The Morning Star from Vernon, British Columbia, Canada on June 9, 1996 · 59
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The Morning Star from Vernon, British Columbia, Canada · 59

Vernon, British Columbia, Canada
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Sunday, June 9, 1996
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Sunday, June 9, 1996 - The Morning Star 59 VISA 45-3322 FAX: 542-1510 The MorningStar I Office Hours: Mon. to Fri.: 8:00 lh. 4407 - 25TH AVENUE, REGULAR RATE: 35e per word. $5.95 minimum charge per day. SPECIAL RATES: 17 words or less. 3 consecutive days for $12.75.'Plus GST. (No refunds issued on cancellations or copy changes made on special rate ads.) Private party householders ads only. FREE ADS: Household items which are advertised for sale, totalling $50 or less will be published two consecutive days at no charge. One item per ad per week. AOS MUST BE BROUGHT IN NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE. FOUND ITEMS: Any found item is advertised for two consecutive days at no charge. HAPPY OCCASIONS: Happy Birthday, Happy Anniversary, Job Promotion, etc. 1 column by 3". $17.00 incl. GST with or without picture. CHECK YOUR AD1 Notice of error must be given in time for correction before the second insertion of any advertisement. The publisher will not be responsible for omissions or for more than one incorrect insertion, or lor damages or costs beyond the cost of the space actually occupied by the error. Advertisers are reminded that Provincial legislation forbids the publications of any advertisement which discriminates against any person because of race, religion, sex, colour, nationality, ancestry or place of ongin. or age, unless the condition is justified by a bona fide requirement for the work involved. Readers: In ads where 'male' is referred to, please read also as 'female' and where 'female' is used, read also as 'male'. Announcements 003 Funeral Homes 005. Obiluaries 006 In Memoriam 009 Cards of Thanks 012 Vacation Spots 014 Coming Evenls 015 Happy Occasions .018 Lost and Found 021 Notices 024 Personals 027 Health and Wellness 029 Automotive 103 Cars 106 Trucks 109 Vans 112 Boats 115 Motorcycles 118 RV.'s 121 Snowmobiles 124 Trailers for Sale 126 Auto Parts 127 Heavy Equipment 130 Tools 203 Building Supplies 204 Antiques 206 Appliances 4 Furniture 209 Computers 210 Machinery 212 Garage Sales 215 Auction 216 Miscellaneous For Sate 218 Poofs and Spas 220 Sporting Goods 221 Miscellaneous Wanted 224 Musical Instrument 227 Pets & livestock 230 Did you move into the area recently? If you have not been contacted by Welcome Wagon, please call... 2LCOME 'agon Vernon and Armstrong (604)545-4663 Enderby (604)838-6549 Lumby (604)547-6148 5:00 p.m.; St.: 8:00 a.m. -12 noon VERNON, B.C. ,V1T 1P5 BOX SERVICE CHARGE: $6.25 if replies are picked up, $10.00 if replies are mailed. DEADLINES WORD ADS: Wed. publication: ads must be submitted by Mon. 2:00 p.m. Fri. publication: ads must by submitted by Wed. 2:00 p.m. Sun. publication: ads must be submitted by Fri. 2:00 p.m. DISPLAY ADS: Wed. publication: ads must be submitted by Mon. 12:00 noon. Fri. publication: ads must be submitted by Wed. 12:00 noon. Sun. publication: ads must be submitted by 4:00 p.m. Thurs. It is the policy of The Morning Star to receive prepayment on all classified advertisements. If the customer requires tearsheets, etc. to be mailed to them a $2.00 service charge will be added. Ads may be submitted by phone if charged to a VISA or Mastercard account. Farming 233 Fruits 4 Vegetables 236 Lawn & Garden 239 Professional Services 306 Financial Services 307 Mortgages & Loans 308 Employment Wanted 309 Help Wanted 312 Business Opportunities 315 Career Opportunities 318 Chiktcare 321 Rentals 403 Suites for Rent 406 Townhouses for Rent 407 Duplex For Rent 408 Houses for Rent .409 Condos for Rent 410 Mobiles for Rent .412 Business Locations for Rent .....415 Storage Space lor Renf 418 Halls for Rent 421 Housesitling 423 Wanted to Rent .424 Shared Accommodation .427 Real Estate 503 Real Estate Wanted 504 Condos for Sale 505 Houses for Sate 506 Townhouses lor Sale 507 Mobiles for Sale 509 Lots & Acreages for Sale 512 Commercial For Sate 518 Investment Properly 521 Publications 600 Legate & Tenders 606 Lawyers 609 Schools S Vocations 703 Vernon & District Agricultural Society will be holding a general meeting at Kin Park Beer Garden on Wednesday June 12 at 8:00 PM. All members and anyone interested are welcome to attend. DEELEY HARRY GEORGE DEELEY passed away in Vernon on May 30, 1996. He was born in Winnipeg in 1921, Harry was a prominent accordionist, composer: and had taught literally hundreds of students as the operator of Deeley's Accordion School in Winnipeg. He will be deeply mourned by his loving wife, Anastasia and son David as well as by countless students and fellow musicians.l Harry was loved by all that knew him. At Harry's explicit instruction, there will be no public funeral service. CLASSIFIED ACTION LINE 545-3322 r PEOPLES MEMORIAL SOCIETY OF B.C. The Peoples Memorial Society of B.C. now has a local representative. Every person, especially those over the age of 50, have the right to join the Memorial Society and share in the benefits of being a member. Memberships are $10.00 per person. Don't miss out on the opportunity to join. Read this column every week and watch our membership list grow. See our ad on page 169 of the yellow pages or phone Dan or Sharon at 542-4280. MALPASS On Thur. June 6, 1996, MRS. OLIVE MALPASS passed away peacefully at Enderby Hospital. Age 84 years. Olive's family were pioneers of the area, she was born in Armstrong and lived in the Enderby area all her life. In 1931 she married Thomas Malpass at Armstrong and worked with him in his companies including Malpass Lumber & Poles Ltd. Olive worked and supported Enderby and District Hospital and the Museum. She was also active in the Chamber of Commerce, enjoyed travelling and cards. Olive will be sadly missed and lovingly remembered by her daughter Cleo Jones, Enderby; son George (Gisele), Vancouver; 2 grandchildren Tom Malpass, N. Vancouver and Janice Roote, Whistler; 1 greatgrandchild Jaimie Roote, Whistler; brother Walter, Vancouver and many friends. She was predeceased by husband Thomas in 1991. Funeral Services will be held 2:00 p.m. Sat. June 8, at St. Andrew's United Church, Enderby, Rev. Ken Jones officiating. Burial in family plot Cliffside Cemetery, Enderby. Arrangements in the care of MOUNTAIN VIEW FUNERAL Home. Donations in memory of Olive may be made to Palliative Care, Enderby and District Memorial Hospital. SICH MR. WILLIAM (BILL) SICH. a long time resident of Vernon, was called Home to be with his Lord on Monday, June 3rd, 1996 at the age of 94 years. He will be lovingly remembered by one stepdaughter and son-in-law; Elfriede & Herbert Steffi of Vernon, B.C., two step-sons and daughters-in-law: Eric & Hedy Neitsch and Theodor & Elfriede Neitsch, all of Winfield, B.C., seven grandchildren, two greatgrandchildren, one brother and sister-in-law; Leo & Lydia Sieg of Edmonton, Alberta, three sisters; Emily Malzahn of Vernon, B.C., Therese of Poland and Lukadia of Germany and numerous nieces and nephews. The Funeral Service was held at St. John's Lutheran Church on Friday, June 7th, 1996 at 1:30 P.M. with Reverend E. Rath officiating. Interment followed in the family plot at Pleasant Valley Cemetery. As an expression of symapthy, those who wish to do so may send donations in memory of Bill Sich to either the Canadian Cancer Society. P.O. Box 191, Vernon. B.C. V1T 6M2 or to St. John's Lutheran Church, 5151-Alain Road, Vernon, B.C. V1B 3K6. Funeral arrangements were made with BETHEL FUNERAL CHAPEL LTD., 5605-27th Street. (542-1187) . POPOFF We regret to announce the death at Vernon Jubilee Hospital on June 7, 1996, of MR. MICHAEL JOHN POPOFF, at the age of 78 years. Michael was a career member of the Canadian Army and a veteran of the Second World War. He was a resident of Vancouver prior to moving to Vernon in the early 1970s. Michael will be sadly missed and lovingly remembered by his wife of 54 years, Margaret; and sons: Dan (Debbie) of Vernon and Greg (Mary) of Purcell, Oklahoma. He is survived also by grandchildren: Keirsten (Toshi), Heather, Jamie, Michael, Jeremy, and Megan; sisters: Florence, Eunice (Vic) and Marion; and numerous nieces, nephews, and extended family members. Cremation. Friends are invited to join the family on Sunday, June 9, between 2 PM and 4 PM, at 1800-32 Ave., Vernon; at a reception honoring Michael's life and memory. Arrangements for cremation are in the care ol VERNON FUNERAL HOME. 542-0155. TURNBULL We regret to announce the sudden and tragic death of DARLENE JUNE TURNBULL at her home on May 30th, at the age of 47 years. Darlene was a resident of Vernon since 1988. She dearly loved nature and the outdoors; hunting, camping and fishing; and especially horseback riding. Darlene will be sadly missed by her son. Walter (Shannon) of Armstrong: grandchildren: Brandon, Kenneth, and Chelsea: brothers Brian and Allen of Lillooet; sister Gayle Redan of Lillooet; and her former husband, Ken Turnball of Tumbler Ridge. She is also survived by many nieces, nephews, and extended family members. Darlene was predeceased by a son, Kenneth, in 1978. A Celebration of Life Service was held on Saturday. June 8. at 2:00 PM in the Chapel of Vernon Funeral Home, with Mr. Brian Jackson officiating. Arrangements are in the care Of VERNON FUNERAL HOME. 542-0155. I CliWi'il'lilW IN LOVING MEMORY OF OUR DEAR WIFE. MOTHER & GRANDMOTHER. ELSIE MARY WAGNER, PASSED AWAY, JUNE 10, 1994. Gone are the days we used to share But in our hearts you're always there. The gate of memories will never close We miss you more than anyone knows. Fondly remembered by: husband Dennis, children & grandchildren. 3 I would like to thank all the following people for their help and support during the time of the passing of my husband PAUL SPAK. Dennis Wagner, for his heartfelt Eulogy and the Elk Members of Lodge No. 45. A special thanks to the ladies of the Royal Purple for their refreshments, the I.C.U. Staff and Nurses on 3 West of the Vernon Jubilee Hospital and particularity Karen. Dr. Tsang and Dr. Latham. A special thanks to all my neighbours and friends for their kindness during this difficult time. Mina Spakand family. THANK YOU We would sincerely like to thank the many thoughtful and kind people for all the caring words, flowers and cards during the illness and loss of our Mother, Grandmother and dear Friend, GLADYS KRAL. To all the people who visited her during her lengthy stay in hospital; the nurses on 2 West; Drs. Huang and Creele, a special thank-you for making Mom a little more comfortable. To a very special man, Dr. John Wheeldon; for all your care and concern for our Mother; words cannot express our heartfelt thanks. We will always remember all of your kindness. God bless you all and thank-you from the bottom of our hearts. Janice and Warren Baines Errol and Arlette Krai and families. Lou Sodmont. We would like to extend our heartfelt thanks and deep appreciation for all the kindness , love and support, cards and flowers received after the loss of our much loved husband, father, grandfather and friend. WILLIAM ' L. LEE (BILL). Special thanks to all the Internists and nurses of ICU3W at the Vernon Jubilee Hospital and a very special thanks to Minister Brian Jackson and the staff of The Vernon Funeral Home for their -help and guidance at a very 'difficult time. MARY LEE AND FAMILY To Bill & Sheila Robertson of Downtown Realty Armstrong. Words can't express the gratitude for your kindness & assistance in making my move to Armstrong go smoothly. In spite of all of the problems that arose you had solutions to all of them. I have never had such service from Realtors in the past. Many Thanks! Cathie Cross l 2 bdrm. Time Share, Holiday Park. Oyama. Worldwide vacation exchange. $4,000. 0B0 542-5856. H 4 bdrm. furnished home. Silver Star Mtn. Weekly or monthly. 1-604-298-1545. Cabin for Rent on Okanagan Lake, month of July $350per week. 1-604-546-8009 eves, 542-1151 days. Cabin for sale on Okanagan Lake. Westside Rd. 558-7047 after 6pm. Fully furnished Hawaiian Condo Makaha, sleeps 4, available for 2 to 4 wks in fall. $450wk. Call Kathy 545-7490. Hawaii. 1 bdrm furnished, beach, duplex. $200week. Available. June, Sept. References. 545-5984 til 9 pm. Houseboat Charter on Shuswap Lake, weekends $125per person, food & accommodation included. Weekly rentals also avail. 549-4822 Kalamalka lakefront family condo. June 29-July 13. Weekly $800. or $1 .500. for 2 Wks. 1-403-455-1330. OK Lakeshore, modern 2 bdrm., cabin, near Vernon. Off season rates. June only. $350wk. 1-604-421-9748. Wanted to rent: cabin or lot on Okanagan for 2 weeks. July 7-20. 549-1296 eves. Fathers Day smorgesboard. Riverside Hall, Ashton Creek, Enderby. Dinner served 5:30 p.m. Adults $8.00. RESTORATION MUSIC FESTIVAL August 16-1 7-1 8-Vernon Exhibitor space available Arts and commercial 542-1424 Happy Birthday Boys! David, June 7 Kelly, June 9 1 Jeff, June 10 b It 's hard keeping up with you giiys! We love you Mom, Dad, and the rest of the Family The next time you think, of parking here... think of being parked here. ZiiMorningStor SSaa loekvko 40! 4 ,:;fr ( fluHette i .... Luove pot q)uhc 10. Wo (zPfsi ' 601 h "Mau'rr shll a CAROL'S 40! Did you think wc would forget? Love from The Gang " Can you " believe it! r3ill Nakucyj is AO today Happy EJIrthday Dill Love Family , & Friends , I r J

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