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ALL AROUND THE TOWN

  • FILM R-3981
  • Item
  • 1999 or before

Informational television trailers: Five informational 5 minute trailers about the occupations of policemen, bakers, milkmen, mailmen and bus drivers. 1) The trailer on policemen takes you on a policeman's rounds as he patrols the streets on his beat and helps people in need of assistance. 2) The trailer on bakers takes you on a tour of a bakery as the staff make bread, pasteries and donuts. 3) The trailer on milkmen takes you inside a creamery and demonstrates how butter is made, milk is pasturized and bottled, and ice cream is packaged. We also follow a milkman on his rounds as he delivers milk to households on his route. 4) In the trailer on postmen, a boy drops a letter in a mailbox and it is followed as it is picked up at the mailbox and processed through the mail system and is delivered to the addressie. There are good interior shots of the post office showing how letters are sorted. 5) The trailer on bus drivers looks at the different kinds of bus drivers there are highlighting school bus drivers, city bus drivers and long distance highway bus drivers.

CHERRY FILM PRODUCTIONS LTD.

Alfred John "Jack" Pound biographical sketch

Biographical sketch of Alfred John "Jack" Pound who emigrated from England to Canada in 1923 and resided in Regina and Saskatoon, Saskatchewan and Vancouver, British Columbia. While in Saskatchewan, Pound was employed as a tractor driver, farm labourer, car assembly plant labourer, steel worker, air compressor operator, gravel truck driver, taxi company owner and operator, and tour bus company owner and operator. Also included are copies of photographs relating to Pound's career originally taken between 1928 and 1945. Includes images of runway at airfield in Regina being prepared; Jack Pound standing beside a power pole with his house at 2501 Wallace Street to the left; Prairie Bus Lines bus fleet; and construction of General Motors plant in Regina.

BUS DEPOT IN SASKATOON

  • FILM R-1447.1
  • Item
  • 197-?

Film report: Interior shots of the new bus depot in Saskatoon.

CBKST SASKATOON

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