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ic'PanrouitrSun una n E18 ir Saturday. Jan. 16,1993 THE VANCOUVER SUN Ifcsfem Canada's Leading Newspaper Punished every weekday and Saturday by Paofc Press Lid. 2250 Gram St. V6H3G2 732-2111 NickTataren Circulation Manager CIRCULATION INQUIRIES 736-2281 1-800-663-2662 Phone Monday thru Friday 5:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday 5:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon Counter Service Monday thru Fnday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING 736-2211 Phone Monday thru Friday 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Counter Service 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Offices closed Saturday and Sunday DISPLAY ADVERTISING Retail 732-2315 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 To Place Your Ad CALL 738-2211 MONDAY to FRIDAY 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Counter Service for ad placement and box replies 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. ' TURN TO CLASSIFICATION INDEX ON NEXT PAGE 2 BIRTHS To insert a Birth, Engagement, Marriage or Anniversary notice, phone 736-2211 weekdays 7:30 a m to 7 30 p m. A Gift for You and Your Baby Announce your baby's birth ki the birth notice of The Vancouver Sun and The Province, and or just one insertion in each paper, we'll Pis WIN a Scholarship from Oetails inside Pac. send you a certificate redeemable for a valuable Best Brands Baby Gift Pac worth more than $25, containing quality products and helplul savings cou pons. It's a great gift lor all the family. CLASSIFIED 736-2211 Official Baby Pac Redemption Centre 8D SAFEWAY rv Gina Crews would like to announce the birth of their 4th child. Clifford Chaning Crews, brother of Cory, Caiti and Chelsea. CUZZETTO Joseph and Frances (nee Ren-zullo) are pleased to announce the arrival'of their daughter, Simona Irma Natalia, born January 11. 1993. weighing 6 lbs.. 12 oz Proud grandparents are Ella and Carmelo Ren-zullo. Franco and Irma Cuzzetto, and great-grandmothers. Agnese Cre-scenzo and Francesca Renzullo. Especially proud js big brother, Francesco. Thanks to Dr. Gupta and Grace Hospital staff. FLOCKHART Norm and Jane Wace are proud to announce the birth of their son, Elliojt Wace Flockhart. Elliott was brought into the world at 11:23 p.m. on December 13, 1992, weighing in at 8 lbs., 2 oz. Thrilled grandparents are Bob and Lorraine Flockhart. of Richmond, B.C. and Lionel Wace, ot Kelowna. B.C. Thank you to the excellent staff at Grace Hospital. GORDON Kelly & Ingrid (nee Kadak). Ryan and Katie welcome with love. Erica Anne, born January 5th, 1993 weighing 8 lbs. 10Vi ozs. Proud grandparents are Peter and Sif .Kadak and Barney and Lois Gordon. ! BIRTHS To insert a Birth Engagement, Marriage or Anniversary notice, phone 736-2211 weekdays 7 30 a m to ju pm. HOFFMANN NAPLES First time grandparents! boroon ano neatner Hoffmann. Gordon Naples, Gordon Harris and Roberta Johnson: along withparents. Grant "joraon ano uatnerine are pleased to announce the arrival of Nicholas Gordon Thomas Born January 12, 1993, 1:01 am. at S.MR, weighing 7 lbs. 3 ozs. Also welcomed Dy aunts, uncies and great-grandparents. Named in memory of Thomas Walther. A special thank-you to Dr. Bain for having missed a ski weekend and a night s sleep. JENKINS Robert and Lauren (nee Ebert) wish to announce with joy, the birth of their son, Daniel Andrew on January 9, 1993. 7 lbs.. 4.5 ozs. 1st grandchild for Blanche Ebert of Maple Rtdge, 8th grandchild for Jean Jenkins ol Vancouver. Special thanks to the staff at Grace Hospital, Dr. Hatlelid and Lee Anne Tough for their excellent support. JOHNSTON Ken and Linda are thrilled to announce the arrival of their beautiful baby girl, Chloe Marie, on December 20, 1992 weighing in at a petite and per fe c 1 6 lbs., 10 ozs Proud grandparents Eleonora and Tony Salandini. and Jim and Beryl Johnston. McCULLOUCH Gordon and Nicola (nee McNair) are thrilled to announce the Birth of their 1st child, Taryn Meagan, born at 7:15 p.m. on December 24, 1992, weighing in at 6 lbs. 1 1 ozs. Proud grandparents are Al and Lynne McNair of Kam-loops and Ted and Doreen McCullouch of Cloverdale. MCDONALD Doug and Shauna are very pleased to announce the arrival of their New Year's baby, Elizabeth Jane. Elizabeth was born January 1st, 1993 at Grace Hospital, weighting 8 lbs. Very proud grandparents are Brian and Janice Haslett of Sechelt. and Vern and Sheila McDonald of New Westminster. PIOVESAN (VELENOSI) Frank and Paola are pleased to announce the birth of their first child, a son, Marco Nicola, at 10:25 a.m.. January 9th, 1993, weighing 8 lb. 1 oz. Proud grandparents are Adriano & Connie Piovesan, &' Nicola & Linda Velenosi. RA2AC Robert and Elinor (A n astasia) Hallgren are happy to announce the arrival of their latest grandchild, Anastasia Carol, January 3. 1993. 7 lbs., 11 ozs to delighted parents Darcy and Gayle. Thanks to the staff at St. Paul's. SANGARA Jerry and Pat are pleased to announce the arrival of Taj Charles Tara, born on December 10. 1992, 7 lbs., 9 ozs. Proud grandparents, Tara and'Balbir Sangara and Lillian May. S2ALAI Charles and Anne are very proud to announce the arrival of Kelly Lauren, born at 5:29 a.m.. on October 30, 1992 at St. Paul's Hospital weighing 8 lbs., 3 ozs. Thrilled grandparents are Tonson and Anna Chu and Zoltan and Eva Makai of Vancouver B.C. 2 BIRTHS To insert a Birth, Engagement Marriage or Anniversary notice, phone 736-2211 weekdays 7:30 a m. to 7:30 o m. WALDOCK With great joy we announce the arrival of Brendan Philip William, born to Gord and Sandi on January 12. 1993. Sharing our oy are grandparents Florence and Herb Schuppert: Jean Waldock; Gerry and Wanda Waldock. Special thanks to Dr. Flemming & RCH staff. WATT Ro b a n d Shannon (nee Lee) are proud to announce the birth of James William Connor Watt. Connor was born on December 6. 1992 at Royal Columbian Hospital, weighing 7 lbs. 3 ozs. Thrilled 1st time grandparents are Bill and Sharon. Lee of Coquitlam, B.C. A 3rd grandson for Grant and Irene Watt of Bradford, Ontario. Great-grandmothers are Hetty Lee and Kay Crawford. Thanks to the doctors of RCH and Grace, and a special thank you to Or. D Chisholm. Welcome Connorf WEBER Manfred and Tessa (nee Kothuber) and big brother, Stefan welcome with love Simone Kristina, born December 3. 1992, 6 lbs.. 14 ozs. Proud Grandparents are Christl, awrence, Irene; special uncie. Hermann and aunts, Monika and Tina are equally thrilled. Special thanks to Dr. J. Donner and staff at Grace Hospital. 7 ANKrVERSARlESBlRTHDAYS "1 3" Happy Birthday!! AM0URA MARIE LANCIA January 17, 1993 , Loads of love. . From your family, XOXO 8 DEATHS ENGAGEMENTS illStiviil Doug and Kern are happy to announce their engagement and will be married in April, 1993. Many thanks to all our Iriends and relatives lor their loving support. HARE STATHAM Gary and Judy Hare are happy to announce the engagement of their daughter, Marci Krjstina to Kevin, son of Marie Eastoh. The wedding will take place in June 1993 in the Rose Garden I Queens Park. New Westminster. Let it be known & declared to all that Ms. Patricia Lee. with great joy and just a little relief, announces the engagement of her beautiful daughter Jennifer Boas to the handsome Kurt Larson, son of Douglas and Sharon Larson. The summer wedding in Vancouver has been joyously received by both families and friends. LYE BEMISTER Mr. and Mrs. Percv Lve of Gabriola Island are nappy to announce the engagement of their daughter, Loretta to Terry bemister, son or Mrs. Hiice Bemister and the late Mr. Harry Bemister ot St. John's, New foundland. Wedding will take place in Vancouver in July '93. BISHOP Mary Catherine, on Januacv 14, 1993, passed awav at the age ol 86 Prede ceased by her husband. Tom in 1987. She will be lovingly rememoererj ov ner oaugnier. Adelia and son in-law, Al; her son, Stanley and step-daughters. Mabel. Hazel and Kay; arandchildren. Linda. Pamela. Cathy, Joe and Susan: 6 great- granocniiaren, Lisa, jonn, Michelle, Heather, Warren and Carter; her sister, Lil; niece, Shirley and nephew, Tom; as well as other family and friends. A memorial service will be held at Our Savior Lutheran, Church. 6340 4 Hd.. Richmond Pastor H.K. Harris officiating. In neu ot tiowers conations to Childrens Hospital will be appreciated. CHAPP Anthony, late of New Westminster, rasseo awav January 11. 1993 He will be sadly missed by his wife. Frances; 3 step-sons, Robert Munro (Carol). Lawrence-Munro (Louise), David Munro (Christine): also brother-in-law, Edmund Cosarove and manv- grandchildren. Funeral Service to be held Monday, January 18 at 1 pm in Columbia-Bowell Funeral Chapel. 2196th St, New Westminster. Rev. Calder offi ciating. CI OLUMBIA-BOWELL 521-4881 CLARKE Richard (Dick) Henry on January 12, 1993 in Lion s Gate Hospital aged 81 Kears. Predeceased by his wife, lannah in 1991. Survivedov his brother, Clifford Clarke; sister. Lily Barrett; and nephew. Barry Clarke. A memorial service will be held Wednesday. January 20 at 2 c m., in Delbrooke Baotist Church 515 West Windsor Road, North Vancouver. -Flow ers gratefully declined in favor of donations to the Gideon Bibles 6594 Victoria Drive, Van couver B.C. Vor 3X9. Arrangements through First Memorial runorai ourviuub. DEATHS CROSBY Diana Violet (nee Elliot), late of Courtvard Gar- dens Care Facility. Richmond. passed away peacefully on January 13th. 1993 after a sio.c struggle with cancer. Diana was corn in Ottawa on April 21st. 1931 and was raised in Chester. Nova Scotia. In 1951 she was crowned Queen of the Sea in Nova Scotia, and began tier long association wim mcn-mond when she moved there in January of 1953. She was happily employed for many years witn tne mcnmona scnool Board, and later with the Com- puter Services Department ot Canadian Airlines until her early retirement in 1985. Diana was oredeceased bv both her father (William; 19771 and her mother (Greta: 1980), and is survived by her sister, Beverly of Chester. Nova Scotia; her children. Margot (Taylor) of Richmond, Mary Jane (Dyck) of Campbell River, B.C., William Crosby of Saskatoon, Sask and six grandchildren. Diana' world was one of indeoen dence. appreciation of friends, and the humorous moments in life. Her love and reverence for children knew no bounds memorial service ot appreciation for Diana's life will be held from St. Alban s Anolica Church, 7251 St. Alban s Road. Richmond on Saturday. Jan uary 16th at 2:00 p m.. Rev Arthur Nash officiating. The family are deeply indebted to Drs. Meg Knowling and Chris Beauchamp of the B.C. Cancer Centre, and the care staff of Courtvard Gardens for the tireless efforts and support. To Am, Joann and all of you; vou did make a difference. In lieu of flowers, the family would be rateiui ror conations in iana's name to the Sarcoma Tumour Group, B C. Cancer Centre. 600 W. 10th Avenue Vancouver. While Diana will be sadly missed, let it be known among her many friends and acquaintances: nothing is lost mat love rememoers. COMIS Eugene peacefully on January 14. 1993. He will be luvinyiv fememuereu oy tamiiy members; sons, Ken Heoeccal. Darrel Lvnnl: brothers. Erwin (Donna). Don ald (Marge), Arlen (Pricilla) and jumi (ouiHtryi, i sisitjr, juyce. Viewing January 18, 5 p.m. to 7 D.m. A oraveside service. January 19. 11:30 a.m. at Forest Lawn t-unerai Home. COWIE Lewis George ol North Vancouver passed away on January 15, 1992 in Lion's Gate Hospital, after a lengthy illness. Survived by wife, Fay; son, Bob (Marilynne) of Campbell River; daughters, Brenda (Harald) ol White Rock. Bever ley (Gustavo) ot Vancouver; grandchildren, Kevin, Jeffrey, ansa and Tiana. Service Tuesday, January 19 at 12:00 noon at First Memorial Funeral Services, 1505 Lillooet Rd., North Vancouver. In lieu of flowers donations to the Cancer Society would be appreciated. EDWARDS Harold Thomas (Hall lost his lona battle with cancer on me i4tn or January. 1993 at Peace Arch Hosoital in White Rock at the age of 76 years ne is survived Dy nis lov- ina wue. joan t oauanrers Sherry and Donna of San Anto nio. Texas: 3 stepchildren George, Veronica and Scott; 8 granacnuoren; i sister, Anne Long, of Austin. Texas brother, Fred Edwards, of Ocean Park, B.C. Harold was born at Huntington, New York in 1916 and educated at Cornell University. He spent his lite in oil and gas exploration extend ing irom me Mexican ooraer to northern Alberta and Saskatchewan except for 3 years flying a B-24 bomber over Germany during World War II. He was shot down twice over Europe and received the Distinguished Flying Cross. Hal was well known in the geophysical business for helping to develop the Elllex Electrical Resistivity rviemoo usea tor on ana gas exploration. This business was sold in 1981 and Hal and Joan retired to White Rock in 1987. Funeral service will be held Mondav. January 18 at 2:30 om. from the Chapel of Valley view Funeral Home, 14660 72nd Ave nue, Surrey. Cremation. Flow ers aratefullv declined in favour or aonaiions to me b.u nean or Stroke Foundation or the Cancer Society would be appreciated. VALLEY VIEW 596-8866 FALLOWFIELD Thomas. passed away on January 13. 1993, in Burnaby, aged 87 years. Survived by his sister, Edna Finlayson; brother, Lawrence (Doreen): also nieces and nebhews. No ser vice by request. Cremation. Arrangements tnrougn me Memorial Society of B.C. and First Memorial Funeral Services. 8 DEATHS FRASER A. J. "Bud passed away suddenly on Jan uary 14, ltttu. An active member of the Roval Canadian Fighter Pilot's Association, he leaves to mourn nis passing, his loving wife. Irene: son, Jim luooiei. victoria; aaugnter Carol (Rick) Gannon. Missis-sauga. Ontario: granddaughter, Katnerine Fraser; brother. George. Oakviile and sister Norma Clarke. Fort McMurrav. Alberta. Memorial Service will be held at Burquitlam Funeral Chapel, ea worm Moaa, Coauitlam at 2:00 p.m. Sunday, January 17. The Rev. Mar- nanna Harris oniciatmg. Dona tions to me nean rounaauon. BURQUITLAM CHAPEL 936-9987 GAGE Winnifred M Dassed awav on January 14 1993. in Maple Ridge at the age of 80 years. She is survived by aaugnters, snena ano tiieen son-in-law, Gerry; son Michael; and daughter-in-law, Lois: 10 arandchildren; 1 great grandchild. Memorial service to be held on Tuesday, January 19. 1 D m. at tne Home ot Larrv and Yvonne Thompson, 18974- 60 B Ave . Cloverdale, B C Rel atives, friends and acquaint ances an welcome GARLAND Edra V Dassed awav January 13, 1993 in St Paul s Hospital. She is survived by her 2 loving sisters, Mary Devlin, and Ethel Hay and her brother-in-law James Hay. Also many nieces; nepnews; relatives and friends in Canada Scotland and New Zealand. No Service by request. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Memorial Society of B.C. Cremation. GOODE Gordon Robert. passed away peacefully at his nome in earKsvine on January 12, 1993. He is survived by his loving wife, Brenda; and one son. Robert and his wife Joanne of Langley. B C; and arandchildren, Christina and Aiesha. He will be sadly missed ana tonaiy rememoereo. a Memorial service lor Gordon will be held on Tuesday. Jan- uary 19. 1993 at 2:00 p.m. from the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 76 Hall, 180 West 1st Avenue. Qualicum with Padre Benner officiating. Flowers gratefully declined. Donations may be maae to tne tquip tor Life Fund' Nanaimo Regional General HosDital. 1200 Dutferin Crescent, Nanaimo, B.C. V9S 2B7. Sands Chapel "On the Waterfront" GOW Captain L. Niel passed awav on January 12 1993 at U.B.C. Hosoital. aqed 81 years. Survived by his loving wite, Rosemary; son, Michael; and sister, Marion. No flowers bv request. Cremation through First Memorial Funeral Services. Donations to The Mis sions to Seamen, 50 Dunlevy Ave.. Vancouver. B.C., V6A 3R1, would be appreciated. GREENE Brian Georae passed away on January 3. 1993. in Foothills Hosoital in Calgary. Brian was born on August 2, 1950 in Vancouver and lived and attended school in South Burnabv. He is sur vived by nis wjte, Linaa ano daughters, Deanna and Janita in Calgary; mother, Jean and sister, Wendy, both of Burnabv. In lieu of flowers a donation may be made to Leukemia nesearcn, ti.u. negton. HODGKINSON -r Lee-Ann, Dassed awav suddenly in toootstoro, d.l... ageo 4U ears. She is survived bv her oving family, sisters, Marie neser cu ui viiiiiiwaun. Marilyn titora (Dusty) oi isaw-wassen: brothers. Norman Atkins (Helen) of Langley and rvionty Bowman (tviaruyn) oi Mount Vernon. Washinoton: 4 nieces; and i nepnews. preae-ceased by her father, Oliver W. Bowman: and mother, Ruth Jean Bowman. A memorial ser vice will be held on Monday. January 18. 1993 at 11 a.m. in the Chapel ot Henderson's Fraser Valley Funeral Home, 34537 Marshall Rd., Abbots-ford. B.C.. with Rev. Ben Taylor officiating. In lieu of flowers donations may be sent to the B.C. Cancer Foundation or the L.S. Society ol B.C. DEATHS DEATHS HOLDING George (Larry) LINGREN Knute Gustav of Surrey, formerly of Victoria died in Shauahnessv Hosoital passed away January 14, aged January 13. 1993 at the age of 10 Leaves wue. tmei oi si ai survived oy wue or si years, years; 1 son, Oonaid (Judy) ot Netta: daughters Wendy (Jim), Gibsons: 2 grandsons. Dennis Nancy, Sandra (Dan); and son. and David: 2 sisters. Hazel and Dennis; grandchildren, Debbie Phyhss. Victoria; 2 brothers. (Paul). Andrew, Deyon. Jon- Les. victoria ana peter, won- atnan. tartan, lammy. Amy, treal. Many nieces and neph- Andrea. Rachel: great-grand- ews. cremation, no service oyicmiaren, Alicia ana Amber request. (Also survived bv 2 brothers jonn ana Anarew tuorai; ana sister-in-law. Lena. Gus served HOPE Stanley G. Born July World Waf." ranchedat Pm- 14. 1911 formerly of 3330 West- antan ano retirea aner iB years mount Hnari Wct iarvrv,,or "Om MacMinan dioaei Memo- Stan passed away peacefully at r',a' !f",ce' Central Taberna-Inglewood Private Hospital in cle 5855 Imperial at 1 p m Mon West Vancouver on Wednes- daY. January 18. Pastoi iii. iimuru i- iqci u Laverne C I a r y omciati no survived by his wife, Helene Donations to Benevolant Fund restaent ot ina ewooa Lonae. ia ..i.a. ibi.., 725 Inalewood (at Tavlor Wav) West Vancouver, V7T 1X5 Lovingly and sadly, his lamily and triends will miss him. A Me DEATHS LYNN Eugenia (Jean) born in Munoare. AiDerta in imi rial to Stan will be announced Jean passed away in Vancou- at a later date. KAHL Passed awav Jan uary 14th, 1993. Melvm Kermit Kahl, late of Sechelt, in his 80th ver General Hosoital on Jan- uary 13. 1993. at the aoe ot 71 years. She will be sadly missed uy ner nusuanu, can, uaugmer, Sharon: and grandson. Brian. Survived by brothers, Mike (Annie) and Pete (Phyllis); as well as sisters. Pauline and vear. predeceased bv his wile. t. . -, ... - . wen aa aioii nannan tuzaoetn. on uecem- n.:- ...;u i r?r2J' . Survived by a son bered (or her kindness and David and his wife. Barbara, of generosity to her friends and Richmond Visitation Monday. faml)l M'emorial semce w,n iaTsarX.1?.hH.'l(r? ncn "J be held on Monday, January 18 12 45 pm at the Devlin Funeral at 10 a m ,rom the Chape' of '! 1 . 7 . Forest Lawn Funeral Home .. a. . ui,.. II withi n the cemetery grounds. ,eaview Cemetery. In lieu of n-i, .i flnworc P" r,. ........ ciated to Peel Board of Educa- nonii-nris rani Memorial i-unq. uaotim c-.n-ru d-.j hl'Tflmtnrhtldenly on Tuesday. January ?.7.?.L72SSr.'v,Mls" 12. 1993. husband of Jeah 3.auaa, l... .v,. Mackenzie: dear father of Paul Alistair and David; grandfathei of Andrew and Ariel: brother of KASZA Passed awav on Brenda. Friends will be Friday, January 15. 1993. John received at the Baxter & Giles rsasza, oi Durnaov. ageo ez i-unera Home, iii broaowav years. He is survived bv his Oranqeville on Friday. 7-9 D m. loving wife, May; 2 brothers, Funeral mass at St. Timothy's joe ana reier; j sisters, L-nurcn on aaturaayai i:uu p.m. Anqeia, nose ano nay ana tneir i-remation to tonow. lamnies, an ot AiDerta. i-unerai service will be held Tuesday. January 19, at 2 p.m., in the PEACHEY Steve passed L-napei or runcoi Lnvvn away suddenly in Vancouver on FUNERAL HOME. Within the Januarv IP 1993aoed64vears grounds of Forest Lawn Memo- He' is survived by his loving iidt ram di nuyai ve ana lamuy, oeiovea wire, namy; Canada Way, Burnaby. where dauahter. Leona: steo-children, interment will follow. No flow- Larry, Marilyn, Kathy and ers by request. A donation in Andrea; grandchildren, Aaron his memory mav be made to Andrew Dallas. Dion and Tit- the B C. Alzheimer's Society or (any; sisters. Lisa and Dorothy me d.o. nean rounuauon. liHon); orotners, rrea luorotnyi and Robert (Jean); also by other relatives and friends. KEILLOR Lila. late of New Memorial service to be held on Westminster, passed away ,mu"u5Kt ,?",u?,,,f. " ' K. , January 12, 1993. aged 72 rom OCEAN VIEW .FUNERAL years, sne is survivea Dy iter ""i""" '. Du' loving family; sister, Gertrude haby. If desired a memorial and husband Douglas Lamb, donation in Steve s name may Surrey: niece and neohews.- o made to tne b.L,. Heart runa Diane (Ken) Campbell. Donald rather than flowers. busan LamD. uavia uorotnv) I amh- 9 nrdnUniprpll anH A areat-neDhews. Lila was a I PINCZESI Joe passed Nurses Aid at Royal Columbian away in Richmond on Wednes-Hospital for 25 years. A funeral day, January 13. 1993 al the age sprvir.p wi np ne n Mnnnau ui -jq vedis. oui viveu uv ins iuv- January 18, at 3 p.m., in the mg tamiiy, wire. biizaDetn L-napei Ol AVaiOn Surrey una. jusei miu uastiu, uauyn- Funeral Home. 13288 108th ter. Liz Davis; grandson, Bren- Ave . Surrey Rev I Conk will dan Davis: granddaughter. officiate. Cremation. In lieu of H-ana Pinczesi. A Memorial ser- flowers, donations to the vice win oe neio on iwonoay, Canadian Cancer Society or the January 18 at 3:00 p.m. in the UiaOetlC Association WOUIO be Wdpei ui niLmnuiiu runeidi nome. 042U L-amDie noao. Richmond. In lieu of flowers donations mav be made to the Canadian Hed cross. RICHMOND FUNERAL HOME 273-3748 appreciated AVALON SURREY 581-4401 REYNOLDS Barbara, after a courageous battle with can- KOSTECKI John Dassed away in his 87th year on January 13, 1993. He was predeceased by his beloved wife. iaran SfflfiS ,i u t n i Manor in Richmond Memorial ,lehl ,S rtVm ShL service will be held on Tues- K T?'. ?. 9 tme:?"'J 's rlav January 19 at P n m in survivcu uy iibi oisier, Ocean VilwFunl al Home Pe9 Lawrenuk. She will be 4000 Tmoenal s" Burnabv In sad missed b m3n1 close toA donahonsX a lyH0U' ChiCe W0U'd be Ch'fgss? Winds?" INnrth vnnrmiupr nn Mnnriav January 18 at 3 p.m. For those sn rtesirinn rtnnatinnfl mav hfi LAUGHTON Edward marie in ffarhara's memory to vnaiidu uasseu away peace- me canaaian cancer society, fully on January 14th, 1993 at Arrangements entrusted to vanwuvci uniciai iiuajiiai riisi Memorial runerai oer alter a courageous oattie witn Nnrih Vanmnwr cancer, cu wa& uom nuvemuer l 9au-3401 kin, imio in Vancouver, lie is survived by brothers, Jim and Alec; sister:in-law, Lorene; ROBERTS Eileen Joan nieces. Merilee (Allen), Janet passed away very peacefully (Bob), Kathy (Colin) and their on January 14, 1993 in her 64th children. He will be remem- year, after a courageous battle bered bv many relatives and uu.ih rinrm Qho ha. close friends. A memorial ser- loving husband, Leonard; chil- CHAPEL OF CHIMES. HARRON Polor (Kathloonl- anri nanH. BROS., 55 E. 10th Avenue children. Jenifer, Cassidy, Mor- luGiween voniyio dim iviaiii gan, tisa, Aron, Jesse, cnar- oireei), Vancouver. v,remanon. 0tte and Spencer; also sisters. In lieu of flowers, donations rwmhu lisi.n.m iiMiOU mav be made to the Canadi 3D I Kmthar Inhnnu Arrannnmanlc Cancer Society. through First Memorial Ser vices. BB-55B5. ' AW Peter INaih Anal. born October 14, 1947, Sibu. I SMITH Charles Henry sarawax. oassea awav in van-iDassea awav Deaceiu v at couver January 10, 1993. Sur- home on January 1. 1993 at the vivea oy wue, i eresa; sons, age or osi years, h ineiime resi-Glenn and Randy; mother, Kee dent of Vancouver, he will be Ha; father, Sui Hua; sisters in sadly missed by his brother, Vancouver., Malaysia and Wilbur (Bill) and sister-in-law Brunei; other tamiiy in The Phil- Ruby, of Allison Lake, B.C.; sis-ippines. Funeral service Satur- ter, Doris; and nieces, Shirley day, January 16, 1 p.m. Holy and Carol. In accordance with Name Parish. Cambie. Funeral his wishes, no services will be arrangements through First held. Cremation. Memorial Services. . "Til later. Chas!' ROSELAWN CHAPEL 879-6821 I AVTI-IM CTIina lata vl Port Mnnriv nassed awav .Ian- SltWAHl CnarleS uary 12th. 1993, aged 83 years. l?na-pa?s,e?, awa7 al st ho ic inuinni. aiiTuiuori hu ho, Mary s Hospital, New Westmin- son Genrnn Lnrimnr I avtnn ster, January 13, 1993 after a (Cleo); 1 daughter, Carol short illness. Fondly remem-McGregor (Art Lehmani: 8 e,e.d by..his wife. Vivian grandchildren; 17 great-grand- aiJ97er- anory ana ner nus-?hiirf.on- s.icn 1 cioir D,,th band.LenMiller and their chil- White. Memorial service to he dren- Michael, Gordon and held Monday, January 18 at 2 rm,a; 80n- i and his wile, nm in c,nnirinn Ei.ii.i Unlee and their children. Church. 322 Hospital Street. Va!nv an0 Douglas; aiso sun- New Westminster. Pastor Hern J'? arg great-granacniioren officiating. In lieu of (lowers. t!!c0 e'. K,e. and Rylea: and donations to charity of vour Charhe s sisters. Mary Buchan choice would be aDoreciated. ana tna J-ogan. cnariie was REGIONAL FORECASTS January 16, 1993 High.. Low .... High Low .. High. Low High.. Low IflO a.m. 5:10 a.m. 11:10 a.m. 6:55 p.m. 12.2 feet 10.9 feet 15.3 feet 4.2 feet Sun rises 8:01 a.m.. sets 4:44 p.m. Moon rises 2:38 a.m., sets 1 1:44 a.m. sunny periods. Outflow winds wafer to -5 inland. Sunday, cloudy developing. High 5. Sunday, mostly with sunny periods. Low -2 along sunnv.Low-3.Hioh4. thecoastto-dinland. Vancouver, Victoria, Lower North Vancouver Island, West North Coast Tixtey.surrny with Fraser Valley, Sine Coast, Vancouver Island: Today, cloudy cloudy Outflow winds per- Ead VanauVer iSdTTy with sunny periods High 7akng ?ShJS&rSf cloudy with sunny periods. High 4. coast to 2 inland. Sunday, sunny ww Cnanteof flumes. Low -14. Sunday, mostly sunny. Low -5. wimcfwrJyrwtods.Lcwzeraalciig HlihrfcaHnltat.T:li High 4 coastto-5inland.High7oncoastto OoeenCMnWessTtirJay.cfoudy Whislfcr: Today, cloudy with 3inland. ... Srrtii' surmy periods. High -4. Sunday, teitralCoasltToday.sutinywfth KS( mosttysunny.Low-12.High-5. surwpriods.Gusixmwinds r. m!1iK, rkiweSounriTalay.rjtxidywim invalleysandinlefs.High4nearthe Jm 'Sv Sry doudv.Low-13.High-. Okanagan, Koofenay West: Today, mainly cloudy. High -5. Sunday, mainly cloudy. Low -10. High -5. Kootenay East Today, sunny with cloudy periods. High -1 1 . Sunday, sunny with cloudy periods. Low-20.High-ll. Columbia: Today, mainly sunny. Highs -8 to -16. Sunday, mainly sunny. Low -15 to -25. High -6 to -14. Qtricohn, Cariboo, Prince George Today, mainly sunny. Patchy ice fog. High -19. Sunday, mainly sunny. Low -24. High -14. Parsnip,BuHtlev Valfey, Hie Lakes: Today, mainly sunny. High -20. Sunday, Increasing douds. Low -25. High -15. Fort St. John:Today,doudy periods. Chance of flurry. Sunny in afternoon. Highs nearO, dropping to -7 late afternoon. Winds west 40. Tonight, a few clouds. Lows near -19. Winds lighter. Saturday, mainly sunny. Highs near -13. Winds light. Fort Nelson: Today, cloudy periods. Highs near -15. Winds light. Tonight, a few douds. Lows near -24. Winds light. Saturday, mainty sunny. Highs near -l 5. Winds light. January 17, 1993 2:45 a.m. 6:40 a.m. 11:55 a.m. 7:50 p.m. 13.1 feet 11.9 feet 14.8 feet 3.6 feet Sun rises 8:01 a.m., ' sets 4:45 p.m. Moon rises 3:48 p.m., sets 12:24 p.m. Temperature to 6 p.m.: High 4 Low -1 This date last year: High 10 Low 6 Precipitation to 4 p.m.: nil This date last year: 1.4 mm Total to date from Jan. 1: 11.4 mm Same period last year: 103 mm To date this month: 1 1.4 mm Same period last year: 103 mm ' Barometer at 6 a.m. today: 101.9 kpa (falling). OUTLOOK: Monday, mostly cloudy. Tuesday, mostly cloudy with showers. 101-2 I VW7 1 )miw Ma I - r A-Z1 tl Vs I rni A r wr-vF jot .6 ; I iff r-rince u XI'4 vGeorge) ' 1 i vV I -8-12 I r- i. . s. j I If r- f t V L ' X,-.-,Lk 1 WARM FRONT UPPER FRONT M01 V"'" t-S-J rj coTttt8smir3vTCTi'E-wi-ipiciir'r?.xct j ' ) P'fc -9-24 I02-4"" Edmonton -7-24 Calgary -Kelowna.. O A $LL Cranbrook Vancouver .ii.ib "v r 1 62 Seattle Georgia Strait: Northwesterlles five to 15 knots. Outlook (or 24 hours beyond ( pm. tonight; Light to moderate variables. Strait ol Juan de Fuca: Easterlies to nortfieasterlles five to 15 knots except rising to northeas-terlies to 20 knots near the eastern entrance. Outtook tor 24 hours beyond t p.m. tonight: Moderate easterlies. Queen Charlotte Sound: Easterlies five to ISknots. Outlook lor 24 hours beyond i pm tonight: Moderate easterlies. Dixon Entrance Eastern section: Easterlies five tolSknots with northeasterliesto 25knots through Portland inlet. Western section: Winds light. - Outtook (or 24 hours beyond I p.m. tonight: Eastern section: Moderate to strong northeaster-lies veering to strong southeaster-lies. Western section: Light winds rising to strong southeasterties. Newfoundland: Mostty cloudy. Canada Flurries over southern sections. " High-14northto-5south. Labrador: Cloudy with flurries Brandon,.... norm, increasing ciouo south. High Laigary -IBtO-IS. FAIR GOOD 1 The following air quality index readings were recorded at 6 am yesterday. The numbers in brackets are Thursday's highest readings, followed by the pollutant most resprjrsblefortfdav'srea(lirig(rlover25). Downtown Vancouver 13 (24); North Shore 18 (22); North Burnabv: 10 (181; Rkjimond: 13 (27 - fine parti); NE Sector I ; (21 ); Surrey:? Hi -fine partide); Pitt Meadows: 7 (27 - fine partkJe); Langley: 10(17); Wxwlsford: 10 W -oaxie); Chilliwack: na. Readings of 0-50, acceotat Rearjngs ot 50-100. oer-sons with heart or lung ailments should reduce prrysical activity. Readings of over 100, such persons should stay .indoors. NATIONAL FORECASTS Alberta: Mainly sunny. A few clouds in the southeast. Highs from -1 6 in the north to -4 in the south. Saskatchewan: Mainty sunny south with occasional cloudy periods far north. Hiahs from -10 south to-lBnorth. Manitoba: Sumy and windy. Highs -1 8 south and near -25 north. . Ontario: South, variable cloudiness. Flurries near Great Lakes. British Columbia Highs near -1. Central, mainly '""""" cloudy with isolated flumes. Highs near -4. North, variable cloudiness Comox. OBSERVED TEMPERATURES (Celsius) Charlottetown Churchill Edmonton.. Fredericton. Kenora.. Lefhbrioge Medicine Hat Montreal Ottawa Max. -17 -9 -11 -17 -17 -10 -11 -14 -20 -10 -9 -19 -12 -20 west.mainlydoudywithafewfiur- Cranbrook rieseast.Highs-8to-18. Fort Nelson ...... Quebec South, sunny periods Fort St. John , and a few flurries northwest. Else- Kamloops when; mainly sunny. Highs -5 to Mackenzie -10. North, snow arid blowing snow Penticton nwJamesBay.Elsewherecfoudy Prince George-. withlightsnow.Highs-IOIo-17. Prince Rupert . Maritime: Flurries In morning, Terrace sunny breaks In the afternoon. Victoria Hirts-Sinrtenorto-linttesouth. Williams Lake- Max. 3 -13 -16 -5 -12 -20 -7 -24 1 -14 4 -19 Peace River. Quebec City..., Regina St. John's 14 Min Saskatoon.....,.... 22 2 hunderBay 11 21 Toronto -4 22 Whitehorse. 11 16 Winnipeg 16 23 Yellowknife . 15 -24 7? Overseas j. Besting 1 ... Berlin 7 Mm Brussels 10 2 Buenos Aires 36 18 Copenhagen ,i. 5 -18 Helsinki 2 S Hong Kong 11 -23 Jerusalem 9 .1 Johannesburg..... 30 -22 London 13 -2 Madrid 15 -26 Manila 32 -13 Moscow 2 -13 New Delhi 21 -22 Paris 14 21 Riode Janeiro... 37 - Rome 15 , -1 Seoul 0 it Singapore 31 -25 Stockholm 2 -J Sydney 33 '' Taipei. 14 -?5 Tokyo 4 -18 Vienna 10 United States -10 19 Amsterdam 0 Athens.. -28 Bangkok Max. 9 14 33 Min 3 6 23 Chicago.. Dallas.. Max. -3 Denver 10 Kansas City -7 -7 5 Los Angeles 16 12 4 Miami 29 19 26 Minneapolis 4 21 2 New Orleans 24 8 0 New York 3 -1 9 Portland 3.0 5 San Francisco 14 6 14 Seattle 3 1 9 Spokane . 1 7 5 Washington 7 3 22 ) Resorts 7 Max. Min. Wea. 20 Acapulco. . 31 24 clear 5 Barbados 29 26 cloudy Bermuda. 25 18 cloudy 25 Havana 30 19 cloudy 0 Honolulu.. " 26 19 cloudy 22 Las Vegas.... 14 4 clear 11 'Mexico City.. 24 11 cloudy 3 Miami Beach 29 21 cloudy 1 Myrtle Bch... 13 4 clear . Nassau . 28 20 cloudy Orlando '18 14 cloudy Palm Springs 17 11 cloudy Min Phoenix. 18 12 rain 6 Reno 8 9 cloudy 7 Tampa.. 18 14 cloudy- 9 Trinidad . 31 21 cloudy SYMMERS may William passed away January 13. 1993. he hi De saaw missed by h s loving wife. Helen; sons. Stewart tEnrical. Richard, Rooert aid Mark (Elizabeth): daughters. Louise (Jackson) and Lynn; grandchildren. Christina. Erin, Jack and Scott. No service or flowers by request. Cremation. Hollyburn Funeral Home in care ol arrangements. VIHONEN Alma, on January 10. 1993. aged 98 years. Funeral service Tuesday. January 19. 9:30 a m . GLENHAVEN MEMORIAL CHAPEL. 1235 East Hastings St Interment Victory Memorial Park WALKER Gladys on January 13. 1993 aged 96 years. Survived by her brother. John; nieces, Mae, Audrey (John) Livland and Carole (Bruce) Partrick. No service at her request Arrangements through FIRST MEMORIAL FUNERAL SERVICES. WE"LLS (Parsonage) Mabel Frances of Vancouver. on January 14. 1993 at the age of 86 years. Predeceased by her first husband. Arthur and second husband. Donald. Lov- ngly survived by her daugh ters, Maureen, Theresa and son-in-law, Ron; 9 grandchildren, Michael (Liway). Greg, (Kim), Debbie (Neil), Lance (Kelly), Tamara (Neil), Mark (Lena). Lisa (Joe). Craia IVikkn and Brett, 10 great grandchildren and extended family, Don ijoan , baroara. uerry tneir children and grandchildren, 1 sister, Madge (Tony) and 1 brother. Chuck. She-will be sadly missed by family and many lite long friends. MomGrandma We love you. we'll miss you We'll always remember you Prayers will be offered Sunday. January 17 at 7 p.m. in St Stephen's Catholic Church (E. 24th St. at Mountain Hwy ) North Vancouver where mass of Christian burial will be celebrated by Father W. Kilty, Monday at 11 a m. Interment Moun tain View Cemetery. In lieu ol flowers donations may be made to the charity of one's choice. WILLIAMSON Steven James was born January 7, 1969 in Surrey, B.C. and passed away January 13, 1993. He was 24 years old. He leaves behind his mother, Bonnie; father, James: brother, Richard; and his very close friend, whom he loved very much. Maria; his Saternal grandparents, Liz and fait Williamson. Surrey; and maternal grandparents, Elizabeth and Wilt Lennox, Sardis. He also leaves many aunts, uncles, cousins and people who crossed his path. He gave help to those who needed nelp or guidance but could never ask for help himself. Steven is loved and will be sadly missed by all who knew him. Those who wish, may pay their espects Sunday, Januarv 17. between 1:00 and 3:30 p m. at Avalon Surrey Funeral Home, 13288 108th Ave., Surrey where the funeral service will oe heid Monday, January 18 at 11 a.m.. Rev. Cal Netterfield will offici ate. Cremation will follow. In ieu of flowers, donations to the charity of your choice. "FLY LIKE AN EAGLE" Avalon Surrey 581-4401 , 2 CARDS OF THANKS BRUCE BLAKELY We wish to thank Bruce's friends and colleagues for their generous contribution to V.G.H. in Bruce's name. We appreciate your supportive attendent and thoughtful condolences at Bruce's memorial service. ' from his family. 16 IN MEMORIAL To assist readers to prepare "In Memoriam" notices. We have prepared a booklet of some very appropriate verses. Write or phone for your copy. 736-2211:7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. born on December 31. 1912 in Lossiemouth. Scotland, came to Canada-with his family in 1927 and was involved in the tishmg industrv tor many years, latterly employed by the i-ienarmG uoEoarrn Hnarn in Harold, passed Msnaimn until ill hoalth fn,naH dWdV OtinUdlV ;. h c rat rcmon En rvmnn Th.r. imsj at me age ol je'S wishes, there willbe no to ne was Dorn rr service. Cremation. nytidtce, murinern COLUMBIA-BOWELL 521-4881 LEWIS , Ireland and in 1924 he came to Vancouver, where he has since resided. He was predeceased by his tirst wile, Susan Jane STRANIX Maxine passed awav in Hicnmona nospnai on January u. lyyjagea.years on January 15. 1950. Lovingly Survive'd by her sons. Robert remembered bv his wife. Mav. L.h ci,hJw ,ruD.ni ann 1 daughters Irene (Art) Cooke .grandson, Mike. No service by Shirley (Denis) Bacon, as wel ?eques, Cremation, Arrange- - a' "--a ments mrouan tne Memorial S' " . "' .f ...l. Society ot B.C. dren. Harold was emoloved for oyer. years wim d o t.ec- STUART - Bessie Dolena ir c-nyaro. nis long taiiniui ser- Juy 30, 1921 . January 14. 1993 M,f t . Z,m,bZJ n.Jn38' Burnabv hospital She is pre? tn0'!"?,1 5 Sn.5 deceasd by'her husband s?t' r.;". " : r """" Mantred in 199U. sne is sur. the frish Protestant Association L,uort h ho, 5 nh.wron- rw De lonq rememoerea. ne Dnn.'u.B it.,i ru was instrumental in the plan-T, SnHi ttt ian (Ca ny, heT KeT Angut Orange Hall in Vancouver. uai!ia'- .h ciio, Funeral service Monday. Jan- n. J.i.;ij.. y.J CHaWl OFrHIMFsmHARRnS EHo,: Frase SpencerKurt. aSnc 0rr,nS!',7.1R. Alyssa and Orin: relatives; X.'rft."' i.lY'"-???; many Iriends and former stu dl ruiieidi oervice iu ut; neio jarr rial rant. nun. oo iqqi at niif Aa United Church, 1600 Cliff, Bur naby. at 2 o.m. Cremation The family would like to thank Dr Rhodes, nurses and stall nt LEWIS Mariorie Winnitred Burnabv HosDita . esoecialiv Mary, born June 19. 1913. the Palliative Care Unit under passed awav early Januarv 11. the direction of Ann McKintuck 1993 She will be sadlv missed In lieu of flowers, donations oy ner lamuy ano tnose wno may De sent to burnaby ben- cdiiua nur ir ena. Mav ner sou erai Ka anvp L.am unn Imd peace vvnat inou lovest wen remains BARRON Ethel Marion. Loving wife and mother, passed away January 16, 1991. - Sadly missed by your loving husband Bill, dauahter Lisa. son V i c and his wife Jane, and grandchildren, Jamie, iwatnew ana Jessica. f You are always with us. ' MclNTOSH Donald John In loving memory of my husband who oassed awav January 16. 1988. Fond memories linger every day, Remembrance keeps him near. Sadly missed by his wife, Elsie. RORY Frank. In loving memory of my son who passed away January 16th, 1992. Wonderful memories woven in gold. These are the memories we tenderly hold. Deep in our hearts his memory is kept To love, to cherish and never forget. Always in our thoughts, love Mom, Grandpa, the family and Dani. 17 MEMORIAL GIFTS "7PP 'supports research, preven tion-awareness proqrams. and help for cancer patients and their families through worn done by tne B.C. Cancer Agency, the B.C. Cancer Foundation, and the Society. Please include name of deceased nameaddress of next of kin and nameaddress of donor for tax receipt, VISAMC accepted. 565 West 10th Ave. Vancouver, B.C. V5Z4J4 Tel: (604) 877-1100 1-800-663-2524 CANADIAN I lAnKWC SOCIETY u I s I' SOOFTC CANAOCNN6 DUCANCBt J

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