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Professor Quits Toronto Post 


Country 


tender hi* (h«or>- *‘•11 d*- 
cl«ion« wouM havr lo h* 
foi ih* bettmneni »( ih« 
worM M • whol« since the 
Mtlon would not be sepsiated 
by (eocraphloal er pollticsl 


**and I hope to around 

me ■ few other fooU." 

He coils his theory lem< 
porsllsm. 

He ssKl there would be ono 
osilon for each month of the 


pondlnt to their month of 
binh. there would be no bar* 
her* of colot. rtUfloa poUtioa 
and language. 

“W# need something like thia 
a* a counter to Marnlnm.** ho 


temporslism may. one dsy 
"throw even the United States 
out the window.” 

*1 have resigned from my 
post St tbe nnlvortlty. rffoc* 
Uvo the, end of this year. I 


married and haa four dhU- 
dten. Me Is s rraduate of tho 
Univorsiiy of Weetam Ontario 
and of lha Uatveralty of Tw 

ronto. 

He leachoa mctral and politt. 


TORONTO tCPi ~ A Uni- 
ventty of Toronto phllosophv 
profaaaor startled a Home and 
School panel diacusslon Thurs- 
day night when he announced 


organizations in which there 
would be 12 nsUons snd people 
WfMild belong to one sccording 
to the month ia which they 
were bom 

*T‘m • foot** said Professor 


know 1 will be 


TWppfioHp — fe*r 3-4 11 } 
11 JO p m. to • ajn. 

F.dHonal £V ^A3m or ty 3«n» 
ClrctttaUon . • • . rv SflTA 
Spans EV S7000 


Forecaatn cloudy^ 
light rain 

tUetalls ea pog« H 


Vmttcourer ItUmd* $ /Vdirapapetr SifiM 1H58 


26 PAGES 


VMTORIA, BRmSH t:OIA;MBIA,^ SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1959 


aO^IOUt YKAR 


Finance Minister 
Proved Correct 


Civil Service 
Streamlining 
Shakeup Urged 


Rnerr>' romml«ion. At left it 
«imilar unit without ro\er. Fountain 
pen fivei idea of tize. (AP 
Photofax. 1 


Vast porkdt atomk* powrr plant, at 
h^t, tuma tiny pio^ior and light* 
miniature butb on stand at centre 
tkinng demcdbitration by \}S. Atomic 


member f-^irr-L««ion. espeited 
to ie»d ta the first big r^slnn 
In I he Civil .Service Art slnre 
lups«<(s;e in IPtS, was tabled 
fa thr roanmofw by Prims Min- 
trtsr Dtefenbaker. 


Proilitred for $ 2 (H) 

Five-Pound A-Generator 
Works on Nuclear Waste 


o. c. yoNfui 


$ 2 . 40 H,(H )0 Found 


2 Gi\ing the rummiMton 
suthortiy o>er the empio>o>ent 
oi woraers m •<>me Crown 
•renew* whtrh now have vary- 
ing degrees of Independence. 


Crash 
Takes 
52 Lives 


(X)RSirA.VA. Tex. (ITIl— I'.S. Attorney William **'*''• >««*rsn. m getting 

Steger asked the SetTet Servu’e ye*lerda> lo question P. ^»nn quslifte* tn an ezsmins 
E. Jones, a aervK'e station attendant with eight children ti<m summatiialiy goes to the 
who *a\-s he found a *2.4tW.OUO hoard of goW harw buried '"P prefereme lui. 

In a hem- patch. . ^ * 

rowed struck to hsulltawsy. *'>'‘*ntment 

detail* and rep.Ki »« me. he rehi^ed in whni* he •houW he comparable 

•aid "I aim told them in make 4 . w ' u . ihnw paid hj good pclvate 

gold. If he ha* |i. in behalf of ** work 

• k .,4 .. 44 ...«» 4^4 • because he bettered aflei lbs* ^ ^ ^ 

the government. . * * * 

time none muM question hi* 

l..eo J. William*. •••lAtatil nghl lo H ^ There ahnuld he mnra 

•gent In rhaige of the Itallaa Steger having hitefed him In tiansfening em- 

.'<e«rel .Service offhe Mtd hi* self on ihe gold law*, uid an between departments, 

men prvhahty will talk lo ordiruiry citizen cannot legalh Poth for their own henefli arwl 
Jones lods). poeaes* more than ia In •trengihen weak spots In 

Jooes. ». claim* he found . 

lha goM last May 17 east of 

Alto Tex Furthermore, he said the * The commission should 

law provides that If Jones has more power to diariplina 

He MW what looked like a (2,4011.000 worth 0 / gold the employees for Ineffirtefio iH 
Jar sticking out of the ground, mtlmated value of IK bars mlaranduci Before dismissal 
Jones said, and digging M up weighing M pounds eoch and of *n empk>>ee for political 
discovered a gold har that infuse* to turn it ovei to Ihe partiMnship, the rtimmlssion 
weighed about SO pound* government, he can he fined Itself should investlgata the 

More diaaina lurned uo ffi twice llo'^lue. ca«e. 


MKNOH AIRHK (AP)-« 
A t abiesigi— d alrllwer 
plaaged brta Nie sew Friday 
nIcM srbMe fiwwiag K hsr • 
Madlng at tW AltaaMe rw 
asrt af Mar DH PlaU. Al 
M peraaas abaard wee* 
kitted. 

Tbe AaMral Alrttwe* pMwe 
•mwfbed bila tbe raagb 
waiars abawl IM yarda abort 
W Ibe beacb la Iba Carnet 
Park araa. Keoewe vaekers 
•aid ama.y af Htaae aboard 
apparesMiy wee* trapped la- 


AIrnhfd in HtiHui 
Saved Him in ( old 
(Nttmdg in Newg. Pag* 11) 


Dinminual Eilhiirttwn 

iMMRUwal of u.4."mdr. Paul 
fr. Wilson from fitgate 
HM('S Beacon Hill has been 
c«*mmuted lo a aentence of 
"aesere reprimand" In coo- 
fvrtkm with the frigates 
grounding m Vaiwouvet har- 
hnr last August. < 


They Eat l^tre$ 
To Eatte Anihma 
(('Tidatnul, Pagt ’US) 


Tha plaiw *aak ptdrkly 
and anfy porta af tba wreck, 
age r— alaed babblag aa tbe 
Wravea. 

Tbe plaae left ketsa la 
lerwaUaaal A I r p a r t la 
Baeii o a Alreo earrytng 47 
paoaeagers and a erew af 
five. 


7 Holldavs for ihe IMi.dnn 
Hvli •e(-%ants would he cut 
from 10 tn nine a \ear. 


Maiden Speech 
Stirs Commons 


g Hours of w-ork should he 
based on Ihe general piartlre 
in hu*lne*s and li>duatr>’ for 
comparable work. Moat gov- 
ernment workers now ha^e a 
17 '» hour week 


U.S. Contracts 
Let in Canada 


9 Changes In language 
qualifications for govemmetU 
emplo\-ee* are suggested 

In (Paling with the question 
of colleritve haigalnlnf an 
Issue raised for >eara b^‘ civil 
service staff assodalMns ■ 
Ihe commlsalon recommended 
•omelliing between normal 
bargaining tn private Industry 
and Ihe preaeni federal system 
whereby staff groups may 
make repreaentstiona but can- 
not hammer otii cootracia. 
i>>tployeea' spokesmen Would 
he able to alt aernas the tahla 
from senior government offl- 
rials and discuss their differ- 
ences. undet the suspket of 
Ihe rommlsainn and wHth a 
commissioner or repreaenla- 
live lining In. After thiA 
Ihe commlsalon wouM maka 
rerdiQmendaUona lo the gov* 
ernfhent. 

The study was ordered 
Initially hy fnrnoer prtmo 
I minister Si. Lauront. 


OfftHsts heie make no 
bones about Ihe (art that hig 
dlffkuHlea remain to be over- 
<mne before defence produr- 
llon^harlng Is made to work 
on any targe acala. 

For orw thing, the U..^. 
armed fmres buy tHrertly 
from Industry and naturolly 
lend to favor American Indus 
try. The Uil haa no cen- 
tral buying agency for de 
(eoct equipment auch aa Can- 
ada's defence pmriurtlnn de- 
pannteni. 

For another. American con- 
greaamen may raise stem ob- 
petion s to U J. fovemmeni de- 
fenco oftlera going to Canadian 
tnduKry. aspedally ai a time 
whan anene UJt. (Irma are hav- 
ing salat dtrUeiiltlaa. 


OTTAWA tCP> First con 
Iracta have been awarded to 
Canadian flrma by the United 
Slates defence department un- 
der tbe new Canada UJL de- 
fence production-sharing or- 
nngemenia 

Aulhorttlee aakt Friday the 
first eontracta are amall be- 
rsuae the arrancemenis are 
juat beginning lo lake effect. 
It seouM lake tInW before a 
large program could be work- 
ed out. 

Canada la onllkel) ever 
again to try to build a ma)or 
waapon aytCem -auch aa a 
rountar-mlaaile on lia own. It 
wlO confine Maelf. offtcMla 
•aid. to making componenta 
lar UX waapona. 


electric t«*asiei. The nwMpI 
displayed in the Wqiiie House 
waa about 4>y mrdwa aero** 
and Sty inches high, with a 
dome-shaped meial housing. 

Tha mcKpi coat SIS.OOO lo 
produce, but AEX* experts said 
It might be produced In quon 
Illy aa cheap as taOO, teas fuel 
costa The experts -also said 
Ihe weight might be reduced 
In later modeU. 

Il haa no moving parts and 
iheoretlcany will lu^ going 
Indefloliely. but Inaea about 
half of Its power every 140 
days. 

The AEC arPntlals mM the 
Ruaalana are reported to have 
a atmltar low powwred device, 
hut developini anly* about one 
watt al powon 


seconding Ihe tradllkmal ad- («r continued undefalanding 

^ ^ .. . _ 4. amone various Canadian eth- 

dr». in rnply in Ihn .Sp«K h 

from (he Throne, arorea of h|„,. 

members converged on Mr. ihan 1 was loid it would be." 
Fortin to congratulate the 37 Mr. Fortin, who seconded 
year-old Quebec Oty lawyer, the address proposed by- 
elected Progreaolvt Conaerva Warner Jorgenson « PC-Pm- 
ilve MP for Montmagny-LTalet vencherl. Hid Ihe time has 
m the hyepcilon ttepi. 29. paaaeo to label Canadlana at 
■ ABarivwvvvt French or English 

RARKInY BBRN Canadians This was bccauw 

*They Included Prime Min- • ihlrd of (he population was 
later DIefenbaker. Opposition rnade up of persons with other 
Leader Pearson and all cabinet racial origins. 
mlnUtera preeeni It waa a There was *urh a thing a* 
rarely-eeen apectacle. especl Canadlanlam. but it would be 
•Uy where a new member la maintained only so long aa the 
eoncemed. various groups that make up 

Outside the Commons Mr. Canada remain attached lo 
Fortin, who made a plea their tradltlona. 


The long - defbanded and 
much needed university and 
auditorium for Greater Vlc- 
toria both appe a red to come 
a lot cloaei at the wind- 
up dinner last night of Ihe 
Greater Victoria Centennial 
Committee. 

"Victoria will hove a uni- 
voratty.” Premier W. A. C. 
Bennett fold (he doae lo 300 
•perlel gueela al tho award- 
giving ceremony in Ihe 
Empress Hotel's Cryetal Ball- 
rooBA Ha did net alahorata. 


AMuranc# of tome concrete 
action toward a Greater Vic- 
toria auditorium waa given 
by EsquimaJt'a Coun. G. K. 
Ssmmon. vtce-s-halrman of (he 
centennial enmmiltee. 

‘The rentennial committee 
has some money left over.’* 
ha said, "and this money will 
be used to net up a Greater 
VIcioria auditorium fund. 

"Although It la a amsD 
amount compared la wKai the 
total COM will be. |t will be 
a aurt." he eatd. 






l#r <Mte G«fi 4 e** FRii 


2 l«ily (fotontaf IC.. S«l.. Jm. 17. USf 


Monil Support 


W ith (w, A. Moftimor 


HAVANA JAIN ruWI 
Castro rallrd Friday ntfht for 
a maKstw (iMnonairaiKw of 
support for th# Cuban rovolu 
flonai^ (ovantmrnl. undar 


Ing tquada brforv axacuiMni rials to laa 
aro rtnlshad Firing squads al rmbassy for 
roady hava avscvtfd a rapori 
ad 3ns pprsons 


Th^ra has haan a shouling maieh UHaly alXMJl flags 
•nd rwhoruil ant)u>ms. 


Ihr Unkm Jark ths moplr laof thing* Ihiough and bring 


»ar-mmaa trials and oaoru 
tSons 

Hr csllrd for 500.0UO per 
sons to attrnd a ma « mrrtlng 
Jan. 21 sfwl signify approval 
of lha rsrrution* of “war 
CTirainsIa ' and hark >ip his 
rrqurai for rsirsdilton of 
IU«uta and hu follotvrrs 

t'astin esdmatrd i.10 p«r 
suns might fall bafucr his fir 


rrasunabir In fart, howrvat 
rraaon play* Utile If sny part 
In such maners. 

A man's aMiiude timard the 
Hag and the anthem Is purely 
mn.piinnal If la all rsngled 
Hilh his feelings abi>ut hia 
mo'lier and father and the 
Utinlft rheri-s. speech ea and 
'‘>"Cs of hi* srhnoldayt 


and various comlMMiie flags 
have heeri trying to beat each 
other (P>Mn %*llh «nid* 

T>ieie has hf^n puhlie 
Squahhla involving Ihr po. 
pnnems of t) < anada ** the 
supporter* of The i^uern 
and ihfHe who like both, or 
neither 

The patltes m Iheae q: •• 


ausi 


PtKiplp from all walks of bfc* aMcnded 


read by rVan Rnan Whitlow, gnd 
eiilog>' ms given by ArchNahop 
ilarold Sexton — (C'olonlit photo.) 


\STOP ^ 

iSUFFERlMCUf 

AMO sum \y- 

LMMD r7 


at Christ Churi'h Cathodral ye<lrrrtay 
In pav their last respt'cti to Gordon 
McCrtsgor Sloan. Funeral servicf was 


(.ath^flrai Wife* for hornier f.'Aie/ Jiisfi/e 


Hnwewf. It hihcrilf a Bril 
Ith trsdtttnn l>te aystem nf 
part<,>r>^niary fovernmcni In 
Quehec pr'^vlfM-e iiaelf u Brit 
lah Tti:- 'Olry «l||| 
lo the Btl'ish * ' -mmr.r.'.'. r -Iir. 


'e than the feeling of (he 
sntt British people la inglrat 
My thnire for a flag* The 
rnsign with a : aple leaf ■- 
place i*f the shield Tn rep*e 
wnt Frefit”- c'aiiads a Hear 
<V ly* could be Imposed on the 
I it« maple leaf 


Sloan ‘Example Remains’ 
Sexlon Tells illoiirners 


*‘NUTtmoN oulor 

TiBt SiR e tt tka Saerstt af 

■h^ Egll^lA;aa: 

How ID Chooaa Oia Faada HmC BuM 
Good Haaith «Ho« 10 Pravanf *Htddan 
Hungort- for Vdamma. Mmoralo and 
Traca bamentt • Reducing Without Stare 
mg • Ruiat tor Nuinhon Wisa Cooks 
•ToMod Raetpet lor Soponor Nwintion 
• Avoidmc Pangarpus Food Habdt • What 
BeOar Nutntme Does lor Your Narvos, 
Your Heart. Your $km and Hair • Makmg 
CM Agt Wad 


wnuld CC.I he (■* and s people * *r’ee Argun 

flag without the rnWm Jack like this are seiMed by 
or tt would r>«» be * «>mhrtj to r-irt, and not the he*d 
S'u m> !«*>*!•'. -I k (n my nwn ht«n< 

I make --- '-^y fnr my unre*« no matter 
feeling It I* nei Ingu-' an> leudiy anyone else •houts 


I II ’The msr. lis* gone, but h<* 
esampl* remsln* ' 

I"'* Thoee were the wotd* of 
M*»« Rev llainid K Sc£s-*-v. 

Arriibi~‘--^p of Srt(i*h t'nlum 
bis as he nffi--isted at the 
funetsi of Hon Gordon 
Sloan, foimer chief )u*r;-- 
snd Be foreciry advl«ei 
A large ifowd of go>em 
ment affkruls. judiMary irt 
dii*(ruli«(s. labor leaders, 
polltlrlans and friends *i 
tended the funeral at t'hnvt 
Church Cafhedial >e«ierd* 

In pay their respe<'t* to ii>« 
man. who esin^ from an 
early age the re«pact of su 
1^1 British Col* ~ ‘ua for .* 
sNIIty and miegrity 

The entrsm-e lo the caC i- 
dral was a mass of wreao - 
' sprs)* aod Urge lAtRO ’Reo’er*' fhiit- 

’ heap ; i>. of tl«e man kM Kgvpt iaok a ma>or step 

^ who formed use palletn !•« , tmaarUa ; luaing llie brea« h 
RC • fme«t pniu V and veaa rau«>ed h> llie !»• Sue/ rrUia 
'• the pinviTdea -uief aitw|ia^ when thev agreed on a *eMi# 
HO iMl royal ivtmm;:;3iOner. ment of flnS’;::*! dlffefeo*e 

' k a * a F'nrmal signing and detalU 

M If there were one person of «he agreement by whkh 
to •.•..-.r>m wr wmild reg.«rd s* In Britain will re.elve compenaa 
'•f di«i>er Me . the life of oi;i »!• '' for properiv *elre<1 by 
ifwnmunily and prc»vii*re it K,jypt. are evpecied in a few 
in wiHild sureu he Gordon Aloan. *7s'* 

■M whose fi.nernl la «ignali/ed Sy The agreement came after 
a rare ouiburai of profound • of nerntiailno* In 

►at i.«pect and ,ir.r regaid *h which Fugene Black 

lef ihr<highoul H whole prov Ainer* •'! prealdent *»f the 
10 nice, aiti-^iahnp said M«ifldBank acted a* mediator 

111 He eaei i^ed an InfWien.e Ohaerver* especi the agree 
ef that wa* quiet dignified and mem lo be folbmed bv reaump 
ftcsl and hi* example nf g.auf »»..n of at least consular reU 
ciii/enst.ip and the nr>.i thma between the two noun 
leiline rnur 1 e«x end rnn«te«is tneo. 


Old Offer Renewed 


Neutral Zone 
Mikovan Plan 


llrilain, kgypl ' 
Patch Things i n \ 


A *emi offi< lal F'gyptian I 
newspaper said Briiain will rw I 
tain fTT.Vaiom of Kgypea I 

Mnrked balance of f 7 « OOO.pno \ 

a* rumpen«ati;tn for Briilah i 
property aeqiiestraied In Egypt ! 
ar»t ha* woo the release of TR * 
Rrliiah firms In T.teyp* with I 
aaaeia valued at shout LVlOisi ^ 
tsk) 


R>d* tamaus nek tratna 
14* The Iftah Mail 
through taorvhook 
lnu«a a^ Iralaadl 
A* hlllf Bl t)0 Ukca 
you a fOouaand miles 
lo /kd rfsw eomfofS 
whew you buy *nsd 
Thrdt Coupnm >a 
Onada be/are .im 
Wre FrvQuent, 
aonveodoi tan icw 
i Cmod (or Imk croia 
\ v-Ksonsf and 

MacBrayoc i Vottiah 


INVEST IN WASHDAY FREEDOM 
AT THIS LOW PRICE 


Ship Lolftular 


Extra If ork 
l*rofum'd 
On Trails 


' li OMMUh uma hmic 

* . Your travel agent 

a or IkMtab RaOwavs 


PaikB lummiMee will temm 
mend lu city •nuncll the em 
ploymrni of four man for a 
i*ouple of monttia lo repair 
It sill al Thetis tdika as a 
w nter work profect 

if approved a* a pmlert 
auitable for federal aid oMt 
to the rii> will be Sl.47^ knd 
coat to the federal government 
I1.12S. 

( tty Managei C C. Wyatt 
■uggcaied to the committee 
that to provide money for this 
and other winter work pro 
)ecta "cnunrll may have to 
pa«v a wlntet emergency fund 
or some such thing " 

Alw>. he aaid ”lt might have 
to in' bark on Some other *i 
penaea 


Monthly 

FOR THIS 
WASHER 
and DRYER 


ELECTRIC 


B.C. ESTATES 


Wealher Forecast 

laniiar) 17. IB.YH f , , 2 ** *"**'' ** ** 

udj and mild wHh Inter 'sHowRs'i/«l •/ 5 ”, 

'll light rain and.ti-'ro- f ' « i •' y a*« *« ot 


Make thh the year you bgruahbd taundo' drudgery Ihe modem wr>. Don't 
worry O'Fr we«th«r, wDsh when you will, get rlothe* rlearvr, brlgtiter, futer. 


DIViOENO HOTIOES 


THE WASHER-SWA-4M THE DRYER-SDA-420 


Kuli\ aulomatH- I'ontml fen* a < hnico nf 
one to IS miniiic* aiiual wa*h time 
Rimpl> set the dials H waalie^ nnae*. 
dampdiie* and 

shut* off #/g U 

autnmatiraily . . G wv 


CUithes are lumhled gently through CUT' 
rents nf warm clean atr and dried auto 
matiraUy Finest fabrtrs get the gentlest 
treatment, krvely mh>ni will nor fade. 
Adluvtable ctNitfol drina 
to the mad required lOv 


Re# ihr<w unit* on dimplay In our ahmrrooma, available as a unit or iingiy. 
how easily you may hava a GE Automatic LauMo In your home ter SB. 


c. j. McDowell 


I Pm M*iv»«eg<a wetsg RrtMM I 
I t*r reavnwew nhft ( e«pwi | 
. «a, ' Pf/stc «eM^ a*/ yeer ■ 
■ fmtMrt \ 


1000 DOUGLAS STREET EV 

We Sell — We Install — We Service 





NEW 

BiSSEll 

SHAMPOO 

MASTER 




i^\ai(vAa^ 


rUffl^lTURfi 


iailq Ctrltmlat VlrtarW. t.C^ S«(.. J»» IT. ItSf 


WorUrs Oldest Man 
Passes Health Test 


Th* Mkj 'vtnHid 


lion ol Ih* hanillinf ol iho At LiMvpnMorth. h# »«j &i- 
c'«B# !■ h*ing M>ufthi ioMmI to k^p ranoriM tn hit 

SiioucL »h« wiU b* M Jtn itll aiwl tn ttpeii on 

JK. wu impntonod in I9n9 (n btnl /liwtM^a, on which ha 
Junctu. AUakt. on a mt<^ wioir a book atUi uaan by blnj 
alauchtar <'htr(a In 1916. ha (tnnart tn 19i2. ha aap- 
klllart t priaon icutitl at ataiad trum hu bii-rtt and 
Laavanworih, dtiminc aalf pUcad m t tolittry call at 
dalem». AJfttiti 


f>ri AM A — Kataoua Min 

Mar Nonlan tba «iftka 

H« ( IK priNlNiar* In .%l«>nlrpaJ 
U "anliral> ilkiai.'* 


TKIIHAN lAPi— Twn4<» 
t«ira mIm» pijmtlnad Kt) pd 
Alt s«lr«ti Kittaki. Iran'a hUI' 
aM man. «a> lkr> ara run- 
tiBcad ba U batwaan 
and INN >«nr« oM. Kutahl 
aa>a ba la lAV 

(ffMammant aant Iba 6 «nv 


U \SHIN«.|0\ 
fanfa (hlal^ aa*i 
foialtu raltIUHvi 
I ON ININ — A plana btailarf I N l•lltllar> airai 
Hllb AM Afrnaii traan nnin hriaHl io 4rtar i 
lia>« fnMM rthlopit tnnk wrr *nr Ku>«iao Mm- 
fiir I aiia4la lar u«a In pnlin <mhio 4 iiMitiiiaNt.'' 
laboralurta^ t««* hondratf a • 


Conitiaaaioiuil invaaliga 


d>«anir) 


of Kaiuaan la atamiiM Iba 
oM man— probaM> the old- 
a«4 tn Iba norM. Tbay wM 
ka Ht« haallbt aarapi far a 
waaknaaa In tha a>ra, aara 
and *nma naoaa. 


M A^MIM.TON - 1 ‘nvtahi.r 
I..™.™., 
i-i M H.«.- 

Llnr lyminiKI.... in.ortn, ,p 

prmal of a latM»r raform MU a • * 

aallafnrt«>r> bi lamlara of .AH.- <» T T A M A — Tha co>*^n 

< lO. manTa nranluin aianr) plan* 

a • a Io laum h • ttM.OM air and 

( Ari^ I ASAAMtAI. Kki.» C'o<in4 *aarrb far minaraU 
Tmubia In II* rm-lkai antliia* '**Al «prlni in Naribnaat Tar- 
arm an AHa* Intarcnntlnanlal Hlorlaa InMAa ArHIr ( Irria. 
m*»alla inia Iba Allanllr * a a 

minMiaa. ami »f ndlaa aflar AA.MOtATK — Pm«lnrl«| 
touitchlni < I K laadar Rnbart NUm ban 


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aaiaa Mihoyan waa 

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trance. eapedaUy t« ■■ ^4 

the men In the Kremlin If they really 

care to team what la ai*tuaUy biorhtng 

a Soviet • Ameiihan urKterstandlrtg 

today. 

For the preeldent'a aUtement w.ra 
perhaps the strongeet deciaratlon 
about the 5tovtet Union made by any 
president of the United Stales amra 
the cioa# of the 5?ecor«l World War. 
Here are Mr. EUenhowcr'a exact 
worda: 


no speech from the 
^ Throne can be expected to re- 
veal the predae intentions of sn 
administration at Ottawa in advance 
of the budget and ke>' items of new 
l^islation. that read by ilia Excel- 
lency the Govemor-Oneral on Thurs- 
day covered a lot of ground. It was 
replete with factors that could entail 
considenibie feileral outlay on the 
one hand, but somewhat lean in sug- 
gestion as to where these fresh re- 
soureas are to conie from on the 
other. That Is inherent perhaps in 
the economic condilions of the times. 
In point of fart, the pronouncement 
appeared to promhe a tittle some- 
thing to eveotMie. in an atmosphere 
of encouragement and with a bHt- 
foot-forward attitude respecting the 
future. 

Public Interest will centre now on 
how all this is to be dboe. ('reatlon 
of an EnerK>* Board was expected, 
but bow far will the government 
travel between the two limits of 
••regulatioo'* and “control"? The 
Borden C*ommiaikm's report provided 
a shock to the West from which It 
has not >et wholly recovered. Pro- 
vincial rights and revenues nuy be 
afTerted. 

The nebulous reference to federal 
means “to aJIeviate the discrimlna- 
|or\ effects” of the ^ceot 17 per cent 
rail freight tncrea.se. to say nothing 
of another 15 per cent hike being 
•ought now. could suggest federal 
suhstdies. Does it mean that? A week 
•go a cabinet spokesman said that the 
(Sow-s Nest ftss rates would stand 


unaltered, thereby impl>-ing that 
there will be no over-all revision of 
Canada's rail rate structure. 

Further “encouragenient” of 
mortgage ln\’estment in hcAuing. in 
unspecified terms, points in the direct 
tiun of improving domestic construL*- 
tiun turnover, as does the broad 
measure of attention paid to work 
projects to relieve unemployment 
through the Trans-Canada Highway, 
norttu^rn development and otherwise. 
For the farmers there was the pledge 
of field crop Insurance througn pro- 
vincial co-operation, improvement in 
farm loan authority and other 
devices. For fishermen, a contin- 
uation for three years of their present 
facilities. For the provinces, their 
present quotas. The Speech, however, 
did not emphasize w hat wo^ be left 
to the fe^ral la.xpayer. as suih, 
when all of these things have been 
attended to. 

Canada’s increased quota in the 
International Monetary Fund and 
doubled investment in the World 
Bank are steps to be taken In concert 
with the balance of the Western na- 
tions. Even to. the tubacription to the 
bank will Involve $425,000,000 more, 
one quarter of which must be in gold; 
while the IMF quota increase will call 
for $250,000,000 additional. There is 
an addition of $675,000,000 to be 
found for external uaes. 

Not to quarrel with the adminis- 
tration*! program, the nation will he 
Interested now to see how It will be 
Implemented, with due regard to the 
stability of the Canadian dollar. 
Performance will be the test. 


euinot build peace ihrough 
denirt alone. Morco>-er. we have 
learned the bitter lesaort that Intcn 
national j^reementa, hlatorlrally hmv 
aldervd by ua aa aacred. are regarded 
|n communiat doctrlna and In pra» 
tire to be mere acrapa of paper. Tha 
moat recent proof of their disdain of 
international obligations, solemnly 
undertaken. Is IbHr announced inten- 
tion to abandon their responMbtUUes 
respecting Berlin. 


*«« 1 

By the w»y, did you grt my meiMagr of November 4 


Gerald Waring 


Legalized 

Robbery 


Reports from Ottawa 


tkm rotummmitHm mt thetr ewn PMC'S 
M Me ml Uw cresteai ibi t s de a ta 
bi MbaUtsUwe tha nOa ot 
tow for nito by farea.*' 

Thla la the moat aevere Indkhnent 
of the rommunUts that any Weaiem 
government has ntade In recent years. 
On top of It has )uat come neverlh^ 
less a grmndloae prxipoaal from 
Mcwcow that ‘'peace talks'* ovar tha 
Berlin Issue be heM wliit the M goe- 
ernmenta allied In the last war. It'S 
the same old game of presenting In a 
spectacular manner to the wmrld tha 
picture of a 5tov)et government au|V 
poeedly anxloua to talk peace and 
make peo('e. But there's no evldencs 
that the communist regime will re- 
spect whstevtr wnuea sgreement 
may bs oonsummated. 


T ie mliUona In the national Joto 
leas fund are alnAing st sn si- 
most alarming rfte, but weaknemars 
In tha law enabto 
persona to 


nature -the shifting of the Japanese 
current- whlcH last year brought B.C. 
fishermen the biggest finny bonanza 
they have ever known. 

The salmon follow the warm cur- 
rent on their way back to spawn In 
Uie livers that gave them birth. In 
the past the current has carried the 
fish through both Canadian and 
Amgncan walera. but last yaar It 
swung north of Vanctnjver Island. So 
our (lahermen caught rmmw than fSA* 
or«(Xi) worth of Osh, wbUa UA 
fishermen fared poorly. 

A 14 year-old Indian lad earned 
S12.000. Another Indian decided to 
buy a Cadillac and have it shipped 
by sea to hia etlUge. because there 
are no roads. 

But there are tigna that the cuP 
rent to ahifting bark Into its old pat- 
tern. If a does, it won't please our 
ftaherman, but ft wUl akoUify tha 
Americana. T1iey*ve been mytng that 
If the current remains In Its new p«t. 
tern, they should be allowed to fish 
In I'anadtan araters to get their tradi- 
tional share of the catch- a Md Ot- 
tawa would aimnat renalnly rejact. to 
the hMreaasd stirfcinaM of Canadtan- 
Ameetoon relatlogfa. 


some 

qualify for unem 
ployment Inauraneo v 
payments they 
don't need. 

For example 
Captain Billy Rob- 
ens of the BC. 

• almon acirtr 
“Ourd-- Wha! If 
Cap'n BlHy did make $tnniV) in a 
couple of months last year? The 
salmon season being over, he's un- 
rmployed, snd entUtod to unemploy- 
ment Insuranro benefits If bs wants 
to collect them. 

Roherts Isn't alone In this happy 
situation. Moat 1 B.C.‘s 'klghUne* 
flsherroen clearerf glAOnO or heller 
in the biggest season they ever had. 
Now they're out of wrork. so ttu-y 
get their unempio)'menl iBsurancs 
cheques. 

This rather aston shing atste of 
sffsirs Is due to ths fact that tha 
$4 m&a year Milary ceiling lor etlgi- 
bilily for jobless pay dues not apply 
to persons who are paid by the p«ece, 
by the day, ar on a mileage basis. 
The law was framed so that It 
Wouldn't dlscTlminatb against «urh 
persons as piece workers In fSrtones. 
day lahorert and rallwaymen. Rut 
fishermen also are piece workers 
when their pay to a share of the vslua 
of their catch. 


Fraaldent Elw n hower reallass, of 
course, that the United .kutoa, to 
aattoly worM optoion. must exbJNC 
a constant wUltngness te talc Ha 
added, therefore. In his message: 

■'Yet, step by step, we must 
strengthen ths institutions of peace « 
a peace that rests upon )u«tke-a 
peace that dependa upon a deep knowl- 
adge and dear undarstanding by all 
peoples, including our owm. of tha 
causes and possible consequeness of 
failure in this great purpose.” 

Thereupoa the president set forth 
the only guarantee of paaca today — 
armed strength. He said: 

*To achieve this peace, ws seek 
to prevent war at any place and in 
any dunenslon. tf. despite our best 
efforts, a local dilute should flsra 
Into armed hostUitles. ths next proto 
torn would be to keep the conflict from 
spieadlng snd so compromising free- 
dom. In support of these objectives 
we rnaintsln forces of great power 
and flexibility. 

*Y>ur formidable sir striking forces 
are t powerful deterrent to general 
money than even wsr. Large and growing pprlkms of 
these units can depart from their 
bases in • matter of minutes. Similar 
fortes are Included in our naval Oeeta 
Ground and other tacUeai formatlona 
can move with ewlftnesa and preci- 
aion. when requested by friendly and 
responsible governmenta to help 
curb threatened aggression. Tha 
aiabillzing Influence of this capacity 
has been drwnsiteally demansirated 
more than once over the past year. 

”Our iklUtsry snd related srienllfit 
progress haa ehen highly gratifying. 
Great strides have been made in ih# 
developmcnt 'of haillstir missiles. Iiv 
termediatr range mlaallea ate now 
being deployed in operational unils.” 


it will be more Hke a Boreta! farm to Head will be In preparation for use- 

which will be sent oidv carefully ful ritlzeaahlp when freedom Li re- 

lelected prisoner* of e/empUry be- gained. Such a proce« cannot be 

havior content to serve out their rarrled out effectively In a conven- 

time Fears of convict! of Ibelr tional prison where the men are per- 

callbre breaking out are liable to petually surrounded by evidence* of 

prove baseleM. There should be noth- dure«. 

Planning and Authority 

•TTHERE If admittedly not much problem* except In abatract are 

1 — . • ritoftninir hnard tf Widely different from those of the 

i u» h.vln|t . city, ?ouM win, th. b.l.nce 

Its recommendation* can be lightly force It to a develop- 

tossed aside. On the other ha^ ment inimical to It* best Interest*, 
elected clly and municipal cowrcila F^quaiiy of course Victoria City might 
oan scarcely be expected to abdicate j|,y, yp other* and force rural 
their respoonbillty for the develop- jrea* to something contrary to their 
ment of their own area.^. Planning qj. 

boards of necessity may proceed In a Yet if the capital region U not 4o 
frame of mind at variance with the rfevef^ ak>r>g haphazard and unsatla- 
realtfles that face council* In tl^lr fjictory Ime* delinite planning Is re-' 
day-to-day «R»eratlora. Inevitably quired. T^e combined area -must be 
there will be a clash of viewpoint together to the maximum 

f me Is coming up now. apparently, poaaihle degree. This cannot be done 
Objecilon has been voiced by the at the expense of the legitimate 
mayor to the master blueprint re- authority of cour»cll* over their own 
leased by the Capital Region Plan- affairs, however. Any master plan 
nlng Board, not so much to its con- will have to be primarily a guide, with 
tent* which have not yet been pub- roundls learning to work together 
hdy divcloaod. but to the freezing of m cloae co-operation. A happy mean 
ar4kin it couM entail. The re- will have to be found. The voting 
Hults of the legislation governing the representation obviously needs chang- 
board's operations are becoming plain. Ing, and so do the mandatory provLs- 
lls voting distribution could compel jons which might compel a munlcipal- 
the city, or any one of the municipal- |iy against Its will. Tlie basir factor 
hies to H* rec-nmmendatlons. No of municipal governance Is that dti- 
eb^ed body could view sudt compul- zen* elect their governing authorities; 
•ion with anything but concern. these cannot overruled by sp- 
it would he Absurd, for example, pointed official* except by vitiating 
tf Sidney and Central Saanich, whose the elector*' rights. 


“The .Shrinking Dollar** la the eauaa 
of ihia alacsn. And well H might be. 
for we oro temlndod that *1.1-010 
odvlaiKl hia Cocnmsntot lollower* that 
. . . the boat way to destroy rapttaUsi 
countrleii was te demotlah the pur- 
rhasing power of their r ur rewfiea.” 
And wa ore lol<1 that Canadians them- 
•elves are doing that very thing 
without any prompting from behind 
Iho Iron Curtain. I quoto: 

*T.-et's look at ouraelvea: (wtlee- 
Uvely wa havt Indulged In unsound, 
wishful thinking. Most of us havo 

wanted aumethlng for nothing from 

our govanwnenta. We tarmera have 

wanted handouts, we toaamrM men 

have wanted easy naoney, low interest 
rates. We manufacturers have 
wanted tariff prolocUun from foreign 
competitors. Ws workmen h a v a 
wanted constant employment with 
nxire pay. ahorter hourt. and expen- 
live aorurity peovtotona. 

“We havo oxpec-tiid our govem- 
menta to arcom^lah Iho impoasible. 
Now tho shocking truth has caught 
up with ua Ws find that, wo havo 
paid for these uneomod handouts hy 
progressive dsotrurtion of the valuo 
of our hardeorned money aaved for 
•ur reliretnent In pentkm fundA 
aaypd for the protortlon of our wiveo 
and children In insurance beneflla 
aaved for future use for a rainy /Uty 
In bank acrounta. In bonds.” 


When the Liberal government 
bfhught flahermert under unemploy- 
ment Insuranee a few years ago. tt 
waa with East Coast fishermen 
mainly In mind. .Some of them, ea- 
periatly iiT Newfoundland, normally 
oarn le« than tl.OilO a year. 

But in framing Ihe law the gov- 
ernment rouMn't dlfferenliate be- 
tween a ffitS^ayeor Newfte fisherman 
and a isnupayear BC. flaherman. 
Nof could It anitcipate a vagary of 


The Par knack 


Consuming the Land 


E very few wreka aomebody m 
high plai-es bemoan* the amount 
of heoutifut rural land that Is being 
eaten up by human .u 

habitations In the 
explnaive giowlh g If 

of our cillet and ^ jflM 

towns. They aay It ^ 
to being consumed . 

•t Ihe rale of S.ono ^ 

a day. (>r 


however, surh Is the genius of the 
human rare that we may expe«-t 
the problem of housing on arable 
land to be easily solved. We will 
have. our home* far off In Ihe rotky 
regions we now employ a* summer 
reanrts. The 4S-day week will doubt- 
to*a bo Ihe twoday week. Four- 
hundred mlle-an hour rocket trains 
will carry us to our work In Ihe 
ciiie« And the cnarhes will 'be 
sprajed With gaseous tranquUlleers 
M that we woo l mind the trip at 
all. 

Of course, aa an elderly man. I 
am not much ooncerned wdlh all 
these aronders. Let ’em come. 


The aignlfh'snre of this military 
analyaia to the use of worda which 
IndlCBte what la actually operational 
today not what to on the drawing 
board or In the testing stagea. As of 
this very day or month, the I’nlied 
Xiaies and Its alllea have the deterrent 
power to prevent any nuclear attack 
be<-ause Ihe rertalniy of deatruriton 
of any enemy that starts such a war 
la wreil known to the Kremlin.' 

So. with no rellanre lo be placed 
on the word of the perfidious com- 
munist regime, tha teal chance for a 
change In the whole picture may have 
to roma through eronomto pressures 
from Western Europe that will even- 
toafly cause a suersasful upnaing 
Inside the Soviet Union and the ca|b 
Uvt eeuntfie* contiguous to It. Only 
when a free government wnerges in 
Mooilpw. whose word can be trusted, 
win The world be msde safe for 
de m ac ra ry.” Tha prtnclple la as sound 
today aa when Prealdent Wllann ex- 
pounded It la hia srar a^esaaga of 
ApcU, 191T. 


Thatvia Indeed a eweeping indict- 
nwni of Ihe people of (Canada as a 
whola. Nor Is the Indlrtinent confined 
to the people. Government Is named 
a« the “chief offender“ and sn used 
of Biding and sbetilng Ihe “togaliasd 
robbery." Evidence for this Is cited 
from a rerent address at Montreal hf 
Mr. D. E. KUgour of Winnipeg, vtee- 
preskSent and general manager of 
Ihe Great-West Life Assurance Com- 
pany: 

“In thair spending, the govern- 
ments of both Canada and the United 
Stales art Uvtng beyond their means 
. . . Both goveraments have had to 
borrow frovq their central and ram- 
merrlal banka This, In effect, creates 
new money as surely as If the dollars 
had been printed “ 

But Mr. Kitgour Is convinced Cana- 
dians "ran riaa to meet a challenga 
that la so clear and prove te the 
world that free people can, and VvlS 
diaripllna iJneiaah^-” 


Castro’s Aims Broad 


arn-s 

some such figure . 

that they arrived A If 

si easily. <= « V 

Farms, for example, that used to 
•ccnmm'viata a faimer, hi* wife t«o 
boys, three girls, 12 mws, four 
hivrsea. .19 hem. eight du«'ks. six 
pig«. lour rats and two dug* is now 
handed over to a houaing develofH 
■nem of 40n bungalnwA L!73 people, 
140 dogs, 200 cats 12 budgie* and a 
vanaty of sundries such aa gold- 
flah, guppies snd hamster*. 

The Justlflcaiion of their com- 
plslnt. ef9 course, Is the fart that 
most of our cities ftegan aa vtllage* 
sal tat the midst of the ronst frulh 
ful land. And It to the fruitful land 
that is being gtvro over to barren 
bungalows 

Bafura wa tvaa get ia Uw asnoib 


the spring. He plans abie lo Malt North 
America. 

Caatro la a man who speaks eioqu- 
ently with hto hands as p^aU sa with hia 
mouth. Hto g^ures underllns hia polnia 
with dramatic emphaato. 

*Thera ahaV bs no more bloodshed in 
CutMu” be sayt. *The people wtU have 
tovt.” 

But ha haa the toughness of a. warrior. 
He also sayt that those who have warn 
tonly klllad "have n» rig|^to go on liv- 
ing.'’ That to his Justifintion for tha 
military trials and sxecatinna of auppoti- 
ers of the ousted dictator Fulgencto 
Battota. 

His present job Is organizing Cuba’s 
armed fnrrea, putting into the senric* all 
his men who wsni to join and regular 
army maa who ap poasd BaUsta. 


H avana. Cuba <AP) The magic ot 
FIdtl (.'asiro's personaUiy la likely 
to be felt beyond Ihe borders of Ihl# lend 
he wrested from tight dldalorshlp. 

The nan of action ^omlse* to become 
an important figure te all of Latin Amen 
km. and particularly the countries el the 
Caribbean. 

Now Cuba's national hero, he fpeoka 
af the day w hen ther* will he “a apirltuai 
gonfederatlnn of Caribbean nations’’ 

This must be disquieting for Gen 
traltoaiine TVuJUlo, dictator In the nqarby 
DomlnlOBn Re^bUc. Castro toies not e«v 
viaage any dU-tatorshlpa in a Caribbean 
confederation. 

Castro latends lo expound his Ideas 
In Latin America. Ha will go to Venezuela 
and elhar IaUb Amtriraa couatxlaa la 


With the Classics 


Rumour is a pipe 
Blown by aurmtoee, jealaualea, row 
Jectures. 

And of sn easy artd ao plain a stop 
’That the Munt monster with un- 
counted hea-ls, -■ ■»'< 

The still discordant wavering mulll- 
liwle. 

Can pisy upon It. 

-easaisraaam 






SLEEPING BAGS 


S.'4 r«fnni>« Harrnfv 


0 « ft Oil^liotm IUdk» U^ri nft>rr HI n ('ANiMiMitUft. ««•«. MM.M. 

Sm«Hh Prlcr _ $659.50 I Olh^rC hUlmlm R#K. 

Trftd^' $150.00 I Tmdf^-in $l54M»u 


752 FORT STREET 


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YOUR PAY-LESS FURNITURE STORE 

0 


HapfH»nutg9 


Politics Charged 
Over Closure 
Of Post Office 


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OTTAV\ A <' -j «f « 
T-onmn *u6 pn«l oth«'« «*c* 
raiMMi m ihp i’nmrrtmtA Ft • t ■ 

• • itir 1 h« 

with rwv#r«in( lU 
^Itcv (uinfti (or pnlttu-ftl 
•ntvilv 

I'll# fMMi »•« In 

• i.itr et Appl «nc* d- : 

NirhnUi Mjnfrndo »fcwh 
h' • m<*rtih»r uf 

?iif ‘n (Mii'MM pn::?u- 
•> • i« lit 

Mr. Mir:f?«Klo \>r<“ 
el a Uhpral aMenettee 
<i>art^ • h# -iMi* • 

Ptifna Mint«iPi rH»(#nh«l(Pr 

IJM r‘ 

rat Willtem 


uiil hw I...'.. .-^4 

• l#p hw««i(«P \A <Uk«rti (Wroft 

t^' Yotk South’ *uhmi»**^- • 
•Vx-?“;«l»nn Ih:' Mr V*. :tPrto 
«n vrji 

•tvt ■ • Ml Mae 

frr-t^i • .1 - • ‘■‘YTft 

itaivlinc pi«< » 

lUaee Air*'* tt'F !(::>>» 
i^atWi 4 ”i=»} '■IT a«**-- a 
It... ■ of jevwiT>me«J pnsrv 

f4 tan ■ ::-0 w-*>an Ml iHi'f 

‘ ‘ “ ' «t Ihp if 

:.;«aa( «>ri « /U . .. a- 

1 ;^.. .if j>a -• in poh'i.al 
art>\ It) 

lla aakPif If •>- ‘Aaa 

an4 Mr f>iPfpnti:., : 
tppiMwl i« on hia wnrM 

Fiwir at fha nma arwf had no 
hnewtr*tga of tli« mattfV 


/mtitcrtorf Cherhul Cp 


Mr Manfiatto «a,4 h* i»a« 
• •ItMt h> ><*.. |>i.»'«i - vpi-.-'IHt 
ftVthai na.i «'i . j taim 
f..'... 't Ml t)l»raii>«at>ar 

U hm no iriil •» ha<-; 

|napa«*-*i* tSa pnat tifftca 

ftcmtd ha ta^ 

Ma *aut •- laMrt raf»*>->n< 
le vl tta In IK;: ■ joirv h> 
rwyalti | - ■ tna -.“‘fTf 
I# la*k ^=4ittin4 
fw«>«a than 

Ca*U''da*.tam Mr Diafa ' kar 
had prnmiaM m air-*- - 
apaarnaa 

* a a 

TW n w«r-.| »n fiva flan 

a>ta a Hi*i>r^i>a naitMMi flaj 
amuai I. 

Drnmmmwt AlhaKaaka> 
a hUI raaport'if fU_ nt 

Canada " tVijr;U aia a»i<ri* 1 f>if 
liaxi aa«>h 

%tai ... AHa«d *Pt' -;.«r 

hlTtnha> — L- ^ .^.,1 nf 

a llni,«a KUnmlMaa In 
arVipttnn n| a »ti*i|neilva r* 
tK>nal nac and national 

•»iYhnm 

• a a 

A rr^nhitlnrt pmpnainf I ‘a 
nadian rfiplnmatia rai^niiwm 


nf I — r-.i*l I'hina '•<4 hann 

|. :•• lha nfflai par''~' hi 

Ifamid \A.r.. .. (t>' mamhaf 
lor Var».'.--»var >:a*i 

a a a 

rha |ox . I waa aUtnd 
if Ilia farWial fiaa«ur> (*• 
" ' --J anv itaimania fnf 

tra>allina a%; 1 fr»im par 

»>n4 vr- c.mpan) Inf Prin^ 
M' ' . Diafanbafcar or. hia 
- l•^•• 

lha i^uaaiMwi waa aiAad h\ 
fanifUa ai mi'K, Purl 

A.iK. 

It- ■ .aa fi: - rifnanl an»- 
pln. »ha prima 

wr* a< Si, hU witr 

ar-t hla t.r.itrr t’.lmrr tHafan- 

hakai rn r R ‘PT 

>a«t' who aatNad •« 
~ .1;. al nffM^i and r» 
pot tm • 

A •|Hilaawn»ii ffK lha pt':~]a 
rrunialai m# j.; r:-.-ri>*a nf 

fnafanhakat maan* no 
»«tra axpanaa tn lha iraaaur) 

a a a 

rnma MMMiata; rMafanhaltar 
a*nl II »a •••>! ‘fif and pmpar^ 

Pif dafati.-a ■ f* lo make 
puMir aiatamanta on potiry. 


Slenum Stairment Cited 


Ma waa rat'lyinf to H \% 
M^nidfa iiVF Kootana' 
H>*i* laho •aid Ki'AF Air 
Marahal no> .Stamen rhal 
Imfad (A^arTimanl pr.!^ . 
nhan ha aaiil mannad Intar 
fapima aia ailll naadarl 

Mf tHafanhokar aaid ha 
ftniild ear dael wdih tha 
Rlamnn q>»aation hvt that aa 
ft fanarel pTinnpla ft w •• not 
Hi and pT'ipar for dafaiMa 
ttiiafa te cofT-rr - pvihlo i> mq 
fovammani pelirv 

a a a 

TVo f*TOfraaalva I'nrta* >a 
lUaa and a Uharal prupoaad 


•lai*a tn lacihra v.:iarlaa and 
•waapviaka* In « aneda ' 

Thair aapfttata plana Afraad 
•ha fovainmant ahnuld rvtn- 
•Ular atapa to maka «ia<a 
‘■jllariaa lafal. w^»h ptofna 
f In a<l-4; itlnn ftnd hna- 
pllala 

NO MONEY DOWN 

2 anriauna to m mtihtmo S 
2 no fAYManT TYL MAATN - 

niHItl TELMAC y„|,^ 

KMAI.I. f .%RA 


TWO JETS GIVE YOU 

four fares to choose from . , , 

Of lUXI fItST TOUNfST ICOK5MY 
1147 JO 175710 S550 00 $444.00 

(Maefraaf lendee ra wnd-fripj 


ON ‘150,000 STOCK OF APPLIANCES 

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Dniuni Hnu ehrli 

TODAY 




sAvi 11% oa 
Eariai stock 

FISN BITS, 


E\i(lencf »f Decay 


Tmr« that warn Mh^lfnc« whan fhn Hr*! whitn !»»(• 
ploi-w^ rtkirhnd JiMin 4a Kun* .Strait hava haan i-ut 
doun in Haaoon Hill Park da»|iita protcaU ai Iraa 
hn-ans. Parks board offirials said tba ctintiemriatl 
tiaas wara a manara batTmxa of da^'iiy and lha 
asidanoa abma haant otit tha rUlm OnI\ a thin 
oiitar ihaM hald up this hue** limb of an PKiimalad 
4<tlVyaar*old traa hrinj axaminad h\ Aid Millard 
Mtiooai-, Wl. and parks administrator W H 
Warnrn. Traa ona Aif four c*ut down this weak, 
fl'obmist photal 


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Meatraal ar Saw York t«. I4>nt1"h (4a IrUta and Ftml 
risA* naty). In addi;,.>n, awifl ifl pp<m ' Brtianniaa 
Rfpakla fest, fraftiiAal (n Rrilata and rattim 

ar all 4 ef tha farat aftnv* t hark yaur Traval 

Af*ht for romplat* daUila 

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Playrr, f'eaiMila Modal. |14 A AIM) 

Smaeh PrW I D«l 


Marroai Radio Comblaation. floucht to 
M>a for tIBB M. Sd AA«V> 

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RKt RAV1M48 ON KMAIX 
APriJANCKM 


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W BltFiOii Kmash PrW I HO 


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FAMOUS ROYAL CREST 

CHROME SUITES 


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Mr fttkl Mrs ('iMhAt ftnd Lftlifa ‘^'hrst 
Ra«it:ir 5HN»..*)0. Rd AQ'»« 

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•274 


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SUITES 


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LIVING 


« FtOOR COVERINCS 


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jo. ViS.V* w VI 

Haia PrWd from 


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GLAD TIDINGS 
TABERNACLE 


Cathedral Organist, Choirmaster 


• I th» 

Mnl ( hurrh *f tta 

Naurm* 

*1 aiMi 

nu‘*i Ra* W ■ AUMJt 




Proud man Takes Over 


B.« KK\. DK. FKANk A. MOKLKY 


irtr*. from 'trading orgRAUts and mu*ir Mua. Ba<. 
•nd • iioir fiirrtima. Ir, rriLitcoIngy and 

"\\r fiava <i<rHlut'ird fnan^ lorininf, LHAM for 
pm "rI inlrr%irA* In Viciufta Rci'ompanimrnt and 
and fl»ir%»hrrr to make aurr of ori*n prrforming 
*rlriMi:j IM right man.’* uld “t vrry plra»-r 
Dr«n WhnUm Hi» eon.rp «PIK>lntmrni " aald - 
iton of thr fui„i;v>n of mu^lr Sraion "Mr Pfo 
In tt>r worahip ol l«od la ihor young but rv 


mility whi... u bring gi\rn 
him ■ 


Whrn >ou find yourwif ttkii 
view of things, you'd tietter go to a 
Moral U ol the devil. 

Whon >ou gri Inin a habit 
of drpreciaiing bigii idroU 
and aneeiing at lb* tiufh. b* 


a chronlrnll.N low 
ctor or a minister. 


It makra a ^a«t different^ 
all th* ditfrrem'* b*tM*rn H*i| 
and llravrn. Hheihrr a man 
brlMrvra hit hf* i<. a plan of 
"a bit of ingerifniia pluipWng whriher (hrre’a only 

Inaiead of "a child of t^.' lomotiow and lomoiiow and 


>tv? lifhtrd K: 


biB piK* and rv*f) uuntan 
too.** than Uf* bai not only 
loai ita bloom but alao tta 
nwanlng Ymi'd hrti*: tak* a 
good took at )au 

ae* 'iB you hr 

VV h*n Moara look h low 
vi*k« of hiB pe»ple h* rouid 
ne\*r ^nier th* rinnut>rd 
Ijii d' Tat- r a ' ' of 

inai. la a hanu ihe^ da>*. 

VN we hrli*».,- nit tl»* 
Commimi«ta that man la r>-ily 


Mary “ i'hurt n. Oak Ray. 

Appiiiathona for iik* pi>a| 
w*r* rvt'Mved from ll%a i-nun- 


OAKLANDS CHAPEL 


Mr. Proudman tM>ldB the tol 
lowinc drgrerB: BA In hUlory 


First Church of 
Christ, Scientist 


4 »B 

J. J SHAKPIJA 

pf«ta»: kii.*wi«a 

auia«i* 

i«l II • « 1 M » ■ 

ar** 41 TU f ai 


First United Churcii 

c«* a«»444 4«B a«iBM<4i i4«a 


Visitors 

Lecture 


■ 1 Mi4T BIBt l< (B 

- • «M B M am. 

flubjart : 


ll •# 4 M 

**K Christian or a 
Church Member*’ 

a>l».*l RUM 

Rruadta^l aver i KUA 

list*) 

''Almost Persuaded 

a*« a i a>«f»M *4 aa. 


AnslicaB Services 


Ills !\aturv I\e 4 *ils (wlor\ 


— B I4 4«*H««J 

*44<»p Jsm*t r ate!f- BVI-TtM 
lUI N4lrM« < |4M> OwflJia# 

a«M 4 r arMu« 4 ~u n 4 ai 

4 X* TIB a* 

#•— •< • U 4 » 

T?::.rt«4< e.p-; Wvvt-ni I *■ 

A(« WVKMM 


Christ Church Cathedral 

Rotkland aad tfuadra 
TiH V«r« a*« a<>4a Wht(;*«. 
UB. M r-- L*»«« 44tf a«4M 

S as ajH —Holy f omnmnlMi 
11 M am 
Otoral l.w* harUI 
5*1 mon. Th* Dean 

TJS p4ii— Sllmatrip 
laalruclloie^*' Akia* Ik** 
Cond». :ed b> the r^-- 

T as pm — r.trn*naig. Jaittra 
Bay Hall. SSS Magarm SI 


World Religion Day 


I p iM Sunday -Ian. IS 
TKr Bl I t. ROOM 
ISSS Brrjad Hi 


FREE METHODIST 


■ !W a I I r_- 

’‘Oeath of a 
Mib 

frightful a., 
killed 


e« thr 
about -=i* *rlf 


DON’T MISS 
HEARING 

BAKHT 

SINGH 

OF INDIA 

ONE WEEK ONLY 


H# nr,.* knew 

w# 4 - laiat ft»f Ufa 


In (.Uy (.Itiirrhvs Suiuln\ 


METBOPOLIUII “I 
UNITED CHURCH i 


Ihfficull IlrrtaloRii 
Rigtii 11*4. II A. r*. 
Kankllnr. D.D. 


ST. JOHN’S 


nrmKm: 

Heetig life Through 

TH* ai<dMp 


I L t.te«B M I* 

m«u*« -a** Bt4«<4t 4v 

S m la«* 4 a w pt* 

W. B I- 


WHEN YOU PRAY 

SAY . . .** 

Pr*a« hrr 


Father 


mi - '-iai> • fuflouf^ 

f-' ' . ’ ' )la ■ ‘ B*t 

wi ‘ n* gurti Bpeakei at th* 
—;j. ig •**>>*» at tr- 


MR. E. L LLOYD 


EYE LEVEL 


ALLIANCE TABERNACLE 


The Mystery of 


Broadcast CJV1 


C IL Jam** 


TH* *'. -r- - 

R*4 L*"ta Butler 


>M4»rt«»B 

^fMlay 
II •• 4 A 44* 
TJB »• 

THiiraday 
■ p.m. 

I •!»•* ««MT4i 

!•••<■ a 4 M- 

•i Bm«44« 


ST. MARY’S 


WORLD ECONOMY IN THE LAST DAYS 


Saturday 
k p.ni. 

Sunday. II am. 
3 p na. i M pm. 


prayer, a 


VICTORIA SPIRITUALIST 
HEALING CENTRE 


ST, PHILIP'S 


CHRISTIANITY IN TRANSITION 

R> PHII IP lioi.um AV 


llislorv Book Prizes 

0 

\on l)v (iilv Students 


' a nt- ;... i^* futurity of humao- 

V . fa,;:, • p# ai •’ ‘ irity BuffU ‘nl 

fm a!' piif' 

A\aiUhlr at HKBDKN RfMIKS 

SU JOHHMIN nTMMT, VKTORIA 
PrW M.?.** 


UW»**' 


Hopd Lutheroo Church 


AnElicu Services 


GRACE ENGLISH 
LUTHERAN CHURCH 


YOUTH 


CHRIST 


pi!#a« piTr-«ied 

by Vbtr.t^U Bf Ml: 

lork-al A-“naru--, |i |b an 
M,'UAced b) coU*f* pr..-. ipal 
Dr Harry Hlr* — = n. 

Ir: th* 0;rl4lma« *..imina 
Mi:.- Pail) waa t*.p hw 
lory iiia* „ 

Marl--^ ted -c«nd >:ar 
I-.avh wUI re\'eu* a ~?i of 
*lgh* bnok; th* Hi,:--; of 
th* Douglj* t.ak* Cato* ra; 
r' by E*n| Vlrt'F ;-;p*'— r* 
* 1 . j Lieut. -tiov Trank ftoaa 
i. ; wtiiien fc- (.'ampt>;'n car- 
(«H. th* 1-? Anlh^ 

l^g) , Dr Maigairi OrtT.:?.-. t 
pew Hiatory of British i nium- 
hit, B A MrKel'i* a Pagaant 
of Bf, ih* B«'. \Vi*n*n • In 
«tiiut*3‘ :'.-.-.!*nntal Y*ar rook 
Dr John ' <;alhraiin’4 
lltBiory of th* Hudson • Bay' 
I'cc.'j'i. Mir>~:»* Wdkrn* 
* <»mph*U B Miaiory of the 
Nsrihe-**? 0 ;;,- 7 )pany and [h 
R f>ddM L^rge'a Klttory of 


ST. MARK'S CHURCH 


Osk Bay Usittd Ahureh 


ST. AIDAN'S UNITED 


PRESENTS 


• Ml MIt RV THl y T< HkRMOM-rrtR 

• RIRI y oil/ RtrWrtN RMMOVr AM) kOOKK 
Hh.H <M |f(M)l> 

• MI.HKAt.r R) R»\ 4%<K OK NANAIMO. 

tOMINt. flN JAM ARA ?4TH RAM A 

BAHKT SINGH OF INDIA 


ST. LUKE’S CHURCH 


ST. CHRISTOPHER’S 


OsrdSR Uftitsd. langUrd 

4*4<iM 

a.< a u M 4. a o. 

II BB ■ • : -I 


BELMONT AVE. UNITED 


Victoria Truth Centre 

Vu.'. 4>IM.' :« Tfc4UJ» I *1 I44«*. 

rkr»* fl a ' If} ft*rg t. Iri-..'* 

.Miaiatrr: KK\. F>1AI\ M. hMIl.FY 

ll?>' am "I AAHI t»|ta Any ttv* key" 
Unoam ChlUJ.,.. «C: ?, ufth* iloklen Her 

AT! p m "AnU .N*%*r Ha.* a .Nenmia Rreakdowa' 
TirTwJa. 3 pm ..‘IlfeAtiag Sm^tre 
'.V*diw‘4d*4 S(«i p r ' l.*««u« In Truth” 

ISSI Sort MrrH 


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 


ST. CHAD’S 


. Wf" a*, o IL raittr. a 4 ara ewM. 

Ma'^.a <>f. 4 K'»i 44 * outftmi M M.«< 

' - • a.a >• 44* ..I *nn-4t« «M Ba.iaiM'# It BB 

II •• a.m— "Tk* < iir»e of < onrpromi**" 
r*-.*- WaM*4»*« J.,. 44* ni — 

7.SS p.m. — **Tb* IMffrreor* J*«u« Make** 

a^- ; Ml* ( Ciiwtt 

»»»>af t.a l»w *.«ae .aWM*. M t* 1 . 4 % 


Anglk-an ( hiirrb 

I.4IM4M 4f* at 0«.(l4a 


ST. MATTHIAS* 

BW — ■— 4 44* •■.•>4-' 

k*rr>mt aiindat after 
Poinhanv 


KINGDOM MINISTRY (Brilish-ltrasl) 

iM*#* wa 4 4 mifa mb. «ii tar 

'iPI AKIR < APT R AA R rROTIIt ROK 
Nl RJf t I Rf < At <T Itr (IIAMI I . RM It A Ml 
IN HIS (.Oil 

SttrwU.. 7..AS pm. NKAAHTt^l) HAM 7S« I 


; a m Mr ig Prayer 

Sermon "Jaoua AAAih t a" 


BMOtHALV uerrCD 


EMMANUEL lAFTIST CIURCN 


Morning armv-r; at 11 a m. 
In Belmont t-nited ('hmrh will 
be prearhed by Rev. T L. W' 
Lanceley. whil* lb* evem.ig 
aermon wiU b« by J. Haegr.l. 
Sunday acbool aupetintendenl. 


CENTRAL BAPTIST 


We Prearh Chriat Cruclfied.^'RUi"'. and Coming Again 
•31 random Avenwa 
Bihle ’srhool for All Agea at 1.45 a m 
Rpodljer— HR. 4. R. ROWFIJ,. Former Ptatof 

II am.— "Our Today— 4ro4'B Tonmnww'' 

7.M pm.— "Th* power of Ih* |j>rd AAa* PreornI 


l/K PUBLIC MEETING 

Tm Iritlih'Uratl WarlU ftUtrgtivn (Can.) 

Jv MOVDAA. JANl ARY HHh. AT » P M 
1^ ■^AANTPAD HAI.U 734 fORT »TRrrT 

Annual Meeting. Reporta. I le,'Hon of Offl. era 


Bnth aermona at Ri. An 
dr: a Preafeyteriao »'.«ur^ ^ 

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T1 DMDAY. January !•. AM p.m . Nr.AAMTr.Afi HAIL 
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Bailti (Totontat Vki^rk, I.C, Uu. Um. 17, IMf 7 


i$»rmhlY iwfinlA f'rptf* Hnntl 


l)e Gaulle Given 
Power to Map 
Algeria Future 


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store Hours: 9 A.M.-S .30 P.M 


Closed All Dav Wednesday 


PrrmMWnt dv rvgUfM • tb* DMr* cabinet wtU ksi out 

tree hand to introdttce «we«p th« five-year Ufe of the preaert 
in( dnmeatie refurma and aaaembly untna (he aa»embly 
•etMe Algeria f future U dtaMjlved earlier. 

B> an ovei-»helmji\f vote of Before the vote Debre loM 
453 to 56 the National Aa deputlei hta fovernment 
»embi\ approved the entlie letuae to necoilate a 

prx>trr/n primed Thursday “’ll.*"?*!!!* 

by de tjaulle and hla har>d 
picked premier Muhe Debre. 

In •laiemenia to the opening 
arvuion 

The aavembi) then adjourned 
until ne»i week, when H 
wtU dianjaa lia ortanUationaJ 
problema aa the tual partia 
men! of the Fifth Hepuhllr. It 
wni not meet again a« an 
active ld|lalatuie until the end 
of April. 

Friday's quiet det>ate waa a 
far cry from the parliamentary 
turmoil of the Fourth Rfpub 
Ur In leaa than qigh> months 
de <;auite ha* taker, over vir 
tually complete mnirni of the 


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Literary Day at Stittrnans 


It 1**i% lo fftc* A champUMi. 

h«<1 pitched to Wlllt* 
May*. plAyMj golf with S«m 
Sn^ad. fought • huU In Spain 
and playrd bridge with Oawald 
Jaroh> Now h* waniM lo 
how It fell to fight Arrhl* 
Moore iHe should aak Yvon 


Arrhio. pawing wMh a kft )aP 
and standing up straight. 
Moor# misaed by to much, 
jnhiked and slammed a noisy 
punch to tha mlddla of Pllm[h 
iims ha«'k Al the and of iha 
semml, Otiige s noon was rad. 


vi-'on and slag* people, aocieiy 
peon la 

Arrhte Mnora. burtdled in a 
hlua ovarroal. hurst Ihrough 
the door and ducked into a 
cubbyhole drasaing room 
where a lean .r*hoUrly young 
man waa aming on a table m 


By iA(K HAND 
NEW YORK • API Silllmdn'a 
Gym can be a loiialy place ai S 
arlork In the afifmcon. The 
ting lamps are coM The lunch 
stand la cloned. No punching 


bag tat a lai lalt In the balcony, 


Durell# I 


'HI." aa»d Arrhi# to t>orga 


aiood In the gloom oe«i ihn 
Idle luihAllle The doot« swung 
wide and in walkgd three 
young girla in mink 
Half a rkuen s^lIdreMed 
men slammed a cah.deot artd 
clom|»ed up the wooden stai>‘ 
In I) minutes the iingside 
sretf weie full About ^0(1 
In all. Literary people, tele- 


C/ra Bowen, another writer, 
was refeiee and announcet 

"in ihls comer Archie Moore, 
the light heavyweight champ, 
weight -he saye* In thia 

corner. George Plimpion. 
weight 1T8." 

There waa no bell. «o they 
ataited by the woid “go'* 
Plimpton bravely came at 


nose had siairred Archie a 
ihiii. 

Hack in Ihe diesiung room, 
they shook hands 'He might 
be able to do It If he was 21 ** 
Mid Airhte Plimpinn is .11. a 
gisduate of Harvard and t’anv 
hndge wiih a squash, lennis, 
baaehall harkgiound and na 
more puglUaiic ambiilona. 


Plimpton, ivveditor of ike Pana 
Review, a literary quaiierly. 

"Pulling cr>rn pads rwi the 
knuckle#. huhT Reiter punch- 
ing t used la do that when I 
waa younger. 

rtimpioo grinned a creeling, 
lie Is wiiiing a sei les of artlclea 
lot dpnris (Itusltafed on how 


Full SfH'cd .4 haul for Stadium 

nlle cftNKMd facp rd Waller cnuii upheld Dodger stadium contrary 
prwurient nif Lna Angeles with rlty nf 1 /ia Angeiea, paving » ay 
while waving Dodgers' con> for construction at iTiavs Ravine, 
■r an aitlata' conception <d — tCPC.I 


BEHIND 
THE GLASS 


WINNIPM; — Winnipeg 
Warnora, flung four un- 
answered goals in the first 
jterlod. defruited Vancouver 
t'anurtu, ^2. last night as 
Al Rollins made a sucresa* 
ful debut in the Winnipeg 
nets. 

Wanrors. playing Iwfora 4, 
Tbi Western lliirkey League 
tana, goi graal goaliendtng 
friHW Rc:: = iis m the flial r— • 
Wd es^b-..«Uy an the two nC' 


vH-rnkiA «i IS 

a WsstaieMsr U l« 

ssaTsaN arvisiniN 

a m 


tilTONKl. HARPtK, ORTi You have to corx)^ 
•n> on-- of the eight finaUsIs a chance m the V'ancouver 
bland irtoe pi. -dnwnt starting today al the Viciona 
Curling i*ltjh but off pa*i performaneaa. Tony r.utoaki, 
<fe>fending B'-' champion from V^1«yna. and Dufu-»ns 
Glen Harpi'; who loat his Br- i-hance last year by 

n irv-li, lu- r U c cttdU iO httiL 
wi* • »s«oe link- pv* ar. au*n a 

... • ig ■ - pt .1 final at Pmt-|oo 

l>i Gary t.#ihel and Data Dalsiel 

Mersey Hndga. Proddy Duncan n-l 
I - .n up tor Helper 

tile 1 - . ^ between the two rlnka. Brrih 

^^»^h My Une-upa wK:r^. have been 
time and both hava aktpa who are pn»ve« 
fT-e nothmg to ba dc: ‘sad In mapping 
i It a •tipserr game and anythteg 
e ski Harper gatna al uJA tomariow 
Ihs V. . ge?r-e in the n '«d robin aeries If 


handed Alter Uial the out- 
enme wss r v-'r In cVimm. 


Ronkie Warren Hvnea. R:;‘ ^ 
Jrh„- 41 and veieian f-’v 
Mc-lrnko each - -sh-J Iw . • ' 

for the Warriora. who held a 
wide edge in the wdde open n 
~ime Defen^man Rob Chr>- 
■tal and lorrkie l>rry Biiaaon 
also wnred for Ihe winner*. 

For Use t'anuck* *:vt>n were 
trrt served by their highly 
touted rookie line of Met 
Peair--n, Ted llampaon and 
Danny Bellale. Ron HoweH and 
Bellsle were the marksmen 

Defenceman ljd Xemrau 
...i.'tdpd out arveisl bndv 

fhe '-.a and was Iht best of a 
Winnipeg defrin. :urps that 
gave Rolllna good pfv*^--m. 

VU~t-~ry moved the Warnois 
with two points of the third- 
place .-SaAkaifnn Quakers in 
the eestem div‘ k>n Vaneoti 
ver remain# in secon d pU. . >i 
tb# western divisi.tn. three 
pr>i~«s behind Ihe Seattle 
Totems 


Cheers^ Mat Jeers 

5>ems almmrt unbelievable, but former WHL 
referee Eddie Power*, arknowledgeii cheer* Instead 
of )eer« as hd ikiaea with Murray Hall, left, and 
George Olah. two Toronto Metro ^yerv Player* 
and fan* applauded Power* and colleagues Dalt Mc- 
Arihur aivd Lou FarelU who donated aervice* in 
Ontario crippled children’s fund garr>e.= fCPC.I 


this week from Ihe •'h<--go 
. lark Hawks nf .Nan- -:il 
H ' League, turned a*Ma 
27 drive# as ii»mps ; 1 with 
Ihe 37 hkjckrd t. V 


Uoih atr 


Cougars Set 
For Seattle 


Sneakins Briefly 


But w*--:r .. - “ i| r:fher Gulr. *-1 or Ha«ri^. Is the 

loCkaJ ctiouv to carr) •• as zoo# repiescntative m the BC- 
fi' »l at Vernon nest “ nih the v^r^>»v «uU ha* -_r.r. 

and any >if the other »ts ri~ks r-nutd slip lb.— .gh •r-'-ild the 
eofavoniee f#::c. on their way to their viw<'«1 meeting to- 


eomrr Bruco Lea on • line 


Victoria Cougars aia cur 
tenlly in fourih plaiw in Ihe with Doug A 
western dtyai~n of ;-ie West- Mscauley ar 
S..I Hockey League. 
c>.>a aie an the (iiatpl.-.:. 

With malice toward# none and Ihe wdsh that all curt Seattle Totem* 

*.•11 th = “--'r.er fewla that the Zorve 1 repraaentativa at the one point behind the 

(!?tai in Ve; r. r. nest m-~^th wlU be either Gutoakt or thlnS plica .sptdiane Spokaa 
Harper or. prv“;hly. Na“"‘mes Don MacRae. who ma> be and ihiea pe:“ts behind the 
sHghilv avarle»ked In being tagged only a* a sot ; “4a-‘- serond place Vaci-i-vver Ca 
horse • entry. And we ll keep an eye tt“ on Nanaimo# Brock - -*-* (-.Higsrs ho#» the dWr- 

W w. ran never be counted out and who aeema to sion leading Totems tonight at 

pUy heel again-* t;..* «kl M<^~--;ial Arena. Game lone 

# # e la -V; pm Al RnUina. 

CITY ATt I>KNTk BATH: Rut ihere'U he more to w-afeh And a .1 
at Ihe Vlctoiia -‘-■•tin* fiub tomorrow than the /..^e 0 -4# would lex 
pU‘.4 rUVi.-tg St the same time in the regional f*~~|s four points 

will he high ' - from VIctoiia Haney Vancouver and regarrlless of their poamoo in 

North Vancouver and in# sbntmaVing in theae game* is going the siin.Mng* 
to hold the tnte^-~st of many. If m*t moet. of Ihe ape. taiora Ctwch Pst Kean last 

All the sypfort will, of c-^rae he (or the Vlrtnrra High night he will keep the tlnrdie 
R t. ->1 enlrv. w^^‘■ baa an esceilenl .hance of making the Hawnrih Al Nw^^.ol‘■'‘n c^eorge 

trip : Pnr<e o-Hge lor IE.-' provincial flnala starting Jan 24 Ford litre intact, will pul new 

Jim Gallaughei. '..i Br-c Roger Pick and John Ralkxh 
Ur ‘ .Medty make up the beat student (ouraonw the city has . FV^ 
he^ - ' far and U thev pla\ their game# and forget about the ^ 
game* a|r..£ IJc am- the large faller> certain te ha on hand. I I ■ II 

they can make It T7w> have the ahotmaktng ahiltty to do It. ‘ A VF 


I their Don Rlackhurn or Ento Sch 
_.r^; playing “tin Wll 

SOT; and ro-::.‘iie RiHy K^ 
i'arl Kalsrr and Ted Harrla 
will fotm one de(e.-- ...mbtna 
tion and Don McLeod and Jim 
Hay the Miier 
Meanwhile. Winnipeg War 
r'-, who have acquired ’he 

Irrs of v«eteran ffteJtende' 

have sent ‘ ir 
(toattle fo.rr.. r netmindei. Rav Miku 
tb# C-'tigari Juat Ian to the -laskstnno Quaker# 
.1 of first plsr# |i I# especied S#skairvoo# 
preaent gtraliender. Laden Do 
chene may wind up with the 
New Wrsimtnater Roy *’’ '*ho 
are apparenlly not MtUfied 
with the work of rookt# Don 
t.'ampbell 


Af roach Fred Collen watch- Henry ('ooper #nd hen 

ed with ohvioua aurptlae and ^ would go ■ • far uuj 

^ ^ bte^t Cooper and Brian 

diuippointment. l.n.d.# en ^ 

Iry in the oorld baakethail himseir ## a heavi 

toutoemefrt drop p ed » SO M de- wetgbt canteoder . . . Ice. c#rr 

(ialon to Rrajctl yeeterdr- in a •»«« P»*> ^ 

^ . Ing lieldt in Britain unfit fi>r Ani 

II, « r«„Hl l«..rR in .snn,Up> ^ 

matches In Ihe Koghsh and P^ ' 
Doug Brinhsm of Ihe Al -'^ttish (onthaM leagues hsve 
bentl A»r.;eilr- a !#•• addUlon been postponed as hs.ve rugby AU 
to tho Canadian team, was 

Win has approviHi a bid by * 
I'anada s lop arorer with 12 Winnipeg Blue Bomhe.s 


Remember When 


hddle powers *et«>nw 
hot ker roai li. rwllapsrd end 
died at Ness Haven. ( onn.. 
IS year* agw today, a few 
brmrs before hi* kHL leaf*. 
Hve Kagle*. were arkednlrd 
lo play Posser* for nsany 
years bad been a hockey 
sinsM end la rharge of Ike 
farm system of the NHL 
Toronia Hapio l.oaf«. 


Top sredr d ‘r‘. mh» Whll 
laker and bob Hunt advarK-ed 
to ths fmsi of the open stnglas 
claas of tha etty badmtr.rm 
.n..iip: r-^^^ps last nigh! aa 
semifinal# wer# - ..n^iJeied In 
all itur /IB at Ihe Amphlon 
Straet hall of the Victoria 
Lawn Tennis and Bedmmton 
Quh. 

Hunt, defending the title he 
won last year, defeaiad Rodger 
Undal. l>«. lyiOi and will 
meet former Canadian Junt-w 
ohamplon Harvey Hurd In to- 
night a final. Hurd advanced 
with a hard won Wll^^-lS. 
IN4 dertaion ever 135 Wdley 

Misa Whittaker baat Jean 
Maasie. 11-4, II 1. B*v Ander- 
sen look the other semi. 114. 


AIM HIR MOOHR. whoM 

f-T:-‘^vck in a Itght-heevN 

weigh! champiofvship houi •"*##» 

against Yvon Ihifelle earned 

him Ihe admirmllon of ih« *rm* 

boxing world, yesterday rhal aionv 

fenced Britain's two top iis ec le 

heavyweighia. He offered 


with a »v.r.rr'. 1 i w 
profit for the ho#» cl» 
hv> f.ier.T-rarv and It 
Club levi' Le* * iwv ,*v 


TOTEMS 

COUGARS 


fi SI 1*0 

• so mrr: er^:rH flSS-t, 

Virtsna eutiisa 

*• s« -.tssS 

• YlS««(W CS'Mns 

r*« svisin* 

■ I p^r-- Oa aeU)** S***mmQ 

tvirosOt at a«*i-.^t» *• OeiroaMr 

Bl Ts*a»i«e* **ss*«l 4 

I SS so M . IfOtmis 

eisk** S' HlS''S*' S 

I a s<* as'iMsi a*-**-' t^ro 

Ms* TsfS Bss*s»> •• CMess* #W«S 


C\THA F.^D‘ Ladle* a« *He V*'*torls CurHog ritih are 

:>Ui'T fo: nv=if -^r -11 

*122 and the BP p|s>d..wn*. whkh will be bekt here Feb 
taip , annual O'urlen- will he held at the F..*t 

!'-;ied fhurrh #• 73B pm -u.*ds». March •- wHh Rev L A. 
H.ggns ccMuctlnt . M' ’Aalah and Jim WeHh two fmm^ 
p,.-^ ,^, 1 , ^ , hampurf -*^lp rlnti* inlacl. failed 

tr 2**t of their own clu!'-= m Winnipeg Coneola playd^"- 
atwl tn lAsskstf-.'-r., M<*,ir»e Thijmpaon and Harold Worth 
also found out the iruih of tb- statemeni that It's hardest 
to get .*.ul of '■•■ur own Hub h\ feeing sWietlned early Worth, 
whn puyed third : :ki foi Jtmmv IMI of DelUle in the Idvt 
Biter at M<»oc(,>n. had ^Imrr MacNevIn. Hill a aecond that 
ywm; a* fitsi annual Krtighta of Golumbi*' In- 

Brr:--p*.cl will he KeV' ai the Vlctorta (’urllng Cluh 
Jsz. 24 with 1* nnka two from Vancouver. Duncan. Cour- 
tenay AThernl. Nanaimo and l^dysmlth. on# from » ioverdale 
and three from Vut.*,.ia TT..*re wnll be three competitmna and 
five frH game* will he pt :'1 until Ihe finals are reached, 
when Id eoda will deride the winner* |i will be held each year 
at the Ver a .ui>r wemni spota was noticed playing 
In tho frr.tora' League .^/aierdey afternoon An unusual atght 
(or Vfc-toriana . . another nf the many piayoffa al Ihe Vlctmia 
club this season will he held Keh 14 15. whan elfhf RCMP 
rtoks will rocr--’a m a final . and a good lime was 
jud bv m/w: «t the Duncan Ronsptel last weoh. Right. Frank* 


Flnala Mart wmlght at 7 at 


a- M'lysroo 

sm a>« i*(<« 


Nanaimo XI 
Fights On 




NANAIMO «rpi Nanaimo 
MTCvr club, exparted prevl- 
nualy to drop out of the mist 
leagu# asid Friday H will make 
a laai dli.'^. stand Sunday to 
keep Ha franchise imaH. 

RepreaenisHve* of the cluh 
Mkfd (or a hearing af a regu- 
lar meellng of the coaaf league 
executive lo preaeni Iheir case 
It had been ron»^ie^ed likely 
lhaf VlH .rta would get appro- 
val aa Ih- lctr'-*e a aole Van 
eouver Island ortry. 

Nanaimo repreaenlativ^s 
John Bealey ind Boh Semple, 
will tell Sundav’c ;r----iinf they 
have Ihe ne.-e*aary fund* 
to support a teait (or tho li^ 
season. 


yoomlf fim# and 
men«y1 Suy h#r 
DIAMOND at 

ITTTLK A TAYI.OR'B 


Bv Wsli DHren 


New Rink at UBC? 


WW**T- 


VANCOIVER (rFl— The pooaihimy «| rnm- 
•tnicfWNi of A BMM.OOO winter sports nrena n| IHe 
t nlierwity nf Britlab CofumhU here lo hebiB !«• 
vpotiKotect. 

Tlie AreiiA uoiiM eontohi I wo Ire anrt»eea. 
o«>e for rurHng »*•<* oOier for ire horkev owd 
fttuilinC. II akso wnwld hoie on od^nrent eoHooure 
lo howae A tfW.TArd awimmlng po^. rhuifl irould 
fAli for completioA hy Vpfemher, HHW. 

If Approved, ronatmetlon prohAbly woold 
otert imroedlAtely. 


Off- ala of the pcopoaed 
Vlctocu sorry i.-.u-d not be 
j^-.che.-* rommerti hut last 
weekervd appeared aasmed lhal 
HviB would bo lo the 

IMCUA. 







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CAPITAL 
IRON & 
METALS 


Bowline RnutiHu 


lail9 ^olxmfd VktMk. I.C. Ju. IT. IIS* | 


Hi^h School Rinks^ Too 


'steady Pace 


For Bowlers 


TH-etvp links «ith ho(M>s 
of Uklng 1 big step on the 
roftd to • Canadian curling 
championship «ifl sweep 
into action at the Victoria 
Curling CHib today, each of 
them scheduled for at least 
three games. 

Eicht rlnlu, two tnaa each 


Make up al the rinks lo the 
Conenla hnal end the A'sw 
tatiww. 

T«<r Cai^i lAiri. M DoSSt 
(un USM 'mmA' cm* 


Penticton la«t Fehruar)’, are 
teneralty cottrediif lo be eO' 
favontee, but there will be few 
toll leuctiet In thU eeriea 
tluioakl pUya Merrett. WU 
son and gtlraaker. in that 
seder, today while Harper gets 
MacAae In addition to WUaoo 
and Stlrsaker. 


By 4V4 TAVIiOK 

There won’t be much rest for the rlly*i tenpin 
bo\iVrt In the next two months. 

Just at the moment moat of the interest le centered 
around the city handicap chanipionahipt, Keb. 1 and 8 
at Stratheuna Bowling Alleys. But that event will tmly 
be the beginning of a somewhat hectic series for the 


brunsws-k has ■cheddlad 
tha annual Canadian chaen 
ptonfthipa for April .1. « and S 
In Wlndmr.^lAO , which mrana 
tliaMoma time in the interim 
lhn& Important preUmmarles 
have In he mlled off 
i'lrst, a city &>rw champion 
has |m be dA'lared Top two 
men In that event will com 
peie In the B(' ptayuff In 
Vancouver. March H 15. and 
tho winner there gitea oa to 
the B.C. Alberta playoff on 
kUich 21 22. 

AH of which could leave 
the Victoria Tenpin buwUng 
Ataoctalloo w»mewhat hard, 
pressed lor lime. 

Not wanung In Interfere 
with the eliy handicap teuma 
ment. president Andy Palmer 


hasn't yet sst a definite dale 
fur the rone competlUtm. A 
meeting to ;.t^t the dales and 
Iron out the plana for the 
coniprtluon will be held 
shortly. 

Iluwever, It la likely that the 
evrnt will be airetched over 
two weekends, likely starting 
near the end of February. 

Viebnia was credited last 
year with ataglng the best- 
ever Canadian rhamptnnahips 
However. Ihdications are that 
thia year's event cbuld come 
dose lu iMpping the even!. 

Windsor la Ihe home town 
of defepdlng champion Ray 
RaJa. arM the ctly la cspeiied 
to pull oul all stops as the Mg 
policemaa goes for lua third 
title. 


cIuIm. wrtil be playing In the oj ono of the mnre-dangeroua 
aecond. third and fourth 
rounds of the Vancouver 
IsUnd (Zone H BrlMsh Con- 
sols final. The other four are 
high Bchool nnks from Vir 
Iona. Haney. VaiMouver (Kiog 
Edward) and North Vancouver 
which have won Ihelr tones 
regional final 

Both fioala are rtMindrobln 
series. The students will com 
plete play today while ibe aen- 
lor curlera will play Ihe last 
three rounds of their a erle i 
lomorrow. Men a games, all 12- 
endera. wiQ atari at 10 a m. 
and 1 and 4 p.m. while Ihe 
atudent curlers wUl play at 
9J0 a m., 12 noon and 2J0 pjn. 

Each sf Ihe men's rlnka haa 
already played one game. Ihelr 
*’homa” game agalnat the 
other fink from their cluh. 

Leading at the iwosnem are 
Tony Uutoakl of Vkioru. Glen 
Harper of I>uncan. Harry 8tlr> 
taker of Albemi Valley and 
Don MacRae of Nanatmo 
XutoakL the defending 
champion, and Harper, who 
waa ruimcr-up tot the final at 


oeaslw draws 

Wlnnn's of (he aeries wlU 
repreaeni Vanoouvei Island In 
the BC. final in Vernon early 
neat month. 

Wlnrter of the high arhool 
aeries will play off with Ihree 
othci irglonal winners In 
Prince George Jan. 24 for the 
right to represent Bs' In Ihe 
Canadian schools flhal In Cal- 
gary nest mtiplh If Ihe 
iregionai round-robin should end 
' In a he. there wUl be«a playoff 
tonight. 

Victoria la represe n ted In the 
aeries by Jim Gallaugher. Lt* 
Brice. Roger Pick and John 
Balloch of Victoria High 
School 


Icy lA’up Appears Easy 

Quebec Oly merhdnlc, Gerard Le- But leap could not match Jump of 25 

I'oun, nalla over H barreU for feet chalked up by Leo LeRe), tt.S. 

dislanre of 22 feet. 10’* Inches to win whU. who won his fifth world title. 

C'-anadian title at Groaatnger, N.Y. (CPC.) 


Vntl of Ibe fivepin news'7S2; Jack ('.oldie, li'*. Vic'. W\ 

this week was made at »qul Harrison. 7^. •.‘nS' ; Cy WalU-. i^r*r*ITIS I fill I III r*l I 
malt Bowladmme. wherw eight 74V and Bud Brock. 743. Wes' .LrVfVrlllVM il^ 

bowlert bettered hOO for i Vogler %ras the hest of the' 

ttu*e-game series. tlvrptnners at Stratheuna with W‘1NNIPE<« - Drafting of year made the rosters of pro 

Geoff WorrsU was high man 74^ ('snadlan college football play Another factor which 

with and 749. t»n<«wed by High acorHl were harder nrotmmmum^ fneihall ap*ll the end of the 

Ben Price. IRS 354.; Joan come by at Gibsons Bowls • - ^ a ^ draft is (hat aome pro duha 

White, kM: A Leland. kSO: drome, whera Herb Hunfi 77S ^ Canada may be drop eending promlalng 

Tony Bishop. A4»; A Bewo- was tty lop series posted J. S*d afler Ihis year. young Csnadian foetbaO play- 

Weu. K9 r. Ware. 118: Fred Blevins was ninner up at T71. Alfhouah no formal an- ^ I’niled Slates' coUeges 

VVoraley. 81«; Msv Wallis. 79S; fottowed by Stsn Bell. 771. &1e ocnfKwment was made most lor eapenence. 

Ron Watt. 7W Fred Morgan. 3*: delegates hmtrd the> were dis lUmllton TigerOts have 

71M; ^ Kirh^ 7»4. and and M. McKay. 734. seil.fied with the draft rule sent eight Canaduns to col 

^ as* wrhtcw boa bem« m operlnillen m SMieew 

Hlghihtee honors for the Cihsoos has been selected four yeait. States and Bt* Lions have 

III -t**lL** •' siinual For Instance, only seven of un^lerwruien luilion foea for 

r... ^ 77 •'7*^ taplial Women's Iniematpu-uil Bowl the i'. players drsfte.1 last 13 Canadlana at American col 

Cl^ Bowling Alievs. Ing Congre*. Unpln Imima - in** 

1I«.T^ Xmlln W’ 11 I 1 Saskatchewan Roughrldera 

lUtiy Smat Wj>e Team event will ha rolled UL o 1 1 I , are paying eapenaes of 14 

15. with alngles and ?? dll I^dUd players of the Canadian Junior 

Xmoh doublea set for rVh. 23. ShiHs , champion Saakatoon HUtlops 

SmPh, 753. Prank Morgan, will roll al 12 45. 4 and » pm. i rn«Kv Oni^ll •* Unlveraliy of Saakat 
ej r I rwi . va WU y VfUCII rhewan and are slmngly op 

nryau iA^ads lenpuuwrH i. ii i u» continuation »f the 

H Bryan put together games Morrant 373- K Garland SC vIV 1 lUIv9 At present, only eastern uni' 

of 182. J03 an.1 237 for a 
whopping 632 wties in the 
rommerrtsl league at Gibson a 
for the high (enptn acwre of 
the week. 

Len Parsons war one of the 
hoi last bowlera at Gthaea'a 
With sertes of «n <2<>4. 2t>4» 

In commetrlal pUy. <14 t2K. 

311 1 in the Sunday league, and 
Sil 12111 In senior co m petioim. 

Among lha other high aror- 
•rs In (he vartous leoguee at 
Ctbann's were John I9vea, 9TT ' 

• 2ns. 3fW>: Tommy Mute. 573 
Bill Taller. 577 
Andy Palmer. 573 iZRi, Wiif 
Smith. 570 1310. 2Q2i Ken 
Munn. 573 (209 20|t 


be picked up by other pro 
dubs. 


SUITS Begniar MBJS t 

* 29 ^ ’ 49 *^ 

SPORT JACKETS 


SLACKS 


PKRBLIC BKACH Call/ 
'AP* Art Wall shot a seven- 
^rn^» under par <5 Frulsy to grab 
i him the midway lead W Bing 
'30TV Cmstiy's SjAOQU golf lourna 
, ment with a SS-hole score of 

ixA 

2n<i; Ilia drcond straight sub par 
Tom round gave him a tour stroke 
Isn uat the field, with Jimmy 
rtwtt. Dssneret end Jim FVirew wf 
I W ma ta i^ Salem. N-C« west si 
was J*- 

Jsek George Knudaon and Gerry 
544 Msgee. both of Toronto, led 
Were the Canadian entries at the 
end of the seemd round, each 

with 145. * 

j At Balding also of Tnrenlo. 

S had m 

^ I Veteran Stan Leonard of 
7 Vancouver was lied with him 
wtth «‘-ores of 71 and 72. 
Moe Norman «»f Klt<hener. 
I O Ont trailed with a 151 total 

TIIKFK AT IM 
Dcadlorked at HO were Jay 
Hebert Gene Ltitler and Dow 
* Finslerwald 

t itsa ' Wall and his partner. I’ S. 
* amateur champion OvarUe 
>T4a«< Coe. carded a beat-ball <0 for 
a 125 total to lead the field 
In thal division of Ciwshy's 
18th na t lo n a rpro-amateur 
even* 

Leonard and singer Gordon 
MscRac turned la a <7 In the 
. roam event for a L% total 


Thia advertiaemmt U not published or ifi^layed by 
the Uquor Cdntroi Board or by tht Oivenunent of 
Britii^ CdumM. 


Lm other good efforts. 


VV VANGUARD 


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s*rMTs...i ns rm*r* a«Mr iis 

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eoram eAca-Wi'* aas uataaaiS. 
S***oara III UW«i t makt Ul 

I MS ex«iaa Ul aia* Ve 111 

;iu r*a'4 li* aiiM O IIT 

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B U • Bla Was US DiWta* » n IIS 

Sl 4 f • UJ BUIM ISS 

UBm IIT Iboal li*iM III 

A Waio* taSias Ul A iMta 
A ttaeaa Ul 

aixra aAcw aia i«tiM«a 

ai’l NiaM 111 Hi> Ta« Trail til 

ur.t UK OS US i naMaOr ui 

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er»rr«‘iaada tit TaBwaa III 

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»i caiaa ill AtlM aiw Ul 

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Oa*-ir OaW lU CawBet aaaS IM 

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Ar>a«Rt* U# aaa US 

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Biewaa 111 T^aae«tltwr US 

TTSe** a aaa Ul Csrtaaa III 


Keep 
Your Eye 
on 'Capital' 
for Unusual 
Savings . , . 


Ckae^ M ->4 OraM Waa LaS 
»• Baoa« ivipwrat*. aifl 
TV'S Tlwa I M 


STEEL 

CLOTHES 


Hera k i»— ihe car yww've alwsTS wsased— ihe aMgnihcwM 
aew Smadard VANGlIAkD MK III ! It comhtBca 
(be precistoa eogiBeenag. detailad perfeeboo oJ 
British cralnflMaslup with the comfort, sryle. pcrferoMace 
feetwres CaiMdiaas detwsod. Add the Vsagward's 
woodtrhsl ecoBoaij, not oa)y ia low pwrehsse pnee sad 
upkeep bws ia every day gas mileage (op so 34 tw-P-g. 
with overdrive), sod sil the hailt-la eetras->nshelest sires, 
beckiag lighca, dirertssM stgtMls, wiadahtsid wethert 
-that are scaadard eqaipmeai oa the VsogMrd. Yoa3l be 
coaviaced shsi you ges more ia sryla. la periormaace. 
la aaiiiifactma— whaa yow drive a VANGUARD MK. UL 
See k. drive it bow as yowr doafer'v 

Sea Brkaia sad tha coadaear is comfort 
thujwar. Taha drltvary e/yoar Viageard 
A MK. Ill ovarstaa Tear dealer ariU 
•rrsagi alt dscrila. 


POLES 


wt*a a«i«^ssi ctuMMM si.-'v 
r-va rut>*« ftv* vsrw. »**r 


Lftiti a tilih«< 

Painted aluminum 
ftrong and duraMe 
. . . steel pipe con- 
Btruction makes them 
completely rrUahte 
takoa the beavleat 
wash* Up to 15 ft. 
Longer polea made to 
order. 

CLeTNItLWI wmi 

asw*M. sv Ua . . sa# 


rtoMcTs Of m nsHiAif motoi co. (cabua) hi. 

Mils, run AM savKi nom vtcroiu, ix ro n. nm's, mib. 

mrsM 


Wb BpecMitoe 

Skatt SharpafriBi 

aad 

RatiiiMl Strlacliic 
NOCKIMfi I FORIU 


OLSON MOTORS 


Alim’s Super Service 

ALBCBHa V.L 


ni NCAN, VX 


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Concrete BUtck Plant 0 


vi m iii 


New Industry in 


ancouver Tradinj 


(Tai«;monl 
Leads Rise 


T<mUv*h Hollar 

On* 

« 4iM«r M I « WMB. 

»«M MVtKa* 111 i > «M«B 

KtW IMft. ClM* 

Mtl«f I H II U 1 U 
M«M •4»rU*>« IMII )• ♦! I» 


By NAKMY 104 MU 

CMimirn atMiM* aaiiwr 

Th« Gull l«l«nd«‘ UtMi In- 
aiMtr> Ui vxprciMl to b* In 
opBratkm by imdApcU, wbon 
tho B.C. Llghiwrlghl Afftr- 
t«(M Ltd. plant «i SoluiiM |o 
due for oompletMn. 


He brUeKe* tho i1epi(>rtetk*n 
In the vaiuo of Iho dollar ran 
be etapped If there to an Im* 
mediate reiutn to a balanced 
budget and in the ptivate 
•phere Ihete la a check to 
salary and wage increaaea that 
aie greater than the overall 
rate of Increase In productlv* 


m TM*i 

Sms 

IM v*AiM Baa 


eraffes 


VANCYM'Virfl IndualrlBl 
Mocks were mised at»4 active. 
Woodwaid Hiu«ea i«iae to 


DOH dOMM 


cieaaed by about one half of 


Jukea, 


lower than in 19Sg. 


"Only 18 mottiha ago Bril 
aln, too, was faced with an 
even more aertous financial 
situation. To save the pound 
and slop htflation eatiemely 
strong medtetne was adminis- 
tered. Today the fruit of this 
couisgeous artlon la a pound 
whirti has become an Incteas- 
Ingly hatd niirenry and Infls 
Mon appears to have been 
rherkad" 


roe. piani oes^n la An average of » Miip. a day 

three-q^uariera of all aquip- gc guilng the vear 

h« !»■„ »urch.«.d. Th» .li 

The company is to Manu 88 ileepaea ships that had an 
faciure concrete bkicki and average stay of 30 days in B.C. 
reinforced cofHrete from ahale waters, 
depoaiia o8 Saiiima lalaod. These ships are estimated to 
A 10 toot diameter. IXi^fooi have epent 11300.000 during 
long rotary kiln has been pur- their stay in ac, walets 
chased in Pittsburgh and la Elected chairman and preel 
due to he delivered at Saturna dent for the cunent yeei was 
early neat month. L L. G. Benliev, vice president 

Conveyor belts and screens of Canadian Fmesi Pioductt 
are being pinvided by Link Ltd. Fuel vice president is T. 
Belt Lid. and the new whaif L Roberts, geneial sales man- 
at Lyall Hai.bot is being con* ager of Alaska Pine and Cel- 
siiucied by L and R. Baldwin lulow* Limned 
Logging i'ompany of Nanaimo tMher vlre-piesidenia aie W. 

• • • Sianley Moo«e. Monte Whli- 

^.A80.4K|} VOI4 MR HH.N *»tigto« Lumber Co. Lid of 
Seabosid Lumber Company M C stone. HUIne.i 

Ud., which handles Iho selUng ^ *-*«* • •f Lake 

— -ni»n« Cowichan. S. Heller. Pacific 


AlltURTtll 8RA8TltC 
WARTIB 

Chaneted arrounUnt 
I Alla. I wishes to acquiro 
pmrlict in Victoria or 
elaewheia on V I. by bur- 
rhaae or aurco salon 
agreement. All r e p M b a 
held In sirirt mnfidenre. 
Viatoria Araaa, lai 1IM 


TtmoMTO: 
Industrtstn .. . 
t*oM* 

Base Metals ^ 
Hesiera OH* 
Mmres: AJU. 


(anadian Industrials 


A. E. Ames «Sc t'o. 

UMllOd 

/•eaMmeof 5«o|^o«a 

laftf Trust fcuUisn • A12 Vt*w 5u-«et. VictMia. 1X1 
T dspAssi: Kvwyae a 3-4171 

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• •-.•MS CAk»««* 


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I'nlveraHy of Alberta 4 b or*e to 

EXECUTIVE DEVELOPIMENT 

at the Baarr < eotre far 4 oalbitibig Bdacattcai 

MARCH IBtli . 28 Hi. IBM 


Maaaetsig Raterprt«e Maanrial fwatraM 

Maaagsaww H aad Adaalaiitratiaa Wwaiaa Beialtawa 

e*» tsrtSM aSftlUMrS VI' HS 

DIBB4TO«. Banff Arbaal af Ptae Arta. Baaff. Albarta 




FOR LEASE 

COMMERCIAL Bl ItlHNGB AM> YARDA 

Wlib foreshoiu leases. apptoiL three arreo or fwrt. 
Three bbrrks from Founiam CirrW in iho heart of Vlc- 
lona'a induatrUl ceniie. FuU partlculara upon roqvreat.^ 
No telephone information. 


WATERFRONT PROPERTY 


Toronto .Mines 


vsfi«e after seven ■e«M**ns nn 
the «focfc market in the fastest 
trading in two month* 

Spe<ulallvs Issues weie 
OKlive. 

t'an 3!nn was the imvst si-iive 
f«»r the third dev. ea«ing ttuee 
cwnis at IQ 

New Mylamsque. ahead II 
rents In early ttading. settled 
f»>r a four cent win at ft Mt. 
New llnstw. ahead 1,1 ren*t 
erntirMi nnnn. «loeed up thine 
rents St SI .11 

On indrv iiuiusirisis dipped a 
few (te*'lmal points 

t'algary s»*d Fdmnnton n>«- 
Mnued 1*1 lead weaieni <vlls || 
gamed I', matrhing Thtir*- 
dsvB p» gain It «io«cd «t It 
PetnNna was up *, «{ |t'» fnr 
the ttnlv mt.nr g*siH win among 
weaiem oil* 

/ *St HuhfH*ty (trim 

.MNV YORK AP. The 
BtfMk market i lo*ed mixed. 
CtsiMs wets slump h) riihheia, 
aele« ted •taels a few airrrafis 
an aMsinmefti at niher 
issue* Tite trend was lower 
l»r rails inhsis-ns airtinev and 
eie* tmniTB 

Ameitisn Metal (limsa was 
the most active sinrh fnr the 
aerrtnd d*v ri»ing H., tn 12% 
Alt init Vw shares 


* They nppnaed the move in 
' neeie a eeniral elork e« 
ehenge in Tamntn 


Creditors ^ail 
Take-Over Bid 


MS Orws UAS 

|4J>W a. >* se- ft 

MS »>(r smv III 

fSM *„<•.•. H.U 

m s-WM MS 

|tss c*«-* «-*•« t*t 

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avrw r«s u». «i 

sisa ce ' u-r •> 

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VANCXK’VKR UT- A 
grcNip af Prsine and Vanmu 
ver tmstnesafnen propose In 
take Mver a rttv camiete dia 
iiihnitng firm that is In the 
hands «f Its rredllnis 
*n*e gioup was given an ex 
lensUm nf lime in i-nme up 
with a detailed ptopntvel when 
the set uied ciedttma of Atie'n 
('snadlan fetnenl Ud met Fri 
dav. 

The rredllnis weie told that 
Anglo Canadian I'emeni awes 

ttnrifwinn nr im« ammmi 

•Mil PM la held hv aneured 
rredltma arvd ahmit •iJrthMki 
Hv unaerured rredH*HS 

dpnkeaman fnr the p*naper 
tixe huyera was 3 S Turves 
who said the pmiip Inetudee 
r» W kherp nf Praltte Pne 
Mamifarturing an*t Inlet Pm- 
vtnetal Steel In Regma snd 
William C Ralston president 
nf Lyona Kqirlpmeni Co In 
Vancouver. 

The IhH of seciiied eiedilors 
Includes the R C r,«verr»menl. 
the COv ef Vancouver. »he Sa 
Monal Harbors Biuiid, hiiatness 
prma finance compenies ar>d 
ln*nsldua)s. 

The cnmpenv was unahle tn 
meet lia last nevmll when II 
reased operating IV.- 24 


Leadin" Traders 


Market 


llnlivled and Misrellaneoii.s 

VSVrSHtva WM(a Bb W M #•« CvO sM U 


deed money ror 
a winter vacation 


rnTtciher ynur tdc« nC wraief u >kiiB| or 
furf'boordini. a winier vacaiiM can ba 
wuhio your reacR wRli tte help 
r4 a Penoiul Loaa trooi 
Tte CAMdiag Bank at Comment. 

Many find winter the beat «ea«on tor travel 
and xport. and winter vncatioiM are 
incTeasiagly popular. Whether you wuh to go 
unith or north, enu or weM, 
ii u pnasible lo take your vacation at 
the xcaaOB of your choice. 

With a Peraofia) Loan you can travel bow 
and pty (or your vncatiou by meant 
of regular monihly depoaiu. 

M the Manager of our neareat branch • s ^ 
be will he happy to tell you about 
our PcnKmal Loev plan. 


« a«xH IS BAN as 
«!«•«. W IM 

Of-nto M'« ST 

Css-nM« tt n 

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selective demand hrAiight *e 
newed firmness An the l/*n 
dnn slock merket Industrial 
Multtes ahAwed widespread 
gains 

Them wes a Htg demsi>*t fnr 
pTAperfy.aharcs and television 
shaies were atmng. Riewerie*. 
newspaimrs lexiole* and 
•lores an emacied aM*mHmi 
hvti steel shsics were dull 
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BANK CF COMMERCE 

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Greuler Wlocto — 


Mew York Market 


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LEWIS 

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Parkin:: Lot Slated for Site 


latlff (Toimtiit Vki 


TiAwll^n «■ writ chnp- 
«Ui bcTMPUl M ivAuli 
cl rulni thu v«*r ct tl»«> 
v<*nrr»bl# Br«>iif|iton Stf«r( 

bu» (irpoi. 

VancMver Ial«nd CoMti 
Un«« which h*t biwn W««ln( 

the bulMtnc Iron T L«t«n 
(Centde) Lid^ ts movlnx ll« 


Th# old depot butMlnf will 
b* rajed and the tile levelled 
to provtd* parltlnf •patw for 
ttrire ruatomert, an Eaton'* 
•(M^haaman taid yeaterda>. 


There wat iwi conlirmaiton 
ci Iba report tlui LaMM't ta 
pitMihtt a Vteteria eoymar> 
part of H* muHlp>e>a(oiey 
parltlnf farife iB Vaoeouvar. 

**ntere wlB ha an anaeunaw 
mant wvhlfi a tew waaba,* 
tald David Ktnnear. Caion'i 


FKiPiCi: RITKRT icri 
A pul) Ur health oflloer teati 
fled Friday that he called an 
RCMP officer In order to fain 
adaiittancv to a city home and 
examine a Ibtee-monihold 
baby firl who died two day* 
later. 


rhikt hreauM he tahi the 
waa MnrVr the rare of Dr 
i Hnrigara. a Vanemiver 
•paiiallat 

After he had Ihraaiened to 
obtain a aearch warrant, the 
child waa produced from a 
neifhbourlnf hoota. Dr Lalng 


Oual loo BeBave U! 

Soma people will tell you 


that ihere* nottiing new 


went to tba home of Mr. and baby to ba undenuwrlehad and 
Mr*. A. G. Prince Dac 24 with in r>eed of madicai atteatlon. 
WtUlam Prokop. Tiead of the He a«id ba than apoke to Dr. 
•orial woUar* branch office Rrvfgera on tha phone and Dr 
here, lo «er the couple'a dauf b Rf«4ger* sa>d be waa prepared 
ter. Bertha Mae Prince, but to accept re«pcmiiblUly tor (be 
wa* refuaed admittance. <'hlM 
Dr. Latnf aaki they then The little firt died Dec. 26. 
lefi and returned later wllh an The Inpueat waa adjourned 
RCMP ronalable Mr Prokop until la>t night when a palholo- 
than admitted them, but g1«r« report waa tn ba 
refuaed tn let them aee the , prewnted 


VANCOITVCR tCPt — "nie Much greater convenience 
White Rock Player*, defending for the travelling public will 
drama champion* of the Do- reouh from the bu* line move, 
mInkKi Drama FaaUval. bid **ld G. Cooway Parrott, gen- 
fair for a mr*>od dtanre for «raJ manager of the firm 
the covelaU national title when “R** 6 unldue vet up apart 
they opened ihe British Colum tbe Hanalmo bua boat 

bia regional fetllval here *«rvtee wllh the ('oach Une* 
Thursday night. office and facllttla* and the 

Opening the three group. Waaklng ton Stale Perrlea* of 
three day competition on the laclllllea In the *amc 

Weat Coast, tha Whlta Rock ■P®*-*’ be aald. 
group preaentad "Dark of the Parrott said Ihe rrtove 

Moon." a iwe act drama by ba completed bt the end 
Howard Rlrhardaen and Wi|. rebmary. ihu* ending 30 
Uam Bemey. Orrupliion by the. 

Adjudicator Richard Ainley. 

a famed actor, movie »iar and .’bat s*m 

producer from London, aald f****®*’', toianiM puP 

the WTiiie Rock group had 
made a gnod atari to the RC 

festival tmlldtng nrlglnally 'a 


INPOflMAL 
is the hfutiful 


CMDR. JAMES rALVPtRT 
. • . loat oa land 


A R. L M.-NAt’CUTON 
. . . executions g«fod 


International, an organiaatlon Plrkra*. who playa a deputy 
of emartalnam aheriff in the flhn One Eyed 

ess Ja«k* awunf a rtfl# butt at 

HOLLYWOOD Aetrsaa wping Brando and mn 

Mam (orday agy. aha plana Brando suffered a deep 

to start dtvoroe ortwaadlns* hto right eye 


WBminer. Longer l^gs 

Ns. ns cant raslly Wngthen 
>mir leg* but we cun halp 
you aeem ktngei tiammed 
than you raaily are and 
that a what count*, isn't tt? 
Blenderella atorklngs. hy 
Munsingwear, have aubtiy* 
blendrd ahadew* and hlgh> 
Hghta whtrk make yaur 
lags Bppaar slimmer, 
longer Invallar Jual a* if 
(hev'd had make un aopMed 
hv a the*lrl«-*l expert . . . 
CYMtoae seamed or aeamlasa. 
fisas b to II In ‘mauva 
•haglc ' ar “told mafic* 
colour*. tM nalr 


USED CAR? 
MORRISON 


H A.*<aih>OTON LAMIMABK 
The romerstone of the V .S. 
Captlol building at Washington 
was laid hy George Washing 
ton In 1793. 


U'NDOH- Alloa NoMe. re 
tired navy mramander and on* 
of Jbitairi'a ino deputy foreign 
mlnlaier*. has resigned hla 
post bacauas 1 do not wtah to 
^tend tbs rest af m) life m 
pouncs.** 


MO£CX>W - Pravda hat M- 
nourtred the ouoted Bulgaaia 
Mnlaaav Mateakay gtvup a* a 
“mlaerahla bunch of poUtWl 
bankrupts ‘ raaponaJhle far 
altorleomtnga m Seviei prodtac 
tlon last year 


OTTAWA Pr«a** MlaMirr 
Dtefaabaker asya ha has m- 


Phone EV4S14 


wmM 


rmm Rwwta. Na? 

No. (he 'habK’lava helmet* 
tan I a Ruwiian import It a 
)u*t a mighty smart Ides to 
help ynu he comfortable aa 
well aa glamorous w ban tha 
taastbar'a uklllv. wat nr 
wlhd>. Mada af atrati-hahla 
was! |*f«S), (bw't no 
trouble about slxo you )»rt 
rboaae the rohiur you want 
— aitkar wbils, rail srsark 
klsrk ptnk or navy. Rmarf 
aa a adUp. and only 1«L 
SmmS rw* 


Akm money dealings 


tXIB TAXGO 
RVtdttt 


WASHLNGTON Kim Navsk 
and Peery Como showed up at 
the White House to represent 
their Industries In prrmnllng 
P r M i d eat E W aKowrr with s 
memhership in Variety Clubs 


EATON'S 

Yardley 


RHelufold Kocdfdy 
Eu m peua Damw 
Amwrhatl 


CHEZ MARCEL 

DfNMS DANCE 
Bvery Boaurdsy MgM 


Presents You 
With a Gift 

With Sddh box of Yard- 
ley 's Red Roses or Lotus 
SMp. YartUey gives you 
a gift bottle of matching 
bath mUIa You may 
phone your order to 
EV' 2-7141 or 
Zenith 610(i. 


SHOW WEEK 

DOW* rmwEP FOR we first time 

SEE THE COMPLETE STORY !!! 


VICTORIA'S rmmiNAL 
FTSH A?tn rnip KROP 
KIM'R 1617 

ISK RKflAII RTKEI.T 

TIm FhMtt In 

G«Mm Irowi 
FMi and Cliipi 

ORDEM TO TARE OtT 


GEM 


Good News for RnUterw 
At last the day has daam- 
ed when YARN COUHJKH 
RTALLY MATCH' No 
more luaaJng wtUt dys )nf 
numbers no mors buying 
an the wonl )nii need at on# 
time for Estonia X sryd 4> 
ply vams are now eolnar- 
rTMtched. CoMiir WB. t<>r 
example a Vwsly psla 
green wiU alaayt be si- 
srily the earns thsds. Buy 
sa m e now more ruBrt 
month, more In Aufuat — 
tt will all match parfectlv. 
Approx, lax pull almtn tn 
rttMcs of 15 dtpendable 
colours. ITc. 


ttCMAiDWtTON*JgAN 

YfOOt MATUtf • MIOUIl ICNNIC 

** DEMETRIUS S 
OLADIATORS** 

R**w M wm I sms M*i ■aid 


KANIOFF T 

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■TABn TOMOUnw MWDAY MinMTK 

★ ‘UOP xmil" « -TNE FEARSmilS 


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JAMESON 

MOTORS’ 


USED CARS are 

PRICED 
RIGHT ! 


CM^rt HMM YilM M|* 

wlior* hi Victoria aod yoo 
vW o(Toa Mwhoro cm 
yao pt a hattar hay tliaa 
riclit karat 


Tbene Uitaasra Aro 
Wkissi r I 

Find cuttlngoui ■ hoiu 
when you're aewU^* Drtti 
elertrir scisso r s anon aettla 
that' Na pushing. no 
•queeflng Jutt touch ths 
button. olreH the actaaora 
along any Woe. straight, 
curved or complex and tba 
materia) seems to fall apart 
aa (he blade touches It. 
Would he * wonderful help 
to graup* sawing for 
baaaar*. etc., wa’d think. 
Preclalon made In Xwtfjwr. 
land, only ItJK 


Fragrant, delightful for milady's bath . . Red Roaes or 
Lotus hath aaJia . . . your gift wtut each boa of matching 

soap. 


Color 


*57 RAMILER 
'63 RAMB' ER 
KVOU AAQEN 
*M VAUXHALL VELOX 
*63 PONTIAC SEDAN r, 
'63 PLYMOUTH SEDAN 


Two-lone, rerNnlng aeoks. 


»•! rHRVROf.ET TWO DOOR 
Popular lorped* bark. I 


Rprtuf Flower* are Rera 
Nothing ahowtnf In lha 
garden, mayba. but you can 
•till sport a boautlfully per* 
fumed flower. Pact^ In 
handsome plastic contain- 
era. you'll find artificial 
hlo o saa that look Just ilka 
the real thing each one 
romplete wllh a bottle of 
Its own twriume Add a 
drop to the flower hrfor* 
voti go out. and the Illusion 
Ucofnolale' Chnaas a rose, 
a aprsv of violata ar NIvof- 
♦hevaflior tor an|y tJR 


MANT MORE TO ( HOORS FVOM 


Yardlty soap ha* long bean a favourll* wiik 


Women who btya to be feminine alaaya Red 
Rene* and tatiw wwpa hv Yardlev, with y*mtr 
gtft of tnatrhlng bath salts. d JCA 

Bos of three bars I sOw 

RATOPfB Phannaep Umllad. Main Ftooe. 

PlMU* RV I TI41 


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EATON’S 


Again EATON'S Prnsents 

Lanerossi and Acrilan'and Wool 


■ * 0 - . popu rtcs ort ? . m«n o .. to wcor, 

EATON'S rtpoofs th« offer of Hiese fine qualify shirts at o special low price 
Attroctive check potterned shirts, 55*/« wool, fl||||||H #% a 

45% fioco; 60% Acrilon and 40% botany wool lil iJ 

drip-dry fobric. Choose blue, grey, wine, send or 
green. Sizes smoll, medium, lorge and extra MM 

large in group. 4m 

Red Label Speciol, each MM 

Txt*» n»mm KATONW^Mmi’* w»«r. Wsl« nPHr. riMH9e B\ 


This U the coat men choose for wsrmlh. wear and all'Weether comfort 
. . . smart 25-oz. wool fabric cruiser coaU, Water repellent, and well de- 
signed and made with double shouJders and sleeves, four dome fastener 
pockets. In brown, blue or red checka Sizes 36 to 46. 


Red Label Special, aach 


The warmest cotton flannelette pyjamas are fully 
cut for sleeping comfort. Washable and long wear- 
ing, pyjamas have drawstring waist. Choose smart 
stripes in blue. grey, or brown. Sizes A to E. 

Red Ijsbel Special, pair k9H 

KATO^W^Nee * W>er. Male naer. PbMir B\' t-TlII 


S|Minc la in the air at KATON’S' The reaanii for the 
KBy atmoaphere to a deURhtful roOertloff of fresh new 
print dreiwea of areiate-Msmae blend The name . . 
WoodersUk! Charming, flattenns atylee In gkm- 
mg mteurt are not only knelv lo aeir . . but ih# 

frocks are hand washable, and dry quM kly*. Crease, 
moth and mildew reuistant. too. Wondersllk driwa. 
Sim W to 20 and 14', to 24'; t:ach 


IrftWi-llada fgr EATON'S af Oaiiada 

\ Men’s Luxury Shoes 


Go All Electric— and Save When 

Wl^ You Buy 


Two-at-Ofica Savings 
ComMnatton Offar 


With a reputation (or Myle. 
fpiallty and excellent 
wt>rkmanahlp Breviire of 
London present kixiiry 
jihoM (or men In (he alylet 
and colours men the 
courrtry-ovtr prefer. 


VIKING 

Electric Range 


Tlu* mtiiMlitctfirr nffrr U a 
•pat Ml invitation loi man «ho 
prefer <-lothee of dMlnrtion to 
rhiWMie hambnBkeh atyled Mint 
b) W* H Leiahman durtnf thia 
M»4r^«»Mewave Itole. ^««r M 
the time (e bay . . . while excel- 
lent quality »uiiv are at aaW 
price*. 


To provide complefe baking, broil- 
ing and (opof-range cooking in 
limited apace, this Viking *25** 
range with fully automatic 20” 
oven, easy - to -clean elements. 
Model 1.*t25X2W*. 


ilMMiNe (ram atlk and w<n4, Had 
ford cord, wonted verre worsted 
rtaiineL wonted, mohair. irWh 
twM. .><co«llah Iwiat. pic atut pic 
and Irnpiral woratedi 


^Sman. auperMy dtaigned 
caauaJ ehee* with Seyelei Ue* 
boaat qualify canatnirtion 
with aoft. pliable up pert 
leather Uninf. kalher wde* 
and heel*, rubber Upped Your 
cbnire of blech nr brown in H 
D and R widthi. aim 7«« Id 
11. Pair 


SRMially Pric«d 

2-Piecr Hult. 7£ | 
Special, each f 0«| 

2-Plece Suit. QC I 
Special, each 90.1 

2-Piecc Suit. Q|» i 
SpecUl, each 9Dal 

2-Plecc Suit. <|AQ I 
Special, each lUO.I 


o. 40 glaw-iined elrctiic water healer lo 
go with your klfrhen range. Heavy gang* 
steel tank is equipped with 2.000 watt 
upper element, and l.txm watt lower ele- 
ment. With lO-year warranty. 

S«mi*Annual ftaU 
Comblnatloii Off«r 


Popular golf ahoea amartty 
atyled by Rtovitt'a are af 
excellent quality brown calf. 
Preferred by men who wear 
the beat. f> artd R widths in 
«taea 7S to 11H (WUeiitvoly 
Pair 


Choice fabric* and amart atylea . . 
Leiahman. Chooaa the colour i 
weight to ault you. while they aell 

•ale prkaa. f H AA 


RATONW Paailty ahne 
(ewAro, gwnaad PInur. 
rWnae KV t-7141 


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VUrrORlA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1959 


SECOND NEWS SECmON 


Development Plans Unkn6Hn 


No Preference 
For Gaglardi, 
Says Magistrate 


Two-Year Campaign Means 
Revival of Regiment’s Home 


All csMs that come berore Maelatrate A. I. Thomaa 
are treated Lmpartiallv on their o^n merita. the rhagk* 
trate told the (’okmUt yeaterdiay. 

II# »«• rtimmenUrvf on a 
puhllanad au#r> a* to whether 
there wmt one lew for rebtnet 
mmieter* and another tor (he 
fennel publlr a query 
broufflu to publle aitenttoa hy 
(wo men! < aae« 

THIIMC MONTH MmH 
In one. Mtfhwaya Minialer 
P. A Gaflerdt. i-harfed with 
doinf U In a 40 mlle-an-Aour 
ft*n# w«B hb#<} $15 and a 
three monih auapendon of Ua 
Urtnce »aa re>-«>mmeod»4. 

Suboeqae n tly. Mr. CatlartM. 
whe did not appear tn pereon 


Hlftm 


l^ndMard waH of ok) Fort Rodd HR). Irwperted by 
Ruaaell Potter, 31 N Pumieti. will one day become a 
tourist mecoi when the fort, at the west aide of 


EaqulmaR Harbor cnfnnce. Ii developed ai an 
hiHohc park. 


Mother, Son 
Risk Lives— 
But Pets Die 


Brief for Etlucation Prolfe 


m#M. wW add niU.aat I. 

(he rH»-a lai revnoM. h* 

mM. and poMIr ^wiar# r*»»T Oeri^f K 
aheaM he hrwMfhi In h#«r In In the other raaa. Richard 
Inwer (he dvemtl mHI m(e Mid|(ie> A nf Aft lien# Tai 

ra«v. appeared hehwe ihe «em# 
RMfiatrale iharfed with ea 
• eeding a VMhile apeed bmn 
hia rirat otrenre He waa tined 
$15 and hu Ik-etu-e oaa aua 
pended (or two montha. 

Later he had a chance to 
lake a |uh (or which a driver a 
bceni« would be nwdad A 
letter etplalninf ilua wctil to 
Ihe maftatrole. Mr. Mtdclev 
«aid he received no repty. and 
hla auapenalon wna runMnued 
the full two moniha 

Mr Thomaa denied (here 
waa any diaiTiminatinn in the 
two rmaeo. 

A(T ON r.VKlhSt R 

In each I acted on thr 
evidence avalIsM# he aaid 
In both caaeo. a auapenaion 
waa (ndiralcd It waa Mr 
Mldfley'f rtrat offence, hut 
the rtrrumatancea Ihe actual 
■peed and hia manner In court 
led to mv deciaion 
' Roth aent leilera of appeal, 
and aa la mv Invarlahir rua 
tom holh wet# paaeed on to 
(>«e|e LindMN. (iwHor veht< in 
■upermtendent. (or aurh acikm 
aa he thought rti.** 

'NO tOMMRNT 
Mr Gaflardl aaid only: “No 
comment. 1 have received 
exactly the aaann treaMmonI aa 
anyone e(ae ** 

Mr Midflcy't father. Victor 
NUdtley. Mid he waa dtaturhed 
becauae hla aon waa nM 


A Sidney’ achooi teacher and her 17 


Careless 

Driving 

Queried 


Both dnfa were found tuf 
(iM ated (mm denae amuke 
which tilled the htmar Hremen 
•itetnpted to rwtvo (ha dopa 
for I5 minute* kefore they 
fave up 

Mr» Joan l-jiaiea 2(7$ AH 
Ray R»nd and her aon TM 
pUinfed unprotected Into the 
houMc alonfalde llremen who 
were wearinf maaka to proiert 
them from the amuke. 

I’he body of Tiny Tim. a ■(*• 
tear old t'hihuahua. waa 
loiind In the hitiivcn. Rtrbby. a 
nine > ear old Labcaitor. hod Mrv Hally f oMb pourinf a cup 
p«iahed iiiieu a panlr> door In ®f coffee i.She tuna the cof- 
ai< atteiniH in avukt the amok# fee ahop at Uak Bay Boalhmi*# 
twriire lie ivlUtMed which waa boufhi h« her hua- 


Aluminum 
Auditorium 
To Be Studied 


MRM RALLY FAITH 


Officially 


rnaelMIMy of b«(Mla< am 
alofitinotn aod M iwIum lo ho- 
Inf atndted by cHy ho Kd liif 
toepector RnderMi 4 larh. 
Cbaiiibi r m| 4 imi iw erce dtree- 
Ittra were l«4d ye«4erday. 

Mayor Ferry Hcnrroh mM 
Mr I lark la worktof •Ml 
■aoN for anrb a bmtWlnc 
~U wo ana oeH the tdr« «o 
Ihe Ollier nwolHpoltUe* M*a 
q«Me pwaMbla we mlfbl yM 
gel on ondllortom.** be anid. 


‘Bnhhy waa a wondrrfol roodlnf and sewinf > . . . 4oam- 
mmpanlon and a line hunter. ‘ Honh ktokiiM cool but ef- 
he naid with tear* In hui eyet. (MMnt bi her witfonn . . 
aome houra after the flm. Hieamrt Raev eiplolnliif a 
The hia/e aiarted In a rhea- mlatake in an otenronlca dr* 
lerfleld tn a front rtKon and cult diafram . . Boh hrarw 
then Ihe finny lienralh II beM rhallinf ahom btmka 
laufhtflre The flamea weak- thout people with aick. atek 
ened the Hoot ao (hat (he hum minda ..Dr. fl. M. “Mae” 
me rrmasr^.v :»f the che-icrficid EdmiMNi havutf lunch in Ihe 
dti'ppe*! through to the hoar- HjirmcMiy Room at Ruyal Ju 
^ bibw HnapMal . . Domma Ryan 

Mrw. Raglea waa (eot hlns at vtalting her father l« St. Jo> 
NiMih SaanUh High .School «iph a HoapitaL 

wheo the flio waa reported _ _ _ 

about 1.15 p.m. Her two 


Saanich 

Tour 


Pupila over 1 $ years of age. 
who have the aMllty but do 
not appiv ihemoetvea ehould 
he eapelM the brtef ataiea. 
“This would not only reduce 
Ihe coot ef edircatlon but 
would Improve diactpline at. 
tltude and apirll of llwue to 
malnlt^ ' 

Other points: 

French ahould be a required 
aubjert apread over at leaal 
five yeara, ataMing In ele 
meni ■‘'V w-hool 
Abie rttidenia ahould he 
allowed to proceed al Ihe 
pore they ran meei 
The phyalcoi education pro- 
gram alMMld be reviewed to 
provide more ekerctae and 
fewer game a 

A mnro competitUe (eetlng 
th«»vM be Introduced by print 
Inf a rtew report card which 
clearly Indlcaieo In parents 


Sommers 


A Hackers 
Cowed 
By Victim 


Yliree youHia. eowed by a 
lire Ireo wielded by Ibeir 


kidney police court ye M er- 
day. 

Aiihnr Richard Rav, ttl 
Maehel Mreei. ktc i nr ia . hdd 
po W ce «me of (he yowtha 
“(nah a owlpe" at him wllb 
a ainpNoff gua after after- 
Ing Mm a ride from Pahrtrfa 
Bay Nlfhorav to iha «aal 


mated (hat It wUi be aeveial rupable of going anywhero In 
montha before tl«e third SwiI the Paclftc mumir^ with her 
bury begins operation tow on lier ortginat bunbering 

With Ha wldtllon the koal i®®)- 
company wm have mlvage aiwl .Sudbury II waa built In 
towing facUltlea ihat compare Napa. CaHf. lar Iha BrHIah 
favorably (vlth (hnae of prt- government Irt 1M3. was oper- 
vale Hiieieaia anywhere lu ilir sred by the Royal Auefrullan 
world Navy and Mter by the Aua- 

.Sudbury U wa» punlisaed »r*lton department of traito 
last year from AuatraUan In 

Irreeie and is now urwteigoing She la Jt7 feet long, dtooat- 
rompletr overhaul -and refit In pnwrred wtth four enginea de- 
port bete vrloping Ijion hornepower. 

Island Tug and Barge offi After rnmglating Mlvage 
rtala point wtth pride tn one tewa which mada hawdllrMo 
nf the big aaaetr of Sudbury around (he worM. Sudbury t 
If her tremendniNly I n n g la employed on lowing work 
ranga. Sha la mM U ho around Ihe B-C. aooK. 


Police Chief John Blackato^ 
yccierday anrtoiinced the ar- 
rest in (.‘algary of two men 
who liave admitted guilt In the 
New Year a Day hoMup of 
Darltng'a Pharma> >. bit Fort 
The two wore arreuted In 
ronneriinfi wlth-caaaa af rob- 
bery and car theft In the Al 
berla city, and have alan 
admitted mmmllting airallar 
cornea m Vancouver and Iha 
Praaar Valley. 


Both elected tn plead gulUv 
to all rharget in the C'algary 
court a. 

The downtown Victoria 
pharmacy waa held up at 7.10 
p m , Jart. 1 by a man who 
walked In a«ked for dgareta 
and. when Ihe >lerfc turned 
away, atwk aomething In hla 
hark and Mid. 'TTlla la a 
■lickup ' 

The man took $1(15 from iho 
(111. ordered the clerk (n the 
rear of the atoie. and escaped. 








14 BiUh (tolohUt Vktark. LC. SaU Jm. It. 1«M 


By Ann Landers 


Dmt Ann. W« 4X« tv^o Uan- 
•g* «Ut«r«, U and 16. Wt 
want- to know If wa arv tlgU 


Wa two oldtr glrla loallia 
that Dad ia a grown man and 
can do aa ha pteaaaa, but wa 


dtad taaving my alaiar and my- 
aaU and two >oungti rhUdran, 
now 13 and 6. Dad Kaa naver 
gona out with other women 
that wa know of. until ha met 
thla one wa are wiittng about. 

Three waeka ago Mb men 
tloned caaually that had like 
to bring a “friend'* to the 
bouaa ao wa rouM gat ac- 
quamtad. Laat work aba cam# 
for dinner and atayad with ua 
the entire evening while dad 
went bowling. 'Hua waa dona 
ao wa could gat to know har 
a little. Yaatvrday ha t<^ ui 
she waa coming to spend the 
weekend. She will occupy hla 
room and ha will sleep on the 
ante. 


berauae It wouldn't look right 
to olht^^a. particularly the 
younger rhildran. 

Pleaae don’t get iha idea we 
reaani Dad going with bar 
The only thing we question la. 
■hould ah# be spending the 
night? Thank you. H AND M 


MarliCod Gan Rallies 


Dear H and M. 1 agree that 
the woman should not be 
spending the night In your 
home. Not only la this Hi poor 
taste, but It would auraly pro- 
vMa cholca gnat for the goaaip 
mill. Tour father. Hi hla Hi- 
noeance. probably doaa not 
reallaa it. ao I suggest you 
point It out. 


The MacLeod clan nthered Iasi night 
at Oak Bay Bea<» Hotel to honor 
Mrs. Wolridge-GorckMi. aeated left, 
daughter of the chief of the clan. 
Dame Fkira MacLeod. Dunvegan 
Caatlt, V.- With the guMt*of«honcN* 


la Ma)or Alex MacLeod, president of 
the Vancouver laland Clan MacLeod 
Society, and Mrg. Catherine Mac* 
Leod BUnko. Standing, left to right, 
are Mrs. Alex MacLeod, and Mri. 
Edith MacLeod.— (Cokxriist photo.) 


Spring Sivlea 


Don’t ^Force* Drinks 


Dear Ann Lenders' My kua- 
hand la an aJrohotic. I know it 
and ha knows It. He has atop- 
pad drinking romplataly. but 
ywars of escaaalve drinking 
have damaged hla health and 
have haen rough on ua flnan- 
dally. 

Our fnenda all know of hla 
axperianre with liquor Yal 
when we go placea w here 
bquer la served, these so 
called ‘ friends" do everything 
they ran to get him to have 
a drink 

At partlea toreeooa Hivart 
ably tries to shova a htghban 
fai hla hand. At the dub. or a 
danca It's always the tame ok! 
aiory 'Oh have Juat ONE tt 
won't hufi.” 

A few years ago. after hav 
tng been on the wagon for a 
long (tme. ONE drink started 
him down that nlghtmarith 
road arslfi. No one will ever 
know what a korrtbla year M 
was far boUi of ua 
pleaae pasa this word along- 
Arm, Tell your readers that 
liquor, to anme people. Is 
deadly and It la rto act of 
friendship to force It on some 
one who asya **no thank you " 
IMOT. 


^ NEW YORK I API -Spring 

I for ona am always happy rtothea of lISP will draw wolf 
to chip in for thoaa little re whtailaa Instaad of caiculla. 
inomberancea eapenaUy now «n,at la tho conaensua of 300 
that I know what It means to vtailing fmalikm adttora after a 
he on tha race! ring end I'm hectic week of spring showings 
sura there ara many mora Ilka by (ha Naw York eoutura. 
me —CELIA fhi the final day of the New 

- - Yurk press wa^ showings, 

ConfManttal Tto Tl* Yea editors applauded the Imptea 
tt ta ruda to answer the tolo aionist collection of Jana 
phone in someone elae's home Derby, who show^ s flatter- 
unless you ara requeatad to do Htg and feminine group of 
ao Tell har suiia. coat rootumm and 

o a • draaaaa m tha tender paateto of 

Confidwiiial To Co Gettnr: painters Monet and 

So where are you going and ^ ^ 

what are you getting Stay •" 

^ ■rr'ir.i'.:!; '„r,' 

^ ^ ^ KTchua and Oouitces give a 

flutter of movement, and often 

Co n M de n 1 1 a 1 To f.reen 
Thumb The rest of >ou U ^ , 

pretty grwn. too A tn^ who 

la known ky iKrae d^erent ^ waUtllne. 

names Bounds like a susplcloua ^ daflnltely 

rharacter. The loral pollee ran 

prohahly tell you more shout Vers .Stewart sh««vs a group 
this Mrd than you II gat out of of Amerirwn rlaaalrs the aim- 
him Check up p'losf poaaible shirtwaist 

* * • dresses and easyfltilng 

If alcohol la robbing you or sheaths In handaunva but re- 

somaona you love of heaUh stramad fabrkw. often with fur- 
and dignity, send for Ann roUared raahmere a w e a t e r a 
Landers' newboeklat. Help dyad (o matrh. 

Por Tha AlcehoUr. enclealng Editors attending tha waok's 
with ynur request 3fl rents in shewing are almeat unanlmmsa 
coin and a large self addresw In thrir sordict that thay’ra 
ad. stamped enveinpe Jual the kind of rlothes woman 

f Ann 1.anders will he glad to can and man will Ilka, 
help you snth vour prnhlem 
5tend them to her In eare af *T. JOK.N’H 
this n ewapa p ei enclealng a St Johns WA Evening 
•tamped, self addressed Branch win meet IA tha Fire- 
ettvelope t •ide rom on Tuaa d ay at • 

e— Ifla»« IMS SMS OtM«snwt Ur P tn 


Dear Ann Landers; I sreuld 
like to aay a word to that 
white collar worker who rign 
ed hlmaolf ‘Robbad * 

Ha rompUined about offle* 
collactiona for brides, new Ha 
bias, gorng away parries arwl 
get sran flowers T knew this 
Kn# of cheapskate I work 
with them 

Juat let s omeone come 
around wrtth a punchheard. a 
fonrhall pool, a hot tip on a 
horse, or a chance on a world 
•erioi ticket and Rig Mnuth la 
the first one to put hla hand 
In hla pocket. 

I am employed In a large of 


Gubs and Societies 


New Television Sets 
Donated to Hospital 


ooUublets 


buffered to relieve colds, 
sinus pain extra fast! 


PattanU of tba Vatarana' 
Hoiglial sriU aeon ba enjoying 
two lolaviaien seta and ftva 
cribbaga tablaa donated for 
thrir aunrooou by tha WA to 
Ihe hospital. 

This waa raporied at a re 


Frank Ricnarda and Mrs John 
Elltotl. treasurer 
CounctUors are Mrs. Niel 
McLeod. Mrs A Oaaaon Mrs. 
K Welle. Mrs. Frank Rlrharda. 
Mrs W .Seymour snd Mrs. 
R. N .Shanks. Inatallatlon of 


Feb 13 at 3 pm. by the Cana- 
dian Daughter's League As- 
sembly No. 3. 

New members mnisted at 
Ihe meeting were Mrs M Kin 
nersley, Mrs .M Scott and 
Mrs J. Markereth 


cent mceilog of the group 
and rither reports show that 
343 patiania roceived gifts for 
(^rlstmaa, that 29B library 
hooka had been given out by 
Mrs. G Tatbot. and dogwood 
aalao amouniad to ffAKl 

a a a 

BPWL 

Recent speaker at the Bu«l 
nesa and Profaaalonal Worn- 
m s Chib was Mtaa Sybil Leea. 
a member, who spoke on *ha 
racial problem In Africa and 
tha work of the Capricorn Af 
rican Boclaty. active in Rhode 
•la and Ktnya. Introducing the 
•paaker waa program chair- 
man and vica-preaidanf. Mlaa 
Varna Beek. Convener Mrs. 
Margaret Brnhow announced 
that the proceed! from the ro^ 
cent rummage sale were $104 

• * a 

r.«*alpiinial 

At the January meeting of 
Ihe Centennial I'nlted Church 
evening auxiliary of Ihe WMS 
at the home of Mrs. J. W 
Blrtsrlstla. tha new study book 
on North America. *X*onrama 
of a Continent'* was Intro- 
duced by Mrs. Hilda Bennett 
*rha biataUatkm aenioe of (ha 
ll6i offioara. waa conducted 
by MMa Mary WUaon. 

* * 0 

Gorge RabH 

Gorge Road Hoapltal Auxil- 
iary Annual moeting will ha 
hoM tt the Hoaplial on Wad 
neaday at S pm. Dr C. N 
'fioattchar wtU ba the guest 
•paakar. 

a a 0 

Bridge-Tea 

Plana wart mada for a Val 
anilna Bridga »a In aid of 
eanrar rearorch to ba haM at 
(ha HudMh’a Bay Company od 


• a a 

Metro|H>lil«n 

*The annual meeting of Met 
ropoluan United Church Wom- 
tn a AaaociaUon waa held re- 
cently wllh president Mrs. 
G. A. R. Stak-k tn the chan. 
It waa announced that tha 
Preebytery WA maaOrig will 
taka place on Jan 3i in Dun- 
can. A congregational diruier. 
Hi (h# form of a wnorgAabord, 
srtll taka place on Jan. 31 at 
6 IS p m 

In honor of the een'ennlal 
year of the church, a' desae. > 
party will be heM Feb t at 
6J0 pm 

a a a 

St. Mflry'k 

Rector of St. Mai y's Church. 
Oak Ray. (ha Rev. H J. Jenea, 
will Install the new officers at 
a meeting of (ha evening WA 
of the church, Tuesday, Jan 
30 at A pm. 

The president la Mrs. A. H 
Stokes, vice-president, Mrs. 
T. R. l^ivaater; aarratary. 
Mrs. J McLeod: treas 

urer. Mrs. A Wlnaar. Oihera 
elected (o office Include Mrs 
L H Edwarda, Mrs. M L. 
Phllpott, Mlaa C. Merritt. Mtaa 
W. Smith. Mrs. B. Cdkina. 
* Mrs. A. C. Murry. 

I * a * 

I CWL 

TTve Catholic Women's 
Lragus of St. EUtabath'a 
' rhuteh in Sidney heM an elec 
tian of offtcera at the home of 
Mrs W Harris 

Charter president ta Mrs. 
Harris with vice preaMenta 
Mrs Allan Pettigrew. Jdra. 
Mary CIbha and Mrs. L H. 
Ltinn; /erordtng secretary. 
Mrs. Madeltne BMdenost; cor- 
reepondint saeratary. Mrt. 


officers will be held at the 
home of Mrs. W Harris at 
3J0 00 Feb. 13 by CWL of’ 
Victoria. 

a a * 

Dinner Rally ! 

victoria Dental Aaalatant’a 1 

Asaoctatlon held ita regular | 

dinner meeting at the .Strath-. . 
rona Mote) Guest speaker on ' 
Interior decorating waa Mr 
Hugh Kelso 

a a a 

killHtPS 

Vicio^ Kmaiies Club htld 
a special pot luck auppar at 
tha Daapanl Avenua home of , 
Mrs. Ronald Hotium Mrs Vie 
Laa praaldad at the buainoaa 
meeting. 


fasd lahoraiarv laiit at a famous 
uansrsity peeved that ae* Vicks fluf- 
Mrbd CoM rsMata ipeM raid aad- 
oaua pals rs h svsn out of your stem- 
ack an tluough your body extra fast 

E Halpa drain slnua u vRta a . cloar 
nasal canfMilan . . . rshauaa favor, 
headashaa. New Vkks BuOarsd CoM 
TsMvia mm aaly rsdues liv^. raUava 
br a d s pb r s . . . special dccoapsuaan 
rriiava aasal congsstioa, kelp dram 
dnagsd staui cavlMs. 

3. ricks you up taat ohan you must 
heap vmrbing. SUmuiahag mtilici- 
tiaas rakeva that hrvd, drsggad-out 
facimf af a coU . . . Mp you leal 
aiara atari. 



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MMSSta «»«• isPlcsiW si 
seal a«er's Ihrevfk yeuv 
IS BgVf IV fVRffVg 

ntava tatabil estutat celP> 

ceM swS sssta s a < sievi ota 

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latlg (Tolimiat VkiwU, %.C^ IiL, Jm. IT. IfM 


KkSONAl 


H«Ntr«: 

• ft.ni. tn AJM ^ 
Open FrMftx tUt t p. 


ENTION 


‘Kissing’ Case 
Simmers Down 


On WMinran«> pitor to th« ThuiMUy oponinc 

fli th« third Anoion o( lh» iSch LogisUturo of Bittioh Colum 
hi* lJeul»n«M(jO%oirMM Krftnk Mockoruue R<nm will hold th* 
f1r»i 8tai« iHnnor at the Rmpreas Hotel. 

Among the gurata atieruting llw dinner will be the Hon 
W. A. r. Benrtell. Hon. Howard Ureen. Hon (ieorge R. PearKea, 
Hon L. Davie Kutton. Hon. A. .C tVuBnaay, Cnl. the Hon. 
E W. HemHet. Cot the Him. C. A. Benha. Col. the Horu 
CUrem'C Wallare. Hon K. H. Stevea*. CoL the Hon. R. W. 
Mayhew Hon. Jamea SlnrUir. 


VANCXH-'VtiR iCPa - Stud' “'Hunga are Ammlng down.** 
ent nurae* yealerday railed off one offkial aaid. 
a Ihreatened atrllie at Van- The nuraea held two maas 
rouver .General Hoapiial over meeitnga aiMi Mid they would 
the "rale of the klaalng nurae.** airlhe If not given a nay in 


Hoapitai offU'lala aeM they future 


latlvea of the studenta i« friend one aftemonn In a ear 
dtacuaa denianda for rerugnl- ouialde the nurae*' home waa 
linn on the aiudeat*' vounrtl. auaperMled from atudlea for two 
repreaentaikm on ihe hoapii. weeka. 

ala dtdHpItnary rommlttee. A h«wplial official uid the 
and rfvlalim af rule* nuH'ern- nurae “think* the penalty |i 
fug aortal nmd urt. No date waa atiff. but the la very lemorae- 
announred. ful.“ 


. i Mutdo Polkirk. Httg. .Sherwood Lett. Mr. Juallce C. 
H O'Halloran. Mr. Ju«ltce Sidney A Smith, Mr. Juatice H. 
1 Bird Mr. Justk'e H -W. Davey. Mr. Ju*ll«e J. .M. Coady; Mr. 
Juatice I'. A. Sheppard. Mr Juhlire A. M. Manaon. Mi. Jualica 
A D. MatvKarlane Mr. Juallce J. O. WUaon. Mr Juatire N W. 
Whittaker. Mr. Juallce H. W. Mrlnnea. Mr. Juallce A C. Lord, 
Hi. Juatke H. J. Sullivan. Mr JuaikW'J. G Ruifbii. 

T. W. Rruwn. Mr. Jualkw H. A. Maclean Mi. Juaitce T. K. 
COUlna 

Seiuilnr J. W deB 4’artla. Senator S S. McKeen. Senator 
J. G. Tuigeon. Senator T. Reid. Senator Narwy Hmigea. .Senator 
Bldne) J. Smtlh. Ml. H. W. Meirldge. Mr C. Regler. Mr HaioM 
Winih Mr. E J. Bitmme. Mr. Frank Howard. Mi. Dougla* 
Jung Mr. A. 4rR MrPhilltp* Mr John Tayloi Mi. Feiguaim 
Browne. Ml. John A W Ihyadale. Mi. Stuart Fleming. Mr. 
W (*. Henderaon. Mr. Harold Hick*. Mr. M. U McFartane. I 
Mr. W. A. Mrl^iUn. Mr. H. C MrSJuiUaii. Mr. Walter ‘ 
Matthewa 

Mr WlUtam Payne. Mr. David Pugh. Mr. Lnuta de Lalgue, 
Mr. Rene De tVgo, Mi. ilanxalo Ante. Mr. Lucaa Kruytboarh. 
Mr. H- Raynor. Mr. Yin Sho Che. Hon Wealey Black. Hon. 
IL W. Bonner. Hon Ray WllllalMn. Hon Newton .Steai'), Hon ' 
W. K Klernan. Hon. P A. tiaglaidt. fkm. Lyle Wicka. Hoiu 
E C. F. Marttn Hon. L. R. Prteiann. Hoit W. N. Chant. Hon 
E C. WeatWfin^ Mr B. 1. J«»hnaan Rear Admiral H. E Ray 
Her. Hon L. H. Shanir Mr. R. M. SiraHian. Dr N. A M Mar 
Kenne Mayor 'Tltomaa Alahury. Mayor P. It Scurrah. Brig 
J. W. Bishop. Atr Commodore A. D. Rooa. Aaaittant Commla 
Monei C. W. Harvlaon. 

rMidr. ('. G. Dtbon. Brig J R Adam. Wing Cmdi. J. D. 
D- Campbell. Lieut Cnfttr. Jai.*k Davie and Inapertar T A. , 
Bom. 


^ Big, Big Trades 

^ SPARTON 2r DE LUXE TV 


KPRING RieiN'f ING BBNIKH— .SO. L If y«ni wiih to 
him down by aprtng. now'* the time to atart dleling. Do 
It; d<m t be one of Ihuae women who poatpone a alart for 
fear of the hunger and fatigue they have watched other 
dleling women suffer. You have nothing to fear when you 
follow the advices given here as thU dieter's dinner menu 
Shows 

Tomato bouillon lopped with chives, biulled aalmon 
steak w>iih lemon garnish, collage cheese ring filled with 
chopped spinach, portion frusen melon balls, lady finger, 
oemi tasae 

Nothing fearful about that* How cuuM you feel hun- 
gry after such a feaai? You could not feel fatigue beiauae 
ihe menu la dnsiructed with a balame of fooda that “f#ed“ 
>«»ui Iteallh and energy. Yet. Ihe calorie count totals only 


Front 

sound - 

super 

casmde 

tuning — 

30-lube 

functions - 

A.G.C. and 

pcwver 

rrana- 

former, 

wood 

cahinet. 

legs 

opihmal. 

estra. 

teg. 

MHJft. 


MUk JpscMiuis Mac* IMl 


Ml a reducing diner's appfostmale quota 

With the aid of nuiititon and raknle cparts. It la easy 
to pallein mrnua after that given. Were you tn do so for 
a month, you would look and feel an Bl that you would 
rtever wish to return to yuur oM eating hahiia Moreover 
you would begin to feet the true pleasure In eating. And 
eating te one of life's pleasures, unless you oveieat. Then, 
II het'pmes a punishment* 

Birr .kNB UNR ,t; 

Reduce without starving ’ Send lor my purse alced 
booklet. “Diet ... And Like H.“ which includes ilhortruts 
to dieting, a raintie calculatot; simplified menu plaiming; 


TODAY is a 


big. shopping , ^ 
day at Saba's , ^ 


7 PJS. SPECIAL t 

faeisui eiait 

flral qwftUI) N)loa Half HUpa 

Begwiar AM 

One af the beat bngrrie **tMi.vs“ of the season' 
A wonderful group of famuus make better ila 
gerie . . . offe^ In glanwHOus. too 
style* . . . gay isktors. Shop early ^ 
to sMui* an erwhaniing Item at ^ 
this great reduction tale, eoih Ms v/VJ 


Mrs. Frank Mackenzie R«ms wife of the LteutenanMnwr- 
amor, will be kiMiesa at a tunrliewn on Saiuiday. Jan 34 In 
the PrtfMwss Uruise Room of Ihe Empress Hotel when guests 
4SUI he Mrs. W. A. C. Bennett and wrtves of members of the 
^flslativa AaaemMy. Mias Ruth MacLesn will he In at 


SAVE 


M Daya 
Free Rerviee 
M Vour 


asre. winniirm itmy. rsracn »mve, na* leii loi paoic •u.-iuu. m*. ... .. 

Mesiro where she wiU make an indefiniie stay Mia Glay wtU iMN.Sr- Pnn«aC>r11 “With kumpean tiavel at Ma 

Brst visit fttends in San Franktoco before going on to Meako .>•«*< hkine. a lutndarune Rua P^sk. tha demand for hand- 
Oty. Acapulco. Masantllo and tluadalafara. slanhnm Parisian who ta “**••'** srhool* to Anvatva ts 

• • * lin«*n un«run.ll, .. ih, *'*'“"* 

Mr*. Frank .Ma. kensie R.w* will attend a mflee parly Conllnetii’s beat haadklaaer. He admiiieH that iha 

(i the^kmnge o& iho Oak Bay Beach Hotel on Frktoy. Jan XI ^ ’ u f eS 

2 rJ'T rnLr:? 

t w^d'Tu , -Wom«i wlw luvt 

ft) Mia* Ruth Marian. #■ tn** North Amertra. Nor will kumpe anrt ihrilted in their 

he »ell hi* aerrei * firsi hand klsa will rmt be mn 

and Mtw Hennr Kirhy. W ^«*nmry. w«l he ^ ^ 

married ftO years rm Wednesday Jan. 21. They will «e|eb«.ie ihe While Russian murU longer, the liollywood 

thu diamond anniversary by receiving iheir rnends and neigh- prime. To he bam a male is mogul predined 

bms on that aflerrwon Imm 3 to S and again i* the evening , naiural kt**er of Prime Naii«1ihlne agreed 

Bom g to ll. Their two aun*. Mr J. P Xltfty and Mr Tom ladles hand* that the ability to ku* a lad vs 

Xlrhv both af Victiuia. and daughter Mia C McIntosh, of Fiederirk Metlinger. head of hand la an esaenilal art fur any 
Cultrt* Lake, RC.. will maik the event with them Mr and a top flvllywond couture house, gentleman, but doubted that 
Mrs Kirby have lived in Victoria since .September, IflO, and flew to Pari* to sign Prime there la enough to the sublert 

glitl lead active lives. Mrs Kirby ]ual walling for spilng to Nanan hkuie tor his new ven- to establish a tratolng courv. 

•tart work to her garden. Both ate In their B3id year lute. Ihe handkisaing athool “All that ih« American man 

“ - - - — ^ bmking lor a requires U a ttltto practice." he 

evplairred. 


V QDICKFREZ REFRIGERATOR 


(LEARANi'E! 

• Raaggledimft p>l«mM 

• Rftttfigleiloiia kMig ar ahortto ftlgliltod 

B Ray Oft gntsiH 

• N) kM allpa 

Rexalftr I.M anti 4J5 

A miacellaneous group selected from regular stork to 
armrdarM** to prke range rather than 
style Wonderful values in firat quality, y/ 
attractive ilema MaC/W 


10 ni. ft., pufth^biiUoii (lafrofti. larfa freftsar. erUp> 
er, sheK-pa In door. Regular W9J5. 

9000*^ 

lA.VVARY RALE PRirE OCbf 

Trade-lft refrigerator, oet ftser IB $d AAOO 
jeara oM. la tsrorldag order.. I UU 


Rftttggledowa tiouft* aad P)|amaa 
Reg. 4.B5 aad 5J5 

.Styled with pretty yoke* and trims and made af het 
ter "redmanixed” quality which never d'b 
shrinks or ttretrhea. Broken else*. < Elm 


THOR 

FytMrmitk 

lUI Mb4bI 


Opli-Mrs. (Hub 
Officers Chosen 


Printid Patters 


4s ^eam E^iHl.Y f*r bcauli/M/, 

jpsslesiilerfy isdiKcd . 

Blouses 22 " 

Skirts IS .... 
Dresses Sli “ 


Chnice of tww temper- 
ature washings, three- 
ring agitator automa- 
tic liming, raplddry 
apin suda water saver, 
new twoepeed drive, 
porretoln enamel top, 
Chntoe of 3 complete 
washing rytlea warm 
or roM water nnae*. 
warm nr hot water 4 
wav rtnetng. Hydro- 
ewirt waah action. 
ThR>r spindry artinn. 
new' esclusise Com- 
mando dutch. 


New stale of nfficeis rd^pif 
OptiMrs. CHih wg« chosen re 
•ently at an e|n-t|«n meeting 
at the home af Mr* Adelina 
Tucker. 3fM7 Byron Btreet. 
They are Mr*. Jean t'athro. 
reelertert president for an 
other term. Mm Mary Raatite. 
vice pieatdent ; Mrs, ftoraldlne 
M'hyte. rei-mdlng secretary; 
Mrs. Hhettoh MoUianl. mr> 
respondeme; Mr* Ellen fly- 
land. lieasuret. Mr* Adeline 
Tucker. .Mr*. Hilda Delaney 
and Mrs. Gladys Perry. 


CONTINUES 

ObbUIT lAiggage. Handbaga. BtHfolda, Etci. 
>AIX GREATIA' B EDI TED 


Model UA-t 


IILLFOLOl 

Temfir •elertion 

PRICE 


HANDIA6S 

l<arge asaortmenl. all 
rolofs. all atylea. Reg 
tsno to $13M. ftAIJC 


Reg to 2300, 


MEN'S FL>Tm PA13MI 
Reg $2435. aiOai 


4V CotloB Printed 
tatin 1 OQ 

ftoto. yard i ••>*T 

45" CTiromapun QO e 
Taffeta, tale. yd. 

54" Pure Wool gO OQ 
Tweed Yard tJ.TO 

54" liuaury Imported 

rr*- 5.98 

taba’s, tnd Ptoar 


3M" and €T Pinwato 
Cotdutoy 1 IQ 

tale, yard 1*19 

3ft" Asondato Chambtay. 
plain and OQd 

printed. Yard 9o 

35" Cotton Q OQ 

VeWM. tato. yd. 0*^9 

31" Printed CNeiglase 
Cotton. QQd 

Yard o9 

54" Plaid Brushed Ravon 
RuMing. 1 QQ 

Yard l*9o 

.M" and 40" Rayon 
Onental Bro- 1 

cade. Yard 1 *D9 


OoMMi’p on Hoyoity 

Banneii by Uaiirf 

LONDON — An Interim In- 
junction was granted by Ihe 
high court Thurwtoy banning 
(he former superintendent of 
Windsor Caatle. William EUls. 
from publishing detaiia of hla 
service with the Royal Family. 


JAM.%RY RALE PRICE 


l a dirR’ Wardrubea, white, blue, green. Reg $|7J5. •tl.at 

Week Bod <oae. Reg. $1335 . ftltja 

Trato Obae. Reg. $12.35 IftJt 

Ptoa 4laoy loodvirteasd apefdato. AU. ftAIJEh PINAL 


KMIE 

Fjtouimalt iTiapler. lODE 
will hold M* annual meeting 
and dinner In the Tea Cottage. 
R52 Pori Rirwet on Monday. 
Feb 3 at d (i.m. 


LEATHER GOODS 


10 waits 
mitpui. 

3 iwwtert, 
t woofer, 

I speed, 
built in 
radio. 
30-15.UU0 
bclew 




Kmpirr Klr|fiinrr 

High rlttof elegarkW (*«h 
tons lavofttr i-;mpii* waiat la 
Miaped with grace above a 
whirling ekirt |t's a tine you 11 
lave for day or tote-rtoy in 
fa«Ue wool, or twttrut To 
Momow s patlein; Half si/e 
liMtinn 

Printed Pattern tltln 
Misaes sire* 13. 14. 14. 13. JO; 
40 &lre 14 takes 4 yards 15 
Inch fshrlc. 

Printed directions on each 
paMetn part. Lasier. accurate. 

Send fifty renit tSOr' to 
com* <atamps •cannot be sc 
carted I tor this paliem. Please 
prtni plainly site. name, ad 
dreas style number. 

Send your order to Mstlan 
M*nin Pattern Dept.. The 
Daily- Cotontst. dO fToni Slieet 
Weat, Toronto, Oni 


Biggest and Best 
Selection Ever! 


HALF-YEARLY 

SHOE SALE 


tANt'ARY MAUt PMM B 
frade-to record player... 


Wamtfi't Sfyla Shatt 

Begular BICftA to ItIM 
PsmdUe Kitteru. Ramona 
Vttaltiy. Amalfi and other 
famous make*. 


Df Llig Dali 

Famou* Mvto shosa Beguiar 
R3.M to ttaJA. 


Exciting (yalDyearly ahoe rlearanre btinga biggar and 
better vaiuea ihnn ever! Wide color choice . . . quality 
corutniction fummu tnakea such as ''Vitality," *‘De 
Liao Debt," ' Ramona." •'Pararttne Klttena." ■Moyre" 
and "Amalfi" highlight the ae lection. Be here early 
tomorrow. 


A fjire* Graup af 

Cataal SIi 3 m 

Joyce and othert famnii* 
name brand*. Begular llt.lft 
to IlkBV 


a IMreamltoe “ P resadre 

4 leaawtog" Wringer 
e FIngeiilp Agtiatnr 
I'oolml 


WaiBM't Ityla tbaa$ 

Begular $ltJ5 to $llLa$ 

Raritotui VHalMy and other 
famous make*. 


a ksrhtolve “llydro- 
MwIrT’ Wsahtog 
Arttoa 

e Neol. « ampai-t hquare 

ntylhig 

• Flve^Vear Werhantasn 


Na Kxrluwgrta No Refunds, No Dellveriea, 
' Mft Cbargea 


WaiBM'i tlylf IhftM 

A large group of short llivea 
In Vltaflrv. Ramona and 
other famous makea. Begular 
3ltJ$ to luja. 


RTfX*KT0N'. Calif. iAP> 
Charily Davta catobrated her 
Mrthday yesterday and she 
was entitled to 117 candle* 
an her sakX iihe has been a 
patient at Ihe Ban Joaquin 
Valley General Koapitol since 
•ept. 11 lilt. Rhe never mar* 
ftod snd. so far ss Is known, 
has no llvtng reUUves. 


NaiNli|t 


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RCAF Recruiting Unit 
865 Yotes Street 
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WCX)D — WOOD 


TH« Ntw fMPHt 
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TO OuM l/m£ rCMtf * 


TV TALK 


DRYLAND FIR BLOCKS 
AND SLABS 

i: uini Lmcm 

OWAfMMMi 4. rir Mi OmA 

CORDS ,%\ \ 9S 

5 CORDS $23.50 

SPLIT WOOD 

Au. ruL 

2«i CORDS $11 95 

5 CORDS $23 50 


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cjr. artoj nighi to bark up former 

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McLEOD RIVER COAL 


TWO DAYS ONLY 


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MMlMeeit->OM KM»b MTfKNOONI 
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tTvorow inriudo ih» an 
nual Ring i'r.~hy golf 
lournamrnt for both 
pro* and ams'« r». 
aUh a numhrt of Hn!!v 
r«mi>rtiiig 

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on Jft'IK ''M-'-.** 
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v:rt rrrmirr An='--«a 
Mik<rsan on Moot 'P.- 
PfOM, and a p rfturllon 
Agatha i-tiA a 
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COAL SPECIAL 

Tl«««rr Bw •'! M a 

JU'^i Lu«a III 11 a 

a*.s«i kiM!ta« i«imc«i 
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SAWDUST 


on Bu£ «~Kt;.-t;a:i uwiv av 
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HARKNETT FUEL LTD. 

tv « IMT. tv |.|M1 tn PaBiar* 


Ommu* W a n ahaa. 
oat OAT OKUVKKT. 


DHILLON FUEL 


fT 


SAVE ON 

COAL 


TIME AT MX. 


DRYLAND 

Guorontttd I00\‘ Ftr 
Instdt Fir Blocki 
Big Thick Bork Slobi 


*’Oi«ra again U'a Uma It 
play T r H I h -> or Com* 


Saiiinlav's 

ilishli"i)ts 


Vesfo Nut $16 00 

Vf tta Cobblt..^.$ 1 8.35 
Vttta Lump ..^.$19 35 


WALTER WALKER 


\ Powar 


po«fr of iht 


COAl TWAT Laar* H10B K1AT 
M '«Ai ai«fi UM.«r<l (>«i 
S*n.<«' r u a m Pv'K*'* 

ti-K raamiw* a-v<|.«ii>>« a<ii 
M « ap«ri4i B»aM 

utm MBAa"atr> lilt mix'rt 

rt; }• *i.f '>!» r»ian««r 

R'Chord Holt & Ltd 


StaiA* 


2*7 $12 

Drylond 100'*''. Drv 

Fir Sawdust 

8v acowaa a>t. ai-iA 
For Quolitv ood Strvict 
Phoot Sookt FutI Co 
EV 2-22 11 Of EV 3-8925 


ha« ai>i»*rf \at •King" Cblt 
•.5i .'.m«#r:«n Dirfc '-'s’*. T\, <8, 

(I and tba Louia Oc Pran ban* 


Tflf> ision for Satiinlav 


Salurdav*s Sport.s 


PiPioMAT iwr tun DIF 

M Aiaa fUMf 

wide 

CAwanoH Arnva praa ltd 

tn 

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at L#xingt':r Kr 


UP-ISLAND dryland 
FIR WOOD SALE 
FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY 


100% FIR 
MILLWOOD 

tviiii« pT^-ti u::ri' aitm 
£\R* Wffc»p f ; **.OTK» 

£.' iraa r f«>« anacd sit 
r*?r'' ‘la r*i.aj”..Ari aSAOT 
rr>a TUMOCiiATt 

1 CORD $6 00 

2 . CORDS $1000 

FIR SAWDUST 

nn>'9!ir H ••r‘>ar' « , na 

f'T m«»*4 ->■»' »*in Ua*a 

2 UNITS. biowtr..$IO 00 
2 UNITS, bulk $7 00 

Dry Shavings 
2 UNITS $6 00 
AGRICULTURAL 
SAWDUST 

2 UNITS $5 

*Ptm: O'VT' ''T* rm 


2!i CORDS $12.00 

SPECIAL BONE DRY 
FIR WOOD SALE 
HAND PICKED 

1 Cord 

2 Cords 


$uoo 

IV a im 
Island FutI Supply Co. 


WOOD — WOOD 


ideal fuel CO 


BONE-DRY 
FIR MILLWOOD. 

1 Cord .. $8 50 

2 Cords . $^6 00 
Also Bont-Ory Atrfdf 

For Firtploct 

O K, FUEL 


Tfle\isinn for SiinHav 


DRY 100% FIR 
PLANER ENDS 


PENSIONERS SAVE 


SOOKE FIR 
MILLWOOD 


Karl-.ff 
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Slabs and Blocks 

2* j Cords $12 00 

4 Cords $18 00 


ORDER NOW! 

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art PAMDona pnont av « iMt 




Mac* -tW 


Hondpicked Dry Fir 
Wood 

1 Cord $10 00 

2 Cords $19 00 


at#r% 


INSIDE FIR WOOD 


• I M n.niNG Rl PPUFJl 


FiR SHAVINGS 


LOW COST 

LUMBER YARD 

r't TM3- *MA5 T 

CASH niSCOUNTS 


Dat aai Mmvi tV t.«m 

Hor>tynivoon Boy FutI 


SHAWN IGAN 
LUMBER 

yards ltd. 


xn V intv 

FIR PLANER ENDS 


EMPIRE 
FUEL LTD 


SPECIALS TO CLEAR 


IMITATION 


WOOD AND SAWDUST 


MILLRUN 




tta wiX4> aatuau pa<Mi 

^ . . 1l 111 

a«>. B-a* X* 4 4'C* 


WARE HOUSE 

642 QUEENS 


PECIALS in LUMBER 


2 Cords 1 2 00 
2 0>rds 1 1 00 

THICK BARK 
2V5 Cords .... 17 00 
EXTRA SPECIAL ON 
2-3.FT. WOOD 

2 Cords 600 

SPLIT WOOD 

Om« laa cniMa 

2V5 Cords .... 12 00 
PLANER ENDS 

1 Cord $6 50 

2 Cords $12 00 


Si -Bl II DING 511 I’PI IKH 


ISLAND BUILDING 
SUPPLY COMPANY 


Ml 

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LUMBER 


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PLYWOOD 

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in oonot ao«r> aatr 
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FAIRLY DRY 

No. 1 MILLWOOD 


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FENCING FOR LESS’ 
50* COMPLETE $15 50 

"KOOTNEY' 
SPRUCE 
PANELLING 
23c ft 


INSULATION 


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PwiJ Pftf'4 I-*,, 

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1 CORD .,..$5 
21/2 CORDS $8 

WHOLESALE FUEL 
EV 5-7611 


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BUTLER BROS. 

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APRIL 30th 


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49 Prff«ct S*don 


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$1195 


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$2195 

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l«OM>r lu«»t« Aaimatif. 
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$2197 

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$1399 


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THAN EVER BEFORE 

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OR 

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FOR FULL DETAILS 


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$795 
$995 

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$1295 
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$1295 
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51 AUSTIN 

Aaaaa Oa 


MERLIN PRICE 
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ta«aB Tag aaiaya 

$295 

MERLIN PRICE 
55 AUSTIN 


NO PAYMENTS 
UNTIL AAARCH 
When You Trode-ln 


Station Wagons 

i5£:;::sii^,$i895 


$1099 
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I Oaar MAan Tu w -at aa 
Mac* Ea«U* aaa« 
U e ma Xa tS~m. 

$1075 

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$2099 

57 Plymouth Sovoy 

•Maa inan »>tma Wfar 

rL- $1896 

57 Dodgt ReQtnt 

Taa^. Har«i«» A«>mai . 

rrr .. $2087 

57 Pontioc 

Ttma cm— ta— aw 

$1795 


NOW AT 


PAYMENTS 
INCLUDE TAX AND 
1959 

LlCtOM Plotts 


Reconditioning 
Financing to Suit 

YOU! 


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To Choose From ond 
Top Trodes 


ni6Yotti EV 2-5822 

lAtOVt OOOCi 


$1642 

* Malar 

$1484 

r aaaiar 

$1589 


MERLIN PRICE 
53 CHEVROLET 

tM AM «|y<«. 


ENGLISH 
CAR CENTRE 


48 AAtrCury Stdon 

ran ytm tin 
$14 Pt Mth 

51 Ford Custom Tudor 

ma— ivaaiar 
am t— a — 

Pad maa MM 

$38 Ptr Mth. 

52 Pontioc Sedan 


$1099 


$1045 

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$3495 


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$2895 53 
$2495 


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YATES AT COOK 

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IN FRONT 
SECTION OF 
THIS PAPER 

Also o Good Selec- 
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ALL USED CARS 


$ 19955 , 

$1445 51 

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Reconditioned 


titii*i M . 

$1495! 

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Solts • Strvlct • Ports 

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LOW SALE PRICES 

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DIFFERENCE 


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1951 Plymouth 


TRUCK SALE 


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TO CHOOSE FROM AT 


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$2495 

MERLIN PRICE 
58 EOSEL 


$645 

1949 Chevrolet 


$2786 


$3406 


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VICTORIA 
DODGE 
DE SOT0 


$3195 

MERLIN PRICE 
57 PLYMOUTH 

l-OaM BaAa* 1 


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EV 4-8 174 EV 4.8 1 78 


SALES & SERVICE 


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MORRIS '1000' 
$1575 


$145 
1947 Buick 


$3406 


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NO DOWN 
PAYMENT 


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LTD. 


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57 METEOR 


$1675 


$4396 


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USED TRUCKS 

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$299 

ENGLISH 

CARS 

1950 Vonguord 


IN THE 

FRONT SECTION 
OF THE PAPER 

SEE THE CARS 


FAMILY CARS 

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MERLIN PRICE 
58 PONTIAC 


$1387 


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EV 4-7197 


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AT VICTORIA'S 
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JANUARY BARGAINS 

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940 Votes EV3-1108 


1950 Morns 


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MOTORS 

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PHONE EV 5-3512 


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810 Johnson EV 3-6113 ^ 

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"Or># Try ood You'll MARCH 1ST! 

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$2395 


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Haas Ucarwa Na M*agg 

$220 

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$299 

1952 Austin 


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$1699 

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CLOSE TO PARK 
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LOW DOWN PAYMENT 


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4-SUITE APARTMENT 
$30,000 TO $35 000 
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STORE 


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FAIRFIELD 

DUPLEX 


Automobile Finoocino 
Auto Loons 


SUBURBAN 

HARDWARE 


mobile HOME 
SUPPLIES 

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laaiaaiat •*•«* Pnaw rwM»« • 
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KENNING 

Truck & Equipment Co 

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NEW YEAR S 
SPECIALS 
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$1395 

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raaira ttaam-.f faawa tVi lA# 


CAR BUYERS 


xirc r.-i.x:tHco icotrrrx 

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ESQUIMALT 
NEW DUPLEX 


BOOM MLP - COMTAItlCS 
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A M TAYLOR SPITTAL 

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Living Quarters 

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t*aainN X. AM'a * Ha. ftaar. ..ag 
tar -‘aa aaa**» ^ Baaiwaa au 
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larat aaar«<> tarr >«tfa maw rai 
M<X hatKiara gwag MMI attn 
patw AMtaa 1 atraa aaaa* •• 

w,rrrui^“ $15,950 

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fa- li'.a* all Xaaiar BftatA WSI- 
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QUADRA AUTO SALES 

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taraa f«nit*>uB raawA apraira 

a«*. waa ata Mitawa 0*>0- 
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FOR 

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rwalM mi rwmM tft' i MB 


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938 FORT STREET 

TRUCK SPECIALS 

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a u at'h*»aa tar imiib* r**wMiw 
alaa ana* caa <ai Prxag t# 

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t KIRK tT»-aT«t akiUM 
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laria t<4 


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i a »»«** a.au. (<.»aa«a Taaf 


LOW WINTER RATES 


MONEYMAKING 
PROPOSITION 
NET RETURNS S8700 


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ta aaka waaft* N*ra u a Mark af 
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laag f.MM akwk la a i*atfr ga ktir 
ara*rrtt iRa' aaa ataara wimM 
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aartamir xara far a *afa 11 • an 
IMI W'taiaMi Oaag wai tag* 
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tv ft'a'll Paatka*aMra Mranum 
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TRADE 


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winter KATES 


ARC VUC RtCKIVLve MOatiILT 

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ma* (iwM Ika aaia M >«uc grwar:.* 

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SALES LTD. 


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M Draa.aa IV l-ftUft tV « M 


$100 PER WEEK 
NET INCOME 


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ftta W.al^ amftM grafarrak Pa 

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CROWM B AACBOB AUTO COOIT 
ftia-fwaw twiiaa «aai«>Hiaj4 lar- 
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tawau- gaa awiiamaa TV aaa 

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lit IJMTINGfl WANTED 


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far l■»•gll’r arruaaa't «a (Ma Pa%r«ai 

«aaa>a«a Lv«p itioarakt aaaiiag uwruagaaaa' 
H AM aarf rtai '• tpat*'* ••• — . - . 

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p«'i p'./a 

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$3800 


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ka.Maaa tar aaw .ailMtkg fraa 
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cub I b Ltbb ^-t*'***^ tiViH Tatar mmiJ. ) Miaai 

TO RUY THF $10,500 !*:^r 

I >■/ L^Vi./ I I I 1^ Ta ti*a at • :> an«i aala. tall a ma Mtaafatt aaak 


OAK - BAY 
$1500 DOWN 

•aa catar kancaiaa aniy 


WESTERN 

NORTHWESTERN NORTHWESTERN .. V’?a tS«i 

SECURITIES SECURITIES OPEN HOUSE 

on VKrrtMiu ltd on rtcreiUA ltd CAT I AKJ 17 

ot TATH »T moad m tATM AT MOAO I> »tUI- * •( I / 

, 1-5 PM. 

VALUE" *-pR,CE REDUCED" 905 PARKLANDS 

ui-Arani_i. 


AT MOAD BTt-mi at TATM AT MOAO I> »AUt- 


TOWN & 
COUNTRY 
HOMES LTD. 

1933 Ouadro St. 

-TAnKOKl NO PNODLaM- 


OPEN HOUSE 


MCAT MU. 


r:a':Ta.rrJ.-N::::*:ir:?.sATURDAY. jan. i7th, 

*?ir 2-5 ond 7-9 P.M I 


I SACRIFICE STEPS 
ST,-! rr- 'r.ss~:5i possession I NHA MTGE. 

Ml*** M l^lt aiirarilaa raacAar la (Uto «,n , ^ MaatoA OaiM Ma Mark lr«n 

rat* »rwn ^ aataral aa«ar aMiaa na a. utla tran* WILL TOUT AT* i t to n r aalar AtWl tViraa taat* 

** >OJDU tom toaat tot. toa4ttaa>a4 Maa TNACTIV* 4-u aM ATDC(0 •“ ^ llaU Pf. aata mdlM anA 

CA MM AAI-MM.MI>«UIU. M«»Aa and Irnll Uaaa. On waat miat* nuA taaaii ra« towa aa- atomla an 

fe\ a4(4i rr CV MIAL *(*' >*'** ll*** ••• P—ra uarna and atoaiar rOKVMt- *** Uuai» n 

a*an lumaaa and aartwra a mil NNTXT LOCArBD m nartA Maa* ^ dryat A««ra«a m at- 

^ 44 * j^mW 'W P)« -J'* 


Battfi (Enlimliit 21 

SntnrM*. Jmm. 17, Ittt 

— 

IM HO( KRM FOR HALC 

B.C land' 

& Invtfttment ARtrKy 
Ltd. 

(tor MA TtaT m lUal Katot# 

McRAE HEIGHTS Jl 
3 LARGE 8EDRMS 
NO STEPS 

A ton dnnA aarmi nui mi mn 


aimi aala. tail 


Tadat mmtJ. S kadiwi a*. 
Uttna raaaa lamit Ala«a( 
ran* atortrir aiiibaa atiAi 
a tua ataaafatt aaaA I' 


a«aa lumaaa aM awtara aiA*na mtlT LOCArBD m aart 

Ar r ■ -Ir ' I • . . . t . . k . 1 •v*-- < ■ - 


lAa kMtor Adtara a>ia a 
total* aaluaa BtU. PALK* 
NAJi aiu aa rnar itoat *w*«l 

^ $32,500 


AMdar . .in IK» «iin ml Otfmp.> Muankniat Uada'.aifJH VK*a«t 

kak TWia It • aarnan. bard'ta rai riiii Ha* I d t /\ e/\r\ '*** aatida lha baal At 

.a . r 2 u‘^:L!K*ati\r: 


k#l»ra At an 


! NEW 2 BR I « - ” 2 , 
ONLY $6900 OPEN house 

Taa MM to IIW AW prm ar mm 530 DUMER^ ST. 


to^^r $23*850i ^ 

T-aaa* atk t« M> l.aa*i« | 

Biat KV ? tw? tto>a KV Vdrrt Kl^ CTCDC 

BEAUTIFUL SEA VIEWS ^ 

W>iA««l a daaM IM Awad «u CAarMtor Hra * raM» Mtaga* 
•ninaiiag aapar aanid am (Wd >•* ■■ (*** adaat aaaid* Uai- 
taali atiA um aatanantoUa W *****(* Aatoaal TAiaafA Aait kga 


aattoto aA# aia caniN»uatif f ~ ^ - “■'* *l<dt«ia O fn A Tft D M 

Iiht taaaia* kal aarh»«a at *''•* *-dtoaat aur'nn X TQ 4 JU r M 

paturana inav ar* aat pa' ""J* '*** *■ **" ***4 SATURDAY J> 


naa atr# >a*au 


$7900 


NO STEPS 


utau patitrana inav ar* aat pa' * '«" *-« • •• «kf «aa laA i.aad SATURDAY JAN 17 
ailllad U atara phAII. aiatotorVtt HMd tola tAra n taaN. Caanm gnm V/t^UAT, JArM. 1/ 

ib* tfwaarr Aaaaa M Aat «•!* tAa «• ■*« i«^a t» ■ and i .. 

aaat naaa* U awa adato ta** >• tot* Art a«a >Ma natti toat ha« ' B*ra to pawr appartaAUr 

aat man kam at ttd l» aa* l*Mna Laatd TwArMat KVLMM m. taa I« taaratU ana at 

tauar* rant It mala 4 aa* aa*ti««* ia% BV J «M amunMi I tottt* aaa ka»a» Mi 

Ika totft ditcawnii aniataad Ar WMnriBW dtotrUl L« 

toaniiif pttitAanM a>a amaaa an HtiAa raaia altk firanit 


"braefoot ESTATE" '~V $i2,95o ' $12,600 

aarraaada ik-a t-Aadraam. . .....-..—V;, •» a-aiai kaarait. natiar kadm Ada taa 

Ml AaaMd ttMara aaudaa I DEAN HEIGHTS aaiAtai Ttoaft to aim a «-pa and 

r.::2dSr4irtM”'^iil "oil h.w. heat" mt tOLMIE 

(all P.M. <7900 * — ” '•— » * • * 'to/L/VUt cj^r VN«lM.yn"*oSS?;'iS 

It anif •/PVA7-Mataa aaapitoa aawadat aJi nan k.1/^ C’T'rrvf* FLUOlt Baa^n^a^ 

f»«aii*ai itrait a.aiHAto Annaa LB u tlau laa i#m awa NTj S| FPS ttinna aUri BtmC i^S 

Cak mm. BANTST '*"• ^ aatAtn and atkmaaoKd^ 

W I 17(1 m BV t iMB aU-atotitlir blUAaa allA MART MarcA UnaaaiaM »atwna taata >-«a« mipart dau# Ha* 

anpw dmxiia araa. aim NW aitk to« an ^aL aat|>-dradtor n Aapaar Adam aU raam M h •a* 

Imppa? lank and a nmi aapaa*i«a P*<ad rw»ai ndk faaidtoa ArlpM •••« Can aa aaaa aartmta a* 

vrrbi p\Akrr<* *“ Aat aaur Maiiaa aa>( ailA hmAm <a«ad map* i Aadmma rNaaiag am 

VcN UAKb Aatnanra rndwidn Haaaa it B»a>toii AMAtaam VTILITV. wdUrUUU 


:r;\’A2"a.?:aS;“v,rr.:r^^ - 

Kdto^rim^iM m’;;^i*23: iiKff'SB ^ Olympics 

•*****^. •rHxdaira rtotUto r»n«t MrOKnOM Thi# n a aaadarlal •***! (Aa Nta Taaf rt#Ak A» tuj. 

S a totkJtod rtonr Utia at aaaa* m* an tmrnt ‘"ftfrii II, am maTau lina 0 *k B«f ma paaiad 
irariim 'trma naf m artaat«d PN* mim IS*A Id* »l P I and >*•**•• M)#t lAt ranUr aaAdar* 


I m artaaaad 

$12,950 


ArKkad U arnllAa ipa r iaai a»r*af lat laUiad taaida axMar -la TAn •«!>»* '>p* at apmial taiwa to Cl “I 7CA C..II D*;*>n 

raatn to>m naatrr aidrnn «*>pplaa*ani torama aKA 'tatinr atmaiad to tarn -■* — at «M •■*J,/<*rU rUli rilCC 

TV'* 7 rmait bam a paAara*»t kadrmn tn laatArr at •••idaai •^'“■'•-•toa al a tirkart ltan*a ^ . i 

aim af tha am Tm Did bad **rt Maj UraM d 1 -j <J/V^ iA« aMm miMm n» i aa\\ kill iS iJTair-I I 

rnnai to atm apamaaa A amtl FWU MircB > » X,dOU * .man, .( amt M ptaba-ITm li 1 V 

' r* 

mTa wL a*‘*Aai*a amtltaa la „ak# a * ar| aaa a«d ka in Ay 1 
NHA fund* W**A ca.i na (at laU dataUn 


^maia k a AaiAraaa aiiA laaMr , 

Opm Mairaaa la a tota# aad 
atlllAd laM atlA apan Drapmra | 

Add aaa mmt tab aitoAtn.aad I ini Atoir\r 

W'nraam bAMA w an t«aa*i UPLANDS 

lami Aalamalw all AmtWa ai w a- ak.r,«p 

U«Aa4 taiynn TAia to aa M*al > C£A VIEWS *■ 

aatap far a (any atoa barn .m. i. j 

imu wAd* la laa ar Uiy* n mna../aAf dmmard TAd-t* an* 

toa UalAd AltA •!»»* A<m*t a((*'* mttktmna fa- »ui 

S21 500 Atofnai Btaralal i.** ' •* 

Jr* f»*aaai mnar , »** 

t;:- w^T Jr ” 

GLANFORD r’.'r: 


Battnt'ta Apmtl* 

A MntNbmmn. kv « Mil 


Btra to yawr appwlaatiy la 
aaa Im taaratU ana at tAa< 
tovat* aaa Aamaa Mi lAa 
WMnriBW dtoirtot U«m 
HiiA« raam allA Drrpinm. • 
ptoaaaai dialAa mam. 1 anal 
AmtaHnw drlva-m yartaa' 

^rllrranTy $1 4 . 000 ! 

aitA t«nt latm* MR TBD 
CM tRTlUB atll ba ya«r 
toaai CaU BV A*kT«l Im 
tanbar pAtitoalma 


N »i p I and <***•• Bbtat lAt ma 

S t *v '**** <lto 

I 2,600 *• mammu tma 

(ml mato ftodr 


Pat pnar atm aaB Bar H«uiUl*iar Pan* ar'i BJ) Ladtoa BV »-7m . L? **** *"** 

r.-ts.r,- irrmr^^rurAri-m' 

dam aauaaa i DEAN HEIGHTS aaiAtm -^a to aim a «-pt and 

"OIL H.w. HEAT" MT JOLMIE 

C7900 * — ” '•— » * • * 'to/L/VUt cj^r VN«a«yn"*oSS?;'iS 

• /TVA^-nmaa kaa«atoa aaMm«.t all nan K.1/^ CTCfYC PUIOR Brnt^aM IT mIm 

«. ...itokto ^ NO b I cPb 


»-pa aatAtm and a«Aa* tartKaaMd 


"SEVEN OAKS" 


'DAIRY FARM' 


tnraiad aitbM iha nm*mila 


GLANFORD ,;:;Urr^' ,r.‘r ,u* 

2 VEADC rt( n ftraatorr TAa UaiAf >aan 

TEAK) ULU ,M II01 aKA ftr*n«nm aM a*m- 

A Aira S aMraam Aam- titlaa toaka Um »ampM»ato tKt .da4 m* 
faam al'A M fall kamdiaal aKk ‘ dan Dmub# 'mrr itatl la* 
B*ia all bra D«im « aaraa# *i clr> I 'rv* auA dmiM aant 
daai U.1W DOWN aa >ba to* Aa anaa Ma.t«ar na-t- ->a u> • 

$9950 i-L 


NNA fuAd* 

Aaaatdum m Uto rtnaixiat am* 
Mata M a •Awrtaaa a( MIU Uada 
w« at* I'iMaAair to Aa>a a aaad 
anM al AHA maari. 

D*d taa mac tU4 to >n>bi i- *a 
anntaai •> la (a* a Raai A*i*ia 
luM la toll lha pablic m pnai 
amtii (ha aan*it«MUa«i cam pan* U 
trp’aaaaia* Praakii aa ar, *♦.( 
mand al i*a *alMa**aMa** al 
Vukrrr CanauaciMM «>«< maca- 
Mniaiima a<U »baa ma ^r 


lACB MACKAT BV I'lAM. 
B«t BV J-KM 


KING REALTY 

Waltor Btdt 

■i A'aapMda Bt BV i III! 


hi ( aa'riMP Ma- 7| atTai 
*4 Br 'HM ararnu land tot"H 
*»a<ar pmal W tom and 

t ’-Mi Lai (a Atana Ou<> . 
• iM«i ikam m i ■ 


Kaa B to ftpiat BV : T3TB 
ma CBTIM 


tea, lan* at tAr plan* t, T>.,rl 
brma lat ran tn pati A»« a> 

Aa«« >Aa C'aataal tolaacmn ml *OJ 

*«tidM»a tom lA VninMa Mam BCT IT V 


v.’i; Aral laam m i ■ »'*" 

VMa;i,' an*d ati Hiaa aian 
Sm*Hr* ara* Intna am. toaml 
atamia m* a m. **Ma «a 
arcuan b>>ulMit mar ia«b 
»:«* I * m-MWand Cm M. 
fnrutoa't maar l-'-n* H 
NJTTKBHav t. .«7|t 

$24,000 

Tn n*t Arra a'n* vwv a m* 


Car Taarat BV • am 
rm. rVAdC’. 


rm, rv A IB^ titpk itid *mra TWra m *« ra*', 

THERE ARP-^ANY 

HOUSES n;'.r,zr. 

•«< Ian rm. Mnaran »* ’•*-* Oat Mto ami •••*.* 

aHaa ran iMa aa* >pua*vai;. ato* '** m ktrandrd taaamli ■ ** 

m-dAdd Bw a.x; amj^-^f mi* CV\<W\ 

a.anoad .«m • • at* Aa.p' MUl. MhW #*J\r,Wv 

fi.ina BamAUna lAtm laam *m to-nm.a kaan-* 

•• aal'*ldaa'ad prap*^**' ■'•j , 

to*aoaa rem adi a«rm ii * a 'tal, * HarMatam rr l-dAJI 
Ai-a Bnir* AkU <#>id* rta* ' 

to ^ *^(irmu*V^r'rpiSM« ai a Bagar B AaaraaUd ailTtlmAi 
rauad Aant'A amia* aa rn ”Mr» 

la • ahdto aa , tl impging '^ar 

a«dd ma dinpg *aa« mn ~ 

toryr kttoton aAu a m u d m' 

H: C.N. Montague 

radAMrda a,iA •L*k»g m-f* a PO 

»ira »m AatAtaam a--ra«<na 

aani 1 atotrag In'ataa ,a. *kdr» *••• ■to'taAdtd at fan BV |.nig 
abato ir laa M*a'a Aad«a ar . 

In* p*r«»»g *to Jrd^W* ' . - _ , ^ 

atait al » laau lamiir raam An*d BETTER LIVING 

aitb kAdMi pma ma rm 

rama la Imm tbp dmu da? COR YOU 

thf* tardaa ptm »»h im. >**r ' SA.I 

aaaa»r m t>r > am aaiAcaam m a and hnai.^ i. in>a 


— « • lip *•»* ga ««t«ii»M told in Vninria Mam 

aa Dmub# 'Kprr it.ti t«a PV » >«M Aaa anrMm 

,-.lr> a aifh gmiM aam p.*. d y*, aau a Maan and ara 

a y*,. *«*'r**f ->P to • rM..to*—*t *an-aa laik to a«r 

• atlH bm.rMan* gad l-pmr* natima>an»a 

'•* hatAranm ai> aitb paan. ■ 

1' « >ira« am ■« La** all 


■i A'aagMaa Bt BV i lilt llJTTKBHdV 

OWNER WANTS »1 IT. $2 

$1450 DOWN— 1 : 

$65 A MONTH » 

BCT IT you HAVC uuid TWAA 

It «m »i^ CAN fAV HUBB ../-rvKi*reA^/-»»c 

tVi&M<SH "LAND DEVELOPERS" ' 

dHAU. NAntngn uni* t »ra tor-M^w ueveuL/r^erkd 
am. idanMTk almtf lawm naa* 

•"■• '•«r arkdBA riT*. ***** ' 


BV»-«T«t ar OAl-taai 


1Z\Z^ "FOUR BEDROOMS' 


mppar Unk gad a ma*l rapaa*i«a f>iag rw»m nVb faagttoa brlphl •••« Cka m aaaa aavtiata by 
a*i Aat aaur haaiiag aa>( aikb hmAm <a«ad fto nap* i Aadmma Ahaaiag am ^ /\/\/\ 

AatPtaard rndwtoni Manat it B»mmtod . aaimaam VTtLITV. >JUrUUU 

MaaUtod Inondry raam ana ArparaHvBaradt BQCAA ^ Jl' Ti*Un iagiAaaa. 

tana top garaga Aa immaraiaia Tnra >mmA >ar*bti >VDUU BV aarUtoa. 

rrr rj;::! $11,500 «« cottage in 

Ml Bran. CV a*am BV A AAM CBTIDB GORGE 

NHA ii- TWO BRAND NEW Si*' ;;*iXi-srdiiS^ 

NEW FOR OLD NHA HOMES ^v'UraM^dTntomTaalCn. 

•m m !mma $224$ DOWN $2245 »r‘Sa':M2 

toa daaa mimaata ar trada .na ^ ^? ** '* * mm*a I andraana la ailto tonarau dC-lCrh 

anaiir tm yanr praaaai Aanw Call ' ** Mil ba*amma gad garag* Briaa $62^0 

Mr »k!Im Wimi tI7 07C **“ •••• BV 4 IMl gA,u^ 

GORGF " $I3.V7S lanSDOWN^ARK 

2 $2998 90 DOWN CARDIFF PLACE 

NO STEPS $2998 90 NEW 3 BR. BASE 


radin* m« «ma m ail iba ***• *M rml nil C/v\ 
rabvaaiTMPa lA** la a >- mAM «n U««d ■ I ,«IW 

Aad r aam Aama aiU a torm Mi Braba CV a*sm. BV A*kAAl 
l'*iag raam alia ftrratoaa A it i a 

a» . a torgp taainm k.i.Aaa' IM U A 

niib «Mlag gf«a TAp iai< ' i' * 

ra,;n:rri'» Ttw new for old i 

pti aalf ^ ^ ^ 

M’ (nriAtr dPi aiia dtoi Ma daaa mimaata ar uada (At 
HOMff* M nCTTB ki anaiir la yanr praaaai kama CaU 


$7500 ' 

♦ r ..rwr ^ ^ kniara 


NEW FOR OLD 


Mr Bkaa* BVl-mi 


GORGE 
NO STEPS 
2 BEDROOMS 


OPEN “ ‘ ^9-^50 

w r L. I >1 Lda Baltoaig. arm BV I Ml# 

1 797 TAYLOR ST. VACANT 

r— A M r Onarr aiM raaaidtr aii nlfara aa 

S A I / . S UM> <aa r*ar Md ) kantmm Aama 

mj/y I . . J Ommt 1 4M a M BMUBM Mama 

aMg>a T«h aa tan apt aBA 

V*a tta ma«» ».gA( ,.. j lAp » A- BmiAtBluN #17 BfV^ 

-t«'i • Adam rtirg a.'k AaAiag •Iri.^UV 

a* ’*, aitar a*>,ar ad.trra ih* **' Cf FAim drag, Wai 

b%v.t*i::::.*rt:;,m'^.T, ONLY $9750 

I* a Aaa*.ir Int aaMnaufng Tbma 5,^,,,, C*L“ 'T^ 


• C.N. Montague ^ £=rS-‘T!S?Ttt 

• r«l ITT* tort .Aaammt al dmt da* rTT*; " 


». ntti rsr>nr il Bi.Nn«ni< 

Caag gng TtlWi mraal k*«lg>a 

$17,895 

Ml Mit 

Cba.l*a 0.4dr aal U Ttnkaam 
CV I laM 


m tom ad manatma U*a«d rmaa. * 
iTtlA ntA dltflara tatianra H, 

I kadri ana rsAmM tarAm grW 
dwto **a(Aa< awA • ito A in 
tpa-* 4fT »AST TM!“ WOB T 
LA.vr 

0"«fa Itoamm. arm KViaaM 

PAYMENTS $50 A MO. 

rut .an rc*t t pflTl rOR 
M a MO AND UV8 NUB CBBBI , 
1 Aadmam. ur«* Anna nm kit*, 


rum acaap or afatiD. 

LAAIl aa<-ab.a laa aaAaind 
mg wip aigbipap mu Naa I 
I* Iba lima m piaa yanr, 
maattrn l»t laag 
P(*M BACon BV •*«*n. 

■TA.RFtELO, VACANT" 
"CLOSE TO BEACH" ' 

|d«ai far a aarvtof t»«pto 
ar raiirad tanpla Tl laatil 
air . ••*»# •kiptiar a , | 

Drat-dlirt tanduma uhM* ' 
a*., • ■ r''*t»i#*a ... < • 

ana* Arm# raam I AM 
ra*jM ON O-Maila APai 
Mi t«mrbi A**'ar*ar dri*a 
la carai* Idttalt ws i 
Al'vit >r*ad kPd aAmkAad. 
aiiamM aa a to**ly airaar, : 
k'.»a« Warn* Aimrr Aamm . 
0*a, parmmi g] MM Bt- , 
rvU*ai 8'tr* aag larma in ' 

t mHaM _yp**Ci* Maaa 
ACT MkiBB am* 
BV A ITU m CV I tm 


2 BEDROOMS U*,,Zr'' a^Sr^sr: 

aaman* M**<bmt and lar- ^ t-r w b«r i w.r» * * J in* Bawtod n * i 

bt** to aalttba (nr a laa *** dm** t laar dtd ataaaa Aan* a rgam* |..oti Qd torn a^ «M 

rfua C7W\ ***^ aa* an a f*«rag aad toad* ,aa«miM n » e rr 

al #/^UU «aap*d M Uabaaad .ramg d'dinc mu ptw $15.55* 

ai'A • »atr taatnaaMa daaa ••btorn *ii*a.a arm amt-g a.-.,.- 

r"o * — :s^, 

rbaaa C BAIMABUBT. Mrirad aa <to^ 

BvicTti m BVd^kAN $109SO kA'T -r/^i iiir 


"LANGFORD" 


m # I 

Maaa Bararaa TBatami 

B*gM BVC-lIt* p«m ( 

BS • 7 3 


MT. TOLMIE 

m oBy.*} OWNER TRANSFERRED 


# -V'- '■xj=iC-m Ig.f* ' ' 

A- » *ar vd Gd ppr ~ «> 

$6950 

th>A BAOfV BV »4TU. 


OAK BAY 
4 BEDROOMS 
SECLUSION 


, JZ^''JZ-.SZ 15150 DOWN' NHA 

.^="S.' JrrVK i-va* fJT'lff £ tsn 

$15,550 f— ■•*- 

d,' «4 Wa'* KV2T.TC * C-naam ataard add ald- 

laa r\;iMi *•* Avagaiaa aamplatad uug 

to*rdf aaf naa and atlart rmc 
mlar arAama* miaar altarttiaaa. 

. TOLMIE 

X TRANSFERRED 

tnrnrvm vra tr. p*«»««a m 

y*d iminiip atomnaiu Sr*.*** aaiatot a-.tnrA*d garam 


TWKBV BBnnrvm bt^.. vra 

totaubm y«4 todamatp atotoMiu 

^ to ni ri d Cram a la r«nw artm. 


$ 21,000 


BV 4 ■«i« r* I 


lA’t Arana naa bam* ariri'm* 
rmarn fgi. ilM BdiMATn 
BV I gri r*. eVIMH 

VICTORIA 
REALTY LTD. 

Ill* (toaUaa C raat 

FOR TRADE 

ftamr mti atol m ma gnnb na* 
Ptaat mr ‘r%d* • *raMi am s.- 

r 'm IB OR gpd -nMaat 0'^m 
todr n r* d mr* ,-va‘P— a.p'*-*** 
M lAd >aaa* >m* n«t *><8 arvma 
^ *« «m»da* ia*»i^, im«g»r ar* ran 
ar**-n^ia ymnaa*'— ato a* am 

p w a to* a a ban, mt mm* -aaa 
^mnarm. $10,500 

NEW— NHA 

fcrtau »• -« '►*»< brA tm 


OAK BAY’ 
LARGE FAMILY’ 


B\ FAIRFIELD 

FAMILY HOME 
00 OR REVENUE 

m TViW -g'g* I p.u* Inmt to •»*!• 
torn dtatnar rmaa to mAanl tkaraa ' 
iianm«r*titoa Ha* mm Ai-ma- 
I aarpta, wabM MTl Amtmm* 
aitb mva rai aad namairg 
^ I aakamaiit eant *M«r wirad tar 
ra^a 8 draaant ibaama kM raatg 


I Aadmam' tort* ArHkg iMm kit*. 

• A«* nitn gmmg ar*a tat **,*1. 

fc;.V„2T.„a2. SU-iiT.’ BULB GROWERS- 

a.t'Bt BlAm d**A *i-‘ . tntidtr 


Bau pridt M vananAip *111 A* 

“iltWl rACLd" Id* >A lAm I W» to fi hamt 

9 • WU CASH I Amto t rra agn Ay ant *r V-uria • 

mtirr kto i dar, Ctumiad to •aatk 

ia«l KRWWIMB BO Oat Bar tbrt Aama aUar* p*m« , . ...ww-r..-. . ».m 

■mmttmrn Raat 4 rnam totn* aamt and takiimine TVira ba ' K|LJ A K.ILJA v. 

ISiT JI?n •*•!!* ••• ••• iNMA “ iNMA 3.'j BATHS. OIL HW 

&’UMO JoaY* c 5>** 7KB aiSr*! *"fAU^Sii**faI^ tfOCXA i!7a tiU'iT**' «“■»»•< 

ATTUANCBA MCClrBO TO aiirn mAkiMAmtor aSd nmla S7 j4fl OOWNI !* into 

BTT or BOLBBRCBrilKJ ^>ni i U/V.yVTlN • to^ •umt *m fr«m «ny MAir*. 

ziu:* iXrm«u.-.: “;-idr**^rrcn.“*L.r, <]a^ ~ 

larnTto.*!** {rTr"'.a*"'n« 7ai7 a'Tip „72T iaalT?5 «V • mt Zll, ^***7 "JJ- 

MRd BACOh CV A dUl Ml $ 1 7,650 ^ ’ - | 

— ***** *^^ * *'** •' »-im CEDAR HILL RD |••►to^a **tMZmm* *m •mitm* Om 

5500 DOWN $950 DOWN - 1.1 “3 

a. tot *.0 ftn.1 urn. an* V.-L./L YV^A-^L/ ^ w5f . 

^3.’3-3*33-r. $60 A MONTH 

mamn ai B« mmia* •r^'d *>✓ • i i i ^ ^ lanin rnkM »-* nng paim. rap um , i.rntad 

^ S6300 **^ •• *^ iB* Lmt* *•'*' *•» mrapa ama -a* «f^M* That >4 ranraU Apma »ia 

• P,.„ itotog raam. bag aad* MralA# mnmda Ml » •* ‘•■maaidto tandUMn — — gr i _? 

LAKE HILL ,»-ttsr.m*n.d*‘::tr cnr-s.-rLTArr. s^-,vis::r 
2500 DOWN ^^’50 =1 - $16,900 - Ctom , 

ta.; f abA t r Jamra aan BV S-nCT Oum-an * a*^ CV ; TTt *> appn*«imant lip 

mm mmi Atigatoa itoiiii* a*m« ma ^- * *— ■ Mat* a*k tm M.- WO CamanI 

t pnnd a*lbg iranm aiib ^ AAATI/-** i BV a-aiig tnylAm, 

*•*•**. BBtobmi OIL-O-MATIC rvAA' dav 0^#*^^,* 


$13,950 


r^mm $7777. 

CaU U* Haltoaig. arm BV >*MI« 


“r;***"* $5950 

Bar Par ranit Lat lam m 
tP* p*ar that ynn (InaUi gat 
mil •( ina rni Bn4M aa 
rtallr tv* mnrmlf mataad 
nf a Aanb a r maai tap tn* 
tondtot, Ai'itu.a nnji 
MBI4 BACON BV A dHl 


, rOOB rnowMH n mt«*d TAia 
mmi-nnnp aaad* r-ar famitp toa 
Bnr nafl LB rr tot un |**a r 

anp*' fawnr ki’ f Antnat 4*i< 
an* vt'Arn «ia t -t* and i 
•ma;; todraw «p Mi; Atmt OnM 
gamm apt torato UVW TAXBB ' 
VBAB mv «SA band* far 
TOVB BOAT riaar • i* Otvr*-* 


p.^.., $10,990 

Mam pAnn* f la t Pan MaiarialL 
UR a rm 

Bam ratprnvn. BV >*AMg 

fr •-■*' Cl t ;-B4 


CAPITAL CITY 
REALTY 

Md Catmarant It BT 4 t»» 

WATERFRONT 
DBtiroblB ELtOlB 

• m*m M atmrad nau-drnmad. 


pi u*mg *4a*d to • ranm 

irf.HlriilJ'.rH’ ~$50o down~ 

E7T«Mi m a«m ?Srf^ ** TT ••** 

rva-TNi a* a*** BV i-»gM 

ran «M bnp Aaim and (amttarv 
-• I tetr^t JJ*.**** •••• dto mania* 

-LUStON •'■to cx.'atvi 


mra*r ruaplato Ihira (miaAdd 
torrmm a|.‘ p*rim*tor baai aW* 


^ $i7,650 

Mr Baaa. BV I JU7 B\ l.Akta 

$950 DOWN 
COLWOOD 


CHARMING. 

DELIGHTFUL* 

MODERN, 3 BR, DEN 
3.'j BATHS. OIL HW 

Mu (to* raauiv damp M aftto(0 
to a tAmrp bigB tdy intnunn. mm 
• t** miantm fmm <ny aanira. 
Urg* rmto i iBA hnn ann#Una m 


"SfiCLUSlON 
YET CLOSE TO 
CITY CENTRE * 


Ut atopmg Arabia fnad* ark 
IM rt ar aunr a«*d*« H d na'ar- 
rr*a> an AaaaM-a Iami BmaU 

MUNRO 

ITIWI toi-w 'a*«* 4 Aadfmt •*« and Pwnraam 

P\|r-T-P| l/to^ -g* LB ».IA rf. gadw *taa nn *»a* 

L/ 1 J I K I L^ 1 • ■ torn! rinnd natv »appl* 

Aiiirr^d I I >!>... t ,, rnmmt A m*«lt 

Thu AMrart,.* I raat-aut aaa tun MT”* ***^ ^iton *»d 
i*f* t* tlfarad f*r l.ral nn* ytor r»* ammandad CO a 
Fratarm I Wranm tab •-am- MB ptMa 

r»n- a.iA g..»- ad and a<^a Bnt »*.•#•* m tpyg a.m.ap* 
(brat* TV-.it It A anmira* und- 
V*'A;'1 bam* |« Ana In 
hnnan tng baUncA at • a- 

mT'^'^i*# SI4 670 DOWN PAYMENT 

jAcn Mancar sv i }*$• bpa Immediott PotWLSion 


$12,600 


Batb B B'.'riamp*. Bv 4-IJlB. 
OB AMM 


TAKE BOAT 
OR $1600 


id aid** dtonifwB dwtrlr* 
ml Vttaarta amidM traaa I 
Aa*a tar aa* a awdam 


ranan *«rw A«a«ainn An.ii *«•»*■* tori (amiir bMbmi | 
**** , to *un and aaaRtr a»y •« * M* at ananaard* n.rad 

•'•I gbma A**tada Unaat-aim iMtod *r*a 1 pa AaiA ■ 

•Jto dwwc r pnm and npanai** » and*anm* dnw« aad • nn by *na- 

F^r . li*mg ranm dmtgna* ta> *mind amir an >a'a* b«R-iand- 


torpA mnawr Aadmato. nail in-nai 
varpaung dtpmian rnnm and iin 
•••**•'• •• tniin Op. 
ara 4 A*gtnia and ram- 

’^v* *•* *• >•*•• ratrap'ton 

^ *Ub a*nn firy^tota. i »Zm 
hdiiimto. ^aad Uatuiiy 


«• Hr to bMiA. 
mar nUA Bar- 


4 katranm mtot-Aanp 
aid ar pnnd a»mg 


tri gpi ■ tat rmmn **ai' aa tort* *«R-iand- 
V*rv amsM toapnn itt Id**' tatail* bam* Far! 


'1800 DOWN" 
"4>/i<S 
MORTGAGE" 


TUDOR 
1 ACRE 


•■mtoitod Ay appai B imant itp 
FMaa. ato tm M.- w o Camtrw. 
BT a-4|id tnylAna 

OAK BAY BORDER 
triplex EXCLUSIVE 

'nbdi.mn I ^ W 


*«- pri..^^ 


$8300 


BnlA B Kai'Amnn M BY A bill 

OB •■ >U« 


**T?au ” -to -ar nra m- ■«■*■• • wwvr maniplr p . , ] 

Cm a'Vfd'X-h*^ h* Ca '* WMv rarwB«r »« a i*ar- F*.i p-w* $14,670 

Cl^al MA V**T. ^ ^ ManCkV ST I }*H Bpa 

Mi n» m <ww* m* • kM# fir 4u*v fm ku Uiini* « mm. . 

..m a^ j-n-n*., cS^BAVOB I Wr». M* rvl gPtt 

m.p T*-* H a** • >A* bmut -*• M*MU JftCLODUo >***. Aai 

trrinr* zrt'^jr^^z. S8300 as low as 

Kr, rv'**n * *v*b rVltod I A. I t- I 

NO DOWN PYMT — - No Gimmicks ■ 

iku A*a«i4*' wt .a CaMnra VAI IJF PI 11^ T*« •* <aa A*iW an MBA I* 

Ba* and Andd «tO« v**r t*-d V/^UVC ri.UJ !a.,rmn Anm* fall ha**m«mi. *A 
••Adam C*4 Bd r Clara BV l-giM Vto-.i*.*., maadara t.. g*to« r«rba*« an aa* */ i-’am !*»* 
nr •*••*. CVy.gAM titanaM an a nvnl* Irvaa tm Wa <| a«ng ywad tmm NH •# 

aBDUOKB Cnanrirm iArp*A*|} and torn* »*> ft add (at th* aAa>* dana par 

MA tin i.n.Ii*nib^ ftam u-t •'!•< U>*n t > t.inf ma*| nauA tld* iKhtd** lb* tol. I 

*na-mM ^ito ^mm ^ ••• 'AAiam tU.Ann > bad* praaMtog T*P raa pai gl» Ml 

HadZm famam ktothan (M O- toddu tag ftomAM* kaib } apt lata* mr-lndad. Inr a ahart parind 

MriThnaWd aad aarnAag toT toU aa Fan tommrai niiA , F*. -p-ata atll i»*n dn la gnl 

nan Wi A *a aart aaraaa 'M *>0 11 Ant **•*• M**tf>p r*«**m F >g Fto fanr>pr wtam'M* tall • 

*tra*i Im lA* aniidrar to Mar AiidrA*d aa'ag* Bv*l<*«' latma lAM FdTBBdOM BV $*gMl OOB- ' 

B Mrd bJrMm anTiriut* ••• !.*• and Ui. n * « DOh 

pgiant BV f.fdd; nrua '* *« < # ’ X*OLA« '4CB FBLTOd, CV I 1744 at 4(n*a 

C*:i A**m«* TTMrpA#' *1 mm'**- BV g-74»a 
OAK BAT FAMttT WnATB mtlB W • « • . L<d tVI-dUV **** 


NO DOWN PYMT — — 

L; ;*aV^ VALUE PLUS 


rMuam kitahan OH ( 5 . f V toi *a 4 F*mAaA* kaib J kPt lata* mr-tAdad. Inr a ahart pa* 
MriThnaWd aad ailmAdd toT toU aa Fan tommrai niiA , F*. -p-ata aid i»*n dn la 
^ A *a park atraa* >M <>0 M am**'*' m*'u>p r*«**m F >g Fto fatirur wtarma'itn 


Lnaaip pan A-rm ran'* •*** *i-.rto 
Anaa Mu Alga P .*1 am***- "Cer^iiincn 

a.artga rnaai'a-lM *'r *andl- uLt>UL/L/CL/ 
-a-*., mi 'tot* *1 aaa tinm* VlfW" 

• a*'Miii to»*it. nngtrb k«, id ’i *•*.»* 

i» I an«'a*» *•■ rnama pncM 

a-*d rna**t« Mandt i* vAnm, -m-fa 

, and kttmm* Oaad *•»■•* and kigny, g*':i- 

7:r;rr $ 11 , 950 ' 

D'lto Okkar. BV g-glM aaanikg* dnu* am.^a 


ham -ttf r mw tond**m pint 

m'.', *' » -H-l c *a- • 

la mm - 4 m* nantra' *.d 
fdbto «’-*** ar<' — I , .<■ t • 
ynm Am*m m •♦‘•t, 


d-*gr.H; *•** iiM7;;l4 

JOHN GREENWOOD 

____ LMt Brtod ^f*m 

HAYNES 


• 8v*# r^tuvA# ••**<#«« 

I \tj: %r-Jd r, duplex 

quadra 


■? dmF«>>r rmpp* am tpafa* r*m tinw n(*>«.. •. •«* 

« >1 tonm ii .tomnri'* Tto* Bm* <**li mm*., ig an/top 
amr toan tigapn a ing ^S*n dUrt n.'i m»*' i . iAp^-*t- 


NEW OFFERS 

WANTED 


- * I I IF > I I I to. mg amr toan aPdarwatog Mmn dHt* n. i i, 

m to '*dm* n .A M anM mnm m pa*» gm KAd* ntm mmtitmm m wJZZli ♦ ««AJrT UTTL* BrtofW 

F* *’ to $ I 2 ..JUU rv_i w 14 ^ ^**r mdramn ■ a.pa m> gB« 'V; , A*'Vg araa add*d 0*tom r ■«• Ml *7 RK MX Jr bbai 

F* ••H'.'W’tomnj. , You V# Only YouFmIt to "*mm •***« n<0 Umr karaiy mnr> ri f-» mm TVwn i*a\ »n arr rr-. 


cm xrvn maabmail ona-nt *r 
9 1 2*OUU .*'«CK FBLTOd. CV I ri4 ar a(n*n 


kadr f * all Amt t>ma«i* ntoab* oB»-id*1 
Bag Mntto *m*r BVd-tMJ _ 

Riia Dei Mur*s 


r 

Daily Astrology 


CHOICE 
SEA VIEW 
BUILDING SITES 
$1800 TO $4500 
NHA LOANS 
UP TO $13,000 
READY 


BIJOU 

BUNGALOW 

FOB BBTTBBD (mPFlK 

dll* 'i(i)* aaa angranm amtaga 
•tth Mb**ami. .w« aag m^u 
ta-lntlan laratPd alnm to l*fm>*i* 
ar pg- mitd tt da.aAant >*• *i n 
fa ad --'I far fWntr* (mil ar 
**f*t*bim Mali il*>*g mam 
r**i**> ki'*»*'i t di«ra r*m**«aa 
A*'P *iib liud f|n*« tad •«*,* 
r4*m aaar* M*m •** 
•a}** daiaa An* t***,r* Fri** 
i'«b*d*i bpn am nainr Ig'-I *• A 
'« 1*4' t*.*r«b«p* APd *** *•’ 

turban !•*•* -pi* i*d* lalia m* 
•M Ana np*a* apan a amiat *«tn 
(*r **kP* and pat*** TAu m A 
dmr jiHia mag* n*ii amW Bnt 
aadi* naading * pan aagi ad 
paint 1* tototiaad n« my ibai 
a pW4 ml nawt aad* * paana ml 
tall** in lb* pranari. Ha** * a 
rhptubpa to* ynn. ttod m Aar 
1M* Aama al an amaatnyf* Ian 
ptor* an, Mi daltori M I-| a,, <t 


im LtoX 


'CEDAR 


SATI ROAY. JANUARY 17. IK* ] NHA LOANS toL/mtl. 

T«Jb>* QuotBtkxi: The Uctinf and crowninf (jp JQ $ 1 3 000 
phvilrfr nf (nrmUhip t roncUiKy ' South. , ^ * * pw« *r *••** aad* 

SeturdBy for C\rryonp. Pdrl of (he trend tn favor' READY **Xbi# ^ mT*'! 

*hld. mn*'mlrBir ofi impmvini your npoortunitlr*, hut' ^ m a« a* 

m . . . r** fall partimlar* an ibtm mi. p**** ant add dminri 

a’err vlcBr of mnfu«km. mmpliratlonA. involvements •mndind -ha ri**, m •miiaci *i«n yv~r M>n<^ 
or any wbaIf of tlmis rnerf> 1 ^ tBWCwwnoo cv »-Mdd Arn^ nn** 

Idinli fnr $imr Wr(h 4 *lr nnd BlrUmUcB lUbm- anr'i-m iiha'dowa 4 XD*b 

M*fih 21 to Apiil l> lArfrti SmB to maBd |Ainn . K.ICXA/ i Vwt* iowTiatb^' 

rrsardinf nuinry. opporiunilira fViii't todt#. prntrrt I INtW I c*'i nwr a M*r 

April JO iQ May an iTcunai -Look on thr brifhl < HI QUADRA 2 mm* 
lidr of (hints uhrnrvrr podclhlo. Protect reputmtnn,: tf>l' 7 rA PNk. I 

•Bert tact ^l/jU UIN 

May 71 lo June X 'Gemini*- Pul the ftni«hin( *5 DD^C 1^1 ANPl W 

UHKheo to ronatrufttve enterprlSM. Shun indiscretion ^ DK J lOU/DiNU n 

Urdinetu. . fc^»,,r..i ^ m .. .. 

Jun^ J 1 tfi July 23 iC 4 r>r#rl • tmprm*# ^ 


mr "QUIET STREET" 

u p OBlYig WOATBS Oio 


•n# a .tonrn*, pno, mi,ip,,g 

n, •* ana.nd a dranm -C * Wv«i 

cru? university gardens 

l^mham?***ai.*aM *n** i nun*** ** *** 4iWa toaat aadraplMt 


THE ROYAL 
TRUST CO. 


IF TOT «BK BBLUm^ 

tCT CiALBb DO n 

REVENUE 


AmaA (to'A prir* $5500 

roi'in B» WkMnt. Bn with 
II H* DOWA AMD BALAtoCB AT 
|M a WOATtf wnw tVTtII*rT*T 
VrB U>W lUTB or $Sto 
Ca>l nWT A MArrADVBK t| 
an*-* nr'topnaatnrn OaMOiM* itf 
Tiaaacin Ltd. BVgfMi. M At 


NEW 


$1750 DN 
3 BR'S 


ISLAND HOMES 


k a«n«Mtal to* to n>* nl TVtorM'i 

ha*' arm* nn •**«' maii<aM 

nnn iA« fma 1 k ad r anm Aama (bgi I 


LTV 

* Mid ttonglai B'***! 


ttom ' ■Od-LdCK BBAI.rr OMBt LTD btfniTi-rvji i i /-VT\tr> 

ADt^P *p'».*. mn aidl •*r*gH,.nmU* 

Vnl^r \(\l\W *<>,*'^1* a.n> atm* • ~iing*tmt 

"M«v« Info ThtM A I 7 A/-C ' VaI , THE B 

icTunodiotBiv" WALLACE ; !*.T^*rc* t 

IttI ^a«*B BV I dlM *.*S. Ln**f* Mbdampad >*d KT S-4t3l 

r*p*a Amum ar* ramp' *• fk* I I l/^l tr‘ r g**.. "tod ’l**f »*'.•* 

OPEN HOUSE $ 13,950 qi 

905 DARWIN i 4.V*“ 


$ 22,000 


WALLACE ■ 1 CO 

* * r 4n^>* Ftot •>*** t*M O a*a*namm to 


REVENUE 
$2500 DOWN 


T*P*a Amum gr* *annP» *• *kn 
mnarntr and rar at m*«ad ip> < 
■mmndmtoh * tori- Am 

pBipidn> n«u kdiMla *i*. 
Maau mn am ptoam a* '*«• 


ehcncM. mix with peopif neek re-operatlnn. Save to', g to*nV-4MMrAHSTdto?M ^ MOUNT TOLMIE 


money, atrenfth 


•mm art* ,n *nr*.|grg* tnAinM 


rr-*s.r?r?to. 905 darwin 

,r»'^(,.RT • SAT. 2 TO 5 

• ranm r*m„- iBimn *p*i*,, «.«» 


BUILD NHA 


uouB. protect BkAFtt 

Ort. 23 to Nov. 71 (Srorptol Rnep busy, derli to 
•cc^pilah minor oblectivea I •# diplrMnacy* raullon 
In dMltnfs with ethers 

Nov 22 to r>rr 71 (.SacMUriUdi - - Forward pr*<^ 
lira! maUers. be active, give coa«lentloux aervice 
WafHi diel. fieelth. 

Dec 27 Id Jan, IP traprlcomi Make (hr most of 
your Bhiltlles. lalentk. peraonamy. Shun rtskt concern 
Ing love or monev. 

Jan 20 to Ffh lb 'Afiuarlual RuUd firm founds 
tfonc; premofB domectlc. orrini Intereats Be imperi 
en«l. p^aed 

re(> IP (0 March 20 ■Pinreni f>f thing* done: 
write; confer, mingle with people Skip ‘wordd . don I 
be Urdy. 

Planning Aheod Omd for eniertamment. aorubil 
Ity, etc.: Jan. IT. 30 . S 3 33 . 29 . morning of Feb. 3 . 

OlaidAkad Af OkAgilidklH K*m* FkMnrM IM | 


i CASH I WASTE" 

piom.o. r.u.i«ni CUSTOMER r..?.'''r.;ar'rfr,'~i..;i 

tokm. HkrWM diB bd rnato I At« 

■ Forward pr»<? ■ ^••»o*‘4 ram* 22T I 

lentlou. aervMe c*n i 

1 ** * n#*/ una d»r?i? (Mfrri to*i^ 

dAke (hp rnodt of l'** fabaai* a«rrAa«*t CaU VBOA 

Lin toafe. _ Firm aoriw* BV I dfil nerb- 

un ridkk cenrern [ . KJPW •*v^a B*«afUim mi vwtmt* lm I 

'^^YV . (TAir MAV 

uUd firm founds ^ DCr^Df'V^XiC ^ ^ 

'eats Be imperi DCL/r\L/>M//V\^ Aa«i H«an* A^*,«n« miA 

^ larAad garam ln«*i (to rttirad 

hrar ot.«*f«i>r e-bpai Cammu- talk* oimplit*!* raiMeadafH and 
(>t thine* done- ** ****'* ••*■<**•. tns A*an- pn*- al mm* tnrmda* mmku** 

... . . : OO-W A«k>m« m **mar >ina *l*«i*l* '••** *bd ttow fW*ar - 1 


Fkirfwii Bam* 

I to » kag'aaOM 
CkB M CtoO ar H Knaakd. 
BV I HW Mi'irnt 


NEW 

3 BEDROOMS 


'DREAM HOME' 


MUST BE SOLD Payment? 

It ddg kaadla* fhu tpait»-« pp. Own Your Lot? 

mmi *'»r«* kandkto* M*a Ah f - • i t ^ 

'sus. 

mHlraiad Tat N»m |a«*i,an pap. ^ „ 

»«ei* aair Mg m*n>A iimtodled ** * Mmaar ml t*fai*B|* 

Uta* Idaai lai rg(U*d -*«■« at Mltdara imdr *• ***m yanr mmm 
Mali (amilp eOf^/\/V • H iatt* *4 ptana and 

Fri** aniy eOzUU *M* 4**ltall* Aim maap Mmrn 

Bar tHii BV« dAM iu* IV |.|9il Jto andm «mitor»-i»p* to *I> ,f#a» 

Fk* tariA** tolmamiAm tmx C J 
Baftor KV4 ttn mr*m W • 4MI 

IMMACULATE rwt 


*’'*•?•* d^ *to*d Amato akA •* *W 

?*’.?*?* *** -* * tto'BA eargiarv 
, . tomlaAad predwirg gJM * maa'A. 

HA P'r*’*'* aanrato* tor Bgw*<r* 

•' V Utoa tot •••» amitoMn far rmmf 

**aanto and Pkrknw tn* tbnr 

nent? 7*.^, $13,900 

n Tk riBV r*n Ann* OanaldaM 

JT r I BV |.ddT4 

n#7 Wand tpvmiatoni C* BVi-’JI# 


HErSTERMAN 


FAIRFIELD 


I m toe • .aaf. Md aa me* BlenkinSOfr — No SfCDS 
•a I pfctto* Mbit tl*i»d r mm , ,Y_ . 

#»•*•*** AdA Anito. \u,b— » paar-adg d-iMtoik *(s>* 


4N011M cncai Bi'vi;Ai/nv i — 


#»•*•*** AdA Vu.pmt r**f-Md t-iMtoik atspr* 

and diputd rmm J to d i pank. iSf**^.* ,.*y^ ** . _* ** . Xdma* 
Aardnnd fW* ad A*»' FlaaaMI Xatog ramb r*u aiaad 
Ixtofl vd bPA 'nnti*'*‘*l f***- ki'*A*« eirnd 

K h Cait rV'FI* kOAtot r**nf*i«*n **nh nnH wuiif 

veil to <3R4f ’Mdto > kadototo* rmbarto* A*4A 

doonn ^*** FAA*I a***;*, dapafnla m- 
*4 SHyUO '••• eHA ai u radi apar* HIM 


Baftor KV4 ttn *PM W 14141 . r •bwwr 

oj^m ftoPim to CV. IITA m*, SIDE BY-SlOE DUPLEX 

■ TA * la an «d*r pnmmn* k4> it 

NEW NHA r k»4 to *p«a le rmgy 

^ nltori *■ torm* aad prirm 

BY OWNER i ^ om*oi 4i4ii 

t-** sv * tgtl 

2648 FERNWOOO 


ci new NHA *7«* r 

,Tp BY OWNER I ?“*'A 

|,'*pl*r* and mb tlm«>nc d.knd- o^ae rrtiA.>\A„"ip\#K 1 * * * 

<i«* and im»Ar»i >mwt aiitoiipdl 2648 FERNWOOO I , 

Otoar* «HK *»toad« torn to A fUld I »KfBT^M*J* • 

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3405 VETERAN ST. 

SAT. 2 - 5 


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TAUrULD AMCA 


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HIGH QUADRA 
SPLIT LEVEL 


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2 759 MT. JOY & .X .r 

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WATERFRONT 

$18900 


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CLARK & CO. 

Trjr’TTJ^aaciZwr;. horse owners v.isl 

*’** L « J1!T 525 000 • ** '=* »• dSv orm*** svj^tv 

gaa* rail *»•»* .RXJ.WW A.. —., -• •ai « anrava aattlva 

can D O Wk*v rVk-Tm Mm ^ IH a** **ar* I II mil CC 

aar'ma lakiau av. ma M aak Mr *m ^wDI^CC 

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va< *>ta allarM* tatM*. 
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trpM. $8500 

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3 2222 ARBUTUS 


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MEARS & WHYTE 

M *MI marawak #• a .au « Tan #rma»». ■ -ue ■*! reu. re»r« . r* ' »vAAJ _ «aw nrai i Tfv 

.ca* watt Tka haan M taltr m 'M» ■ aaat-i rma*j ^ ^ OAK BAY REALTY LTD 

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arktaaaa* ai r**a> *•* raal pr*»f*THT BTPBPATHtm Ra* BV » ’ 

i::; $27,500 »V*«H ra. *a..u.*» ■ 

; k:*' ;r kjs:; beautiful uplands p n.' Cabeidu INVESTORS 

or\r\OkAAKl I nOMt LU e*k Av»nw '» i 

DUUKMAN ' ^ ilkw— Wurv IMIM htfaaa. 

INVESTMENT CO. , BRAND NEW Thew 2 Erc'"^ 

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lu rwr *r mmi tbaar p*m»4 m J DCL/KLA,trV\D 

4aa ••». ■‘y* * * ecWT een^ioeD locatiom rvi ini ns/ 

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•IM OAR BAT ATBHVB 


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tm rat evt-tklk 


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A STEAL! MAN'S home 

1600 SQ. FT. ^ LARoe uAMmAjrr - PAWIBX» 

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Sweeping Seo View 2SJ?^ 

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COUNTRY I 

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OAK BAY 
$12950 


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CO. BRAND NEW 

in*:; ■r:-? ^uzrz^rzai split level 

3 BEDROOMS 

99t%9^ 2t!l l!7 JkiTf mIS! 


,tv M a Mui nv. tm- LOW DOWN PAYMENT 

OaaM ka CaUMwi** n*a*i"VraM. *•** *• <AftSO 

lar-ak CVa-a* lama >4 aaaira* •'■•’ #WO VV 

U. ■ It m Aa«a 4 r»*. tAO«vn 

BTt-Mai ».r. .V ».|m ■ C^'T-Ma XOT^U 

OAK BAY ‘ $4600 

'.aanAa C- '* ar»a Mirt •' we kaua. 4 raM C70nn 

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OAK BAY ‘ 

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rupu -uav •-*•*• '.■»la.tr =1 ta« a> - ACRFAGf 

aamaatr rnak Rwra tiaa n n a«M 


•-AIM aeriMe 


Blara tee tea** Aitrtaura Thu inwaraiat* tittuaiaraa «*- , p— *• — < raarkar aa 1 am t. 

ktiaaaa aitk avuiMa Ma*4 Mak kv *>a r««Ba *ak taik Jr ^a . 

a»k eabaaa*r aaMM*a A taw m 4S raaee aiM talk Mwn >•* -Mruaa m- kBem t*« e» m na^ 

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GRACIOUS 

SETTING 

A «kO W*T cmne feAnTirB »» ^ n aalm^il ^ * «k 

KocKiono Area tww ATmArnvB iR*i-uAT«o ;«.7 5^ u, v 4*1;^ 

A ir... •....«»* aukara r* .K*r »0Mt BRAVT^a rowOTPOW $16,900 


Rocklond Area 


high LANSDOWNE ! - . 

DE '-UXE FRASER 


mrw Mtlakv lan^aW ^ T.T * ^ Mak "> t*(k<w»uM Vr— r-* BaawulaJ raarMr aa I arm ». 

vkja, M VIM* M -•«-. u, «rm taeu ■ 

ff ^ CTO 500 W »k I > »> T tan* aa4 t>si**a eSg mivarv kak mmm* M*k 000 m# ^ aneara fantaaJ* v 

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rv tta n * ” "Mi •*»■*«» MM* kaaaMtat. k« kaat. env M larag* ataUr a* |tkk< OU-0*1ikt»k Bkl- RVB?k«» Mr. CmtaM* ^.kiSi* It Mk kST* 

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CaB Mra BkrMra ST l-TIM. raatv tariaka* « anw Oat Bar 1 a lyF Wtb I ^lAANiUn KU. 

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rK/\^rK Taa mvi 'au ■ itv -at tea hm* okctT »IO,TW tmm vaenii: w a r awrMiian CCC/V\ 


mmrnfmmt <a >■■«• famk 
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ta* aak tk*t'-a « a ■..•■■a mm tk* "va m «Mk- 

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■wMW urtakM atM '*ra k*ii Pr«aa-M Caa'inar f 


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PI erne a'X’ir.r^: r,ru:. ‘•rvi!s;kk:'’2.«”^ c:aM"v 

iVeWU* tVIMU -V narauk ^^7 ,^,**',;rn*“*‘Uk '*wn IMa T" CI2 900 

•mar rarkWk A-r .a kwav »—■ Wmn " V. .. kM #a* uaa 

^ ^ ^ fi*Tf»»ee iA f ■‘■ n **** * **** p « r *. n «' • • if»£*'« i IViiiien 


*1^C WEST SAANICH RO. 

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r-’i- KtaaiV Mar ar4Ma4 ank ‘ran.. 

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4iV^ McCANDLESS REALTY 

5 I x-TUO •w W< a Wham* Bv ) #• it 

.V J tuMaa WQ^erfront Home S5000 


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- • • ‘*v lau ak^aMter >4 <v 


• ea a»iaAai a*4 v(>m *> m t-> <m Ttv Mtl ihMim* kMI 
Fm ; • >V Minai awriMMMa awl rraa* aatruru ittmmmt Mr Br>mt 


UNHEARD OF 

» ii»i»»r i * ; akfiui.afta hiirina knt 

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w«U aaaar >m *• w*M* An n wvaia m •uat Varkw lu- 

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a -^ral m'm v«a ai.ai* karMrw Tax *k«w 5 I 0<3UU 

■ firt -•*••■** a 'va* >i»nk rm* |i 

w-i— *. : miu..^ kXim k.H I R»f‘aMv M.mt *'»• 

a I* aaav ■!** Ctraka awi M<«aM f Mi l aa RV 


OAK BAY 
IMMEDIATE 
POSSESSION 

T*r* aiiraa'iaa aMii'eval kna* 


$18,500 - - 


LAKE HILL 


•V } kkil rtm 


DUPLEX 


o rvwalar RV k-MB 

nrrv* KTk*m 


ITlUfT BOfttl (ilROIR lan.' It ‘ RPAIITIPIll iMmTT Wa!rM.muk^w.JT^ ..U “» HaHaa* »T |-Tlt1 »T 4-VM# *4 kMl rtU a«IV ** »-Mll >ai*» 

kt> rt-u, HiiiH <uaCMf;''T DCAU I irUL KrZ mZZ ^VHT* *1721 ir f-— w» ^ J,, OR» iiif **■««, Tx 

country HIGHOUAWA “mrIBon'head 

Ufr ?S*i-Y HOME $12,500 12500 - DOWN $2500 

rvmct KXek^. CRT TlRVm _ Mi— tT V*«1M al CV $tWi . ^ Rvktlfai linak raa*. Hb«* aak- T^. ** 

RVaiLaRLC kt^ABUI nntli) rava **r1* h*v* nC%fW rJ $^M i MaiaUfHRk TMW»a4 yaii4 ^ tiMlu* taak* af Ma«a«k . 

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kuiru ruH* ur|kr MrV* *n4 
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$12,500 


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evaa* aak B CarwrikM tVMiil «4 tk* ttit T>* Mav waa aailt "I'lul CDCCf~UI CCC" I ftrrakaaa fevkwaa* fir* *^'^ifa*** krtwa* U akw $■» Mm* 

k* ana ar -M !Mkta| rwuVMua * M SrtcLHLCbb (araa* Ml ha*' eav'^ OauT faar n* aW 4 10 A/VI 

RwiMeartra fcramv e VWmI* af Tuum »ar * parfaatnnnt I r>>M la* TatM* **4 Cl 3 SOO A*kMt #lo,0(XJ 

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AAV OAV .Bva pr.a.4 ...e <9950 wX ^SLnl;* >I0,5UU 

"M UAR OAT tarn* a ^ ♦ Uakwn «•• uifuiaM4 aiUr farmn rraaanr u riaar iiU* Owaar LAKF HILL 

7" lAAkACAIRTC w. .iJr7j7iV***I^ilnwu. *i Taita C70CA •* vr*V ra***#*kM kawa R**' 

1"^ iMMEDIATc !!. — ••«* iVV* J/VjU a**ai r?wa rahaaU ■**•«*•** **4 j Vkrnrr awuaM* Ik n 

30 DACCCCCIAW «V I Mil *•« •* »**• ^ CVI B r 0-5ji kiamli Br. 'kl. tm, 

•Af POSSESSION ni IPI PX '*• *' •*“ **• 

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1 T*r* .'irM'laa awtii-avaf kkV* u a u ra/\r% UAA DAT * rauwM fWM *«4 Mam 

• kru kkll»» Mr*a tR**4 ****r*'ri ClK BQQ 40CAA raeei wura Mu aicVAy 7 DCPl KJLJA ••*k kv> <wi •anvrtne 

4h>im MP* M Mlawi <•** » — — 58500 ■*•"*> Ra '■■»■*•* NEW 3'BEU NMA !• ta'a** 4lta»*4 *k ei 

I I lara* ^rm Thav la* av- Da-aak-kkww kaVv » CITT tpmi .MM. aaonv 4 1 inn rVMA/kl ■'’’ ra»'Ww aaiaf .ir 

. *!■•* alibi* a^ WiMkrr im Batarat* aairaarv arraaeM luuakiwa { iriMMain* APPROX $1200 DOMrN ,ai^tani fVamiat wi‘> 

I Tfua * riaa^ Ijja Mrih nj- o#w« I BR li. ta* klaia* i^amrnf’ rv. fVIOil CUD ^u « I 7/1A *-•• 

, i.Hak rm rm. m*t Mtyy tltrhan Mib aek *4ill'> 4-iTX/ Ful PhC# 512.700 5H 

•■f*«* Oraa^a la*4*<a*ak DjWk 0^ tw klimia kilrina m* M4- ' CITY _ BtllMe t^r* 

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*-2 *va Mr Fvka* ORI-lll* M tiam aatrai BxOijUU 

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77 HEAD o.„„ « — i YOUR DOWN 

ro $2500 - DOWN PAYMENT I revenue 

! .Xk;* X* wriiik"* rni7*S A-wm • $18,900 my Birrtcc wrmn4tmt fu rtr 1 REVENUE 

HivnMHt •-■* kaik *V ik* aatat >aB r*m-IMk«) Vaa- NEAR 5-POlNTS kvlkt tar art 1HA Wa ••a '' l-IThyU 

^VMk ^ia* -Tl. uaai Tmtaa on hi •*!* M- ^ _ naMAa tmr vrar la km B*>trMt ^ FBR MO*rT« Rl 

I tfrre^ftee Ip ••• iw Htw* ^ h^9 M «n <ihV WtM boM ^rfp oSiy •! lib Ob TTb 

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1 r»,M HH TatM* aak 4 1 7 CAA 5 1 0, 000 Biamai •: 4M *•««>/ 3UU Mfnntu •a'M*' kiirMa. Wt»n» rtvH1» THRBB 


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$14,800' 


COSY 

WITH VIEW 


LRAAI * BFARMW 


aaunaMta* 
bara*' aak 
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aMaatrk hitk ha* t aaunaMta* 
aiau *f 'ha tnaar bara*' aak 
’ kt'*** aala I >»*r* *M aitk all 

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•'CVC.i^V./t *•■»■ iri traat • aa« aaM lei'aau 

nr-v/ra-ii ir ** *■ •'Wt reaBlr ar • wnf 

:ts REVENUE i l;r=l^..r’;aX^'?hJT^ 

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a ^nM 5«ty <1 Mt Oh TTV UIVRUT *• iv Me Rrta* 4ACAA 

eaa I LAROt fmOMA BIX fVU.V AH- ai «i. • >t3UU 


, af akuk la iMaai *ai<r*4r »*1# tkVBar 

~ af lr»ak»* waaa (law WlAiM 

YOU DO NOT RENT Er:»H**:rr 
A CAR OR FURNITURE’ 


$1500 DOWN 
3 BEDROOMS 


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— r ! OFFSH'nn-;r 

CC R»)OM BiNoaLOW which Irtle a i^t la. ir it* r r-.rvt'i/Ki _ 


ai. flat k ala* afa* rijM Ba* *'••• *»M $m tar** * fa'kaa m "AAAI IkJT \/ir\A/" 

ibM (a* aa «acaWwed ban* aa'ara -“i rffla** rf itervi-' MUUra I VltW 

Biaa K i WIUJAMB tv |-*t«| «*'ai( • trie* 4CC A/SA 


raaKM taata AtMaka* rarmfit taLoB HBRr IMJW FltABB 
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kaU klaa U«i*k tMn eilB Or*- XT k «M4 •HOBtHWeerMN 


rail an* $• n* iku aM'lm haen 


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ar nB k-tllt Mattbeaawra a*. prM* 9 JV/VA/’ 

teriiM* kt Vli«kr4«J.lk ThI* I* Ba'imir* LnUtk 

tMj* eau. FA«f>AeT Ba-ak ivi^i 

CTTT tmricx - p mb cabk - 

• K«M BaMiattl*! aUl-krM OiX' ^ 

O-MttU rerakM KER & STEPHENSON 

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us WANTm TO M’V 


US rRor»:iinr u anted 


WANTED 
60-160 ACRES 


RANDALL'S 

LI/vilTED 


DICKIE & CO 

REALTY & INSURANCE 

M . BV l-ait. W » U14 


CASH — CASH 

{••t* 1>J' « •• • t— '1 WMff 

Mr Mti> 

BV «.|IU rv t-NM C M Miin 
U«M C* 


RITHET 

Consolidated 

LTD. 


BONA FIDE CLIENTS 

1 M«M ^'Mb 4mmm tw 


JOHN BLAIR LTD 


ARE PLEASED TO AN. 
NOUNCE THE OPEN. 
ING Of THE "GLEN- 
HAROHACK' SUBOU 
VISION 630 ACRES 
ON BEAUTIFUL SALT 
SPRING ISLAND. 
LARGE, SECLUDED SEA- 
VIEW LOTS PRICED 
from S7S0 AND FEA- 


SECLUSION 
HIGH QUADRA 


OUT IN THE STICKS^ 


WANTED 


THIS IS URGENT! 


rv .-It f - . 

P R RHOWS A MV|« liMITTD 
ttti Bi^ V.riwM &C. 

t\ HU' 


t ruR Mb IIM MktbJr 

tar aia*rr«. Hat'A OM Bar 

> ba«r« ar >-ba«iH sab ba* 
bubfabr* Pric*b lb tIbbM 

Cbii r>aat«* TiMmrUr RV S ftM. 
Bm OB T-TTTt Tp«b B Obbafr* 
U«<mM Ltb 


UPPER 

LANSDOWNE 


(tarn maw 'mb n*** ih 
Bmr t.i rabtbg BraMbra 
LN OB ««b MAHlA^B-HY 
Lt^ir. I l^br■■wn *-fb*«a I 
kMiRab Mb b VIBW I 


SEA VIEW 


Needed 


APARTMENT LOT 


ZONED 


WAlrl^FRONT BLOCK 


AT SI 0.500 south- 
ern EXPOSURES EN- 
QUIRIES INVITED AP- 

pointments to view 

ARRANGED — PLEASE 
CALL MR. AGAR AT 
EV 5-3742 ANYTIME. 

EXCLUSIVE AGENTS 


Genuine Clients 


Plr4>« rail 

J COOBVttiB 


GOING EAST 


PROPERTIES wanted 

tt rau Bata ■ <br«a ar ■•ar-raa* 
f4M««a ratrrwb rtrt ar Jaa»a« 
B>< I ba*r aa laiatraiata barrt 
Maat b» aa am laar; Ai-« ba«a 
barar tar a la 1 -'cl-x It (• M 
iHMMab bailar bamr Mmi ba >a 
iaraitaa far wbm4* am a bama 
aitb aaaa rbaraatar Oar 'Brnl 
• iB ba* (bU »a rbat arira piiam 
RV 1-TTM rat RV M Pm 

r«<i Ta«B * raaair* iMmrt Ub 


DRIVE BY 


GORGEWAY 
2 BEDROOMS 


SNAP 

GORDON HEAD 


..br* 


1550 BROOKE 
3191 CARA4AN 
1797 ASH RD. 


bOI n ra abrraiirr ar •« 

<la*i** tMtiag taWrarta PHIi. 
BftCPBOB at Tb*a B Cbbaor 
Ramra LI 4. IT |.tm m. 

rv i-iM 


$5500 


LANGFORD AND 
COLWOOO 

# 1 C/yv Oma -Raa abil aiirw- 

# I J\J\J ubc.n* (Mr raam bua- 
talb* ai'Maia^ a«am ‘>*aa awlab. 
M <at •aatrai Ibaai aaaia lar 
*a«aa ar M4>rit abMbl* Pall 
IHir. IT Mb 

Bbatbar absiiaa twt Mtlb. 


FAIRFIELD 
PROPERTIES 
NEEDED NOW 

All Typrt of Home* 
ond Revenue Property 
LARGE OR SMALL 
GIVE ME A CALL 

e Waib'i rv t-mt annum 

BimBW BOMBS LTD 


NO BASEMENT. 4 RMS 


WAXTCO DATKBTBrtVT 

«rtaa%r ar min t»<ina 

ba«n alM l«b*trBi bmm 

■rb Paiwnatm Ckll I.'* n<m 

b U D>4b«*« *«m CV><MM 


10 MILE POINT 


FAIRFIELD 

DUPLEX 


JUBILEE 


$7550 




CORDOVA BAY 


I^un<lr>.Sho«* Doll 

Any yoant tirl would love 
to own this laundry dolL And 
Hhat B wlbp say to lb«ch (IdL 
nrtm 

Laundry goea In »ld« open* 
Ing shoM in aklrt porkeU, 
lijuiy to MOW. trim with rtdc- 
rack. Patiem 7*49: tranalrr* 
paiipm. dlrfcitama for SJlncIt 
laundry doU. 

Send Ihlrly five cenu In 
comr 'ttampa cannot be bo* 
rrptMlt for thu pattern to 
Laura Whcoier Nbedlertaft 
Department. The Daily Colo- 
nut. 60 Front Street W#*t, 
Toronto. Ont Print plainly pat- 
tern number. jDur name ar>d 
acktrem 

.Vnd for a ntp> of 79^ 
I.aura \Mieeler NeeHlecraft 
Hor>k It na« lovety deBlgna to 
onler: embroidery, crochet, 

knitting, weaving, quilting, 
tovb In the b«K»k. a apenal 
autpnae lo'make a Utile girl 
happy a mt nut doll, riothea 
to rolnr Send 25 centa fop 
thl:; bunk 


$2500,. 


$9000 


A. BERNARD 


SAN JUAN 


a CO LTD 

aw P*rt liiMt tv t I 

YOUR OWN PARK 


WANTFO 

URGENTLY 


'iUitvG u*r ra/u« in 
i» a<> w VWTori* bbiwib. 


REVENUE 


MODERN BUNGALOW 
$10800 


CHOICE 

GORDON HEAD 
SUBDIVISION 
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OM nabra ibrinaabii Pbtilf 

iM-4 mmm» aM b*4iaa« la Mak 
bam- Parvm bat atr haitrm 

..rm. $13 655 

B*ri«Mi%« L» .a« 

PM • MU Mr Piaaru BT« b*M. 
r«b> OBl-bitb 

north quadra 

$2700 DOWN 

tara* nrau • rum *4 bamalbe 
LB a»b PP I maiaMA 

lari* biubaa «tr«4 •*iMb ***•*. 
« bM«b bbtBrmai Phil 

b*a ' -«a* ^ 

tmxur Mb< •*irt 4U 

T»b*b4 T*>t* HIT NMb*b •» la 

$ 10,900 


M V«ha»^b '• M 

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885 STATION RD 


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IM* ObWbMa*' at"*t 


3 RMS. 1 ACRE 


2 PRAIRIE 
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GRANT & JENKINS 


4-MILE CIRCLE 
$7950 


WAVTSU (MMBUIATBl \ POa 
TBiav PBomX WBO a*vf r..'»T 
ABB4VBB •«! rmni mw or 
ntiMB > u« 1 abr>M«M>M HfMu 
TTtVT ABI UVlRo lb AV AtTro 
r-'i-.-BT A*tt» MtaT UX-4TB 
qi'TCKLT CAU V.2W PT-R tm 

MBniATv laaptr-noM iohnat 

^AMM WWrSfiM KuMM LTD 
rv i J'.H *»TTTMt 


$5600 


1000 

SQUARE MILES 
OF SEA VIEW' 


Saanich Realty 


62 ACRES 


SAXE POINT 


VACANT 


APRIL 

POSSESSION 


10 ACRES 
RESIDENTIAL 
PROPERTY 


FULL. PRICE $1550 


FAIRFIELD 

REALTY 


ESTATE ACREAGE 


raam P«ii « • • • a I bba*mmL 
an*b-ia t*'*a* Ptbrbtt «a«iAb« 
hbAiihf awa M. f»Ur 
lbr4M«(M A fballb** e*bJl*r 
bbwa Im tm bUr*rama *«t*r 

$14,670 

«iU Mbbb b«*A AM MlAmt m 
•Tl Maibit bribf abl 

a*4 lKibr**i *1 ibb ••MabBt tb« 
rai* M a*r tMhai CALL 

ra*c A macpaotvi at omcs. 

avA-«t«i M-KB aanvicB invui- 

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ONE ONLY 


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160 ACRES 

OB TBAiRI 
AU. OB PAJrr 

Uis*b e*im *a4 M«oh U*t 4»« 
tmu af W*i*t 

ti w-.-! Ptm> c.i* 

c«t Ml f- Aam* b»« rv « Mat 

At>*rtirABMirMA« « CO LTD 

ll« Br«M rv « THt 


a :<7T VHA AP- 
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TODAY-S.30 A.M. 

1949 FORD 

4-Door Sodan 

Ttt Be Hi44 f JM aJOV Bharp 

. \ bpIuI 

FURNISHINGS 

TmIs • Appliances 
Bandsaw 
Small Safe 

iCombiruition 29’'xl8''alP")' 
Appro* at KIk-lieB < kaln. li 
Tub t toBlrw I Captain'*'. Waitt- 
robea. Bedroom Kumltura, 

4 KrfrigprmtorB 
HAahing Mmrhine 
t FLlefialiMi Ijlddbrv Steplad- 
det . Metal Hheetharmw. 
Harden Too la. Cairmierv* 
Toola. Ho'lNtge Can. Oil CtP* 
ruUting llraterm. lot of Book*, 
China, T^Ibaa. ptr 

Ow * lew frmn LM bjtl 


Mtf r«f 0«bi*tlnb 
•am rb»«<rt r*« 

$5750 

n* rb»>»ai h -» bimt 
rbr*M4 C* le* 


MOREY & JOHNSTONE 


BRENTWOOD 


revenue 

RAM* tMALT4X«(;K 


HAVE $3000 DOWN 
PAY $95 PER MONTH 
GET 


8 ACRES 


vifT»»Bu iTn rv 


Good Building Lots 


SHELBOURNE 
NEW 5 ROOMS 


OPPOSITE 
COLWOOO 
GOLF COURSE 


lw**««U>* l-bMtaaai ba* M 
A by aa b**i m atm M UM 
M**t( aaa u lat rba am 
<aw»r Mb* braaif ai rmw 


IM »AKMh I-OK 

BMl U 4NTt n 


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A«at (, 'Maab «•■•••• I. • lb 


WANTED 


$8950 


FRASER BISCOE 


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$6350 


! BARGAINS ! 

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FAIRFIELD REALTY 

m CM 9* 


TREED LOT 

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• aai*M -ataj 
>■. aitb bar* 
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C'abf 


CLIENTS WAITING 


TWO DANDIES 


BERRY FARMER 


4 BEDROOMS 


Two Duplex Lots 

$1500 

;** '!*■’ $3000 


S-»6 Kf>KT STRECT 


WANTED 
IN OAK BAY 


$8950 

$7500 

$9000 

$12,600 

$14,700 

$17,850 


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$7500 


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CANADA 'fKuST 

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aab htm> 

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6 BEDROOMS 

ABomm Brnn-sv papoai 

26 LINDEN 
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BUILDERS 


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$2300 


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art u*a<*»'r*b Ta«r *»aar* 


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iti- a( lha MM.-ag 

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»• tit* au. Aa aflMb*b •» I aaar 
tmi'r ta ba b*arb an (ba aMtiara 
rarrUiMb lh»i-m b*far* Ok* Olp 
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aa PBIPAT tb* »rii Aaf a( JANO- 
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• Mb fiart a m and I M a'rmb p» 
aA MkrAay la PrVMp miao** 

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lb* H.»a nt'-r* tb* rwan-auei 
Ml tmiian. Omaea, an Wa-iitfabai. 
Pabraarr H>b IH* *1 I ar>ar* <a 
Ua* aitainnan bk-t.aa bhatbar Al 
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POSSESSION NOT 
NEEDED TILL MAY 


$5500 


* BARGAIN! 

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LEVEL AND CLEARED 
GOOD ARABLE SOIL 
UNFINISHED HOUSE 
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SCHOOL NEXT DOOR 
STORE ONE BLOCK 
BUS AT DOOR 
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With todoy'* low-co*t fi- 
nor$ce plon. it t* possible 
for you to own a lofc. dc- 
perxJobie used cor . . . 
ossurinq the utmost in 
lofety, pride and pteos* 
ure. 


Tb* *aM B*'L«a w • Br-La* lb 
cr«am lb* luaii *f >b* karaaaA at 
Man** BbMb May ba raaairab •• 
aigaail •* lb* Camatauaa an* «b 
»*(*••* lb* liaut at lb* aakahaA at 
a»ami ahMb ■>•* ba barramb ■ lb* 
a«ar*t«i« hf w»* Cartarauaa trara 
Wb iMm* ta ia*t*a aab aa»-baif UH*a 
Uk* eaibMmb uM«a«« Ira* >>Ma ib 
Us* at lb* aaMMir paM ap **4 w- 
HapAimb fapHai *<aab abb '*Mraa at 
Ih* Cxparauab pia* lb* aaMbbA at 
•••b aa baab ar bapaaitab w CBa> 
t*tM Baaii at Cbaaba baiamf 
lb* Carpa'AiMb Aar b*b*n«ar* baM*t 
•t 'b* Cbrpar*uaa aba batb* a b* 


I , Arm* « bmra hHb* III Mb 
I , Ai rar $-b*bm b a»i ail iai** 
ram* *Hb } baibraasi m«H 

Ttpaia rM ba ar-aa«ab *a all 

Brentwood Properties 

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(•*.'<* Araai V a ba*»* aa Mm 
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b'HMi rRp*t*t>aa al i*t 
ranpi. »|lb f.maM.r b<i* 

bimat am* t *• — -• 

blgb •*•*•• b*VM>'> < 

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(iriM talaab Inmia. 
PV «.bl«t Mr- PhMAb 


baiara <ba U* bat at 3«tv IbH. ant 
ab« VMlUb *iBiy data an** tba ae 

r raaal ml Ubi b« t*a bp lb* -bar* 
■—rm at lb* CbrmraUm »a«i;.a* ih* 
r.-{{‘-*'ailart n arliiob imi h* abpbir 
•a ihi* k- 4,a anb sab** »m>Mbtla* 
tar IM fdrwbiiMi a( *hp larb b» 

br iar* at -K* Oarparbpnn b*M M 

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a^anwra r*b**<Mb arrarbbM tm lu 
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Latobia boad ■ Am*** it * 

•'•*• maa (Ira-M tat* aai*p 
•HBPtr l-te bhbiaia* tm iii.im 
at LB Ma «n am I babta 

$5400 

Oe*a la art*** Pl**i« man* Baaa 
W*Mf rv I >U« R*a pV«.My$ 

P B BROBR b ROBB LlMITm 
mi Ikaab Hraai, Vmarte. BC. 


TWii tmv MaMi • 4V R • 

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Epstein Left Behind 


Z4 (TolimUtf VkiwK I.C. Sal. ^mi. 17. m$ 


Chilled Water 
Replacing Ice 


►VlW I . Rraxil*! flni* 
Ivmpi «t lnio(hAfp«r« 

t*mM w«a put tQtVlhfr frOM 
inairrlAfai Mtting (n army taar*. 
h«»uMSi Ainct ih« war Kiudanta 
•I lh« tw^nh-al •I'hool »oiiia4 
»n It. bultiluig the mglnM at 
wall ai the rvM'ket houaltif . 

The rocket coat only It VXL 
WMgli* fen poumte. Is If feet 
long and la siippoaed to go 73 


*Mtul Circle^ 
In Art \J orltl 
For Dcrnde 

•> unvr^’ TAV1.0R 

LONDON -Remerai - The 


him up 73 ntUea. 


aalmen 


befoie huiwtreda of t 


mengo o 


tuni aafHy, 

Animal lovera aren't »o »uie. 
The Brazilian AnmuU Society 
aaid; 

“Man la halfway inaant amt 
now he wanu to make ani- 
mate that way.** 

Thouaanda of lelirra of pro- 
teat have pcHirM into govern 
ment offhea fmm rat lovera, 
blit the army Ignmee all thia 


Iranaparent plaatic rlmmher 
near the mtae When the iwket 
atialna ibe maaimum allltuAe. 
(he niiae chamber breaka ofL 
It (a HeHtfTMNi to return by 
panu*hu<e. 

-In hit 30 pound air tight 
chamber. Klamengo probably 
wiU fall Inio ihe eea. The army 
aava recovery abould be lalriy 

eaa> . 


Ilia '‘Oneato" ahowed what might never aae anything he tn t'anada hul wouldn't 
ya. every waa apparently a prehlatorir haa dene. 'anything elae 

^pplled to - ■ 

thte^Hornnl Khinoi Far^ Extinction 


The Royal Commiuioa oa Edueatioa 
Notice of Public Hoariugs 

ReaMeala nf Vkterki a»d adiarral areea are aaked te 
lake imCa 4if heartnga t« be heM fin Tbureday. January ft. 
begtniitiig al f JM ajw. and at I p.aa. 


MraMttr^ Enrth*» Hcai 


about other peoplea "fumoai .■m.mRAmmaw i i M. 

Uei. ' aa he caUi them. 

"I now am legaided ae a KATMANtH^ Nepal «Reu a powder and widely used aa Indian boMter, once tli# m«al 
tradiiionahei. ' Epaietn amited. Irrat — The one horned rhino an aphrndiaiac and aniKloie to fanvMie tug game hunting 
“I am the lao' of the reailata. cer«ia. royal heaei of Nepal. U pmton by Ih# Oiinrae. Bur country In the world. 

Bu* at one time, many people facing eatln. iion me«e and Slameae. I h, ,„,ehninrH rhimavroa. 

wouM have been pleaaed to aee fhMi hera have been killing In addin<m. rhlnraema blood whM h al full growth la about 
me deported. O., rhinoreroa for the aake of la highly valuOd aa a medirinr. IS feet |*»ng and aix feet high 

LP^ilBI.R N \ify:k M« aingle horn, f a m u u a w'hUe Ih# okln It uaed to make at the uhoukSwa. once roamed 

“for the leaf in yean, art Ihroughour the Caai for ila vri»eu for llimlu wnratiip. all o>ei eoutheaat A«ia. Today, 
haa hern (urnirg m mad prnperilea aa a love pnihKi. f^me ekpem heUeve that It ta found only in Nepal and 
ctrrlea. Monatroailiea are being httnga between there now aie few>er than inn in northeaaiem India. If It dio 

pioduced now m ad forma of *od fS.iaw rupee# ifljno rhinoreroa left in the fereaia apfwara there. M will become 

decorative art. Some of the •”'* It fa ground into of Nepal • Terai region, on Ihe ekim»-», 

artuta, aurpnaingty aign (heir - 

liamea quile legINy. ( Kmigrofion fW/g lichinH 

'T aaked one aculptor ‘Where - 

did you atndy?* He atared at _ _ 

me In anruuemeuL Me had ■ * I 1 MM ^3 • T ■■■ 

Italy oends More ions Here 

penetrating eyea and big * 

pnwei'ful handt. He haa a houae LONDON > An— The Lon- ing emigranta to Canada. Italy of loyalty and enthuaiaam for piwiant, 

Dnily K»pte«a eapreaee a leltc* her place 

VI • qwort narrow street near regiet that Iialy now la aete! “Canadtana know that then u(iif}ue " 

Kenomgion palafv log more emigrant* to Canada country la r»ch enough in te -■ ■ 

PRINCBMA .MARGARLT (ban BMtam. wHirre* and induatiial fiMeniial [. _ _ 7 _;_ 

epetetna laie*t auhieci U newapaper aa>a In an to ah«>in ail immigiania Rut dough lay* Italian* are the 

^ I, ediioiial Ifiey have cau«e I ‘ 

Margaret. SHte na* pomled lh*l the Brttlah immi- Canada 

offered to come to him aa often war. Britain t* di*pla«ed from grant* ate outnumbered, 
a* ha wUhea.* Lady Epafeln Ihe top Uat of countrir* send 'Tor Britain can offer tie* rreived lo I'anait* during ihe being dutnbuted to Id 


OTTAWA UT>- Abandoned inrreaae of 133.0(10 tif a total 
W’eaiem Canadian oil well* are FTSfiOO bdt. It waa learned 
. . ^ 4 . _ Tueaday, ihia haa been refuaed 

I ne)*" to help tell how much an extra ttO.OOO a year 

‘ beaf flow a (rum Ihe earth’* fn- ago. 

tenor and whether the “Appllcanta for grant* In 
quantity varlea between plairra 1RM dtrubled « . « and appilea- 
and mounlaina Horn for grants tor profecta 

Thi* heat flow “remain* one already being aupported alone 
of the moat uncertsin. yet tm- totalled more than the $30000 
liema of basic geo* available.” aaid the commiiww 
the Empire rau«e that are phy**cal de'e ** *ays ihe eighth report. 

annual report of lb# national Tha committee Kaelf. cooabm- 
adv iMsry committee on geo- Ing toodmg government, urtl- 
Immigrsllon MmUder Fair- l o gteat sib e n r e t reaearrh. veralty and Induatrtal geolog- 

.i The report, given earlier to l*l«, It designed to coordUMie, 
In he dlsep- laigest ethnic group among Mine* Mlniaier Comtou and encourage and help direct re- 

j'a 134 000 immtgraiii* m then made public, tell* haw worch. Grania have been made 

19NI. About 37 MW Itsliana IMlilOO in reseaich grania la by Ih# Geoloflcal Survey of 

uni Canada ■Inrs 1931 to Canadian 
year compared with ik.SOO Brit* verottlra. untversitiea on eonuntiue 

o*h prrwma. The committee put In for a rerommendallon. 


The Public ta Invited to attend and taka part In the haar> 
Inga. Tnpira to he diacuvaed will indtode the ba*ie aima 
nf the R.C eduiationsl •yatem, the curriculum and 
enuraee of study, loxtbooka. reporta to parenta. slandartM 
of pupil achtevorwent end diaeipline. uHltxatlon of *chool 
lacilltle*, etc., m all arhoni* under tha Jurisdlctloa of loeal 
and provincial authoriiiea, 


SKCUL VOTE REfiAKDIil ilUEFS 

While brief* will he accepted at any ttote. they should 
(f al ail poosible he tn the handa of Ihe urtdetwtgnsd al 
leaet two week* in advance of the hearing at whM they 
are to be eonaidered Five copie* are requlrod. FuUcr 
tnatnictlona may be had by applying ta 

S. N, F. Chant, Chalnnaik 
rniveratty df Brltiah Columbia. 
Vancouver S>'B.C. 


Riders Choose Walker 


The year lf»3P may be known - 

aa Refugee Yeai ' in Chun he* 

all over the world, *»“• 

The World Council nf «»»'“ piesident 

Churches with hewdquarteis tn !• elected next m«»nth 
New York re«'mitly anitmtiued tMher officer* elected for 
It will y»in •‘with other volnn 193# were fV4i Menwin. vue 
lory agetvetea and tvtth gavam- prss t dent; Sue Potter. ae«ie 
rnenl* in an •iMempt in solve lary: ^*lnvd A<Uman iirsaotai. 
the refugee * problem Ui victor Hirsl. aiieciei a| aciivi 
Europe” Jeltn llmvuin dtrettor 

Oiurvhea In the 5ft uMinirles o| working: Denni* Wiieldon, 
helonetng tn Ihe rounrtl have equiprrvent manager. Aarl^ra 
aettird more than BWiino _ _ _ 

ref tigers in the past 1ft veers g. ■ I If 

vvtorta church group* have ijindcmned .Mail 

aided In aelllinf hundred* of 

refugee*. UKiudlng those from ti' •i| k 1 

Hungao W ill ApDCal 


Traffic F 


tOl.WOOtl 

Luigt Zotaniunetiu. UB lliU- 
aide, (allowing toe cltnwty. $33. 

William B. Adama iJingfnrd. 

I^idkohing loo rt*««ely, $;tt. 

James MrMath. k44 CoM 
atream. pasaing *t€»p sign, $10. 

Earl C<«tf. 'iftft Atkin*, curw 
le«« driving. STl. 

t'lareiwe Davit, 12M Rlch- 
anlsofi. excewiting 30. $33. 

I ITt 

I Swltimon y. Wooiaey, VI 
I/vgan. rareies* diiViog, fCl 


Sell Them 
Through 
Classified ! 


for a confident father 


The ytMnir«(cr with the broom ■ owkinit a clean path for Che carlinf dtone. ht 

doeai't rmliM it yet, but hie Uther ie guiciing him through J>le on b path ae direct and m 

■mooch, life insurance ia a way to meet the future and a way $o mve. By ineiihng hii aoa nov, 
thia father ia encouraging thrift, budding an attitode of mind. 

Many people who plan their life insurance programme through The Mutual Life of Canada, 

take out polideM at low coat on the tivei of their children: policieit the rhildrea take 
over when they atari earning. It*a a good idea. An idea worth diacii iwtng with your 
Mutual Life of Canada repreaentative — aoon. 


Aell yonr old appliancm quickly and get more for them by 
placing a Claahified Ad. It coats ao IMtIe, Bl'T THE RE- 
SI LTS ARE TKRRIFICI A quick call on the phone will get 
you in touch with an experienced ad writer who will word 
your ad for quickeat and moat aatiafactor>' reaulta. 


1 MI — nirM*fy yearn of leadership in mutual life inmronce^ list 


CALL THE CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT 
WITHOUT DELAYl 


Phone EV 3-41 11 

The Daily Colonist 


Braarti Offlee: I2S.^ Rm»4 Rlreet 
r.O. Rot 12M. VMorh*. S.(\ 

RoWrt N. Moore, C.I«L'., Biwacti Mammer 




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Carden Notes 


Billn Cflloilift Vkitrk. I.C. S«t, Ju. 17, 1M« 2S 


M AMONt Ttaf n»fT Mm 

. to CDbOMXf aoAcs 

i (oTImanT 


(r«Ht 


rey for Asthma? 


•y M. V. CMBSMT. mMft 

A tUtry whtrh oppMrod in th» Co- 
tonisl tOoflly baforo Chttotmai •atcni 
|o havt attnctad a Jot of int«>rA«t 
amofif Mihma auffArtr* in thu tfts 
tnci. 

ActOftUnc to the ■tory. a farmer 
nibbkd (he 


here tn fan. If i*etn« lo be poirferUy 
at home In a very wMe ranfe of ritm- 
A(ea. for It la aa a fo4dar crop 

In Auah eAtremea aa Siberia and 
Kenya. Caai Africa. Urtder tropical 
rondltlnna. H makea a prodlfloua 
crop of Uafa|« up to UP tone per 
acre 


rich (trep aolL (herelote. and one well 
aupplled with llmr *nia plant || a 
muJe-Uke hybrt4 aotttng nn aead from 
Ita aierUe floweia, and to atari a 
plantation It (a ne^eMory tu buy either 
offaeta or ruotcuUingn, It haa the 
reputaivn of belnc dlffiruli to erat 1 io> 
ate once It feta ita roota well down. 


friend aboriil mlndedly 


«( Mra. (i. H. Jnhnbon of Cambridte. 
New Zealartd. Hr had euftered fitNn 
aathma for JO yeara, and hia firat 
ntptat of uidtroiten aleep followed. 

Thiafcinc li^k. he decided it mual 
ha\e been the leaf ahirh pave him 
hie relief, now he eala aocne every 
day. and haan't had an attack of 
asthma alnce (hat time Other auffer 
era ImpU It. with aimilar reaulta, and 
nrrw Mro Johnaon haa fitiuhle beep- 
Inf up wtlh the demand for the heal 
Inc leavM Itte aiory Hated the plant 
a« Symphytum uplondlrum popitiarly 
known aa Comfre). 


known aa a mnllctnal plant tlnct the 
daya of the anriont Creaka. At one 
time II waa known aa ’^neaet" lor 
Ita abtUly lo procnoia tha rapid 
knittint of hrokJM) bonea. and II la 
known now (bat the healtnf principle 
ia a Buheixnce rolled AUantom, 
ae«-re(ed by the roote and leavea. 
OMhodox medical HMimab written aa 
lerenily aa iPif have rerom mended 
romfrwy for the treatment of duo> 
denat ulcera. 


Im afraid t have no Informallon 
on where to buy the plant locally, 
altboiifh I don't doubt but whal thera 
•re acme (rowera heraabouia. "nie 
only MMirre J know of fo. aure la 
Seeda Ltd. Wlnrjpef a. Man. 
The price la » renu per rootrutttnf, 
pdetpald. minimum order JO curtlnf* 
ThU firm ahlpe only hetneen June 1 
•t»d J5. and between Sept | and 15, 
and the r-uttinga may be planted 
either In the late aprtnf nr In the fall. 
•pJ^Uif ihem three fe«4 apart f«rh 

\ wouldn t bae lo romment on the 
efficacy of Comfiey aa a palUaiKe 
J”' ••**’**“ With moal of the oM 
hkrbal remedies, tctentlfk- w^rkora 
have iBolatod the active principle, 
dnalysad It. and have found waya ar4 
df manufariunnf It aynrv 
licaljy. and moat madmal men wUj tail 
you that the newer eyntheiica are 
mow effective and more uniform In 
tbeir raactlnn Iharr the neturaJ herb 


In addition to lU uae aa cattle fnd 
der and (or medIcmaJ purpooea. aome 
Rrliiah gardener* are trowing Com- 
frey purely to feed the rompntt heap. 
The email home garden eeldMn prw 
ducee enough vegetable waaiea to 
aupply the garden with oempwt. but 
Comfrey makee foliage at a fantadtlc 
rate and a few planta, cut three dr 
four timee a year. wUl yield a «aJu- 
abla amount of oompoat malarial. 

Comfrey la a long tved perennU). 
the rood of wbicfi wUt plunge aa 
much aa 10 feet dorp. It noade a 


wCwitJN 0v Mf9 > 

CAW ce GRAVITY >0u v' 
cant urr ootm f cct J 
AT ThC Samc T.t-X r 


POOP M«n NgWITIN-' 
1 oobrr KNCM M(7w 

( Hfh HOubCuOK 
eX3N€.' 


TO UfT eOTH 
-I ffET - 


t have had i^uii# a few letter! 
friMM reader! ainre (hia aiory waa 
publithad atking it the plant ran 
grown hete. if it really haa the eura 
tive power! claimed and where aeedi 
tan he obtalrted. 

I know the pUni ai Quaker Com 
frey. aometlme* called Ruaalaa Com 
frev a* It ortginatad In the Caucaaua 
mounialna of Ruaala. to la Quiie hardy 


>wiu.voum.tAdc 
( urr >cu«OeAjft.' 
V 0CAQ.501CAN 
( $wetPUNO«iT? 


iewina World 


The Bell Tetephorw 
•’ =>e* III own leN 


Re>v«i 4 Tebaldi Was not aurpaaaingly 
beeuUJul. becauae It rertairU> waa 
Nft that Harry Belafomc '=^ ^ 
huoertn noc been one of mv anthuat- 
a*fns. wa» net aurpneingly rich, virile 
aiwl authorttattve. m hia JO-minute 
cofwert of wonderful folk tonga, bo- 
I aijir he waa all of that It a )uat that 
hetiher of ihoae thtnga la eaactly 
breaking new ground 

The two number* that might have 
been cetwidered fairly rfeky— Saint 
Some* *T!amhral of Antmala” with 
figdm Naah a wrttty veraea. and 
••Sowveniia.* which I gaUyer lo b« an 
^original miahmaah of metodiaa and 
donceo glorifying the 3Da-l didn't 
find very Interenilng or very aound. 
Both of them In fact, wrere more 
than a tittle eaaaperatlng. 

• « * 

The Naah lyrlca-ir you mn call 
(hem (hat were narrowed Ineapli- 
rabfv In a cocknr»y accent b> Maurice 
I’vana round whom pran^ Baird 


- «P- 
ahowa 
the mat el 
appiiia>h a wedding ceremtMi> aa a 
fii-hh traditional, thoroughly reaped 
able Inatituden (hat to not meanl te 
enieriain eaactly but lo upllfl. to eaalt. 
and. aa tt were, to pUce (he twJ of 
orthodoxy on jhg corporation 

Moot reve m ly If haa been dipping 
Ita toe In arience Certrana coamir 
ra>a the blond ettewm. and all the 
Ja;: Betl a newvm Invatlon of tele 
yiaion waa I'attod "Adventurea in 
Muak- " a perfectly vplendid Idea aiN-e 
there u almnei rio ventureoemeneoa in 


pupiwt* The prnd«i>er waa tuaf 
atrai^iig badrwanla'.lo put a picture 
ba aa ^ arr a an w.-j, 

mmement, when aour^ and woeda 
were more than adequate 

1 lay all thu with aome hmiiauoit 
alfue I don’t want to dlacourmf* Beli 
Telephone from odverturing e o » n * 
mere araund the world af muaic 
ArtoaDy far the Bela/onte bit It waa 
weN worth watching the whoU hour 
The neat Beli Telephone Hour, on 
Feb. 10, artd It aounde like a prettv 
aafe mixture of all Amertran muak 
TherelJ be Ian with fJIa FltxgeraM 
and Duke EUlngion. part of Mair 
BUtxaiein'a "RegirW* aung by Riae 
Sleverw and Ciorgm Tool the U*i 
momvement of Oorge tferahwina 
piano coTMwrto played by Grmnt 
JohanrMMen and American rmiatral 
comedy aung by RuawU Nype amt 
Martha Wright Not very adverrturoua 
either but I ahalJ warich It and Uaten 
to It with great tnierest 


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MAI^FT NO 

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^A<rTU. }/ OCMCR. 
► AH t\ BuOOT'. 

shoot? )\ DO^-J 


Mowe\ei. 1 can't he neatly aay that 
an Knur of mwMc largely devoted le 
eh«wrpi« from Madame Butterfly." 
end fnlk w*nr« to parTtruIarly adverv 
tuiiiu* Sni (hat the Puccini aung hv 


HullvHMxi Today 


By Sheilah Graham 


Down Under He ’s Marty 

- - •/ 


».rwle Bacfala# wimm 1 , 9 m Australia that he wUI W 
haunted by the title Marry- for th# roar of hia life 
Uneres'or he gnea Iiown I'adet. everyone greet! him with 
III Martv.* kven Pe«i*w MinMer MeoMaa with whom 
Krnie lunrhed r^'Jed him "Marlv ' all through the meal 


another mad picture with Bli^ rreaby?** and ' How to 

Bor w itoy I imiiif** 

e e e 

Thing! have quieted dowr. on the Solnmnn ami 
Sheba- aet in .Madrid and itan r*kw l.eltobeiglda aM VmI 
Bryaoee have declared a trura Every bit of film had in 
he reehnt on the pirtuie berauae of the tremefiAviis 
feremee between the late Ty Power and Br>nner Another 
mlltlon dollar! added to the hudgef' 
a e * 

Oeorgo Raadeea. matatring in waa naked 

• hat he waa giving hi« bnde aa a wedding gift • My 
prment lo BenNa will be a pencil, here to me wiU be an 
eraaer Wth thto phtioanphv we expect our marrlaae lo 
laat.- he aaid. 


~'iMf hi* trip la Italy The nai;-.e« | 
to know h^ tSe preaMleiit perry 
iw^ qt>'vUofw everyone naked Boh 
here. "When are you gemg to make 


Winning Contract 


/ IT* vr*ua 
STOMACH' 
rgft \*roP vtucrui 
ON* \ voudULe* 

JfvrrlTaaT TMiae 
TO / P«LL* AUO 
wtrM \ «ie le rr 
nnmf} 


WHY, AdCHia.M* .you 
MWOW YOuet MV 


and government 
throughout the world 
The Ideal bid on Weat'a hand 
la a nonfoirlng rtaponae of 
two no-trump. But nowadaya. 
auch methoda are paaae. and 
W e«i must mpond In hto 
anaemk apode suit: then ralae 
hia partner'a heart*. Perhapa 
Fast might (hen lake a ahm at 
no trump At any rate nine 
m»* * are laydnwn at n«-trump 
hut ten r**iuire a hit nf hunting 
at a runtract of tour hearia 
Aetually. It a hard to kvae par 
no matter which reaa:;;iahie 
line of play de< larer elei u 
an long aa he dnevn’t lead 
irumpa. lie >an plav in ruff 
hl« fnurih *.Hh In dummy 
Wyalng only (••» Huha and one 
diamond nr he can follow a 
tnnte v^ectarular line which la 
alae aofeat Winning the «iub 
a<e he raahe* dummy a apade 
aoe and rutla a apade. reluma 
to dummy with a trump, and 
rwffa another apade high Eaat 
haa one more low inmip to get 
bock to dummy, and one more 
high one lo ruff dummy'! laat 
apade The ace-kIng of dia 
monda bring hto total to nine 
trirfca and the high frump re 
malna in dummy to produce a 
lenth. 

*Waa«s« M T*a aaae>WM« waotmaaN 


office* 


Kric labnoioo'* dinner party for Ai 
waa kef< huah huah until the kora d oeuvi 
Then the prea* wa* informed 


Thf Daily Cross-Word Puzzle 


irn' F' 

BAMB B 

? J 10 D 

Bbjg B 

BAbS B 

AniTR 
B k bal 
Cga 
<' 10 4 3 
Bq J MO 

TWUUiar 

Hotvo Am* iMtb 

PmO I B pMO 

P«M t 9 pM« 

Paoe 4 9 AUPa 


m KiAv. I 

f tnacAuT 
leaf Ahvzzh’ 
L uarx Tite ' 

fS_ 


Moot nmvapaper eolumn 
hand! give South the fun of 
being declarer, but par conieata 
dietiilHiia the pieaaure around 
the labto and indov'a deal tt 
from the Par rontaai which 
waa the baaia of the (JJI. De- 
partment of Slatt'a aarowd 
annual worldwide bridge tour- 
nament. It waa played laat 
month In rmb*aale«. lagatihna 


HCTA---:----:-C-,' 

o^Hfa oe.NC!*M 

X fTnceoMAM'' 
MruuTedAOp.- < 


Dupliratr Bridge 
Winners Named 

Winner! of the Allmaatera' 
Dupilcate Bridge Ouh open 
poire oempetiilon 

1. Tony Marvh and Mtchael 
Parka; X Ethel Oeumrlli and 
Dorothy McTonncll; g Ann 
Kneutyn and Douglaa Torfc; 
4. Afhert Jorgenaen and Frank 
Artlett; E Joe Lukaa and Diek 
Upoey. 


1 KA>t teusTKr 
VOakJCdlOMaPKr 

nrrwpb or tut 

a«*sjerMg*rT& 
whuE-x am tmre t 
^ CAN atoffcv eoMC 

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Auditorium Bmtked Solitl 

Before Buildiiifi^x Up! 

VAN(XM>'EK <CT> — Vaaconver'* asw 
rMt aadlkriimi. «Mkr raastwIkM, hma Im 
bookfd mM far Ha tint iix ommIIm mt Maratlaa^ 
July t lo ihr> end of tlir yror. 

Flrmt Allow will br VuH>oiivrf’« Aocoad latonMi* 
tioaoJ Fn 4 ivoL 


xiHion 


Nfe.’W YOKK <API Man 
Annay Waa>iKuw. 3A hi a civ- 
ilian i-l^thAi^iMigiaphar al (Iw 
.SC. Atbaiw Naval lloapiUI in 
Queens. Last July 31 arourwi 
4Jn pm IImt olflcr'B offltSaJ 
doalni; lima the lelephom' 
raiii; .She ans«eietl IL 


**You are hereby offk-tally 
wariMvl for fallur* lo carry out 
mstrucilona on July 31. 19SM 
A repetiuon of this offence 
wiihin one >eor ma> teauK In 
applIralMtna of bighrr penal 
lies " • 

MIm Wavylkuw waa burned 


FRKKTUWN. Skerra Leone and l.uun Eun>peant. !• iha 
«Reoter»> Invading bonds of monopoly of the .Sierra 

.od Mnufikt. I™' 

^ the mlndpal victim of dia- 

are ihreaiertlng the future of ra^-keteerlng 

ihia diamond rich Britlah Weot YYie main lure of diamond 
African cohmy. mining in Sierra t.eona la the 

^ « .u ... c«»v availability of the gems. 

The government of the ». . .upturn 


Chisholm 

Blames 


wk-hed betkeen newly liwle^ 

{lendanl Guinea and Liberia, 
charged In a slatement Thura 
da> that ' big men" wer e be 
hind the bnoming diamond 
racket 

The aialemeni «aid police 
hav« aireaied 2.300 mlnera 
and smuggleca siitce Novem- 
ber .and have rlaalied fie<}ueni 

ly with gangs of between SO VATU'AN t:iTY lAPt 

a*! "HT 

•lingshnts and rutls>«es. 

rw longer Pnpe John XXIII. 
rHamnttd digging in tire l, .. . _ . 

l-hl.h.lm -hlch h« . 

man rela <•» •»«*♦' AIrleana ^ >a«can source tell* this 

^ ^,7 afory about the new poolllf:. 

Mi-tf-v wvAi« Several days ago. he rereiv«l 

i« arrived » ~ Italian prelates, lnclu«Ung 

get he re Sea elephaniA lai^^st type BUhrrp Arrigo Pintonelln. chief 
r because of sraU. may grow JO feet lontf rhoplatn of the Italian Amiy, 
mean the and weigh mere than 5.000 who weais tha Insignia of a 
pounds 


answered the telephone while Samuel Reanleuff. «who fUed 
■off duly." Miss Wasylkow • 
s«Kl she didni rememher 

whether It was a minute be- Thursday an older came 
fore 4Jil or a minute or two ihmugh lo "espunge" the 
after. Came (he ofHclal rep reprimand from Mias Waayl 
ilmand: kow's reit>rd. 


arenls 


jOapand on Hay 
I «vard *8 tor a enm 
I pleto aervloa wlihlr 
I iho maana of overy 
I (a^y. 

I AFcctelWac bi 
! blr tWpneaU 
arwtttd ik% 

wnM 


Pope Snaps Back 
To Army Rank 


THE BX. CIVIL SERVICE 

CM| litre* 

C«^rdliiat«r tf Ttachtr RKnillmtnt 


l*t»pe John walked amuug 
the bisltopa. letting each on* 
klsa his ring When lie came 
Id (ttaltup (hnionello, the Pupe 
snap|ied lo aMrnllon With a 
smile, Ire saluled ai>d said 
**9ir. .Sgt Runcatli al your 
command." 

As Rev. Angela (liuaeppe 
Rnmalll, the Pnpe was a 
set team in the Italian Aimy 
Medk-al Corps In Ihe Kit si 


HAYWARD’S CHAPEL 


754 BilOl flIfTON — EV 5-M14 
Bruoa M. Leyden. Managor: Hayward Family, DIroctoro 
Mrs. P W BeU. Dlroctor 

iBcrpRNpd Sapprvisrd Pmrking 


s*wr* is.iss nan ssi ssiums u* um w s«»*i*e si*** r«r um 
i*tnMUsa *t w*>s»ii SM «s-*rtiMia«* u*.s*« •*•«•«*•* Pmiuksu*** 
i«s*b«s *t* • ac er*r*M«M*i s*«*iw*a T**4ais4 c*«*in<*(t 

•e-«p4*M* nMt gf*4«*w »*Mu*t • .aWstStWIM** SNSVWa«* •( 
S*«»I*.4*MU* w ■»!♦.*** *f i**»SiM. • fe««ia irmrTiUrtlij 

•r sli n sw.t* a *a<*<*<i.>*, k«Mta*«*M* wfieMraJ IM.SW* tsTWs** 


NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING 
STIMULATES BUYING 


general. 


M’orW War. 


SAVE Every Day 

at the 

^ Bay’s Old Fashioned 
fw JANUARY 


More NiMsrs: 

Miwdsy Ilirwugk HalorBsi 
• a.m. la VJg pm. 


<lpe« Friday 
f a.Mi. in t b .1 


Last Day Saturday for the BAY’S Mid-Month Clearance 


&• MMt U Mc ikn 4-^t« wiyyl f tBl fltttrtrtd m ksl WtdMBday't Thm« mad 
Colonul . . . Maay iteaia art avaiUbUt bal karry far beat ckaict! 

SALE Long-Sleeve Pullovers 
and Cardigans in sizes and 
colors for every man! 

-V PuU*V*ri WAn*Ktul)y warm. May tn Sn.cl*l 

.X \ launder ortofi puUovera (anme larnhowmnl 

n \ irtetudrdi Mylod with Vnoefc. fuU-tash- 

' t V ktned aleoves, ribbed walaiband and eufta. A QO 

'm . \ Medium and large rollectlvoly. jP/ 

1 ’ I \ CardifaBt 


Three button aiyW hi A 

ockm and wool iwrdlgana that are warm 
as well aa durable Broken aUea and oacb 

colors, medium, large; c olo re of brown, 
red. Mark 

HI DMO.S'h BAY rOMPAFTY. mea^a fbraMdMW Mala 


SAVE Saturday 

at the BAY’S Annual January 


First-Qualitj Men's Shoes 
. . . Faraous-Nuae Brands 


f'otnd down #arl>' and purcfiMo • 

pair o 4 Iheae handaonw ahon at ml 

Mvlnsa . . . Finished with Goodyewr 

wnH conatrurtion, anartly gtyM and / 

comfonabW all day throufh. Brown I 

or black blucheri or mornuina. or 1 A 

cordovan calf plain tore. Broken Mm 

range. Regular prtert ww 15.95 lo 

19 . 95 . Shop early for beat aelection. ^ 

HI imOMI BAY (tiNPAMT. meirs 


Find quality materlaki. favorite ml- 
ors. top-notch MyHng and metIcukHM 
rraflgmanahtp add tip to alackii that 
nt well, are ahuiya comforiable and 
wear itilh eaae aeaion through aeason 
. . . Come down early, chooae your 
4tvle and color . . . really «ave at 
the BAY'S Annual Slack Sale! 


CUtsic and Novelty 
Style SIdrti . . . 


Fabrici 


AU won! wnrsied fUnrwl 
for neat appearance shape letentlon 
and warmth' 


Idlivrui^* Farhptrnf^U.k- 

•kpeii|> tailored and fulh cut fnr maai- 
mum comfort and smartness of ap|Mr 
•nee. 


Beautiful akiita— aampiea and over- 
nits tn styles yoti'U love lo wear, 
fatnrile fabrics, ravnn, flannel and 
worstofi . . . Oinnae from *llm 
sheaths ot semi-full models with soft 
unprewd pleats . . . make sure you 
get a couple at this low* price! Bixiken 
colors and sbea 10 to IB. Reg. 8.95 
lo 10 95, 

HI UMIFTW may < OMPAM' 


Ptaated firml. Uppm rina 


CharMMi grey, madlum 
grev. Okfoed grey. hhie gTey. bmwn 
and light brown 

Ob Sale Friday Nigbt *til 9 
Skap, Save All Day Saturday 

Ml irsONW aAV f'OMPAVY. 

awn's rhdMag, mala 


Ing four pockets 


New Spring Arrivals in Teeners’ 
Debuteen Shoes . . * by Savage 


UchiwelRht. flexible and comfy, 
these attractive little flats com# In 
fresh new colopi of greige musts i-d, 
tangcHne and black robork. They J 

fenhire popular ripple crepe soles Jf 

and |teii, new Kklmmer tie styling. 

OiiMMe a pair for Spring NOW. Sizes 
5 lo*9'v. AA-B rolleetively. ^ 

HI ItHONK BAY' f OMPA.SV. w m wea'a akiws. fasMna fhaor, lad 


SAVE Saturday 


Saiaotb Ob Paiat Easily 
Vilb a Rallar-Kaiar! 


Varriar Gloss Eaaaial 
S Cbtory Colors 


Warrior Seaii-Closs 

Eaaiatl. Wide Covtragt 




Qubit do. Mcy to apply, 
pamt treslwu* steps nr^Poor, 
tenturas a hard, flossi (In 
ish that wnni e«egv litlp or 
■rufl. Use Inside now . . . 
brighten up outside wood- 
wmk iTi the Aprtng weother 


Tough, high gloea enamel 
ihsi't easy to sppl>- qukii 
H» dry, snd bring* frc«h 
he*uty In wait* smt wood 
woc^ In • oyr h*nne. f*reen, 
Mur. Ivory, white, yeUow 
■nd pink. 


U'sitKir Sleml Glooi providr* 

• durable finish, ran he sp 
piled wlih brush or toller 

• nd he* 0 enverage ste« of 
s|>prnAtmsiclv am «| ft per 
fallow, firwen. Miie, white, 
h'bry, yellow, pink. 


m used Itidoors or out Km s speriflr p u rpoos. that 
ly type of swrtsre' . . . "yoo'll be sbU to tea* h" 

r Ltllk PUceS With OOS thS OthOT 

ITT! ^ ’ Vke 

I troy, lambswool roller v«es. FlrM qualify b-ts(le« 
r brush. leave no lap marks 

HI nHONH BAY’ rOMrANY. polaS Mssp, lower mala 











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' ~ 1 M > 


Country 


TORONTO - A Uni- 
vorstty •! Toronto phltoopohy 
^Ifooor Mortlod • Homo and 
Srhooi ponot dtarvulon Thun- 
day nlfht whtn ht announced 


mganlnitono In which thrr# 
HouM br 13 natlona and pmpla 
would belong to one oceordlng 
to the month In which they 
were bom 

*1'm a fool.** Mid Profeaaor 


*‘end I hope to gather around 
me a few ethat teola.** , 

He calU hla theory tem* 
poraliafn 

He Mid there would be one 
notion for eoch monlh of the 


pemding »o their month ol 
birth, there would be no bur* 
Her* of color, retlg Ion. politico 
und laaguafc. * 

**We peed eomething Uke ittU 
ee o counter lo ** he 


lemporallam may one day 
"throw even the United Staiea 
•ut the window ** 

'*1 have roeigned from my 
poet ei the univeralty. effec 


Under hie theory **bU de 
daiun* would have • to be 
foi the betterment of tlw 
world OB a whole aince the 
oaUon would not be aeparated 


mairled and hM four ahll- 
dren He la a graduate of the 
Univeralty of Weaiem Ontario 
ar>d ol tho Univerolty of TV 
ronio. 


at lnii> College, 


belong to the nation eo r raa 


P ro lea Mf Morawetz a a I d 


Profeaaor Morawetz. 4t, ta 


third and fourth yean. 


TMephan^^EVSAUl 

UJO pjB. to t im. 
miorial EV M3W ar EV 3-S3HO 

ciKwiatioA • • • , cv urm 

Sparta •••••«£%’ STOOD 


hland forecant. 
Cloudy^ rain 
u?ind$ tight 


Vanrouwr hLut^ti Lft^iing Nett$paper Sinct 18S8 


^o. 30 — lOlai YEAR 


YKTORIA, BRITISH COLLMBIA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1959 


26 PAGES 


Finance Minister 
Proved Correct 


Civil Service 
Streamlining 
Shakeup Urged 


OTTAWA (CP) — The government was con- 
fidentially advised last April that the 1958 re- 
cession might persist "for months lo come" 
and could probably spill over into 1969. 

However, the odvKe by 


Voat pocket atomic power plant, at 
richf. tuma tiny pro^lior and Hchta 
miniature bulb on utand at centre 
dtirint demonstration by U.S. Atomle 


E>neri>' ('ommtssion At left la 
similar unit without (viver Fountain 
pen gives idea of aiee. — (AP 
Pholofax.) 


OTTAWA (CPI — A major overhaul and stream- 
lining of federal civil aenTce adminiairalion-^inrkiding 
a form of collecti\*e bargslning-^was recommended 
Friday by the Qvil Service ComnUssion. 

A report ba«ed on an IS 

month atudy by the three Leglalation to implemeoi lu 

I. M I. ih. om M( 1^0 
tn IM CMl SmvIm An Mnr> 

II. mm*M I> nil. «M UlMd «' 

h.lt..CMn,..oMk»MMIU. *****'** * *'**’' 

tMer Otefeabaher . iM*oda of gove r nment bueltWM 


Produced for $200 


Five-Pound A-Generator 
Works on Nuclear Waste 


S2.MH,(m t oil, ul? 


Crash 
Takes 
52 Lives 


S Giving t h e «TimmiBaloa 
authoniy over the emptnyment 
ot worker* in Mune t'rowa 
agenrtea which now have vary- 
ing degree* of Irtdepe n dence. 


more hurt, he mid. uthI he bor ahouM ha legitla- 

rowed a truck to haul n away. •‘^^•'»ng that government 
He refuted to My where he romparabla 

ttnred II, but he mhI he tried “ ^ privaia 

to keep the new* aeCrei a year tlmllar riaaaaa ol 

becaune he believed after that 

iifM none could queatton hla * a a 

n^t to It ^ TTieia anoukl bt mom 

Sieger, having brtefed him li^*lblllf) in* tranafemng em- 
•elf on ihe gold law*. Mid an between deparlmema. 


John A. Met'one. chairman 
,of the Atr>mk- Energy t'ommi*- 
A alon. demnn*trated It for Pre«i 

V deni Elaenhowet 

Duhhed SNAPS III. the new 
generaior'a u»* w«* 

pecied to be a* a power aourca 
fni iwnadi'aaling from apace. 
I « ‘aI I The AEt' expert* mid that dur- 

nioaal WllhilrSlan mg a JBDday period the device 

I « » . *>...! produce power equal to 

^ »> tim» II, »«thl in c«v.n 

Wllaon from frigate tkmal balterlea. 

Had it been aboard the Alla* 
**laiklng xatellite ' launched by 
Ihe United Slalet teal month, 
the rocket I radio could have 
been powered tor nearly a year 
inatcad of tS day a. the 
arientlata mM 

**l>evelnpfnanl oi SNAP 111 
la regarded a* a highly «lgniP 
rant achievement.** the White 
Houaa ■latem^l mid ’Tn ad- 
dition lo lie HgiM weight and lit 
relatively long operating cape 
Mllty which particularly ault 
It to apace appllcaiiona. It haa 
pnaalhle peaceful appttcatlona 
wherever •mall nource* af elec- 
tricity are needed.'* 

The generator, huill by the 
Martin Ca of Balltmora and 
Mlnr>e*ets Mining 4 Manufar- 
turing To of Minneapi>lla. 
weigh* ahniii a* much a* an 
electric Uiaater The rfwidel 
diaplaved In the White Htniae 
waa about Inchea arrew* 
and ifH-hea high, whh a 
d«»me«haped metal houaing. 

The model coat glSJXK) to 
prodttoa, but AGC axperta Mid 
It might be produced In quan 
tity M cheap m $300. Waa fuel 
coata. *nte expeiia alao mM 
the weight might be reduced 
in later modala 
It haa no av>vtng pane and 
theofwtlraltv will keep gnlnt 
indefirUiely. but loaaa about 
half of iu power every J40 
Saya. 

*The AIQT arientlata mM the 
Ruaatana are reponed lo have 
e atmllar low pnuwrad device, 
hut de v eloping only about one 
wait af powur. 


Alrohol in B/ihm/ 
SnreH Him in Cold 
(Nanwa in Nmvt. Page 111 


They #C«f Ijenvea 
To Ease Aaikma 
((TieatfHit, Page 25 1 


The plaue «aah quWkly 
and only parSa ad the wvork- 


,4rfwy of Smugglers 
Inrode Cem iMtl 
(Page 26) 


7 linlMay* for Ihe ISO Dot) 
rtvll aervania would ha ctit 
fmm ID to nliw a vear 


Maiden Speech 
Stirs Commons 


k Hour* of work ahould bo 
haaed on Ihe general prartico 
In bustneaa and Induatn for 
comparable work. Mrwt gov- 
emme n t worfcera now have a 
.Trt«-hour week. 


U.S. Contracts 
Let in Canada 


The long demamled and 
much nee d ad university and 
auditorium Urn Gfeaier Vlr- 
Inrta hoih appeared la come 
a Wt rinaer al the wind- 
up dinner Wat night of the 
Graaler Vtrtorta Centennial 
('ommitiae 

"Vtoioria will have a uni- 
verafty.** Premier W. A. C. 
Bennett fold the eWae to M 
aparial guaala at l4a award- 
giving caramany In the 
Cmpreaa Hotel'* Cnetal Ratt- 
roam. Ha did aot eUboraie. 


Aaauranea of aome ronneta 
action toward a Greater Vic- 
tor aiNStorlum waa given 
by Eaqulmalt** Coun. G K. 
.Sammon. vWechatrman of the 
centennial committee 
"The centennial committee 
ha* anme money left over.** 
he mM. "and ihit money wilt 
he used to aet up a Greater 
Vkiorla auditorium fund. 

^ "Although It la a tmaO 
amount compared to what Ihe 
intal mat will ka. II wUl ha 
a atATt,** ha aatd. 











Around the Island 


Two-Year (lampi^ Means 
Revival of Regiment's Home 


For! Rodd Hill brtn aivepted tx a national 
historical aiti» by thr Hiftorii'al Sites and Monument! 
Board of Canada, provincial Reerratiofi Minister Earl# 
Westwood said last night. 

Mr WMiwuod Hid IM h.d *»»♦ 

lM«n intorm^ by Nontv^ ^ approved h • Watorlral 
Affairs and Natural Rrvouicr^ i j r*i»i a^hrM Kent 

Mlnlater AJvtn HamlMon that 

•h» *o>~, w,M 'X' w.'i'.s jijsjt: 

yauma the roaponatyi y for » raatoia- 

doveloptni It at a Waloihal 

^liart hat been no Indlratton The roH ftoiM Hill Commit- 
of when It wlU be drveioped. l^ded by Col Kent, 

but when It ta. It wUl he the 

ftrai hmtorlral parti In BrlMah P«*#^y ^ derUied 

ColumbU developed tolely by ««n»lut by (be soverntnem 
the federal fovemmeni and the .-.mimmee trted to fH 

The Kart Unflry hwiortral tba foH leetorad at a cenlen- 
peril Wit Hnenced |«ontly by pniject 

provincial and federal “That fell by tbe board." I >0. 

ment* at a reniettiitai projeri Kent hM **but we kept an 
The hlainrh fort whu h ir>tn! ' 


CHKMAINUS High arhool 


DUNCAN Introducing the 
boya will be given a rhaiuv to provtMonaJ budget for >lorth 
team the tuU technique of fire I'owirhan Major Orverat C 
fighting A P Muriann reeve of the 

A Ib-weefc courte la being munidpaltly. fnrecaat a «Ught 
given by the Chemaii 
teer Kite Department, with tn 


nlun drop in the lav rare Increased 
revenue fot the municipality, 
auuctlon Sunday momingt and thangea m (he taa raiee 
frtvm to to 12 , tn CTiemainua tor tome Inral enprovemeni 
fire hall diatrlrta 

The rourae will rover full Reeve Murtaon loM council 
Inaiructum on the general uae Thuraday that he believed It 
of fire hoae. ladder*, fire ev will be finind p<ieaibW u> make 
Imguiahrrm. flte pump* on the « amaJI redtM*rw>n in the taa 
firetrviclii how to ute rate 

hvdranta fire hooe. bar* and Reeve Muriaon aald he would 
ate* In caae of houae fliea re,omrnend "a A%per-rent rut 
and alan gaa and amoke maafca. m the tak rate of Crofton 
Fourteen have olieady Waier Works, from .75 mUla 

Mgnod up for the coorve. but to Jg. a 90 per »onl rwt In the 

firemen wtmld welcome double rate for Maple Bay fire 
Bu m ba t prateenon dwtrvn traaw a.* 

The) aia alau hoping la ob- (« 3 ^itu. and for the 

lain permiaakin Inr I he |;„j| protection dle- 

atudrma labing then elatoea, ^ 93 lo 2 mUla. 

to alt m on a fireman a courae , nommal downward ad 

in Chematnua given by iwn ju,trr»ent of 1% mitla in the, 
InarruMor* af the traveOlng chamainut aewer eatenainn' 
unit (rnm the flie marahaira 93 mllU to 2» 

office to give the bnyt the 

benefit of the latest inetruc rvconwnenrted an m 

tton and npa on fire fighting. one-half mill ir. the 

Scouia wishing to nbiain Crofton fire pro 

their firemens ha«tge will |^,.|jrtn aiea 


(.anctward wall of old Ford Rodd Hill, inspected by 
RuKneli Potter, 315 Pbi|d(rtl. will one day become a 
touriat merca when the fort, at the west aidt of 


Fsqutmail Harbor entrance. 1a developed aa an 
hist one park. 


Brief for Ediieation Proln‘ 


Mother, Son 
Risk Lives— 
But Pets Die 


Ql ALiCUM RKACH Re 
. cent >,eavry rain* i-aused lieav) 

, damage when five Ceet of wsier 

. . flooded the basement of the 
^ home occupied by Mr and 
Mr* W' Swiiley Log* ersah- 
ing agamel the aeawall. and 
the sound of rushing water 
” * awakened Mr* Swttley. .She 
J* found that tbe flow of water 
needs ****’ flooded cteek neaiby 

' h. had nverisked the sump pump. 
^ and ihe motor had huragd out. 
with resultant flooding of tho 
ba«einmi 

Two Oomage was caused to cloth 
ing fhora and fumiiure stored 
P ^ In the tiaaemenl. before the 
illage haaiuy aummoned Quallcum 
^wre. Construction Company crew 
.Sand •,) g^x tn# water 

vrmer pumped out. 


A Sidney at*hool teaiiier and her 17->ear-o)d «on 
risked their lives in I heir bunting home yesterday after- 
noon In a vain attempt to save two pci dugs whk'h had 

tieen kx*kcd inside. 

H>tih dugs were found »»f 
fiNstrl from 'imae smoke 
w*-- it filled the hou>e Kiremew 
attempted lo revive ||io degs 
fur 4*> minutes before they 
gave up 

Mr* Joan Kagle* 2479 All 
Bav Road and her son Ted 
plunged unprnie«'ted into ihe 
hu> ' alongside firemen who 
were wearing masks in proiecC 
them from the smoke. 

The bod) of Tiny Tim. a sla 
year old Chlrhoahtia. wa* 
found >n the Utchen Bohbv a 
nut# vesr old Labrador, had 
pu«h«st ofieii a pAn'r* dour lit 
an alierri|ti lu av«utJ tlie smoke 
belure he mlUh«ed 

sMAsHKfl WINinm 
Ted Eagles *uffere«l a mtnur 
i-ui to a leg when he kirked 
out a wmdi»w to get fresh air 
poosl k t# we might yet nimaelf and hi* mother 

gel aa aadliartmn.- be mM. ^ , wonderful 

“But Nm eth e r* wlH have k* (umpaniun and a flrve hunlrr.- 
parbrlpatf ** he «ald wtih tear* in hlr eyea, 

. anme hour* after the fire 

The blare started In a rhe* 
leffleltl In a front mom and 
then the floor twmealh H 
'Slight fire Tlte flame* weak 
ened Ihe flour ao (hat the burn- 
ing remaK'^ of the «-he«lerftrhl 
dropped ihruugh lo Ihe twi*e 
ment. 

Mr*. Kaglea was learhing at 
North 5 ^smm h High Srhoul 
when the fire was reported 
about 1 15 >m Her two 
rhiHren Ted and l3yearoid 


Longer teaching hours and stricter disci- 
pline in high schools will te recommended lo 
the Chant royal commission on education when 
It sits here Thursday. And level of leaching 
In B.C. will be criticized. 

The Ciealer Vtctorta Inter w 

municlpai cnmmlttee yeater nitlon of lawful auihorlt) If he 
day approved a brief which « nM taught at a child to obev 
atka that the standard five- tlw authorli) of hit teacher 
hour leaching day he eiieivded the brief aaka 
by half an hour a day In The brief aug"e«tt that the 
)unlor high tchooU and one level oL teaching basic auh|ect* 
hour a day in aenior high it not at high in Rmuh Ooium 
arbuola Sia aa in other pat it of the 

The brief calls frw ttricier t-'ommonweallh 
.itaripline In wtioolt and ‘An interesting expeiimeni 
blames la«k of sihool dla^! lu prove whether lo rod Ibis 
pline and 'the present tvrtem, sutemeni I* .-xrrvt wnsiM he 


Careless 

Driving 

Queried 


Aluminum 
Auditorium 
To Be Studied 


MR.S SALLY FAITH 


Pw**MHIHy af balMng an 
aluminum awdltiirtu m la be 
mg Mudled by city balldlM 
m«pee 1 or RuderbA f to«^. 
( twmber Nf C MiMwefre direr 
me* were loM yeMerdav 
Mayor Perrv Hraerak *aW 
Mr. 4 lock Is working u«4 
esmts for Mirk a ha U dmg. 


t’AMPBKlJ. RIVKR The 
l<ih9 ivsskeiholl Beaten, wilt 
«tarl nft with a bang today 
wtmi five game- are plaved 
at Ihe ('ampbeii River High 
'whoot sudllorttim 

Gome* will be plaved from 
a pm to 10 pm. with Ihe 
main match coming at 9 pm. 
when the CamphoH Rivor Im 
pertala meet the Cumberland 
Joltert. 

Other game* wUI be berween 
leama of Cmirienay High 
School and t'amphell River 
High School juidor glrta. 
aenior girls, ymlor boya ind 
aenhH- boys 


Passing 


.Mr*. Holly kattk pouring a « up 
of coffee «She runs the col 
fee ahop at Oak Bay Boathouae 
whirb WH bought by her hus- 
band. rbU, last May. The 
couple has one son. Bob. IS 
The Failha came here from 
Fort .St. James, where Mi 
Faith was tn the lumber bust 
neaa, Mrs. Faith a hobble * are 
reading and sewing 1 4ea»- 

ate Nook kkoktng cool hut ef 
ftcieni In her uniform 
Htewart Hagar explaining a 
mistalt# In an elecirontc* clr 
cull diagram Buk deara- 
keW rhatting about books 
about people with airfc. sick 
minds . . IV. M. M. •^ar" 
KdtakMMi having lunch In the 
liarmonv Room at Roval Ju 
btlee Hospital . Dn ss a* Byaa 
vIMtlng her father In .Si Jo 
seph’s Hnapllal. 


NANAI.MO-* Armdd Hanna 
Nanaimo county court ledge, 
was declared presldrel of Na 
naimn Rotary (*lub "Pioneers ' 
pe*ierday Roiao ploneera are 
Mhos# me m ber* whn have been 
ariive as Roiarlana for JD 
year* er more 


Saanich 
Tour 
Jan. 21 


PiipiU over IS year* of age. 
who have the aMMlv but do 
not apptv themselves shmiM 
he expelled the bilef atale*. 
"Thia would not only redore 
the coat of adtH-atlon. but 
would Improve diMifiitoe ai- 
tltihle a»»d sptiM of lht*s# 1 # 
mainme * 

Othef puinia. 

Fieurh *h(Hild be a requliwl 
tublM-t tpicad over ai least 
five year*, ataitlng In ele 
mentsry whmM 

Abk iiudenta gR«>uM be 
allowed to pmreed at the 
pare they can meet 

The pkyakwl education pia 
gram slM^ld he levkwed to 
provide mme exercise and 
fewer games 

A more mmpetMIve feeling 
ahouM he tnlrodwced by print 
Ing a new report card which 
dearly Indlcaie* lo parents 


aiF.MAlMr.S Gilley 
roihera of Vanroilver are 
m-y dredging out the ranal 
and •hannel between THetta 
A and Knper Island where tide* 
and shifting sand have gradu- 
filled the channel since 
the bridge between Ihe two 
Island* w*« removed in 1947 


t'AMPBKLL RIVKR 
rampbHI River man was aeri 
♦vsly inlured when Iho lar he alii 
wa* driving went «miI u| mit 
Irvl early re s ier d av m>>mitig 

and amaohed inio a Iriephnne lo permit |i* it*e hy fishermen 
pole and yarhiamen 

Knie«t Svlwwter 21. of For the past year or mote 
< ampbeil River ami lorroerly It could he used only on ex iiav lour of ihe munlctpollty 
af Dumao was rtrtvldg north treme high ikle*. and residentx ih» nutfuk lu dM-id# a m<f«iait> 
when he loai iviniroi of hi* I9M i»f Uallano and the adiareni 1 . * »k^ 

Ford at Willow Pokil Islands had to travel Ihe long 

WItnesae* report *l*e car way ar**und Tent Island by Reeve <ie»«»ge thaticrion. 
skidded into a _:uih lane, way of North Reef to reach wh» «s chairman of Ihe rdtht 

knocked down two mall bi>xes. ('hemsinu* mlite# mM last night the 

and their suppi>rts. then skid a a a 

*.« th, n*1 .«1 in.n . yi AUrUM HKA. II An In In.^" ' • l‘« 

lelepluHie pole „n*e siudy of Ru«aian liters «Mgge*ied works preiwred 

The miured man was taken lure and the working of the b>' Neville tJfe, munttlpal 
fo Camphell River llospllal r«„u„ ^md la needed If engineer 

where hla cimditpvn la lepnried Communism la lo he undet — in ^ 

""I"* .inori n. M Omni. Zorkin ^ l-'-l-'l'"' » I- ■' 

from a fraf-tured rwllar h»me , Rotary Cluh meeiing ^'t-ied out Jan hut a sec 

fractured pelvis. Internal In nnd day mighi be necessary m 

jurtea and abrasion* tc hta pf Zorkin fmmer officer of maperl all the sties. Reeve 

Ihe Yugoslavian army, and ^.a 

The car was a total nne time memhei of Ihe 

A passenger In the car Reg Inielligenm Vrvlce 

Kaion. of ramphell River, atif ,^»w living In Nanaimo, utok a* HP IkM 

lered only mlrmr in|urie* artd -vommunism To- I \AJfk ¥1^11 

did not require ireatmeni dav" M vT U IfMCyll 


A Hackers 
Cowed 
By Victim 


Week of Prayer will be marked CAMPBEU. RIVLR An 
by an later denominational Night lupper will 

aervkw In Flrat United Cbuirh ^ Canadian Legion 

here Jah 21 The aervkw will tonight 

begin M 720 pm Cannon T D 

Rev Donald Miller of FIrwi Proctor will glva Ihe Selkirk 
Baptlet Church srtll speak on Andrew Walker will ad 

•Everyday Faith. - Four local dre** the haggle ftpe major 
mlniatera will take par! In the D MacDougatl will pipe in the 
program wirh fnayera for ih# noble pudding and Alex Me 
new year for Cbfiatun uulty, Null will toast Ihe Tmmortal 
tor wt*rM mi*au*na nf the Metnoiy 
ckurrhea and Car peace a a a 

• • • NANAIMO Empire Day 

NANAIMO llarald Mine c«i*kratlona •'ommlfiee will bit 
wig handle aeaaerwtlona In the aiAad h> Nanaimo Parent 
spring • aaalrea at Nanaimo Teacher ('ounrti i# include aa 
which open Feb 1 Me wilt be inter arhnola B|*nri* day In Ha 
aaalsied by Donald Cunlifle. , weekend program this year. 


Speculation la growing lhai 
tatend -Tug and Barge Ltd. 
plana fo give an Inierhaimnal 
background to its far flung 
opcrationa by basing an ecaan 
going lug In the Far East 

A apoke*man for Ihe mm' 
pony yeaterdav refused la 
comment an a report that 
another large ocean going lug, 
at fhe type of Sudbury II. has 
been puirhmaed and I* now 
heing refitted In Japaneae 
water* 

The new tug It one of als 
buih during the war In Call 
fomla and waa put In service 
witk tbo VR. Navy. It la aau 


mated that it will h# several, capable nf going anywhere bi 
months before the third Sud the Pacific returning wKh her 
bury begin* operation lew on her original bunkering 

With Ita addllion the local «*! Rm*! 
company wiM have satvage and Sudbury II was built In 
towing facUlliea that compare Napa. Ck|H.. for tbe BrtHah 
favorably with those of prl- govemmeilpin 1943. waa opar- 
vale tniemta anywhere in the ated hy fhe Royal Auwlrailan 
world Navy and later by the Ana- 

Rudbury II wa* purrhaaed »T»Ra« department of frana- 
taal yeai from Australian In P***-' 

leiests and la rum undergoing She la J17 feel long, dleael. 
complete overhaul and refli In powered with tour erqflna* da> 
port hare veloping .‘l.aho horsepower. 

Island Tug and Batge nffi After eompletlnf aalvago 
rials polnl wtiti prkW to .-.ne lows whieb ~-ade keadlinea 
of the Mg aaaeia of Sudbury around ihe wn.t v Sudbury I 
n. her ifemandoutly long empbyeH on towing worli 
ranga. 8ba u aald to be around the B.C aaaat 


Both elected to pleod gulltv 
to all charge* In the Calgary 
ceurla 

The dawnlown Vklorla 
pharmacy waa heM up at 7 10 
pm. Jan. 1 by a man who 
walked In a*ked lor rigareta 
and when the iletk turned 
away, stuck aomathing In hi* 
hsik and aald. **Thla la a 
alirkup ‘ 

Tbe man look 1105 from tba 
Mil ordered the clerk to the 
mar ol Iha atom, and aaeaped. 


Police Chief JohnBlackalorV 
yesterday announced the ar 
rwai In Calgary of two men 
who haw admitted gulM in Ihe 
New Year'a Day hotdup af 
Darling a l»harma. v d24 Fort 
Tbe two wete arrested in 
connection with caeea of rob- 
bery and cor theft in the Al 
herta fll). and hav* also 
admitted mmmHttng clmUar 
crimes In Vancouver and Ihe 
Fraacr Valley. 




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(Ttilmt{i< VktMk. I.C, Sat. Jm. 17, tHf 


I onicai= 'lay 


In Art World 
For Dot adr 

By KIDSE^' TAVLOK 
LONDON kR*ut«r«» Th» 
wofkl of art haa (umcfl luU 
rirrW (or Sir Jacob CpoiHn. 
tha artifptor. who waa 71 Ui 
N'ovombar. 

In hla yooncor <iaya, ovary 
ahuatvo opilhol waa appllad lo 
hta work: httfooua. (raakloh. 
monatroua. rovoluilonary. 41a- 


Chilled Water 
Replacing Ice 


By kDMABD T. 

RIO DK JANEIRO IAP)~ 
A Imnrat namod Klamengo la 
fambimg all hla ninr |lvra that 
Praxll will aurcoBHfully oitlor 
Iho apaco ago In January. 

On a ooiKly brach army 

hi*alo (o roplaco iro aiMago io Meet and’lha ahitmutMora. On# lochnlclana writ pla«o KlamoM- 
gaming wtdor uao on iho Pa- of Ihe voaaoUi had douMa- parts rocket 


Felta I Braall’a flraf ab 
lempt at getting Into the apaeo 
norkl waa put together from 
materlaUi airttng In army wara^ 
Inmaea •inre the war. Studenta 
at Ihe terhnlral m*Hoo1 worked 
on H, bulNUng the engtnea aa 
well aa the rorket hoitaing 
The rocket coat only SIJMM, 


KATMANDU. Nepal (Reu 
lera* — Tho noe- homed rhino- 
rerna. royal beaat o| Nepal, la 
faring oxiincilon. 

poachers have keen hilling 
tho rh I 


a powder and ’whWIy uaod aa 
an aphrodisiac and anttdute to 
poison by the Chinese. Bur- 
mese and Siamese. 

In addition, rhlnucetna Mood 


him up 72 miles Tl)e\6are 
(onhdent Plmnengo wlU re- ^71" 

Animal lovers aren'l ao ante, near the 
The Brazilian Animal Sbetety •Maina | 
•****• Ihe now 

la halfway tnsano and It hi rh 
now he wenia to make anl- parachul 
mala that way.** In hi 

Thoiuanrta of letters of pro- chamher 
teat have poured into govern- will fall 
men! olficep from cal lovers, says ree 
but the army Ignores all thia. ' easy. 


throughout Ihe East (or lu 
properties aa a lovs potion. 

The horn hringg between 
ft.tmo and 13.000 rupee# ill.aoo 
and $2.1001. It la ground Into 


vessels for HIrtdu worship. 

(»ame eaperta believe that 
there now are (ewer than inn 
rhinoceros left in the forests 
of Nepal's Teral region, on the 


all over southeast Asia. Today, 
II ts found only in Nepal and 
In northeastern India If It die 
appear# thera. N will become 
axilnct. 


a leport submitted ta tha fish- couM operate as seiner, packer, 
sties reseairh hoard. crab boat, trawler or long Una 

The technique |e drarrihed. halibut veatwl 
as cheaper in Ihe long nut than A aO. aalmnn cannery sea 
he alltinugh the intlial equip- «i(aier unit had befn aucoem- 
mem oMf la higher. fu| in chilling large quantlliea 

The report, heard by the of salmon for short ^pgrtods 
board nl Ms three-day smiual and handling whale meat by 
meeting, said vesaela om tha the same method waa being 
west coast have demonsiraied investigaied. 
that refrlgeiated seawater can They Mid Canada and the 
be lined with little hlndranre United States aie the only 
to nmmal niching operations, countitea whara the aeawsler 
Two steel yeaoels weie refrigeration byelem la being 
built' In Rrlliah Columbia in used. 


E ostein Left Behind 


Ths Royal Commluioa ti Edsutiaa 
Netica of Public Haariagt 

Betadents of VMorta mad adtaceni arena are naked la 
Ink* nole id henrings to he held an Thwrsdny, Jannnry tt, 
heftanlng nl tJt wm. and nt S p-m. 


NA.wiCM F:peiein la a targe man with of public men in (.onden and woman, pondering her condl- 

‘•Kor.ihe last 10 years, art w,- N**w York ara “fenrfully had" itaa It pcovfiked orw of Ihe 

has been turning In msd -U-, , sculptor Job to ph» Nggea* art storms of Ihe ren- 

ctrelea. Monstrosities are being powerful hands. He baa a house ,r,y , , character.- he lury and waa called coarse, re- 

pMiduc^now in all (or^ of narrow street near *•« ‘"ntat ta Just what many peUani disioried. uncouth and 

oecmativa art. Some of the ^ of these statues do not do ouitageous. 

p 2 in 7 « ^IVrxmy^ Kpsiein waa blUerl) hurt, hut 

" * ‘^*'***/- PBfNtKBA MABr.ABPT pair of trousers and that la all.” now he can feel a little c«n 

I asked P*®*" Kpstein s latest aub|ect la The storms around Epstein soled DtspUylng one of hia 

^ you study He b' Princess Margaret. "She has began here SO years ago with mnai controversial alaluea at a 

me in amaaemeni. Ha had hla nudes on a hulMmg in the cheap exhibllloq brings hla 

”■ * as ha wtahra.* Lady Eoatein **** “Rlma ' in Hyde work before hundreds nt thou 

r , ^ Park. aanda of people who othetwtsc 

tkPlllflrPPC 1 . -Genesis’* ahnwwd what might never aaa anything ha 

•wwV'lUwVV'i? ripatein thinks aoma alaluea waa apparantly a prahiatorie has done. 


Wnuure F.arlh*M Heat 


UTTAWA tCPi- Abarulaned meres ae of E2300d to a total 

Western Canadian oil Wells ara $75 000 but. it was learned 

b«n.u-.lby-w^« -rtu™ 

' hy tho government, which ap- 

r»eya*' to ^Ip lell how much proved m, extra $10000 a yaar 

heat flows from the earth's In- agu 

lertor and whet bar the ‘ ApplM-aiiia for grwnta hi 
quantity varies between plains 1P5K doubled . . . and appllcw- 

and mouniaina. Ilona for grsnta for projects 

This heat fbtw “remains one aheady being supported skme 

of the moat uMiv-tiem. vet im lotalb^ more then Ihe $50,000 

poriant. Rsmta ef baair geo- available.- sold the committee 

phyatral data." aays the eighth report 

annual report af the naiumal The committee Itself aombin- 
advtaory eomnuttee ea geo- ing leading government, uni- 
in Britain aourcea and Industrial potential Imml$ratton Minister Fair- Ingicai seteneew rew-arek. veraity end industrial gening 

rhe newspaper aaya ta an ta abaorb all immigrants ^i ciough aava Itahans ara Ihe The tcporl given earlier to Mis. It deeigned to coordinate, 

Ibey have eaube in be diaap- largest ethnic group among Mir«ea Minialer Comioia and enroitraga and help direct re- 

Tor the (irat time since the pointed that the Bniish Imnu Csnada'a 124 000 immigrants in then made public, tells how search. Grants have been made 

r Britain w dtaptaced from grama are miinumbered IKkl. About 27.500 Italians $.50000 in re a e a rch grants la by the Geological Survey of 

' lop Uat of cAunirieo send- *‘For Britain can offer ties moved to Canada touring the being distributed to 1$ uni* Canada since IRAi to Canadian 

~ year compared with JdflUO Blit- vrrailiea. universiUes an committee 

^moomrv PreBistent ^ peisons. The commillae put in for a recommendation. 


i\k. Emi$ruiiaa Fails BehinH 


TTie Public la Inviied lo attend and lake part In the hear 
Inga Topics to he dlscuwed will include the beatc alms 
of Ihe B.C. edurailnnal system, the curriculum and 
courses of study, lesihnnks. repnria to parents, standards 
of mjpll achievement and discipline utilisation of actmol 
facilities etc. in all achouU under the Jurtadlciion of JocBl 
and previnttal authoniiea. 


M'hlla briefs will ba accepted at any tlma. they abouM 
If at all pnmlhle he In the hands of the undersi g ned at 
least (wo weeks In advance ef the hearing at whl^ (hey 
are to be ennsidercd Five copies are required. Fuller 
Inatructiona may be had by applying to 

S N. F. l*hant. Chalrmatv 
CnlversMy of Brlllaii Columbia, 
Vancouver f. B.C. 


Riders Choose Walker 


Traffic Fines 


Condemned Man 
Tiill .Appeal 


Sell Them 
Through 
Classified ! 


for a confident father 


Hie yniinfiit«r with the liroom ■ makfaif a dean pBth for the cwlinf $tone. Mayhe be 
doeRit mlize it yet, but hin father k RuidkiK him throufth life on a path aa direct and aa 

iroooth. Life inmiranoe k a way to meet the future and a way to mva.By insuring hk aon nom^ 
thk father k encouraging thrift, building an attitude of mind. 

Many peopk who plan their life inauranca programme through The Mutual Life of Canada, 

take out policiea at low coat on the Uvea of their children: poUdea the children taka 
over when they ataK earning. It*s a good idea. An idea worth diacuaaing with your 
Mutual Life of Canada repreaentative eoon. 


fWI your old appHaiicea (|iHrkly and get more for them hy 
placing a CUaaified Ad. It coata ao Uttle, BIT THE RE- 
SULTS ARE TERRinCt A quirk call on tha phone will get 
you In touch with aa experienced ad writer who will word 
your ad for quickeet and moat aatUfactory reaolta. 


ninety yeart of leadenJtip in mutmal Hfc mmrance 


CALL THE CLASSIFIED DEPAKTMENT 
WITHOUT OELAYl 


Phone EV 3-4111 

The Daily Colonist 


Braarli Office: 1205 IkoaO Mreel 
P.O. Hox 1204. Victoria. R.C. 

■oWrt M. Miwfe, C.Ll'., Brmarii Maaager 










Country 


maiitMl «n<l hai four cMI* 
4i»n. li • iiaHuaia of rha 
Untvaraify of Waatarn Onurio 
and of Um Univaralty of Tiw 
ronlo 

Ha iMchaa morat and poflH> 


Ifndar hia thaoix all da 
rtaioiia unuM hava In Ka 
fw il>a battarmani of iha 
world aa a wfwda ainra iha 
nation would not ha aaparaiad 
by faograpftical ot polihcal 


lampoialiam may m«a day 
*ihrow avan Iha Unliad Stataa 
oui Iha window.” 

‘‘I hava raaifnad from my 
pnai a( Iha univaratty. affac 
ttvo Iha and of Ihia yaar. I 


pnnding In lhair month of 
hirlh. Ihara would ha no twr- 
riara of cdUh. rallflon, pollilaa 
and Unguaga 

'*Wa naad aomaihtng Uka Ihia 
aa a rouniar to Marxiam " ha 


"and I hnpa lo gaibar around 
nv a faw oihar fonia ” 

Ma raUa hu ihaory tarn* 
poialiam. 

Ha aald lhaia wrnuld ha ona 
nation for aach fnonlh of th# 


«H(anuai|nna In whu-h ihaia 
would ha 12 naiinniond paopla 
would halonf to ona arrording 
to tha month In which iha> 

warn ho» 7 » 

"I'm a fool ■ aaid Pmfawanr 


nmONTO UT* A I'ni. 
xatain of Toronto philo«ofMu 
profaaonr iiartlad a Homa and 
Achonl panol diaruaaton Thura 
4a> Might whan ha annmincad 


phltoaophy at ii> Co laga. 


world 


foreca$C cloudy^ 
light rain 

tilaialla mm gaga tl 


T^phomr — tT 3-4 III 

11.30 pm. to • turn. 

f:dllona) KV \4SOt or r\ .TSVNI 
Otrulotlon • • • • RV' Mi'JS 
Spona C\' 3-7nnu 


I riftrourrr t^^0iiing i\>trd|Mper .Siiird 18^8 


RRI'I^H COLtMBI.V SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1959 


Diefenbaker Heeds Critics 


Fleming 
Was Right 


Civil Service 
Streamlining 
Shakeup Urged 


OTTAWA (CP) — The ^vemmenl was con- 
fidentially advised last April that the 1958 re- 
cession might persist **for months to come" 
and could probably spill over into 1959. 

Itnwpvrr. Iha adMc* h> 

Irada dapantnanl amnomuia from $31 dtto 000 flUO In 19S7. 
appawrad to ba haaad on aatl Tha burrau af atoliattra now 
nrraiaa moia paoaimuitc in ronhrmad thoi aaiimata. 
■oma thing* than boma out Mr Flaming in making hta 

by autMiaqwam avanu. budgai aotimoiaa iskaa into 

Moda pubiir in iha (.'ommona ronaidrratlon not only Iha od- 
Friday ot tha oppoamon'a ra- viea of iha tmda da^rtmani 
^uoBi. Iha 42 poga annual fora but alwi that of hia own da- 
raai at nna itma a rvnfMan- partmani and of tha Hank ot 
IMI dorumant for tha aya ot C'anada Thaw loMar pradir- 
govarnmant only pra«Urtad tlona hava ramalnad ao«- 
1PM national — wowM Odontiol 

drchna ^ voluma aoT FOLmTAL MiM'4 


OTTAWA U’Pl— A mijor ovcthdu) pnd straom- 
lining of fodi*nl civil aarvkv odminUtration — Inchidlnf 
• fonn of collectha bsrgalning — wii racommendad 
KrkUy by tha OvU Sarvira i:ommifuion. 

A rapnrl boaad on an IS 

..ud, .V .n. 

mambar rommtaamn. axpactad oirrant aawikm of Parlla 
lo laod lo Iha llr*t btg ravlaiun mani. But It woa quaatlonabla 
In Iha Civil Sarvica Aci tinea whatbar II could gat through at 

tta I r hi im. woa lohlad h» vlaw of • hoovy 

mtnaC'ommonahy Prima Min 

laiar Diafanhokar. ^ 

naadad to atudy II. 

Rarommandationa Inriudad; 
UGrooiar fraadoro for top 
gtivarnmani offkioU In han^ 
ting lhair own itaff. ihua allm- 
Inatlng rad lapa In iranafars 
and pmmoikMU 


Energy ('nminlanioo. At leff It 
aimilor unit without cover. Eounlnin 
pan give< idea of ftiw. ~ (AP. 
Photofix.) 


$ 2 .WH 4 HH) Fmmd 


Vawt pocket atomic powder plant, at 
rtfhl. turn* Uny propallor and llghia 
miniature bulb on atand al centre 
during demonatratloo by U.S. Atomic 


BIBB PBBDKTBO 

Tha production darhna. foro- 
cwai by iha trada dapartmani. 
dtffarad wtUi tha aatimata 
gtvan by Finanra Mlntatar 
Flaming In hia Juna 17 bud 
fat apaarh Mr Flaming pra- 
dirtad a rtar ht iha Gnwa Na 
tional Product volua at all 
gnoda and aa nr teat produced 
to $32 000 non (mo tor IPH 


2 Giving I h a rommiaaioA 
auihofliy ever tha amployroani 
o( workai* in •••mm Crown 
agamta* which now hava vary* 
Ing dagraaa of Indapandanra. 


Five-Pound A-Generator 
Works on Nuclear Waste 


Crash 
Takes 
52 Lives 


WA5UIINGTON 'UPI' Tha 
govarnmant announrad yaaiat 
day that Amaricon aciantUia 
hava built an inaxpanaiva. nva 
pound atocnir ganaralor ibai 
will maka akcinrtly tiom 
nurkar 


Inside 

Today 

'Alrnhni in Wood 
Sor^d Him in Coid 
(Nimm bi Newa. Psge 11) 


more bara. ha aald. artd ha hot- govammont 

rowad a truck to haul it away. „i,rtaa ahouM ba romparabla 

Ha rafuaad to toy whara ha ,„ooa paid by good prtvaia 

ainrad H. b»«i ha aald ha triad firma for almilar riaaaea of 

to kaap tha nawa mrat a yaar work. 

barauaa ha hallavad aftar that a a a 

itrr>a nnna could qitaatlon hU 

right lo |i * Thara ahnuM ha mora 

Stegar. having brwfad him he*»bmiy In tianafarting am* 
aaif an iha gold taw a aaid an P*®y««a between dcpaiimania. 
ordinary citlaen catmat legallv f®r W»a4r awn hanaflt and 

ptwaea* nvue than la in '* Hrengthan waak apMa In 
hi. larih CM lain nuna and Iba civil aarvtca 


aata produrta and 
fnay halp aolva apara communi 
catinnN prnhtam* 

Tha> i*an ba pioducad •» a 
ro«i of SJno aoch 

Tha naw powai plant, which 
arperta rallad • ‘ tignlflcanl 
iMcok through' In producing 
tiartriciiy fiom heat, waa un- 
vailad al Iha Whita lltHiaa 
John A Mc<*«ma. ctHUtman 
«f ih»* Aimnn j-*»aig> t’umifii* 
•iiHi damoniiraiad It fni Prc«i 
daiii Kiaaiihcmai 
SPA( P. BKOAIM A.WT»JI 
Dubhad SNAP III. Iha naw 
ganarator'a firai u*a wo* ax- 
partad lo be a* a pmaer onurra 
(oi hroadmiiling from «para 
Tha AFC axparf* aald that dui 
Ing a jW>4ay parmd, iha davira 
ran prodwea powar aqiial to 
39(1 lima* lit walght In ronvrn«- 
llonal hottaria* 

Had II haan aboard tha Ailax 
"lolklng •atalllla Uunchad by 
Iha Unilad Stoiao laoi month, 
itha mrkat'a radio could hava 
baan powerad for nearly a yaor 
ln«ia^ of li day*. Iha 
u'tmiiat* *01(1 

I lievoiopment of SNAP 111 
*la taganlad ■* * highly -aignifl- 
rani arhiavamani '* Iha Whila 
Moyaa atatan>anl aald **tn ad 
dldon In hfl light walght and II* , 
relailvaly long nparallng capo ' 
Mlfty which partlcwlaeiy null ' 
b Ic apaca applkatlana. M ha* 
poaaibla paocaful application* 
uhatavar *rTMil amiraa* of alar 
triclty are Beaded ' 

TOAmtKB M’KIUNT 
The generator, hulll by tha 
Martin Oa af Baltimore and 
Minneooia Mining A Maniifar 
! luring Co. of MlnneopoUa. 

I welglM about aa much aa an 
iblartrlu loaoter The model 
dlaplayed bi the White Houm 
waa about 4t, Inchea acrow 
> and $1^ Inchea hIgK wHh a 
dome*haned metal houatng. 

II ban no moving part* artd 
theoretically will keep going 
Indeflnitaiy. hut loaea abmil 
half of ita power avory 140 
i daya. 


B« KhOU AIBIbx (API — 
A twin enthued airliner 
plunged iMo the aeo Friday 
ntgbl whNa rvuwlng In for a 
londint at the Athaeilr re* 
■wrt of Mar IM Hat*. Al 
U perwMM aboard wero 
kMod. 

Tha AuMrmi AlrSnea plaoe 
•mocked Into the rough 
wotem ohout IM yard* ■hart 
o# the kporh In the Camat 
Park area. Bewua worker* 


They #*«f l-emret 
To Lme A$lhma 
(Cliettmit. Pige 25 1 


Army of Smugglerp 
Inrode t^em Ijtnd 
iPbRe 


IhamioMl of l.» ^'mdt. Paul 
V WIkmn fioni frigaia 
HM4‘S Bearofi Hill haa been 
. •tmmuied In a aenience n| 
Mi%#ta leprlmand' In eon 
nectwn with the frlgat# a 
grotinding In Vancouvur bar 
hnr Mat Auguat. 


Maiden Speech 
Stirs Commons 


The Haaw aank gutrkly 
and only parlo of the wreck- 
age rerwalwed hobhlng on tha 


• Hour* of wotfc ehnuM ho 
baaed on the general practicu 
In buolneoa and taduatry fnr 
comparabla work. Moat gov* 
emment workerx' new have a 
TTS-hour week 


U.S. Contracts 
Let in Canada 


• Change* in language 

quallficatlona for govommeni 
employee* are augge«ted 
In (Mahng with the que*ll(yn 
of (Elective hargalnlnf • an 
iMue nilaed (nr year* by Hvll 
•ervice ataff t**oclatkin* 
the rommlaaton lemmmended 
■omething between normal 


CyiTAWA M*Pi Flr«t r«n- Offirtah hei 
tracta have been aweided. to b»me* about ih 
ranadlan llima by ib# I'nlUd dlfftruIHra reo 

nT.h.T.'- 

t.,c »r«htrtlo..h..lnf .. 
rangementa. *»med force* 

Authorlltea aald Fiidav Ih# from Indualiy 
fliat ennimeia are amall be* lend lo favor > 
rauae the arrangement* itu try The UJ$. 
fuel beginning to take effoct tral buybic a 
It would taka time before a bmre equipmet 
large prograin eouM be work ada a defence 
ad oul. partment 

Canada I* unlikely *v«r Fpf onoiher. 
again to try m bUiM a ata)<ir freaamen may 
weapon ayatem *uch a* a |ertkMii to t’.T. 
cmintermlaalle on It* own. H feiiee order* go 
•Hll mnfine llaelf, nfflcMla imlutlry. e«pec 
•aid. lo making romponent* when *ome If.S 
fnr G'B. weapon#. I ing aoleo difllct 


T h • long demartded and Aaeuremu at aome concrete 
much needed . uptverMly. **td action toward a Greater Vie- 
•itdlioHum for GrMter Vic* lorta audlioriiim wa* given 
lorla both appeared to come by Eaquhnalt'a Coun. G. K. 
■ lot cloaor al the wind* .Sammon, vkwchairman of Ihe 
up dirmer laat night of tha rentennlal committee. 

Greater Victoria CentennUl ‘Th* renlenidal minmillo* 
Committee ha* aoenr money Mft over.” 

^VtatoTM Will h*v* • unk he *aM. "and thw money «m 
vereUy.* Premter W A t'. be weed lo *et up a Greater 
Bennett told Ihe clear le 300 Vlrtorla audllorlum fund 
•partal gueat* at Ihe award **Allhough . M !• • amal 
giving qd#amony In tha! amount compared lo what Iha 
F.mpreM Hotel'* Ciy«(al Balkltotal coat will ha, H will ba 
room. Ho did net tteborate. |a aurV* he *ald.