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I I Trucks Vans Classification 411. 412. 413 SECTION IID TRUCKS Miscellaneous for Sale Including Hobbies, Crafts Sporting Goods Classifications 122-170 FOR SALE mm WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1989 nil i 1 1 18 FUNERAL DIRECTORS DEATHS DEATHS DEATHS 27 FOUND It costs you nothing but a phone call to place a found 2 BIRTHS To insert a Birth, Engagement, Marriage or Anniversary notice, phone 736-2211 weekdays 8:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. 2 BIRTHS To Insert a Birth, Engagement, Marriage or Anniversary notice, pnone 736-2211 weekdays 8:30 a.m.

to 9:00 p.m. births To insert a Birth, Engagement, Marriage or Anniversary notice, phone 736-2211 weekdays 8:30 a to 9 00 a.m. THE VANCOUVER SUN Western Canada Leading Newspaper Published every weekday and Saturday by Pacific Press Ltd. 2250 Granville St. V6H3G2 732-2111 CIRCULATION INQUIRIES 736-2281 Phone Monday thru Saturday 6:00 a.m.

to 8:45 p.m. 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 Phone Monday thru Friday 8:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Counter Service 8:30 am. to 4:30 m. Offices closed Saturday and Sunday DISPLAY ADVERTISING Retail 732-2690 General 732-2513 Phone Monday thru Friday 8:30 a to 5:00 p.m.

Offices closed Saturday and Sunday EDITORIAL Night Phone after 9.00 P.M. Night City Editor 732-2445 i -i- i CHESSA Brett and Karen are happy to announce the birth of their first child Brittni Shantel July 6, 1989 at 3:13 a.m. weighing 8 lbs 3 ozs. She is welcomed home by her proud grandparents, Vince and Una Chessa and Bob and Marlene Jennings. A Gift For You and Your Baby Announce your baby's birth in the birth notices of The Vancouver Sun and The Province, and (or just one insertion in each paper we'll MM.

send you a certiticate. redeemable tor a valuabale Penaten Plus Gift Pack worth more than $30, containing products for your new baby and family. CLASSIFIED 736-2211 Purrs STOREY Bill, Margot and big brother William welcome with love, a beautiful daughter, Pauline Elizabeth Taylor Storey, born July 10, 1989 at 3:45 a.m. Proud grandparents are Paule Taylor of Magh-erafelt, Northern Ireland and Betty Storey of Vancouver. Special thanks to Drs.

Garrey and Racette and all the staff at St. Paul's. WEBER Manfred and Tessa welcome with love Stefan Lawrence, born June 23, 1989, at 7:25 a.m., weighing 9 lbs. 2 ozs. Proud grandparents.

Irene and Lawrence Kothuber, and Christl Weber. Thanks to Dr. Joan Shkwarok, Dr. Cronhelm and attending staff at Grace Hospital. 4 ENGAGEMENTS Dew MacNeil We are pleased to announce the engagement of Cynthia Eleanor, daughter of Robert and Margaret Dew of Richmond, to Terrv James, son of Don and Nettie MacNeil of North Delta.

The wedding wii take place in April 1990. 6 MARRIAGES MARSHALL LIGHTBODY John and Alicia Marshall of Vancouver are happy to announce the marriage of their daughter, Linda Alicia to Lieutenant Ian (Canadian Armed Forces), son of William and Glenda Lightbody, of Trinidad and Tobago, at St. Anthony's tnurcn, west Vancouver, on July 8, 1989. 7 ANNIVERSARY 72 FO-Tfc Our "Big Nichol Girl of 59 Turned into our tiniest Valentine. Happy 30th Birthday Kelley Love from Mom and Dad and The Other 4 Pennies HAPPY 50TH ANNIVERSARY ALBERT AND ARLINE BREDO Married in Haynes.

Alberta, July 12, 1939. now residing in Coquitlam. We love you Ken, Joyce and Jen Lyn. DRUMMOND Steven, Sheila and brother Russell are thrilled to announce the arrival of Cameron Gordon, born July 1, 1989 at 5:15 a.m., weighing 6 7 ozs. Excited grandparents Mr.

and Mrs. Barry Drummond and Great-Grandfather Cliff Drummond. Special thanks to Dr. Perry, Dr. Thomas and the nurses at Lions Gate Hospital.

HOPKINS Brian and Jacqueline and big sisters, Kristy and Korie welcome with love the arrival of Chanton Reil, born on July 4, 1989, at 4:54 p.m., weighing 7 3 ozs. Special thanks to the staff at Grace Hospital. MARSHALL Brian and Ruth (nee Ingram) wish to announce the arrival of Matthew Derek, born July 5, 1989 at 6:13 a.m. Proud grandparents are Lyall and Em Marshall of Edmonton, and Cy and Ida Ingram of Richmond. JtiABcyl PENNINGTON Bruce and Janelle are proud to announce the birth of their son, Andrew Michael on June 19, 1989, at 3:45 p.m.

weighing 9 lbs. 11 ozs. Proud grandparents are Joyce and Bill Pennington, Melva Nord and great-grandmother, Ida Nord. REELIE Joe and Brenda (nee Johnson) are very proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Breanne Nicole, 8 lbs. 6 ozs.

born July 3, 1989 at 8:57 p.m. Seventh grandchild lor Lome and Pat Reelie of Coquitlam. Second grandchild lor Larry and Dianne Johnson of Burnaby. Special thanks to the nurses and staff at Burnaby Hospital. VI To Place Your Ad CALL 736-2211 MONDAY to FRIDAY 8:30 to 9:00 p.m.

counter Set- vice for ad placement and box replies 8:30 a.m. tol 4:30 p.m. TURN TO CLASSIFICATION INDEX ON NEXT PAGE FOR THURSDAY: Cloudy. i -I nnn-n; I -r 1. 'j J' 'r TTTTTi 'tr-! 'v SYNOPSIS: Cloudy with afternoon sunny periods.

Chance of a shower. OUTLOOK: Mostly sunny Friday. Saturday mostly cloudy. Sunday mostly sunny. BAKER On July 10.

1989, Ellen (Nellie) Baker of Burnaby and tormeriy oi aasxatoon, aged 86 years, survived by her neohews. Ernie and Bob Tur- nefi; her nieces, Joan McAdie and Mary Turnell. Funeral service will be held Friday, July 14th, at 2:00 p.m. in the Boal Chapel ot HHsr MtMUHiAL FUNERAL SERVICES 1505 Lil-looet Rd. North Vancouver.

Cremation. In lieu of flowers donations to the charity of donor choice wouia oa appre ciated. 980-3451 BEYNON On Julv 8. 1989, David Rees Beynon of Vancouver, aged 79 years. Prede-rpaqpri hv his wife Eva in 1986.

Survived by his son, David; 3 daughters, Joyce. Eleanor and Betfy; t1 grandchildren; 4 great-granocniioren; i sisters, Glarivs and Marv: 1 brother. Harold. Funeral service, Satur day, July 15, 1989, at p.m. trom MMIVIIL I UN jr VMIV COUVER, (38th and Fraser) Rbu Dennis Moroan officiatina followed by cremation.

In lieu ol flowers, donations in his name to the Port Alberni West Coast Hospital, Attention Mr. Ridalls would be appreciated. BUCKEE Olive on satuday, Julv 1989 aoed 69 years of White Rock B.C. Predeceased bv her lov ing nusoana, Len, ourvivea oy daughters, Jan and husband Lynn McArthur, Maureen and Collin Ashton and by her son Norm also surviveo oy grana-children and many friends Funeral service Thursday, Julv 13. 3:00 p.m.

in the chapel of HAMILIUIN Of VWMOUUVEtl 5390 Fraser St. (at 38th Ave.) van. Mevereno nicnara nerge-sheimer officiating. Cremation, Flowers aratefullv declined donations to the charity of your choice would De appreciateo HAMILTON'S OF VANCOUVER 324-3851 Edmonton Crantrock "261 Queen Charlotte Sound: Winds variable five to 15 knots. Outlook tor 24 hours beyond i Thursday: Lightto moderate variablewinds.

Dixon Entrance: Winds vari-ablefivetolSknots. Outlook tor 24 hours bevond a.m. Thursday: Light to moderate variablewinds. BAY July 13, 1989 July 2i Full July 18 Last July 25 New August 1 First August 9 I DEATHS MAYALL On Monday, July 10, 1989. John Mayall, aged 79 years of Vancouver.

Survived by his loving family, 1 niece Hilda Huffman of Saskatche wan; 5 nephews Don ot Edmonton, Dave of Saskatchewan. Raloh and Joe of New Westmin ster, Gordon of Mission; 1 sister-in-law, Nellie Mayall of New Westminster. Memorial service will be held Tuesday, July 18th at 2:00 p.m. in the chapel of FIRST MEMORIAL FUNERAL SERVICES. 602 Kingsway (at Fraser), Vancouver.

Cremation. McAUGHTRIE Donald, at home on South Pender July 10, 1989, age 57. Survived by his loving wife, Joy; son, iwvin, aaugniers, i erne ana Heather; granddaughters Jennie and Naomi: and beloved aunt, Anne. Family and close rnenas garnering in remembrance at his home, 2 p.m., Friday, July 14. Flowers gratefully declined in favor of donations to the Whale Centre, co Dr.

J. Darling, Tofino, B.C. McCORMICK Rose Man passed away peacefully on July 10, 1989, at the age of 76. Pre deceased oy ner beloved nus-band John Albert in 1972. She will be sadly missed and always remembered by her loving family: Margaret and Fred; Maureen and Leon; 5 great-nieces; 4 great-nephews; 3 areat-oreat-nifices: 1 areat- great-nephew; cousins, Peggy MacKenzie and Albert Pearce and their families.

Also many, many dear friends. Flowers gratefully declined. There will a a service of remembrance on Thursday, July 13, at 11:30 a.m. ai me Vancouver crematorium Chapel, 55(55 Fraser Vancouver, B.C. 325-8251 MESPLIER On July 5, 1989.

Doctor Eric Mesplier, aged 45 years ol Vancouver, B.C. He is survived by his family in France and many friends in Vancouver. Private arrangements through ROSELAWN FUNERAL CHAPEL. NELSON -Samuel John on fto March 29, 1989. "JB late of Vancouver, aged 71 years.

Funeral service will be held on Thursday, July 13, at 2:15 p.m. in the ARMSTRONG FUNERAL CHAPEL 304 Dunlevy Vancouver. Rev. A. Dixon officiating.

Interment Forest Lawn Memorial Park. POUNDER Judith Ann, away July 7, 1989, at he Health sciences Center, U.B.C. Survived by her loving husband, Robert; parents Ella and Donald Nicholl; sister Linda and brother David of Edmonton, Alberta. Memorial service was neio Monday, -Jul' 10. 1989.

in the U.B.C. Chapel conducted by Rev. J. Bowman. Arranaements throuah FIRST MEMORIAL FUNERAL SER VICES.

876-5585 RICHMOND Hector Allan P.F., died July 9, 1989 in Nanaimo Hospital. Survived by his wire, vi; 1 oaugmer, uonnieano family. Memorial service will be held Friday, July 14 at 2:30 p.m. in the Chapel of First Memorial t-unerai services, 2417 Cedar Warren Bruleigh officiating. In lieu of tlowers donations may be made to the City of Nanaimo in trust for the Nanaimo and District Harbour Front Centre Society.

Arrangements through the Memorial Society of B.C. ano i-irsi Memorial runerai Services. FIRST MEMORIAL SCODELLER Italo passed away July 10. 1989 aged 65 years, survivea oy nis loving family, wife Genoveffa: son Danny and wife Ellen; daughter Carla and husband David; 2 brothers Dante and wife Severina of Vancouver and Tony in Argentina; 3 sisters Ita la. Loretta and Mirella in Italy; 1 arandson Damion: rela tives and friends.

Italo was an active member for many years in the Famee-Furlane. Prayers will be said Wednesday July 12th at 8:15 p.m. in Our Lady of Sorrows Church, 555 S. Slocan Vancouver where Mass of Christian Burial will be cele brated Thursday July 13th at 10:00 a.m. Fathers of St.

Charles Celebrant. Interment Ocean View cemetery, Burn- bay. In lieu of flowers donations to si. Vincent nospnai Foundation. 749 W.

33rd Van couver B.C. V5Z 2K4, would be appreciated. SEMMENS Hazel Rachel peacefully on July 8, 1989 at Lion's Gate Hospital, after a short illness. She will be loved and remembered always by her husband Eric; daughters Sylvia. Cathy and Terri; grand- cnnaren Linosay, ocou ana Connor; brother Donald; and sister Alberta.

Hazel was well known in teaching circles on the North Shore and had recently retired from teachina at the YMCA College in West Vancouver, ner Kino nean ana love for life will be missed by all who knew her. Service to be held at St. Clement's Anglican Church, 3400 Institute Road in North Vancouver on Thursday, July 13 at 2 p.m. In lieu of flowers, remembrance donations may be made to the Cancer (Leukemia) Society. SODERMAN Isabelle naarpfu nasRRd awav on Ju 9, 1989, at the age of 67 years.

sne is surviveo oy ner loving husband Herb: children and grandchildren. Prayers will be held on Thursday evening. July 13. at p.m., at uur Laay ot Mercy Roman Catholic Church. 7455 10th Burnaby.

Mass of the Resurrection will be held on Friday. July 14th, at 11 a.m.. at Our Lady of Mercy Roman Catholic Cnurch with Father Bileski celebrant. In lieu of flowers, friends so wishing, may make a donation to the Canadian Cancer Society. FOREST LAWN FUNERAL HOME entrusted with arrangements.

itia-rriu TESTAR Passed awav in hospital on July 10, 1989, Janet Ruth Testar, age 75 years of Burnaby. B.C. Mrs. Testar is survived by her loving family, daughter, Mrs. Melody Carter and ner husband.

Stan; granddaughters. Mrs. Julie Duncan and Mrs. Jenifer Reinhardt: 2 great-grandsons: sister, Mrs. Mary Anne Taylor: brother, Ronald Cross.

A Memorial Service will be held on Friday. July 14 at 2 00 at St. Albans Anglican Church, 7717-19th Avenue. Burnaby. Rev.

Eric Lowe officiating. Cremation. Burnaby Funeral Directors in care of arrangements. In lieu of nowers oonapons io ine cancer Fund would be appreciated. ATKINS Irene.

Passed away Sunday July 9. 1989 in Richmond, aaed 71 years. Pre deceased by her loving husband. Jack in 1987. Survived by her loving sons.

Gary and Kenneth; sisters, Edna May Keefe of Edmonton, Phyllis Bettschen of Richmond; also step-daughters Joanne Mayheaux of Surrey. Camille Mitchell of Powell River. Memorial Service to be held Thursday July 13 at 2 pm in the chapel of the RICHMOND FUNERAL HOME, 8420 Cambie Richmond. Cremation Flowers gratefully declined. Donations in Irene's memory may be made to the B.C.

Heart Fund. 273-3748 8 A 1fo Rupert Serving Vancouver and Lower Mainland Forest Lawn Funeral Home 299-7720 Mount Pleasant Funeral Home 876-2161 Ocean View Funeral Home 435-6688 First Memorial Funeral Services Vancouver 876-5585 North Van'cr. 980-3451 ROSELAWN CHAPEL Broadway-Commercial 879-6821 Bell Funeral Chapel 2746 E. Hastings St. 253-4554 Hamilton Mortuary 38th Ave.

Fraser 324-3851 Burnabv Funeral Directors 24 hrs. 2 9 8 2 525 Avalon-Surrev Funeral Homes 13288 108th Ave. 581-4401 Richmond Funeral Home 8420 Cambie RdRch 273-3748 23 CREMATORIUMS VANCOUVER CREMATORIUM Call Direct tor Funeral Services 5505 Fraser, 325-8251 26 LOST Lost: 2 oce kvak Daddies. 1 wood, 1 fiberglass on; 12thferanoview. eves White black cat.

Lost July 1st weekend. Vic. Oak 22nd, Van. 736-9377. Amazon parrot yellow head, green body.

Reward. 875-9656 Dark blue custom motorcycle body molding. Vic Knight St. 4ist won Juiy ru. pj-oaa.

Lost Pentax Zoom 60, Ser. No. 6583065 grey case Reward. 731-0176 July 9, mans wallet, small amount or money personal iu. Ottawa drivers lie.

327-6109 Chubby male long-haired Siamese vie. Westminster Hwy, garden giry, Hmo. its-ttoi S200 reward: Gold chainpen dant, Sund. 9th. D'twn.

Lons- dale Quay area. 733-4621 eve. Hand made Gold Medal of St. Mark eJuly 1 Weekend Reward. Please ph.

325-8984 Motoroller cellular telephone in Richmond. If found please can iit-tom Jesse, 11 blck Lab, Coq. area. July iu Reward. 522-6229, 641-1313.

Sm. wht doa. brwn soots, m. no tag, "Charlie" Fraserview. Hewaro.

zio-mii; uz-oroi. Lge. Fern, cat, brown golden long haired Mainecoon Vic. Main16th. 298-6816 Male Collie Husky beige wwhite chest paws, "Max near Joyce atn.

ua-aior. Canon camera, Lumbermans Arch. Noon, July 9. Reward Call 464-4297 Marnuis enoaaement rina in Lougheed Mall on July 7th. $200 rwo.

iiuo-rojo or sjo-oo Blue white budgie, White Rock area. 535-0133 Golden Lab downtown Langley, Fri. night, male, no conar. aiuu rewara. oo-oy ITouc ucml Icath thnnn nn ring July 7th, New West.

Need urgently. msge. Siamese cat, male, name 'Kani' blue collar, Fair View Slopes. Reward. 737-0191 Tabby cat, 1 yr, blck grey, mea nair, green eyes.

v. lOthDiscovery. 228-1253 Worn rina. 2 hearts. 45th bounoary, tiaoraao or meri-can Hotel.

Reward. 876-2490. SSS Rwd. Man's aold dia mond ring. RobsonGranville area, oaii coneci iy-jouu 1 yr.

old neut. Tabby cat, vie loco Port Moody. Call 469-0597 or.738-8012. Doberman X. blckbrown legs 8 chest, cropped tail.

S. Bby. 524-5028, 936-3721. All black short hair fern cat. vie 14th Ave Canada Way Bby Fn July I.

Hewara. szo-bbo Male Collie- Malamute Shep herd X. Great Cdn Super Store, Marine a Main, jui Md-ou I no nranno rat npnterpri mala ftonrnia And Rutp Ave Answers to 685-9328 Orange striped cat named Sam, white flee collar, July 10, Capital Hill, in. bpy. zaB-wuz Lge.

Blk. shaggy dog (Bou- vier) nr. Austin North ho. Coq. Name is Congo.

931-5739 Female Lynxpoint Siamese Kitsilano. on Sunday 738-3009. eves. Parrot, bluegold Macaw Kits area, on Sunday. Reward! 731-2454: 731-5522.

Missina Julv 6. 3vr old F. cat. mainly white, orange black markings. newarg Dark orev male cat, red col lar 8 I D.

tag. Huron Coquitlam, call 461-8982. Julv 5. aold link bracelet. Possibly at Coq.

Save-On store. Reward. Call 939-1655 aft 4pm Hark Rpalnrtint SiamAKR older female, vacinitv Francis Railway Richmond 277-0489 Lost: Black Plastic CalendariAddress Book. Reward! Jay, 662-7069. Ynuna Rottweiler, in the Chinatown area.

Reward $500. 254-9641 Sentimental value, aold rina. blue stone, June 30 on Granville Is. Reward. 738-9998 Julv 6.

silver bracelet, near Broadway Alma or vie. Dunbar Theatre. Reward. 224-1278 Reward. Oranae white male cat.

Coquitlam Centre area, June 25. 291-8169. 27 FOUND It costs you nothing but a phone calf to place a found aovenisemem. Man writswatch. vie.

128th St.98 Ave. Surrey, onn Mon afternoon Owner please iden- Small babv's iacket found Thurs. July 6 at Granville 7th Ave. 733-9989 Black wallet, cards money intact! Owner from Edmonton. 733-9727Call 1-4 p.m Husky SheDherd cross older male, vie.

Secord School, Trout Lake. 875-8013. Friendship book, engraved To wphoto. 4th Trafalgar. 737-8321 Teen-aqe cat.

white, orange and black patches. Port Moody in oienayre area. jo-aaj4 Loto 649 ticket vie. of Rmd. Identify bvtf on face of ticket.

272-1270. White lemale Poodle? Oakridge area. Saturday, July 8. 875-9040 Green Budgie, vicinity Clin ton Headley South Burnaby, July 8, a.m. 433-0906 Kev rina with several keys.

vicinity Royal Oak and Imperial. Sunday afternoon 434-9708. German Shepherd pup. 72nd 8 210, Langley, found on Fri. Phone 534-5495 Keys on kev rina.

Renais sance Square. Coq. Thurs. 6th July am. 421-4485.

ruuiiu yviu vnain hi juuu vn r.nmmnrnal Hriua navl tn P.larlr Park. Chris at 873-1064 Ladies wristwatch. found on Stanley Park Seawall, July 9. 681-7053 Male cat. oranae white.

IComo Lake Poirier jGoquitlam. 931-8860 Red Irish Setter, about 10 years old. found North Bur-naby- 298-1432 1 ZOUTENDYK Jacobus (Jack) Zoutendyk, aged 80 years, passed away on Monday, July 10. 1989. Survived by his loving family in Canada and Holland.

Funeral service will be held on Friday. Julv 14 at 1 p.m. in the Chapel of DELTA FUNERAL HOME, 5329 Ladner Trunk Ladnen Interment to follow Boundary Bay Ceme tery. 12 CARDS OF THANKS Gilbert Freddie's loving family, Pat and Raymond, wish to thank his many friends for their, support, lovely flowers and donations to the Cancer Fund, when he passed away July 3, 1989. We also thank the doctors and nurses at St.

Paul's Hospital and especially to The Empress Hotel and staff, for their kind generosity at his wake. Special thanks to Susan Esche tor her moving and heartfelt eulogy and to our close and dear friends, who made our loss more bearable 16 IN MEMOKIAM 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-ai ju a.m.

to p.m WEBSTER Anthonv. In loving memory of Anthony wnnam (ic-ny) wno passea awav 25 vears aao on July 12, 1964, along with ROD WIREN and DON KEHLER. You are all sadly missed by your trieno uwigni. 17 MEMORIAL GIFTS "Your Charity of Choice" B.C. AND YUKON HEART FOUNDATION 201-1212 West Broadway Vancouver V6H 3V2 Vancouver Heart Line 736-4404 Toil-Free Heart Lire 1-80M63-2010 Major Credit Cards Accepted Your donation is tai deductible ciiuontirs kv4T iThe Sun's Children's Fund Society Box 2700 Vancouver, B.C.

V6B 3W8 Donations made in honour or memoriam will be acknow ledged with cards to recipients and income tax receipts to donors. Please include names and addresses of recipient next of kin and donor. 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 special services to disabled children throughout B.C. A carina, thouahttur wav to remem- be is with an "IN MEMORIAM" gift.

Include with the donation, the name ot the deceased, the name and address of the per son to whom acknowledgement snouid be sent and tne name and address of the donor tor income tax purposes, Canadian Cancer Society B.C. a Yukon, supports research, education, and patient services. Tax receipts aifts to 565 West 10th Ave Van. V5Z 4J4, 877-1100. Pis include name of person hon oured, or deceased, and nameaddress ol next-ot-kin for acknowledgement cards 1 vViisVl iLiiWitLiua (formerly the Shaughnessy Hospital Foundation and the UBC Health Sciences Centre Hospital Foundation) 43UU uaK sireei Vancouver, B.C.

V6H 3N1 (604) 875-2220 Your aift in memory of some one dear to you will support paneni care, meatcat research and educational programs at our three sites. Acknowledaement cards and official receipts will be mailed as requester "ft IN MEMORYIN HONOUR CANADIAN DIABETES ASSOCIATION 1091 W. 8th Avenue Vancouver, B.C. V6H 2V3 PHONE: 732-1331 Acknowledgement cards and receipts will be mailed as requested. SJriiWtGokjviiMni CNdrexfs hospital In remembrance make a donation to the Children's Hospital, 4480 Oak Street, Vancouver B.C.

V6H 3V4. Acknowledgement cards and official receipts will be mailed as requested. 18 FUNERAL DIRECTORS Valley View Funeral Home, Memorial Gardens 14660-72 Ave. 596-8866 Delta Funeral Home An indeoendent Family Firm Since 1 947 946-6040 COLUMBIA FUNERAL CHAPEL 520 McDonald New West 521-4881 (24 hrs.) HOLLYBURN FUNERAL HOME McKenzie Family 24 hours North Shore 922-1 221 Kearney Funeral Services 1096 Broadway Vancouver 736-0268 (24 hrs.) I I. pmi III 1)11 II I tit i CALLENDER Mr.

James Edward, beloved husband of Mrs. Doris Callender ot Sum merland. B.C.. oassed away on July 2, 1989 at the age of 83 years. His immediate family byj nis preaecesseo wne ui vears.

Patricia, include dauah ters Sheila Kriss and husband John of Vancouver; Joyce Beaumont ana nusoana verne of Saturna Island: and son Gra ham and wife Rosemary of Port Alberni. He was blessed with 12 arandchildren and lb qreat grandchildren. He is survived By brother Robert and wife Lina of West Vancouver and sister Winifred Daoust and husband Arthur of Belcarra Park, as well as many nieces and nephews. Mr. Callender was a member of Summerland Masonic Lodge 56, Hiram Lodge No.

14 ol Courtenay, B.C., Penticton Chapter 22 Royal Arch Masons of B.C., and Cyrus Royal Arch Chapter 10, Cour-tenav. B.C. and Cathedra Chapter No. 35. R.A.M.

Port AiDerni, u.u ne was a memoer ot the Society of Royal Arch Masons of B.C., and a member of the Order of the High Priest hood ot the Masons. He was also a member of the Eastern Star 63 Summerland Chapter, Princess Patricia 9, Vancouver, and Florence Chapter No. 53, Courtenay; and also The Rob Morris Society ot Patrons and Past Patrons O.E.S. He was a member of the Advisory Hoard ot tne boy scouts oi Canada and a member of the Summerland Garden Club. A Memorial Service was held on Friday, July 7th at St.

Ste-Dhens Analican Church in Sum merland, Rev. Bob Mathews officiating. A second service will be he on Friday. Julv 14th at 2 p.m. in St.

Helen Anglican onurcn, oin Mvenue ana trim-ble. Vancouver. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the B.C. Can cer Hesearcn r-una. Funeral arranaements are: under the direction of the Sum merland Funeral Chapel.

CAS AWAY MARTINEZ Daniel Albert on July 8, 1989. aged 1'i months. Survived by his parents, Cynthia and Jose, brother Michael, half brother and half sister. Funeral service Thursday, July 13, 10 am, at Christ Cnurch Cathedral, 690 Burrard Street. Interment at Mountain View Cemetary GLENHAVEN MEMORIAL CHAPEL, directors.

DRADER Passed away on Monday, July 10, 1989, Robert Keitn uraaer, agea oi years. He was predeceased by his father Kenneth, and will be sadlv missed bv his mother Alice; wife Charlotte; 4 chil dren; orotners; 3 sisters; nieces, nephews and many Iriends. A memorial service will be held on Friday, July 14 at 12 noon in the GUARDIAN CHAPEL AT FOREST LAWN FUNERAL HOME, within the grounds of Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Royal Oak and Canada Way, Burnaby. No flowers by request. Those so desiring may make a donation to the cnarny or your cnoice.

ENGLISH -Charles Frederick suddenly on July 9, 1989 aae 61 years. He will be sadly missed by Elsie, his life long friend and companion; loving sisters, Margaret Bickford, Phyllis Joclyn and her husband. Barry; 1 niece. Margaret Anne Mitnrusn ana ner nusoana, Brad and family: 2 nephews Edward and Howard Bickford; also many friends and rela tives. Charlie was a retired R.C.M.P.

Officer with the burrey Detachment, an active member of the Masonic Fraternity, a member oi frince ueorge Lodge No. 186, Past Master of Tuscan Lodge No. 138 and Past District Deputy Grand Master of District No. 2. He was also associated with other concor dant organizations.

Funeral Service will be held on Friday, July 14 at 1:00 p.m. from Holy inniiy awearai, oi yarnar- von street, New Westminster, Rev. Bill Ferris officiating Interment Surrey Centre Ceme tery, In lieu of flowers donations to the Masonic Community Charities Fund. 1495 West atn Avenue. Vancouver, von 1C9 would be appreciated.

ROYAL OAK WOODLAWN-BOWELL 522-0711 GODFREE Robert E. sud denly on July 9. 1989. late of Surrey, age 71 years. Survived by his loving wife.

Flora: 2 sons, Robert of Australia, Stephen in New Zealand; 3 daughters, Susan of Coquitlam, Linda of Vancouver and Sandy of Surrey; 10 grandchildren. The family would be pleased to meet relatives and friends at the fam-ily residence for a time of remembrance on Thursday. July 13 from 2 p.m. Cremation. Henderson Funeral Home Langley GORDON Ian Alastair of Vancouver, passed away in St.

Vincent Hosoital. on Monday. July 10, 1989. aged 66 years. surviveo Dy nis loving wne.

Mary: his son, Alastair; and 3 sisters, Sissy. Margaret and Isobel: and their families. Ian was past president of Moray Nairn and Banff Association. passed Chieftain of Montrose Camp, Sons of Scotland, passea presiaem oi rvinysway Amateur Chrysanthemum Society and a long time mem ber ot ootn tne Vancouver South Lawn Bowling Club and the Marpole Curling Club. Memorial service wilfbe Fri day, July 14 at 3 p.m., from the Chapel of RICHMOND FUNERAL HOMfc, tMa) uamoie Road, Richmond, with Rev.

Harrv Lennox officiatina. In lieu of flowers donation may be made to a cnarity oi your choice. LEMON Suddenly on Julv 9, 1989, Elaine M. (nee Tuer) of Richmond, B.C., aged 7S years. Predeceased by her husband, Bob.

She leaves to mourn Doug, Bev. Shelby and Rob of North Delta and Rick. Donna. Danielle and little Alex ot Victoria. Memorial service will be held Thursday.

July 13 at 12 noon, at First Memorial Funeral Chapel. 602 Kingsway, Vancouver. In lieu of flowers donations to the R.G.H. Foundation, 7000 Westminister Richmond. b.u.

would De appreciateo. To a wondertut Mom and Gramma, we will miss you. LOW Her Leng passeo away in Vancouver, on July 11, 1989, aged 65 years. He is survived by his loving family beloved wife. Thai Chan and 9 children: Winston, Richard, Dennis.

Michael, Annie Evelyn. Roselind, Diana and Ling-Ling, and by 4 sons-in-law and 4 daughters-in-law, 13 grandchildren, also by brothers and sisters in Singapore and Malaysia. Funeral service to be held on Friday, July 14th at 2 m. from OCEAN VIEW GUARDIAN CHAPEL, 4000 Imperial Burnaby. Cremation to follow.

aovenisemeni. Found, Budgie in the Cam bridge and Fellowes area, North Burnaby, on approx. July 5. Ph. 294-5808 Young cat, grey tortoise shell, white paws face, brown collar wbell.

Oak 58th, found approx. 2 weeks ago, The Surrey S.P.C.A. has found the following. These descriptions are general only. Please state pet number.

Dogs 1 1 1 male, Dobbie cross, black tan, white flea collar, 4 13400 blk. 61 A 112, male, Shepherd, black 8 tan, choke chain, adult. 14900 blk. Partridge 116, male, Mali-mute, black white, '88 Delta lie. no.

2126, adult; 12900 blk. 107th 132, Shep-perdCollie cross, tan, black on ears, black spots on nose, no ID, adult, 14900 blk. 105th 139, male, Pake, cross, white 8 black, black nylon collar, adult, 10800 blk. 146th 142, male, Shepherd cross Pit Bull, tan, leather studded collar, adult, 13700 blk. 1 1 1A 147, neutered male, Shepherd Collie cross, black 8 tan, choke chain, 'Laska', 89 Sry.

lie. no. 994, adult. 9600 blk. 130th 149.

male, Lab cross, black, leather collar, no ID, 5 15000 blk. 108th 150, neutered male, Golden LaD, adult, tattooed, 11000 blk; Elevator 152, spayed Lab cross, black 8 white, white flea collar, leather collar. '88 Richmond lie. no. 2115, adult, 13000 blk.

-103A 153, male, Shepherd cross, black 8 tan, '87 Surrey lie. no. 4048, choke chain, adult, 16500 Fraser Hwy. Cats 88, SHD, tabby, adult, 13700 blk. 71st 89-92, all SHD, black white, 7 15000 blk.

66A 93, SHD, black 8 brown tabby, white on chest 8 legs, 15700 blk. 97A 94, SHD, brown 8 black tabby, 6 13600 blk. 32nd 95. SHD, black 8 white, white on face 8 chest, adult, 7500 blk. 120th 96, SHD, calico, flea collar, adult, 16300 blk.

Fraser Hwy. If you have lost a pet in the Surrey area please contact the Surrey S.P.C.A. 6706-152nd 594-4343 The Burnaby SPCA has found the following animals. These descriptions are general only. Dogs: 47 Shepherd cross, blk 8 tan, choke chain, 5900 block Hastings.

51 Boxer cross, tan wwhite, blk leather collar, white flea collar, 7000 block Canada Way. 52 Shepherd cross, blk wtan, Meadow Wood 8 Shellmont. 57 neutered, Lab, blk, Burnaby Village Museum. 59 neutered, Airedale, blk 8 tan, brown nylon collar 8 rabies tag, 4000 block Albert. 63 Collie cross, blk.

choke chain 8 pad lock, 7300 block Halifax. Cats: We've got more than we know what to do with, so please call. 84. rabbit, gold, 4600 block Chesham. For further info please contact the Burnaby SPCA, 3202 Norland Ave.

or phone 291-7201. The SPCA Hosoital has found the following these descriptions are general only: Himalayan Sealpoint, blue eves, adult, 1650 5th Ave Van. Dsh tabby male, adult, 750 4th Av, Van. Dsh white, yellow eyes, 6 mos, Sophia 28th, van. Rabbit black 8 white, with babies, 36th Ave 8 Yew, Van.

Poodle white, Fern, adult, Fraser 8 7th Aan. Dsh black with white on chest 8 paws, fern, young adult, 7529 120th St, Surrey. For further information please contact 879-3571 or 1205 E. 7th Ave. Vancouver.

The SPCA Hospital has found the following these descriptions are general only. Dsh black with white paws, white moustache, bib 8 stomach, neut, adult, 396 4th 8 Trutch, Van. Dsh balck with white paws 8 chest, Male. 14 wks, 3400 blk Falaise Ave Van. Dsh black with white chest 8 paws female, adult, 7500 blk 120th St.

Surrey. Dlh. black, with kink at end of tail, yellow eyes, male young adult, 280 2nd Ave, North Van. For further information please contact 1205 7th Ave, or call 879-3571 Grey tabby 8 white SH fern, kitten, 2200 blk. W.

8th Ave. 8-10 wks. old, July SH grey tabby 8 white, brown nose, neut. male, yount adult, GeorgiaUnion area, early June; brown SH tabby fern, young adult, pregnant, GeorgiaUnion area; black 8 white SH tern, cat, white nose 8 paws, patches black 8 white throughout, adult, possibly pregnant, BroadwayCommercial area; brown tabby med. hair, male, neut.

adult. 700 blk. W. 62nd Ave. Call 731-0672 or Pam, 733-4600.

The lol lowing is a general description of UNLICENCED dogs impounded July8-11. Shepherd male.blk, grey, wht, red canva-s collar. 100 E. 6th. Shepherd male, blk tan.

dragging chain at Pound. Terrrier male no ID, Second Beach: Shepherd male blk. 1280 Ravmur. For fur ther info contact Vancouver City Pound, 1280 Raymur. Call 251-1325.

Prescription glasses, burgundy 8 gold, vie. Government Rd. nr. Lougheed Mall. Call mornings aft.

8 a.m. 420-0195 Book of Spanish lessons. Child's See 8 Say Book. Found Vic 58thRosemont. Sat July 8.

Phone: 438-0044. SHM Grev Tabby cat with lots of white. 8 'a. Been around a month of more in White Rock area. Very friendly.

538-ZZ87 black wbeige markings, sky Shepherd male, vie id Ave 8 King S. Sur- 536-9888 Found Quantity ol Kea Certif icates in an envelope, on Royal Oak nn Snnriav Julv 9 To claim please identify. 435-9820 Male Lhasa Apso in Maple Ridge, blonde apricot ears. Set of kevs. found nr.

Bur naby 200 Park oft Forest July 10. 294-4542 Youna fern, black lab cross. S.W. Marine Dr. 8 Blenheim.

Ph 737-2526 Grev. oranae 8 vellow Cock- atiel. vie. 55th 8 Victoria. 325-4930 after 4 pm.

Fern, white 8 black cat, black chin 8 nose. West End area. 682-7241. Kevrina with 4 kevs. 1 Norco.

1 house. 2 others. Btwn Slocan 8 Penticton Call 253-6840 Found orange cat. 60th Ave. 177th Srw I up msn with description 5945534.

Mans wristwatch found in Stanley Park, call 683-4492. Watch. Como Lake parking lot, phone 461-0756 Red Vulcan 10-sd found Mon Fraserview area 325-5779. Cockatiel. found in North Van area Call Watch found Kerrisdale area.

Owner identify 254-2765. r.hilri iarkrpt fnnhil nn nel- brook. 987-9851 after 5 pm. 29 TICKETS STONES PRE-ORDER The Who $49! Ror1 Stewart. Ringo The Judcs.

Jackson Brown SEAHAWKS PRE-ORDER Ticket Time Brokers 11-6 Mon-Sat 299-5995 RINGO, THE WHO, ROD Hiahest Quality Concerts Sports Theatre 6BB-30M Row One Ticket Brokers 416 Richards 1 1-6pm Mon-Sat is.l 1011 r.i.vs.y l-S 'y-rrrr 3212' ll COLD PROMT STATIONARY FRONT I Vt A I WARM WIOMT UPPER FRONT fOOhOf REGIONAL FORECASTS Temperature: High 23 Low 13 This date last year: High 17 Low 13 Precipitation: Nil. This date last year: 2.2 mm. Total to date from Jan. 1: 602.9 mm. Same period last year: 587.9 mm.

To date this month: 15.8 mm. Same period last year: 17.4 mm. Barometer at i a.m. today: 101.8 kpa (falling). FERRY SCHEDULES Effective to September 4, 1989 TSAWWASSEN-SWARTZ BAY Lv.

Tsawwassen; 7 a.m., 8 a.m., 9 a.m., 10 a.m., 1 1 a.m., noon, 1 p.m., 2 p.m., 3 p.m., 4 p.m., 5 p.m., 6 p.m., 7 P.m., 8 p.m., 9 p.m. and 10 p.m. Lv. Swartz Bav: 7 a.m., 8 a.m., 9 a.m., 10 a.m., 1 1 a.m., noon, 1 p.m., 2 p.m., 3 p.m., 4 p.m., 5 p.m., 6 p.m., 7 p.m., 8 p.m., 9 p.m. and 10 p.m.

HORSESHOE BAY NANAIMO Lv. Horseshoe Bav: 7 a.m., 7:30 a.m., 9 a.m., 10 a.m., 1 1 a.m., noon, 1 p.m., 2 p.m., 3 p.m., 4:30 p.m., p.m., p.m., 7 p.m., 9 p.m., 9:15 p.m. and 10 p.m. Lv. Nanaimo: 7 a.m., 8 a.m., 9 a.m., 9:45 a.m., 1 1 a.m., noon, 1 p.m., 2:1 5 p.m., 3 p.m., 4 p.m., 5 p.m., 6:45 p.m., 7 p.m., 8 p.m., 9 p.m.

and 11:30 p.m. HORSESHOE BAY LANGDALE Lv. Horseshoe Bav: 9:30 a.m., 1 1 :30 a.m., 1:15 p.m., 3:30 P.m., 5:30 p.m., 7:25 P.m., 9:1 5 p.m. and 11 p.m. (Sundays and holiday Mondays only).

Lv. Langdale: 6:20 a.m., 8:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 12:25 p.m., 2:30 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 6:30 p.m., 8:20 p.m. and 10:10 P.m. (Sundays and holiday Mondays only). Georgia Strait: Winds variable fivetol5knots.

Outlook for 24 hours beyond 1 a.m. Thursday: Lightto moderate variablewinds. Strait of Juan de Fuca: Small craft warning. Winds light rising to westerly 10-20 knots late this afternoon, easing to westerly five tol5knofs overnight. Outlook tor 24 hours beyond 4 a.m.

Thursday: Moderate westerly winds. Greater Vancouver, Greater Victoria, Lower Fraser Valley, East Vancouver Island: Low tonight 13. Thursday, cloudy with afternoon sunny periods. Slight chance of a shower. Cooler with high 21 Probability of precipitation 20 per cent.

Howe Sound-Whistler: Low 12. Cloudy with sunny periods. Slight nf a shower. Cooler. High 22.

Prorw 'of precipitation 30 percent. North Vancouver Island: Low 13. Cloudy and foggy with after-: noon sunny breaks. Slight chance of an afternoon shower. High 14.

Probability of precipitation 30 per cent. West Vancouver Island: Low 12. Cloudy. Slight chance of a shower. High 17 coast to 21 inland.

Proba-' bilitvof precipitation 20percent. Central Coast: Low 12. Cloudy with sunny periods and morning fog. Chance of a shower. Highs 1 6 coast to 19 inland.

Probability of precipitation 30 per cent. 1 North Coast: Low 11. Morning fog otherwise cloudy with sunny periods. Slight chance of a shower. High 1 6 coast to 25 inland.

Probability of precipitation 30 per cent. Queen Charlottes: Low 13. Cloudy with morning fog. High 14. Probability of precipitation 20 per cent.

Thompson, Okanagan, Koo-tenays: Low 14. Sunny with cloudy periods in the afternoon and slight chance of a shower or thunder-showers. High 32. Probability of precipitation 30 per cent. Columbia: Low 12.

Sunny in the morning. Increasing clouds in the afternoon with a few showers or fhundershowers. Highs 27. Probability of precipitation 80 per cent. Prince Geor9e: Low 12.

Sunny with cloudy periods. Afternoon showersor tfiundershowers likely. High 24. Probability of precipita-. tton60percent.

Chiicohn-Cariboo: Low 12. Sunny with cloudy periods. Chance of afternoon showers or fhundershowers. High 27. Probability of precipitation 40 per cent.

Parsnip, Bulkley Valley-Tbe Lakes: Low 1 1. Cloudy with sunny periods. A few afternoon showers or fhundershowers. High 24. Probability of precipitation 40 per cent.

Fort St. John: Lows near 11, Thursday, mainly sunny, highs near 27. Probability of precipitation 20 per cent. Fort Nelson: Lows near 12. Thursday, mainly sunny.

evening fhundershowers. Highs near 29. Probability of pre- cipitation 40 per cent. ThefoHowiiigairwIiVirKtexreadingswererakenatS W'fi a.m. today.

The numbers in brackets are yesterday's inn IdVi'ti' higtest readings, followed by the oollutant most respon- sibte for the day's reading if over 251. n- POOR Downtown Vancouver 10 (9); North Burnaby: 23 (14); smmti CoouitlamPort CoquitlamPort Moody: 32 ozone (15); exid Central Surrey: 23 (16); Richrnond: 22 14). "UH js- somwilhheartorlursailrrMtsshouldreducephysical GOOD acl'tv. Readings oi over 1 00, such persons should stay indoors. TIDES AT ENGLISH Low 8:35 a.m.

High. 5:05 p.m. Low 8:35 p.m. High. 12:55 a.m.

4.5 feet 12.9 feet 12.2 feet 13.4 feet Sun rises 5:21 a.m., sets 9:15 p.m. Moon rises 5:14 p.m., sets 1:13 a.m. warm elsewhere. Highs in the mid to high twenties. Saskatchewan Sunny in the south.

Clearing in the central regions. Mostly sunny in the north. Highs 22 to 24. Manitoba: Sunny north. Cloudy with showers central.

Clearing south. Highs 17 to 24. Ontario: Mainly sunny except cloudy with a few showers and thunderstorms northwest and extreme southwest. Highs 14 north to 28 south. Quebec Sunny with cloudy periods except mainly cloudy with scattered showers east.

Highs froml4northto23south. OBSERVED TEMPERATURES (Celsius) British Columbia Max. Min Comox, 22 15 Cranbrook 26 8 Fort Nelson 27 9 Fort St. John. 22 9 Kamloops 28 15 25 6 Penticton 29 10 Prince George 22 10 Prince 17 11 Revelstoke 25 13 Stewart 25 11 Terrace 30 15 Victoria 23 8 Williams 20 11 Canada Mas Mln Alert 9 1 Brandon 26 12 Calgary 20 11 19 14 Churchill 23 9 Edmonton 18 13 Frederidon 21 15 Halifax 20 14 Jasper 18 11 Kenora 24 14 Lethbridge 24 8 Medicine Hat 25 10 24 14 Ottawa 24 17 Peace 22 8 Quebec City 22 14 Regina 24 14 St, John's 20 13 Saskatoon 22 15 Thunder Bay 19 11 Toronto 29 15 Whitehorse 28 12 Winnipeg 27 14 Yeltowknife 26 12 Overseas Max.

Min Amsterdam 20 13 35 23 Bangkok 32 25 Beijing 34 22 Berlin 22 12 Brussels 26 14 Buenos 17 79 Copenhagen 22 12 Helsinki .22 12 Hong Kong 31 28 Jerusalem 30 20 17 4 London 24 17 38 19 Manila 32 22 Moscow 30 19 New Delhi 41 30 Paris 25 16 Rio de Janeiro. 26 15 Rome 31 20 Seoul 29 20 Singapore 31 26 Stockholm 24 17 Sydney 16 10 Taipei 36 27 ynSSH 25 Max.Min.Wea. Vienna Acaoulco 33 26 cloudy Unit A CtA. 34 26 fair umiea aiaies Max. Min Bermuda 31 25 cloudy Chicago 38 22 Havana 31 25 fair 35 24 32 26 cloudy Denver 32 17 Las Vegas.

40 27 cloudy Kansas 36 24 Mexico 25 13 rain Los Angeles 25 19 Miami Beach 33 27 clear Miami 33 26 Montego Bay 32 24 fair 32 21 Myrtle Bch. 32 27 clear New Orleans 33 22 Nassau. 32 26 fair New York 31 24 Orlando 35 26 clear Portland 28 11 Palm Springs 39 31 cloudy San Francisco. 21 11 Phoenix 38 26 clear Seattle 27 12 Reno 31 12 clear Spokane 29 9 Tamoa 34 27 clear Washington 33 26 Trinidad 30 22 cloudy i CANADIAN FORECASTS Yukon: Mainly sunny and very i warm. Scattered afternoon thun-li oerstorms southeast.

Highs 26 to 30. "'1 Alberta: Scattered showers over east central Alberta. Sunny and.

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