Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada on August 24, 1978 · 25
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the STAR-PHOENIX, Saskatoon, Thursday, August 24, 1978 25 Tenders PROPOSALS CENTRAL MORTGAGE AND HOUSING CORPORATION SEALED PROPOSALS, plainly marked as to content and addressed to the undersigned, will be received up to 2:00 p.m.. C.S.T., Thursday, September 14, 1978, for the construc- - lion of 6 buildings of semi detached - designfora total of 12family units at ." Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, spon sored by the Federal Government, . Province of Saskatchewan and the ' City of -Prince Albert. Plans and . Specifications and forms of propos "a Is can be obtained by prime con tractors at the address shown below and are available for inspection at Saskatoon, Prince Albert, Regina " and Moose Jaw Construction Associations, at the City Hall in Prince Albert, and at C.M.H.C. offices in Saskatoon, Prince Albert, and Reg - ina. A deposit of $10 is required for each set of plans, specifications and documents. This deposit is forfeited .If plans, specifications and docu ments are not received at this office intact and in good condition on or before the tenth day following the date of contract award. Each proposal mustbeaccomapnied bya 10 Bid Bond or by a security deposit of lo-b of the proposal where the proposal does not exceed 5250,000, plus 5Jo of the amount by which the pro posal exceeds $250,000. The max! mum amount of security deposit required with any one proposal is 5100,000: Such security deposit shall be retained by Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation to ensure due performance of the contract. Cash, a certified cheque, bearer or negotiable Dominion of Canada bonds will be accepted as security . deposit unless other forms of secu ritv are authorized. All cheques must be made payable to the order of "Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation." The lowest or any ' proposal not necessarily accepted. G. R. Day, Manager Central Mortgage and Housing corporation P.O. Box 1107 2334th Avenue South Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K3N2 - Tenders Tenders (Continuedl (Continued) PROPOSAL CONSTRUCTION AND RELATED WORK WORK SEVENTEEN SINGLE FAMILY DWELLINGS CREIGHTON, SASKATCHEWAN Sealed proposals will be received by the Executive Director, Project Management Group, Department of Northern Saskatchewan, c-o Contracts and Tenders Clerk, Box 3003, 1004 - 1st Avenue W., Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, S6V 6G1, up to 2:00 P.M., Central Standard Time, September 6, 1978. and will be opened in public immediately thereafter. The work consists of Seventeen single family dwellings in Creighton, Saskatchewan. Proposal documents may be obtained from the Contracts and Tenders Clerk, Project Management Group, Box 3003, 1004 - 1st Ave-nue West, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, S6V 6G1, on deposit of $25.00 drawn in favour of the Department of Northern Saskat chewan. This deposit will be refunded upon the return of the pro posal documents, in good condition, within thirty days after the opening date. Plans and Specifications may be viewed at Construction Association Offices in Prince Albert, Saskatoon and Regina and at Southam Building Reports, Winnipeg. Proposal must be accompanied bya bid bond or certified cheque in the amount of ten percent (10) of the tender price. The province reserves the right to reject any or all proposals received. Deputy Minister Department of Northern Saskatchewan Province of Saskatchewan TENDER Village of Glenside Water System Sealed tenders with the word "Tender" enfaced on the envelope will be received until 2:00 p.m. Cen tral Standard Time, Wednesday, September 6, 1978 at the office of the Village of Glenside, Glenside, Saskatchewan. For Construction of all or any Por tion of the following: (1) Trenching, installation of 75 PSI CSA Certified Polyethylene Plastic Pipe (2" Mains and 1" House Con nections) and backfilling of approximately (a) 6,000 Ft. of nine (9) feet deep trenching (b) 25 House Connections (c) One 20,000 ga!lon3compartment concrete cistern, contractor to sup ply material. (Plans are provided.) (d) One approximately 24' x 22' pumphouse on top of cistern. (Con' tractor to supply material ) (e) Supply and installation of filtra tion Equipment. (f) Four service pumps, pressure tanks, fittings and installation. (g) Wiring of Pumphouse and equipment. (h) Submersible Pump and installa tion at well site to supply cistern. Tenders will be received for instal lation only, or for the supply and installation of materials including an necessary fittings. Plans and specifications may be seen at the Village Office between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. The Village of Glenside r arves the right to refect any or all tenders received and the lowest bidder will not necessary be accepted . Material must be CSA certified and workmanship to be guaranteed for a period of one year after date of Completion. Mrs. D. Rosa, Secretary-Treasurer Villageof Glenside Glenside, Saskatchewan fjjjjj! I INVITATION TO BID TENDER SASKATOON INDIAN AND METIS FRIENDSHIP CENTRE ADDITION TO NEW FACI LITI ES Sealed tenders will be received by the undersigned until 2:00 p.m. Central Standard Time, Wednesday, September 13, 1978 at the office of the Architects. Forrester, scott. Bowers, Walls, 1120 Morgan Ave nue, Saskatoon. Tender documents may be obtained by General Contractors from the Architects, Forrester, Scott, Bowers, Walls, Architects and Engi neer, 1120 Morgan Avenue, saska toon, Saskatchewan, S7H 2R7onthe deposit of $25.00. Tender documents may be reviewed at the Saskatoon Construction Association. Subtrade contractors shall file their tenders in accordance with the Saskatchewan Bid Depository regula tions at the Saskatoon Construction Association Bid Depository located at 532 2nd Avenue North, Saskatoon before 2:00 p.m. Central Standard Time, Monday, September 11, 1978. Tenders must be accompanied by a Bid Bond in the amount of 10 of the Tender Price. The Owner reserves the right to reject any or all tenders received. PROPOSAL CONSTRUCTION AND RELATED WORK FOURTEEN SINGLE FAMILY DWELLINGS LA RONGE, SASKATCHEWAN Sealed proposals will be received by the Executive Director, Project Management Group, Department of Northern Saskatchewan, c-o Con tracts and Tenders Clerk, Box 3003, 1004 1st Avenue W., Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, S6V 6G1, up to 2:00 P.M., Central Standard Time, Sep tember 1, 1978, and will be opened in public immediately thereafter. The work consists of Fourteen single family dwellings in La Ronge, Saskatchewan. Proposal documents may be obtained from the Contracts and Tenders Clerk, Project Management Croup, Box 3003, 1004 1st Ave- nue West, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, S6V 6G1, on deposit of $25.00 drawn in favour of the Department of Northern Saskat chewan. This deposit will be refunded upon return of the pro posal documents, In good condition within thirty days after the opening date. Plans and Specifications may be viewed at Construction Association Offices in Prince Albert, Saskatoon and Regina and at Southam Build ing Reports, Winnipeg. Proposal must be accompanied bv a bid bond or certified cheque in the amount of ten percent (10) of the tenaer price. The province eserves the right to reject any or all proposals received. Deputy Minister Department of Norther Saskatchewan Province of Saskatchewan Notices NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the estate of WILLIAM WASYL NESTEROFF. late of Blaine Lake, in the Province of Saskatchewan,' Deceased. All claims against the above estate, duly verified by statutory declaration and with particulars and valuation of security held, if any, must be sent to the undersigned before -the 31st day of August, A.D. 1978. McKERCHER, McKERCHER, STACK, KORCHIN & LAING 1202 CN Towers, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, S7K 1J8 Solicitors for the Estate NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE ESTATE OF JESSIE KAL- MAN, LATE OF THE CITY OF SAS KATOON. IN THE PROVINCE OF SASKATCHEWAN DECEASED. All claims against the above Estate, duly verified bv Statutory Declaration and with particulars and valuation of security held, if any, must be sent to the undersigned on or before the 20th day pf September A.D. 1978. i BURLINGHAM7 BURLINGHAM 8c McLEOD Barristers & Solicitors 1043 8th Street East Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7H 0S2 " Solicitors for Dorothy Hillman the Executrix, BUSTENDERS Rosetown School Unit No. 43 Invites tenders for the purchase of two (2) 42 passenger, two (2) 48 passenger aim one ( i passenger new scnool buses, specifications available from the office of the undersigned Tenders clearly marked "Bus Tender" must be In the office of the undersigned not later than 5: 00 p.m. Septembers, 1978. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted,. H. E. Schiltz, Sec. Treas., Kosetown, sask. SOI 2V0. BUS SALE TENDERS Rosetown School Unit No. 43 invites tenders for the sale of the following used school buses. 1. Bus No. 101967 Ford 30 passenger rating; 2. Bus No. 871970 Ford Window Van 12 passenger rating. Tenders clearly marked "Bus Sale Tender" must be in the office of the undersigned not later than 5: 00 p.m. September 8, 1978. The highest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted.. H. E. Schiltz, Secretary Treasurer, Rosetown, Sask. SOL 2V0.- - TOWN OF KELVINGTON, SASKATCHEWAN KELVINGTON ARENA INVITATION TO TENDER FOR SUBTRADE Sealed Tenders will be received by the undersigned unti 1 2: 00 p.m., Fri day, September 1, 1978, at the office of the Town Clerk, Kelvington, Saskatchewan. Tenders shall be marked as follows: . MASONRY ELECTRICAL ROOF INSULATION STEEL DOORS, FRAMES, & HARDWARE Contract documents and specifications may be viewed at the Town Office, Kelvington, Sask. Documents and Specifications may be obtained from the Office of the Town Clerk, Kelvington on a deposit of $25.00. The deposit will be refunded on the return of the documents within 14 days of the closing of tenders. Tenders shall be submitted on the Standard Form of Tender, RAIC CCA KIC Document No. 10 In duplicate and must be accompanied by a bid or certified cheque in the amount of 10 of the tendered price and made payable to the Town of Kelvington. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Albert Biletsky Town Clerk Kelvington, Sask. PROPOSALS CENTRAL MORTGAGE AND HOUSING CORPORATION SEALED PROPOSALS, plainly marked as to content and addressed to the undersigned, will be received up to 2:00 p.m., C.S.T., Thursday September 14, 1978, for the construction of 10 buildings of semi-detached design for a total of 20 senior citizen units at Duck Lake, Saskatchewan, sponsored by the Federal Govern ment, Province of Saskatchewan and the Town of Duck Lake. Plans and specifications and forms of pro posals can be obtained by prime contractors at the address shown below and are available for Inspec tion at Saskatoon, Prince Albert, Regina and Moose Jaw Construc tion Associations, at the Town Hall In Duck Lake, and at C.M.H.C offices In Saskatoon, Prince Albert and Regina. A deposit of $10 is required for each set of plans, spec! flcations and documents. This deposit Is forfeited if plans, specifi cations and documents are not received at this office Intact and In good condition on or before the tenth day following the date of contract award. Each proposal must be accompanied by a 10 Bid Bond or by a security deposit of 10 of the proposal where the proposal does not exceed $250,000, plus 5 of the amount by which the proposal exceeds $250,000. The maximum amount of security deposit required with any one proposal is $100,000. Such security deposit shall be retained by Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation to ensure due performance of the contract. Cash, a certified cheque, bearer or negotiable Dominion of Canada bonds will be accepted as security deposit unless other forms of security are authorized. All cheques must be made payable to the order of "Cen tral Mortgage and Housing Cor poration." The lowest or any proposal not necessarily accepted. G. R. Day, Manager Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation P.O. Box 1107 233 - 4th Avenue South Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7-K 3N2 Reach every home for 60 miles around. That s right. Star-Mart want ads reach every home in Saskatoon and the surrounding district for a 60 mile radius. That s 75,000 copies of your ad, going to the people who are looking for what you have to offer. If you re buying, selling, renting or trading, use Star-Mart want ads. S1.00 for 20 words (Additional words 5C extra) No phone calls please. No cancellations. No refunds. Private individual ads only. Advertisements received to Thursday p.m. to appear in Next Tuesday s Star-Mart. rStar Mart Want Ads 204 - 5th Avenue North, Saskatoon S7K 2P1 : Print your ad in the squares below. Be sure to include your telephone number, or address. (Phone numbers count as two words). This offer is made available for private individuals only. No phone orders please, just mail coupon below accompanied with payment to Star Mart 204 5th Ave. N., Saskatoon. Sask. S7K2P1. I Name . . Address Lam City ......... Postal Cdde .Phone 1 I 1 i I kseJI GOVERNMENT OF THE NORTHWEST TERRITORIES DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS NOTICE OF EXTENSION D.P.W. TRADESHOP RANKIN INLET, N.W.T. PHASE II SUP PLY AND INSTALLATION PARTI TIONS, MECHANICAL ELECTRICAL, FLOOR FINISH ING, PAINTING (INTERIOR) Tender Closing Time Extended: FROM 4:00 P.M., M.D.S.T., August 24, 1978 TO: 4:00 P.M., M.D.S.T., Sep tember 21, 1978. D. L. Matthews, Director, Department of Public Works. Deaths (Continued) LONGSTAFF The death of Mrs. Ann Louise Longstaff age 79 years of Dundurn, Sask. occurred in a local hospital on August 22nd, 1978. The Funeral Service will be held on Friday, August 25th at 2:00 P.M. from the Dundurn United Church conducted by Rev. J. A. Brown. McKa-gue's Funeral Home will be in charge. Surviving are: one daughter, Mrs. Marie Thompson, of Silver Park, Sask., one son, Richard Long-staff, of Dundurn, eight grandchildren, six great grandchildren, four sisters, Mrs. Mabel Gingell and Mrs. Marie McLay, both of Winnipeg, Mrs. Jeannie Brakey and Mrs. Margaret Chesswell, both of Toronto, four brothers, LukeCopith-orn and Sam Copithorn, both of Indian Head, Sask., Wesley Copithorn of Taber, Alta. and William Copithorn, of Ottawa. Mrs. Long-staff was predeceased by her husband, W. E. Longstaff, by two sons, and by a sister. Mrs. Longstaff was raised at Indian Head, Sask. and received her education there. She moved to Dundurn in 1943 and had made her home there until her passing. Mrs. Longstaff was a member of the Dundurn United Church U.C.W., a member of the Royal Canadian Legion Ladies Auxiliary, and a member of the New Horizons Senior Citizens Club. The family would appreciate donations to the Heart Fund, 440 Second Avenue, North rather than floral tributes. Interment will be made in the Dun durn Cemetery. Card of Thanks GARIEPY We wish to express our sincere thanks to relatives. friends and neighbors for their expression of sympathy on the death of our dear nusoana, tamer, am grandfather, Ame Gariepy, to Rev. Pitch for his appropriate words and to the pallbearers, special thanks to the RCMP and ambulance service of Blaine Lake. Also a special thanks to the Sisters And Staff of St. Anne's Home. You were all there when we needed you the most. TheGariepy Family. MacLEAN Our heartfelt thanks to relatives and friends for their expressions of sympathy on the passing of our dear pop and arampa, William MacLean. A special note of appreciation to Rev. Elton Adams, the choir and ladies of St. David's; our sons who acted as pallbearers as well as Bill Beck for his sincere and profound words delivered from the lectern. To all who may have played a part in making Mr. MacLean's last days a little more pleasant and bearable, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts. Edythe and Hugh and families. Deaths BERG The passing of Mr. David Berg age 73 years of 622 Fourth Ave nue North, Saskatoon occurred in a local hospital on Wednesday August 23rd, 1978. The Funeral Ser vice will be held on Friday, August 25tn at 2 : oo p. m. f rom tne F i rst Men nonlte Church, 418 Queen Street con ducted by Rev. Henry A. Wiens, Surviving are: his loving1 wife, Agnes; one daughter: Mrs. Ray mond (Gloria) Fenrof saskatoon: one son: Garry and his wife Gloria of Victoria, B.C.; four grandchildren; four sisters: Miss Susie Berg of Laird, sask.; Mrs. cornie (Tina) Enns of Clearbrook, B.C.; Mrs. Mary Heppner of Waldheim, Sask. and Mrs. David (Annie) Bergen of Clearbrook, B.C. and one brother Henry Berg, Laird, Sask. He was predeceased by his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. David Berg, one sister, Mrs. Lena Bergen and by one brotner, Peter. The late Mr. Berg was born and raised at Laird, Sask. and came to Saskatoon in 1941 . He married his wife, Agnes (nee Keoekop) on November I3tn, 1942 and had resided in saskatoon since, Mr. Berg had been employed with McGavins Bakery for twenty-eight years prior to his retirement. Friends who wish may make Memo rial donations to the Saskatchewan Heart Foundation, 440 Second Ave nue North, Saskatoon. S7K 2C3 Interment will take place in Wood- lawn Cemetery. Arrangements are in care of Park Funeral Chapel. BRAUN - The death of Mr. John J. Braun, age 79 years, of Warman, Sask, occurred on August 22, 1978. The Funeral Service will be held on Sunday, August 27, at 2 p.m. from the Neuhorst Old Colony Church conducted by Rev. Julius Enns and Kev. Peter Loewen. uaimeny Funeral Home in charge of arrange ments. Surviving are his loving wife Elizabeth of Warman; 5 sons: Henry, John, Bill, and Jake all of Warman and Aron of Saskatoon; 3 daughters; Mrs. Henry Peters (Mary) of Warman, Mrs. ben bnns (Betty) of Saskatoon, Mrs. Bill Red- dekopp (Margaret) of Osier; 43 grandchildren; 11 great grandchil dren; 5 sisters; and 2 brothers. Mr. Braun was born in Manitoba, later moved to Saskatchewan and settled in the Clarksborough Crossing area east of Warman where he farmed until 1959 at which time he retired and moved to Warman, where he resided until his decease. Interment will be made in the Warman Ceme tery, Warman Sask. DAVIS The passing of Harry Phillip Davis age 82 years of Delisle, Saskatchewan occurred at his home on August 23rd, 1978. The Funeral Service will be held on Saturday, August 26th at 2:00 p.m. from the Vanscoy United Church conducted by Rev. John Crawford. (Memorial donations to the Anti Tuberculosis League will be appreciated by the family In lieu of flowers.) Surviving are: his wife Dorothy; 2 daughters Mrs. Howard Smith (Eleanor), Swanson, Sask. and Mrs. Lorenzo Sparvier (Betty), Saskatoon; 2 sons Harry Davis at home and George Davis of rural Saskatoon; 6 grand children and one brother B. W. (Ted) Davis, Saskatoon. He was predeceased by his parents Harry and Stella Davis; one son Donald in 1946, one brother Donald (D. L.) Davis In 1976 and by onesister Elizabeth. Mr. Davis was born in Hender son, lowa on May 11, 1896 and Immigrated with his family to the Vanscoy district in 1914. He served with the United States Army from 1918 to the end of World War I. Mr. Davis farmed in the Vanscoy district until 1960 when he retired to make his home in Delisle. Interment wi 1 1 take place In the Vanscoy Ceme tery. Saskatoon Funeral Home Is in care of arrangements. DERRAUGH The death of Mrs. Eleanor Derraugh age 53 years of 13103 34th Street, Edmonton, Alberta formerly of Saskatoon occurred In an Edmonton Hospital on August 23rd, 1978. The Funeral Service will be held on Monday, August 28th, 1978 at 1:30 p.m. from The Chapel of McKague's Funeral Home conducted by Rev. Hazel Hef-fren. Surviving are: her loving husband Douglas, one daughter, Mrs. Ken (Janey) Vanos of Calgary; three sons, Terry and Kenneth of bamonton and James of Calgary; four grandchildren. Also her mother Mrs. Reva Bracy Burns of Saskatoon.. Mrs. Derraugh was prede ceased by her father Philip Burns In 1969. Mrs.. Derraugh was born In Columbus, Ohio and came with her parents to Webb, Sask., in 1926. She lived in saskatoon from 1945 until moving to Edmonton to make her home In 1973. Mrs. Derraugh enjoyed her work with the C.G.l.T. at her home church In Edmonton. The family would appreciate donations to the Cancer Fund, 305 219 22nd Street, East. Saskatoon rather than floral tributes. Interment Hill-crest Memorial Gardens, Saskatoon. Guest parking directly south of the Funeral Home, Third Avenue and 20th Street. RAMSA'Y The passing of Mrs. Joyce Ivy Ramsay ase 45' years of 310 Main Street, Delisle, Sask. occurred at her residence on Wednesday, August 23rd, 1978. The Funeral Service will be held on Friday, August 25th at 2:00 p.m. from the Delisle United Church con ducted by Rev. John Crawford. Surviving are: her loving husband, Charles; two daughters: Connie of Saskatoon and Carmen at home; two sons: Grant and his wife, Brenda, of Camrose, Alta. and Perry at home; two grandchildren:. Miranda and Bennie; herfatherand mother: Mr. and Mrs. William Green of Saskatoon; two sisters: Miss Lila Green of Saskatoon and Mrs. George (Mary) Orchard of uelisie, Sask. and three brothers: Ken Green of Rosetown. Sask.; Howard G reen of Bassano. Alta. and Robert Green of Hague, Sask. The late Mrs. Ramsay was born and raised at Delisle, married her husband, Charles, on October 2nd, 1953 and had resided at Delisle until her passing. Friends who wish may make Memorial donations to the charity of the donor's choice. Cre mation to follow. Arrangements are in care ot park Funeral cnapei. Funeral Directors McKAGUE'S FUNERAL HOME M. McKague R.J. McKague D.A. Newbigging Phone 664-3131 3003rd Ave. S. yj PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL Terry G. Mlchayliuk Donald Somers 311 3rd Ave. No. Phone 244-2103, : i Personal 14 (Continued) BEER BOTTLES 40 cents doz. Pop bottles 8, 15, 20 cents each. Min 10 doz. 384-0737. m4 BIRTH CONTROL information. Planned Parenthood. Phone 244-7989. ; m2 SEWING & Alterations. Dresses, formals, pant suits, 382-6550 y4. SEWING AND alterations for the newest In fashions. Dresses, for- mals and casual ware. 373-0873. SHAKLEE NATURAL Products. Distributorships avail. 374-6076. m7 THIS MONTHS special, kitchen nooks. For quality and workman ship on custom built furniture or recovery call Flair Upholstery, 242- 4422. m4 TRAINING ON the job student needs practice. Hair cuts and styl ing. Perms and coloring. Student rate. Paramount Beauty Salon, 242- 0017. m7 WACKIE WALDOOS Bottle Return is open 7 days a week. 6:30-9:30 every evening and 12:00-3:30 on Saturdays. We buy pop bottles, beer bottles, and liquor bottles. Throw them in your vehicle and come on out. We sort them and pay cash for them. 4S0 46th St. East, iust off Faithful Ave. mo FACED WITH A DRINKING PROBLEM? ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Write to P.O. Box 331 Saskatoon or Phone 665-6727 anytime. y5 Help Wanted (Continued) 31 Personal Services 15 VINDEG The death of Peder Vln deg, age 89 years of the Lutheran Sunset Home, 1212 Osier Street, for mely of 310 Avenue K, North, Sas katoon occurred in a local hospital on August 22nd, 1978. The Funeral Service will be held in the Chapel in the Lutheran Sunset Home. 1212 Osier Street on Friday, August 25th, at 1:30 P.M. conducted by Rev. G. Grant. McKague's Funeral Home will be In tftiarge of arrangements. Surviving are four daughters, Mrs Irene Sorensen, of Saskatoon, Mrs Sam (Elida) Mutlow of White Bear, Sask., Mrs. Eric (Ethel) Tuplin of Beechy, Sask. and Mrs. Robert (Marlynn) Leaper of Saskatoon, one son. Marvel VIndeg of saskatoon, nineteen grandchildren, and eight great grandchildren. Mr. VIndeg was predeceased by his wife, Car rie, on May 2nd, 1972, by a son Morris In 1943 and by a sister and seven brothers. Mr. Vindeg was born in Norway. He immigrated to North Dakota, and moved to Demaine, Sask. in 1906 to take up a homestead where he farmed until retiring to Saskatoon in 1945. The Family would appreciate donations to the Lutheran Sunset Home rather than floral tributes. Interment will be made In the Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Funerals H I L L The Funeral Service of Mrs. Florence Hill, who died on August 20th, 1978 was held from The Chapel of McKague's Funeral Home on August 23rd, at 1 :30 p.m. conducted by Rev. E. A. King. Pallbearers were: David Hill, Russell Hill, Dwayne Sexton, Terry Denys, Gib Kobbins, Johnny Keid. interment was made In the family plot In the LauraCemeter.y. MacVEAN The Requiem Eucharist Service for the Rev. Dr. William Camobell MacVean. who died on Saturday, August 19th, 1978 was held from St. Chad's Chapel at the College of Emmanuel and St. Chad on Wednesday, August 23rd at 10:30 a.m. Officiants were: The Rt. Rev. H. V. R. Short, The Rev. D. R. Mawer, The Rev. E. Bays, The Rev. Cowan, Dr. T. A. Steeves. Pall bearers were: TheVen. H. W. Bran- drick. The Rev. J. C. Marlor, Brother John Warren, O.F.M., The Rev. J. Gibson, O.F.M., The Rev. Canon W. Tingley, The Rev. K. S. Earl. Interment took place In the Military Section of Woodlawn Cem etery. Saskatoon Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. TOEWS The Funeral Service of Henry Peter Toews who died on Sun day, August 20th, 1978 was held from First Mennonite Church on Wednes day, August 23rd at 1 :30 p.m. conducted by Rev. Henry Wiens. Pallbearers were: Ervin Toews, Ben Toews, Sid Derks'en, Henry Derksen, Dave Dick, Paul Lepp. Interment took place in Woodlawn Cemetery. Arrangements were in the care of Saskatoon Funeral Home. SASKATOON FUNERALHOME W.ARNOLD EDWARDS ROBERTF. DAURIE Ph. 244-5577 . 338 4th Ave. N westwood FUNERAL CHAPEL Rae J. Murdock Phone 653-3434 20th St. & Ave. N V Crematoriums PRAIRIE VIEW CHAPEL Memorial and Cremation Services Highway 11 South 242-7884 Box 2061 Y Monuments In Saskatoon EMILY TABASNIUK FLORENCE MOOR 714 Second Ave. N. Phone 652-5363 FAMILY MEMORIAL ARTS LTD. 1005-2QTH ST. WEST Wilf R.Michayluk . Days or evenings 652-2210 m5 SASKATOON MEMORIALS & CUSTOM SANDBLASTING LTD 718 Circle Drive. 653-1933 Terry Hrabok, res: 661-2031 mO Universal Monuments 201-103rd Street 374-1453 Frank Hagel - Roger Blais 244-8001 Evenings Quality in Monuments at the lowest possible price mO Personal 14 ALL YOUR banquet facilities, wed ding receptions, staff parties, meet ings, etc. phone Airliner cuisine. accommodations, 25-soo. 242-ssn m4 ARE YOU PREGNANT? We can help both of you. B irthright 652-9991 . SWINGTIME NEWS, picture ads, dances, for Swingers in Wash. & Western Canada. Est. 1969. S3 per copy or free details. CY Club, P.O. Box 2410, New Westminster, B.C. V3L5B6. YURKOWSKI The Funeral Ser vice of Mrs. Dora Yurkowskl who died on Sunday, August 20, 1978 was held from Holy Trinity cathedral on August 23, 1978 at 10 a.m. conducted by the Very Rev. Dr. H. Udod and the Very Rev. M. Yurkowskl. Pallbearers were: George Kalyn, David Kalyn, Eric Meadows, Emit Yeren- luk, Dmytro Kalyn, Frank uyok. Arrangements were In care of Westwood Funeral Chapel. InMemoriam YASINOWSKI In loving memory of our dear husband and dad John D. Yaslnowski who passed away Aug. 24, 1977. We do not need a special day To bring you to our mind, For the days we do not think of you Are very hard to find. If all this world were ours to give. We'd give it, yes and more, To see the face of John dea r Come smiling through the door. There's a gift you cannot buy. That's very dear and true, A gift of a wonderful dad, Like the one we had in you. The many things you did for us, In your kind and thoughtful way. You gave us years of happiness Which no one can take away. If we could have one lifetime wish, One dream that could come true, We'd pray to God with all qur . hearts. For yesterday and you. Always rembered and sadly missed by his loving wife Tilly, son Jumes, and dauther-ln-law Nancy. DATING SERVICE Elght years proven success Confidential, selective datjng program Members in rural and urban Saskatchewan. For further information call 665-1991 . Or send coupon below to BEA'S DATA-MATE 158 2nd Ave. N., Saskatoon or 1843 Broad St., Regina NAME I ADDRESS TELEPHONE AGE- ENGLISH COUPLE require ride East, share gas. 343-9676 or 244-0944. . FEMALE LOOKING for Christian girl friend. 652-5538. FOR WEDDING RECEPTIONS, banquets, dancing. Accommodates 25-275. Marigold 664-3123. yj. GOOD NEWS daily 24 hour taped telephone devotion call. 384 0244. y4 LATEST AND BEST Adult merchandise In the world. 237 20th St, W. 242-0771. V8 LEARN HOWto make stained glass windows, lamps and decorator Items. Daytime or evening classes. Phone 244-9733. m7 LOUISE BEAUTY SALON, 135 21st St. E. Where serving the client is our pleasure, where you can still have a shampoo and style for $5. Make an appointment with Gwen, Linda or Sara. Phone 244-7744. Drop Ins wel-come. m7 MINUS ONE CLUB will hold their Holiday Farewell Dance on Friday August 25th at Nutana Legion, 9:00. Music by New Majority. For Infor-matlon call 374-9253, 664-3650. QUALITY FURNITURE and automotive upholstering. Antiques, custom canvas, boat tarps, winter fronts and repairs. 16 years experl-ence. 342 Douglas Cres. 382- 2228.m7 . 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 FLAMAN INVESTIGATION and Security Agency Ltd. Uniformed guards armed guards Specializing in divorce evidence box 362, saskatoon, 343-899 yo ; CAKE DECORATING - unique, any special occasion. 373-3717. m3 Companion by Airway An artificial breast. 100 silicone Mrs. L. Opsahl, No. 807-2309 McEown Ave. Saskatoon. 374-9707. : yi DO YOU require help with your accounting? Small and or large accounts welcome, wealsodo finan cial statements and file tax returns. 652-1387. EXPERT PAINTING and dry wall- ing, 242-0947. m4 FENCE AND house repairs, also painting. 382-7516 m4 FOR GOOD SERVICE at reason able rates. Oil changes, tune-ups, & repairs - car or servicing & minor repairs on trucks - large or small, I do the work at your place. Carl's Mobile Repair Service. 382-2291. m3 FOR LEASE. 1975 Ford 3-ton with 24' Van & Driver. 382-2692. HAWAII WAKIKICondo Daily, weekly or monthly b52-4i04, office hours only. mO WINDOW PROTECTION Industrial, Commercial, Schools & Homes. Custom built wire mesh pro tective window guards. Call 384-3310 or write P.O. Box 7376 for free estimates. DO YOU ENJOY WINE Learn more about it. Have fun and join the Opimium Society, Canada-wide (non-profit organization). For more information phone 664-3029 between8:30and5:30p.m. PIERRE PARIS WORK BOOTS Orthopedically Designed Aids sore feet, legs, back problems CLARENCE W. SIMPSON 242-7460 - PROFESSIONAL FENCE building. any style. Post holes dug, $1 per hole. 384-2351 or 244-1879. QUALITY TYPING done home. Phone 343-7994. . In my m3 SPRAY TEXING, Town & Country. Reasonable rates. Phone 384-2351 or 244-1879. STUDENT WITH truck will haul junk, $10 a load. 374-9052. WILL CLEAN yard, haul junk & move furniture. tx5-B5B2 or 382-91 zi . mo WILL CLEAN yards & basements. haul garbage, clean eavestroughs, and wash windows. Reasonable rates. Phone 384-3837. SEMI DRIVERS WANTED Apply to Siemens Transport. 374-6006. BAR HELP wanted for small town hotel. Call Rene 259-2233, for inquiries. . BOOKKEEPING CLERK-TYPIST wanted for local construction company. Knowledge of One-Write accounting system helpful. Please submit resume to box l4-b, Star-Phoenix. I Am Seeking - An Individual To Learn My Business Busy executive of an international multi-service sales corporation, is seeking an individual who has Strong desires to learn the workings of a successful program for farm and business owners. The person I select will be thoroughly trained to take over large responsibilities in Saskatoon area. First year earnings can exceed $16,000 special commissions and bonuses. For confidential interview phone 652-5475. CARPENTNER OR CARPENTERS Helper required for various Sask. projects by general Contractor based in smal I progressive town. Reply to Box 1581 X Star-Phoenix. CERAMICS PRODUCTION Supervisor required by Saskatchewan Council for Crippled Children and Adults, Saskatoon. Responsibili ties: To train and supervise handicapped persons in the production of ceramics. Ceramics experience required. Apply in writing to: Indus trial Centre Manager, Saskatchewan Council for Crippled Children Adults, 1410 Kilburn Ave nue, Saskatoon, Sask. S7M 0J8 CHARTER BUS DRIVERS. Class 2A licence with air endorseent Over 24 years old. A pply in person 417 44th St East Saskatoon. CONTRACT AVAILABLE for 2 or 3 ton and tractor. Phone 665-3366 between 9 and 5. COOKS WANTED. Union wages. Davshlft and weekend. Reply to Box 162 B, Star-Phoenix. COPPERCRAFTGUILD of Canada is looking for people in Saskatoon area. Are you interested In full or part-time earnings? Do you have two evenings a week free? Do you have the use of a family car? If the answer is yes to the above ques tions, don't wait, call now. Mrs. Nut-ting 242-0180. sj COUPLE WANTED to manage medium sized Hotel in Prince Albert area. Experience preferred. Please reply sending resume to Box 8, Prince Albert, EARN EXTRA money by showing Canada's finest line of, Christmas Cards, wraps, novelties, etc. Over 475 items including Crownware. For free catalogue and prompt service, Jeandron Greeting Card Co. Ltd., 1253 King St. E., Hamilton, Ontario, L8M1G7. ELECTROLUX CANADA LTD. has opening for branch cashier. Typing and filing needed. Must be bond-able. Phone 373- 4760 or apply at No 13 2602 8th St East. ELECTRICAL ENGINEER or Technoligist required for Saskatoon Consulting Firm. 373-5555. DRILLER Expanding oil well servicing com pany with 17 service rigs, two of which are capable of 25,000 ft 7600 m workovers;. requires experienced drillers. Competitive remuneration plus safety bonus program and a full range ot company sponsorea bene fits. Please contact our head office. Red Deer, Alberta, between8am. & 5pm at (403)346-8921. CJB CARPET PEOPLE Experienced carpet installers wanted immediately. Experience required. 2124 22nd St West. Ask for Sherman or Ron. REQUIRED FOR STEEL FABRICATION FIRM Professional Engineer Experienced person fully conver sant with engineering functions rel ative to reinforcing steel fabrication procedures. Able to assume responsibility. WILL DO light moving and garbage removal. 664-3052. 242-1157. m3 WILL DO spray painting fences. also with rollerand brush. Day work j by hour. Phone 244-3685, 1-239-2082. m3 Vi TON AND Driver available for deliveries and moving. 382-3478. m5 Lost & Found 16 FOUND 2 KEYS on Rlverbank Tennis Court. Phone 652-8759, Mrs. McKay. LARGE MALE Tabby Cat, with blue collar, missing in Wilson and Cumberland area. 374-8221 Reward. LOST F R I DAY, August 18th, B road way and Taylor St., female Persian cat. Answers to Sam. Reward. 653-3533. ' LOST IN EXHIBITION area. Part terrier, part Chihuahua Brown & Black. 10 Inches high. Answers to the name of Sassey. Please call 242-6914. LOST, SMALL adult female Sia mese cat witn yellow collar. Nutana. 244-2859. Help Wanted 31 AMWAY. Established distributor offers opportunity for good second income, you pick tne nours ana area. 374-1592. ms ANIMAL CARE (approximately 10 hours per week) A person is. required for rregular hourly work cleaning animal cages and caring for animals; the work assignment, will average approximately ten hours per week. The only requirement is a willing ness to do a meticulous job of keeping the animal room clean. Appointment to start mmediately. Apply to: Personnel Office, Room 201, Administration Building, University of Saskat chewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, S7N 0W0. CLERICAL ASSISTANT Applicants should have a background of proven clerical experi ence with reasonable typing and masslbilltv. sales experience would prove advantageous, it Is not essen tial. J. Klassen & sons Ltd. bw-sosu. Draftsperson Responsible person experienced in preparation of shop drawings and takeoffs for reinforcing steel. Yard Person Experienced shear operators, bender operators and yard helpers. Phone 244-3630 for appointment EXPERIENCED COOK required to work in Senior Citizens Home. Modern kitchen. Approx. 700 meals per day. Phone 652-8566. EXPERIENCED WAITRESS-ER wanted. Dayshift. Also bus person. n a.m. - 2 p.m., Mon-Fri. Apply in person: Peter's Place, Licenced dlningroom, 304 Circle Dr., 652-6994 from 8am -12 noon. EXPERIENCED AUTOBODY per son. Flat rate. Apply B & B Auto-body, 51642nd A Street, 652-6044. EXPERIENCED FRAMER needed. Must have own tools and transportaion. 374-4375. EXPERIENCED HARVEST workers needed. Drivers License required. Contact your nearest Canada Farm Labour Pool. Saskatoon; 665-5019, Prince Albert; 764-6851, North Battleford; 445-8188. FULLTIME waltress-ers and delivery personnel needed. Must be willing to work late hours. Apply in person at Godfather's Restaurant, 725 Broadway Ave. or 239 Idylwyld Dr. s. CAS AND DIESEL Journeyman Mechanics needed by I.H.C. truck dealer. Year-round employment. Top wages and benefits. Contact W. F. scnell, s & M Trucks & Equip ment Ltd., North Battleford. 445-6202. SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS G.W.G. Limited requires sewing machine operators -for our Saskatoon factory. Good benefits and above average wages Working hours are.from 7:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m. Monday to Thursday, 7:30 a.m. -1 :30 p.m. on Friday. All we ask is that you are willing to learn the art of industrial sewing and seeking steady full time employment. Apply In person to: G.W.G. LIMITED 28 -34th St. East 9 a.m. -J2noondally WILLSON OFFICE SPECIALTY LTD. Have an opening for a Customer Service Person. Responsibilities Include meeting and serving our customers by telephone and in person. Monday- Friday, 37 Va hour week, compre hensive company benefits. Opportunity for advancement. Previous office experience preferred. Call Ed Harder, Sales Manager 652- 9242 for an appointment.

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