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No. 29 — lOUt YEAR 


26 PAGES 


VUTORIA, BRipSH COLUMBIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1959 


VAN'COrVCB (CP)_BaH mt flM.OM. the 
lilKiic*| ever *et hy Britbh Cohimbto c««rtjs »m 
gomUd Thundftx let IIm rH««iie et a Vaamver 
naa Itold oa aarrattc rlurKe*. 

BaU for 8ta«« Bolurk waa la tk« fona af 
S75.M0 la Doialaloa of Caaada boa<ls aad rvaJ 
ralato frooi kb brotbrr. Aadrow Boka^k, aad 
la raal aatato Iron Caraliao Vttaaaa. 


7 Won Y Sell Out 
To Americans ’ 


HAVANA (UPI) — Fidel Castro, whose 
Cuban regime is under sharp criticism in the 
United States for its executions of Batista sup- 
porters. said yesterday, *‘I won*t tell out to the 
Americans, nor will I take orders from them.” 

TK« b f ntod Cuban leutor 
tp»k# out brforr • crowd sath 
orvd At the Hotel Nortona] fol- 
kminf A gnmtng wave of Uit 
concreAAkKuU proteet cApped 
by A demAnd tor a United Na- 
Uont Inveetigatlon of the ex 
ecttUone In Cube. 
ujaASK rai>ATs 

Aebed In a written ir>quiry 
whether he had declared, aa 
reported, that **300.000 grlngoa 
will die** If the United .Siatea 
aenda Martnea to Cuba. Caairo 
aald he had made the alate 
ment In the rourae of a private 
fwnveraalloci v^th five or ati 
frlenda but that he had not in- 
tended the remark for puhllra- 
tton 

He aald 'he remark wax not 
Intended aa an offkial aiaie- 
ment 

('aairo aald he refrefted 
’‘Itea** being inid in fhe United 
Statea b> "pofliiriana" about 
the the Cuban revolutionary 
go v ernment. The rebel leader 
who haa atrongly nitici/ed the 
I'nited .'vtaiee for giving aid to 
Ihe Batiaia regime, aald he 
Ihoughi the U.& had "Warned 
Ita leaoon** about intervention, 
mu BY CHOICB 

'We are free by our own 
chotoe anB m we don't eaport 


committee, aaid bat night he 
expected the United Statea to 
name a new amhoaaador to 
Cuba "momentarily" to convey 
US conrem over maa« execu- 
Itoftx being conducted by the 
regime of Pldel Caatro 


Suffrm Slpokc 

hi trail phyaial Bu nd t d w 
recently. General of tha 
Army George C. Mnrahall 
yeaterda> niffercd a atroka 
deanibe d as ••mild.*’ One of 
the great Uodara of the 
Allied fori'ea and postwar 
architect of tho MarahaH 
Plan. On. MarshaU'a awidW 
lion at Fort Bragg. N.C, 
army hoapiial. was ''aattafar- 
lory." 


auDAD ’mvmxA\ no- 
mmican Republic <UFf> Ful- 
genrte Batista yesterday de- 
nounced PldH Castro for 
executing hia foes and causing 
s "mwr of toood' to flow In 
Cuba 

The deposed (*uban presi- 
dent. now living in exile here, 
•aid the wave of executions 
(n Cuba was *'a s>mpiom of 
barbs rUm." 


Farewell to Lommander, Hello to Another 

Farewell salute to U.-Cd. Thomas de Faye, front of Allan, at right of i^vieuing sUnc 
platform, is given by First Battalion. Princess Pa- platform were Brig. Cameron B. 
tricia*s Canadian Ught Infantry, on rainswept parade the First Canadian Infantry Brigai 

ground at Work Point. CereinonUI yesterday marked J, W. Bishop. B.C. Area Commandei 

handing over Battalion command to Lt.-Col. James C. salute as troops marched bv. 


Parliament Opens 


Glittering Ceremon 


inter Joh$ Amired 


Striped Pants and Alink 

* ^ ^ # Debate to Be^in Monday 

Phrone Soeech HHH 


•amo Mlssak* iimsn u wt l Bnt ' 

agaiR.” Caatro aoM. Work will start immH 

Castro stoonly after j boBUtifiCBlJoo of 

tho rovolutlonary govornment 

sot up s death code :o logaU/o Brown, cnainnan of ino ( 
But ParUamoni lan'l rushing tho oxocutlon of fellowors of C'ommitaion. said but night 

Batista Throughout tho day. 

revolutionary flHng aquada Pro)^* •greod to by thi 
worn molbodlraUv about the **<witmlaa*ofi. whkh Includot 


into Its task, at least for the 
first few daya Today the 
Commons wiU moot beloflv in 
tho aftomoon to hear spoorhoe 
by tho mover and sorondoi of 
the traditional address in reply 
to the throne speech. Its KVday 

throne speech debate won't 

start until Monday when party 
leaders will take the Hoik The imABhK ASO 11.1. 

Senate la adyoumed until ('astro appesred hoarse and 
Tuesday night III Hi« appearance ws« in Start on the King (ieorgo 

From Thursday's Senate 'liiert defiance of Ihe orders Teirace section of Reach 
t'onfifions memhe* L of his doctor, who said he Otlve gVtooo 

- would contract pneumonia If ess 

iMvialUimn of roment ioe« 
sinne the waierfrnnt rtiffs of 
Resmn Hill Park to stop 
erosion. MKtrwt, 


Recently the ClDC aUocaied 
133.000 for worli at Ktnamen 
Gorge Park and S3JOO for com- 
pletioa of Beoron HlU Park 
Illumination 

The government allowed 
r Beach SSUMkin lot capAal city im- 
Avenue, provemenu in lu budget for 
the current ftaral year and 
other pro)erta are expected to 
be announced before March H. 


OTTAWA (CP) — High- 
kghta of the Speech from 
the Throne reed at the 
opening of Parttoment: 

New pro)ecta for nattonal 
developnwnt will be placod bo 
(ore Parliament. 


•il^ 1^ . t « ceremony 

th.lr tnrm.1 ,h^r o«n rtuml..' 

But for the first few p«ra gnwn the hall to welcome four h* d»d noi remain In bed 
giaphs of the speech he had new member. rtWMen m b\ The new death reguUtions 
to contend with a perstsient efectlons since the last session, provided for. capital punish 
bua of noise from ebullient and to hear tributes to two ttient for all members of the 
Commons members at the rear former members who died *rmed (erres and of socalled 
of Ihe chamber, many of them since then. repressions corps who haw 

greeting each iMher for tbe And laier in the day the Ren committed crimes Included In 
hrst lime since the last session ate learned It has three new raiegnn were "inform 

ended Sept, g senators appointed by Prune *ho commuted crimes 

TTie throne speech promised Minister tHefenhaker John either the establish 

■ heavy agerwia of government Alexander Buchanan of Ed then! or In defence of the 
teglslatlon durtng Ihe new sea- monion. John Hnatyshyn of 'B*f****^ regime overthrown 
Sion. Mkely to extend wetl Into Ra.'katoon and John C. Higgiru 

summer. of St. John's. Nfkl. BlMJNG I.KriAl.lzrD 

Prime Minister Jose Miro 
(’ardana told a televised news 
rvmference that the i-ounrll 
of ministers at its la*t sitting 
amended the Cuban constitu- 
tion to permit application of 
the death penallv as specified 
the Senate. Mr Masaey pro- «imve 

reeded to read Ihe Ihione *11101, execution of "war 
speech, fintahing the EngHah criminals" will no longer mean 

version In 13 minutes and Ihe * •« «f -iv^Mlonary 

_ . . Justice** but will be In corn- 

repeat reading In French In mnstltutlonal 

another 30 mtnutm. ‘ statutes. 

The ceremony was recorded * ■•tm has emphasitad ihal 
bv lelevtoion lor broadraat In »rtals must con 


A eontributory piMt of mad- 
Ira] benefits (br rtvtt aervants 
wiU b* proposed. 


Amendment to anti-comMnt 
laws will he proposed. 


Aetion will bo proposed to 
aJIrvtato **dta c il im naiory" ef- 
facts of the rocant 17-per-«am 
rail freight rate bicreasa. 


VINCENT MA.ASCY 
• . . perautent busa 


The gofvemment will Mfc ex- 
tension lar one year af tha to- 
crease to the ptWlnclsI share 
ef personal Income tax rev- 
enue given last year. 


Legislation wUl be introduced 
to laptoment roceat dactalons 
of the Inferitatlonal Bank and 
International Monetary Fund 
to Increase their resources. 


Pay Dispute Threat 
To U haling Season 

(Pigc 2) 


FUiminfi R ell 
Under Control 

CALOARt (CPl— As sti 
svell borwtog wIM to north 
saatsm Brttlsb (otoasMs 
since iMt Handsy Isos been 
bfwgti t nnder c ontrol, sfft- 
etols mt Pan ■ A m s r I e s n 
Petroleam Csrpaia H aa an- 
nanneed. The so m paay snM 
tbe Maae was extl ngu lebed 
earner Tbarsday and tbe 
srlM weB waa Mint to. Two 
men were kJBed when tbe 


Tradition of (enturirs 


The g ov er n ment depte r e a 
Russian action on the Berlin 
situation. 


Summit Still troal 
Of Rprix— Mikoyan 
fPagp 3) 


In pr aatad (aderal ewndl 
turo an tha Trans-Gmtsda 
Highway arlll be reeo mm ended. 


A special Commons commit- 
tee wU be set up to review 
hmadenating polley and opera 
tlona. 


(*hangea will be sought In Ihe 
Export Creditx Insurance Art. 
which Inauree Uanadton ex- 
porters against nonpayment 
by faretgii buyers. • 


LegUlatlon wUl be inlrodurod 
to institute farm crop Insur- 
ance to conjunctlnn with any 
pmvtneea that want H. 


Alidasses Hood of * 19 
Hecalled in Boston 
iPage 12) 


Parliament will be asked tn 
review and revtae farm credit 

)oftslatto« to make H more 

affective. 


C.ouri Trouble^ 
Slegroes I rged 

(Page 13) 


Vktorto Toi^ last night 
paaoad a motion agreeing to 
rap Ihe knuefclea of their 
leoder. John Diefenboker, for 
>**P(dng the knucklee of ob- 
servatory lechntctan Edward 
Argyla. 

Motion was proposed by Mrs. 
Arthur Buell. 505 McOure. fol- 
lowing a mentton of John IFa 
Bill of Righto at a meeting of 
Ihe Vktorto Provincial Progrea- 
alve-Coneervatlve AaeeclatloA. 

Mr. Argyle ef the Dominion 
Aatrephyalcal Observatory In 
SaanM )iad been reprimanded 
by Ottawa aftar branding tha 


IjOiest Index 
Of Iworden Sates 
(Pagp 24) 


Loftalatlon nil! be introduced 
to encourage the flow of pri- 
vate funds Into mortgagoa for 
feoualng. 


LONDON (AP) The .«<ovtet 
government aald Thursday pto- 
ductlon moved ahead tn Rue 
sla during 15M. with output 
hooated In everything from 
television sets to iractoni 
A survey Issued by the gov 
emrneni's central ataitatlcal 
board was broadcast by Radio 
Moscow. It painted a rosy pic- 
ture of production targets out- 
stripped by workers who rol- 
lected more pay and worked 
ahoriar hours. 


Industrial production, the 
survey aald. was up 10 per 
rent compared with 1557. It 
added. 

Steel output rose seven per 
cent to a figure of 51.900.000 
tone. Iron ore production waa 
njtoojmo tons, coal 495. 
non.nno tons and oU ll3.onojmo 
tona. 

Tkey turned out more blast 
(urnarea. steel shops, turbine 
generalora, trucks, autonto- 
Wtoa and tractors. 


Prevlatons for atrengihenlng 
federt) leglxiatlon against ob- 
arene literature wUI bs sought. 


The Elertton Act will be ro- 
slewed by a Commons com- 
mMiea with a view to later 
IsflBtotlon. ^ 






# Pay Less 

CAPITAL 
IRON & 
METALS 








2 B«U|1 (Lolmilft VktoHt. I.C. Fri. km. 1C. IMf 


TfNlVO (AP) — Jaimu’i 
radtot M»d pMMta 
wMli nt 

dHtvM TlranMlBy M ItM 
■««w« tiMi iw« H IS Ihi^P 
dn(« »Mw4owrd In Um AnV 
arrtt^ 11 mMillM ac* Had 
lirwn fonnd aH««. 

Tk# tef* war# Mt WkInC 


Uiih G. E, Mortimore 


VANOCM'VER ICTI A AIIM Wotkei*’ I’nktn ha» 
w«f« dt*pu(« may t|* up Crll- aaltad B.C. Packen Limtiad 
Ith Cotumbta'a whaling fla^ for an adjuitmanl in uaga*. 
Uua yaar. but lb* firm ha* rvfuawl any 

Tha fnltad ruharmm and Imraaia in vlaw o! a poor 

Oiarkal for whak olL 

. , . . • Akx Gordon. UPAWU buai 


Ha aald craw mambara 
aarrw^ baiwran CS.SfiO and 
tS.400 fnr f4 montha* aork 
la«l yaar Mr. Gordon aald ihat 
(ompaiad alih rraw mam bars' 
wagaa on lowbnaU. tha whakr 


Wood M kming gitHind to matak. pUaticg and other 
malenak. the edttor <d lha maguane Umbar of i'mnmtimt 
Don Lockhart, Mid reoantly. 


foiaai laii>alrw«, aaop' 


nrgullatara thaiv wdl ba nn 
wtiahng apatatiana ihU ya«r 
unkaa tha man agraa lo no in- 
craaia Ip. wfg**- In addmon. 
ha luun. enmpany nnM 

agrwmant muat ba «ifnad b> 


pulp and pap^r nu-. wall ba 
or. ihatr w«> to nWivton. 

**lt k a matlar of oaikmal 
Impniianaa tor ua . la tw> 
lata lha probtam and aoivo it 
wiiJiout . . . daky ' 


waerylng atioul ihadangor that 
wa would daatroy oqr foraata 
and luin tha rr»uiilry Inlu a 
daaari. For yaar* wa taamail 
w^ iui tha way to doing that. 


Distant Drone 

ROUN AIR rrmcp: ba5cf, 
Fla. «AIM A 91.000 000 &o 


JOHNNY WAYNE and niANKTE Sta’STER 
• . . i'NE offers too littk 


mare guHod mkatlr laonchad 


fiom a naw taat •antra Thurw 
day ac orad a dlract hll nn a 
jet drana ayUig AT mllaa out 
nvar lha Gulf of Maxtao. 


Barber Forest IV 


1 oparaiioti. 

Mr. Gurdtm aald Iho (>o 
worker* involvad haw not had 
I a waga Ovrrtaar ainoa HM C. 

Haiiiaiin, induatilal tala- 
imn* managtr for lha firm, 
aald whak oil prira* haw 
dropped 40 par rant ainc* 1961 
and B.C. Parhara cannot af* 
fnrd to gamble 9300 000 In re- 
I pairing lha Ma venaai Ikat 
I unkaa the union agraaa lo laat 
yaar'a pay rata. 

"Wa mual fiarl nn th# ahipa 
at lha and of tho month If 
ihav ara to ba raady for 
Apnl,** ha aald. 


N‘>w. If wa ara lo baltava thara Will ba m>llUng tor Paul 
01 khan our worriaa art Runyan and hla diaetplao lo 


Even His Underwear 
Burst into Flames 


■ I rp* \j • I • II |»y TKllRAN. Iran Nu*^n •Ikiw al lha t'anadlan Nationai 

Hign-Kisger fanishing Dreea: Meab.,e*h I* all burttad up tAhiNiinii bacauaa lha .nonay 

t* V ^ < Arwt even tha Tahtan fha bri wa« loo luu Abwatar *a«d kaf 

A marhanlral tpar irga. to great many pkatia* ate partly gada aeema unabk la do any- night lha aum waa far bakw 

' luaaad around nn a irucfc. tnada of wood, nr wood pulp, thins about II lha 9100.000 paid IbMuay lUya 

• . ^ .Sriahea ta laartung to maha Ilk IrouMa k tponlananua and Cob Mnpa. 

raolana to pul ma niga- ^ ^ combuaiion. Kven hia undai- a * a 

tger out of a jnb aoh aa »itk. panta were m«t tmmuna ROl'HE.'vTETL Minn. Mayo 

.kow it aaama that iha hidua Now the aalraman abouM Thara wera la biaaaa at lha rhillr apacklkta confirm^ 
V Itaalf k in danger baaauaa work aa bard unloading lha houae whil* fliemet ware on ThurHtey that avangeliat fillly 

dmaftnaiiva buver* wouM <'uff aa the eieniiata have tha wena ariirk* of fynii t.wbaaw will not bava to an- 

tbar have a than good, worked lo make li. lura. Hothmg and ie.- on dargo ao opaialum on hk Alt 

lid wood Fvan ' 'gh the f«ire«t Flnalh Mrvtiayakh dt«ml«aad Ing kft aye. 

WIthaui axpatl ktwwkdga Indualry ma> have kai H* fli^men ahd aummonad a * a ♦ 

•wowr I think Lockh ar t ti gUmor. U win conlinue to ba aplrlluallat fnr 926 a day “To MONTliOMERY AU. - An 
uivdmc a falaa aUim. A a ItUng put a apatt on lha firo dartl" Akbama fudga who admit- 

• a * tedly <^urtod a lab irrm by 

TOKON’TXi Caneda a top wt'b h oldmf viwar rarorda 


Brother 


TORONTO ' Octtatlo'a Pre 
mler Lealk Pwal haa ktuwhad 
a ona man campaign favoring 
Ibt uaa of lha Red Enalgn aa 
lha official Canadian fkg by 
flying H from tha pcavinrial 
kgkkllve buUdlngt. Tba pw 
mkr gave tha ardar to fly lha 
flag hecauca *T atmply felt 
the enatgn al Queen'a Park 
woiaM gtoa kadainkOp lo tba 
• ampalgn for a flag which ran 
ba mnkderad truly t'anadtan.** 


Sentenced 


FREE DELIVERY! 


NtW W»TMIN55TER '<P> 
Robert Arthur Chaptnan 19 
Thuraday waa h»und guilty of 
murder in tha «hoigun •Jaath 
of Hla brother Jr»hn. J4 On 17 
An Aaaua Court |wry made 
a atrortg rorwwvmetwkilon f«*r 
lenlervey In giving Ihe verdirl. 

Mr Judh-e Hamid Mae 
Inne* aantanred (ha youth to 
ba hanged on Harrh 31 
John wraa fauily wo un ded 
by a ahoigun Mart an Ihe 
family farm at CMUtwark 
Tba blaat fnllnoed an argu- 
ment between the brttthera 
In hi* rharge In (he Jury. 
Mr Jualtre Mar|nna« Mid II 
wiHild he up In tha Jury to 
decide from the evidence 
whether tha ihootlng waa 
arridantat or not 


IAM)K AT TURHK NKH* 1X)H PttlCI» 


Capt. Fred H. Cole 

Funeral Tomorrow 


wbnaiea. have turned down a fur > 'rfiiempi ot federal court, 
hid (a headline thta year* tomrse C. kallore waa urderad 


Ragukr 9I9JM 

t^ena IkHvery 9 lA# 


■egwUr . 931M 

|.eaa IMIveay 9 SM 


UM ANGdASt Brrol 
flyon artd hta wife were «u*d 
hy a former model. Kort Jan- 
ntug%. who charged the aouple'* 
pet tenier dog rauaed bar to 
fall and reretve aerkua In- 
June*. 


Gun at Her Head^ 
She Kept Talking 


WHkUi CtR«e 

Victoria Coal and Heating Ltd 


WA.KHTNCmN 


*No draiT" mmI tho doctor. 
' twcra talk tht« oser ‘ 

And •he talbed atwntt any- 
Ihtng (hat rame tn oUnd. 
Finally tha mat> got up and 
u. nt to tha doni 
‘T •hall b* bark.** hr aaid 
’T mu*t kilt" 

Than ha veni»had In tha 
Lundntt fog. 


JANUARY 


Dr. M. Hugh 42 year aid 
mother of Ihree children, bad 
a number of po'ienta walling 


.Sfcj'p Cat^mlnr 


In ramhwweiy dtttrwr of 
*i»u(h IxmdotL 
Third to he railed in uaa a 
man 'if ahmit 94 Rhe mntimved 
him lo a hair 
'1 have a problem.*' he told 
her whipping nut a pi«<ni "I 
nave fill To kill anmeone. Tm 
not Joking 1 madn it " 


CONTI.MES 


EVERYBODY'S DOING IT — AND HERE’S MORE VALUES 
IISI NETEOR ttSS PONTUC 

I Door. Au'nmafie tranamlaalofL 4 Door, Tutono g»a 
Radio, ruatom a ^ A a Sedan. Cuatom 

S. *1660 « 

,1913 NASN 

1959 FORD “Slaieaman" Sedan. Radii 

ava heating. g> ^ u 


Car Fire 
Doused 


SuiMing 'of hoapttaU U atiU 
tn in# main * public rmponai 
Milty, eved thnygh goveni- 
mani* ara doing more now 
ih*ti ever before, J. raurtney 
ilMldork Mid at the firai 
meeting of a fundiampalgn 
•vMiimwiea of Rayal Juhilea 
Hmpiial. 

The hoapltal k «eek(nf lo 
i*;*e fmn.hiV) a« victoria'* 
contrihuilon lo a gSVinonn e* 

i ampaign committaea for 
(be dtive weie appointed under 
Mr ll«d(k>ck'a general chair 
rnanaiiiy 


1950 VAH6UARD 

4 Door family f 

aedan. Four- d 

o Under ecoootnv 
Ijcante No. «T3M 


VL'ord haa reached hare that the flahing ground* NutrHera 
the former Victoria tugboat af kcal f t ahei m e n . however 
Snohomt*h went down with all have *(gned or. aa ~ewmeo 
handa In a gale off Cape Horn There wdll he no henuig 
about twn — ‘r.tha ago ' fkhmg in Gulf lak'td* oi an> 

Snohnnu*b aoUf to the where in Strati of Georgia. 

Argenilne navy in IMS after Quota for me aiea waa reached A car fire nrarly riwl a 
cmopleti,ig an r; . |ft.t>»>milr before the December cloae .'Udney man hla home ea r-rll 
low frrMm Vtctorta to ftoenoa down 5lome hoa'a will bead aa h’a «ar yeaterdaj 
Airea. nad heer. trrwmod the atralght for ihe weat cooat of A Klrkmycr. Amity Drive 
G'iBrani Vaorouver laknd wher* there apparently had the hood up 

Veteran of mani rrorue mt- k no quota. and wa* working un the engine 

aiona duting kuig year* of e * • when il backfired and burat 

aervice with Dland Tug and .Manner* are adviani of Iaid flame. 

Ratge I. Id the tug waa built pyrotechnic firing pacMce In Chief An Gaidner of ih* 

In 1909 tor the L'5. i'naat the vklnity of Mary Mill he Sidney volunteer fite depot i 
Guard flhe waa bought and re tween 9 p m. Monday and 9 'he menl Mid the vwi**-i oimI a 
fitted by laUnd Tug in the 30a following morning. «nd during rwighbor puahed the burning 
e * • the mme hours lha folkwlng car away from (he carport 

Winter herring n**'-:ng re night atiacnevl to the Klrkmyer 

•ume* Sunday after a month * e e * home, and a pautng truck 

ahutdowti to allow fiahermrn Merchant aKipplng In l*laod driver alopped and helped ea 
to spend rhrtvtma* and New pona indudea the Aiabntt iingui«h the Mare before the 
Year with ihoif familiea VlrtorM; Akbama, rtofion; firemen arrived 

No Victoria boala are among Arrtvanav. C a w i e h a n Hay . Damage lo the car wa« eati 
the fleet of about 7n veirietr Rivrrfon. < 'hemamua, OiWittg me<ed a( hriwewn S-inn and 
and packera aailing today for (an Court. Tahaia. 94nn 


Roomy, four 


Tudr.^ .Sedan. Cu>tom heater Ona 

ir *1 399 


Fteah air heater 
Urenro No. 93 'm W 

1950 MORRIS MliOR 

2 Door. Second rar. g» ^ 
Hydraulic « ■ 

hiakea. I 

Ltceftca No. <6 -135 I 

1999 AUSni A49 

4 Door family e 

car ^*1 

Real economy M 

Umxw Na 4%-S33. 

1951 PREFECT 

4lJoor. 

Healer eviuipped. awB 
Gleaming black. w 

l^c'enco No. 57 436, mm 


••Mavtair” Sedan TUtone, healer, 
defroater. g» ^ m mm mm 

*1 429 


Licence Nn. 4t<R5 \ 

1952 STODERAKER 

vs “Ckmmandri" 

Sedai> Freahair ^ i 
heater, ^freoter i 

Licenre No 43 2^7 I 


Keep 
Your Eye 
on ‘Capital* 
for Unusual 
Savings . . . 


1954 PONHAC 

Tudor fami)> aedan. TileaJ family 

iJi'enra SI onn 


4 Ikur aedan. a 

Tuione Mnl. ^ 

healer defroater. 

Lh ence Na. mood ' 

1959 OE SOTO 

4 Door aedan. a 

Cuatom heater 
and radio 
Licenc* No. i< 725 

1949 CHEVROLET 

4 floor aedan. a 

Heater. ^ 

defmater 

Licence No MAM ’ 


Weather Forecast 


lerge umall car. 
Four -cylinder 
Awnom> 


* Bel Air* ^edaii 
Tutnoe, 
radio 
Llivnee 

No »4V 


JaRMry Id. 1t-Mf 
cloudy «nih a few ahawer* 

Llitk change In temperature 
Wind tight Precipitation 
Thursday. .16 Bunatiine nil 
Recorded Temperature* 

High 4J Low 37 

yoreroot Tempecalurea 

Hith NT Low.. . 40 

Bunriee g0| .<ur\^t 4 47 

f>at I'oatt of Vancouver ta 
land Cloudy wuh a few 
a h A w * r a . Oaniintiing mild 
Wind light High and kw at 
Nanalmn. 49 and 40. 

We«t Coat* af Vaivoiiver 1* 
land Moatty cloudy with a 
few fhowerw. Link change In^ chai 
lempetature. Wind aouiherly "** 
15 High and kw at Eatevan 
FNunt. M and 4n .t> 

TaateMUTtma* ** 

U K U4* Aim *f 

m • II ti T»»«* *! ^ 

R* irvi )• » w 


SHOW9S y 

V//V,v 


I9S4 D0D6E 

4 Door family 
aedan Clean, 
new paint. 
Licence 
No .1M19 


Stolen Ttmls 
Worth $400 


An 1* 

Tcan»porTallon, 
Licence No 37 SDb- 


Theft of look valued a' 
about 94iSi from two diflereni 
pkre* waa reported lo Vic 
loria police yesterday. 

.Security depaiiment of Vie 
fork Machinery Depot re 
ported theft of machinkl** 
took wnrih 9309 frdfh the mine 
sweeper HMCS Cowlrhan In 
Ihe ahipyard for refit firm 
Dec 31 ta Jan 4. 

A Rletal boa rontaming tool* 
worth 9100 and an ekrttic drill 
wera •tolen Wednesday from 
the ear of Edward Kop. 3199 
Rutledge while II waa parked 
on Johnaon at Government. 


WMb leg*. 99A9 

Hiah T9«r Htait 

I9999lli9allir 

Made of good siiwl 
drum*, romnkte with 
coat Iran dear and 
aieveply collar, they 
jglve a lot of heal for 
littk money. Get your* 
today. 

•■ariBHtd H Fkaao 

•f Toff U—j 


Sedan Tutone. 


Klack. Reall 


1941 lUICK 

4-Door *edaii. 

Really 
romfonabk 
Licenre No. 4R9 

1946 MOHARCH 

Family aaOan. 

Really 

tight 

LJemre Urn 44 3U . 


1959 STUDEIAKER 

Champion Low Boy. Automatic 
Iranamtaaion. « ^ ^ ^ _ 

*1045 


Aa ^ aniliii/s Nmiir 
HAUFAX •l!PT> Edmund 
Morrta. Progre M tv Cnn«erva 
live MP for Maltfaa mM Tuea- 
day th* new tSB.NVl.iWt de 
atroyer escort of the Re*tl 
gmirdia riau to h* hiillt here 
nett year wUl ht railed HMCS 
AnnapoUR 


LIBERAL TRADE ALLOWANCES GENEROUS BUDGET TERMS 

1010 YATES EV 2-9121 






Luck 






Solution fc 

Pledged hi 

PARIS (APt Prwkttnt <W Lf 
G«uUa 'ntunday |>todc«4 a 
politk»i aolutlOQ tor Alc«rte 
by way ol univoml guUrafo, 
but only altar paaoa rocums to iSH 


Priina MtoMar MlcM Dobra 
ampltAcd do GauUo'a ataUK 
metjt, donytnf pubUrtaad rw- 
pon« that Mcrot norutlatkNia 
for a coaao-tlro havo bofun. Ho 
dn*Ufod tiMl do Ganllo'a olfor 
ol 196B to tho Alfortan lyation- 
aliau to coma In and ulk' 
thlnga ovar la atUI open, and 
that no other ovartura la coia 
tomptatad. 

Both ■r.ktiraaad tholr wonU. 
to tha now National Aaaambly . 
callod into apacial aoaalon to 
hoar tha govar mn o w fa plana 
lor Pranco'a ntlh RopubOc 

Through thla roniro thoy 
wrra obvioualy trying to por> 
aiuida (ho naiionaUata that do 
Gaulto'a atanding raaao lira ^ 
odor la tha boat aatUamafit ; 
tbo> can ajipart. ^ 


It Can^t Be SulentejifK Sa\$ Mlko\an a« U 8 gaiw i w wo»k le, rti. j ». m 

Soviets Still Seek Summit 


Only Memories l>eft 


A fow hour* baforo, the world wu a happy place 
for Mnc Elma Rudy of BmUu, omr Kilcheiier. 
Onf. Then Mrs. Rudy's husband. Howard, and Ihrtr 
three rtiildren were hwtantJy killed at a railway 
croastng near their home. He had riaen from a sick* 
bed to drhe the younRifers home from school and 
his car staOed on the tracks. 


UNrm> NATIONS. N.Y. 
<AP) — Anaataa L Mlluiyaa 
said Thuraday Rttaau auU 
wants a aumentt conloronc* on 
world pcoblem* and laya tht 
Waat cannot Wdoatop omm tor- 

CKM-. 

Tho Sovlot deputy promlor. 
wtM» wUl we Siato Secretary 

.si ^Ifl. 

' . iuuM*»i mu«“ ' 

' Dulloa* autemwit that tree 
, eloeuoiu are not the only way 
to reunify Germany. 

I But he compUtned that 
: DuUca **did not come up with 
the eoRstructlwr altemattve** to 
tho Sovlrt plan ror rantrOerw 
Uon of Eairt and West G«fv 
many by mutual agnwfnant, 
before or after a peace treaty. 

WaalUnfton apaeulaUea had 
been that Dulles* automent, at 
a pras e ooneCemre rueeday. 
was a bint at a ahift la the 

Four Injured 
In Crashes 
In the Rain 


Dnlled Statoe Mne aimed loi 
pemoke Mlhnyao'a lotarett and 
perhaps change the Soviet line. , 
The short, mouotachad Soviet , 
leader conceded that the state- ' 
moot wae an Inicreeting one. I 
But he added that the Soviet i 
propueal for CDnfederatlon of I 


Cast and Weal Germany la 
eacelient - "no one haa ao far 
come up with a better owe** I 
Mikoyan was asked If he; 
thought an ospectod spring ‘ 
thoetlng ol the Mg powers on ' 
the Berlin and Oorman que*- ' 
tione would be of hireign min- • 


later* or heads of government want two power a to iotvo 
‘'You know.* he replied, i Issues that affect oOwr powers, 
‘that for a hmg time we have nor do we uunt to divide the 


mat ror a hmg time we have nor do we uunt to divide 
advocated a conference at the ‘ Ainericuns tram their klliee 
highest levei W« aiM to this . . . however, this do4 not 

POMlbm.* , exclude tha tenders o< two 

sutee from duruaslna guew 


Tho Kremlln't 'No. Y man 


Ruaaians 


not I tiofia of Interest 


SAVE <50 


New 

Low 

Price 


— I Tnur were ln)uivd In three 

M # W m •eparste acrslmie during 

Labor Leaders 

Two of the injured were 

pedeetiiana. 

W W W erw^ W % Injured were: Mr. and Mrs. 

Called Touchy 

%/ Jubilee Ho eplt^ with Uceru f 

Anyone who makeu remarks Vancouver of BrnUh HP Ted Intlmldatloci. And Ihta Is not * t»"xsr ■ 

about bibor them days B “sol I^»brr that this pnAince haa the toae. fu*w ' P-nt «t Hatph t 


upon.* daUBS Doane Finlay- 
son. B.C. leoder of the Pro- 
(reostve Conaervutlve party. 


Leather that this pnAince haa the fu*w ' 

"the worst record in the ^ol all untona are had. aaM 

whole woild.* tH, Conservative chicl. 

*Ubor lenders called this ' ~By, »•, ^ unsavory and 
man a nincompoop.'' laid Mi .« » — 1^ »U|nk 


nnd tkiuglas. 

Pudratrtan Samuel Gmton. 

14® Cboioaun. repcrled in L.X5 


lied this ll-f M unsavory and good condlilon at St. Jowvh a 

*• Jimmy Hoffa. may llded with a car at Pandwl 

£ a lack of a wnee of reivoosi. move In here and fU Ihinga , snd Covemmeot at a JSO p m. 

^2 bjlliy and tm. must be ro up for ua.* ' Badestrun. HaaH SmaO. 

extromelv icwchv mhtmt en«r **‘‘'T*^ Another *genlleman* was Apia., treated ter cuts 

lottchy about any Also, he said, those who retenrd to by Mr Kinlayaoo *be hewt and fare and teter 

14- , . _ . <i^u«*** With the unions should when he railed lor a wmnd calewsed from Royal Jubilee 

^rre oi^ me statelet te he protected from coerrkm and power policy and "cheap , Ih^PtUL after ahe was In cnl 

powrer, and «mmi. lor BrUlsta Hskm with a ear driven by 

n rr I ColumhUne- , Core E Freeman, of 4»7 Me- 

inp Ua\S LWtCit llole Mr ash WennerGren.- he >«’»<• Dtve at DnugUa arul 

- said, "ihet geNlleman ol doubt- Hillside, at 1E30 pru. 

tuJ character . . 

1 cam snipping fv nu uu 

T I hnf imereut in a rorpor.ilon A Tictoru man who stw- 

iJ T\ ! conlmla the Peaco River tamed a fmetured akull tot a 

A KACPIIA I lAnr •"* i** 400.ooo.ow hoise. ,wt«.r cnlltaion Tuewtey la 


IS'ine Days Doicn llole 

Team Chipping 
To Rescue Dog 


Vietim Fiffhts 


UM DOWN! 

23.00 PER MONTH 

liberal Trade-la AMooraarw 
for Yoar Old tLtfr^rmimr 


FRIGIDAIRE 

IM te. n. I. Uu 

REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER 

Here's the bnrpam buy ol tha >unr. at ihf ThrlfH- 
^ Price Ever ... a nunnlng new De I,*— 
comMnatien with Iota of Impertel Poatunu! 

* 1.11 M. ft Rflrltaratar Saatlaa 

^ I Ji $%• n. Zara ZMa Faa4 Fraacar 

* Syala*ttaHa Dafraihac 

* Fall-Width raaiavabla Sbalvat 

* Fall-Wt4tb illda-aat Hydratar 

* Fall-Lantk Slaraaa Oaar with lattar Caaiain. 
■aat, Sanriac Oiii. S rwiavahia Daar ShalvM 

Raw- 42936. RpecUJ 


power? 


flghtmf for hiB lie at Royal 


•Thsro are SAOOaOOO ki jui^ HoeptiaL 


shares fat $1 ewchi and am 


WCELLEFTBA. Sweden plan hunter, volunteered to try "'Ubi* wenr bost ter promo- Mil-f. TJ*T| tSm 


fDPIt-' A lO-fiiao resc u e learn ta reerue IUol Because ol the 
mtpped uwsy at tea s«d forfi , reek and the ice they havo teen 
te me otem aeraweModgr te'ate* le iwoh* ■eo®noe. 

m eften to free an U year old After tour days They chlpiwd 


tlon 

"And when they get a 
Iteenor to bacume a puatta 
■sepaeetMn — end rm ron* 


a printer for The DuOy Colon- 
M. eet timV* a hw- 

m *^fart to ^ a^ 11^-oid After W'diy. TCtt SfhtT 

I -O > "*®***‘’ ^ rSTto ^iortt a c^rSS ^ <bur W brmm operutian 

Murre la not an ordinary, teg to pass In food and water was performed early yeeier 

^te he wouhtnn be ta the, Murre ki dotoc lo Mr PInUyoen said that a 

hate He la (he beet foa hunter , help. The rewniera aay he u ,^nertma vivT would allow hospital later in the 

1 "w* . apparently at the bnitom of |a.ooo,0(l0 for thr of the But Mr Milea. srtU 

1^ 300 miles north of Slock- a vertical ehafi and rannol sesteatlon work tn Ihe Rorfcv *«ni-ron*clotts. rallied later M 

*"“• hecuuse Moontatit Tretuh and tZ 

that got him Into trouble. He there la no way lo gel a grip, River area _ 

tell Into a 12 loot hole while But aeveral timoa they have -mat meana then that the I 

sighted hu nose as he anam. remaining MOOhOW on the I 

The 14 men. wnrrle.1 that the Med up the walk aa ter aa he i^nk* to fhe prko to tell ua I 


AmiAICE DEPT. 747 Y4TU 


distrirt wouU Idas Its rfiam- * could. 

<4rrw/Fnf<W Oigror^ry 

New Drug Offered 
To Help Drinkers 


that (he Peace River haa water 
In It " 

Of Ihe current tthrum probe, 
Mr. FlnUyaen aatd *"rhl« 
1* a caae of the girvermnent 
inveatigaiing Itsetf " 

Butchers Elect 
Union Officers 


They're Here! At JORDANS 

Beoutiful, long-wearing, amazingly inexpensive 
TIENTSIN Hand -Hooked ORIENTAL RUGS 
AT JORDANS JANUARY SALE PRICES 


Robert J. Stewart waa etocted i 
presldmt last mght of Ihe Vie. ' 
The cnet about 22 cents a lahlef i«rria section of BC loral 212. ' 


TORONTO t U P 1 1 The cnet about 22 cents a lahlef i«»ria section of B C local 212. 
Alcoholic lUaaaiTh roundallun and wlU likely reiOsco Ihe Amalgamated Meat Cutter* 
of Ontario announced a new Danish drug Antabuse and Butcher Workmen of 


drug to help cure akohoUsm The now drug la said lo be North Amertga 


wUI bo availaMe ta Canada aa ha r mles s aa aspirin. Other officers elected at the 

teart^ today with a doctor • The drug waa acmtentally annual meeting were David 

dlacovered when emptayees of Dyck, vice^preoktmt; Josephine 
The drug to tho rusult of tU a Niagara Fhlla factory had Johnaon. recording aerretary; 
loan of reoeaniL ID effects after dropping In for Mabel W'alker, guide; Patrick 

Jt J» named Tbropoait, will "a couple" after work. Watoh. guard. ' 


9x12 - Only ‘79 


Sizes and colours for every room! 

4x2 — $6.50 5x3 — $12.50 

6x4 — $19.50 9x6 — $42.50 

10x8 — $65.00 15x9 — $112.50 


14x10 - $112.50 


rrS LUCKY when you live 
_ on Vancouver island 

' • • • * TA4.L toTOetV— Taix LUOKVt 


Jordans — World Traders — bring you direct shipments 
at a price that anyone can afford! 

As might bt expected, at this low price we cannot give these rugs our usuol unconditional 
guarantee. Just examine them yourself, note the beauty of design and colouring, feel the 
sheer weight of woollen yam! You'll agree they are on omazing bargain in decorative lux- 
ury — the onswer to furnishing bore floors on o limited budget price. You'll find sizes for 
every room, soft colours to blend with every plan of decoration. 


V'aNroMVf Itland't ofdg hrfvury 

LUCKY LAGER 


■ ■ s S**ss 
•• *« *-«rro 


Attention, Up-Island Customers 

for peraouaUaod aanirc wrHc ZordaM mad 
Kur«lt«rr, MV tew Rlfool, VlNdria, or Pbote 
KVS-7ITI, RS'IMMI, and nur up-laloiMi reprr- 
•MKUU\e mm emO kl joar Ihwiio wUb a IhI Kro 
of aamploa. 


It an peiukto tr 


ky Iks lj«ur CaaM Um4 ir by tot ftwfsoiM M toduk Cttou kit 


1'te ZoriiMM 
No Dow* Pky«»e«t 
Itaak Intorrai 
Pmyinrtot PIm 


Rugs ond Furniture 


VIEW 
at Brood 

EV 3-7171 
EV 3-8831 






It Canh Be Sulpiteffjx Says Miko^an fc us 


VkMii, ril, in. tiL HM 


Solution 


Pledge(|^ 


Soviets Still Seek Summit 


PARIS <APi Pra>Mlnit 4 » 
G«ulW 'niuradajr pMg «4 « 
politk*] ao 4 utkio lor Alcrru 
by way «| unlwnal culfratr. 
bul afirr rHunu to 


Prtmt Mlnlotor MWiwI Dobro 
oiTipltllod dr. GouUr* sioto. 

moot, dmyint pubUctsod r*. 
porta that aacrot nrsoiutlona 
lor a cooao-ftro haw bofun. Ho 
dorlarod that dr GauUr^ oftrr 
of 19 Qt to tho Alporlan nation 
aliau to coma in and talk 
thlnca owr to atlU opm. and 
that no other oyerturo to coir 
tofnptatod. 

Both addfoeard tholr worda , 
to tho now NatkwiaJ AaoombJ) . 
caltod Into apr«^l ■raatnn to 
hoar tho a own t mmfi plana 
lor Pnnw't Finh RrpuhUc 

Throuxh Ihto fnrum ihry I 
wrrr obvioualy Uytng to par I 
auadr tho natkmaltota that dr i 
Gaulto'a atanding evaar ftrr 
effrr to tho bwt aotttommt ' 
thry oaprrt. ' 


Only Memories Left 

A frw hour! brtorv, thr world w-aa a happy place 
for Mrc, Ehna Rudy of Brealau, near Kllchmrr, 
Ont. Then Mre. Rudy'i huahand, Howard, and their 
three children were Inxtantty killed at a rilhray 
croaiiiif near their hone. He had Horn from a aick> 
bed to drl\'e the younjpitem home from school and 
his car staDed on the tracks. 


Labor Leaders 
Called ^Touchy’ 


Anyone who makoo romarka 
about labor thooo daya to "sat 
Upon." datma Doan# Ftnlay- 
•on. B.C. Iradrr ol the Pro. 
grroalvo Conarrvadvo party. 

Ho teU n mrmbrrs of tho 
Vlrtorta Provincial P rofroo- 
alvr Conaervativo Aaoadatloa 
In tho MrBridt Rooms last 
night that labor toadfra are 
•ttroQioly touchy about any 
cntktom. 

Ho dtad (ho atatrmrnt In 


Vanrouvrr of Britlah UP Tod 
Loothrr that this proViner has 
"thr worut labor rocord m tho 
whole world.* 

**Labor l ■ad ll■ cuUrd this 
man a aloromponp^** Ur. 
Plnlayson. 

tho rrol tmtiMr. ho laM. la 
a lack ol a *0000 of mponai. 
bUity and this muat br rr- 
atoriKL 

Also, he said, **thooo who 
dtoagrrr with the uniono ohoold 
bo protected from eoom« 4 t and 


A'uip Days Doicn H ole 

Team Chipping 
To Rescue Dog 


^KELLCFTBA. B w o d o n 
njPIi—A 14wiao tooeuo tram 
cbiFOad omay at Mo aod rock, 
^ cha atoUh dip j aewo ^ 

an rfrort to frar an H-yenr old 
dog i t a w iod Murro. | 

Murrr to not on ordlrtory, 
dag or hr wouldn’l ba in thr 
boir Hr to thr bart fox hunlrr ; 
to thr dtotrirt around Ihia vtl. 
lage son mlloa north nf Sttock- 
holm. and it was racroa sral 
that got him into tronblr Hr 
fril Into a 13 toot hole whito 
chaaing a fas. 

Thr 14 mm. worrlod that thr 
dtotrirt w ould lono lU rham ' 

Arruientid iHtror^rr 


pkm huntrr. volunteered to try 
ta rearur him. ItocauM of tha 
raok and tha leo they have hoen 
ahto ia nmho poodmm | 

After tour days inry chipped 
•nougft from fhr parmw \ 
kng to pmm In food and wotor 
Uurrr la dalnf hto bast to 
help. Tho rearuem aay ha la 
apparanily or tno botlooi of 
o oarUcal ahatt and cannot 
rlUnb up thr watlo breauao 
thrro to no way to grf a grip. 
Rut arveial t|me« ihey haw 
*!>ghtrd hla noar ha arram 
Mrd up tbo walU aa far aa be 
could 


New Drug Offered 
To Help Drinkers 


TORONTO I U P I » - Thr 
Akvhehc Raaoarrh Foundatlun 
of Ontario annovnrod a now 
drug ta hrip cure ak-nhoilvm 
wUl bo avaUabIr In Canada 
ourltng today with a doctor's 
praacrlptMn. 

Tho drug to the result of tlx 
years of r ear a r c h. 

It to named iWpoail, wflt 


root about 23 cents a tahtri 
and win llkrly rrptor» tho 
Danish drug Antabuar 

Tho now drug to aakl to br 
as harmtoaa as aspirin. 

Tho drug was acrutonuUy 
diacow i ed whm omptoyoo a of 
a Niagara Pklla lactory had 
III rfferta aftrr dropping tn lor 
*• coupio* after work. 


I Initmktotlon. And this I* not 
the caar. now ' 

Not all unloaa are had. eald 
the Conaervaltw rhlrf. 

"But it*a an unsavory and 
•tomtng po wjj w t th.Hk 
tbat the Tlwmatora* Ulualrkma 
gmtioman. Jimmy lluffa. may 
mow In bare and Ox things 
up tor ua.* 

Another *tefHlrmafi* was 
lefrrred t« by Mr I'mlayaon 
whm hr callrd for a auund 
power policy and “cheap 
power, and suki for BrtiUh 
^ i'olumhi^ps * 

■ Mr. Axel Wonrwf.f;rrr> “ hr 
•aid “that gentleman of doubt- 
tol character . 

'How 1 * It that attlumt a 
Single customer or -ingie miu* 
of tranamisaiun wire and 
' with coimlvarue arul culluaton 

hr rtnrrges with the i^introl- 
' bng intrrrat tn a roifxiration 
I which cemtroto thr peace River 
i and its 400 . 0 li 0 . 0 i 0 borae- 
I power? 

j “Thera are SAOOOtOOU In 
I sham (at Si rachi and o*x 
million went Just for promo- 
tion. 

“And whm tlwy 9ft a 
hrenae to haeiif a puhho 
imepaowtion and nn can* 

, VWKad they will— the sharea 
will he warth a graat deal 
moro." 

Mr PhUayaon said that a 
genereua view urould altow 
kZ.OOOHOO for the coot of the 
evahiotlon work tn the Rocky 
Mountain Tfmcb and the 
Prare River area. 

“That means then that the 
rrmaintng Sd.OOnOOO on the 
tvwks to the prbe to tell us 
, that the Peace River baa water 
in lt.“ 

Ol the rurrmt Shrum probe, 

I Mr Ftntoyaon said This 
j to a case of the guvemmmt 
I mvraiigating Itself " 

Butchers Elect 
Lnion Officers 

Robort J Slowan war olrctrd 
prroktont last night of the Vic- 
toria oecflon of B.C kwal 312 . 
Amalgamated Meat Cutters 
and Bufehrr Workmen of 
North Amrrlgi 

Other oCnceri elected at the 
annual meeting were Davtd 
Dyck, vtce-pre a ktom ; J«Mephine 
iohnoon. rrcurding orcrofary; 
Mabel Walker, guide; Patrick 
Walab. guard. 


HNmCD NATIONS. NT. Vn. 
(API Anaaiaa L Mikoyan pre 
aald Thursday Rusala still per 
aranis a aummlt conterence on 1 
' world p r ohlo m a and says lha lea 
Waot cannot ndeaiep one lor me 
ever Bu 

Thr Soviet deputy promlrr. pit 
arho will are Btatr Jtocre 4 a/y . ^ 

-***" _ m 

'i ‘xerao t H 

Dultoa' statement that free H 
; aleetlaru arw not the only way H 
I to twunily Germany. H 

I But he eomptotiwd that H 
I DuUro “dkl not come up mtb hH 
thr eenstnicrlve •Itrrnatlvo'* to Q 
' the Soviet plan (or eonfederw- K 
tton of Caat and Waat Cer^ ■■ 
many by mutual agrormmt, S 
before or after a paaor traaty. H 

Washington apoculatloo had B 
bom that Duitoo' suiemenc at n 
a p r s aa conefemco TMbaday. B 
I was 4 hint at t Milft In tbo , B 

Four Injured I 
In Crashes ^ 
; In the Rain | 

I PiMir wrrr Injured In three B 
se[ianile accaimu during B 
steady rain In the Groatrr Vic- B 
tons area yesterday. B 

Two of ihs injured sevra 
podeainafw. 

Injured were; Mr. and Mrm. ^ 
CKarlea White. Ardmorw 
Drivo. .kldhry. reported in | 
•aito(a«'tory ctmdUhin tn Royal 1 ^ 
Jubilae Hoapiial with tocera- ^ 
lUma suffrrod In a twomr Hf 
Tolttoion at $06 p.m. at Ralph 
»nd Dnugtoa I ^ 

Pbdrairlon Samuel Oreatorv , j M 
140 $ CanHMun. repitrted tn 
good eondltton at St. Jowub'e 
UanplUl wMb tup and lib m- gg 
Jurtea ouftrred whoo he ml- BT 
tided wtib a ear at Pandoew B i 
and Govrmmmt at $lSU pm. B I 
I Pwtooirian. Haael Smon. Si 
Scon ApU.. treated tor cuts E \ 
' to the head and facw and later - 
twleaaed tram Royal Jubslm 
Hosptlal. after she was In ewk B 
boton with a ear d r iven by 
C’nra C Preeman. of 4377 Ms- 
)e« 1 lr*r>rtve. at DougUa and 
IhiUide. o> 1130 pm. |g| 

Vic tim Fifihts J 
For His Life i 

A Tlctarta man wtM a«a> ' 
tained a fracturfd ahull In a 
two 4 «r colMskm Tuesday to 
fighting lor hto Ufe at Royal 
Jubilee Hospital. 

Condition of Edward a 
Mlloa. ». of 130 $ Wontowartk. 
a printer (or The Daily ^ttlwi 
toS. to “otUJ omu^* a haw 
Ptsal ipakaanMn «ld late toot 
night 

A tour hour brain operuttag 
waa performed early yeater 
day. and the family wao caltod 
to the hospital later tn the ^ 
morning. But Mr Mllee. onU : ^ 
aemi co n s t l uy a. ralUod later in ; W 
the (toy. 


provoke Mlkoyatt'a interest and 
perhaps change the Soviet hne. 

Tile short mouvtoebed Soviet 
leader' conceded (hat tha atkto- 
mmt waa an interesting one. ' 
But ho added tbat the Soviet , 
proposal lor confodor a tloo of' 


East and Wool Cermany to 
eacoltoni - ane haa aa far 
oome up with a hotter orw.* 
MUcoyan was asked If he 
thought an eapectod opHag 
mooting of Ute Mg powers on 
the BerUn and rksrman kuee- 
tlona would be of furvign min- 


totera or hoada of fovemmmL 
“You know.* he ropJtod, 
“that tor a long lime wo have 
advocated a conference at tho 
hlgheot level Wo oUck to this i 
position.* I 

Tho KremUn'i No. 2 man 1 
said the Russians “do not I 


want two powers to oolvo 
toauea that affect cttier powers, 
nor do see want ta dlvldt (ho 
Americans from their Uliea 
. . however, this doA not 
excluda tho leaders of two 
states from dtocuaslng ^uew 
tVwu of Interest * 


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The British Scene 


**An Iniifpenti^ni .Vriripoper* 
Th 0 Organ of No Clique or Party 


8TTH KALTDN. V 


SANDHAM (;RA 


iSiUior-ln-Ou»f 


•very minnOmf MonAiy hy U»# 

m MSI IVmicIm *Urwl. VlrWIa, at. 


Curriculum Deficiencies 


^T^HE British •7olunbU niy^*! com- 
^ mi><iun apoointejl to rXdmine the 
educatioTi rurriniium ™ the prc>\'!r-:-« 
U conducting iu he«ringa in an atmoa- 
l>her« mounting di>^ '^iiifacUon 
with the of instruction in the 

eiemeniary and hifh achooia. To the 
hnefa formatty presented to the com- 
must be added strong exprea- 
ns of Opinion unfavorable to the 
rurrtruKim from employer!, profet- 
«iona! organtaticr^ and t^ada ' of 
unh>::;ilioB, complaininit of serious 
lasufflcieririea of ln«tnj(*Uon m the 
pubtte arhoi.;- 


anoe — attendance which, taken o\er 
a .‘t&Vday year, hverage^ little more 
than two hour* a 

Wlt^ so tittle time available for 
studies, it imi>eniti\*e that the he*t 
use should be made at tt. Yet anyone 
who examines the widely (hvendfied 
curriculum finds pcerkHia ciaiwoom 
hours devoted to such extraneous non- 
academic artlvitiea as xguare dancing, 
games ami something dc*icribed as 
''social adjustment", to the ob\’ious 
neglect of the fundamentals of aduca- 
tion. In th' Tuulanre of teacher abo 
it 1» id Uut the emphasl.. L« more 
ho\v to teach than what Is taught. 
T{t:r. la tiu: “->re ■ * . ::.." 4 )lalnt» 
against modem education; that under 
the ruri » \ilum diclated by the provln- 
<ial defvirtment Instrurtk^ In the 
putiiK- chool H si^ierficlal and 

in — T>e way* frivolous, with nothing 
like enough attention to bask* needs. 

It la suf ' ' lifkant that all the 

m 'f^litL of Gnater Wtoria are 
of mind about this. 'Hteir views 
on the Imperinikma and Inadequariea 
' 5v'^f->l of llw rurricuhtfn ar? to be consoli- 
g h t to dated into a joint brief to the 

Preparation of It has heen 
entrusted to men w'ell qusluVd to 
~ dixtrw^'s CM». Aid. Clptia 

and Reeve CTiattertnn. both of whom 
have had long aaKriation with sch^ 
affairs. It is a brief «hk*h should 
mmiwand earnest attention. 


The imtuirv f>ow in 


Thay can put ma in orbit round tha aun any time thay lika 


letter from iMndon 


Thinking Aloud 


RAO* . *;jr,ALLT Britsm ‘ -• 

ways been a lare* asiM*'" 


t; >f Ir - jranta are ei 
*ed ^ temi *ki‘>d artd 


pared to put 7 with that H la reie 

- ■■ r'-^- that he would 

- — re out with the equlvaleat at flu— 
' U provido hloi wtUi a bod and 
food for a lew da> In the loesnUms 
the snptoyf&om exrhante wOi be try* 
Briisin « main tfeguaix! ' the lt»- t« And hhw a Job. 

note ■e---^--«f^Btlaw of ao many ol :a 
alUod to tha security bug of 
the welfare atate. tt Is fortuiuite. for 
ethrrwiaa Rrtiair.'^ in 

manpo^: would ba *-*--nlioua. A 
number ol the more are 

auaaPMki u- — tr.‘ t — m nf both 
v'-rWa by r^ng . s.-- rm 

(,*— ;rr., Brmak fir-;- with o\ri 


onlv 171 ^ ‘ MckT ln'*lnit'lion Thi" 

me f*. that a y tr's tuition has to be 
— pi w id Into not much more than 
one-third of a .vear'a aetual attend- 


m e r r h a n t ’ 

e n t u t e r . 
wped through t^- 
{; . .tods of tro n apa r 
tatlon. political and 

rellgloua peraowi 
whi-h 
baa bean ganatml 

during the I a a t 


/' --t* might al' 
iiits to know I am 

anawtrlag «ea 

gu. ry iB U^la apaca 

WauerO. fc~ Ih# 

kanent of iho uw- 
itiated. was the 
treaa u rad St. Be« 
nard of the 
li-n ‘ -ed abijrd 


For Services Rendered 


Tha point of ODwraa la that If yo« 
have kata kicked around a btt foe 
wothtag ki yaur asm eo«auy-~aa ha*a 
a number of Janialr*f^ tha kicking 
ar. ;-l fiu' tomethlng ta waO worth 
while; and In gamilne caaea there la 
: le doubt that the national aaalM- 

ar - -t?i- 1 ai . :.»t only helpful but 

■ They are. however, bound ta 
bHp They cannot permit a person 
le ha daatitula 

The other groat BritUh benefit is 
free medlr^! rare and hoapItalUaUoa 
whkii are a g>«*t attraction ta BrRUh 
auhieels rfwrmm whs aro la asad of 
madkal^tiantiaa. Thajr can art that 
IftNn tha aomant of anlvml; they 
cannot get ateknoM pay ithat neada 
M waeka of amploycDenO but avaa 


a little surpri'iittg that act b>- accident Thr ^j^vemmant must 

have bean aware of its rasir-jrKfr.i'itv 
Whether the s^emment wlU 
to the t:f-min c‘-i*rwe rate for 
tlv*«* r-*rvtrra ;;p*v l»" atvitber matter, 
and Ih*. Crt>aler Victoria muniriDaU- 
lies wc“j:d he * l._- not to count their 
rh; until they are hatrhod. T7i5= 
rate may seem ti-. pat a iH-for-taf 
to the ^ rate paid b> municipafl- 
tie« for educhti-f:il «erviee< The art 
cites *Teaarv*rb?e service charge#.** 
and while such a rate appears not 
unreawmabie :nv« (tl~>ule may arise 
over the interpretation of such 


that tlv Pul.V : f 
munictpalil*- to h 
re’ ‘ -1 to ^.'hool 


Act permit!!: 

for nen'i--*; 
-=-ty. for the 
d. hilt J-^lter 


late than ne-ver. MunHj.-*:’:fiet are 
forced to undenrrtfe such a large 
rwrt of the of education w ithout 
Having any xny In tha matter it is a 
weh-ome relief to know that they 
might at least get fc'imething in 
return. 

OtA*iou*lv a arhoo) building re- 
(piirea the xame kind of aervH'e in 
the k._y of roads, sr^^Ts, police and 
tire nmtertlon s« dnas anv edher Mnd 
of ixiildixtg. Th*»#e tervirr*. coat 
money, and are t-ne of the main out- 
lays of dvic and mumdnal 
ment. That fact is re^-ognlzed etjuany 
obviouidy b>- the en.-.r.;ir.g clause m 
the act. fven If this hat over- 
kioked until now. and presumably the 
clausa did not find Its way Into the 


BklUrd labor. The de--— i"* W mr “ 
Mai thaa II wai an.J -mplr-ment 
fifUTM Shew ttut the type of labar 
awat aniioua to come to Britaio U, 
fer the pment anyway, laaac ta de- 
BMnd. AutomatkMi. mechaf “ -» 
and ratio. ^ 'Ul‘r. are hilling hardMt 
at lh.i» wrh the ,u ikltl. The ai- 
lraru^r<> UrtiMH. nt .*Minw. M that 
tba weltir* ^te oofWfW Uaw. 
and ai the wi ' ifweiifL 4»w*.- w iwn 
Mh cv ' ip «and the !•! wt :•< 
pr-.^Hatr-ng kave 

all the advenfa;— of in# ijoemn^- 
wPBltb club wi:‘ -ut srT^ reip n r-»*-ip 
lllMi. H makaa Bnutn a 
place lo be unemp! :ved i- ir»n ihcir 
name land 


fhr ±-. ParUaawntary ns*' - - 
fur Ifsa at;. -p ^t Britain rc. .- :ved more 
^■“■“'-rafitt than Uwre were etni- 
grenir Uke an atsllsticel tntormati^n 
It needs Intet>iv4=ig — flguvee rin 
prove anything The great bulk of tm 
migrant* tor eaemple. were from 
Eire waa, unill lf-~ pert of 

nw li.-; ' *. T— It ea 

depwtdpwi r/. 'Mr and fp.*. ' -r He 
te- - >»f Ihouaaf := v>l .-rfi/ms ** 

|t*« wwrk jn thu ntri are tabu- 
lar^L whercoa S year* ago it would 
have been regsr^-^ ^ply as a — ‘ve- 
mem of population wit-.::^ <■ Bri-'sh 
laiea 

The noc-l>ie In. ;.-ije In Inyr^ _ «nt* 
M leom the Weet Tlw (luu 1* 

- A* heavy aa it hac: — ‘ .1 if *• 
«tUI • >i4*i(lerBble. It la Ihs meat ob* 
v|oii« form of Immigml* tevauae it 
-'VwTul. There h*- a>*-^ been a n^ 


mental l« 


.t ;l| 

Wben 


mm. rm 
not be fotgt 


The pi '.Hskm ki there bi thr act, 
VyweveTySnd lo a c-.^.iiik ’fabie tir; — r 
It must nwit whgl It u>! That (a 
that muniripa'iiire have a right to be 
re c ompen se d for !hew» ^erricso by 
the •'hnol hoard# vU the operating 
tl-'illtv ai«umed hy pmvtnri:^| 
authoritlsk. The mimldnalltlea ran 
therefore pma their claifna with 
jirttke 


The reeult has been this biftas of 
mlgranta And the thbifa whlcti ab 
tra. t ih«a l aetr al n tha teea edvenlue> 
eua Brltona from going avarwea. So 
thia i rewda d Mend la becoming more 
oven itiwdid and Che peoafaniata argua 
that the welfare auto conlabie the 
•eeda of ha ewa dacay. 


In Ihia cewnectk.n It — , : » 

‘~-y to raplalM that the welfare atale 
la Thf-- ; the itrlbu- 

t«>r> u Ifare -tale which provtde * for 
- -^kAM* and unemployment pav rv 
iiremam per. _...# and - r.‘ • 

aa of •--nt; and If If the na 


The Pledge Was Given 


The Packsack 


>*i AIrW-a 


refttnting on planning" ■ new ^irport 
Hunding: that the existing matn run- 
wav la hcir.E strengthened and paii 
of the am drained This b- maintm- 
•nce work to Improve the mfxgtion 
of the existing runviays tr." -then 
the “planning" is over — provide a n- .v 
pAvirfixef termtnkl buikliiK. 

The wide dlwreparKy h.-^ fo 
what waa pkKt^ and what far 
has been dm b the more unfortunate 
hecauee civil aviation h not standing 
still. Air-bus traffic with turbo-prop 
•ItTraft may sweep thLs ronllneni in 
from to three yurt, .^freight jrt 
flight is right behind as trans 

fontinental and tranMcmn fl^l ia 
concerned. Both VancnuvFr and 
.**c;ittle have keyi-d-in to the new 
de\?!npmenti. while Viclor-* at 
piT^-r.t is left " !Th what amounts to 
only a feeder, shunt connertion. 

If Ottawa wants useful winter 
work that will provide employment, 
with a national purpose and a hene- 
flHal relum, hrrr \r ~n^ spot *uch a 
program couM apply at 


S PEAKING In the federal etei-tion 
rami4aign last year. Defence Min- 
l-ier George Pearkes announced that 
dcf LVnjfl had been reorhed to go ahead 
with rr-=;=OT dmcl^jifTients required at 
I-fiiri- ja iy airport at once. In tb? 
keynote o( his ovin campaign 

delivered on February ♦>. li>W, Mr. 
(■rarkr<i said t.Hat the runwa:.= would 
be exterukHi from .i.OOO to 7.-V)0 feet; 
1 new tenninal building wuuki be 
erected: •^rntrads would be kIv*-** 
without delay and lh.i! the work 
w.rtdd start within a few week.-*. A 
year lesa a month has elapHcd vince 
and gave (or some maintenance work 
and ‘planning" Patricia Bay airport 
U little (*^Jlnged. 

l-:ntpiiriet In Informed ipiarters 
this week elirited the informatkin that 
the lengthening nf the runways 'Is in 
abeyance, but not dead": that there 
is no early move in oroapect for re- 
miitiiv the matn Victoria - 5lidney 
trunk road and that i*«uf “is hanging 
fira**; that fedaral authority is “con- 


A s far aa I ean find out Ihera la no 
law ihat ean be ta va ke d to make 
a prot:rr'; aai w r mitt down a pwbUs 
eyefOfW. The moat 


government 

a C 


benefits wt:.. ji *n 
sifter Ihar. need. Ttw 
rent of pervi.nf 
>• f a^uaie; II ;. ha*< 

etrrt/uiiv MUa and - 

ofi III.-* is-Mvi ‘ 


itlon 


ami» . Kiu ^^uta f< 


lo have Iht health W 
aoU -m-" ^ iart |!. JB 

' piwn 'i ' unfit . ■* ^^2 

fur h -lan hc -U- 
It 41 3T a menace to ' 
the pubL^ 

Thus Sr, ■ 

lowoa and tha^ ^ f9 

fouatrysM*. ad ■ .hi 

manner of decayed oM houses, wane 
houwa. stH-.t; hama and rlckettf 
-^Miurea of every dearrtpikm core 
ilnue In ofirnd Iba eye. This lo par- 
it -ar . true of new hishwaya and 
ih: . , . which, uaually aelectiiig 

aoutM thai avoid fho oM ooUbbohad 
r~-‘- rut ocroaa tha backs of farms 
ar g= arouad tte dllapidiiod adgao 
of ritlagai <m luoikioitowa bama 
lhal havw baoo out of ilgkt of tfto 
fhfsner roada for fifty yoars oove slant 
and drunkoo not fifty yards off 
tlnr r,ew reur-lanor. The back door! of 
little ^rm hc"aaa that f on ae^ 
ty wme, aa ywd might any, am tho 
wrohjE aide of Ika railway irarka now 
span unto tho traaocoiitlnentai artery, 
tdvile a few pririoo amamont tho toro- 
grwond. 

And thmo lmi‘t a thing thad aaa bo 
dona about H. 


: ilf: and few^.- have Wen ;•* 

lr._- to Auvtralla and 
.South Africa, due t. ;o':tL -«• uR 
h'-^'.aL ‘-~::^^^ime a de«d Wter aa 
f«i a* ma»* — ‘traiio- • ■ . ned. 

The . irvt.:*-*- from Britain a 
point of . . - the lark of baUiwo 

ki the qv= Mf .. Britain 

la li^^ more tft^.-. 
akUWd ta int-jana and top guallty 
kraL~- atw;^ ' In demand and 
eapactally In the I'nHed - • Tha 
Inffcvw of mill >e not aa great : a nt' 
ker of dlotingulahed arientiata from 
Curopa have aattled here, but ; iW 
not balanr** *- Tlie groat ma- 


in ' natk.-r^l 
wip s.^1 he will 


In ! can - Jl 

ar%»— viv# ufflrer 


the R.SM •_/« ' him dead wUh a 

If ha dr 7 hla rir mi porada, 
the e aldlar who eommlva thia faux 
pB£ kninwt1^:r;y fatla on top of It 
Bfid ba hoa a woopid away. 

Thii ilrvieT- Ihs wrller avTr» |a it 
ha* gtvwn ri-e lo c * myth of the 


4 /as. Poor Prttton 


Interpreting the New$ 


Taking Out the. Garbage 


Overture to Algerians 


RADIAN ni‘ Mai may fimo craato pron!e»na «f ihatr owtv 

Mvo *nlv«d. ai Maat (emporarihr. By 11?^ CanadWn atomla power 

«Atv prvt-k-*'! of hOw lo dlapoos planta cnoy be producing onoogh 

Itoeriiva ws-^-^ energy thot tha waatM from ono 

>ng out itv- garbage at the >r— '« operailoa will occupy — «no 

power plant* at I'halk Rlvef IIO.OQO vuolc f«v Tha dt*;»«al 

sfT.vil M—itri T*u* radhiaci ap^F^*re■ are -Tf-.l* *-U iarW* tn 
' wa»tf'4 l« dMdIy and. If allowed dirmeter. If all tW apherea weeded to 
=ape, 11 would endanter alt III* di»t ' tht* amount of wac- were 
animal and h;;~in- ^T y ?yed aid* by aide, they <*>:uld 

etretch about geo Thia dlapaoal 
II now II— at«in:!. f-— ^le tyatem. earrted on for any Bngth of 

storing th^M do;- ero*^ a;...ie* time, could produce setna Intewoiing 
aiBlriii fieri tank. Ui^rted >n •--.r^aa in (he aubatrata of tha aarth'a 


partleularly ref**?1fd th Ih* mora JenMtit 
lerma of Impiiaonmeni gianied lo AiiTned 
ben Bella and four Jeaikr* 1.* the 

S#it>*nal Lllieration 

The five IkU Into Rteftch hand* In 
Iho rren«-h --Jtsd uf a Mc»ro* ■ 
ran airliner in w;,ich they wm* travemng 
landed hla airrraft at Algiei #, wheca they 
were promptly a-eetert The reheU ar 
cxiW*S rtviiKv of treochery and havv mnro 
rehuffad french lnvH«»u»--a ia peaco 
Ulh* 

For (he thno, hd-y. at Maat. ha M 
meeting rm overt realatanre from the 
kthhy af Algerian aeiiteni and 
(?ndor aewlr power-; preal- ofhvi eitreme fighiMt* whom rr^up m 

Vnl. da t*aulM rraiM h«*« acted wltnmri AfgMea la«t summer brought hint in 

minwionel oofiMfil. ( ntsfwl approval M ppwar ar4 whoae iweeping aucrcu in 

unuuuocadry dmiem-d ro -iT^glhm (he ifta tenent gaweral elerUon haa WBaakad 

ee nc ral‘1 hand In fnapiri* ~ vv#r lae itonCommwntit left a pnltiini 
(uroo fa tha reM* lorva. 

Ha has a greWl sf hmerneaa to The rettroint of tha "uJtraa'' t - (urn 
avnerm: batore nego>iaUnr,5 v-tth the rmapScatm the effurie of the !W>rial(a( 

rohela ara poaaBdfA auri om w e ra la party lo kuim aa affoctivo oppoahM*. 


* a 90* T the only thlnga ktwro-n 
J\ w-nid of MiChei I'-e 

fore he ^-ame '-‘•'Uler o! Vr*).,-# 

were (hat he wot a MyaJ da UaulM m*n 
8 'mJ (hat he »upponed Mf*-"g mea*-.';-— 
•gainst the Algerian reb>i*. 

Tue!wtaT'a anncHiftretncnt »>t an A! 
genan amneaty makaa if • ie*r that 
Oebra'a loyally to hM general flrr. 

Dvapi*.* poamhia iniagivft>g«, ha a»- 
•nciated kM government with da GowiM'a 
plan to tree 7iX)0 iniefnre*. shorten 
priaun lerm*. rommula deafli aenlencea 
and retas eeMru-tlona on cuunned rmel 


fhulnf tho centennial year tho 
hc4rj was symbsilc af dev^Mv^t to 
the twac of B.C.’s hundredth birth- 
ds\ and all honnr to tho ~:«Kve('s 
who bora thia burden iTThre r - iths 
krtjy 1 mx-y them tluHr ‘-:;u7-r- 
If I am to judge by pictures of 
rohal (,'ubans a baord :£ ako ayrabolic 
of fhetr devotion le a esuaa. Tha 
beard In fact aaerna to ba a mark of 
rebellion, tm photographa In turn of 
Malayan and Cypriof *‘freodatn* 
fighiera of mia kind and atiMtMr atao 
frequently ahow thia t-rlere me for 
a hirauie appmsdage. 1 wewld not ssy, 
however, that any nf these reurirl 
th* laaie atrong, maaty g”^w*b ihar 
lir keeris. 

I*rohahly there M r« •ianiflcehcs 
to IIW.W rehei Mnw at all I aupenaa 
tite proasl^ ^ (hat in 

gu»rii<s ro>^fwic<w t(>e-T ia no lima 


th-w e -.-i-yesM are the 1 qiraliiii ai 
the dignity ot property. 

An eUiely rural genlMman of my 
acquaintance haa a privy thdt mo^ 
eetty faced away from bla tmsn bouao 
but now facea a great apaodway. ft 
haa aheaya been kM cuatom ovar 
•'veMy iraan, la laav* tha daor opan. 
He fUn dea& 

*TWy wave at me.** bo aaya. '7 
wave at * 


With the Qassics 


■trongly. and 


Ihoughi 



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on th--. 

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Killing the Fish ^ ‘Get Out,’ Wrote Chief 


Our duni dj^nm«iii ef ctmwrvntion nud r«H*iv«Uan 
hnn •nfMHifk.vd il* (nt^niunn of olifniftoiinj all iha 
f»»H in Piiiaj*f*t‘t L«ko by uaihc roii'non*. nnd mini-iunf 
•«ma Hi(h rnmbow itout In ihis raw l iiurngint i»m rec^ 
rraitofinl rod of th* driMiimi-nl la for tha •rhom# and «»n 
aorvattoiul and u. 

It arrm« to m* that a puttgiam of thla nalurt wuuM 
ba parmiMlhlo for many «| our lakoa. afwlof ih# fty flthor' 
man art ovtdrnriy ao impertanl to our omnom) But Pr*Ya- 
part la a taka wiib a fairly laifo pannattant mfnmun**v 
on Iti BbnrM. wMh man rhildrrn • »i, n*, 


joutMow* ann 

with whKh it I* aln.k«d a1 Ilia praaont lima Ail lha*a 
•mail fiah wnuki ha kttlad If thU arbama thrnufh 
I am aura tha dapanmanl uiU wolmma any axptoa' 
rona of aptnton In ihla mattar. 

^ ^ , ALBERT R DAViptiON. 

B3B Moniaroy Avanua. 

Hospital Siceepstakes 

1 waa lAlarMicd In Uia cdiloiial; Tan Yaar» ol Hua- 
piUi Inauranco. for aa^rral ymn tha poopla ol thi= prov- 
ing paid hoapttaj inauianca. Why* Juat bnauaa mma of 
our provinrial 4ovammani« had tha tortiiuda lo auopi a 
huapiiai aHoa^laka ui Hrui»h ColumbAa, >- 4-h monay 
nouid aupply our hcMpllal* aith munay for nm* huiMinca 
and maimanaru-o. 

A »waai«tnka of thu tialuia would urukiubtadt) pat 
lha puhiir aupport flnam lally. rathar than hava iham n*k 
Ihair Rianay on duhioiia rhanto* aurh aa awaapalakaa 
•hn^. Paraonally. I thmk fha ppopla »f thia provirKO 
wouM walmma auch a awarpataka propaily ‘.indurtad 
not only lor Ihalr own thkaa but lor ini' ganaral public 
pood. 

_ NI^TLLE E FAlRW'EATHEfL 

Baaaortoa RR2. Victoria. 

Water Should Be Salt 

My grallludr ha> bf^si ii.uoui aiitca ji-'jna 

to find lha a^t-ailrnt traffi.- airanpamanta at ir and 

Dauglat Slraat* |r or-r\partad hut a grand affon tr, 

I?! Ya«p....- ^>, My ihaf.t- and ! !«=: auio 

Ih# thanka af many mora wrho u^ th# tum-«iff 

__ *y> *“*^*^ ■ ^ ■ '•••nl I hat M on# has mada th# 

Cryaial («#rd> .. tha lar*. -r shd n:;au i-«utlful i 
••A s%Mmmi-2 pool a*a; .. J^wimmlrtg nYr-- ^ 

puna nowrada-. r not -*t J ! .« ,.na« fo, tha U.' 

iT-L”! w#i- onra 

mar# Into this mnai r**--; *jful institMii-m 


H. LEE BRIGnS 
. . . no tunda Unk 


i A curt noia ramimp ’'(>« out 
of town * apparomiy rut anort 
tha Vtciolia atapc al a t/ana 
t'anada baiplnp raikai staged 
by a group of daaf mutes 
Ona pf l.h* group ma«la ih# 
mi«iaka (>| a|'|»ma«-hlng Pollr# 
i'htaf John Rlai-kstniii down- 
ttmn last Saturda olfannr 


parkaga 

Tb# •Itiaf. who aaid h# had 
heard the day before that this 
oparatiott wrai going on here. 
' aakt he triad lo get th# men to 
talk. 

“1 hav'# a ttrung feeling that 
he I'ould lalk." aald Chief 
. Blarkstnrk yestertlay. ''but he 
didn't. Pinallv 1 wrote a note 
telling him to get out of town. 
I “lie hit up the wrong man 


Briggs Retracts 
UBC Statement 


Vormer B.i* Power t*om 
mtsaton general manager H. 
{-<■■ lliiad* yrsieiday ‘«sued a 
'iT.tvfuent retrarllng a charge 

hr it CBC Of! NoV 39 tO 

tha affect that W*.C. Malnwar- 
{ ing W2‘ i*'-i-=>ely asaoriaieri in 
lha handling of the poimcaj 
fund* of lha StonaJ •'redu 
party. , 

Mr Briggs laid ha wraa 
making the retrac-ian "in view 
nf a stalement now piven to 
me h> William Murphy, solin- 
lor. lo th# effect W C. Mam 


warinp haa never at any time, 
handled BoctaJ ('radii party 
fund# nr any other lunda tor 
lha Sortal Credit party 

Mr. Mainwarlng I# preaidant 
of the Peace Rtver Power 
Drvalopmeni Co. Ltd . and until 
teteni|> a vice presidani of lha 
B.(' Elartnr 

Mr Brlpgs alao said yealer 
day that he would open an 
office here a* a consulting an 
glneer. but might ailend his 
riald of operations to Other I 
ports of the provtnca. I 


Ops# Tssiglit 

THIl 


that morning H* got hU walk 
ing tirkei from me " 
Vamsiuver p*>h«e are Inter 
eaied In talking lo operator# of 
the scheme, kaliev^ ta a# 
three (..^imonlvn brMhent aakt 
lo hav# l#d etfbi deaf mules nm 
a ti Ip actoaa the country whirk 
netted them $14fi.0nil. 


rai-kat by a Nurih Vanruu-- ar 
deaf mule one of ib# group af , 
eight, who Maid ha had been' 
hired as chauffeur at a prom- 1 
Ised salary af $470, and who | 
aaid Ibe gang ow«d bua $3,440 
In bark w ages 

This man Informed pnllra 
the group droxe fnim Ottawa 
lo VarMviuver Island, slopping 
at every town to sell lrtnkei«_ 
>Iarb i-arried • rard reading 

"I am a deaf mute WUl you 
please help me " 

Sympatheiir pasvershy 
j huusehoktem would often pay 
several times the value of th# 
grtlrte offered for Male. 

The North Vaftr--::ver man 
said the graup averaged 
Can.iv#) a month In ha aesen- 
month trip acrwa# Canada. 

Hpliroplrr i >wah 

BONN iReutersi Seven 
U'esi German aoidlar# were 
killed Wedneaday when their 
helicopter craabed iwat the 
central German city of KaaaeL 
The helicopter la believed la 
have bit a mountain In fog 
An eighth man aboard «a# In 
)ur^ 


Recelpta wer# turned overeardi 
day lo lb# Edmonton brother#. 

No names bave been released 
in the raae but one member ol 
the group la aaid to he from 
Toruni# and (wo from Medi- 
cine Hat. Alla. Thla was where 
the man who stopped Chief 
BMrkatocfc aaid h# lived. 


A M 

delkious 

broM? 


>**, tbi 
Awed 

mott 
■d#vn«a» 
too— by 
actual Mdt 


Gef in on the Flood of 
Values in Used Cars! 
Prices hove been watered 
dawn to unbelievable 
depths! You'll make 
terrific savings at 
Morrison's Right Now! 


TtfUil 


HAtA 

*U PonMnr. Power Meertag, Airtamatk Trannmlnlaw. 

Badla and Heoter. A9C1C 

Begtilar «t.7M ftAVB >17$ CQ I D 


ftAVB >17$ 


*17 UMdasnuMIe Medan. Power MleerWig. Power Brahes. 
Mydramatlr. BMIo and Healer. B07fiC 

Begolar MJib MAyKUM C I OP 


bAyK UM 


*47 ChevmlM P«w*r tWmr Hardlop. Power Hiccrinc. 
Power Brakes. PowergBde Radio and $OOPO 
Heoter Regular 9ljm MA\K B4B COOD 


MA\K BIB 


-M (’kevruM We^a R«Ba and Bealer. 
Regular B.BB MAVR B1 


*2426 


4040 Wllklnaon Rnad. 


MRS A- C BUYD FIJ- 


Disclaimer 

I wouM Ilka it to he knowr the Oorge O Ltidlow 
• W nat^ has recenflv appeared in the potUw cojirt 
^lumn# of the presa ii not the C^rge William Ludlow 

"" 4100 

Cedar Hill Road, and formerly of tha Skvtark Cafe 

aian r- - .. . . GROROC W LtDUAV. 

41M) r«—#r Hill Road. 

Sloan Pallhenr ert 

Ross, Full Cabinet 

To Attend Funeral 


i KKNT'R 

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kp:.vt*h 

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January Clearance 

SALE 

NO DOWN PAYMENT 

I'p t« 14 Moatha t« Pay 

• RANGES • 


Pallbearer# at me funeral of 
1C. forest*; *.!. ,>} iiordon 
MrGregrtr ..;;uin. to he 
today at 3 p m at i nrlst 
CTiurch Cathedral, will irr^lude 
a caNnet miriatr; theVtrtnna 
ni) anliclior. a royri ."■un- 
rniaaion munael. Mr. Rk-jr-.'s 
private aecrelary and two 
Uwryera 

Thev ar# M:!-:»ter nf (.Jirwki 
and Foreais Ray 
former roun*el tq Sloan Com 
Tn>-Mon Char(e« l<orke .Ky 

•oi '"‘r-r T P. OGrady pr- ite 
•errotan Capr P. r. Hart. 
W T. ^iraith. QC. and S A. 

QT 

Premier Beneeti, who will 
be on# af 14 honorary pall 
bearera. aaid the fvU pmvtn-' 


'-al cablnrt will attend (he 
funeral. 

llu -lary pallbearer# ar# 
fjeuteiiant Cr.vern**r Frank 
Rom Premier Bertneit. f«»rmer 
ileut.~nan( goverrror (*1arerw*e 
WalMre, Senator J. W. de R. 
F#rris. Chief .ttxtire nner- 
woArt L#tt Chief Justice A t. 
DesR.'r.v Appeal Court 
fiHge# H OHe>ior#n M I. 
Bint. H. W. Davey and F A. 
Aheppqrd. W H Foley. H R. 
MarMlIlar* Stuart Keate #rwl 
BriKV Hlllrt. . r 

W-— Rev Harr.Wt E Keston. 
Arrhhtshop of Biiit-h Cblum- 
bia Will offi. . *e at the Mr% u-e 
and Hayward’* fu- oral “..me 
lo chart# nf arrangemenla 
with burial #i Royal Oak. 


Sooke Will Lose 
Extra School Bus 


Book# «rhool boarti wiQ ra. 
mime Its polk-, of •licking 
with government authon/stt- r 
•I the end of June as far as 
•tudenta* tailor 

er»nccrrned. ■ apokesman j^uj 
yesimlay. 

Trucl,-* Mr. R. s.t. I 

aa»d the estra school bus fo* 
which the hoard la paying will 
he dtaenntlnued af tha end of 
the ctirrent #chAn| year. 

Tha hue H used to transport 
•tudenta wh# are na« eitgihle 
for traA#fM>rtati#ii bemuse 
they live withir- the preorribed 
*Nralklng area " 

TH# B C. •duralinn depart- 
ment rul«# that franapofiahon 


h# (Kxrrtded for ■tudent# tn 
Oradea | and 4 ,vha liv# moie 
than 3S from their 

— mid for those from 
Grsile 4 and up who live out 
Mde tbe Ihrmmile aoue. 

'We ll tf> lo get the dej»ari 
•yriil to '‘•nnge It# ruling.” 
Mrs R.^ader #ald 'The bmrd 
1 # wUkng to pay half Ihe <^i# 
it the department putt up Ihe 
other half.” 

NO MONEY DOWN 

I eATMatrra to m saerirnm f 
I w> e*vM#er -m. usaai | 

^iimn TELMAC niiiiJ 

KMAI.L CARA 


MANUFACTUREirS 

MAOE-TO M A I P 
MEASURE dALt 


Fbbmo# W. K. JnkasUM aad 
Hnuae of Stone 

Hand «ut and personally tailored ( 
for YW. I 

TY^f-qi Arm nxmts * 

Vm WIIJ« RE PKOl D 
TO WEAR 

CIIITC SLACKS 

uUIIO SPORTCOATS 

SAVE 25 % AND MODE 

JACK BURGESS 

me.s'n hrar 
tBI Oak Ray Are. 


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WMliBfllBBM 

CiBBtriB 

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hPM lAL 

•13045 

WMHRfbBBBB 
H” Rbbcb 

ICIJO* 

np»A lAL 

'217™ 


WISTIH6N0USA 
Sr RAHfiE 

■ RL.mi npR« I 4 L 

WLSTIH6H0USE 
10** RAH6E 

• ALM.ini ATMUL 

LiOHARD IT 
ELECTRIC RAISE 

tjnH$>. APNIAL 


S24940 

*308” 

*269” 


'IB Otdw e k H e kedaa frwver Mwrkig. |W 
WyOraomltr. Radia aad Neaiev. 

Regalar BMBA MAVK $4« 


'3406 


'ftl OidawwiMIe Medaa Healer 
Regular BTOT 

H0 \ OtBA MA>r. IIW I Of 

wawaaawwa ^ '* HMidehafcer Bedaa. Healer. 

RATMEHTS > 4fti7 

MB! MA\C $4B OOf 

bVrpm 30-DAY 

■IRSR IXCHANOC 

wbea 

It Rwlcfc Kedaa. Healer 

Regular BTCC 

trode-bi **ave tnt 400 

uSSr nAy^ m M497 

*sa Oidimah H * Medan. Pnwer Meertag, Power Brake*. 
M y Bramadf. I ndia and Meniee. $9S 4 C 

Regular BJM MAS R M 7 B OO I D 

*M CHdaawtMW Medan. Air Ride. Pawer tMeerlng power 
Rrukea. Rydramn H r. India and Neuter. iOilAC 
Regular t t Jt MA\R$4tB OAUD 


Rrukea. Rydranm H r. Radia and Meuler. 
Regular t t Jt MA\R$4dB 


MORE 

II 

TRADE 

for 

your 

TIUOE-IK 


■ Pwwer Bleerlng. Power Brabea, 

HAVR •■■•*4396 

*S« Dodge Kedaa. Nmlev 
Regukhr Bd^OO 

tl. 4 Bft MAS R lilt lOOO 

‘U Heienr Medan. Healer 

MAVR« 1.*777 

S-MONTH 

WARRANTY 

J4 Hnaairh Medan. AvkmwHr 
Tr a anwi U nl r n. Radin. Heuler 

.■SITaava „«'1333 

*BA C hevralel Twa-Danr Healer. 

•■rcr AAV. ,...'1332 


REFRIGERATORS 


11 ru ft. !> 4 >SARO 
FRIINlk. •IIH 4 >. 
Kf'M lAL 

11 ru ft. ADHIRdftfl 
kriim;»:. «n44< 

HPM lAI. 


R( A HHiRI POOL BAA 

FRIIN.t. <BAII.'U>. #n 

HPM lAI. fcV 

KO TRADPINM OS THKHF lOW 

Rrj^KiFRATOR PRIf-RN 


•278“ 
' ^SS" 
•264“ 


• EAST AUTOMATIC 
WASHER 

<ncw>. kpf4'ial 

• EASY AUTOMATIC 
DRYER 

MPP 4 IAI. 


*S7 Ptymmilk Medan. Radia and Healer. B«AJa 
H.TBB MASE lUS 1 042 

*•€ f 'havrwM Madan. Raaler. S d A A A 

4IJBB- MASK 111! 1484 

^7 P<^ Medan. Aa4#MaUr Tr#a* m t**loa. Radia and 

Regular IIABK. MAVE || -•1796 




RNIUFS RADIO. RECORD FLATIR 
HI-FI eOMOINATIOM 

IK tuhe#. imndel 37$ Bl AMPU i R A^BB 

*er(a«> Hag. SSniK All / 

Mpr< lAi. Tv I 


lerve yau beOer 
arHk a fuB aterr 
IMe real af Ik# 


DO IT NOW! 

*2 f- 


Kents 


VouVr In Btylw wh«n you ord«r Old 
I Style. Be well served with the beer 
•thet'e brewed nRturelly , , , «g«d 
•lowly , , . the Old Style way. Voo’ll 
I Uke the flavor end meltowgoodnese 
of this popular B.C: brand of bear. 

Try Old Styla naxt time. 

lor rR££ H 0 M£ D£UV£RY phene 

E$'Ml7t m EVX-am 

• lOKS* CAFILANO ■RIWIRV LIMITBD 


Big Group of Fine '. 

1958 ninsaOB*-^^ ■ 

i at T 188 IF'® ptSCOUWTSj 


MAIA 

'M Herrury Tww-IMiar. Realer gd COA 

Regular It.TBB KA%’C $ 9 M I OOO 


*•7 f'hevtWle* I 
Regular tl.TM 


Realer. • 1 CQ 9 

KA\ E tMI I 90 c 


‘M Bulrk Kedaa. Dyaaftm*. Radkt aad Healer 
Regular Bt. I tW. 44 970 

MA^-R I11B 10 iD 


USED TRUCKS 

MAlAl 

'0 Pnrd Pk-kup. BA A A 

mognlrnr U45 MA^'R llil 044 

’47 nwvraM B-Taa IkB-Gal# I ##d*r. B 0 CC 

Regular MBS KAVS I 14 B 999 


ReguW MBS 

BY rka v mle< PanML ■aadar. 
Regular $tAat 


KAVS I14B 




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741 roKT smErr 


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\Oil Gas Industries Nervous 


Complete Vancouver Trading 

ML* . MM tkmms 

Mttft IS* C%m A MMtoba tAf *. 

MMteTi^ *i 1 *i »w 5 ?ssra^ t\% H 
•3 rji.rr;... • • n* 1 o^vsttAs* 


Big Trading 
Takes Massev 
To 12 Dollars 

TOftONTO «CP» Irulua- 
trUU MorM ItMir bMt lingl* 


import or tapuit 9t onoriy dropping for two wooka In »mc 
ona aouKoo ol «wrg> oiUtat. cr««ion cllmlwd •£«in jnlCf 
M or iiooi Conodo* day to Sll p<^ com. 

A Itaoid gtvrn aui-ii «U ofR ThK wm on ad^anco of J1 
tMOcing ptmtta wuld, one ’ 

wouM liuagln*, miu) tall fool 

of ptuvtoetaJ proaofvoa, and It ^ 


•III! below lha tfSi high oC 
3 W, aatabllahed on Dotwmhor 


TKa youthful Canadian ol) 
and gat Induatry will await 
with aumt apprahantMn. do- 
taiia of (bo go^ornmont'a plan 


OOH 0ONP3I 


would alao . v« a authoiit to 


ita odvanco lo four tooaiona in •• 
w artlvo trading. 1‘Mnil 

»'• Induatriala addod «’* polnia ** ***** 
*iS\ ' Indaa. rtuaing at an lodot hharor 
U high of UiM. Wrtiorn o4it| wnan 

’mad* thair boat advamw In a , . 

2'* w*k With a IH point Indoa J,^"*'** 
m gam Baao motala w«ro up ono ^ 

iJ. point and go? la on* haU. “Tj!' 

5** Tb* nnal vo'k. na of lOM OOO ^ 

ahaiwa. eomparod with Wad j ***^ 
lit noMlay a 4JQ2.000. ]| waa tha MO!>fT 
haavwwt day alnro Nov. ». 

flv* apteuiallva min*a 
paaMd (hr 100.000 mark with I'wHiiM 

^ CanEiln tho loader, (rading ■» 

j 46U06 abaro*. n |o*t *(fht 

tonta at g3 ranta New Myla "***^ 
ma^uo had the he«( advance. VANfl 
tlalng 72 emta at gl «4. jg tmdmt 

Maaaoy»rfu«on footured gg >||mm 
induatrlal*. trading 40.1 IS gp oil* 
wh •harea )t ^mbod dn* oolbt — . 


IfTAt op l.U 

PtAl. a#r t.lt Th» apeerh from Ihe Throne 
W7J4.0P Ul whk-h Indlratrd yeaierday |ha| 
^ aurh a board would be eefeb- 

U«be«t. wem no further than 
' to lay Iti duty would b* to 
gSidP. uplJt aoauf# that Canada * energlea 
. M.ll.opd.td *tw uaed effocUvoly and pru- 
tllM.«plJI to »h* t»o« advgntag# 

USAt.opl.47 •* CanadUna 
Igg, Theaa word# are more or 

lea* U/ted from paragraph 14 
of (he Borden Commlaaloa hat 
Mi.ld, op t.4d of rerommendaliona on th* 
iTAt. op dA« lot motion of a National 


(uroia of energy aueb aa coal, 
electricity or nuclear. 

Uttawa bobevoa (bat the gov 
emmem intenda to follow the 
naaJn line* of the Borden ro- 
commendotkma. but that It 
may b* tho beat part of a 
year before th* board can b* 
put Into operatloa. 

It will ho amal) conaouiion 
to tha oil ar»d gaa industry 
that this lime must clapao 
beforo II geia any eon of a 
goabead Mgnai fnim OMawa 


Creew*''* 

tM* Omu* 

«•«* nt4k o*’>» 
IMS* Mo nt-- 
i«M ew 
W nMMee 
CM «»••< 


Canadian Industrials 


TMt ST HAM BHl 7 KAB 

An incfoate of ov«i Sb.7 000. 
OOu in new eeiatoa, tnieia ami 
agenden duiing )SM la re- 
poned In ibo annual *(*•? 
meni of Nailonai Ttuat t >«u 
pony. 

Tha total under admlnlatra- 
Uon reached a new record for 
Ihe company at S3S.VdN.Q0U 

771# net Uicreaee for th* 
year after ditbureementa waa 
t3).2M.OOO. 

Th* balance aheal place* 
tatal asaata •*( value* con 
alderably below the ruirenl 
markHi at Shl.TlSOOO. rapre 
aenting aecunty against aa\ 
Inga and trim depoalts and 
guarhntsad Inveotment certifi- 
cates far S8S.SS3.000. 

Th* NatlaaaJ Tniat net pra 
fit far the year waa IBTSAIA 
•tainat SM0.S2I hi 1957. 


George A. Martin A. P. Bawihcr 

riectnJ dircvtori ol Wetunaat TraoMiiiMuut Oenpany 
LimiicJ arc (•cvrgc A. Martin. Vamouver, and Aw 
Patrk.k BowiKer, Calgary, Frank M. McMahon, ptciuka^ 
announces. 

iVeh dtrcclort are prominent wrestem Canadian butiacaa> 
men whu have taken leading rulei in the devrtopment ol 
Canada‘i natural gat and ml induiirtc*. 

Mr. Martin is alwi a dircviur nf Wettcin Bridge li Steel 
Fabru airira Ltd.. Writ CuaH Shipkuddcri Ltd^ tad Skk^ 
<LjpiUoo Brewery Ltd. He if ti well pm<dent V*am 
(ouver Murtgage CtUfairaiMm Ltd. and Martin CorporatMto 
Ijmiied. and if a member of the adviuiry councU Inr 
Brililh Ctdiufthla nl the hUaceio TruM t'^anpany. 

Mr. Buwther la a director, vaeprcMdent and treentrer n| 
Pf l>c Pcijtileumt Ltd., a director of Humber Oils Ltd« 
a Fellow of the Oarterrd Inwitute nf Secretiriei and a 
member of the Snoery of Induarrul k Com .Kccounuot* ol 
iianada. He hat beclr aamaated with Pncxiic Petroleuma 
lor ihe past 30 years. * • 


International Nukrl wa« ■ 
B’andoui among baas metala, 
up 2 «t k7 

Grairta in 5fe*r/i 


INTVUhT BATS BKtMBB 
The Banh of Canada's 
weekly redlecouni rata la juat 
about aa rhangeabla aa tho 
wwather. Th* barometer after 


weie generatiy hIghaW In very 
a«*ti\# trading 

.steels were higher Atlas 
was up P« at 371* *Ad Nelco 
galfMd IH •! TtU Up •« were 
Canadian Imn l^nindiio* at 
Jd and Dominion fowndriaa 
*r 4S 

i> '4 ki baae metala were 
tiudsen Bay at 3bt« and Nor- 
artda at N'« Nirkal advanced 
a *r R7 

Paper* were mlaed I'p ** 
were Howard firaKh at 42. a 
r>*w high, and Anglo Pulp at 
M nreol Lake* iMt t* at 
.77H and Artglo Newfoundlarrd 
•tmllned h el 7S 
Up a pollnl In utihttea were 
t'anadian Intei national Power 
al 94 and Gillrwou at ««*. 
Power t'orp waa up 1% at 
03*» end Bell loat h a| 41 S 
lUnk* were lower wrtth Nova 
Scotia off at Mh and Cana 
'dlenne National* off 1 at du 
I D ominion BMdgS gelnad I 
' at S3> III twnatruefton laoueo 
Dominion Tar advonrod S at 
ISS and foundatton gained 
el 13S. 

Beverage* were higher with 
Mnianoa A up S a* 25^ and 
Walker up S at MS 
In other Msuao Maaaey waa 
up \ at Its and CTK ad- 
vanrod U at 28. 

Toborcoo FmrortH 
NEW YORK tUPli -Btorbs 
reoe to new record hlgha but 
loat part of their autalie gains 
in Ui# profit taking accom- 
panied by a tale Urker 
Volume roee aharply from 
Wednesday a tetaL A aeleeted 
group of l a euea regtatered 
wide gam* and held them, 
.kurwe of ih* teodera and recent 
favorlle* turned down, notaMy 
Raytheon which was off more 
than 2 petnta 

Railroad, laeuea pauud Ihe ad- 
. vane* and were strong at 
rleolng lima with galna running 
la nearly 1 pelnta (Goodyear 
ahone In the tire* erltk a rtae 
of a. Dow wa* atrong In ih* 
.chemicals. Anaconda In lha 
copperm, and Warner Lambert 
Ir. Ih* drugs tltaln Belt and 
Philatlelphta A Reading made 
wHt* gain* In Ike speriala 


CANAOA'S OllOINAl MHmfAL PUND 

NU aWUiMB HI 

YM*" COBUOnm OBAITltlT DfVMS 


The Borden report rwe o wi 
menda that t k e Naiional 
ftvergy Boatd ahall havo 
authority to rerommend to (he 
Minister of Trade such 
polMSea and WMooureo aa U 
conalder* le the puhllr hi- 
lereet for ^th* control, super- 
v Ulo n, ronarrvaUon. ua* and 
development ol energy, and 
for the production, recovery, 
manufecture. preee a Mng. dia- 
tnbutioA. tranimlaaian. aale. 
purrhaae. esrhange. dtapuoal 


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(7I10AGO fAPi . Market 
Influenree were virtually ah 
eeni from grain futuree aetJv- 
Itv and price* on the 
board of trade ran bptb above 
and below prevloua cloae*. 

The range* broade n ed aomo- 
what In late trade. However, 
pricoo heM wtihin amall free- 
lions of Wedri 1 1 iN^i flntohea 


WATERFRONT PROPERTY 


Coffpern Turn /ahcpp 

VANCOUXTR Storks were 
mixed with volume again 
chiefly In the tower priced 
mtnlDg laeuea 

Cewtehaa Copper dipped • 
aewte to W eenta wMl* Mid- 


Coto Bey sad PelHcto Bajf — P'rootag'W Appro*. Idf 
Towaer Ba> — Frewtage Apprat. Mb’ 

•• am* iw*« ab« ta ia« — 

e»— « «Hk (Mt ••• MAft^aiaav •• IW ntoa* • mm 

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DiviflrnHe IWUrrsf 

<vwa<e**aO raMii— U mmi 

aw M > Isb#<o • ti*.a mm e i 


mv I*:* tower. Cralgmont found buyers 
III* 14* ** Highland B*U was 

IMS ii| Ui demand at l 7B up U cent* 
Ids ms PC. Power rewe SO centa to 
•s jes gsa** while Northern Ontario 
« Oaa was etronger at IliV 
iMv ins Woodward** rone to tlb and 
IMS JWS the warrani* to $18. Alberta 
Dlailller* rose % cenia in $1 
St) Other induairlala and oila 
n«s axes made IttUe change. 


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The sinrh 
market preeenied a generally 
firm appeoranc* wllh aentl- 
Zts meni asataied by th* overnight 
.IS rally on Wall Street and by 

* «* optimism concerning the 
7 ^ United Kingdom eeonomie out* 

* h tonk 

4 ^ There was renewed tnveet 

* S ment demand for gilledged 

4i'* aeevriue* Foreign bend* were 
1 s Irregular but (tormana 

S were still In den«end. CkJ 

* ^ ahare* were firm under Wall 

SIrerl Influeoce. 
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CfTTAWA irpi JuiHcv 
Minlit«r Fulion wU) offpr fnr 
P«rli«mrm I approv*! thla a**- 
atAfl a iacai AahiUUnii «f 
*'pbacrh^‘ «a applied ta booka, 
pk'iuraa. phonograph rtcorda 


Mr. Fulton wUl praatnl 
a two^part iMflnJUm la ha 
wiittan iRlo lha Crtminal CoAa 
in an attampi in aolva, #r at 
laaat ailavUia. tha axcaadlngly 
controaaralai prablam of moral 


OTTAWA CPl^ParlUmant M'Ut ha aaknd to funiMH 


PnaatMy n«ia part of lha 

douMa-harrailcd d a f l n i 1 1 a n 
would apply to malariala con* 
atdarad obvlaualy lawd and 
Indaotnt - -tha aurt of thiog that 
finda Utila controvarty bi In- 
larprauuon. auch aa amutty 
poat onrdo. filthy movlaa aitd 
pomofraphle art. 

Tha othar atpaat of iht 
dafinitlon might apply to laaa 
obvtoua cmaac. whm opinion 
could differ aharply. 


Tha a peac h from tha throna 
at (ha opaninl af Parliamant 
aald Thurada^ lha govarnmmt 
will M>ah turthar hfailonal 
Houaing Act ainandmanta to 
continue tha dwact loan pro> 
tram and aUo to anrouraga 
tha flow nf private funda into 
nongagaa 

Thara hava baan raporij tha 
gnvatnmant plana to add an- 
othar ASSaonOOQO thia aataion 

Unemployment 

rhangaa m unamplnymant 
lnaurar»ra lagialallon h 1 )| ha 
prnprtaad. 

Tha apaarh from' tha thiuna 
gava no datalla and did irat 
IndKata whathar tha> wmild 
go Into affact in iim# to taka 
hold during thia wuiiata 
unamploymam paciod. 


fcumal Chang* In tha lagal 
dafUilUon al oharana aa ganar- 
atly accaptad by tha routta 
ainca IMP. 


arana' IjiwI Art will ba pro- 
poaad along with amandmanta 
*io anaura that vataran farm- 
an alao ran taka graatar ad- 
vanuga of modarn agnruliural 
prartkaa.*' 

Tha spaach aald aman«t 
manta to lha Vatarana* Ra- 
habtlliatMm arwl \har Sarvka 
(Iranta Act will alao ba rarom- 
mandad to Parilamanl Thay 
wara hailavad In ha moinl) of 
a lachnkwl naiura. 


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LOWEST PRICES IR TOWM 

QUAUTY WORKMANSHIP AHD OONSTRUGTIOR 
SMOOTHLY SANDED FOR FINISNINC 

* 9 SUm of CbesU of Drowero 

* 7 SixM of BooksholvM 

* Child's Chest and Wardrobe CorobljiatloD 
** S Shtes of Desks to Select From 

i( Record Cablaeta. Stools, etc. 


$50,000,000 Hike 
Seen for High way 


funda that mpy ha aiipamM at SM 

under the Trana-('anada High Aavalopad from an An- 

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It haa ham apaculalad lha (oundad pt Fnnoa Athart in 
Im-raMa may ba to |n0.aro000. 


Th# govammant imanda to ,ur „.r 

maka parmanant twrtatn *up- Tran*rana«la Highway waa 
pi«anantar\ paiMUm« to fnrmrr foiacaai Thuraday In tha 
rlvtl tarvaoia and mrmharji of Ihivna apca« h 

lha armad forraa and RCMF. — r r. 

fha *upplrmaniar>- panaiona A 
were gtA&ied at lha Uat mw _ _ 

Mm of Parliament tor lh«iaa ^^M 

who lallrad panalona ^^M ™ ™ ■ 

below ruriani laval* That ^^M ■ 


EASY TERMS 

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FREE STORA GE ★ FREE DELIVERY 

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Tha placa of Indian* In Cbn- 
adUn Ufa will ba atudlad dur- 
ing Ihia aaMion of ParlUmant 

A )otn( mmmiUea nf the 
Common* and lha iWnala wtU 
review lha Indian Act and 
tha admlnlatration of Indian 
■ffilra. 

Apr icul lure 

Tha Common* cnmmittaa 
on agficultura will ba waked 
m aawaMpr tba umahy paob 

Wn of human# alaughier of 
•nima'a 

ThI* M tha third «ira(ght 
during which the nuaa- 
Unn wUl hava hean rataad. 

Redistribution 

A CoRitnona cwninUtaa may 
•tudy mathoda of rMiatribu- 
Uon of fadaral ndlng*. 

Tha govartimant prnpoaaa 
that lha ataAdlng Commona 
cnmmiitaa on prIvOaga* and 
alacllona ravlaw tha Elacnona 
Act In prapararion for "aub- 
•aquant lagialatlon “ 

Savaml praoant eablnat 

mlnlaiara, InHuding Frlma 

Mlnlatar Olafanhahar. urgad 
whan In oppcMltion that radia- 
trlSutlon ba camad out Pv an 
Indapandant non pellitcal Judi- 
cial eommiiiaa raihar than b> 
Farllament Iraelf. 

Ftsiiin^ Ijoans 

Estenilon of federal loana 
In fifharman for annihar ihraa 
>-aar* will ha prnpmwd In gov 
Otrimant leglila'mn 

I’nd^ lha Flahariaa lm 
pinvemanf t^na Art. n«har- 
man may borTnw up In t4.0>V) 
for boat* or imprdvwmanta to 
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mam guarantaad hwna at A par 

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Aerial turva>a to lorata mliv 
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(ha f a d a r a I govammani a 
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8 i«tlg CoUntlt VWlwk. IC^ PiL, Jm. 11 twt 


Len^ Forhan Fare Seattle 


■y ilM TASO 
Vktnria Omfani will hav» 
t>%o wuigrr* in Artum 

tonvirrvw night th«y 

nuk* • try tu muv« within 
four giilnti of SonttU Tuimui 

III A gAfito AgAioAi ihA Wvmern 
Mofiupy LAgAiM* A WMicm l>l 


bUAky portAldrr n^-or hit hit 
Airid« with ihA i'oufmra. 

WIUUa aeemed to rum# on At 
lb# orwJ of lAAt iooAon wh#n h# 
Acoiod 11 goAii in U pUyofI 
gamAA And tho Cougar# had 
hop#d h# might turn out to b# 


to pruvA of :: Hnr bolp up frunt. 
wh#r« tho Cuugar* don'l park 
too much wright. 

Fortun, a *tar «tih th# 
tjainilion funlntr Uit aoooon. 
workf^ out with tha Cougari 
>-ip«i#ntev mocmrig and Im 
pr#aa#d Kgan. 


iniart tha lln# of Gordl* 
llaworth. Al Nlrhotaon and 
(>org# Ford, which pla)rd 
wall WadnoMlay both waya. 

MiMing from Saiurday'a 
gam#. aiMl from al) gam#o for 
Ih# next thro# to fiv# we#ha. 
WIN bo Stan BaJliik. ih# 


Egan la thinking of a#v#ral 
piMftihlUtlM. inrludlng aurh aa 
iVirdiA Hudoon and Liond 
Repka. but whilo ha la <Wt#r* 
mmad la mak# at laaat ona 
defonoiva chang# unWaa thinga 
pndi up brhind Iho Vtctoria 
blu# lino, ha can't «#• tha 
benefit of making a awitch 


a *•■!## p# r ^ In tha (lv»piay#r 


Mliuk'a Injury haa 


Arana. 

Managmoaih Pal Egan, 
who malnlaina h# will keep im 
making rhangaa untU h# la coiv 
vlmvd li# haa a rhamptnnahlp 
rontandcr. announced yaatar- 
day that both Rilly Forhan, a 
ronkla Hghiwingar. and Bruro 
Lea. hig 35-y#«r^ld kftwingar 
will play imn 4 irT«>w. 

Lag waa obtained ytaierday 
from Calgary In a atralght 
Irad# whkti gant Murray 
Wllkta ba«ii to iha Siampeden. 
Wllkla came lu iha t'ougara 
along with (>org# Ford. Enlo 
.S(*luu>t and Don MrL«ud in a 
trad* for Ed Dumhoy bui Iha 


Hut I'm gcMng to k«wp Iry* 
ing. ' ha rapealad. **Wa’va dona 
real wall to alay aa clooa aa 
wa have. It won’t taka much to 
roaka up Iha best club in our 
division and that'a what wo 
want to ba.” 

Arwl lhat'a trua. Tha 
Cmigara hava baan tha b I g 
aurprtaa in Ihatr aartton. Oat* 
ting hardly a look from pra* 
aaaaon prognnallaatora. ihay 
have hetm a anlld playoff con* 
taiMlar all tha way and ara 
cinaa anough ao that If they 
hast the Totama tomorrow 
In mid aaaaon tt'a aaaler to lhay'U ba only lour pouuaout 
find a chunk of ambergrta. of tha lead. 


caakMuilly on the mad. maiK 
agad only au gnala artd nina 
aaaiata In SA gamas and waa 
only a fair dafenalva performar 
lor Iha Cuugara. , 

Lea did no hettar with tlw 
Siampa thla aaaaon. aroring 
six gnals and aaalvllng on 
seven in 2i gamaa. Ha had ll 
goals and tt asalsia for Winnt- 
pag last season and 19 goals 
and 25 assisis In his ronkla 
•#smn with Meatlta. WliHa ms 
past re«*nrd indimtaa ha won’t 
sdd mu<*h pur- ^ to tha Coug- 
ars. I.ea la annsiderad a work- 
msnllka playar who goas both 


will dafinUaly start Saturday *a 
gama and I think ha can halp 


FiMitan. Who siariad tha aaa- 
son wiih Wuahac Acaa In Iha 
Wuapac Morkay Lasgua, will 
likaly play un a Una with 
Cnrdlo WlL' jn, Clthar rookla 
TVin Rlarkburn. who has a 
l^g Inlury. or vatarsn I'Jnlo 
Srlutxd wiU complata Iha Una. 

Laa. Egan Indicatad, will 
play on a Una with Doug 
Andarson. who mUsad Wad 
naaday 'a gama becauaa u( an 
atisck of flu. and Duug 
Macaulay. Kgan will kaep 


ways and hia inh pnimda flgura 


VK\ F\RK 8y 

Wall Ditxen 


Boston Bruins 
Blank Wings, 

Snap Streak 


SASKATOON — V'am'ouvar Conucki coabo Bruc« 
Gamhio nasdi only on« mort shutout to equal the 
Western Hockey Licagvie'i record of eight for a gingle 

•eti.aon. - jTTi-n -n.-L-L---u-L--.--n,-_-.Tj 

Tha record It VId by Vlw •mtsu. wvMMe. 

loriA Cougors Maical Prilaiiar, • > r ut e>*. 

whoaat K In tha 1955M oaasiin r * *i ? !ii w » 

!Ti««-'he4 '> IsW yaai wtuiu-? « W s 

with \ anrouvar . .im «•««•« cub > :b m la 

iiambla msda 25 aavaa In a«et»«v w«aw*v 

racking up hia aaveoth akumut ce w i. r ua rs. 

her* last night, ss tha Csnurki mb# ? s}? • «r 

a-irgnfid UD their BCSlrie tour B W >• i liV iS H 

awenaa up inetr praine »our » W if l is ur B 

record at a win and a less v««* ..•*> a 

with A SO VKi..J>- T-~s^ m *<>•> wc 

ThA win. gslnsd befora UOO 

tans KoMied 


LSTON— ^*oehender Don Simmons turned aside 
28 drives Ja«l night to chalk up his third shutout of the 
Nalicmal Horkey League seaann and lead the Bnatw 
Bnjina to a !W) %irtory o\er the Detroit Red Wings. 

BiBiona alalary. brt*na 

tl,T::e heiwBeww fans mn\ed ^ ^ ^ ^ 

Iha Bruina into a tw with Pa ^17"?* c * S ~ ^ 

u.dt toe fuuiUi pla^wf (our « M i1 4 ^ m ^ 

pomfa behind tha third ploca o u * »« '>•£ 

Saw Ycfh Rst'garm. 

Pet I oil Btarlad fsst. Aom' 

Inating play in tha find period. 

But .kimmans made 12 sesas. 
sr-riudtng six »n dtffiruli shots, 
and troTB than on II waa all 
Bnsinn. 

jHhrftay Buc>k gave BruHis a 
to lead midway through tha 
fiisl period and then, after a 
stnrelasa ssennd period Don 
U< Kannai and Jim Mnrrtann 
added insuranca goal# ta tba 
rtnai parkid. 

nCNALTIIM HI RT 

Datndl dalenraman Pata 
Coegan was serving penalUas 

wl.*M botli of H.n;.:>na Ihlnl- 
l*a;;ud goals wata s-<>i*d on 
power pijyw 

t;«Ni|»a Muwa auffatvd a 
gashed pend In the ssBAnd 


Bcenic third hole a< < vprass 
Potni enurse slmoai diverts 
sitawilmi from inre* wau ' 
trig narvla U'en^ lav off on 
13Byard. par ihraa tost. 


Barrage 
Of Birdies 
At Crosby 


and Flaming MackaM misaad 
tha gama bacauea of minor 
Injupaa. 


Canucks te *han Canucks 
within three potnts of Basil W Retksino 

Totems, lasdan of Iha westevn pechena waa i 
dtvtshm. Vancouver plays si nii hetler 

Winnipeg tonight »n tha ^ ,n 

laagu* A ®eJy g*me. m that pei 

Vancouver'a ftva goals wars y,-- r i;., 
ApUl avenly among Ron Hutch- 
tF.4-.n Ray Cyr. Danny Balisla. «,» s«>m« avi'* 
Wall Pesensh and Alex Kuzma- «..« 

Canucka took a 9B la*d in c*r*e 4 sens s<hi 
I ha first period and Incrvaaad 
It to SB In tha second. In Iha *** 
third they merely wera eon- ^*"* 7 s-r*"^A-s 
te*'^ to protect Gamble's ahnt- a->s> ta 
o«* ntr." 

i;ambia waa partieularly ^ 
brllUant In tha flisi perlud w.te u 


- ihTAwi PKBBLF BEACH Calif. 

d fmui fe ntrsr— mt JuIlUS BornS ar 1 BtUv 

d coocenlralton of unie«uhed birdia iwr 

rages Uia Thurwiey anri uad 
for the opaningBay la«d w>tfi 
wood lell of excel five ur>«la# par «7s m Ring 
which hava been i rusb> a gvinoo gdf tourna 
W'hIMskar's Point nent 

m la ba the easMwl Tha pair had a siruka advsK 

1 ^^" taking ebsmplan 

n tha baat. Tofwmy HhU and ywung Jehn 

gwmg*. with aoriy' UrMuXn 

Al BnldJiig of Toronta lad lt*a 
vHght la uauAl in Cansdian anirBnta with a T1 

^ tierry Magea of Thronia had 

am and co^ the , 73 Gamga Knudoon of 

~ .na .s,.„ 

« n,lo« whil- Wn«*i».r r. 

tanad up consider ^ 

Tom Mack apoona. kitchener 

used iurea 'oob an 91 

irm siM M<*k(ne un Msxwell and his partner Pr .... 

M and the JUnn* Robert Knutsoo of JUn Fran *•* ^ gamed. 

cisco raptured the lead Hi iha Guy ffandroa raturnad to 
pro-amateur best ball divtskm the Bruina" lineup hut hnih 
wMh a score of At datancemsn Boh Armstrong 


and Rag llnwlly. If IB. ld-1i> 
IVP. in a ^nsrtar final mslrh 
In Ih* mar'* "A" «V»t»hles nf 
the r»ty h»'iminion ihempion- 
ships At Ih# Amphinn fttreet 
hsM 

^uanri ft>-sl mstHias hsva 
now been plsvad in si) events 
• nd the sriKi firnis ara artiad 
u)ad for locgh* 

s»*4 1 m 

Ml VW *'•" IWM S«f * 

■•*(> !«-• t-w *- U' wv .>e se 

’•■tm ■*».•? W<M***» *«<■ '• S4 '» 4 

,i .!• n.n Mdn ••>1 w««<rr 
S #»■ ■ ij«S*. sari ttsg W <ni|lt 
• '* »'*• ••• w «nl Xn* 


WltJIAM HKAf>: Fishing hatwnen William Head and 
Ptara RnrKt has heart gond all wrintar although waatNar hst kept 
all but a few anglers sws> For tivnsa who haven’t miniM 
tha alamariis whan th* waiars wars fiahahl* there hava town 
rewarding trips and It a trill a good spot to keep in mind on 
calm davs 

PrnluiMv the biggest of the winter was the Jflpounder 
taken awhil* h«rk hv ErV Chipper. Jn>r# Ham. who has 
berom* on* of the mor# enthusiastic distaff anglera. and her 
husband. Gam have been regularly surreosful with Joyce 
having a O pounder among her aonqoaota Six la tight Aunraa 
of weight, about ilh feet of lln# and a Minnow Taaaer )iaa baan 
the tiest combination of lackl#. 


Speakina Briefly 


WTNNIPFn trpi - Bnlith 
rugger playara may soon com- 
pat# with Canadians for placet 
on prnfeMkmal foothAll club 
matei' s without being tagged 
imports. ^ 

First stepa towards treAllng 
Iha rugger playara aa Cana* 
dkina for foothall purposet 
ware taken at a prettminsry 
meeting of ttio Canadian Font, 
ball liCAgue Thursday. De)a- 
gates from tha nine pro rluha 
In Iha Rig Four and W’astara 
Intarprovinclal Football t’nion 
sgteml that bona fkla Brltisn 
sulilacts would not he classed 
aa Imports 

At present Onlv playart 
hnhting Cansdlan titl/enshlp 
papers are regarded aa noiv 

”Thls Is a (TL mattar and 
will be dealt wiih when tha 
CFl, meets at tha weeliaod.'* 
aaM Jake Gsitdattr of HamtV 
Ion president of ttia Rig Four, 
Who last year explored t)>a 
pnssihtltiv of bnpnrllng rugger 
playara to Canada. *Tt prob* 
aldy could go Ihrougti.** ha 
added 


X««4 im DwMwr 
Ml ** traits 


hurlad taunts at tha crowd 
and didn't appear for Iha 
Iropiiy pievantanona. 


(-RDFTON: rianlv of good sired Muehacka showing Iwit 
t)»ay have heeo eMiemalv )uittl to lure and man> a flahaiman 
with only a limited time to si*and trying has had to Uova 
amptv handed I'hasa ar* times when you hav* to try every- 
thing Bom* have smr«d Hy gmnf deep but catching a two 
Bound Bah with a pound of weight isn’t too much fun A Kam 
l/ur* or a Hot Shot plug, fished cloaa to th* suifara will 
aom*tir->*s do Ih* trtek Another good augfastion is In use 
either s gteensnd while nr a coronstion tr«d whit* and blue* 
hucktait n> behind a dmihl* Indiana sp toner Moat of all. you 
need patieive 

And In this armi anglers report seeing soma big springs 
oft 'That)* Island which c*>utd well be worth a tr>. 


tesir tewm. the rooe 
OMiwRy ewwad f'o« 
ism. ploy SealHa 
l league -leodlncl Ta- 


taam unlaM sold or traf^ Bl ( KV HARRIS will s^ir 

The legislation. If passed. 4 root n a* general 

fn«n*W'*i of the Ameriran 

^1 I ] lesgiia Riiston Red Sox wtien. 

l» 5 iniP I Inn U>»nin ts nHinally named 

\JCIIIIC/ V.ZIU1F piiMident of Ihe league . . . 

n * Blalk. who re- 

I |w/A^ r ri7AW I •• rosrh a»vd sfhlatlc 

vFIvCo 8 1 l&Co dttwior at Waal Point thia 

.f th. VI. •.T’.TI'JlT’J'.j:; 

" ^ about hts laaignation Family 

lorla Flab and Gama Protec p|.^*,iira and an rxcelleni bust- 
llva Asaorlallon will ba )ie)d otter ware Ihe rs>asofis ha 
•n Thuraday, Jan. 23, al Ihe advanced . . . Winnipeg Blue 

Ijheral Mall. 1122A Govern ^mhet# have signed l^u 

first import of the vast. IMvld 

metH Rtreal. rommeni log at Wlsronaln captain 

8 pm. HUd end. . . . t arsd Jsoe Parkl. 

y:iarti<m of officers for IPM. former Canadian skating 
pteseniMton of lit# finaoi lal rtum<)iH*n has reltrad from 
report for 195k and Die |ue rompetlitim. Rba bad 1 
sentalioo of the rhib trophy ahmiklrr oprratloti last year 
and deer hiittoiM are Ihe main ^ I'aoi-bn t*o«wole« hl^ a 
Uema of tmsinee*. msi»ii and hi« last night. 

t;ien Twell. who also won a k**ing Ai 97. 9A to yraok 


rOMOX' ".lust full of salmon” la the wav Rill Defiv 
dear rt ties conditions in Comox, Ray Defty and RID Agent took 
aix. between five and 14 pounds, nn Runday and moat anglers 
are having luck, l.ucky Lmiie plugs fished with 13 ounraa of 
wetgkl la tha prearrlh^ recipe here 


Minor 

Sttreer 


Kickers Meet 
Brodies Side 


Mtibbriki Ar*M 

SEATTLE 

TOTEMS 


AHfM'T RnKI.HF.An: Prospects are also good for alael 
headers In most Island riven If there Isn’t any big rain la i1)a 
Up water and rmlaa levels. 

Theid la good fMtlng tha whole length of the Oawkhan 
Art Hancock repotis from Cowubsn lake that ‘*r)uHa a few" 
skeelhrad are showing si the head of the Over FV»hbv lUncnck 
beached two 1A>dnewla> and kMt two otheis and the Hanrorks 
hav* taken between 15 and 11 fish over the pa«i two week*. 
"John'i Joke." tha 5UndvsWurwh steeltiead ft> and Ihe No. 3 
golf tee spinner hive hern dmng well fur the llarv-oche 

In the knver teschea. Ihnky Kaonett report*, analers 
Have h.-^~ sroi ing below llU "slh er hi klge" with the Spin N t Jo 
;r-Jo A* app.-rrenth the moat popular luie Kennett also reports 
a few fl*h have been spotted Iti the Koksllah 

Railing t-:-. livei* in the Cnurtena> Cam|ihell River area 
SiMMild be Just about |<ei le< t for the weekend l>en Frwnrls, 
who does as well a« snvone. leports that Ihe Ovaler. Punlledge. 
TmM# Tsflium. Quinaam and Campbell Rtver* were aH In good 
eondltlnn Wednesday and that rhancea for a u rreaa In any were 
better than fair wiik th# Oystar and QutnaajB partiapa Ih# 


( future 




IiIIk Ctalotllil VictMk. I.C^ frL, Jm. 11^ \m f 


LivertHml Sidelinrd 


Rughy Team 


Ii)NI>ON->W«rcwlrr Wftt li«erpooL f-1, 
la thHt Footl>all AMArtotioa Cii^ tkird-rouad tta at 
WorcMtar yfat^rday. Womsier aow trill mtr^i 
Mi«fn«>ld l^aited at haa > » la Um» mnt roaad. 

K«play befweea Briatol at/ aad Daa- 

raatcr aad FaUiam aad FetcrboroaKk »«ra paat- 
poa«d acaia uuhi Moaday baoaoae ol Wavy ftf. 


Eyes Lions 


SYDNEY, AuvtraSa <R»u- 
Ura)— Enfland haM AuatralU 
to a draw after a hard fought 
flnUh Thuraday tn the third 
game of flvo-gama cricket teat 
■erlM here. 


wleketa la acorUig M before 
the dooe. 

England made 31S lA the flni 
Inntnga to which AuatraUa re- 
plied with 857. 

AuatraUa continued deCenaive 
taetka when England reaumed 


VANCX)LrV'ER ICP|— 1%* Vancouver entry In a 
proponed profemionai rugby leam In weatem Canada 
and the United Statea hopta to nave a working agree" 
ment with British Columbia Uoni to use off"oeaMn 

football players. i r - - 

ntve it^lated Vancouver ar Iran Rugby l^eague. to be 


The diaw tavo England a 


n rug . pro. .oioa n* an rranctaco 


three. Only 11 rana rame In tbe 


couver tranchiae tn the Ame« 


aeriM draolla loamg Iba flnt 
two gantaa. 

Het'uet of the ftnlah were 
CAttn I’owUiey. fliil there 
with iQo runa when the Eng- 
llfth InrUnge were derUred, and 
h)« partner, Peter May. with 
93. 

England declared at 2S7 for 
aevrn wicket*, leaving Au«* 
tralla needing 130 runa for vic- 
tory and 110 mlnufrt to get 
then). The Auairallana never 
went for the nma, loatng two 


a. tuiMf Ml Ml 
a waMii Ml Ml 


firet half hour and not until 
Keith Slater ahared tbe new 
hall with Alan Davldaoit did the 
•coring rale Improve. 

TTirfi r«rwiirey look II off 
Slatera tif«( over but only -VI 
rufu tame before luru'h when 
E^igland wa* 231 for threat 
Jim Burke bowled for the 
first lime after the Interval aM 
only 15 run* had been added 
when May was howled by one 
of Burke's off hreaka. 

May's 93 hsd Uken him Slk 
minutes with 10 fours, and hla 
partnership wlib Cowdrey had 
lasted six hours 37 minutes 
and had saved the match for 
flngland. 

*(oaaMi*ao 
Wms. nr«t W«MM lit 

w» 

tacijiNa 


Vsncouvef. San Eranriaco 
and L<ie Angeles are to enter 
the first trams, and appltca- 
ttona hava been received fpm 
Rakei afield Calif, and Itous- 
ton Another is expected from 
^iea^b> 

Although Lua Angeles re- 
ports said ths first league 
match won't be played until 
Kebruary I960. SplUtcd «sid an 
eshibltlm gama ran ba ex 
peeled here m April 
The rugby league .would 
have 13-man teams and play- 
ing rules would cleaely follow 
regular international rugby 
league rule*. 

Spllsted said, however that 
a cofMesslon to Nofih Ameri- 
can regulations will b* made 
In dividing the game Into four 
quarters, as tn football, instead 
of two halves, with one referee ' 
and two assistants instead of 
a *tngle nffirisL 
Hm* Will Vsnrvuver get s 
lawBi reedv In ttme for April? 
KKm AtlKEMKNT 
"V\» have talked with Herb 
I'apiv-i of the &C. tiens and 
expert to have a working 
agreement with U»e LiSn* to 
uae theii players," he utd 
Tlte Lion* *re In the Weatern 
Inierprovinrtal Football union 
"A numhrr ol theca like 
Primo VUIenuevm, Sonny 
Homer, Ted Hum and Gordie 


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JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE 


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He spent earlier years with 
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now. tCPC-l 


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Tennis Asaoctatlon. 

In *'A'' dive Ion action. 
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NANAIMO Alexander Mac- 
dougstl. 67. LanirvlUe, vetriaa 
E A N Railway oondut-'or and 
eneiime star athlete, died in 
Nar--;-r?o General Ho«pttaL 
Wed new lay 

Born In VI :->rl:: he worked 
so a conduc tor It«r 35 yoar* 
and ws* khewn to hun<Uoda 
(lurtfig hu tong yrnv of asrv 
he umIi the rot^vxd aM 

through his sport ;l 

He moved to imo In 

1944 and then to LantxvUle In 
19S4. rotinxig from iba rad 


member of the Victorui Fou:.- 
datior;:; field |a<TO*a# team 
that W)in tf>e Mann cup In 
Winnipeg In 1919 Known tn 
the *pert world a* he 

compefri >n ih- 
n/le - . -ting comprtllioha at 
Uilawc et the age of 16 so'l 
was a)«u s ' • *-. n soever 
Playei 

A First World War veteran 
he wa* a member of the .' -y 
View Ceniefir;il fc;i.-ch, Cana 
dian t^glofi He will he to'ited 
undri auspice* of the br~.~- ' 


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brother. Dougta* Macdougali. 
Vu'toi’a. and *ix grandobll- 
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liome et 1 JO pat. .Saiurda>. 
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1A31. Prank Para Jr,, preal- 
dent of the International (toll 
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tOCXf*'! 
fvf*M IM) 


ITm Jat'kmAN in 

•lanr* ahnuM b« pnln#4 twfn>« <h* 

and «f Thit i>p# baara Hi 

flnwat* im wfurll will g(«w Mt 

iI;m i«Nninf tpilnf. and laal >*«• • 
giowth* ilwuhl ba rut to a point naoi 
ihni; bow briar* ibr na«r slioou 


• • rt<«^ m fbr br>< ••n<a] aa pOi-«i>i^ 
Sldr ihooli *r>»lOf linm |h#«a prim 
anoni giowlhr art pr. nrd bark aarh 
wintn to wllhin two buda o( thatr 
point of ortfin 

Thla la a good itanr. loo. to u 

youi ahi^b* lr>( romUif up 

(tom briaw Ibr aull ••utor# 1( M ram 


' leaf nta«o. Sit*' ' 

i Cftw «T Moad 

*>: 4 f ttacu vtisoati 


Th* moat ditfirult thing ahnui 
wintot pnytlng la to know whrn to 
atop- With a food poll of anoalrun in 
youf hand. Ihr ahoola and bramhoa 
romr oil wilb auck a aailalytng 
‘".<tunk" (hat tharr u a attong trmpia 


Irmatia may alao br prunad now but amac tPod 


VI- 

buriiuma on to loota of roat-ari. mnio 
vlfotoua vailriira and if th*^ rttnia 
arr allowod ^*nd up ahonia n( Oubr 
e**“ (hrar n4»hrt gj““Ui- ^tifdikoci 
all nouriahivwnt (rr. th* fra/taal 
xarviy and in nmr wrtil eauao ita 
daatty 


nnt Ckmatla montana Tbir onr baaia 
lla caat-adM of whiir ot Muah pink 
flaw«i-s In May. on gnmtha whu-h 
wrtr formod laal yrar. and lf>ou (akr 
®(^ now you U havr nn dtaplay 
at all ihia yoar If yaui vinra aio 
fit - Ing in a mr--' j, 
gardan wbri* M.m# j'..;mal r.rairrfM 
!s •roniiad !ha> .an br ^hibfad nvrr 
thr (|«tM.rra arr r!:;:.h#d 

>«ihri>^iM Mnniana la kaat Ml un 
la gw lla aicTi awwwi way. 


Vir—' and amamrnial plania tiain 
*d an w«i» trvlltora and pargnlaa ar« 
priaad fraturra in many nf mit gat 
dona, but thrt; ^.^at •Uei t c. n(rm tnat 
thd.ufh untimrly ptuning 

1 havr afinti nMii**^ ap rf intfiia nf 
tha \ witilrr ;=»rr:;:-7 thr flag 

lafn M iitiri «v»r#i and thr wtniri 
(InwriiMf hoii*) ain'klr whith ha>» 
hnwft rlipprd ni piunad in >ai# #u 
lumi' and all thr puSmltal wr^Hh nf 
winlrr flonrit whlih ->iM Savr 
.jo'hnd thru biai^'hrw hat ail bran 
pfunad awa> Iba rnd o( Mairh n» 
ral^ A|mii •« l|mr rivoufh fnr ihrwr 
givr ibrm ihr|t rhanrr lu (i.itsA out 
thru blooming prned firat m. 


noraaaaiy in dig down (a. anm.gh fa 
rapnar Ihrli ~‘»ni nf iHlgin and rut 
thrm off flu-.% w«t. lha paront mat. 
IVvni tuit rut tham nf( at a« 4 | ;.-.al, 
#• Ihia aftravatr* tha tifiuhio. 
aiMl vwu II up »(ih a vrritahlo 

wttrha biT«.matki( nf vm. ; (wr* 

I ws-*i I knrw ?.• ; ir gr_Td method 
nf inhtbtttng fiili.ia ginwih from loot 
waunda r r. irmovi" - *m. ^ 

r“- II a«iv nf my roo—.a kn~wa nf 
a iw hniti<>r or trra?— .rr.: whi«ti rrailv 
wMfka. |*d ba rr-r - fmirfi ! fm tha 
tiifnimatlon At mir limr 1 ma^' a 


Ihr wiatriU 1 #w» ahnuM ha primH 
brfnia tha and nf {hia mnnfh l( at all. 
an tha piuiiii.f cui* mav hav* a 
rhanna tn hrat ar..-; form a <-£!>•>• ha 
fnir Ihr aap rtarta la flow, oihar 
«i«r thr vtna mav birrd ralhri h«dlv 


tni> way of ronirnifiof a hamojrhag* 
tn aiihai a tvuirrta at a giapa vin* 


This Goes Tliisaway 


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wtia i«f lha hr«wr« t!*ioupb hi* 
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to ba riwM-ad ,ip fr':^' a 
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vr^vruraa •fl.ir brf.<-r 
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whara al- tha gi.i* air fmin| n thta 
yrar •*’«rat >r«r thr ; •?» ar* gntng 
•w Mart ;.g bark rr-r to 

havr a ft.' |u • ' - . (ff at ham- 

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br«n ina*a* bar man# ar-^ ar.rar« 
'*1 dnn t naad hap !.>•••. Mar. 

rai' I ‘•■•“.J gar dtaing«.a |Ur 
that nn morr 

flawhidr npana v Mh a 

of -.-.Ai 'rJaa wf M nn- i n# 

rnw« gai nut af tt>* wai wa 

,r.’ TWir arr baoullfui ab«*s* 
rc-a=?f 7 tt gow A# taw^ Ami Ht 
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TWutH» 


-nat AU Amanran K n wair Itnn 

varHaga with ^IrgUtla ‘ . jr.4« 

rnttbp and an-, bran 


who attandad tha pr«>.rA of t>a< mnvta 'hartff 
nf yrar-...«4 Jaw wr.nt llork an atudm aalaiy '«> 

ar.- tflkhw, thiar and a half v%arkt nid ; wrigh* 11 
p- d« 'I want bi»n «.• -- »ir»i p,. 'ura aaya Jav* 
“I f- ..Id carry n aa » popomr r «rt> h*. k I'm |nT A..!g 
altar him myarif . - k.- .« T •• ....*.v.a« 

havr hahtra lhao turn tham nvar t>. anmmnr alaa .Not 


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f a.rao wmm 

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f afniya imva wotknd 
In Thr Hand' with • 
arwnaa wara thr lemann. i 
h"f» hr did." i ra..?. u . 


Tlif Daily Cross-lord Puzzle 


Thr Worold Adomawo Marry Ma 

ffnpaiata Taatr« ba* rr>.had *a * 

ibr -••..# iriraaod bar* la nacar-.bar 
for an narar 

FV*'*-.w Oatn r ahn pia» • 
L- ;ir a "Auntlr Vtamr nn t --.-t-.- 
;'<> tiir av-nt And all# wilL whrn Hat 


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fufto Wf« Of T*» Avnf^ 
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l»<■•}dmtal*^ Miaotro and M* 
fard. hniifh* ihr tiarlaquiil .r«tauiat»i 
.rnamrd M Ti.r.::;, ar..1 ...rad iV 

N’l'? (.'oprt tn I ..0 thr p:a«a P.n>t«urmi 
Invaaim^nta ^ight nnw for movt* aiart 
• Kata of “rXrm 


Winning Contract 

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llltia mnra frvrthnghtrvana 
w:u!d hsva avrL^d all lrr...Mg 
if •«! rhaaan ihiaa tin 

trump g« !..» bid Kia 


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hk. aa nnr ;^M>ro vnl- 
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Ml might aiiM havr t-nma nff 
Pf* 'V if Wral had r-^r f.vm# 
' v-'?h Ihr klM.ns tiuh rr^r- 
t lla «*.iMr..-.: |»jf' 

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and gnri*rd ttiaf rti'bv woa 
, Urn's ‘.iiiorrahlr fM.itvt 


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f.T'bvaawni ra:-<^. .th 

IhTred^r 7 V*vv m-'-r “*?; 

Jnr'iMr if t<r had opr.rf.] 
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I ugitive \ limits 
Eight Cars, Jam, 


Stealing 

Blanket 


Thes’rc Actors’ Handbooks 

He ’s for Comics 


py)amM Irom br^urMA LaIi# 
IrvliutilAl SrtMM»L 
. AU to oUvtK'Mk acrumnJ 
durinf th# tim* hr w*« lirr. 

Muniftjr Ih9 youth gov* him 
«rli up to hi* Uwy*r. T. J, 

•urm*ln*d to Juvvnll* 
ouihonilr*. On WrdnracUy h* 
opp*«rM IN )uvrAlte «oan on 
lhr«r rhArg**- rm* of (tMm 
inrhiding Mghf count* — *nd 
WM ottirtwl tranoformf on all 
thr«* lo epm court 
Flrat chNfgo involvod right 
CDUBU fit theft ot mr* hrtuorn 
Jon. 7 OfHl Jwi. U. SoooiMl w«« 
* charge of bmoktng. entering 
and theft at 777 Pine, the 
home of Ifr*. J Branaoo. 
Third was theft nf a liUnket 
from the ror of Chester Alex- 
ander on Selkirk Street 
The aorlM of ear thefu 
began ian. 7. with one that 
day. tour on Jan. A and one 
each on Jan. A 10 ar»d 11. 
Juvanile offioar Lyl* Somer*. 
aoM that all were rccovored. 


^DEFIANT ONES^ 

CiMko eg TKew lerA rUm tr«k« 
a ME»T nm ER OT IMi 
• BERT DIBIBC'rOE'HrrANUCT RBAlfrR 
a Btarr K'BKcrpiJkv 


A Victarta youth aaa re 
mended to Jan 2i for a pro 
baltun report aitd aetiiriic* in 
eliy polko eoun ye*ieid*>. 
•fWr pieo rt lng guiliy to 10 
charges of (heft. 

Jarkaon. lA of US 

diatrict poUce for ahcmi a week 
aftav eocoping Jan f, in 

GEBAMIUMS 

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TBir amt "JQKnAMT 

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M» Ui Victoria, one In Cofwood 
and one at Laerhtown 
Only the last was imaged 
slightly when II went off (he 
road ewMti was told 
The break In at 777 Pine oe* 
Cirrref Jan A and three )an 

atolefL Cntry wa« gained by 
pushing In a piece of cardhoard 
covering a broken faaaement 
window. Tlie blanket, not re- 
covered. was stolen last Satur- 
day. 

Owners of the stolen car* 
were Dale Shatford. Arthur H. 
Baird. Douglas t'ameA Robert 
Bull. Mrs. L. fr o wn. WUliain 
Annlas Joseph IdennU and 
Michael R. Adama. 

Jackwii's counsel reserved 
comrrwnt until Thursday. i 

ess I 

in Saanich police court yea- 
lerday Magialrale Uatlar fined , 
Jardar l^utraa*. SUi Bprlhg. 
A0O following kis convletion un 
a charge of impaired driving- 
Lauvaa*' UeenM was eua 
pended 

t'ourt was toM L^uvaaa was 
arraated when hit ear was aaoo 
drlviAi alowly. aad waavlng 
from curh to eratre lane an 
Douglas from (he TtmaaCaa- 
ada Highway south. 

a a a 

In the aunt aaurt Cbartea, 
rrudiftek tsogworth. MOP' 
Quadra, was found guOly af' 


VANCOUVER iCPi— The 
dean af dimma adjudloaiora 
says dUMren’s cowuc bonks 
are useful handbooks fur 
dfsmsUau and actor*. 

Rldiard Ainiry. Britlab ac- 
tor. movie atar and producer, 
her* la adjudicate at the Bii- 
UMi ColumMa Drama Puattval. 
•aid (ha ol 


Making Sure Food Isn’t ‘Htfl’ 

Dinner abot^ to be nerved to Anastaa Mlkoyan It 
given RpecUJ treatment, fieiger counter It patted 
over the tray b>' PoUce Inspector WUliam Oaterloc^, 
looking fo r flUng t that could polton the food. 

Festival Features 
Sonata Unveiling 


apeare would have baen a 
great comic book writer. 

Mr. Alaley. aon af tamad 
Shakespearean actor Henry 
AInley, said he was "all far 
camk books ” 

Clitichlng two 10 cent bonks 
as ha spoke, Mr. AInley com- 
mented 

“Comic books are hUJ ol the 
kind action, animation and 
! sense of movement that are 


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QLADIATOIIS 

Awat Masws loam Nsvw 


under bond of fROO fur siB 
monthi to bo W good bohaoior, 

eupedaUy io»arda his wife 
The charge fallowed e dia- 
pute la tho home an New 
Year'* Day. 

Gty May Raise 
Liability Gner 

An Bufsaas la Cha efty'a 
public hsbOtty tuauranea from 
saoaooo m voojdo wui be 
rerommendad to Hly rouaeSt 
by Onanre rocamltiee. 

The conmlttee debated rals- 
tng the amouat la i1.0OO.Q0O 
at an estra coat af gXV) a year. 
but d*rtded agatns t h 

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VANCOirvai tCP) — Tho 
world premier performaasu af 
a oeOo uosMta by famed 
Ptanch rnmpnaar Oariaa Ml^ 
baud will bo aM af tht 
mualsa] highllglaa af (ho a*<> 
and Varwwuuor Uumaatleaal 
Peart val 

Nkrhalao OilfarkwIA. Notk 
val artUiir dbaetor. aimouacad 
Thursday that (he new work 
win be wnitaa tat eelliet JDwal 
Friedlandm. fommr member 
of the Aas er fc a a Fra Arte 
Qaarwt. rww nuldMn bi Tm 

oouver 

Mr. OokMrhitildt olao Mv 
nouaced the tignlng of a 
ntonbor af othar tetemattcaial 
atara for the ImtluaL whMi 
lakoa plaoo July 11 Aug. IS. 

latast announcemtnia be 
dude- (he eppearanca of (ha 
X b ne n eeVattaa Ballot Co 
panol. a group af 14 Spanlak 
danrers famous for the In- 
terpreiatlon of flomenm dance 
terms: (he North Amertean 
prmnier of Leaa Janarek‘e 
dramatlr aongeyde "Oaa 
Tageburb etnas Verechallanen'’ 
(The Dtary of a Loot Oae». 
with Shelm tyrir tenor Rnwt 
Haefllcor la the leading rolr. 


land conevts lod by WaNer 
.StMakbid. Mitten Katlma and 
Irwin Heilman. 


« I ■ssiii r»ipii sss *M kss 
9i iisii iss mS sea 


, very useful In a theatre ' i v 
He aald aU Iheso qualHlsa t< 
wde adjunct* (to .db*ke» | 
paare'i gralu*. > i ^ 

"ft's the greal^t thing th*t « 
can happ^ to an adjudlcaiwr. « 
beinc Invtted ta ad|udlc*(* at 
the t4 regional festival* in 
Caivada." be aakf la an Inter- . 
vbnv. He ^ 

nev^M - 
tharu at a irnnondoua rote ' f 
like being *hot from a ran- I 
nort^ 4 , I 

Ha thaugrit the standard of I 
I acting ^ Canada’s amateurs , 
was high, although he had 'l 
onlv sdjudlcated at oae I 

Msnorial Arsna | 

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e*sw «ksMtc ssauss^s. 

SMtUs-tMHsss SW 9m. 

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val In Toronto before coming 
to Vancouver. 

"Amateur* aerm te b# 
chousing InleQi^t play* thal 
win bring out the best of ihtig 
aWHitra.' ha sold. 

Kla advire te amateurs- 

"Thay should Uy dUflcitll 
play*. And they ahouMn't bb 


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Boston^ s Mill 


Parking Finn Hit 


Yvnem aldeniuin J. DonaW 
Smith, MLA. UuiM-hMl another 
•tiark ymienUy on city ruun- 
rll't handling nl the downtown 
P « r k 1 A i and improvement 
plan. 

But Aid Gcuftiry fe^dfeiow. 
pMblk works chairman, re- 
pbed that he "^otild iry to he 


new pten expropriation of| *^He attU wwina to he 
land by iKe dly to be used | tog nnttl every thing la 
by a pilvate downtown park !pleted and then firing a« 
ing cummisakw. • il~ mM Aid. Edgelow. 


By MC-B BIMKOTT 


The bursting tank hurled 


wring 


ticked on the noon hour ui 
Bnaton's buay north and. 

The ewrydiop bustle of activ- 
ity echoed \long Comnienial 
Street, the north end's chit 
lered avenue of trucka, cars, 
bacydet and wagooa. 

^ group of chlMran romped 
benaath a huge tank 9S 
feet high. 9R fael wide- that 
towered over the Purity IXa- 
tilling Company ptani It con- 
tainad 2j00,000 galkma of 
molaaaaa. 

A guard ahooed the young- 

•ters away. 

The dorfca' hands moved on 
toward 12.30. 

Molhars beckoiwd chlMren 
fo tunrb. One. Mary DiStaalo. 
11. r^n bark lo take another 
look at the molasupa tank 

A city laborer. Michaal Sen- 


ton Elevated RaHwgy'a op. 
hghta. apUnteiing them. Train 
service waa halted on the nine- 
mile stretch between Charica- 
town and Hyde Park. 

A dosen horaea attempting 
In flee were swallowed Up In 
the aUihering maaa. 

At one point the moliiaw 
ran 15 feet deep 

Pollcs. firemen and sailors 
from I ha Charlestown naval 
yard, altemplint reacuea. had 
to he reacued thrmaelvea. 

Little Mary DtStaalo'a body 
waa found beneath four feet 
of molaaaee. The puhUe works 
yard was a blanket of nmlasaea. 
Sennotf and hU companions 
were dead 

In all. 31 persons perished, 
40 were ln)ured and damage 
ran to millions 


sand bcKkoche away!” 

5s«di Pm 41 Usinl. ImI Tas ms ^ m^mI pk «f Ih 


down conllnuaUy the ihlngs 
people are trying lo do for 
the betterment of the cOy and 
the ettUena.” 

Mr. Bmllh tor«K*aat lhai dly 
ownership of uff-strcet park- 
ing fadllliea could raal ”a 
tremendous additional buiden 
ou the taxpayers for yaara to 
come." He aaked council' to 
go back to the people with a 


2,500, (HH) 

Galloiui 


Standinc on a deck that seems to have no end. sailor 
iooka into the distance aboard the U.S. alirnift 
carrier Indepe n dence, workfs largest ship, com- 
missioned Jan. 10. 


nutt. aat down to lunch with 
five companions In the nearby 
public wocka yard. 

It waa \2Sl 

A moment lalcr. with only 
a muffled rumble as warn- 
ing. the great molaases tank 
erupted. 

An almoat inconceivable tidal 
wave of sticky black Hquld 
spewed over iwp cily Murks 
with sueh fttrrs It hurled 
trucks against buildings and 
crumpled houses 


Ottawa to Foot Bill 
For Freeing Vessels 


The trsne- but many. other factors, offl- coats would be higher becaiam 
11 hear the *'*•*• “kL at the beevy going. 

Kvan-gDtng ^ official said a large ko It will take between three 
viantfwsi breaker Uke the d'Iberville and four weeks to make a 
s»«ui BliWi a day to complete audit of the added 
aeld maintain. Smaller breakers 
at Mtimale Uke the Lapointe. N R 
Mi'Laan sad Emeat Lapulnie 

T and Jan. 

err the coata under normal 

off atrag- condlilom. 

^ la the Sl Iji unusual aituaflofM auch as 
waterway, the Montreal operation, the 


Threats 
Put Beck 
On Guard 


TAiXlMA (API A kidnap 
thrmt ioh^i Pave Beck into 
hiring ^J^vguanl for hla 
famil) ^^ptlinony ui r.<i. 
dlstrtn ^irl herr mmi la»d 
Thuraday 

ioaeph M<Evoy. the body- 
guard testified he slept m 
the basement of the Berk 
home when Beck waa wut of 
town and acrompanied Dave 
Beck. Jr., rather than allow 
him to make long trips akma. 


HAVANA tAP- Thive of 
rwiel Castro's bearded war 
rhiTs -got thetr puiores in 
Havana newspapers Wednea 
•la> hy getting ahaws. They 
said thetr ronananders had tn- 
stnKied them to get rid e/ 
the whiskers. 

Meanwhile, C Astra retains 
hit beard. 


Welfare 

Lecture 

Planned 


Hrt. -fJo/Zv’ HarH^^r 


Oldtime Actress 
Dies Here at 80 


June dealing wtth oidoge and Funeral s ervieea for Mrs mamod la Tacoma and Ihred 
puMic aaelatanee. unemploy Marcella "DoHy Han v. Ml. there after leaving Vlrlorla. 
ment msuranee and health wfH be held at 2J0 pm Batur- She returned here 13 years 

programs. day. at 8ao<ki Funeral Home ago and was last year piw 

The meeting is being spon- Idra Harder, better known to seated with an honorary scroll 

sored by the Creoier Vlctotio locml oldtimert as Polly Draul by Ihe BC Centennial Com- 

Communlly Welfare Council an artresa at the turn of Ihe mittee. 

G. Conway Parrott, president, century died Tu e sday in 5t Survivors include her slater, 
will he chairman Josep h 's Hnspital Mrs. Mary A. SteUy, ai home. 

Mr Cragg Is aeekmg sug- Bom In Vtoiona and daugh- Pi.1 FuMertrwt *Avfmie. two 
gesitnrvi lo supplement Ihe re- ler of a pioneer family which half-brolbora. Thomaa B. CoM 
port, whldi Is under constdera- settled hi^ In Ihe IMOa. Mrm. and Kaah Cole. Seattle. Wash, 
tion by federal and provincial Harder was educated at Bt Burial win be In Rosa Bay 
foveinments Anne's Convent. She was Cemetery 


RENAULT 


* Fis-SlyM by WsrM Fsmsss Dasigasn 

* Fssr-Dssr lawn asd Cssifart 

I* Eeaaasiy— Up la 44 MHm Par QaRsa 

* Eitra Safaty witb Raar Eagisa RsaAabHHy 

A Sipar Silaat, Lsag-Laslisf Watar-CMM Eagiaa 
w Faa-Driva It Naw at 


Why wait until you stall b«torp you change to Chevron' Why wait until a hundred 
motor horns hoot behind you • reminding you that Chevron Gasolines stop 
cold weather engine stalls at tralftc lights and intersections. Act now! Get positive 
protection against carburetor icing — with the help of O.M.F. (Dimethyl FormamideX 
• speciat additivk in both grades of Chevron Gasoline. Quit stalling* Gel 
smoother idling, sure hre starting » fill up at the sign of the Chevroni 


STANDARD STATIONS • CHEVRON DEALERS iihfrf ar take belter care of your car 


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mtABn cHix 

mtATOHS 


T. SATON C 

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latlH CTolotiM VkHrk, 1.C, FrU W II. IMf 


TruAt^9 Stn^rn In 


WASH1N<7T0N «UP1) -• At- 
tenwy . GMwnti Wmtam P. 

y*t 1 «ri«)r urc *4 
Nrgro«i and ottMra i»ho A«v* 
Mo cA» J rrtMH voting to 
(ry tgaln vo th« government 
CAA pile up evtAwigA «l ctvU 

rlgtiu viotetlofM. 

H* IaM • now* oAnfvroricA 


Ali mieh pmoM •ImwiM cmIm 
• iVtermlrw^ effort to ew 
cim their voting rlgnie. Ho Mi<1 
I ho do pen room could 

m«ii» out • Witer moe If thoy 
•rv •gem turned gway finm 
the pnlU An rgctal grourwk. 

Rogom Mid the EUenhowtr 
•dmlnlgtrgtion would cuNnJl 
to ConervAft vithin tb« next 


»*rlu 11* V^poAAl* for dMMkwui e*p«ct«d noxt i 
rtvil righia frgialaUnn. Ha In mniiertlon with Virfi 
docUnAd In My «t thU limo *hTtA»«iw tMiaiArww 1 1 
whether Ihrvo wmiM br any against srfknul InirgrAlloau 
hill doaUnx with arhnol In- ^ 

***‘*^‘ AIMKIB BtPr«tO 

Ha Mid only that the ptuh- BuftAio bont^ arUI hm 
lem wma 'utulrr eonaMoraitan ‘ oiu in imrihAro Auil/AllA, 
and that ha waMad to wait! hontad aa Nj tarn# and 


until after he atiidiad two court 


Twt> now flrmrntary arhook and addition of ar 
admlntatralWr unit and activity room to Sookr etemm- 
tAr> arhonl arc on Soolir arhool board*a 1959 acenda. 
Tyuatiw Mra l%ahallr Reader 

aaut yrtterday the board has on iha beard arv; Aubrey Hull 
alieady taken action to heie menagrnMmt; Mra. Reader 
water lines put in fr»i*n Mill John SL WillUma. flnancr, 
atieam Road to a nrarb) tot Mr* Mynk Pvdnault. bulM 
wherv a threerBom rlementary mgs and greunda; Mr. Wll 
arhool will be buih llama. toAChrra Mieriea Mr 

Coneiruetion of the Mhooi. Hull, reprsA»ntailw to tlw 
approved by ratepayera taat health unit arul Mra. Reader 
month. wtU go ahead aa aeon puMk relalkma. 
aa the depannvem of educaiMn 
apprwyes the refrtvmhim 

Hta board haa the fur>d*. lA 7* 
gan.aon (or the Saeaeno* M ^~W d 

elemenlary achoo) near MUnee / W & M m jM M ^ 
landing ta he built on the t. 

same plan a* Ihs MiUairaam 

Road acheot 5A5KAPnnN iCPt Dr. J. 

9tr«. Reader Mid construe . -uu,— 

tlen af the admlrusirailve unit , '**• 

and artiviry room (or Hooke aneora at the 

arhnat wmrM be precuaded «mh l'nt»ei M ty of todcarrhewan, 
**a« quickly as pdswiMe Mtd Tiuraday night peihap* 

Newlyalertad Iruateea (or onethird la onphAH af the 
Rrhool Diatrki C. Snake have Caod high i r heal etudents m 
been awarti in for the iww w>me part* af CanaAi never 
tena. The^ are DonaM R re«eh uniwraity because of 
Raberu. R J. Weir and Mra. Rnanrlal dHAcuitie* 
iMbeile Reader *In hafping atudrnts ta get 

Oetted eonuaittee chatmwn fa the uoiwrattv lar the first 


Kiis!«ia Harnesses Power 

Rukhlg haa ■ number of hydro-clpctrkr fUllona <tim- 
pletfd or ftarind within tha paat flva ycara. Ilerw 
U one of the ma)or pro)nrt5. the now Gumatxkaya 
•Utkin la the provlfiea of Gaorsid. 


GOES ON SALE 8 A.M. FRIDAY, SO HURRY! 
CAPITAL SUPPLY CO . 1814 IT8RI IT. . 8N8HI 


featu re 

EATON*S January 


^ Bargain Basement 


Continues Friday^ 


EifvWto Fur Jtcllth 

F nh itned f«r Ym 


Muskrat Back Jackets 


Another KATON*S Rad LaUpI special , • . elegant d>Vd 
muakret hack Jerkrta ao iofU « wotidrrfuJ for Myk and 
wnar Kull sleeve* and smart taperH ruff, f: *' iMck 
■nd Mnall roll collar ThU l* the Jacket you'U kyve more 
with e\t*p> wetrinc. Steg 10 to 70 . 

Bed Label .Mpe rta L each 


: ‘•'x'i 

J Miker’s Cleirance 
^ Vt Price 

^ Embossed 


Ordlnarfly 


BodfH PIm Tenaa Available IT Dealfvd 
BHk Na Dowa Pa> sweat 

RATO^rw— Purs. Heeund Ploar. Pbaste M tmi 


* Semi-Gloss and High-Gloss Enamel 
• Flat Wall • Latex Base 

Don't wait until Spring ... do your home painting now . . , 
during the winter month.s. By Spring your home will be 
sparkling and bright. And you may buy fine quality in- 
terior paint at a wonderfully low prk'e nou- at KATON'S. 
Diamond “E*’ White quu-k-drjing scmi-glosa. high-^oas 
mamel, Hat wall or latex base . , . available in gallons only. 


And still another of EATON’S ipecial* during the Bargain 
Baaement White Sale . . , fine, closely-tufted chenille 
spreads with assorted embossed designs in soft shades. 
These tetter quality spreads in full or twin bed sizes. 
Your choice of pink, blue, ycllou-. aqua, white, red, brouTi 
or hunter green. White Sale Special, each 


SpBciak 
pmr KBlIon 

KATOyW — PaMM %v«ag rtaar. Haua* PufaUhtfigv 


Tfca Smartest Men in Town Shop at [ATON*S 

Specially Priced 


Far RaggM Wur 

Horsehide 

Jackets 

At • wonderfully low Speda) Price 
. . . the roAt dehlgntd for the oiil- 
doora man. .Smart eoau of 
vnooth iKrwhlda come In two 
•tytei: patch pockeU, tab but* 
Iona and minted lining, or •Ingle- 
button etyle with rayon •atJn lln- 
kig. In green, brown or grey. 
SlM36to46. ^ ' 


Hm coat men prefer for year- round eamfort, warmth 
and^r . •mart car coaU from KATON’S. apodally 
priced, poliahed rottoo or wool car coats In a variety 
qC atylat . . . 

Siva and Fabrirs Available 


Aa yaw vWI tba vwHows 
departSMata tbrawcbawl 

KATON’S . , , wmtrh far the 
Red lAbela . . . they are 
yoar gwMea U extra a|M«ial 
•avlai^ dwrtag Jaawary. 


Special, each 


KATO\W~M«a*a W. 







EATON'S FRIDAY 


glf> UI9tl ®*' 

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1UD LABU 9AitS 

QtEATONS 


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forMore E ATO N'Shopping News 


A ghttpring array of glam- I 
oroua aci-essory jr^rllery I 
. . . all at half prior nr ' 
losa. Imitation atortr art* 
tings in lovriy rhinral nnr and 
aurora Imrralls for Aftrr-Klvr 
wrar. Yellow or White inotal 
settings. Krd l.ahr| S|irrlal, 
ea<*h 


j Fun to wear . . . novelt> jew- 
f eller>' including necklets, 
glamour pins, bracelets and 
earrings in single pieces or 
sets. Many colours including 
rhinestones, and aurora borrv 
alls In yellow and white metal. 
Red Label Special, each 


0\rf 7.INNI pl<N’«^ In rhiMiae from 


Dainty Feminine 


From Well-Kaowa 
Mmaufartnrer 


Tasty Dalifht 


Smooth Plano 


iJauoiWv AllMtfi* Iruni 
RofuUrly 4.V |wi ih H 

MMHiai M this opoclol 


t •« iK» w«r1i iNu^ Na 4 
r>)«iw »llh f r^i<lor n( 

nrw Movi. oSnul f Innf. g^OA 
W>tl baUmwl *^09 


A thrill for any woman ... to 
buy stunningly sheer nylons 
at such low. low prices! ^pu- 
lar shades, flattering weights 
• . . enticing prices! 


Sizt 10 Joans 


Wsikm'i SlMswur 

In ottronivo Oorol prtntoo 

mto Gowns oml pyjornos ho%» lone 

tloovoo. hlfft norklin# . . . 

Granny osylo Pont# I ^ mm 
•ho4o». in msM nwdiom M 

and Wroo I 

Y •t'UA SpnoSol. pMi. or I 

0044) * 


Seamless Hose 

Flattering mesh knit or plain 
stockings in 'Mirth*' shade 
only. 

400 needle, 15 A 

denier. Sizes m B M If 
atoll. Red m 

LabH Sale. ■ 

pair " 

Dress Sheers 

Full-fashioned hosiery in 51* 
gauge, 15-denier . . . Choose 
'•Captivating** or "Candy 
Spice.** Buy several pairs. 
Stock up for 

winter and ^ 

spnng. Sizes ■ M R 

Red Label . ■ 

Sale, pair ^0 ^0 


irw (wiMo tlfuroo. omorl hlarfe 
lonim »o«no wiih «Wto tipper button 
waut So mmfnrtnbi* f%l> 

Imi •■firt* t«t«4onlnt g 0 IlC 
T m't W Opo'bU. Sfl Sfl 


For Bottor Toa 

r«M tbr moot dobrtB M i too . . . popu- 
Ur Rrnwn nrrty loopoio rmm Knf- 
Untf *!**• Buy #%|i 

nairo* oi fhio low 9- U* 


Join thr tooblowwbw ond <1iurMo 
omnrt 54" rbotfe myon tihric ter 
droatoo. oklrta. ooita. ^ rh 

Lovoly offort of brvohod ^ 09 

ItnWi looko llko %oooi I 

Y •‘nock HpwrSU. prr yd | 

SATONW— Tbird Ploor 


Ordinary 
! Price 

OriiMrily 

IJ6 


For e%eryday wear . . . full- 
fashioned h<^er>'. 45-gauge, 
30-denier in "Captivating** 
and "Spice** shad^ Sizes 

Red Label KT ■ iC 

Du 


Sfaeial PirabaM Uncaria 

Brought to you at bis aavinss during 
KATON'S Rrd LabrI Sale — Made by a 
leiMlins manurariiirer. 


gra«f I— iylM Trtoaf ^aaftos 

fnm-y nlyUo In Uvrl-. Un trk^i ^ 
WaffwUrtnl aolo4*1M>n of tsihitti In 
■mall, rrwdlum and UrtA airr* I 

Ordinortty t a* and Ul Sad ImM I 
aparOol. poll 

IrMf t— TaNm4 SHgi 

Aaoroc* oad Toll 

Dotnty nylon ttn^ ait|w m popular 
talUr^ atyU with fittod lHiat1o>a 
ond otroiilil rut akliia Sura 34 to 
43 cnlUpti\olv. In pink or kUf^i M 

Ontlnortly 4JW. Bad l>obH dpwtol. ^ 

Mrh 

CrMig I — FaiKf $H^ 

Of nylon tiVnf wiiH doinl> :;>lnn 
lot-o oml not trim. AAoortort rrOimTa 0A 
In aim XV H> 43 roiUrtfvnl> Ibrdiii *J 


Attractive and flattering 60- 
guage 15-denier dress sheer 
nylons w* i t h dark seems. 
Shades "Charm" and 
"Uvely." 

SizesS’ttoll. £ MI C 

Red Label # ^4 

Hale, pair | ^0 

KATONW-HoUary. Woln Ploor. 

Pboo# r.V 1YI4I 


Spadtl Pirebm •! 

Fully Fashioned ‘Orion Sweaters 

Here la your opportunity to aave • ^ the ordinary pHc* of theat 

lovely hilly fmahkaied Orion aweateni . . . you'll 

rind a wonderful aanorlmdtit of mlraini and 

dxea in no^lty dretamaker and rlaudc style*. JH m gB 

Long-aleewd cardigana and ahort-«ieeved pull- MM M 

>vera included In this i^-price group. Colourt MM M 

Include brown, hhie, re«t beige, yellow. pIMf. M I 9 ■ 

orange ice, apricol. white and btarfc. Sixes 34 

lo 40 in the group. 

Red l^bel Hale, ea<*h H 

• 9A9ha ^^^9 

r«T<IW» - Il»wl rW. FImw BT t TUI 


IM LaM SfMW— IMik 


Snw 4— lylM SSyi 

Of lovoly nylon trtm4 with pmiiy 
nykm Imp «nd net trim on nodkv 
and Iwm. Slaeo M bo 43 raUeratvety 
la oooortod cokMir* OrdtearBy AJS 
awd YJa Bod l.aM *p>rtol. eorh 

|ao« NlwoteabodI 

firMg I— iylM Rmim 

Pretty fulllonfth nvion iTimt 
ulU) nyVm loro and not trtm SUe* 
Yl to SI In Mack onf> Ordloarlty 


^ VHh Woatberpfwof Vkayl Cevefs 

Choose one of ihme gay vinyl covered umbrellas 
with UVkfurdv metaJ riba and various shaped 
plaalU* Kandlea. Light grounda ^ AA 

with red, yellow, green or bhie MM 

deaigns. ■ W W 

Red l,aWI Spectoi. oarh I 

BATOMA— Main Ploor. Pbaao gV t Y14I 


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CLASSIFIED 


No. 2^I01 m year 


VKTORU. BRITISH COllMRIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1959 


SECOND NEWS SECTION 












Everybody Has Own Op 


inion on National Flag for Canada 

Rruign «ilh maplf tH in on^com^i* what Ji d the M folv^«r and a 

lonc-tima lotgrr E. S. Haydm wtwM lika to Oiman-bom flahrnnan Henry Bartci 

waMmr •*! cn-er ('anada Loahnc dnce J«W. Mr naw veteran and 30-vear riltnm -I f 
Hayden, 1518 Myrtle, came to Canada from Finland )eaf,“ he «ay« "We ran rtlU he loyal 

in 19^. monweaith and hav* mir nwn ** 


Everybody ■een u to have own opinion about 
national Hac for Canada and Punlab-bom Sundher 
Mrmal. a fork-Mft operator, saya. "I certainly think 
we should have our own flag^tha Red Ensen 
should be made ofneial.** 


Oiange of flags is alao sought hy nineleen-year-otd 
shipbuilder Jim AnfieM. i think we should have 
our own flag and I would like to see each pmsinre 
repre*mted on It, loo/* he told The Dally Colonist. 


CommUtve Fnmn$ on Plan 
To Honor All Ex-.Hayorg 

Huu;e«li4Mi that afl liviag fmwr auiyars af 
Vktoria. atm sad la fatare. ihaiild be amde freeasea 
at the Hly failed to wia favor fraoi rhy roaaHI 
flaaare rtNamittee yesterday . 

The stigge«tiao was auule by R. B. Mhaw. 

*‘l thiak 11 acmld be a Mistake to OMka it e«l 
aad dried or automalle," mid AM. Aasthi Cartts. **1 
don’t thiak every mayor shotsM be a fresmaa. or 
every llettteaaal-goveraor or goveraor-geaeraL** 


Premier Declares 


Premier Bennett nid yesterday he defi- 
nitely has no thought of an election In 1959. 
He refused to say whether an election would be 
called in 1960 or 1961. 

“-nwre is not gotn* lo to s fH*f«hUnd Oevekipment. 

h# tsW 

"T'.’"*' *•' 8™«-" 

But I sm not «syint whether aMftton w<hiM ls»t etfht 

II will s» • (Our >eor «t five wrrk* with ito ueuol number 
y««/ eWetkKi ** •iiting* 

niBM YKAtm MM m rwH-m 

rhs Sorre<t> fOiunw*1 In ‘The nlfflt cltllngt ati»u fhe 

mwee Itooe ve.n sg.. ^ ’'T*' 

__ . “ , sntJ •e# Ihrir provlnHsl portls- 

The|wrt»e.wh«err|.,m^.t mem in wssmn ' he ».M, 

ng 1 % eteeiion ihu >e«r ais prrtinetl ihsi the budget 
•*l trying to bnUier enUma anuM be bmughi down Feb «. 
• •- wHhtn itoif rsnbt. Mr rh» would not rom- 

lenneii rbarged ment on the rnnienu of the 

He ws« in s bspp> (mnr uf Throne «peet'h whkh will bo 


Gaglardi 

Rides 

Again 


N^lra Fans Merger Emhera 


YttCbwwvr snittoer <Tsrfsn1t 
whose llren.-o a»« «>i«prfided 
W three months when he 
was lonvk'ted on » speeding 
ehsffe a month ag>i «Ui gei 
hi* driving bi'enra hark index 
rV motet vehirles branrh 
Mid yewerdsv thsi Mi. c;sg 
laidj bad spiieoled the *«••• 
pension to Magistrate A t. 

'TTioift** whn referred fhe 
request tn fhe m*»tnr vehlriee 
hrsrvrh. wbirti reduced ihe stta> 
pension to one month 

.-Superintendent George Und 
My Mid. -We followed the 
uaual procedure In maUets of 
thla kind and wa (eaf that the 
srtloa we have Uken la )oat 
and la bne with aimUsr cwaea ** 

(nghleen mnniha ago Mr. 

(toglsrdl reeetved a wne-montb 
•uapeneioo from Ihe eduratton 
pimmlttee of MVB after tsro 
speeding ennvltiions in ona 
nf which If was allaged ha 

tisvelled an milea an hour ihe enuth would like In stop the 


-pa>ei« paribulart) shinitd 
do come thinking in the light 
of Ihe proposed HUIsute Shel- 
boume sJw>pp(r>g reniie In Vi’ 
torta 

**N'm «M>e square font of It 
, will be wHhtn our munki* 
pality Why ts this**’ ha ashed. 
M AHSJ> BV TAXBi 
I **Berati«e hustneoa inmators 
are uitdoubtedl^ frightened 
! away from Saanich by the 
threat of ahv^lgh tajces.” 
Coua NeUea said In anawerlng 
hla own question 

‘'Mator inv» re will keep 
nut of ‘ieeriM i. until we be 
csNne imiated enough wit! 
raptdh i'-owini tascs tn fc<' 
an en*t m if.- f.mktng ba«k 
waid« 

^ If h. brumes 

a part of i;i.-ster Vict«»ria. « 
not before" he said. "Ihen we 
ran hope for Urge rommemal 
investment In mir area and 
some help wilh our tavea 
4TIM> t;ROWTN 

**t appeal now to all ole* 
thinking taxpa>era to resolve 
that ihta Intolerable domina 
tion by a wrtMig beaded minni ■ . 
Ily ahall nat be anow-wi in| 
allfie .Haanh-ha growth, arufj 
Ihe growth of a leal Greater i 


These ytiunfsteni at James Bay 
KleiTHdiiary School didn’t give any 
opinions on choice of flags but they 
en)o\’ n»henrsing for scho«)l’s third 
annual Spnng Lawn Festival. Like 


many B.C. arhoda. weekly homage is 
paid flag at James Ray — puptU stand 
at attention before flag and aing 
naUona) anthem.~(Colomst phutvai > 


(Canada's National Flae? 


R. D. MILTON SMITH 


iT»e mayor and aldermen Saanich. ■ proponent of Ihe 
yeaierday had a look at Ihe pUn. mM Uter H would be a 
pUn a a«*rei .hared by imly pity if the pUn were not 
» other* Rui even before aee adopted. But ha agreed lhai 
Ing II. Mayor Perry Scurrah ihe lyatam of repreaenlalton 
•aid he peiwonaily wmiM ok an the board under exiattnf 
| 06 t to adnpting li He *aM ton legtaUilofi couM aland a naw 
lhai ba Iheughi iwo other look. 

Greater Vtetorla municipal- The pUn haa been preporwri 
ilie. would reject It h, ,he board and Ita technical 

Hla reaann. he Irtdlcaied waa *i*ff nver aeversl years and 
hoi mmvected wlih (be con w«. «t fttat wdveduied in he 

presented to the munirtpal 
rounrtU aa • Chrlatmaa gift 
for 1IS7 

A first aeriion dealing wlih 
the present snd fnrersti sltttS' 
lion M the cwpttsi region was 


Union Jack, Red Ensign 
Or Brand New Design? 


Passing 


Others (’jin Use 
Sjwre Tickets 
For l.cctnre 

MsitrW fireen. preUdewt 
of Vtrtorlo Rotary. Issoed an 
sppral yetoerdsy lo any per- 
sona who naay nnd M Impos 


R. n. Hlhnn SsnlRi seUetlng a 

bonk frvm the ahelve* nf hla 
bonkatene nn Ftot StrsaL tA 
former Mbierlan. he owked In 
Torontu's public Ubrarles He 
haa been In buaines* here for 
thrar :ear*. He arwt hi* wtfs. 
Anar, have he family, "eiropl 
■ mrgi by the name ol "Brow 
•er Mr. Smith’* hobbies art 
rea<::ng and wiilingl . . Bob 
Adrian hustling a c T o ds Dong* 
la« street at Yatea . Onaw 
ArwflM admiring Ihe front of 


munli^a MonffN ial emblem niKaide depending nn the aim 
Bui B.C. w honlrhUdren. of Ihe acting or Ihe weather. 
a<c*hdlng to regulstlona, are .Home parema and grotipa 
required in salute the Union are opposed lo the flag --re- 
Jack ome a week, though Ihe mnnv. ihe arhonl dtaiiict offl- 
praciice Isn’t hdlowed in ail cia) .aid 
achnnia Two sorla in pailkuisr 

•H't one way of having f wont name them have 
royalty rerugniaed and la iol naked that ihHr chlkben be 
lowad quite generaUy In our i encuaed.” he said. -And we 
ochnote.- aays John Gough. I allow that, 
superintendent of tho Grenlar ' Pnrtnls wMiaa ate taken 
ViNorU ScBoot DMtrYrt. into consideration, and the 

-Reguiationa require all regulatlona atimv fnr evemp- 
pupila to amemble In front of lion from Bag ohaervsneo 
Ihe flag once a week and Just as they do trocn BIMe 
solute It while stnging Ihe reodmg* 
national anihem tiod Save "After ail ” said Mr. Gi»ugh. 
Ihe Queen" be aald A 'Wre not in the age of the 
’ ■ itute" In thla •-a*e means Puritans" 
ftsndlng to sttenibif* A flag committee appointed 

•The ftog It uauoliy the by fhe late iJberal govern 
t^nlon Jack . . . but It <«>uld ment nairowed Ita rhoice of 
he a picture of the flag or a hundreds down lo iwn the 
photograph of the Qtmen ' Rod Enalm and the Sntib' 
The flag observance ron favorite <a green maple leaf 
lake place m aorh rlasomom an a held of r«d tor Britain 
ne with the wiioto priMoi and wMla lae Fronooi. 


same as sidrtry. Onfrsl 
Saanich. Saanich. Oak Bay. printed bi late aprtng~ of IMS. 
Ylaqtilmalt and the provincial and the plan for the future 
government. was promised for -Im- 

THO-TRIRn VOTK ' mediately after Labor Day.” 

If the plan Id adopted by a *T‘ 

two-thlrdo vote of these board delayed lla compW- 

memhtrs. lha munlclpaUtiea tocently. 

win to barred from making PRRARYfT IDRA 
mini change* In conflict wHh Present idea M to let the 
it eacept wtth Ihe board*a member councils see H prt- 
Conaant. votety. then pubftth it Saan- 

*Wc augbl lo he extremely kh rouncU aaw tt first; now 
careful in dealing with Ibis VIrtona's council as weB as 
pUft. Ihe mayor told rjiy the .Aoankh eounclliort. the 
^octl finanre romtnmee board and ita techmcaj stafr 
'joc* we adopt the plan we and advisers are "In on' lha 
aie In iherr Mb# board'd secret. 

Although few details of the 
The laprsosnlatlvea of the irwater plan rerommendat torsi 
outside muntrtpohtles. he uM. have leaked oot. it Is reputed 
dktsie to to to nevtW*. and written in 

lUove George Chatterton of Brood terms. 


poring for -mountalna** of 
paperwork. 

BXTRA BEATB 

Cstra aeols have been placed 
in the leciatativa chambers 
to sreammodate the special 
gueata at the House opening, 
and the Speaker's snd eahtnel 
mlnlslers’ office* hive been 
busy sirsnglng •pedal guest 
lUt*. 

CaMnet has been toaleged 
by delegstion* eudsovwring lo 
gri their briefs heord In time 
so that the kflslature may ad 
this sesoioB on the propoaals 
contained in them. 


Ih* loho Monolog tertore In 
(toMmI tontor MIgh MmoI 
t a o l gk t, to return Rwun. 
The leeiore Wcketo weeo 
snapped op wheo 
offered Muoday. lo view of 
•he heeo de m aoA Mr. Greeo 
f eqoe*ied lhai people who 
fWoMoY oae the Ik kela rw- 
loro Iheni IhU mnroiog le 
Keoi’a, Roloo’t or the %lo- 
toria Plena nfflee*. 

!.^nre ■Soria o4 • pjw„ 
wMb o moiti w l toieehidr prw 
redlog. 


bia store 


By a 1*1 voie. finance cn«n- 
ns H We dei’Idpd yealerdov to 
reraw wo rod to rily reoorfl 
Ihof H reoletol log days tlMa 
year to Ihuae In smI of Ihe 
huapOol* and 'he ItenMUn- 
hraoee Hay Awaorlotioo 
This oraa roonrU’a polk y 
for a Urn*, bwi last year a 
dateo bag daya wore allowed. 
Mayor Parry tour rah *aU 


on his wsy to s moeting of 
the Virtnrts Building tnd^ 
tries Cschange Dorlssw 

Olaosi looking to< an apart- 
ment f-hock Nael>ood 

ciimpjalnlng about wdf fool . .. 
4tm WaMoo polishing hki 
movie camera after a doustng 
. . Bob lahoiia o s wrapping 
up s pound of coffse snd talk- 
ing about his new tiallan aof* 
(ee maker . Damdl Watosr 
talking ahmit hnrtos Hvo. 
ftoool* Whektoo waiting for 






HE SWEATER SHOP 

to bu^ swiiicrs 


THE SWEATER SHOP 

place to buy sweaters 

f***»f~'* Wwrfc ln<m y.fnpr» »* — WB 




it Btlllt CoImM VkHrk. *x. Pit, Jh. U. IKt 


ERSONAL 

j^/JENTION 


By Ann Landers 


Linda DUnc and Dvuflaca Raymond w«rt ih» nnnMM 
given to Ihe rhMren of L«AC and Mr*. Ray napharo. of 
Courtenay BC. at a thrtatenmg cervnwmy Sunday atterfWHm 
at St. Mar/a Church. Matchuaw. arlih tha Rev. Ur. A. Aahiey 
oUlctattng. Tha gadpaianu ware Mra L. Poltar, Prederlrii 
L*mb and Rtchard Ctapham for DougUaa and Mrs. P. CochrtU. 
Barbara Claphain and Kenneth Clapham for Unda. Following 
the aarvtoa a email recaption was haki for /rtends and rala 
lives al tha Noma of tha paternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs. 


Clearance Sale 


Oaer Ann lAndara. You help In (ha same apartment build- 
ao many p aopM. maybe 1 can ing, I dmldad lo run oat apm 
batp yeu. Z want to provUM an ' dal marhina Juat for her The 


waa propaaad by the Rev H. M. Bolton. 

a a • 

Mr and Mm Thomaa C. Plynn wtU be at home at 1174 
Chapman Street to fiienda and nelghbora on Monday trom X30 
to g pm. and 7 to f JO pm. 

e e * 

Mr. and Mm. A. G. Hunt. Royal Celt, announte tha an 
gagensani of thair only daughter. Pnincea Laicy. to Mr 
AmoM Marvin Giancroaa. aen of Mr and Mra. E. GlancrotA. 
S27 Satklrh Street, and Edmonton. Aha. Tha wadding will 
laka pla c e on Pdday. Jan. 30 at g p.n m St. John's Anglloin 
Church with Canon Gaerga Biddle otnclatlng. 


band's navy blue aocfc. Tliat 
did IL- LAST LAliGH 


nalgbbor every wash day 1 
refer to tha woman who oomaa 
over tha minute the machine 
goaa on and aaks If she can 
**put In a few things ** 

I* had thla aama problem a 
few years boek and thla la 
how I aolvod It. Mayba ft will 
work for her. too. After alnioot 
ala montha of washing odds 
uM ends for a past who Dvod 


Or Salt Ttdty 

OPEN TONiGirr Tnx t PJf. 


Dear L.L.. Many thanks for 
your letter. I'm printing your 
suggaatloii with a footnote to 
my reodara that It la puroly 
informational- I'm not andoro- 
tng tt Anyono who wishaa to 
Iry (hid. dooa ao at her oom 
risk ANN LANDERS 


All mI« mprrhBMilap from oar Chlnm and 
CrystAl Dopartroents, Inrludiiig fine crys- 
tal, art glaM potter>', fii^Hnes, decnntera, 
vases a^ many other items — half regular 
price. 


/ Selfish? 


A daughter. Sharon Marla, was horn tormtly to CpL and 
Mm. Ronald Dovtd Martin, of Vlrtarte. at lha RCArs No. 3 
Fighter Wtatg hcwpital la ZwatWuckan. Germany. Air DIvtakm 
Headquarters. Cpl. Marlin aervos aa Inatrument tedmldan al 
No. 3 Fighter lAIng He )olned tha RCAP In January. 1163. 
and has Hban In Europe with the Air Forre tnr two and a half 
yean i-'- ^ ' i 


with tha childran or alee I 
have to take (ham with me. 
Am 1 wrong to think she's 
taking advantage of us? What 
do you auggaat? MRS. C. 


Door Ann: Am 1 teUlsh? My 
mother lit law M a widow 70 
years old She Uvoa throe 
blocks tiran us but she's afntld 
ta stay aktna st night. My buo 
mand picks her up after 
every day (about 4.l5i and 
she has dinnor with ua and 
sleeps ever. She aata breakfast 
with ua and my husband Ukea 
her home on hla way to work 
la the morning 

Thla la what boma me up. 
Whenever we go aut for tha 
evening tha .^arkC* u* (he 
same rates that we would have 
to pay a siiter Our cklMron 
are 3. g ami 4 

Her Income It amsll but 
she • not deatirijta She la gel 
ting WKirae about -rating nn 
pav for every single move 
y> ( en I go shopping la the 
• frerooofl If sha t to) lha houao 
she must be paid for Maytag 


8 PECIAL TABUS OF RUGHTl.Y DAMAGED 
CHLNA AND CKY 8 TAI. 

it far itM thiR NrH Met 


ror Lvfning and travel 

Introduced in N«w York thia week are theoe 
coatumea for evening and travel tee«r. (Mgned by 
Adele Simpaon. it an evening nutflt ^ beige 
warp printed UffeU coat and matching dreaa. 
Right It ■ travel enaembie conaitting of g brown 
and beige heningboiw print Mlk drea and bamboo 
)eraei coat lined to inai^:'-tAP Photofax.) 


Legion LA 
Installs 
Mrs. Glorer 

New praohlant of tha LA lo 
Branch No. 173 Canadian 
Legion la Mm M Glover 
rerenlly msialM al I He 
Legion Hall by ImmedMte post 
provincial prooldent. Mrs. S 
McDonald 

TDe follow mg officers t*a»e 
also Inetollad Mrs T IVrrl 
vaL secretary: Mrs A Sadler, 
oeasurer' Mrs Lambert 
first vice-president; Mm J. 

second vice oresidmt 
and Mrs H Murray 'Mr* M 
aimpoon. Mrs. R. Whitworth. 
Mia. C. Hamilton. Mrs. L 
PtUllpo 


Door Mra. C: Wake up and 
•mall lha coffee. If your 
mother • In ■ law la spending 


ALL AAUEA FINAL — We regret that for thM asla there 
will be no esrhanga* or refunds, and we will be unabW 
so s u ppl y gilt bout. No tolephona o j d Hi. pleats 


Wxu^ws you 
Will Ilka this 
repeat offer 
of s wonder 
tul spacIsL 


cause she's afraid to stay skmr 
In hero, than aha should pay 
your children tor sitting with 
HER' 

Tell her If she’s tnieresied ir> 
earning money as a siMar in 
tone up anma )oba with other 
families And ynu dinuM And 
a sitter In your ^^ighbortiood 
who is not s reisttw It wsa s 
misiake in have heoome com 
marrIeUy involved woth your 
mothei In law at tha autaei 
Unwind this peculiar arrange 


Rich with 
butler and 
loeded wm.. 
pearu's I 
SrBfTAL 


VANCOU\'ER 'CP* Pun 
ishmeni of a student nuroo 
rr ifht necking In a cor bea 
led thrwai* of a •ink# by 
Wi student nurae* at Vancob 
ver Generof HoapliaL 
After two mass meeting*, 
Ihe siudenta said yesterday 
they will strike If not given 
•nme say In future dlaclpllnary 
action They want repraaenU- 


(inn on all hoapHal bedle* rnn 
tioUiAg thetr smrk and con- 
duct 

Hnapttal officials said tha 


Almost Ashnnied 


has hoan seued r,r, by elemenu 
within the Mudsnl body svho 
wront tha rhangeo. liwy sold 
tha girl harwaif hod ne« ob 
)er«ad to tha puniahment of 
two wooka' suopsnMrm from 

■tttdlSO. 


Stevenson s 

MOMADK IN(MOlJ4TRh 
'WW o TSm OmS CUnSt 


parwr and soy "Yosi will And 
thla very loierefllng ' Wh*" 
you are ready to trade ser 
Her.- My “Oh. you Mr5rT read 
this'* Stonpla? 


PtONBRB BOITR 
Lobs Champlain an the Qua 
bar^UA border waa a main 
waiar route ta plonaar days 


iarphn ftalRfR — O rcr a YRir af Oar Aaaaal 


1,800 Visits Made 
In Busy December 

nw board of director* for, Elderly patlanu racaivad • 
} Vietoiian Order of Nuroeo, surpruw trom tha Chnstmaa 
s held remntly in Rpeocer bovao provided by the Aus 
kiae. Sew m e m ber* wel Illary ta lha VON. They con- 
ned at the meeting were tain^ golly wrapped parcola 
*. A. M OawaM and Mr. with sperlal Chiiatmaa treat*, 
tatey H J b>lllher On Chrutmaa Cea erven 

Kmw Dlaabath RKkWIt die pretty corooga* af camatwna 
A director, reported Docetn- and baathar wwra given to 
■ had been a busy month eldeat pstienu 
rb tJm vtMts made by Iba Mr* E P. Cl tlm pls w«s ap> 
rMw Savorol mlla had beew polniad diakman of tha nam- 


CnnAdentlal To Tired W\tf 
Tnu should have signed you> 
satf Just ’TIRED' You are 
no* much of a wtta Go with 
your husband lo a dn>"-r --f 
a maniaga counselor and dis 
cuaa the problem frankly 
before you find your hustutn.l 
it talktng things over with a 
law>er 

CWtMtal iMS MsM liw 


TANG’S 

JANUARY 

CLEARANCE 


LADIU' SWUTUS 

Pure Wool Pullover*. 


Shetland Cardlgars 


R\ Kitten, Jantaan, Lady Anne. Sires 

lA to 40 tCk* 

Rag DM to SAM. I to 9 


Pure Pullovers. 

Reg tsn 
Cashmere Pullovers. 
Special 


iOYS’ WINTER JACKETS 

*iaes 4 ta lA Regular lo p| 

llrtgS kAU: from 1 


tacts af marlet fever poftanio. of Miaa Jean McDnogalJ. Mr* 
Some eMarly patlani* BtAng AMs Clltaapie. Mr*. D. J 
•lone have required daily vMta Ltwoon and Mra S. D. Mark 
fal lowing attacks of toifluenaa. ham. 


Quilled linings .>j 
lar mm lo mm. 
%AtX PRICE 


K'ldeon'* Bit RUMket Ckr Costa far 

hidlo«. men aod rhlllhen 

C*hiMren s VlyyUa Tartan Sktrt*. ftnto 


lays' aad lirts* S*Pca. Sth 

Sires I to 4* Reg tQPI GIC** 

ularCICMto|34» 9 to 19 


ladiaa' Imported Fancy Boucla 
Sweater*. 


filRLS' COATS 

Slsas 7 to U Regular gltJS lo S34J6 


ta Mtad Be RoM Bo BCacR t> 

Ndw m 4 Idve 

MA mrn4 AUver Evotaag Aon- 
dais, small and large sue*. 
Value* to no (10 

SALT PKICT 




MM IMM OLAB ATBIOET 


Opra tin f p.m. FrMay 

riwme 4-1111 


Store Howm: RJB *.m. ta 2LM p.m. 
Wett to eadby till IS BnotiL 


Maes al Alipper* aad 

gs. > slurs M on. 

BALT PRICE 


There's i Lot of Living in this Beautiful 

it CllmlfiatBB clifttBr of choirs ■ gt X.^ 

* *• i Jf^CHtN 

it ftnapeon Inatollation £22^ | ' - 


Grotop of PoBMs* votaea la 
M.M. tfl^ heeia and flats m 
the gtoup KAU: PRICE 


THE COMPLETE 5ET 


• 11.M Valvaa for 
(!roup of Mwart Pwmi 
Rprtnf Ol^tnra la hig! 
snd illuafon heels Vs 
tlLOa SALK PRICK 


Knioy the cnmfnrt and convenlancs of this colorful tophnlstered klirhen nook with 
deep Hiring seats and tweed like ela^t;, backed. wa*hahle vinyl covering. A 
wonderful comar for the cblldien to work as well as dining 

Ht>1ad In the contemporary manner with aalin black wrought tmn legs acrented 
with gleaming brass, ir.siafled In minutes ... MR out for cleaning and daooraUng. 


SPECIAL QAOUP 

■ fijtaar lo M4JA 
Now Funher Radurod to 


|tl.M Atyle Ahneo for MJS Group of Pumps Slln> 
Hl^ Heels and r huada and Patent tA< 
tether Values to flSOA M 

SALK PRICE W 


Open o i*«a Bw raa Bevolvtng C'rsdM AeeoonI 


• Piefw KHehew AoHea Red 

and white Moe and white 
black and white Meav^- 
rhroma Rniah fUla, aaly 


Vanity Slipper Shoj. 


Mclennan, mcfeely & prior ltd 


III I DAtGIJm BTRKKT 


FMONE B\ i-UU 






^ 11^1^ Ol 


•ufHtMk iftf^rvnotRM 

>Y<mi hnow e«o^ wiial y94 oft 


ftrilq CaTmilat VkMd.. 1 C. M, Jm. U. I(M 17 


New Wheel Chairs ^ J^»‘ous lawy, 

^ ^ Zl lUt'M-Mwi*ii puUrr. ««r«f. tlui a I 

■•m«l JattcnmI mardrird Un rival aaly iNwmi 

rWi B ^ I 1 irakMMy for the wocnaa tliry boCIi laved. WIm 

I fk KA f^t*A17iri Arl jareeod toiA kte Kiri la tlM* tiMatre. In* boask 

i vf U 9 %^ 1 J_ \ JUXCwJ. aobody could lU Haae eaoa 


Thna fnudrrn (ubular wberi mmn on Jan. 21 at « jun. at D*an fkian WKlllow conduct 
laira will be purohaaMl lor tha home of Mt and Mm in< the buaincm and Inatalilni 


the emerg«ar>' aiitniiUng of- Andy 


the new offlcera lor IBM. Re- 


ScunM^ 

January Clearance 

CONTINUES 

With BIQ R«ductlOfis In 
All D«|NirtmMts! 


announced recently by (hr 
Junior Auxiliary 

Plana tor a laahUM abowlng 
were made for March Ul In the 
numea' home under tha dtroo 
tion of Mra. C PouwU. 

Nomination waa made for 
ntw ofllorm to bo inatalled at 
the annual Auxiliary meeting 
Frb. a at 2J0 p.m. 


tor the ChuiTh and Cathedral 
was very aucceeaful. The new 
oflkwra ant Mra. R. Weteler. 
prealdrtt: Mra. M Raynor, 
first >ice praildent; Mra. J. A. 
CoUcrelL eerond vice • preal- 
dent; Mra. A. Buahby. treas- 
urer; Mlaa F. Watheraton. aec 
rvtary; Mra. C & Gonaoaon 
and Mrs. J. Stewart. 


Desert Party 

Mrs. Graham Odgera will be 
the speaker at a mensberahip 
desaert party at the YWCA at 
T p4&. on Jab. 2t Mm Odgera 
has raeantly returned Iron a 
trip to Russia 


tODE Meeting 

The Ploiwnce Nlghtlngalt 
Chapter, lOOE. wlU hold Its 
annual meeting on Monday. 
Febi 9 at the PacUlc Qub. The 
meeting anil be pretwded by 
a luncheon at 1130 p m. 


- lODE Katiy 

Munlrtpal (Ampler, lOOC 
will meet at headquarters. 605 
Courtney Street on Monday. 
Jan. 19 at I p.m. 


VeteranM 

At a special meeting of the 
executtve eommittae ol the 
Lndiea' Auxiliary. Amy. Navy 
and Air Force Veterans No. ti 
the loUowlng committee was 
turned by the proeldent. Mrs. 
M. Huret 

Tlwy are Mm S Tahcntney. 
Mrs. M. Burgeaa, Mm S. 
PaveL Mm C. Paktmer. Mrs 
A. Browne. Mm M. Betuteil. 
Mrs. P. DickN. Mm A 
Browne. Mm M. Bennett, and 
Mm M. Hurst. 


Crefiit I 'nion 
Langwoul Credit Unkm will 


4»uUd 

The Mens Guild ol St. 
Mary'a Church. Oak Boy. will 
meet In the parish haO. Yale 
Street, on Jan. 22 at 8 p40. 
Guest speaker, Mr. J. HopUn- 
son. wUl reiate hie expeiiaqoee 
when he was adviser on ac* 
countancy tor the Ethiopian 
Governme n t. 


WrrkV Srwinje Buy 


Beautiful (]ake for ?iondfrful Day 

TTie beautiful, three>tiered cake for on retiring front thrir farm near 

Mr. and Mra. Frank Thew's golden Dnimhetler, Alberta. Their aon. 

wedding anniveraary on Thuraday Harold Th^. operate* the Alberta 

waa made by the bride of 50 years farm and their daughter, Mra. G. 

ago. Mr*, ft H. Crocknit, a neighbor Nickle Uvea in Calgary*. Th» anniver- 

of the Thetsw. was responsible -for sary party was held at thrir baine. 

lovely Idnc decoration. Mr. and Mra. 'J23R Epworth. — (Colonist photo. | 

Thew came (o Victoria 12 yean ago 


Centenniai fP.4 

Centennial United Church 
WA'a Brat acttvtty ef the new 
year was a pot-luck lunc h eun 
wtth W m embers attending. 
Special guests were tbe Rev. 
and Mra Douglas Carr and 
Mr. and Mra. Howard John- 
alone. 

During the bu sl neos part <»f 
tlw meettftg. treasurer Mm G. 

9100 In the WA treasury 
alter all obiigatlon* had been 
met. AS church Itema ol 
inteiwat wlS be glwi ta the 
praaMent. Mm J. Sneddon to 
contribute to the new church 
paper edited by the Couplea* 
Club. The WA has rwolIHUted 
with the RC Protestant 
Orphanage and Local Council 
ol Women. 


Heodhunterg 

** Among the H eodhuntem of 
Borneo* will be the topic ol 
Mr. Guy AntokTs sdiiase to 
the Women's «>r titan Club la 
the Empft>«o Hotel on Mdhday 
at 2J0 pjn. 

Mr. Arnold waa leader ol an 
Oxford Univeratty rxpedUioa 
and hla Ulk wtU be ISustmtad 
with alidra taken In .Sarawak 
and Bomea 


Dreamln" Up Viardrobes 


SWEATERS 

Including a Big Group of Imported Italian Fur BleiuM 

Vi off ! 

Also Hkhrta, Sranres, Olovm, Blouses 
ri'BTHER RElMtCCD TO CLKAK 


London ’s Busiest Man 
Is Royal Dressmaker 


50 and Up 

Members and Irienda ol ttw 
Longtonl 50 and 17p Club, 
meeting Jan 21 at 2 |Pta. fat 
(he Club's new hall on Sun- 
derland Avenue oil Peelf 
Road, ara asked to hrtng a 
cup, saucer and spoon. 


I«T TIBR lARUmS N k lODSCT 

Fay as UMe as » MooiWy. taring 
hnmaw RoiWIiHr Bodges PMo 


LaNOUN (UPIl Koyal about U the one Queen niaa But everything iUrtnrU de- 
dieMvnafcer Norman Hartnell, beth II will teke when she ktgns for the royal oomen. 
Is (he busts*! man In Lsmdon gne* to Canada in Jurte to 
today dreaming up wardrotwe open the great St Law rente 
for the ro>al family that will Seaway. 

combine elegance with e(l ^ „ 

working on will he new 
The record number of miles mwlels. Some are onw that 
members ef the royal tamUy have bsen worn before but wUl 
wUl travel glube-lrotllng (hM be remodelled to appear again 
year haa left the royal women For there la piecaous little 
with some worrying wardrobe extravagaiKe In royal dress 
problems. budgets at any time. 

The Queen Mother already Anything that can be turned 
Is thinking about clothes for over to serve again bIways 
her trip to East Alrica next gets a fresh lease to sa\e ex- 
■walh. , pmae 

_ 'Th e IH iabe w ad K«m aiM i Even Uw superbly dmesUd 
Pilhcess Alexandra wtfl rw ' evening gowns are carefully 
quire otttBu ol every kind for stripped of thetr rich embroi 
their extensive air tour to defies before bHng cast off 

Mexteo. Central America and 

Brazil a lew weeks Imm rtow Jewel beads turn up later as weighiad 
The most Important ward- decorating on equally superb embartassmeni 
robe Hannetl haa to worry but mote fashionable gowns. Maytime 
~ “ bre»*4e 

T T 11 colors how lo the royal 


w hether new or Just revamped, 
haa to follow peculiar rales of 
rtiquelte. 

Often etiquette rowMw before 
elegsnce. 

Even If a royal lady would 
look wonderful In a wide- 
brimmed hat she ha* lo wear 
an oll theface model to that 
the (Tcnvd can always aee aa 
much of her features as pM 
sible 

Hsr skirts muai be #u|. 
flriently tong and lull to enohw 
her to get gracefully In and 
out of can and up and down 
tfaini without showing ton 
much knee or an awkward 
“Une’* In the rear. 

The sequins, diamente and royal hems are UHially 

-- J ao there ran he no' 

In a merry 
or any other —I 


Mom keeps l.ist 
Of Her (liildren 

JACK5ION. Miaa. (UPl) — 
Just tn be sore, Mra. Rubel 
Burkwon keeps a Bat of (ha 
names and binh dates of her 
children, there bring 20 of 
them. 

*1t'a hard to keep them 
airsight.* aha expMinsd yaa t er- 
day at a kscnl hasphsl.' whaea 


i)r, JoneB 

The f>r. O. M. Jones Chap- 
ter. loon wUl hoM Its an- 
nual meeting at the home of 
Mrs. WUIIam EIHa. 1456 Beach 
Drive on FH». 10. 


7 t 8 YATES STBEET 


James Bay 
An enjoyable aociaJ wee held 
at the home ef Mrw J D. 
Crowtber. Ckraavan Baad bar 
» hM i mi Ike tasmaa Bay 
GulkL Frearnta were ex- 
changed and refreahtnenta 
served. 

The annual nwetlng al the 
fUBAikba heM recently with 




JANUARY 

CLEARANCE 


opera tten. 

The chlktren range in age 
from nine months to 26 years, 
tet four of them now have 
homes el (heir own. 


Od k LkfRe Eaalem Madmf»ct«rrr‘a 

FABULOUS S60J100 STOCK 

Of 9T»n QtuJHy Di^moad Bbiipi 

Ooeae lilariy for BnU HeInrIkMi 
E.\A.Mn.»X: 


FASHION BOOTERY’S 

SEMI-ANNUAL 

SHOE SALE 


A twoday rally wtO be held 
this weekend for campers 
who attended (he Presbyterian 
GUia' Camp at Glints Lake 
Mat aummer. 

The rally, organlaed for 
fbllowMilp wtth former lead- 
er* bf>d campers and to 
promote intercai in next sum- 
frier's campkif will be held al 
St. Andrew I Kirk Hall Friday 
and Saturday and ta open (or 
girls from nine to 16 years 
whether they were at camp 
Mat year er not. 


The program la arranged on 
the pattern of a uaual camp 
day wtih worship and BibM 
study, handkralls. gamaa, 
slitgtng, flirru and fun (or all. 

The rally la under the direc- 
tion ol Mias Wirmllred Ripley, 
Presbytery deaconess aaaUted 
by leaiSera. Mies Jday Nutt. 
Dr Mary Roberts, Mra Mil 
dred Young. Mrs. A. Frye r . 
Mr*. R MacDonald and Mrs. 
O. S Hodge. Catering lor the 
meals will be Mr*. P. S Wait 


Have 


CONTINIE8 

Muadredi of Pain— Apikea. Cmbaaa, I.o«M. 
TMaaM, 


Every Rtag GmrMileed aad l■Mred 
Term* AvailaMe — No Carryln CBancrs 
(Roae v Regular Diamnnd Slock Not Inrludsdl 


Wedgies. Plato 


AGAIN , , . al the 

Colonial Shop 


FREE DOOR PRIZE 
1118.00 DUaOHD MHO 

Nothing to Buy — Just Cotoe In and 
Sign Your Name! 


GROUP 1 

IncludlriK La Grenade. 
Edna. Beat Ever, high 
and Cuban heels. VaJucs 
to $17.96 


WATCH CLEARANCE 

Hundreds ol Famous Make Watches 
in All Type* and Styles 

Vi PRICI 


GROUP 2 

Dreaa Shoe hy Best E\ er. 
and many popular 
branded tine*. Spike 
heels. Vshiet to$18.K.. 


GROUP 3 

Group of Dms Shoes, 
discontinued lines. VsKies 
to $16.95 


FASHION JEWELNY CLEAIUNCE 


This beautiful authentic 


CANOPY BED! 


Bolovs PortaMe sad 
TrsasMtor Rsdloe 
Beg. 

$S$M OG 


See it In eur window ... a Wwutlful 4 Pooler 

(Mnopy tVd In gleaming soli Antique 
Maple It comes n ww piste, with 4 
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V VACANT 

POSSESSION E!.-''! 


NORIHWt'.IfcRN 


Front A Mortin 

Agencies Ltd. 


PEMBERTON 
HOLMES. Ltd 


BOORMAN'S 

NEW NHA 
SUBDIVISION 

CAM ROSE 
CRESCENT 

OFF MAPUWOOO 

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m<i» «»»• «F y)mt trted loH 

Two ond thre«-b#dcoom 
-VJrvr? 1;; Horn.* «rom $i4oo 


SECURITIES 


REALTY 

uu *--F. .»m* j Stephenson 
OPEN 

1 797 TAYLOR ST. COWARD ROAD 

<;AT 9-S only $4200 


TODAY’S BUY 
' EXECUTIVE VALUE 
A GRAND APARTMENT UPLANDS 

FOR OPEN HOUSE 

BUNGALOW SATURDAY, JAN P 

2-5 or»d 7-9 P M 

11 it- 3055 Rutland ro 


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DEAN HEIGHTS 

HIGH location 


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TtiM* M«(/ i aMiaaiaia a* 
H*iaa !••<• ta»il» Mai«i 
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ara a<t>uM ta cau tai •»- 
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PENINSULA 


1 foil kMiak** all aiik aaU-i^ 

• 11 ] >a>ka*A 4 -kUna talMaA Vim 
kaaka kaik Hka«a la a >a'ia 
«<!»« nmm ap^aa mil aaa 

kk'a’-r li«>*kM ikai aa«*M ••>*• 

a* a (Marik a*4 ja> a i kan kaaa- 

M*ai aiik OU-O-Ma'x kaai lar 
^ri aM MAtiiM Artaaaar Tka 
feaaki* fruiaa aM aa akMat-kM 
rxatM prm<«aira aHaUK raif* 
ara w>r>MaA Oaar tmt ar m*-. 
« >tar’k*a iat«a aatr a* arraatM 
Tk.= u a 1*41 e I O oEa 


Fof furthtr dctoili 
contoct 

AUAk M.ua rv I ( 
*«aa rv I Mil 


FEATURED 

<M rM*K r« iw kM 


kaatIkA »M> a>i*g i 
•aMiariaai* iitiaa a 
Maa* atkar jraiara* 
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•ag a(t*ia4 Car . 

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OaM M<M «ag Mt« 

a**ai ana Ta 

J i(a»a tVI.M 
BV * tra* 


STONE'S 
• THROW 
JUBILEE 
HOSPITAL 
LOW DOWN 
PAYMENT 


AS LOW AS 

$400 CASH 

No Gimmicks 


OPEN HOUSE 
530 DLIMERSO ST. 

2 to 4 30 P M 
SATURDAY, JAN 15 


$7500 


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III lUi M«OlUi*rat 
Bv }->in aaiuaa 


ATTRACTIVE 

5-ROOM 

BUNGALOW 

DEAN HEIGHTS 


GORGE 
NO STEPS 
2 BEDROOMS 


>»’• Tna>': wiAti v«Mr lacu 

a>a a.., ••I.a.* • k>i> OaA ka> 


OAK BAY 

LOW DOWN 
PAYMENT 
NO STEPS 

Uaai Mr a raipu nkiaMa 


NEW— NHA* 
CLOSE IN 
$2000 DOWN 


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LISTINGS URGENTLY 
REQUIRED — ALL DIS- 
TRICTS. ALL TYPES. 

immediate personal 

ATTENTION PLEASE 
CALL DENIS HIGGINS. 
EV2-8II7, evenings 
EV 2 9078 NEWSTEAD 
REALTY LTD. 


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•>*a 1 >««a»>^ 

(titut IMM* *k« a 
o«»>a ia«KM m 


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$8500 


kMM* Tlua law* M t» M'Maa 
aiaia laaPHika M*l4a ka* i 

kka k*iag lag I flraalai* an**l 
••a •■••ka ma«a kallaa* k*Mk 
ckaarf Bt'M !•( *ta*(>h 

Flag* Tkrra g«aa kM'aagM aa< 
kaikiaaki aa Pm irMra' (a<r 
laaai alia kai-air k*^a tur»..i 
aaa laanar* l.>ka Ra>*U»a' «•' 


CHOICE 

Seo View Building 


Beoutiful View Royol 
Otl*0-Mottc BuoqoIow 


DUPLEX 


OAK BAY 
4 BEDROOMS 
SECLUSION 


■CONTRACTORS' 
LAND DEVELOPERS 


1.1 ACRES 

High, Bright ond Sunny 


ESTATE 

SETTLEMENT 


$6950 


DE LUXE HOME 
MT DOUGLAS AREA 
lmm«d«att Possession 
BRAND NEW 
OIL HEAT 


URGENT So; .ac« 

TWO APARTMENT 

BLOCKS wanted fA.RFIELD, VACANT 
ka : il «. a* a«t Bar* "CLOSE TO BEACH" 


T>’ n -H* 

a ••a'i' >a«a.aa 
- »5 WtkOBJITT 

a<4 laar i*aa«i»wt 


$2000 DN 

3-4 BEDROOMS 
4 YRS OLD 


NEW 

HI QUADRA 
$1750 DN 
3 BR'S 


H Mgla 


UPLANDS 

SEAFRONTAGE 


FAIRFIELD 

Stucco Bungalow 
2 BR — Oil Heat 


$8950 


EXCLUSIVE 

3933 

PRESTWCXDD 


WANTED 

REVENUE PROPERTY 


HIGH QUADRA 
SPLIT LEVEL 


$9800 


$950 DOWN 
COLWOOD 
$13,500 $60 A MONTH 


PRIDE OF 
POSSESSION 


BULB GROWERS 


I4a». 


a«<a«aa '»aa*p‘ r«a'-at m4 > 
n>a*v« • 4*« 'ahM %* 

"Han aak n.« (aaiki Svai 


$11,950 - $2750 Dn 
Your Choice 


TATTERSALL 

AREA 

$3500 DOWN 


$6950 


AMAZING 

VALUE 


BURNSIDE 
GORGE AREA 


OIL-O-MATIC 
"1800 DOWN' 
"4Va*>o 
MORTGAGE" 


WITH 


ALL THIS 

AND HEAVEN 
TOO* 


RITHET 


GENUINE 

CASH 

CUSTOMER 


'DON BACON" 

IS A LOW DOWN 


ranit at aa I *••• *aat a 

• pr>*i-«ai* 'k* larv* kMA nag* 

ar-..^ .a r«> «'t M w NMial 

t\n.iM>r Tavck «a>vai' 

• k*<* I *wk>aMi a larkB 1 
and rm '4* t.ar- TW raat aa 


3 2222 ARBUTUS 


NEW HOMES> 


QUALITY 

WATERFRONT 

HOME 


NEW 

3' BEDROOMS 


BAAEFOOT ESTATE 


BUILD NHA»» 


FAIRFIELD 

REALTY 


WATERFRONT 
HOME ON 
ARDMORE DRIVE 


$7900 


HEISTERMAN 


WATERFRONT 

$18,900 


‘a«H«. > >a . 


COUNTRY 

SECLUSION 

3*2 MILES from 
TOWN 


CLOSE IN 
CITY 


FAIRFIELD 

SIDE-BY-SIDE DUPLEX 


ai.kjatk. 'SEVEN OAKS 


OAK BAY 
$1500 DOWN 


fa» 


VICTORIA 
REALTY LTD 

m« Oaagiaa • >aM 

FOR TRADE , 


$5750 


NEAR MOUNT VIEW 
HIGH 

• M»al«a •«•*•«(. I kaktkk* 

kap* « iM* patMtkt riMnrt. gklf 
aigkt taar* aW aak m aaraWam r»> 
kk*< lAiga k*M« ikMi aitk rira- 
Plata *.>g nar«akak (laar Wak* 
wtaal kaatn** kt attvalaiikg ad 
k*a'at kapa'*'* ■■rag* ii tik 
ram at<t kaakW kaiaara MV aaf 


$7500 


SHELBOURNE 


BOORMAN 
INVESTMENT CO 
LTD. 


NEW 5 ROOMS 


•tan; a.at(pk 


BEAUTIFUL UPLANDS 
HOME 

fva «pa..a* Pm gaa aW *ara> 


FOUR BEDROOMS 


$8950 


& STFPHENSON 
LTD 


NEW— NHA 

ia»*r it..ng ..-a au kra 
tIMlaMk. -•‘-rat ka aaa 

I »■«( F^tt mana k 41 


NEW2BR 
ONLY $6900 


McCANDLESS REALTY 

IM fart •« fkma tvillll 

SI800 — SIBOO Down 

fOVk-KM vrvcco ataa 
amra«k aa « »t* aU *>•• (War*. 

(«taa*a«* W**aa> tamara aa* **•*.••«« 
ag* Vara kaaa* laak.M «mI- ar. 

laaka 4ta*t«ai alaaa *• a«* *<•••* fk.-;t •*« 

rial $9650 

Woterfront Home $5000 

DOWD fal'IWM. atakata 11 -m n_, 


$500 DOWN 


$7500 


! BARGAINS ' 

2 BEDROOMS 
ELECTRIC KITCHEN 
STUCCO ond OUROID 
JUST 4 YEARS OLD "OPPORTUNITY 
Only $2000 Down and KNOCKS BUT OHCE 
$60 Per Mo tor 5 Yf* 

. Tk»* •• ta.tr «kaa>. a , 

ond It It All Your» ia».i* (*«•* i •» * 


k a >ara t*a*< 
(»»•• Tania 


A. BERNARD 


: $6300 

LAKE HILL 
$2500 DOWN 


HAYNES 


* CO. LVO 

•M fan ktraM w 4 I 

YOUR OWN PARK 


You've Only YourMlf to 
Blome If You Don't 
Buy Thu HouM 


ESQUIMAU 


aak a kaU arra* tm ika Kaaki Oat 
arva *k aiiramra aall avtit 
kMk kaata aHk agaart psar.iad 
«a*aikaiMk Ul akk OK aiik fiaa- 

P 'ara Oa-<a-dai« atacint gl’-ckak. 

lo-naka Btr* rakkaaU. tbraa kak- 
r«im« aag Imt an » a aaikrkai^ 
Oaa llaa<* 'kra^kMi fartir ftk« 


• ■kaaraatn trail kwagalra ••• 

mg aF gaak Hamg *••<• aua 
f(i*gia*a «rga tamrl* ki>*kaa 

• '•a a a< araangra* airag 

ta. '•••* eikmg araa i g* ••<(■- 
f aakiaM* g^H a*a I aa a* <••• 

(•aiag uau m tatgr a«i| Itnk 
I *<kaa« '3l Igrai tamlv kamr far- 

$11,900 

fa* -ka ataa* a-g iia* f-^tag* 

tv t-VMl W t at I a.*a.ngi 

HIGH QUADRA 

^ a mf* bv-atn— .« • •••< - 

ham m <nia ar'iart.'* .^'ti ir >i 

haaa Ns* .atf* L aMgak «g ■.*.*» 
» kmraam. .sa,ra Hawkaa i«a- 
ivta* sag mt k**'Mig 


FRASER 


$7500 


BISCOE 


FAMILY HOME 

4 BEDROOMS 


•Mat farrrg gkt ah baaiMig 

k^rau ...... JJ3 650 

tiri«a(*a LlaUag 
f>aa*a ••» Ur rraadT^ 

•«aa Ok a gglk 

NORTH QUADRA 
$2700 DOWN 


$1000 CASH 


$5350 


CEDAR HILL 


DALBY & CO 


$7500 


YOUR DOWN 
PAYMENT 


$5950 STEWART 
CLARK & CO. 

»l tm *** ktH-i**-. a* k> fana* IV I Mil 

OVER 1.S00 SQ FT 
3 6EDRMS— SECLUDED 


DICKIE & CO 

REALTY & INSURANCE 

•M fan •• CV>-4Vlt B\ • WM 


$9950 


JOHN GREENWOOD 

1.41 WT'md attan 


BRENTWOOD 


DUPLEX— CLOSE IN 


GOING EAST 

»v tjviNo *m 

rrmrtvjtvirt 


THE ROYAL 
TRUST CO. 


aatb n»ui (*•! r 

aa .Kvk*«>a hwtng 

irikM cvk«TM 


SAXE POINT 


CLARKE 

WALLACE 

iiti e-a'i-a rv • nai 

OPEN HOUSE 

905 DARWIN 

SAT. 2 TO 5 


HtA VIBW «r*UTT Hiiwe 
Taa-aMmata Marm hamgalak ^g| 
tbrar raara aM l4mUg Mcktad tag 
**a*ar aavai gflirar aaa aga-a- 
na-r* gwaiitv tag gallar *•!••. 
Oat (laar* 'krangkani pkaaramm 
*•*• avar gaaa gg fara araam ai>- 
rk*M ■•wag tar *4anirM raagai 
•ag kail g4amg •>*• Tkrakgk kad 
ai>k aail-ia-asR raapattag Ig-gk 
i«iig laam aitk brwk daaaUca. 
4-pOra faaitaaga g# Ikaa balk* 
!•••• fak *••••« tkaamrai, 
grt*a.4a aarag* faarMi agrkaag 
Ok 0-Ua<lc kSkUng a4*a Ikk tnUp 

MagMagag g mnia** gaakif 

kama (gg Um gttrrrHNU aarrr. 


!*• grra* KKA t.aaaraa 
a«mg*M« in Mg 

1‘a Arra* g-aagrm >ia*» *l4AiB 
I . Arra* 4-kagra> n**a* « l *, 1 * 
taam* auk 1 kamnaMa* *|k«M 
T*rm* raa aa artaagag sa au 

Brentwood Propertiei 

Kagiirg ») 

•■anxk Rksg al Vngw* 


MOREY & JOHNSTONE 


BUILD NHA 


$5500 


VALUE PLUS 


No Down Payment? 
Own Your Lot? 
Equity in Mome> 


k*ia I* a ia-B* 'amUv ksma *>*ar 
>kr aa.*r auii *|aa #( t*t m-m- 
a>rg kk g antai *«r«t« fi«a aag- 
• sam* Vaa gkga Ml tManag 

Cnaig a* g«g4*v*g Oan*r iraka* 
larrag Qgai( larnr •( gMlrag 
Ut Crirbmat 

tv l*Nai e>m tv V-im 


ESQUIMALT— 5 RMS 

ert'cro Dnrgig mml •>» 

W*| la-rag far gr>a* *ag aamar- 
ful avra MfN aa**a*aa. 'A* 
f>i*'ar* Drrtr m garag* aa>k 
U«« Uaar wkar a>'ta<'t«* faa 
«Mr** > *• -Ik ■*■'•**•• kruv 
flraa.ara V< Dra.rig rnam 
••ama* ktrrhaa a>r*g ••* .*aga 
anx i«rga aaangh t*r isbh<t 
gtriHg -4< Taa gakg-MM Mg. 
raaata -i- Ctom m ana rikM •# 
kH* Ta*i* ao4 ikargi ■■ <j ■ ■>.* 
ma«> (•.iMlo.M 

eait #«»■ M>n #OT.^U 

Can «•*• Dull* W\ I'Ull. 
MM tv I i»*g 


$5975 


CITY BROKERAGE 


TERRIFIC BUY 


rS^a-kJXXar 1 2 ACRES 

raamikg kkM* ar CHAkUIMO *.im kT UC ' rU BCW 
OALOW A!rO tmUTT AT- 
TAmDOAJIAnt OfL fVkaACt 
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«o U3W TdAT rr *fit drtt »t- 
foft ttn*nuT nn.t Amrio 

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eVKHTH or VtCTOdll tn> 


THE ROYAL TRUST CO 


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Gorden Lovtr't Dteom 

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Mg *, a*a gwd k*< It fm a>* 
a tadi kk>*( ikta m mat laiw* 


NEWSTEAD 


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TWtvTtAdOLb kdotiM Idrrv 
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•kg kdM>.g araa ari ATniAC- 
Tive k'tabM fall ta-amn*' 

VACAdT ModTin.v farrt m 

$11,950 

dH tbragga am I* ••g«t 

Rmg Raalir tVilllt 

lAIRncU* l.\4t.l4IVR 

a LrUm. t« Mark dnaa aaa at ara 
m( VaTnra • nara ar*a* Tm* Ml 


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TEN MILE POINT 

rail aga >• *aa ikn •aail*** kagw 
at larga ■>••€ rmm •ilk M* Ikraa 
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ka*aam*t aitk gv's** Ml -.*ai aug 

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Rangkag •• *uiMhiim t*r aaiar* 
c : aufkag a» Inti kjgk ha.rmi 
NHA tai 0*Ua>i. 1-ag anag*' 
rta-a ta la >■'. i*««r* 1>fu h 
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a**' Vftik a part *rra*s -n* 
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Ook Bay 
Realty 


fom 04S MT IKIWM 

OPEN HOUSE 
SAT. JAN 17 
2 30 ro 4 30 P M. 
432 DURBAN 

»*IMMCU) AJISA 
O- t I ' !- IB I 

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TOWN & 
COUNTRY 


COUNTRY 

HOMES LTD. 

1923 Ouodro Sr. OAK BAY 

•VABSmo MO _■ 


B.C. LAND ■ ^ ^ 

& Inwstrrwnt Agency , TAYLOR 

0 . - I SPITTAL 


RANDALLS' 

LIMITED 

FAIRrfELD 


Brown Bros. 

AGENCirS LIMITED 

im »LAMNA«o rrray 
tfSMBflii N^a »-«TAr« eoAep 
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I SACRIFICE 
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LANGFORD AND 
COL WOOD 


23 , 

Genuine Clients 


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MODERN, 3 BR, DEN NHA 

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Garden Notes Index 


I ax »» airer 
Hid OpfHtsed 

l^nanm romrattt#* will 
r^-onmwnd to city roujirll 
r^lwlion ttM r«qu#«t of 
VirtorU L^wn Tmnla 
Badminton Club lor tax «x> 
rmpuon In IMOi 
Council tau last y«ar turned 
down a bylaw to exempt tha 
chib In ItOd. and rcHmmIttM 


Fines 


MAANUH 

Jamra Goilfroy Rufg. 3903 
Happy Valley, catolaaa drlvltif. 
$35 

David Surawbrtdga. 1219 OM 
Eaquimatl. caiYtbaa driving. 
$33 and Uomce auapanded (or 
oiw month. 

Steve Kaytof, 'TTM Aapulth. 


Sy INA D. U. t HTH<»|-r 
tl anyoiw should imagine 
that an arilata'a U(e la an e*«y 
one. lei him dig Into the hla- 
torlea of the WorM'a g;oalr«t 
painteri and he will find a 


stance, the best known and 
best loved of tbe old masters. 
His tile Is a story of succea a 
and fame toOnwed by ot^ 
srurtly and poverty. 

Things went well whUg he 


self ponrslts aro tha moot 
magnlllrent examples of por- 
trait painting lha world pow 


OCTOBER 1 TO DCTK.blBKB 91. 19&M 
AlphabHiral Ualliic 

Pk ff rwa »MM On SI. SMMwe 


The small painting In the 
Hammer collection la a very 


pouumsnt a 


the taatM of hta patrona. and 
to pnjvHle hla life with the 
luxuries he craved. 

Hut Rembrandt, like most 
great artists, was ahead of hu 
time and had progresatve 
idMs on the use of paint. Hu 
work bersme hroorder in treat- 
ment and. when the new 
quality became more evident 
in hla brushwiirk. nohody was 
pleased. 

RfJR'CRn TO POVERTY 

The civk* guards who had 
rommlsaloned tbe large ran- 
The Night Watch.' did 
not like their nwa ptirtraits. 
They refused tu armpt the 
painting, and tnun tbra on 
the tide of public favor turned 
against him. He was redui'ed 
to poverty snd hjs belong 
logs were stJd to pay ofl hU 
auditors. 

ime Important ctunmUaion ' 
came hla way. the large groups 
The Syndlrs of the Drspora* , 
Guild** *Thls Is a magnificent 
canvas, but he received 
nothing for tt. as the money | 
was seized upon by his •'rodl* 
tors. 

Hu nife had died he was 
bcf'used of bvtng in sin wtih 
his housekeeper, but she wa« 
a faithful soul wtv> looked 
after him and posed fur many 
of his canvases. 

But Rembrandt had a pro- 


opposed to it. 

“I stlU feH the ratepayers 
shouldn't subaidiie a private 
club." said Aid Arthur Dowell, 
and Mayor Percy jjeurrah 
agreod" 


Harry .Sheldon Cooley. 9043 
Old Waot Saaidch Road allow- 
ing unUcenced minor lo drive 
motor vHikle. $30. 

Amo OahL $QP9 Byrin. prw 
vlousiy fined for impaired 
driving, licence ruapended lor 
two months. 

rm* 

ISeanur tzard. 8M> Arundel, 
coreleoa driving. $35 and 
licence suspended 
Albert Shape. 3155 Mam, 
coreleso drtvtng. $35. 

Malcolm C. MacDonald 3M4 
Scott, careless dHvlng. $40 and 
llcefww su^wnden. 

Edward R. Jiickman, 2510 
CeniraJ. carelww driving. $95; 
driving while under suspen- 
sion. $50. 

Cvangekie Agaioy. 1103 HlU- 
sidr. careleia driving. $35,and 
Ucerwe sus|)em1e<J 
Joseph R Sirrwfqrd, RCN. 
BO insurancs. $2S 
Peter R Hudson. 103$ Pan- 
dora, vtolating driver's Brener 
restricikin by driving without 
ffUasM. $35. 

Uln WUUam Wilson. 104$ 
Psndofs, violating driver's U- 
ewe rsstrktkm by driving car 
larking sutuenatte tranamia 
Mon. $35. 

aifford W. Chudy. Brent- 
wood no Insurance, 

David K. Hayward K34 
Hutchoaon. no headlights $ia 
Chm L. Podgorwiko. CCS 
Eatevmn. falling to n^lster 
change of sddrssa. $10. 

Andre Rwissesu. 9S3S Na- 1 
nalmo, falling to reglotor 
change of sditress. $10. | 

Murray J. Hobnea. $243 r 
Bowker. exoeedlnc 30. $25. i 
RochH U Page. 920 Mount ‘ 
View. Ulegal I' turn. $10 
Ourge L. Hurst. 331$ Don- 
caster Illegal left turn in buM- 
nesa disinef. tS. 

Lemu P Godin 1510 Belrher. 
no headlights $10 
Hugh Slhbald 4477 *ryndaa ! 
careless driving. $35 and to bo j 
re-ieeted for driver's Uoenos. I 


tiailun. 

Take Rembrandt, tor In 


to believe that Rembrandt had 
anything lo do with it. 

At that time, fashionable 
painters bad very large tiudloe 
With adpireni gaUriie*. as well 
aa Itvtng quarters for their 
students snd apprentices. It 
was the custom for the m««i 
gifted of these to w«cfc on the 
loos Important pans of the 
canvases of the master. His 
brilliant student <;#rard Dou 
Is supposed to have paJntod 
parts of the picture “Christ , 
Disputing tho Elders.** 


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«HERIFrS SALE 


SATURDAY 

AUCTIONS 
9.30 a.m. 


Little Chance 
To See Atlas 


1141 FORD 

4- Door Mm 


Vlrtorta obaerverV chance* 
of sighting the U.S. AtUs 
sateHile, now circling the 
earth, havo dwindled to )«M 
about zero. 

Dr. R. M PHrte. Domliilon 
AstrophyalcaJ Observatory cB- 
rector, said Met night the giant 
Atlas was schfNtulsd to retum 
to the earth's stmoaphere and 
disappear from the heavens 
before its urblt brought it 
adthln range of this sroa. 

The Atlas t* due to enme 
down about Jaa. 31. but If it 
lasts until the end of the 
month, t he r e a a sKght c ban co 
It win be faintly vtoMe on the 
aouthem hortsw of tha VIo-' 
toria area. i 


Professor Sa 


BAND BAW 
CARPENTER'S TOOLS 

SMALL COMB. SAnC 

<ir*xir*xtr*> 

RMRea • RefriE»rafra 

Approximately M Ell shea 
rbairs. Wariunobes, Luggage. 
Electric Washing Machlnea I 
RxiMudan IMde^ Step LM 
dm Wlfl^w Pta^m. Meul 
WheelburTvw. Garbage Can, 


Foot X-Rays 
Dangerous 


•aohivo ai -taw law «atv»- 
ai^T at-xsn '>• r.. twr- 

cm' OP VICTORIA 
NOTH r. or MfAKI.Sti 


Justed himself to his changed 
circumstances. He was now 
free to pamt as be wished. His 


to tha body. 

The “long torm“ effect, said 
th“. Griffiths, would bo the 
broak-doam of the sperai and 
sex callB that dominate fatuiw 
generattona 

*Tf the eaOa are brokan. or 
damaged, by radUUan. they 
wUl produce a damaged refl.“ 
be said, “la other words, a 
damaged orf*pr1ng.“ 


Btsraa. waraa George M. Orlf- 
fltha. prafeaaor of physiea at 

UBC. 

He told graduate nurees at 
an orlentatton coarse In 
Greater Vktorla civil defence 
headquartera I h radiation 
than the 


S W V ck*« • a m 4 • w • «!■•* S- 
«• mw**» I* erWkT 

u r averaa 

CM« CVrk 

cvf n*u vw«a»>« ac 
las >••*«! I ISM 


ineers 


from tsUoat la 
average person recetvea while 
rtlting Mioea. havlag X-rays 
and hamfling certain kinda of 
rocks. 

“Pool X-ray machlaes should 
be dtocarded If they are oot 
operated by t wmpeteat per- 
Bona,“ Dr. GHfmha said. 

The “potency" of radiation 
kmtzatlon can be shown, he 
said, ky the tact that radk>l» 
gtsta. after speciaUsing tor 20 
yeara, have a Bfe expectancy 
of five years teas thaa a aor- 


Prize Presented by Butler Bros 


British Columbia pro 
fiwstonat englnears have 
urged the provlnctaj govern- 
ment to make more use of the 
se r vices of BX*. coaaullmg en- 
gineers. 

In a brief prepared by the 
consulting engineers' dlvisloa 
of the Asaoclatlon of Pro 
lemsional Engineers of B.O., tl 
was pointed out that dlrort 
benefit would accrue to BC. 
laamifactureea. contractor* 
and suppllefs If engineering 
projects involving use of pub- 


lic money employed permsn 
ent residenu of the province 
s* the prune consulting en- 
gtneera 

Among the sdvaatagee listed 
was the famlllsrity of RC. prex , 
feasional engltkeeri with local 
condltiona. buUdUig codca and 
buslnesa practices. Berausa of 
this local knowledge the en- 
gtoeers d es ign for and specify 
BX*. products and aervlass. la 
the ganeral aronomle advan- 
tage of tbe province. It wae 
argued. 


Sixt^n 

Ku/ptf Arrui^ntai 
MONTREAL <CPi --Aoor- 
oner's Jury Wednesday me 
dorsed recommendations of the 
fire commisa tonf r s ' court and 
returned a verdict of accidental 
deotb la the Nov. $ tire whicii 


TV. Crtrnnio mM Therb Tici 


Apartments, claiming 1€ Uvaa, 


been a serto u a fallout only 
slnoo 1950 and that sdentlals 
do not know what harm has 


Group AhBorhed in 50 Vpari. .Sayg Expert 


*1110 wnrst effect It could 
have on humans would be m 
the separation of e l ectrons snd 
molecules In body cells, result- 
ing la s detertontton In the 
human sperteo. 

Me ssld the result would be 
either that the mnlecules so 
longer funetton or that the 


E w>« «•« •***<>»•••*• «e 

iiv. « '>M* • fraw th» *«•« 

ml af ta>iati 11 S«* >» 

t«r>a« •iiHir aarW* ihf SaeaaH 

»HI M larfatw* 

rs> Mt laaSaa Mt 

•MMaaail? *raa;-*«< 

w>sB(T eo e -nm 

t 4 «ni»-M'a><»* Saaviaaa 
aM* Sar»a(a(f 

•! e«»tw WarSa, 

0*>*«a. >•««•'* U lau 


The southerner comes out. 
full of ham and eggs and 
bundled up. but he knows 
he'll be back In the kitchen (or 
coffee In half an hour. The 
Eskimo come out knowing it 
wiU be cold and that be wUi 
keep at H.“ 


OTTAWA uT» -- Canada's 
12 0n0 >Ukimos otoy vanish ss 
sa ethnic group within the 
next N) or 75 >earx, aa Arctic 
authority suggesu. 

Douglas WUklnsnn. ona of 
the first tlx northern service 
offl<er* sppolmed in 1954. said 
the Eskimo enuM be sucked 
down snd shanrhed by the tide 
o( northern developmeni Bke 


count leas other minortues in 
history. 

"Romshlically. t would Ilka 
to see the Eskimo continue the 
life he has hved tor centuiiaa." I 
said Mr. Wllkinam. I 

“But realistically. I am aware 
that he has lo b ecome an In- 
tegrated Canadian." 

Mr Wllkinaon. who once 
llvad for a year as a native in 
an all Eskimo community on 
northern Baffin Island and 
wrote a bonk about K. said be 
hopes that if the Eskimo race 
does vanish, some of the Eskl 
mo's cuHursl snd physlraJ 
characteiisilca Including his 
rheerfulneas will rub off and 
remain with the northern 
population. 

“t feel that the moat Impor- 
tant thing (adng northern ad- 
mhiutratort today Is the delin- 
eation of ENiimo education. 

"What are we educximg the 
Eskimo for* What Is the ete 
jenive or purpose behind (he 
education pragramT *rhat is 
what muel be decided now In 
my opinkm 

"And it Is very impnrUni in 
decisions affedUtg (he Eski- 
mo's future (hat auihorttles 
have a solid awareness of 
what make* (he Eskimo lick— 
why he does the things he 


Tax Waived 
For Group? 

Victoria West Community 
Association, which tnformed 
dty council last year (hat a 
$173 school tax MU la additlea 
to Hz $34hay«ar rent would 
compel it to give up the Hty* 
own^ old Victoria West FI re- 
ha U. may no( have to pay the 
fchool taxes. 

Finance committaa xoled 
yesterday to recommend lo 


Mn. J. Jc^naon, 191 1 Lutte Strwt, this week reevivet • brand new Euy Auttv 
nuitic Washer, one of the prizes \n Eaay's National Waaherama Contaat Abova 
photo shotxT Mrs. Johnaon recrivlnfc congratulatSona from Bob Spooner, mw 
ager of Butler Brothers, V>w Street ApplUnce Store, one of Victoria's best 
equipped to sell and service automatic laundry equipment. *** 


Cold Rush 
Survivor 
Dies at 84 


Short-Cireuit 
Ifinites Pole 

A B.C. Electric power pr>le 
at Jasmine and M'a r 1 g o t d 
rsught fire when an insulator 
broke down and a 12.000 volt 
power line was shert-rircuited 
at 4 10 p m. yesterday. 

I'ust'jmers In (hat area were 
wiihout electrlnty (nr nearly 
hall an hour while a B.C Elec 
irtr crew extinguished the 
h<are and installed a new 
tnxulati>r. 


%m4 TTMun 

Vos HkXBoca iMPW'vruricr* 
•ruMTSAMowKAxexsAia- camp- 
am. aivoL sc, m\u 

Uw «c(>M mt UM Wgmirr «*u> 
sa* »• 'IAT<. srxsMnaoav 
rsaat'Axv u :»w 
nM« r«a w 

*•* \mtmt ml «A4lna* •< >W 

*<ru» U um cht*r aeaawwt n»p*ri 

MSl ml e«WU WM» 

La.ku •! IM «ltlM U Um DItntrt 
tovew S «ct SuiiWat tiw Wr«l 

f i <wi»f ac »ea 
•t M .41 *1 CkOeW'l a>tv* 

* 0 *r*i mm4 Virtcrta 


HIxUy hiterratNt 
Mo4era 


FURNISHINGS 

AUCTION 


X»iM al • •• -«i 

• tfarilirA iH* !• a at i«fK.»r 

• •' -ma •* Mm 

r*f*M b, Ua» Pv amd 

tm W' -tUar , wiia Ito ««ailMfv4 w« 

T»>« •* Cl- -: 

S< •<'f.>«<a aSr wa 

Mm «].<••-«. ar i>.rsvirX ;<»• »l i • 
•« •Sa p Ml Tr,.r.».f •« * 

SC : -irk' V » pr 1 »'a •> ' 


KILSHAWS 

1115 FORT ST. 

TORIfiNT AT T4t 


Service ’Spiel 
March Event 


Here's why RamUer gives you a better ride 


CM*/ 


KING.STON, Onl, tCP» - 
The annual trVservicr* Invite- 
Uonal bonsplel will ba held 
here etarling March 4. 

U Col. E C. Cowan, chair 
man o( the bonspiel, xaM the 
r<irnml(tee experts tn have $3 
entries from the three armed 
services. There wUl be 13 
links (rom the air (orot and 
army and eight (rom the navy. 


Mr. Wllkinaon aaU the 
Eskimo has much to contn 
bute lo (he North, l( only be- 
cause of his philosophy that 
life must continue through 
evdd. hazard and difficulty. 

'*We train soldlen how to 
keep warm in the Arctic. What 
we should do Is teach them to 
expect to be mid There la no 
clothing that wUl keep people 
warm there. 

Tha clothing that keapa you 
warm standing la too warm for 
moving around and this expao 
lallon of being cold la what 
makes the CMUme such a good 
man on a buUdnuec tn the 
Arctic. 


AMERICAN MOTOflS (CANADAl LT1X 


CMida's success car scores $g$ui! 


I In Gmncil Lap 

Ciiy-ownad properly on 
! Edward, between Catherine 
an<l Alston In Victoria West, 
wilt he leased to the flertoma 
, O^ub foi a M>ys' ciuhhouae tl 
ctNinrll acoepts the reenm- 
. mendation n( (tnsnea com 
' miitee. 

The chib indicated In a lettar 
I to the city It wanted ta lease 
I the property for a aom equal 
I to tasaa, and hoped lalar to 
thuy iU 


RATNT JOHN. NB (CT»— i 
Officials estimated the navy's 
destroyer escort Huron, which 
arrived here Monday for re- 
pair* to tw^r hull, wit) remain 
In drvdork six weeks 
The Humri. damaeed tn 
NATO exerriato and repaired 
in Toukin. fTer.;-. t^-gan ship- 
ping water while croMag the 
Atlantic artd waa guldsd Into 
llallfai by tha dwtniyer aaoert 
BBCaanay. 


Washing Machlnea. Vacuums. 
RadSos,^r. 

4T* EMrfa RMge 

An interesting =ale for youi 
inspection 

BIIJ4HAWR Awrtkweer* 
HU rORT WT. EV 44441 

For the Bppralaal ar aaW of 
yaur furnishing* coil 

EV 44441 

Evening calM EV 4- U08 


Tht compact car with the best of both I 
. . . bit car room, small car ecooomy La 

ABssHssat • tsatiit mil v • . laasui lu 


Hreve Choirmnn 
Of Health BonrtI 

Rrhuni trustee Richard Reeve 
of Exquimalt was cleiied chair- 
man of the Victoria EaquimaH 
I’nlnn Board of Health yester- 
day St the first meeting of the 
year Ha . <^1s Coua. C. K. 

SanuiM of Csqvlmalt. 


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BUCKUY S MIXTURE 


Ctolont^ Vkttrk, I.C, FrL, Ju. It. 


Proiulfoitt Deiomh Astu'gmr 


ueen 


EMtMhfik mitd 

PHmw rt»tnp wiu hr 

!• ta»r*iwl» noak^ 4l»trtrt la 
thMr Umr mt t mmmilm Ibis 
pwmiag ■ummii. 

T twrt x nMNnOtW ti Um 
Mooh> tar M aa Kl«^ niM»- 


AM D. J PYaudfool toak #x tkm maatlng Wf^ln^Mlay night 
caption )rMlcrd«y t« an impll that *1f there has bean a shift 
ration that the city asaesaor of tax bunlen from ooa <laaa to 
was reaponalbU for the rtae In another within the ■■srnsmrnt 
aaarsamentj on older homes area, the reason must be 


'‘bring out rleaiiy'* that the 
city had nothing to do with the 
oaseoament Increase. 

The city ■ssaainr had no op^ 
lion than to raise the aasaas* 


Uw Werre d ao of Klate la 
poM oa an lasMallaa to the 
Meyal eeapie. 

The tasttaMsa ceaM awaa 
a proffarad for 


Rising on a point of privilege and ' 
at a city rountil meeting. Aid. ^ rtauso' 
Proudfooi said ho wanted to ‘ aald. 


lit# and Hauao by 
by Iho pmvinco, ha 


W. Peny WHghl. escerutivo 
MsUtant to tha provincial as- 
aeumofri eommlsainner. toM a 
Viriofia Ratepayere* Assorta- 


LABOR MtNISnjt WICKB 


Tor Ihe first time In the in the strike which stai ted yea- ment or crriificalkin of the 

hutory of the province a labor lerday. trade union and aisigmneni of 

diapute haa been refrrred to Action wae taken by the gov wafos made by the employers 
the Supreme Court of Bnu«ti ernmenl Under aectton 54 of In favdr of Ihe unkm null and 

('olumbla for a decision a* to the Labor Reialions Art. void 

whether a ainko ts legal or 
Illegal. 

Ubo/ Minister Lyle Wicks 
asld yesterday he has referred 
to the courts a dispute be- 
tween Plavelle Odar, a di- 
vision of ('anadian ColHerles 
Resources Ltd., at Port Moody, 
and Ihe Inieensilonal Wood 
workers of Ameiies. Local 
U'iST. 

He said the oeurt has siso 
been asked to decide whether 
the empieyees belonging to or 
represented by the trsde union 
are parttdpotlnf or Kovt par- 
tietpoted tn the strike 

Some 400 men are Involved 


« , . ahe a vital aa well as slender.' 
Chances ore she walchso her 
weight the Hollywood way. Sho 
counU her coloviao with Sponal 
Formula Hollywood Breed High 
in protoui yot only 46 mioneo 
por IB gyam du3W 


Charter 

Hopes 

Fading 


Mrs. Scurrah 
Already *TilIed’ 

Finanre commlMee. asked 
by city epuncil to look Into a 
•uctootion that Mrs. Perry 
Bcuctok be sppwMi u d msyar 
cso. will inform round! that 
in Its opinion, the mayor's wife 
it tlro^ tbs mayoreas. 

nty manager C. C Wyatt, 
told the rrenmittee yesterday. | 
however, that use of the titia 
was decUnmg In Britain bs^i 
esuas of the increaatng number | 
of women bring elected mayor. 


Mayer Percy Scurrah hinted 
yesterday that he doesnl think 
Victoria haa much chance of 
obtaining a city carter 


•PCCIAL POWMULA 


sakf that complete revision of 
the clly’s more than 4.®nh by- 
Iowa la necessary bafoce appii- 
ration can be made for a 
charier 

Flnsnre committee yester- 
day derldrd to place 110.000 la 
preliminary budget estimates 
this yesr for s revision, but the 
mayor asked. “If we don't 
apply for s charter. Is the 
Work necessary T' 

*Tf ll’t not necessary, let s 
not do N.” the mayor sold. 
“There are lots of things It's 
desirable lo do that see don't 
do bemuse we haven't the 
money.** 


BREAD 


WK8TON*R 


City council finance cofiunit- 
tee appeured sympathetic yew 
Wrdoy te the idea of selUng 
the (^tfieoe Hospital building 
to hospHai inistees for |1. 

The Chinese Ctmsolidated 
Benevolent Aseoctallon asked 
the dty to sell Ihe building lo 
**Miilabie trustees ' because the 
bospitsl. without ownership of 
Ihe buHdlar rtmldn'l obtain 
p-wvlnnal aid in expansion 


rfrnrr 


U.S. Democrats 
Coach ’ Liberals 


Brtttsh CntumNu Liberalo shout two monllM- aimed at 
Or* explofing In all dirsciinns reorganustlon and “develop 
to get their party In shape - men' of the porfy’e inteHectuol 
even le getting ups from side.'' 

Washington * suceesaful .Spei isl guest at the first 
Democratic marhine of the seminars this weekend 

Tbit sres disclosed here this si the UnlversUy of BC -will 
week b> the B.C. Liberml he Luke Cirsham. Washington 
organiser Ra> perrauM In an- Stole Democrmilc etuMimar 
linunctng a series of seminars “Dnn'l gel the ides that 
» one Is aUled for Vtctodo tn we re allying our parly wub 

-.Ihe US. Democratic party.** 
Pmault mM. **berause 


(lourl IVeetl 
Stressed 




*'But we do want to find out 
how they achieved their recent 
surceas and gel a few tlpo on 
orgmalsatlon.'* 

Mr Graham win be a«o of 
wi Hght-mewbor panel on 
organlutlan the other oeven 
belrif Conodlona. 


A properly condurtod fkmlly 
and juvenile court lo the key- 
stone to a conet ni ettve com- 
mufUty program lo combat 
juvenile delinquency, Glen 
HamlNen. executive director 
of Ihe Community Wellsre 
CouncU. saki yesterday. 

In a letter to Mayor Pen-y 
St-urrah and city aldermen. 
Mr. Hamilton directed stten 
I*nn Id thf report puhluhed 
laat year by the )uwen«le de 
Unquency rommltiee of the 
welfare coounciL wkicb urged 
thaf a Greater VlrinHa family 
and Juvenile court, modelled 
after the Vancouver court, be 
established w-iihoul delay. 


• READ AND USE 
WANT ADS FOR 
QUICK RESULTS 


DON'T r 

wHoFs food for m 

COUGH? 


LOOK & LEARN 


I low you get so much more 
for much less in... 


A SINGlf SIf mis WHY 
m mm - mgnlt mcwcated 


BYSTUDEBAKER 


o IT'S VICTORIA'S 
BIGGEST 
MARKET PLACE 


itfcd just right Vtu lix adults caaily, nearly three feet 
•hoTter ouuide. easier n> get in and out oi ^ Delivers top milctfe. peak 
pCTfonnance. oa reguUr low-cost gas. ^ Easier to part and lura, fun to 
drive. ^ Cosu less lo buy. ur lew to operate, benau • . . heoaible . , . hpm 
ll'a Your New D i m ooiioo ia Motoriai 
Loofc and 1-cam today U • • •, 


o dialin^iahad produef e^ 

■IBAM VAULKB 41 fO.kS UMITEO 

Aawfftiiiaioi osar ruaisMu « amana r isf !•< 
rati aaisa oa tr mi aaniabisT ot itinta catui 


DOMINION MOTORS LTD 

roTBor Blaiialiard 


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SOO.OOO Take Ceasus 


ir Soinenir 


qualify tor aiMtstanrr and nwnar* of *prup*^y In R.<' 
iMdk-al briMtlia urwlar R.C. PruW VIM • man and wlfa 
wrlfara rrfutattona (*anrm( havr )nlnt own^rahlp 

Tha dalegatkm aian a«kad ■ propart). 

(hai iha provtnrlal Public 

SrbttolN Act and rha Munp-ipal MW TRMKh 

An be alirtad*tn alltiw wivaa Sdanilala calculala tbal a 
of vaierana puirhaalnp prop Iraa will aoak up a» murti a* 
arty urtdar VLA to vota In ail 1 1.000 tiMia of wairr In HulMirtf 
munkipai alartiuru, aa jolnl { ona lun of wmxL 


MAR LOW TON. Mont. 
(API ^ tWlaa NoMbart 
•wwabad and out rawi» a 
•Mioinrti Jl^wNbra iapniwoo 
«4u(, la bU Ibrnal alncw |W 
t.iuun latiMdna la IML 


MUfiSOuW lUPU A half 
milHun canaua tmkara (raval 
Ung by halkoplar. auiomoMla. 
horaarart and raindaar «kd. 
fanned out over tba Soviet 
Union yaaterday In (ha first 
Ruaalan canaua in 30 yaara. 

Tha Communlat party newo 


paper Pravda aald the eanaua cauied by war and rerorutnie> 
taken were groeied rheerlully tion ainre ttSi. 
everywhere aa they queatlaned Between now and Jan. Zl 
peopM at home, at work and the tovemmeai wOl gather up- 
linord tralna. icHlate informallon an how (h# 

The •■enaus was expected to Soviet Unlofi't eatimated 300 
reflect the cnighty population 0011.000 populaliofi U spread 
upheavaia which have bean out 


SAVE at the 
Bay’s Old Fashioned 
JANUARY 


Dw>l> Hfore Houra: Monday Through ftalurday. t a.m. to ft.St 
Open FiHday. 9 a.ni. to 9 p.m. 


KVfr-ISlI 


January Sale Continues Friday, SEE tbe 4-pafe supplement in Wedne»day’s Times and Colonist 
for all the mid-month Gearance and Sale Values. # Shop by phone, shop by mail, shop in person 

^ ^ The Bay’s Annual January 

Fur Sale Continues Friday 

a T' ^ * Tha hent fur x-nlwea. guanalerd hy the worM’a oMoal fur tmdtng eonapnay. 

Russian Squirrel Stoles (dyed) 

U ^ \ Olamour -CoMfort— Luxury -and at ao little coaT Portrait stolea. chtirh 

n W V capea and cape atolei to r«imptomem your new Spring ward- 

.n nattering are tbraa siolfa dyed tn ahadaa I 

^din T \ of rharraal and brown. Rarb jL m t/ 

\ Only lU dewa 

Muskrat Back Trotter and V 4 Length 


Delicious 

Scandinavian 

Smorgasboard 


Scr>ed W you from an aiirai'tlve 
Smorgaahnrd taW* treah flah 

lalad cold mcaia ftah artd delk loua 
hot dWhea Bmerag? ’^idrd. dea 

lert extra 1 lb 

All ynn ran eal far only ^ 


Skilfully deatgned from chetrr Mipple pelt* . . . i-hooae from our aele«i»on 
of bordfr deaigna with thoar flattering ripple bark. nnaU , 9-U /\/\ 
ahawt coAara and dreaay cocktaji ruffa. ShadM of black dia- I ^4^4 

mond and Labrador. Slxaa 13 H cellarilvery. RaHi A. k/ 

Only $M dawn 

Muskrat Back Jackets (dyed) 

I'.Sagance and comfort In thu Ittile Jarkei ctaaalc . . . tlalterlng lengtha of 29T* 
and 3T* Styled In the "cMc^ casual and the popular bonfir design. Soft 
and tuxuiioua petta akilfulty atyled with that important touch 9 P' /\ 
of elefsnre. Stars IfblD coUeclIvely. I 

Oidy Sid dowa 

Muskrat Side Jackets (dyed) 

A feather weight lacket ta suit every oceaaion. Warmik without weight 3S 
and 77 Inch lengtha. Styled for the fashion wlar with the flattenng t (<p>a 
hark. amaO shawl coUar and dressy cocktail cuffa. .Shades of 9*9 rir\ 
mink 21. Seafoam and Cliarlone Slaea HXSn rollecflvel) ^ 

Only 914 dawn 


HI IIMO.SW RA\ tOMPANT. 
Olymplr Rtwim, lonec mala 


Oa kale 1 Hinir Only 
mr W1dle Quanmiee 
1^x4 — Perxannl Ubap 
ping Onlyt 


Terry Tes TeweU 

Ahoorbent. Ihiref). hnt free terry 
with cntorfaat gav. mulll atrtpra. 
Sise aiOO 4^4 


BAjrt' Car Coats 

Rubbertaed rayon <er mata wiih but- 
ton from, two porketx. full uuiit 
lining and aelt i-ollar It U keep him 
dry and wann be«au*e ii'a waterproof 
and %vlndproot. >et It can be waahed 
with aoap and water Rlue. tan, frey, 
and nav> Sue« 9 and 10 onh *>90 
Hfin-ial •) 

Ml lUatN-R RAY (OMPANV. 


Ml IMONW RAY f'OMPANV. 

amptea. Brd 

Car CosluoRs 

C'omfonable. even wedge cuehtons 
that are fUled wUh a new a^t ma- 
terial and ate rpvwad with stuinly 


Clearance of Limited Quantity Furs 


AU'WooI Orion BatVy Kniti 

OeararMe from atprfc nf k>ng-alee>e 
ptillmer and «efdlgan at>lea Brnbeit 
title and twlnr range Small * 1 x 00 
pnt« Reg 74»af^»M PhO 

Moe-lsl O 

Ht IMO.NYi RA1 ('O.MPANV. 


Cups and Snneert 

Hrafton Rngliah bone china rupa and 
aaiKwra that are regularb 2.S0 t 10 


Ml unonw may (x>mpany. 

rMnawnre. grd 

Foan Rubber Cbips 

Make >mir own ruahlena or chiMien « 
Inya . . . chips are soft and QO^ 
reollent 1 lb (tarkage flp>r1al Ov 
Ml 0d6NW RAY CTIMPANV. 

draperVa, 41k 

Flyinf Helicopicr 

Thla rotnole control brlicopter wtara 
through the air Hour* of * •• 
fun for the children Hperlol 1 

Ml nNONW RAY tOMPANV. 
Wya. lower mala floor 

36-loch CoHon PiirU 

W'aahable. «-o4orfa»( apnng colora. 
For apron*, dre aa ea. curtalrw. OTO 
Hpertal. yard 

Ml ItuON'R RAY COMPANY. 

ptece good*, fod 


Correspondence Envelopes 

ftendard hualneo* sue envehqw^ 
come In a box of HU Ideal for OQ^ 
general u«e HpeciaL box '>9 

HI l»HOVn RAY (t)MP.YN>. 


OddaeMts S to Off 

Sport ahlrt*. dreaa thtrU. acarvea. 
hankie* idraaticaUy reduredi; ablrta 
and dr awe i* 'Fngliah tnteiiork>. 
{pwelleri and leatb^ goods 

HI DMIN'N RAV (4>MHAN%. 
meo's fornivlitogs. mala 

Wentberstrip Sets 

Wood and foam rubber enough for 
average door. Laay to matal) OQe 
keeps heat In h p srlol. (wi 

Ml DHONW RAY (YIMPANY 
kaoaewafi*. bmer malo 


from the BAY’S Food Market, lower main 

Cboice No. 1 Qnalily 

New Zealand Lamb 

New Zealand Lamb Le«t. Ter IR. Oa/ 

New Zealand Lamb 5^touk)era. Per IK 45 

tjimha (whole). Per tK 69 


^eraoaal Rkoppiag 0«lj 
Na Ptmae Orders, Pteaae 


The Bay’s Annual January White 
SALE continues Friday with a 


Ajriacr FIcnusb 

Pears lS*os, 


15-ot. tins, Dcwldst Cat 

Green Beans 


Breaatg. 


Aycr'i AlLWool Blankets 

•Saaa. aparlal. each 9 

niS4, NpertM. each 1 1 

Huffy soft ail wool ptir . white 
with colorfast border* and whipped 
edge* Save now at the Ray ’• Annual 
Sale, you’ll he gUd you did 


Instant Coffee 


4-ot. dns, Libby’s 

Tomato Juice 


IS-os. tins, Aybncr Fniicy 


Cream Style 
Com 


Aylmer Tomato Soup 
Aylmer Vegetable 

Soup lO-oi. tnu ^ for ^ 


Kenwood All-Wool Blankets 

Cloeely woven and warm with a 
thtrk aoft all-wool pile Heathertene 
with colorfasi horoera and whtoped 
adgea. Slae 4V>xh4 ^hS 

hperial. each 4 


Aylmer Peas 

15-sx. tins Ayhner’s 

Fruit CocktaO 


CoUrfasI Nylon Blend 
Blankets 

Nylon and rayon with a Ihkk fluffy 
lutp and Mtin bound ends Stxe 
73x04 Color* to rhooae from 
>e|low. pink. Wue. green. {fpR 
flame and rhartreuae Aperial O 


Florida Grapefruit 5 for 


Peaches 15-oz. tins 









!$land for^coBt^ 


I — Ey 3^4 III 


IIJO fjit •• I «.m. 

FiStoHal fX S4m or CV Sm 
CUTutabo* • . . • E\' M73ft 

•p«na ••*.•• CV »7QU0 


cloudy^ Bhowern^ 
coniinuing mild 


yanrouri^r l$latuV$ l^efuling A'eicjpaper 1858 


Ao. 2<^I01#l YEAR 


VKTORIA, BRITISH COLI MKIA, FRIDAY, JANt'ARY 16, 1959 


swo;oorrnmi~Si 


VANCOI VKR (CP)~Bail W tlM.OM. tlie 
kIcbeM ev^r aet by Britliib Columbia mrU, wm 
|N» al«l Thuraday for tbr n4«««r of a Vaarouwr 
mao Md ou aarrottr rbarxra. 

Ball for BIrvr BobaHi waa la Ibr form of 
Sl'VMi la Oomlaloa of Caaada boad% aad reoJ 
ratato from hU brotbrr. Aadrro Bobark. aad 
S^OOt la roal mlalo from CaroMar Vlteaxa. 


7 Won H Sell Out 
To Americans^ 


j HAVANA (UPI) — Fidel Castro, whose 
' Cuban regime is under sharp criticism In the 
I United States for its executions of Batista sup- 
porters. said yesterday, ‘*I won’t sell out to the 
Americans, nor will I take orders from them/* 

Tho lirorOrd Cuban Irada r 
apoba oui baforo a crowd path- 
arad at iha Hoial Nacienal lok 
kmrlnc a frowtnf wav# of US. 
confrraakmal proirsi <appad 
bv a demand for a United No 
Invealtgailon of the ax 
erullona tE Cuba 
SKMABK ran ATS 

Aaked In a wrttlan inquiry 
wliath^ ha had darlarad. at 
reported, that **300.0UU frtnt«a 
will die’* if the United Siataa 
aenda Marinaa to Cuba. Caatro 
aald ha had made the aiata- 
ment In the eourao of a privaia 
convarMtlon with five or aU 
frtettda but that he had not In- 
tended the remark for publica- 
tion. 

He aald the remark waa not 
Intended aa an offtrial atate- 
meni 

Caatra aald he regretied 
*1lee" betng loW In the United 
Statea by “poimnana" about 
me the Cuban revoluttonary 
fo v emment The rebel leader 
who haa alrtMtcly nitkized the 
United Statea for Ctvtng aid to 
the Baltoia refime. aald he 
thoufht the US. had 'learned 
Ms Icaaofi** about Iniervontlon. 
rmss SY C Noita 

”Wa are Ive* up our aa»e 
cbotce and ae we don't expert 
the United State# to make the 
aacue nUaiake tkUerventlanl 
afaut.'* Caatro aaM. 

Caatra cpoke a kartly after 
the revolutionary fove m ment 
aet up death rode :a lefali/e 
the aaeeutkm of folloorera of 
Baileta. Throufhout the da> 
revolutionary fliinf tquada 
went methodically about the 
work of etbninalinf convicted 
''war cTtmlnaJa " In Oricfiie 
province. It men were re- 
ported executed yeeierday. 
brtnffnf lo 23i the known lotal 
fur thia week 
aOASkS ANO ux 

Caatro appeared hoarae and 
III Hie appearance wae in 
dtrert defiance ef the ardera 
of hie doctor, adio aald he 
a^M contract pneumonia U 
he did not remain In bed 

Tite new death regulatlone 
prmWIed for capital punuh 
ment for all memhera af the 
armed forrea and of ao-mlled 
repreaalona mrps who have 
committed crtmea Included in 
ihia catefory were inform 
era** who committed rrtmen 
"durinf either the eatabUah 
ment ar In defence of the 
iBaiuta> -refime overthrown 
Dec 31** 

aiUJNO tJOUAUZSO 

Prime Mlniaier Jane Mlro 
Cardona told a televlaed newa 
conferance that the council 
of mlnleiera at Ita laat alitlnf 
amendod the Cuban conatitu 
Hon to permit apptlcatlon of 
the death penalty aa apectfled 
above. 

Thua. exeiution of “war 
fTtmlnala** will ito looter mean 
a aimple act ef “revolutionary 
tuatice" but will be In com- 
pliame with conatltuHonal 
atatutea 

('aatro haa emphaalred that 
*war crunee * iriala muaf mn 
Hnue fhmufhout the i«i«nd 
until the laat veatlfe ef the 
Raitata tyranny la eliminated. 


committee uld laat nifht he 
expected the United Siatet to 
name a new ambaaaodor to 
Cuba "momentarily” to convey 
US. concom ever maaa exacu 
Ilona being condurted by the 
rctlBw of ndat Caatto. 


Soffpni Stroke 

In fraH phyakol oondtiWm 
recently. General of iha 
Army George C Marahall 
ye a terday auffered a ttrake 
rtaarrlbad aa “mild.” Om of 
the grant leader! of tha 
Allied forrea and poaiwar 
architect of the Marshall 
Plaa Geo. MarshalTa eondt* 
tMwt at Tori Bragg. N.C, 
army hopitaL waa “aanafao- 
lacy.” 


CIUDAD TRUJILU). On- 
mimcan ftepubUc 'UP1> Pul- 
gencio Baltota yeaterday de- 
nounced ridel Caatro for 
executing hla foea and rauatng 
a “river af Mood” lo flow tn 
Cuba 

The depoeed Cuban preil- 
dent, now Uvtng In exile here, 
aald the wave of exet-uilona 
in Cuba waa *'a aymptom af 
barbaiiam." 


Farewell and Hello 


FarpwcU saluU lo Lt.-Col. Thomas de Faye, front of 
platform, is given by First BatUlion. Princess Pa- 
tricia’s Canadian Light Infantrj-. on rainswept parade 
ground at Work Point. Ceremonial yesterday marked 
handing over Battalion command to Ll.-Col. James C. 


Allan, at right of review-ing stand. Also present on 
platform were Brig. Cameron B. Ware, commander of 
the First Canadian Infantry Brigade Group, and Brig. 
J. W’. Bishop, B.C. Area Commander. 


Parliament Opens 


Glittering Ceremon 


If infer Jo/j* Assured 


Striped Pants and Mink 

* * * Debate to Be^n Monda 

Throne Speech On .Major Throne Speet 


Work wltl start immediately on $136,000 la pro)ccti 

for tha beautification of Greater Victoria. Evarrtt 

Brown, chairman of the (!apdai Improvement District 

Commiasion. said last nifht. 

PmtAru. -« 4 « tK* lUuwnily tha CIDC allocatad 

, Pro)»cta agrwad la by tha — 

eowuntaalBfi which Inrludaa **^7, t! n *5*"*^** 

municipal rapraw-oiattvaa. arc: 

WManIng. grading, paving •• naatan ma raru 

and canamirtitai af twa pack- 

lag baya alang tha Oak Bay Tha gavanunanl aliowad 
Galf l*hib aadlon af Baarh |3n0tfU0 far rapiul city h»- 
Drtva ta Ncwparl Avamic. pravamaota M |4a badgat far 
VO nos tha currant hacal yaar and 


OTTAWA (CPI — High- 
Hfhtfl of the iipeech From 
the Throne rend at the 
opening of Parliament: 

Naw pro)acta for natkmal 
davatnpmafit wlh ba placad ba- 
fora ParUamam. 


A cwiinbutory ptan af mad- 
leal banaflia for dvM aarvanta 
wtU ba p ropwacd. 


Amandmatii la inticamMna 

lawf wiu ba peapoaed. 


VINCENT MASSKY 
• . . parxixtcni iHiza 


■naMM) lor ana yaar af tha In- {..atUlatlon wiU ba iniraducad 
■a^a^lM provtnclaJ ahara „ .mj^amant racanl dactalona 
r panioatal Incoma tax rav Inlarfwiionol Bank and 

lua givw WM yaar. Iniamallonal Manaiary f^md 

* * * la Inrraaaa thatr ta m a r ei a. 

saody af flnaarlii raMMiaa a a a 

Iba fadami aad Tha govarnmam daploraa 

** ^ ^ ^**— *« aia wIR ba RuaaUn action on tha Berlin 

altuatlon. 


P«y IHsputm Tkresf 
Tm Whaling .Smw#ii 

(Psft 2l 


Flamintj; ell 
Under Control 


Tradition of Centuries 


Tha aaaalonupaning care Aftar ffwy had gatharad ba- 
many foUowad tha canturMa- hind tha hor at tha roar of 
old Rritlah Iradmon. tha Sanaia. Mr. Mamay prw 

Oovarrtor - Ganaral Maaaay. f*vadad to read tha thrnna 
whaaa larm U axpactad la ax- *paa<h. flnlahlng tha Kr^Hxh 
ptra naxl 5laptatnhar after a ^eixlnn In 11 minuias and tha 
record T» yaara, arilved on raodlng In Frandi Ui 

Parliament ifltl m hla cloaad ■nnthar 30 ndnutaa 
•tala carriage drawn by four Tha aaramony wat rarordad 
horaaa. Wearing a cloak over **T talavialnn for hrnadraat In 

thf evening 

Although It waa an avant 
railing for colorful evening 
draaaea and fur wrap# lor 
woman guaxia M waa a work 
Ing day for Mrx. Jean Caaaal 
man. Introdvrad to tha Com 
morw later ax the new Pm 
graaelw Conaarvatlve maenbar 
for Grenville Dundax. Ont 

Mrx. Caaaalman. tha Cam 
•Aona' third woman mamoai . 
won tn a September byelactton 
the Beat formerly held by her 
huxband. who died laxt May 10. 

In a uaanlmoua artlaai. tha 
Commona ranppointad Charlaa 
E. Rea < PC- Toronto Spadinal 
ax Its daputy chainnan. In 
the abaenca of Deputy Spaaktr 
PWcTa Savigny, hix >ob la to 
praeide whan tha Cammona la 
In mmmittae of fha whair 

111# Com mon o alaa paid Irttk 
Ilia tn two former Prngraaalve 
C o naa r vattve Mft who diad 
Binra PartlanAnt proraguad 
laat Sept. S 

Thay war* Vsl Yaevia In 
'^prfhgflaM. Man . and C R. 
Larkyar in Tomnta Trinity, 


f AUtARI iCPi — An all 
waft bumtns wild In north 
aoMem Brlllxb jolamklo 
•toaa laal Mondoi haa bran 
brangM nndar rontral. affl 
rtot* af Pan Amerlaan 
P ^rafrum Carporallan an- 
wan need. The company mM 
Ika Maae wm extlngulalwd 
earlier Tkurxday and the 
wIM well waa abut In. Two 
men were hilled when Iba 
rife began kanda». 


StUl Cimt 
Of Reefs — Hilcoyan 

(Pkga 31 


Incraaaed federal expendi 
lure on the Trana-C'anoda 
Highway wtil be recommended 


A apadal Common* commit ♦ a a 

lee win he xet up to ravleWr ('hxngee wtll ba aaught In the 
broadcaxtlng policy and opera Export Credits Inaursrtce AH. 

which Insuiea Canadian ex 
* * * pertera agalnet non payment 

LeglatBilnnwIUhainlmdured ^ f«»elfn huyerx. 
tn Inxiituie farm nop inxur 
anre in conJiinHIon with any 
pmvinree that nan/)t. 


Molag$e$ Floor/ af *19 
Reralled in Bottan 
(Pigs 121 


WASHINGTON t CPU .Sen 
Wayne Morae, chairman of the 
Seruite foreign rvlatlonx aub- 


If Toronto Secs Saucers 
It Won’t Be Imagination 


Parliament will he x«ked to 
re\lew and nrvlxe farm iredM 
leglBlaHon lo make it nmre 
affective. 


4’ourl Trouble, 
Negroe* Vrged 
(Psga 131 


OTTAWA aTt 


Any per Prwlplca embodied In tha 

b. pravn 

think they xea a flying xauttr . 

in ih. n»i fn. mnMh. may *'» 

weU be rtihi. undertaken. If the morhlrra 

Informanlx aald Thursday does wmIl there U a good poo- 
Canada'B flying saucer, under aibimy it will he ma«x pro- 

"» unH« 

arhrdulad to lake to the air for . . 

the flr»f lime In May or June. perhaps for the 

■'Flying .Saorar” la not a mix- Army The UJi, took 

nomer herauxe the Buck financing of the project 

Rogeriah rnachma round. •"■^wtthdrew after 

about IS feet in diameter and M.Wintxt to ^,(100.. 

carrlaa two ar three men ^ *• 

Avro AlrrreP Umlted of The flying xaurvr lx designed 
Malion, near Toronto, the com- lo lake off and land vertically, 
psny developinf Ihe unique Ii would be shle In hover Ilka 
vehicle, lx not yet sure u will a hellcopier or dan off Ir any 
fu net Ian. (dlrartloii al subaonlc apaai. 


/aM^sI Index 
Of (warden Notr» 

(Psge 241 


Legislation will he Introduced 
M encourage the flow of pn 
vste funds into mortgagea for 
bauxing 


LONDON I Apt TTie Soviet Industrial production, the 
govern m ent aald Thursday pew xtirvey aald. waa up lA per 
duetkm moved ahead In Rwa^ cent compared with 1197. It 
*la during IfN*. with output added 

honated In everything from jtteel output rt xe seven per 
lelevlalan sett to trsctorx cent lo a Rr<tre of 54jnn.nnn 

A auvey Issued by the gov ten* Iron ora production wax 
arnment'x central xtallatlral MjnflilOo lana. tSSL ItS. 
board wax broodcaat by Ra di o 0nn.0n0 ton* and oB t13.Q0n.0n0 
M n aeaw. It pointad a rosy plr tdnx 

ture of production targaia out- They turned out moro Waal 
stripped by workers who col furnacoo. steel shops, turbine 
leried more pay and worked generators, trucka. automw 
shorter hours. ■ Mloa xnd tractors. 


TAPE CANAVKRAI. Fla 
<APl An Atlas mlaalle roared 
ipo r eward Thursday night tm 
the start of another Iniercon- 
llnenlal-^ge ftlght. 

The sinBirre hoped to shnat 
the giant rorkat 4,000 mtloa 
acrooa tha Atlantic. 


Tha Idartlon Act will he re 
viewed hy a Cornmnn* mm 
miiiea with a view ta latat 
kflafatton. 






«•»> »» » w>ic» 







(EMTAKUMHKO 19M) 


No. 2^101ni YKAR 


VKTORIA, KKITISII COLniKlY, FRIDAY, JANI ARY 16, 1959 


SECOND NEWS SECTION 


Opinion on National Flag for Canada 

It by ninelem>yf>ar«old RjhI ICnKign with k«f art in one comer bi what It‘« the mapie leaf forever and altogether for 

think we should have jOng-ttme logger E. S. Hayden would like to see Onnan-bom fisherman Henry Barten, a Canadian 

e to see each province waving at) over Canada. Logging sinre 1932. Mr. navy veteran and 30-year citiarn. **I figure a maple 

lid The Dally Cokmist. Hayden. 1518 Myrtle, came to Canada from Tmland leaf." he nya. “We can still be loyal to the Com- 

In 1928. numwealth and have our owm flag.*’ 


Everybody seems to have own opinion about 
national flag for Canada and Puniab-bom Sundhcr 
Mrmal, a fork-lift operator, says. “I certainly think 
we should have our own flag^the red ensign should 
be made official.** 


Committre Froiais on Plan 
To Honor All Ex~Mayor$ 

Hoiu(c«(lon that all Kvlag fanner mayars af 
Victoria. a<»w and la futnre. Mumkl be made freem^a 
af the city failed ta nia favor from eity eoaacU 
fiaanrr romaiitfer ye«lerday. 

The saggeRlHMi was aiadr bv S. B. Kbaw. 

**1 iMak II would be a mistalke la make It eat 
aad dried ar aalomalie." saM AM. Awilhi Curtis. **l 
don't thlak every aiayor sbonM be a Ireraiaa. er 
every beutenaat-gov eraor ar governor- general.** 


Premier 


Gaglardi 

Rides 

Again 


Around the Island 


I Ther* <• no4 g»int to be a nonmana orvrmpfnenu 

br «s)d 

tbra^yesr rteriMw be ssrt. the 

Bui I sm not asyint wheihrr ; n »uuM Is«< alwtul wght 
It will br s iour>«sr or fivs- wrrk* with thr usual nuaber 
yesr rtrrfion.- ot *«u»e« 

THRkr vkaRk Afio Krrp iw rmv n 

"Tbr Alghl •iitinss sM-^ <^r 
rrnrrat puMtr to krrf» tn lotirh 
Sfxt «rr Ihnr pntvHvisl perils 
ment in •esilon " he ««ui. 

He ptwitned thst the budget 
»nuU1 be brnugbl down Keb S 
The premier would not mm 
meni on the •••nieni* nf the 
Thnuie •pee«-h »hb-h will be 
delivered bv Ijeulensnl Gover- 
nor Frank Ho«< when the ksiw 
biiMre open* the third iitmg 
of the 2%th kgleisiure st 1 p m. 
Ttiurads^ 

But It W fetwrslly under- 
stood Ihst It will be s "labor'* 
sevslon with the govern- 
ment Introdurlng new Iswa 
to tighten labor legtslsilon. 
affecting both labor arw] 
SMnagefnent 

P ower pnllde* of the govern- 
ment wriil undoubtedly eome 
under Hre. wdth tbe opoositinn 
lifted up for a mncerted atUt-lc 
on Wenner Gren devektpment. 
Tbe CnhimMs ^er«u« Peace 
Riter powei abouht pinduie 
some hoi deh.t;r 
SHAWKM pot H'\ 

It •« llkrlv a>me vort nf 
poUr> Mill be ee< regarding 
Frar-r River development f«tr . 
both flood control amt power 
Oppoaition members are aute 
to bring up the .*tommera r-jHw 
and |uai at aur# to rail for the 
resignation 'if Attorne>t>n- 
eial Bonner and Premier 
Bennett 

Tbe <XT ha* hrrr. traihinf 
it* guna rerrnil) on the wel- 
fare and mental health depart- 
menir rsf the aovernmetii and 
It la thtnigbl me governmetd 
ma« head off any b«g aitarka | 
hy IntriMluciion of new legtaia 
lion In lhe«e department*. ' 
PI.AN OF AITACA 
TTte Id rCF memhei* «||I 
siart mapping out their plan 
of atisrii on Tuesday ai 10 
a m when the\ atart a tondav 
pait> raiicua railed hy raucu* 
chairman Randolph Harding. 

F^ritemeni nvei the coming 
opening of llte leflnlature U 
m'lunling at ilu leglaUilve 
bulblings and tv. ia«t minute 
huaile and buaile ha- started 
Rxtra «ea«lonaI *taff hwa 
already repnrfed to work, 
deaka are being pollahed and ‘ 
rearranged and Herk* are pre 
paling for ’’moiinialna" of 
paperwnik 
EXTRA KSATW 
Extra aeata have Wen placed 
in the lefislative chamhem 
to accommodate the apeclal 
gue«a af the Hnu«e opening. . 
and the Kpeaher'a and cabinet 
mlnlaiera' ofnooa have been 
buay arranging apeclal gueal ' 
hat* 

Cabinet baa been be«|eged 
by delegallona endeavoring ta 
gel iheir btiefa beord In time 
an that tbe tegtalature may ar* 
thia aeaaton on tho propoaaLa 
oontsined la them. 


HlehwS>* Mlniatei Gaglardi 
w>’o-.« llcenre waa auapended 
for threv nuwtha «vher> tie 
ea« -ym^irted on a tpeeding 
rbarge a month ago «tU*tet 
hi* driMng Ik erne ha> k tnd«>. 

fh# motor vehkle* hiartrh 
aa«i ve«ierda\ Vtr t«ag 

laidl had appealed 'he aus 
penapm to Magtatn:*.' A 1 
THomaa who refeired il>e 
requeai to ihp moiot wl'i-h-a 
brarv h w*!kh redf -^-d the eue 
pen^ton to or>e month 

•Superintervlent George Lind 
aa> aatd 'We followed the "1 
usual procedure In matietw of aald 
Ihla kind and we feel that the may 
action we have taken la lust thin; 
and in Hne with aimlUr caaaa." i H< 
Eighteen months ago Mr. rich 
Gaglardi recu l ved a one monih not ] 
auaponaion tmm the education Grei 
committee rd MVB after two Tti 
speeding convirtlona. m one mad 
nf which It wa« alleged be —it 
travelled Sii mika an hour tbe • 


DTNCA.N' The BC Pouer pnaaeaaton r»f beer hi eourt 
Commts>ton was yesterday here yesterday, 
rnilcued hir "innumeiabte Fined frt tor supplying ono 
power failures during the laai of the leervage d^kera was 
few months." bv A P. Roderick O. Olery of Vsw 
Murlson .North Con khan ruuver. 


He said in rotimtl the stiua 
tion'was an bad he bad to 
wrrtie a letter of complalni to 
the BiTC chairman "by 
candlebght.'* durirtg a Mack 
out 

But be said he waa keeping 

the letter'a rnntenta “dark ' 
until tbe chairman r eceived it. 

**! don't know whether these 
power failures are caused by 
bresponalble engtneertng or 
general Inefficiency ' he told 
courtrU "Rut the *ervtca baa 
never been worse 
He «ald be wasnlMnterr«ied 
In exMises bsrsiflt be had 
heard them all 

Instead he called fo« "Imme 
diate' and "encrgrtii ' a«'i|iin 
to remrd> the sUuaiton. 

C'ounrlllor .'<tan Dyke one 
nf the first pMwer Commission 
cusiisners In 1837. luld munrlt 
lb* ruirent service la tbe 
“worst" yet In hla experience. 


[H'Nt'AN .Angelo Rianr% 
Q('. Vancmiver. was succeaa 
ful In getting a 19-year-oM 
Lake Cowiciian youth fraed 
from a rharga of impaired 
drtvtng. but a statement by 
the accused made voluniartly 
to the police convicted him oa 
a charpr ol baWg a minor la 
poaaeaalon of nqoor. 

Romeo Michael Karkowae 
sras picked up by* police Ml 
company with four other 
youths. In a car that had been 
driven in an erratlr mannet. 
police saM. When s topped by 
police, one constable saw a 
rase nf beer being thrown out 
of the rar 

The nest day. in the cells, 
Karkower volunleered an ad* 
miBSKNi to Coraiiahle Robert 
Fullerton that he waa the 
nwner of the beer, court waa 
loM. 

He waa fined gld on the 
posse salon charge. 


These >oung^tcni al Jameg Bay 
Elenvniary Si-honl didn't give any 
opinions on choice of fla^ hut they 
enjoy ndiearxing for arhord'a third 
annual Spiing Lawn FesUvaL Like 


many B.C. arhoola. weekly homage i« 
paid flag al James Bay — pupils itatvri 
at attention before flag and dng 
national anthem.«>(Cdlonlst photos. i 


(lanada's National FI 


A Storm Is brewing over the Iniig-awaited plan for 
the future physical develojanent at the Vkioria "capital 


Rla< k Ball fen> ('hlnortk 
returrved to the Horseshoe 
Boi -Departure Ray run vea 
terday aper five teya in dry 
dnrk for shall and pmpellei 
repshs. 


NANAIMO The annual ko 
carnival, staged by* Nanaimo 
Figuie Skating Qub. will ba 
held this year on March 31. 
II was announced yesterday. 


Union Jack, Red Ensign 
Or Brand New Design? 


Dl'NCAN - Three teen-age 
bo>s who stole tl-Ttk) worth 
of merrhandlae from the T 
Eaton Cd Duivan store, last 
weekend, had to do a liapeTe 
an from high lenskm lines to 
gain entrance to the store 
One of the boys, aged IS, 
wa* mmmitled to the Rrannan 
Lake Boys' trwtusirial School 
when he appeared before 
.Msgi*traie Co|. A C Sutton, 

The oihei two, aged IS and HL 
were remanded In Jan 31 
pending a probation ntficer's 
report 

Entrance to the store was 
gained by gomg up a fire 
«•( ape on tbe Whittome Build 
Ing. and from there one nf tbe 
b^a would have to Himb down 
onto the high temlon lines 
and swing two or three feet 
•nd through thr window of a 
men's washroom on the third 
fkior. 131# high teitalnn lines 
tvere hesvily Insulated, police Freedom nf the dty wIR bo 
mid offwially conferred on Llou- 

AH of the stolen merrhandlae teiiani-Goveinor Frank Rosa 
waa recovered at a apeclal meeting of city 

^ ^ ^ ._jm*il Feb. A AW. Austin 

Curtla announced yeateiday. 

NANAIMO Two young In the pteseftce of imdied 
girls. Christina Marl..enrtan guests the Heutenani governor 
■ and Denise MsiOrihy. both wiQ he presented with a ear- 


PARK.AV1UX A drive to 
Increase membership Is being 
rorxtucted by ParkavHle Die* 
Hid Chamber of Commereo. 

Member EiV Pureley point- 
ed out ai the first IIM meet- 
ing ihai there are a number 
of business men In the dla- 
iild who aiv not membets and 
lhai an effort ahouM be mada 
tn bring them Inm adtve mem- 
oersidp In the tnieresta of the 
CT>mmunli) . 

Sam Gough puhllcity and 
io«ir*t commit lee chairman, 
was^rrqueated to confer with 
the VIciorla Oamber of Cam- 
merce regarding an overall 
inthaclty folder lor Vancouver 
t-ltnd this year. 


A country 'a flag in a aymhnl of nationai pririe hut 
Canneta haan'l got a flag of its own. 

The Red Ensign la COn 

sioercd b\ many In be tbu gathered m an audilnrtum ar 
ronnirv 's Mnnffiriai emblem outside depending on the alre 
But BC s« bfwiirhildren of the srb4S>l or the weather. 
a<:-?rding to regulallona. are Some parent* and grotipa 
r«*qulred to salute the Union are oppfwed to the flag rere- 
J-.k once a week though the many. Ihe arhtini dt*iik-t offl 
piadire Isn't Mtowed tn all rial mM 
sihoole "Two sects In partk ular 

'•|l's one wai of having I witn'l name them have 
royahy reengnued and la fol asked that Ibelr rhlWtvn be 
lowed quite generally in our excused.' be aaW. "And we 
stboote." says John Gough, allow lhal. 
aupefintendenl of the Greater "Parenia' wishes ate taken 
Victofia School Dtatrirt. into conalderafion. arW (he 

"Regulations require all regulallona allow for exemp^ 
pupils lo aaaemble In front of tion from flag oboervanev 
the flag once a week and Juai as they do from Bible 
' >te It while singing Ihe readinga. 

' aitunal anthem ‘God Save "After all." aiM Mr Gough. 
Ihe Queen." he said. A 'Nre're md In the age of (he 
-.!'ite'' In this rase means Puritans." 
s!4o<tlng to attentinn A flag committee appointed 

'The flag ta usually the by the late Liberal govern 
Vnknn Jack . . but It could mem narrowed iia chotge of 
be a picture of the Tlag or a hundreds dnwn to i«vo Ihe 
photograph of the Queen " Red Erwtga and the 
The flag observance ran . favorite (a green maple leaf 
take pia«v each riaaeioom on a field of red for Brttain 
or wuh tba whoW school , and whito la« Franoei. 


Others Cjin 4. si 
Spare Tickets 
Fur l.eclure 


Maurlee Green, president 
mt llctnrta Rotary, Issued an 
appeal ye^niay to any per- 
son* who mny find M Impoo- 
sIMe U n«e thmr UckeU hi 
U»e John Manning twMire m 
l eniral iunlor High drbaal 
bnUckk to rrtnm them. 

The teetnre tkhrta weee 
qmekty wi a pprd «p nhen 
offered Monday, la rtew of 
the keen demand, Mr. itreen 
requeoird tkat pe n pir nlwi 
couktnt use the tk-keis ro- 
Inm them Ihl* morning to 
Kent**, Eatim’a oe the Vic- 
MmIb Preoa office*. 

I^Mdnre Maria al • p.m., 
with a maishnl Interlude pew 
re l it fig. 


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26 PAGES 


!So. 29— lOltt YEAR 


VlinrORIA, BRITISH imtMBlA, FRIDAY, JAMJARY 16, 1939 


Cuban 


Continiu 


‘/ Won ’t Take 
U.S. Orders’ 


•HAVANA (UPI) — Fidel Castro, whose 
Cuban regime is under sharp criticism in the 
United States for its executions of Batista sup* 
porters, said yesterday, "I won’t sell out to the 
Americans, nor will I take orders from them.’* 

Th» br«ntrd ('ub«n lr*dcr 
•poke uui brfof« • mmd gaih 
ar»d at iha HoiH NacioiMl fol- 
lowing • gniwlng wav# of US. 
rongrraalonal proiMi rappr4 
by a demand for a Untiad Na 
UAna Invfciigatlon of 
frultoiw in Cuba 
BKMABK eBI\ATIC 
AafcQg tm a wrWtm tnquipr 
whoihrr ha had daclarad. at 
raponad- ihat '‘jno.onn gringoa 
wiU dla** (f tha Unliad .Siataa 
aanda Manna* lo Cuba, ('aatro 
aald ha had mada tha «tata 
mani In tha rour«a of a privaia 
ronvarMlkm with fl^g or tlx 
manda but that ha had nnt In- 
landad tha nrmarfc for publlra- 
iloa 

lia Mid Iha ratnarb wa* not 
Iniandad aa an oftHdai ataia 
mant 

Caatro aald ha ragrattad 
*‘IW' baing told In tha Unitad 
.Htalaa by ‘pollilrUna*’ about 
Iha tha Cuban ravoiutlonary 
govammani Tha rabal kadar. 
who Kaa •tronft> rrltldTad tha 
Unitad Stataa for giving aM to 
tha RaiUta raglma. aald ha 
thought tha UJI. had '*laamad 
iia laaaon** about intarx-anthm. 
rBBB B% ('WOH B 

'Wa ara fraa b> our oan 
• hale* and ao wa dan I axpact 
tha UnMad fhataa fa aaalia iha 
aama miMalta ilniarvanlloni 
again ''Vavlto aald. 

Caatra apoka atiortly afiar 
tha ravolulhmary govammani 
*ai up ^ daath coda 'a lagali/a 
Iha aaacuilan of foilowar* of 
Batlata ThrtMighoui tha day, 
ravoiutlonary flnnf aquada 
want maihodiraily about tha 
work of allminattng aonvktad 
“war cTlmlnala'* In Otlanta 
provlnca. Id man wara ra* 
pnriad aaacutad yaaiarday. 
bringing la tSR tha known total 
fur Ihia waak 
HOABdB ^t» lU. 

,^'attra appaarad hooraa and 
111 Hta appanranra wa* In 

diran dafianra of tha ordar* Tarawa aartlon af Baach 
af hi* dortof. who *aid ha Driva tVtrm 
would (onirari pnaumonta If a * a 

ha did noi ramaln In bad 

Tha naw daath ragulatlnna »n«»*ki»on af •aman. loa. 
prwvidad fnr capital punUh *?“T*'T* 

mant for ail mamhar* of tha 
armad forra* and of ao^*allad 

rapra**ioo* cm pa who hava ' a a a 

rommIMad crlma* Inrtudad In ||e.ulin«allon of matina 
Ihl. rutagory war# "Inform ^rixa fram Balla%illa to Iha 
ar# who rommittad rrtmaa Dalla* Road. 

•during alihar tha antabllah boul#vard work 

mant or In dafanra of Iha giogm 
fBaii«la> raglma ovarihrown a a a 

Dar it" 

RII.I4K(i l^ilAl.lZKO '« f«*l «hU M a vary good 

Prima Mlni.trr Mlio »• |Kuv^ 

Cardona loM a lalaMMd nawa •' "IT 
ronfararua Ihat Iha rounrll ^ Worka Mlnktar 
of rnimatara at Ma laai alttlng ^ ^ 

amandad tha Cubon con-tliu prolarta with Mr 

tlnn to parmlt appUcation of 

Iha daath panaltv a* tparlfiad Mr Chant aald Iha pro)acfa, 
abova which will ba dona for Iha 

Thu* axarullon of "war CUX' by municipal workara. 
rrlminal*" wlU no longar maan will ba SA pat rant labor and 
a aimpla art of '‘ravaluilonary thouM provMW iwm month*’ 
luailca" but will ha In com wtntar amploymanl for 100 
pilanra with ron*Miut|onal man 
' aiaiuia* 

t'.*tr« ha* amphaatrad that ^ 

-war rtima* • trtata mu*l ron 

Iln.n> Ihroughoui Ih# kland ' .V 

until Iha I..I va*tlga of th« Wk ^Ihu* doaa not 

’ftetirta tyranny I* alimlnaiad ^ , ... . - 

Mr Brawn aald tha prolarii HmSdieg HiHfd of 19 
WASHINGTON I ITPI I ^ had haan *partally timad 


Suffem Stroke 


Farewell to (lommander, Hello lo .Vnotlier 

FBreweil sBlute lo Ll.-Col. Thomts de Fiye. front of Allan, at right of reviewing stam 
platform, ia given by First Battalion, Princess Pa- platform were Bng. Cameron B. V 
tricia’s Canadian Light Infantry, on rainswept parade iHe First Canadian Infantry Brigai 

ground at Work Point. Ceremonial yesterday marked J. W. Bishop, B.C. Area Commande 

handing over Battalion command to Lt.*Col. James C. salute as troops marched by. 


roconil). G#B#rol of th# 
Army Georg# C. Morsluill 
y#«t#rdBy *uff#r#d ■ Mrokt 
dMCTibod M '‘mIM" On# nf 
Ih# groat Ifodw # of th* 
Allied force* *nd pootwar 
•rctUteci *f the Marohall 
PUn. G*n. Mar«haU*« fnA- 
tkm at Fort Bragg N.C,, 
army haaplUL waa * Mttafoo 
lary." 


Parliament Opens 


Glitterins Ceremony 


inter Jolts Assured 


Striped Pants and Mink 

* * * * ♦ * * Debate to Begin Monday 

rhrnn<^ .Siwftrh 


OTTAWA K'P' Striped But Parllameni l*n*1 ruahing 
pant* and mink, and a nviay *'• laMi. at le**i for th# 
group af Common, member*. J"** 

marked the gitiienng cere^ Comman. will bnafly In 
manv of the opening af a new afternoan la ap^. 

•ewuon af P.rhament Thura ^ 

the traditional addrea in reply 

^ lo the throne a peech. Ita KNIay 

(Ktye^r General M.tray 

the .Speech from the i4<mday when paiiy 

Throne probably f^ the last , he floor The 

Ume -to Senate and Common* <;^naie la adfourned until 
member* assembled In the red y\|^Mlay night 
carpeted Upper Chamber and Tburwlay. .Vnait 

ceremony. I'ommon* member* 
theiT beat formal Hnerv returned to ihetr own chamber 

But for the nr«t few p«ra down the halt in weirnme four 
graphs of the »peech he had n^w member* ihiwen In b> 
to contend with s penlatent etociinns since th# last *e**lon. 
buxT nf noise from ebullient to hear Inhuie* tn two 
Cnmmon* memhers at the rear fnrmer member* whn died 
of the rhamhei. many af lliem dnre then 
gieeimg each other for th# And Utei In th# day the Sen 
first lim# Mme the test session gte learned It ha* three new 
erutod Sept 6 *enaioi* appointed by Prim# 


OTTAWA tCPl — Hlfh- 
Ufhta of the Speech from 
the Thrane read at the 
Opening af Parhament 

New praiacts for national 
development wUI be placed be 
fore Pat llament. 


A contributory pl»n nf med- 
ical berwhts fnr ctvU servant! 
will be proposed 


A m endment tn sntlcomMn# 
law# wlU b# prnpo#ed 


Artton will b# proposed to 
allmtat# -dlarrlmlnatory' *f 
fens af the lecenl It pcrcenl 
raB freight rate inrrea*# 


VINCENT MA5.«t£Y 
. . , persistent huax 


The govemmenl will a«k e« 
lenslen for one vear of Ih# in- 
ertias# In th# prtirinclal thar# 
af peraonal IrKvim# tax rev- 
enue given las* year 


l.egislatwn will b# Intioduced 
to implement recent dedilnns 
af the tmernaitonal Bank and 
Iniematlonol Monetary Fund 
to lncrea«e their reMMirres. 


Pay OijpufF Threat 
To W hating Seaeon 
(Pag* 21 


FUmiitfi H ell 
Under Control 

CAUiAMY ICPI — Aa Ml 
well burning wild In north 
eaMern BrNtoh < at um bla 
since ImI Annday has beea 
hrwnght ander i antft, affl- 
MaK sf Pan Amerltoa 
pet r Meotn f srpoTaftoa an- 


Tradition of (ienturirs 


The government deplore* 
Ruasion action on tho Berlin 
situation 


Summit Still IpooI 
Of Rpfi* ^ ,lf iJIcoyiiM 
(Pgg* 31 


old Rfitlsh tradition the .Senate Mr Masaey pro 

Governor General Msssey. reeded to read the ihitme 
whose term la expected to ex- *pee<*h, finishing the EngH«h 
pti# next 5topiembei after a '♦•Mon In H minute* ar>d the 
record 7** year*, anived on reading in French In 

Parllameni HiM In hi* rln*ed •»**>►'#• 30 minute* 

•tale carriage diawN by four The ceremony wa* rwoided 
hoise* Weertng a cloak over 'elevtsion for broadcast In 
hu ealorful ttale uniform he evening 
reviewed a lOO man hon«ic Although It wa* an event 
guard af the Governor -Oh* calling for oi>lnrful evening 
eral'a Foot Guard* white a dresaes and fur wraps for 
31 gun Mlui# boomed women gueoia, li wa* • work- 

Then he P'««^ Inio he Inlrnduced to the Com 

Pirllanwni lowing to the a. Ihe new Pro- 

^rorw In the Vnato chamber, Cnmmrvative member 

Th# Benaie. teriil#man u.h^ Grenvllto Dunda*. Oai 
of Ihe Mack rod .Ha) t' R 

l.amoureux. wa* *enl lo Ih# Casaelman. th# Com 

t'ommona chamber to pound •«»•»»’ third woman memnri. 


Increased federal expendi- 
ture on th# Tranwe'anada 
Highway wilt be recommended 


lal e cwa dwa l agree meal 
ihsutd be readied sbsrlly to 


A special Commons commu- 
te# will be aet up to reiiew 
brnodcaatlng policy and opera 
ttonii 


Chief R rtfpg Note^ 
Heof Ring Hit$ Rood 
(Pig* S) 


Change* will b» soughi In ih# 


th# blaae was #stl*igwl*hed 
eaiRar Thursday and Ihe 
srHd well wa* shut la. Twe 
n*ew were killed whea lb# 
fir# bsgaa kuwday. 


Export Credits Irwurance Art. 
which Insures Canadian #x 
porter* sgalnst nan payment 
L^itlsrlnn will he tnirodumd foreign buyeis 
to Insiitute farm crop ln*ut ... 

ar>ce In rnnjurtrtlnn with any 
province# Ihat wtnt ir 


Recalled im Botton 

fPig* 121 


Parliament will be a*ked to 
review aruj revl*# farm rradii 
leglslalloa to make it mar# 
effertiv#. 


C.ourt Trauhle, 
Negroev i rged 
iPmgt m 


CA Atlas satellit# praject a summon 
propsgarwla etuni ’ L<owar H 

This la an Infringement on. 
an Individuara fr## speech " 

MM Mrs Buell ‘Ti's these . . 

little nihhies that can eat swav A 4 
all our freedom. W# muat fighil ' /mil 
every step of the way.’ 

Sqdn. Ldr Oarerww Goode ¥ 

mM It wasn't Prime Mlnlsiei 1|| 

Diefenbaker'a fault at all The 
whoto trouble Mama, he aald, CAPE 
from -Mtottc thinking at old (AP> / 
llm* dvU servants who art apacewa 
dv#d*ln thwwoni LI b # r.a I A ' th# Mar 
Olefenhaker and other Con tlnerrtal i 
aervative# ai» not resporulble Tli# ai 


imiett Index 
Of Carden Note$ 
(P«g* 341 


l-^gtslaikw will be mrroduced 
ta erreourag# th# flow of prt 
vat# fund# Into mortgages far 
houMng 


LONDON lAPr The Soviet Iruluatrial produetkm the 
government said Thursday pro- Mirvey mM. was up 1A per 
ductlon moved ahead Hi Run- rent rompoi-ed wllh 1IS7. It 
ala during I9M. with output added 

boosted In everyihlng from Steel auf|ml rose seven per 
television set* tn trsrtors. cent to a figure of MJOOOno 
A survey laaued by the gov ton* Iran nr# production was 
arnmenCs central Mallstkal BgArsi.QOO ton*, coat 4M 
board wa* broadcast by Radio noo.onn tons aiM Ml IHOno.nvi 
Moscow. It painted a rosy pic- tons 

lure of produrtkm largMs out Ihev turned out mor# Meat 
•tripped by worker* who roi furnaces sie#l ahapa, turbln# 
lecied mare pay and worked generators, irucfca. automo 
abofler bourt. iWlaa aad (rartora. 


Proilaton* for Mrenglhening 
federal legislation against oh 
•ren# llleralure will h* sought 


Th# Electton Art will b# re 
viowad by a Common* ram 
mltto# witk a vtow ta laiar 

iBgMtttoa.