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Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada • 24

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Thursday, November 25, 1982 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Star-Phoenix Star Phoenix Printed and published daily except Sundays and statutory holidays by A Armadale Publishers Limited at the office of the STAR 204 Fifth Avenue North, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, S7K 2P1. Second 1 Class Mail Registration Number 0098. Circulation 664-8320 Classified 653-2100 J.K. Struthere, Executive Vice-Presi dent; James E. Petro, Executive Editor; Ed Sebestyen, Marketing ManaA.D.

Merv Cary, Production Manager; Thompson, Advertising ManaCook, Editor; Wayne Wohlberg, Circulation Manar; Lawrence Geisel, Controller; Wit Popott, Associate Editor. Deaths 2 BERGH, MINA The death of Mrs. Mina Bergh, age 87 years, occurred in Saskatoon on November 23rd, 1982. Born Mina Grambo at Argusville, North Dakota on January 29th, 1895, she Immigrated with her family to Canada in 1904, settling in Spring Grove, Sask. She returned to the country of her birth to enter nurse's training at the Deaconess Hospital in Northwood, North Dakota from which she graduated in 1915 and returned to Canada.

On December 27th, 1916 she married Ingvald Bergh and together they farmed in the Spring Grove district until 1930 when they took up a homestead at Chelan, Sask. There, on the Greenwater Creek Farm, they lived for the next 43 years. Mina made excellent use of her nursing skills in the thirties and fourties she operated St. Margaret's Hospital were most of the Chelan area babies were born and from which she administered medi-1 cal attention to a wide variety of problems. She was a public spirited individual, active in school affairs and very instrumental in establishing the Porcupine Carragana Union Hospital.

Her neighbours, too, knew they could always count on her for help wherever and whenever needed. But above all she gave of herself to her church, in loving service to her Lord. Mrs. Bergh was an avid gardener and her yard and flowers were a real source of pleasure and inspiration to all who saw them. Mr and Mrs.

Bergh retired from active farming in 1966 and moved into their retirement cottage, close to the old family farm house. Following the death of Mr. Bergh in 1973, Mina continued to live there until 1976 when ill health necessitated the move to Central Haven Personal Care Home in Saskatoon. Here she was helped by skillful and devoted staff to lIve out her remaining years with meaning, with love and with dignity. To this staff her children say a heartfelt, "Thank You." Besides her husband, she was predeceased by: her parents, Margaret and Peder Grambo; two sisters, Petra Vanderpan and Thea Myhr; and three brothers, Johnny, Palmer and Peder Grambo.

Mina Grambo Bergh is survived by: her seven children, Maynard and Bertha Bergh of Fort St. John, B.C., Paul and Myrtle Bergh of Chelan, Margaret and Bill Brewster of Birch Hills, Bob and Gwen Bergh of Riverside, California, Ardith and John Stadnek of Chelan, lone and Adolph Peters of Saskatoon and Shirley and Ed Kasdorf of Saskatoon; as well as twentytwo grandchildren and thirtythree great-grandchildren. Also surviving are: four sisters, Mrs. Marie Brown of Woodstock, Mrs. Ida Willems of Lumby, B.C., Mrs.

Myrtle Swanston of Regina and Mrs. Borghild Skarsgard of Saskatoon; as well as a host of other relatives and friends. We all mourn her passing but rejoice that she has gone home to be with her Heavenly Father. We will cherish her memory forever! The Funeral Service wIll be held at 2:00 P.M., Friday, November 26th, at Chelan Luthern Church. In lieu of flowers, the family would suggest memorial gifts to the charity of the donor's choice or to L.C.B.I., Outlook, Sask.

or Camp Kinasao, Christopher Lake, Sask. HARVEY The death of Douglas Baker Harvey, aged 88 years occurred at his home in Kindersley on November 17, 1982. Funeral Services were held at 1:30 P.M. on Saturday, November 20, 1982 in St. Mary's Anglican Church with Rev.

David Nevett officiating. Surviving are his loving wife Violet, three daughters, Jean (Keith) Thompson, Vivian (Bill) Patrick both of Saskatoon and Beryl (Gerald) Smith, Edmonton; thirteen three great grandchildren; one brother, Wilson, England. Mr. Harvey was born November 28, 1893, Isle of Wight, England and immigrated to the La Porte area in 1913 where he farmed until he and Mrs. Harvey retired to Kindersley in 1968.

Kindersley Community Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. LINDBERG The passing of Mrs. Louisa Esson Lindberg age 83 years of 216 Eamer Court, Saskatoon occurred in a local hospital on Wednesday, November 24th, 1982. The Funerat Service will be held on Saturday, November 27th at 10:00 a.m. conducted by Rev.

G.B. Mather from Park Funeral Chapel, 311 Third Avenue North. Courtesy parking north of the Chapel. Surviving are: four daughters, Mrs Ellen Schwanbeck, Mrs. Maxine (Robert) Wilson and Mrs.

Hilda (Edgar) Hass, all of Dundurn, Sask. and Mrs. Fay (Andrew) McVee of Saskatoon; two sons, John of Allan, Sask. and Charles of Edmonton, Alta; nineteen grandchildren and thirty-four great grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Arthur, in 1969 and by three sisters and three brothers.

The late Mrs. Lindberg WaS born in Windsor Fern, Scotland and came to Canada in 1914, settling at Dundurn, Sask. Later the same year she moved to Cereal, Alberta and returned to Dundurn until later moving to Bradwell. Mrs. Lindberg came to Saskatoon in 1969 and had resided here since.

While in Bradwell Mrs. Lindberg worked as a Rural Telephone Operator and she had always been ready to lend a helping had where it was needed. Flowers are gratefully declined and Memorial donations may be made to a charity of the donor's choice. Interment will take place in the family plot in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Arrangements are in care of Park Funeral Chapel.

Deaths 2 (Continued) BAYDA The passing of Mrs. Nastia (Nettie) Bayda age 81 years of 1202 Avenue South, Saskatoon occurred in a local hospital on Tuesday, November 23rd, 1982. The Funeral Mass will be held on Saturday, November 27th at 10:00 a.m. celebrated Right Rev. Father W.

Iwaszko from St. George's Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral, 214 Avenue South. Prayers will be said on Friday evening, November 26th at 7:30 from St. George's Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral. Surviving are: one daughter, Mrs.

Mary (Mike) Demchuk of Delisle, Sask; one son, William of Aberdeen, Sask; one daughter-in-law, Mrs. Ann Bayda of Saskatoon; nine grandchildren; eighteen great grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Alice (Mike) Kapacila of Toronto, Ont. and Mrs. Katherine (William) Kapacila of Hudson Bay, Sask.

and two brothers. Nick Stadnyk of Hudson Bay, Sask. and Dan Stadnyk of Toronto, Ont. She was predeceased by her husband, John in 1954; one son, John in 1975; one granddaughter, Rosaline in 1955 and two sisters, Mrs. Anne Shawaga and Mrs.

Mary Ryhorski. The late Mrs. Bayda was born and raised at Alvena, Sask. She married John Bayda in 1918 and farmed in the Smuts district until 1963 when she came to Saskatoon where she had since resided. Mrs.

Bayda was a member of St John's Ukrainian Catholic Church at Smuts and was also a member of St. George's Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral In Saskatoon. Interment will take place in the family plot in the Catholic Cemetery. Arrangements are in care of Park Funeral Chapel. GRABOWSKI The death of Mrs.

Antonia Grabowski age 77 years of the Saskatoon Convalescent Home occurred suddenly on Tuesday, November 23rd, 1982. The Funeral Mass will be held on Friday, November 26th at 10:00 a.m. from Our Lady of Czestochowa Roman Catholic Church, 301 Ave South celebrated by Rev. Father J. Cieply.

Prayers will be said at Westwood Funeral Chapel Thursday evening at 8:00 p.m. (Parking lot for funeral guests north of funeral chapel). Surviving are: her beloved children, Mike (Stella) Sydoruk of Hafford, Ann (Alex) Zaiachkowski of Saskaton, Gerald (Ghislaine) Grabowski of Hafford, Bronie (Sharon) Grabowski of Leask, Sask. and Sally (Norman) Woytowich of Whitko, fifteen grandchildren and fifteen great grandchildren; one brother, Kas (Annie) Jasieniuk of Saskatoon; two sisters, Rosie Lanski of Twaye, Sask. and Annie Panchuk of Blaine Lake, Sask.

also a number of neices and nephews. She was predeceased by her two husbands, Wasyl and Frank; her parents, Paul and Mary Yasieniuk; two brothers, Tom and Joe Yasieniuk; a sister, Katherine Rosko; two infant children, Stella and Eugene and a daughter, Helen. The late Mrs. Grabowski was born in Brazil on March 30th, 1905 and came to Canada with her parents in 1912, settling at Hafford, Sask. She lived all of her life at Hafford except for the years in Saskatoon because of iN health.

Interment will take place in the Roman Catholic Cemetery. Arrangements are in care of Westwood Funeral Chapel. (653-3434). LEMKE The death of Mrs. Martha Lemke, age 66 years of Langham, Sask.

occurred in Rosthern Union Hospital on Tuesday, November 23rd, 1982. The Funeral Service will be held on Saturday, November 27th at 1:30 p.m. from the Langham Evangelical Bible Church conducted by Rev. Frank Eidse, Rev. Henry Gossen, and Rev.

Heppner. Mrs. Lemke was born in 1916 in the Waldheim-Petrofka Area to John and Elizabeth (Wiens) Goertz. She grew up and attended country schools in the Mennon Area. In 1935 she was married to Edwin Garber and they had four children.

Mr. Garber died in 1944, in 1962 she married Isaac Wiens and he died in 1969, in 1978 she married Martin Lemke of Langham, Sask. She is survivied by: her loving husband, Martin; two daughters, Mrs. Betty (Ben) Penner of Rural Saskatoon, and Mrs. Irene (Jake) Siemens of Rural Saskatoon; two sons, Alvin (Eva) Graber of Codette, Sask.

and Arthur (Marlene) Graber of Red Deer, Alta; one brother, John Goertz of Mennon; seventeen grandchildren and three great grandchildren; one step daughter and three step sons, from her marriage to Isaac Wiens; two step sons from her marriage to Martin Lempke and numerous step grandchildren. She is predeceased by: her parents; two husbands, Edwin Garber and Isaac Wiens; one step daughter; one brother, Henry and one sister, L'ydia. Flowers are gratefully declined by the family. Memorial donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society and The Gideon Memorial Bible Plan. Interment will be made in the Dalmeny Bible Church Cemetery.

Arrangements are in care of Dalmeny Funeral Home. Funerals 3 OUELLETTE The Funeral Mass for Alexandra Elizabeth Ouellette who died on Saturday, November 20th, 1982 was heid from St. Peter The Apostie Roman Catholic Church, on Wednesday, November 24th, at 10:00 a.m. celebrated by the Rev. Father William LaFreniere.

Pallbearers were: Ken Jantzen, Lloyd Jantzen, Bill Jantzen, Les Jantzen. Interment took place in the Children's Section of Woodlawn Catholic Cemetery. Arrangements were in care of the Saskatoon Funeral Home. In Memoriams BOOTH In memory of Arthur Booth, who passed away November 25th. 1977.

It has been five long years since one we loved was called away, but you will always be in our memory and loved by all. Your loving wife Mildred, mother, brother. sisters. relatives and friends. CASSIDY In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather.

Sam Cassidy, who passed away November 25th. 1976. When thoughts go back, as they often do. We treasure the memory we have of you. This day is remembered and quietly kept.

No words are needed. we shall never forget. Ever remembered by wife Elizabeth, son Don and daughter Lillian. In Memoriams (Continued) HART In loving memory of BIt who passed away November 25th. 1977.

A Silent thought, a secret tear, Keeps his memory ever dear. Time takes away, the edge of grief But memory turns back every leaf. Always remembered and greatly missed by wife Clarice, sons Bob, Murray, Alan, and Duane. PRELL Ten years ago today You left us here to stay To live with your memories Of Love and laughter through the years. We will remember you as before and think forever more.

Always remembered and still sadly missed by your brother Otto and Mildred, Maria, John, Ramona, and their familles. KEMP In loving memory of my beloved husband, George Kemp, who passed away November 25th, 1981. One sad and lonely year has passed, Since my great sorrow fell. The shock that I received that night No one can ever tell. Today brings close the memory of That sad and bitter blow That was cast upon my heart One long year ago.

God gave me strength to face It. And courage to bear the blow; it broke my heart to lose you, George, No one will ever know. It's lonely here without you, miss you more each day, For life is not the same for me Since you were called away. I think of you in silence And often speak your name. But all that is left to answer is your picture in a frame.

The parting was so sudden, often wonder why, But the hardest part of all Was the way you had to die. If I had all the world to give, I'd give it all and more To see your precious face Come smiling through the door. I cannot bring those days back. Your hand I cannot touch. But have precious memories of you, George, I love you very much.

Lovingly remembered and sadly missed by wife Marion and family. KEMP In loving memory of a dear father and grandfather George, who passed away Nov. 25, 1981. There is a gift you cannot buy, That's very dear and true, A gift of a wonderful father and grandfather Like the one we had in you. The many things you did for us In your kind and thoughtful way, You gave us years of happiness Which no one can take away.

If we could have one lifetime. With one dream that could come true We'd pray to God with all our hearts For yesterday and you. Sadly missed and always remembered by daughters; Karen, Kimberley, Mary Ellen and Kathryn. Grandchildren; Chris and Jennifer. SCHUETT In loving memory of my mother, Auguste Schuett who passed away on November 25, 1981 in her 100th year.

She troubled no one Her wants were few, And now dear Lord She has come to You. Take care of her As she takes her rest For the one you have taken Was one of the best. A cheery smile A heart of gold She suffered much, But never told. Till God above Knew what was best. He took her home And gave her rest.

Lovingly remembered by daughter, Gretchen, Hugh Loree Campbell family, Herman Gloria Dimmitt family. Card Of Thanks 5 GUNNAR HAGBLOM We would like to thank our relatives and friends for their many acts of kindness during our bereavement over the loss of our father. We would especially lIke to thank Dr. D. Klaassen and other Specialists at the Cancer Clinic and the Nurse's from the Nightingale Nursing Group who looked after our father at home.

Also a Special Thanks to Rev. Bob Thompson for his kindness. The Hagblom girls, Barbara, Beverly and Christine. POLLOCK Mrs. Margaret Jane.

Sincere appreciation to friends and relations for their many kind acts in the passing of a mother and grandmother. For sympathy cards, flowers, and donations to the Memorial Fund at Trinity Church and other charities. Special thanks to Rev. Elton Adams for comforting support. the nurses and staff at Oliver Lodge, for their constant patience and care, and who will always hold a special place in our hearts.

To the Church Choir and the ladies who so graciously supplied lunch for tea after the service. and to McKagues FUneral Home. The Family. Funeral Directors 6 McKAGUE'S FUNERAL HOME ROBERT J. MCKAGUE DONALD A.

NEWBIGGING Phone 664-3131 300 3rd Ave. S. Park Funeral Chapel Terry G. Michayliuk 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 242-7884 Box 2061 Memorial Society 8 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. Mail to Box 1755, Regina, Sask.

54P 3C6. Monuments 9 FAMILY MEMORIAL ARTS 1005 20th ST. WEST Wilt Michayluk Days or evenings 652-2210 Personal 14 AA ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Phone 665-6727 AFFAIRE Open from 9 a.m. 5 p.m. Cheques accepted.

Call 384-6620. ALL ESTIMATES Free. Mayfair T.V. 414 33rd St. W.

653-5366. ALONE? Are you seeking love friendship? Our quality matchmaking service is for you! Meet sincere, compatibie people. Write for complete information to: THE INTRODUCTION CLUB P.O. Box 8517 Saskatoon, Sask. S7K 6K6 ANGELS TOUCH 244-8712 OPEN FROM 11a.m.-12:30a.m.

ANYONE TRAVELLING to Edmonton with a truck! Require 4 appilances to be moved, will pay for gas plus $50. Ph (403) 476-9762. APPLE COMPATIBLE Interested in saving over This is a Apple Compatible Color Computer with 48K case for the price. For more info. phone Todd, after 6 pm, at 373-4005.

ARCADE PARTIES For staff parties or friendly get togethers. Executive Quarters Arcade Dagwood's Catering. 652-5585. ARE YOU PREGNANT? We can help both of you. Birthright 652-9991, North Battleford 446-3312, Humboldt 682-4010.

A SASK. pen. inmate appeals to the legal community for a fair parole hearing. Any assistance would be appreciated. Please write: A Mere Puppet on a String, Box 532.

Saskatoon, Sask. S7K 3L6. ATARI CARTRIDGE Rentals. Members $10 non-members. Daily or monthly.

Intellivision. A Amusement, 322 Ave. So. 664-4494. ATTENTION! Anyone witnessing motorcycte and car accident on the corner of Cumberland College on Sept.

14th approx. 2 a.m. please phone 374-5988 anytime. SASSY SEAT The amazing portable infant seat. Available exclusively at Skyway Balloon Promotions.

Only $31.47. 934-0585 or Market Mall, 955-1166. SCANDALS 934-6622 Credit Cards Accepted. SHAKLEE NATURES' Products. Distributorships avail.

373-8744. SINGLES between 21 30. Are you planning on Hawaii between January and March? Want to meet and go as a group and save on accomodations, food, cars, etc? Call Al at 934-6570 after 5. Spouse Locaters Service Canada Wide Only for ladies gentlemen seeking a sincere marriage partner. Confidential.

Write: P.O. Box 7954, Saskatoon. Established 1969 for Couples Singles. Swinger photo ads listing, club listings, dances socials. Discretion sincerity required guaranteed.

Fully confidential. $5 for sample copy. CY Club, PO Box 2410 New Westminster, B.C. V3L 5B6 THINKING OF CHRISTMAS THINK OF PORTRAITS Painted by Wallington, 652-4174. TIRED OF cold lonely nights, well stop pining and put us into our hearth.

The wood Chop Shop, firewood for every occasion. 373-1077. TRANSCENDENTAL MEDITATION TM-SIDHI PROGRAMME For an appointment phone 665-1900. WANTED MAN or woman for company to Phoenix, sharing, Phone eve. 652-1653.

WOULD a sensuous male like to share his knowledge of Swedish Massage to a male wanting to learn. Reply with name and phone number to Box C-14, Star Phoenix. YOUR NAME Reveals Your Life Your successes and failures, likes and dislikes, potential strengths and weaknesses. Your name alone tells more about you than family and friends know. Get to know yourself better, have your name analyzed.

For appointment call: 652-5191 or 244-9875. Or write: Department 8, 251 3rd Ave. Saskatoon. EXOTIC NITES HOME PARTIES Sensuous, lingerle, lotions and creams, marital aids. Adult games.

Invite your friends for exotic shopping in the privacy of your home. Ladies parties. minimum mixed parties, minimum 6 couples. For bookings phone 653-1884. ATTN.

CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS If you are lookng for a revenue proiect. may be able to help. Phone: 665-2141, days or 652-1545, after 6pm. Ask for Wayne. BALLOON BOUQUETS! Balloon-agrams! Cookie-grams! Special X- mas arrangements! All delivered by Skyler the Clown or Santa Claus.

Skyway Balloon Promotions, 934- 0585 or Market Mall. 955-1166. BIRTH CONTROL information. Planned Parenthood, 244-7989. Bonjour Bonjour French Quarter Executive Escorts 665-3345 For every mood every moment 10 a.m.

12:30 a.m. SPECIAL RATES Cheques Credit Cards Accepted CHRYSALIS 934-6633 Credit Cards Accepted. Clown Birthday Party For children of all ages. Low costs. Very entertaining.

Skyway Balloon Promotions inc. 934-0585. CONFUSED? Don't know who to call? La-Rose Escorts 665-8232 DARLING'S 934-2020 OPEN FROM 11a.m.-12:30a.m. DAYTIME MEETING with gentleman desired by Bo Derek type. Mail self addressed envelope to Monique, Box 1124 X.

Star DIRK'S LOVE SHOP Send $2.00 for catalogue Dirk's Discount Ltd. 233-20th St. W. S7M 0W8 DISCREET MAN, 25, looking for lady interested in exotic encounters. Marital status not important.

Reply: Box 18 Star Phoenix. EIFFEL ESCORTS Phone 384-3707. Open from 9 to 5 a.m. Open 7 days a week. Cheques Accepted.

EXECUTIVE ESCORTS 665-3123 EXOTIC DANCERS Male and female, singular or together. For all occasions. Group and private sessions available. Call 242-0202 (anytime) Personal 14 (Continued) ATTENTION LOSING WEIGHT is not impossible you can loose 10 to 29 Ibs. per month guaranteed.

natural and effective. 665-0087. Experience the pleasure of EVE'S GARDEN Exotic Escorts 665-3360 CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED FANTASY ISLAND is temporarily closing. For more information, it you are interested: 242-2424 free confidential dating information, call your friends at 665-1991 BEA'S DATA-MATE 28-150 2nd Ave. Saskatoon HANDY-MAN U-NAME-IT 242-0802.

HONEY BEE Pollon, contains all 22 nutrients known to mankind. Bee Slim Natural Weight Release. For more information or to be a Distributor call 665-0798. HOT AIR BALLOON Flight Certificates! Special gift for that special person. Call Skyway Balloon Promotions, 934-0585 or Market Mall, 955-1166.

LOSE POUNDS INCHES BY CHRISTMAS with Honey Bee Pollen Reducing Plan. natural, effective and guaranteed. Call 343-6000. Lose 17-25ibs in 6 to weeks. I'M LIVING PROOF.

665-7811, 665-7812. OVERWEIGHT? No Problem. Lose weight. Guaranteed Herbal Products Distributed in Stict Personal Care. Besides the pounds lost, can help you to earn money.

Call 382-6414 anytime. PALM READINGS and card reading by Diana. All readings pri. Call for appt. 242-1047.

Open QUARTER BLITZZ 5 Quarters for $1 on Friday 6 p.m. to midnight at: THE GAMES CENTER VIDEO ARCADE. 608L Duchess Street. ROSE MARKING DEVICES. 1318 20th St.

West. 244-5885. Manufacturers of rubber stamps. pocket stamps. self-inking stamps.

SASKALONE SOCIAL Club Dance for members and guest will be held on November 26th at Sutherland Hall. Music by Frank Ball. Personal Services 15 ALL Rubbish Hauling: prompt service, reasonable. Call us! 653-0512. AARREN'S DEL.

Household appl. moving. Jim 244-9666, 664-8607. ACCOUNTING SERVICE Payroll, tax. 373-0805 Acrylic Sculptured Nails As natural as your own.

Can help end biting or make your own nails longer. Call 344-9513. HAWAII WAIKIKI Condo Daily, weekly or monthly. 652-4104. office hours only HERBALIFE NATURAL HERBS.

Provide effective weight loss of 10 29 lbs. per month. Naturally curb the appetite and cleanse the system. Eliminates cellulite and excess fluids, burns off calories and supplies all daily nutrients. Guaranteed.

No additives. Please call 665- 0815 or 652-1157. Home to Home Catering Will deliver to your home and further arrangements can be made. Variety of Homemade Menus. Your Choice, Our Service.

One weeks notice please. Up to 50 people. Ph 477- 1843 or 373-0796. IS MAN more than a physical body? Call ECKANKAR for prerecorded message. 653-2136.

LIGHT and local deliveries: weekdays afternoons. Call 653-0489. MAKE SURE your nails are holiday perfect too. Nail Doctor 382-6088. MAN WITH ton truck available for clean-up and delivery.

Phone 664-2491. MIDTOWN MOVING. Fast, reliable. Low rates. Mike, 652-3608.

Mortgages Loans Call Crocus Financial Consultants NEED A BARTENDER for your festive occasion? Give us a call we can help 374-9820. NO TIME? Will do your Christmas baking, reasonable rates. 934-6416. PROFESSIONAL hair care in the comfort of your home, perms, haircuts, etc. 382-8092.

REG HUNKS, Public Accounting Office, 1016 8th St. E. Accounting, bookkeepting, income tax, 11yrs. Revenue Canada. 343-9336.

Renovations or building a new house? I will do material estimates from your blueprints to C.M.H.C. standards. Reasonable rates. Call Dan 477-2642. RENT-A-TENDER Bartending, Wedding Dances, Christmas Parties, all functions.

Phone 374-0545 or 664-4795. R.F.K. Odd jobs, light moving, snow shoveling, yd work. 384-1597. SANTA NOW booking for personal appearances.

934-7444. SEWING AND ALTERATIONS. phone 373-6208. SMALL APPLIANCE repairs. Pick up and delivery.

Phone 652-2498. TEXTURED CEILINGS, wallpapering, wall ceiling repairs. Town or country. Reas rates. 244-7326.

TON and driver available for light moving, deliveries. 382-3478. TYPING. Including PHD Thesis accounting done in my home. 382- 0426, eves wends.

TYPING OF any sort done in my home. Knowledge of medical terminology, and basic bookeeping. Call Donna 652-0670. WILL CATER TO small Christmas Parties. Hot or cold meals, lunch or baking.

Phone afternoons or evenings 373-8489. WILL DO Office cleaning, efficient and honest. Call 384-0260. WILL DO TYPING. All types including University students.

Please phone 665-3271 WILL do your Bookkeeping office work in my office. 652-7746. 382-6042. Will haul appliances, clean garages, bsmts yards. 477-2994, 343-1581 ALL SEWING.

Gowns, pant suits. dresses. Alterations 1 hour service. Days 244-4626, eve. 382-6550.

BEAUTIFUL HALL for rent. reasonable rates. 384-2399 between 9 and 5 Monday to Friday. BEER POP bottle pick Up. Cash paid.

242-1960. BEE SLIM Guaranteed to lose pounds inches in a natural way. Honey Bee Polin containes all 72 nutrients needed to lose your excessive weight. Call: 382-1019 BOOKKEEPING, Typing, payroll commissions done in my home. Reasonable rates.

Call 955-3841. CAN'T FIND The Right Gift? "PAMPER ME" gift packs are the answer! Phone 934-7444. WILL DO BOOKKEEPING, Typing Payroll in my home. Ph. 382-4197 Personal Services 15 (Continued) Desserts For All Reasons Homemade.

Finest ingredients. Phone 652-2456 or 244-7751. DO IT YOURSELF 2 bays for rent, by the hour or day. 1 with hoist. Willwin Service, Ave.

23rd St. W. 652-3936. EXPERIENCED SEAMSTRESS: all sewing, alterations. 382-6874.

EXPERIENCED TYPIST will do typing. 665-4100, 664-2989. EXPERIENCED TYPIST. Will do all aspects of typing. 373-3973 EXPERIENCED TEACHERS Aide will do correcting, etc.

for teachers. Ph. Dawn, 652-9165. EXP prof stylist will do cuts. perms in your home.

664-8574 (morn's). FAMILY MAN Needs Work. Carpentry. Drywall. Painting.

384-5822. FIREWOOD BUNDLES weather proofed with kindling, great for apartments, approx. 10 kilos dellvered. Phone the Wood Chop Shop 373-1077. FOR GARBAGE pick-up, hauling junk refuse.

Call 652-2489. FURNACE CLEANING, be ready for winter, more effic. safe and clean, $45. Most furnaces. 477-0550.

GARAGES basements cleaned and hauled away. Senior citizens very reasonable discount. 652-2125. HAIR CUTS and perms done protessionally in your own home. Call Marlene, 244-5286.

Lost and Found 16 FOUND YOUNG female orange Tabby. Place area. Ph. 384-7872. LOST FRIDAY 19TH in Midtown Mall 1 cheque book wallet and calculator.

Please Contact Don Morgan 2 320 Ave. D. South. Reward. LOST MAN'S Gold Ring Jadeite stone.

Reward. Phone 652-8741. LOST. Men's ring, gold onyx. in Midtown Plaza.

Sentimental value. Reward. Call 242-8041. LOST NUTANA Area. Pekingese Terrier, reddish-blonde.

343-0000. LOST: On Nov. 17th necklace, dark brown amber pearls, sentimental value, reward. Phone 374-6831 or 664-4919. LOST: 1 roll carpet Hwy SE Nov.

22nd. Call 382-8235 after 6pm LOST: BONE PHONE radio at the Co-op Credit Union on 33rd Street. $40. reward. Sentimental value.

Phone after 3 p.m. 652-8621 Jean Norrie. Appliance Repair 17 ADVANCED REFRIGERATION APPLIANCE REPAIR Call 244-HELP (24 hours) FRIDGES, deep freezes and residential air conditioning. Reas rates. Call 384-9133.

Tenders Appliance Repair 17 Tenders 23 (Continued) (Continued) HOME CONSUMER SERVICE. Television, Stereo, small appliance repair, reasonable rates. Senior Citizens rates. Phone 665-6561. Appliance Service Maior appli.

repaired guaranteed. 382-5430 (24 hours) T.V. SERVICE All Makes All Models Color We also service stereo, tape decks, radios, video etc. All work guaranteed. Call 242-4700.

Hermiz Electronic Service Plaza 22. Coming Events 19 HOWARD RETTA (McClelland) Kreller. The family of Howard and Retta Kreller are holdIng a come and go tea in honor of their parents 40th Wedding Anniversary, Saturday November 27th from to 5 p.m. at 43 Wentworth Saskatoon. Consider this your Invitation, no gifts please.

QUARTER BLITZZ 5 Quarters for $1 on Friday 6 p.m. to midnight at: THE GAMES CENTER VIDEO ARCADE. 600L Duchess Street. Notices 22 IN THE ESTATE OF CLAUDENA DOROTHY MARY PATTERSON. LATE OF SASKATOON.

IN THE PROVINCE OF SASKATCHEWAN. DECEASED. All claims against the above estate, duty verified by Statutory Declarattion and with particulars and valuation of security held, if any, must be sent to the undersigned before the 10th day of December, A.D. 1982. CANADA PERMANENT TRUST COMPANY 2nd Avenue South Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 1K5 Executors of the Estate of Claudena Dorothy Mary Patterson, Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF DIANA ELIZABETH CONSTANCE WRIGHT, WIDOW, DECEASED, LATE OF THE RURAL MUNICIPALITY OF MAN PARK, IN THE PROVINCE OF SASKATCHEWAN. 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 16th day of December, A.D. 1982. SHERSTOBITOFF, HRABINSKY, STROMBERG YOUNG 300 128 4th Avenue South Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 1M8 Solicitors for the Executor Canada Mongage Societe canadienne and Housing Corporation d'hypolheques el de logement TENDERS CANADA MORTGAGE AND HOUSING CORPORATION SEALED TENDERS, plainly marked as to content and addressed to the undersigned will be received up to 2:00 p.m., C.S.T., Thursday, December 16, 1982, for the construction of 2 buildings of semi-detached design for total of 4 senior citizens units Debden, Saskatchewan. Plans, specifications and forms of tender required can be obtained by prime contractors at the address shown below and are available for inspection at Saskatoon, Prince Albert, Regina, North Battleford, Humboldt and Moose Jaw Construction Associations, at the Municipal Office in Debden, and at C.M.H.C.

offices in Saskatoon. Regina and Prince Albert. A deposit of $50.00 is required for each set of plans, specifications and documents. This deposit is forfeited if plans, specifications and documents are not received at this office intact and in good condition on or before the tenth day following the date of contract award. Each tender must be accompanied by a Bid Bond or by a security deposit of of the tender where the tender exceeds $250,000.

The maximum amount of security deposit required with any one tender is $100,000. Such security deposit shall be retained by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation to ensure due performance of the contract. Cash, a certified cheque, bearer or negotable "Dominion of Canada" Bonds will be accepted as security deposit unless other forms of security are authorized. All cheques must be made payable to the order of "Canada Mortgage and Housing The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. All inquiries shall be directed to Mrs.

Brenda Klassen, (tel: 665-4927), Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, Saskatoon Office. M. B. Young, Branch Manager Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation P.O. Box 1107 233 4th Avenue South Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 3N2 Canada Canada Mortgage.

Societe canadienne and Housing Corporation d'hypotheques el de logement PROPOSALS CANADA MORTGAGE AND HOUSING CORPORATION SEALED PROPOSALS, plainly marked as to content and addressed to the undersigned will be received up to 2:00 p.m., C.S.T., Thursday, December 16, 1982, for the construction of 2 buildings of semi-detached design for a total of 4 senior citizens units at Fosston, Saskatchewan, sponsored by the Federal Government, Province of Saskatchewan, and the Village of Fosston. Plans and specifications and forms of proposals can be obtained by prime contractors at the address shown below and are available for inspection at Saskatoon, Prince Albert, Humboldt, Regina, and Moose Jaw Construction Association, at the Municipal Office in Fosston, and at C.M.H.C. offices in Saskatoon, Prince Albert, and Regina. A deposit of $10.00 is required for each set of plans, specifications and documents. This deposit is forfeited if plans, specifications and documents are not recelved at this office intact and in good condition on or before the tenth day following the date of contract award.

Each propsal must be accompanied by a Bid Bond or by a security deposit of of the proposal where the proposal does not exceed $250,000, plus of the amount by which with proposal exceeds $250.000. The maximum amount of security deposit required with any one proposal is $100,000. Such security deposit shall be retained by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation to ensure due performance of the contract. Cash. a certified cheque, bearer or negotable Dominion of Canada Bonds will be accepted as security deposit unless other forms of security are authorized.

All cheques must be made payable to the order of "Canada Mortgage and Housing The lowest or any proposal not necessarily accepted. Please direct all Inquiries to Brenda Klassen, phone 665-4927, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, Saskatoon Branch. M. B. Young, Branch Manager Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation P.O.

Box 1107 233 4th Avenue South Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 3N2 Canada Canada Mortgage canadienne and Housing Corporation d'hypotheques el de togement PROPOSALS CANADA MORTGAGE AND HOUSING CORPORATION SEALED PROPOSALS, plainly marked as to content and addressed to the undersigned will be received up to 2:00 p.m., C.S.T., Thursday, December 16. 1982, for the construction of 4 buildings of semi-detached design for a total of 8 senior citizens units at Christopher Lake, Saskatchewan, sponsored by the Federal Government. Province of Saskatchewan, and the Rural Municipality of Lakeland. Plans and specifications and forms of proposals can be obtained by prime contractors at the address shown below and are available for inspection at Saskatoon, Prince Albert, Humboldt, Regina, and Moose Jaw Construction Association. at the Rural Municipality Office in Christopher Lake, and at C.M.H.C.

offices in Saskatoon, Prince Albert, and Regina. A deposit of $10.00 is required for each set of plans. specifications and documents. This deposit is forfeited if plans. specifications and documents are not received at this office intact and in good condition on or before the tenth day following the date of contract award.

Each proposal must be accompanied by a Bid Bond or by a security deposit of of the proposal where the proposal does not exceed $250.000 plus of the amount by which the proposal exceeds $250.000. The maximum amount of security deposit required with any one proposal is $100.000. Such security deposit shalt be retained by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation to ensure due performance of the contract. Cash, certified cheque, bearer or negotable Dominion of Canada Bonds will be accepted as security deposit unless other forms of security are authorized. All cheques must be made payable to the order of "Canada Mortgage and Housing The lowest or any proposal not necessarily accepted.

Please direct all inquiries to Brenda Klassen, phone 665-4927, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation. Saskatoon Branch. M. B. Young, Branch Manager Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation P.O.

Box 1107 233 4th Avenue South Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 3N2 Canada Canada Mortgage canadienne and Housing Corporation hypotheques el de logement PROPOSALS CANADA MORTGAGE AND HOUSING CORPORATION SEALED PROPOSALS, plainly marked as to content and addressed to the undersigned will be received up to 2:00 p.m., C.S.T., Thursday, December 16, 1982, for the construction of 3 bulldings of semi-detached design for a total of 6 senior citizens units at St. Isidore de Bellevue, Saskatchewan. sponsored by the Federal Government, Province of Saskatchewan, and the Rural Municipality of St. Louis. Plans and specifications and forms of proposals can be obtained by prime contractors at the address shown below and are available for inspection at Saskatoon, Prince Albert, Humboldt, Regina, and Moose Jaw Construction Association, at the R.M.

Office in Hoey, and at C.M.H.C. offices in Saskatoon, Prince Albert, and Regina. A deposit of $10.00 is required for each set of plans, specifications and documents. This deposit is forfeited if plans, specifications and documents are not received at this office intact and in good condition on or before the tenth day following the date of contract award. Each proposal must be accompanied by 8 Bid Bond or by a security deposit of of the proposal where the proposal exceeds $250.000.

The maximum amount of security deposit required with any one proposal is $100,000. Such security deposit shall be retained by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation to ensure due performance of the contract. Cash, a certified cheque, bearer or negotiable Dominion of Canada Bonds will be accepted as security deposit unless other forms of security are authorized. All cheques must be made payable to the order of "Canada Mortgage and Housing The lowest or any proposal not necessarily accepted. Please direct all inquiries to Brenda Klassen, phone 665-4927, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, Saskatoon Branch.

M. B. Young, Branch Manager Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation P.O. Box 1107 233 4th Avenue South Saskatoon, Saskatchewan an S7K 3N2 Canada UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL MODERNIZATION AND RENOVATIONS INVITATION TO BID Re: CONTRACT R.6.24 SECOND FLOOR-ELLIS HALL (Psychology Psychiatric Home care Child Psychiatry) Sealed tenders (including all trades) will be received by the undesigned for the above renovations work until 2:00 p.m., Central Standard Time, Thursday, December 23, 1982. The contractor's bid should include price for construction (renova: tions) of (a) the total floor, approximately 8,400 square feet, as outlined in the drawings and specifications.

(b) the floor in two phases1. PHASE line A to tine from line 1A to line 10. 2. PHASE I- the remainder of the floor from line A to line and from line 10 to line 14A. The work will be continuous, interrupted only by a one day move time.

Tender documents may be obtained by General Contractors and major subcontractors from the Planning Department, University Hospital, with a deposit of $10.00. Tender documents may be reviewed at the Saskatoon Construction Association, the Regina Construction Association. Southam Building Reports and the Moose Jaw Construction Association. Subcontractors shall file their tenders in accordance with the Saskatoon Bid Depository regulations of the Saskatoon Construction Association Bid Depository located at 532 Second Avenue North. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan before 2:00 p.m..

Central Standard Time, Tuesday, December 21, 1982. Tenders must be accompanied by a Bid Bond or Certified Cheque for ten percent of the tender price. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. The University Hospital Board Mr. G.

Adolph Director of Planning University Hospital Saskatoon. Saskatchewan S7N 0X0 SKIDDER FOR SALE GOVERNMENT OF CANADA INDIAN NORTHERN AFFAIRS Submissions are being sought for the sale of a 1972-150 Mountain Logger Skidder. This Skidder may be viewed at the home of John Holowich at Penn. Saskatchewan. The basis for sale will be cash and the Department of Indian Affairs reserve the right to accept or refuse any or all bids.

For additional information please contact DEAN FIDLER or MAURICE LAFOND at 747-2627. Please forward all tenders to: The Department of Indian Affairs, P.0. Box 790. Shellbrook, Saskatchewan S0J 2E0 and clearly marked TENDERFOR SALE OF SKIDDER. Tenders will be received up to 11:00 a.m.

on December 3, 1982. TENDER 23 SEDCO SASKATCHEWAN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION TENDER CALL SECURITY SEDCO Centre Innovation Place Saskatoon Research Park Saskatoon, Sask. Sealed tenders will received until 2:00 p.m. C.S.T. on Wednesday, December 15, 1982 for Security Services at the SEDCO Centre, Innovation Place, Saskatoon Research Park.

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Tenders will be opened in public immediately thereafter. Bidders may pick up the tender package at: 105 241 Second Avenue South Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Investments 28 FOR RENT: New Duplex, 3 bdr, with appliances, $575. Lawson Heights. Ph 242-7460 eves.

or 652- 1731 days. SO YOU DON'T NEED IT ANYMORE? Sell it for quick Classified. Wanted 51 THE SOFA FACTORY CHALLENGING CUSTOMER RELATIONS OPPORTUNITIES If you seriously enjoy dealing with people and are a tough-minded, enthusi astic individual with the ability to work with difficult situations, in a fast paced environment, then THIS IS FOR YOU! We provide: above average renumeration training program management opportunities plus much more. Become a part of Canada's fastest growing furniture outlet PLEASE APPLY IN PERSON MONDAY TO FRIDAY 9 A.M. TO 5 P.M.

TO MR. ANDY MCKINNON THE SOFA FACTORY 2345 Ave. C. North Saskatoon DRIVE TRUCK and earn approx. $5,000 a month working 5 days per week and home every night.

Initial investment of $25,000 over 3 years. Call 652-0380 from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. EXPERIENCED MEAT CUTTER wanted for position in Kerrobert. salary negotiable.

references required. Send resume to Terry Wasko, Box 105, Tramping Lake, SOK 4H0. For more information phone 755-2062. EARN EXTRA money for Christmas, sales orientated people. Call in person.

Saskatoon Telecable, 345 4th Avenue South, downstairs, ask for Greg. Can develop into full-time. DISTRIBUTORS WANTED: A new line of skin care products. Aloe Vera. Minimum investment of $18.

More information call 382-2676. JOURNEYMAN PLUMBER with residential experience, must have gas ticket and sheet metal experience. Phone 846-2002. Dinsmore. EXPERIENCED PHONE solicitors wanted, $5.

per hr plus commission. call Keith, Eatrite Food Packers Ltd. 934-2026. EARN UP TO $1000 plus per month working 3 days a week, must be a happy, energetic individual. Phone 373-5611.

Sears requires a Part-Time T.V. TECHNICIAN -Must be a qualified technician -Available for flexible hours -Wages commensurate with experience. Apply in person: Personnel Dept. 2nd Floor Monday to Friday 9:00 a.m. to 4:45 p.m.

SIMPSON'S SEARS LTD. Midtown Plaza Saskatoon.

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