The Vancouver Sun from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on January 26, 1990 · 45
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The Vancouver Sun from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada · 45

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SECTION Mon. to Fri. 8:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. To place in person: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 736-2211 2250 Granville St. Vancouver, B.C. V6H-3G2 Garage Sales Classification 173 Wanted Miscellaneous Classification 174 Apartment Rentals Classification 300-313 Sals mti FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1990 ygHflMBBB If. , l THE VANCOUVER SUN Western Canada s Leading Newspaper Published every weekday and Saturday by Pacific P'ess Lid il-A Granville St V6H 3G2 732-2111 Norman R. Weitzel Advertising Director Nick Tataren Circulation Manager CIRCULATION INQUIRIES 736-2281 Phone Monday thru Saturday 8:00 a.m to 8:45 pin Sunday only 8 00 a.m to 1:30 p.m. Counter Service Monday thru Friday 8.30 a m to 4:30 p.m CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING 736-2211 Pnone Monday thru Friday 8:30 a.m to 9:00 p m. Counter Service 8.30 a m to 4:30 p m. Ot'ices closed Saturday and Sunday DISPLAY ADVERTISING Retail 732-2690 General 732-2513 Pnone Monday thru Friday 6:30 a m. to 5 00 p m Offices closed Saturday and Sunday EDITORIAL Niah! Phone after 9.00 P.M. Night City Editor 732-2445 ! BIRTHS To insert a Birth, Engagement. Marriage or Anniversary notice phone 736-2211 weekdays 8:30 a.m to 9:00 p.m. To Place Your Ad CALL 736-2211 MONDAY to FRIDAY 8:30 to 9:00 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 A Gift For You and Your Baby Announce your baby's birth in the birth notices of The Van couver Sun and The Province, and for just one insertion in each paper we'll fill $mL It s : u ; I $ ; . pwf s 'Q&Wi send you a certificate redeemable for a valuable Penaten Plus Gift Pack worth more than S25, containing products for your new baby and family. CLASSIFIED 736-2211 Official Baby Pac Redemption Centre C9 SAFEWAY BIRTHS To insert a Birth, Engagement, Marriage or Anniversary notice, phone 736-2211 weekdays 8:30 a.m. to 9:00 p m. AVILA Gabriel is pleased to announce the arrival ol his new baby brother, Mario da Palma, born January 23, 1990, al 12:16 p.m., weighing 7 lbs. 1 oz., at R.C.H. Proud parents are Frank and Betty and proud sixth time grandparents are Guil-nerme and Maria Avila and second time grandparents are Vergilio and Cristina da Palma. Baby and Mom are doing wonderfully. BLACKI6PAYTEN Stephen and Susan are pleased to announce the timely arrival of their second son. Shane Robert Blackie. at 0223 hours, January 18. 1990. weighing 6 lbs.. 9 ozs. Proud relatives are big brother Nolan, grandparents. Tony and Doris Blackie. of Sar-nia. Ont. and All and Anne Payten, of Calgary. DAVIS Grant and Sally nee Morton are thrilled to announce the birth of their son, Robert Wallace born January 19, 1990 at 1:26 a.m. weighing 8 lbs., 10 ozs., at Surrey Memorial Hospital. Proud Grandparents are Bob and ackie Morton of Cour-tenay and Eva Mills of Surrey. Special thanks to Dr. Crossley and Dr. Abraham and the great nurses in 3 East. Insured. GRIFFITHS Frank and Gwen are thrilled to announce the birth of their son. Kevin Edward, born January 24. 1990 weighing 7 lbs. Special thanks to Dr. W.D.S. Thomas and staff at Grace Hospital who are probably just as relieved as we are it s over! JEFFERV Bryce and Marianne are pleased to announce the birth of a baby sister to Coralie Beatrice, namely Tiffany Den-ise, 7 lbs., 10 ozs., born November 17, 1989 at Bur-naby General Hospital. KNOWLES Dennis and Doris are proud to announce the birth of their 3rd child, a son Alex Dennis, born on January 15. 1990, at 7:54 p.m., weighing 4 lb. 9 oz., at Grace Hospital. A baby brother tor Jennifer and Chelsea. Proud grandparents are Wendelin (Pablo) and Berlhy Bleiker. of Surrey and happy uncles and aunts are Earl, Carey and Ruby, of Surrey and Wendy, of Coquitlam. ! BIRTHS To insert a Birth. Engagement, Marriage or Anniversary notice, phone 736-2211 weekdays 8:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. McKENNA-SMALL Peter and Philippa are pleased to announce the birth of Tristan James on January 23, 1990. A brother for Michael. Proud grandparents are Olive Small, Vancouver; Wilf and Moira McKenna. Chateauguay, Quebec. Special thanks to the midwifery foam at Grace Hospital. MULLEN Ron and Colleen (Bailie) are delighted to announce the arrival of their precious and beautiful daughter, Andrea Bradley, born January 19. 1990 at 2:12 pm. weighing 5 lbs. 13 ozs. Proud grandparents are Margaret and Jim Bailie and Marion Mullen. Special thanks to Dr. Carpenter, cousin Pam and Grace Staff. MYLES Nolan and Kathryn (nee: Aubry) and big brother. Spencer happily announce the birth of Julian Taylor, born 6 28 a.m. January 15. 1990. weighing 7 lbs. 7 oz. Proud grandparents are Maxme and Leo Vuch of Peach-land. B, C and Jean and Nelson Aubry ol Thunder Bay, Ontario. Special thanks to Dr. Jonathan Cope and the wonderful nurses at Grace Hospital. QUAIL Kevin and Lorie are happy to announce the arrival of their daughter, Jillian Nicole. 8 lbs 1 oz.. on January 11. 1990, at Surrey Memorial Hospital. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. W. Sawatsky of Surrey and Mr. and Mrs. P. Ouail of Powell River. Special thanks to Dr. E. N. Russell and Dr. I. Abrahams YABLONSKI Duane and Bonnie are proud to announce the birth of their first child, Adam Victor born al Royal Columbian Hospital on Tuesday, January 23. 1990 weighing 7 lbs. 6 oz. His proud grandfather is Albert Yablonski. MARRIAGES KREZ CHALMERS Mr. & Mrs. Oavid Chalmers West Vancouver are happy announce the marriage Cynthia Mary Krez of Butt Wisconson. LISA, to their s Duncan Andrew Chalmers. The wedding took place January bin, iyau in Memorial urn Church. Vancouver. 7 ANNIVERSARIES C.B. is his name vina is his aame Golf is his sport ONE of his drinks is port To town he arrived in the fifties Red-headed. Fiesty and cool To C.A. he succumbed in the sixties Following courtship, fast cars, and school At counting his years C.B. has been shifty But he s now caught rus pais and passed hut We wish him the Best in his next test To see if his hair will make Sixty! HAPPY BIRTHDAY JIM WITH ALL MY LOVE VIVIAN 8 DEATHS BELL Fannv Jane loi time resident of Aldergrove passed away January 24. 1990 aqeo yi years, ourvtveo oy dauahters. Margaret McLaren Dorothy Haynes and Wmnifred Dickson; 2 sons. Gregory and Harvey: 12 grandchildren and it great-granocniioren. Memo-riafService was held Friday Januarv 26 in the Chaoel o FIRST MEMORIAL FUNERAL SERVICES. Abhotsford. Crema- tion. In lieu of flowers donations to the Diabetes Association would be appreciated. BENTLEY Rolland C. died on January 21, 1990 aged 85 survived oy nieces Bern dine. Shirley. Lorraine an Cathy; 4 nephews. Douglas Harvey, John and Raymond ho ) was a onatime Loaaei and Commercial Fisherman. P memorial service will be held at 1420 East 2nd Avenue. Vancouver (lounge) on Saturday January 27th. at 2 p.m. Dona tions may be made to a charity or choice. Arrangement through FIRST MtMORIA FUNERAL SERVICES. Brti-bbBa A( !? i 8S '&Stet,!SS)Smimm - V-"f r xs if M x-; :'M -Mi f n If m lilllfililfi I "'UJJM' U "I r v y . .. . kvv .i ""-w yWrn Edmonton COlOmONT iTATTOWfeHY FHOMT I Vfefct3& MM-.iM.-n. Jv,.i,,-,-,nri i...,,..,.,...r ,,t.,n,n:v.:,i-,,,,,.,.a.,'u mm j FOR SATURDAY: Showers. -p287-Tlr.. SYNOPSIS: Cloudy with soma sunny breaks as a ridge of high pressure drifts eastward from the Pacific. OUTLOOK: Cloudy with periods of rain Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. REGIONAL FORECASTS Greater Vancouver, Victoria: . Low tonight 3. Periods of rain at times mixed with snow. Windy. ' High 7. Probability of precipitation j 90 percent Saturday. Lower Fraser Valley: Low 3. 'Per iodsof rain possibly mixed with isnow. High 6. Probability of precipitation 100 percent. ' Howe Sound-Whistler: Low 3 on coast to 2 inland. Periods of rain on the coast and snow inland in the morning. High 7 along coast 3 inland. Probability of precipitation 90 per cent. East Vancouver Island, Sunshine Coast: Low 2. Periods of ' snow mixed with withrain. Windy. High t. Probability of precipitation 90 per cent. North and West Vancouver Island: Low 3. Periods of rain tapering to showers or flurries. Windy. High 7. Probability of precipitation 90 per cent. Norf hern mainland: Lowl on the coast to 4 inland. Periods of rain or snow on the coast. Snow inland. Windy. High 3 on the coast to 1 inland. Probability of precipitation 90 per cent. Queen Charlottes: Low 1. Periods of snow mixed with rain. Windy. High 3. Probability of precipitation 90 per cent. Fort Nelson: Low 28. Flurries developing. High 24. Probability of precipitation 70 per cent. Fort St. John: Low -25. Cloudy with light snow. High 20. Probability of precipitation 80 per cent. Thompson, Okanagan: Low 3. Cloudy with snow changing to flurries. High 4. Probability of precipitation 80 per cent. , Kootenay West: Low 3. Snow tapering to flurries by noon. High 3. Probability of precipitation 80 per cent. - Kootenay East, Columbia: Low 5. Snow tapering to flurries. High zero. Probabil ity of precipitation 90 percent. Chitcotin Cariboo, Central Interior: Low 7. Snow tapering to (lurries. Wmdy. High zero. Probability of precipitation 80 per cent. SOD 10 a.m. SKI REPORT WHISTLER: 687-6761 BLACKCOMB: 687-7507. 3 cm. new snow. Base 170 cm. Temp: -13 on the mountain, -1 0 in the valley. Hours are 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. MOUNT BAKER: 688-1595. No new snow. Base 297 cm. Temp: -7. Hours are 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. MOUNT WASHINGTON: 338-1515. No new snow. Base 1 32 cm. Temp: -5. Hours are 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. SEYMOUR: 986-3444. No new snow. Base 172 cm. Temp: -6. Hours are 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. CYPRESS: 926-6007. No new snow. Base 175 cm. Temp: -9. Hours are 8:30 a.m. to 1 1 p.m. MANNING PARK: 733-3586. 17 cm. of new snow. Base 1 58 cm. Temp: -12. Hours are 9 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. GROUSE: 986-6262. No new snow. Base 171 cm. Tem0: -7. Hours are 8:30 am to 1 1 P.m. HEMLOCK VALLEY: 520-6222. 20 of new snow in the past 24 hours. Base 104 cm. Temp: -5. Hours are Thursday to Saturday: 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Sunday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Quebec: Mainly cloudy in the south. Isolated flurries mixed with showers in the west. Occasional ram m the east. HighsOto 7. Snow in the north. Highs 1 4 to 6. Maritime: Rain and drizzle. Highstoll. Newfoundland: Rain. High 7 except 2 in the north. OBSERVED TEMPERATURES (Celsius) British Columbia CANADIAN FORECASTS Alberta: Clearing in the north. Highs 28 Flurries in central and southern areas. Temperatures to -8. Saskatchewan: Mainly cloudy. Scattered flurries m the south and occasional snow in the north. Highs -i to 2 in the south and -1 5 to -25 in the north. Manitoba: Variable cloudiness in the south Occasional snow in the nor. High from 0 in the south to 14infhe north. Ontario: Cloudy with sunny periods m the south, isolated morning flurries. Highs 2 to I Snow ending in the northwest, increasing cloud m the northeast. Higns 13 to 3inthenortn. Comox Cranbrook Fort Nelson Fort St. John Kamloops Mackenzie Perrficton Prince George Prfnce Rupert Revelsfoke Terrace Victoria Williams Lake Canada Max. 3 -20 -6 2 1 8 4 3 S -1 8 4 Halifax 3 1 Jasper 2 3 Kenora 9 14 Lethbridge...... 7 1 Medicine Hat 6 2 Montreal 4 8 Ottawa 3 0 Peace River II 18 OuebecCity 4 1 Regina 2 18 St. John's 2 -5 Saskatoon 0 13 Thunder Bay 7 18 Toronto 7 1 Whitehorse 15 -22 Winnipeg 9 13 Yellowknife 35 41 Overseas m Amsterdam i 4 Athens 15 4 Bangkok 32 22 Beiting 2 11 Berlin 10 7 Brussels 7 0 Buenos Aires 35 21 Copenhagen 4 4 Helsinki I 0 Hong Kong 18 t4 Jerusalem 10 4 Johannesburg 13 7 temperature: Hign low j This date last year: High 5 Low 2 Precipitation: 7.2 mm. This date last year: 3.6 mm. Total to date from Jan. 1: 155.8 mm. Same period last year: 140.6 mm. To date this month: 1 55.8 mm. Same period last year: 140.6 mm. Barometer at 6 a.m. today: 100.6 kpa (falling). Georgia Strait: Winds soufn-westerly 15-25knofs overnight. Outlook for 24 hours beyond I a.m. Saturday: Strong west to southwesterly winds. Strait of Juan de Fuea: Gale warning. Winds westerly 20-30 knots tonight. ' Outlook for 24 hours beyond 4 am Saturday: Strong to gale rorce westerly winds. Queen Charlotte Sound: Gale warning. Winds southwesterly 15-25 knots this morning, increasing to southeasterly 25 to gales 35 this evening. UnujnfcnTraTiceaeTrHe? tion; Gale warning. Winds south easterly 15-25 knots this after noon, increasing to 25 to gales 35 this evening. Winds easing over night to southwesterly 20-30 knots. Western section: Gale warning. Winds southeasterly 25 this afternoon with occasional gales 30 late this afternoon and evening. Winds shifting to westerly 20-30 knotsovernight. Outlook for 24 hours beyond i a.m. Saturday: Eastern section: Strong west to southwesterly winds. Western section: Strong westerly winds. 37 fAW GOOD Thefollowingairguality index readings were taken at 8 a.nn today The numbers in brackets are yesterday's highest readings, followed bv the pollutant most resHTi-ible for the day's reading (if over 25). Downtown Vancouver: 7(15); North Bjrnaby:7(12); CoquSiarp Port Coquitlam Port Moody: 11 (13); Central Surrev: 6(11); Richmond: 8(16). Readings of 0-50. acctotaole. Readings of 50-100, persons with heart or lui'ig a:mils shuuid reduce physical activity. Readings of over 1 00, such persons should stay indoors. TIDES AT ENGLISH BAY Jan. 27. 1990 High 6:55 a.m. 152 feet Low 12:20 p.m. 10.6 feet High. 5:05 p.m. 13.4 feet Low 12:05 am 2.3 feet Sun rises 7:50 am, sets 5:01 p.m. Moon rises 8:24 am. sets 6:26 pm o lew Jan. Full Feb. Mew Jan. 26 First Feb. 2 (3 frst Feb. Last Feb. 17 United States ; Lonoon Madrid Manila 1 Moscow . New Delhi Paris Rio de Janeiro t"'" Rome -3 Seoul ' Singapore 3 (Inrkhnlm Max. Akrt . -32 Brandon 11 Calgary 7 Chartottetown 3 0 Svdnev Churchill -20 -34 Edmonton 6 I m Vienna- Max. Mm Chicago 3 -4 Dallas 14 2 23 Denver 8 4 J .? Kansas City 2 -5 ?, Los Angeles 27 ,? Miami 29 V Minneapolis.., -2 V New Orleans 16 J, "" NewVork II 0 2 Portland ' 7 30 23 San Francisco 13 23 13 Seattle 8 ( 0 Sookane 6 e j Washington 13 Resorts Acapulco Barbados Bermuda Havana Honolulu.. I at Vpaat . JO Mexico City.. 23 Miami Beach - Myrtle Bch Nassau Orlando Palm Springs Phoenix Reno. Tampa Trinidad Max. Min. Wea. 32 25 cloudy 28 25 fair 24 23 fair 31 21 clear 27 23 cloudy 13 4 clear 26 7 cloudy 26 22 clear 21 16 cloudy 28 20 cloudy 29 17 cloudy 22 8 dear 23 6 fair 13 fair 27 16 rain 30 24 fair T DEATHS DEATHS CAR Barbara passed away peacefully in ner sleep on January 24, 1990. Predeceased bv her beloved husband Silves ter in 1982. She is survived by ner loving tamiiy, oaugnier rrancis iay, oaugnier ana sun-in-law Sylvia and Jim Frank, forth: 4 aranddauqhters Bar bara Marchen, Lenae Nicholson, Tory Ellis, Jackie Clance ana their husbands; 1 arandson Anthony Babich and his wife; 5 8rear.-granauaugnr.ers micoie, arlyn, Jaime, Kristen and Erin; 3 great-grandsons Sidney, Blake and Jared; and manv friends ana relatives in Yugo slavia, barbara uvea in van couver for over 60 vears Prayers will be Sunday, January 28th at 8:00 p.m. at Bell Funeral Home. Service will be held Monday. Januarv 29th at 9 00 a.m. at the Bell Funeral Home. 2746 E. Hastinas St. Van couver, followed by Mass at Our Lady of Sorrows. Interment at Ocean View Burial Park, 4000 Imperial St.. Burnaby. DIXON David Gordon Dixon, born February 16, 1952 in Kimberlev. B.C. and found freedom January t$, iyyu in me Kimberlev and District Hospital David is survived by his loving Mother. Vera: Brothers Chris iSusan) and Bob IDiana) of Langley. B.C. Sister Kathleen of Kimberley and their Families Also by a special lady Debbie Fairclough and Family Memorial Sertvce. Saturday. January 27th, 1990 at 2 00 P.M. from the Sacred Heart Catholic Church Kimbarlev Rev. John Dohertv officiating. Cremation. Those wisning to rememoer uaviu Dixon, may do so by donations to the Muscular Dystrophy Associafion of Canada, 1600 West 6th Ave. Suite 123. Van couver, B.C. V6J 1R3 or to the Kimberley and District Hospital I ariiRK Auxiliary co Kimharlev and District Hospital 260-4th Ave. Kimberlev. B.C. V1A 2R6. Arrangements entrusted to Mcpherson i-unerai service Cranbrook, B.C. 426-3132. MacWILLIAM Doris Louise MacWilliam nee Cogtiin passed to her peace in her 84th year on January 24, 1990 at Vernon Jubilee Hospital. Beloved wife and mother. Sui vived by her husband. John of Vernon: brother, Don Coghill of Surrey; sons. Reed of Burnaby, Neil of Abbotsford. Lvle of Ver non: daughter, Gail Miller of Coauitlam: 13 arandchildren; great-grandchildren; and 8 nephews and nieces. Born 1906 m Toronto and raised in south Vancouver, she attend Tecumseh Grade School and John Oliver High School. A well known elocutionist and grand gold medalist who performed with the Calvin Winters Orches tra. She served as President of the South Burnaby P.T.A. and was a member of the Coauitlam P.T.A. Memorial service will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, February 1, 1990 at the Como Lake unitea unurcn in uoquii- lam. MARCOLA Albert, on Jan uary 13. 1990 aaed 55 vea Funeral Service, Monday. Jan-uarv 29. 9 30 a.m. at GLENHA VEN MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 1235 East Hastings Street. Interment Mountain view oemeiery. MOFFAT Robert Graeme M.D., F.R.C.P. (C), D M.n Born in Coboura. Ontario 1908. passed away peacefully on Januarv 24. 1990 at Shaugh- nessy Hospital, A specialist of radiology, Dr. Moffat practiced in England and Canada. He was a major in the Canadian Army and a former associate director of the B.C. Cancer Insitute. He s survived bv his lovmq wife Dons Muriel (nee McLean) and sons by adoption, Mark ai Paul. A funeral service will be held on Thursday. Febuarv 1 2:30 p.m. in the Chapel of Ryer son United Church, 45th and Yew. Vancouver. Interment at Mountain View Cemetery. Gai den flowers appreciatec Arrangements through th Memorial oucieiy ui d.v. COCCI MAklhl Alu.3n,anl H.rhmnnrt B C Ifnrmorlu PAUL ftlDeri L,nari .,,,., 11 ,, . ,w, ,.,,, 1 (Bert) Dassed awav auietlv passed away on January 25, jr'0"'6 Hospital on January (990, at the aqe of 80. She will 25. 1990, in his 83rd year He is be sadly missed by her many survived oy aaugniers. frienas for her kindness Yvonne Edwards and husband thoughttulness and generosity. James and Norma Lee and Cremation. No service by husband Herbert; 6 grandchil-rpnuest dren, Pamela. Victoria. Melissa I anrt 3mac Eriuiarric and Datri. cia and Douglas Lee; also si ter. Pea Adcock; and friend caiduiidct ui. ,!, t-rances Lacnamore. iviemori .... a ..,,.. ..j ,,, service Saturday. January 27 S 1 &Z5L r,l7h'; 10 00 a.m. in the Boat Chapel JlneVs Win was born Seoterri- FIRST MEMORIAL FUNERAL be. ? U9I3S VanTuSrPB.C. SERVICES, 1505 Lillooet Road Survived by her loving husband Nor,h Vancouver. I friends so of 52 years Arnold: daughters, desire donations to the B.C. Anno n,r nf Vancouver Heart Foundation would be B.C., Lynn Robertson and son- aPPrecia,en , Jim nf Cnurtenav RC I 960-34S1 brother, Aurther; and sister-in- 'csLc..J".,,,"vu0 PAULDING -On January 24 a.j.. h urdMUinnu'en. amy, i r.. n 'j Debby. Geoff and Susan. She 'P"' KK : will also be sadly missed by 4 7??:-J real-grandchildren, Mike, !""'. ''" U,V'""'; . , r.-..i 1 .uu a Is sters. Surviving are hi ntiwna, raw anu iviTmene. n j n.n. , c,,- aI imil,. m.4 all UdUUIIICI DdlUCHa C1MU iJiatl ?.f.X. ...rfi u .v.. c.... son Stephen E.: arandchildren day, January 27, 1990 a. t p.m. Sandy and Brae I Maars: : many o" cf1Sn 7,n.1Jc'.m was a TFirsTworld War veteran! r.nnrrnau R C (118-81901 A enlisting with the King s Own S heu ol fiwers ,0 a fo?YL Lancaster Peg-rent Arrangements through the Vnn .hVji inva.,' Momnrlal nf U C and I-00. P:"2 . f "apet Ol ROYAL rst Memorial Funeral Ser- -""-""'; so desired donations to B.C, and Yukon Heart Foundation FINER - Theima Mae. of 0.ul?,bp,?r?fi -.... Surrey oassed awav Januarv nual ua"; numo" 25. 1990. in Surrey Memorial Hospital. Born May 1, 1925. she win oe saoiv misseo dv neri nnomTt n ;. 'UA.3 ha, FL'ence. aged 79. on January r" " "7 .: . 199U, at Surrey Memorial MRBnnAuB wrr nn Hospital. Survived and sadly u'Iu ?.!;uS9o.iifyi0S d by her husband, Bert Monday. January 29th at 2L .(!- c-n a,n p m. Interment Valley View c v orandson o.,k. orana. rtifnatnnc inHw ri rrVZZ daugh eT, Nicole, sister society gratetuny acceptea. Prui,e and w,le never v and 596-8866 man close relatives an Gone, dear wife, dear mother, gone forever. GEARY - On January 23 Ho". "e m,ss your smi"n imsu, Lome naroio uoary, or Rl .., . , .om.h.r 522-0711 White Rock, aged 74 years. Sur- N0nL on earth can ake vour vived by his loving wife. Kay; ron," eartn can ,aKe y01" daughter. Sheila McDowall, 4 h;.n hnmo ui -nro crtn I nrna- ctclor Ma7ol Roo. I , kk7.w ton:' and brother, Glen. Private L...e"'Sy,?.t, family service. No flowers by But your passing ha's en a . one mess The worid can never fill Memorial service to be held on GILLIS - Rebecca (Becky) ?.d'liJiS'iS Marqaret, suddenly on Januarv a,rL. !-hi 01177 ii roro 22, T990. Born Stornoway, Sas- Hwy Surev B c SerJ,ce loge katchewan on July 10 1924, conyducted Dy Rev. Peter Nl0. Survived by loving husband loc)( Wltn irite'rment ot ashes t0 maikuiiii. uauyi.101 0H0w. No flowers by request. David; sister Nora Crimp and ' M other relatives and Iriends Memorial service to be held at I ccdutcim im - isn the Unitarian Church ol Van- uary 23 , 990 died paceiuiiy "'nn .om . lanef a long struggle witn can-day, Januarv 29, at 2 00 pm. In l- orri hU hor cnn ;"v: ,V"7c j IL'avia ana ner Drotners. Joe and Len. Survived by her loving lamuy: nusoano. uerry: son Mike (Lori): grandchildren Kvle and Ian: sisters: Marian Clair and Edna; brother. Jack (Maisie); neices: Jennifer and Vivien Alan Hooertsi. ana great-nieces and nephews C. Heart Fund. GODWIN Ernest Herbert also known as Eric Godwin passed away on January 22nd, 1990. aaed 86 years old Funeral service to be held at many relatives and friends in First Memorial Funeral Ser- Liverpool and B C. Joan will be vices, 4725 Falaise Drive Vic- wen remembered by all; her toria. B.C. at 10 a m on Satur- nnAnnaCe md ho. hf.mnr u,.n day, January 27th, 1990 In lieu mssed. Prayers will be said of flowers, donations made to at 7 30 p.m. on Monday, Jan- li.c uiani) ui j i,mui.c. iuary m st. Hatrick s cnurcn. Maple Ridqe. followed by Mass of Catholic Burial at 11:00 am. Tuesday. Januarv 30. Interment uuuuit Kassea awaviai Maoie Hiaae iemeterv. January is. imhu at wnue mock. b.g. 1 nomas Haymona uooaie SEh-.: V2Z Jim and 1 1 Z SMITH- Anne Marie passed Goodie 2 granddaughters. Jes- S,"", ? '.iS? u ... sica arid Jenna; sister, Alice HfJ L Tr Gaudet: 3 brothers, Bill. George f"Z?liy?' Gn 'l and Edmond, Funeral service W S I be held Wednesday, jan- r,:y : : ' " h" :,T i rv 31 at 11 a.m. from the 9!!"rf"'e.f : fA'l'" Chapel of Victory Memorial li''lZ" .Zir l2i..a .2 Park. Cremation. In lieu of flow- r '"l" " ers donations may be made to ?"dJ '?22f.? SrllleJL tho rhanh of wnur choice Isonal request. Cremation In me Charity Ot your cnoice. Inaunfflnwors a rtnnalinn In tho , - . w . .w ., .v IUBC Library Fund would be ap preciated. HAMILTON Leah Mildred Januarv 18. 1990 at Lions Gate Hospital North Vancou ver in her luutn year Prede ceased bv her husband Frank 1966 Survived by her onlv oaugnier. uiana (Hninpi Love: qranddauqhter Patricia Pater- son: 2 great-grandchildren. No funeralby request Arrangements through FIRST MEMO RIAL FUNERAL SERVICES. 980-3451 HENNIGER Ezra Churchill 62 years, of Christina Lake ied suddenly Monday. Jan. 22 1990 at Grand Forks. Funeral service. 10 00 am., Saturday Jan. 27, 1990 at Toews Funeral Chapel. Grand Forks. Crema- Memonal contributions to Ezra C. Henmger Sports Schol- rshio Fund, co Box 2500 Grand Forks. B C. V0H 1H0. THURS8Y Svdnev John Ipassed away January 22. 1990 lm his 72nd year, after a brief ill ness. He was oorn in Vancou ver and served with the Canadian Air Force overseas during the Second World War. Survived by his loving wife Charlotte: and his only sister, Rita Peacock, her 2 sons, Daniel leffrev and Stephen: and his stepdaughter. Rena Goeders land stepson. Ed Elies. A memorial service will be held at Delta Funeral Home on Monday. January 29th at 2 p.m. Many thanks to the Nursing staff ot Burnaby Hospital. No flowers by request LEWIS Caroline Mary, on January 21. 1990 Predeceased ner oeioverj nusoana lliam John in 1987. She is rvtved by her very loving family, daughter and son-in- Meredith and Gerry Man- inq. granddaughters Madelyn ino Nancy. Cremation Private family service. In Leu of flowers donations to the Salvation rmy would be appreciated rranaements throuah First Memorial Funeral Services. TOFTEN Mathilde. late of Delta, born in Norway November 26th, 1906 Dassed away Janaury 23rd, 1990 Sheis survived by her son Gunnar and wife Jannette: 5 grandchildren, Vickie (Jamiel. Peter (Fjikki). Michael. Jodie, and Linda: 2 great-grandchildren Kellen and Daniel: 2 brothers. 2 sisters and many friends. There will be a memorial gathering at the home of Gunnar and Jannette. Saturday. January 27th. 2 p m - 4 p m. In heu of flowers donations to the Canadian Can- jeer Socety would be appreciated. For further information eqardtna the Memorial Gath ering please contact Avalon Surrey Funeral Home AVALON SURREY 581-4401 DEATHS TURBAYNE Lois Pamela passed away after a brief illness at the Calgary Genera Hospital on January 23. 1990 at tne age ot vi years, ane is sur-vived bv her niece E. Ann Han sen and her husband Erik and their dauahter Dana all ot North Vancouver, a Memorial aer vice will be held at the CAL GARY CREMATORIUM CHAPEL. 3219 4 Street N.W. (within Queen s Park Ceme tery) on Friday, January 26 at 11:00 a.m. In lieu of flowers, if friends desire, donations may be made to the charity ot the donors choice. Funeral and cremation arrangements entrusted to ualuahy UHfc MATORIUM and FUNERA SERVICES. Telephone i-ua-4rYr. WILSON Wilfred Andrew oassed awav peacefully Jan uary 25. 1990 in Surrey Memorial Hospital, aged 82 years. He m oe rememoerea oy nis iov-na familv. 1 son. Robert Wil liam and his wife. Jovce; 1 daughter, Dorothy Faye and ner nusDana, joe lacneua: c brothers, Stan, Ted. Norm Earl and Lawrence; 1 sister. Myrtle, 8 arandchildren; and 3 qreat- grandchildren: also numerous nieces, neohews, relatives and friends. Prayers will be said Friday January 26 at 7 p.m. from Our Lady of Sorrows Roman Catholic Church, 555 South Slocan St., Vancouver where Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Saturday. January it at a:ou a.m. Hever-end Father Joseph Ponti cele brant. Interment will follow in Valley View Memorial Gar dens. VALLEY VIEW 596-8866 YIP Mr. Fav Wind Yip passed away suaaeniy January 22nd, 1990 aged 59 years. He is survived bv his wife Janet; mother Nellie; sister Sue (Georqe ; sons, Byron Kathy Calvin and Anthony; and many relatives, i-unerai services to be held at Mount Pleasant Funeral Chapel, 306 East 11th Avenue (at Kingsway), 1 p.m Tuesday. January 30th. Inter ment at Ocean View Cemetery. n lieu of flowers donations to The Canadian Diabetic Asso iciation would be appreciated. 6 IN MEMORIAM To assist readers to prepare In Memoriam" notices. We have prepared a booklet of some very appropriate verses. Write or phone for your copy. rao-am; 8 3U a.m to m:uu c m JACKSON In loving mem ory of my dear husband Walter wno passea away i-eoruary a. 1973. I think ot Him in Silence His memory I will always keep. Always remembered, Flo. JOHNSON In loving and rono memories or a aear ana loving husband. Dad. and Papa, Jack who passed away January 26, 1983. You are always in our thouahts. Sadly missed by Eileen, Susan, Robbie, Lorna, Erin. Nathan, Lara, and Denny. VOLK In lovinq memorv of Pat. who passed away January 26. 1984. Days of sadness still come 0 er us Tears in silence often flow. Memory keeps you ever near us Thouah vou died 6 years ago. Ed & family 7 MEMORIAL GIFTS "Your Charity of Choice" B.C. AND YUKON HEART FOUNDATION 201-1212 West Broadway Vancouver V6H 3V2 Vancouver Heart line 736-4404 Wree Heart Line 1-80O663-7010 Maior Credit Cards Accepted Tour donation is Ui deductible 17 MEMORIAL GIFTS 27 CHILDREN'S FUUD FOUND it costs you homing out a i phone call to place a found , advertisement , The Surrey SPCA has found the following animals. These descriptions are general only.' Please state pet . dogs ; 249-Male Lab X, yellow 8 wht; wht Ilea collar, choke chain, adult. 20th & 184th St. 250, male Rotweiller, blk & tan, choke chain, 5800 blk 169th Sti 251-male Rotweiller. blk & tan; choke chain, adult, 5800 blk 169th St. 252-male Lab X. choo & wht. 10 weeks, 7400 blk 138th St. 253-fem Lab X. blk, 10 wksj 7400 blk 138th St. 258-mal Lab. blonde. '90 lie 73661 choke chain, adult. 141000 bIK Grovener Rd. 264-fem Golden Retiever, gold wwhite toes; choke chain, adult, 18900 blk The Sun's Children's Fund Society Box 5390 Vancouver. B.C. Donations made in honour or 88th Ave. 268-fem Healer X memoriam will be acknow- Border Collie, blk & wht, grey Ipilnpri with cards In runniente Invlon collar, blind, adult. 7609 and income tax receipts to King George Hwy. 271-male donors. Please include names Golden Retiever, gold, wearing and addresses ot recipient, narness. iotuu oik turn ve next of kin and donor. Brtfifli Coluntoeni OierJrerfs Hospital 272-fem Lab X, blk, 1 whits paw, older adult, found 13409 blk 17th Ave. 273-tem Terri Poo. black, arev on tail, thin brown leather collar, adult, 17600 blk 60th Ave. I CATS 97-fem short haired domestic: tortiseshell, adult, 10400 blk 18 FUNERAL DIRECTORS I? ?. 'ffhl ! 150,h St 98 & 102-short haired donation to the Children s domestic, black & orange. 4 Hospital, 4480 Oak Street, w)s, 10400 blk 160 St. 105-tem Vancouver B.C. V6H 3V4rf med haired aomeslic" tortls Acknowledgement cards and ch&u mnnn n?A c mnA-ia official receipts will be mailed snort' naired donlesj,Ci Dlack & as requested. whl. 3moi. 65000 bk 176th St 105-short haired & white, adult. 13400 blk Crescent Rd. 106-male short haired domestic, oranga Tabby, 8 wks, 12600 blk 9Bili Ave. 107- short haired domestic, fern, black & greyTabby. 8 wks, 12600 blk 98th Ave. 108- fem short haired domestic. black & silver, adult, found 9600 blk Kina Georae Hwv. 1 10-fem med haired domestic, tortise' shell, adult, wht flea collar, 6900blk 134th St. 111-fent. short haired domestic.oranga Tabby with wht, white flea col; lar, 4mos. 11800 blk 75A Ave.-If you have lost a pet in the Surrey area, please contact tha Surrey SPCA, 6706 152nd St Surrey. Call: 594-4343. j The Coquitlam SPCA has found the followina. these 2746 E. Hastings St. 253-4554 descriptions are general only. uogs: Bb, tern. Lao cross i er. Serving Vancouver and Lower Mainland Forest Lawn Funeral Home 299-7720 Mount Pleasant Funeral Home 876-2161 Ocean View Funeral Home 436-6688 First Memorial Funeral Services Vancouver 876-5585 North Van'cr. 980-3451 R0SELAWN CHAPEL Broadway-Commercial 879-6821 Bell Funeral Chapel rier blkwhf, 3 mo's, 33 David. 90, fern. Lab cross, gold. choke chain, 4 mo's, ClarkeSmith. 119, male Ger man Shephard, blktan, choke Hamilton Mortuary 38th Ave. 8 Fraser 324-3851 Valley View Funeral Home, & Memorial Gardens 14660-72 Ave. 596-8866 chain. Cape Horn Interchanqe. nalu Fnnorai Hnms 103, fem. Spitz cross, blk. red in Inrtononrfont Family Firm InylOn Collar, !tUU IMngSWay. K J. . . - ' . liilld lorn I ah t ma: hlU leairier uoiiar. ro&ierounuui House. Cats: 66. fem. Persian COLUMBIA FUNERAL CHAPEL 520 McDonald NewWest'r 521-4881 (24 hrs.) HOLLYBURN FUNERAL HOME McKenzie Family 24 hours North Shore 922- 1 221 Kearnev Funeral Services 1096 W. Broadway Vancouver rab-ubB 14 nrs.) Burnabv Funeral Directors 4 hrs. 2 9 8 - 2 5 2 5 Avalon-Surrev Funeral Homes JOSH lUbthftve. SB1-14U1 cross Tabby, greywht. 4-6 mo s. 14 biinor. ffu. rernaie Tabby, blktan, wht flee collar, empty brass barrel. Vic-tona'Park. 74 neut. male Persian cross Tabby, blktan, 200 Cayer. 75, tern, domestic short hair, blk. red vinyl collar, 4-5 mo's, 2700 St. Micheal. 76, male Persian cross, blkwht, 8 wks. 2700 St. Micheal. Please contact at 464-8470. The SPCA hospital has found Richmond Funeral Home the followina; these descrio- 8420 Cambie Rd Rch 273-3748 tions are general only: Brus sels uririon, oik, wwnne on chest wearing a blk. studded couar, tern, young aaun rouna in me ouu oiock noyai more Ave. Richmond. Lab, blk, fem. old adult wearing brown nylon collar found at Park & Harris in Maple Ridge Poodle cross, blk male neutered, adult found in the 8700 block Garden Grove, wearing a brown leather collar. Domestic lona haired, brown tabby, fem. bwtn 6 mos & 1 yr. 22 CEMETERIES Companion crypt. Forest Lawn facing soutn. sisuu. 23 CREMATORIUMS VANCOUVER CREMATORIUM Calf Direct for Funeral Services 5505 Fraser. 325-8251 26 LOST Jan 21. am. Stanley Park & found in the 4500 block. Roch- Bayshore Hotel, 1 black leather ester. Coquitlam. Domestic belt Scottish crest buckle. 1 short hair arev S white 6n Scottish dress knife. 526-0351. Ichest, male neutered adult Black LabCollie X, nr. Dewd- pound at Royene & Frome, fi. ney Trk.McKechme Rd., Pitt Vane. For further into, please Mead Jan.23, reward. 465-7363 contact 1205 E. 7th Ave. or call ora-jor i. - Lost Mon's glasses bi-focals, Vancouver area, reward phone SJb-UUBl The Richmond SPCA has found the following these Small white tern, cat (no tail) 2, . " .7. lost Jan. 18th vic. Main's 27th. KA Rn'y'Sd' Call 872-7428 malo?' firiHin hit hlk ctnrtrtort collar', adult.' 3700 blk Royal More ffoo. tern, pin bum cross ab. brindle. leather collar. adult, 5000 blk, Garden City. 89. male Shephard cross. Jan. 13, Station Square prkg lot. Native silver oraceiet newara, sentimental value. 583-6747 Cancer Research gift to the B.C. Cancer Foundation in memory of a lend or loved one sup ports the research ot 200 scientists and technicians t the B.C. Cancer Research Centre and the Cancer Control Agency of C. All donations remain B.C. to help the people of our Province. The B.C. Cancer Foundation 601 West 10th Avenue Vancouver, B C. V5Z 1L3 Brandi", orange male tabby, 14 lbs. no front claws timid 8thOak 444-4666; pgr 735-2111 Young male tabby, blk. S brown, vie. of Discovery15th. dii-iist or ais-ius. iiewara. Alaskan Malamute. 6 mos Irl fm I nt Frlmnnrl.1 mrh iraywhite. no collar. 525-5294 tampm, triune unain, itamor Lqe. fem. cat. qrev wpeach & 'c,..h ,m d.i,' tfzi white, since Jan. 20. 99th124th tner'm(0 on tnese dogSi w w touno cats, can iii-'alM. The Delta S.P.C.A. has found the following animals These descriptions are general only. uoqs. 63 male, Lao K. Iblackwhite. 7400 blk Barfv- more, young adit, 68 male Collie X, tanwhite. 6000 blk 4bth A Ave., young adit. Lata. DLH Torti female, 11200 blk 88th A Ave. If you have lost a pet.ih the Delta area, please contact the Delta S.P.C.A. at 7450 80th St or 946-7848 The S.P.C.A. Hospital has found the following. These descriptions are general only. DSH brown tabbv & whiMf. neutered male, tattoo in right ear. Triumph & Lakewood Dr., i t.rr.'.u nrA.wnronna iLt.&n. DiacK. rem. wDierceo ivaia.iiaii .. .. ... female cat. Burnaby area It 'eft ear. New Westminster bKy- foung piease pn, ftiyx b4-itoj v --j - - " " - Twindsurfina rig, red sail boom and mast. Reward. 731-6755 Bassett Hound, male, white & brown. Richmond area. Reward. 277-7710. Electrolux upright vacuum, ibou block west btn Ave. Call 733-4514 Lqe. white doa warev ear. ike St Bernard nameSDike. N. van. Hewara 9Bb-ba4. Ladies aold Seiko watch on li7nnKii. imAu Qrrirf' I IIUCIJ, Idl-i 1.1 h?t.l linCommercial. 255-7045 THE BRITISH COLUMBIA LIONS SOCIETY FOR CRIPPLED CHILDREN 300- 177 West 7th Ave Vancouver B C.V5Y 1K5 (6041 873-1865 The B.C. Lions Society provides al services to disabled children throughout B.C. A car- nq, inouqnnui way ro remem ber is with an "IN MEMORIAM' Include with the donation. the name of the deceased, the name and address of the per son to whom acknowledgement jshould be sent and the name land address of the donor for ncome tax purposes. Jan 15. Georgia & Bute, small 9 I mo. lem cat. black s wnite. Reward. 685-01 1 2 leave msg Please contact 1205 E. 71h Av4. or 879-3571 J Missing since Jan 18. F Sia mese cat nnMima area 275-7547, 222-3769 Lost or found a cat? .f Call CAT FIND 538-2287 Free computerized service by the Vancouver Humane Society ' Young black & brown short nair wm rannu I ann ou nrani rh.r.r.'.l Inmln r-i. Im4 I . . . . .... , , . ui otluoi uio icn a c Lai u no .icrwi ma n ninnn uan inu ntheviC. OfChamDlainHeiahtS hlark ehnrl hair Whilo Bnr 435-0934 lino black 8 brown wwhtfe 2 keys gold S silver with oval markings. Maine Coon cat? black & gold tag. Downtown I Point Grey area These cats are Vane area. Reward 253-0883 la tew or our recent nnas Reward diamond ring Newton The SPCA Hospital has found wave pool Jan 22 fam change the following these descrtg-rm. sentimental value 597-0474 tions are general only; ; 3vr. old black, fem. cat. 26th kaDj Ja" nJ'e..onn & Manitoba. Jan 19th Reward! Lry"3 Z,o ?CS'.2S 876-8283: 879-3459 "''T: 'ZS Male Seal Pt. Siamese, tat- nik. 5 mos.. at 3100 blk Dollaf- too, substantial reward. Fraser h0n Hwy. NVan. For further & Broadway Jan9, 876-9980 into, please contact 1205 E. 7ffi Reward! Adult female grey Ave , Van, or call 879-3571 fluffy tabby cat. Dec. 23. Mus- iqueam area, Vane. 261-0081 27 FOUND It costs you nothing but a phone call to place a found advertisement. The Vancouver SPCA ha- found the following These descriptions are general only 166-1em Terri-Poo. bfk wsome wht wh'te flea co'iat beige nytoncollar. puppy, 31QC oik w ism me aiso nave sen- nadian Cancer Society. B C. & Yukon, supports rcfi education, and patient services. Tax receipts sued ror oonanons. wan Its to 565 West 10th Ave Van V5Z 4J4. 677-1100. Pis include name of person hon ed, or deceased, ana address of next-of-kin for acknowledgement cards The North Van. S PC A. has era! stray cats. For further ink) Ifound the following animals please call 879-7721 these descriptions are general only 61 tern.. Lab X. black young adult no ID 58 spayed 'em Poodle X bchnauzer, grey no ID. adult. For further into. please contact the North Van. SPCA at 988-7484 Lqe young male doa Surrey area tan w, darker face & tail, possibly Shepherd, Golden Lab or St Bernard X. very genrte. trained. 534-5512: 534-5911 '-. Golden Lab. male, adult, fount) L.' . . . . rzz -n . ill ju 'er a'ca. dwiia I inunui ?t ty,, ,n,r ago Needs good home Loves a.: '"u outdoor activities 574-0034 V West Side) Call 931-2964 Found, young male ginger cat. Near nupencucua 438-4791 loutdoor activ In Tsaw. area. Collie cross Item. 1-2 yrs old Choke chain. very rnenaiy a affectionate, well trained 943-0348 white, male r , i,,M.. I .3IIK1M, yUUMU, rui duuunuii. tiuiiy vioiiuc Dinnh. 0 no,.Urort male rat alio "T""? ' " other adult cais i.l. 263-5468 '"na Ja" ,Ja- Adult male cat. Persian. orange colour, vie. 4954 Victoria Dr. 327-0663. Found Jan 12. fem Siamese cat, beigedark brown mark- ngs. vie barciay at. tmv-nevj For adootion. loe Manx-tvoe black S white neutered male cat. 2 yrs. 263-5468 - 2 seoarate kevs found cor 6th Ave1 1th St New West. Sat. Jan. 20 PM 524-4161. , Fiat car key by the Henry Tortoise sheil kitten. Januarv I.. J:. l.Z'L 17, 122 in vicinity of McCallan 4 l""-" ' Z3?''"'0'"" River Rd Richmond 270-3208 Jeff I found your wristband Sund morning Jan 21. prkg. lot at Port Moody Inn 461-4178 on Jan. 24th 731-1688 Younq fem. calico cat. vie Marmont & Delestre. Coq , Jan. 16. 939-2097 Woman's ring at Burnaby L "a'' WM" Jan uimio r.inh nrkS im Ph BaJ Pis ph 8'9-J617 291-6045. Pair of men s tortoise shell glasses black case. West 38 & rtanace 261-3J. Found University Blvd. bus- stop, com purse containing keys 224-6653. Watch on W. 41st. Jan. 25. ICall 325-3519 Ladies watch Arbutus Snoo- ping Center. 733-8962 Black k'tten red collar, N Side Poco He s at the Coq SPCA. One kev found on Hastings St Bridge Jan 23rd 255-2-ijj Why store it and forget if Sell it wth ClasS'frerl 736-22'1. r

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