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Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
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Friday, April 2, 1982 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Star-Phoenix C7 Star Phoenix Printed and published daily except Sundays and statutory holidays by Armadale Publishers Limited at the office of the STAR-PHOENIX, 204 Fifth Avenue North, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, S7K 2P1. Second Class Mail Registration Number 0098. Direct dial numbers for Star-Phoenix General 652-9200 Editorial 664-8231 Circulation 664-8320 Classified 653-2100 J.K. Struthers, Executive Vice-President; James E. Petro, Executive Editor; Ed Sebestyen, Marketing Manager; Merv Cary, Production Manager; R.O, Thompson, Advertising Manager; Jack Cook, Managing Editor; Wayne Wohlberg, Circulation Manager; Lawrence Geieel, Controller; Wilt Popott, Associate Editor. CLASSIFIED RATES Private Party Rates (Classified ads set Solid 6 pt.) The following rates apply to noncommercial private sales and services only, and are based on a count line, per insertion basis. The minimum charge is $2.50. Minimum size 2 count lines. . SUBSCRIPTION RATES By carrier $1.30 per week collected every four weeks MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year $110.00 $ months $56.00 3 months $29.00 1 month $11.00 Sat. Only yearly $27.00 BY MAIL IN U.S.A. & FOREIGN 1 year $395.00 6 months $195.00 3 months $100.00 Saturday only $86.00 OFFICE CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAY, SUNDAYS " 652-9200 Dealhs McKENZIE The passing of Mr. Donald Ernest McKenzie age 66 years of 1317 Avenue N South, Saskatoon occurred in a local hospital on Thursday, April 1st, 1982. The Funeral Service will be held on Monday, April 5th at 1 : 30 p.m. conducted by Rev. D. Elton Adams from Park Funeral Chapel, 31 1 Third Avenue North. Courtesy parking north of the Chapel. Surviving are: his loving wife Bellva; two daughters: Mrs. Blondy (Vlvl an) Johnson of Tessler, Sask. and Mrs. Gerald (Louise) Valade of Saskatoon; seven grandchildren; eight greatgrandchildren and four sisters: Mrs. Ada Fawcett of Thornbury, Ont.) Mrs. Gordon (Evelyn) Bowlnsof Heathcote, Ont.; Mrs. Alex (Pearl) Ber-thelot of Blind River, Ont. and Mrs. Roy (Ethel) Pether of Thornbury, Ont. He was predeceased bv his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel McKenzie and two sisters, Ena and Amelia. The ate Mr. McKenzie was born at aura, Sask. He later spent some time in eastern Canada where he married his wife 3ellva (nee Long) and re-urned west to Laura, Sask. in 1936. Mr. and Mrs. McKenzie 'armed at Laura until 1957 when they came to Saskatoon and have resided here since. Flowers are gratefully declin-ad and Memorial donations nay be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, 305 - 219 22nd street East, Saskatoon. The Pallbearers will be: Ken Johnson, Don Johnson, Ron Valade, Terry Valade, Ritch Braun, Bill Haffermehl. Interment will take place in the Laura Cemetery. Arrangements are in care of Park Funeral Chap-51. PENNY The passing of Mr. Sidney Hilbert Penny age 82 years of The Veterans Home, Saskatoon occurred in a local hospital on Wednesday, March 31st, 1982. The Funeral Mass will be held on Friday, April 2nd at 5:00 p.m. celebrated by Rev. Father R.L. Kleiter from Holy Spirit Roman Catholic Church, 114 Kingsmere Place. Prayers were said on Thursday evening, April 1st at 9:00 p.m. from Park Funeral Chapel. Surviving are: his loving wife, Violet; one son, Fredrick A. and his wife Laverne of Saskatoon; tour grandchildren; six great-grandchildren and one brother, Wilfred of Toronto, Ont. He was predeceased by one daughter, Sydney L. Blair, one great grandchild, Kerri Kasha and three brothers, Fred, Jack, and Walter. The late Mr. Penny was born in Barrie, Ontario and in 1922 came west to Winnipeg, Manitoba and married Violet Henderson in 1928. While in Winnipeg Mr. Penny was employed as a Conductor with the Canadian National Railway until retiring In 1964 and in 1981 came to Saskatoon where he had since resided. During the First World War Mr. Penny served overseas with the Third Battalion. Following crema tion, interment will take place in the Soldier's Field at Wood-lawn Cemetery. Arrangments are in care of Park Funeral Chapel. STEINHAUER The death of Edward Steinhauer age 86 years of Suite 20 2512 Louise Street occurred In a local hospital on March 30th, 1982. The Funeral Service will be held on Saturday, April 3rd at 1:30 p.m. from the Chapel of the Saskatoon Funeral Home conducted by Rev. A.A. Grundahl (Memorial donations to the Canadian Cancer Society appreciated in lieu of flowers) Surviving are: his wife Katie one brother and one sister in Germany; also a number of nieces and nephews. Mr. Steinhauer came to Canada from Germany to settle in the Kenaston district in 1913. He had farmed at Kenaston for 43 years prior to retiring to make his home In Saskatoon In November, 1963. Interment will take place In Woodlawn Cemetery. (Courtesy parking area south of the Chapel on 4th Avenue at 25th Street). Deaths (Coulmti) REYNOLDS The passing of Eric W. Reynolds occurred In a local hospital on April 1, 1982. In accordance with his wishes, there will be no Memorial Service. Mr. Reynolds Is survived by his wife, Katherine, and daughter, Geraldine, as well as two sisters In England. Cremation. Arrangements are In care of Saskatoon Funer al Home. MOWAT The death of Sinclair McKelvie Mowat, age 76 years, of 829 Wilson Crescent, occurred suddenly In a local hospital on Wednesday, March 3lst, 1982. The Funeral Service will be held on Saturday, April 3rd, at 10:30 A.M. from the Chapel of the Saskatoon Funeral Home, conducted by Rev. G. B. Mather. (Memorial donations to the Saskatchewan Heart Fund, 279 3rd Avenue North, will be appreciated In lieu of flowers.) Surviving are: two sisters: Mrs. Ruby K. Taylor, Saskatoon, and formerly of Outlook, Sask., and Mrs. Arnold Main (Phyllis), Saskatoon; and two nephews, Neil Taylor, Regina, and Gordon Main, Plymouth, Mass. Mr. Mowat was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, March Sth, 1906, and came to Canada with his family to settle in Saskatoon In 1912. He received his education at Nutana Collegiate, Saskatoon Normal School and the University of Saskatchewan, and had engaged in the teaching profession for 40 years. Mr. Mowat had taught at several Public Schools In Saskatoon and had served as principal at Princess Alex and Holliston School prior to his retirement in 1967. A veteran of the Second World War, he served with the Canadian Army in Canada and England, retiring with the rank of Captain in 1945. Interment will take place in Wood-lawn Cemetery. (Courtesy parking area south of the Saskatoon Funeral Home Chapel on 4th Avenue at 25th Street.) PARKER The passing of Mr. Roy Lockhart Parker age 92 years of Frank Eliason Centre, Saskatoon occurred at his residence on Thursday, April 1st, 1982. The Funeral Service will be held on Saturday, April 3rd at 3:30 p.m. conducted by Rev. N. Stewart Dingwall from Park Funeral Chapel, 311 Third Avenue North. Courtesy parking north of the Chapel. Surviving are: numerous nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his wife, Nell, in 1980, an infant daughter, Myrtle, in 1916 and his brothers and sisters. The late Mr. Parker was born in Hantsport, Nova Scotia and came west at a young age to Asquith, Saskatchewan. In the early 1940's he moved to Saskatoon where he had resided until his passing. Flowers are gratefully declined and Memorial donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, 305 219 22nd Street East, Saskatoon. S7K 0G4. Interment will take place in the family plot in Woodlawn Cemetery. Arrangements are in care of Park Funeral Chapel. CLEZY The death of Mrs. Dawn Leslie Clezy age 31 years of Kindersley, Sask. formerly of 1136 Macklem Drive, Saskatoon occurred accidently at Kindersley on Tuesday, March 30th, 1982. A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, April 3rd at 2:00 p.m. from Westwood Funeral Chapel conducted by Rev. Brian Walton. (Parking lot for those attending north of funeral chapel). Surviving are: her loving husband, Rod; one daughter, Llisa Dee and one son, Jeffrey John; her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. Taylor (Wllf and Audrey) of Saskatoon; one sister Mrs. Debbie Tilden and her husband Bill and son Ryan of Victoria; two brothers, Lan-ny and his wife Wendy and children Kevin and Laura of Toronto and Blair of Saskatoon; her grandmother, Mrs. Myrtle Williams of Saskatoon; her mother In law Mrs. Isabelle Clezy of Saskatoon and three sisters In law. She was predeceased bv her grandfather Mr. Rupert Williams. The late Mrs. Clezy was born at Saskatoon and attended Holliston Elementary School and Walter Murray High School here. She had lived all of her life in Saskatoon until moving to Kindersley In January this year. Mrs. Clezy was active In community activities at Massey Place and at Kindersley. Cremation. Arrangements are in care of Westwood Funeral Chapel (653-3434). WALLACE The death of Mrs Jean Wallace, age 82 years, of the Sherbrooke Community Centre, Saskatoon, occurred at her residence on March 31st, 1982. A Graveside Funeral Service will be held on Saturday, April 3rd, at 11:00 A.M. in the Glenside Cemetery, Glenslde, Saskatchewan, conducted by Rev. Austin Jagoe. McKague's Funeral Home will be in charge. Surviving are one son, William Wallace, and his wife, Jean, of Saskatoon; two grandchildren, Bill, and Jane, and a great-grandson, David, and one sister, Mrs. Bessie Colling wood of Vancouver, B.C. Mrs. Wallace was predeceaseed by her husband, William, by three sisters, Ethel, Tilly and Brownie, and by two brothers, Marsh and Harrv. Jean was born In Anabel Township, Ontario, in 1899. The Family moved to Glenside in 1902 and opened the first General Siore T.H. Lougheed Store. In 1929, she married Bill Wallace and they continued to operate the store until 1953. Mrs. Wallace was a member of the Outlook Chapter of the O.E.S. and long time member of the Hugh Cairns I.O.D.E. in Saskatoon Interment will be made in the Family Plot in the Glenside Cemetery. ZAKRESKI Tuesday, March 30th, 1982 Mrs. Norma Mary Zakreski age 51 years late of 36 Hudson Dr., Regina. Predeceased by her father Thomas Mahoney, her husband Orest 197, one brother Jerry. Mrs, Zakreski is survived by two daughters, Jean and Mary Anne Zakreski both of Regina two sons, Dan and Jim both of Regina; mother Mary of Saskatoon; four sisters, Veronica Galvin, Carol Simonin both of Calgary and Jean Mahoney of Belleville Ont., Florence Leader of Leslie, Sask.; two brothers, John ot Ghana, Africa, Michael of Banaff, Alta.; numerous relatives and friends. Funeral Service will be held Sat. April 3rd. 1982 at 11:00 am. at Christ The King Roman Catholic Church, 3239 Garnet St. with Rev. C. Gibney officialing. Interment in Riverside Memorial Park. Prayers will be held Friday evening at 7:30p.m. at Christ The King Roman Ca'hollc Church. Flowers most greatfullv declined. Friends so wishing may make donations in memorium to Sas katchewan Heart Foundation, 6-1942 Hamilton St. Regina. Ar rangements in care of Speers Funeral Chapel. Funerals CHAN The Funeral Service of Jack Chan who died on March 28th, 1982 was held from St. Thomas Wesley United Church on March 31st at 2:30 P.M. conducted by Rev. G. Redcllffe. Pallbearers were: Wing Mark, Ken Tsang, Peter Mack, Kam Fung, Hong Wong, Bing Seto. Interment was made in the Chinese section of Woodlawn Cemetery. McKa-gue's Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. McCUTCHEON The Funeral Service of Lottie W. McCutcheon, who died on Monday, March 29th, 1982, was held from the Chapel of Saskatoon Funeral Home on Thursday, April 1st, at 3:30 P.M. conducted bv Rev. John Wheeler. Pallbearers were: Lawrence Hitchings, George Hltch-Ings, Bill Mongovius, Danny Bailey, Adolt Friske and Cor, nellus Peters. Interment took place In Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. MILLER The Funeral Service for Mrs. Gladys Alverda Miller who died on March 29th, 1982 was held from Bethel United Church on April 1st at 1:30 p.m. conducted by Rev. Donald W. Laing. Honorary Pallbearers were: Clifford Milne, Harold Doig, Newell Bentley, and Alfred Willie. Active Pallbearers were: Wayne Miller, Gary Miller, Blair Miller, Terry Miller, Brian Miller, and Darryl Miller. Interment took place In the family plot In Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Arrangements were in care of Park Funeral Chapel. REESOR The Funeral Service of Harrv C. Reesor, who died on Monday, March 29th, 1982, was held from Parkview Presbyterian Church on Thursday, April 1st, at 1:00 P.M. conducted by Rev. Michael Tai and Rev. Robert Wilson. Pallbearers were: E. D. Peters, R. A. Stilling, R. Wilson, J. R. Power, G. W. Ward and Prof. A. J. Wirlck. Interment took place in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Arrangements in care of the Saskatoon Funeral Home. VANCE The Graveside Service of Mr. William James Vance, who died on March 30th, 1982, was held on Thursday, April 1st, at 2:00 P.M. conducted by Rev. G. Bruce McNeill. Pallbeareres were: Murray Sobchyshyn, Barry Althouse, Donald Knudsen, Carl Althouse, Rudy Althouse and Bob Toovey. Interment was made in the Kelvington Cemetery. Arrangements were in care of Westwood Funeral Chapel. In Memorlams ALU SON In loving memory of Hazel Victoria Allison who passed away April 2. I960. Her memory is a keepsake. With which we'll never part, God has her In His keeping, We have her In our hearts. Lovlngl remembered and sadly missed by grand daughter Hazel, Les. Tammy, Trine and Tina. GORDON In loving memory of father and husband Jack. Your presence Is ever near us. Your love remains with us yet. You were the kind of father. Your loved ones will never forget. Always missed by Bonnie, Brian, and Dennis. HAMILTON In loving memory of a beloved husband and brother Wesley, who passed away April 2nd, 1981. God hath not promised skies always blue. Flower-strewn pathways all our lives through; God hath not promised sun without rain, Joy without sorrow, peace without pain. But God hath promised strength for the days, Rest tor the labor, light for the wav, Grace for the trials, help from above. Unfailing sympathy, undying love. Sadly missed and always remembered. MUNRO In loving memory of a dear husband, father & grandfather, George Munro, who passed away April 2nd, 1974. Never more than a thought away, Quietly remembered every day. No need for words, except to say. Still loved and missed in every way. Always remembered by his wife Margaret, daughters, sons-in-law & grandchildren. STENSON In loving memory of our mother, Alma Stenson, who passed away April 2, 1981. We think of you in silence And often speak your name But all there is to answer Is the picture In a frame If we had all the world to give. We'd give it all and more Just to see your dear face Come smiling through the door. Ever loved and remembered by your family. STENSON In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother, who passed away on April 2nd, 1981. There was no time to say goodbye The day you passed away, You left us so suddenly One year ago today. Our hearts still ache with sadness And silent tears still flow For what It meant to lose you No one will ever know Sadly missed and will remain in our hearts always Irene, Alf and girts. STENSON in loving memory of our dear mother, grandmother and great grandmother, who passed away on April 2, 1981. In our hearts is a beautiful picture, More precious than silver or gold, It is the face of oour wonderful mother and grandmother, -Whose memory will never grow old, God came down from heaven He walked amidst the flowers. He stopped to pick the sweetest one. And the one he picked was ours, A golden heart stopped beating Her body is now in rest. God broke our hearts to prove to us. He only takes the best. The blow was hard, the shock severe. We never thought her death so near Only those who lost can tell, the pain of parting without tairwell, Dear God forgive our silent tears, A constant wish that Mom was here. Others where taken, yes we know. But she was ours and we miss her so. Lovingly remembered and sadly missed by Verna, Tom. Jody, Jim, Art, Judy, Lisa and Jennifer. Card Of Thanks THE FAMILY of the late Ella Grin-die wish fo express our deep gratitude and appreciation to our many friends, relatives and neighbors for many acts of kindness, for cards, food, flowers, calls and donations made In her memory. Our thanks to Dr. McKee, nurses, at St. Paul's Hospital. Rev. Dingwall, the soloist, the pallbearers and the Saskatoon Funeral Home. Your thoughtfulness will always be remembered. Vivian Davidson. Beatrice Storbo. Avis Hodgins. Funeral Directors MCKAGUE'S FUNERAL HOME ROBERT J. MCKAGUE DONALD A. NEWBIGGING Phone 664-3131 300 3rd Ave. S. Park Funeral Chapel Terry G. Mlchevliuk Donald Somers 311 3rd Ave. No. 244-2103 SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME W. Arnold Edwards Robert F. Daurie Ph. 244-5577 338 4th Ave. North WESTWOOD FUNERAL CHAPEL Rae J. Murdock Phone 653-3434 20th St. & Ave. N. Crematoriums PRAIRIE VIEW CHAPEL Memorial and Cremation Services Highway 11 South 242-7B84 Box 2061 Memorial Society 8 A MEMORIAL Donation or Thank offering to the Saskatoon Society for the Protection of Children will help prevent child abuse and neglect. Tax deductable. S.S.P.C., 2662 East-view, S7J 3G8 BOSCO SOCIETY gratefully accepts memorial donations and legacies to establish treatment centres for youngsters who are very suicidal, highly delinquent or seriously addicted to drugs and alcohol. Mall to Box 1755, Regina, Sask. S4P 3C6. Monuments FAMILY MEMORIAL ARTS 1005 20th ST. WEST Wiif Mlchayluk Days or evenings 652-2210, 374-9810. FOR ALL YOUR MEMORIAL REQUIREMENTS CONTACT XEMpO Emily Tabasniuk MEMORIAL COUNSELLOR 210 - 33rd St. E. (Ent. Woodlawn Cemetery) SASKATOON - 652-5363 STERLING MONUMENTAL CO. DISPLAY MONUMENTS Roger Blais 903 20th St. W. 653-5137, 477-0215 Personal 14 A CLASSIC TOUCH Escorts for the discriminating gentleman. Open 12 4 am. Cheques accepted. 934-6622 ALADDIN ESCORTS 384-4520 ALL ESTIMATES Free. Mayfair T.V. 414 33rd St. W. 653-5366. ANGELS TOUCH 6pen 7 days a week. Escorts for any occasion. Open from 11:00 a.m. 3 a.m. Phone 244-8712 ARE YOU going to California too this summer? Call me, 242-1164. ARE YOU PREGNANT? We can help both of you. Birthright 652-9991 . BIRTH CONTROL information. Planned Parenthood. 244-7989. BONJOUR SASKATOON 'French Quarter" Executive Escorts 665-3345 For every mood & every moment 10a.m. -5a.m. SPECIAL RATES CHEQUES ACCEPTED BUNNY'S PALACE Open 7 davs a week. Escorts for any occasion. Open from 11:00 a.m. 3 a.m. PHONE 384-6620 CANSAVE, The Canadian Save The Children Fund will hole its Annual Meeting, April 6th at 8p.m. upstairs at the Catholic Centre, 100 5th Ave. North. Everyone Interested In Can-save and In helping disadvanted children is cordially invited to attend. CONFUSED Don't Know Who To Call? LA ROSE ESCORTS 665-8622. DIRK'S LOVE SHOP Send $2.00 for catalogue Dirk's Discount Ltd. 233-20th St. W. S7M 0W8 EXECUTIVE ESCORTS 665-3)77 665-3123 10 a.m. 3 a.m. FANTASY Escorts for all occasions 12 pm - 4am Cheques accepted 934-0633 Personal 14 (Continued) Experience the pleasure of EVE'S GARDEN Exotic Escorts 665-3360. FACED WITH A DRINKING PROBLEAA? ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 311 220 3rd. Ave. South. Phone 665-6727 anytime FLY Saskatoon Toronto Return. Depart April 5th & 7th. Return April 16th. $243 each obo. 665-0718. Happiness Is L&ve-Frlendship Going Places Seeing New Faces People People Needing People Your HAPPINESS is our concern Call 665-1991 BEA'S DATA-MATE 1S8 2nd Ave. N., Saskatoon or 2425 13th Ave., Regina HONEST FEMALE 22 years wishes to meet sincere male close In age. Interests include music, dancing, sports. Box 430A Star-Phoenlx. FOR THE DISCRIMINATING GENTLEMAN 7 DAYS A WEEK, 11 A.M. 3 A.M. MONTREAL AGENCY moves to I Saskatoon. Experienced Escorts needed. Photo preferred. All replys confidential. Reply to Box 425 A, Star Phoenix. NEED CREDIT? Instantly obtain Visa and Mastercard legally with no credit check, 10 page booklet. Send $5.00 to Consumer Awareness Re-1 ports, P.0 Box 4764, Regiria, Sask. S4P 3Y4. NEED MOVING? Call S. H. Co., $25hr. 652-7125. NEED TO TALK? Marriage problems? Depressed? Pressures of life getting to you? Spiritual problems? Then call: LIFE ENRICHMENT CENTRE. Phone: 374-9748. 2617 7th St. E. Office appointments, Mon., Wed. & FrL, 9-5pm. Other days ph: 374-9748. NEWCOMERS Escorts for all occasions 374-1862 PLANNING Motor Vacation. Would I like responsible travel companion. I Age not important. Driving skills I not required. Dates, duration, route and stop-overs open. Please reply with recent photograph (if avail-1 able) to Box 428A, Star Phoenix. ROSE MARKING DEVICES. 131B 20th St. West. 244-5885. Manufacturers of rubber stamps, pocket stamps, self-inking stamps. SASKALONE Social Club Anniversary Dance for members and guests I will be held on Saturday, April 3rd I at the Downtown Army 8i Navy 1 Hall, Music by Frank Ball. SHAKLEE NATURES' Products. Distributorships avail. 373-8744, Swingtime News 64 pages of pictures, swinger ads & club listings, published since 1969, $5 for sample copy. Discretion & sincerity guaranteed & required. Cy Club, P.O. Box 2410, New Westminster, B.C., V3L 5B6. 435-7202. UNATTACHED GENTLEMAN late 20's wishes to meet liberated attractive lady for mutually eniovable encounters and companionship. Reply with photo to Box 408 A, Star-Phoenix. WANTED ONE Bike Bunny for the 1982 season. No experience necessary. Will train the right girl. Reply to: Box 418A, Star-Phoenix. WILL DO TYPING: Call 477-0111 between 9:00 5:00 P.M. Personal Services IS ACCOUNTING, income tax, experienced accts. good rates 665-7555. ALL SEWING. Gowns, pant suits, dresses. Alterations 1 hour service. Days 244-4626, eve. 382-6550. ALL TYPING services with speed and accuracy, photo copies available, phone Pat, 652-8229 anytime. ALTERATIONS and Repairs by experienced seamstress. 374-7091. APPLIANCE MOVING! 1 day notice please. Call anytime. 653-2321. BEAUTY WORKS 908 Broadway, every Thursday evening special, haircut $6., haircuts for one and al Phone 652-2130, no appointments necessary, located by the OK on Broadway, good parking. BOTTLE PICK-UP. Cash. Town & country light hauling. John 242-0050 BUSINESS SERVICES Typing, Word Processing & Copying. IVES Business Services, 208 219 22nd St. East, 652-9925. CALL US. Hauling rubbish. Prompt service. Reasonable. 653-0512. CARPET INSTALLATION. Guaranteed work -at reasonable rates. Phone Ken at 934-3618. COPPER IN one of the beautiful ways and elegant ways to decorate your home. If you would like information on how you can have fun at a Coppercraft Party and get beautiful items for your home at little cost call me. It only takes a few hours of your time to get these beautiful items, quite often you the hostess get them at no cost. Call anytime Jackie 934-1938. WILL DO BOOKKEEPING, Typing & Payroll In my home. Ph. 382-4197 ECKANKAR A Way of Life. 24 Hr. Recorded Message. Ph. 653-2136. EXPERIENCED SEAMSTRESS will do custom drapery, have own fabric samples. 931-2623. EXPERIENCED TYPIST Will do typing. Call 373-3973 EXP. PROFF. stylsit. Will do cuts, perms, in your home. 664-8574 morn. FLAM4N INVESTIGATION And Security Agency Ltd. Specializing in Surveillance, Divorce Evidence, Child Custody. Uniformed Guards Armed Guards, Box 362 Saskatoon, 343-8979. FOR GARBAGE pick-up, hauling lunk 8, refuse. Call 382-9617. HANDYMAN. REPAIRS and odd lobs. 382-1103. HAWAII WAIKIKI Condo Dally, weekly or monthly. 652-4104, office hours only Income Tax. Acct'mg, Investments, Consulting, will pick-up. 6533498 INCOME TAX, child tax credit and payroll done. 244-8245. 401 Ave O. S. INCOME TAX DONE ',iene Harder. 242-7990. I Income Tax Returns Fast and accurate service, competitive rates with reductions for senior citizens. Call Northland Financial Planning Associates 934-2788 or evenings and weekends 244-6790. INCOME Tax services at reasonable rates Can pick up, Bill 244-4054. HOME MAINTENANCE cere. Odd lobs, painting. 477-0975. HOME PERMS given in my home $15 and you supply the perm. 10 years experience. Phone 374-7377. Income Tax Services Experienced. Competitive rates. Evenings and weekends. 373-4773. Income Tax, 530 Ave. W. S. Guaranteed work. Phil Boehmer, 384-6396. I WILL repair any household appliance except for fridges. Moffat stove for sale. 6651745. L & L LANDSCAPING Top soil, manure, turfing and feeding, and bobcat services. Tree re movat and yard clean up. Free esti mates. Phone 374-6236. DRAPERY CLEANING I Guaranteed Length. Take-down and Re-hanglng service. On-The-Spot Dry Cleaners 205 33rd St. W. 244-5792 Located at ON-THE-SPOT DRY CLEANER9 205 33RD ST. W. Phone 244-5792 Expert tailoring, alterations and repairs, all clothing. MINUS ONE Club Dance. FrL April 2nd at Downtown Lagion Hall at 9pm. Music by New Variations. Western Night. For more info call 652-4078, 653-0230 or 665-2035 $$Mortgages FundsSS Call Crocus Financial Consultants 665-6355" NUISANCE REMOVAL SI 5.00 AND UP 653-2321 PAINTING & Basement renovations. Free estimates. Phone 382-1608 or 374-5354. PIANO TUNING. Minor repairs. Satisfaction guaranteed. 384-0194. POP & BEER BOTTLE PICK UP. Cash paid. 934-4449. REFLEXLOGY, Ingham method. For appointment call 382-8129. REG HUNKS wishes to announce the opening of his public accounting office at 1016 Sth St. E. Accounting, bookkeeping, Income tax. 25 yrs. accounting & Income tax exp. 11 yrs. with Revenue Canada. 343-9336. SASKATOON TAX Clinic for personal and farm income tax, & farm accounting. Phone 373-2113. SEE ABOUT your past, present, future. Have a psychic reeding with Chalen, one of Canada's leading psychics. For information call Holiday Inn ask for Kerry 244-2311 Room 1111. SPOUSE LOCATORS SERVICE We will help you find a serious loving marriage partner. Does It matter how you meet. Write: P.O. Box 7954, or phone: 652-5191, Saskatoon, or evenings: 244-9875. TAPING AND texture. Reasonable rates. Ph. 384-1689. Vi TON and driver available for light moving, deliveries. 382-3478. WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY. For booking phone 384-2371. WILL DO car stereo installing, call 384-6806, ask for Bob. WILL DO TYPING. 6873. Phone: 652- WILL PREPARE personal income tax returns at reasonable rates at 15. minimum charge. 384-3610. WISE OWL LEARNING CENTRE; TUTORING In basic academic subjects. English as a second language, study skills. Phone 343-0685 or 653-2017. WORD PROCESSING Letters, reports, manuscripts, dialdictates, type setting, copying, binding, publishing. COMTYPE 304, 1 15 2nd Ave. N. 244-8600. WRITING TUTORIALS Fitted to your Interests covering vocabulary, sentences, paragraphs, punctuation Open to anyone. Wise Owl Learning Centre 653-2017 or 343-0885. 2 LADIES will paint, clean, nonva-cant houses, suites 1 apts. 373-2044. Lst an Fund 18 FOUND LADIES Wrist Watch. Cali 374-4320. LOST : Exercise bike, approx. 4mi. east of Cfavet, Friday, March 26th. Reward. Call collect: 946-3712. LOST : Small white Samoved Sheltie cross, Floral area, E. of City. Answers to name of Sam. Reward I Call 374-2344. LOST WHITE, orange and black female cat, 9 mos. old, 3100 block of 11th Street W. 382-9755. REWARD lost Shepherd Cross 3 mos. old, 200 block East South. 664-1934 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. WILL THOSE people who picked up our white spayed female cat on Ave. H No. please return her for a high reward. Ph. 242-6953. Appliance Repair 17 ADVANCED REFRIGERATION & APPLIANCE REPAIR Call 244-HELP (24 hours) Coming Events 19 R08ETOWN & DISTRICT Singles Club are celebrating their 5th Anniversary Bail. Held Saturday, April 3rd, at Zealandia Hall. Nite Riders providing music. Notices 22 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE ESTATE OF MARY ALBERTA GRACE MORRISON, LATE OF SASKATOON, 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 23rd day of April, A.D. 1982. CANADA PERMANENT TRUST COMPANY 170 2nd Avenue South Saskatoon, Saskalchewan S7K 1K5 Executors of the Estate of MARY ALBERTA GRACE MORRISON, deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE ESTATE OF SAMUEL WILLIAM BLOCK, late of the City of Saskatoon, In the Province of Saskatchewan, Farmer, 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 23rd dav of April, A.O. 1982 LAMARSH. EMIGH, PRESTON, CAREY, ZiEGLER & LINN Barristers and Solicitors 420 - 24th Street East Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 0K6 ATTENTION: MR. T. E. TURPLE SOLICITORS FOR THE EXECUTRIX NOTICE OF SALE OF GOODS BY SASKATOON PUBLIC STORAGE For payment of storage charges accrued to date plus any additional Charges. BRAD BETZ, last known address 621 Gtadmer Park, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, 10x10 full of household good stored since July 18, 1980. Charges accrued to April 17, 1982 $161.19 Plus the cost of ad $42.92 Goods wilt be offered for sale by public auction by Saskatoon Public Storage at Saskatoon Auction Mart Ltd., in the City of Saskatoon on Saturday, April 17, 1982 at 10:00 A.M. NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Estate of Francis Drage, late of the City of Saskatoon, in the Province of Saskatchewan, deceased. All claims against the above Estate, duly verified by Statutory Declaration with particulars and valuation of security held, If any, must be sent to the undersigned before the twenty-eighth day of April, 1982. McKERCHER, McKERCHER, STACK, KORCHIN & LAING 3rd Floor, 374 Third Avenue South Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 1M5 Solicitors for the Estate (Attention: R. W. Elson) NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF FIRST MEETING (Sec. 68(1) ) In the matter of the bankruptcy of PRAIRIE FOOD SYSTEM LTD. of the City of Saskatoon In the Province of Saskatchewan ORDINARY ADMINISTRATION Notice Is hereby given that PRAIRIE FOOD SYSTEM LTD. made an assignment in bankruptcy on the 29th dav of March, 1982, and that the first meeting of creditors will be held on the 19th day of April, 1982, at the hour of 9:45 o'clock In the forenoon, In the Board Room, Consumer Affairs Branch, 3421 8th Street East, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, and that, to be eligible to vote, creditors must file with me, prior to the meeting, proofs of claim, and where necessary, proxies. Claims against the estate must be filed with the Trustee before distribution Is made; otherwise the proceeds of the estate will be distributed among the parties entitled thereto without regard to such claims. Dated at Saskatoon this 30th day of March, 1982. R. R. Surgeson, Trustee TOUCHE ROSS LIMITED 900 CN Tower Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 1J7 NOTICE TO ELECTORS The Board of Education of St. Paul's R.C.S.SD. No. 20 advises its electors that it intends to apply to the Local Government Board of Saskatchewan for permission to borrow funds by wav of debenture issue. Such funds ere required to pay for pari of the cost of the following capital construction. ST. BERNARD SCHOOL Five classrooms plus auxiliary and storage areas. Total Cost $678,017. To be Borrowed 1397,000. PORTABLES, various locations St. Augustine (3), St. Mark (6), Sr. O'Brien (4), Father Vachon (2), Bishop Roborecki (2), St. George (2), Sion (2). Total Cost $1,580,907. To be Borrowed 1930,000. The Board of Education will receive personal or written representations from its electors with respect to the proposed borrowing. Such representations are to be submitted to the Board of Education at Its regular meeting on Wednesday, April 14th commencing at 7:30 p.m. In the Board of Education office at 420 22nd Street East. Rural Municipality of Aberdeen No. 373 Notice Is hereby given that the assessment roll of the Rural Municipality of Aberdeen No. 373 for the year 1982 has been prepared and is now open to inspection at the office of the secretary of the municipality, until the time for the lodging of appeals has expired, from 10 o'clock in the forenoon to 4 o'clock In the afternoon on the following davs: Monday to Friday inclusive. Any person who desires to obiect to the assessment of himself or of any other person must, within twenty days after the date of publication of this notice In The Saskatchewan Gazette, lodge his complaint In writing with the secretary of the municipality. Dated at Aberdeen, Saskatchewan, this 2nd day of April, 1982. Gerry Schmidt Assessor Tenders 23 TENDER FOR DEMOLITION Sealed tenders for the demolition of 8 dwelling units In the City of North Battleford, will be received by the undersigned until 4:00 p.m. Central Standard Time April 21st, 1982, and will be opened Immediately thereafter in the Board Room at 1000-2500 Victoria Avenue. Regina, Saskatchewan. Tender forms and contract documents may be obtained from: Saskatchewan Housing Corporation Department of Appraisals 1000-2500 Victoria Avenue REGINA, Saskatchewan S4P 3V7 Phone No. 565-4161 The contract generally involves: The demolition and removal of all existing structures from the site. The demolition and removal of all existing footings, foundations, walls, and pads. Backfilling of existing basements or cellars. Levelling of the site. Each tender must be accompanied bv a $2,500.00 security deposit in the form of a bank draff which shall be retained until the contract is complete. Saskatchewan Housing Corporaton reserves the right to reiect any or all tenders. Dave MacDougall Director of Appraisals TENDER For A-23 CS Maytag Commercial Washers, tenders will be received bv the undersigned until Monday. April 12. 1982. For 5 Maytag Commercial Washing Machines, either new or not more than 4 years old, in good working condition. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Grevstone Laundromat co 406 Douglas Cres. Saskatoon, Sask. S7L 4TS HERMAN i UBittfiH lirtmtt 'I've nearly finished this. Got any furniture polish?" Tenders 23 (Continued) SASK&TEL TENDER CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTER LONGMAN CRESCENT REGINA, SASKATCHEWAN Sealed tenders will be received up to 2:00 P.M. C.S.T., Thursday, April 29, 1962 in the office of the Assistant Vice President, Buildings, Supplies and Services, 12th Floor, 2121 Saskatchewan Drive, Regina, Saskatchewan, S4P 3Y2, at which time tenders will be publicly opened. Only general contractors (or their representatives) who have bid on the work will be allowed to attend the opening. Sub-trade tenders shall close in accordance with Bid Depository Regulations at Regina, Saskatchewan on Tuesday, April 27, 1982. The work includes: The construction of a 3520 square meter structural steel building with concrete pile and grade beam foundation, precast and poured in place of floors, brick and prefinished metal exterior. Related site work and paved parking lots. Tender packages may be obtained from the office of the Assistant Vice President, Buildings, Supplies and Services, on deposit of a $200.00 che-oue, which will be refundable If the tender package is returned in good condition within four weeks of the tender closing date. No refunds will be given if the tender package is returned after May 27, 1982. General Contractors must submit their quotations as specified in the "Instructions to Bidders", accompanied bv a 10 Bid Bond or Certified Cheque. A Performance Bond, Labour and Materials Payment Bond and Insurance as specified In the General Contract Condition will be required from the successful bidder. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. Telephone Inquiries related to the project should be directed to Mr. George Beckett at 347-2044. G.A. Spencer Assistant Vice President Buildings, Supplies and Services 12th Floor SASK TEL 2121 Saskatchewan Drive Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 3Y2 INVITATION TO TENDER FOR MAKWA SAHGAIEHCAN BAND COMMUNITY CENTRE MAKWA LAKE INDIAN RESERVE 129A LOON LAKE, SASKATCHEWAN Offers under seal from general contractors will be received on behalf of the owners by Federated Co-operatives Limited, Retail Development Department (Design) located on Third Floor, Saskatoon Square, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, before 2:00 p.m., C.S.T., Tuesday 4 of May 1982. Tender documents for a Stipulated Price Contract may be obtained from the office of Federated Co-operatives Limited's Retail Development Department (Deisgn), located on Third Floor, Saskatoon Square, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Documents can only be obtained by General Contract Bidders. Subtrades, suppliers and others may view tender documents at the offices of Federated Co-operatives Limited's Retail Development Depart-metn (Design) and the Saskatoon, Prince Albert, North Battleford, Lloyd-minster, Construction Association plan viewing facilities. Sub-trade contractors shall file their tenders In accordance with the regulations of Saskatchewan Bid Depository at the Saskatoon bid Depository located at 532 2nd Avenue North, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan before 2 P.m., C.S.T. Tuesday 27 ot April 1982. Provide all tender security requirements and bid bonds as described in the Instructions to Bidders. Submit on the form provided. The Owner, Makwa Sahgaiehcan Band reserves the right to accept an offer which is deemed most advantageous. The lowest or any offer will not necessarily be accepted. Federated Co-operative Limited Retail Development Department Design P.O. Box 1050 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 3M9 JUDICIAL SALE OF COMMERCIAL PROPERTY FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1982, 2:00 P.M. PURSUANT TO COURT ORDER, made In the action between Credit Fonder vs. F. B. Holdings, Robert Baron, Joseph Farkas, Midland Industrial Structures Ltd., The Bolt Supply House Ltd., Custom Paving Co. Ltd., Dominion Waste Management Ltd., Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce and Patrick Joseph Maguire, there will be offered for sale by public auction, under the direction of the law office ot Messrs. McDougall, Ready, Wakeling, at the Court House, 2425 Victoria Avenue, Regina, In the Province of Saskatchewan, on Friday, the 16th day of April, 1982, at 2:00 p.m., certain land and premises described as follows: Lot "C", in Block Nine (9), In Ross Industrial Area, In the City of Regina, in the Province of Saskatchewan, in the Dominion of Canada, according to a plan of record in the Land Titles Office for the Regina Land Registration District as No. 73R43942. EXCEPTING THEREOUT all mines and minerals by virtue of the regis-traton of Plan No. 65R29319. CIVIC ADDRESS OF PROPERTY: Civic address of property is known at 473 McDonald Street, Regina, Saskatchewan. THE PREMISES WILL BE SOLD, SUBJECT TO: 1. An upset (or reserve) price of $65.000 00 but 2. Clear of all encumbrances, except taxes and arrears of taxes owing to the city of Regina. BIDS MAY ALSO BE SUBMITTED TO THE SAID LAW FIRM BY REGISTERED MAIL. ON THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS: 1. Each bid shall be received at the office of the said law firm, at the above indicated address, not later than Thursday, April 15, 1982. 2. Each bid shall be accompanied bv a certified cheque in the amount of 10 of the bid and if the bid Is not successful the cheque will be returned to the bidder bv the said taw firm. 3. Written bids shall be treated by the said law firm as a bid at the sale. TERMS OF THE SALE: 10 cash at the time of the sale and the balance to be paid to the said law firm not later than May 7, 1982. The transfer of title and sale are to be duly confirmed within five weeks from the date of the sale. The Plaintiff and all of the Defendants are at the liberty to bid at the sale. Further particulars mav be obtained from Mr. Michael W. Milani or Mr. R. Shawn Smith, co Messrs. McDougall, Ready, Wakeling, 700 Royal Bank Building, 2010 11th Avenue, Regina, Saskatchewan, $4P QJ3, telephone no. (306 ) 527-1641, where cooles of the Decree Nisi for Sale referred to above mav be examined, and where arrangements can be made for the viewing of the premises. DATED at the City of Regina, in the Province of Saskatchewan, this Sth day of March, A.D. 1982. McDougall, Ready, Wakeling Per: Michael W. Milani Tenders 23 (Continued) CITY OF WYBURN TENDER FOR CONCRETE SIDEWALKS AND CURBING Sealed tenders will be received by the City of Wevburn until 2:00 p.m., Wednesday, April 21, 1982 for the construction of the following works; !,486 square meters of sidewalk 1,866 lineal meters of rolled curb and gutter 454 lineal meters of barrier curb and gutter I,116 lineal meters of barrier curb Plans, specifications and form of tender may be obtained from the Office of the City Engineer, P.O. Box 370, Weyburn, Saskatchewan, S4H 2K6, upon deposit of 150.00 In cheque made payable to the City of Wevburn; Each tender must be accompanied by a certified cheque In the amount of 5 of the contract price. The City reserves the right to reject any or all tenders. J. J. Norman CITY ADMINISTRATOR CNRAIL TENDERS FOR REMOVAL OF TRACK MATERIAL & BRIDGES (1) Meskanaw Subdivision between Meskanaw and Melfort, Saskatchewan 20. 34 miles of track (2) Gravelbourg Subdivision between Neidpath and Hodgevllle, Saskatchewan 12.12 miles of track. Sealed tenders addressed to the Manager, Purchases and Materials, Canadian National Railways, Tran-scona, Manitoba, will be received up to 2:00 p.m. Central Standard Time, 16 April 1982. Tender documents related fo each project may be obtained from: Regional Chief Engineer Room 460, CN Station Winnipeg, Manitoba Track and Roadway Engineer CN Tower Saskatoon, Saskatchewan For further information, contact Mr. R. J. Meleskie, Planning Engineer, (204) 946-2286, Winnipeg, Manitoba. P. W. Kirk Manager Purchases & Materials Transcona, Manitoba

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