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CLASSIFIED WANT ADS 1 She mcpurcr Sun PART 3 C PART ONE PAGES 32to 44- PARTTWO PAGES 45 to 51 32 MON., JAN. 10, 1977 THE VANCOUVER SUN Western Canada's Leading Newspaper Published every weekday by ., Sun Publishing Company Limited under agreement with Pacific Press Ltd. iMO Granville St. V8H SG2 732-2111 Stuart Keate Publisher Bruce Hutohion Edit'l. Direc'r. Bruce Larsen , Manag'g. Editor J. w. Toogood . Advtg. Director D. M. Grieve ..Circulation Mgr. J. A. McLellan Promotion Mgr. W. W. Winnett ... Ais't To Pub. Night Phones after 9 o'clock: Night Editor ............ 73S-244S ADVERTISING -RULES AND , REGULATIONS V The Vancouver Sun reserves the right to classify ads under appropriate headings and to set rates therefore and to determine page location. The Vancouver Sun reserves the right to revise, edit, classify or reject any advertisement and to retain any answers directed to The Sun Box Reply Service, and to repay the customer the sum paid for the advertisement and box rental. 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WANT AD PHONE SERVICE Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. -9:00 p.m. 736-22HH COUNTER AND BOX OFFICE Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Closed Saturdays, Sundays & Holidays CLASSIFICATION INDEX ALL CLASSIFICATIONS ARE NUMBERED AND APPEAR IN NUMERICAL ORDER IN THE CLASSIFIED PAGES ANNOUNCEMENTS Anniversaries . 7 Births . 2 Business Personals ... 42 Cards of Thanks .. . , 12 Catering v 32 Cemeteries . , , 22 Coming Events ... ... 30 Crematoriums ..... 23 Deaths Engagements Florists W Found 27 Funeral Directors , 18 Funeral Notices 10 Halls for Rent 34 Information Wanted 36 In Memoriam -16 Legals ' - 445 Letters of Appreciation 14 Lodge Notices 28 Lost 26 Marriages . Monumental Works 20 Personal Travel EMPLOYMENT Agencies Wanted Educational EMPLOYMENT WANTED Baby Sitting, Child Care ... .... Men Men-Women .... f--. Women ". HELP WANTED Accounting-Auditors Beauticians or Barbers A Computer Personnel. Drivers Chauffeurs Domestic Baby Sitting (or Child Care) Employment Agencies Engineering Factory-Warehouse Help Wanted Medical-Dental Hotels-Restaurants Labourers - Trades-Technical Mining-Lumbering. Construction Office Personnel k Clerks Part Time . Professional & Management ..... Retail Clerks 4 Cashiers . . Sales Secretarial Teachers Available Teachers Wanted PROFESSIONAL Builtzing, Trucking Car f inters, Contractors M Certl -nt. Arohait. Brick . EleiVicians, Welders 100 Floor Surfacing 102 Gardening, etc 112 Health Services M Hobbies 4 Crafts 169 Home 4 Business Services 90 Home Modernization 92 Hospitals. Private 8 Moving and Storage 272 Music, Art. Dancing Painters, Decorators . 110 Plastering, Stuccoing 104 DM AND BIRTHS TAYLOR t Donald and Gillian are pleased to an. nounce the birth of their son, Christopher Donald, 7 , lbs, 2 ozs,, January 5, 1977, at Grace Hospital. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Hod Moore of Chema-lnua and Mr. and Mrs. Wal-ter A. S. Taylor, of Trail , DEATHS AMESS Violet Elizabeth on January 7, 1977, in her 79th year'. Survived by 2 daughters, Mrs. Jean Harrison and Mrs. Leona Leavold, Vancouver; 5 grandchildren and 8 great-grand children; 1 sister, Mrs. Edna; Kerr. Funeral service at MOUNT PLEASANT NUNN & THOMSON MEMORIAL FUNERAL CEN TRE, Kingsway at Eleventh Ave., Wednesday, January 12th at 12 noon, Mr. M. A. Nichols officiating. Interment Forest Lawn Memorial Park. ANDREWS Passed away at her residence on January . 7, 1977. Helen Mary Andrews, for merly McKee, in her 79th year, late ot 436 Willow St., Cultus Lake and formerly of Vancouver. Survived by 1 daughter, Mrs. Dr. Richard (Peaov) Foster ol Cultus Lake; 1 granddaughter and 1 great-grandson. Funeral service will be held on Tuesday, January 11 at J: 15 D.m. from the Chanel of Henderson's Funeral Home in Chllllwack, Rev. Michael Deck officiating. Interment to follow in the Anglican Cemetery. ANGEL Sadie; Dassed away January 7, 1977 after a lengthy illness. Beloved wife of Sam and mother of Melanle and Heather, and Susan Hernadi of Calgary. Services will be held at Broadway Chapel Beth Israel, 11.30 a.m. Sunday, January 9. In lieu of flowers, donations to the B.C. Cancer Institute would be appreciated. ARKSEY On January 9, 1977, Rov Winter Arksey aqed 92, of Burnaby. Survived by his loving wife. Carolina; 2 sons, Eari of Calgary, Raymond of Surrey. 3 daughters, Ella. Sur rey, Lillian and Mary, both of Burnaby; 8 grandchildren. Fu neral service will be held Wednesday, January 12 at 1:30 p.m. from the chapel of Surrey Funeral Home, 13288 108th Ave., Surrey, Pastor A. S. Olson otficiating. Interment and con eluding service. Valley View Me morial Gardens. ASH Arthur Cecil of North Vancouver, B.C. Passed away on January 7, 1977 in his 65th year. survived by his loving wit a, Margaret; daughter, Barbara; sons. Glen; Brent; and Warren, all of Vancouver; brothers, Frank oi Edmonton; and Paul of Vancou ver. Memorial service will be held Tuesday, January 11 at 11 a.m. at the Boal Chanel, 1505 LUlooet Rd., North Vancouver Cremation. In lieu of flowers donations to the Canadian Para plegic Association would be ap preciated. Arrangements through First Memorial Services Ltd. BALKWILL Ann on Janu ary 7, 1977, in her 83rd year. She leaves to mourn her son, Fred: 4 daughters, Lorna (Galla gher), Cecelia (Moran), Tess (Ellis), and Maureen (Sim); daughter-in-law, Audrey; sons- in-law, Martin, Wally, Clive and Doug; 13 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren. Prayers will be said Monday, January 10th at pm in St. Andrew s catno lie Church, 480 East 47th Ave. where funeral mass will be celebrated Tuesday, January 11th at 10:30 am. Interment at Gardens of Gethsemani. Flowers grateful ly declined, donations to charity ot your choice would be appreci ated. Arrangements by MOUNT fLfcASANT NUNN It THOMSON MEMORIAL FUNERAL CENTRE. Plumbing, Heating . I0S Professional Services 82 Rest Homes .... 88 Roofing, Chimneys, etc 108 ERCHANDiSE . OR SALE Antiques & Art Objects 140 Auctions 440 Bicycles 164 Boat, Marine Supplies 427 Sailboats 428 Boats for Charter . 429 Boats, Commercial 430 Books, Coins, Stamps 168 Building Materials 128 Cameras, Photo Finishing 162 Clothing, Furs, Shoes ., 168 Do-It-Yourself 130 Wachers, Dryers, Service ........ 148 Farm Implements 184 Freezers ......... 150 Fruits, Vegetables, Meats 152 Fur-Bearing Animals 178 Furniture... 138 Heating Fuels 124 Heating & Fireplaces 126 Hobbies ft Crafts 169 Lighting Plants ...188 Livestock 182 Machinery 186 Meats 152 Miscellaneous For Sale 170 Miscellaneous Wanted 174 Motorcycles 435 Musical Instruments - 154 Office Equipment 134 Pet Stock 176 Poultry Supplies . . . . 180 Radio, Stereo 157 Ranges, Sen-ice i 146 Refrigerators. Freezers 150 Sewing Machines 142 Sporting Goods ,. 160 Sumps, Coins , 168 Store Equipment 132 Swap 172 Television 156 TV, Radio, Stereo Repairs ....... 158 Typewriters 136 Vacuum Cleaners 144 Vegetables ; 152 Washers, Dryers .... 148 RENTALS Board Room 255 Board k Room Wanted 260 Duplexes For Rent 335 Furniture For Rent 199 Garages Parking ..- 270 Hotels 262 Houses, Furnished 215 Houses, Unfurnished 230 Motels Hotels, 262 Moving Storage 272 Offices, Stores 274 Warehouses, Factories 275 Rental Agencies 232 Retirement Homes 254 Rooms, Housekeeping 245 Rooms, Sleeping 240 Rooms, Unfurnished 250 Shared Accommodation 215 Suites, Furnished 200 Suites. Unfurnished 210 Wanted To Rent 276 VACATION SPOTS 265 Camps For Boys. Girls 289 Summer Cottages 267 DEATHS BALLARD On January 7. 1977, Harvey Merritt (Mert) Ballard of Vancouver. Survived bv his loving wife, Dorothy; 3 daughters, Mrs. J.M. (Joan) Stewart of Vancouver, Mrs. D. (Linda) Peyton, Sask,, Mrs. D.S. (Sandra) Edgar of Prince George; 1 sister, vera also bis lather. Mr. Frank Ballard both of Vancouver; 9 grandchildren. Funeral service Tuesday, January 1 1 at 2 p.m. in the Dunbar United Church, 3525 Dunbar St., Vancouver, Rev. Glen Baker officiating. Interment Ocean View Burial Park, in lieu of flowers. donations to the B.C.' Cancer Fund would be appreciated. Arrangements SIMMONS & MCBRIDE MEMORIAL FUNERAL CENTRE. BERTO Maraaret Gertrude beloved wife of Thomas Vincent Berto. Passed away at Lion's Gate Hospital, Friday, January 7. 1H7. alter a Drier inness. Survived by her husband and 2 daughters, Penny Finlay Berto of West Vancouver; and Deborah Alice Berto of North Vancouver; also 1 sister, Mrs. Jean Sommer- ville; and 1 brother, William rin-lay, both of West Vancouver. Private funeral arrangements through First Memorial Services Ltd. Mowers aratelullv aeennea donations may be made to the B.C. Cancer Foundation. CARLSEN i. Harriet M. of Burnaby in her 90th year, passed away on January 8, 1977. Survived by her son, Clarence; daughters-in-law, Florence and Donna; and 4 grandchildren; also by her sister, Mrs. B. Jacobsen and brother, T. Pettersen. Memorial service will be held Tues day, January 11 at 12:30 p.m. in the Boal Chapel, 1505 LUlooet Road, North Vancouver, crema tion. No flowers by request. Ar rangements through Memorial Society of B.C. and First Memo rial Services Ltd. CLARKE Promoted to Glory on January 7, 1977, Brigadier Eric William Clarke of 5560 Inman Ave. , Burna by. aged 75 years. Survived by his loving wife, Selena:; daughter, Mrs. Major R. (Dorothy) Lewis, Richmond; 2 grandchil dren, JLorl and Karen; 3 sisters, ivirs. r. uoycej i.oies, ieauuiig- ton, Ont., Mrs. C. (Ada) Hallam, London. Ont. and Mrs. G. (Mar- jorie) Todd, Nlagara-On-The- Lake. Ont. Brin. Clarke was an on icer salvation Army ror o years serving in Eastern and Western Canada. Funeral service Tuesday, January 11 at 2:30 p.m. m the CHAffcL Of rmUFS. Harrnn Rrns. Ltd. nn 10th Ave. 2 blocks west of Main St., Major D. Kerr officiating. Interment Forest Lawn Memorial Park. COULTER On January 7. 1977, Edith of Vancouver. Survived by 1 daughter, Mrs. M. (Patricia) Timothy and family of fort Mooay, runerai ser vice Tuesday, January 11, at 12 noon in SIMMONS McBride MEMORIAL FUNERAL CENTRE, Broadway at Maple St. Rev. Harry Parker officiating. Interment Forest Lawn Memorial Park. DEMPSTER -Mary, on January 6th., 1977, in her 73rd. year. Survived by 1 son, Gary; 1 daughter, Georgina Chorzepa and Son-in-law, Edward; 1 grand-daughter, Mary Jean; 3 sisters, Betty Blanchard and Jean Robertson, both of Vancouver, and Annie Crawford In Scotland; 1 brother, Jimmy Murray in Scotland. Private funeral service was held Monday, January lutn. at Glenhaven Memorial Chapel. Interment Mountain View cemetery. No flowers by request. DOWNEY Edward on January 7, 1977, late of Pitt Meadows, B.C., aged 80 years. Survived bv verv aood friends. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Jones, Pitt Meadows; nephews and nieces in New Brunswick. Funeral service Wednesday, January 12th at 1 pm in the Maple Ridge Funeral Chapel, 11869 216th St., Haney. Rev. Denis F. Harris officiating, cremation. , GRAY Euphemia Herd of Pert rnntiltlair.. hnrn fit. An drews, Scotland, 1884. Passed away Saturday, January 8, 1977 Predeceased by her son, Leslie Brown November 28, 1876. sur vived by her son and daughter- in-law. Cecil and Lillian Brown of Vancouver: 1 grandson. Al bert Leslie Brown and 1 grand daughter, Susan Townsend, both ot iortn Vancouver; t Drotner George Downing of Scotland; 2 sisters. Edith Penn of Edmonton and Jennie of Scotland also 2 nephews and 4 nieces, runerai service Wednesday, January 12 at a.m. in tne nusfcLAwr FUNERAL CHAPEL. Broadway at Commercial Dr. the Kev. W Fearn officiating. Interment Ocean View Burial Park. REAL ESTATE Mobile Homes ........ ...296 Modular Homes 297 Home Building Lots 205 Houses Wanted To Build ....... 292 Houses Wanted To Buy ........ 280 Listings Wanted . 288 .284 Revenue Houses Wanted Suites, Townhouses Condominiums For Sale ..... 299 HOUSES FOR SALE City Homes ...300 Duplexes, Revenue .' 310 Burnaby .., 320 North Vancouver 324 West Vancouver 328 Squamish 328 Richmond , , 333 Ladner Delta 334 Tsawwassen 336 New Westminster 337 Coquitlam & District 338 Haney, Maple Ridge ....339 Mission k District 340 North Delta , 341 Surrey 342 White Rock & District 344 Langley, Aldergrove 346 Abbotsford k District 347 Okanagan 348 Other Cities ,. 350 Apartment Property S63 Business Opportunities I. 380 Business Wanted 381 Sunshine Coast 357 Gulf Islands 358 Commercial k tad. Property .... 364 Country Homes, Acreage 352 Farms k Ranches 354 Industrial Property 364 Mining Property .: 374 Money For Mortgages 384 Money To Loan 382 Money Wanted 388 Mortgages For Sale 376 Property For Exchange 368 Property For Sale 351 Property Wanted 370 Recreational Property 361 Resort Propertier Out Of Province ; 362 Timber 4 Mills 372 Vancouver Island Property ...... 356 Waterfrontage ...360 AUTOMOTIVE Aircraft 420 Automobiles For Sale 400 Auto Parts k Service 410 Car-Truck, Lease-Rent 407 Insurance ,' 399 Mobile Homes 2S6 New Car Dealers 396 Sports, Imported Care 406 Trailers. Campers 437-439 Trucks, Buses , 390 Wanted Cars, Trucks 394 RECREATION Boats-Marine Supplies 427 Sailboats ; 42S Boats For Charter 429 Commercial Boats 430 Motorcycles 435 Campers-Motor Homes 4S7-43S Travel Trailers ; 437-439 AUCTIONS & LEGALS Auctions ' 440 Legal 445 DEATHS HALVORSON Passed away peacefully on January 7, 1977.j Theador Halvorson of Squamish, B.C. in his 79th year. Survived by his loving wife, Lisabeth; 3 sons, Harold; Norman: and Thor; 1 daughter, Mrs. Harry Nichols (Viola); 16 grandchildren, all of Squamish. Funeral service Tuesday, January 11 a 1 p.m. In the Squamish United Church. Rev. J. Lindquist officiating. Interment Mt. Garibaldi Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Squamish United Church Memorial Fund gratefully received. Squamish Funeral Chapel In charge of arrangements. INGRAM' Stanley John of Burnaby aged 68 years on January 8, 1977, in Burnaby General Hospital. Survived by his loving wife, Flora (Flo); his son, Stanley: daughter,' Shirley; daughter-in-law, Betty and 5 grandchildren; also by his beloved stepfather Albert Pearson and wife, Ida; his brother-in-law, John Higgins; sister-in-law, Cal Ross and many loving nephews and nieces. Memorial service to be held Wednesday, January 12th at 2 pm in the Boal Chapel,, 1505 Lillooet Road, North Vancouver, cremation. In lieu of flowers, donations to the T.B. Society would be appreciated. Arrangements through the Memorial Society of B.C. and First Memorial Services Ltd. JANDER In hospital on January 7, 1977. Katharina Helena, aged 74 years. Late of 9640 Garden City Rd,, Richmond. Survived by 3 sons, Helmut of Richmond; Peter of Salmon Arm; Fritz of Germany; also 7 grandchildren. Funeral service Tues- &vaoRc,HfoN&,Fu1NIlR AL HOME, 8420 Cambie Rd., Richmond. Pastor L. VonSchriltz officiating. Interment Forest Lawn Memorial Park, KAZUN Barbara Kazun of 5472 Manson St., Vancouver, passed away in St. Vincent's Hospital January 8, 1977 in her 76 year. Predeceased by her loving husband, Walter, Survived by her son, Dr. Walter Kazun and daughter Mrs. W. (Mary) Nezil; 3 sisters, Mrs. Mary Bydlowski, Mrs. Annie Eschak, Mrs. Alice Slivinski: 2 brothers, Joseph and Lloyd Haber; 9 grandchildren also nieces and nephews. Prayers Tuesday evening January 11, 1977 at 7:30 p.m. In St. Casim. ir's Church, 27th Ave. & Inverness St. where funeral mass will be celebrated Wednesday, Janu ary 12, at 10 a.m., Rev. Jacob Szwarc O.M.I. celebrant. Interment, Ocean View Burial Park Kearney Funeral Directors. MAYHEW Lionel N-, late of Gibsons, was called to his reward in St. Mary's Hospital, Sechelt, Thursday, January 6, 1977, aged 66 years. Predeceased by his wife, Claudia, in 1975, He is sur - 'vt- vived by 4 daughters, MrS. (De-lyse) K. Wiiliston, of Coquitlam, Mrs. (Simone) t. Dumont. Kiti-mat. Mrs. tBernadette) G. Edge combe, Gibsons, and Mrs. (Mi chelle) Wm. Hoy, Mission, ' well as 2 foster children, Brian Emshay and Patricia Kaminski, His passing will also be mourned by 13 grandchildren, 2 sisters, Stella and Bernadette, and 4 brothers, Erving,' Randy, Ray and Marce. Prayers will be offered Monday, January 10, at 7:30 p.m., in the chapel of the Columbia Funeral Home, New Westminster. A Mass of Chris tian Burial will be celebrated Tuesday, January 11, at 11 a.m from All Saints Roman Catholic Church. 821 Fairfax, Coquitlam Father H. Clarke celebrant. In lieu of flowers, donations to the B.C. Cancer Society appreciated. Interment. Valley View Cemetery. - - - , ' V MALMNSON Clare passed away January 8. 1977. Survived, by daughter, Audrey, and .son, Archibald. Private memorial service. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Cuncer Institute would be appreciated. McGILLVERAY Mr. Charles, aged 84 years. Formerly of New Westminster and Burnaby. Passed away at Como Lake Lodge, Coquitlam on Sunday, January 9, 1977. Surviving are 1 son, Charles of New Westminster; 2 daughters, Isabelle, Mrs. George Mansfield, Glendale, California; Mary, Mrs. Robert Glass, Aldergrove, B.C.; 3 brothers, John of Vancouver; and Adam and George in Scotland; 6 grandchildren; and 7 great-grandchildren. Resting at the Burquitlam Mortuary. 625 North Rd. , Coquitlam where funeral services will be held on Tuesday at 1 1 a.m. with Rev. George Mansfield and Rev. Cameron Stevenson officiating. In terment to follow in the family plot at Valleyview Memorial Gardens. McKAY Vivian Evelyn of 3587 E. Georgia St. On January 8, 1977, aged 66 years. Survived by her sister, Mrs. Len tuwen. Lamoureux; and sister-in-law, Mrs. Mae Mayson; and other relatives. A memorial service will be held Tuesday, January 1 1 at 3 p.m. at Glenhaven Memorial Chapel, 1235 E. Hastings St. Cremation. McMANUS With love and gratitude, Alexander McManus, of Salt Spring Island, will be remembered for giving so much of his 52 years to us. His wife. Ida, son, Alex, daughters, Heather, Sharon and Debbie. Alex passed away peacefully January 8. 197 7, in victoria, witn iona memories he is survived by his brothers, and sisters Gavin, Walter, David-, Betty, Peggy, Ellen, and Obie. His mother-in-law. Rose, and sever al aunts, nieces and nephews. In accordance with his wishes. there will be no formal funeral services. Love is a gift you must not meas ure but a special to treasure. The love you give is always remembered, and to you that love Is forever rendered. With love now and always. Your family. Arrangements by First Memorial Services, Victoria, McMillan on ary 8, 1977, McMillan oi West Vancouver, 74 years of age. Survived by his loving wife, Martha; son, Bruce; daughter, Ardith Robinson: and 1 sister, Lillian Corben. Service Tuesday, January 11th at 1:30 pm In the Hollyburn Funeral Home, 1807 Marine Dr.. West Vancouver, with Rev. Ronald Smith officiating. In lieu of flowers, donations to the B.C. Cancer Fund would be appreciated. MINIATO On January 3 1977, Karl of Vancouver aged 80 years. Survived by 1 son, Oswald and his wife, Dorothy and 3 grandchildren of Victoria B.C. Funeral Mass will be celebrated on Tuesday, January 11 at 10 a.m. in St. Augustine's Church 7th Ave. Maple St., Rev. H Mclntee, O.M.I, celebrant. Interment Ocean View Burial Park Arrangements by SIMMONS k McBRIDE MEMORIAL FUNER AL CENTRE. OBEN On January 8, 1977, Edwin Alfred Oben of 1330 W 14th Ave., aged 87 years. Sur vived by 2 sons, Edwin (Bud) Vancouver, Frank E., Salmon Arm. B.C.: A grandchildren. Fu neral service Tuesday, January 1 1 at 1 p.m. in the CHAPEL OF CHIMES. Harron Bros. Ltd. 10th Ave. 2 blocks west of Main St.. Rev. W. Fearn officiating Interment Ocean View Burial Park. O'SULLIVAN Michael of Burnaby, B.C. Died on January 1, 1977. Deeply regretted bv his wife and family. Rest in Peace-Cremation. Private arrangements through the Memorial Society of B.C. and First Memorial Services Ltd. DEATHS PUPETZ John, late of Sur rey, on January 6. 1977, aaed 66 years. Survived by his loving son, Edward of Burnaby and daughters, Mrs. Elrose Pannell of Port Moody and Miss Cynthia Lee Pu-petz of Vancouver! brothers, Mike of 6urrey, Pete of Cornwall, Ont.i sisters, Mrs. Doris Domanskl of Winnipeg, Mrs. Lena Wark, Manitoba, Mrs. Pauline Dolanski of Winnipeg, Mrs. Olga Armftage of Calgary; 1 grandchild. Service will be held Tuesday, January 11 at 10:30 a.m. at Avalon Funeral Chanel, 13165 96th Ave., Surrey. Rev. M. Davis officiating, followed by cremation. RUSSELL - On January 9, 1977, Inez Marie Russell, aged 87 years, formerly of 4960 Ben nett St., South Burnaby. Sur vived by 2 sons, George, Burnaby, Charles, New Westminster; 3 daughters, Mrs. Marjorie Walls, Surrey; Mrs. (Catherine Loberg, Burnaby, Mrs. Eileen Fensom; 7 grandchildren; 5 great-grandchildren; 2 brothers, F. Creamer, concord, cam., b. Creamer, Burnaby, 1 sister, Mrs. Grace Bergman. Funeral service Tuesday, January 11 at 3 p.m. in the koyal oak mi neral CHAPEL, 5100 Kings- way, bouth Burnaby, Kev. w. Valentine officiating, cremation. Flowers gratefully declined. SHEPHERD On January 6, 1977, Dorothy Olive, aged 76. of West Vancouver. Survived by loving family, Edward and Russell Shepherd of West Vancou ver; Mona McQueen of Mission; and William Shepherd of Watson Lake: 12 grandchildren: 2 sreat- grandchilden; sisters, Corrine Andrews, Ulympia, Washington, Marguerite Ring, Winnipeg,. An nette Morin, Edmonton. Family memorial services were held January 10, SIMMONS - On January 7, 1977, Viola Louise Simmons, late of 7101 Kerr St. in her 84 year. Survived by a brother, Clarence of Assiniboine, Sask., 3 sisters, Mrs. J.R. Mclntyre, Calr ifornia, Mrs. P.R. Lancaster, Reno,- Nev Mrs Charles Martin. Coquitlam also 5 nieces and 2 nephews. Funeral service Tuesday, January 11 at 1 p.m. in the Dogwood Chapel of HAMILTON MORTUARY. Fraser St. at 38th Ave., Rev. R.D. Thompson officiating. Interment at Kam-loops. B.C. SKYTTE Matilda of the Finnish Canadian Rest Home, Vancouver, B.C. Passed away on January 4, 1977. Aged 85 years. Survived by her sister, El II Mehtonen in Finland; and her niece, Vilma Alopaeus in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. Relatives and many friends. Memorial service Tuesday, January 11 at 2 p.m. in the Finnish Canadian Rest Home, 2288 Harrison Dr., Vancouver. Cremation, In lieu of flowers, donations to the Finnish Rest Home would be aoDreri- ated. Arrangements throunh the Memorial Society of B.C. and First Memorial Services Ltd. STANTON Jeanie of Vancouver. Passed away January 8, 1977 in her 90th year. Survived by daughter, Mrs. H.L. Donald. son; a Mrs. Harold Hammond: 1 son, J.S. Stanton; 1 brother. William Reld of Toronto: 4 grandchildren; and 3 great grandchildren. Memorial service to be held in the Boal Chapel, 1505 Lillooet Rd., North Vancouver, Tuesday, January 11th at ,o.ov p.m. rrivate lamlly service. lArrannements through First Me-'mona! Services Ltd. and the Me. moilal Society of B.C., TAYLOR On January 8. 197 7, George Henry of Vancou ver, burvived by his loving wife, Belle; 1 son, Michael W. ; 1 daughter, Jennifer Laura, at home also his mother, Mrs- Mabel W. Taylor and sister, Miss Olive Taylor all from Vancouver. runerai service weanesaay. Jan uary 12 at 2 D.m. In the SIM MONS MCBRIIJE MEMORIAL MJNfcKAL CfciNTKh. Broadway at Maple St. Interment Ocean View Burial Park. WITTENBERG Suddenly. by accident, on January 5th., 1977, Helen of Vancouver. Sur- vived by 1 son, Daniel of Tsaw wassen: 3 daughters. Mrs. D. (Anne) Dickson, Mrs. D.C. (Helen) Cameron, both of Sur rey, Mrs. B.G. (Linda) Gagne of Langley, b.c. I 7 grandchildren. Funeral service Tuesday, January 11th. at 2 p.m. in the Garden Chapel, Ocean View Burial Park, followed by interment in Ocean View Burial Park. In lieu- of iiowers, donations to the Cana dian Red Cross, 4750 Oak Street Vancouver, would De appreciated. Arrangements bv SIM MONS McBRIDE MEMORIAL WRIGHT Jean of Vancou ver. Passetl awav January a, 1977 in her 65th year, survived bv husband, James; son, Gordon Leidal. 1 brother, Edgar Ru ggles; 3 grandchildren. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the B.C. Cancer Foundation. Arrangements throught rirst Memorial Services Ltd. and The Memorial Service of B.C. YICK Willie, passed awav In hospital January 7, 1977, late of 616 Prior St., Vancouver, aged 63 years. Survived by his wife, Goy Heong; 1 son, Philip; 3 daughters, Mrs. May Lau, Janice, and Cynthia. Funeral service Wednesday. January 12 at 1 p.m. in Armstrong ft Co. Chapel, 304 Dunlevy Ave., Rev. James Ko officiating, interment rorest Lawn Memorial Park. 16 IN MEMORIAM To assist readers to prepare In Memoriam' and "Cards of Thanks" notices. The Sun has a pamphlet with some very appropriate verses and notices. Write or phone Betty Clarke, at the Vancouver Sun, to receive a copy or place a notice. 732-2439 73 2-2 408 1 EGXLSON In loving memory of our dear son and brother, Gerald, who passed away January 10, 1973. Days of sadness still come o'er us, Tears in silence often flow. Memory keeps you ever near us. Though you died four years aao. From Mom, Dad, brothers and sister?. j MAGEE In loving memory of; my dear husband James, passed a way January 10. 1972. - 1 The clock of life is wound but once And no man has the power. 1 To tell just when the hands will stop At late or early hour. AH to myself I think of you, Thinkof the things we used todo. Softly the leaves of memory fall Gently I gather and treasure them all. Just as you were, you'll1 always be. Treasured in my memory. His loving wife Jean. j McLUSKIE In loving memory of our father James (Jock) McLuskie, who passed away on January 10, 1972 and our mother Mary McLuskie, who passed away September, 1957 .Those whom we love go out of sight. But never out of mind: They are cherished in the hearts OC those they leave behind. -Lovingly remembered by daughters Vera and Beatrice and grandchildren. It FUNERAL DIRfCTORS MEMORIAL FUNERAL CENTRES- (Of Greater Vancouver) Mount Pleasant Nunn& Thomson Kingsway at 11 Ave. 876-2161 Forest Lawn Royal Oak at Canada Way ' 299-7711 Simmons & McBride Broadway at Maple 731-4151 Harron Bros. Ltd. FAMILY OWNED ; 2 Chapels To Serve You CHAPEL OF CHIMES 10th Ave. and Ontario St. Vancouver 876-8877 S. E. Atchison G. B. Atchison and ROYAL OAK CHAPEL 5100 Kingsway Burnaby 435-5577 naroia c Atcmson BURRARD CHAPEL 1 208 Lonsdale Ave. ' North Vancouver 988-1717. Wholly Canadian Locally Owned and Operated. Hamilton Mortuary 38th Ave. and Fraser 324-3851' Wholly Canadian Locally Owned and Operated FIRST MEMORIAL SERVICES Serving the public ft the exclusive undertaker for the Memorial Society of B.C 987-7723. Bell FunerafChapel 2746 E. Hastings St. 253-1343 S. Bowell ft Sons 219 Sixth St., N.W. . 522-1671 Cloverdale 574-4733 HOLLYBURN FUNERAL HOME D. E. McKENZIE 1807 Marine Dr.. W.V. 922-1221 Kearney Funeral Home 1096 West Broadway 736-0268 Chapel Hill Ltd. Surrey ft White Rock 531-4222 Surrey Funeral Home 13288 108th Ave. 581-4401 Burquitlam Angus A. MacLeod 625 North Rd., 936-7411 R0SELAWN CHAPEL Broadway-Commercial 874-1314 Richmond Funeral Home 842CambieRd.Richmd. 273-3748 Glenhaven Memorial Chapel Ltd IZ35 E. Hastings bt. 255-71)11 Delta Funeral Home Tsawwassen A Ladner 946-6040 22 CEMETERIES MASONIC CEMETERY Regular or ' Ash Graves All Freemasons, families, relatives. Perpetual Care. Secty. 733-2626 738-7381 Cemetery Supt. 299-6484 26 LOST Siamese chocolate Point vie. 16th ft Duchess Ave., West Van. Has small dark patch on back. Answers to 'Babe'. 926-9639, Bruce or Ev.j SEALPOINT SIAMESE CAT Reward, 3 yr. old male, vie. 52nd ft Oak. Urgent! Requires medication. 261-5671. REWARD $50 White, fem., mini-toy poodle. New Year's Eve. Jervis ft Kacit. ic, 681-2439, 685-6548. Black ft white Siberian Husky, has collar ft tag with name Kimo ol an uiu piiuue ixu. u seen please call 534-1721. German Shepherd, blk. ft tan 3 yrs. old, male, answers to name Benii ft has tattoo in right ear. Reward. 299-1160. Smalt brown male cross Peke ft Poodle dog, Dec. 22, sadly missed, no ID, reward. 433- 7674. Fern. Irish Setter, 19 mo., Surrey. Harbourers will be pros-ecuted. 581-5358. ; Wrapped Xmas gift to David ft Mae en route to U.S. Dec. 17. 321-6550. Wallet. New Years day, Irge. sum of money, possibly Stanley rant. sztf-BDOi. Boxing day, Marcasite broach, Kits pool or 2300 blk. W. 20th. 2900 blk. W, 31, 266-8259. Anti. gold link bracelet, heart shaped clasp, sentimental value, reward. 738-8862 Light orange ft white Morris type kitten. Vic. 33rd ft Main 327-2021. "Oliver" Black Cat, bit of white on chest. 437-5846. Vic. Airport, Dec. 18. Black rimmed glasses. 278-0416 Calico fern, cat vie. W. 48th ft E. Boulevard 266-6598 Reward. 6 mos. black cat, vie. 8th ft MacDonald 732-5485 27 FOUND Brown fern, dog, 6-9 mos. Clark ft 12th., cut off tail. 872-0552. ' White cat, vie. Trafalgar ft W. Broadway. Very affectionate. Poppy, 733-3082 or 874-6112. SUN WANT AD ORDER FORM The Shortest Distance Between Buyer and Seller 3 OUT OF 4 FAMILIES READ THE SUN DAILY Write Your Ad Below 1 Word to o Space Cost Appears to Right of Lost Word . An Average Word Contains 5 Letters. Name and Address Count the Same as Other Words. Deaths and Funeral Notices $13.50 for first 10 lines. Additional lines $1.35 per line. Births, Engagements, Marriages, Cards of Thanks; In Memoriam Notices, not exceeding 10 lines, $9.30. Each additional line .93c. Box Service Charge $4.00 per order (including mailing). Mail Now to Want Ad Dept., The Vancouver Sun, 2250 Granville St., Vancouver, B.C. V6H 3G2 Please run my ad for ............... . DAYS in the VANCOUVER SUN under Classification NAME ... ADDRESS 4 words to first line Swords to each , additional line. FOUND The SPfA hfis found the following, these descriptions are general only, Fern. Spaniel cross Peke, white light tan, flea collar, 6 to 8 mon,, 33 Victoria; Fern. Shep, cross, leather rnllar. ft mnn.. AO ft Vic toria; Fern. Scottie cross Mal tese, white, blue collar, adult; Alpine Place (Mission); Male Shep, cross, black it tan, long hair, 2 yrs. 6 ft Fraser; Male Shep. cross Husky, leather col lar, diqck lawn, s mon. ouuu blk. Elizabeth; Male Lab cross, black, 8 wks. 3400 blk. Sophia; Male Terrier cross, white with brown markings, 3'j mon., Kingsgate Mall; Female Lab, black, old leather collar with piece of twine, 1 to 2 yrs. 26 ft Cambie: Male Sheen dog. grey white, adult, found in Richmond & Van. Male Shep. cross, black ft tan, choke chain, adult, 3200 blk. Charles: Male Daxi cross Terrier, black with brown spots, short legs, 2'i mons., W. 24 ft Broadway; Male Shep. , cross, black ft tan, choke chain ft flea collar, 10 mons. 2000 blk. Vine. Please contact 1205 E. 7, or phone 879-7731. ; The Coauitlam SPCA has found the following, these descriptions are general only. Female spaniel cross samoyed, white ft gold: male lab. cross, black ft white: female chihuahua cross, black ft white; male span iel cross, tan; xemaie wire nair terrier cross, brown; male spaniel cross, tan ft white; female cockapoo, tan ft white; male lab., black; female shepherd cross, black ft tan: female dalma-tian cross, black ft white; female chihuahua cross, tan ft white; female spring spaniel, black ft white; female terrier cross, DlacK; female wire hair terrier cross, brown ft white; male ger-man shepherd, black ft tan; male shepherd cross, black, white & tan; male border collie cross lab, black ft white. Please contact at 1414 Pipeline. Rd. or phone 942-8470. The Vancouver SPCA has found the following. These de scriptions are general only. Chi huahua cross-Terrier, goldie brown, adult, possibly aban doned 61st & Fraser. Shepherd male cross, grey mix, 6 mos., 26th & Fraser. Female Shepherd cross, brown, chain collar. 5 mos., 33rd ft St. Catherines. Male Siamese Sealpoint, has small scar on right of head, adult, Arbutus, ft McDonald. piease contact izua t. nn or phone 879-7721. 1 The West Van SPCA has found the following, (these descrip tions are general only); Black, grey ft white Siberian Husky, at 12th ft Marine; Male Persian, orange, 2400 blk. Nelson. Please contact 922-4622. Have information about or ange striped male cat wearing pink rhinestone ft flea collars, found nr. Moscrop Jr.. High School. 437-5846. ' Fern. Persian cat, black, grey & sand tabby markings. White collar. Has been well cared for. 732-5038. Kerr ft 12th Ave. area. Small puppy, looks like Lab about 8 wks. Male, white on paws ft chest beige in color, vie. Willingdon ft Hastings 299-8016. Ladies diamond engagement ring, Zellers pkg lot in Richmond, Jan. 3. Inscribed with ini-tials & date. 278-6438. New West lie. 983, black male dog, poss Schnauzer or Airedale cross. Burns ft Prairie, Port Coquitlam. 941-4130. Keep on ring found Jan. 7. 3700 blk. Dunbar. Apply Lost ft hound, pacific tress Ltd., zzso Granville. Bunch of keys found on Larsen ft 17th, N. Vancouver, Jan. 7th, weekend 922-9881, Mon. to Fri, 985-2933. Brown ft white male dog, vie. Cariboo Rd., Bby. 291-3564 or 522-6597 Little yellow puppy, 11th Ave. 872-1774. vie. E. Female ij grown cat, black wwhite paws & throat, vie. Victoria ft 41st. 324-1341 aft, 6. Alaskan. Malamute adult male dog. Gray ft white. N. Burnaby area. 576-8848. Found in Surrey black Cockapoo with white stripe on chest. Phone 588-0354. Silver Charm bracelet, nr. Eaton's, New West, on Jan. 1st. 936-7604, Found, 25th Granville, small child's hand knitted sweater ft skirt. 738-5822. Brown key case ft keys, vie. McDonald King Edward. 732- 5239. Silver gray poodle with leather collar. Guildford Shopping Cen- ter. surrey. 5.50-8365. Orange striped male cat, white paws ft collar, UBC area. 224 1936. 2 grown all black male tat, vie. Heritage Blvd. North Van. 980-8602 Gemmoloaist report, vie 13th ft Lonsdale, North Van, 988- 3184. Small tan color male dog, vie, No. 1 ft Williams, Rich. 274-5710 Sun. aft. 1 p.m. Mans watch, Woodwards at Oakridge. 327-3178 aft. 5 p.m 2 keys on niece of string. Ena- nsn nay. aa-236 Small black dog, nr. 21st Kingsway. 874-1059, Raccoon found in Ladner. 278-1141.' Black female kitten. Vic. Smith ft Spruce. 437-7730. Set of keys. Charles ft Cassiar. 255-9647. - Garbage can found vie. Rock. 536-9737. Set of keys, 731-3559. 21st ft Balsam, ... . . . ... 27 FOUND llth A Alder, lady's brown change purse, 733-2646. 2 keys nr. 736-7029. Broadway & Oak. 30 COMING EVENTS For Unattached People DANCE TONIGHT A EVERY NIGHT AT THE Arlington Cabaret ' MotfsAT 8-3 a.m. 236 W. Broadway 733-222 2 ROOMS 2 BANDS Downtown Flea Market Every Sat. & Sun. 9:30 to 3. 1148 Homer 681-0366 GIANT BINGO Volunteer Firemen's held at The Breakers everv Tues.. Thurs. A Fri. 18 cash prizes incl. $10,000 maximum Jackpot, '76 Toyota, 1 wk. in Keno for z. Doors open at r.uu, cany uira 7:43, reg. b:uu. Further info. 945-2300. ECKANKAR Path of Total Awareness through Soul Travel. Free lecture A film at Renfrew Community Centre. Rm 102, Wednesday, Jan. 12 at cm p.m. MEET'N MIX SINGLES Jan. 8, dine A Dance, floor- sliow. Bavshore Inn. Jan. 15. dine A dance, Del Biancos. Pri vate licensed club. Brochures, 988-3004. , Canadian Single Parents Busi ness Meeting, Eagles Hall, 748 Kingsway. Monday, January 10, 7:45 PM, Speaker will be for Volunteer Grandparents. All sin gle parents welcome. 879-1964. BALLROOM DANCE LESSONS Dance Club Private Lessons No contracts Babish Dance Studio 2431 Granville St. 736-4070 WED. BINGO Every Wed.. 7:30 at St. Johns (Shaughnessy) Church Hall, 1450 Nanton, at Granville. f ECKANKAR Public lecture U.B.C. Student Union Bldg, Rm 213, Tuesday, Jan. llth at 7 p.m. COUNTRY MUSIC And dancing nightly. Marble Arch Hotel. 928 Main. 681- 5839. "Image' 24 hrs. ' Single Scene America Rec. mess. 689-3098 32 CATERING & PARTY RENTALS Budget party rentals for any function. Ph. 736-8704. 34 HALLS FOR RENT Wedding Reception Bookings Catering, convention facil. International House, U.B.C. Phone 228-5021 Viking Inn 828 E. Hastings. Groups 150-500. 683-5781 or 266-0053. ; Deluxe Hall for all occ. A bin- gos, res. 114 W. Broadway. 684-5633 or 738-3982. eve. Ballroom with stage A kitchen. Modern, attractive. 261-9713 36 INFORMATION WANTED Would Sally Jimmy also known as Skaper, mother of Debbie Felicia Jimmy born October 18, 1965, Bobby Andy Ska per born June 26, 1968, Arnold Victor Skaper born April s, 1S71 and Roger Kevin Skaper born April 13, 1972. Last known address to be Vancouver or anyone knowing her whereabouts please contact Ms. M. Durbarh, Vancouver Resources Board, tele phone 879-8821 regarding a niat- ter of personal concern Norma Smarch, last known ad dress No. 163 Flinget St. or 403 B Jecket St.. Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, or anyone knowing her whereabouts please contact Social Services A Community Health. 1173-82 St.; Edmonton, Alberta T4B 2V9 on a matter of urgent personal concern. Gyuk, Elizabeth nee Karinko, mother of Sean, Cynthia and Caroline or anyone knowing her whereabouts, please contact C. Fleetwood, Vancouver Resources Board, Vancouver. 879-8821, Monday to Friday, 9 a.m.' to 5 p.m. ' Reward for information leading to whereabouts of Robert Kirk Neun. Please contact Mother at Box 163. this paper. I GORDON SAMPSON CON-TACT SUSANNE. 879-1545. 40 PERSONAL Lady, warm personality, home-lover, wishes to meet sincere gent, widower, (or never married), in fifties, for meaningful, permanent relationship. Object matrimony. Box 197, this paper. Gent 35, 5'11". 160 lbs., varied interests, easy going, quiet, nonsmoker, no prejudices, seeks for companionship, lady, similar, outlook. Object matrimony. Box 201, this paper. ' 42 BUSINESS PERSONALS LONELY? Let Vancouver Friendship A Marriage Bureau introduce you to a friend A partner of. your choice. All ages. 433-4534 Mon. to Fri. 10 am-5 pm, Sat. to 1 pm. Ste. 1. 4677 Kingsway. Bby Preferred Rates for discrimi nate borrowers. 1st, 2nd A 3rd. Mortgages. New Convenient hours 9 to 9. Provident International Investments 682-6861 682-8011 .1 enclose $ PHONE City or Town 27 42 BUSINESS PERSONALS DIVORCE WHY WAIT? 1 . You may not have to be separated 3 yrs. to get your divorce. 2. We are not a "Do-it-yourself" Divorce Firm We Insist you use the services of your lawyer. 3. Convenient terms arranged. 4. No Charge for your Initial interview. , i , , For additional information , Call 687-2835 LUXF0RD DIVORCE SYSTEMS (1976) INC. 211 - 470 Granville (at Pender) Chflx., Master Chge. 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