Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada on December 5, 1981 · 45
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Regional Cli Saturday, December 5, 1981 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Star-Phoenix Mom, daughter reunited after seven-year search PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. (CP) -After years of praying and searching, a Prince George woman and her daughter soon will be reunited. The daughter, Norma Louise Ward of Edmonton, has been searching for her mother for the past seven years, and called her mother Friday morning. , What a Christmas present," Ce-cile Murray said. The dumb laws we used to have," meant her child was taken from her shortly after birth. Murray was 14 and was put in a reform school for being pregnant so young. She (the baby) was taken away from my arms. Although the boy who was the father wanted to marry her, the law wouldn't allow it. she said. All Ive been doing since, is crying and praying that my daughter comes back to me. She said she was told by government officials that she had to sign adoption release papers, but she refused. Added to her problems was that as a native Indian she faced other constrictive laws. I wouldn't sign nothing. I held her and I kissed her and 1 gave her a name (the current one). I loved her and Ive always loved her. I never quit loving her." She tried to trace her daughter but officials would not tell where they had sent the baby. Without release papers the baby was placed in a white foster home rather than placed for adoption. But, thank God, she doesn't hold , anything against me, she said. The daughter sought the help of a church organization and officials of that group began working through native Indian socieites, tracing names. She has been searching for about seven years. NASBYS UNRESERVED EQUIPMENT S TRUCK AUCTION SALE Monday, December 14, 10:00 am Sharp AT NASBYS AUCTION SITE 9', miles West of Edmonton & Mile South on Pioneer Road Selling tor Government Services plus various Contractors. Trucking Firms, Companies & Individuals CRAWLER TRACTORS: 1974 Cat D7F. 1974 IHC TD20C. Cat D6 9U. IHC T09 1966 Cal 04. etc. LOADERS ft BACKHOES: 1976 Massey Ferguson MF80. t976 Massey Ferguson MF70 Ti actor Loader Backhoes, Thomas 2230, Gehl 4600, Gehl 4600 Skid Steer Loaders, etc GRADERS. DITCHERS, SWEEPERS, TRENCHERS: 1971 Champion OfeOOB. 1969 Champion 600B Motor Graders, etc. TREE FARMERS 4 SKIDDERS: 1979 IHC S8 Une Skidder. etc TRUCKS: Appro. 50, 1980 and down Ford. White, Mack, IHC, Neils International. GMC. Dodge, Chev, Mercury. M M , Conventional. Gravel. Grain, Tractor equipped. C C. 4X4's, . i and 1 Tons etc 1981 White Western Star TA. 1978 GMC Brigadier General T'A. 1974 Mack RS 7001 TA. 1971 Kenworth 923 TA. 1970 IHC T'A Gravel. 1967 IHC R190 TA Gravel. 1965 GMC 7000 TA. 1976 Ford 760 Tag Aie 1975 Chev 6500 SA. 1974 Ford Louisville 800 SA 1974 GMC 6500 SA 2-1972 IHC 1700 S-A's 1930 Ford F350 IT. 1930 Ford F150 iT, 1980 Ford F250 4X4. 1950 Ford F250 T. I960 Dodge Ram Chafer 4X4, 2 1978 Ford F25Q Crewcab 4X4'3. 1978 Toyota Landcruiser 4X4. 1977 Ford 600 CreAcab C C. 1976 Jeep Series 10 4Wh Dr.. 2-1976 Ford F100 & F150 T's. 3-1975 Chev Series 25 JT s, 1974 Dodge Senes D200 12 passenger van, 1975 Dodge Senes 200 lT, etc HI BOYS. LOWBOYS. VANS, LOGGING TRAILERS: 1981 40T Double drop Lowboy, Willock 35T 8ft. wide Oilfield Float, etc TRACTORS It FARM EQUIPMENT: 1978 Massey Ferguson Western Special 510. 1976 New Holland 1400, 1970 New Holland 985. 1970 John Deere 730D self-propelled Combines, Case 1977 444&1977 270 4Wh Dr. diesel, 1977 Case 1370 diesel, 1975 Case 1270 diesel. 1975 Case 1070 diesel. 1975 Case 24 70 4Wh Dr diesel, 1975 IHC 1066 diesel. John Deere 4010 diesel, Oliver 2150 diesel. John Deere 3010 Farm Tractors, etc CARS: 1975 Chev Malibu Stn. Wgn.. etc ANTIQUES: 1927 Ford Model T Roadstar. 2 horse drawn 2 seater cutters, etc FORKLIFTS: 1977 Komatsu CAMP UNITS 4 TRAILERS: Atco 10 32 Kitchen, Diner. Sleeper Unit. WELDERS 4 COMPRESSORS: 2-8 C F M 2 U C F M Compressors. ROWER UNITS. . GENERATORS. LIGHT PLANTS: Fairbanks Morris 50 KW diesel engine power unit, Qnan 5.5 KW & 2 12 KW Generator Sets. 6-3 5 KW Generator Sets. Assortment of new and as new shop equipment and tools Thib is only a partial list, equipment being listed everyday. C Sait Arranged 4 Conducted by RR ? Spruce Grove Aiberia Telei 037-3014 Lie No 81093 Ph (403) 962-3676 Cp Potash ' Corporation of Saskatchewan Invitation to Apply for Tendering Pre-Qualification The Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan announced a 2.5 billion dollar expansion in October 1979. Subsequent announcements were made concerning an expansion of the PCS Mining Lanigan Division and, subject to regulatory approvals, a new mine in the Bredenbury District. Interested contractors are invited to submit their resumes to pre-qualify for inclusion on the Corporation's bidder's list for contracts related to ' any construction which is part of this expansion program. Resumes shall include the following information: 1. Areas of specialization 2. Work history 3. Latest financial statement 4. Bonding capability 5. Trades affiliations Contractors who have previously pre-qualified and have been advised of their inclusion on the bidder's list do not need to submit a resume in response to this invitation. Copies of all requests for tenders will be available through the Saskatoon, Regina. Prince Albert, Moose Jaw, Humboldt, Swift Current and North Battleford construction associations. The Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan wishes to stress that applying for tendering pre-qualification does not constitute automatic inclusion on the bidders list. All contractors submitting resumes will be contacted directly by the Corporation. Send resumes to: Neil A. MacPhedran Director of Purchases Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan 410 22nd Street East Saskatoon,. Saskatchewan S7K 5T7 $3 & If EStarPhoenix Printed and published excepl Sundays and statutoiy holidays by Armadale Publishers Limited at the office of the STAR-PHOENIX. 204 Fifth Avenue North, Saskalooon. 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 K. Struthert. Executive Vico-PretU dent: James E. Retro. Executive Editor; Ed Sebeatyen. Marketing Manager: Merv Carey. Production Manager: R.D. Thompson. Advertising Manager; Jack Cook. Managing Editor: Wayne Wohtberg, Circulation Manager; Lawrence Getsel, Controller: Wtlf Popoff, Associate Editor. Funerals Monuments FAIRBUPN The Funeral Ser-vice of Lloyd Merrfleld Fair-burn who died on Tuesday. December 1st, 198) was held from the Chapel of Saskatoon Funeral Home on Friday, December Jth at t:30 p.m. conducted bv Rev. Roy Livingston. Honorary Pallbearers were: Ed Brown, Albert Mogenson, E.A. Pattison, Hubert Thompson, Wesley Shillington, Andrew Shannon. And Active Pallbearers were: Dewar Wvatt, Harold Ritchie, Percy Kinberley, Herb Green, Lome Wood and Don Zoerb. Interment took place in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Gul IN me Classified hadil. You'll be glad you did. Cell Sljr-Phoenu assified from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday to Friday or S p.m. to 8 m. Sunday RATES CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Ph. 653-9100 8:00 8:0d Mon. Prl. Closed Saturdays Phone Service Sundays 5 p.m. P.m. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Bv carrier $1.30 per week collected every four weeks MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 year $96.00 6 months s $50.00 3 months $27.00 1 month $10.00 Sat. Only yearly $24.00 BY MAIL tN USA. 4 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 Sl.0O Postage $31 00 Total $50.00 OFFICE CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAY, SUNDAYS 652-9200 Deaths CHAPMAN The death ot Mrs. Jula J. Chapman age 58 years of 756 Avenue K., South, Saska toon occurred in a local hospi tal on Wednesday. December 2nd, 198). The Funeral Service will be held on Salurday, December 5th, 1981 at 1:00 P.M from Zion Lutheran Church, 323 4th Ave., South conducted by Pastor Allan Grundahl McKague's Funeral Home will be in charge of arrangements. Surviving are: four sons; Lawrence Josephson of Golden B.C., Cameron Chapman, Mar low Chapman and Garnet Chapman all of Saskatoon. Two grandchildren and two brothers; Arnold Josephson of Creston, B.C., and Ivan Josephson of Toronto, Ontario, Mrs. Chapman was predeceased by her husband Benia min, January 261h, 1978. Mrs. Chapman was born in Rose Valley, Saskatchewan and came to Saskatoon many years ago, where she had resided until her passing. The family would appreciate donations to the Cancer Fund. Cremation with the Interment of the cre-mains in the family plot. Wood lawn Cemetery. In Memoriams BONNET - In loving memory of our dear parents and grandparents, Edith and Charlie who pasted away July 9, 1959 and Dec. 4, 1976. Some day, sometime we shall see. v ' The ones we loved so welt. Someday we'll clasp their loving hands, And never say farewell. . Sadly missed bv daughter Carrie, Son Clarence and family. BUFTON In loving memory of Wallace E. Button, husband and fa ther who died Decemoer 6, 1981 Days of Sadness still come o'er us, Tears in silence often How, f or memory keeps you ever near us, Though you died one year ago. Always remembered by Lois, Au drev and Bill. - BUSTON In loving memory of Wally who passed away Dec. 6th, 1980. Atwavs remembered and sadly missed by Sylvia, Shawn, ar.d Barb. SKLAR In memory ot Peter Sklar, who passed awav December 6, 1977 Praise God for love and iov, For pain end grief. For peace and hope and memories. You are iusl a thought away, wife and family. SKLAR In loving memory of our father and grandfather, Peter Sklar, who passed away December 6th, 1977. Nothinq can take away. The love a heart holds dear, Fond memories linger every day. Remembrance keeps him near. Remembered always bv Joe, Shir' lev, Jo-Anne, Laura, Pern and Pe ter. MARlEN In lovmg memory of our dear son and brother, Wavne, who was kilted December 5, 197 7. Softly the leaves of memory fait, Gently we gather and treasure them alt, Unseen, unheard, you are ever near. Still loved, stilt missed, still very dear Please God, forgive a silent tear, And a constant wish that he were here. Others are taken, yes, we know. But he was ours, and we miss him so. Fondly remembered and sadly missed bv his Mother and Dad, brothers and sister. McCLINTICK Chester Edwin McClintick, are 72, of Prince Albert passed away in a Prince Albert hospital on Tuesday, December 1st, 1981. River Park Limited are entrusted with the funeral arrange ments. Funeral Service was held on Saturday, December 5th, 1981 at 1 p.m. from the River Park Chapel, (301 River St. West, Prince Albert). The Rev. Angus D. MacGillivray of St. Paul's Presbyterian Church officiating. Prede ceased bv his parents, the late Mr. John and Mrs. Elizabeth (Spence) McClintick, one brother Elmon "Rusty McClintick. Surviving are: sisters and 1 brother, Velma (Mrs. Jim Harrower) of Van couver, Verna (Mrs. Sim monds of Regina and Lome (Betty) McClintick of Christopher Lake. Also numerous nieces and nephews. Born March 31, 1909 at Fielding Sask. moved to Radisson in 1972, to Saskatoon in 1924 and then to Shipman in 1935 where he was active In the curling club. In 1973 he came to Prince Albert. Interment will be In the Fielding Cemetery on Monday, December 7th at 1 : 30 p.m. Bob Orleski, Henri Paulhus, Murray Tait, Gordon Bailey, Blair Murray, Duff Robison and Paul Longpre Directors (Phone 764-2727). MOFFAT Rev. Alexander Thompson Moffat passed away Saturday, November 21, 1981 at Grande Prairie, at the age of 69 years. He was born In Frobisher, Sask. He was a resident of Grande Prairie for the past three years. Rev. Moffat served as a minister In the United Church of Canada for 26 years in the Saskatchewan Conference. Part of his ministry was spent serving as a Chaplain of the Army of Occupation in England and Germany during World War II. He also served in the towns of Climax, Loreburn, Creelman, Viscount, Young, Wakaw, and Dana Radar Base, all in Saskatchewan. He returned to the University of Saskatchewan and received his Bachelor of Education in 1968. He served in the Canadian Corps of Commissionaires from 1970 until the time of his death. He is survived by his wife Frankie; his daughter Bctty-Ann Andre; his sons Dale (Marg, nee Showalter), Bruce (Kareia, nee Labrentz), Brian (Connie, nee Wohlgemuth); daughter-in-law Shirley; arandchtldren Marc Andre. Jordv and Ronda, Shelly and Keri, Dawn, Darren and Angela; his onlv brother Dr. Robert Moffat end his wife Doris of Vancouver. He was predeceased by his eldest son David in December 1978. Funeral Service for the late Rev. Alexander Thompson Moffat was held on Wednesday, November 25th at 10:00 a.m. ft om the Evangel Assembly, Grande Prairie, with Fastor Norm Labrentz officiating. Interment followed in the Grande Prairie Cemetery. Funeral arrangements by Oliver Funeral Chapel. WILLIE In loving memory of Rev' mond who passed awav Dec. 5th 1971. No farewell was spoken. And no time to say goodbye You ere gone before we knew - It And onlv God knows why. You never failed to do your best Your heart was true and tender You ilved your life for those you loved And those you loved remember. It broke our hearts to lose you But you did not go alone For part of us went with you. The day God called you home. Always remembered by daughter Mery Lynn husband Don, grandchil' dren Steve, Brad. Audra, and Dawn Zolmer. Card Of Thanks KEMFWe wish to express our appreciation and gratitude to ait who helped us through and shared our sorrow at the loss of George Austin Kemp. Our appreciation is extended to Rev. N. Stewart Dingwall, Pallbearers. McKague's Funeral Home and the Army, Navv and Air Force Veterans Club. Thanks to alt who made donations to the Canadi an Diabetic Assoc., for the man-cards, calls, visits and flora! tributes. Your sharing will always remembered, wife Marion, dauqh ters Karen, Kimberly, Mary Ellen and Kathy. hAMlLY MI.-MOKIAL ARli 1005 ?0tn ST. WEST Will Mtchavluk Days or evenings 6j i 2210 Legacies Memorial 10 DEDICATION For permanent recognition of ,i loved one contoc! toe Sa-.kolci v,an Cyntreof the Arls Foundallon tor information on our1 swal dvchuiiton program. 1 730 Lrfkeshore Drive Regina. S4S OfaJ Pnoi e 584 5050 Personal 14 Personal TA (Contmuedl ALADDIN'S ESCORTS 3B4-4520 ANGELS ESCORTS Oue'i 7 Otivis a .vek. L shorts or any ucca-.ion Opn from 1 1 : uu .m, 3 a m. THE IDLAL Christmas Gift a weekend at Kimberly. BJ's Tou has a departure Friday, Jan. 2vJ1J returning bunenty evening Jan The price of $269 includes air trarrj portation, meals, accommodation lifts and more. A '$KK) deposit-reserves a seat and gives vou a gii Lard for under the tree. For more details i aM The Tour House ?4?-7 66JT Funeral Directors Park Funeral Chapel Terry G. Michavtiuk Donald Somers 311 3rd Ave. No. 214-2103 SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME W. Arnold Edwards Robert F. Daurie Ph. 24-5577 338 4th Ave. North - WESTWOOD FUNERAL CHAPEL Rae J. Murdoch Phone 653-3434 20th St. 6 Ave. N. Crematoriums PRAIRIE VIEW CHAPEL Memorial end Cremation Services Highway 1) South 242-7684 Box 2061 Memorial Society Open Sunday l Phene 244-8712 The following businesses & entertainment spots are open Sundays for your convenience & recreational enjoyment. For information regarding advertising in this classification contact 242-8585. AWfc YOU PREGNANT f We can help both ot vou. Birthright 657-9991 , A1 IRACTIVE LADY would like to meet Christian gentleman between 45 and 55. Box 187 A. Star-Phoenix. BiRIH CONTROL information. Planned Parenthood. 744-7989. PUBLIC BOWLING Get together with your family and friends. EASTVIEW BOWL 373-4333 FAIRHAVEN BOWL 382-2822 K.G. BOWL 244-0633 GROSVENOR BOWL 374-8858 B0NJ0UR SASKATOON INTRODUCING Trench Quarter' Executive Escorts 665-3345 For every mood & every moment 10 a.m. to 5 a.m. SPECIAL RATES CHEQUES ACCEPTED THE PCRSONAE .. Z ACQUAINTANCE SERVJCE A dignified and profession. Twav a) meeting suitable persons tor mat riaqe or lasting friendships. Tn Operation since 196, P, A. S. is a inlw national, non-profit, inter-faith se& vice of The Pastoral -institute, designed to acquaint those wf& might otherwise never meet. For tee schedule and information, without obligation, write P.A.-6 240- 15th Ave. S.W., Calgary, Albert T2R QP7. u- Personal Services , , T$ Accounting, Income tax, invefj-ments, Business Consulting. 653-3488 After Breast Surgery The Companion Prosthesis. Mrs. Opsahl, 374-9707, Saskatoon. ALL REFUSE, motors hauled, trees cut. Phone 668-4573. C ALL-SASK MUTUAL SERVICE Courteous personalized ' telephone answering, paging, - dispatching, secretariat services. All at volfr fingertips Dial 665-8777. ALL SEWING. Gowns, pant sufT$, dresses. Alterations 1 hour servtet. Davs 244-4626, eve. 387-6550 BOOKS tor successful living, non denominational Christian family books. Party plan and distributorship availabe. 382-2267 after 6. ALL TYPES of Rubbish removed, tree cutting & trimming, 'hauling ft Snow Removal Ser. John at 242-0056. DANCE FOR Single Parents and guests. Held on Saturday, December 5th at the Army ft Navy Club. Music Sounds of Country. FREE Upon presentation of this I coupon at either of our two J locations you will receive I ONE free game of bowling. RAK'S j ' B0WLADR0ME 155 3rd Ave. North I 652-3078 Valid Dec. 581, 11 p.m. -3 ern Sun Dec 6'81, 5 pm. -Midright OR I Saskatoon's Newest I Bowling Centre j BOWLING j PIN HOUSE I 217 Fairmont Drive 384-2400 j Valid te: 5'6I, II pm. -3 cm f Sun. Dk 6;G1, 9 pa -Midnght I Both locations I OPEN SUNDAYS I 12 noon to Midnight j FORESTRY FARM PARK The outdoor family place. OPEN DAILY Park: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Zoo: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. CONCESSION OPEN: Saturday and Sunday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Bring your camera to catch the change of season in the park. I 1 j TOP 40 BILLIARD j ! PARLOR j j 8,. GAMES AREA I I 701 20.th Street West I 644 3933 j j SUNDAY: 11am to llpm j I Upon presentation of Ihis coupon you j j will receive 50 discount on your j total billiard costs, j Otter expires Dec. 9193) , TAYLOR'S DELI & CONFECTIONERY 5th Ave. & 24th Street (Marquis Towers) 652-6460 Groceries Coldcuts Magazines Submarine Sandwiches Sunday hours: 18am to 10pm DATING SERVICE Ten years proven success Confidential, selective dating program Members in rural and urban Saskatchewan For further information call: 665-1991 BEA'S DATA-MATE 158 2nd Ave. N., Saskatoon Or 2425-1 3th Ave., Regina DIRK'S LOVE SHOP Send $2.00 for catalogue Dirk's Discount Ltd. 233-20th St. W. S7M 0W8 ECKANKAR A Wav Ot Life presents an afternoon with Eck. A presentation of lectures, films, books and creative arts. Sun. Dec. 6th, 1:30 p.m. until 5 P m. Saskatoon Public Library, Meeting Room P 1. For more info, cal! 744-0893. EXECUTIVE ESCORTS 665-3177 665-3123 10 a.m. -3 a.m. FACED WITH A DRINKING PROBLEM? ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 3? I 270 3rd. Ave. South. Phone 665-627 anytime FGR V, EDGING RECEPTIONS, banquets, dancing. Accommodates 25-275. Marigold 664-3123. FREE ESTIMATES. TV, radio repairs. Mayfair TV, 653-5366. GENTLEMAN 43 YRS. wishes to meet a lovable lady between 35-40. Obiect matrimony. Reply to Box 188 A. Star-Phoenix. THIS SPOT'S FOR YOU! Phone 242-8585 for information. The Mall at Lawson Heights Open Sunday 10:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. "All You Can Eat Buttermilk Pancakes $2.19" BRING THIS COUPON IN ON SUNDAY FOR FREE COFFEE, TEA OR SMALL SOFT DRINK FOR-YOUR FAMILY! INTERNATIONAL ESCORTS 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 a.m. PHONE 955-3205. ALTERATIONS And repairs, clothing. Jeans Included,, 244-5732. On-The-Spot Drvcleaners. APPLIANCE MOVING 1 day notice please. CaM.anytlma. 653-2321. ASTROLOGY, personal charts a&d readings. 665-7B31. - ATTENTION SHIFT workers afld others. Do you need wakeup sex-vices? We supply it anytifn day night. Ph. 665-8777. ATTN SMALL businesses and s$ff employed, wilt do bookkeeping, payroll fin. stmts., income tax. 652-0491. BILLIARD TABLES:, Leveled re-clothed. Dismantled and assembled. Cues re-tipped. Reasonable Grates. Phone: 343-8934. vc BROWNIES FR!EQ.MICKN Varied menu We eeter Call 477-2120 3414 8th 3trdt E. CALL US. Hauling rubbish. Prompt service. Reasonable. 653-0512. CASH FOR YOUR BoltfLaar & Pop. Phone 242-0050 anytime:- WILL DO BOOKKEEPING. TvPiOO & Payroll in my home. Ph. 382-4W-- DELIVERIES. CLEAN up. ruttJ$h removal, handv-man service, plumbing, carpentry, yard maintenance. tree cutting, ruq and heuse cleaning. Mr. Klean Enterprise, 244-2991. EXPERIENCED CARPENTER will do siding, shingling, finishing, renovations, no tob to small. Phone George 384-7728. -IN EXPERIENCED SEAMSTRESS wilt do custom drapery, have iJwn fabric samples. 931-2623. - EXPERIENCED UPHOLSTERER-Free estimates. 382-2083- EXP., PROFF. stylist will do dtftS, perms, in your home. 664-8574 morn. FINESSE SEAMSTRESS. Alterations Starting at $6.00. 384-7157 ANCL GENERAL HOUSE repairs and renovations, call Herb 384-3214. Lean, Long-Waisted Printed Pattern SIZES LOOKING FOR Natures Sunshine distributor. Require products. Ph. 47-1283. LOSE WEIGHT Without Dieting, without Drugs, without Gimmicks, without counting Calories. But simply with a nutritious Natural Food Supplement. Now available at $7.95 hundred, at Nutritional Health Food Centre, 112-3rd Avenue South, Saskatoon, Sask. (Just north of Army & Navy Stores). Mail Orders welcome, add One Dollar. Write for free complete vitamin price list. MCKAGUE'S FUNERAL HOME ROBERT J. MCKAGUE DONALD A. NEWBIGGtNG Phone 664-3131 300 3rd Ave. S. BGicO SOCIETY qrate.uMv accepts memorial donations and legacies to establish treatment centres for youngsters who are very suicidal, highly delinquent or seriously addicted to druos and alcohol. Mail to Box 1755. Regina, Sask. S4P 3C6. Having probie-ms getting rid Of un-needed items you've collected over the years? Place an ad in the Star-Phoenix Classifieds. Phone 653-2100 8:00 -8:00 Mon. - Fri. Closed Saturdays. Phone Service Sundays 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. NINO'S PIZZA & SPAGHETTI 801 Broadway Ave. - 652-5167 2102 22nd Street W. - 382-4545 227 2nd Avenue S. - 242-8811 SUNDAY HOURS: 4pm to 12:30am Pick up & Delivery Service CANADIAN PROPANE Gasoline - Propane Refills - Coin Car Wash 706 Circle Drive (42nd St.) (Across from Beaver Lumber) 244-1922 OPEN SUNDAYS 9:30 A.M. till 5:30 P.M. MIDDLE aged attractive widow would like to meet unattached middle aged gentleman. Tail to med. height. Average weight, tor dancing and outings. Photos or snapshots appreciated. Box 191 A, Slar-Phoenix. NEED TO TALK? Marriage Problems? Depressed? Pressures of life getting to you? Spiritual Problems? Call Life Enrichment Centre, 374-948, 2617-7th Sfr. E., Office Hrs: Mon., Wed., Fri. 9-5. Other davs & eveninas 57 p.m., phone 373 7402. No charge, nothing to sign. We are here to serve vou. NEVER MARRIED. Ambitious successful career man in late twenties. s m and welt kept, is seeking companionship with kind, sensitive, honest, slim and neat girl also in her twenties. Reply to Box 830 X, Star-Phoenix. All replies answered. ROSE MARKING DEVICES. 131B 20h St. West. 244 5835. Manufacturers of rubber stamps, pocket slemos. self-inking stamps. SASKATOON HOTSHOT 24 hour light moving 24 hour Courier services , Rubbish dean-uo i Removal of anything, anytime Food ogI. from favorite Rest. Call: 665 0527 StarE3 Phoenix CLASSIFIED INFORMATION Now you can place, cancel or change vour classified advertisements on SUNDAY'S between 5 om and 8 pm. Phone our AD-VI SORS at 653-2100. rapd tube It only takes 10 rrrinutes and a lot of speedy service to get an oil change package at Rapidlube. That means oil change (4.5 litres of quality Shell motor oil), oil filter, oil filler installation, complete lubrication and 16 point maintenance inspection. $15.99 (most cars) 8th Street & Acadia Monday to Friday 8 a m. to 6 p.m. Saturday a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday TO a.m. to 6 p.m. SASKATOON SINGLES CLUB will be hold.ng an open Banouet and Dance Christmas Party Friday, Dec. nth at the AC T. Hall in Sutherland (107 105th St. East). 6:30 8:00 P.M. Cocktails 8:00 9:00 P.M. Meal 9 00 - 1A.M. Dance Tickets for the meal must be purchased in advance. $15. Non-members $12. Members $7. Dance Onlv Those wishing to exchange gifts, please bring a novelty gift valued at approx. $5. For more information or advance tickets phone 244-1134, 374-6666. 665-6711, 933-2993. SHAKLEE NATURES' Products. Distributorships avail. 3,3-8744. Swingtime News 64 pages of pictures, swinger ads ft club listings, published since 1969, $5 tor sample cooy or details free. Cv Club. P.O. Box 2410, New Westminster, B C ., V3L 5B6. 604-435-7202. THE LOVE SHOP 'GOURMET LOVER'S GUIDE ft CATALOGUE'. 122 page selection of adult tovs, exotic lingerie, lotions ft potions, books. Free gift offer of $3.95 value with each catalogue. Send $2.95 to: AM Pharma Research Ltd., Dept. 421 X, 570 Granvelte St.. Vancouver. B.C. V6C 1W6. We've been around for a long time . ana we get around. Call Classifieds today. 653 2100 8:00 8. CO Mon, (Ml Sleek to the hips, all fluid ness below. Tne MOST fig flattering line. Great in a deli print crepe or a bold striped ton knit. Easy, too. ; Printed Pattern 9361: Mi Sizes 8, 10. 12, 14, 16, 18: 12 (bust 34) takes 2 78 y 54-inch fabric. Enclose S2.00 tor each pat; tern caah. ehaqua or money T order. Add 50 cents for each-pattern ordered to cover Coe, -of first class mailing and.hanC dling. Please print plainly style number, size, your name and address, and sand to: Marian Martin. Needlacratt Dept; The Star-PhoenlxZ 109 Crockford Blvd; Scarborough, Ontario. MIR 5B4. Working woman? loolc smart smart, dress for less-sev? a robe with our NEW FALt-WJN PATTERN CATALOG. Cpypstt Free $2 pattern inside choice Snd $1 50. ALL CRAFT BOOKS..W.OO 135-16 Dolls and Clothes--134-14 Quick Quilts 133-Fashion Home Quining 132-Quilt Originals -Z 130 SweatervSizes 38-56 129-Quick Easy Transfers..'' 128-Patchwork Quilts " 107-lnstanl Sewing

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