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The Vancouver Sun from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada • 49

The Vancouver Suni
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
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MONDAY TO FRIDAY 8:30 to 9 P.M. (Ads for Saturday accepted up to 6 pm) Counter Service (or ad placement and box reply 8 30 A.M. to 4 30 P.M. heSun 2250 GRANVILLE VANCOUVER, V6H3G2 13 T-iea CALL 736-2211 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5. 1985 1 7 DEATHS DEATHS 8 CLASSIFICATION INDEX ALL CLASSIFICATIONS ARE NUMBERED AND APPEAR IN NUMERICAL ORDER IN THE CLASSIFIED PAGES BIRTHS To insert a Birth.

En-gagement, Marriage or Anniversary notice, phone Betty Clarke. 732-2439 or 732-2408 weekdays 8 30 a to 4 30 p.m. THE SUN Western Canada iMdfrto Newspaper Published avery weekday by Vanoouver Newspapers Limned under agreement with Pacific Press ltd, 22S0 Granville S1.V6H3Q2, 732-2111 denote those under write "Penny Ads" miy te eligible to tppeu. providing they Xtusmcaoons marked with an asterisk met certain tjualttcatJons, Penny ads are be under $3000) must appear in advertisement, The otter Is tor B.C. residents only.

CIRCULATION DISTRIBUTORS Vanoouver 22S0Oramtfle 7362281 Cache Creek JtmCurrie Box 752 Cache Creek 457-9296 Campbell River Margaret Nngsnortfl Box 704 Campbell River 287-4534 or2M727 CastJegar Bounbeng Xayssomprou 502- 4th Street 3654545 Crsnorook Evine Jerome OBox451 426-5722 Creston Walter K. Perry Box792Creston 426-2390 Dawson Creek Gorton Toms 509 97 A Ave. 782-3409 Duncan T.0. Frankenfleld 16ftVaneyvtewCrse, 740-1321 Elktord Karen A Rood Boi 785, FJktord, B.C. 865-7220 Fertile MBothsmley Box 514, Crsnorook, B.C.

VIC 4J1 429-3247 Fort St. John Joieen Brandt 10406-106th Ave, Ganges Jtmra McCoTi RR.No.t 937-5320 Golden Joe McDonald 80X1186 3446274 Grand Forks Charlie VaabwH R.R.No.1 442-3990 merchandise ottered price of artwe (to Ctiilltwack a District 248 Okanagan 249 Other Cities 250 Apartment Properly 263 Business Opportunities 280 Business Wanted 281 Commercial a Ind Prop. 264 Country Homes. Acreage 252 Farms Ranches 254 Floating Homes For Sale 198 Gulf Islands 258 Home Building Lots 194 Home Buyers and Sellers' Service 195 Houses Wanted To Bulk) 192 Houses Wanted To Buy 165 Industnal Properly 264 Investmentslax Shelters 275 Listings Wanted 188 Mining Property 266 Mobile Homes 196 Modular Homes 197 Money For Mortgages 284 Money To Loan 282 Money Wanted 266 Mortgages For Sale 286 Offices, Stores to Rent 374 Property For Exchange 268 Property For Sale 251 Property Management 299 Property Wanted 270 Recreational Property 261 Resort Properties Out Of Province 262 Revenue Houses Wanted. 186 Real Estate Wanted 187 Suites.

Townhouses, Condominiums For Sale 199 Sunshine Coast 257 Timber a Mills 265 Van. Island Property 256 Warehouses, Factories, Commercial to Rent 375 Waterfront 260 AUTOMOTIVE Aircraft 420 Auto Financing 395 Auto Parts a Service 410 Automobiles For Sale 400 Car, Truck Lease-Rent 407 Cars, Trucks Wanted 394 Classic, Antique a Vintage Cars 400 Heavy Trucks Buses 412 Truckers Exchange 413 Insurance 399 New Car Dealers 396 New Car Protection 393 Sports, Imported Cart 405 Trailers, Campers 437 Trucks 411 RECREATION Boats For Charter 429 Boats, Manne Supplies 427 Commercial Boats 430 Motorcycles 435 Recreational Rentals 438 Sailboats 428 Snowmobiles 436 Trailers. Campers, Motor Homes 437 Auctions Liquidations. Legale 440 441 445 CLASSIFIED OPEN RATES AH rales per agate kne. Mntmum space 2 knee of type.

Consecutive insertions without copy changes, Thurs. FrIJSst. SOtimee 1189 7ormoretJmes $192 6 times $2 02 5 times $2 02 4 times $202 Semes $2.70 2tims $270 $797 1 erne $270 $297 2-day ads ordered to Include Friday or Saturday charged at $2.84 per Kne. Advemsementa ordered for several kiaersone and prematurely cancelled take appropriate rate. VITAL STATISTICS Births, Engagements, Marriages.

In Mernonams, Cards of Thanks, etc. Mon to Ferine Thurs. FrtSat. Kr insertion $1.70 $1.69 )TE. Minimum 10 Ikies.

DEATH NOTICES Per Brie Thurs. Frt.rfjet. perlnsemon $237 $263 AdvertOOtsements two Inches and over depth are charged by the agate kne. There are 14 agate tnea to the men LEGAL NOTICES Rates on request. 736-2657.

BOX SERVICE CHARGE rer order including mam wing 114.00 Phone 736-2211 CIRCULATION INQUIRIES 736-2281 Phone Monday thru Saturday 8:00 am. to 8:45 p.m. Sunday only 8:00 a to 1:30 p.m. Counter Service Monday thru Friday 830 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING 736-2211 Phone Monday thru Friday 8 30 am. to 9 00 p.m. Counter Service 8:30 a m. to 4:30 p.m. Offices closed Saturday and Sunday DISPLAY ADVERTISING Retail 732-2690 General 732-2513 Phone Monday thru Friday 8:30 a m.

to 5 00 p.m. Offices closed Saturday and Sunday EDITORIAL Night Phone after 9 00 p.m. Night City Editor 732-2445 ADVERTISING RULES AND REGULATIONS The Sun reserves the right to classify ads under appropriate headings and to set rates there-lore and to determine page location. Trie 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. Box Replies on "Hold" Instructions not picked up within 10 days of expiry of an advertisement will be destroyed unless mailing Instructions are received.

Those answering Box numbers are requested not to send originals of documents to avoid loss. All claims of errors In advertisements must be received by the publisher within 30 days after the first publication. It Is agreed by the advertiser requesting space that the liability ot the Sun (Division of Pacific Press Ltd in the event ol failure to publish an advertisement or in the event of an error appeanng In the edverllsement as published shall be limited to Ihe amount paid by the advertiser tor only one Incorrect Insertion tor 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 such advertisement. Effective August 1, 1982 Interest will be charged on overdue accounts at the rate of 1Vi compounded monthly (annual rate 19.56). SUBSCRIPTION RATES When normal carrier service is maintained; on the Lower Mainland $7.00 per month.

Paid-ln-Olflce: 3 months $21.00, 6 months $40.00. 1 year $78 00. Home delivery Friday Only 60 cents per copy. Ssturday Only 60 centa per copy. Outside Lower Mainland $7.00 per month; Paid-in-Ortice 3 months $21 .00, 6 months $40.

1 year $76. Home delivery Friday Only 75e per copy. Saturday Only 75c per copy. Higher ratea may be in ettect In areas where air freight or higher transportation cost prevail. By Surf see mail Daily Canada, $9 00 per month, $26 50 per 3 months, $102.00 per year.

Outside Canada. $38.50 per month, $445 00 per year. Saturday Only Canada. $10 SO per three months, $41 00 per year. Outside Canada.

$30 00 per three months, $120 00 per year. Authorized as second class mall. Post Office Department, Ottawa. Member Audit Bureau ot Circulations, Circulation Department. 736-2281, Inoucdiousc -TchSr'cnTll'S 3 82 Hope Box 442 Houston Box4t6 Joan Dais 869-2132 Linda Godd 645-2355 Kairaoops Wendy Snaith No 207 277 Arrowstone Drive V2E1P8 372-8624 North kamloops Rrjdrwy Thompson 620 71 56 Trsns Canada Highway, 573-5987 Kelowna Mr.

Peter Ede 1410 PorvJerosa Road 860-445701769-3050 Kjmbertey W. Edward Lundean 545 Mark St 427-4779 Krimat CMHuygens 535 Oty Centre 632-6209 Ladsmith DannyBavley 310 High St. 245-4662 LHIooet Margaret louse Craig 256-7169 Logan Lake Maurice Hepprer Box 78. Lower Nicola, BC. V0K1Y0 376-2171 R.R.1.SiteS.Comp.17 Mem, B.C.

V0K2B0 376-6385 Nanaimo Mr Don Hagen 641 St. Andrews St. 753-3634 Nelson Ken McDonald 515 7th St 352-7062 NewHueiton Annie Peterson Wnnch Memorial Hosp. 842-5472 100 Mile House. B.C.

Jrjtm Springes. BoxllT.LacLaHactie.B.C. V0K1T0 3964159 Parkjviiie-Qualicum Mr.PhHLevtrs 7244433 PentJcton Klaus Sturre 428MainStreet 4934272 PortAlbsml MtPMLeviri 4027 Cedar St 7240433 PortHirdy PllFeoha Box 228, Pod Hardy, B.C. VON 2P0 949-9899 Powell River babsfPeren 574 Golden St 465-2009 PnnosGeorge Mrs. Bobble Red 2813 Pine St 562-7754 Pnnce Rupert MrtNonsWallen Box 764 6244047 PtlncotoA Msnsttt Mfflwi Box 1247 2956639 Quesnel George Peterson 6dx4.BuicksSM 992-9159 Revesjtoxe Mn Maryrjeruscri 320 East 9th St E.

837-4368 Salmon Arm Roaakne Janear 3571LakesfioraRd. 832-3622 Sander GayeHenry 60x82 637-2212 Smhers Sharon Frank Brjx65SVOJ2N0 847-5411 Terrace ArmefaMcllrwylo 2 Cooper River Rd. 635-5366 Trail Thomas J. Hughes 2805 5th Ave. 365-2444 Vernon JoanO Red I.

Bennett Roed 7634512 Victoria Store Sales Doug Parker S345HarnsterleyRd. 658-1524 after 6 Victoria BC. Home Dal. 203A9l9Fort Street 391-3616 Wetj VresLhmcjtone 750CaxananSl OuesnaiV2J2V8 99224X WkanaLaxe DonMUer 701 Western Ave. JSe-TUtt Baya johns J7 1 Quebec a -nlJohn frfprjc: for private parties norvoommerclal).

When MERCHANDISE FORSALE Antiques a Art 140 Bicycles 159 Billiard Tables 161 Books, Coins. Stamps 168 Building Materials 128 Cameras, Photo Fin. 162 Clothing, Furs, Jewelry 166 Computer Sales, Leasing, Service 158 Do-tt-Yourself 130 Fabrics a Yama 143 Farm Implements 182 Food Products: Fruits, Vegetables, Meats 152 Furniture 138 Garage Sales 173 Gardening 112 Gift Suggestions 171 Heating Fuels 124 Heating, Fireplaces, Solar Energy 126 Hobbies a crafts 169 Home Appliances, Serv. 150 Lighting Plants a Pumps 184 Livestock a Supplies 181 Machinery 163 Miscellaneous For Sale 1 70 Miscellaneous Wanted 174 Musical Instruments 1 54 Office Fum. a Equip 134 Pet Services 177 Pet Stock 176 Poultry a Supplies 160 Sewing Mach a Service 142 Sporting Goods 160 Store, Restaursnt 6 Bar Equipment 132 Swap 172 TV, Radio.

Stereo Sales a Service 156 Typewriters 136 Video Equipment Sales and Rentals 157 RENTALS Bed 4 Breakfast 43 Board 1 Room 355 BoanJ a Room Wanted 360 Duplexes For Rent 335 Furniture For Rent 141 Garages, Parking 370 Houses, Furnished 325 Houses, Unfurnished Vancouver East Side 326 Vancouver West Side 327 North 4 VVest Vancouver 328 Bumaby. New West. 329 Coquitlam, Pt. Moody 330 Richmond 331 Ladner, Delta, Tsawwn. 332 Surrey.

Langley, N. Delta, Fraser Valley 333 OtherAreas 334 Motels a Hotels 362 Moving a Storage 372 Offices, Stores 374 Rental Agencies 336 Retirement Homes 354 Rooms, Housekeeping 345 Rooms, Sleeping 340 Rooms, Unfurnished 350 Shared Accommodation 315 Stored Accommodation Services 318 Suites, Furnished 300 Suites, Unfurnished Vancouver East Side 301 Vancouver West Side 302 West End 303 North a West Vancouver 304 Bumaby 305 New Westminster 306 Coquitlam, Port Moody 307 Richmond 306 Ladner, Delta, Tsawwn. 309 Urrtum. Suites to Rent 310 Surrey, North Delta 311 Maple Ridge. Mission 312 Unglev.Abbotstord....

313 Wanted To Rent 337 Warehouses. Factories, Commercial to Rent 375 REALESTATE HOUSES FOR SALE CityHomes 200 Duplexes. Revenue 210 Bumaby 220 North Vancouver 224 West Vancouver 226 Bowon Island 227 Squamtsh 228 Richmond 233 Ladner, Delta 234 Tsawwassen 236 New Westminster 237 Coquitlam a District 238 Haney, Maple Ridge 239 Mission a District 240 North Delta 241 Surrey 242 White Rock a 244 Langley, Aide rg rove 248 Abbotaford a District 247 Chllcotln, Cariboo: Lows 8 to 10. Thursday: cloudy with sunny periods, a lew showers. Chance of an afternoon thundershower.

Highs 20 to 22 Probability of prectprtation 30 percent. Central Interior: Lows 7 to 9. Thursday: cloudy with sunny periods, I lew showers. Chance ol an aflsmoon thundershower. Highs 18 to 20 Probability of preoprtation 30 percent.

Fort St. John: Lows near 5. Thursday: afternoon cloudiness with scattered showers. Highs near 23. Probability ot precipitation 30 pel Cent.

Fort Nelson: Lows near 7. Thursday: mostly sunny. Highs near 20. Probability ot precipitation 20 pal cent. CANADIAN FORECASTS Alberta: Sunny and warm In north.

Highs near 22 A tew clouds central regions. Highs in upptr teens. Thunderthowert south. Highs near 20. Saskatchewan: Mainly sunny.

Highi Irorn 18 in north to 23 in south Manitoba: Mostly tunny. Highs near 20 except 15 extreme north. Ontario: Sunny in northwest. Mostly cloudy elsewhere, with scattered showers Highs from 22 in south to 12to 18 north. Quebec; Sunny in east Cloudy with chance ol showers in west, Highs from to to 15 in east to 15 10 18 west.

Msrttlmet: Mostly sunny. Huts) 16 to 22. Newfoundland: Clearing in west. Scattered showers in east Highs 12 to 18 except near 10 a cog northern peninsula. MARINE FORECAST Georgia Strait: Winds light, oc- Cesronalty northwest 15 knots Strait ot Juan dt Fuca: Small craft warning Winds west 15 10 20 knots, shifting to east 20 knots a rkghl.

Outlook tor 24 hours beyond I a m. Thursday: Winds variable, hgm to moderate OBSERVtO TIMPIRATURU CANADA DEATHS JUNG Jack, on June 3. 1985 He is survived by his lovina family, wife. Esteile. daugh ter, Kathy; sons.

Russell; Michael. Steven; and Christopher; his mother; sister. Lucy, broth ers. Dong, end Kwong; ana many nieces and nephews In lieu of flowers, donations to the Kidney Foundation would be aporeciated Arranoements through Firat Memorial Ser vices. KING Alfred John (Jack), of Courtenav.

BC. aged B1 years, passed away in Saint Joseph's Hospital. ComoK, on June 3, 1 985 Born in Liverpool. England, he came toCanada in 1906 and lived in the Burnaby till 1975, then moved to Miracle Beach, and later to Courtenay. in 1983 Sadly missed by his loving wile, Mary; daughtera.

Mrs. Norma Clayton, ana nua-band Amby. of Coquitlam; Mra Audrey Haughn, and husband Tom, of Comox: 1 brother. Stan King, of White Rock; 2 sisters. Mrs Mime Haines, of Vancouver; Mrs Kaye Smith, of Burnaby, BC 5 grandchildren: 2 great-grandchildren Memorial service wm be neio on inurs-day, June 6, 1985.

at2 30p in Saini Georges United Church. Courtenav. Rev. Jim Massey officiating Cremation. In lieu ot flowers, dona tions to a charity of your own choice Arrangements through the Memorial Society of ana f-irst Memorial services LeBLANC Michelle, accidentally on June 2.

1985. beloved daughter ol Ray and Marion LeBlanc: and sister of Gerard Survived also by grand mother. Ann Smith; aunts, Eleanor Watson; and Rene LeBlanc; and Diane Magnusson aunt and uncle, Roseanne and Emile LeBlanc; cousins: and many friends Memorial service to be held on Saturday. June 8. at 1 trom MOUNT PLEASANT FUNERAL CHAPEL, 11lh Ave at Kingsway.

Vancouver Flowers gratefully declined Donations it so desired, may be made to the Canadian Diabetes Association. 1008-1069 Broadway, Vancouver, V6H 2V3. LOUIE In hospital, on June 2, 1985. Charles Basil (Chuck) Louie, aged 60 years, of Mus-queam Survived by 3 sons Charles. John, end Marlon: 5 daughters.

Audrey. Cynthia. Margaret, Lenora. Wanda, and their mother. Bernadette.

also his brother. Ronnie Louie Funeral Mess Thursday. June 6. at 10 am, in Saint Michaels Catholic Church, Musqueam. Rev Father Eason.

celebrant Interment Musqueam Cemetery RICHMOND FUNERAL HOME in care of arrangements. MAGNUSSON On Monday. June 3.1985. Mr Magnus Edward (Eddie) Magnusson. aged 60 years, dt Vancouver, BC, passed away peaceiuiiy after a brief illness He leaves hia daughters, Rose Magnus-son and Karen (Cookie) Bnnie.

his son-m-lew Brian Bmme. his grandchildren. Chad and Bar-bere Bmme. his sister, Louise Anderson of Winnipeg He was by his wife horn Funeral service will be held at 1 on Monday. June 10 in the chepel ol Forest Lawn Mortuary, Canada Way and Royal Oak.

Burnaby. with the Rev. Teylor officiating Interment will follow in Forest Lawn Burial Park Arrangements en-trusted to MOUNT PLEASANT FUNERAL CHAPEL. McNEELY James Roy Suddenly at New Westminster on June 2. 1985 Survived bi his loving mother.

Peggy; 2 brothers. Bud. Tom, and Kevin Sister. Pearl. 2 nephews and 2 nieces end his grandmother rvira connne conneii orven-couver A Service pt Remembrance will be held at 2 Thursday.

June 6 in the chapel VANCOUVER CREMATORIUM. 5505 Frsser (in Mountain View Cemetery), entrance at jam MiLLiDGE Norman at his home Ottawa on Monday June 3. 1985. Norman Mil-lidge. beloved husband ol Joan and fatner ol Esther, brother ol Kenneth and Christopher of England Friends may call Hulse Piaylair Central Chapel.

315 Mcleod Street. Ottawa from 7-9 Tuesday Service in the chapel on Wednesday at 11am Cremation Pmecresl In lieu of flowers, those who wish may contribute to Ihe Heart and Stroke Foundation. MILLER Annie on June 1985. aged 75 years Funera service Monday. June 10 1 1 am at GlENhAvEN MEMORIAL CHAPEL.

1235 East Hast-inga Si Interment Mountain View Cemetery Net 0' kin notify Office of Public Trustee, Vancouver. MOFFAT Mur.ei Van couver. on June 1. 1985 aged 62 years She is survived by ner loving tamify beloved husband Wiif. daughter Manon Jauntts son Meivm Gilbert, 2 grsndchil.

dren. sisters. Irene, Gladys and Marguerite, many other relatives and friends Funeral service to be held on Friday June 7 trom Grece Memorial united Church 803 East 16th Avenue Vancouver. Rev Vai Anoerson otticieting Cremation Flowers graietuiiy declined Donations may be mode to a chanty of one choice MORRISON Passed away on June 3. 1985 MaicoimCraig Morrison, ol Vancouver eged 77 years Survived by his broth, er John and wire Frances Morrison ot Vancouver nephew Duncan and wile Anne niece Anne end husband.

Stephen, grandnieces. end grandne-pnews Service of Remembrance Friday June? at3pm in the CHAPEL OF CHIMIS HARMON BROS LTD 55 10m Ave Vencouver (between ampie Mem St I Hev Stephens officiating Creme-non Should friends deeoo donetions may be tent to The Heert Foundation, 1212W Bioaaway MURAKAMI hospital on June 3 '9H5 TlunokO Muraa-mi aged 9' yee'S A ifinyi nie res-iienl ot Sievesion Sur wed by her loving leniy 3 sons end dougriiB'S in law Ki-yoshl end Fumi AlSuShi and Fumie of Richmond Tsunevuki (Hoy) and Shirley ol Kitchener Ont 2 deugnteis end sons in iew Hatsue and Bob Koiee Hicnmond Mittue and M-yara-n of Toronto, her 16 grandchildren and g-eal giarxJchiidren Funeia' service Thursday June 8 at 7 30 in Stevetton Buddnial Church 4360 Gerry SI Stevetton Graveside Service Friday at 1 0 30 a in Mountain View Cemetery Rev Abe ofiinai. ma RICHMOND FUNLHAl HOME, care ol 1 DEATHS MURRAY Muriel Agnes. aged 90 years, after a lengthy niness. on June 1.

ishjd rreoe-ceased by husband. George Survived by daughter, Wilma Wriggie8worth ot Vancouver; son, Byron and his wife. Ivy of Califomie; also 2 granddaughters end 4 great-grandchildren Family service PACITTO After a lengthy illness. Safvatore (Sam) Pacitto. aged 79 years, of Vancouver Predeceased by his wife Merel-lia and brothers Antonio and Luigi Survrved by a sister Mar- in Cntrmm IIaIu aln aur.

vrved by a niece and a nephew. in Canada. nieces ana 1 nephew, in Italy, and hie close personel Iriend Pearl, in New Westminster Visrtation Irom 4-6 30 Wednesdsy. June 5 al Bell Funeral Home. 2746 East Hastings Street.

Vancouver Requiem Mass at 10 A Thursday. June 6. et Sacred Heart Church. 525 Campbell Avenue. Vancouver.

Rev Father J. Collins. Celebrant. Entombment Forest Lawn Burial Park. Burnaby.

BELL, 253-4554 PATON John I Ramsay, ot East C4jV Delta. C. born August 11. 1899 in Ayr, bcotiana, died Tuesday. June 4.

1985, at Delta. Survived by daughter, Violet and husband, Jim Holyoak of Aider-grove, B.C.; son, lan and wife. Mariorie Paton of Delta. 2 sisters in Everett, Washington; 8 grandchildren; 9 great-grandchildren. Mr Paton farmed in Surrey Langley.

and Delta over lhe past bu years ana was a me member of the B.C. Ayrshire Breeders Association Mr. Paton joined the Masonic Order in Maypole Scotland in 1924 and was a Past Master ol the Ancient Light Lodge. No 88 in Ladner He served as District Deputy Grand Master of the Order in in 1964-65, he was also a Past Worthy Patron ot t-raser Chapter no 3U. Order ot Eastern Star and a member ot St.

Stephen's United Church, East Delta Rev D. MacDonald will of ficiate at the luneral service on Friday, June 7, at 1 1 am in Ladner United Church, 4960 48th Ave Ladner Interment Boundary Bay Cemetery Memorial donations to the Delta Hospital 5800 Mt View Blvd Oelta. would be appreciated Funeral arrangements with tne Delta t-unerai noma 5329 Ladner Trunk Delta. PEDERSEN Jennifer Kris-tine, at home in Richmond, June 1. 1985.

at the age ot 5 years She is survived and loved by her parents. Hans and Heether; her sisters. Lisa and Michelle: beloved niece of Pat ot Richmond; granddaughter of Tom and Irene Medlorth, of Gambier Island; Peder and Ebba Gyldeniund. ol Denmark, great-granddaughter of Carl and Inga Giske. ot Secherl.

plus many more aunts, uncles, cousins; and Iriends, in Denmark. England, and Canada Funeral serivce Thursday. June 6 1985. 1 30 pm in the chapel Ot RICHMOND FUNERAL HOME, 8420 Cambie Rd Richmond Rev. Derek Whit-worth officiating Interment Forest Lawn Memorial Park.

Burnaby Flowers gratefully declined Donations to the Mane A Wish Foundation. 211-811 Beech Ave Vancouver in her memory greatly appreciated PEPLER Stanford passed away June 3. 1985. at Shaugn nessy Hospital late ot Vouviiie Residence Predeceased by his wile Grance Survived by hia sister. Barbara and hus bend.

Maurice in Winnipeg and nieces and nephewa Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at Youviiie Chapel 4950 Heather St Friday. June 7. 10 am Hev Father camp-belt officiating Interment Gar. jena of Gethsemani Flowers gratefully declined Kearney Funeral Services PHILLIPS On June 3 1985. Harold Phillips, of Burna bv.

in his 63rd year Survived by his loving wite. Norah. I sons, iviicnaei ana Bruce daughter. Wendy Danskin brother. Whit, sister Josephine Smitn 2 grandsons Brody and Colin Phillips Memorial service Fnoay.

June 7, at 2 at FOREST LAWN FUNERAL CHAPEL. Royal Oak Avenue at Canada Way. Burnaby (era matron) ROSE On June 3 1985 Georgma Rose of Langley ner rstn year survived oy sis er-in-iaw. Florence Banner- man. niece Jessie Magnusson ana nusoana oarry neon-ewe Brian and Kirk Memorial service Friday, June 7th at 12, noon at the FOREST LAWN FU NtRAL CHAPEL Royal Oak Ave at Canada Way, Bumaby (Cremation) STEWART On Fnday-May 31.

1985 Ethel Joyce S'ewart aged 78 years, ot Burnaby Survived by her son Jamea Harvey and wile Donna-Ann grandson Michael Kenneth, granddaughter Snei ley Lynn. sster Margaret and husband George ford Rev A Nasn will oft'ciale at a memorial service on Friday June 7 at 2 pm in St Davids Angncar Church 1115 5IA Si "tew Cremation Flowers gratefully declined Fune'ti ar rangemente with the Delta Fu neraiHome Ladner Trunk Rd Deita STORSETH Mathilda passed away peacefully on June 1. 1985 her 8h year Formerly ol Prince Rupert Pie deceased by her husband jonn, in 1976 Survived by hei loving tamiiy, daughter Megnhiid and husband Garaid Anderton and grandchildren Heather Wendy and John great-grandchild Amanda daughter. Eieenora and hue band Bill Deigieish and chiidien. Warren and Patrice Sieat g'endchiid'en, Ke'by wen and Bronwyn son Reiph and wife Varna grandchildren Carol Lmda and Susan, and relatives Norway funera-eervice Friday June 7 al 11 a at HAMILTON OF VAN COUVER.

5390 Fraser St let JBih Avenue) Cremation Viewing Thursday 6 lo 8 in lieu of flowers donations to the chanty ol your choice HAMILTON 34 J8M THtSiDDEH Lauren Aih lay (lirrrn May I'jsd daugliler ot Stnphon and Jrmn nette piibsed away (mar iuiiy on June 3 19HS Precious i auren wil be snii'y rn.s,t.ct her parents sistnis and Cuurmey relatives end ail whose iivnt and hearts this srwr mi r-hiid touched In imu ot flowers donaliont lo tha North Shore Association lur the Myn tally HariOtcaiitimd would ne npprw letecl Funeral snrvii Thurvlay June at 1 in the MoHyburn Funeral Home IHO Manne Drive. West Van couver CLARK Passed away suddenly June 3. 1985. Daniel Jo seph Clark, aged 31 years late ot crescent Hoed, bur rey, formerly of Langley. Sur vived by son, Daniel Clark, par-ents Bill and Armando Clark Cloverdale: 2 sisters Mrs Vance (Loril Johnston.

Lan. ley. Mrs Barry (Suzanne) McKinley. Vancouver; 1 brother Hay. Langiev: rjranotainer wit liem Clark, of Ontario: aeverai aunts, uncles and cousins Me morial funeral service will be held Irom Hendersons Funera1 Home.

Langley. Friday. June 7. at 4 pm. Rev Feme officiat ing In lieu ol flowers, donations may be made to the rjnrisn.

olme Society. 460-21 6th Street, Ungley. V3A 7R2 "His Spirit Lives On" CLARKE Evelvn Davis passed away peacefully in her sleep June 2, 1985. in Bumaby, C. She is survrved by her lov ing lamny.

nusoana. Aian: son Harold; daughter-in-law Bea trice, grandchildren Joann Us- oorne. and (jary Clarke, and 5 great-grandchildren A memorial service will be held Thurs day, June 6, at 2 30 in the Canaan way care centre. 7197 Canada Way, Burnaby, In lieu of flowers, donations to the C. Heart Foundation would be appreciated Arrangements through the Memorial Society of BC end First Memorial Services.

CLARIDGE Gordon Albert, aged 72 years, passed away suddenly on May 20. 1985. in Vancouver, BC. Predeceased by his parents. Albert Ernest and Annie Win-nitred HE is survived by his sister, Wmnitred Robertson.

7 nieces, 1 nephew, and many friends Interment with his parents in Mountain View Cemetery, on June 5. 1985 No service by request ot his sister CORNISH On Monday, Jne 3. 1985. Mrs Ruth Emily Cornish, aged 87 years ot Vancouver. Predeceased by her husband.

Charles in 1953 She leaves her 2 sons. Bud end Gordon B'aine; her daughters. Nevma Damstron and Norma Breakwell; her stepson, Gilbert Cornish. 20 grandchildren. 31 great-grandchilren.

Funeral service win oe neio in tne cnap-el of Forest Lawn Mortuary on Monday. June 10 at 11 am with the Rev V. Anderson officiating Interment will follow in Ocean View Burial Park II so desired, flowers, or donations to charity ot choice would be appreciated. Arrangements entrusted to MOUNT PLEAS ANT FUNERAL CHAPEL. DOLING On June 4.

1985. Alice of White Rock, aged 7 A nasi. m.ndri hu 9 hrnlh. ers. Lionel ot Regma Douglas.

nj, wu, Martin, ol Regma. 4 nieces. In compliance wnn ner wisnes. nu ments through the Memorial oocieiy didv ana riret memorial Services ENGLISH Norma Eliza beth, auddenly on May 31 1985. ol Richmond, aged 71 yeara Survived by her loving husband.

Earl, 1 sister. ivtarjone miicb i norne. it; sisters-in-law. Pat and Aanes English Funeral service Friday, June 7 at 1 1 30 a in the chapel ot RICHMOND FUNERAL HOMfc, 8420 Cembie Rd Richmond C. Cremation.

No tiowera by request. FUNK Abraham, of Surrey, passed away in the Surrey Memorial Hospital, on June 3. 1985. al Ihe age ol 72 years Service of Remembrance will be held from CHAPEL HILL, 14615 North Bluff Road. White Rock, Friday.

June 7, at 1 Cremation In lieu ol flowers, it friends so desire, donations may be made to the Heart Fund. GRENDER Laura Myrtle pessed away peaceiuiiy at her home in Mission, on June 4. 1905 in her 6bth year Survived bv her loving children. Helen and Ron. apouses Bill and Lvnne: and arandchildren.

Sharon. Angie and Ashlea. also rememoerea oy ner sister. Jessie, brothers. Morgan.

Clifford Douglas. Maicom. Angus Stuart. Harvey. Garnet: and many Oiher relatives and friends Service will be he'd al 11am.

Friday June 7. at St Andrew's United Church. 7756 Grand St Mission Interment following at Hatzic Cemetery Flowers aratetuiiv declined donationa to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated. HUBEfl Annette, passed awsv peacefully on June 3 1985. at St Vincent Arbutus Private Hospital, aged 98 yeara Survived by 1 son.

Erwm 3Mtm r-uLivr ui rruvw. Ulan, granddaughters, Dianne Wil son ol St Joseph. Michigan, Wendy Stewart ot Provo Utah 10 great-grandchildren, 1 sister. Margaret Hunter, dt Van. couver.

2 nieces Muriel Moore of Belfast. Northern Ireiend. and Maraaret Gordon ot Van couver. 1 nephew. Samuel Stewart of Ballast Northern Ire lend Visitation Thursday.

June 8 from a to in the chap EL OF CHIMES, HARRON BROS LTD 65 10th Ave Vancouver (between Cambie Main St where funeral service will be held Friday June 7 at nam Hev A Mccomoie om ceting Interment Mountain View cemerery rioweis gratefully declined HUSBAND In hospital on Jure 3. 1985. William Albert (fieri) Husbend, Isle ot White Rock aged 84 years Survived by his loving wife. Roberta sons. Neil and wile.

Barbara Rob and wile. Joen. gand-chiidien. 3 gieai-g'andhcii-dren, also sisiers. Mrs Edna King ot Saskatchewan.

Mrs Ellen Houston of Victoria Mrs May Rayior of Calgary He was a longtime member ot I A H.i I 1U1 UUa mnti Loral 890. Vancouver. Fu neral service win be neio rpnt Friday June 7rh the Chapel ol WOODlAWN BOWELL Funeral Directors S'72-176thSi Cloverdale Rev Ross Connai officiating interment in veney View Cemetery Surrey Flow-art aralalullv declined dona tions to Variety Club, Tent 47 appreciated JONAH Rae of Burnaby on June 3 1985 Sre is survived bv her lovma temiiy husband George, daughters and sons tn law Danne and Horn Hemrtch of Tsswwatssn Charlotte and Paul Newman of Kamioopa, her brothers John Cookhouse ot ladner and Leo Cookhouse ot Calgary her sa tar Hanna Ordo of Burnaby and her grendchiidren. Lisa Melissa, end Oao Tna Rev Jim Rowse win conduct tuner, al service 2 0 Friday June 7 the chapel ol Oceen Vew Cemetery. 40DO Imperial St Burnaby Flowers oiaieiuiiy do ciined in favour of donations it to desired, lo the Heart Foundation Arrangements through ihe Memonei Society oil and First Memunai Soi TURNELL On Monday, June 3.

1985, William Gordon Turneil. dt Clearwater. aged 63 years Mr Turneil was born in Saskatoon on March 15. 1922 A veteran of the Second World War he was a member ot the Saskatoon Light Infantry Association and Branch 259 ot the Royal Canadian Legion He was a long term employee of Weyerhaeuser Canada Surviving are his loving wife. Mary.

2 sons, Roger, of Regina, and Gordon, of Surrey, and 3 grandchildren; his mother, Mrs Mr Gilbert, ol Burnaby. 1 sister. Mrs Joan McAdie. ol Victoria, and 2 brothers. Robert, ot Kam-loops.

and Ernie, of North Vancouver The Very Rev Bishop John Snowden will conduct a memorial service in Saint Paul Cathedral Chapel. Kamioops. on Thursday. June 6. at 3 Donations to the Canadian Cancer Society are appreciated Arrangements entrusted to MacLeod Funeral Chapel.

VERNON Passed away in hospital on June 1 1985. Mary Margaret Theresia Vernon, aged 91 years ol North Burnaby Mrs Vernon was predeceased by her husband. Norman Vernon, in 1984 She is survived by her loving family, sons. Courtland and Donn, daughters, Frances Holling-sworth; Mane MacAdam; Marguerite Burhoe June Pickering, and Dorothy Bond. 19 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren Mass ot Christian Burial was celebrated on Wednesday.

June 5. from Saint Theresa Church, with Rev Chang, celebrant Interment Forest Lawn Cemetery In lieu ol flowers, donations to the Burnaby General Hospital. Extended Care Unit, or chanty of your choice would be appreoared BURNABY FUNERAL DIRECTORS, in care of arrangements WONG Victor on June 4. 1985 aged 54 years Survived by his loving wife. Agnes.

2 sons. 4 daughters. 3 brothers: 3 sisters Mass ot Christian Burial will be celebrated at St Francia Xavier Church. 431 Princess Ave. on Friday, June 7 at 1 1 a Interment.

Forest Lawn Bunai Park GLENHAVEN MEMORIAL CHAPEL. DIRECTORS WRAY Ronald Stanley on May 25. 1985. aged 57 years Memorial service will be held Thursday. June 6 9 a at GLENHAVEN MEMORIAL CHAPEL.

1235 East Hastings St Cremation 12 CARDS Of THANKS Mr and Mrs Roy Archer and family wish to thank their relatives and Iriends lor their support and consolation in the tragic loss ol our beloved daughter, JoAnne Grace Archer Mra Glancy. Debra and Heather wish to emend sincere thanks lo all relatives, many friends and neighbours tor their support and understanding in the recent loss of their husband and father Thanks also for the floral tributes, and 10 Father Cuddy of immaculate Conception Church 16 IN MEMQRIAM To assist readers to prepare "In Memoriam and "Cards of Thanks'' notices. The Sun has a pamphlet with some very appropriate verses and nonces Write or phone Betty Clarke at The Sun to receive a copy or place a notice 732 2439 732 2408 KNOWLES Mervyn (Sam) In loving memory ot a beloved husband, father and Q'andta-Ihe' who passed away on June 5 1981 Gone dear father, gone forever. How we miss your tmiitng face But you lei us to remember fVrjoneon earth can take your place A happy home we once enioyed How sweet the memory still But death has left a loneliness The world can never Ml Forever fcoved and deepry missed by his loving w'e Verna and children. Linda Susan.

Judy A 'an and Cathy, sons-in-law. daugrv ter-m-Lflw. and granchiidren KNOWLES Mervyn (Sam) in loving mermory a dear lather and grandpa (Pom Pom) who passed away June 6 1981 is for his Garden is for Raneagh A it tor Always there iN for Nme grandchildren is for bemg our Dad it tor his Fishing A tt for his Advice it for our Togetherness it tor a loving Husband it 'or Everyone he "oved it tor RememO'ance Sad'v missed by Linda Doug and grandchildren, jaye and Lit a VANDELL In loving memory ot our dear ton and brother Daryl Kent who pdbsaU away June 5. 19 '6 if we coutd nav on lifetime wish. One dream (hat would com true.

We pray to Goo wth ail our heans For yesterday and you Greatly loved and missed by Mom. bad and brother. Raymond 17 MEMORIAL GIFTS A most thoughtui way to 'a memtier ts w-th an in Memo nam donation Gvt the name the deceased (he net and the donor when makny your pledge An income ta ce pt ued to tne doO' and a card to the rec'ptent Donations can be moe by pnone (Mb 4404) by uimg Visa ot MasterCard or to B.C. HEART FOUNDATION yvest Broadway Vancouver, V6H 3V2 Trie if Chiio'e iund ScK.ety Va-x ovive' Vhb I AS Donations maile honou' or memoriam te with ce'rts to rec'D-ei'is and -ncoma tax recepts to donwt Please mciuite names ad edd'est ot 'cDent next o' km end donor AMAOO Alfredo and Elvira (nee de Meio) are pleased to announce the birth of their second child. Melissa Nicole.

3500 grams (7 lbs 12 ois on April 30, 1985 Proud grandparents are Elisio and Mana de Melo, and Candido and Francelina Amado. COHEN Seth and Laura (nee Gordon) are pleaaed to announce the birth ol their 3rd son, Michael Joseph, el 5 a May 24th. 1985 in Richmond General Hospital, weighing 6 lbs. 9 ozs. Proud grandparents are Mr ancfMrs Gordon ol Richmond, and Mr.

and Mra Cohen, ot Hermo-sa Beach. California. OECKELBAUMCOO-PEH Joan and Bob proudly announce the birth ol their daughter, Gillian Sarah Cooper, on June 2, 1985. Many thanks to Or. Debbie Brown and the staff at St.

Paul's Hospital tor their excellent care. KNUDSEN Aldor and Heather are thrilled to announce Ihe birth ol their first child, girt, Kristina Liv, born on May 27, 1985 at 8 40 weighing 7 Iba. 10 al the Bella Coola General Hospital. Very proud Grandparents are Sam and Dons Nelson, and Anny end Herman Knudsen of Bella Coola A cousin for Scott and Zandy! WINGEflT Peter and Maria are pleased 10 announce the arrival ol their first child, Christopher Edward, on May 28. 1985 in Kamloopa, B.C.

The proud Grandparents are Mr and Irs. Edward and Oiga Wingerl. Vancouver and Mr and Mra Guiseppe and Anna Paceila of Kanv loops. C. 7 ANNIVERSARIES DRIVERS BEWARE! STACEY BONAR Turned 16 Today Happy Birthday Love.

Mom, Dad and Bill HAPPY 40th Love All your family Happy 23rd Birthday Love Anonymous June 5. 198S Happy 25th Birthday C0REENA Love Always, Marcel XO TO LITTLE MORGAN Hoppy 1st Birthday Sweetheart Love from Mommy and Daddy I DEATHS BARR Gordon Ay Wilson passed away! suddenly al nia noma in Clearbrook. June 4. 1985. aaed 7S veers Survived by his daughter.

Shirley: and his son, Don and wife. Wendy. 2 grendchiidren. Lind sey and Brett. 1 brother.

Jim ol Victoria Mr Barr aerved over-seaa with the Seaforth Hiohian- ders and was a member ot Ihe Abbotstord Masonic Lodge No 70. A A No service by request In lieu ot (lowers donations to the Heart Fund would be appreciated Ar rangements through the Memorial Socety ol and First Memorial Services A BAUDER Rov efn-xls Wiltred. passed away Wvlt Abbotstord. in his vived by his lovtna family, wife. Dorothy, son and daughter-in-law.

Robert and Linda ana 2 grandsons Lnns-tooher and Jason, also 2 broth ers. Raymond and George, and 3 sisters, vioia. Munei. and Dona He wae predeceased by nis mother, iviary. oromer, uon- aid, and aister, Joan He served during the Second World War in me army rot years runerai service will be held et 10 a Thursday June B.

in the crtaoel ot Avaion and Surrey Funeral Homes. i3B-iOBtn Ave bur rev Rev Dean Bound ot floating Cremation In lieu of tiowera. donations to tne Canadian Diabetea Association would be appreciated avalon surrey sai-440i BYRNE Thomas passed away peaceiuiiy on June 3 19H5 in tne brock ahrni Pavil-Brock Fanrni Pavilion. Shaugnnessy Hospital Born in Newport. Waies February 28 1903 He it survived by his loving family wile Lena sons Don and Terry, daughters Kathleen (Kam) cvaaso and Sheila, son-in-law, Henning Bratso.

and arandchildren, Chriahen Peter, end Lisa Bras so Tom was a graduate of uuc Arts 28 He served ihe RCAK during Work) Wer Two He wes a member of the Mesonic Lodge No 19 Chiiiiwack and member ot tne ienaaan legion. Branch 18 Vancouver Funeral service will be held 1 Thursday June 8 et St Giles United Church, 305 4 1 si Ave Vancouver loiiowed ny entombment at Ocean View Bunei Park Flowers grate'uiiy declined lavour ot donations 10 the Shaugnnessy Hospital Foundation and Si Paul Hue Dital foundation Arrange mente through First Memonal henricee CHOW Daiey on June 1 1885 passed ewny peacefully Survived bv her lovina family her husband Deibert. her 2 daughters Christina, at noma and lorrame (Mrs Michael Subiecil 2 ems'S Meruaiei iMis Max Egusr). end liy IMrs TomChaiiT and many ral lives aunts, uncles nieces and nephews Funeral service will be he'd dn Thursday, June 8 19115 al 12 noon Orticiaiing Rev Burnhem, al Foiesl lawn Funerei Chapel, Royal uak Ay enue Bumaby Interment For est Lawn Memorial Park ANNOUNCEMENTS Anniversaries 7 Births 2 Business Personals 42 Cards ol Thanks 12 Catering Party Rentals 32 Cemeteries 22 Coming Events 30 Companions 30 Crematoriums 23 Deaths a Engagements 4 Estate Services 9 Flonsls 19 Found 27 Funeral Directors 18 Funeral Notices 10 Funeral Supplies, Monument Works 20 Halls lor Rent 34 In Mernonam 16 Information Wanted 36 Legale 445 Letters ot Appreciation 14 Lodge Nonces 28 Lost 26 Mamagea 6 Memonal Gifts 17 Personal 40 Introduction Services 41 Travel 44 Vacation Spots 43 Bed 6 Breakfast B.C. Mainland, Gull a Vancouver Islands, Sunshine Coast, C.

Sk) Accommodation, House Sitting, Washington 4 Oregon, Southern Hawaii, Mexico, Other Areas. Trailer Space For Rent, Touriat Rooms, Summer Cottages, Camps For Boys, Girts. EMPLOYMENT Educational 74 Employment Services 75 EMPLOYMENT WANTED Child Care Jobs Wanted 73 Men 70 Men-Women 71 Women 72 SERVICES Beauticians or Barbers 45 Drivers, Chauffeurs, Lease Drivers Wtd. 46 Domesoc-Daycare Jobs 47 Hotel, Restaurant, Food Services 48 TRADES Engineering 49 Factory-Warehouse 50 Labourers 51 Trades, Technical 52 Mining, Lumbering, Const 53 OFFICE 1 BUSINESS Accounting. Auditors 54 Dats, Word Processing, Programmers 55 Medical-Dental 56 Office Personnel Clerks 57 Secretarial 58 Employment Agencies, Testing, Resumes 59 Prolessions, Management 60 Sales 61 Part Time, Temporary 62 Retail Clerks 4 Cashiers 63 GENERAL Caretakers 64 Sales Agencies 65 Help Wanted 66 Investment Positions 67 Teachers Wanted 68 Prolessions, Management, Skilled Available 69 BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL Bulldozing, Trucking 94 Carpenters, Contractors 96 Cement.

Asphalt, Bnck 98 Drain Tile a Gutters 122 Dressmaking, Alterations 83 Educational 74 Electricians, Welder 100 Fencing 101 Floor Surfacing 102 Fum 139 Gardening, etc 112 Health Services 84 Home Bus. Services 90 Home Improvement 105 Home Insulation 129 Home Modernization 32 Hospitals. Private 86 Moving a Storage 372 Musk, Art. Dancing 60 Painters. Decorators 110 Plastenng, Stuccoing 104 Plumbing.

Heating 106 Professional Services 82 Rest Homes 89 Roofing, Chimneys, etc. 108 Talent Agencies 76 Upholstery, Drapes Carpet Cleaning 109 THURSDAY: Rain, then show-ers. SYNOPSIS: A frontal system lying through Washington state will maintain mostly cloudy skies with a few showers over the south coast. The showers will turn to steady rain overnight as a small disturbance passes just to the south. OUTLOOK: Cloudy with showers Friday, highs near 18.

Mostly sunny Saturday and Sunday, highs near 19. REGIONAL FORECASTS Graatai Vancouver: Lows tonight near 11. Thursday: cloudy, tain turning to showers in morning. Highs Thursdsy near 19. Probability Of precipitation 70 per cent Thursday Greater Victoria, east Vancouver Island: Lows near 10.

Thurs-day: cloudy, rain turning to showers In morning Highs near 20. Probac Ity of precipitation 60 par cent. Lower Fraisr Valley, Hows Sound-WMitlar: Lows near 10. Thursday: cloudy, rain turning to showers morning Highs near 20. Probability of precipitation 70 per cent.

Sunshine Coast: Lows near 10. Thursday: cloudy, rain turning to showers In morning High near 18. Probability of precipitation 70 per Cent. North Vancouver leland: Low near I Thursday mostly cloudy, 6 few showers. Highs near 16 Probe-bitity ol precipitation 40 par cent West Vancouver Island: Lows near to.

Thursday mostly cloudy, a few showers Highs 1 5 10 16 Probe-bitty of precipitation 60 per cent Northern Mainland: Lows 6 to i. i "U'way tmuuy win sunny pan- ods, wasted showers Highs 12 to 14 Ptobaility of preaprutwn 20 par cent Queen ChirtottH: Lows near 6. Thursday cloudy with sunny periods, isolated showers Highs near 13. Probability of precipitation 20 percent. Thompson, Okanagan: Lows I to It.

Thursday Coudy with Sunny periods. few showers Highs it lo 23 Probability of precipitation 50 percent Kootenty, Columbia: Lows 7 to 10. Thursday mostly ckmdy a lew showers. Chance oil an afternoon thundershower. Might) It to it.

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Chicago If 7 Dallas 14 4 Denver II 10 Kansas City 34 It LosAngtles 20 14 Miami ir Minneapolis It II New Orleans 11 II New York 17 Sen it 14 Sealtkt II Spokane 22 I Washington 21 0VIRSIAS Man. Mln. Amsterdam is Athens It II Bangkok 14 Berlin 70 14 Brussels II 13 Buenos Aires IS 4 Hong Kong It Js Jerusalem 71 II It 4 London 34 II Madrid 33 II Manila JJ Moscow 10 I NewUtlhl Is 73 Pans It II Peking It Rioda 7t II Rome DO IS Sineaoort 37 Stockholm 33 13 Sydney II Taipei 71 3( Tokyo 21 70 Vienna IS next 24 hours Barometer tt l.m, Itttyt 101 (falling! TIDES AT IN0LISH BAY (Thursday Juntt) 100am. ll.Sleel 100 in, lteef Low 3 15 m. I Steel 10 25 em.

IStteet Sun rises Ot i.m Mil 1. 14 p.m. Moon rites 11.13 sett I aim, MOON PHASIJ Last June June II FuH July I First Junta WARM FRONT COLD MONT STATIONARY FRONT ln HMI 10' Phoenix 14 10 hi Rtno 10 nt Tampa 14 34 nt Trinidad 11 31 cloudy 71 cloudy VISTIROAV IN VANCOUVER Temperature: High it Low 11 This due latt start High IS Lowt Preclelltllon: 13 mm. Tint dan last rear: II Omm, Tamttdalt tremJan, liJSJO mm Samt Mrlod last yetri TtH mm. Te date this month 1 10 3 mm.

Stmt tenet last yean 1 7.2 mm. Max. Win. Alert jf Brandon IS I Calgary 92 If II Churchill 14 Edmonton JS 4 Fredericton tl 1 Haiiltx It 10 Jasper It Kenora 1J 1 Lethbndge II 1 Medicine Hat I Montreal Jl tl Ottawa Peace River 14 Quebec City It I Regina It 1 St. John's It 10 Saskatoon 17 I Thunder Bey 17 0 Toronto It 1 RESORT! Me 1 )S Min.

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