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rMr -rHvu r. Mon. tu r"rl. 8 3i i a.m. -9 pm. 732-2033 fTFTTAL WEFKKND TKI.El'HONE LKV1CE Sunday i pm. tu 8 p.m. 732-2!J33 coi'nteb box omct Monday through Friday a 30 a.m. to 3 p m. t'LO.sKU SATlKDAf Sun Classified Want Ad Section PART ONE PAGES 37 TO 52 - PART TWO PAGES 53 TO 57 VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, TUESDAY, MAY 16, 1972 37 (part) one 1 he un Vancouver's Leading Newtpvper Published evcy weekday by Sun Publishing Company Limited under agreement with Pacific- Press Ltd. 2JoO Granville bL 732-2111 Stuart Keate PuhlisKr Bruee IWctilson. ErJ'toriul Direc r W. T. Gait .... AlanaEinir Mitor J. Toogood. .. .Aiivtij. Director F. H. Edwards. ..Circulation Mur. 3. J. Roone Business Mgr. J. A. McLellan. . . .Promotion Mxr. B. L. Rudd Ass't to Publisher North Vancouver 988-8626 Night Phone after 9 o ctofV Ni!iht Editor 732-2U1 ADVERTISING RULES AND REGULATIONS The Vancouver sun reserves the right to classify ads under appro- firiate headings and to set rates herefore and to determine page location. The Vancouver Sun reserves the right to revise, edit, classify or reject any advertisement arid to retain anv answers directed to The Sun Box Replv service, ana iu repay the customer the sum paid for the advertisement and box reBox Replies on "Hold" instructions not picked up with:n lu days of expiry of an advertisement will be destroyed unless mallins instructions are received. Those answering Box Numbers are requested not to send originals of documents to avoid loss. All claims of errors to advertisements must be received by the publisher within 30 days after the first publication. , ,. It is agreed by the advertiser reauestlng space that tne liability Ft The Vancouver Sun nivision of Pacific Press Ltd.) in the event of failure lo publish an advertisement or in the event of an error appearing in the advertisement as published shall be limited to the amount paid bv the advertiser for onlv one Incorrect insertion for the portion of the advertising Sate occupied by the Incorrect or omitted item only, and that there Shall be no liability In any event greater than the amount paid for mien anvei iismit. , BIRTHS -DEATHS O'CALLACHAN Patrick and Shelley iBowelli are happy to announce the arrival of Kevin Gordon, 7 His., born in Namwala. (Box 77) Zambia. Africa, on May 14, 1U72. OXTOBY Fred and Sharon (nee Swansom aie happy to announce the birth of a little daughter. Jennifer Leanne, 6 lbs. 14 ozs. at the Ottawa Civic Hospital, on Wednesday, May 3rd. 1972. sister for Alison Jane. QL'INX Russ and Mareot (nee Miller) are pleased to ann lume the birth of their first child, a son. Steven fius-sel. 6 lbs. 13 ozs. on May 11, 1972 at St. Paul s Hospital. SORKO Rolf and Joan (nee Hill) are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Karin Mellnda, 7 lbs. 5 oz on May 9. 1972 at Burnaby General Hospital. STARKY To Erian and Jill, (nee Franklin) of Keie-nieos, B.C. a son, Jackson Bayntun, 8 lbs. 5 oz. at Pen-ticton General Hospital, April 30, 1972. DEATHS CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum space 2 lire of typf-0c per line per day 4 days for the price of S 7 davs for the price of 5 SO day's. 60c per line oer oar Above rates apply to consecutive in s e r t 1 o n 6 only w ithout CWWaVmiti. Marriages, .v...-:. r K no ner Insertion. kaVh additional line fioc daily Death and Funeral Notices, JtfiO lor first 10 lines. Additional 'iries 9)c per line daily. ( Above rates apply to B.C. only) Box Service Charge. . . . . . . . IrET order iru luuiiii PHONE 732 AX EN William, of l.'i:3 Hope Rd.. North Vancouver. Dosser! wv 1;i.- T V ' 1972. in his .Vith year.' Sur vived by his loving wile, Yvonne; 1 son John: 1 daughter. Wilhel-mina: his mother. Mrs. Aksemzuk. of Montreal. Mr. Axen was a memlier of St. Alban's l.dge A.F. & A.M. Montreal, funeral service wili be held Wednesday. May 17. at 11 a.m.. in the Boal Memorial Chapel, 15U5 Lillooet Road. North Vancouver, Rev. Ian Grant ofii-clatmg. Interment in North Vancouver Cemetery. Arrangemenls through the Memorial Society of B.C. and First Memorial Services Ltd. BAILLIE May 12. 1972. Violet Agnes Baillie, late of 7921 Selkirk .St., aged b.i vears. Survived by her son, Thomas. Port Moody, daughter, Mrs. 'iolet Sharp. Keiov. na. 2 grandchildren. 1 brother James Gaw. Winnipeg. Funeral service Wednesday. May 17, at ld.3' a.m. m ROSELAWN FUNERAL CHAPEL, Broadway at Commercial Dr.. The Rev. Peter Teichroeb officiating. Interment Mountain View Cemetery. 2033 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Wherever normal carrier service is maintained $3.00 per month. CaynHda,l4.5T per month. S13.00 per 3 months, So2M per year. United States. $4.a0 per month. Saturday only-Canada, 25c per copy. V'nited I States. 3c per copy, J15.H0 per year. . Commonwealth and Foreign fates upon request. Authorized as second class mall. Pmi Office Department, Ottawa. Member Audit Bureau of Circula Hons. Circulation Department, 732-2371, Nelson years. OISTRIBl'TOBS Vancouver 2250 Granville West Vancouyer 4 hllliwark 9215 Armitage North Vancouver 310 Lonsdale Courtenay Hist. Mrs. John Barr C'ranhrook 41S 12th St. S. lliinmn 138 Craig St. hernte Golden Mrs. Evelyn J. Brown Rov 153 Phone 344-64o7 Grand Forks MM. AgneS h. RUZ; 732-2T71 732-2371 Roy Godkin (M3-()0 T en rhurchlil 98S-8626 339-2415 John Hiebert Phone 426-4433 David Stutt Phone 746-4733 Mrs. Marguerite c-praon rnune t.j-)i3 ika. Box Kamloops . 749 St. Paul St. Kelowna 1423 Ellis St. Kimberley 461 4th Avenue Phone 442-S882 Frank Brown Phone 372-2833 Harrv W. Cretin Phone 762-2221 Mr. Floyd Walde uitimnf Mr.Hemz r.oenau 40 Brant Street Phone 632-. 27 Dlerritt I; ranlt Stanw-h 2399 Merrltt Ave. Phone 3,H-2.i36 N. Nnnaimo Sun Office, 94 Front St. Nelson Mr. 922 Front St. Ocean Falls BOX 31 1 ( Pentlcton 1497 Manitoba St, Port Ainerni Ron Podritske Phone 754-23SS Gary Brothertnn Phone 332-7396 Mre Dnrnthv ShaW Phone 289-3395 Mr. Dave Hewer Phone 493-U12U James Harris fort Hardv Mrs. Shirley Ross Airport. Port Hardy Ph. 949-6440 Powell River Mrs. Heather Parkhouse 5407 Yukon Ave. Phone 4S3-3457 Prince George Mrs. Jeanette Fleury 105 Brunswick St. Ph. 563-0381 Prince Rupert Mrs. Gerda Kouwenhaven Vi7 Havs Cove Ave. Ph. 624-3914 Princeton,, , Mrs. Nellie Garrison Box 322. Princeton, B.C. 2?-&)73 Quesnel George Peterson so 2 Phone: 992-9n21 Revelstoke Mrs. Mary Beruscni 305 Victoria St. Rnssland Box 522 feandspit Salmon Arm BOX 1S24 Rox 450 Phone 837-43H8 Mr. R. E. Smith Phone 362-5592 Leonard R. Bond Phone 637-5317 Joseph Seib Phone 832-3847 .r" Mr. ShirlPU .1. AtWOOd oiri Skinner Ave. Phone b3o-oll.i ,r-ii Mrc Mnrma T.. Sigurdson 1567 Rav Ave. Phone 364-1483 - i r t. friancv) Hani ton 3ir.l-35th'Ave. Phone 542-2216 Victoria Mrs. ColdieA. Danieon 786 Cave St. Phone 386-2794 Wells Trevor a. uavies Box 67, WeUa Phone 994-3222 Williams Lake Mr. John Well Box 397 Phone 392-7751 BEXON Passed away In shaughnessy Hospital, on May 14. 1972, Wiliiam Mariow Bexon, of 1275 St., Vancouver, aged 79 Survived by his loving wife. Ayleen: 1 daughter. Mrs. Flovd (Kathleen) Ewing. prime George: 3 grandchildren. Served in First World War. life member of Royal Canadian Legion No 43, Prune George. Funeral service Wednesday, May 17, at 1 p.m. in The CHAPEL OK CHIMES, llarron Bros. Ltd., on loin Ave. 2 blks. west of Mam St.. Rev. II. B. lllscy officiating, cremation. BRANDEIS Frank, of Suite 216. 7167 Fulton Ave.. Burnaby. aged 63 years, passed away Sunday May 14, 1972. Survived by his loving wife, Mary; 1 daughter, Mrs. N. (Conniei Maurice, coqun-lam: 2 grandchildren: 2 sisters. Mrs. V. (Rosiel Blecha. Idaho; Mrs. Bessie Jarollm. B.C. Service will be held Thursday. May 18, at l p.m. In the New Westminster Chapel of S. BOWELL & SONS, 219 6th St., with Rev. Calvin Chambers officiating. Cremation to follow. BROWN Stella, of 8467 Oak St., Vancouver, on May 14, 1972, n her 75in year, survived nv son, Frank Spada of Surrey; 2 daugh ters. Mrs. H. Montgomery dhns- tina) of Cache Creek and Mrs. L. H. Warburton (Violet) of North Vancouver: 6 grandchildren: 11 great grandchildren; 6 brothers and 2 sisters. Funeral service will be held Thursday, May 18 at 1 p.m. in Boal Memorial Chapel, 1305 Lillooet Rd., North Vancouver, Rev. W. Valentine officiating. Interment at North Vancouver Cemetery. Flowers gratefully de clined. Arrangements through the Memorial Society of B.C. and First Memorial services Ltd. BUR ROl'OHS On Mav 14. 1972, Herbert Stanley of 2996 W. 3oth Ave.. Vancouver In his S2nd vear. Survived by 1 daughter. Mrs. Hooipo Bnyd. Kailua. Ha waii; 6 grandchildren; 4 greatgrandchildren. Memorial service, (3 pm.) Wednesday May 17, Boal Chapel, 1505 Lillooet Rd.. North Vancouver, Rev. J. Frith officiating. Cremation. Flowers gratefully declined. Arrangements through the Memorial Society of B.C. and First Memorial Services Ltd. CHOWTHER Passed away May 14, 1972, in hospital at Hope. B.C., Mr. Freeman Seville Crow -ther, In his 62nd year, late of 7ol 7th Ave., Hope and formerly of Hedley, B.C. Survived by his loving wife Florence, 1 daughter, Mrs. R. (Myrna) Jolly, Victoria; 3 sons. William. Port Coquitlam; Larry, Elsa, Yukon; Roger, Ashcroft; 8 grandchildren, 1 sister, Mrs. Loie Philbrook, North Burnaliy; 1 brother. Harold, West Vancouver. Predeceased by 1 daughter, Sharon, in 1961. Funeral service Wednesday, May 17, at 2 p.m., in Christ Anglican Church, Hope, Rev. Paul Mc.VIulIin offi-ciaiing. Interment Mountain View Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations would be appreciated to T. B. Christmas seal Committee, 9(Ki West Broadway, Vancouver. Henderson's Funeral Home, Chilli-wack, directors. DAHLBECK Anna E.. late of Haney, on Mav 14. 1972, aged 83 years. Predeceased bv her hus-band, John Oiaf, In Itwi, and her daughter, Mrs. Lilly Abramson, in 196. .she leaves 2 sons, Henry, in Surrey; Algot, Calmar, Alberta: 5 daughters. Mrs. Eva Drake. Haney: Mrs. Velma Rochrm, Shelley. B.C.; Mrs. Amy Young. Lan-gley; Mrs. Agnes Tavlor, Calgarv: Mrs. Mildred Learned, Burnaby; 2 brothers, 2 sisters in Sweden: 19 grandchildren. 22 greatgrandchildren. Funeral service Ihursday. Mav 18. at 1 p.m.. in Garden Hill Funeral Chanel. 224 St.. Hanev. Rev. W. Bergman officiating Interment Maule Ridce Cemetery. FODEN On May 14, 1972, William Randell Foden. of 6'i2 East 4th St., North Vancouver. -i yeais. survived tiv his "nut parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill "de;i. North Vancouver; his brother Jeffrey, at home: his liancee. Miss Donalda Beck, North Vancouver; his aunt, Mrs. Evelvn Park house. Vancouver; his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilkes, Edmontcn: his grandfather. Frederick Foden. Toronto. Rev. M Karaheias will conduct the funeral service on Thursday, Mav is at lo a.m. in BURRAKD FUNERAL CHAPEL. Lonsdale Ave. at l-'tri St.. North Vancouver. Interment Capilano View Cemetery. Special Holiday Phone Service SUN CLASSIFIED WANT ADS may be phoned in Monday MAY 22nd Between 5 and 9 p.m. for Tuesday, May 23rd Editions SUMMER HOURS Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. -9 p.m. Closed All Day Saturday Phone 732-2033 Office Closed Sunday Vancouver's Want Ad Headquarters Mr hi munuii SMrTH ELVINA In lovlne memory of our mother. Peacefully sleeping, resting at last. The world's weary trouhlei and trials are passed. In silence she suffered. In patience she bore 'Til God called her home To suffer no more. Jack, George, Don, Elvina and Beth. STEFANI in loving memory of a dear wife and mother, Agnes Mary, who passed away May 16, 197H. Peacefully sleeping, resting at last. The world's weary troubles and trials are past; In silence she suffered. In patience she bore. Till God called her home to suffer no more. Ever remembered by Ello and Eugene. 18 FUNERAL DIRECTORS Harron Bros. Ltd. Independent & Family Owned 2 Chapels to serve you CHAPEL OF CHIMES at 10th Ave. and Ontario St. Vancouver 876-8877 S. E. Atchison G B. Atchison ROYAL OAK CHAPEL 5100 Kmgsway A FAMILY OWNED CHAPCT. ! Burnaby 435-5577 Harold C. Atchison DEATHS DEATHS SIMMONS & McBRiDE "A DIGNIFIED SERVICE" Broadway at Maple S'. 731-4131 731-4131 26 luii Young orange, black and white. part-Persian, just recently spayed. 27 FOUND The Vancouver SPCA has fuur.d tne following: Male span. el tiw Vic. Central Park, S. Bby. 434-4836 : blonde & white. 8 wks., 60OO bik eves. Reward. Lost choc, colored poodle. Vic. Fraser & Marine wearing blue studded collar. Reward. 5J1-1661, 327-732. Sun. night. Man'a wallet containing important papers. Vic. Guildford Town Center. Reward. 5hH-73tjO. Female, orange & white, long- -WTr.uir.ph: male Pooaie, haired cat. Vie. 1st & Balsam. AWft. "'?al .Northern .&' L nr return to vumunm Rumble; fern. Spaniel cross Conic. oionae, b mos., j.ira & iuk: niuic Lab. cross, black. 1 yr., SKOu Booth; male Shepherd, black It tan, 2 rs., 41st & Fraser; fern. Lao. cross, black A while. 10 mos., su E. lHth. male Lab., black, 10 mos.. 13. d Nelson; fern. Poodle, black, S mos., 1300 E. lit'.h.: ma.e bull Terr.cr I cross, wniie A biwn 6-7 wks., CIVS . maie Kits. Ph. 738-8713, or return li407 W. 1st. Set of tar keys. vie. 12th & Vic tona Commercial A Brdwy. area. Sat. p.m. b7 2-20u6. On bus from Penticlon-Van., sm. hrown overnight case. Reward. 433-Sulo. Male German shepherd, 4 mons.. no lie, all black with white legs. 36r.5 East rith Avenue. Black Lab., male, very tall. Wears brown collar. Reward. Eves., cail 29H-Oh77. Gold charm bracelet, vie. 10th A Trimble. Sentimental value, re-ward. 261-.TJ7.S. Male Cockapoo, 12th A New-combe. Burnaby - New West. 5'J4-I276. Male Chocolate point noisy affectionate Siamese, 140th St., Surrey ofiH-6440 Purebred rey Pekingese. A one bridle cross terrier. Lost steveston No. 3. 327-3358. Add to your Income. A .un Want Ad will help find a tenant forthat extra room. 732-2033. Lady's gold wrist watch, vie. Pendrell & Davie. Kassam, 6f3- 3732 days: 6SS-5S62 eves Wallet. Reward. 255--It 134. a. bick. 41,0 R. 1s;;i.: rem. Lao., nlauk 4: while, 2'-. inua . I..1O Carlton Dr.; maie C 1'ie. 3 wks., oOO'l Wilson: torn. SnepnerJ. lilacs A tan, 3y0d w. I6tli; mai" .-hcpiierd cross, black & Inn. 3ji.y F.. Bru.i-.iu uy: maie Miepnerd crus.--. Bi'O'1 n A Gre, ColuniDia & 4Ut. Contact 1203 tast 7t)l Ave, bTSJ- Set of keys. Rroadway A Mac- I dnnahLKew ard offered. 277-6442. Part Doherman A Irish Setter. I Licence -797. 874-S200. ! Yamaha acoustic guitar 2hth & Ixinsdaie. Reward, ,6-23'i3. i OLIVER George, of South Burnaby, at Shaughnessy Hospital, on May 15, iy72, aged .-2 years. Survived by his loving wife, Elsie; 1 daughter, Violet Wakelm; 2 granddaughters. Bar-bat a and Diane; 6 great - grandchildren; also 2 brothers: and 2 sisters m England. Funeral ser- GKEKVHII f. p..h ... ;iee, P m.. wennesaay, ,May 11. m-j,, 1 i -it,-:, t "'. '.t ' BOa maw . ljtu Li looec ku.. of "7 Ijoman xt North Vancoi.Ver. Rev,. Stuart Mac- Survived hv hi B., r ' lo otticiattne. in lieu or now FOREST LAWN leun. son Craig, and daughter-in-law, Lyn, and his loving sister, Mrs, c. 1 Chic I Hill. Vancouver. Rev. J. Sorochan will conduct the lunenil .service in the Chapel of the Mount Pleasant Funeral Directors. Kinysuav at 11th Ave., on Wednesday. May 17th, at 3 p.m. Cremation. ers, contributions may be made to tne B.C. Heart rounoanon. ar. 1 rangements through the .Memorial society or K.c. and irsi iMemonai Services Ltd. SANDBERG On May 1 t. W72. in h'ispital. Mrs Glauvs San1riK of 14.46 West 14th Axe. survived iy her son Douglas Karl V ancou- j ONE CALL ARRANGES ALL ver; Brothers. Harvey and Robert Royal Oak Ave. at Canada Way in Saskatchewan; Deiiiert, Ken-1 Surnabr 3 299-7711 m'tn and Douglas Newell in Van. 1 couver; sisters .Mrs. John Kaiser. Alberta and Mrs. Hael L Heu-reux. Vancouver. Funeral service Wednesday May 17 at 1 p.m. in Nunn & Thomson Chapel, lutn Ave. and Cambie St. Rev. A. T. Carr ofliciating. Interment will he made in the family plot. North Battleford, Sask. 27 FOUND HA R.ll'LA Matilda. Maria r.f Vancouver B.C., passed away Mav 1.1. 19.2, in her 7.1th vear. Survived by 2 sons, William Richard, or sask.; and Terence Victor, of England: 1 daughter, Mrs. I.. Kel-scy (Audrey) of Quesnel, B.C.: 9 grandchildren. 1 great-granddaughter. 2 brothers, Wavne and Arthur Yleen. Memorial service will be held Wednesday. May l.th, at 1 p.m., in the Boal Memo's'."1., t-hapel. .i3 Lillooet Rd.. North Vancouver. Rev. James 01gl ofricuitmg. Cremation. Ar- ,nii.-,i-iu uirousn tne .Memorial society of B.C. and First .Memorial Services Ltd. I OLSON On Mav 14. 1972, i Helen Alexandria, In her 51st year, beloved wile of Stanley Olson. i66ir: Churchill St.. Vancouver. B.C. 'Survived by her husb.-ind. Stanley; '2 sister s. Mrs. G. K. Marion 1 Aii-:co k. Moose Jaw, Sask . and Doro-j thy G. Smith of Vancouver: numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral service will he held at Shaugh-inessy Heights t inted Church. 33rd .Ave. at ConnauRht Dr.. Wcdnes-lilav. May 17. 2 p.m.. Rev. George ; Scarcv officiating. Cremation. No : flowers by request, donations to ,the B. Cancer Society or Canadian Bible society gratefully re ceived. Mount Pleasant funeral directors in charge. BIRTHS ARCHIBALD Margaret -TrrTtl Dbraid pibUUi.v sm- nounre the birth of their son, Bradley Douglas. 7 lbs. 2 ozs. on May 14, 1972 at Grace Hospital. Brother for Daryl. DENTON Keith and Janis are proud to announce the birth of their daughter Erica Joanne, 7 lbs. 1 oz. on May 11, 1972 at Lions Gate Hospital. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. James Denton, of New Brunswick, and Mrs. Ellen Pow of North Vancouver. HAMMERSMARK Al and Dawn are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter. Angela Dawn, 8 lbs. 9 oz on May 12, 1972, at Burnaby General Hospital. A sis-ter for Michael and a granddaughter for Mr. and Mrs. T. Hammersmark and Mrs. M. Blair. JACOBS Roger and Kathy are pleased to announce the birth of their son, Todd Andrew, 6 lbs., 15 ozs., on May 9, 1972, at St. Mary's Hospital. A brother for Carrie. LEE Doctor and Mrs. Robert E. Lee are pleased to announce the arrival of their daughter, Katrlna MacLeod Lee, May 11, 1972. at Richmond General Hospital. A sister for Lisa, Sharl and Rob. LYONS To Bob and Carole (nee Morrow) at Nanaimo General Hospital, on May ja. 1972. a rianahter Lynn, 8 lbs. 14 ozs. for Karen. fs'atasha A sister CAHILL On May 14. 1972. Esther Josephine Cahill. of 1090 Victoria Dr., in her 76th year. Survived by 3 daughters, Mrs. Eileen Bohart, Mrs. Cherry Miller and Mrs. Verna Schnider, all of Vancouver; 8 grandchildren and 10 great - grandchildren: brother and sisters in Ireland and Eng land. Requiem Mass Thursday, May 18, at 10 a.m., in St. Andrew's Church, 480 East 47th Ave., Rev. D. Mclnernev celebrant. In terment Victory Memorial Park. HAMILTON MORTUARY direct ing. CAMPBELL Edna, passed away May 14, 1972, in Azusa, Calif., in her 51st year, formerly of Vancouver. B.C. She is survived oy ner loving husband, John: 2 sons, Gary and Kenneth; 1 granddaughter, Terry; her mother, Mary Lytton; sister, Ruth Fouts: brother, Thomas Lytton. all of Vancouver; 1 sister, Irene Weir of Azusa. Calif.; several nieces and nephews. Funeral service May 14, at 11 a.m. from Whites Funeral Home, Azusa, Calif. Cremation. COLLINS On May 12. 1972, Eleanor Collins, of SS25 Brooke Kd.. Delta, aged 52 years, sur vived Dy ner ia HAWKINS Dorothv, of Vancouver, B.C.. passed away Mav 13. l-).2. in her Ndh year. Predeceased by her husband, William Henry, in 1934. Survived bv 4 daughters and 4 sons-in-law, Mr and .Mrs. II. Peterson (Betty). Mr aim .virs. ;. Andrews (Winona 1, Mr. and Mrs. G. Ru-ketts (Corah and Mr. and Mrs. L. Brannlund (Dorothv), all of Vancouver, B.C.; 4 grandsons and 1 granddaughter J great-grandchildren, 2 sisters in England; nieces and nephews in Canada and England. Memorial win ne neia weanesdav. May 17, at 10 a.nu in the Boal Memorial Chapel. 13113 Lillooet Rd.. North Vancouver, Rev. John Frith olficiatmg. Cremation. In lieu of flowers, donations to the B.C. Heart Foundation would he appreciated. Arrangements through the Memorial Society of B.C. and First Memorial Services Ltd. HILL Majr 15. 1972, Eva ?.T,W '"' r 1''365 Pacific Ave., White Rock, aged 82 years. Survived by her loving husband, John: 2 sons. Paul anrf nnn.,lri Taylor. B.C.: 2 daughters, Mrs'. Joan Robertson. North Bav. Ont Mrs. Freda Mumhv. Tavlor nr- 2 brothers. Herbert and Arthur tlarlland. Funeral Kervi.-. UWnn.. day. May 17. at 3 p.m.. from Church of Holy Trinity. White Kock. Rev. J. L. Clark officiating. Interment Surrvsidp r.nwn rhi,. el Hill Ltd., White Rock, funeral directors. father, Allele Canhy. cromcr. Jar Dcll.i. 1 sister, Mrs. (josepmnei w. Pont, Surrey. Service Wednesday, May 17, at 10:30 a.m. In Chapel of surrey funeral Home (wna ev 13288 108th Ave., Rev. H. Parker officiating. Interment Surrey Cen tre cemetery. CRIPPS On Mav 14. 1972. James John Crinns. of 710,S Ke- mano, Powell River. B.C.. aged S3 vpwrs Rnrviv-oa hv 1 nn .lumoc n. inpps, l daughter. Mrs. s, (Phyllis) Hollinshead, both of poweu River: i granacniidren and 3 great-grandchildren. Funeral service Thursday. Mav is. at i p.m. from the Rose Chapel at For est Lawn Memorial park, 3fs Royal Oak, Burnaby. Interment to to ow. stuhberr e a f u n e r a Home, Powell River, in charge of arrangements. JFNVFR fsllHHnnll, Ma,, 15. 1972. F.M7Hheth Jcnno'r nf sll'-l Norfolk St.. North Rurnahv. Snr. vived by her loving husband, Robert: daughters. Mrs. Carol Anne Ondzik. Prince George: Mrs. G. (Kooerta Lynn? Pringle. North Delta- 5 grandchildren: 2 stepbrothers and 1 half-hrnther in Manitoba. Funeral service will be conducted by Rev. R. Berwyn Roberts, Wednesday. May 17. at 2.30 p.m. in the Chapel of CO-LCMBIA FUNERAL HOME, 233 Columbia St.. 'pw- Westminster Interment Forest Lawn Memorial park. McPHATTER Ralph Charles, died suddenly May 4. 1972. in campoeii Kiver, in his 5)th year. .--uiviveu ny nis loving vvne, uu-lie": 3 brothers. Ross. Woodflbre: T.lovd Nllll TVTnrri.v Va n.-niior aunts and cousins; 7 nieces and nepnevvs. cremation by First Memorial. A MEADOWS Allan, of Steves-ton, passed away Mav 14. 1972. aged 76 years. Predeceased bv his wife in April of 1971. Survived by sons, cioya, steveston; Lewis, Vancouver; 2 daughters, Mrs. J. Rosenburg (Violet), U c 1 n e 1 e t; rvuin, .-san jose, cam.; ju grana- Children: 9. irrPat.ffranHhilrlrpn No flowers by request. Donations to either the B.C. Heart Founda- iion or tne B.C. cancer society. Private familv arrangements through the Memorial Society of B.C. and First Memorial Services iiu. TYPE SIZES 6 Point counts 1 line 90c day 6 POINT CAPS counts as 2 lines 12 Point 18 Point 24 Point 30 Point Counts as 3 lines Counts as 4 lines Counts as 5 lines Counts as 6 lines Varyln the size of type In creases the readability of your advertisement. IrfNMOMtl MILLER Passed away in Vancouver, pfNttoMtii .iiy a.-), i , jonn n. uiocunaa (Bab LMlIler. 222 6265 Knight street. Late member Tyee Lodge, No. 66, A.F. & A.M. Served in the First World War. Pensioned sleeping car conductor, CNR. later with the Metropole Hotel, Vancouver. B.C. Memorial service will be held Thursday, May 18, at 3 p.m. in the Boal Memorial Chapel, 1505 Lillooet Road, North Vancouver, Rev. W. Valentine officiating. Cremation. Arrangements through the Memorial Society of B.C. and First Memorial Services Ltd. NELSON Passed away May 15, 1972, Sofie Magnesen, widow of HJalmar Theodore fH. T. Nelson), of 2095 Beach Ave., Vancouver, in her 89th year. Survived by 2 daughters. Mrs. Georae A. (Hil- dur) Black, and Randi Pauline Nelson, Vancouver: 1 granddaugh ter. Mrs. Bernard (Caroline) Berg: 2 gret-grandchildren. alien and Randl. Calgary. Alta nephew. Birger Nielsen and family, Vancouver. Mrs. Nelson was a mem ber of Sons of Norway. Vancouver. Funeral service Thursday, May 18, at, i p.m. m tne unapei or j-orest Lawn Funeral Directors. Roval Oak Ave. at Canada Way. Rev. L. T. N son offic atine. Cremat on. Garden Chapel, Ocean View. NOBLE Passed away May 12, I97'.z in., surrey. B.C., William James rsooie, in nis soin year, late of 712 Richards St.. Vancou- ver and formerly of Coaultlam. Aldergrove and Burnaby. Survived oy nis wiie uspem, cjnuiiwack; l daughter, Mrs. R. (Margaret) Blr. chette. Prince George: 3 irrand- children; 2 great - grandsons;- 1 Drotner. Kicnaro rsonie; ana 1 sis ter, Mrs. Maggie Duncan, Scot- lana. Funeral service Saturday, May 20, at 3.30 p.m. in Hender son s Funeral Home. Ch lltwack. Rev. W. Holland, officiating. Cre mation win louow. O'NEIL On May 10. 1972. Francis Joseph O'Neil. 1203 Seymour St., m his 73rd year. Sur- ived by 1 son Robert, of liow-manvillc. Ont. Funeral service Wednesdav. Mav 17 at lo a.m. in the Chapel of HAMILTON MORTUARY. Fraser Street at 3Mh Ave. Kev. A. H. Cummings officiating. Cremation. PERC1CH On Saturday. May 13. 1972. Eda J. Percich. aged 61 years, wife of Louie Percich of 5066-43th Avenue. Delta. B.C. Also survived by her son, Boris Olich, wife, Ann, and granddaugnter. Pamela; daughter, Nancy Ruble, husband, Frank, and grandchildren, Lewis Frank, and Lisa; daughter. Louise Martinson, husband, Larry, and grandchildren. Joni Leanne. and Paul; daughter, Joan Percich; daughter, Donna Sinclair, husband, Michael, and grandchildren. Dean and Nell; also 1 brother. John Cosulich: and 2 sisters, Mrs. Nettie Stokes, and Mrs. Rena fcstman. Kev. k h. G. Llppingwell will officiate at the funeral service on Wednesday. May 17, at 11 a.m. in the chapel of the DELTA FUNERAL HOME, 5329 Ladner Trunk Road. Interment Boundary Bav Cemetery. Flowers gratefully declined. Dona tions appreciates to me b.i. cancer Foundation. Arrangements witn s. Leonard Haier & Associates. REIIl On May 12. 1972. Mrs. Millicent Reid. of 1410 Henfrevv St.. aged SI years. Survived by 1 luehter. Beaulah. Vancouver. her son-in-law. James Curr. of Kurnalfy: 2 sisters In the state of Washington: 1 grandson and 1 nephew in Californ a. Service from the chapel of the Mount Pleasant runerai uireciors. rvingsway at 11th Ave., on Wednesday, May 17, at 10 a.m. Interment family plot. Mountain View Cemetery. Rev. Cecil Savage officiating. RENSHAW Passed away Mav 15. 1972. Helen Renshavv. 2588 Graveley St., in her 73rd year. Survived by her husband, Arthur; 1 son, Arthur, in Vancouver; 3 daughters, Mrs. R. Rasmus-sen. Ladysmith, B.C., Mrs. M. Kol-hus and Mrs. V. Colliar, in Burnaby; 1 sister; 2 brothers in Scotland; 11 grandchildren. Funeral service Friday. May 19 at 1 p.m. in the Glenhaven Memorial Chap el. 1235 E. Hastings St. Rev. R. H. Oldfield officiating. Cremation. Flowers gratefully declined, please send donations to the B.C. Heart Foundation. RONNEV Passed away suddenly May 13, 1972, Pearl Victoria, beloved wife of James Alexander Ronney, 3318 Viewmont Dr., Port Moody, in ner bbtn year. Also surviving 1 son Greg. Edmonds, Wash.: 1 daughter Mrs. R. (June) Anderson, Aldergrove; 5 grandchildren; 1 brother; 3 sisters; nieces and nephews. Funeral service Wednesday. Mav 17 at 1 p.m. In the Chapel of Forest Lawn Funeral Directors. Royal Oak Ave. at Canada Way. Rev. Dennis Morgan officiating. Interment In the family plot. Forest Lawn Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, remembrances to the B.C. Heart Foundation, 1881 West Broadway, would be appreciated. SCHMIDT Suddenly on May 14. 19.2, Ambrose A. Schmidt, in his 57th year, of 750 Railway Ave.. Richmond, snrvivprt hv his loving wife Helen: 1 son Frank;, and daughter Helen M. iPati i Richmond; his mother Mrs. Rosal- ' la Schmidt, Vancouver; 2 brothers, i Leo and John. Richmond; 2 its- ' ters. Mrs. Peter I.Mary) Bach. : Vancouver. Mrs. Charles (Rose.; nallis. Richmond. A late member of st. Pauls Men s Society and of IfAWU Shore Workers lcal at I ."-ieves.ion, n.c I'rayers Tuesday Mav 16 at 7.30 p.m. In the Chapel of Richmond Funeral Home. 842 Camtue Hd.. Richmond. Requiem Mass Wednesday May 17 at Hi a.m. in St. Pauls Catholic Church. 823 St. Albans Rd.. Richmond, Rev. N. V. farrtaan cele-brant. Interment Ocean View- Burl-a! Park, RICHMOND FUNERAL HOME Directors. T. EDWARDS CO. Plor.eer Funeral Directors NEW LOCATION 10f)3W. J3roadway 7.38-3181 BURRARD CHAPEL Traditional Funeral Service Cremation Service Memorial service Minimum oe.-vice 9SS-1717 SMITH At the Vancouver General Horilal on Saturday, Mount Pleasant Chapel Klngsway at 11th Ave. E76-2I61 Hamilton Mortuary 38th Ave.andKraser FA 5-3311 ROS ELAWN CH AP EL Broadway-Commerrtal ;r74-1314 FIRST MEMORIAL SERVICES Undertakers for the Memorial Society of B.C. 9H7JTJ23 HOLLYBURN FUNERAL HOME D. E. M KLNZIE 18Q7 Marine Dr.W. V. ?221221 S. Boweli A Sons 219 Sixth St.. New vVest. 522-1671 Cjovertlale 5744V33 Richmond Funeral Hume 842 Cambie Rd.. Rlchn'd. 273-37-18 Ho Full grown pup, looks like Lao A Springer, black & white, black A white speckled legs. Sat eve, Ust bet. Camoie-Oak. 32fj-l,H. Sunday. May 14, 1 pr. wire rlm- meu untea glasses in gmnze-gom ' ( :e.n g, case at English Bay nr. bearh Demr. cbangmg house. 731-13"7. Brand new hub cap off Ford 43,72. Serial No. C9AA1130A. vie. W. 16th bet. Quebec A Ontario. 874-7734 Ma mav be cross. bro n. brown collar, black Male Poodle cross: male spaniel crosi, Surrey licence 1971-2'i3; mine Terrier cross; maie Pom. cross Chihuahua: male Coii.e. cross: m.iie Golden Lao rrosi: fern Maite.se cress; maie Spaniel cross; m.ue Li.b; fern. Terrier cross Poouie: fern. Pom.. 4100 Francis St.. N. Bby. For further info, please cotu.ict Coc,. SPC . 1414 Pipeline Ru . V,2-S-I70. Male German short hair polr.ter purebred liver i, v. hue, 8 n-.nr..,.; found 1300 blk. Kmjsvay. male Spaniel cross Lab. Biack i while chest. 1 yr. old. found 6c,00 bik. Napier, male Lover cross, tan. very old In 200 bik. E. is. female beagle cross black & tan. 6 or 7 mons. old. 300 bik. I-.. 26. Contact Vancouver SPC A Animal shelter. 1205 E.7th Ave- 87y-2$4H. .Male pom cross cocker, blond" SR)t Turn.-r I'luc.', male Gcrui;,,i Shenherd. cross, hrown, wea-lc ieaiher collar. HrowneM & Brow n .'.u.. Hi, hnvnil i- Delia sPCA M-ciler. 121)7 No J Rd.. 277,2 12. Male sanioyi-d. 7i No. 4 Iid.7 maie spaniel cross collie bion i Lino Farrell Ave.. Richmond it-Delta SIV.Y Shelter, 1207 No. j Rd.277-e212. lllil: :e,':i!i il.iil lirou;l (,!'i7-- .''.!' fs'm:i!. er,,ss betneen Cl'--;"..:. terrier. 'ie Trafalgar I''--'' A '' -66-'1 1." Young Poudlc No" licence. tTT Mary ilili nr. Western Dr. S12-7104. pup. apprnx. 4 mos. old. German Shepherd A Collie Fraser 4 23rd. 87!-59!W). Medium sie black Terrier type. .4th and Fraser. Kearney Funeral Counsellors 109. West Broadway 736-0268 has choke chain 7l- 74.7.3. Silver rimmed Dunbar A 7th Ave. 228-MtiHS. Nr 6 and Macdonald. golden brown dog. Pom. bifocal glasses, 732-(iy57. ' t, 11 Sun. oulslde Kiux High school. Barclay at isl-0?l31 aft. 6. fale s;,nioyed .1-9 r-.os. old v Annacis island. 271-3'j3u, Gs2-.0s', local J 152 Tam blue inuU'ie v .,f rj. son nr. Uurrard. 733-W72 afl. -1 P m. uteli. Found Fr-. Nanaimo. Please after S Small type. 733-11307 Man's gold wedding band, downtown area. Name A date lr-side. 688-53' "Vj-ves i.aciy's watch, Cornwall & Maple. Owner pleass Identify. 732-34o7 aft;6 p.m. Female Great Dane. 2'-.' huh, about 14 j rs. old. 291-7055, vie. H as t :) :J g s AM a d Ison. Pair of men s prescription sun at Kits Beach. Len. glasses 73S.42H7. NUNN A THOMSON LID. 2559 Cambie S7n-33S8 26 10ST iraret Flipn smun or 11a 2H3 K. 14th Ave, formerly of Winnipeg, aged K9 years. Predeceased by her husband, Edward W. and daughters Betty, Aiia and Josephine. Survived by her son. Kenneth A.. Sur- .ouver: ' Irene Ouerv w.nninSS: . Reward, male 4 mos. gulden Li la Votlendorf 1 ethhriitt-o- is :, L..'. M P!1 n.at..PlL. .'? t. 10 granil- B A W cat with r.o tail. Sap-perton area, N. West. Reward, i n. 321-93117. Nmd. London. England children; 16 great-grandchildren; 6 great-great-grandchildren. Funeral service In the chapel of Mount Pleasant Funeral Directors, Kingsway at 11th Ave., on Wednesday. May 17, at 1 p m., Rev. W. Hillary officiating Interment Forest Lawn Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers donations to the B.C. Heart Foundation gratefully appreciated. TURNRULL On May 13. 1!72, George Trunbull. of 894 Bute St., Vancouver, aged 84 years. Survived by 1 son. Leonard, New Westminster; 2 daughters, Mrs. F. i.uiriami .viuiier, 1'ort coquitlam; Mrs. J (Thelmai Cutler, Vancouver: 5 grandchildren: and 5 great-grandchildren. Funeral ser- 1 e Thursday. May Is. at 3 P.m. in the CHAPF.L OF CHIMES. Harron Bros. Ltd., on loth Ave.. 2 blocks off Main St.. Rev. H. Lennox. DD, officiating. Interment Mountain View Cemetery. 7th & Alder. 1205 W. 7th aft. 4.30. White Samoyed pup. fern., 2 mos. old. Basset hound, male, S. Bby. Reward. 435-9M. Pr. of gold vvtre rim glasses lost Crescent Beach, Sat. .May 13. 936- 4093. Add to your Income. A Sun Want Ad will help rind a tenant for trial extra room. 7J2-203-1. Blue budeie band No. FR275.2S 2.V-91 IS. small kitten, Plaa Shopping cabin No. 9.' ".Male kitten. night. 23th A vie. -Centre. - Newton 594-9010. 2.th He Kings way. Identify. 876-2592. 3 mo. old. Sat., Owner please Female black and tan German shepherd, vie w. 29th and Camo-sun. 224-39)3, S'oung black male cat. part-Siamese. Vic. 28th A Dunbar. 731-811311. 4368 Collingwnod. Lady's v. nst VP-. ,asl!n-s X- men 11 ry 2.i3 s '. !-0-s:-,l. luKe. ovM.er cum luce same by Ideulifyii-.i. 322-8O30 aft. 4P.ill. "il; Piescnpi iiiti glasses, v ery , .ITTr Is 7 found on 241 h Ave. between Ontario A Mam -t. s7il-'l.")ic Blanket in Cuilusl.ake.'May ; 1. Delta Glove No. .11, l.l.i-otjo Male poodle-S, utt le cross, v le. v! 6th A 17th. Burnaby. '2Wl-9AoH Black LiiU cross vie ('upii.oi JIlIl-HastJngs jirea.2Hl-o991. Lady's gold vsatcn, 33rd A Fraser. .325-331 1. cemetery. Male budirle, -1st ,si Moodi'. Van. 988-6929. set of keys, fuund on public ti nis courts. 14th abd K!r. 73H-2? Male Doherman 378il I'll. seller pcii;, German Shepherd, female, about 5-7 mo, Vtc. Commercial A Parker. 233-7428. Man's brown leather wallet, vie. 1st A Balsam. 732-9S3S. Owner Identify. Blue banded 1: 'h. 7:-7i;i Small black fr e ndlv. 2"'Mi n-. Pr. sunglasses 73 1 -OQ44. Nr. Argyle S.-ho.-' glove A a lackel. 1" dg.e. -,-d A Yew female ,d 1 ranv Kltsilano bea l-i:.;2. 11 Spayed female Sheltie. sable A wnue lonee , revvara. i'J4-ijj. , VIC 12 CARDS OF THANKS We wish to thank our relatives, friends, neighbours, the management and staff of Conlrax Glass and Metals Ltd. Also all former employers and fellow workers for their kindness and sympathy, and for the beautiful floral tributes, received by us during the loss of our loving husband and father. Special thanks to Reverend Allan Dixon, and the doctors and nurses of East 9, Vancouver General Hospital. Betty Dustan and family. 16 IN MEMORIAM EENARD In loving memory of our beloved son and .brother. Guy Paul, who passed away May 10. 1969. Love's greatest gift Remembrance Forever loved and remembered by dad, mom, Joel, Suzanne, Dee Ann and ware. CORRECTION GRAHAM In loving memory of our dear mother and father. also our late sister-in-law. Mada line iind our wpp son. Ronnie. Ever remembered by Ada and Wilf and family. MULHOLLAND In loving memory of James and Christian, who passed away December 2. I960 and May 16, 1971. "Wonderful memories to cherish forever." Alwavs remembered bv their daughter, Betty and grandchil dren, Airren. uapnne ana cren ton, Steveston, B.C. Gray A white fern, kitten, I3tn & siocan. 43.3-3219. Brown black ttrloed male cat: Sperling & Winch, 21-8-7827. Lady's watch, Prince of Wales y? -1 J33-A2M a ft .jj. 2 Siamese cats, male A fern. Co-q u It . Ra nch Park area. 942-7913. Red snakeskin wallet containing money. Reward. 926-4754. Pale blue hudgy, red tag. Ladner area. 91'i-7s7! Male black kitten. West End. Reward. 6SS-938Q. 8-4 p.m. Black wallet vie Brdwy. & Clarke. 874-Q6H3. reward: Man's wallet. Kits beach area Reward. Lonct in. S-4481 9-5 P.m. Black Lab. no collar, answers to Fleck . Reward. 233-4 29L Calico cat. near Royal Oak A Rumble. 433-581(1. Silver key ring, sentimental value. Please ph. 876-192.3. Lost black cat, 1 yr. old, 16th A Heather. Ph. 874-1726. House key on blue medallion. l'Ms-t4IH Watch, 731-7272. on Sat. morning, call 71 lie, Jericho Vic. Miniature collie. Park dist. 224 -32". Found 1 licence plate, Guildford Shopping. 58-4789 Male black Lab. approx. 4 mos. Fd 1 th Cave ll.Sc hooL 876-6932. Orange "A white'klUen: vie. 13th Camosun. 22h-83s3. 5 keys on chain: vie. 1700 blk. William St., 25.1-9W1. 30 COMING EVENTS "DANCE NITELY For unattached peop.e 1 2 Bar, la Koom., CONTINUOUS ENTER IAlN.Mi.NT 7 p.m. -2 a.m. Arlington Cabaret & Mini Room 1236 W. Broadway 733-222') ALANO BINGO Every Tues. 1313 Granvibe sr a Drake. (Elks No. 1 Lodaei. Var y b,rd game 7:3u p.m. Regular bingo 8 p.m. Last game minimum TOOo Budgie, vie. Arbutus and Cornwall. 73H-W60 after 5. Female Maltese. Rupert area 134 -6951 after 6:30 p.m. Set of tuning forks in case. Ph. 298-2173. Found. Spanish - American medal. 263-3972. war Blue hudtrle. vie. 1st Aver Jk Renfrew. 233-7-133. 1 wk. aim. nalr brown rimmed gl a ssesj n Sta nley Pa r k 253-31 ita pair or glasses found Central Park. Owner Identify. 988-3310. Motorcycle helmet. 327.0741 Yng. b,ack cat with white plas tic collar. Pt. Roberts. 433-5603. Mans watch vie. 10th A Cour tenay. 224-4196. Nasaika Lodge Bingo Every Wed. 3330 Fraser St. ne;,r 41st. Early bird game 7.30. regula-hmgo H. Good ne.hoor gmcs Last weeks Jackpot $ Ui'. CALYPSO STEELBAND DANTE. Fri. May 19. Legion Aud. 1 l,:or 1 Gate Hall) Trafalgar ttli. Muse by Trinidad Mo,.n'lzhters Sleci-band. 939-7108, K74-36d. Bingo - $300 Jackpot Every X'ed. St. Johns. Shaughnejsv 8 p. m. Gr'vll e at N art t onj. ifA ve.i DANCE cfflTl. S2 PER WEEK Private lessons no contracts Bab.'sh Dunce studio 2431 Granville St. 736-1070 To get dally attention rcr vour buslncss service use Sun Wai.t Ads. 7X.?033. Amherst L ui;s Bingo now- at Sportsmar.s Hall. 1333 S.W. Ma-rine. 8 p.m. Mondays. Continued on next page SUN CLASSIFIED AD INDEX ALL CLASSIFICATIONS ARE M 'MliHRED AND APPEAR IN WMERK'AI, ORDER IN THE CLISslFIED I'AGKs TO BUY TO SELL TO EXCHANGE ANYTHING! the Marketplace Where Make Your Offer in EVERY DAY IS BARGAIN DAY SUN WANT ADS 732-2033 ANNOUNCEMENTS Births 2 Business Personals 42 Cards of Thanks 12 Catering 32 Cemettnes 72 Coming Events 30 Crematoriums Deaths 8 Engagements 4 Flonsts 2i Found 27 Funeral Directors 18 Funeral Notices 10 Halls for Rent 34 Information Wonted ....... 36 In Memoriom, 16 Letters of Appreciation .... 14 Lodge Notices .. 28 Lost 26 Marriages 6 Monumental Works ?0 Personol 40 Travel Opportunities 44 EMPLOYMENT Agencies Wonted 69 Educational 74. EMPLOYMENT WANTED Men 70 Men-Women 71 Women 72 Bahy-Sitting, Child Care . . 73 HELP WANTED Men 50 Salesmen, Agents 52 Personal Testing, Resumes 54 Men-Women ........... 56 Women 58 Employment Agencies ... 60 Domestic Help 62 Salesladies, Agents 64 Investment Positions ..... 66 Teachers Available ...... 67 Teachers Wanted 68 BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL Bulldozing, Trucking ....... 94 Carpenters, Contracted .... 96 Cement, Asphalt, Brick .... 98 Electricians 100 Floor Surfacing ........... 102 Gardening 112 Health Services 84 Home & Business Services , . 90 Hospitals, Private ..,...., 86 Home Modernization 92 Music, Art, Dancing ....... 80 Painters, Decorators . 110 Plastering, Stuccoing. ... . . 104 Plumbing, Heating 1 06 Professional Services 82 Rest Homes 88 Roofing, Chimneys, etc. . 1 08 MERCHANDISE FOR SALE Antiques 40 Bicycles 164 Boat, Morine Supplies ...... 190 Sailboats 19 Boots, Commercial 19? Books. Coins, Stomps 168 Building Materials 1 28 Cameros, Photo Finishing , . 162 Clothing, Furs, Shoes 166 Cool 124 Do-It-Yourself 130 Dryers 148 'Form Implements 184 Freezers ISO Fruits, Vegetables, Meats " 152 Fur-Bearing Animals 1 78 Furniture 138 Hmjiiiig T7o Lighting Plants 188 Livestock 182 Machinery 186 Meats 152 Miscellaneous For Sale 1 70 Miscellaneous Wanted 1 74 Mo tore ycles 165 Musical Instruments.. 1 54 Office Equipment ......... 1 34 Pet Stock 16 Poultry & Supplies 1 80 Radio, Stereo, Hi-Fi 1 57 Ranges Service 146 Refrigerators, Freezers 1 50 Sawdust 12? Sewing Machines 142 Snowmobiles 1 60 Sporting Goods 1 60 Stamps, Coins 1 68 Store Equipment 1 32 Swap 12 Television 156 TV, Radio, Hi-Fi Repairs ... 1 58 Typewriters 136 Vacuum Cleaners , 1 44 Vegetables 152 Woshers. Dryers 1 48 Wood & Pressed Wood 1 20 RENTALS Board & Room 255 Board & Room Wonted .... 260 Duplexes For Rent 235 Furniture For Rent 199 Garages Parking 270 Hotels 262 Houses, Furnished 225 Houses, Unfurnished ...... 230 Motels & Hotels 262 Moving & Storage 272 Offices, Stores, Warehouses 274 Rooms, Housekeeping 245 Rooms, Sleeping 240 Rooms, Unfurnished 250 Suites, Furnished 200 Shored Accommodation ... 215 Suites Unfurnished . 210 Wonted To Rent 276 Jo 5 269 vACATiON SPOTS.. Sumner Cottages . . Cu"iD., For Boy s, G-r REAL ESTATE Suite Fo' Sol. Home Building Lofj Houm Wonted To Build ... Houses Wonted To tiuy . ... ?&0 Listings Wonted -88 Revenue Houses Wonted . . . 26 HOUSES FOR SALE City Homes .'100 Duplexes, Revenue ...... 3 ' 0 Burnaby j?0 Nlorth Yr-.r-.r. '. West Voncouver , j J Richmond 3 Lodner Delta 33 North Delto 33'J-A Tsawwassen 336 New Westminster 337 Coquitlom & District 338 Honey, Maple Ridge J4u Surrey , J4 White Rock A District ... . J44 Longley, Aldergrove ..... 346 Okanogan 348 Other Cities 350 Apartment Property J6?. Coast & Gulf Island ...... . 3bS Commercial Property , 364 Country Homes, Acreage . 35.' Farms & Ranches ......... 354 Industrial Property .,1 J6& Mining Property ........... 374 Property For Exchange ..... 363 Property For Sale 35 Property Wanted .......... 370 Recreational Property ...... 36' Timber & Mills Li 72 Vancouver Island Property 356 Waterfrontoae 360 Business Opportunities 330 Money For Mortgages 384 Money To Loan ........... 382 Money Wonted 383. Morigoges For Saie ........ 386 AUTOMOTIVE Aircraft 20 Automotive For Sole 400 Auto Parti & Service 410 Insurance 39 Lend-Leose U-O.ve ..... 40 Mobile Homes 3VJ New Cor Dealer! 396 Sports, Imported Cors 40 Trailers, Campers 393 Trucks, Buses 390 Wonted Cors, Trucks 34

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