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SUN WANT ADS BUY, SELL, ANYTHING Saturday 4 p.m. Vamv uver, p6-4?ll North Vsn., O88-8826 Njw West., -i.-t.HtU SrEaMTwKEKENU j! p.m. to 9 p.m. 738-4.11 COUNTER A BUX OFFICE First by Far in Circulation and Classified Want Ads. More Headers, More Results! IN EXCHANGE Mimnjy inrounn saiuraay M-.-au irn in n m J 44 VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, THURSDAY, NOV. 17, 1966 Sun Classified Want Ad Section he wi Vancouver'! Leading Newspaper Published every wmMm by Sun Publishing Company Limited under agreement with Pacific Praia Ltd., Printer and Owner 3260 Granville SU raa-aiti , Stuart Keete . . ..." . ,Pu blUher J. L. Dampler . . General Manager J. M. Lecky, Executive Assistant Bruce fiutcMton. Editorial Mrec t'r h. M. Bwangard, Managing Editor j w. Tooiood .. AOvtg. Director F. H. Edwardi .iClrciilitW J. J. Rooaey .. Business Manager J. A. McLellan .. Promotion i Mgr. North Vancouver i-VUkon 8-8636 Mew Westminster, LAkeylew l-2bbl a. .1 l a. n.. . f 'lf alVf Nle-ht Phonea alter 8 o'ciock: Night Editor 733-am Advertising Rules and Regulations The Vancouver Bun reaervea the tneretort. and to determine page 10TheVancouvei Sun wew the right to revise or reject adver-t Ming the Sun adverttalng boxea to retain any answers received ft the, aald boxes and to repay the customer the earn, paid for the f advertisement end box "USSlatrnt vof errors to advertisement mu be received by the Jubllahe? within 30 daya after the nrif fiUy the advertiser requesting space that the liability IT Thi rVanKuver Sun (Division of Pacific Press Ltd.) In the event of failure to pub lsh an advertisement, or In tne event of an error appearing in the advertisement as published shall be limited to the amount paid by the advertiser for only one Incorrect insertion ior the portion of the advertising space occupied by the Incorrect or omitted Item only, and that there shall be no liability In any event greater than the amount paid for auch advertising; "SUBSCRIPTION RATES Wherever carrier service Is maintained. $2.50 per mouth. Canada ' and British Commonwealth, one year, $25.00. six months. $13.00; 3 months, S-50, single months, $2.50; United States. Australia and Foreign Countries, $3.50 per month. Saturday only: . Canada, $10.00 per year;Unlted States, Australia and orgn Countries 25c per copy or $13.00 per year. . , Authorized as second class mall. tnt ritrtna nonartment. Ottawa. Mbr. Audit Bureau of Circulation. Circulation uept. pnune. im-.j' CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum space 2 lines of type 60c per line per day 4 days for the price of 3 7 days ior the price of 5 an days. 40o uer line per day Above rates apply to consecutive Insertions only without change in copy. Births, Engagements, Marriages, Card of ThanksMemorial Notices. not exceeding 10 lines, minimum charge $4.00 per Insertion. Each nHHHinnnl line 40r riallv. Death and funeral notice, $6 for first 10 lines. Additional lines fine per line dally. (Above rates apply to B.C. only) Rox Service Chame Replies picked up . . 50c per order Replies mailed .. $1.00 per order PHONE 73S-411 DISTRIBUTORS Vinmnnr 99?ift rim n ville St. 732-2371 New Westminster J. B. Norman 44 Begble St. LAkeview l-2bbl North Vancouver Len Churchill 340 Lonsdale , YUkon 8-8b26 West Vancouver 732-2371 Burn Lake Mrs. Jean Stedman , Phone 307V Chliliwack Roy-jS5?J2 odou tine An, . muiit ?' ! ( ran brook John Hlebert r,oi 8th Ave. south, pn. ct-.w Dawson Creek J. E. Wilson Phone ST 2-4742 1521108 Avenue Dawson Creek Duncan navlri Scutt 169 Craig St. Iernie Box 464 olden Box 23 (rand Forks Box 216 Hudson Hope Box 172 KamlooDS Phone 746-4733 Robert Boyd Phone 460 Mrs. Ruth Esiey Phone 344-5537 Mrs. Irene Parker Phone 442-8602 Mrs. M. E. Glbb Phone 783-5305 Frank Brown Phone 372-2833 749 St. Paul St Kelnwna Mrs. Edna Giordano ion Roialra, Ave Phone 7B2-2565 Klmberley Mrs. F. Walde 4th Ave. Townslte 427-3986 Kltlmat Mr. Hans Kujus 15 Heron Street, Qnv AA1?i Wltlmat. WP Phone 837 Merritt Mr. RoberY Hogg Anv R3S. Merttt Phone 878-5H67 Nanalmo J. E. Wblllam ' sun Office 94 Front St. . SKvllne 4-2388 Nelson 5021st Street Ocean Vails Box 307 Pentlcton Mr. Ernest wan Phone 325-2463 Mrs. Dorothy Shaw Phone 289-339! Mr. Dave Hewer 1497 Manitoba St. Ph. 492-0120 Port Albernl H. roxaii Box 67, Port Albernl Ph. 724-0433 Port Hardy Mrs. Shirley Ross Airport, Port Hardy Ph. 949-6440 Powell River W. Stanford 4454 Joyce Ave. 485r4233 Prince George Ai Fleury co A. Harvey Services, 1492 4th Avenue Ph. LO 4-8012 Prince Rupert R. A. Giordano 744 West 6th Phone 624-4130 Princeton Mrs. IN el He Garrison 248 Lime Street Phone 295-6373 Quesnel . Mrs. Anna G. Lowden Box 682 Phone 992-717ti Revelstoke Mrs. Mary Beruschl 305 Victoria St., Bpx 450 Phone 837-4368 BIRTHS GOSSEN To Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gossen (nee Walker) at Lions Gate Hospital, on November 10, 1968, a son, Trevor Jack, 8 lbs. 2 ozs. SAKAKI To Tom and Yukle Sakakt at Richmond General Hospital, a son, Daniel Gordon, 7 lbs. 4'. ozs. A brother for Michael, Pattl and Mary Anne. SIMMONS To Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Simmons (nee Hampton) at Lions Gate Hospital, on November 5, 1966, daughter, Deborah Joan, 7 lbs. 14 V ozs. A sister for Wade. SMITH To Gordon and Lorraine Smith (nee Le Brum on November 3, 1986, at Royal Columbian Hospital, a daughter Linda Ann. 7 lbs. 8 ozs. A sister for Brian and Janice. STANTON To Carol and Jim Stanton, a son, Charles Austin, 6 lbs. 10 ozs. on November 13, 1966, at Grace Hospital. MARRIAGES SEGSWORTH SUTHERLAND On November 14, 1966 In the Chapel C.F.B.. Penhold, Aiberta. Mr. Theodore C. Segsworth of Lethbridge to Mrs. Kathleen Sutherland of Vancouver. DEATHS A N D E RSON Carolina Mary Josephine Anderson o' boSS Brooks St. on Novemaer 16. IS aged 92 years. Survived by 3 sons. Leonard S., New Westminster; Benjamin W Vancouver; Erigar A.. Gibsons. B.C.; 3 daughters. Mrs. Gladvs Willing, Burnahv; Mrs. Amy McGregor. North Vancouver; Mrs. Violet stein, Vancouver; 9 grandchildren; 12 great-grandrhirdren. Rev. Glen Baker will conduct the funeral service in the Mount Pleasant Chanel. Klngsway at 11th Ave. on Friday. November 18 st 12 noon. Cremation. DEATHS BRERETON On November 12, 19, In Winnipeg, Dr. Thomas Cloudsley Brereton, aged 85 years, of 428 Waverlcy Stieel. Dr. Brereton was born in Bethany, Ontario In 1881. He graduated from the Toronto Medical College in 19C5, began practising In Carnduff, Saskatchewan, moving to Winnipeg in 1916 where heTiad i been a Pediatrician until his retirement at the age of 82. His wife, the former Mary Ellen Ross from Cannlngton, Ontario, predeceased hint in 1958. Surviving are four sons, Ross of Clarkson, Ontario, Bert of Montreal, Dr. Donald and Claude of Winnipeg; 12 grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Wlnnifred Hoodsplth and Mrs. Myra Lockhart of Vancouver and one brother William P. Brereton of Quebec, a former City of Winnipeg Engineer, funeral service was held on November 15. In the Thomson Funeral Chapel, Rev. Dr. Reid E. Vlpond officiated. Interment was made In Chapel Lawn Memorial Gardens. COOK November 15, 1966, Harry Thomas Cook, aged 79 years. South Burnaby, a late member of CP Pensioners Association. Survived by his sinter, Mrs. Lillian Louisa Brunst, Burnaby; 1 nephew, Henry John Cook, and 1 niece, Miss Rose Lillian Cook of Burnaby. Also a nephew, Arthur William Cook, his wife, Bertha, and their 2 sons, In Auckland. New Zealand; 2 nieces and 2 nephews In England. Funeral service Saturday, November 19, at 10 a.m. from ROYAL OAK FUNERAL CHAPEL. Kingsway at Royal Oak Ave.. Burnaby, Rev. G. Searcy officiating. Interment Ocean View. , DE-BRINCAT Passed away November 15, 1966, In M.S.A. Hospital, Joseph Domlntk De-Brlnrat. aged 71 years, late of 5505 Bradncr Rd, Bradner, B.C. Deceased was a member of Royal Canadian Legion Branch 16, member of Independent Order of Foresters. Survived by hl loving wife, Annie Louise; 1 daughter, Mrs. A. S. (Margorie) Hansen, Vancouver; 2 sons, Arthur and Ramon, in Burnaby; 7 grandchildren; 1 brother and 1 sister in Wlnnlpee: 1 sister in Malta. Re quiem mass will be celebrated Friday, November 18, at 11 a.m. in bt. Ann s Catholic Church, Abbots-ford. Father Paul Foran. celebrant. Interment Aberdeen Cemetery. Henderson s Funeral Home of Ab-botsford, directors. , ELIA In hospital November 16, 19K6, Saveria beloved wife of uomenie tna or 7711 Hudson Street. Survived also by her son rxieoi and A erandchlldren. van couver. A niece and a nephew in Italy. Prayers Friday. 7:30 p.m. in Kearney Funeral Chapel, 1096 West Broadway, Requiem Mass St. Anthony's Church 73rd Avenue and Montcalm Street, Saturday November 19 at 9:30 a.m. hev. J Hanrahan Celebrant. Interment ueean view Burial park. ERSKINE Passed away November 16. 1966. In hospital, Robert Alexander Ersklne, of 2875 Waterloo street, In his 56th year. Survived hy his loving wife, Annie; 1 son, George R. Ersklne; 2 dauehters, Mrs. Robert (Marea- retl Hepworth and Miss Elspeth t.rsKine, an or Vancouver; 1 sis, ter. Mrs. R. Keith. Olaseow. Scot land. Funeral service Saturday, November 19, at 11 a.m. in Nunn & Thomson's chapel. 10th Ave. and Camble St., Rev. G. A. Thomson officiating. Cremation. FURRY Passed away November 14. ism. Wll Ham Gordon Furry, of 928 Main Street in his 49th year. Survived by his wife, Audrey; 1 son, Ross Charles Furry. Prince George; 2 sisters in nntar o. The deceased served In Second World War. Funeral service Friday, at 11 a.m. in Simmons & McBride Funeral Chapel. Broad way at Maple Street. Rev. Walter l.lttle officiating. Interment Vic tory Memorial Park. White Rock. GEDDES CaDtain Alexander oeaaes passea away rnovemoer is, izmn. in nis inn year, ai nis home. Funeral arrangements liter. HALVERSON On Nov. ember 15. 1966. H. George Ha verson. 335 - 9 St.. New wesi- mlnntor. Jlcd 75 veara. Sur vlved ov i sons, neroen w., New Westminster: l. Annur Detroit, Micnigan; o granu-children; 1 sister In Norway. njrontipii wait a lonatlme mem ber of I.O.O.F. Lodge, No. 8. Van-xniivoi. Funeral service Saturday. November l at jlu: sum. in Mnuni 7 inn Lutheran church. 10th Avenue and Cumberland Street. Pastor L. T. Nllson officiating. Interment Fraser Cemetery, in lieu of Tiowero oonaiioni iu Mount Zlon Church organ fund, wmilrt he aooreclated. S. BOWELL sons directors. HAYTON November 15. 1966, Mb oiio Havtnn. nf 36 E. 14th Ave. aged 75 years. Survived by her loving husband, Albert; 1 .son, Kenneth; 1 daughter, Mrs. Irene Sherwood, born or Vancouver; x granddaughter, Sharon and grand-nn. Kenneth: nieces and neohews. Funeral service Friday, November 18. at 1 p.m., in the CHAPi. or CHIMES. Harron Bros. Ltd., 10th Avenue and Ontario Street. Rev. D. W. Harris officiating. Cremation. Flowers In containers appre ciated. ( HENDERSON Florence Roblna. widow of Lewis U. Henderson, of 806 8th Street. New Westminster, on November 15, 1966, tn her 90th year. The deceased was born In New Zealand, came to B.C. In 1889 and had resided In New Westmln ster for over 65 years; was the last Charter member of the Free Methodist church In New Westminster. Survived by 1 brother, Thomas H. Slncock. New West minster. Funeral service will be conducted by the Rev. George W. ievens on r naay, November 18, at 3 p.m., from the Chapel of Wood lawn Funeral Home, 8th street and ntn Avenue. New went. minster. ir.i;mni taiuiry plot. r,raer cemeiery. 1966. Jennnl H Harhart nf Vltai w. sin Ave aged 64 years. Sur vived bv her son Fred: and oaugnter-in-law Gertie, of Van couver; and 2 grandchildren. Rev. H. Lennox DD will conduct the funeral service in tne Moun Pleasant Chapel, Kingsway at liin Ave., on rnaay, November is, at 2 p.m. Interment Mountain view Cemetery. JOHNSON November 15, 1966. Emma Elizabeth Johnson. 61?5 Beatrice Street aged 75 years. Survived by ner husband Thomas Farmer Johnson, 2 sons Thomas of London, OnL Berthuld of North Battleford, 2 daughters, Mrs. H. B. Goodfellow of Calgary, Mrs. V. S. Dolden of Puerto Rico; 17 grandchildren, also a sisters. Reverend K. Arnold Westcott. D.D., conducting funeral service In Mount Pleasant Chapel, Kingsway at 11th Avenue, Sunday. Novem ber 20 at 4 p.m. interment Monaay. KET.I.Y November 16. 1966, Arthur Isaac Kelly, of 389 E. 36 Avenue, a zed 72 vears. Survived bv his lovlne wife. Kitherlne; 1 daughter, Mrs. Lorraine Engler. Vancouver; l grandson woraon, o brothers. George, Prince Albert; John. Winnipeg; Jim, Burnaby; 6 sisters. Mrs. Dwlght Waines, and Mrs. Alec rrout, Vancouver; mrs. Martin Paddock. Rivers, Manitoba, Mrs. Ivan Shanks. Neepawa, Manitoba: Mrs Jack Windover, Brandon, Manitoba, Mrs. ;,ome RaIH winnlnpc. Funeral service r rlday, rovemoer it. at o p.m. in tne CHAPEL, Uf i ttimcA narron Bros. Ltd., 10th Avenue and On tario Street. Rev. W. H. Brooks officiating. Interment Mountain View. I.EAHY On November 15. 1!W Susmna Bowden Leahy, of 1741 Williams Street, aged 77 years. Survived by her loving husband. Robert: stepson. George A. Leahy, Vancouver; half-broth- tr. Kuan Hennenury, Newiouna-land. Prayers, Thursday, November 17. at 7 p.m., in the Grandvlew Funeral Chapel, 1349 Commercial Drive. Requiem Mass, Friday. November 18. at 9:30 am.. In St. Francis Churrh. 1020 Remlin Drive. Rev. Father John Galvln, O.F.M. celebrant. Inteiment, Mountain View Cemetery. DEATHS MACAULAY Pissed away November lb, 1968, In hospital, VIda Irving Macaulay. of 1445 West 14th Avenue, aged 75 years. Miss Macaulay taught at Lord no-oem scnoot ior many years. fun., ....... I ... C . .. V 1 1 Funeral service Friday, November 18, at 4 p.m. in Nunn n nunn Tnomson s Kvt. and Camble St.. en a pel, una Ave. Rev. A. A. Rogers b.D, officiating. Floweri gratefully declined. MacDOUGALL Suddenly, on November 15, 1966, Bryan Alexander MacDoutaU, late of 3362 Bella Vista, aged 6 years. Survived by his loving mother; 2 brothers. Richard Martin and Scott Anthony. Mass of the Angels. Friday. November 18, at 1 p.m., from St. Joseph's Church, Mcmlng and 18th, Rev. Father J. crown, ceieorant. interment, Mountain View. Chapman and Harold Edwards, directors. November 16, lSf In'hoi-aVJT nltaL Mrs. Euohemia Marv T Mclntyre, widow 61 the late Malcolm Mclntyre, formerly of 981 west 2btn Avenue, survived oy her son. Peter; brother,,, Charles McTavish and sister, Mii Xlly McTavisa of Vancouver. "A life member of Alexandria Chapter No. 6 O.E.S. Funeral service Friday. November 18, af 3 P,.nv.Jn Nunn & Thomson's Chapel, lOih Ave. and Camble Street Rev. Hnrtweii A. Watts officiating. In terment Masonic Cemetery, ,pur- naby. t iowers grateiuiiy oecuneu. -7 MAKOW Passed away 1966. i VII November ia vrzir mi a ' A7ta Ave.. Van couver, In his 76th year. Survived oy his wife, Mrs. Leonilna Makow; couver; 2 daughters; Mrs. .Marie Carlsen, North Vancouver; and Mrs. Ann Pertl, Calgary: W grandchildren; 2 great -grand- chiidren: also a oroiner. wuimiij, r anri a sister. Ann oJtap, St. Jamis, Manitoba. Mr Makow was pre-deceased bv n s loving wife Kather ne, on Aprlf 3, 1965 and will be laid to, rest at her side at Forest Lawn Memorial Park. Mr. Makow was retired by the ( n k ana wai a mciimvi the United Assoc. of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing "9 Ar&i.Viw: Pravera will be said Friday November 18 at 7 pTm" In The Little Chapel of SeTd sStuTdNovember 19. at 10 a.m. Tne .verv 'MUppSS brustawka off ering. FOREST LAWN muniunn rectors in cnarge. , veEHio5RWdarid0hnRiv; i7i 25 vears. Dear y beloved son SfejamesyeMd- Florence Mewhort "Verra11?ern,i,a: SfffS". nard and Daniel, Vancouver; Rose, Dear nephew of Mrs. D. G. Fraser. E-.m- "e ""rM.i n'rive S ,ih lim Semlln Drive, Rev. Father John Galvln. OF Cele-, D interment Ocean view Ull'. ' Burial para. MOW On November 10, 1968. Yuen Sing, aged 78 years, late of Ls East Pender Street. Survived by his wife, Loo Bhee; 1 son and I daughter, ell In China. Funera service Saturday, November 19, at II a.m., in Armstrong A Company Chapel. 304 Dunlevy Ave., Rev. T. Tarn officiating. Interment Ocean View Burial Park. MYERS Passed away sud- ffiidWoxTey Myers, ot 692 Adera Street, aged 57 year.. Sur vived by her husband, jonn i. Myers: 2 daughters, Mrs. Robert a ( Judith) Skene, Vancouver and Dorothy L. Myers at home: l grandchild. Funeral rvtee Friday, November 18,. at 1:80 p.m. In Nuiin A Thomson's chapeL 10th Ave. and camoie si., nev. "r Morrison officiating. CrernaOon. Flowers gratef ully declined. Con-4v.t,-vn tn tha Rr Heart Foun dation would be appreciated. r.,,.., . x, rn Wnvemher 9. 1966, Ann Newman, late of 407 B. 25th Avenue, Vancouver, Survived W,1J ,n"",ni7nrer.,'.nd 2 'sisters. Funeral service Friday, November i. ai a p-iit" Chapman Funeral Home, 802 1 W. Broadway. Reverend 8al officiating. Interment Mountain View. NICHOL Dr. Norman G suddenly in his 46th year, at Niagara Falls, Ontario, on November 12, 1996, as a result of an accident. Dr. Norman Guatava NIchoL Sunnyside Drive, St. Catharines, Ontario, beloved husband of Ruby Micas Nlchol, dear father of Ronald and Danlta Nlchol, both at home, son of Mrs. George Nlchol of Vancouver and brother of William Nlchol of Swift Current. Saskatchewan, Flight Lieut. Lloyd Kixhni nr the RCAF Ottawa and Douglas Nlchol of Vancouver. Service was held In Butler Chapel, 33 Duke street, si. tainannea, uni. on November 16. Interment took place In Victoria Lawn Cemetery. PERRY November 15, 19 66, William Hawley Perry, late of 50 East Cor WdPo dova Deceased was a tataran nf the First and Second World Wars. Funeral service Friday, November 18, at 10 a.m. In Armstrong uo. v-napei, m una-levy. Rev. Roy Durnford officiating. Interment Victory Memorial Park. ROSS Passed away In Toronto, Ont., November 14, 1996, Muriel Graham Rots, of 9 Roanoke Road, Don Mills, Ont., aged 52 years. Survived by 2 sons, Robert, North Vancouver; Kenneth, Vancouver; 1 daughter, Beverly, Vancouver; her mother, Mrs. R. J. Mclntyre; 3 brothers. Doutlas Mclntyre, North Vancouver; Ralph, Vancou ver; uonaia, Keiowna; a sisters, Mrs. A. (Olive) Elliott, Mrs. F. R. (Jean) Downer. Mrs. P. (Eileen) Marwlck, ail of Vancouver. Funeral service Monday, November 21, at l p.m., in Canadian Memorial Church, 15th Avenue and Burrs rd street. Rev. W. Stuart Mac Leod and Rev. Hartwell A. Watts officiating, interment ocean view, Flowers aratefullv declined. Dona tions may be sent to Canadian Cancer Society, 68(1 West 10th Avenue. Chapel of Chimes, Harron Bros. Ltd., funeral directors. SLADICS On November 9, 1986, Steve s ad ics. or 116 west Hast ings Street, aged 69 years. Sur vived by his wife, istvanne. and son, Steve, In Hungary; also hi brother, Andrew. Prayers will be said In the Mount Pleasant Chapel, Kingsway at mn Avenue, inurs- day, November 17, at 8:30 p.m., followed By tne funeral service in the Mount Pleasant Chanel. Fri day, November 18, at 10 a.m. In terment Mountain View. SNOOK Albert Oliver, of 409 Oak Street, New Westminster, for merly of Laatock. Saskatchewan, on November 16. 1966. In Ma 80th year. Survived by his loving wife, Doris, New Westminster; 3 sons, William H., Vancouver: Glen T., White Rock; 3 grandchildren. Funeral service will be conducted by the Rev. R. Forseth and the Rev. R. L. Dean on Saturday, November 19. at 10 a.m.. from the Chanel of Wood lawn Funeral Home, 8th Street and 6th Avenue. Interment iamny plot, valley View Memorial Gardens. WALKER Suddenly nn Nnvim. ber 15. 1966. Alexander Stewart Walker, late of 948 Plermond Rd.. Richmond. Survived by 2 daughters, Mrs. J. (Marguerite) Tough. Richmond, Mrs. W. (Doris) Mc-Dowall. Ueanda. Africa, and 4 grandchildren. Funeral service Saturday. November 19, at 10:30 a.m. from the Chapman k Harold Edwards Funeral Home, 802 W. Broaday at Wlilovv. Rev. H. 1 Pnrker officiating. Interment Mountain View .Courtesy parking Fainnont P.ulidlng, Broadwav t Willow. 'I Special Sunday Services . . SUN WANT ADS should be phoned in 6 P.M. to 9 P.M. SUNDAY for oil Monday editions for a courteous Want Ad taker KATXS WEST Charles Arthur. Major of British Columbia Dragoons, second world war. at st. josepn s nosDiLai. namiiLun. uni., inura- dav. November 17. 1966. C. Ar thur West, dearly loved husband of Marlon Lalna of Dundas, Ont., in his blst year. Dear tamer ot Baroara (Mrs. rticnara uowat ana beloved erand father cf Kim and Ricky, Dundas; dear son ot Mrs. Charles T. West, Slmcoe. Also survived by 1 brother and 2 sisters. Funeral Saturday afternoon at 1:30 p.m., Dundas. interment simcoe, WILLIAMS Passed away sud denly November 14, 1966. Llonei P. Williams of 2340 Cornwall St., at 73 years of age. Survived by his loving wiie, Liiy; i sons, jonn David of Fernle, B.C., and Trevor T I A 1 ....... . . a wwra.ri chlldren. The deceased w as a member of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch No. 187. Funeral service Friday at 1:30 p.m., in St. Andrew's Wesley United Church, Burrard and Nelson. Rev. R. R. Cunningham, D.D., officiating. Cremation Garden Chapel, Ocean View. Simmons A McBride, funeral directors, In charge. 10 fUSuXAl NOTICES The member of Alexandra Chapter No. 6, O.E.S., are requested to attend the service for our late sister. Euphemla Mary Mclntyre, lite memher. on Friday. November 18, at 3 p.m., in Nunn A Thomson's Chapel, 10th Avenue and Camble. mrs. vioiei oifc,ii, w.jn. Mrs. Jessie Moyls, secty. Officers and members of J Kerrlsdaie K e o k a i lxrage no, ii are requesteu to ai-tend the funeral ot Sister Jeannle ri. Heroert, r.n.u., on rrioay, vrmuer xct, i A v.u. 111 .muuhv DlMaant r-hanal KlntTft way at 11th Ave. 12 CAK3S OF THA-'CXS On behalf of the brothers D. J. and S. A. Campbell In Ont. of the late W. H. (Bill) Campbell, I wish to extend my moat sincere thanks to Dr. Wilson, matron, Miss Jennings and all the staff of the lnr Daughters' Hospital in uncan. B.C. To the Hirst Funeral Hflni mv rfaea annravatlnn fnr their help and co-operation In making all arrangements for the trio to Klnnton. ont. To the Dun can Reforestation Dept. and our many inenas, ootn on me mainland and throughout the Island; my deepest thanks to all for the many cards and beautiful flowers and kind thoughts during the recent loss ot a near rnena. Anne Morgan. i We ' wnuld Ilka tn evtenri nur sincere thanks and appreciation to ui our mentis anq neigntwri ior their .Und tokens of sympathy and iierai tribute during our recent bereavement of our dearly be loved wife and mother, Mr. Cath erine. (H.ayi Bragg, a special thank you to Rev. J. Soroehan and Dr. John nick. Jack, Elaine A Tom, Mrs. T. Robertson, pete and Nessle. I wish to express mv sincere tnanks and gratitude to friends, neighbors and relative and all others for their kind expressions of sympathy during the recent loss of my beloved eon. Robert Peter, and to Rev. F. B. Runnalls ior his consoling word. A special thanks to the staff of C.K.N.W. Mrs. Peter Vogt. We wish to exuess aur many thanks tn our relatives and friends for their word of ym- patny anu iiorai token receives by us during our recent bereavement. We thank especially Rev. A. n. uummmg ior nis Kindness ana consolation. Mrs. Bessie Pitman and family. We wish to extend tn all Jlm'i friends and ours, our sincere appreciation tor their kindnesses and sympathy and the beautiful floral tribute In recognition of a dear oromer, James mcnarason. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dodd (Ann), . I wish to express sincere thanks to all my kind friends, neighbors ana relatives in me recent Bereavement of my beloved son, Robert. Mrs. E. Adams and grandfather, wiiuam uuoery. 1A IN ftCSAM BRANDVOLD In loving memory of a dear mom, Petra, who passed away November 17, 1964. "Alway In our hearts." Ever remembered by Pete, Lee ana uoug. CONWAY In loving memory of dear husband and father, Hugh, who passed away November 17, "Like falling leaves the years arn nv. But loving memorle never die," Ever remembered by his loving wife Mary and family. VT.T ARAN : Tn invina, mamnrv of our deer mother and grandmother i argaret who passed 'ay en Novemoer if, vjuj. rlllfoh time we've needed you, mllllnn tlmaa wa'va nrlad If Jove could nave saved you. iou never would nave aiea. broke our hearts to lose you, Rilt vm rilrt mit hi alnna For part of us went with you. The dav Cod called vnu home. pearly loved and sadly missed by. her daughter!. Margaret and Ellen: eons. Bob and BUI: sons-In-iaw, Ralph, and Gordy and grandchildren. FREW Tn lmrine, mamn nr dear wife, mother and grandmother, Mary M. Frew who passed away November 17. 19f3. God has you In His keeping. we nave you in our nearu. F.vei- remembered hv her loving husbf.nd, Jim, and family. 736-4211 16 IN KLnCRSAM GELD ART In loving memory of a beloved mother and daughter Mavis ueiaari. wno passed away November 17. 1964. A page in our book of memories Is gently turned today. Lovingly remembered by Brian and Jerry, Mum and uaa. GOLLNER In loving memory of our dear father who passed awav November 17. 1965. Gone dear father, gone to rest, Away from sorrow, care and pain; May you rest In peace, dear father, Until we meet again. Lee and Betty, Larry and Chris GREENE Treasured memories of Laverne, who passed away November 17, 1963, Calm and peaceful he I sleeping Sweetest rest that follows pain; We who loved him sadly miss him, But trust in Gon to meet again. Ever remembered by his wife, Ida; sons Larry, Brian, Wayne, Dean and Don. HARRIS In loving memory of our dear brother, wurred Norman. who passed away November 17, 1983. Loving and kind In all his ways. Uprieht and lust to the end of his days: Sincere and kind in heart and mind, What a beautiful memory he left behind. Ever remembered by his sisters, Dorothy and Ruth, and brother. Arnold. HARRIS In loving memory of my dear son, Wilfred Norman, who passed away November 17, 1963. some day we hope to meet again, Some day, we know not when. To clasp his hand In the better land, Never to part aealn. Ever remembered by his loving momer. JOHNSTON In loving memory of my dear son, Oliver L. Johnston, who passed away In Reglna, Novemoer ii, isoo. Quietly remembered every day. Sadly missed along life's way, Memories grow deeper As life travels on. Ever remembered by his mother, Mrs. Bertha Honneyman, How ard, his sister, Madge, and protners, Gordon ana Wilfred. OKELL In loving memory of Emma Okell, who passed away November 17, 1965. In our hearts a uear mnmer ann ffrannmmnar your memory lingers Always tender, fond and true: There not a day, dear mother, We do not think nf vnn Ever remembered by her daugh- r, u, ranuaauKnter, janel. Rod. John and Jonny. , OKELL In loving memory of r near morner Mr. .mma el L who passed away November pur hearts her memory 1. Vant To treasure, to love and never rorgei. Sadly missed by Mary and Jim. Pl-IRTNSnM Tn Inarlna ui our near parents, Louie, who passed away November 17, 1969, uau. jvicnaru, uecemoer 10, eep In our hearts a memory Is Want - Of two we loved and will never iurti. Ever remembered by their lov- aiia lauitty. WASILIEFF In loving memory of a dear mother and grandmother, Mary Wasllieff. who asMM away November 17. 1964. lothlne can ever take away lure a ncan noias aear. rend memories linger every day. near. Albert Eileen and Dianne. It fUSSAl DOCTORS ORDER OF THE GOLDEN RULE FOREST LAWN MORTUARY ONE CALL ARRANGES ALL (IratlHvlaaa, TJ..... .a Ti , ... Burnaby 2 299-7711 SIMMONS & McBRIDE LTD. "A DIGNIFIED SERVICE" nenarfuratf at Uf n n1 . o. . 731-41ol 731-4151 T. EDWARDS C0 flllHaat ailaK etna ! I,. . Annabell Edwards, Mgr. Director une Location On v Granville at .loth 738-3181 Mount Pleasant Chanel Vancouver1 most beautiful and modern funeral home Klngtwav at lith Ave. 876-2161 Pnpwj Cen w win, O I iraiOj enter Cr Hanna Ltd. ' raeakll.kal 4M- , 4061 Klnttwav 434-2424 KOSELAWN CHAPEL IwayfcmmercUl Dr. 874.1.114 vMiaiwti f VibnAif riV 18Q7 Marine gr.,'vArH 922- 1221 C Dnuall A 0An- t 29 Sixth SU New West. 522-1671 Clqverdale 574-4733 Chapman A Harold Edward Funeral Home, 802 W. Broadwav 879-2141 Jrrc-TMt CRANDVIEW CHAPEL 1349 Commercial On 258-2511 nPST MEMORIAL-SERVICES" Undertakers for the Memorial Society of B.C. 987-7723 Crestwood Memorial tunerai service 875 278-OV122 XEAftN'EV FUNEHaL DnTETToRs" 1096 Westj3 road way 733-6722 Richmond Funeral Home 842 Camble Rd., Rlrh. 278-0211 Nl'NN Tl40MSOrETD. 25 59 Cam hie b76-T388 18 FUNERAL DIRECTORS Harron Bros. Ltd. "2 Chapel to erve you" Chapel of Chimes at 10th Ava and flntarlo St. Vancouver " 876-8877 C. E. Atchison A sons and Royal Oak Chapel Kingsway at Royal Oak Burnaby tl 435-5577 Harold C. Atchison, Mgr. 26 LOST Lost, young male dog without collar. Tan colour; part Collie, part Boxer; with long tall. S. uy area, qap-ug-flj. Mnnnnv 14th. ladv'a Cvma wrist watcn, Deiw. maiTaunniu aim Broadway or Bienneim ana aim BE 3-.37Q2- Man'a 5 stone diamond rlne Nanalmo A Broadwav, Quebec A Broadway, possible vicinities, tie ward. RE 8-7979. Lost Nov. 11, vie. Rupert, Renfrew, 3161 E. 4th, grey A white male kitten with 2 marks across nose, a mos. old. 255-0588 Dark blue briefcase, vie. K Van., Marine Dr. A Capilano Rd or the Upper Levels Hwy. TR 6- uyJ4 "013 cross-bred Chihuahua, black, with slivered muzzle, front tooth missing In upper Jaw, Re- waro. 3J0-BUJ. Wallet containing 70. Cal. drlv. licence, West Broadway - Maple A Arbutus. Reward. Robbie Payne, 733-1336. Desperate Australian. Reward ior return oi dibck notebook with addresses In back, left at phone booth, Hudson's Bay, mes. aMa-Tsai a"'K raw a rd. Rmwn & white fe- male cocker. named "Money," lie 1356, Child's pet, a-sr-vvu. Lady s gol ariv's sold watch, black nylon buckle strap, Oakrldge, November 13. Kewarq. 7b-3q triifinna Rflv Co. or vie. tdenti flcation card case containing money. Urgently needed. 685-9595. Mlntntlira ntnaeher brown with mack narnets, vie watson at. ucv. 13th A 14th TR 4-1907. Buff rocker spaniel, 5 mo. old, gold couar; vie. uunoar st 41st. Reward. 261-3272. Carge sum of money In folder. Nanalmo A Broadway Streets. Re ward . AL 5-0570, Lost downtown Nov. 14, g ani.J , . , .. I. n Tnltlal Initial T'C". 430-7.17U ri ,, M- At. berta & 12th. Tues. night. 277-2074 ait, o to l.kl. b.Jla O nr nft nllf W 18th. TK. 6-47t, 8SK lurLmij. Set ot keys with Bowell McLean tag, am b-oaia. wTllet lost In Stanley Perk area, reward, 'jbi-tu. Sleeping bag,. Sat. night, via West End. 733-6208 aftjjjn. Ana hi aria' Jtr hmWlT Lilian, s'c -A,r:,s ernssvic. uaKriage. jzi-ovno. Man's watch, vie. Sasamat tt 41 Ave, aai-aavt. "Cost truck wheer at Stuart iT:' r,i ... mM at. K.d14. Pr. men's brown horn rimmed glasses, dow'n-wwn areagyjgjb.-!; 17 FOUND 1 -i"" " " " r-Klhiiohnu maie pup. ..-" wa---' .-.. . Mala aiKa.nhAIH h BpW Jh tan; male spaniel, cross, black brown; spayed female Beagle, cross, bloncf; male Lab., cross shepherd, black A white; Ma e come cross, oiacit m, '"a,c Collie, sable A white; male New foundland, oross snepneru, u female terrier, cross, black A ...ku.. m tn a I a snanlo rrnta brown; male hepherd, cross, blark brown; female Collie, croii, pup. brown; male pug, cross verner, Drown, icmnc tc. i ici , A .tV 1 1 a mala ihen. herd, cross, pup, brown; female L,a D. pu P, mac, a yn.y cu if;c Samoyed, black; female Collie cross pup. Contact the Coqultlam SPCA Animal Shelter, 1411 Pipe line tq.lgt- ohm i1-Vn"nrt nenrc KrAU r, Ti 1 n 7 1IU Hlfei.llCt a 'tan, w w f vi f i female terrier cross, brown, pup; male come croaa, uiacn, o Contact Vancouver SPCA Animal sneiter, iajo r.. ttn. aiy-nn nartnan Shenhertl with choke collar, 4-5 years old, very friendly. Vic. 23rd A Oak. 431-1291, Mr. Bradshaw a, . 'i ...ti.. 1J j lan ana wnite maic uuk, uorgi ana uscmnuna, anui i tan, lnnJ .r TB H.1M1. I.Tfl W. 17th, a t tor K n m Mala I ah nrnae h. nrlr A wnita. 1 . . ,Bil L-minJ nianmnM School. Contact West Vancouver SPCAW-46; Pemale Boston cross, black A white, pup. Contact Vancouver s.P.C.A. Animal Shelter, 1205 e, 7th. 879-'J94. ntalr LrlH fflnv. nvlnn trim nf fingers, new. corner Nelson A Kingsway, Bby. H E 4-bom. Fnnnd - sfrl'a Slue frame bicycle. Goodyear, Vie. Begble School weekend. 253-7019. Pnnrf. O urhaal AnWv lOttt Off truck, corner Pendrell A Jervls. Contact 685-0047. nnil KIUII iCKMic aa, . ... Barclay A Jervls, black A white. Found on Highland Blvd., left sealskin after ski boot, Mon. 988- ananlal n7 t1 af A Colllngwood. AM 1-3752, AM 1- Small brown female DUD. short hair, Brentwood Shonolng Centre, Tuesday eve. 299-0900. Clneer male kitten approx. 6 mos., whit paw, vie. 1400 blk. W. .Jo. 731-3978. -kuTi k. UlJ..,l.,a. fnlnt n,,n. cll of Northern Ireland pin, vlcln. Charles Commercial. 3:r3032. Vevi on Chevron chain. 41st rTaser 321-2457 Silver rln. vie. 54th A Victoria. uni Phone after 8 p.m. 325-4657. Small girt' blue bike, vie. 27th ann uster, Tja-iyia. Navy on ue lady' glove on sun. eve, in tn Agroqome. x-iaji. Small wallet found 4100 block Wellington. W9-7T87. 5 kevs on 8900 blk. E. Hast ings, 1 nursaay afternoon. wrjii Stroller found vie. Alroort Ter minai. a77- O Iraaua lrkt witn' tTsititlnsvsi Ar , nila wu bimiit tim a(tiii I- aV arO(l 4 AA Siamese cat vie. Upper Lynn. Orange Persian cat. Key on ring, 4 block Ontario St., Nov. 10. 321-9868 till 6:30 p. Tortoise shell kltlen. vie. Ni almo A McClll. 253-1984. Youni srey cat. yellow A white marKlngS. 165 E. 27th. H76-1D67. Bovs bike. vie. Camble A 21st. Small black puppy, vie. Nanton a i.ranvuie. 731-lwi B.C. Auto I-lrenae ' ulate vie. Hastings ft Pentlcton. 255-3050. Ladles clothing fouriiT"ih West r.nn, ano-auM. Plastic alasse on Joyce RdT 434-1597. B.C. automobile licence plates. vie. Halting A Pentlcton . a03- 3050 Larire white rabbiL 2041 E. 4lst vnit Ave. 3Z7-51B' 5164. , Pr. prescription sunglasses, Slan- ley r-arg, r)ov, Hj.iwgB. . I.adv's umbrella in Queen Eliza beth Playhouse. Wed, p.m. 299-2404 30 COWING EVENTS Bolero Dancers Club 1380 W. Rrnadwav 738.7910 Are havlne their weekly Frl. nliht dance, 9:30 p.m.-l a.m. Member ship Is now open for single, separated, divorced nr widowed adults. 30 yrs. A over. Join a lively set of fun-loving people now and take advantage ot all the coming fes tivities. AN COKTORH GAIDHEAIJICH CONCERT A Tribute to the Memory of Myrtle A Wlfllinm Thomson" Concert and Refreshments Scottish Auditorium, 12th ft Fir, Vancouver, Friday, November a 1966. 8 d m Rummaze sale at 409? East Hastines. Nortn Burnaw. nasi ings at ulllmore, Friday, Nov. 18, 1 P.m. . Mix and Meet 7.1322M For Unattached People Dancing Nightly from 7:30 p.m. A rllngtgon, 1236 W. Broadway .Vfary Carson Mission Circle Rummage Sale Nov. 18. 1 o'clock. Arcadian Hall, 224 Main. Specials in suppers snoes. Mary Carson Mission Circle Rummage Sale Nov 18. 1 o'clock. A .to tilt n Hall. 2214 Main. Specials In slippers ft shoes. CATKINS "Ve will cater your Christmas or r.i. party, nam avail. 7ai-j4. 34 HALLS FCX RZNT Sherry' banquet lhall. Lovely ucLut, r uii catering, ita JL-oia- 2 hall weddings, banquets, etc. ura victoria. a o-ae44. 36 INFORMATION WANTED Nlarv Anne iliidvk. fnrmVriv Westminster and Vancouver. TAKE NOTICE that tha appllca tioil by the Sunerlntenrient nT Child Welfare, Province ot " tor guardianship of your chilt Colleen, born March 2nd, 1966 proceed at New Westminster Cltv Family Court on Wednesday, No vember 30, 1966, at 2:30 p.m. Please contact Social Weim.e . partment, New Westminster. Anvoht? knowlne the Where abouts of Mr. Alexander Duncan Mcpnerson, ageo 43, driving a black Furv II. Tint, licence 41543K. please contact Mr, Campion! 929-2407. This Is a matter of urgent personal concern. Notice: Anyone "Tchowrnir t.. whereabouts of Mrs. Leom C-' Soancers. also known as Merrv. Silda and Dow, formerly of Merritt, B.C. and Keremeos, pleasr contact Box 281, Sun. Matter of urgent personal concern wn ill Mrs. Rose Mary Plant fellas Nell, nee Roach) and Mr. Cecil Ross Plant, last known address 1354 Franklin St., Vancouver, or anyone knowing their whereabouts please contact Box wi aun. Want to locate Llovd ITa n so n . age 27. Last heard of 1964 at Swan River, Manitoba. Notify mother, Mrs. Ida Hanson, lis rweedsmulr St., Flln rion. Mani- looa. Would Mr. Edward flTfford Thomas, or anyone knowing hi-whereabouts, please contact Mrs. Sharon McKay, 570 Water St.t. t-eteroorougn, untano. Anvnne knowtne the where abouts of Mr. Kenneth Anderson, last known tn reside In Abbots- ford, please contact Box 293, Sun. Matter oiurgentpersonai..concern. Anyone" havlne "known Anne MacKay please contact TR 4-5529 days, 321-8663 art. 5:30 or an weekend regarding matter of im- Dortance. Bin or cec. hunting party tnat gave ride on Friday to two hunters at Squamlsh, kindly phone K 3-7704. 40 PERSONAL Lady In 60s wishes 1 o meet sincere, active gentleman interested in companionship A outings. Object matrimony. Box 826, Sun. aii replies answered in conuaence, European trent. 28. blond, 5.5' would like to meet a lady for friendship A outings. Object mairimony. ttepiy box bi, sun. Man. 22. eoori anoearance wishes to meet girl, same, for outing. Object matrimony. Box An, aun. ,1, OUH. . i Cniinla uiiah tn afnnt hahu rnm airin. tqv, ami, 42 BUSINESS PERSONALS BC COLLATERAL SALES LTD. Unredeemed Pledges Cr Specials Complete chest of Mechanic's Tools ......... Craftsman Table Saw with i h.p. motor Electrolux Vacuum Cleaner, like new Hollywood Bed, A-l shape.. Wringer Washer, with pump, as new Kenwood compl. Food Mixer Golf Club Set Black Hawk Porto Pwr 120 Bass Accordion Fender Stratocaster Guitar. , Ford Amplifier Nlvlco 7-band Trans. Radio. like new Sony Stereo Trans. Record Player Complete Set of Drums Diving, complete outfit A-l.. Grundlg TK46 Stereo, new condition Singer Power Sew. Machine.. Ridgld Pipe Threader Electric Guitar Electric Bass Guitar Broadway Set of Drums.... Ludwtg Snare Drum Selmer Alto Sax. like new; Reg. S600, With case Fleetwood Radlo-Rer. Player Cabinet model....... $279 $129 $ 69 $ 29 $ 69 $159 S 29 $ 65 $ 69 $175 S 34 $ 89 $155 $159 $149 S289 $ 69 S 49 $ 19 $ 49 SI 95 $ 89 $395 $ 49 Every Article Fully Guaranteed Mall Orders Accepted 10 Down Balance Easy Terms B.C. COLLATERAL 77 E. HASTINGS MU 1-3557 Parking at Rear Personal hveiene Droducts. Male clerks in attendance only. 6 to 12 midnight dally. Fraser Drug Co. 4tn ana rraser Understaffed? Find comnetent employees with a Help Wanted AO. sun want Ads, 736-4-ill. Ch i na & Class ReDa i ri n er Flrbank. 599 Seymour. MU 1-4364 . - . JL.T-1 . . maaam rarren: uinea reaaer Qualified counsellor. 682-4395 32 SUN CLASSIFIED AD INDEX ALL CLASSIFICATIONS ARE NUMBERED AND APPEAR IN NUMERICAL ORDER Classification Na Classification No. Farms. Ranches . 354 Floor Surfacing . 102 Florists 25 For Sale, Misc. . , 170 Found 27 Fruits 152 Funeral Directors 18 Funeral Notices . 10 Fur-bear. Animals 178 Furnaces 136 Furnished Houses 329 Furnished Suites 200 Furniture 138 Garages, Parking 370 Garden Supplies 112 Halls for Rent .. 34 Health Services . 84 gelp Wtd., Men .. 50 elp Wanted. Men-Women .. 56 Help Wtd., Women 58 Home Modernization - 92 Home Services . . ' 80 Hospitals (private) .... 86 Hotels 262 Housekpg. Rms. - 245 Houses wanted to Build 293 Houses Wanted to Buy ...... 280 houses ror. sale City Homes ... 300 Duplexes, Rev. 310 Agencies Wanted 69 Aareementa ror sale sm Aircraft tor Sale 420 Antiques 140 Apartm't Property 362 Aptitude Testing 54 Auiomooiie for Sale Automobiles Wtd. 400 394 410 410 Auto Radiators, . Auto Repair Serv. Auto Wreck Accessories ... Bicycles Birds and Goldfish Births '...... Board A Room . Bd. A Room Wtd. Boats and Marine Supplies ...... 410 164 176 260 190 Books 168 Bldg. Lots (home) 395 Building Materials 128 Bulldozing and Trucking Buslnes Opp. .. Business Personals Business Services Cameras Camps for Boys, Girls Canaries, Rabbits Cards of Thanks Carpenters. Contractors . . Catering Cement, Asphalt, Brick 94 380 42 90 162 269 176 12 96 32 98 22 186 124 358 16J Burnaby N. Vancouver . W. Vancouver . Richmond .... 334 New West. ... 336 Coqultlam A Dls. 338 wnite Kock A District .... Surrey - Delta Okanagan .... Other Cities In Memorlam .. fnduitrial Prop. . Information wtd. Insurance Investment Positions Cemeteries Clothing, Fun, Shoe Coal Coast and Gulf Islands Coins Cnmlntr Events . . Ml uommerc i (Boats) lai commercial Property 864 uountry Homes, Acreage Crematorium . Deaths Do-It-YO'jraelf . Domestic Help Wanted Letters of Appreciation 14 Lighting Plants . 188 Listings Wanted 288 Livestock 182 Lodge Notices .. ?ft Lost 26 352 23 8 130 62 Dryers. Washers 148 Machinery Duplexes ior Rent Educational ... Electricians ... Employment A.encles .... Marriages 335 Meats . Mining Properties Money to Loan . Money for Mtges. Money Wanted . 74 100 SO Emniovment Wanted Monumental Men 70 Mortgages Employment Wanted Men and Women 71 Emnlovment Wanted Motels Motorcycles .... Moving A Storage Music Art, Dncng Musical Inst. . . . New Car Dealers Nursing Homs . Women 72 (Engagements .. 4 ' Factories 274 Farm Implements 184 )?. BUSINESS PERSONALS BC COLLATERAL SALES LTD. Estate Jewelry, Christmas Gift Selections j A DEPOSIT WILL HOLD Valued Sale nr ' Price $2000 Lovely Princess dinner ring, a tine giamonas combined with 8 ba- ouette diamond and 8 brilliants -.1175 275 Brilliant diamond solitaire Dendant 18 w.i. S 95 $2500 Gorgeous emerald ft niamona cocKtau rin 1 large emerald, baouette diamonds. brilliants $1500 400 Genuine Chinese carved jade brooch set with 28 fine diamonds in platinum $ 265 250 Fine 3 stone blue sapphire A diamond rlne i 125 $ 175 Beautiful pearl A ruby wreath design 14K brooch. 7 large cultured pearls, 7 genuine. rubles, 14k .......... I 87 350 Man's heavy 10k gold, solitaire diamond ring I 159 150 Ladies' 10k gold black Alaska diamond brace- $ 250 Ladles'" heavy 'iilt'cul- turen pearl praceiet ,. ira 850 Brilliant solitaire dl- 1 mond ring, over 1 - carat $ 475 295 Beautiful diamond stud earrings 18k $ 115 375 Lovely pearl A diamond dinner ring, 14k, 18k sold set $ 139 $1500 Large Australian black , ODai enc:ir(Men ov - fine diamonds $ 650 500 3 fine cut brilliant dta- monds In 1SK mount- ing witn houlder diamonds 300 Ladies' beautiful dla $ 295, mond set wrist watch $ 150 Beautiful antique cameo brooch $ 45 100 Ladles' A men's fine watches. Your choice, each $ 125 65 15 Every Article Fully Guaranteed Mall Orders Accepted 10 Down Balance Easy Terms B.C. COLLATERAL 77 E. HASTINGS MU 1-3557 , . Parking at Rear WIGS Buy Direct 8 Save 100 Human Hair . $41.50 MERRY WIGS'0FPCANADA LTD. 650 Robson St. 685-3635 i blk. East of Granville "Individual Private Service" Single Girls Under 30 We have a wide choice of men to Introduce. Free Interview. Commonwealth Marriage Bureau 612-736 Granville St. MU 3-3045 Shirley's coming from Hong Kong with something special & exciting for you ladles. "Watch this space" Male and feminine hygiene products. Male clerks in attendance only from 6-10 p.m. Prompt attention to mall orders. Buckshon's Pharmacy. 800 East Hastings St. Drawing for china tea set, Triple Entente Chapter I.0D.E. Nov. 16. The winning ticket. Mrs. H. Funk, No. 1812, consolation grteej. Mr. M. Taylor. Na I860. SAVE 30 V ' Carpet layer has broadloom left over from apartment. Phone Jim, 521-8963. Care and accommodation for un-wed mothers. Write P.O. Box 822, Society for the Care of Expectant Mothers, Victoria. B.C. PERSONAL HYGIENE PRODUCTS Confidential mall order service. Cunnin-ham Drue Store 1098 Robson, Van. 5 681-8177 f-lnhalal f.mnil. aatnilnsa, 0V7 W Broadway. 733-4712 or 874- Consult Madam Gloria Lvs. world famous clairvoyant, Appts. 9 a.m. till 10 D.m. Mil 5-4839. Eczema, Itch Rash. Try Teenjore Itching piles, use Llngtan. 1115 Kingsway, an qrug dept. stores. Mfu. LAMAR reader A advisor. If you have a problem, call 736-7817 for appt. AlDha-Interiors. 2401 Burrard. 736-4919. Reupholstery, draperies una .up cuven. "Omap Astrologlst. Psychic reader. 1111 Barclay. 681-110S. Alcoholics Annnvmnim P.O.Box 464 or. 685-5623 "Helen's Health f-Hnlo. 7M-1i1 Reg'd. Masseuse. Open to 8 p.m. Patricia ESP. famed reader". anviser. Love's, Bs Granville St. Mrs. Maria Mill from Hnlland. Clairvoyant. By appt. 876-1975. PSYCHO CYBERNETICS" Life changln glng. Group. 254-5024. I,arn aelf-r vnnnsli- ha ralayatl. Hypnosis Associates. 681-8720. Rugs, cHstflds. cleaned at home. Intercity Cleaners Ltd. 434-1846. Classification No. uince Equipment Offices, Stores, Warehouses . . Painters, Decorators ... Perional ....... Personnel Testing Pet Stock Photo Finishing . Plastering and Stuccoing Plumbing and Heating Poultry and Supplies Professional Services Property Exch. . Property Wanted Radio Repairing . Radios J 134 274 110 40 176 12 104 108 180 82 870 158 354 Ranches Ranges 146 Refrigerator . . 150 Rest Homes ... 88 Rev. House Wtd. 284 Roofing. Chimneys, etc. . 108 Room and Board . 253 Room and Board Wanted saiesia-ies. Agent 64 Salesmen, Agents 83 Mwaun Schools, College Sewing Machine Sleeping Room . 320 .30 333 143 240 160 poriine? tjooos . Dorta. Tmranrt Car dM stamps, coins, Books Store Equipment . Stuccoing Suites for Sale . Summer Cottages Summer Resorts. let 133 367 340 343 344 346 350 16 . "Vaeat'n Spots" 25 swap Teachers Wanted Television TV. Radio A HI-FI 173 88 156 6 Repairing .... 158 Timber and Mills 373 Tire and Batteries. etc. . 410 Trailers 393 Travel Opportunity 44 Trucks 390 Typewriters .... 136 Unfurn. House . 230 186 6 unrura. Rooms . 250 210 144 358 152 394 174 276 394 148 360 152 374 382 384 388 Unfurn. Suites .. vacuum Cleaners Vancouver Island Prooertv Vegetables ..... Wtd. Automobiles Wanted Misc. ... Wanted to Rent . Wanted Trucks . Washers, Dryer . Waterfroritage .. work 20 for sale 386 262 164 272 801 154 396 88 wooo at tressed Wood 120 Wrecking Access. 41 e r e, r a pa,

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