The Province from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (2024)

1 128 162 Rentals Real Estate 166 Board Room 355 Board Room Wanted 360. Duplexes For Rent 335 Furniture For Rent 141 Garages -Parking 370 Houses. Furnished 325 Houses, Unfurnished 330 Motels Hotels 362 Moving Storage 372 Offices. Stores 374 Rental Agencies 332 Retirement Homes 354 Rooms, Housekeeping 345 Rooms. Sleeping 340 Rooms.

Unfurnished 350 Shared Accommodation 315 Suites. Furnished 300 Suites Unfurnished 310 Wanted To Rent 337 Warenouses. Factories 375 Vacation Spots 43 B.C. Ski Accommodations. House Sitting.

BC. Mainland. Gulf Vancouver Island, Hawali, Southern United States. Washington Oregon, Various Other Areas Trailer Space For Rent. Tourist Rooms, Summer Cottages, Camps For Boys, Girls 27 FOUND It costs you nothing but a phone call to place a found advertisem*nt.

Found at Queen Elizabeth Park, approx 1 yr old red white Tabby neutered male, no tail. 324-5805 res. 263-7713 off. Female German shepherd, well trained. 400 bik.

W. Keith Van. 683-6496; 986-9279. 525-7424. Golden Retriever called Drake from Orcas Isl.

Found in W. Pt. Grey area. Owner should phone 224-5831, On April 5, Male German Shepherd, vic. 128th St.

88 Ave. Surrey. 590-3479. Long haired, dark grey female cat, wearing collar. Coq.

area. 939-5695. 6 mo. old pup, female, It. tan.

col. Vic. No. Rd. Biundell, Rmd.

271-1962. grown female tortoise shell kitten. Vic. 26th Knight. 874-4356.

Ferret, vic. Fraser 33rd. 325-6391. Man's bicycle, Newton area. 594-4694.

Cassette player, found at Whistler, April 6. 291-2508. Digital watch at Deer Lake. Seath, Mon. 9 to 5.

437-0666. White budgie on Denman St. Apr. 19, a.m. 683-0614 30 COMING EVENTS For Unattached People DANCING Nightly 8-2 a.m.

2 Bands Western nights Tues. Wed. Cowboy Hat Wearers Free! Music by Frank McCormick the Country Macs Latin American Ballroom Dancing Mon. Thurs. By the Latin Sounds ARLINGTON CABARET 1236 W.

Broadway 732-2220 Pacific Star Ball This Year: 2 exciting days of dancing. Apr. 24 25. Featuring Calf. New Hot 10- Dance team.

N. Avalos. For details Pedersens 738-2308 NOTE: New classes start now. DANCE LESSONS Learn all social dances with our compl. beginner's spec.

program only $25. Call Dance City at 685-4381, and start today. Do you know of the ancient spiritual teaching of Eckankar? Free lecture Kitsilano Community Centre, 2690 Larch, April 21, 7:30 p.m. SWINGERS See Swingtime News ad in todays Business Personal. Image Single Scene America 24 hr.

rec. mess. 689-3098 HALLS FOR RENT McPherson Centre Bby. 430-5411 10 PERSONAL NAME AND ADDRESS are required for all advertisers in this column. Information is held in strict confidence.

Other advertisem*nts that are not person to person are run under "42 Business Personals." Scottish male, 32, single, sincere, attractive, seeks friendship pen-pal woman in Canada, 25-32, single for correspondence of Canada marriage if compatible. Reply to Box 3286, this paper. Would MR. JOHN FRASER. father of VENA DAWN OWEN or anyone knowing his whereabouts, please call 668-2941 Monday to Friday, between 8:30 a.m.

and 5 p.m. ask for Colin. Person suffering from buiminia wants to meet others with same disease. Box 4598, this paper. Gent, European, 40, 160 wishes to meet lady, 25-35.

Box 771, this paper. BUSINESS PERSONALS WE PAY NOW! CASH (Includes Preparation) For Your INCOME TAX REFUND, CHILD TAX CREDIT Premium Tax Services 550 E. Hastings St. 255-8416 Convenient Parking Gentleman's Leisure Vancouver's most elegant leisure club. Enjoy saunas, showers, plush lounges, pool tables, exercise backgammon bar.

Bodysage in private staterooms. 426 HOMER ST. 688-7319 Income Tax Refund Fairtax Services- 437-6024 3487 KINGSWAY, VAN MRS. MADELLA Spiritual reader adviser. cards, palm crystal ball readings and may help you with your problems, sickness trouble.

She has helped other people, why not you? Call for appt. 251-3697. ASIAN GIRLS WANT YOU! CORRESPONDENCE NOW! 200 lovable lonely girls pictured issue, write; Christian Asian Brides P.O. Box 31 Gig Harbor, WA 98335 DANCE CLUB Try our Mini Membership for 2 weeks. 5 parties per month, take some dance classes and travel with us.

For more info call Heidi, 685-4382, 11-10 pm. Langley Dating Service We have a sincere reputable clientele who want to meet others who are tired of the usual meeting places, and are looking for an alternative. Eves. wknds. 530-5293.

Meet the right ones for you! COMPAT-A-DATE Tops in dating since 1970 201-1089 W. Van. 734-9846, 734-8662 (24 hrs.) Swingers Read Swingtime News. $5.00 for sample copy CY Club P.O. Box 2410.

New Westminster, B.C, V3L 586 Dept. 13. ESCORTS We offer Van's most attractive and professional escorts. International Escorts 669-7772 Alcoholics Anonymous 47 W. Broadway 873-8466 THE PROVINCE, Tuesday, April 20, 1982 First Classified First Classified NOTE: Classfications marked with an denote those in which Ads" ids are eligible to ap- Announcements Anniversaries Births Business Personals 42 -Cards of Thanks 12 Catering Party Rentals 32 Cemeteries Events Crematoriums 23 a Deaths Engagements Florists 19 Found 27 dit Funeral Directors 18 Feneral Notices 10 Halls for Rent 34 BIRTHS PALMER Dennis and Sandy are pleased to announce the arrival of Jennifer Joan, born at 11:20 p.m., April 16, weighing 8 los.

3 ozs. A new sister for Rachel and Ryan. Proud grandparents are Ted and Iris Townsend. Vancouver and Verna Palmer, Burnaby. DEATHS ACTON On April 17, 1982, Gene Clifford Acton of 2317 Eton St.

Survived by his loving wife, Janet; his mother, Merita Acton; 2 sons in Colorado. Service in The Bell Funeral Chapel, 2746 East Hastings Wednesday, April 21 at 2:30 p.m. Interment Mountain View Cemetery. vived by his loving wife, Janet; his parents Kenneth Hembrow and Dorothy Hembrow; and brothers, Bill and Brian. He will be friends remembered by It was his many and family, Bob's request that there be no service or flowers.

BROWN--Cecil 6343 passed Highway, Leonard, away Lougheed late Burnaby, sud- of denly after a lengthy illness April 15, 1982. He is survived by his loving wife, Joyce; 2 sons Robert of Grand Rapids, Manitoba, and Richard of Surrey, and their families. A private memorial service was held Monday, April 19 from the Boal Chapel, 1505 Lilloet Road, North Vancouver. Cremation. In lieu of flowers, donations.

to the B.C. Heart Foundation, 1212 West Broadway, Vancouver would be preciated. Arrangements through Memorial Society of B.C. and First Memorial Services. HEMBROW Robert Kenneth of Port Moody on Saturday, April 17 age 28 years.

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Outside B.C. national rate applies. To estimate the cost of your advertisem*nt count 5 average size words to a line. Name, address, phone or box number count the same as other words. Box service charge, $10.00 if picked up or mailed.

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The Province reminds advertisers that Provincial legislation forbids the publication of any advertisem*nt which discriminates against any person because of his race, religion, sex, colour, nationality, ancestry or place of origin, or cause his age is between 44 and 65 years, unless the condition is justified by a bona fide requirement for the work involved. SUBSCRIPTION RATES By carrier daily $6.00 per month. Air freight extra where applicable. Other rates available on request. By Mail Daily CANADA $8.00 per month, $24.00 for 3 months, $48.00 for six months, $90.00 a year.

Sunday only, 60c per copy. Single copies, other days, 40c. ALL OTHER COUNTRIES $31.00 per month, $93.00 for 3 months, $186.00 for 6 months and $366.00 year. Sunday only, $2.15 per copy. Single copies, other days, $1.35.

AIR MAIL RATES upon request. Phone 732-2791. CIRCULATION NUMBER, 732-2331. Member Audit bureau of tions. SERVICES Baauticians or Barbers Drivers Chauffeurs Domestic-Daycare Jobs Hotels-Restaurants TRADES Engineering Factory-Warehouse Labourers Trades- Technical Mining-Lumbering.

Const OFFICE BUSINESS Accounting-Aud-tors Data-Word Processing Medical-Dental Office Personnel Clerks Secretarial Employment Agencies Professional Management Sales Part Time Retail Clerks Cashiers GENERAL Caretakers Help Wanted Investment Positions Teachers Wanted Teachers Avilable Professional Bulldozing. Trucking DEATHS Research, would be gratefully appreciated. LADNER Frank Ellis, suddenly April 16. 1982, at home, 4369 Draper Avenue, Montreai, P.Q. Survived by his wife, Ruth; daughter, Barbara; son, Robart; daughter-in-law, Johanne; sisters.

Edna and Dorothy Burnaby; brother, Graham, of North Vancouver. Memorial service at Trinity Memorial Anglican Church, Montreal, P.Q., April 20th and at St. John, the Divine, Central Park, Burnaby, on April 26th at 7:00 P.M. In lieu of flowers donations to Cancer LUMLEY James Theadore, aged 39 years, passed away in Kelowna April 18. 1982.

He is survived by his wife. Karen: son, Jason; daughter, Elisa; father, Ted Lumley of Burnaby; mother, Mrs. Muriel Dailianis of Vancouver: grandmother, Mrs. Zelma Ray of Burnaby: relatives and friends. Funeral service will be held at 1:30 p.m.

the Garden Chapel, 1134 Bernard Avenue, Kelowna, B.C. Cremation to follow. Donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society. Funeral rangements are in care of nagan Crematorium and Garden Chapel, (762-3040). McKISSOCK Edna Ray, of North Vancouver on April 16, 1982.

in her 79th year. She is survived by her loving family, daughter, Norma Mayes, of Kamioops; her son, Bill, of Ottawa; sister, Vina Gibson, of North Vancouver; brother, Charles Blair, of North Vancouver and her 5 grandchildren. Mrs. McKissock was active in the Order of the Eastern Star for the past 30 years as a member of the Salmon Arm and Burrard Chapters, Memorial service 3.30 p.m. Tuesday, April 20 in the Boal Chapel, 1505 Lillooet North Vancouver.

Cremation. Flowers are gratefully declined in favour of donationa, if desired, to the Canadian Diabetic Association, 1089 Broadway, Vancouver. Arrangements through the Memorial Society of B.C. and First Memorial Services. McQUARRIE Hector Neil of North Vancouver on April 19, 1982, aged 76 years.

Survived by his loving family: wife, Molly; his son, Charles of Victoria and daughter, Christina of Vancouver; his sister, Margaret Mullard of Vancouver and his grandchildren, Ron, Eric, Doug and Greg and Jason, Jackie and Kelly. Memorial service will be held 2 p.m. Thursday, April 22 in the Boal Chapel, 1505 loot Road, North Vancouver. Cremation. Flowers are gratefully declined in favour of donations, if desired, to the charity of your choice.

Arrangements through First Memorial Services. MORRIS Suddenly on April 18, 1982, Randy E. Morris of Burnaby, aged 22 years. Survived by his loving parents, Mr. and Mrs.

Victor Morris: brother, Rick; and grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins. Memorial service Wednesday, April 21 at 2:30 PM at The South Burnaby United Church, 7591 Gray Burnaby. The Rev. George Morrison officiatIn lieu of flowers donations to the Burnaby Association for the Mentally Handicapped (Building Fund), 4190 East Hastings St. would be appreciated.

MOTT On April 17, 1982, at Chilliwack General Hospital, Mr. Gordon Edward Mott, late of 45489 Reece Ave. Chilliwack and formerly of Vancouver. Lovingly survived by his wife, Anne; 1 daughter, Kathleen of Vancouver; son, Brian of Langley; 5 brothers, Roy of Sudbury, Bill of Montreal, Frank of Ville LaSalle, Quebec, Archie and Sydney of Brownsburg, Quebec; 2 sisters, Mrs. Alice (Stan) Clooney of Smith Falls, Ontario and Mrs.

(Roy) Moore of Brownsburg. Quebec; numerous and nephews. Predeceased by his sister, Gladys in 1969. Member of The United Association of Plumbers and Pipefitters Local 170. Funeral service will be held Friday, April 23, 1982, at 1:30 p.m.

from The Chapel of Henderson's Funeral Home, Chilliwack, Rev. J.T. Horricks officiating. Interment in The Oddfellows Cemetery. Flowers or donations to charity of choice.

ORR Milton James, suddenly at home Saturday, April 17 1982, 55 years young. His love is carried on by his cherished wife Jean; children Christana, Tina, Tom, Karen, Scott, Sandra, Tom Blaney; and granddaughter Rebecca. Resting at Hollyburn Funeral home, 1807 Marine West Vancouver. Visitation Tuesday, April 20, 3-5 p.m. and 7-9 p.m.

Funeral mass at St. Anthony's Parish 2337 Inglewood West Vancouver, Wednesday, April 21 at 10:30 a.m. In lieu of flowers donations to the North Shore Family Y.M.C.A. Inglewood Centre, West Vancouver, or St. Paul's Indian Church Restoration Fund, North Vancouver.

PAGNOSSIN Gino, after a lenghty illness. on April 18, 1982, of Vancouver, aged 71 years. Survived by his loving wife, Maria; son, Leo and Wife, Iola; daughter, Leonora and husband, Tony; 4 grandchildren, Michael, Rita, Scott and Ryan; also many relatives in Italy. Mr. Pagnossin was a member of Contratelianza Italo Canadese.

Wednesday, April 21, at 8 p.m. in St. Francis Church, Napier St. and Semiin Drive, where Funeral Mass will be celebrated Thursday, April 22, at 10 a.m, by Father E. Rosala, O.F.M.

Interment Mountain View Flowers gratefully declined. Mass offerings or donations to B.C. Cancer Society, 955 W. Broadway, Vancouver, B.C. V5Z 3X8.

BELL FUNERAL HOME 2746 E. Hastings, directors. ROTHERY Captain J. Died Thursday, April 15, 1982. Survived by his wife, Edith and 4 children.

Memorial service was held April 19. RHIND Agatha Gertrude, in Vancouver, April 17, 1982, aged 89 years. Survived by daughter, Cathie and son-inlaw, Glen; grandson, Charlie: brother, Pius MacPhee and sister-in-law, Georgina; and many nieces and nephews. Prayers at Kearney Funeral Chapel, 1096 W. Broadway at Spruce, 7 p.m., Tuesday, April 20.

Funeral Mass wil be celebrated by Rev. W. Somerville at St. Patricks Roman Catholic Church, 12th and Main, 10 a.m., Wednesday, April 21. Interment Ocean View Burial Park, Burnaby.

No flowers by request. Carpenters. Contractors 45 Cement. Asphalt. Brick 98 46 Drain Tile Gutters 122 47 Dressmaking.

Alterations 83 48 Educational 74 Electricians. Welders 100 49 Furn. Refinish. Uphol 139 50 Floor Surfacing 102 51 Gardening. etc 112 52 Fencing 101 53 Health Services 84 Home Business Services 90 Home Insulation 129 55 Modernization 92 56 Hospitals.

Private 86 57 Moving Storage 372 58 Music. Art, Dancing 80 59 Painters. Decorators 110 60 Plastering. Stuccoing 104 61 Plumbing. Heating 106 62 Professional Services 82 63 Rest Homes 88 Roofing.

Chimneys, etc. 108 64 Talent Agencies 76 66 67 68 69 Merchandise for Sale 94 Books. Coins. Stamps Antiques Art Objects Billiard Table Bicycles 9888 DEATHS ROUTLEY Richard Alfred of Coquitiam, B.C., on April 18, 1982. aged 78 years.

Predeceased by his son, Robin and Roy. He survived by his loving family, wife, Maud: his daughters, Diane and Ann; his brother, Jack; sister Ruth; both in England; and his 7 grandchildren. Mr. Routley was Past Governor of the Loyal Order of Moose, Powell River. The Rev.

Dennis Poppie will conduct the service, p.m., Thursday, April 22. in St. Laurence Anglican Church, 825 St. Laurence Avenue, Coquitiam. Cremation.

Flowers gratefully declined in favor of donations, if desired to the B.C. T.B. Christmas Seal Society, 906 West Broadway, Vancouver. Arrangements through The Memorial Society of B.C. and First Memorial Services.

RYCKMAN Doris, after a short illness, in hospital, on April 18, 1982. Predeceased by her husband, Fred Stewart. Survived by her loving family, 2 daughters, Rosemary, Marjorie and husband, Kenneth; 2 sons, A. R. (Bud) and wife, Margaret, Ernie and wife, Hilda, Calgary: 9 grandchildren; great-grandchildren; 4 brothers, Joe.

Alfie, Alan and Gordon; 4 sisters, Edith, Ethel, Elsie and Marion; many nieces and nephews. Past Matron of Kerrisdale Chapter No. 38, O. E. S.

Funeral service Wednesday, April 21, at 3 p.m. in the CHAPEL OF CHIMES, Harron Bros. on 10th 2 blocks west of Main Rev. George Fee officiating. Flowers gratefully declined.

Donations may be made to Canadian Cancer Society, 955 W. Broadway. SKIDMORE April 1982, Robert Skidmore, aged 63 years, late of Vancouver, B.C. Survived by his loving wife, Maria: son Bill and daughter-in-law Sandy, and son Bob and daughter-in-law Nancy, all of California: 3 grandchildren; 1 brother; 2 sisters. Memorial service Saturday, April 24, at 1 p.m.

in Word Faith Christian Centre, 2396 W.8th Avenue. The Rev. Bob Seymour officiating. tion. Flowers gratefully declined.

Roselawn Funeral DIrectors entrusted with arrangements. SMITH On April 19, 1982, John Albert (Bert) Smith, of Vancouver, aged 72 years. Survived by his loving wife. Evelyn; stepson, Joe Shields, and daughter-in-law, Shirley: 5 grandchildren, Brenda Ann, Geraldine Ann, Jo-anne, Marshall, and Allen; 3 great-grandchildren. Funeral service Wednesday April 21, at 3 p.m..

in the Dogwood Chapel of HAMILTON MORTUARY, 5390 Fraser Street (at 38th Avenue). Cremation. SNEED On April 16, 1982 Sharon Arlene (Freedy), late of Peachland, B.C., aged 38 years. Survived by 1 son, Jetfrey, Vancouver; her mother and stepfather, Mr. and Mrs.

Joseph Roscoe, Port Hardy; her father, Mr. Thomas Freedy, Peachiand; also 2 brothers, Calvin Flannigan, Pirt Hardy and Gerald Flannigan, Grand Prairie, Alta. Funeral service Wednesday, April 21 at 1 p.m. in the chapel of Royal Oak, Woodlawn-Bowell, 219 Sixth Street, New Westminster. Rev.

George Philps officiating. Interment Ocean View Burial Park. STENNER Sydney Bede, formerly of 3717 Albert Burnaby, B.C., suddenly passed away in Queensland, Australia, April 16, in 65th year. Survived by his loving wife, Dorothy and sons, Bede of Victoria, Peter of New South Wales, Australia, Paul of Abbotsford, Brian of Queensland, Australia, and daughters, Marie of Queensland, Australia, Anne of Maple Bay, Carolyn of Burnaby and Susan of Crofton and Sarah of Queensland, Australia, sons-in-law, daughters-in-law and grandchildren. Predeceased by his daughter, Pamela.

Burial will take place in Australia. A memorial mass will be celebrated at St. Helen's Parish, 3871 Pandora North Burnaby on April 22, 1982 at 3 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations to the St. Vincent de Paul Society will be appreciated.

WILSON Jean Emerson, peacefully on Apil 17, 1982, in her 71st year, in Vancouver Geneal Hospital. Survived by her loving husband Reg; and son David; sisters Lucy Turnill; brothers James and Bruce Emerson; son-in-law Alex; daughter-in-law Dorothy; 5 granddaughters; and many nieces and vice nephews. Memorial serTuesday, April 20 at 2 p.m. in St. Mary's Anglican Church, 2490 W.

37th Ave and Larch Vancouver. Cremation. Flowers gratefully declined, in favour of donations, if so desired, to Multiple Scierosis Society of Canada, 202-2105 W. Vancouver. Arrangements through the Memorial Society of B.C.

And First Memorial Services. 10 FUNERAL NOTICES The members of Kerrisdale Chapter, No. 38. Order of The Eastern Star are requested to attend an Eastern Star Funeral for our late sister Doris Ryckman on Wednesday, April 21, at 3 PM at Harron Bros. Chapel of Chimes, 55 East 10th Avenue.

Elsie Lockhart, W.M. Eve Slingerland, Secretary MEMORIAL GIFTS CANADIAN CANCER SOCIETY BRITISH COLUMBIA AND YUKON DIVISION 955 W. Broadway, Vancouver, V5Z 3X8. Phone 736-1211. Contributions should include name of deceased and name and address of next-of-kin (an acknowledging card will be sent).

Name and address of donor (for official receipt purposes). FUNERAL DIRECTORS FUNERAL DIRECTORS HOLLYBURN FUNERAL HOME D. E. McKenzie 1807 Marine West Vancouver 922-1221 COLUMBIA FUNERAL HOME 233 Columbia St. New Westminster 521-4881 Building Materials Do-It-Yourself 130 Cameras.

Photo Finishing Clothing. Furs, Jewelry Fabrics Yarns 143 Farm Implements 182 Food Products Vegetables, Meats 152 Furniture 138 Garage Sales 173 Heating Fuels 124 Heating Fireplaces 126 Hobbies Crafts 169 Home Appliances Service 150 Lighting Plants Pumps 184 Livestock 181 Machinery 183 Miscellaneous For Sale 170 Miscellaneous Wanted 174 Musical instruments 154 Office Furniture Equipment 134 Pet Services 177 Pet Stock 176 Poultry Supplies 180 Sewing Machines Service 142 Sporting Goods 160 Store Equipment 132 Swap 172 TV. Radio, Stereo Sales Serv 156 Typewriters 136 FUNERAL DIRECTORS Harron Bros. Ltd. Chapel Of Chimes On 10th 2 blocks West of Main St.

Vancouver 876-8877 S. E. Atchison G. B. Atchison First Memorial Services Ltd.

Exclusive Undertakers for the Memorial Society of B.C. Also serving the public from Church or Chapel to all locations. Facilities include the beautiful Boal Chapel Memorial Gardens. 1505 Lillooet North Van. 1980-3451 987-7723 KEARNEY Funeral Services "We're Here to Conveniently located between Granville and Oak St.

1096 W. Brdw'y. Please call 736-0268 Hamilton Mortuary 38th Ave. and Fraser 324-3851 Wholey Canadian Locally Owned and Operated Memorial Funeral Centres Simmons McBride 731-4151 Mount Pleasant 876-2161 Forest Lawn 299-7711 Royal Oak Woodlawn Boweil Harold C. Atchison, Mgr.

219-6 St. New West 522-0711 Cloverdale 574-4733 Bell Funeral Chapel 2746 E. Hastings St. 253-1343 Chapel Hill Ltd. Surrey White Rock 531-4222 Richmond Funeral Home 8420 Cambie, Amd 273-3748 Glenhaven Memorial Chapel 1235 E.

Hastings St. 255-7811 CREMATORIUMS Vancouver Crematorium Ltd. 5505 Fraser, 325-8251 26 LOST $200 REWARD for Longines diamond watch, lost Fri. Apr. 16, at Gastown, or Pacific Center Mall or somewhere in between call collect 206-5841165 Lge.

(25 lbs.) bik. white 1 older cat. Nr. Rumble Oak. bent ear, white collar.

433- 1094. Reward $50. For recovery of stolen '74 Datsun B210 Colour, dark green, with black touch up. 669-7209. April 16, Ladies Seiko watch, between 13 Cypress 16th MacDonald.

Reward. 736- 4902. Charm bracelet with 2 charms, lost on April 17. Reward. Sentimental value.

420- 9651 LADY'S Seiko watch vic. Bdwy. Reward offered. Pise call 664-2756; 876- 2595 Central Park, older black female long-haired cat. Family pet.

Reward. 437-7405. Apr. 10th. Gray white male Sheltie, very shy.

Brookswood area, Langley. Rewd. 530-9481 10 mos. old female cat, black paws, vic. 66th Heather.

325-1878 eves. Fern. tortoise shell cat, orange grey white, vic. fam. pet 872-3285.

$300 Reward. Black, long haired male cat. Garden City Blundell, Rmd. 274-9410. Set of keys, 17-18 on a ring.

downtown Vanc. Apr. 9, badly needed. 669-5434 Brown purse, Super Need Reward. Karen, 299-4980.

Mans gold arabic puzzle ring. 10th April, Stanley Park. Sentimental value. 536-7179. Laly's amethyst signet ring.

initialed, Brentwood Mall area. Reward 253-3885. yr. old N. fem.

Shepherd, 683-6711 vic. Van local 2931, 987-6163 Reward 11 yr. old, spaniel type black markings 872-0957 Male dark seal point Siamese cat, vic. Rumble Nelson, Van. 733-9655, 731-3178.

Fem. cat, white mrkgs. White flea collar. N. Delta area.

590-1840. Reward. Neutered sable white Sheltie, wearing choke chain, 980-0762. co*ck-A-Poo, male, long hair. Burquitiam rabies tag.

931-3048 alt. 6. Reward: 'Mutz', 8 yr old Shep. Fmly pet. 872-4133.

Mans hearing aid, fits right ear. Btwn. New West White Rock. Reward. 536-5633.

Colored photo of woman in gypsy costume sitting by grand piano. 876 E. 8th Ave. Gray, black white Keeshound, Scott Town area. 581- 2641.

Reward. Golden Retriever, Pt. Grey, Drake. 224- 3451 or Elizabeth 681-9211 Reward. Coloured fresh water pearl necklace, Sears, Bby.

area. 536-2147. Sm. white male dog (co*ckapoo) Long hair, black ears. black eye.

278-7448. Reward Lge, gold reddish colour dog. E. Apr. 18.

Ans. to Murphy. 872-8939, 327-6639. dog, 5 mos. 41 Lost Small brown 1 on Apr.

16. 438-0059 Lost, 2 Israeli passports. Please return to Judith Habib Bar Kochba, 434-9299. Black fem. cat lost vic Few white hairs under chin.

Reward. 736-9446 Senegal parrot, green. Howard Rd. on Alberni Van. Is.

Reward. 112-752-6189 med. male bik dog with white chest. Needs special care. 576-1829.

Lady's silver Seiko watch Sentimental value. Reward. 689-3650 or 253-9584. Set of keys, downtown Vanc. or main post office, April 15th, 438-8360, eves.

Keys on a ring, Kits Beach, left on bench. Please phone 738-8135. Small Corgi dog lost in Pt. Grey area. Answers to Cricket, 669-7177 or 738-0314.

case, vic. E. 26th Inverness. 321-6529 27 FOUND It costs you nothing but a phone call to place a found advertisem*nt. Husky Shep, cross dog, male, vic.

96th. 120th. Delta. 594-5203. Female Calico colour cat flea collar, vic.

261-2642 Male ginger kitten, 4-5 mos. old. White flea collar, Vic. Nelson Thurlow. 732-9094 Blue Budgie, April 19th.

Vicinity of 4300blk. Winsor St. 25th. 33rd. 879-5424.

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Delicious meals. Box 489, Ashcroft, B.C. VOK 1A0. 453- 2422 or 453-2554. JOLLY ROGER INN SECRET COVE, B.C.

8 deluxe, waterfront townhouse units. Weekly monthly rates. Moorage avail. Contact Jim Honeysett: 438-1471 day, 461-2160 eve. HAWAII HAWAII Call us first to find out how you can quality fora free round trip air fare.

Don Thom 687-1662 or 530-5962. THE PERMANENT Chill wack sinct 248 Other Cities 250 Apartment Property 263 Business Opportunities 280 Business Wanted 281 195 Commercial Ind. Property 264 194 Country Homes Acreage 192 Farms Ranches 185 Guit Islands 258 188 industnal Property 264 Mining Property 266 196 197 Money For Mortgages 284 186 Money To Loan 282 Mortgages For Sale 286 199 Money Wanted 286 Property For Exchange 268 200 Property For Sale 251 210 Property Wanted 270 220 Recreational Property 261 224 Resort Properties 226 Out Of Province 262 228 Sunshine Coast 257 233 Timber Mills 265 234 Vancouver Island Property 256 236 237 Waterfrontage 260 Warehouses, Factones 375 238 239 240 Automotive 241 242 244 Aircraft 420 246 Automobiles For Sale 400 247 Heavy Trucks Buses 412 249 Trailers. Campers 437 44 TRAVEL TWO FABULOUS TOURS China Departs October 16 or Russia Departs Sept. 3 Call Bayshore Travel 689-8585 or write: 1500 Alberni Street, Vancouver, B.C., V6G 1A8.

Maverick Holiday Tours Disneyland, San California, Nevada, Arizona, Canadian tour, Nashville. Plus more exciting tours. Free brochure! Call 255-1171. Silver Wing Holidays fly to Reno, Las Vegas, Hawaii, neyland, San Diego and Nashville. Call 273-1525.

YUGOSLAVIA Our Travel Specialty. Call Victoria at 873-8366 today! Omega Travel Service Ltd. 2932 W. Broadway 738-6331 BRIGHTS TRAVEL 3273 Kingsway 438-0350 Skyline Travel 563-Granville St EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES Advertisers are reminded that Provincial legislation forbids the publication of any advertisem*nt which discriminates against any person because of race, religion, sex, colour, nationality, ancestry or place of origin, or age, unless the condition is justified by bone fide requirement for the work involved. Readers: In ads where 'male' is referred to, please read also as 'female' and where 'female' is used, read also as Use CONFIDENTIAL SERVICE There may be certain firms or individuals to whom your replies should not go.

ply address your application to the Box Number in the ad and attach a separate list of such names. We will destroy your letter if your guess is right. EMPLOYMENT SEEKERS In replying to employment advertising, copies of satisfactory. Do not send originals. 45 BEAUTICIANS or BARBERS WE REQUIRE STYLISTS Must be fully experienced in all aspects of hair design current techniques.

APPRENTICES Enthusiastic graduates of a hairdressing course required for our Vancouver salons. Call Ina at Raymond Salons 738-3135 Shop. looking for hair stylists with clientele. Must be enthusiastic. We have good working conditions a very attractive shop.

For info. call days 266- 1104; eves. 734-1513 ask for Luc. Unisex Salon in Burnaby requires a qualified Stylist, some clientele. 430-2471 wkdys.

438-0512 eves wknds. Lic. hairdresser req. for in New West. Sue 525- 2644.

Men's hair stylist with some clientele, downtown. 687-6265. Let us help. Stylists needed. 688-9214, 876-2355.

46 DRIVERS, CHAUFFEURS Taxi Drivers Wanted Richmond Cabs Ltd. 8200 Capstan Way, Richmond 278-9191 or 278-8358 Taxi Drivers Wanted MacLure's Cabs Ltd. 1510 W. 3rd. Ave.

731-9211 47 DOMESTIC, DAYCARE JOBS Companion for elderly gentleman. Wanted 2 or 3 eves. a wk. some wkds. to live in.

Oakridge Area. 261-0656. Full time babysitter req. in my home for 2 boys 4 20 mos. $440 mo.

278-4195 aft 5 WANT ADS DON'T COST THEY PAY TRAVEL TOUR FOR SENIOR CITIZENS From Vancouver May 7, returning May 9. 2 nights Victoria with city tour and visit to Butchart Gardens. All day ride on VIA Rail to Qualicum Beach and back. Cost from $109 per person dble. occupancy.

Call: TRAVEL LTD. 563 Granville Vancouver, B.C., V6C 1X6 Tel. (604) 685-6102 53 MINING, LUMBERING, CONSTRUCTION the province 73 736-2211 Mon. to Fri. 8:30 a.m.

to 9:00 p.m. Trucks 411 Car-Truck, Lease-Rent 407 Wanted Cars. Trucks 394 insurance 399 New Car Recreation information Wanted 36 in Memoriam 16 Legais 445 Letters of Appreciation Lodge Notices 28 26 Marriages Memorial Gifts 17 Monumental Works 20 Personal Seasons Greetings Travel Employment Educational 74 EMPLOYMENT WANTED Child Care Jobs Wanted 73 Men 70 Men-Women Women 72 DEATHS BRYNELSEN- John Arnold, April 18, 1982, born August 10, 1915 in Vancouver, B.C. of pioneer B.C. family.

Married Kathleen Stewart in 1941 (deceased 1975), graduated as a mechanical engineer from U.B.C. in 1943, Sigma Phi Delta Fraternity. After practicing as a professional engineer in Vancouver, advising in fishing, logging, mining, tow boating and shipyard industries for many years, he retired to Secret Cove, B.C. in 1965 and built and operated the original Jolly Roger Inn. Married Holly Maxwell in 1976.

A beloved husband, father and grandfather. He is survived by his wife Holly, son Dal, daughter Dana. daughter-in-law Corinne, three granddaughters, Kirsten, Sonja and Anna Marie, his tather (John (Pop) Brynelsen brothers Bernard and Ernest, nieces Karen Brynelsen, Dawn, Dale and Lynn Cunningham, cousins Alvin and Pat Oraland of Stanwood, Wa. His family and many friends will beat remember Johnny for his warmth and wonderful humor, a lasting legacy for all who knew him. Memorial services will be held Wednesday, April 21, 1982 at 2 p.m.

at St. Francis in the Wood, 4797S Piccadilly, Caulfield, West Vancouver. In lieu of flowers, donations to St. Mary's Hospital, Sechelt, B.C. to assist them in providing services to patients with cancer and their families, would be gratefully appreciated.

BURGIS In Victoria, B.C., on April 13, 1982, Mr. Charles William Burgis, in his 67th year, of 3837 Duke Road. A long time resident of Victoria and Vancouver. He is survived by his wife, Jean; his daughter, Margaret Huth, of Burnaby; son, Robert, of Saudi Arabia; grandchildren, Terry, Rob, Michelle and Cathy; his mother, Edith Burgis of Victoria. He served with the RCNVR in the Second World War.

The funeral service was held in the McCALL BROS. Chapel, Victoria, on Friday, Aprill 16 with the Rev. H. Silvester officiating, followed by cremation. (In lieu of flowers, friends if desired may donate to the Cancer Society, 857 Caledonia Avenue, Victoria, B.C., V8T 1E6).

CHALK On April 14, 1982, Ellen Eaton Chalk, of 3109 Trafalger Street, aged 75 years. Survived by her loving husband, Clayton; 1 daughter Mrs. D.W. (Irene) Buckley, Hamilton, Ontario; 3 grandchildren, Norman, Wendy and Ken; 1 greatgrandchild. Funeral service Wednesday, April 21.

at 1 PM in the CHAPEL OF CHIMES, ron Bros. Ltd. on 10th Avenue, 2 blocks W. of Main Street. Captain Jack Cameron officiating.

Interment Forest Lawn Memorial Park. COLLETT Arthur Edgar born in Souris, Manitoba in 1903, passed away in the Vancouver General Hospital on Saturday, April 17, 1982. Survived by his loving wife. Eoined; son Bruce and Gayle; daughter Daphne (Mrs. Robert G.

Wilson): 5 granddaughters, Lynne, Dina and Collet, Laura and Andrea Wilson; sisters, Mrs. James Robertson (Constance), of Montreal, Mrs. C. C. Zell (Maime), of Camarillo, California.

A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m., Wednesday April 21 in St. Mary's Anglican Church (Kerrisdale) corner of 37th and Larch St. Cremation. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Canadian Arthritis Society would be appreciated. Arrangements through The Memorial Society of B.C.

and First Memorial Services. FIESEL On April 17, 1982, Edward Fiesel, aged 75 years. Survived by his loving wife, Lillian, 1 daughter, Valerie, grandchildren, Greg, Garth and Linda, brother, Jake Fiesel, of Regina. Funeral service at 12 noon, Wednesday, April 21, at the FOREST LAWN FUNERAL CENTER, Royal Oak Avenue at Canada Way, followed by interment at Forest Lawn. FOUNTAIN Muriel of Vancouver, B.C.

on April 18, 1982, aged 78 years. Predeceased by her husband, George F. in 1979. She is survived by her loving family, son, Russell, of North Vancouver; daughter, West Mrs. Ian (Joyce) Des her grandchildren, Jeffrey and NiBrisay, of Vancouver; cole Fountain and Gordon, Stuart and Janet Des Brisay.

Memorial service will ba held 2 p.m. Friday, April 23 in Knox United Church, 5600 Balaclava Vancouver. Cremation. Flowers are gratefully declined in favour of donations, if desired, to the B.C. Heart Foundation.

Arrangements through First Memorial Services. HAMMELL William James (Bill), Ocean Park, B.C. on April 18, 1982. He is survived by his loving family; wife Queenie; his sister, Mary Bliss of Victoria and his brother, Harold in Calgary. A private service was held.

Cremation. Flowers are gratefully declined in favour of donations, if desired, to St. Hospital Respiratory Unit Fund or to the charity of your choice. Arrangements through First Memorial Services. HEINRICH -Allen S.

of Ruskin, B.C. on April 18, 1982, in 71st year. He is survived by his loving family, wife, Patricia, sons, Stephen and William, and 3 grandchildren. No service by request of the deceased. Cremation.

In lieu of flowers, donations to the charlty of your own choice. Arrangements through the Society of B.C. and First Memorial Services. KELLAND In Vancouver on April 17, 1982 in his 92nd year, Sydney Kelland. He is survived by 1 son, Herbert and Katherine, of Ottawa: 3 grandchildren.

Funeral to be held at Shaughnessy. Heights United Church, 1550 33rd Vancouver on Wednesday, April 21 at 2 p.m. followed by interment at Ocean View Burial Park. A MOUNT PLEASANT. SIMMONS MCBRIDE arrangement.

KLING On Friday, April 16, 1982, Fern Arlene Kling aged 39 years of Delta, B.C. She is survived by her loving ter, family; Mrs. 1 son, Shelley Robert: 1 Woods: daugh. brother, Gary Main; her mother, Doris Main. Memorial service will be held Wednesday, April 21 at 1 p.m.

in the Chapel of THE DELTA FUNERAL HOME. 5329 Trunk Delta. Rev. D. Macdonald officiating, Cremation.

In lieu tions may be made to The Fox Cancer Fund. Directory New Car Dealers 396 Sports and Imported Cars Sports. imported Cars 405 Classic, Antique 8 Vintage Cars 400 Auto Service Auto Parts Service 410 EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES 47 DOMESTIC, DAYCARE JOBS English avail. 594. 5251, days.

112-856-9771 aft 6 Live- Life Skills Assistant. Experience preferable but not essential. Room board plus salary. 731-5157 after 6 p.m. need babysitter 4 days a 3 nights, afternoon for 2 boys, age 7 3.

684-4067 Live-in mature, flexible, 2 boys, 10. N. Van. 929-4969. Require live in babysitter.

524-0401, leave message. 48 HOTEL, RESTAURANT FOOD SERVICES EMILIO'S Requires full time experienced Salad Person. Starting wage $5.50 hr. Shifts: 3 evenings per week; 4-12 midnight one of 5 am one of 3-11 pm. Tuesdays and Wednesdays off.

Full time experienced Dinner Cook. $7 per hr. to start. Interest knowledge of seafoods. 4 shifts of 4-12 midnight and one of 3-11 pm.

Days off: Mon. Tues. Will be alternating Sundays for time being. Apply 1540 W. 2nd Ave.

Phone: 736-4584. PUCCINI'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT is now accepting for the following positions: Chef Sous Chef Cook All above positions are for night shift. Interviews will be held at: 730 Main Vancouver Mon. Tues. Apr.

19 20 btwn. 10 a.m. 2 p.m. INTERNATIONAL House of Pancakes 6780 No. 3 Road Richmond, 273-3411 Seeking mature full time Cook.

Should have had prior breakfast experience. Willing to 88- sume responsibility. Able to work weekends. Apply in person only after 2 p.m. Required immediately, exper.

Counter Salad Maker. Also seeking full time Cook for new location opening in July. Phone 669- 2816, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. MCDONALD'S 740 6th.

New West. Full time position available for Maintenance person. please apply in person to above. McOonald's Restaurant, 160 S.W. Marine Dr, Van.

Accepting full time part time applications. Pls. apply in person. Pemberton Hotel requires cook. 1 yr.

min. exp. Wages accom. avail. 112-894- 6848 Mr.

Grabas. Exp. req'd for full or part-time. Apply within at 3451 Kingsway btwn 8 pm 10 pm. Full time wanted at Mr.

Mike's Steakhouse 1652 S.E. Marine Dr. apply within. Restaurant personnel wanted, exp. 17704 56 Cloverdale Square.

Vic Way Rest. req. exp. 876-9727, 1996 Kingsway. Chinese speaking req'd.

Must be exp'd. Apply at 1262 Burrard Vanc. 52 TRADES, TECHNICAL WAITRESSES Experienced full time employment. Dogwood Restaurant, 8111 Park Rd, Richmond Boats-Manne Supplies 427 Sailboats 428 Boats For Charter 429 Commercial Boats 430 Motorcycles 435 Snowmobiles 436 Trailers. Campers, Motor Homes 437 "The Auction Block' Auctions 440 Legals 445 EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES 48 HOTEL, RESTAURANT FOOD SERVICES Require part-time Bar help.

Weekends only. Apply 1138 Davie Vancouver. DININGROOM CAPTAIN Req'd. Apply in person at 709- 12th St. New West.

Part time Bouncer required. 681-7541 Ext. 215. 52 TRADES, TECHNICAL RECREATIONAL VEHICLE TECHNICIANS Expanding organization is now hiring R.V. Service Technicians.

Qualified experience necessary in appliances, air conditioning, refrigeration, plumbing, generators, electrical, brake systems. sheet metal. Exc. benefits including medical profit sharing. If you are serious about your future, apply in person only, no phone calls, at U-Haul 13425 Moving King Centers.

Sur- rey, George Hwy North Vanc. 1410 Main St. LIFT CRANE Operators Min. 10 yrs. exp.

Manitowac 2800 ALLIED SHIPBUILDERS LTD. 929-2365 MILLWRIGHT Domtar Construction Materials Gypsum Division requires a Millwright with TO certification for it's Surrey Wallboard Gypsum plant. The successful applicant will assist with repairs and maintenance of the plant. Person interested in this position should apply to: Plant Engineer, Domtar Construction Materials 12509 116th Ave, P.O. Box 70, Surrey B.C.

V3T 4W4 SERVICE REPRESENTATIVES needed to repair automated equipment in B.C. A good basic knowledge of electrical circuitry and electrochanical aptitude is an essential requirement of this job. Training tools and company vehicle provided. Excellent fringe benefits. Reply to Box 520 of this paper giving resume of education and experience.

Radio Technician Canadian General Electric is seeking two-way radio technicians for Vancouver area. Applicants must have minimum 2 years experience servicing VHF UHF two-way radios. Apply by phoning D. Leeson 255-9541. Golf course mechanic, must be fully experienced qualified, capable of servicing repairing a wide variety of machinery turf equipment used in the maintenance of the grounds on a golf course.

Apply by resume only Mr. M. Hart, Vancouver Golf Club, 771 Austin B.C. V3J 7A2 We require an exp'd production supervisor for our plant. The successful applicant will be a self -starter with good mechanical skills a desire to run his own operation, Please send resume to the attention of R.

Clyne, Tempo Sales 1241 Homer Vancouver. V6B 2Y9. THE BRIGHT ONES READ THE PROVINCE 52 TRADES, TECHNICAL Granada TV Rental Is Looking For Technicians For several locations in the Vancouver area We are looking for people who have a couple of years of colour TV service experience as well as trainees who have completed a colour TV course. If you'd like to become part of one of the world's top television service teams, come and see us. We offer a good starting salray, a working environment that is friendly and challenging, plus excellent benefits.

Interested and qualified persons please apply in person at 101 1200 Lonsdale N. Vancouver 53 MINING, LUMBERING, 53 MINING, LUMBERING, OCEAN FRONT One of the finest 3-BR condos in beaut. Puamana, Maui. Reg. $182 day.

Deal direct through owner, $129. Linda, 112-382- 6042. 388-7369 Waikiki fully-eqpd. ex. secured J.

Carlisle 682- 5431, 929-5183 Maui or Waikiki deluxe condos, beach, pool, tennis, kitchen, $35. 263-7767 Kihei, ocean view, 1-BR, Kamaole Beach, pool, tennis, adults only. 922-0821. Kihei, Maui, best value on beach. 926-6689.

Bali Hai site Townhouse Kauai. Bargain. 986-3101 Waikiki apt. Spec. fr.

May 22, nr bch. 224-4687. Waikiki 3 BR Studio or 1 BR. Low rates. Owner, 438-0438.

OTHER AREAS Luxury condo choose from, Acapulco, Spain, Las Vegas. Lake Tahoe. 1 BR. wkly. 859- 0812 eves.

SUMMER COTTAGES Furn. cabins on beaut. Shuswap Lk. 526-4905. 44 TRAVEL Sail to Hawaii, 57' ketch, leaving May 2, 30-day tour incis.

food, beverages return air fare. 879-7993. Dogwood Tours 980-0596 or 687-8590 North Vancouver TRAVEL HEADQUARTERS 327-1162 687-8341 5744 Cambie St. Chieftan Tours lowest charter fares to Toronto Ireland. 270-6187 BUS or AIR Red Velvet Tours Travel Ltd 2263 Kgswy Van.

438-5322. ADANAC TOURS 437-3781 689-8737 CONSTRUCTION Giant YELLOWKNIFE MINES LIMITED Giant Yellowknife Mines which is located three miles from the city of Yellowknife, offers immediate openings for the following positions: RAISE MINER plus bonus -Must have 4-5 years experience as Raise Miner LONGHOLE DRILLER plus bonus -Must have 3-4 years experience -Must be familiar with bar and arm longhole drill We offer a full range of benefits as well as single and married accommodation. Qualified applicants should submit a detailed work hisotry to: Personnel Assistant Giant Yellowknife Mines Ltd. P.O. Box 3000 Yellowknife, N.W.T., X1A 2M2 or call: Colin Hudson (403) 873-6301.

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