the indus trys position. The delegation got a "sympathetic reception but no promises " Gold Is officially pegged at $35 an ounce, U S. funds. Last week the industry got $33 03 an ounce in Canadian funds from the mint. At that time the Canadian dollar wa. at a premium of about five cents in relation to US currency LIVESTOCK SASKATOON Supplied by Department of Agriculture, Public Stockyard, Saskatoon THE HONORABLE T. C. DAVIS, QC Mr W R MacKenzie, Chairman of the Board of Directors ami President, has pleasure in announcing the appointment of The Honorable Thomas C. Davis. QC. as a director of Western Canada Breweries Limited. The Honorable Mr. Davis was bom m Prince Albert, Saskat chpwan He has had a distinguished eared as a lawver, judge H.gh Commissioner to Australia, and Canadian m-bassalor to t h na and West Gurnuny Mine leientlv he has mult his hone m utonu fol loung his letirement ih.s vtai os Canadian mbassadoi to JajAin, Tkarsday, Aivaat 22, 1967 Summary First receipts light. Quality mostly common to medium. Good heavy steers easier. Light good, fairly steady. Medium, lower Cows steady with weeks decline. Slaughter cattle Steers light choice 1800-18 25; good 16 50-17 50. good and choice heavy 17 00-17.75, medium steers 14 25-16.00; common 11.75-14 00, heifers common to medium 10 00-14 50; cows good 9.75-10 50. Replacements No top offered. Medium to good lower at 19 50-12 50. Hogs Grade A 50 higher at 35 00 dressed. Extra heaves and sows 15 00-16 00 liveweight. Lambs Good 16 00. PRINCE ALBERT PRINCE ALBERT. Cattle receipts moderate with prices about steady on dry fed butchers and easier other classes. Good butcher steers 16 50 to 17 50, odd choice heifers 15 75, good cows 10 00 to IP 23, good bulls 10 50 to 1150 Replaceemnt cattle about 25 cents lower with good feeder steers mostly 13 50 to 14 50 and stock hei.'ers 8 50 to 9 50. Calves steady, odd choice vealer topping 17 50. good heavy calves 15 50 to 16 50. Hogs higher, 35 00 for A, 15 00 to 16 00 for sows liveweight. Sheep weaker, good lambs SOUTH ST. PAUL SOUTH ST PAUL Minn (AP)1 Cattle 3 000, calves 800. trade! fairly active and prices fully steady on slaughter steers and heifers; all other slaughter classes unchanged, load average-choice 1140 lb. slaughter steers 25, good and choice heifers 20-23 utility and commercial cows 13 50 15 50, vealers and slaughter calves steady; good and choice vealers 22-24 Hogs 7 500 very active and fully 50 higher .on all classes, U S. 2 and 3 1 90-240 lb. barrows and gilts 21 21 50; several hundred head U S. 1 and 2 hogs 21 75-22. US 1,2 and 3 sows 270-400 lbs 18 75-20 50 Sheep 800, trading slow; market not fullv established two packages of good and choice 78 and 105 lo sprir? xlaughtei lambs fullv sead; a' 23 DOW JONES Leamnc I iber.t! tons' Island M trigold Medallion Werland Merrill Pel Midcon Mid Wet Gas Mill City Monarch National Peta New Bristol New Brit Dom New Chamberlain New Cont New Davie New Gaa Expl New Ranchrrens New Superior Northcnl North Cdn Oil Northland Oil Nuco Pete Oil Selei Okalta Pac Pete Pan Western Pai ker Pambina Permo Gas Petrol Philips Oil Ponder Provo Gas Propane Cr Realitv Richwell Foval Cdn Rovalito Snee Oil Sapphire Sourr H unbow Sec Frteliold Select Shire Oil Spooner Stanvc ell Sturgeon Trans Emp Trana Prairie Triad Oil Turner Valley United Vandoo Vulcan Wavne Pete Wespac Pete West Decal ta West Lease West Mavxtll Yankee Canuck i7a Oom Tar Chern - 10 rOnt ll1- ! m Textile 1b Vb Dupont oJ Canada US 21 S Eddy Match 2ab SSb Fddv paper . 42b 39 (Famous Playeia lib 4JLb Fanny Fanner l7Sb 0(b Fed Grain A 28b 46S Fed Gram Pfd ... X6Sb lOSb Florida Canada . 76ob 13b Ford Mtr Can A tl 14b Foundation . . 45 ( FYaaqjf 45 1 Gatineau 15 Gen Bakeric lloa Gen Motor Geo Steel Ware Goodyear Tire Goodyear Tire Pfd. Great Lake Great W Coal A Great We t Sadd Gvp Lime A Ala Harding Carpet Have Hinde and Dauche Howard Smith Imperial Oil Imp Tobacco Indus Accept Inland Nat Ga Int Bronze Int Nickel . fnt Paper Int Pete Int UtiUtie Inter Prov Pipe Laura Secord LobUw A Loblaw B Loblaw Pfd U4b I oblew A Pfd 27b 10a MacMillan A 35a 380b MacMillan B . J7Ab 34k Maple Leaf 7Wb in I Maaaev Har i 6b 27b IMjuaev Harris Pid 79b 140b McColl-Front 70 Sab ' McColl Front Pfd lb Jocker Club I HO Ontario Steel 23 Sb Change Crush , 2Mb I ageHeraey Tube U4b Penman 2lkb Powell River . 3k ower Corp Cdn Mb Price Broa A V Roe HuneU Ind Sajx Cement 46b 17 tub 215 Corp Invest Grouped Income Growth Oil. Ga Invest Mutufcl Leverage of Cda Mutual Accum Mutual Income Tran Can B 77 3 90 0 46 10 63 1 13 7 15 1 44 6 15 RATES Star-Phoen.x Want Ad Rate Fev t Cent Per Word Per i)v Six Consecutive insertion for the Price of Fue Minimum Count lb Wed Pc- Day Minimum Charge 4&c Per Oav Initial letter etc, count at on word H here it point or large tvpe ta det.rvd by the advertiser the rate per word ra 0c per day Minimum count 16 word Figure tn groups of Lve or lea, do. Ur marx. initial letter etc . count a one word A bore ona line 1 set n 10 poini and the balance set in ordinary clas fled tvp the charge ts 40c per line pot day for the 16 pomt line. Where the use of a box number ta desired count a four word extra. If replies aie to Nr mailed to out-of-town pomt plea add 16 cents to cover cost of postage Cllv d' "ttiaer must pick up box replies at um tar-Phocntx office. NOTICES Births 61 SO. Marriage and Deaths, In Memnriani, Engagement Cards of Thank etc Ratee $2 00 per Insertion of 16 Use or leaa, exu Une of five word each 30c per line Display Advertising SCHEDULE or COPY ACCEPTANCE II NOON DAILY AS FOLLOW S MONDAY lor Wednesday Paper TUFSDAY for Thurday s Pape WLDNENDAY for Friday s Papa THURSDAY for Saturday Papei FRiDAY for Mondav Pape FRIDAY for Tuesday Paper In Prime Albert Advertising Copy may be left with the Northern New Agency WANT ADS"ACCEPTED no im to I pm Daily Monday to FTldV Closed All day Satuidavs, Sundays and Holiday ! J 1 JiiX.Ai.NAB THF PEA fN OF Heven ft vtn Mat nab ne Dwbbai ace ve d tAirv Alfrrrta fwmtnv of Nrfatfxn onruna-d suddenly at U$4t Aug)' The funetai servi rt aid be held on Mondr, August M at 1 3P pm from the of the beskatoon Funeisl Hw corwiut ted by Rev A Fitrct Surviving are twe daushtei Mr Aiiieroft beth of Haf'ord ftaak , Mow Arch) Srr th Ivaboi of Saskatoon one eon Sin c ir Maxviab of t a grv Alberta a nuif gandv hndren Bom tn AUnote. Ont In 1&6 Mrs, Macnab caroe to houieatead tn Whe Dodaiand d strict In 1016 later movtnf to Ke-robert S , where he reaided until 1933 Smre that lime Mr. Mamab had resided at Beskatoon, Varceuvrr and Laigary Mr Ma nab was predeceased b her husband Duncan John Macnab March 30 163a Intem-ient will be made tn th family plot in the Weoduwn Cametary 6-b-e ROMAYIUK -THE PAVilNu OF FRED Romaruuk tn hi 20Th year beloved husband of Mr Polly Romaniuk of 419 list St . west. Saskatoon occurred in a local hospital on Med nesdav. August 21. Itot The funeral M-rvte will be held on Ralurda August 34 at 2 pm from Knov United Church conducted by Rev G D Wilkie Surviving are. ht mother of Makaw Saak , one on. Randv at home two aistert, Mr T Scrack Olgal of Saskatoon, Mi. T Sawchuk Anmei of Twav Saak ; three brother. Mike of Jlwkitowi, Nick of Toronto. Ont, John of takaw Satk Bom In Wakaw Saak the late Mr Romaniuk resided theie for 16 veari before moving to Saskatoon in i944 where he waa en -ptovrd with the John Feat Iron Vtorkft and for the pt nine veai with M 1 Cook and Son Intermant will take place In W oodlawn Ceme-teiy Park kunetal Chapel aie in cha gc of arrnksmcnt tl? g FUNERALS UNLISTED STOCKS Jaraee Richardson A Son Canada Building, Baikatooa Jt, 1957 Tkandsy, Aagaal U WANT AD PHONE L3141 WANT AO PHONE Bid Asked Bid Asked INCREASE SHARES TORONTO (CP) Shareholders of Massey - Harris - Ferguson Ltd approved Wednesday an increase in the companys common shares from thte present authorized 12,500,000 to 20,000 000. The vote was 5,395,011 shares in favor of the increase and 641,-040 shares against. The increase was made in connection with the companys offer to buy all outstanding shares of Standard Motor Company Ltd of Great Britain, in which Massey-Harns already holds a nearly one - fifth interest, and which manufactures the Massey-Harris-Ferguson tractors. Under the proposal, Standard shareholders would receive one share of Massey-Harns common stock, plus 12 shillings for each eight shares of Standard theyjCommeire now hold Value of the transaction is esti . 7 Mab 215b . 14b 21 400 5b 1423b 8H . 310b . 29 b - 12b 390b 46b 240b l5b 41b 22 220 . 5b 19Ab 21b . 475 . 60 28b 7b 210 2900 . 42b 410 1200 305 - 71b - 145 55b - 360 80a 2Vfc 142b m.m 65b M 1812b . 80b . 117b 325b 790 . 10b 9b . U 127 . 9 260b 2775 650b - 35 305 - 10b - 60b M 14b . 23b 215 . 505b 215 10b Abrta Abblcan Advar Alex Rl Ama Kirk Anabar Anamaque Anuw on Arctic Atlaa Chib . Banma M Beacon Belfast B Jack Pete Blue Gra H McDade Bracemaque Braminco Bright Brute P Camlapen C imp Island Camrav Cda AM Meta Cn Man Cnt Hill Ciral C heliew Clinger Clix Columb Columbine Comstock Con Co Conecho Con Harper Crat kingstone Con Vauze Cordel Crdlbbe Crovdon Derlac Desmont Despina Destorado Dom Fx Dunvegan Du i ham East Lun Echo Ind El Bon Farcroft . rilcka G Chib Gan Copper Glenburke . Gateway Gleneona Glen Echo G Harker Gord Lab Goldmque G jv Gold Grd Chib Headwater H G Young Homefault Hotstone LONDON STOCKS LONDON (Reuters) Strength of dollar stocks following a further recovery on Wall Street and renewed weakness of gilt-edged securities featured London Stock Exchange dealings today. Uncertainty regarding tomorrows treasury bill rate and interest rates in general werq unsettling British funds and fresh losses of up to were recorded In rails Canadian Pacific improved with other Canadian and United States dollar stocks Industrials were in selective demand and several of the leaders established useful gains BANK STOCKS James Ru hardon & Sons Hubert I nke Hudson Uran Hucamp Independ Jamaica Jean Lake Jerome Kamlac Kb Mining Kenda Pate Kenog . La range Lerandona Laroma .. La rum L-k Ex Lake Renzv Lower Can Lun Echo I vnwatin Magoma Mam Oka Manecho Wallen Rl Mattan Maree Mate Yet McCualg Me Fin lev Miles Rl Mlllkirk Minduat Mirado Mt Keno Montco Murky F Murmac Murray Mm Nat New Naco New Met Vew Aug New Insco New Redwood New Waleoro Nickel O Nickel Lake Nicoba Nlpiran Ncrcourt Norbeau . Norford . Normar . Oceanic Oklen Orare M . Oroftno Ortona Pacemaker Pascal! Pax New Pavne Peach PeUngio P ckerlng Picton Pine Pt 5 1 6 7 4 6 5 11 1 1 s 34 3 11 4 R 7 1 5 2 6 6 75 9 2 8 31 2 27 5 5 7 6 5 3 11 IQ 10 6 8 7 18 3 Red Ruth p,hvolite Richgroup Rio Tinto . Romar Rugged . Russett Salmita Sheldon )laden Que Bid Asked 7 60 6 3 70 5 7 6 3 2 7 310 16 2 1 5 11 ion 1 I 5 290 13 3 3 0 15 SUBSCRIPTION RATES MAIL RATES IN CANADA 1 year - 66 6 months .... 6 50 5 months 3 50 1 month . ........ 1 50 To United States and Great Britain 1 month 2 00 3 montha 5 oo 6 month 50 1 year 13 00 TENDERS Rural TENDER Municipality of No. 1S1 Langenburg SAIUIR-IOUMN REOU1EM MAM for the late Dr Joteph T O Saucic. who died on August 12, 1957 sung at St Joseph Church on Wednesday morning Auguat 21 at too The celebrant of the mass baa Rev A Daley OM1 Pallbeareia were Bernard, Edward Joseph and .Loul Saucier grandson of tne 1st Dr Saucier, and Mr G A. Schmidt, Edmonton and Mr A Schmidt Regina Interment took place in the Catholic Cemetery The Saskatoov I uncial Home waa In charge of arrangement 8-23 e DC Oil t dn Delhi Cdn Sup Ol Smoky 300 925 29 5 371 010 30 6 Ihurxdav August WINNIPEG GRAIN WINNIPEG. (CP) Trade was moderately active on the Winnipeg Grain exchange today with prices irregular and moving narrowly Activity in flax included purchases credited to American interests There were light hedges and some commission house selling Domestic shippers supplied most of the demand for oats and barley with processors providing demand for barley. Prices moved narrowly. Rye trade was light and mostly lo-al Export loadings of Canadian wheat in the last few days included United Kingdom 2,305,000 bushels, Japan 915 000, Germany 775 000, The Netherlands 375,000 Norway 320 000 Belgium 150,000, Switzerland 55,000 and Venezuela 20 000 Lakehead prices for class two IWA and domestic wheat were cent higher than Tuesdav BOND PRICES Supplied bv the Investment Dealer SEAIFD TENDERS w lit be recfived by the underlined until 8 pm tenlrdl Standard Time on August 27 18 7 on tha following road construction project For construction of the aubgrade on the following Main Market Gild Road piojects No 1 From NE 36 20 31-1 to NE 12-21-33 1 thence to NE 7 21-32 1 thence to NE 31-21 32 1 approximately miles No 2 SE 2 20-33-1 to East uarter line of 23 20-33-1 thence to Jast quai ter line of 24-20-33-1 thence to NE 36-20 33-1. approximately 7 rule Tender will be received on these projects both separately, and collectively. Particular a to the work may be obtained from Keith Consulting Engineers Ltd . 13 Haultain Crescent, Regina Saskatchewan or at the office of the undersigned Tender for each project to be accompanied by a certified cheque (or $1,200 00 Tender will be opened In public in the office of the undersigned at the hour of 8 p m Central Standaid Time on Auguat 27, 1957 The lowest or any tender wilt not necessarily be accepted F F Dlouhy, Secretary-Treasurer, Rural Municipality of Langenburg No 181 Langenburg Saak. Auguat 14. 1957 I 24-c WHrFLLR THE FUNFRAL SERVICE of Alfred Wheeler wh o died on August 10, 1957 was held from the chapel of th Saskatoon Funeral Home bn Wednesday. Auguat 21 at 3 pm conducted by Rev. H R Bve Pallbearer were Mr. Bumie Thu of 8aakt,toon, Mr H J McKee. Mr Lome Johnson, Mr W J Rice, Mr Charle Brooks and Mr Rod Rouse 11 all o Asquith, Saak Interment place In the Asquith Cemetery $ 23 c CARD OF THANKS RLMENDA WE WISH TO EXPRESS our heut-frlt thank and appreciation to all our friends and relative for their sympathy and kindness, floral tributes and cards in the pairing of our beloved father Mr Jacob Remenda Special hanks to Dr Lemlszca and Rev Bud of Vonda, Rev J Olynyk and Saskatoon Funeral Home M Remenda and family 8 31 IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORY OF OUR LOVINO SON Leonard Hornby who passed awav August 22 1950 Seven vears have pAiaed dear son Since you were called awav. How well do we remember Vh it sad and weary dav You suffered much, you murmured not, We cried and prayed that your dea life Would not be taken away Ever rememberad by mother and dad and brothers Murray, Howard and Lyle. t-23-p H In pt 1 1 1 Montrt il Nova Sintia mated at aiound $25 000 000 Toronto n ,i SIDE GLANCES By Galbraith . 1 r t . i Rl LULLe ... 1 , m INVITATION TO TENDER TOWN OF COLD LAKE. ALBFRTA INSTAL1 ATtON OF WATFR DISTRIBUTION AND SEWfRAGE SYSTEMS SEAIFD TENDERS ddres-d to Ihr underwmrd nd endorsed TENDFR FOR THE INSTALLATION OF WATFR DISTRIBUTION & SEWERAGE SYSTEMS will be received at the ollice ol the Secretrv-Tre,urer. Town of Cold Lake up to 8 00 pm Mountain Standard Time, September S, 1937 Th following are the principal Item, of work 1 15300 ft of 6 8 and 10 inch diameter water pipe, fittings, valves and hyd 2 600 ft of 8 inch force main fittings and valves 3 10100 ft of 8 10 and 12 inch sewer pipe and appurtenances 4 Service connection All pipe for above work will be supplied by the Town Plans and specifications mav be ex-amtned at the office of Underwood McLellan k Aaoelate Ltd . JlO-Lt Street Ea.t, Calgary Alberta on or after Auau.t M 1M and cople. of aame mav be obtained by a bonafide tenderer upon a deposit of twentv-five i$25 00i dollars This deposit shall be refunded following the return of plan and specifications in good condition within two weeks of the Closing of tcndeis Each tender shall be accompanied bv a certified cheque in the amount of ten '10 i per cent of the tendei piice made pavable to the Town of Cold Lake Alberta The lowest or anv tender will not necessarily be accepted FUNERAL DIRECTORS SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME W A Edwards, W Arnold Edward Donald W. Sumrra T.lrphona 8577 xtf 348 2nd Ava . bo. PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL Funeral Director and Embalmer Mans G Binkley Jack M. Binkley, William Pearson 311 Third Av.. North. Phone Ii241 2 xtf McKAGUES FUNERAL HOME HARRY McKAOUE MrKau h J McKagvi M Phone 2oi3l 300 Thi'd Avenue. J xtf MARRIAGE LICENSES 3 TRANS CANADA PIPF Cum 2 Shares 132 to 131 Common Shares 324 to 32 4 Westcoast Trans 37 to 3 4 New Pilkingfon President Mr W R Zadlco Secretary Treasurer Town of Cold Lake, Cold Lake, Alberts BLACK 8 IEWELLERS FOR MAR-rlaxe licences Diamond rlnge and metened weddinf rlnge ol fine t quality 888 2nd Are . aouth tf PLEASE ALLOW 8 FULL DAYS TO obtain marrlaga licence, Stacay e Ltd , JewtRers Ona location only at tha pedestal clock 102 2nd Ave Saskatoon best diamond valua Astra-Clo ' xtf FLORISTS MARRIOTT S SASKATOON NUI.FRY, 128 2nd Ave, N Ph 2JJ00 t lowers for e I occasions Nursery Ph 2210 xtf FRANK J DO WDINQ, F R H S . FLOR-Ist Everything in floral needs Stora onp Faton s on 21ft Street Ph 22344, night 92750 31836 We observe the Wednesday half-day closing bylaw ktf MILLAR S FLOWER SHOP AND GR FEN HOUSES 214 21st Street. Eaet Phone Dev 7T77 - Night T778 YOUR PERSONAL FLORIST" Undrrwood Mcl ellan it A.sorlates Ltd cut JLOWFRS WEDDING BOUQUETS 310 F int Street E Calgelt, Albeit. FUNERAL TRIBUTES 8 21 c l x'l LAKEHEAD QUOTES Open Oats Oct . T0 Dec . 9a Mav 0 ti Barley- High Lo N 70 i Dec - 1 i U3 Ntjv l9 119 ( hirsfo Wheat xpl - 2 8 2 9s Dec 224 25 Mav - 223 224 Mar 227 N 2273 NOTICES NOTH E TO f RFDITOHs j In the Eft ,te of MAPI til F 1A BKASH 1 of the (it f , in the Pinvlme of Sk4Uhpwn , Widow, Deceased j MONUMENTS secUTitv held if an' nujt be sent to the undersigned before the 3hth dav of September A D Id' T 3-n f F FT OF C el i ( ll f 0 rif S-frl i BIRTHS DR AND 5 RS LORNt HtMMFRK H i nee Louise Hsetnr) re peied to anrounce the bi 'n of dughr Patricia Lvnn on August 17 f 23 c 218 223s 221 T 226s NEW YORK. (AP) A leading (u-rtin smelter has reduced ,he pi.ee of copper 's cent a p ju"d Tt-e i t e x p e t e j for some Don tld H Jupp has been ap-poin'ed President of Pilkington Broth rs (Canada) Limited and Pilkington Glass Limited, succeeding Lewis J B Forbes who retired recently In his new position Mr Jupp will also be Chairman of the Board, International Varnish Co , Ltd ; Vice-President, Pilkington Glass Manufacturing Ltd ; a Director of Edmonton Paint and Glass Co , Ltd , and of Scott Pain'-dT,.h Co. Ltd London. On' Mr Jipp hs been associat'd KLIPPEFT FRED AND ALICE fee Jon isor are twpr tj -nounce tf ar-ival of lit e j Ete e 6 os i2 )U c August r r I oT 4 ( ham RHIM ! I U I d H V IMMEDIATELY Experienced Bulldozer Operator 14 Crawler Tractor DEATHS i T T L p , 2V) Bh , Sa xatoon 6c Gravel rl. RAWS THE DiATH F JOHN n A age F2 af Vrrdw c ?sk o i red sudrienlv on Tucda rernrg AAigust 2d 1957 The funeral wr e will ne I-eld on Saturday morr r g August 24 at 10 00 Daylight Time 4err ib freic Cah ic Cnurch at Itx'da The Saskatoon Funer.! H i in tfArue of arranger nu 1u virg are F w fe two ft? d ?rd r"ifd p d B L or e b'o'he P FIELD REPRESENTATIVE WANTED Po R. Lf r-e rr u Te iate H S eeks vouf ,.iuun witb ex-tr i sd ?nr-reior bnibes 4 u 2 to . 54T "I rstt AV H a4 up ,36 1 bo I. s the L.r ha ou ever saw' Wei' f I I ctered , 1 1 5 il te ea mg those ostrich p .tcs I had on oar honeymoon" WCTOK1A NURSERY IMRS A Mc-Allmtvr srh Vhs I. Goldi New stor, hi. turn 237 21 t st F Senator Hotel B d Fh 2314 Nursery ph 9748 x I 5a St SIDF MONCMPNTAI WORKS-R(l and B1 iek Granite imported from Sweden Marble Imported Bronr, memorials Servu e six dav a week All claims against the abote estate I 901 30th St W Phone 7444 xf duiv verified bv statutory declaiaUon R,.rK fjp AC.FS AND BP.ONZE MFM-snd with particulars and valuation of " Ilf flee st 4 U grh A onaia by Western GraLnite 6c Marb Co. 714 2nd Ave. N Phone 6361 xtf LOST AND IOUND 4 (.AUOt LLF a wooden fpori 6 aJ6 r 'TONF FARMING Cl L B PYr r e 21119 Mil Ben 8 24 p MLE HEIP WANTED 12 8-28 e d t r tlu pound. r p .t-e oi : 2 cellr v"r has bfen in Canada Poka.gtons .nca 1336. r, jre Cau a c v P e -Jh. Sai. teaman s x 4 VMrstwa RWfglT4mLja.iWiir

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