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D2 Wednesday, September 10, 1980 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Star-Phoenix EStarhlioenix Printed and published 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 Mall Registration Number 0098. Direct dail numbers for Star-Phoenix General 652-9200 Editorial 664-8231 Circulation 664-8320 Classified 653-2100 J.K. Strutters. Executive Vice-President; James E. Petro, Executive Editor: Ed Se best yen. Marketing Manager; Merv Carey, Production Manager R.D. Thompson. Advertising Manager; Jack Cook. Managing Editor; Wayne WoWberg. Circulation Manager: Jean Taytor. Accountant and Credit Manager; Wilt Popoff, Associate Editor. Deaths Continued) CLASSIFIED RATES CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Ph. 653-2100 8 00 8 00 Mon. - Fri. 8:30- Noon Sat. Private Party Rates 75c count line Aoolies to non-commercial private sales & services only and are based on a per count line; per insertion basis. Six consecutive days for the price of five. Minimum daily charge $1.50. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Bv carrier $1.15 per week collected every four weeks MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year $96.00 6 months $50.00 3 mrr.ths $27.00 1 month $10.00 Sat. Only - yearly $24.00 BY MAIL IN U.S.A. & FOREIGN , Subscription rate per year.., $69.00 Postage $176.00 Total $245 00 6 months $39.00 Postage $91.00 Total $130.00 3 months $19.50 Postage $45.50 Total $65.00 Saturday Only $19 00 Postage $31.00 Total $50.00 Deaths ALLCOCK The death of Ethel Gertrude Allcock, age 97 years, of Kerrobert, Sask. occurred in the Kerrobert Union Hospital, on Monday, Sept. 8th Funeral Services will be held on Thursday, Sept. 11th, 1980 at 10:30 a.m. from the Kerrobert Full Gospel Church conducted by Rev. R. Campas. Surviving are: 4 daughters: Mrs. Mel ville (Sylvia) Weeks of Kerrobert, Mrs. Jean Williams of Revelstoke, Mrs. William (Gwendolyn) Low of Delta, B.C. and Mrs. Bert (Feme) Vincent of Outlook 3 sons: Esmond and Douglas of Kerrobert and Bruce of Battleford; 1 sister: Mrs. Rhoda MacLellan of Vancouver; 21 grandchildren; 45 great-grandchildren and 1 great-great-grandchild. She was predeceased by: her husband Thomas Everett Allcock in 1958; bv 2 sisters, 2 brothers and 1 son: Nelson Steele Allcock in 1941. Donations to the Kerrobert Full Gospel Church missionary fund would be appreciated. Interment will take place at 3:30 P.m. Thursday, Sept. 11th at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, Saskatoon. Funeral arrangements are entrusted with Kerrobert Funeral Home. BEEBY The death of Albert E. Beeby age 93 years of the Sherbrooke Community Centre, Saskatoon occurred at his residence on September 8th, 1980. The Funeral Service will be held on Thursday, Sept. 11th, at 1:30 P.M. in the Chapel of McKague's Funeral Home, conducted by Pastor Jack Gordon, and Rev. Ben Kirkpatrick. Surviving are two daughters. Mrs. Cliff (Margaret) Moore of Clayton, Michigan, and Mrs. Ray (Ruth) Cairns, of Calgary, Alberta, four sons, Frank Beeby of Saskatoon, Bill Beeby of Kelowna, B.C., Jim Beeby and Fred Beeby, both of Saskatoon, five grandchildren, one sister in England. Mr. Beeby was predeceased by his vife, Katherine on July 9th, 1974, and by two sisters and five brothers. Mr. Beeby was born in England. He came to Maple Creek, Sask. in 1912 and resided there until moving to Saskatoon In 1947. Mr. Beeby was an active member of the Apostolic Church in Saskatoon when his health permitted. Interment will be made in the Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Guest parking directly south of McKague's Funeral Home, 3rd Avenue and 20th Street. FIRTH The passing of Mr. Edward Wilfred Laurier Firth age 82 years of 112 Hilliard Street East, Saskatoon occurred in a local hospital on Monday, September 8th, 1980. The Funeral Service will be held on Friday, September 12th at 2:00 p.m. conducted by Rev. Father A. J. Pich from Park Funeral Chapel, 311 Third Avenue North. Courtesy parking north of the Chapel. Surviving are: one son: Dale of Saskatoon; one sister: Mrs. Mary Muir of Toronto, Ont. and several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased bv his wife, Flo, in 1966 and by one brother, Joseph, in 1941. The late Mr. Firth was born in Toronto, Ontario where he resided until coming west in 1913 and was employed by the Canadian Pacific Railway. In 1928 he homesteaded at Christopher Lake, Sask. and married his wife, Flo, in 1931. Mr. Firth loined the Canadian Army in 1939 and served during World War Two until 1945 and following his discharge he. came to Saskatoon where he had since resided. Mr. Firth was employed with the Public Works Dept, in Saskatoon prior to his retirement. In lieu of flowers donations to the charity of the donor's choice would be appreciated by the family. Interment will take place In the family plot in Woodlawn Cemetery. Arrangements are in care of Park Funeral Chapel. MILLARD The death of Bradley Gordon Millard age 20 years of 814 6th Street East occurred suddenly in Saskatoon on September 7th, 1980. The Funeral Service will be held on Thursday September 11th at 10:00 a.m. from Christ Church-Anglican (Avenue E and 29th Street West) conducted by Archdeacon H.W. Brandrick and Rev. Brian Woodrow. (Memorial donations to the Allergy Foundation of Canada, Saskatoon Chapter, P.0 Box 1904 Saskatoon or to the Respiratory Research Development Fund CO Dr. J.A. Dosman, University Hospital, Saskatoon will be appreciated in lieu of flowers.) Surviving are: his parents Fred and Audrey Millard; 2 sisters Lauralee and Ellenor both of Saskatoon; grandparents Mrs. Luverne Millard, Saskatoon, and Mr. and Mrs William Carr, Edam, Sask.; also several aunts, uncles and cousins and a large number of friends and associates. Mr. Millard was born in St. Thomas, Ontario. He resided at Portage la Prairie where he attended elementery school and was a member of the Royal Canadian Artillery Army Cadats. Coming to make his home in Saskatoon in 1974 he attended Thornton School and Aden Bowman Collegiate. Mr. Millard was a member of the Canadian Army Cadets and was a drummer with the Pipes and Drums, North Saskatchewan Regiment. He had been an enthusiastic participant in various sports and athletic activities. Interment will take place in the Soldier's Field in Woodlawn Cemetery. Funeral Service arrangements in care of the Saskatoon Funeral Home. CASSOM (Pocha) The death of Also Winnitred (Pocha) wife of Mr. Bob Cassom, occurred on Sept. 5, 1980, in the Foothills Hospital, Calgary, Alberta. See was employed by Revelstoke & Co. until her severe illness. Born in the Prince Albert rural district on August 24, 1922. She is survived by her husband. Bob Cassom. her one daughter, Mrs. Everett Smith (Shirley) and husband Everett, one son Robert Dale and wife Patricia, three grandsons, Launey Smith, Kent Smith, and Christopher Cassom, all of Calgary, Alberta. Also, her mother, Mrs. Edwin Pocha. four brothers, Roy Pocha. Victoria, B C., Reuben, Larry, and Donald, all of Saskatoon. Predeceased by her father in 1976. Five sisters, Mrs. Owen Moore (Dorothy), Saskatoon, Mrs. Ben Petkau (Lorna), from Coquitlam, B.C., Mrs. David Leonard (Audrey), Port Coquitlam, B.C., Mrs. Charles R. McGrath (Margaret), of the Della, B.C., and Mrs. Rovce Umruh (Verna) of Prince George, B.C. Several nephews and nieces. Funeral Service was held at Ihe Garden Chapel, 540 )6th Ave.. N.W., Calgary, Alta., on Monday, Sept. Bth, at I p.m. Rev. David Brown of St. Edmunds Anglican Church officiating. Interment took place in Ihe Queen's Park Cemetery. PKPPLEY The death of John Peter Peppley age 80 years of 1401 10th Avenue North, Saskatoon occurred in a local hospital on Saturday, September 6th, 1980. The Funeral Service will be held on Tuesday, September 91h at 1:30p.m. conducted by Rev. R. Lemke from Park Funeral Chapel, 311 Third Avenue North. Courtesy parking north of the Chapel. Surviving are: his loving wife, Peggy; three daughters: Mrs. Merv (Leona) Wilson of Saskatoon; Mrs. Henry (Irene) Neu-dorf of Brandon, Man. and Mrs. Felix (Kathi) Miller of Edmonton. Alta.; two sons Clifford of Kamloops, B.C. and Jim of Ottawa, Ont.; fifteen grandchildren; nine greatgrandchildren; four sisters Mrs. Adolph (Susie) Jaster and Mrs. Phillip (Teana) Fauser, both of Medicine Hat Alta.; Mrs. Mary Kraft of Kelowna, B.C. and Mrs. Bob (Edna) Heitmann of Bismarck, North Dakota and one brother, August of Kelowna, B.C. He was predeceased bv his first wife, Lit, in October 1949, bv a son, Leonard, in March 1974 and by one brother Charlie. Mr. Peppley was born in Romania and came with his parents to the United States in 1907. In 1912 they moved to Saskatchewan and after living at several places came to Saskatoon in 1927 and had made his home here ever since. He was a long-time em ployee with the Quaker Oats Co., retiring in 1965 and from 1966 until 1977 he worked part time at Mid-West Litho Ltd. Mr. Peppley served with the Canadian Armed Forces dur ing World War Two. He belonged to the Pensioners and Pioneers Organization, was a member of the Fairfield Senior Citizens Club, a member of the Holiday Park Senior Citizens and was also a member of the Park Heights Community Centre. In lieu of flowers, contributions to the Canadian Cancer Society, 305-219 22nd Street East, Saskatoon, would be appreciated. Interment will take place in the family plot in Woodlawn Cemetery. Arrangements are in care of Park Fu neral Chapel.. Classified Index Deaths ICcnllnved) SENGER The death of Leo Senger, age 55 years, of Kerrobert, Sask. occurred accidentally near Edmonton, Alta, on Monday, September 8th, I960. The Funeral Mass will be held on Friday, September 12th, 1980 at 10:30 a.m. from the Church of the Assumption, Kerrobert, Sask. celebrated by Rev. Fr. R. Senger. Concele-brants were Bishop James Mahoney and Rev. Fr. B. Leowens, with other priests concelebrants. Prayers will be said in the church, Thursday evening at 7:30 p.m. Surviving are his loving wife Lillian, two daughters: Mrs. Darryl (Janice) Morris of Grand Prairie. Alta., Mrs. Miles (Wendy) Weatherhead of Dawson Creek, B.C., three sons: James of Grand Prairie, Alta., Trent and Allan of Kerrobert, Sask., three grandchildren, also his father Mike Senger of Kerrobert; two sisters: Mrs. Edward (Evelyn) Hoffart, Fort St. John, B C Mrs. Leo (Mar-lorie) Hoffart of North Battle-tord, Sask., two brothers: Mike of Tramping Lake. Sask., Fr. Raymond Senger of Saskatoon, Sask. Leo was predeceased bv his mother Mrs. Magdalena Senger and a sister Francis in infancy. Interment will take place m the Kerrobert Cemetery. Arrangements are entrusted to the Kerrobert Funeral Home. BOISSONNEAULT The death of Fernand (Fern) Boisson-neault age 67 years, of 2020 Herman Avenue, Saskatoon, occurred in a local hospital on September 8th, 1980. Prayers will be offered following the 7:00 p.m. evening Mass on Wednesday in St. Francis Xavier Roman Catholic Church. The Funeral Mass will be celebrated on Thursday, September 11th at 10:30 a.m. in St. Francis Xavier Roman Catholic Church. Celebrant of the Mass will be Rev. R. Senger. McKague's Funeral Home will be in charge of arrangements. Surviving are: his loving wife, Ev, two daughters, Mrs. Norman (Marcia) Holton, of Calgary, and Mrs. Jim (Janice) Cook, of Saskatoon, four sons, Jim of Calgary, Dale of Ottawa, Jerry of Edmonton, and Jeff at home, five grandchildren, Laurel Holton, and Michael Holton, and Melissa Cook, Jennifer Cook, and Kimberly Cook, two sisters. Miss Lorette Boissonneault, of Montserrat, West Indies, and Miss Yvette Boissonneault, of Calgary, and three brothers, Roy, of Calgary, Reg, of Vancouver, and Gerry, of Montreal. Mr. Boissonneault was predeceased bv his parents, and by an infant brother, Donald. Mr. Boissonneault Was born and educated in Rainy River, Ontario. He joined the Calgary in 1937 and served in England, Algiers, and Italy. Following his discharge in Calgary, he worked with a lumber company before joining the Canadian National Railways in 1945. Mr. Boissonneault married Evelyn Touet in April, 1949. He retired in Saskatoon as a locomotive Engineer in 1977. Mr. Boisson-. neault was active in the Brotherhood of Locomotive Fireman and Engineers, and was an active member of St. Francis Xavier Parish Church. The family would appreciate donations to a charity of choice. Interment will be made in the Roman Catholic Cemetery. Deaths fCoatimndf SLOBODA The death of infant daughter, Brandi Gail, occurred suddenly on September 8th, 1980. Surviving are parents, Mr. & Mrs. Bill Sloboda, of 1272 Argyle Road, N. Vancouver, formerly of Saskatoon, and one sister, Joelle Sloboda. Surviving Grandparents are Mrs. Eileen Aubert, Mr. William Sloboda, and Mr. & Mrs. Nick Kryway. SOROM The passing of Mrs. Ingeborg Adrine Sorom age 75 years of 1 308-535-24th Street East, Saskatoon occurred at her residence on September 8th, 1980. The Funeral Service will be held on Friday, September 12th, 1980 at 2 p.m. from Westwood Funeral Chapel conducted by Rev. A. A. Grundall, Surviving are: one son, Lorang residing in B.C., one daughter, Mrs. Elenore Winge of Saskatoon, also 4 grandchildren, Ken Winge, Karen Winge, Grant Winge and Mrs. Terry (Gail) Shule all of Saskatoon, and two greatgrandchildren, Michael and Mark Shule of Saskatoon, one brother, Ingebregt Ro-moren of Norway, three sisters, Betty Paulsen of New York, Mayen Blikshavn and Elisabeth Wilmann both of Norway. Mrs. Sorom was predeceased bv her husband Rier in 1960 by a brother John and a sister Kari Kvaleid and bv a son-in-law Orlind Winge. Mrs. Sorom was born in Lier, Drornen, Norway and came to Canada in 1946. For the past 28 years she had made her home in Saskatoon. Mrs. Sorom was member of Zion Lutheran Church. Donations to a charity of the donor's choice would be appreciated by the family. Interment will be made in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Arrangements are in care of Westwood Funeral Chapel WRIGHT The death of William Robert Wright age 93 years of 101 31st Street West, Saskatoon occurred at his residence on September 9th, 1980. The Funeral Service will be held on Friday, September 12th, at 1:30 p.m. from the Chapel of McKague's Funeral Home conducted bv Rev. Fred Davies. Surviving are: one daughter, Mrs. W. (Florence) Kachuk, of Saskatoon, one son, Frank Wright, of Clearbrook, B.C., five grandchildren, and one sister, Miss Agnes Wright, in Germany. Mr. Wright was predeceased by his wife, Alice, in 1964. Interment will be made in the family plot in the Woodlawn Cemetery. Guest parking directly south of McKague's Funeral Home, 3rd Avenue & 20th Street. ZELBA The passing of Mr. Stanley Zelba age 75 years of 2315 20th Street West, Saskatoon occurred at his residence on September 6th, 1980. The Funeral Mass will be held on Thursday, September 1 1 th, 1980 at 10 a.m. from St. Michaels Roman Catholic Church celebrated bv Rev. Dr O'Driscoll. Prayers will be said on Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m. at St. Michaels Church. Mr. Zelba was born in Lithuania and came to Canada in 1928. He resided at various points in Saskatchewan while working with the C.N.R. and for the past 20 years had made his home in Saskatoon. Interment will be made in the Roman Catholic Cemetery. Arrangements are in care of Wostwood Funeral Chapel. Funerals fConttwetl) PORTER A Memorial Service for the late John William (Jack) Porter was held in the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses in Wadena, Siask. on Monday, September 1. Robert Meikleiohn of Saskatoon presided with music bv Ruth Hew-son. Mr. Porter passed away in University Hospital, Saskatoon, August 29. Cremation, Arrangements by Saskatoon Funeral Home. Card Of Thanks Mf FAMILY and I wish to thank the Medical'Staff of City Hospital, 4th Floor East Wing, the caring team at the Cancer Clinic and especially Dr. Mel Langer who provided loving and professional attention to the end. In addition we wish to express our gratitude to friends and neighbours whose steadfast support had made the grief that much easier to bear. In deepest appreciation Harry Link and family. THE FAMILY of the late Alan Sheasbv of 930 East Centre, Saskatoon would like to thank everyone for all the acts of kindness shown in our recent bereavement; special thanks to Drs. Klassen, Neal, Nai-doo and Wvaat and the nurses and staff of 3DE University Hospital, also to Rev. R. S. L. McAdam and all our neighbours and friends who sent food, flowers, cards and helped out in many other ways. God Bless you all. Many thanks also to all who donated to the Cancer Society. Jessie Sheasby, Rod and Donna Sheasbv, Bob & Jan Sheasby & Medina & Arnold Helfenbein. Personal 14 BEER BOTTLES 40 do. POP. 8, 15s ea. Min. 20 doz. 1-253-4573. BIRTH CONTROL information. Planned Parenthood. 244-7989. FEED ONE adult tor $7.06 weekly Includes 1 lb. meat daily, choice of 8 fresh vegetables and grains. Free details, write: Es Kay Ent., Box 2020, Swift Current, Sask. FOR WEDDING RECEPTION, banquets, dancing. Accommodates 25-275. Marigold 664-3123. FEE ESTIMATES. TV, radio repairs. Mayfair TV, 6535366. LOVE BOUTIQUE Send 51.00 for catalogue Dirk's Discount Ltd. 233-20th St. W. S7M OW8. MRS. ANGELINA psychic reader. ESP readings by phone. If you are facing any difficult problems call now, 904-748-045S. MRS. SUMMERS, card, palm reader and advisor. All problems of life. AM readings private and confidential. Open from 9a.m. -9p.m. No appointment necessary. 652-0792. REGISTER NOW tor 6 weeks Reiu-vtnaflon Program. Phone 373-8307. Funeral Directors MCKAGUE'S FUNERAL HOME ROBERT J. MCKAGUE DONALD A. NEWBIGGING Phone 664-3131 300 3rd Ave. S. PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL Terry G. Michavliuk Donald Somers 311 3rd Ave. No. Phone 244-2103 SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME W. ARNOLD EDWARDS ROBERT F. DAURIE Ph. 244-5577 338 4th Ave. N. WESTWOOD FUNERAL CHAPEL Rae J. Murdock Phone 653-3434 20th St. & Ave. N. Crematoriums PRAIRIE VIEW CHAPEL Memorial and Cremation Services Highway 11 South 242-7884 Box 2061 Memorial Society ROSE MARKING DEVICES. 1318 20th St. West. 244-5885. Manufacturers of rubber sfamps, pocket stamps, self-inking stamps. SELF-CONFIDENCE Do you really have it? DALE CARNEGIE COURSES DO! Phone 652-5607 for recorded message SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS, churches, charities: professional fund raising services. 373-1279. SHAKLEE NATURAL Products. Distributorships avail. 373-8744. SWINGTIME NEWS Picture ads, dances. Bringing Western- Canadian swingers together since 1969. Confidentially $4 tor current issue or free details. B.E.C. Publications, P.O. Box 2410, New Westminister, B.C. V3L 5B6. THE CRISIS LINE needs volunteers. If you are warm, mature, and concerned, call 664-4618 for more information. Training provided. THE MESSY room: Creative problem solving in your family. A Pro Parent workshop. Sat. Oct. 13th. 1-4p.m. To register phone 665-6689. 1 HUNDERBIRD TRAVEL Offers personalized courteous travel service. For your travel requirements: Thunderbird Travel, 608 Spadina Cres. East, Saskatoon Ph. 664-2722, out of town call 1-800-667-8711. Personal Services 15 ACCOUNTING - INCOME done. 653-3498, after 5:30pm. AFTER BREAST SURGERY The COMPANION PROSTHESIS Information, 374-9707, Saskatoon ALL CARPENTRY, drywall. toping, Spraytex, Spantex, roofing, painting and stucco. Free estimates. 653-5637. ALTERATIONS 1 HOUR! Service from 8am-8prrj. All types of clothing. Days 244-4626, eve. 382-6550. BOSCO SOCIETY accepts memori al donations and legacies to establish treatment centres for young' sters who are very suicidal, highly delinqulnt or seriously addicted to drugs and alcohol. Mail to 2915 Pasoua St., Regina, Sask. S4S 2H4. Monuments FAMILY MEMORIAL ARTS 1005-20TH ST. WEST Wilf Michayluk Davs or evenings 652-2210. xsMpO 'A Memorial To Life' EMILY TABASNIUK FLORENCE MOOR 210 33rd St. East Saskatoon Phone 652-5363 STERLING MONUMENTAL CO. DISPLAY MONUMENTS Roger Blais ' 903 20th St. W. 653-5137 or 652-2325 Personal 14 ALL SEWING. Gowns, pant suits, dresses. Alterations 1 hour service. Davs 244-4626, eve. 382-6550. ANYONE KNOWING the whereabouts of Domirric Prlnet please contact P. Finnigan at 613-737-1711. ARE YOU PREGNANT? We can help both of you. Birthright 652-9991 . BUNNIES PALACE ESCORT SERVICES 244-8712 244-8725 11 am-3 am 7 DAYS A WEEK Funerals CARD & PALM READING & advis-ing on problems & wavs of life by Mrs. Ann. All readings private & confidential. Consulting in - Marriage, Love, Sickness & Health. For aopt. phone 343-0185 10am-8pm. BELISLE The Funeral Service of Barbara Anne Belisle who died on Wednesday, September 3rd, 1980 was held from St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church on Tuesday, September 9th at 10:00 a.m. conducted bv Rev. Father N. Corbett. Pallbearers were: Dennis Belisle, Frank Rozsa, William Boissoneau. Michael Belisle, Andrew Rozsa, Stan Miner. Interment took place in Woodlawn Catholic Cemetery. Arrangements were in care of the Saskatoon Funeral Home. WIGGINS The Funeral Service of Dora Anne Wiggins who died on Saturday, September 6th, 1980 was held from Trinity United Church on Tuesday, September 9th at 1:30 p.m. conducted bv Rev. Elton Adams. Honorary Pallbearers were: Rawson Preston, Harold Morpurgo, Mike Yano and Active Pallbearers were: Joseph Hayes, Harold Epp, Melford Bassendowski, Milton Taylor, Ronald Henderson, Dennis Henderson. Interment took place in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Arrangements were in care of the Saskatoon Funeral Home. CHECK US NOW Single, widowed, separated, divorced welcome Designed for companionship, casual dating, matrimony, correspondence 'Now in our 10th year of serving you with proven success 'Large established, respectable membership throughout Saskatoon and Saskatchewan Free confidential Interview no obligation Tor your dating arrangements calt: 665-1991 Or for further information or correspondence mail coupon below to: BEA'S DATA-MATE 158 2nd Ave. N., Saskatoon Or 2526-1 1th Ave. NAME ADDRESS TELEPHONE AGE B.N.T. TEXTURED ceilings. Exterior painting. Call anytime. Free estimates. 664-2630 or 653-4805. BOB'S NUISANCE removal. Call anytime. 664-2630 or 653-4805. BOTTLE DEPOT Downtown 665-6949 Cash tor beer & pop bottles. BUSINESS & PERSONAL typing. Ives Temporary Services, 301-219 22nd St. East. 652-9905. CALL US. Hauling rubbish, yards. Quick service. Reasonable rates. 653-0512. CARPENTRY, FRAMING, rooting, drywall. taping, spraytex. painting, finishing, free estimates. 373-8564. CARPETS AND lino installed. Reasonable prices. 374-6632. CLEAN & Scotchguard your upholstered furniture. Free est. 653-0877. Roelan Enterprises Ltd. IS DO SEWING and typing at home. Terri, 384-3072. DRESSMAKER Phone 373-8317. EXPERIENCED SEAMSTRESS Phone 382-9256. EXPERT TYPING on IBM Selec-tric. English major. 374-2805. FINESSE SEAMSTRESS. Specializing in dressmakinq for ladies and girls. Also, repairs and alterations. 384-7157 evenings. FLAMAN INVESTIGATION and Security Aoency Ltd. Uniformed guards-armed guards Specializing In divorce evidence & child custody Box 362. Saskatoon, 343-8979 FOR GARBAGE pick-up, hauling iunk & refuse call 382-9617. HAWAII WAKIKI Condo Daily, weekly or monthly. 652-4104, office hours only HELP YOUR childs success at school with private tutoring. Professional teacher is offering help in an elementary subiects as well as English and French in Grades IX and X. Social Studies and Economics Grade XII. Phone 374-4062 for appointment. I CAN HELP you with First Level French. Spanish or Typing. Phone 652-6907 before 12 noon. Woman or couples only. LORNE'S PROPERTY Mtce. Com merciol & private cutting, (lawns, weeds), tree pruninq & hauling, yard cleanup. No lob too big or too small. Free estimates. 382-3134 after 4:30pm. LUCY MITCHELL Professional DRESSMAKING COURSE (6 week) Is now being offered 373-8317 NEW LOW prices on driveways, patios, sidewalks, garage pads. Base-menl floors poured & finished. C$M. Concrete Finishers, 374-9189. PINE ROOM Banquets Receptions Parties - Seminars 1808 B Broadway Avenue For bookings call: 652-9734 STEAM X RENTALS hourly and daily rates. Free deliv-erv. 244-8308. COUPLE WOULD like to hear from persons who would eniov country driving trips for pleosuure. Phone 374-0234. DIACHUK'S INVISIBLE mending. Mon-Sat. 9-8pm. 244-6455. DIVORCED LADY, 39 would like to meet lonely, affectionate, serious gentleman for outings and companionship. This took a lot of courage to put in so why not write. Reply 395 B. Star Phoenix. EXECUTIVE escort SERVICES 665-3177 665-3123 10 am-3 am 7 DAYS A WEEK F ACL D WI1H A DRINKING PROBLEM? ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 31 1 220 3rd. Ave. South. Phone 665-6727 anytime The Problem Solvers Building, machanical or maintenance problems. New const., siding, renov., etc. Junk hauling, yard & basement cleanup. Useful articles disposed of. 244-7693. 24 hours. 1 2 ton and driver available for light moving, deliveries. 382-3478. UPHOLSTEREY & carpet cleaning, scotchguarding. Authorized scotch-guard distributor. Free est. Roelan Enterprises Ltd. 653-0877. UPHOLSTERY OF quality over 20 years of experience. Residential, commercial, automotive. Tree Est. Pick up and delivery. 664-4151, 382-2228. WANT A FENCE? Call us. We build fences. Free estimates. Call 382-6599. WE WILL wash windows insido'out. Phone 373-0298 for appointments. WILL DECORATE wedding cakes, make bridal bouquets, church, reception decorations. 244-8297 WILL DU fencing, decks & ghng. Phone Dennis, 387-9024. WILL DO SMALL house repairs. Phone 382-75)6. Lost and Found 16 FOUND in College Hark men's 3 or 5spd. Eaton's Glider. Claim by pay mg for ad. 34-6092. Lost and Found Continued) LOST; Dark gray mole cat. Clarence. Reward. 343-0861. LOST PUREBRED German Shepherd, black and silver, Westside (outskirts) of city. Childs pet. Reward. 382-8215. LOST SEALPOlNT Siamese, male, reward offered. Phone 382-1051 after 5:30. LOST small sized all black cat. From Bedford Road and Ave. I. Westmount area. Answered to 'Kato'. Reward. Call 652-9278. LOsT 2 black faced lambs from R.R. No. 5. Reward offered. 653 5842. LOST 6 month old female Siamese cat. Answers to the name Tony. Cumberland Ave. & 14th St. area. Reward offered 653-3480. $50 REWARD! Large, black female cat. copper eves, lost in Sutherland. 477-0169. , Appliance Repair Tenders 23 (Continued) TENDER Royal Canadian Mounted Police Sealed tenders in the envelope provided will be received bv the undernoted until 1400 Hours (CST) 1980. September 23 for the following proiect: Renovations to R.C.M.P. Detachment Building at Lamgan, Saskatchewan. Tender Documents may beobtaihed from: R.C.M Police P.O. Box 2500 REGINA, Saskatchewan S4P 3K7 Attention: K.W. KeMand Proiect Engineer (359-6635) The lowest, or any tender, will not necessarily be accepted. LARGE AND Small appliances repaired. Picked up and delivered. Reasonable rates. 382-9775. MAJOR APPLIANCE REPAIRS Fridges, freezers, washers. Guaranteed work. 343-6265. Vacuums & Washers AH types repaired & serviced. Evening calls done. 382-7239. Tenders 23 TENDER WALDHEIM SCHOOL ADDITION AND RENOVATIONS Tenders will be received bv the Owners at the offices of Ferguson Folstad Friggstad Architects up until 2.00 P.M., Central Standard Time, Wednesday, October 1, 1980, for the construction of Waldheim School addition and renovations. Plans, specifications and tender forms may be obtained from the off ice of Ferguson Folstad Friggstad Architects, 2233 Avenue C North, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7L 5Z2 on deposit of $50-00. Tenders are to be accompanied bv a Bid Bond or Certified cheaue In the amount stipulated In the specifications. Subtrade contractors shall file their Tenders In accordance with the Saskatchewan Bid Depository Regu lotions at the Saskatoon Construe tion Association, 532 Second Avenue North, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, S7K 2C5, on or before 2.00 p.m., Centrat Standard Time, Monday, September 29, 1980. Lowest or any tender will not neces sarily be accepted. Mr. K.R. Kraft SecretaryT reasurer Rosthern School Division 49 P.O. Box 489 ROSTHERN, Saskatchewan SQK 3R0 Tender A NORTHLANDS AGREEMENT PROJECT FOR GRADING Sealed tenders will be received bv the undersigned until 2:00 P.M. Regina City Time on the date shown for the work listed below, and will be opened in public immediately thereafter, IN ROOM 801 AT THE: HUMFORD HOUSE, 1855 VICTORIA AVENUE, REGINA, Saskatchewan. Tender forms and contract documents may be obtained from Operations Branch, Room 801, Humford House. 1855 Victoria Avenue, Regina. Contract No. C6Q040 For the construction of the Subgrade on Highway No !j6 from 1 km south of the Deschambault Lake Resort to the Puskwakau R er, a distance of 20.8 km. Approximate Quantities Earth excavation 340 000 m3 Haul 2 318 000 Select Subgrade Surface Course 100 000 m3 Haul Select 530 000 m3. km Deposit with Tender 5s-- of Tola. Bid Tenders close September 16. 1980. T. Gentles Deputy Minister Saskatchewan Department of Highways and Transportaton Tender WATER TREATMENT PLANT 1006 Denare Beach, Saskatchewan This Is a Canada-Saskatchewan Northlands Development Proiect iointlv funded bv the Canada Department of Regional Economic Expansion and the Department of Northern Saskatchewan. Sealed tenders will be received bv the Assistant Deputy Minister, Proiect Management Sector, Department of Northern Saskatchewan, c o the Tenders Clerk, Box 3003, 1004 1st Avenue West, Prince Albert. Saskatchewan, S6V 6G1, up to 2:00 p.m. Central Standard Time, September 24; 1980, and will be opened in public immediately thereafter. ' The work consists of construction of a Water Treatment Plant, complete with 680,000 litre underground water reservoir, installation of well pumps, approximately 400 metres of 100 mm water supply line and other miscellaneous works at Denare Beach. Saskatchewan. Tender documents may be obtained from the Tenders Clerk, Proiect Management Sector, Box 3003, 1004 1st Avenue West, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, S6V 6G1, on deposit of $100.00 drawn in favour of the Department of Northern Saskatchewan. This deposit will be refunded upon the return of the tender documents. In good condition, within thirty days after the opening date. Plans and Specifications may be viewed at Construction Association Offices in Regina, Saskatoon, Prince Albert. Green Lake and at Southam Building Reports, Winnipeg. Tender must be accompanied bv a bid bond or certified cheque in the amount of ten percent (10M of the tender price. The province reserves the right to reiect any or all tenders received. CITY OF SASKATOON Tendbr for Construction of Ducts, Manholes and Installation of Precasted Aanholes Sealed tenders, addressed to the Purchasing Agent, 88 24th Street East, SASKATOON, Sask. S7K 0K4, and plainly marked "Tender for Construction of Ducts and Manholes and Installation of Precasted Manholes" will be received and opened publicly at 2:00 P.M. CST on Wednesday the 17th day of September 1980, tor the following quantities: 1. Construction of 1600 meters of Duct Line (mainly 4 x 4). 2. Construction of 2 built on site manholes. 3. Installation of 14 precast manholes. Tenders forms, plans and specifications may be obtained from the Purchasing Office, after 8.00 A.M. Monday September 8, 1980. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. V. E. Bacon Purchasing Agent 88 - 24th Street East SASKATOON, Sask. S7K 0K4 OMRAIL PRAIRIE REGION NOTICE OF TENTATIVE TENDER CALL This is an advance notice of tenders which may be called during the winter of 198081 for the supply and stockpiling of crushed, screened and washed gravel ballast on or in close proximity in CN property on the following subdivisions: (a) Gravelbourg sub from Avonlea to Hodgeville (b) Avonlea sub from Avonlea to Moose Jaw (c) Central Butte sub from Regina to Moose Jaw (d) Glenavon sub from Regina to Kipling (e) Craik sub from Regina to Saskatoon Plans, specificaitons and tender documents will not be available until an actual tender call is advertised. A general guideline for Interested parties mav be obtained after Seo tember 8, 1980, from the following; Mr. P.J. MacDonald Regional Chief Engineer Room 460-123 Main Street Winnipeg, Manitoba or Mr. D.J. Horbay Regional Engineer. Grain Line 505-402, 21st Street, E. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan For further information, contact (306) 244-4820, Saskatoon, Sask. This notice is not a call for tenders nor a commitment to do so in the future. P.W. Kirk Manager, Purchases and Materials Winnipeg ELEMENTARY ADDITION TO RATUSHNIAK SCHOOL PHASE 2 Maidstone, Sask. Sealed Tender will be received In the office of the Battle River School Division, 5411 50th Ave., Llovdmm-ster, Sask. until 2:00 P.M. Central Standard Time, Oct. 3. 1980. The work consists of a one storey, 596 m2 masonry addition and renovation to existing school. Tender Documments mav be obtained by the General Contractor from the Architect's office on depos-of $50.00. This deposit will be refunded upon return of Tender Documents, in good condition, within Thirty days after the opening date. Tender Documents may also be reviewed at Construction Association Offices in North Battleford, Saskatoon, Regina. Edmonton, Moose Jaw, Lloydminster and Swift Current Sub-trade Contractors shall file their Tenders in accordance with the Saskatchewan Bid Depository Regulations at Saskatoon, before 00 P.M. Central Standard Time, Oct. 1,. 1980. Tenders must be acomanied bv a Bid Bond or Certified Cheque in the amount of 10Ja of Tender Prce. The Owner reserves the right to reiect any or all tenders received. MURAY M. CHCTHAM ARCITECT LTD. 1106 - 101st St. North Battleford, Sask. S9A 0Z6 BATTLE RIVER SCHOL DIVISION NO. 60 541 1 50th Ave. Llovdminster, Sask. S9V 1C2 DEPT. OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AND NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT TENDER REF. NO. R.O. 40-80 Construction of approximately 350 of 200 mm Sanitary Sewer complete with manholes and connections; Construction of approximately 30 m x 50 m lagoon complete with appurtenances and fence; and construction of approximately 120 m of 75 mm and 20 mm Watermain in same trench with connections fa serve the gymnasium at Poorman's Indian Reserve. Deputy Minister SEALED TENDERS, marked as to content, addressed to: Contracts Administration, Engineering and Architecture, 7332-1 1th Avenue, Regina. Saskatchewan, S4P 207, will be received up to: 2:00 p.m. C.S.T. September 23, 1980. AH tenders must be for a complete proiect as indicated in the tender documents. Tender documents can be obtained on deposit of $25 00 in the form of a CERTIFIED CHEQUE payable to THE RFCEIVER GENERAL FOR CANADA FROM: Contracts Administrator, Engineering and Architecture, Woodbine Place, 2332-11th Avenue, Regina. Saskatchewan, S4P 2G7. Examined at Indian and Northern Affairs offices and Construction Association Offices m Regina and Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. L A. Parker, P. Eng., Director, Engineering and Architecture, Saskatchewan Region.

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